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3 Alternatively, the breach might have dated from the moment Anderson realized Faulkner had been putting him on when he had gravely assured him that the offspring of a white man and a black woman were invariably sterile, like mules. 4 There is some question as to the authorship of this book, which was published anonymously with the subtitle, Diary of an Unknown Aviator. The unknown aviator was later identified as John McGavock Grider, a member of Springs' squadron who was killed in combat. In all probability, the book was based on a diary by Grider which Springs inherited, reworked extensively, and saw into print.

This is how he explained what happened next: After I was on the ground and had slowed to where I no longer had rudder and elevator control, I saw that I would not be able to stop before reaching an unmowed part of the field where the hay stood waist high. The airplane entered this grass traveling about 15 miles an hour, when I saw a soft spot of earth ahead. I decided not to try to put on the brakes because of the high grass, so I cut the switches. It struck the soft spot and nosed over on its back.

The display aircraft they examined in rigging class often had no engines, and when they went out to the Leaside airfield north of the city to study 25 motors, they found there motors without aeroplanes, set up in sheds on test stands where they could be started and run up by the students without danger. There was always a chance, of course, that a cadet might be able to wheedle a ride on an aeroplane at Leaside on weekends, though in no official capacity, and certainly not for the purpose of logging instructional time.

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