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Eight Nearby Field Trips Are Scheduled for Public

Extension Courses Commission Displays Boston's Geology

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With the object of introducing Boston's geologic history to anyone interested, eight public field trips to nearby points have been scheduled by the Commission of Extension Courses.

The first trip to points of prehistoric interest will meet at 2 o'clock Saturday at Washington Heights, Brighton. There Laurence La Forge '99 will examine the conglomerate, shale, sandstone, and volcanic rocks and will point out the main features of the Boston Basin from the hill-top.

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