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PA U TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

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B'ELKNAP WILL REMAPI
GREEINLANDIcE- SHEETI
Stewart To Assist With Correction
Of Map Of Seutliwesterii
Part Of Island
PARTY WILL SAIL IN MAY'
Correcting the map of southiwestern
Greenland with reference to the3 area
covered by the great ice-cap will be
the work of Ralph L. Beikxnap and(
his assistant Duncan Stewart, )oth of'
the geology department, this summer,
according' to a recent announcement
of their plans. The best existing maps
are entirely inaccurate, Belknap ex-
plained, having b~een 1Acti ed onlyv1from
the reports of natives who had visited
the regions in question.
Belknap will start from the 111I .
Evans station, permia nent boa(dquart -
ers of the University Greenland ex-I
pedition, andI go inland to the I"(ge
of the ice-cap). UI il viconmiiince
mapping at the edge of the ice, anald
work 'southwa rd Jollo awing the ic' ,i
until it takes himn in a w-estward
curve to thea ('00 51, coming ()ill near
the mouth of Ka ng-ndl itgssdl K fjord
at the head of which is located the
Mt. Eva ns stat ion. The totalI distanlce
covered xwillIapproxilnatoe250 iilcs.
If there is still time. I lel kna p haI)'s
to proceed utilte I kert oh fjord, sorni
(istance fnairthiof' agend iugssdak
fjordl, land at Cam1p11) Ltle, th,, head-
quarters of the 19~20 QXpelit ion, named
in honor ofi President Clarence C'oak
Little, p~roceed inlianad to t he ice edge
and map his way d wn to his original
starting point. The feasibiiityv of this
project is governed b~y the 'sailing
schedule from llols,t eilsibrg of the
Danish government ship which is the
only link between Greenland and
civilization. Belknap expects to r2-
turn to Ann Arbor sometime in Oc-
tober.
The mapping part y, which will con-
.sist of Belknap, Stewart, and possibly
several Eskimos wil have to carry
all their supplies on their backs, beC-
cause summer transportation fa'il
ities in inlanid Greenland are non-ex-
istent. In the course of the 250-mile
hike along the ice-edge several re-
turn trips will have to be mIadle to Mt.
Evans for food, as there is very slight
possibility of being able to shoot any
game. Caribou are reported very
scarce in the area to be covered.
Belknap and Stewart are sailing
from New York, May 19) along withi
Professor Hobbs, a nmeterologist from
Clark university named Schneider, and
a radio operator to replace Oscanyan,
who has not yet been chosen.

ELIMINA TION ROUND IN ORA TORICAL
CONTEST WILL BE HELD TUESDAY
Sophonlore anud junior students 1of first place and of $50 to the slti-
ccefit in 11tine Univjersity. oz itori- d cent finishing second in the final con-k
('01 ('ant est wvill nee t#tfor the eohm-;
mat on untst 1) Tcs~av ftenoo test. Sixteen situdlents have entered
at 4 o'clockl{ istead of Mlonday as todte. Any man orfxwoman stu-
wras previously announced, it was dent is eligible who has not received
dec(nided yesterday, a colleg-e or university degreep and

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Months
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At this time three contests will
b)e held, one for the sophomore en-
trants, one for the juniors and1 one
for seniors. As a result of these
contests one sophomore, two( juniors,
and two. seniors will be c'hosenf to
ccompete in the final cnt est to b)e
held the following Tuesday night at
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The winner (of the final contest is
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