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otherwise the vote for all other state offices is [[underline]] overwhelmingly Republican, [[/underline]] showing that after all American voters are not so stupid and use discrimination when the final test comes up. Everybody pleased. Let us hope [[underline]] Coolidge [[/underline]] will have better support from those men of his party who tried to thwart his earnest work.
Took 11:30 train for Baltimore with [[underline]] C.W. Blount [[/underline]] of Bakelite Corporation accompanying me.
Arriving at ^[[U]] [[underline]] Baltimore [[/underline]] ^[[Johns Hopkins]] Dr Penniman there to shower too much hospitality upon me giving
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me barely time to dress and wash. Then informal dinner about 20 present. Then my lecture at [[underline]] Engineers Club, [[/underline]] speaking about A.C.S. the Endowment Fund and [[underline]] Misdirected Efforts in Research. [[/underline]] Well received by mixed audience.  Several ladies also three catholic priests - teachers and their pupils. - Everything well received then informal reception.  [[underline]] Dohme, Bloede, Penniman, Randall there. Neil Gordon Chairman. [[/underline]]
Then took train for Cleveland 11:30 P.M.
Nov. 6. [[underline]] Neil Gordon [[/underline]] who is on the train en route for Cleveland Intersectional meeting tells me about 
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