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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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200-INCH REFLECTING TELESCOPE Alumnus Is Elected Ann Arbor Has Most
WILL BE EREC TED IN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles Judge Michigan students are either t
What will be the largest tele- scope is the 100-inch reflector on moreaefficient and busier, or they o
scope ever made, twice as big and Mount Wilson, Cal. The 200-inch Hon. Myron Westover '95L Receives for Ann Arbor has the largest num-
four times as powerful as the pres- reflector, as large as the floor of Large Majority Of Votes 'ber of phones per capita of any i
p a good-sized room, will have four At Recent Porimary cit in the United States, it has
ent greatest nstrument, wi times the power of the 100-inch. Arbeen disclosed by officials of the
erected on some yet undesignated A possible auxiliary, the an- At the recent primary in Cali- Michigan Bell telephone company.
Californian mountain top. It will neuncement says, is a 40-foot fornia, Hon. Myron Westover, '95L, This means in the world also, as
be a 200-inch reflector. Michelson s t e l l a r interferometer was elected judge of the Superior foreign countries can not compare
Announcement of this plan, one mounted on the telescope. This in- Court of the County of Los Angeles, with this country in the volume
of the most dazzling steps in astro_ strument measures the diameter by a large majority. There are of service by telephones.}
nomical research in many years, of stars. Existing telescopes have thirty-eight judges on this court What effect the auto ban or the
was made recently, and two of the been large enough to permit neas- which is the largest and busiest usual rainy Ann Arbor weather has
outstanding aims were outlined. ctrement of only a few star diam- county court in the United States. upon the matter can not be ascer-
One is the capacity to detect mil- eters, and the doubled capacity of Judge Westover, who has been tained, but it is not believed that
lions of celestial bodies never seen the new instrument opens a field serving as a judge of the Municipal! telephone conversations have yet
before. The other is an organiza- of spectacular possibilities, court of Los Angeles, is now sitting -
tion of national scope of scientist One measurement hoped for is in the Superior court by request tIlIIlllttIIl illIBlillll9 'l @El:llIItld!I
and business men to insure maxi- that of the binary stars, which are and upon pro-tem appointment. A R C A D
mum results. two suns close together, revolving Six other Michigan men are at - T H E A T R E -
The announcement was made y about each other. Such measure- present sitting on the bench of the 2 -
the California Institute of. Teclh-I ments are believed to hold one of same court including, Hon. William Today Only
nology, to which the International the secrets of how worlds are cre- T. Aggeler, '93L; Hon. Harry R.B AA U
Education board has made an ap- ated. Archbald, '02L; Hon. Frank C. Col- BRYANT WASHBURN
propriation to build the telescope The building of the reflector has Tier, 'OIL; Hon. Ruben S. Schmidt, 2 in
and laboratories and provide for its been undertaken by the General '03L; Hon. Clair S. Tappan, '98L, ' A Bit of Heaven I
operation. The Carnegie institu- Electric company. , and Hon. Victor R. McLucas, '05L. ___ t_____e__en__
tion of Washington, and the Mount Comed News
Wilson observatory are co-ope'ra- -
ing.- Tonight is
The present world's largest tele- Presentation Night 1
SO N C -0 0 F! 'll~-ER.LANSON STUDY IN1TG FLORA tb IH &FREE-GIFTS--FREE
O NORT T IN O A Get Your Coupons Daily for
the Arcade Theatre
ESTABLISHED 1-843 Scholarship
Carl 0. Erlanson of the botany GOOD NEWS
department has prrived at Copen- Next Week-Nov. 4-10 ;
hagen, Denmark, following a con- , Is
siderable period of research in 1SCIE NIFC REVIVAL WEEK
Northern Greenland, says a dis- Complete change of pro
patch to The New York Times. LABORATORY dram every day for seven
Dr. Erlanson, who is absent on IL 1"''E'standieg productions from
leave from the University, will re- Metro Goldwyn Studios
main in Copenhagen about a during the 1928 season.
month to compare his conclusions -2 . ETr i
on the flora of Greenland with the 200-202 E. LIBERTY ST. Our Policy:a
material accumulated by the Bo- Matinees Evenings
tanical Museum of the University 10c, 20c 10c, 20c, 30c
of Copenhagen.

Phones Per Capita
aken the place of automobile rides,

Detroit Theaters

)r the other form of dates.
Numerous sorority houses have
installed two phones.
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CASS THEATRE
Prices:-Nights 81 to $3.85; Wed.
Mat. $1 to $2; Sat. Mat. $1-$2.50
ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN
"Golden Dawn"
SHUBERT
LAFAYETTE
"Nobody's Girl
'Evenings, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00
Thurs. Mat. 50c to $2.00; Sat.
Mat. 50c to $2.50

It is just seven and one-half
blocks from the Campus to
THE RAE.
Walking is healthy.

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for the outstanding
dramatic events of years.
SEND IN YOUR MAIL ORDERS NOW

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TilE NEW YORK
Presenting Four Distinctively Different
Recent New York Guild Successes at the
WHITNEY THEATRE
WED. EVE. George Bernard Shaw's Comedy-
NOV. 14- "THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA"
MON. EVE. "TIE SECOND MAN"
NOV. 19- Society Comedy by S. N. Behrman.
WED. EVE. A Bootlegging Dramatic Comedy-
NOV. 28- "NED McCOBB'S :DAUGHTER"
MON. EVE. By Sidney Howard.
DEC. 3- St. John Ervine's Grppinig Drama-
"JOHN FERGUSON"

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SEX - - STRIFE
SOLDIERS - - PASSION
THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY
"THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT"
Starring
BELLE BENNETT
with a Brilliant Cast
A great human drama-based on the greatest thing in the
world - LOVE! As sweetheart, wife and mother - the incom-
parable Belle Bennett gives the finest individual performance
ever recorded for the screen. So raelistically does she portray
the emotions of a woman from girlhood to old age that she holds
you spellbouri throughout this marvelous production.

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Sale of Season Tickets Closes Nov. 3.
Regular Reserved Seat Sale for Single,
Performances Monday, Nov. 5.
Box Office-Print and Book Shop
521 E. Jefferson Phone 21081

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IKINOGRAMS
"hWorld in Pictorial' Form"
K~arl Wiederholds
M ICH IGAN ORCHESTRA
Showes Start Dal.-.0
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