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that his paper was not accepted by the section [[strikethrough]] Silence [[/strikethrough]] Nagle retired in silence.
[[vertical line in margin highlights the remaining lines of this day's entry]]  This is the very first time such a thing happened since I am member of the American Chemical Society 
Animated discussion of the evening.  Next day all daily papers devoted much space to the subject.
Home 12 [[underlined superscript]] 35 [[/underlined superscript]] PM.
Oct 7.  Still [[red underline]] very nervous [[/red underline]] and tired but dictated letters till 11 AM then drove to Chemists Club to fetch Dudley who came 
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here for lunch.  Walk along aqueduct in afternoon and through Untermeyer's gardens. Then Celine, Nina and myself accompanied him to Pennsylvania station at 9. PM.
Oct. 8.  Slept better but not enough.  Cold but beautiful day.  I still [[red underline]] feel tired [[/red underline]] and [[red underline]] nervous [[/red underline]]
Spent easy morning. Used all afternoon to write up my journal which had been neglected since two months.  Busy at [[strikethrough]] it [[/strikethrough]] it until late at night.
Slept poorly.
Oct 9.  Feel [[red underline]] very tired [[/red underline]], badly
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Transcription Notes:
I have noticed some transcriptions as "Chemists Club" and others as "Clenuts club". I have been unable to find "Clenuts Club" online and have subsequently gone with Chemists Club, which was active at the time (it is still active) and would have been the logical place for the described events to occur. - wenken It is correctly written as "The Chemists' Club". HK

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