Preface teachers in presenting this material to students. Their discussions and advice have been most useful. In this category we want particularly to mention Professors H. A. Haus, P. L. Penfield, D. C. White, G. L. Wilson, R. Gal-lager, and E. Pierson and Doctors J. Reynolds, W. H. Heiser, and A. Kusko. Professor Ketterer, who has taught this material at M.I.T. and the University of Pennsylvania, Professors C. D. Hendricks and J. M. Crowley, who have taught it at M.I.T. and the University of Illinois, and Professor W. D. Getty, who has taught it at M.I.T. and the University of Michigan, have been most generous with their comments. Messrs. Edmund Devitt, John Dressler, and Dr. Kent Edwards have checked the correctness of many of the mathematical treatments. Such a task as typing a manuscript repeatedly is enough to try the patience of anyone. Our young ladies of the keyboard, Miss M. A. Daly, Mrs. D. S. Figgins, Mrs. B. S. Morton, Mrs. E. M. Holmes, and Mrs. M.
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Professors C. D., Professors H. A., Janet D. Melcher, Professor W. D., D. S. Figgins