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engage another chemist. Then went to Brooklyn laboratory to use equipment Paulus has put up. He has done good construction work. Home with 6:15 P.M train. Got news that Hayden Interference case has been settled in our favor. No [[underlined]] for the Damard [[/underlined]] Co. 
Dec 3. Started digging [[strikethrough]] under [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] for coal bin under piazza [[/underlined]] Magnificent weather Dictated information for complaint in [[underlined]] Damard [[/underlined]] case. to Brickenstein  At 5 P. M jumped aboard Wolverine train for [[underlined]]Detroit[[/underlined]] when I met Olsen, Whitaker
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Langmire, Thompson and other members of [[red pencil in margin]] [[Am?]] [[/margin]]
[[underlined]] Institute [[/underlined]] ^of Chemical Engineers^.  They came in my drawing room where I served white port wine
Dec 4  Took breakfast at Cadillac Hotel. Clear weather.  Then immediately morning session.  Dr. Theodore Wagner elected my successor  excused for absence on account of witness stand  After Lunch visit to Parke Davis & Co.  Boring trip.  Took short rest then at 8 P.M my presidential address at Hotel Cadillac [[strikethrough]] On [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] "Protection of intellectual property rights in relation to chemical Industry." [[/underlined]]
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