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October 04, 1921 - Image 3

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GEOLOGIST LEADS
SUCCESSFUL TRIP

Canon, Staked Plains, the expedition
found the upper arm bone of a giant
elephant of that time, which Dr. Case
thinks to be the record or near the
record in size of any such bones
previously unearthed.

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RENT OR

South Western States Explored
Fossils in Triassic
Formation

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LUCKY-CURVE
PA
S A ET- SEA LED
Fountdin Pens

PROF. CASE OBTAINS UNIQUE
SPECIMENS DURING SUMMER.
"I consider the work we have ac.-
complished during the past summer
fairly successful," said Prof. E. C.
Case, of the geology department.
Professor Case spent the first of
the summer on a vacation trip which
included Lake Taahoe on the Pacific
coast, Crater Lake in southern Ore-
gon, Mt. Ranier, Glacier National
Park, and the Yosemite.
Later* in the summer he conducted
an expedition from the museum of
the Department of Geology, through,
West Texas and New Mexico, search-
ing for new fossil localities in the
Triassic formation. The expedition
travelled more than 2000 miles in an
automobile, taking in both sides of
the Staked Plains. Aside from a few
minor mishaps, nothing of a particu-
larly harrowing nature occurred, Dr.
Case assures us. Although the search,
for localities was not entirely suc-
cessful, not many having been found,
the expedition is said to be more than
rewarded, for a practically perfect
skull of a Phytosaus, an extinct Ti-
assic reptile, was found. The skull
is three feet long, with the lower jaw.
The expedition also secured many
other bones of various Triassic ani-
mals.
In the Tertiary deposits in Tule

Doctor Case also announces that
the Museum is now mounting a skele-
ton of the new order of reptiles which
was found in the Triassic locality
several years ago and announced last
year. The bones have been cleaned
and the skeletons are in the process
of being mounted, so that they will
in the very near future be on exhi-
bition. This is the only specimen of
its kind in the world. Moreover, there
is now on exhibition in the Museum
the skull of a giant Triassic Amphi-
bian, which is unique in that it has
been generally acknowledged to be
the best skull of this kind in existence.
PI EPSILON DELTA HOLDS
INITIAL MEETING TONIGHT
Pi Epsilon Delta, honorary dram-
atic fraternity, will hold its. initial
meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
room 323 of the Union. Due to the
fact'that four members of the organ-
ization were graduated last June, the
names of several candidates for mem-
bership will be brought up at the
meeting. Plans for the coming dram-
atic year will also be .formulated at
this time.
DIRECTORY CAN BE EXPECTED
EARLY IN NOTE!BER-DUNLOP
Work is progressing rapidly and ac-
cording to Burton 4E. Dunlop 1"23,
managing editor of the Directory, this
year's issue of the Directory should
be out early in November.

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