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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JAN. , 1938

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Prof. Bachmann Experiments
On Chemical-Induced Cancer
Spends 3 Years Study;ngIwas synthesized by Cook, who predict-
Compound From Whiched that it would produce cancer. It
turned out to be the most active
Mustard Gas Is Made compound known.
Another compound which has been
By HARRY L. SONNEBORN found to be very active is called 1, 2,

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other buildings. Call Whaley or
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'2-1170. 320
TO PAY SUGAR BEET BONUSES
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.-A)-The
Senate Appropriations Committee
recommended today appropriation of1
$39,750,000 to pay 1937 sugar beet
bonuses under the agriculture ad-
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Dihydroxy-diethyl-sulfide, the'
chemical compound from which mus-
tard gas is prepared, may be the long
sought preventive for chemically-in-
duced cancer, according to Prof. Wer-
ner E. Bachmann of the chemistry
department.
Professor Bachmann has been
studying and experimenting with the
chemical factors involved in cancer
for three years. He is seeking to iso-
late all the chemical compounds
which can cause cancer, so that an
agent can be found which will neu-
tralize their effect.
He pointed out that although it is
possible human cancer may not be
causedo by any chemical compound,
the results shown thus far by his workI
and by that of the Royal Cancer Hos-
pital in London justify further re-}
search.
The cancer-producing compounds
found thus far by 'Professor Bach-
mann and his associates, and by Drs.
Cook and Kennaway, of the Royal
Cancer Hospital, are related in that
all of them are built of benzene rings.
A benzene ring is a molecule com-
posed of six carbon and six hydrogen
atoms arranged in a hexagonal pat-
tern.
It has been found that a clear solu-
tion made from a cancerous growth
will produce tumors, and this is the
basis for ProfessorHBachmann's lat-
est experiment. He has produced
soluble derivatives of the known can-
cer-producing compounds, all of
which are normally insoluble solids.
He believes that a soluble compound,
if injected into the blood stream,
may have more effect on internal
organs than the insoluble ones used
so far.
The first cancer-producing com-
pound was isolated from coal tar by
Cook, and is known as benzpyrene.
It was noticed that this compound
had a peculiar arrangement of the
benzene rings, so other compounds
with a similar arrangement were tried
on mice. One, methylcholanthrene,

5, 6-ibenzanthracene. The omly one
of these compounds which occurs out-
side the- laboratory is benzpyrene,_
formed during the production of coal
tar. All the others must be made
in the laboratory.
Professor Bachmann's associates
here include Alfred Wilds, John Che-
merda and William Struve, who are 1
working for their Ph.D. degrees, and
Dr. Milton Kloetzel, who holds the
DuPont Post-Doctorate Fellowship.
Dr. James Bradbury of the depart-
ment of obstetrics and gynecology of
the School of Medicine is conducting
the actual1application of the com-l
pounds on mice.
State Education Official
Will Address Teachersf
The teachers of the laboratory
schools of the University, University
High School and University Elemen-
tary School, in conjunction with Lin-
coln and Roosevelt Schools of the
Ypsilanti State Normal College will
hold their annual banquet at the
Union tomorrow night.-
The speaker will be Dr. J. C. Parker,
director of the Secondary School Cur-
riculum Study of the Michigan De-_
partment of Public Instruction. Thef
toastmaster will be Henry Tape,
principal of Lincoln School.
SEVEN-YEAR-OLD DIES
Seven-year-old Arthur L. Mouria of
Munising, whom a truck had struck,
from his sled Saturday, died today of
a fractured skull at the University
Hospital. He was taken there Satur-
day afternoon. The truck was driven
by William Hautamaki of Munising.
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