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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1948)
Atomic Energy,” an exhibition
pared by the editors of Life
gazine will be displayed in the
in hall on the second floor of the
•ary beginning April 1 and con
iing through April 29.
'he numerous photographs em
isize the importance of the lay
n's understanding of the social
1 political aspects of this new
rce of energy, and is more con
ned with the practical use of
mic energy than with nuclear
Pictures of the seven scientists
whose peacetime research led to
wartime development of atomic
energy and panels of Hiroshima,
Nagasaki, Bikini are displayed in
the first group.
The second group shows the de
velopment of atomic power and
■continuing research, and pictures
of many things concerned with
peacetime use of atomic energy.
*The last section is devoted to the
problem of atomic energy control.
'It concerns the problems in educa
tion, the world sources of uranium,
and atomic energy as a weapon of
The photographs are largely the
jvork of Life Photographer F. Goro.
A1 RUEDY |
"Asst. Day Manager:
* DOREE BROWNLEE
Alumni-teachers of the Univer
Sity will meet in the Mallory hotel
of Portland for a luncheon Friday
noon. The luncheon is being planned
in connection with the Oregon Ed
ucation association convention in
Portland this week.
Petitions for Mother’s Day chalr
1 manships and for first vice-presi
dent of the ASUO executive coun
cil are due at 5 p.m. today. They
should be turned in to Bobbie Full
mer at the Alpha Omicron Pi home.
University Is Host
(Continued from paye one)
B. Smith, Medford, chairman; Miss
Vera Horner, Corvallis; Mrs. Cath
erine Matthews, Roseburg; and
Robert Miller, Silverton. Consul
tants to the OEA committee are
President Harry K. Newburn, of
the University of Oregon; Mrs.
Una B. Inch, rural school sup
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