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A number of immigrants will be on hand the afternoon of the 23rd of November to watch the meeting of the Crimson and the Blue, but the star gazers up at the University Observatory will be concentrating on the meeting of the sun and the moon, which they announce will occur at approximately the same time.
Exactly 90 minutes before the kickoff, assuming good visibility and good passing conditions, a large bite will be taken out of Old Sol, although the astronomers promised no detectable loss of light for those anxious to anticipate evening conditions.
They warned against amateur examination of the solar phenomenon without proper protection for the eyes such as a pack of dark photographic negatives or smoked glasses about the capacity of a Mount Vernon bottle.
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