Coshocton Tribune/1930/Champion Boy Flyer Stops at Columbus On Way to New York

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Champion Boy Flyer Stops at Columbus On Way to New York. Columbus, Ohio; August 23, 1930 Eddie Schneider 18-year-old New Jersey youth, attempting to set a new west-to-east junior transcontinental flight record, plans to take shortly after daybreak tomorrow for New York on the fourth leg of his coast-to-coast journey. Schneider landed at the Curtis-Wright field this afternoon at 3:15, making record time from Wichita, Kansas, his second stopping point. When he hopped from Wichita, Schneider said he hoped to make New York without stopping. His reason for landing here could not be learned. He could not be reached for a statement.

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