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50 [[margin - Metz]] from the "Giant Scotchman" at the "End of the World" show, to the manager of the Scenic railway. [[margin - Shiphaus]] We tried to lose Schipphaus by giving in the hands of the giant of the "End of the World" who led him in a labyrinth. Drove home at 5 P.M. with Zinsser, Moore, & Bowman. Car ran beautifully over that excellent Coney Island [[strikethrough]] Drive [[/strikethrough]] Boulevard. Took supper at Mouquins then all went to Princeton Club thence home. Put Zinsser at his house about 11:30 P.M. [margin - Zinsser]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 51 June 23. Sunday. Spent all day busily in my laboratory [[strikethrough]] whic will [[/strikethrough]] research work on Bakalite and similar problems. [[margin - Bakalite further successes]] June 24. Same very busy day. [[underlined]] I think I have established now the proper foundations for Bakalite also for the [[/underlined]] wood hardening process which Thurlow worked so unsuccessfully and at the same time I have found the means for considerably improving Novolak Varnish. Poor sleep since several days. To night at 2 P.M. concluded that it was better to go up to my study room and finish some writing.
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