September 15, 1958

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September 15, 1958 • Page Image 2

…M o ti a tio Thyou may need different measuring The project was designed to an- scales for men and women," he ser these questions: 1) What When an achievement motiva chological) are operative in the tion test is given to women they selection of marriage partners? Ten-Year Research Project in Psychology Based tend to make higher scores. Social 2) What variables of the man and On Atkinson's New Conception of Motives as Urges - approval seems to ...…

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…Pursuing Peaceful toms Phoenix Project Enters Its Second Decade By Michael Kraft BN A WORLD where the domi- ' Project, a project that supports During the past summer, the nating weights upon men's the world's largest atomic educa- Univtrsity conducted for the AEC thoughts now find measure in such tional program. and the American Society of En- chilling phrases as "nuclear um- Named for the legendary Egyp- gineering Education, the first ad- bre...…

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…Phoenix Project Harnesses the Atom (Continued from Page 3) r i dies utilizing tracer doses of ra- dioiodine indicate that prompt ive in the area, has helped these dagnosis and adequate treatment nations develop combined educa- 'aith thyroid pills will prevent ir- tional and research program. reversible mental and physical re- Prof. William Kerr of the engi Itardation. neering school and supervisor of the ICA project described the Uni-IN A COMP...…

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…The United States' Pavilion The Russian Pavilion Brussels-More Than Propaganda Although the Cold War Is There a Tourist Can Avoid It fly John Weicher IF IT COULD be considered to be existing in a vacuum, the Brus- sels Fair would be strictly for fun. A complete ignorance of world af- fairs is perhaps best for a per- son attending it. V For, despite the best efforts of the planners and of some of the participants, the Fair is basically a goo...…

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…world's Fair-Immense, I NUCLEAR ENERGY - The electro-mechanical hands make it safe for a technician to perform com- plex experimental operations with radioisotopes without being exposed to the dangers of radiation. CENTRAL HALL--Fountains and the Dove of Peace add splendoi ally a good place to gawk and have fun, some observers believe, ha ISLANDS FOR LIVING-The variety of consumer goods available in the United States are displayed in this e...…

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…xciting, A Place To Gawk to the Central Hall at the Brussels World's Fair. The Fair, while basic- tewn turned into a propaganda battle between America and Russia. CIRCULAR FISHING BOAT -- This'is one of three stairwells in the American pavilion. In the right foreground is a circular fishing boat, equipped with two outboard motors, that draws much attention. BRITISH PAVILION -- One of dozens of pavilions at the Brussels World's Fair, Great B...…

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…Death of a Building, Birth of a Cement Patio After Long Years of Service to the University The Romance Languages Building Was Razed By Tisosniss Ilaydoee ONCE upon a very long time ago, short, round little Army major who a young, ambitious university happened to be the only professor in the Midwest found itself with a of architecture the university could serious problem-of space. afford, was selected to design the The professors, being clutter...…

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…U..Cultural Display Fails in Two RespectsJ%. (Continued from Page s) Their responses are not grati- fying. One woman walked through' children do not believe that the entire art exhibit without Americans can have the toys they theniie aitpehibit without ( changing ,expresaion, glainced at see in the toy window, and turn the entiance to the eiican up their noses. One has an al- theatre on the way out, and most irrepressible desire to in- sist to...…

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…The Art of Profanity Re-examined Americans Swear Freely but with Little Imagination or Vigor By Dale McGhee "Profanity is not an Amer;- t can art. The chief national reliances are still hell and damn, both of them badly shopworn. To support them we have nothing properly de- scribable as a vocabulary of indecency. Our maid-of-all- work in that department is s.o.b., which seems as pale andr ineffectual to a Slav or a LatinI as fudge does to us....…

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…The Art of Profanity Brussells Fair More Than Just Propaganda (Continued from Page 10) given up the ghost of belief in (Continued from Page 9) The colonies are included with dance routines by the salesmen. get rid of it. Back in my dormitory magical powers, we have to create the mother country, and their dis- The building is designed to be a days the housemother tried it, and our own mystery in profanity. One great quantity, but so are consum-...…

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…Contributions Support Project (Coantinued from Page 4) THE FIRST decade of the THE FUNDS were intended for Phoenix Project has already a 10-year program, With the seen great strides toward convert- Phoenix Project money now run- ing the atom to peaceful, con- ning out, the Regents have auth- structive uses. orized the University's Develop- The challenge was summed up ment Council to seek to raise an- other two million dollars to sup- by Prof. ...…

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