Summer Geology Course in Montana
During the coming summer Professor J. E. Wolff and Dr. G. R. Mansfield, of the Geological Department, intend to conduct a course in the form of a field expedition in the Rocky Mountains of southern Montana. The party will meet at Bozeman, Montana, some time in July, and after collecting its outfit there will move south and south-west by way of Virginia City and Alder Gulch through Ruby Canyon, into the Henry Lake country. It will return through the Medicine River valley. The whole trip will occupy about five weeks. Especial attention will be paid to stratographical and structural features of the country covered. Most of the trip will be through uninhabited country, and the party will carry with it in wagons its tents and provisions.
Last summer a similar expedition under Professor Wolff and Dr. Mansfield, studied the Bridger Range and Crazy Mountains in Montana.
All students who are interested in this course are requested to meet in Room 54 of the Geological Museum at 3.30 o'clock this afternoon, when Dr. Mansfield will explain it in greater detail.