Comings & Goings: Sep. 10, 1928

Rear Admiral G. F. Hyde, commander-in-chief of the Royal Australian Navy, docked in New York harbor his flagship, the 10,000-ton Australia. His sailors did the city, the shows and Coney Island. He and some of his officers watched polo matches on Long Island. Then the Australia steamed away to pay a visit to the U. S. naval academy.

Van Lear Black, chairman of the board of the Baltimore Sun, famed air traveler, who has comfortably covered 20,000 miles (Europe, Asia, East Indies) in his own plane, returned to the U. S. on the Carinthia in...

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