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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - July 11, 1935, Frederick, Maryland                                nmniCK POTT, nzDZiiCE, MD TBOUDAT MOBBITO, 11, GALAXY STARS IN MILKY WAY 70'000 Oair.p Cleveland Scientists Qire Deocrip- tion Of Enormity Of Celestial Body. rt Way gaixy, of which SUE la placets ccestittites oc-y one of bil- of stars, a a roughly ercular disk ahoa: 200.000 light years in di- ameter and Ught-years in thickness, containing aboct 200.000.- COO.OOO stars, of winch the solar sys- tem may be a fair average. Bach is the stmcwre of oar own galaxy, only one of an estimate of galaxies of which the physical universe is constituted, is !t is pictured. In the light cf the latest astronomical by Dr. J. S. PUsken, of the Canadian Dcnun- Observatory, in the annual report of the Smithsonian Institution for 1933, which has lust been issued. The sun is about Ugnt-years from the center of the disk, or a little less one-fourth the way from the center to the edge. Dr. Plaskett sates. This is a jolt to man's origi- nal egocentric conception of his own corner of the universe as being located at its very csnter. Surrounding the "disk." but at vast distances frora its edge and ing cluster of "guardian attend- are great globular aggregations of stars which constitute an essential part of the system. The stars are thickest around a. center of gravity in the Constellation of Sagittarius, which is the centre of the "Disk" itself, and thin out toward the edges. Kerolrinjr At Terrific Speed. The whole "disk" with its 000.000 stars is revolving around this centre of gravity in Sagittarius at a speed, cf abc-.it 200 Jriltszeters a sec- ond, nearly times faster than j man ever has traveled on the earth. So vast are the dimensions of "The Dr. Plaskett states, that it requires about years for the sun to make a single revolution. It has raade only five or six revolu- tions during the entire span of geo- logic time on earth. The space between the stars is not empty, it has been found, but is filled with an extremely tenuous "cosmic dust." the presence of which is detected by its effect on the spec- tra of starlight passing through it. The speed of rotation cf any part of the the report states, de- pends on its distance from the centre. Thus the speed of rotation of a star of Ught-years nearer the centre than the sun is about 355 kilometers a second. Five thousand light-years farther away it is about 265 kilo- meters a second the galaay is actually ro- tating has been for some years a mat- ter of conjecture among astronomers because of the extremely complicated apparently orderless movements of different parts of the system. Dr. Plaskett, however, considers that the case is now proved because of the ac- cumulation of evidence from diverse lines. He presents six arguments for the contention. The present status of man's knowl- edge regarding the contents of space Itself is summarized in the report by Dr. Charles G. Abbot, secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. Space filled With Cosmic Gas. Space, Dr. Abbot states, has been found within recent years to be per- vaded with a. cosmic gas which prob- ably is made ap of atoms of all the of Tbe Off, ftmtbizt the eAMKtoa. Dr. tKbtg Jobnc Hopknu Monday and Tuetdajr suonuotc to ministers and Mon- day alcht to the entire aMtmbly, left A muakale under direction of MdJL-n. Jr, of Hactniowo. VM fivn Tuesday IB Irod- bcck HalL Wednesday night. Dr. MMk Depp, pastor of St. Mark's M. E cfcttrcb. Baltimore, spoke at 740 P- m. oa the steps of CoMecti "ftdertiae." ft vcApcr jcfvlec ducUd there by iCitt Martha Stoutftr. WasbuBftoo. A banquet iaod "Ulan cfcht' erect will be 'held Thursday n'-ghr. with a large i cumber of persons parunpaucg IB tbe profnuxL. Appronmaieiy 120 persons remain ia attendance at the school and are eoroUed in the courses. General elementary course, religious j education of nursery. children, kindergarten, praaary, junior, inter- j young people aad adult Headers groups, chares school super- intendents aad other counts, the round table conference, >ouns peoples' leaders advanced va.lt. interpretation !ac4 the eJesaentarv leaders con- ference. Rev John C. is cf' :h; State police found Baltimore trucks pulled oS the road and dam- State Felice Convoy Tntrax. Baltimore, Jcly 10 trucks by a Baltimore 'press Crra nere by a 'squadron of polas? today after a coaungrnt of surging truck- _ 'drivers froro Ycrt. Pa. curing :be and CXOW 1 EAT ucnmbers Cpeel ttt JUTy BEU-ANS Seventy thousand baseball fans, a record attendance for the American-National Leagues' all-star game, were packed into the Cleveland Stadium to provide this colorful scene when junior loop's registered iu third straight victory over its National League rivals in the midsummer classic, by a 4-1 count. Despite threatening weather, the reserved seat sections are shown jammed with spectators, with thousands in the bunting-draped upper 1 stands. Putting Harder Problem Up To Batter in Time for Summer Vacations..? ummer Sale! S DRESSES Special Purchases of BRAND NEW Fashions and Dresses From Our Regular Stock t VALUES to 5.95 VALUES to 7.95 Mel Harder gets tne :rcrn tne catcaer, rears back, ana throws a sharp breaking curve. Harder, star ot Cleveland Indians, generally is considered the best right-handed pitcher in the American League. The New Deal In WASHINGTON To Tip Over Cherry Bowl elements. One element which can be Congressmen! They Try detected aad the amount of which can be roughly measured is calcium As- suming that this element exists in about the same proportion to other elements as It does to the composi- tion of ths earth, the density of this cosmic gas can be calculated. There is approximately one gram of it in 300 septrillioa cubic centimeters, taken on an average. This represented by the figure 1 followed by twenty-six nphers. Ordinary air at sea level and at 0 degrees centigrade contains molecules per cubic