Business & Finance: Motor Week

Packard is Packard. An automobile left Tsingtao last week for Peking and points west—the points being vague oases in the bandit-infested, scantily charted Gobi desert. Camels and asses had crossed it before, but never a stock touring car. The leader of the expedition is Mark L. Moody, head of the Packard Motor Agency of Shanghai. He and his companions plan to hunt bear, elk, antelope; to meet and visit Scientist Roy Chapman Andrews somewhere in the Gobi

Meanwhile, in Detroit where Packards are made, President Alvan Macauley of the Packard Motor Car Co. wrote a letter to stockholders. He wanted to tell...

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