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The materials are derived from the stomachs of hogs and horses. They are used to “neutralize" fac tors in one person's blood which would make the blood unsafe for transfusion into a person having a different blood type. Separate Materials. There are separate materials— called A-substance, B-substance and C-substance—he said, for use in pretreating bloods of the A, B, A-B and O types of blood. He explained that while type O is considered a “universal” blood tyi>e—capable of being transfused into most persons regardless of their own special type—it is still possible, at times, for this type of blood to produce an unwanted reaction. Dr. Kabat, associate professor of bacteriology at Columbia's Col lege of Physicians, was the recip ient Tuesday of the Eli Lilly Award of the Society* of Ameri can Bacteriologists. In his report yesterday Dr. Kabat gave this background with regard to all types of blood: The reason we belong to a par ticular blood group is that the red a (3(Db Mwnm DESIGNERS * MANUFACTURERS * IMPORTERS J-fome oj the World's finest Watches Men’s Watches from *45 ♦ Ladies’ Watches from *37-50 .AUDEMARS PICUET <x VACHERON CONSTANTIN -tx INTERNATIONAL MEYLAN -tx OMEGA <x ROLEX -tx MOVADO -tx HAMILTON' UNIVERSAL GENEVE <x CONCORD -tx GJRARD PERIGAUX 1105 CONNECTICUT AVE* • NATIONAL 66G1 i Registered Jewelers American Gem Society \ » ^ $wut% $orage (jcmpaiig ./ a safe depository for 58 years 1140 FIFTEENTH STREET N.W. FUR & GARMENT STORAGE Security “certified” GOLD STORAGE, $3 and upward, according to value. Suitcases, $3; trunks, $6 and up for 6 months. Security lockers, hampers, wardrobes, $10 to $25 per year. DIRECTORS C. A. Aspinwall, President Daniel W. Bell George E. Hamilton, Jr. Chauneey G. Parker H. L. Rust, Jr. Lloyd B. Wilson Corcor«n Thom for festive hoors . . . you'll look like a page out of Vogue in this dramatic rayon sheer with daring scoop neckline and swaggering hip drape. Note rich accents of fine lace. Beige, rose, aqua or black. Sizes 10 to 18. 25.00 906 14th St. N.W. ... EX. 8684 cells of our blood contain com plex chemicals which are ' subtly ' different from comparable chemi cals in the red cells of a person having another blood type. These are called “antigens." Antibodies in Serum. In the serum (fluid • part of our blood there exist “antibodies'— antagonists—to the antigens of a person having another blood type Dr Kabat and his co-workers have derived from animal tissue certain substances which corre spond to particular antigens in humans. These have been highly puri fied. Extensive laboratory tests have shown that when one type of blood is designed for transfu sion into • person having a differ ent type, the addition of the proper material will ‘ neutralse the antagonistic factor. The objective of the latest re search. Dr Kabat declared is to determine the basis of the re action between antigen and anti bodies in terms of tile chemical nature of the antigen. Wife of Lawyer Here Files Maintenance Suit Mrs. Jean Bancroft Lang don of Ithaca, N. Y., yesterday brought suit in District Court asking for maintenance for herself and three children from her husband. Jer us La nation. Jr . Iaarver. 1757 K street N W. The suit aatd Mr and Mrs Lang don »ere married in Ithaca N V in September 1831. There are three children, she oldest a daughter. 16 according bo the suit The complaint says Mr Lang don has refused to live with her since last July In addition to ask ing maintenance for her and the children, the suit also seek* SI 806 to cover medical and hospital ex penses. The suit also asks that Mr Lanidon be restrained from going to Nevada to seek a divorce Alabama normally raises about one-tenth of the Nation * cotton Song Recitol Planned Mis* Florence Man? 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