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American Balloon Entrants and Featured Acrobatic Aces

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LIEUT. COMDR. T.G.W. SETTLE, U.S.N. 1932 Gordon Bennett winner, who will represent the Nacy in the 1933 competition. 

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LIEUT. (J. G.) CHAS. A. KENDALL, U.S.N. who will serve as aid to Lieut. Comdr. T.G.W. Settle in the Navy balloon entry. 

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WARD T. VAN ORMAN, a three-time winner of Gordon Bennett races, will pilot the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., civilian entry. 

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FRANK A. TROTTER as aide to Ward T. Van Orman, will fly "Goodyear XI," the civilian balloon entry. 

LIEUT. TITO FALCONI, selected as the greatest acrobatic pilot in the Royal Italian Air Force, will perform daily. [[photograph]]


[[photograph]] MAJOR ERNST UDET. famous German pilot and greatest living World War Ace, will thrill with his daring maneuvers. 

[[photograph]] H.E. "SPUD" MANNING, who does the defying parachute drop, holds the world's record for delayed parachute jump. He bailed out at a height of 16,665 feet, dropped 15,265 feet and opened his chute when only 1,400 feet from the ground. 

JOHNNY MILLER, veteran pilot and the first to "loop" an autogrio, will perform this daring feat each day at the International Air Races. [[photograph]]

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PAUL MANTZ, member of the Phillips 66 Hollywood Trio.

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FRANK CLARKE, veteran movie stunt pilot and leader of the Phillips 66 Hollywood Trio, which will perform daily with acrobatic sky writing and smoke screen laying. 

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HOWARD BATT, member of the Phillips 66 Hollywood Trio. 

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