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					May 6, 2003 ■ Kansas City, Missouri, USA
KANSAS CITY CONVENTION CENTER
AOCS ANNUAL MEETING
AWARDS/BUSINESS
BREAKFAST 2003
                                          2003 Annual Meeting Awards/Business Breakfast
                                          Call to order (Foglia)
                                          Welcome and introduction of local committee
                                            (Deland Myers/Joseph Casey)
                                          Approval of minutes (Haas)
                                          Retiring President’s Address (Foglia)
     Thomas Foglia      Mark Matlock
                                          Nomination and Election Committee Report (Cox)
                                          Passing of the Gavel (Foglia)
                                          Presentation of Past President’s Key (Matlock)
    AOCS 2002–2003
                                          Incoming President’s Address (Matlock)
    Governing Board                       Awards Presentations
    President: Thomas Foglia
                                                Student Awards
    Vice President: Mark Matlock
                                                Honored Student Awards
    Secretary: Michael Haas
                                                Frank C. Naughton Award
    Treasurer: Philip Bollheimer
                                                Manuchehr (Manny) Eijadi Award
    Members-at-Large: Casimir
                                                Health and Nutrition Division Student Excellence Award
    Akoh, Richard Farmer, Blake
                                                Analytical Division Student Award
    Hendrix, Steven Hill, Anu Hopia,
                                                Biotechnology Student Excellence Award
    Howard Knapp, Hans
                                                Edible Applications Student Excellence Award
    Nieuwenhuis, David Robinson
                                                Processing Division Student Excellence Award
    Division Council
                                                Surfactants and Detergents Division Student Travel Award
    Representative: George Liepa
2   Immediate Past President:
                                                Ralph Potts Memorial Fellowship Award
                                                AOCS Scholarships
    Michael Cox
                                                AOCS Thomas H. Smouse Memorial Fellowship Award
    Education Chairperson:
    Marjorie Besemer                            Division Awards
    Publications Chairperson:                   The Soap and Detergent Association Distinguished Paper Award
    Lawrence A. Johnson                         Archer Daniels Midland Award for Best Paper in Protein and
    Technical Chairperson:                        Co-Products
    Ian Purtle                                  Phospholipid Division Best Paper
                                                Timothy L. Mounts Award
                                                Herbert J. Dutton Award
    Each year the AOCS and its com-             SDA Glycerine Innovation Research Award
    ponent groups present awards                Biotechnology Division Lifetime Achievement Award
    to recognize accomplishments                Scientific Awards
    by individuals in the realm of              Smalley Check Sample Award
    fats, oils, and related materials.          Doughtie Award
                                                AOCS Young Scientist Research Award
    Recipients range from longtime
                                                AOCS Corporate Achievement Award
    AOCS members who have spent
                                                Stephen S. Chang Award
    years in their specialties to grad-         Supelco/Nicholas Pelick–AOCS Research Award
    uate students who are just                  Society Awards
    beginning their careers. The                AOCS Fellow
    AOCS congratulates each of the              AOCS Award of Merit
    2002–2003 award recipients.           Adjournment (Matlock)
Award of Merit                                             Supelco/Nicholas Pelick–AOCS
The Award of Merit is presented annually for pro-          Research Award
ductive service to the AOCS. Leadership in technical,      The Supelco/Nicholas Pelick–AOCS Research
administrative, or special committees and activities;      Award was established to recognize outstanding
outstanding service that has advanced the Society’s        original research, as presented in high-quality techni-
prestige, standing, or interests; and services not oth-    cal papers regarding fats, oils, lipid chemistry, or bio-
erwise specifically recognized are considered.             chemistry. Supelco, Inc., a subsidiary of Sigma
                                                           Aldrich Corp., and Nicholas Pelick, a longtime mem-
                  This year the award will be pre-         ber and past president of the AOCS, are the spon-
                  sented to Satish C. Singhal of           sors of this award.
                  American Soybean Association
                  (retired), India.                                           Milton J. Rosen of City University
                                                                              of New York, Brooklyn, New York,
                                                                              is this year’s recipient of the
                                                                              Supelco/Nicholas Pelick–AOCS
                                                                              Research Award. The award con-
AOCS Fellow                                                                   sists of a plaque, an $8,000 hon-
In 1997, the AOCS created the AOCS Fellow cate-                               orarium, and travel expenses.
gory of membership. Veteran AOCS members whose
achievements in science entitle them to exceptionally      The plaque will be presented at the Awards/Business
important recognition or who have rendered unusual-        Breakfast. Dr. Rosen’s presentation titled “The
ly important service to the Society or to the profession
are eligible for this honor. Candidates must have been
                                                           Fascination with Surfactants” will be presented on
                                                           Tuesday, May 6, at 2:00 p.m.
