The New York Times' Catherine Rampell recounts Shapley's work from way back (at least for me) in the 1950s.
If the police suspect that Henfrey is at Shapley, then they'll visit the place and have a decided haul.
Dr. Shapley's suggestion, in any event, is not to search for heat but for facts.
She knew that he was at Shapley and looked it up in the telephone directory.
Allied to the preceding hypothesis is Shapley's nebular hypothesis.
The earth's interior, Dr. Shapley said, is the "third dimension" of geography.
Presently the car turned into the gravelled drive, and Hugh found himself at Shapley.
But the reason I wanted to get in touch with you is that the police went to Shapley.
Until six o'clock he waited, when, in blank despair, he mounted beside Mead again and drove back to Shapley Manor.
Eddington and Shapley advocate the theory of a mechanical pulsation of the star as most plausible.