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..y RIDAY, OCTOBER .8, 1926

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ASTRONOMY HAD
Huissey Anid Rossiter W{fill Study Stars
BY Mean: Of Iiit Telescope
Constructed Here

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SAIL FIRST TO ENGLAND
Dr. William J. Hlussey, professor of
astronomy and director of the obser-
vatory, left yesterday afternoon for
New York, where he will. be joined by
Prof. pilchard A. Riossiter, assistant
professor of astronomy. From there
they will sail to England and then to
South Africa where they expect to set
up the Lamont telescope in the vicin-
ity of Bloemfontein, the capital of
Orange Free state, for the purpose of
studying te double stars.
The Lamont telescope has been con-
structed and designed under Dr.
Hlussey's supervision in the University
observatory. It has been under con-
struction for more than fifteen years
and is the largest refracting telescope
that has ever been sent on an astron-

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omical expedition, having a clear ap-
ertnre of 27 inches. $ts value is
more than $100,000.
The telescope was forwarded to
South Africa two weeks ago. Dr.
Hlussey believes that the telescope
will reach South Africa before 1)
Rlossiter and he arrive, so that they
will be able to begin their work im-
mediately upon arrival.

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KIEV-The Ukranian "government
has approved the plans of Hugh
Cooper, American engineer, for the
conistrulction of a $60,000,000 hydro-
electric plant on the Dnieper river.

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More Coronas
are used in College
than any other
make of portable
Before the days of Corona :
most college work was writ-
ten, by hand. Now every-
thing is typewritten.
You'll find Coronas at work
in every college in~ the world.
More are in use today than
all other 'makes of portables
combined.
Come in and see the latest
model. It is the last word'
in portable typewriters.
Standard, four-row key-
board, wide carriage, twelve
yard ribbon-more like big
mnachines than any othe~r
portable. Price only $60.
We also have some =bar-
gains in used -typewriters of
all makes.
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D)ealer: 1. C. Smiith and
Corona Ty'3pewriters, Inc.
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WILL BROADCAST iIANAstRI2i TIznsl , AT MAR TINVSBURG
Mosty Rep ,Iic n Those wishing to try out for Pro. 11. F. Goodrich returned yes-
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<New York, Oct. 7.-More eminent report at the intramural office Va., where he addressed, Friday, the
> ? a::" mericans are Republicans that Dm- 4 in Waterman gymnasium any day cn venion11of the W. Va. St ate Isar
clock, i vas, "The Work of the American Law
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..: coming ~iseof the toualstuofa e Ap-W
plied Psychology. ofinoratonTO),kY AND TOMOR4ROW
Takng or issource o nomto
thelaestisueof Who's Who in{
v AmricaProfessor Kitson selected 1,-
000 ame of en fairly representativeky
of he ota ofabout 23,000 nam es of W
numer id otacknowledge any po -
exicai ton.Of the biographicsWI l-
examned635did not mnton politica81
party. Some may withhold mention
for diplomatic reasons, says Professor
Kitson, while maany are likely to, be
indIependent) voters; but it is, most
probable that the larger number fal l
AL R H.S w ' Iin o t e ca s o no -oe s th t itRegent of the University, who willj is estimated nunthbers about fifty per
be the first speaker on the Michigan1 cent of the entire population.
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