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Crawford, Robert S. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 23, Number 5 (March 1922)

Frost, Russell
Wisconsin Dairy Jubilee,   p. [146]

Page [146]

istries from Australia :and -South: Africa were also recorded. The big radiophone
casting station of the Physics department installed a receiving set and amplifier
in the
agricultural auditorium and jubliee visitors were given the latest market,
weather; and
time reports each noon. Music by wireless was also transmitted daily for
a few minutes
following the other reports. On the program were many of the Nation's leaders:
Addams, LL.D. '04, of Hull House fame; Dr. -Carolyn Hedger, nutrition specialist
Chicago,- Ill.; F. 0. Lowden, president of the Holstein Friesian Ass'n of
America; John
Clay, commission man-of Chicago; and Dr. Alonzo Taylor, Hoover's associate
in the food
administration. Presidents of national breed associations, who attended,
were: M.-D.
Munn, American Jersey Cattle Club; Paul Reymann, Nat'l Ayrshire Ass'n; A.
E. Bowers,
Brown Swiss Ass'n, and D. D. Aitkin, ex-president Nat'l Holstein Friesian
   *The exhibits in Agricultural Pavilion portraying "Fifty Years of
Dairy Progress,"
 carried home a message in vivid fashion of the climb of the Badger State
in the dairy
 industry. K. L. Hatch, '09, of the College of Agriculture was chairman of
the comr-
 mittee in charge of these exhibits. A government display showing eyery phase
of the
 ity industry composed of 22 booths attracted much attention.
 .In addition to Conducting a big dairy school in connection with the Jubilee
the college
 Qffered special courses devoted to poultry. These were attended by over
700. A short
 cotqrse for women was another special feature. About 250 farm women gave
attention to
 fhe6piIoblems of saving steps in the home.. Mrs. Nellie Kedzie Jones was
a prominent
 kdbi  in the demonstration work offered for women.

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