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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] 1 [[/preprinted]] November. 6. 1908 morning dictating letters and laboratory work. Ditto afternoon. Then went to New York. meeting of Am. Chem. Society. Dinner at Savoy Nichols. A W Noyes & Weber present I awarded ^[[insertion]] as chairman of N.Y Section Am. Chem. S. [[/insertion]] Nichols Medal to A.W Noyes & Weber. for chem work on automic weight of chlorine. I made short address ^[[insertion]] see "Science" [[/insertion]] so did W. H. Nichols his address was very good. Noyers & Webber concurred. Everything went very smoothly and satisfactorily. The paper by Dr Teeple on lactic acid enzyme
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