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USE OFETHYILPCAS
Sap, "Paug~cr !It ue of Prod Im-f
is Less hiii ,rmi s
of aln"

Sep- fr SpencerJ Voca l and musical selections, andI Plaster worts has been startecl on
ToA desC3 othrr speaker s, as w.ell as dancing,' the new nurses homse building, the
.. gift of Senator James Couzens. Con-
wil b adle toth prgrm. hetractors thus, far have maintained
l>xi r I;Ho5C of the meeting is to start a < their schedutle of work, and, from#
5011 i xvi! di '~; jrmuI Mo ni embership campaign intended to en- present indications the building will
at a d n n r dauc iio belgveniiby the 'roll , ill loyal Missourians in the club, ;be opened to the nurses on Decemberl
QI~) 0 Mihign o Frday jMrs. George Kemble, 721 Seven- 25 as planned.
Nov ,t +~,ath Ic.;neral Mo1rtors teenth street, Detroit, is in charge oft
)U1 ' n)eri.the affair. ME''ET THE ,tEA

Chicago, Nov. 1.-Albert H. Loeb,
capitalist and mail order house of-
Ificial, who died Monday, left his en-
tire est'ae to his widow..
.*Chicago, Nov. 1.-University of
'#Chicago has soled over 11,000* season
football tick~ets this fall.
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CAUSES DEATH OF FIVE
Althougli five deathls 1have occuredt
at the Standard Oil company plant ini
Elizabeth', N. J. duec to aninaiy
producing gas, believed to be fro011
tetra-ethiyl leadt, Prof. Eugene HI. Les-
lie of the chemical entgineering depart-
meeit fdoes not believe that theo use
of this gas should be prohibited. j
Professor Leslier pointed out that}
the 3 men affected b~y the mysterious
gas were stricken nrot in the course
of experiments but in the course o"
mianufacture. The cproduction of fthe
tetra-ethyl lead requires a distillation
process, durinig %wich there is a pres-
ent possibility of the escape of a
4small quaint ity of the vap~our. Tlhe,
iixing process, in which lead coin-
pound is mixed into the gasoline, al-'
so0 presents added opportunity for thej
inhalation of a quantity of the vapour.
lie addled that where the leadi solur-
lion i dded<At the gas station dur-
ing the pumpiling process that there
,some dantger to the employes in
4hat the possibility of spilling the{
thatt the pos:ib il-ity of spilling the
liquid from Hie carboy is ever pres-
clt~
SIn cas(e he(li0uidwas spillerd nditej
c~perator breathled the accomparnying;
.,tpourl, poisonfing. would undoubtelyE
r esult. lie stated, however, ftat the!
laniger from pisoniing by tlhipexe-l
aust gse of automobiles using the
~ethyl gasoline is n]egligible.
S"It would seem that the dlanger in
tlhe use of ethyl- gas is le'ss than in
theeinormal use of any gasoline and
the coneutrelit formation' of carbon
Iinonoxide, due to inicomnplete com1 bus-
lOW" s 1'd1-rfe'SSOIrLeslie. 1He e. -
lained tat in every gallon of ethyl
as there are but a few cubic centi-
me1ter's of t(,tra-et~hyl lead. After
1l3i niing in tits i motor, the ethyl por-
jion of Ihe coml)ouind is consul-ted
Icudld chiloride in vapour form and
~uin1signi1fican1t amioints passes out
piith t he exhaust gases. The lead
cihloride is poisonous if present inl
tnficicnt amnounts, buit the effect
h~u~ e nlilgile ce (Pt in the case
accumula~tttion in a non-ventilated ve-
jt'culalr tunnel. , veni in such case the
~ptrsence of the lead vapour would not
~be as dangerous as the' carbon mon-
a:;ide produced by the combustion of
vdi nary gas.

