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From The Model Engineer and Practical Electrician 1933
4th Wing T.M.A.C., Hackney Marsh.
The meeting on January 22nd 1933 was terminated somewhat early by the intense cold, but the wind was steady enough to permit some exceptionally spectacular flights. The two oldest models at Hackney Marsh were much in evidence; Mr. Wood's low-wing "Whoopee II," first flown in September, 1931, made many flights, while Mr. Collings' large Puss-Moth, a 1930 production, most certainly showed no signs of senility. Mr. Granick's Widgeon maintained its reputation for high steady flights and flat glides. Mr. Vaus' high-wing "Wagtail" and the twin ruddered Kinglet "L'Arlésienne;" flown by Mr. Knight, were seen continually at a high
4th Wing T.M.A.C. Hackney Marsh. (Feb.1933)
Only the exceptionally airworthy (and fortunate !) model could hope to survive the high and gusty wind on February 5th. Great credit must, therefore, be given to Mr. W. Keens, of No. 10 Squadron, for the performance of his "Kestrel." Turned over in the air on several flights, the model righted itself in a very short distance, and eventually retired still intact. The machine has a double-surfaced wing of about 36 in. in the high position, driven by a 12 in. propeller of fine pitch, and a single skein of 1/4 in. rubber.
T.M.A.C., 4th Wing, April 30th 1933
The weather on Sunday, April 30th, was
perfect, and although members were visiting Stag Lane Aerodrome, those at the Marshes had a very interesting morning. Mr. Batchelor flying his low wing "Silver Cloud," was obtaining very high and perfect flights, and members of No.10 Squadron, Messrs. Keen, Carson and Jope, with "Geekay," "Comet" and "Jaguar" respectively were giving spectacular mass launches.
T.M.A.C. Fixtures for May.
Members are reminded of the following
Saturday, May 21st, 3 p.rn., Hackney
Marsh: Inter- Wing Contest, open to teams of three.
Also at Hackney Marsh, on same date-
This is a straightforward race, open to all types, to fly over a marked course. As distinct from Aerial Golf, the winner is the one whose model crosses the finishing line first. Full details will be announced on the ground.
Judge, Mr. C. E. Buckland, to whom competitors must report by 3.30 to avoid disqualification.
To reach Hackney Marsh, 35, 38, or 138 bus, ask for nearest point to Millfields Road, off Lower Clapton Road, and walk down Millfields Road.
Saturday, May 27th,at 3 p.m., Sudbury.
GLIDING CONTEST. Members thus have the opportunity of entering for S.M.A.E. or T.M.A.C. gliding events on the same occasion. T.M.A.C. contest, any method of launching allowed.
Judge, Mr. M. R. Knight.