Science: No Icebergs

Something has happened to North Atlantic icebergs this season. Up to last week only two small "growlers" had floated into the shipping lanes. The U. S. Coast Guard was puzzled. Every spring since the Titanic collided with a berg (April 1912). Coast Guard cutters have roved the northern sea in behalf of international shipping. Two of the cutters, the Mojave and the Pontchartrain, last week rode idly in Boston Harbor. Another, the General Greene, was still out searching. This abnormal situation of course pleases navigators. Last year the Coast Guard apprised them of...

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