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STARTING1
TODAY
DON'T MISS IT

XVHITNEY T"HEATrRE

F RI. NOV.7

D~nlet MayrFb
presenits ;I -'
Td, Shawn
Denishawn Dancer
NewvAl~erian Dlance Drat~
x30rgeous Costumes( \4
A nifjcent Src -C.
i eserved Spats Selling ' ow by Mtail-Pri'gs S$1.10, 1$2.20
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electric heater to
insure comnplete comn-
fort. $6.50 to $1t0.503

The Detroit Edison

Company

Matin at 11illiam

Telephone 2300

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MILLIAMS TO Discuss
FOUR ELECTRODE TUE

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"Char acteristics of the Four Eloc-
trodte Vacuum Tube" will be the sb
jc(f of an address by Prof. Neil 31.
Y.ilhiamws of the phy:sics department at
he weely mieeting ,of thePhsc
4:olioquiuim at4X:15 o'clockTuda
3 s 1;(;zom 114i new 'hysics building.
ilhe theOIrMof :fowr electrod(e tube
~'il be(li~ussci ad te operation of
It it wasinlcon nection wvith lhi~ work'
irl the reseaIrchl; aboratory of the'
C-incrail Electric com ipany, last year
ti P1rof e:ssr rWilliams ;;(leveloped a nj
mplllifier ca pable of amphlifying ig
is iqen(-y voltagnes a million tis.
SCloel ug inierL, fhead.(lof t1l
rial deartllinwll deliver anl ad(--
t D o(';'clock Monda-1,y imorning ir rOom
I I!or thelEngineerinlgbulig
Cololne l ])ier is an> auth't ity in
7;1({tr 'St iaegineering. He Was( for-
1"l-rly head of the(' department1 i of in)-
(idustrinal cengineering at Pennsylvaiia
, tate colleg,_, lie haswrxiitenia b
oni the s;ubjct called "2Idustrial O)r-
~CKMBE PEPAESFOR
COMMUNITYFUND DRIE
1'r; p rations forthep ( ominun it(
Y un d dIrive' will be (discussed ait the
~Cawlber of Conmnirc lunchieon to be
1!(,1(d Tuesday noon in tiae Camlber of
Cfommnerc e Inn. Charles F. F. C amp-t
I ill, dlirector of the Detroit Leaglue
f"), I he Hand(icapped flwill 1be;the rin
,c ipal sekrhssujc eing^or.
131onme phse Cof ithe'Coinmn'uznl y ! ;rnd.
j i-dpa)rtmnt lWill act asc;. -a
cifHIe pro!grammitm.
TFreshmn Attend
Hallowe'en Party
AfMore than 300 women attended the1.
junior adlvisory p Arty given for the
~freshmen at 8' o'clock last flighxt in
B~arbour gymnasium. The spirit o
l lailowe'en was carriedl out in tin n ne ai~~i o h (lor-

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A l7e,0 + R ' , story of r and Rom.ance

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Robert' W. CuamPers

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caroi Dempster,

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Neal Hamilton and a, Criffit1h Cast

Romance! Adaventure!. Laughter!

Thrills and e art-th robs.

S indiy IPerformnnes
2:00W-3:40.5:2-.400-83:10
iieek Day Peri'ornlianc w
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POPUL NILPRICES
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AS TOLD BY THE CRITICS
'Am}nernea' ' i tibet picture over made;. the best play eve taged.It sets
a new stznplard in the picttlr-play as high and co-oaaxndiug a::;'"Phi Birth of a
Nation' set in itsOday." (QUINN MARTIN in the "New York World.)
'Amzxerica,' a m'eal"nia.;terpiee, literally :swept the audience off its foot. No
(A her phlotoplay3 tsince Mr. G'riffi th's 'The Birth of a Nation' reaches the heliglitws
at' i d by 'mric''from a T}atriotic and drama ctic aS well as artistic sta:dint0 ]."
('The Philadlph3ia Evening Bulletin.)
"A. series o-f-vs which have the CHARM of an etch:ing---the sweet and life
historicalo paintienbg Dea'ileor eis anie.--engravingscet CARofcf our chi-t}iA hntng,;oad enga(Theof uLiterary. (Te iDigest.)st)

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The uerth. concrt Orchestra
NICHJOLAS 1). l'ALCONE, Dircecto
Presenting

SOON'
t-7ARZOLD LLOYD

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