Science: Mongolia Easy-Chaired

Last week's fighting in Jehol meant only hindrance to Dr. Roy Chapman Andrews, famed digger of fossils in Mongolia. Dr. Andrews recognized the State of Manchukuo last autumn, arranged with the Regency to continue his Mongolian diggings. As soon as Japan pacifies the region, he will dart in with Dodge cars, camels and naturalists. He has closed the Peking headquarters from which he led five expeditions between 1921 and 1930 at a cost of $600,000.

While waiting to resume work, Dr. Andrews last week watched his The New Conquest of Central Asia go on...

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