BLUE HILL OBSERVATORY SEES EIGHTY FOUR METEORS

Watehers at the Blue Hill Observatory one morning last week saw 84 meteors during the early hours of the morning last week saw 84 meteors during the early hours of the morning, it was learned yesterday from Dr. W. J. Fisher, "Meteor fisherman" of the Harvard College Observatory.

Last week the astronomers notified the public that the hours from midnight to dawn during the week of November 11 would be the best possible time to watch the sky for the return of the long lost Leonids, a shower of meteors which, due to appear most brilliantly in 1932 should begin to be visible this month.