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ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENTS LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT OF PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY November 18, 1953 Dr. Walter V. Price, President American Dairy Science Association University of Wisconsin Madison 6, Wisconsin Dear Dr. Price: The Pennsylvania State University is happy that the American Dairy Science Association has selected our institution as the site of its Forty-Ninth Meeting on June 22-24, 1954. It is my understanding that your last visit here in June 1936 was a stimulating one. I hope your 1954 meeting will be even more so. Since your last visit, we have expanded and improved our guest facilities, so that I am confident you will be quite comfortable. Our scientific resources have also been improved to a gratifying degree. Both the Dairy Production Center and the Dairy Cattle Breeding Research Center are completely new. They, as well as other unique research and instructional units on the campus, will interest most of you. Please accept for yourself and extend to your associates a most cordial welcome from all of us, and my best wishes for a pleasant and profitable meeting. Sincerely, MILTON S. EISENHOWER President, The Pennsylvania State University PAPERS FOR THE 1954 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN DAIRY SCIENCE ASSOCIATION The 49th annual meeting of the American Dairy Science Association will be held June 22-24, 1954, on the campus of the Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania. All members who wish to present papers should submit the titles and two copies of an abstract of each paper not later than March 1 to the Chairman of their Section and an additional copy each to the Vice-Chairman and Secretary of that Section. To be acceptable, an abstract must not exceed 200 words. Terminology used in the abstracts should be under- standable by the general reader, according to a resolution adopted in 1951. It is important that titles and abstracts be received promptly, since abstracts of the final program must be made available to the printer in time to appear in the June issue of the Join'hal. It may be necessary to read some papers by title only, if it is found impossible, because of time limitations, to present them 119

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A S S O C I A T I O N A N N O U N C E M E N T S

L E T T E R F R O M T H E P R E S I D E N T OF P E N N S Y L V A N I A S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y

November 18, 1953 Dr. Wal te r V. Price, Pres ident Amer ican Da i ry Science Association Univers i ty of Wisconsin Madison 6, Wisconsin

Dear Dr. Pr ice :

The Pennsy lvan ia State Univers i ty is h a p p y tha t the Amer ican Da i ry Science Association has selected our inst i tut ion as the site of its Fo r ty -Nin th Meeting on June 22-24, 1954. I t is my unders tand ing tha t your last visit here in J u n e 1936 was a s t imulat ing one. I hope your 1954 meet ing will be even more so.

Since your last visit, we have expanded and improved our gues t facilities, so tha t I am confident you will be quite comfortable. Our scientific resources have also been improved to a g ra t i fy ing degree. Both the Da i ry Produc t ion Center and the Da i ry Cattle Breeding Research Center are completely new. They, as well as other unique research and instruct ional units on the campus, will interest most of you.

Please accept for yourself and extend to your associates a most cordial welcome f rom all of us, and my best wishes for a pleasant and profitable meeting.

Sincerely,

MILTON S. EISENHOWER President, The Pennsylvania

State University

P A P E R S F O R T H E 1954 A N N U A L M E E T I N G OF T H E A M E R I C A N D A I R Y S C I E N C E A S S O C I A T I O N

The 49th annual meet ing of the Amer ican Da i ry Science Association will be held June 22-24, 1954, on the campus of the Pennsy lvania State Univers i ty , State College, Pennsylvania . All members who wish to present papers should submit the titles and two copies of an abs t rac t of each p a p e r not l a te r than March 1 to the Cha i rman of their Section and an addit ional copy each to the Vice-Chairman and Secre tary of tha t Section. To be acceptable, an abs t rac t must not exceed 200 words. Terminology used in the abstracts should be under- s tandable by the general reader, according to a resolution adopted in 1951. I t is impor tan t that titles and abstracts be received prompt ly , since abst racts of the final p rog ram must be made available to the p r in t e r in t ime to appea r in the June issue of the Join'hal. I t may be necessary to read some papers by title only, if i t is found impossible, because of t ime limitations, to present them

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in their entirety on the section program. The respective section officers are as follows :

EXTENSION SECTION

Chairman: Stanley Gaunt, Department of Dairy Industry, University of Massa- chusetts, Amherst

Vice-Chairman: E. T. Itsehner, Department of Dairy Husbandry, University of Missouri, Columbia

Secretary: George Werner, Department of Dairy Husbandry, University of Wisconsin, Madison

MANUFACTURING SECTION

Chairman: A. J. Morris, Department of Dairy Husbandry and Manufacturing, Utah State Agricultural College, Logan

Vice-Chairman: G. H. Hartman, W'hite House Milk Company, 102 Revere Drive, Manitowoc, Wisconsin

Secretary: W. M. Roberts, Animal Industry Department, University of North Carolina, Raleigh

PRODUCTION SECTION

Chairman: Phillip L. Kelly, Department of Dairy Husbandry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Vice-Chairman: R. E. Erb, Department of Dairy Science, State College of Washington, Pullman

Secretary: N. P. Ralston, Dairy Department, Michigan State College, East Lansing

The general program committee believes that no person should present more than two papers, thereby making possible active participation by more members. No title will be considered that is unaccompanied by a suitable abstract not exceeding 200 words in length. It is desired that more contributions be sub- mitted by senior staff members and from the laboratories of industry.

Because of problems in slide projection, it is desirable for speakers to dis- tribute mimeographed copies of pertinent data, together with a brief summary of the paper.