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that water landings mlay be made if lish students, who have shown them-
necessary. selves capable of taking advantage ot
---- the opportunity, a knowledge of Am-
erican life in that part of the country
aanropnii.where the donor considers it most
________flIVLIIIHIIcharacteristic.
BRITISH iniiin Terencio # Peralta, of tha~ Romance
languages department, will deliver the
- I --second Spanish lecture of the year at
Mtl. Clarence Craf, an American! 7 o'clock tonight in room 203 of Tap-
resident in London., has established a! pan hall. His subject will be "Modern
fellowship by means of wvhich B~ritish
4 ~jstudents will be er abled to study in -
. AlnouGnce universities, it was an- t E
Mr. Graff siuae that the recip- REVUE"
enofthle' 2'3(}pounds annually mlustT R SIA"
sbagraduate of either Oxford or 4 and 8S mm. Nv 9
Cambridge universities and mus se- ul
r ' ~lect an American university in thek;
Middle West for his studies. The pur- Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
y , pose of the fellowship is to give Eng-

1 Costa Ricai."' Thie lecture Awill be iMlus-
Daily ci,..>sW Al ror realt results.

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WILL BE FIRST VOYAGE OF ITS
KIND TO IWlPLICATE DRAKE'S r
T1iR0L4IUll THlE All?
START TO BE MADE FROM
WASHINGTON1IN SPRING);:' ::
Planes Now Being Completed Will Be
Equipped w"ith Liberty 12 :"
Cylinder Engines
Washington, Nov. 26.-Only the for-............
mal naming by the Air Service of the!
men who will man the 'platres-and 3t.' '.~°
there is no scarcity of volunteers anrd)..' .. :
talent-remains to be done to com-
plete, the details of the most ambitious_
adventure ever undlertaken by a de- O t fthe five planes .of simiar
partment of the United States govern-; design chosen fat the rmarndl-the- o
ment, the 'round-theworld airpla~ne igtt eunetknb
f #ght.e Armiy Air Ser~vicenet
flight. M0'ch rhe smap shows the at3@
Planes Almost Ready beta) route chosen. P
Planes with 50 foot wing spread, O nly -the formal npproval of 0
equipped with Liberty 12-cylinder en- .Ie of the foreign governm~ents-
gines of 400 horsepower will be used. .whose territory vwill be traversed
remais to be gained to com; lete t
These planes are ohlcally known asi the details of .the round-the-world
Douglas World Cruisers. They are flight which will be begun by the Q
now being given the finishing touches U. S. Army Air Service next+(
in the plant of the Douglas Aircraft ; bplMarcohvitull
Company at Santa Monica, Cal. IoFiletebiln te s opsirual ofth
The aim of the voyage is to demon- completedAincrteCsopsoathent
strate that airplanes have reached the MIktia. 6alif., will be used. They,.
stage of development where they can .ave 50-foot wing sprad and
operate safely and efficiently far away a 'e powereJ with Liberty 12-cvi-
from' their base. index motors of 400) horsepower.
4The start will be made from -Lang-I
ley field, near here, in late March or)i
April. Three or four months liwob-# next -stop will be Nemuro, 600 miles; ;Asia Minor, 350 rmles; Con stantinople, t
ably will be required to :complete the: Aomori 250 miles; Tshi-No-Maki, 200,200 miles; Adrianople, Bulga ria, 150!
trip around the globe back to Nash- 1miles; Tokyo, 225 miles; Osaka, 250 miles; Bucharest, Roumania, 200
ington. miles; Nagasaki, 350 miles. liles; Belgrade, Serbia, 300 miles;
Starting at Washington, the first Thence into China to Shanghai, 600 Budapest, Hungary, 225 miles; Vienna,
stop wil be McCook fieldl, Dayton, Ohio,,Imiles; to Foclcw, 450 miles; Canton, Austria, 159 miles; Munich, Germany,
400 miles. From Dayton the ships 500 miles, and on into Indo-China,} 250 miles; Strassburg, Germany, 204
will fly' to St. Joseph, Mo., 560 miles stopping at Hanoi, 600 miles. miles; Paris, France, 275 miles.
tl'ence 'to Cheyenne, W1yo., 500 miles F lying over India the route leads Prrom Paris two routes are under
Salt Lake City, Utah, 400 miles Boise, Ito Mandalay, 600 miles; Calcutta, 500,1 consideration. One leads to London,
Idaho, 330 miles; Seattle, Wash., 440 miles; Allahabad, 500 miles; Delhi, 400 225 miles; Aberdeen, Scotland, 400
miles. miles, Karachi,, 700, miles. -!mls au sans40mlsoe
Skirt laskaHere the flyers enter Persia, stop-
Levn h ntdSaethe next t water; Reykjavik, Iceland, 5150 miles
Leavig th Unitd Sttesping at Chonbar, 400 miles, Lar, 500 ovrwt;Agmgairennd
Stopwil beat ancover B.C.,150miles, and Bushire, 250 miles.
miles; Prince Rupert, B. C., 500 miles; ToPrsRue 500 miles over water; Frederikedal,,
thence to Wrangel, Alaska, 100 miles. ~PrsRue Greeland, 500 miles; Hamilton Inlet,
Skirting the southern shores of Alas- Thence to Bagdad, Mesopatamiia, 500; Canada, 700 miles over water; thence
ka, thre next stop will be Yakutat, 350 miles; Damascus, Syria, 500 miles; to New York, 450 miles, and Washing-
mile s; Cordova, 250 miles; Kodiak, 400Alpo Turkey, 200 milez; Angora, ton, 220 miles.
Miles,. --jlpo

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