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PROF. HOBBS LAUDS GOULD'S WORK; - instead of being land it was sea. ,
TELLS OF 1,200 M LEtD, t'SLED 1RI This was a Very important dis-
______covery. A great deal of question
"Lary GoldUniversity of buries records oir his discoveries, existed as to whether or not there
Michigan member of the :Byrd Ant-tweeoertocnietsnthI
arctic expedition performed somej Capt. Amundsen made such a de- Antarctic and the land which Capt.
moost important work on his dog posit on the slopes of Mt. Barry Amuindsen though he had found
sled 'trip, from which he is return-1 iwenty years ago. Gould discover- seemed to prove that there was but
ing," stated Prof. William ITf. Hobbs, ed the cache, and following the one. The discovery that this land
of the geology department. "By the practice of all explorer s removed is really a body of water again
time he reaches the headquarters the records to bring them- back to= rises the question of whether there
in Little America he will have civilization, verifying Amundsen's < are not two continents, sepnrIc
traveled 1,200 miles by dog sled i reports, after leaving a copy of thec by a strait.
which in itself is a' very notable" records and one of his owl trip "Dr. Gould climbed, Mt. Nansen
achievement, in the cache. and at 6,000 feet of altitude found
"Every explorer makes during his "Gould then went eastward in- la sandstone formation with a layer
trips a -cache, consisting of a p ile to what Amundsen described as of coal, This wa~s also a very i-t
of rocks underneath which he Carmenland, but found out that, portant' discovery."

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