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xGE r n7 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VV IflAY, AIY 15, 1936

King's Doctor Attends A nwrican Medical Meeting

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MT FV IA "President of the Interfraterniity j Coulm isr divided as pr"ovided for inl
A IE nby lies Few W eeks Afier Council and for appointment to theAi'I-le V. Section, ar as follows:
Ssit ion of Secretary-Treasurer, as
f. s ,iuI /i ji;4nlI') Peac fe4gfper Al itle V, SeĀ°tions' 2, 3, and 4 of io 1.Aiia
SYtIu ient BL oed H is ZPeaceU& Pt nt onstitutions,-ust be handed t Pu. I{:'nt '1tefPhi I1u- ij)K)pa t1
the Secvciar-Treasurer before 4 p.m. Kappa Alpha, Siga PI. Thet
on Monday. May 18. It. is reqired , n .
One Of Last British War entitled him to wa dMayoe18.hi Iasuch petos e type ui1red is,. Alpr s Ite nl a PCi. Kappa
SH R1 thc King. 100. copies. Those men petitioning No, Kappa Sioma. Tiht Ciii, T1lhA a
Laders, He nouIfCO The title passes to hi. wnphewv. L u - ce . themselves at the nx- Xi, Trigon.
'Glory Of Conquest' ey Ja fray Hynman Allenby, an offi- omtive Committee meeting which will S ion I. Chi Phi Chi Psi, Delta
cer in the 11th Hussars. Allenby s be held in the office of the Dean of Tan Dta, Kappa Deta Rho, Phi
LONDON, May 14.-UP) -oDeath ,i iorace Michael Hyriian, was Students. for a personal interview Uanuna Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Sig-
LONDN, ay 1. -('} Deah Ikill in France during the World
closed today the brilliant career of War. with the Committee. I ma Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
Lord Allenby, England's Wcrld War The Interfraternity Council will ma Alpha Nu, Sigma Chi.
hero who restored Christian sover- meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday eve- Section IV. Alpha Kappa Lambda,
eignty in the Holy Land after almost DAILY OFFICIAL ning, May 20, for the election of its Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Kappa Ep-
seven centuries of Moslem domina- President and the student members of silon, Delta Upsilon, Pi Lambda Phi,
tion. BUILETIN the Executive Committee for the en- Psi Upsilon, Zeta Beta Tai, Zeta Psi.
The 75-year old viscount collapsed suing year. This will be a (losed Section V. Phi Beta Delta. Phi Delta
in his study and died almost imme- meeting. Theta, Phi Eps ilon Pi, Phi Kappa Psi,
diately, members of his household ucdfromPage4) Special attention is called to tie Phi Kappa Sigm, Simna Phi Epsilon,
said. His health had been reported ionprovisions of the Constitution con- Tau Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha.
good recently. ion meeting Saurday, May 16, at cerning the student members of the
Lane Hall at 1 p.m. to make arrange-
His death removes one of the last ents for transportation and canoes. ve Committee which read asi
of Great Britain's first rank war lead- The total cost for canoes ,transporta-
ens, five others having passed away ion, and meals (breakfast and din- Article VI, Section 2. The Execu- On Eue Of Execution
within the last year. ner) will be approximately $1.50. All Live Committee shall consist of five
Viscount Allenby, who marched into graduate students are cordially in- members of the student body, includ- FLORENCE.Ariz May 14.--
Jerusalem at the head of his victorious vited to attend: ing the President of the Council. Youthful Jack Sullivan joked wit his
troops on Dec. 9, 1917, held three Article V, Section 5. The Council
shal be'diide ino fve ectonsvisitors today as prison officials pr'e-
knighthoods, and 18 foreign orders Mimes: All members please meet shall be divided into five sections pared Arizona's lethal gas chamber
in addition to his viscountcy. at Dey's studio Tuesday, May 19, at numbered from one to five, each see-
Less than a month ago he be2ame '5 p.m. for photo. All former Mimes tion cotaining as nearly as possible fo his convted yrnow.
lord rector of Edinburgh University members still on campus are invited the same number of fraternities. He was co r tcduy, a yealraiof
and seized the occasion to renounce, to be present. Each section shall have representa- killing John Bar dbuiy, a1,spe('iliril-
of lou frm hcklng ion on the Executive Committee,i road officer.
amid a showerr Interfraternity Council: The Ex- either through the President or "Is there anything you want," a
students, what he termed the"glory
t ohfdeadsea ecutive Committee will meet on Mon- through a committeeman electeday visit r asked him today.

