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T H E 1 MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DEC. , 1937

Dr. Peet Says Toronto Paralysis Test
Ss1c
Su'mmaries Proved Too I1rtconcluistve

R . Act Gives
Labor Pattern
Employers And Workers'

Noted Chemist Talks Tomorrow

Dr. Karl Paul Link, professor of
biochemistry at the University of Wis-
consin, will give a University lecture
entitled "Recent Advances in the
Ohnmcffcr Arg th T~nnhmicrv f

onunuea Irom ±'age o smell was temporarily lost in the af-
port. It is therefore impossible to flicted children, we cannot state
determine from the available data whether zinc sulphate protects chil-
determnyfrmthe ilable d dren as it does monkeys," Dr. Peet
whether any of the children develop- explained. "The report states that
ing poliomyelitis before Sept. 24 were not more than 25 per cent of the
sprayed before or after the virus en- children sprayed had loss of the ol-
tered their olfactory nerves. Three factory sense. The sprayed chil-
sprayed children deeloped the dis- Idren who developed poliomyelitis
spryedchidre desopd te ds-may have been in the group of 75
ease 19 or more days after the last p may h in the s so
day of the first spraying. Eight of per cent who did not lose the sense
the slightly larger control group de- of smell."
3 K Onf iffi tltip

feels that the spray was not properly| Tight Profit From Hints uneistry ana LneTa41piiemisory
Iple."hsi o rtcs _____ the Hexuronic Acids." at 4:15 p.m. in
applied. "This is not a criticism ofCOntinued from Page 1) the Chemical Amphitheatre, Room
the very able otolaryngologists who ( fm___-__ _ 11165 Chemistry Building.
performed the work. It is probably testimony and 123 exhibits in the Hexuronic acids are a special group

work. He has done work in the
Ichemical side of carbohydrates of all
kinds, and has become an authority
on these substances.
He is a graduate of the University
of Wisconsin, receiving his Ph.D. de-
gree there in 1925. That year he was
sent as an International Education
Board fellow in chemistry to St.,An-

mnew v v cutes 1
"We were fully aware of the diffi-
culties of applying this method in aj
large epidemic, but believed it the
most certain method of covering the
olfactory area. We realized the nec-
essity of an experimental trial using
an exact method in order to deter-
mine the actual value of zinc sul-
phate preventative in human beings.
If the results were favorable a more
easily applied but perhaps less cer-
tain method would be advocated.
Since the publication of the method
which was used in the Toronto epi-
demic, a simpler and very certain"
technique has been developed."
Because of the failure to obtain
loss of sense of smell in at least 75
per cent of the children, Dr. Peet

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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verine Cooperative Exchange served SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1937
this purpose, it cannot be called a VOL. XLV I. No. 60
failure.V
Democracy is not inherently inef- Prekident and Mrs. Ruthven will be
ficient, .Prof. Howard McClusky, of at home from 4 to 6 o'clock this after-
the education school, stated. The noon.
reason for the failure of the Wolver-
ine Cooperative Exchange can be at- To The Members of the Faculty oft
tributed to lack of experience, he the College of Literature, Science,
said, and efficient democracy de- and The Arts:gg
pends on the straightening out of The third regular meeting of the
technical difficulties. (Continued on Page 3)
While agreeing with Professor Ha-_
ber that there is not adequate ef- l
ficiency in the cooperative movement, -Op VildLOM
H. L. Pickerill, founder of the Rochale Cet
Cooperative House, stated' that the To i Wsissed
educational facilities afforded by co-
operatives offer the opportunity to "Evaluation of Cooperatives" will
learn ways of improving their effi- be the subject of the third in a series
ciency. .ofeducational meetings at 4:45 p.m.
today at the Michigan Socialist House,
335 East Ann St. .
Tom Downs, '38, of the Rochdale
! House, will talk on the economicj
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any evaluation of the cooperative move-'
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, ment, and Rena Rubenstein, '38, of
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- the Girls' Cooperative House, will
ers, old gold and musical instru- speak on the psychological effects ofj
ments. Ready cash waiting for you, cooperative living. A group ditcussion
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x will follow their talks.
LAUNDRY The meeting is open to members of
campus cooperatives and their guests.
EjAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.WE
WINS SPEED RECORD
FOR SALE HAVANA-(P)-Maj. Alexander de
AXOPHNE,E-Flat, Alto. Also oil Seversky today held the New York-
paintings. 1321 Forrest Court. Havana air speed record. He com-
Phone 2-2162. 200 pleted the flight yesterday afternoon
_ in five hours and two minutes-two
CHRISTMAS TREES that will sat- hours and one minute faster than
isfy. Fresh cut-assorted sizes. Log Lieut. Com. Dr. Frank Hawks flew the
distance in 1931. The air line distance
Cabin station. Detroit and Division is 1,350 miles.
St. 197

due to the fact that such a large; course of its open and private ,,ear- of acids derived from sugar substances drews, Scotland, where he worked
number of children were sprayed in ings and executive sessions. On Nov. and are important to scientists be- with J. C. Ervinie, well-known chem-
a very short time by a limited num- 122, less than three weeks after it had cause they are the basic material in ist.
ber of men, which prevented prelim- been called, it effected an agreement certain carbohydrate food materials In 1926 he worked in the Karrar
rysria of muouhpresd pem- n which was a workable and satisfactory called pectins and gums. Pectins are Laboratories of the University of Zu-
inary shrinkage of mucous mem- hc a okbeadstsatr on npattsu elwlsadrc.Sizrad
brane-a procedure which we had compromise on both sides. found in plant tissue cell walls and rich, Switzerland.
advocated. Wage increases, averaging about 15 cause fruit juices to jell, while gumI
Olfactory Coverage Essential per cent and a working day of eight are plant products used in pharac y E y
"To determine definitely the value hours, with a pro-rata overtime rate and in preparing food products. Enjoy a
of this measure, it wlli be essential through the twelfth hour and time Dr. Link has been carrying on ex-
that every child be tested to deter- and a half rate after the twelfth hour tensive research in the chemistry of FC ou rse
mine whether the olfactory area has were among provisions of the settle- these substances, and his lecture will
been completely covered. Without ment. The report of the Emergency present a summary of part of his EVENING D INNER
such coverage complete prevention Board commends both parties in the---__ _---
could not be expected. It must be controversy for their mutual under-
realized that no child developing the standing of the difficulties their for-
disease within the normal incubation' mer demands would cause to each SOUP or APPETIZER
period after spraying, should be in- other. .It is probably the work of the
cluded in any statistical study, since Board.which made clear to both sides MEAT, FISH,
spraying performed after the organ- the untenableness of their original . VEGETARIAN
ism has entered the olfactory end- extreme stands.
organs could not possibly protect the In arriving at a decision, deadlocks POTATOES
child." are broken by appointment of a neu-, VEGETABLE
Until very carefully controlled tal person. This board is distinct
spraying is done, judgment regard-,from the other agencies previously BREAD and BUTTER
ing the value of this preventive pro- mentioned, in that the latter are con- BA
cedure must be reserved, Dr. Peet cerned with altering existing agree-fj BEVERAGE
concluded. ments or effecting new agreements. CHRISTMAS DESSERT
- Thus does the Railroad Labor Act LDR AT
provide instruments which may be FLORAL DECORATIONS
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