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4 H Twentyeighth Annual Report of the
The results of these analyses l1ave been published ie the Journal _
of Biological Chemistry, Vol. XXI., No. 3, July, 1915. .
STAFF. The present staff of the Experiment Station, includ `Z 1
ing the Board of Control, is given on page VII. of this report.
1 Below are given the appointments and resignations for the past V 4
-, year. _ '
Appoiuriunms ; 1
L. R. Himmelberger, of the Michigan Agricultural Experi-
ment Station, appointed March 1, 1915, to succeed Dr. E. W. 1
Mumma, deceased. 1 . _ ]
H. K. Wright, of the Michigan Agricultural College, ap- _ 1
pointed extension agent in hog cholera serum work, April 17,
Otis Kercher, in charge of boyslpig club work in Kentucky, 1
March 1, 1915, successor to T. E. Stokes.
5 Philip Lee Blumenthal, of Iowa Experiment Station, ap- 1
pointed chemist, department of chemistry, July, 1915.
Messrs. O. S. Lee and R. B. Taylor, appointed assistant r
g chemists in the department of commercial fertilizers in September
and October, 1915, respectively. 1
z N. R. Elliott, of Ohio State University, appointed assistant
horticulturist, September, 1915. 1
R. H. Wilkins, of Cornell University, appointed research as-
sistant poultry husbandry, September 1, 1915. 9
Rnsicmrions ; _
H. B. Hendrick, extension specialist in agronomy, resigned Z
January 1, 1915. _
E. F. Worthington, inspector, food and drug department,
,r. i resigned January 1, 1915.
T. E. Stokes, in charge of boys pig club work in Kentucky, _
resigned March 1, 1915.
F. W. Hofmann, assistant horticulturist, resigned July,
E. H. Nollau, assistant, department of research, resigned
1 December, 1915, _