KING'S CUP ENTRIES

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KING’S CUP ENTRIES

THE King’s Cup Race, which will be flown on 8th and 9th of July, has so far attracted a respectable number of entries—amongst them being several new and interesting types of machines. There are three of the latest craft—the ” Fox Moth,” for the Percival ‘• Gull,” an Avro P.H. airexample, Cadet,”

an Avro Mailplane, and two Monospars • it will be interesting to watch the performances of these newcomers. Comper ” Swifts” number no less than six in the list given below, and as we go to press we learn that another has been entered by H.R.H. the Prince. of Wales. Flight-Lieutenant E. H. Fielden will be the pilot, while yet another

” Swift” will compete, entered by 1′. de W. Avery. Additional entries include an Arrow “Active II.” two Spartans. a “Puss Moth” and an unnamed machine entered by J. 0. Onnston, making a total of fifty-one. Prince George has entered a ” Puss Moth,” which will be piloted by Flight Lieutenant J. G. D. Armour.