MacMillan Heard From

Donald B. MacMillan, the American explorer, who has occupied the center of the Polar stage since the failure of Capt. Roald Amundsen's expedition (TIME, June 18, June 25), has been heard from after a long silence.

With a picked crew of six men, MacMillan sailed from Maine July 16, completely equipped for radio communication with a syndicate of newspapers through the American Radio Relay League. Two amateur stations last week picked up a message giving the latitude of the Bowdoin as 78° 30' N., which indicates the expedition...

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