Michigan Coeds Land In Ireland
Reported Safe In Galway After Liner Sinks
Three coeds and a woman graduate of the University of Michigan, who were aboard the British liner Athenia when it was torpedoed and sunk at sea Sunday night were reported safe today. Information as to whether they had been injured was unavailable.
The coeds, Miss Barbara Bradfield of Grand Rapids, a graduate student here last year, Miss Alberta Wood of Anchorage, Ky., a senior, and Miss Joan Outhwaite of Bennington, Vt., a junior, are reported in Galway, Ireland, and Miss Cathleen Schurr, of Brooklyn, N.Y., a graduate of the University in 1937, was said to be aboard the City of Flint; en route to Halifax.
Other State Survivors
Other Michigan survivors and where they are: (Residence Detroit unless otherwise specified.)
Miss Barbara Bradfield, East Grand Rapids, at Galway, Ireland.
John Harju, Copper City, aboard City of Flint.
Mrs. Alice Pocklington, Dearborn, aboard City of Flint.
Michael McShane, aboard City of Flint.
Mrs. Margaret Hannah, in Scotland.
Brenda Chapman, 14, brother Thomas, 14, at Greenock, Scotland.
Mrs. Carlyn Prine and daughter Virginia, at Glasgow.
James Boyle, at Galway.
Mrs. Ethel Battye, on City of Flint.
Mrs. Virginia Roberts, at Galway.
Mrs. Jessie Graham, on City of Flint.
Mrs. Jessie Morrison and son Jack, at Galway.
Mrs. Helen Dougan, at Glasgow.
James McGill, in Scotland.
Mrs. Julia Martin and daughter, Isabel, at Galway.
Mrs. Mary Louden and daughter, Marion, on City of Flint.
Mr. and Mrs. John Louden and son, Kenneth, 3, on City of Flint.
Mrs. Colin Carrie, Marshall, at Glasgow.
Still unaccounted for were three persons from Michigan believed to have been aboard the Athenia when it sank Sunday. They were: Mrs. Cora Gilroy and son, John, Detroit, and Miss Nellie Murr, Detroit.
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