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an AOCS member for a minimum of 15 years. AOCS
Fellows are an elite group whose membership cannot         Stephen S. Chang Award
exceed 1% of the AOCS membership. The Fellow cer-          The Stephen S. Chang Award was established to rec-
tificates will be presented at the Awards Breakfast.       ognize a scientist, technologist, or engineer who has
                                                           made distinguished accomplishments in basic
               2003 AOCS Fellows                           research that have been used by industry for the
                                                           improvement or development of products related to
                                                           lipids. This award is sponsored by the late Stephen S.
                                                           Chang and his wife, Lucy D. Chang.

                                                                              David F. Horrobin of Laxdale Ltd.
                                                                              in Scotland has been awarded the
                                                                              Stephen S. Chang Award for
 Edward Emken        Thomas Foglia      Yung-Shen (Vic)                       2003. The award consists of a
                                            Huang                             jade horse. The award will be pre-
                                                                              sented in absentia during the
                                                                              Awards Breakfast.

                                                           Corporate Achievement Award
                                                           The AOCS Corporate Achievement Award was
                                                           established to recognize industry achievement for an
                                                           outstanding process, product, or contribution that has
             Akira Mori       Richard Wilson
    made the greatest impact on its industry segment. The     SDA Glycerine Innovation Research
    joint nomination for Clover Corporation Ltd. and          Award
    Food Science Australia is in recognition of the           This new award was established to recognize out-
    technological, commercial, and public health impact       standing achievement for research into new applica-
    of their joint research in oil microencapsulation tech-   tions for glycerine with particular emphasis on com-
    nology. The award will be presented at the Business       mercial viability. The award is sponsored by The
    Breakfast and consists of a plaque to the corporation     Soap and Detergent Association and administered
    and a certificate to the research organization.           through the Industrial Oil Products Division.

    Young Scientist Research Award                                              This year’s recipient is Joia
    The AOCS Young Scientist Research Award recog-                              Spooner–Wyman of Procter &
    nizes a young scientist who has made a significant                          Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio. The
    and substantial research contribution in one of the                         award honorarium of $3,000 will
    areas represented by the Divisions of the AOCS. The                         be    presented      after   Ms.
    award consists of a plaque, a $1,000 honorarium,                            Spooner–Wyman’s presentation
    and financial support to attend the AOCS Annual                             “Evaluation of Di-Butoxy Glycerol
    Meeting & Expo. The sponsor for the 2003 award is         as a Diesel Fuel Blend Component” on Wednesday,
    Professor Vijai K.S. Shukla and the International         May 7, in the Alternative Fuels session. The award
    Food Science Centre A/S in Denmark.                       plaque was presented at the Industrial Oil Products
                                                              luncheon on Monday, May 5.
                      Yeonhwa Park of the University of
                      Wisconsin, Madison, is this year’s
4                     recipient. The award was present-
                                                              Timothy L. Mounts Award
                                                              This new award was established to recognize
                      ed at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, May         research accomplishments relating to the science,
                      5. The title of Dr. Park’s presenta-    technology, or applications of edible oils or deriva-
                      tion was “Effects of CLA Isomers on     tives in food products. The award is sponsored by
                      Tumor Necrosis Factor.”                 Lonza Inc. and administered through the Edible
                                                              Applications Division.
    Biotechnology Division Lifetime
    Achievement Award                                                           This year’s recipient is Dharma
    This award was developed in 1998 to honor lifetime                          Kodali of Cargill, Minnesota. The
    outstanding performance and meritorious contribu-                           award honorarium of $500 will
    tions to an area of interest to the AOCS                                    be presented after Dr. Kodali’s
    Biotechnology Division. The award consists of a                             lecture entitled “High-Stability
    $3,500 honorarium and a plaque. The award is                                Oils—Oxidative Stability” on
    sponsored by Taiyo Kagaku Co., Ltd.                                         Wednesday, May 7, in the Frying
                                                              Fats session. The award plaque will be presented
                    The winner of this award is Rolf D.       during the Edible Applications/Protein and Co-
                    Schmid of the University of               Products Division dinner on Tuesday, May 6.
