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March 04, 1926 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY rI -thUSDA)Y,) MARZCH 4, 1926

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IM allizo and a vicew of Mt Everest. over which hJ-e opes to fly

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M.t. CAllzo Hlolies To Accom
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SPECIAL CRAFT

I scienitists NN ho are interested in
RAP/I explorer must !y close enough to the.
,;nitnit to take pictures.
BO~[A special plane is now being out-
itted for the attempt. Callizo will
be accompanied to Indlia by a corps!
Of mechanics, aerographers, andl other;
1110lst Whait experts.. France, it is, reported, is3
rs Ha'ie taking more interest in this expedi-
tion, which it hopes Callizo will achi- !
eve with glory, than in the various ad-
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By flying over Mt. Everest, the hall-k
est mountain in the world, M. Callizo,
daring French' flye~ hopes to accoml
plish what climbe< have failed many
times to do. Nuirucrous expeditions
have fought, their way through the ,
low er recesses of the H im alayas only t be, om el d t tu n b c whnih n r k g d s a ce f t e s m - ,
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Callizo holds the world's altitude*
record of 39,586 feet, the mark Lieu-'
tenent MacRead~y of the United States
army recently endeavored ;toy better in
a test ,at Dayton, 0. Mt. Everest is
1.0,000 feet lower than this, being 29,-
140 feet above sea level. However, it
is predicted that the fierce winds, ed-
dies, and squalls around the mountain
will give Callizo his greatest trouble.
Tie hopes to overcome them by as-j
cending to a height which will en-
able himh to avoid their force. In or-
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