Science: 23 Eggs

Dr. Roy Chapman Andrews returned to Manhattan last week and at once went to his headquarters, the American Museum of Natural History. Two years he had been away, grubbing the Gobi desert sands and rocks for Central Asiatic fossils. He found enough to fill 90 large packing cases. Chinese Nationalists tried to prevent his taking the bones to the Museum. They wanted them for their own exhibits. A little blarney, a little diplomatic pressure, a little gold, and a great deal of expostulation quieted the demands of the Chinese patriots.

Bones of the "Woolworth"...

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