                    Stuttgart, Germany. The award
                    was presented during the                  Herbert J. Dutton Award
                    Biocatalysis II symposium on              The Herbert J. Dutton Award is sponsored by the
                    Monday, May 5, after his presen-          Analytical Division and is given to a scientist who has
                    tation “We Enter as We Please—            made significant contributions to the analysis of fats
    Leaving, We Have No Choice: Short Confessions             and oils or for work that has resulted in major
    About Some Lifelong Obsessions.”
advances in the understanding of processes utilized
in the fats and oils industry.

                  This year’s recipient is Jerry W.
                  King of the Los Alamos National
                  Laboratory, New Mexico. The
                  award, which consists of a plaque
                  and a $1,000 honorarium, will be                   Mila Hojilla-       Lawrence A.
                                                                     Evangelista           Johnson
                  presented at the Analytical Division
                  luncheon at 12:00 noon,
Wednesday, May 7. His presentation is titled             category are Mila Hojilla-Evangelista and
“Supercritical Fluids—A Conduit to Interdisciplinary     Lawrence A. Johnson for “Factors Affecting Oil
Research.”                                               Extraction/Water Adsorption in Sequential
                                                         Extraction Processing of Corn.” (JAOCS 79, no. 8,
Phospholipid Division Best Paper                         pp. 815–823).
Award
The Phospholipid Division Award for Best Paper is                           This year’s recipient in the chem-
presented annually to the authors of the best paper                         istry/nutrition category is William
relating to phospholipids published during the last                         L. Boatright for “Effect of Gallic
year. This award is sponsored and administered by                           Acid on the Aroma Constituents of
the Phospholipid Division of the AOCS and the                               Soymilk and Soy Protein” (JAOCS
                                                                            79, no. 4, pp. 317–323).
International Lecithin and Phospholipid Society
(ILPS).
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                                                         The awards will be presented at the Edible
                This year’s recipients are S.            Applications/Protein and Co-Products Division din-
                Danviriyakul (picutured), D.J.           ner on Tuesday, May 6.
                McClements, E. Decker, W.W.
                Nawar, and P. Chinachoti for             The SDA Award
                their article published in Journal of    The Soap and Detergent Association (of the United
                Food Science 67(6), 2183–2189            States) Award is presented annually to the authors of
                titled “Physical Stability of Spray-     the best technical paper appearing during the pre-
Dried Milk Fat Emulsion as Affected by Emulsifiers       ceding year in the Journal of Surfactants and
and Processing Conditions.” The award was present-       Detergents (JSD), a publication of AOCS Press. The
ed at the Phospholipid Division luncheon, on             Soap and Detergent Association, along with the
Monday, May 5.                                           Surfactants and Detergents Division of the AOCS,
                                                         sponsors this award. The award consists of a plaque
Archer Daniels Midland Award                             and a $1,000 honorarium paid by The Soap and
The Archer Daniels Midland Award is presented            Detergent Association.
annually to the authors of the best paper relating to
proteins and co-products published during the past
year in AOCS Press publications. The award is spon-
sored by Archer Daniels Midland and is adminis-
tered by the Protein and Co-Products Division of the
AOCS.

This year’s recipients in the engineering/technology     John Scamehorn         Wei-Li Yuan     Edgar A. O’Rear
    This year’s recipients are John Scamehorn, Cheryl            emphasis in industrial applications. The scholarship
    H. Rodriguez, Wei-Li Yuan, and Edgar A. O’Rear               recipient for the 2003–2004 academic year is
    for “Kinetics of Precipitation of Surfactants. III. Atomic   Rodrigo Campos at the University of Guelph,
    Force Microscopy of Precipitate Crystal” (JSD 5, no.         Canada.
    3, pp. 269–280). Their award will be presented dur-
    ing the Surfactants and Detergents Division luncheon         Now Foods sponsors a $2,500 scholarship to sup-
    on Tuesday, May 6.                                           port a graduate student studying dietary supplemen-
                                                                 tation that improves athletic performance. The schol-
    AOCS Thomas H. Smouse Memorial                               arship recipient for the 2003–2004 academic year
    Fellowship Award                                             is Graeme J. Smith at Victoria University, Australia.
