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MBER OF FACULTY
rcfe~s4r Gould Will Interview Head
Of (geodetie coust Murvey To
V Obtain Instrurnents
WILL STOP IN NEW YORK
Prof. Lawrence M. Gould, who is
to be in charge of geographical work{
on the Putniam Baffin Island expedi-
lion tis summer, left 'yesterday for
Washi ngtoi to interview Lester Jones,
r head of the United States Geodetic
Coast survey. Professor Gould is to ar-
range for instruments to be used on
the expedition which are. to be fur-
nished by the Geodetic Survey de-'
partm ent.
While in Washington Professor
Could is to see Lewis Bauer of theF
Carnegie Institute about experiment-I
ing in magnetism around the North1
magnetic hole which lies close to Baf-
fin Island. Ile is also to consult with1
Frederick f. Coville, chairman of the
committee on researel of the National
Geographic society under whose aus-
pices the expedition is to be under-
taken.
On his return from the Capitol City
Professor Gauld will, stop off at New
York City to make final arrangements
for the trip with George Palmer Put-1
nam, publisher and explorer, Who is to
lead the expeditions
The party will heave some time in
June aboard the, Morrissey, captained
by Robert E. Bartlett of Arctic fame,
for Baffin Land. The western coast
of the island is to be mapped and the
region explored.

VAN TYNE SPEAKS
IN BRITISH SERIES
Prof. Claude H. Van Tyne, of the

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history department, spcqe on 'British
and American Merchants in the Rev-
olution" at the Birmingham Univer-
sity, London, England, last Tuesday.
Professor Van Tyne's talk was the
second of a series of lectures on "Brit-
ish and American rivalries in the
American Revolution" arranged by
Sir George Watson, chairman of
American History, Literature and In-
stitutions at that Universary.
Prof. Van Tyne told at length the
fight between the British' and Col-
onists over taxation and colonial
smuggling. "The reason that the Brit-
ish government failed at last to solve
its greatest imperial problem," .he
said, "WAas that its colonial govern-
ment machine had no other object than
the regulation of trade and commerce
in the best interests of the home
country; and no empire could violate
the ten commandments of mercantil-
ism and survive."
HEALTH SERVICE TREATS
MORE CASES THIS YEAR
Statistical data contained in the
monthly report of the University
Health Service for April shows that
an increased number of students were
cared for in the University Hospital
up tq May 1 of this year, resulting
in part from the new policy of ex-
tended hospital service at Health Ser-
vice expense.
An increase overdlast year has been
noted in a number -of minor cases,
such as acute appendicitis, which have
resulted from no known igeneral cause.

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