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By Gertrude M. Price.
Little, sylph-like Gwendolen Pates
knows what it feels like to ride
through the air at a whizzing pace
7,000 feet above the earth's surface!
She likes it. That is "going some"
for a girl still in her 'teens, don't you
Miss Fates and George Seattle, the
air man, made several flights off Long
Island when the Eastern Pathe Freres
company was putting on "The Aero
Remember seeing the picture? ,
The first time I tried to talk to Miss
Pates, over in the Hoboken studio,
she just wouldn't be seen.
"Why. what's the matter?'' I asked
r Publicity Man Hoagland when he
gave me her answer.
"WellrI'll tell you,"" he replied. "She
has an ulcerated tooth and her face ia