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A. M. A. TO PRESENT SCIENCE FAIR AWARDS
For the first time, the American Medical Association will participate in the National Science Fair, sponsored by Science Clubs of America at Oklahoma City, May 10-12. The A. M. A. will present citations to the two high-school students with the best exhibit on medical research, general health, or physical fitness. The two winners also will be invited to display their exhibits in the scientific exhibit at the annual meeting of the Association in Chicago, June 11-15. According to Dr. Alphonse McMahon, Chairman, Council on Scientific Assembly of the A. M. A., constituent state and county societies have been requested to sponsor local and regional science fairs from which finalists may be sent to the National Fair at Oklahoma City, where it is expected about 100 local and area science fairs will send young scientists. There are 15,000 high-school science clubs with a
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1956;160(9):781. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960440053017
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