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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREB

-~ThtJRSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1925 PAGE THREE

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11411, 'I I DY FISH CO1,LEtTEIDI
ON iPOLAIR XPEDITION
A't' ITN lY E RSITY
LOCARTES SLEEPER SHARK

is :, (;lebrated ornithologist, andl his
collection stands hiighl among all thoseI
of Eu irope. Drx. Kcelz stated that, the!
Duane s are very; iuch interested in
the birds of the far north, but have

_________ Ihnt been a leJItoLVgetLgood 5jpec1im ns~,'
Disposition of the 21500 specimensI on acc omit of the lack of facilities for
explc~lotion.
of Arctic animal and plant life ob- 1wlet ft Pat
tameod while he was with the MacMul- Mr1t ~ 1000 plants and several
lan expedition to northern Greenland! More ta
( was announced yesterday by Dr. Wal-;hnrdivrerts uha tr
ter Nd. Koelz. More than 1000 fish, of;~adJlyih wl ot h a
25 different species, vdill go to theI tiorkal Ueogaphic Society for presen-
Unierstyto e sudid uderthe taticn to the National Museum at
,clirection of Dr. Koelz, who isi sta-I
rs~ne ere as an investigator for t'he The National Geographic Society
UT. S. Bureau of Fisheries. spcunsojred thme scientific side of the
Of the 500 birds, representing 60! exped(itof, inviting Dr. Koelz and a!
species, some will be given to the Ilieutenant of the Coast and Geodetic!
'Americatn Museum of Natural History.( Survey to accompany the explorers.I
of New. York, some to the H-arvard, MacMillan's chlief interest ini the trip,;
,Mw-,eum at Cambridge, and others to which way; under the direction of the:
tlie private collection of Lehn- ;Ut. S. Navy, was the use of airplanes
S-chioler, in Denmark. Lehnu-Schioler in the far no011h. His attempts in
SWe have a special Chinese Cook to
I repare our famous .Chinese Dishes.
" r.y them for dinner tionight
COLLEG CAFEANNEX
14 NORTH WASH INGTON-YPSILANTrI-
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they reed. E 1 i: ~, the fish Nwer,
secoon(1tc ('o ut of the low 1temjpea-
tugje ofIthe \vater. T[he most xi i:1)1 el
,,peci .I(?. 31!e (.,1l tIl('1 we(re of trmout,
fri-n ti, Ir' 1 '(idlan coast., scullii=>1,
liII1d( ls. '111dcall)elins. lHe also
brouPrht ba(;k o Ie shark, of the
'-eisknown as, slee-per sharks., the±
only va Piet y tho t ane found as far
thait lin0 wtY'e uns5ucessful, liecausoe
jen account (of the unusual amount of
ice suitable landing places could not
be foound.Fis
SDr. heliwas seat chiefly tdoget' 1

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from nmearly all the D(AInts at which

lhe boats stoute, as inet:,, !i t;- out
and( shoot dihem in a .short time,
wher01eas to get fish he would heave'
Ihad to set out nets and the process
would have taken too long to obtain
worth-while results. Trhe eskimos,
proved useful in getting birds, as by
learning; the names they usedI for
birds, and offering rewards, Dr. Koelz
could get them to bring him speci-,

nolCi (:7 DElaib. 'The total ni11n11dM of i ~if to mnake t . m go far out "nowli'ikes, and ptarmigans.
IshI (!aug~ht was several thousa1'(1, __ uft FIhen- way, and although lie offered i Dr. Ksoelz pointed out that these, as
onIly 311)00 will be used. whatever they wanted for- ptarmigans,I well as the fish, are interesting not
Esidmos Bring B"1irt1s 1lie could not make them go ten miles only for their general structure, butj
Dr. Koelz was able to get birds into the interior for them. The es-1 for their use in solving certain bio-f

kin ),w, he said, were interested in the logical problems, such as evolution.
rewards, and lie could expect to get Tphe relations of many species area
-W (pcimuens at any place where not definitely known, and he has con-
th~e boats °'>t] 3for v.)uro tbau k elusive proof for some of these, while
dtiy, but they showed no interest in all his specimens will throw light on
f he puirposes of his quest, such problems.
Especially iiotn pce repre- Obta its Many Plants
imhirtan speies ore than 100 species are repre-
sen fed in his collection are the Green- sent e( in the plants obtained. The
Li:ad red no 1, for which Dr. Ioe- 1 a.jority of thema are small rockI
rowed forty miles in a dory; the gy r- plants, resembling in general physio-I
falcon, esp~ecially interesting to thero lot';ical structure those found in the
biologist ; eider, purple sandpipers,' (Continued on Page Eight)

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2, 2 Pounds
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Shop
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in ociie place, he did not have1
to fish oan the way, and whenj

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of the kinds hre wantedl. Even'-
rlewardis, however, would not be

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