                       The Archer Daniels Midland
                       Foundation, the AOCS, the AOCS            Now Foods sponsors a $2,500 scholarship to sup-
                       Foundation, and the family and            port a graduate student studying dietary supplemen-
                       friends of Dr. Smouse have estab-         tation to delay the progress of Alzheimer’s Disease.
                       lished a fellowship program               The scholarship recipient for the 2003–2004 aca-
                       designed to encourage and sup-            demic year is Kati Anton at the University of
                       port outstanding graduate research        Guelph, Canada.
    in a field of study consistent with areas of interest to
    the AOCS. Jason Kwiatkowski of the University of             Ralph H. Potts Memorial Fellowship
    Illinois, Urbana, has been awarded a continuation of         Award
    the Smouse Memorial Fellowship Award for the                 The Ralph H. Potts Memorial Fellowship Award is
6   2003–2004 academic year.                                     presented annually to a graduate student working in
                                                                 the field of chemistry of fats and oils and their deriv-
    AOCS Scholarship Awards                                      atives. The type of research that qualifies for the
    The AOCS Foundation has established a scholarship            award involves fatty acids and their derivatives, such
    program designed to encourage and support out-               as long-chain alcohols, amines, and other nitrogen
    standing research in all aspects of fats and oils.           compounds. The award consists of a $1,000 hono-
    Current scholarships offered under this program              rarium and a plaque. It is sponsored by Akzo Nobel,
    include the following:                                       Inc. to recognize the late Ralph H. Potts, a pioneer in
                                                                 industrial research and technology of fatty acids.
    COGNIS Corporation sponsors a $1,000 scholar-
    ship to support a graduate student studying general                              Napaporn Komesvarakul of the
    fats and oils chemistry. The scholarship recipient for                           University of Oklahoma in
    the 2003–2004 academic year is Taina I.                                          Norman is this year’s recipient of
    Hämäläinen at the University of Helsinki, Finland.                               this award. Her presentation
                                                                                     “Study of Simultaneous Removal of
    Unilever HPC sponsors a $1,000 scholarship to sup-                               an Organic Solute and a Metal
    port a graduate student studying in the surfactants                              Ion from Aqueous Solution by
    and detergents field. The scholarship recipient for the      Surfactant/Polyelectrolyte Aggregates in Colloid-
    2003–2004 academic year is Michael R. Stoner                 Enhanced Ultrafiltration” is scheduled for the
    at the University of Colorado.                               Surfactants II session on Tuesday, May 6. At that time
                                                                 she will receive her honorarium. The plaque will be
    Synetix, a Johnson Mathey Company, sponsors a                presented at the Surfactants and Detergents lunch-
    $2,000 scholarship to support a graduate student             eon on Tuesday, May 6.
    studying general fats and oils chemistry, with an
Surfactants and Detergents Division                        presented during the Processing Division luncheon
Student Travel Award                                       on Tuesday, May 6.
The Surfactants and Detergents Division Student
Travel Award is sponsored by the Surfactants and           The 2003 recipients are Chu Boon Seang of the
Detergents Division of the AOCS and is intended to         Universiti Putra Malaysia, and Mohanprasad
recognize an outstanding graduate student in any           Dasari of the University of Missouri, Columbia.
area of science dealing with fats and oils, proteins,
lipids, surfactants, detergents, or related materials                        Mr. Boon Seang’s presentation,
who is doing research toward an advanced degree                              “Equilibrium of Batch Adsorption
and who is interested in the area of science and tech-                       of Vitamin E onto Silica Gel,” will
nology. The award recipients will receive $500 to                            be given during the General
help defray costs in attending the Annual Meeting &                          Processing session on Wednesday,
Expo and a certificate. The certificates will be pre-                        May 7.
sented during the Surfactants and Detergents
Division luncheon on Tuesday, May 6.
                                                           Mr. Dasari’s presentation, “Transesterification
The 2003 recipients are Sukhwan Soontravanich              Catalysis in Biodiesel Production from Vegetable Oils
of the University of Oklahoma, Norman, and Yongfu          Using Zeolite and Metal Catalysts,” will be given
Wu of Brooklyn College of CUNY, New York.                  during the Bio-Diesel session on Tuesday, May 6.

                  Ms. Soontravanich’s presentation,        Edible Applications Student
                  “Kinetic of Surfactant Precipitation,”   Excellence Award
                  was given on Monday, May 5, dur-         The award is sponsored by the Edible Applications
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                  ing the Surfactants I session.           Division of the AOCS and is intended to recognize
                                                           an outstanding graduate student in the edible appli-
                                                           cations field of interest, who is doing research toward
                                                           an advanced degree. The award consists of $500 to
                                                           help defray expenses to attend and present at the
                  Mr. Wu’s presentation, “Enhance-         AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo and a certificate.
                  ment of the Spreading of Aqueous
                  Surfactant Solutions on Hydro-           This year‘s recipient is Véronique Fournier of
                  phobic Surface,” will be given on        Université Laval, Québec, Canada. Ms. Fournier’s
                  Tuesday, May 6, during the               presentation, “Production of Natural Emulsifiers by
                  Surfactants II session.                  Enzymatic Glycerolysis of Milk Fat Fractions,” will be
                                                           given during the General Edible Applications session
                                                           on Wednesday, May 7.
