Realm of Science December 20th 1913
Rigge, William F., S.J.
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First Paragraph: While wireless telegraphy may justly be called one of the greatest inventions of our day, its use has spread so rapidly and its manipulation is mastered by so many youthful amateurs, that it behooves every educated person to be acquainted with its principles and to understand its most essential instruments. The recent installation of a wireless receiving outfit at the University, and its employment in the redetermination of the longitude of the Observatory, are the occasions of the present article.