Science: In the Arctic

The Arctic Circle kept its secret a fourth week. With Explorer Roald Amundsen of Norway, and his air pilot, Lincoln Ellsworth of Manhattan, still missing somewhere up towards the Pole (TIME, June 1 et seq.) the Norwegian steamer Ingcrtrc, sent to rescue them, dropped anchor in a Spitzbergen fjord. A party of aviators aboard her unlashed their two seaplanes and waited for Amundsen's base ship, the Fram, to come back from the icefloes with a weather report before taking off for a flight to inspect horizons further north.

In more livable portions of the globe, conjecture on Amundsen's fate continued.

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