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Karl T. Compton ; Corporation of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.

NO ONE COULD help but be deeply appreciative of the honor of being selected as a recipient of the Hoover Medal. Few, if any, of the recipients will have had such reason as I for a feeling of humility when we compare our attempts to serve our community and nation with the high standards set by the donor of this medal, Conrad N. Lauer, and by the great American, Herbert Hoover, in whose honor the medal was named and who was its first recipient.

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Electrical Engineering  (Volume:70 ,  Issue: 3 )