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TwoE tar liii3fiii*a o<, iil Be MQII~ult- wI"th ;, , ia.14.t l .;c)pc.s,, setz4, 'rece ,ntiy in the observatory :shop anid
eo! 13,a hoof Of i.erary Biiildi qig n o r s i"_i instrumneant.s.,Aod_' havd~ e main m ore years of use- 1 ir, ar ie <44 : e a ~u ,t o a g r u p r u n s
- en( a< s together wtha spectro- ii 4it' Alaralus tii
Two rklvolvingl;d(nies, eyach 24 feet) tico-e and mrany smaller piece, of ai)- ; Th :roziacZal instrum 'nts to baye
in diameter, will be erected on the pa-,tUS, have be.en lluse inI this lab- irnile(l in Angell hall, useful as theyt
roof of Angell 'hall during the next oratory to,' a Y _. r. However, for sa, will 1) , Cnstitizte less than half' of theI
feneesaid a muoderns refractinlg isfactury t:>escope observai ions it' cq ai,): it for wI: .rii p2ovi ionl has
telesc _ope wGill b:elmontFed under one; has beyn necessary for classes to bceer m:ade in then laboratory and for
of these domes andA a Zenlith telescope' journey to the obwiwaVftory. Tihene N; W xvb i the astroncoziy (lepu rtnzt has
,will be; erected in an adwja.cent roomr, telsacopeCs will fill a serious need and n.. rtt srn tmewihi
Doean John l,. Effinger, of hite liter- permit the observing pro,-manmt to 1t.tW z ; 'etaed e!15-iii. reflector is
ary colleg e, announcedl yesterday af- carried out rnoi e efficientiy and with _:li .1~. An a:; ,onomical transit,
ter he hadre ceived ani outline of the: out the interference with the oi)se)> fr: v IUchi a ho an; and shutter inl 1lhe
j) a'.s from a Prof. Rt.11. Curtiss, of the i vatory's work. ,r'C ' has ben1;eoi po 'ded, is e Ir need-
astro nom:y departme nt. I The niw 10-in, telescope that i, to ed. 1,n oddi i, a trrote p~ies oil?
When these instruments are in-t be mounzited'in Angell hall is notable: the ,,; ef ru.iace h"ve been preparedc
sleinne-,Fate plans for thne equip- ini sev~ral ways. The tube is "-5 feet to io'eiv e a solar telescop~e which1
me,"at of the aastronomical laboratory long. The mount ink;, exc pt for the i ll ,raflect i, lht uto thle laboratory i
in 'Angull hail will be realized, ac-j tube itself, is a duplicate of that of', b).,. ;' wgm ani:nag of tile sun
cordinig to Professor Curtiss. The es- the Cornell 15-in. refr actor. It is; anl; will be fe.: med. It i ipoped b~y Pro--
tablishzment of this laboratory markis "oversized" stru~ctu~re which may Ibe"essor ('artiss that three instruments
one step in the removal of the pres-) expecied to stand up under many might be secure, in thae near future.
cuat Univer sity 'ob~servatory. The years of constant, use. It was built; When the y are a:h0ecl S the eqipiment
buiiingat the corner of Ann and as a personal favor at thle ;olicitation! installed this inoith2, students ini theI
-Ob, Orvtaory sTeets, oposite the new cof the late Professor Fiusrsey by the astroniomy deopartment 11t ill enjoy
Unsit y f'hospital, has been a coin- I W rn r and Swzey companyof's: acilities --tha thy have long been
lmIterofan astronomical laboratory, tCleveland, mkers f te oldsdemied awd the University will pos-
an office building, and an observing; greatest refracting telescopes, buti sess anl asti onocal teaching labc-
station. 'The first of these functions now not engaged in this kind of man-i oratory which will rot be' excelled
will now be transferred to Angell hall, ufacturing. The 10-in, lens was on~e by any University, in the (Ipinioln of
except for visits by classes to the; of the last large objectives made ley Professor Curtiss.
observatory on nights when the 10 in. J. B. McDowell, who died in 1923 The new domies have been con-
telescope in Angell hall is inadequate while at work on the 27 1-2 inch lens I pletedI in Pittsburgh by the .1. W.
to take care of the work. It is hoped for the University. This 10-in, lens is ; ecker company. They are to be (is-
by Professor Curtiss that an observing i the gift of. R. P. Lamnont and is valued assembled at once and shipped here..
station will soon b~e estalblished on the G at $2,500.- It was tak~en by Professor The dome and telescope parts will be
new site already purchased near Por-! Hussey to Africa in 1023 and was then Itransported by truck to a point be-
tage lake.( thoroughly tested by him and pro-; tween Angell and Mason halls from
Need New Teleseaopes nounced excellent. Obviously, this which they will be lifted mnore than
The entire fifth floor of Angell hall instrument is one of the best of its 100 feet to their position ill the tin-
is -,t present occupied as a laboratory aperture to be found anywhere.! islied structures.
by the astronomy department and thej The zenith telescope has been a A crew of steel workers fronm Pitts-
large flat. roof above is used for ob-. part of the observatory equipment for; burgh will handle the erection of the
nervations of the heavenly bodies "inany years. It has been renovated domes under the expert who has been

i;-,Iractedl esp~ecially to take every,
precauition to safeguard the build-
ing against; damage. W. AlI. Roth of
[he Punilhiagsr and CGrounds department'
is >x1a p ecr din g Qthefinal pr'epara-
:i of lie w ,ails which ar.e to sup-
Port the dome:. fH. J. Colliau, whio
~A U 1W'La.zont refractor, will
install the new telescope and repre-
sent the observatory during the erec-
Lion of the domes.
The period of construction is e -
pecel by Professor Curtiss to be a
brief o e. lDuring the work poles and
guy roues will appear on the root
of Angell hall. Several tons of steel
beamsy and castings will be hoisted
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be lifted over the high parapet to a

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