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AVIATPFS AEROPLANE TURNS CARTWHEELS
Correspondent. Shepherd's Heart Does Just the Same!.
By Wm. C.-Shepherd.
London, May" 81 have
watched Chevillard, turn a. cartwheel .
in an aeroplane! ,
He is the first, man in the .-world
My heart turneda somersault as
I watched him. . ".-,-., i1
He says that .he thinksJt -possible'
to "looprtheilaop" in the ,Breguet
machine, btffc I'm sure no one ""will,
want to tjee 'him try it, after seeing
Chevillard is a' daredevil French
man who is'flying at Hendon field;-
A snapshot of Chevillard turning a
crtvvheel in his aeroplane.
near London. He does his cartwheel
in the air like thist 'l
First he gains a height of 500 feet ', '
He begins to fly in .a circle. The,
circle grows narrower and, narrower.;:
the tilt of the machine grows steeper
and steeper. - '. -
Suddenly, you see the machine '
take a strange flop. It drops about, ""
300 feet, apparently. In dropping, it"
turn end for end!
Your heart does ttie same!
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