Concentrated Iron Found in Food At Kirkland; Economy Move Hinted
Iron is an essential part of the student's diet. In the past if has passed into the stomachs of thousands, served by the central kitchen in the form of spinach, liver, apricots, and other conventional and expensive foods. Yesterday it was served in the form pictured here a small but potent mill shaving.
Michel B. Greenebaum '55 was the first to receive the mineral in this form. He was served a single portion when he went to his afternoon meal in Kirkland House yesterday. Probing his macarout and hamburger mixture Greenebaum was surprised to discover the little body builder cleverly concealed amongst the move standardized feed.
The appearance of the shaving may mark a new in dining hall policy-and for this reason Greenebaum sacrificed his diet to save if as a members.
Although the low cost shavings, high in content. may at first be mixed in conspicuously can expect the helping to increase with general acceptance of the new straight numerals policy.
Dining hall costs should be considerably reduced as a result of the program since quantities of null shavings are expected to be much cheaper than the conventional foods employed by the kitchens hereto force and require a minimum of cooking.