SIX THlE MICHIGAN DAILY THUJ
[SDAY, MAY 28, 1936
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ABOARD THE S.S. QUEEN MARY.
May 27---(/P)-The stately liner Queen
Mary steamed westward tonight on
hier maiden voyage to the United
With a convoy of planes circling
overhead and her path jammed with
hundreds of other ships-small by
~omparison to the gigantic pride of
Great Britain-she moved quietly
from her dock at Southampton amid
the cheers of thousands of spectators.
Pigmy speed boats raced alongside
the ponderous liner carrying 2,139
passengers and a staff of 1,200.
The ship had been in clear water
for little more than an hour and a
half before the first lifeboat drill was
called. Passengers were summoned
on deck from cabins, lounges, bars
and tea rooms. There, the formality
of the protective organization was
The Queen Mary forged ahead
through Cowes Roads, fashionable
yachting watier ,and received saluta-
tions from two British warships-the
Royal Sovereign and the Repulse-
Before her departure at 4:34 p.m.,
the corridors of the luxurious craft
were crowded with passengers, visit-
ors and the crew. Officers directed
the final preparations calmly as six
tugs panted beside her hull in the
At 3:45 p.m., the gongs of stewards
mingled with the cries of "all ashore
that's going ashore" and the gang-
planks were pulled in.
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supper and a good time!
Roger .Williams .Guild: .Annual
Memorial Day hike. Meet at Guild
House at 2 p.m. on Saturday to hike
up the river. Call 7332 for reservations
oy Friday noon. Small charge for
Delta Epsilon Pi: The last regular
meeting of this semester will be held
this Friday at 8 p.m. at the Michigan
It is important that all members
Yost Will Address
Dayton Alumni Club
Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-
letics, will address the alumni of the
Dayton, O., University of Michigan
Club tonight at a dinner in the En-
At 8 p.m. Yost will address alumni,
members of the Agonis Club, and
high school coaches and athletes of
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre-
tary of the Alumni Association, spoke
Tuesday night at the installation din-
ner of Tau Beta, engineering honor
society, held at the Union. Tapping,
Prof. Henry C. Anderson of the En-
gineering department, and Emory
Hyde, president of the Alumni As-
sociation, are attending the annual
spring banquet of the Adrian alumni
A Ring less,
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NAVY BLUE, one each 18 to 44 sizes.
One OXFORD MIX, size 40.
ONE GROUP OF ODDS AND ENDS IN DRESSES.
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