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Dole Prize Winner Sa\s He
Plans Trip in Plane of
Own Design.
•» the Awociated Pre«*.
NEW YORK, November 3.—While
Mrs. Francis Wilson Grayson's
amphibian monoplane Dawn waited
for a pilot to guide it in its fourth
start for Copenhagen, a new entry
In the transatlantic air adventure ap
peared in the person of Col. Arthur
C. Goebel, winner of the Dole derby
from California to Honolulu.
Col. Goebel, who had been men
tioned as a possible pilot for the
Dawn, told a Bankers' Club luncheon
of his plan to fly to Europe in a
plane to be directed
by radio beacons located along his
route, possibly in Newfoundland and
Ireland. He said the plane would
carry two or three engines and be
built according to his own designs.
Mrs. Grayson held tenaciously to
her determination to cross the At
lantic in the Dawn, despite the three
failures of the plane to function
properly, and the resignation <*f her
pilot, Wilmer Stultz.
Mrs. Grayson denied she had made
efforts to engage Maj. Clarence D.
Chamberlain as pilot, because his
participation in any flight would
make it "an all-Chamberiin under
She insisted the only airman she
was considering for the place was
Bernt Balchen, Fokker test flyer and
co-pilot of Comdr. Byrd's America.
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I Hypnosis Replaces Ether in Operation;
Patient Under Control for Over Hour
By the Associated Preaa.
CHICAGO, November 3.—Hypnotism
has been used in place of an anes
thetic during a uiajor surgical opera
tion at St. Luke’s Hospital here.
The operation, performed on a young
woman, was for the removal of ad
heslons in the abdomen, ffnd was re
ported a success. She was under hyp
notic control more than an hour.
While the case was under the direc
tion of Dr. Alfred P. Solomon of the
neurological service, St. Luke’s, the
surgeon was Dr. Harold O. Jones, also
a member of the hospital staff. Dr.
Solomon hypnotized the woman.
A member of St. Luke’s staff con
firmed the report of the operation, but
declined to give details, asserting its
chief importance was scientific and
that reviews would be prepared for
medical journals and associations.
Medical authorities said reported
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