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TWO EXPLORERS WANTED

Expedition Will Penetrate Navajo Region This Summer

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Two men either students or instructors in Engineering, archaeology, geology, or in the biological sciences will be chosen from the University to take part in the exploration of the northern Navajo country in Arizona and Utah this summer.

The expedition is to explore map, and study an area of some 3000 square miles in a region that is probably farther from a railroad than any other point in the United States. Dr. Charles D. N. Winning of New York University will receive applications sent to him at the Explorer's club, New York City.

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