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Aeronautics: CO

At the beginning of the 17th lap of the Thompson Trophy Race at Chicago last year Capt. Arthur H. Page, U. S. M.C., led the field by nearly a full lap in his...

National Affairs: Ingallsquall

Dust storm: a violent, dust-laden whirlwind moving across an arid region. The air is very hot, excessively dry, and attended by high electrical...

National Affairs: To Compromise, Or Not?

With the angry cries of feuding Republicans still echoing from Texas, Bob Taft last week talked of compromise. To avoid a floor fight at the national convention,...

Eero Dynamic.

In the decades after World War II, when America was assuming its new role as the center of the known universe, Eero Saarinen was the man who supplied it with an...

The Press: Death of the Times-Star

The brutal news came in telegrams delivered to the homes of the 649 employees of the Cincinnati Times-Star on Sunday afternoon: "THE NEWSPAPER ASSETS OF THE...

AERONAUTICS: Flying Clubs

After a year's study (financed by $12,000 from the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics) the National Aeronautic Association last week was...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Methodists & Businessmen

Ohio's honest, able Representative John Martin Vorys took to the radio last week in Columbus to tell his constituents: "Secret discussions are now going on as...

AERONAUTICS: Curtiss-Wright Roc

Once there were 88 U. S. motor car manufacturers. Now there are 47. Mishaps and mergers reduced the number. Analogous has been the career of the aviation...

CAMPAIGN: The Sun Also Rises

Black rainy clouds hung low over Philadelphia; Sunday afternoon was one long twilight that deepened steadily into gloomy night. In the gathering dusk, over...

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