Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 11, 1972 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 11, 1972
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JM Alien Boning Telegraph Monday, Sept. 11, 1972 L6AViN<S ON ANOTHER TRIP TO CHECK OUT ANi>,. I WILL BE ViSiTiN£ By Ltjrry Lewis STOP TfLLiMv? E TIN5 TO CHECK OUT today's FUNNY AMANDA PANDA By Marcia Course Of\l& THOUSAND- COMFUCIUS SAV^ BOWL, 6AMe*- AJD T/M3i TO MOOSE By Bob Weber WELL SOON PINO OUT. MOOSE.' \ THE STICK \ OUT OF THE WAY... >/ xsnu. SAY I DON'T N660 GLASSES, MOLLY.' LETTER OMTH CHART RZDE PCIMZO VTMPOEXTI Than* to Mrs. Mnrjoric A. Farley' Forgo, N. Dak. Cc) 1972 b» NEA, hie. Today's FUNNY will pay $1.00 for each original "funny" used. Send gogt to- Today's FUNNY, 1200 West Third St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113. THE WIZARD OF ID Parker and Hart I / I SUFPK'-Se' A / i/MUST /IN I TC- —- till IT f/W TORN SET ARE SOU WHEN WILL. NOD By Winslow Mortimer THE NURSE HAS GONE,MR. (MANCHESTER- TOOK A KIPTC> THE CLINIC- HERE FIJI ,V\E'.. ^ /' OUJHANK ( l'/M AFRAIP'I .' V c'AMT WALK DAVID CRANE KEUIiY DRAKE By Alfred Andriohi /AFTER HEARING AVON TORN POWN "THE CALVPSO KID" FOR A PATE.. SMIDGENS TIGER I 6ROWUP\ I'M 6o\ti6 TO BE A ) POLITICIAN i J THE SRHTH FARIDLY Bv A. LKOKUM WHO INVENTED THE THKIlPrlOMETEK? Win The Now Book of Knowledge (20 volumns). Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper, include Zip Code. In case of By Bob Cordray fl "I 1 ' c \ ;' \° questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: RANDY PUR YEAH, 14, Austin, Texas A thermometer i.s a devic.'o used to measure how hot o 1 ' cold something is. The liquid- filled thermometer is the kind we are most familiar with. It is used to measure your temperature or room temperature. Most liquid thermometers contain either mercury or colored- alcohol. Mercury thermometers are used for By Bud Blake scientific work because they are more accurate. When a liquid thermometer is taken from a cold location to a warmer one, the mercuiy or alohol expands. Therefore it rises in the stem. When the thermometer is moved to a colder place, the liouul contracts and so drops to u lower position. The first thermometer ol this type — using a liqu d sealed in a glass tube — i.s said to have been used by Ferdinand II of Tuscany a.s early as 16f)4. Alcohol was the liquid used. Galileo did use By >Ir. and Mrs, George Smith a thermometer before this time, but his kind did not have a sealed tube. In 1714, Gabriel Fahrenheit, a German instrument, maker, invented the nuTeiirv-in-glass thermometer. And he also invented the scale of te-n- perature that is known by his name. On the scale the freezing point of water is 32 degrees, ,md the boiling point of water is 212 degrees. A Swedish astronomer, A n d e r s Celsius, later ..LEFT/M CALL ITADISGUISE, GOES i,OR "PROTECTIVE SHOPPING..SCOIORING". I'VE JUAN 'N.C>OMEZ>{ MY IMASE/ j I'LL WFAR'FM.' 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