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rAIiiRn vionr n I Finances Fligh tI

of bottles he could drop overboard
Evidence Shows Man May Have Nihmsae,-n e are
4 l Agors pigeons. Prof. Andree's balloon
FlownTo P le 2 Agomeasured 97 feet from top to bottom,
tethe bag alone being 75 feet from sum-
niit to opening.
(By Associated Press) The leader of the party was Prof. In the basket was a bedstead on
NEW YORK. April 22.-Whichever! Salamon August Andree, a Swedish w ,hich one person might sleep while
othe flying men bound for unknown I scientist and civil engineer interested the other two made observations andl'
Pol~ar regions this summer is the first in ballooning. His companions were niavigated. On top was a wicker
'to reach the Pole, he probably never I two other Swedes, Nils Strindberg and ;cover on which 'the observers could
will b~e certain that he actually was Knut I-fjalmer Fredinand Fraenkel. 'stand andI use the instruments ar-
the first. man to fly there. Prof. Andree was convinced there Iranged in a circle breast high around
Twenty-nine years ago, with far; were trade winds blowing through the edge.
cruder equipment than any of the ad-! the upper atmosphere from Spitzberg-
venturers this summer are taking, I en, across the Pole to North America,
three Viking airmen tried to sail which would carry his balloon in safe- LONDON.-A Reuter's dispatch from
thog'h k t h n f the over the Polar ice cap. Cairo, Egypt, reports disastrous floods
throughthe sk to theend of they otwstr rba
earth. There is some evidence thatl He carried the last. word in scien- nsuhetrAab.
they passed over the Pole, or near it, tiric apparatus for his day-only a
although what finally happened must generation ago. In place of radio al)- {--
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