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Dr. W. O. [[underlined in red]] Thompson [[/underlined in red]] President of Ohio State University
F. R. [[underlined in red]] Cordley [[/underlined in red]] a New York Broker and Member of Flint & Co who spent 1907 in France, England and Germany with Wright brothers
James [[underlined in red]] M. Cox Governor [[/underlined in red]] of Ohio 
[[underlined in red]] Ex Governor [[/underlined in red]] James E. [[underlined in red]] Campbell
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On evening they drove us to [[strikethrough]] residence of [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined in red]] Moraine Farm [[/underlined in red]] the residence of Col. [[underlined in red]] Deeds [[/underlined in red]] for dinner. I was placed there at [[underlined in red]] the night of Mrs. Deeds [[/underlined in red]] and [[underlined in red]] Governor Cox [[/underlined in red]] is at her left. [[underlined in red]] Cox [[/underlined in red]] is a youngish looking man of about 45 years intelligent looking and makes excellent impression. I gave some explanations about submarine problem to which he listened and afterwards complimented me.
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Later on [[underlined in red]] Miss Wright [[/underlined in red]] joined us with her [[underlined in red]] brother. [[/underlined in red]] They had been entertaining [[underlined in red]] Northcliffe [[/underlined in red]] and his suite. The [[underlined in red]] depressing news [[/underlined in red]] of the defeat of the [[underlined in red]] Italians in the Alps reached us this morning [[/underlined in red]] and had a chilling influence. [[underlined in red]] Northcliffe [[/underlined in red]] foresees a very long [[underlined in red]] and difficult war involving all our strength and all our resources, and urges every earnest endeavor for further sacrifices. [[/underlined in red]]
At hotel I notice many young [[strikethrough]] amerca [[/strikethrough]] ^[[american]] [[underlined in red]] aviation officers and cadets [[/underlined in red]] Their uniform, their tan leather coats and their youthfulness [[underlined in red]] reminds me of our George. [[/underlined in red]] I have just received a telegram from Celine that she arrived in time to deliver the blankets but that he [[underlined in red]] sailed away same afternoon. [[/underlined in red]] - I had still some hope against hope that they might leave him a few days longer
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