THE MICHIGAN DAILY
U' Receives Cyclotron's Magnet Core
as low as $'995
BEAVER'S BIKE & HARDWA
CYCLOTRON MAGNET DELIVERED-A truck transports a 310-ton magnet core for the Univer-
sity's new cyclotron to the site of a new North Campus nuclear laboratory. Installation is scheduled
to begin next'week for the giant magnet, which will be used by University physicists to study the
nuclei of heavy elements. The cyclotron will be operational in 1963.
605 Church St.
energy cyclotron which is now
located in the basement of the
physics department's Randall La-
Also being built on North Cam-
pus at the present time is a new
building to house the Institute of
Scienct and Technology 'offices
and several laboratories for it.
1ST is at present scattered in
various offices and labs through-'
out lhe Central and NorthrCam-
pus buildings and at Willow Run
Laboratories, which were incor-
porated intot it by the Regents this
632 Packard St.
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SIR HUGH FOOT-LAST GOVERNOR OF CYPRUS
will speak on
"THE BREAKDOWN OFCOLONIALISM AND THE
FORMATION OF A NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS"
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13.. 8:00 P.M.
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YOUR COLLEGE BOOKSTORE
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This is a Satyr -half'
INTERNATIONAL BROTHER PROGRAM
Michigan men, here is your opportunity to become an Ameri-
can Brother to an International Student. You may build a last-
ing friendship while helping him adjust to campus life. If
you are interested in this Michigan brand of personal diplo-
macy, fill out this form and send or bring it to the International
Who used as a gimmick the famed Pipes of
A type of Classic Hidde< Persuader
His tunes lured men from Earth to the Na(
And no young Greek could help but succumb
From the Peloponnese to Actrium
But We've invoked the ancient Muse
To direct his talents to a Sanctioned use
Now when you hear the pipes sound gaily
You'll be helplessly drawn to the Michigan L
Arbor by Thursday, Feb. 16. For additional information call
the Michigan Union Student Offices.
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