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T *TW- THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tar:

SD AY, OCTOBER 7, 1924

Sodium C(ahbona k# : foio .bydrate Vit al
In al ,:aii aettareof Washing
Comipounidsf
DISCOVERED BY BADGER
Development of a . uccessftul meth-
od of sodium' carbonate mono-hydrate
m~anufacture was announced yester-
yesterday by Prof. W. L.,,B'adger, of'
the chem ical engineering department.
The series of experiments which
were concluded last week in the
evaporator laboratory of the depart-
ment were made at the request of
the Church and Dwight company,
manufacturers of washing powders,l
and -with the co-operation of the
Swenson Evaporator company, of '
Harvey, Illinois.
Economical manufacture of this
ehemical which is an important ele-
ment in laundry and washing com-
pounds has been hitherto impossiblo
because of the excessive formati'on ofI
scale during the boiling process. Pro-1
fessor 1.3adlger utilizing methodsI
Which le developed experimentally l,
several years ago, andl with the aidl j
of a system of forced circulation andl
a special agitating device, achieved
masnufacture of the compound with-I
out scale' deposit during a period of
10 hours. Judging from preliminary l
sucess commercial installation is,
likely.
Participation by representatives of
the Swenson Evaporator company in
this experiment is the most recent
evidence of the association between
the Illinois company and the Univer-
sity wh'ich began six years ago with r
the gift to the chemical engineering
depattment of equipment for the
evaporator laboratory. The condit-
ions of the donation provided that.
th.e Swenson company be allowed to
utilize the laboratory for experiment-
al purposes.f
Prof. W. E. Lay, of the chemical
englineering department, did research
'work for the government at Langley!
field, near H1ampton Roads, during the

Will Debate Against Oxford

Read The Daily "Gl-assified" Coluimns

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Left to right-K. F. Clardy, '2Th ,G. Deniniink, '273,, ind[BIL Sh )!,t,-'2..
These three men will represent Michigan in her first intiernational I!e-
bate, that with Oxford at 8, o'clock tomorrow night in Fill aililoianoI.
'The subject for debate is "resolved, That t his house IS Ojpposed(Ito Uhe
principles of prohibition."

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. InJdependlent.
Stewart Beach, '22, has been ap- lI stachthhs lt met t WD,:n i Pi
pointed managing editor of The Inda-i ttsta ehs e( siyA:-I
pendent according to a letter receiv- ht 8,peeteItro e(fl
ed from him by Dean John R. Effinger, 1tian Scienice ol or, alA I 10"1
of the literary college, yesterday. The that he is a cons~istent hoo.4 r cr
Independent, which is published in Uiesitsty fMht tin Mn itor T1' ,i
Boston, is a fortnightly journal of in-jHeassteshtte onks
formiation and discussion on the im- t oti oenw lti l\
portant issues of the (lay. Beach was siytaanohe ten r
active on the staff of The Daily dur-
ing i Y(i hsuudErgiadut ay t hfav'ouV ui A1tqt'u
University. dy tte} ae - e7 frl pl
Arthur Pound, 07, has been ap -_____
pointed as an associate editor of this I_
journal. Ilie is also editor of then. If You Need an
Atlantic Monthly Press. Mr. Pound's
economic study "The Iron Man in1
Industry," first brought him into na- G '
E icnal prominence a few years ago. itI

OC'T'OBER 12
(AULEYS AND) GA1LLY SLATES
CA."LLA T were the galleys of the Spanish 1 f
Mai n of old, from their sterns of hammered
1 ever to their figureheads of gold---and gal-
"s f , re 12; e oarsmnen who spedl them through
. ,- briine, with the swirl of foam around themf
<' and the lurking shark behind. Though the
\ wfwh- lashi scarred the shoulder; though the .li
losgalled the heel, they toiled and fought
n- icua do, whose hearts are wrought of steel. li
v (tOf love or joy, or sorrw, they drank the bitter
lIc' ~s, lesecrvants f the oarlocks but masters
o£ Jih so l . You will live with them in.
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past summer. He worked mainly on
anti-knock compounds testing the var-.
ious "ones on the market andi workin'
on new ones. -
Washington, Oct. 6.-Robert M. La-
Follette left Washington Sunday to
bt-gin a cross country speaking tour.
Note by Abgeiifee Ballot, on Camnpus.

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