1953 Gustav Egloff award Anglo Iranian Oil Manne Siegbahn Conant Einstein Bradford Era PA August 11
Dr. Gustav Egloff Honored by Royal Edinburgh Society o f : a ) 0 DES PLAINES, 111.--Dr. Gustav Etiloff, director of research for Universal Oil Products Co. has been elected an honorary fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh- one of four prominent persons not British subjects who have been so honored this year. Dr. Egloff joins an imposing list of world-famous personages who are honorary fellows of the Royal Society, which was instituted by | royal charter in 1783 for the promo- tion of science and literature. Among present honorary fellows are the Duke of Edinburgh, husband husband of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain; the Duke of Windsor; Windsor; Dr. Albert Einstein; Dr. Enrico Enrico Fermi, professor of nuclear physics at the University of Chicago Chicago and one of the group of scientists who perfected the atom and Dr. James Bryant Conant, former president of Harvard University University and now U. S. high commissioner commissioner to West Germany. The three other honorary fellows not subjects of Great Britain who were elected for 1953 are Prof. Otto Struve. department of astronomy, astronomy, University of California: Prof. Carl Peter Henrik Dam. department department of biochemistry. Polytechnic Polytechnic Institute. Copenhagen, and Prof. Karl Manne Georg Siegbahn, physicist of Stockholm. Dr. Egloff, upon being informed of his admittance into the society, revealed that since 1938 he has been an honorary Scotsman "with all the rights and privileges there- Â· to." Dr. Egloff said the honor conferred upon him in Glasgow by the late Lord Cadman, then chairman of the board of the Iranian Oil Co. Ltd., who gave him the right also to design his own tartan. i !