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PACE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 192~

Foreign Students
LIMON TELEGOPEAre Entertained
COMINS HERE SO5cr i Nab owns

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Lenses Tested by Professors Hlussey,
Curtiss; Said to be Free !
From Imperfections
HAS 27-INCH OBJECTIVE
Tests of the new 27-inch objective
of the Lamont telescope, carried on
by Prof. W. J. Hussey, director of the
Univers ty observatCory, du~ing the va-
cation, have proved satisfactory, andl
hie has requestedJ that it be sent to Ann
Arbor as soon as possible, according
to a report submitted to the office of
th! University.
Professor Hussey, accompanied by
Prof. R. H. Curtiss, also of the as-
tronomy departibent, visited the Me-
Dowel works at Pittsburgh and exam-
ined the new objective. Focal tests,
knife-edge tests, pin-head tests, anr!
examinations of focal distances for
diffo:'vnt colors were made, said Pro.
fe-ssr Hussey, and resultq showed tOn
;I:.' Ii; 7.^ " 1T'1' Tf? Tfr}lm hyV3r
'1 ie objective hlas u en o;l
for several months, giving it time
season since the last polishing. Ar,
soon as the cell and ring for attach-
ing it to the telescope tube have beer
conmpleted, it will be shipped to Ann
Arbor.

were cntertained during the Christ-
i mas vacation 1' y TM s. P. It. Vander-
ii ofL in and others in several
1-1vi .w of tile State.
1 T be tol L wn'z ;nine men iwere at the
o (Ai\rs. Vand~nrslice at Lansing:'
L3 Celene, miouth Africa; D. T. Suyat,
P. I. ; A. .1 ouk.ovsky, Iru ssia; EL. A.
Peter:], Fl ih,,. d;0. 0Ossenbruggen,
England; C. H.L Kao, C. P'. 'ang;, C. K.
Tan, and 11. C. T. Lee, China; andtlI.
R. Priedlian, India. yIost of the Stu-II
(lent,:; r;,main edlheroe fronm December
24 to 28.
While most of the entertainmentj
w, s informal, there wras one more for-j
mal party= held at Lansing at vwhich
both the for eigniistud; st 3 of the Uni-
versity andl those of Michigan .agri-
cultural college met.
Besides this, S. Sugiyanjea, Japan,
was a guest in Dctroit; and K. H.
'Lam, China, at Crand Rapids; and S.
13t:arm, Japan, andl C. Aiqluisa, P.A. at
'Kalamnazc.
~2~day six foreign Stu-
rs ; sr - w wore guests at
u.L zijiCUsC5of Mr. IHoratio
Abtt, Mr. Al. A. lyevanid Dr. T. S.
Langford.
Aft mElector
Po r Hall Of Fame

Now

--at

Reule-oConlin's

--a Great Clearance Sale of

Fine
W E migF

Suits

and

Ov rcoats

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left-over stocks are larger aId

better than they would have been if 'the
weather man had given us winter ,-ccord

ing

to schedule.

As it is, we
assortments,

don't dare

keep such

huge

for

spring

HONOLUL 2: CEITE
flHUOICLSTATION
Honolulu, Jan. 6.- The establish-
ment of a" large telescope and astron-
omical observatory in Honolulu is as-
sured, according to an announcement
made by T. S. H. Shearman, heads of
the weather bureau in. Vancouver, B.
C., who arrived here recently to take
the matter up with officials of the Pan-
Pacific Research institution.
Shearman is the builder of the
world's largest telescope, wvhich is to
be placed in, the Frye observatory in,
Seattle. Former plans called for its
establishment in Honolulu, said Shear-
man, but the outbreak of the war in
1914 resulted in a change.
According to Shearman, the placing
of a four-foot reflector telescope in
Honolulu will begin immediately, and
if Hawaiian skies prove satisfactory!1
as an observing area, will be replaced
by a ten-foot reflector instrument,

stocks already ordered will

soon be here.