-Associated Press Photo.
Lard Ilorder, physician to King Edward VIII of England, is shown in
discussion of medical trends an both sides of the Atlantic with Dr. Ed-
ward Skirner of Kansas City, president-elect of the American Radium
Sciety. Both are attending the convention of the American Medical
As- ciation at Kansas City.
Iowa Scientist Sees New Uses
For Waste Products Of Farm,

DETROIT, May 14. - (IP) -New'
profits for the farmer and manufac-
turer and savings for the consumer
as the result of research on wastes
from corn and other farm products
were predicted today by Dr. Edward
Bartow of the University of Iowa,
president of the American Chemical
Society.
Addressing the closing meeting of1
the second Dearborn Conference on
Agriculture, Industry and Science, Dr.
Bartow, who recently announced a
new method of producting inositol,
a base from which explosives can
be made from the steep water of corn
starch manufacture, foresaw wide
possible new uses for corn.}
New Uses May Be Found
Just as great new industries began
from utilization of coal tar waste from
coke ovens and cotton seed oil, so may
new uses be found in chemical ex-
perimentation with the wastes of corn
manufacture, he declared.
"Our compound, inositol, is listed
in the chemical catalogs at $1.20 for a
single gram or at the rate of approx-
imately $500 per pound," Dr. Bartow
said. "We have prepared a consid-
erable amount of inositol at consid-
erably less than the retail price and
our next step must be to find some
use for the material."
To date it has been tried as an
antiseptic and as an antioxidant in
the preservation of oils and found to
be not adapatable, he declared, but

experiments are now under way to
find out whether, because of its sweet-
ness, it can be used as a food for
diabetics.
A' similar product is now used in
blasting caps to set off explosives and
inositol "would seem tc be an ideal
material for detonators," Dr. Barstow
added. Efforts are now being made
to produce it for $1.00 a pound or less.
May Make Blasting Powder
"If we do, we may be able to make
blasting powder from the waste prod-
ucts of corn starch manufacture
which can be used in mining our
minerals, in digging out stumps, and
grading our highways," he declared.
In another address Dr. H. K. Ben-
son of the University of Washington
at Seattle predicted a time when the
nation would have to rely on trees
and other products of the soil, and
on water power for its existence.
"When we realize that in a more
or less distant future when our sup-
plies of oil and coal have diminished
there is no nossible source of energy
other than the sun and that of posi-I
tion" of water high in mountain areas,
he said 'it should be obvious that these
two storehouses should in the mean-
time be prepared for use in the in-
dustries and that will require our la-
bor and add to the comforts and hap-1
piness of our lives," he declared.

fruit."
Then he advocated a world peace
force to operate in the same manner
"as each nation has a national police
force."
Allenby returned to England from
Egypt in 1925 and since then had
taken little part in public life except
on state occasions. He cherished the
honor of gold-stick-in-waiting which

day, May 18 at 4 p.m. All petitions;
for nomination for the position of

and from its own membership. "Sure," Sullivan replied, "you might
The five sections into which the bring me a gas mask."

This is the Sigh/ Mr/er, the clecve'r me ils/rnr-
ieut that ieaoures lisht and e/ls you how
much you need for any task.. Pro/ect your eye-
sigh/ by checkilg the lighting in your home.

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Youth Hit By Auto; I
Suffers Broken Ribh
Frank Otrambo, 11, Dexter, suf-
fered a broken rib when he was
struck by an automobile driven by
C. W. Jacobs, Howell, on Dexter Rd.
about 7 -miles east of here. He was
taken to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital.
Jacobs, whose car turned over
when he attempted to avoid the ac-
cident, was uninjured.
TO ATTEND CONVENTION _
MARQUETTE, Mich., May 14. -
(0) - About 500 delegates represent-
ing 27 clubs in the Twelfth Congres-
sional District of Michigan will at-
tend the Townsend convention to be
held here Saturday, June 5, at which
time delegates to the national conven-
tion in Cleveland will be named.

HERE IS ONLY ONF WAY to know definitely whether or not you are impairing
your eyesight and cefficiency by inadequate lighting: Measure your lighting with
a Sight Meter. You may borrow one upon request, without charge, and use it to
check your lighting. For defective eyes, you must have the services of an eyesight
specialist; but good eyes and poor eyes are aided by proper lighting.
There is nothing complicated about the Sight Meter. You simply hold it in
your hand and its sensitive needle tells you instantly the exact amount of light at
that location. It will tell you whether you are getting enough light to guard
precious vision and assure comfortable, easy seeing. Eyestrain and nerve-strain
due to improper lighting can be prevented. All you need do is to call the Detroit
Edison office and ask for a Sight Meter test.
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