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Author(s):Graffis, Herb; Grau, Fred V.
Title:Two tributes to O.J. Noer
Source:Golfdom: The Business Journal of Golf. Vol. 40, No. 8, August 1966, p. 40, 78.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Chicago, Illinois
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Personal profile; Professionalism; Career growth; Professional services; Education; Photography; Leadership
Subjects' Names:Noer, O. J.
Abstract/Contents:Profiles turfgrass researcher O. J. Noer. States that "revered by golf course superintendents across the [United States], he also commanded the respect of the scientific world concerned with soils, plant nutrition and grass ills." Mentions Noer's photography, stating that it "was almost a way of life...His color slides are known wherever turfgrass meetings and conferences have been held." States that "Noer, for years agronomist with the Milwaukee [Wisconsin] Sewerage Commission, was the most widely known turf expert." Details his career and educational history, stating that "he attended schools in Wisconsin and Germany prior to entering the University of Wisconsin where he graduated in 1912 with a B.S. [bachelor of science] in soils."
Language:English
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Note:Reprint appears in The Grass Roots, 11(7) November/December 1984, p. 21
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Graffis, H., and F. V. Grau. 1966. Two tributes to O.J. Noer. Golfdom: Bus. J. Golf. 40(8):p. 40, 78.
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