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Tuesday, February 3, 1976
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

AP Photo
Thieves over the weekend left behind these paintings at the Palace of Popes in Avignon,
France. They stole 119 unsigned paintings by Picasso from the hall Saturday night after over-
powering three guards.

THE FERM
reached this co
monopoles wer

)ratory fails in search of
nge magnetic monopole
() - A search places additional serious con- magnetic monopole was the uni-
n water for the straints on the circumstances corn in the nuclear zoo. There FEA
metic monopole surrounding the detection of the were no strong reasons it could{I
National Accel- California - Houston event. At not exist and some suggestions
ry has failed to this time, the most prevalent that would have made it a use-
>f this "unicorn view among physicists is that fil object." -
o." The Fermi the California - Houston event NUCLEAR zoo is a long-used150C OFF O
ionopole - the was due to something other than description for the bewildering
magnetism and a magnetic monopole." array of particles deep within BETWEEN
quivalent of an The Fermi results were re- the nucleus of the atom. WEEKLY HOURS
- was prompt- ported yesterday to the joint an. The Fermi group used an ex- 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
t last summer nual meeting of the American isting "high magnetic field- 516 E. LIBERTY
f University of Physical Society and the Amer- electronic counter system" at
erkley and Uni- ican Association of Physics its lab, which contains the (COMING SO
ton physicists. Teachers by R. Carrigan, F. world's most powerful particle ____
g tracks left in Nezrick and B. Strauss of the accelerator.
ed aloft by a Batavia, Ill., laboratory. If any monopole entered the
mic ray experi- system, it would receive a pow- SPR N
n of physicists "T H I S EXPERIMENT," erful acceleration by a mag-
track they said the Fermi group added, "does netic coil and be kicked into a
a ad y a 1 not rule out the possibility that detection system of electronic CANARY ISLA
etic mdepbyeaa magnetic monopole may be counters where it would be Depart TWA on Sunday
~ticr mo ple found sometime, in some quickly stopped and detected, fast and Dinner Daily
rs greeted with
because if it place." the Fermi group said..ACAPULCO
The existence of magnetic A VOLUME of air. was
uld have a ma- monopoles was predicted in 1911 searched, as were drums of 450 Depart American Frid
oretical physics. by opys Bw Diracdute alln gall1nssorseawertaken from0(formerly Hilton) on Be
met with some y physicist B. Dirac, but all gallons of sea water taken from *Includes Roundtrip Air
lumber of alter- attempts to find one since then the Atlantic Ocean six miles off tions 7 Nights, Double t
ons for the ex- failed until the report from Bu- Long sland. "Sea water wasEA
ford Price and Edward Shirk of; used rather than fresh water," EU ROPEAN CI
tracks were of~tBerkeley and Zack Osborne the team said, "because it is Advance Book Charter
and Lawrence Pinsky of Hous- effectively older and could have Air Only. Nine days to
[I researchers ton. accumulated any monopoles ov-
onclusion: "No "Prior to this summer," the er a longer period. No mono-
e found. This Fermi researchers said, "the poles were found."CALL
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Tuesday, February 3
Day Calendar
WUOM: Davis Mugabe, Zimbabwe
African Nat'l Union, Zimbabwe:
'secret' war In Southern Africa;" K.
Barton Osborn, former CIA agent &
editor of Counterspy, "CIA War in
Angola," 10:10 am.
CEW: Marsha Clinkscales, 'tDiffer-
ences of Non-Verbal Behavior Be-
tween Blacks and Whites," 328
Thompson, noon.
Music School: String dept. recit-
al, Recital Hall, 12:30 pm.
Future Worlds: Rollo May, psy-
chologist, psychotherapist, "Chang-
ing Values in Future Society," Hill
Aud., 3 pm.
Spain Today Committee: "Cur-
rent Events in Spain," Commons
Rm., 4th flr., MLB, 3 pm.
Ctr. Study Higher Educ.: Arend
D. Lubbers, Pres., Grand Valley
State Colleges, "Present and Future
State of Innovation," 165 Bus. Ad.,
4 pm.
English: Duane Niatum, poetry
reading, Pendleton Rm., Union, 4:10
pm.
Women's Basketball: Crisler Are-'
na, 6 pm.
Res. Coll. Lectures: Sabra Slaugh-
ter, "Recapturing Afro American
History in the U.S.: An Oral His-
tory Approach," Greene Lounge, E.
Quad, 7 m.
Hockey: UM vs. Bowling Green,!
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 pm.
Music School: Degree Recital -
Malcolm Brashear, percussion, Re-

cital Hall, 8 pm. Interviewing on Campus: Feb. 4-
General Notices Burroughs Corp. for CCS; Feb. 9-
Course Mart Proposals Deadline: Feb. 12 - Action / Peace Corps /
Proposals for Fall. 1976 Course Vista. Feb. 11 - S. S. Kresge Co.,
Mart offerings must be submitted Manufacturers Nat'l Bank, GAP
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WHERE ARE HITLER'S
WAGNER MANUSCRIPTS?
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (A") -
Hitler received Wagner op-
era manuscripts as a birthday
gift from the German National
Chamber of Commerce. Nobody
knows wihere he kept them or
where they are now.
Carleton Smith, consultant to
the Indiana University Founda-
tion in Smithsonian magazine
suggests that they could have
been "liberated" by Russians
or Americans.
But he thinks there's a good
chance they are hidden in a
bunker in Hitler's fortress-like
mountain retreat near Berch-
tesgarden. Cursory inspection
of the bunkers suggests, Smith
writes, that there are hundreds
of rooms and tunnels, now
sealed up, in which the manu-
scripts might be ridden. During
1976, a team of German tech-
nicians will use ultrasonic de-
vices to locate all such cava-
ties.

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Full-time Staff Positions for"
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able to sustain rigorous intellectualI
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vision. No specific business train-
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or work exper. required. Job de-
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Thesis Parts Appointments to
grad students ursuing M's or PhD's
& Laboratory Graduate Participant-I
ship for grad students who have
completed all requirements except
dissertation offered by Argonne Na-
tional Laboratory; perform entire
thesis research in residence at Ar-
gonne; applications should be re-
ceived by Feb. 1, 1976 and Aug. 1,
1976; application materials and
more detailed info: Argonne Center
for Educational Affairs, graduate
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