Science: Diggers

Little bands of men roaming over the earth, poking in caves, pits, mounds, quarries, buttes for vestiges of the creatures that roamed the earth before them. Bigger bands of men examining maps, bringing steam shovels, excavating whole dead civilizations. Millions of dollars spent in digging every year. . . . Following are significant efforts and exhumations of recent weeks:

In Montana. Princeton paleontologists under the leadership of Dr. Glenn L. Jepsen. digging in a cretaceous formation near Red Lodge in southern Montana, found some old broken eggs. They thought the eggs might have...

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