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Here is • • manned, powered heax/ier-thnn-air flight in that stoiy. Nothing can be more delightful than the having of wings to wear! Introduce then wings in use ters will — believe me, mat- be mended. — From The Birds, a play by Aristophanes, 450 The Dawn Alvin Since man has lating the birds of his dreams were some million dreamed of emuthe air. Most of would give new element. c. was Besnier, France. fi- 22 He a locksmith of Sable, built metal wings for each hand and means which he have glided from tlie low foot by of First, is reputed to French housetops in 1687.
Go into the air show which followed their discovery, the Wright Brothers, along with Glenn Curtiss and others who quickly joined distance instruction, business for themselves, either buying Undismayed by the public apathy the flight swelling the small ranks of early Many of flights. pub- Glenn Curtiss, who by 1909 had become a dominant figure in aviation as a flyer and airplane builder, also set up a similar team. The two exhibition teams toured the country in competitive meets. Would- of scientists the duration, to attract interest in flight.
Today the Caterpillar Club has well over 30,000 members. although soon Pentland, a British pilot officer joined the exclusive group. From 1924 Eric on the Club grew steadily with Then distin- in dirigibles • • • Perhaps the most zealous among the early airshipmen was Walter Well- man who built the America 228 feet long, 52 feet hydrogen gas. It was in —a crude, primitive type of dirigible some diameter with a capacity of 345,000 cubic feet of just ten years after the first rigid airship had flown, Wrights had made their first powered flight at Kitty Hawk.