Karl Darrow recently classified meetings of the American Physical Society on the basis of whether they are “large” or “pleasant.” The Cleveland meeting of the American Physical Society, March 10–12, was definitely of the second type, since it proved possible for all of the members who attended to spend considerable time discussing problems at leisure in the quiet way that characterized most of the meetings before the war.

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