In connection with the proposal of Julia Gardner and A. C. Trowbridge in the April issue of this Bulletin (page 470), that the term Yeager clay be hereafter used to designate the lithologic unit overlying the Fayette sandstone in south Texas and consisting of dominantly non-volcanic clays of various colors, the president of the San Antonio Geological Society, Herschel H. Cooper, appointed a committee of geologists to consider the matter of this formation name. Members of the San Antonio Geological Society and members of this committee have done much field work during a period of several years in the area...

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