Science: Expeditions: Dec. 8, 1930

While some explorers were just back with tales of their summer adventuring, others last week were planning or embarking on new expeditions. Some tales and plans: Antarctic Cruise. Five months ago, owners of the Stella Polaris, a sturdy 6,000-ton steamer, announced in London that Lieut.-Commander J. R. Stenhouse would take a group of tourists to Antarctica. Last fortnight, a pleasant-faced woman engaged passage for the cruise. She was Emily Dorman Lady Shackleton, the lady whom the late gallant Sir Ernest Shackleton left behind him for the third and last time, when he...

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