cenitrneter. a volume ap- proximately that of bacfcgamraon dice. There must be vast expanses of j -aces has added greatly to the ranks space between these extreauy diffused gas atoms which are actually "empty." This, Dr. Abbot points out is a condi- tion probably to most minds. Yet even in the densest matter there is "errrotv space." be- tween the nuclei and tae electrons of careers require an heiress in the fam- ily. The numerous heiresses who' make their debuts here would think twice about that tax, Cannon believes, CONFERENCE PROGRESSES Or. Mark Depp Is Speaker. At Hood Wednesday Ths third annual session of the and the young diplomats would be so Summer school of Religious Edu- handtcepped that e-.en young con- of Baltimore Conference, gressman might iiave a look-in. Methodist Episcopal church, held at i Hood College July 6 to 13, is pro- TVould This Be Tough: gressicg with study courses during Yegg's bill would make army and (tns day and special features at For Diplomats And Army navy officers on duty in rash; Officers Joe Aches aafonnsl f" da-v 'wear cvuliars clothes ana in that Loose His Sunday Punch I disguise. Young insats, flood the capi- At Huey's Eye Capital! cocktail lounges and country Has New Crime Cure It's Let 'Em Gamble. By RODNEY DUTCHER Washington. Jjly period of taxation roaneuvers, counter-maneu- vers, tncfc plays, femis. and about- The ministers' round table con- ference, one of the outstanding groups of th school, was led Wednes- oay morning by Bishop Win. Fraser investigadons. Dr. of tnose inhabitants here who stand firmly convinced that they are living in what is technically known as a bughouse. Tne kindest fnends of the adminis- tration wish you would blame it all on the notorious local heat. Low-tninaecf persons who always the atoms. Spectroscopic Abbot explains, strong support to the bel.ef that in addition to this cosmic gas there is throughout space a very tenuous cosmic dust made up of minute material particles. redistribution of its burdens. Beyond the physically measurable j Congressman Raymond Cannon of of the usivers there is plenty (Wisconsin is undertaking to add an of room, left for the concepts and i element of misery to the lives of the speculations of the philosophic and i foreign diplomats here and Congress- I Says Young: "My bill would re- veal all the loafing among them, i Civilians would be amazed and tax- I payers outraged when they saw the j hundreds of officers in uniform. They i would insist that the officers be or-1 dered into active service." Hold That Line. Joe! For years. Senate Majority Leader Joe Robinson has been privately assur- ing his fnends that he would like to take a sock at Huey Long. This yen comes on Joe in great surges when j Huey familiarly puts his arm around' Joe on the Senate floor. j Robinson's candidacy for the tf. S Supreme Court requires a certain dig- j like to see the privileged classes get a kick in the pants are. 'however, enjoy- mty and he thus far has held off. I I ing a couple of developments on the j But day may be approaching, side which give some promise of rnak- When Roosevelt's soak-the-rich tax j ing capital more bearable through a message was being read. Huey eased j over, put his arm around his ancient i enemy's shoulder, and asked: j "How do ya like it. "Go way from me. or 111 black your eye'" growled Joe, who didn't like it' You'll Find the New Books In KEMP'S Lending Library Right off the press. Hun- dreos of to caooee frora. Come find tne book you want to read here. Any book that we don't have well get for you. Murder :or Breakfast Peter Hunt and one of the most striking of such fznsn Steve Young of-Ohio ha? a da.- jat specnlaticss is presentee! by Professor jbohcal scheme amesl at tne aray o3-' But Huey Just laughed and repeat- E. A. Miine. of Oxford University, who j cers. jeg the performance a bit later, with: strives to explain the phenomenon i j g0in- now> cf the ezpasLns universe without re- Just A Bowl of Cherries j "Lay oft me, or m black both your ta ra'ie- These two groups are the envy of'.eyes'." rnssefi gathering us Havjne h'-t'e io beyond himself as :f about to spring, po'.o, golf, tennis, and an occasional! Huey just hept on laughing. Bat few turns m a swivel chair, trie? re, he didn't corne back alwajs invited to the best parties, j experience behind it EEd in front of They "re the only fellows who nave Lei the Bones Ron W.I.T ultimate as Its goal, time to go and the only or.es who if Roosevelt backed up the men who ye; the world as a whole can not be have time to change their clotaes. run the affairs of the District of Co- j said to decay. -heir clothes never get lumbia, the capital would have legal- j "Creation never recedes into the j mussy. so they seldom have to change ized gambling. past: it is only just, beyond the limit obvious item of unfair1 corape'a-; Both District Commissioner Melvin Um- Hazen and Police Chief Ernest W. Diplomats would be tbe espec.al. Brown have agreed with Congressman mates. "The Professor Milne states.' "has a continuing system. each par- ticle or nebula has an evolutionary of observability in our own present Time advances for each separate ob- server, but the universe as a whole victims of Congressman Cannon's bill, j William Schulte of Indiana, during aa knows no definite at an assigned etest. Each observer may legiti- mately count himself, and will in reckon himself, as the world's oldest inhabitant" whici wea' v vn..t j VJVAAU1LC Ul ,LliU ULUlUK   Son John Xrsklne The Kanchsr's Heveage MAX Brand Love. Honor aad Deceire Soekey TSe Puritan Slra'n Baldwin Lover's No More Join 3c A DAY it all you pay! KEMP'S VALUES to 10.95 Women's and SIZES! You've months to enjoy these stunning Sum- mer not one minute to lose if you want to get your share of these EXTRAOR- DIXAHY SAVINGS! We've included every kind of dress you could possibly want for la- cation and the ''dozens and one" other sum- mer occasions. 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