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Observatory Will Conduct Four Open Nights This Fall

Short, Non-Technical Lectures Will Feature Program


"Open Nights" at the Observatory will be held this year on October 28, and 30, November 1, and 4 according to an announcement from the Bond Astronomical Club. There will be short non-technical lectures on astronomical subjects and telescopic observations whenever the weather will permit.

There is no charge for admission, but the feature has been so popular that applicants may receive tickets for only one night. It is necessary to send a self addressed envelope to "Open Nights", Harvard College Observatory, Cambridge to obtain the admissions and requests are only fulfilled to the capacity of the lecture room.

The first lecture is as follows:

Monday, Oct. 28-"Traffic Problems Among the Stars," Mr. Sidney W. McCuskey assistant in Astronomy.

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