September 1, 1937

Sept. 3,4,5,6 Cleveland

Aviation's Racing Form

Tex Rankin

Precision Aerobatics

To Sock... Or Not to Sock

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Sept. 3,4,5,6 Cleveland

Aviation's Racing Form

Secret Agent 1313-X has gone snooping again with camera and note book for a line up on this year's race prospects
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Tex Rankin

Precision Aerobatics

1937 St. Louis International Aerobatic Champion tells how he builds up his routine of

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To Sock... Or Not to Sock

A Word of Caution to Would-be Bouncers on the Legal Rights of Drunk and Disorderly Persons at Airports

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Flying Equipment

With Foreign Builders

A review of new flying equipment from overseas
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Aviation People

Who's who and what they are doing
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AIR NAVIGATION

Finding Your Way in the Air

III. DEAD RECKONING

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Flying Equipment

Ryan Re-enters the Cabin Field with Model S-C

An interesting new design combines ruggedness, economy, performance and eye appeal
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News of the Month

Airline Developments

"Not excessive"—The Air Mail Act of 1934 specifies: “If on any route only one bid is received, or if the bids received appear to the Postmaster Genreal to be excessive, he shall either reject them or submit them to the Interstate Commerce Commission.”
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KHAHX = Guba

As we go to press, Guba is off to search for missing Russian flyers. Especially newsworthy, then, this description of her elaborate radio of the latest Bendix design.

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Flashes

From the Skyways of the World
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