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Eastern Colorado Plainsman
Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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PAGE 4 EASTERN COLORAgM) PLAINSMAN THURS., APR. 17, 1980, An internationally-recog- nized expert in animal repro- duction has joined the staff of Colorado State University's Animal Reproduction Labora- tory. The new facility member is Dr. Ruppert P. Amann. His re- search on male reproductive physiology of farm animals has emphasized exploitation of the reproductive capacity of the male, and improvement of the reproductive efficiency of cattle. The long-term goal of his research on epididymal func- tion is to provide leads for de- velopment of a male contra- ceptive. He received his bachelor's degree in dairy husbandry from the University of Maine. His master's degree and doc- torate are from Pennsylvania State University. After postdoctoral training at the Danish Royal Veterinary College, Amann devoted 17 years to research at the Dairy Breeding Research Center of Pennsylvania State University, where in 1972 he became pro- fessor of dairy physiology. His research has involved 13 species, a variety of novel coming involved in commun- ity activities by contributing at least 12 hours of time to some worthwhile charity or civic work. Miss McDannold, Miss Teen USA, contributed over 520 hours of volunteer service to her community. Among the prizes the win- ner of the Miss Colorado Teen USA Pageant will receive is an all-expense-paid trip to com- pete in the national finals, and a $500 cash scholarship to the school of her choice. 'At the national level, over $15,000 tn cash scholarships will be awarded. Contestants will be judged on civic involvement, school activities, beauty, poise, per- sonality, and their speech or talent presentation. No swim- suit competition is required. Whittiker is sponsored by her father. Her scholastic activities in- clude National Honor Society, Student Council vice-presi- dent, class president, and yearbook editor. To apply for this special fi- nancing, individuals should contact the nearest office of Heritage Savings and Loan Association, beginning April 11, to complete preapplication processing. Formal applica- tions will be accepted, begin- ning April 15. i at ~ It~e ~lm I~l~ IR uam, dBBIB 1 ~4t, lxnmd~ 1 ~ Iw ~ tdll= u, ud I'" uul IJ~ n~u II~Ul ~ CASH Nm mpa~ for ~ ~'~e mki, Not n,=Po,,=ade for ~ ' [~,~~ ~r~ AUL"T~3NEE~S~ Phone ~lv,lVI~760 ~ ~ ~flon. techniques, and collaboration with scientists at many uni- versities. From 1975-76, he was a vis- iting professor at CSU. During that year, he and his col- leagues published original data on the production and storage of sperm by stallions and Rhesus monkeys. Amann developed tech- niques for measuring daily production of spermatozoa, and provided the first quanti- tire data on production and storage of sperm in dairy bulls, Rhesus monkeys and humans. His research on N- , men physiology has led to so- lutions of applied problems in artificial insemination. ) A SiS-a-plate Hugo BPA benefit dinner, at the raised over $1,000 for the Eastern Trails Museum last In 1979, Amann received the American Society of Animal Science Award in Animal Physiology and Endocrinolo- gy for outstanding research. Amann also is a respected teacher of reproductive phys- iology. The Elbert-Lincoln County Bookmobile will sponsor a bake sale on Saturday, April 19, at Genoa High School, be- ginning at 10 a.m. This will be in conjunction with the Genoa Lions Club annual auction. Money from the toward purchasing needed books for the mobile. Food donations so contact Dalene you can contribute. "07 t'd $ re A savings account can shape your future. If you would like to have money available when you need it, you can depend on your savings account to help you out! Eady saving pays off later! THE FIRST T HU60, C0LOUD0 PHOHE 143-2415