• Dr. G. G. Simpson returned from the second Scarritt Expedition in July. The party worked the Early Tertiary beds of previously unexplored regions of northern Patagonia and was highly successful. The most important discovery was an old volcanic blowout in which were the more or less complete skeletons of a large number of notoungulates recently described as Scarrittia. Dr. Brown worked in the previous discovered dinosaur deposits of Cloverly, WY, with a large force and brought back 144 cases of fossils, mostly sauropod dinosaurs.