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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 1 [[underlined]] Nov. 3, 1926. Overwhelming vote against Volstead act. [[/underlined]] To office all morning. Dick drove me to SS. [[strikethrough]] Bere [[/strikethrough]] Berengaria, of [[underlined]] Cunard Line [[/underlined]] at 2 P.M. so as to have some rest after a hectic morning. Only [[underlined]] two pieces baggage [[/underlined]] one leather valise and one large leather dress suit case. Beautiful weather. Good outside cabin (2 berths) to myself for $300. Not many passengers. Very comfortable ship. Excellent service. Mr. LeBell of Yonkers, whom I met on the [[underlined]] Majestic [[/underlined]] several years ago, my table companion. [[underlined]] Nov 4. [[/underlined]] Bright weather. Wind. W. by N. Hardly any motion. Making 24 knots Met [[underlined]] Dr. Richter [[/underlined]] chief of research of [[underlined]] Brown Brothers. Berlin [[/underlined]] N.H. [[underlined]] Nov 5. [[/underlined]] Weather relatively mild. No overcoat needed [[underlined]] Nov 6. [[/underlined]] Wind increasing and now abeam. Moderate rolling On Nov. 4. Sent a wireless as follows to Bakelite:
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