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SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1920

~ I.~'~~~D.George A May, of the pIyti a] lr
Otn Summ '?'er s Arctic Expedition',____
from Wisc sse, Me.,Ju e 2 , go ng ~~ Ia sistant football coach; R. L. F l un , t ther
oi t to G reenlatind, thu e n e across t ebygookinr ta yogt e D tr i n sr
A c co m p a n y in g th e A rc tic e x p e d itio n b ro o k tro u t in th is c o u n try . Il e w i l, stra it to B aff in la n d , d io w n th e L b ra - C a m p le a d e r tra in in g c o u rse s or i ht n L a e al a u t ri m n I b ol- y s' M.w C.rA.,a dls cewita rlye n an i.o fnr
of Corn. Donald B. MacMillan this ihowever, consider all kinds of fig's, dor coast, and to return Sept. 15. students who exect to serve as di- ;tinuing for four consecutive Tueday IiiNtor of Canadian canoe treks, ill opcs t~
~summer, Dr. W alter N. Koelz, of the studying the variation Le wen exam- mi.e f12*Y wll po north of the rectors or counselors of summer nights. Lectures nd j' s of 1 e li lgte en W ox i ea thNo c
. S. Bureau of Fisheries, who is !pes of the ;ame pcie:; n dfE 'eW 1c i, ~as far as isk isand camps xwii be offered und~er the', by men wlio are familiar w B~ii thlie dicssions adiian~fswer q est ions r(1e11 ec ues
4ationed at the University for sci-iloclities. ,? 0 degree. laitudo?. supervision of the Student Christian work of training boys andl young men garding camping. eig a
uhtific Investgation.i will s1idv the w~ '~ i:7 a - association beginning next Tuesday will be the main features of the The courses are expected to provilde c inima

nities for directors and coun-
a meet with a. view to sumvmer
nent for those 'who are not al-
- aged. Technical training in
ry of campil direction and A-
lion, the history and probaple
f camping will: be among Yfhe
Ikent up by the lecturers.
large will be made for these
and discussions, which are

fish of Davis strait, through which
the ship will sail on its way to the
western coast of Greenland, Baffin
land, and Labrador.
Th e purposes of the journey are
entir'ely scientific. Four scientists will
beR taken besides the commander'.1
'they must act as seamen in addition
to their study, as, the 85 foot Bowdoin,
in which. Commander MacMillan hasi
made several p~revious Arctic trips,
can carry only 13 men.:
Dr. Koelz' attention will be devoted
chiefly to trout, of which the Arctic
species are close relatives of the

formerl'y aw;;JrQf .5..l.oant" clg
at Bowdioin colle-ge,:; to 'tudfy the
peolies of the regioris visi ted, iic"111- . d L xzd
ing the Green land eskimo vilho have V-DAL1oS
a large mixture of foreign blood, a ~ l~ ~~HR OS
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