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Organization of Womi
Included in Pi
Convening at 3 o'c
the architectural lec
its first meeting of
plans for the coming s
Among the projects
Paul F. Jernegan, 29A
the organization, ann
day, are the publicati'
journal, the organiz
women of the school,
of prominent archite
associated with art t
finally, the holding
, K UNIVERSITY-OWNED OBSERV' TOURYSuccess has already been above the street level, and s; sit-
IN AFRICA'WAS GIFT E QF4 LUAMONJ stars have been discovered, many uated that it is entirely shielded
__more than Prof. Hussey found in from any light from the city.
Few students realize that the burgh, and taken to Africa to help a lifetime of research. Perhaps this This is a branch of the observa-
J U UI -L University is the owner of the larg- set up this proosed observatory is due to the remarkable location of tory here at Ann Arbor, and works
U r ih e ts pthe observatory, for out of 365 con- under its direction. Three univer-
est refractory telescope in the This lens, a very modern one, is secutive nights, 310 were clear sity graduates, Prof R. A. Rossiter,
en, Prominent southern hemisphere. This observ- now being used for the telescope enough for observation. The build- Mr. Morris K. Jessup, and Mr.
Smokers, atory, located at Bloemfontein, Or- that is at present in the Angell ing itself was erected on a hill or Henry F. Donner are carrying on the
rojects ange Free State, Africa, 7,000 miles Hall observatory. plateau inside the city, 300 feet research at Bloemfontein.
away, was the gift of Sec. R. P. La- The untimely death of Prof. Hus-
lock today in mont, a member of Presid sey set the expedition back some-
wure room, in Hoovers cabinet and a graduate oi what, but soon it was under way
the year, the the University. and by the spring of last year the
will discuss Mr. Lamont first became inter- observatory was complete. The tele-
season. ested in astronomy during his scope was equipped with a 27-inch
for this year school days through his old class-; lens, at the cost of $25,000 alone,
, resident of mate, the late Prof. Hussey. Pro- lluligislf nldn h
ounced yester- fessor Hussey specialized in locat- dome, cost $50,000 and the mount-
on of a school ing double stars and in 1926, with ing for the instrument which was
'atin ofthethe aid of Mr. Lamont, prepared to
atnon ofth the id l r aotpeae obuilt by the University is estimated M ICHIOAN s PU ,DUE
the securing d the African observatory for to be worth $65,000.
cts and men the sole purpose of carrying on this LAFAYETTE, IND. OCTOBER 12
o speak, and work.
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