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1A LYTHURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1932

Pollock Blames Sad Condition of
Field Of Physics Is
Blunders For
Voiced By LaPorte
Brueninos Fall
"Theoretical physics is at the pres-1
ent moment in a sad condition," Prof.
[itler Is Out-Maneuvered Otto LaPorte of the department of
physics, who has recently returned
By Present Government, from extensive research abroad, said
Declares Professor in an interview yesterday.
"The difficulties which prevented
a reconciliation between the theory
"The wrong thing at the wrong of relativity and the quantum theory
time" was the characterization ap- have not yet been removed, and no
plied yesterday by Prof. James K. essential theoretical advances have
Pollock, of the political science de- been made in the last few yeaI,"
partment, to the acts that led to the said Professor LaPorte. "After such'
resignation last May of Heinrich brilliant strides made in this field
Bruening from the chancellorship of between 1925 an 1928, progress ap-
Germany. pears to have come to a dead stop.
Professor Pollock's statement was "Further .advances will come, I be-
made in an address on "The Transi- lieve, from experimental physics by
tion in Germany" which he delivered way of some very revolutionary ex-
at yesterday's monthly meeting of periments made at Cavendish Labor-
the foreign relations group of the atory, Cambridge, England, on the
University branch of the American existance of a new elementary par-
Association of University women. ticle, the neutron."
According to Professor Pollock, ex- Professor LaPorte, who was grant-
Chancellor Bruening, during the two ed leave of absence last February,
years that he had held power, had covered five European countries in
gained the respect of foreign nations connection with his research work
and had demonstrated that he was and held discussions with a number
thoroughly conversant with the situ- of renowned European professors,
ation within Germany. His resigna- many of whom he had previously
tion followed President von Hniden- met during former Summer Sessions
burg's refusal to express complete of the University. Every summer the
confidence in him prior to the Lau- "Symposium on Theoretical Physics"
sanne conference. takes place here, to which many well
Professor Pollock pointed out that known physicists throughout the
the present government is decidedly world, come.
a reactionary one, and said that it At the University of Leyden, Hol-
had achieved power principally by land, he met and worked with Prof.
out-maneuvering Hitler at his own George E. Uhlenbeck, also of the
game. physics department and still abroad
Professor Pollock indicated that o) lleavc.


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