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Testimonial [[?]] [[Dust?]] to [[underlined]] Chandler  [[/underlined]] occasion of his retirement as professor. [[underlined]] [[?]],  Moore Baskerville, McMurtie, McKenna, and Schweitzer there [[/underlined]] - Why the latter? Afterward drove to Century Club, met Hooker there and some other acquaintances. Drove home with Lewis in rather cold night.
1910 [[underline]] February 6 [[underline]].  Very cold windy day.  Stayed home all day but for short motor excursion with George to Mandels and Hastings. So cold that [[strikethrough]] cheek [[/strikethrough]] cheeks felt [[pained?]].  I am afraid Radiator of car is frozen - had some trouble with cooling of cylinders on account of bad circulation.  [[underline]]George attended [[/underline]] to all this very intelligently. 
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[[underline]]Februar [[strikethrough]] i [[/strikethrough]] y 7.[[underline]]  Very cold weather yet we succeeded in thawing out motor car and radiator and to my delight found there is no damage done.  [[underlined]] May  was here and got initiated [[/underlined]] with experimental manufacture of Bakelite paper.
[[underlined]] February 8 [[underlined]].  Milder weather and slight thaw.  Busy all morning hoping to grind A in new ball mill.  I have been feeling very tired and empty headed during these last days. signs of dizziness.  In the [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] afternoon George [[underline]]Lufbery[[/underline]] Jr came here to ask my advice what to say to Peters who has asked him to make a [[underlined]] proposition to sell out. [[/underlined]]  Told him to do nothing and go ahead and build up first a business before selling out.  Drove Celine and Miss Robinson  & Lufbery all to New York after supper.  He [[later?]] went to concert at Carnegie.
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