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MISS JOSEPHINE ALGER IS YOUNGEST IN U.S. TO FLY; CLUB TO BUY AEROPLANE [[Line]] World's Record Established When 14-Year-Old Girl Ascends with Coffyn at Country Club. [[Line]] FLIGHTS TO GO ON ALL SUMMER. [[Line]] Syndicate In Michigan Aero Organization Probably Will Engage Aviator to Teach Them and Air Trips Will be Regular Thing. [[Line]] A syndicate in the Michigan Aero club will purchase an aeroplane and continue flights here all summer. An aviator will be engaged, but the men themselves will learn to fly. The Grosse Pointe colony is wildly enthusiastic over the new sport and the early salutation is: "Good morning, have you 'planed yet?" Detroit takes the lead in aviation as a purely sporting proposition. Wright biplane in use at the Country club shows the wonderful advancement made in the science of flying within the year. Miss Josephine Alger, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Alger, bears the distinction of being the youngest person to be taken aloft in an aeroplane in this country. Maids and matrons, beaus and husbands, trek through the dewy grass in the early morning to participate in and watch the flights. Harry Evans, enthusiastic golfer, cares not for the 'plane and pounds pills while aviators circle over him. [[Next column, right side cut off]] Those Who Made Flights [[?]] Miss Josephine Alger Mrs. E. B. Barbour L. S. George A. H. MacCauley P. H. McMillan Maurice McMillan L. M. Hamlin C. H. Taylor F. C. Benzer [[Line]] It's "Good morning, have 'planed yet?" out in Grosse Pointe now. On the broad verandas of Country club, in the beautiful, surrounded homes of the Pointe motor cars whirring along the [[?]] roads, there is only one topic of conversation, All the ordinary am ments have been shelved, all the things talked about are forgotten big, Wright bi-plane soaring over green award of the golf links and trees and farms to the north is center of interest Its flights started Monday morning continued Monday evening and resumed on Tuesday morning. W Aviator Coffyn pulled off his g gogglese [[goggles]] and stopped his engine the conclusion of Tuesday morning flights he had taken aloft 21 [[?]] in the three series, five of them en, and had established a number new American records. Here are of them: First purely sporting aviator meet ever held in the world Youngest person to go up in country makes trip. Greatest number of passengers ever taken aloft in the same of time. Greatest number of flights by aeroplane without overhauling without setback Greatest accuracy in land ever attained by an American ator. Eight times in success Mr. Coffyn brought his machine a stop within five feet of a point Syndicate to Be Formed As a result of this great [[exhibit?]] and the enthusiasm that aroused, preliminary steps were Tuesday morning for the [[formally?]] a syndicate within the members the Michigan Aero club for the chase of an aeroplane and the ration of a series of flights to all summer It is probable that the aeroplane use at present will be purchased Frank Coffyn, who is now the Grosse Pointe, engaged to conduct flights. In addition to taking passengers aloft the aviator will act as instructor to those who wish to [[lead?]] fly--and there are many of [[the?]] the Aero club The desire for the 'plane grow of the demand for longer made by those who have already enjoyed a trip in the air at the country club "I want to go across country declared Wm. E. Metzger. w one of the most enthusiastic f ers of aviation in Detroit. "I to enjoy the pleasure of tended trip in the air." And out of that statement grew the plans for the purchase the aeroplane While there is nothing about the plans, yet some men included in the syndicate Russel A. Alger, Fred M. Wn. Metzger, R. D. [[Chap?]] D. Bezner, Howard E. Coffin. Lewis and C. H, Taylor. The meet is only one kind ever held in the world. with passengers has heretofore place, even in France, only aviation scools [[schools]] and strictly monetary proposition. Some have also been taken aloft various professional aviation held in this country and Europe
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