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[[underlined]] Fish [[/underlined]] again there.  We spoke several times.  I spoke several times in a conciliatory way.  The disagreement is about asking for a commission.  [[underlined]] Fish [[/underlined]] and the others think this [[underlined]] is dangerous [[/underlined]] and ill-advised at this time.  I think otherwise.  Mershon and other inventors makes it condition sine qua non  Finally thru [[underlined]] Pupin [[/underlined]] a resolution was passed on which we all voted unanimously.  
At lunch conference with [[underlined]] Fish, Townsend [[/underlined]] and Brickenstein in regard to last tactics to start [[underlined]] our infringement suit [[/underlined]] [[in pencil below text]] against Condensite [[/pencil note]]
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After that, I joined the others and we separated at about 2 P.M.  Remained all afternoon at Townsend's office.  At evening I invited Towsend, Brickenstein and Pupin for supper.  Then went to Cosmos Club.  Then took B. & O. at 12:15 P.M.  Slept poorly like usually.
April 17.  Arrived N.Y. early went directly to office. Reported to Hasslacher.  May not there. [[strikethrough]] Took [[/strikethrough]] Went to Hooker's office spent two hours there reporting on several matters.  Charge 2 hours  [[in margin]] # 10.00 [[/in margin]] ($10.00) [[underlined]] Hooker is very active in Roosevelt 
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