Anthropologists plan for travel
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An article about the Logan African Expedition appearing on page 1 in volume 75, number 17 (November 20, 1929) of the Round Table (Beloit College newspaper).
Anthropologists Plan for Travel" Alonzo Pond, in charge of the 1930 Logan Museum Expedition to Algeria, has announced the authorization of the list of students from Beloit college who will make the trip by Dr. Frank G. Logan of Chicago, sponsor of the trip. A meeting of those who have definitely signed up to go was called by Dr. Collie and Mr. Pond at which time the plan of route, time of leaving and returning, and articles of equipment were discussed. Several offers by steamship lines have been made to those in charge of the expedition mainly because such a trip would mean very profitable amount of publicity to said company. Mr. Murphy, of the United States Lines, who was in Beloit last Monday has made a very attractive offer to the party for tourist accomodations on the S. S. America, sister ship of the Leviathan, known as the intercollegiate meeting place on the high seas. No definite considerations have been made as yet in regard to steamship accomodations or special routes, howeve
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Pond, Alonzo W. (Alonzo William), 1894-1986
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