Th ;,s . jttd i(d submit
« ., a:s of candidates for the Hall, an
announcement from the director
states, and all names thus received
will be placed before the Senate of
the university. Any nominations
should be submitted between Feb. 11I
and March 15 of the year of the quin-
quennial election.
Names which have been placed up-
on the list of nominations and have
received the vote of three-fiftlrs of the
electors, of which there are approxi-
mately 100, will be lnscribed in the
I-all of Fame. The total of. names
thus inscribed, following the 1920
election, has reached 56, which is 14
less than the numb~er prescribed by
the regulations. In 1925, theroforei it
will be possible, to add 19. names to
the router.
Berihn, Jan 6. --- Baroness Eliz-
beth von I leyhingI, noted as the au-
thor of "Letter., that Failed to Reach
Him," is dead at 63. She was one of
the mczt ncrular wvomen ift-diplomiatic

So everything, goes, goes without pro ft

in this greatest clearanic stle Aiii

Arbtl.r
Iand

has eve r
slashed al

t prices

We'ye

slashed

'til they're lower than

you would 1-L ve imtagined possible.

Hecre

are some of 'the features:
Hart SchaJf i~er and Pldarx
-s-and ether fine-
O'coats Superb Values

OTHR
PVALUES
o A. '.
Sweaters
Men's big heavy $12
sweaters go at $9.60.
Other sweaters for men,
in all the smartest styles
and colors, clear at One-
Fourth Less!
Haty., Caps
Men's and boys' hats
and caps are going at
remarkably low prices 'in
this great sale, for all arc
marked One-Fourth Less
thlan regular!i
Flan nel Shirts
Fiinncl shirts in plaids,
checks aid plain colors
1$1c ITiglty easy to buy
in thhis January Clear-
, ricc.. All are now re-
duced in price One-
Fourth!
Gloves
Men's Avork gloves and
m. acls ,and boys' gloves
i:rid imttens are unusual-
ly attractive values now,
since all are marked One-
Faoutrh Less !
'atlasroes
Bathrobes, lounging robes
and house coats will ap-
pc' to mren, especially
since they can be pur-
chased in this event at
TweNvnty Per Cent Less!
Lu~ggage
Now's the time to buy
luggage for any traveling
you may plan on doing
this year. All luggage
in our great stock is re-
duced Twenty Per Cent!
Shirts

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twin of the one in Seattle.

circles.

Hot-Hot-Hot TRY' IT TOCDAY"
ICE, CREAM "( ; 'rs
I r'3 GOOD FOR YOU
FIRST YOU'LL LAUGH. THEN YOU'LL LOVE IT.

All $30 overcoats are now,.
All $35 and $37.50 o'coats.
All $40 and $42.50 o'coats.
Al $45 and $47.50 o'coats.
All $50 and $55 o'coats at..
All $60, and $65 o'coats are..
All $75 and $85 o'coats nowv

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s 0 w a )

*.$23 .65
. $28.65
r $32.87
. $36.65
.$41.55
. $48.65

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Hart Schaffner

&- Atarx

--an other fine-
Suits Radically Priced.
A11l$30 suits now go at ............ $22.65
All $35 and $37.50 suits ............ $28.85
All $40 and $42.50 suits .~...... .... $31.87
Al$45 and $50 suits now ...........$,38.55
All' $55 and $60 suits at ........ ... $47.85
7llterations cost extra.

The
son!

shirt sale of the sea-
Our entire huge

L LEW COD Y

A LL these
superbly
&Marx and

suits and

overcoats'

are

tailored by Hart Schaffner

stock at Twenty Per
Cent Less ! Newest col-
ors and patterns. Finest
makes. For all occa-
sions.
Neckwear
Neckwear now in stock
-and that means an un-
usually big assortment-
is included in the Janu-
c ry Clearance Sale at a
redsuction of One-Third !
Serge Suits
Blue serge suits-a spe-
cia! group of them-at
only One-Half their for-
mer prices ! This is an
event 'that will appeal to
nearly every man !

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~.Only the richest
In all details they're

RIETHi TAGE PIIESENIrAIP) N
GEORGE LIBBY
I're, eClt'
"The Road to Vaudeville"l
Song Dane travesty
Featumring
MARLEY
HEREFO)RDIIaiIUwELL IMAIITE IWTINAI)OINA
61IY BALDIbVN

woolens were used.

the smartest clothes you can burr for wear

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:.;:;:: t:;

right now. In c
everything new.

olos and patterns there's

See them.

Try them on.

Then

You'll realize what we mean

when

'1

we call this our greatest clearance!
Tlio Roi,1oJT~n~in t n

Underwear
Winter underwear can
certainly be purchased at
extraordlinarv savings .jn

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