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The Michigan Daily, 1927-04-28

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_______THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NO1 YA .lt19iL~.O ' ~i''r f 10,arCte1Llritr relIE WILL, BARISTONVRRNGESNBuilding Of AnellpHalaObsevatoryi dn 19o8,and te )funit, th
ru~~~~rn~ iiw lhTA AI OVNIN sLatest Astronomical Dc'velo pent pf~l. Aditions tthe qipment , in1-

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- elude a thir ty-soven and one-half inch
Comnplction of the tfirst unit of the 'der with Ienry~ Fitz, of : ew York, refle'cting telescope, a fh)Ur-ifl c(onl(t-
Anelhall observation laboratory for an equiatoriaxlly -j mounted refract- seek r, a n ber of cl~c , and chrron-
ink; tCIECS(Ope of not. less than twelive onmeters, an din thc Students olmerya-
mark anoher tep n th prore1 inches aperture. This inst rument was' tory, a. six-inch equa toria Mly mounted
of the astronomy department of the !1tohe sxplic'ed at. a cost, of 4;.()00, m
$Univerisity. rcfi aetoz c itlr -n h tr sti-
s ~ and at the time, of its installation
YThe first building, still an actixve tleewielr w eecpso htstininent. A c:emmea his been azttache~d
Qmunit of the department, was erected to the six-nhteso.Anaeue
I-, 73years ago on what is now Gliser- t oflagt';e't1(.ses1ilot;icael laborat~ory hlas alsobei
f~s < . vatory hill. The funds for this obxser-' Many additions have been made to equipped sinrce the founding of thle oh -
vatory and its eqipment; were, in the. the original buildling andc to the deC- servatory. and a library andc a mnet e :-
xo n~ qimn.aemain, donated lby. Detroit citizens, 1aielts rgi} eup'it A dli- ological statiou ar now incxiudl in
.:: land in honor of the men who made r trsrwec, ur ' o e the depar.tmnxzt.
r to~lfclassar:-, it bev- Te.-:i: ......its est ablishment possible, the Inew tcooialass:n a n bera ielates.t za ddition I to the (leaT-
observatory was named "Detroit Ohl- ;tory \Vor k-shop),and 0 tudens' oh- went i's the ent lw comii ed first
sec' /atory". The success of the f-Sex x atcl'Y are amoang the mxany addli-1 'unit of the astronomical1 labor atory
4nancia~l end of itq fonlnding is ( Ii tios. to the buildings of th'e depart - ;on Angell hall. During the past year
largely- to Henry N. Walker,, cit- meit. lii addition to these, what i ; the fifth floor of t,,, building has
izenx of IDet roit Who was very maclh now thle principal b~uildling was erect- be ie vrt h srnm o
r'inter~stecd in aiding the UTniversi t. el_adjoining the original observatorypaiet
Undcer his able leadership the $15,000
funld fromx the Detroit. citizens was
raised) acd the B~oard of Regents fur-YP I A T ' M LCOER
nished an adiina .7.0'00 in order to Y SL N IN R A O C R
meet the inxitial cost of $22,000 for the COURSE
Ioriginal building and equipment. G~:Pti'hI;i:iREI VS lc in
In the beginning it was intended to , Flute~~lor
Fnital au ran eemtrs 104' the ,Aunxer- buy a large telescope only and pro-
ican Legion convention to be hel next; vide a building for it, but W~ie liberal- w
epnhe inIasarben maeity of the cifizenis of Detroit soon! Basch. Soniatat - Beethioven Serenade
abodbMae ~ ~itintoa fade it evident that the plan coul Old English 11 aurpsic cordi Piees
aadtan Jfates FLeg tnaio.nany le-be enlarged to include what was then TNIHT APRKIL 28 - 8:00 1..31" SINGL1E SEAT S9 $4.
bens 'are expected to make the tip to regardede as the equtipmnent of a coin- ___________ _____________________________
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Eurpe peztobevatory easurdDr
Henry Y. Tappan ,President of the
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February

15, 1927.

We believe that the art traditions of Ann Arbor have been invaluab.ly

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dominant position in the annals of great institutions. Each year, I, person-
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you have even excelled your high stand of well-rounded programs.
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