It was the original intent to have all of the bells photographed and copies placed in the base of the tower for visitors inasmuch as the inscription and detail would not be dis-cernable when placed in the tower. However, the best plans of men often go astray it seems, and ironicly enough, after many months of waiting and considerable discussion as to the responsibility for installing the bells, a sudden decision to do so was made and two bells were in place before a photographer got to the scene to photograph the remaining two. The bells pictured here--"Vitutem Agite" (Practice Virtue) and "Sapientiam Capite" (Gain Wisdom) represent the two intermediate bells. The smallest bell "Scientiam Discite" (Learn Understanding) and the largest bell "Deum Amate" (Love God) complete the "quartet." The largest bell weighs approximately 1,000 lbs. and the total combined weight is approximately one ton.