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It appears that his abilities on the golf course also played a part! The chairman of the Board, Harold Swift, later wrote The leaders of the city became excited, and the University became very excited. He handled himself well. He met the public well. The idea that a university president might beat almost any member of the Commercial Club in a golf game was something new.
One might have expected that Mason would have stayed in his post as president of the University of Chicago for a long spell; certainly many around the university expected that he would. However he was only there for three years before, in June , he resigned to become the natural sciences director of the Rockefeller Foundation in New York. Whether the move was related to the death of his wife in it is hard to say, but he certainly left Chicago after her death. The father and son philanthropists both named John D Rockefeller had founded the Rockefeller Foundation in Mason was the director of Natural Sciences Division of the Rockefeller Foundation for one year and then became president of the foundation in after George E Vincent retired.
After becoming president, Mason approached Weaver to take up the post of director of the Natural Sciences Division. Mason held the position of president until when he moved to California to join the team directing the construction of the Palomar Observatory. George Ellery Hale, the original designer of the -inch telescope, died shortly after Mason joined the team and he took over as chairman. There were many problems to solve with the -inch telescope, in particular the mirror deformed under gravity as it was moved.
Mason used his engineering skills to solve these problems with the telescope which was completed in We noted above that Mason's wife Mary died in He married for a second time and then, in , he married Helen Schermerhorn Young but she died in One year later Mason married Daphne Crane Drake who became his fourth wife.
Mason's mathematical research interests lay in differential equations , the calculus of variations and electromagnetic theory. He developed the relation between the algebra of matrices and integral equations as well as studying boundary value problems. Other topics in the large range of applied mathematics topics which he studied were existence theorems and asymptotic expansions. He published seven papers in the Transactions of the American Mathematical Society between and : Green's theorem and Green's functions for certain systems of differential equations , The doubly periodic solutions of Poisson's equation in two independent variables , A problem of the calculus of variations in which the integrand is discontinuous , On the boundary value problems of linear ordinary differential equations of second order , The expansion of a function in terms of normal functions ; The properties of curves in space which minimize a definite integral and Fields of extremals in space He also published Curves of minimum moment of inertia with respect to a point in the Annals of Mathematics in , and he invented acoustical compensators.
He wrote a number of books, in particular The New Haven Mathematical Colloquium and he co-authored The Electromagnetic Field with Warren Weaver which was first published in and reprinted in A strong supporter of the American Mathematical Society , he was an associate editor of the Transactions of the American Mathematical Society between and After he retired in , Mason moved to Claremont, California, and taught at Claremont College for a year.
Let us end our biography with a quotation from Mason which he wrote in the preface to Edward Price Bell's Europe's Economic Sunrise :- Unless man can set his social house in order References show. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica. National Academy of Sciences 37 , - Family-Friendly Movies and Shows in April. Do you have a demo reel? Add it to your IMDb page. Find out more at IMDbPro ». How Much Have You Seen? How much of Max Mason's work have you seen? Known For. Sweeney 2 SPG Constable.
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