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Participants in the INTERNATIONAL AIR RACES JAMES R. WEDELL, pilot and builder of Wedell-Williams racing planes which have consistently won high sped classics the past two years [[IMAGE]] [[IMAGE]] COL. ROSCOE TURNER, established a new East-West transcontinental speed record of 11 hours, 30 minutes in his flight from New York to Los Angeles winning the 1933 Bendix Trophy Race. [[IMAGE]] GORDON ISRAEL and his own creation, the gull-winged "Israel Racer" powered wiht Menasco motor, in which he made his debut this year in national air racing. [[IMAGE]] LEE MILES, a newcomer in speed competition seen in the cockpit of his Miles and Atwood Menasco Racer, will give the old-timers plenty to worry about. [[IMAGE]] GEORGE HAGUE, a colorful air race pilot revs up the Menasco powered "Bumble Bee" while owner Charles McGrew watches from a tugging wing tip, [[IMAGE]] S.J. WITTMAN, veteran race pilot along side his own creation "Chief Oshkosh" with Cirus motor, in which he will vie for honors in the various speed events. GORDON BENNETT BALLOON RACE | PAGE 21
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