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Several hundred people will be entertained at the University Saturday, when the members of the Electrochemical Society of America and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, who are holding their annual convention in Boston this week will visit the University.
Professor Theodore W. Richards '86, Ph.D. '88, of the Department of Chemistry, will welcome the conference in the Faculty Room of University Hall, Saturday morning after which they will be taken on a sightseeing tour of the University. A buffet luncheon will be given the members of the convention at the Union.
The members of both societies assembled yesterday at the Hotel Copley Plaza for a joint conference, and today they will visit M. I. T. Following their entertainment by the University the members of the convention will visit the Electrostatic Separation Company at Arlington.
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