Science: Chemical Eng'rs at Du Pont's

During the grand rally which tycoons, farmers' spokesmen, chemists, propagandists and journalists conducted at Henry Ford's Dearborn, Mich. fortnight ago to transform farm products into factory goods, chemical engineers emerged as key men of the entire procedure.

Last week 521 such chemical engineers assembled at Pierre Samuel du Font's, Wilmington, Del. to tell each other some major developments of their year.

Mr. du Pont treated his guests more handsomely than Mr. Ford treated his guests the week before. After giving the tycoons, farmers' spokesmen, chemists, propagandists and journalists a neat New Englandish lunch,...

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