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Arthur B. Emmons will describe the ascent of Mt. Nanda Devi in a free public lecture at the Institute of Geographical Exploration this evening at 8 o'clock.
The work of the British-American party which last summer reached the peak of Nanda Devi, the highest summit ever climbed by man, will be outlined. The mountain, 25,660 feet in elevation, is located at the source of the Ganges river, and is considered by Hindus a "sacred mountain."
Tickets will be necessary for admission to this lecture. They may be obtained free of charge at the Institute or by telephone. The program will be illustrated by slides.
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