Processing Division Student
Excellence Award                                           Biotechnology Student Paper Award
This award is sponsored by the Processing Division of      The Biotechnology Student Paper Award is spon-
the AOCS and is intended to recognize graduate stu-        sored by the Biotechnology Division of the AOCS
dents presenting an outstanding paper at the AOCS          and is intended to recognize an outstanding paper in
Annual Meeting & Expo in the processing interest           the field of biotechnology presented by a student at
area. Award recipients receive a $250 honorarium           the AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo. Award recipients
and a certificate. The honorarium will be presented        will receive an honorarium and a certificate. The hon-
after the presentation. The award certificate will be      orarium will be presented after his/her presentation.
    The certificate will be presented at the Biotechnology                     The recipient of this award is
    Division dinner on Tuesday, May 6.                                         Kaisa M. Yli-Jokipii of the
                                                                               University of Turku, Finland.
    The Biotechnology Student Paper Award recipients                           Ms. Yli-Jokipii’s presentation,
    are:                                                                       “Postprandial Changes in the
    Dilip Panthee of The University of Tennessee,                              Positional Distribution of Fatty
    Knoxville, for his paper “Genomic Regions Governing                        Acids in VLDL Triacylglycerols,”
    Soybean Seed Storage Protein Assimilation.”               was given on Monday, May 5, during the General
                                                              Health and Nutrition session.
    Lewamy Mamadou of the University of Kentucky,
    Lexington, for his paper “Selection Systems for
    Soybean Somatic Embryos.”                                 Manuchehr Eijadi Award
                                                              The Manuchehr (Manny) Eijadi Award recognizes
    Analytical Division Student Award                         the outstanding merit and performance of an
                                                              Honored Student who will present a paper at the
    This award is sponsored by the Analytical Division of
                                                              annual meeting of the Society. This award is derived
    the AOCS and is intended to recognize outstanding
                                                              from the funds contributed by Manny Eijadi, a long-
    graduate students presenting in the field of lipid ana-
                                                              time active member of the AOCS. The award consists
    lytical chemistry at the AOCS Annual Meeting &
                                                              of a plaque and $1,000 to be used for continued
    Expo. The award consists of a $250 honorarium and
                                                              education in the fats and oils field.
    a certificate. The honorarium will be presented after
    his/her presentation. The certificate will be presented
                                                                             Imogen Foubert is the 2003
    at the Analytical Division luncheon on Wednesday,
                                                                             recipient of the Eijadi Award. Ms.
8   May 7.
                                                                             Foubert’s paper presentation was
                                                                             on Monday, May 5, during the
    The Analytical Division Student Award recipients are:
                                                                             Crystallization: Modeling and
    Khalid Al-Saad of Washington State University,                           Kinetics session. Her presentation
    Pullman, for the paper “Structural Analysis of                           is titled “A New Mathematical
    Phosphatidylcholines by Post-Source Decay Matrix-         Model to Describe the Crystallization Kinetics of
    Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time-of-Flight       Fats: Temperature Dependence of the Model
    Mass Spectrometry.”                                       Parameters.”
    Sergio Segall of Universidade Federal de Minas
    Gerais, Brazil, for his paper “Triacylglycerol Analysis   Frank C. Naughton Award
    of Enzymatic Reaction with Reverse-Phase Liquid           The Frank C. Naughton Award recognizes the out-
    Chromatography and Positive Ion Electrospray              standing merit and performance of an Honored
    Tandem Mass Spectrometry.”                                Student who will present a paper at the annual meet-
                                                              ing of the Society. This award is derived from the
    Health and Nutrition Division                             funds contributed in memory and honor of Frank C.
    Student Excellence Award                                  Naughton, a distinguished and active member of the
    This award recognizes the outstanding merit and per-      AOCS, and is conveyed to the Society by his widow,
    formance of an Honored Student in the health and          Marian Naughton. The award consists of a certifi-
    nutrition field who will present a paper at the annual    cate and $1,000 to be used for continued education
    meeting of the Society. This award is sponsored by        in the fats and oils field.
    the Health and Nutrition Division of the AOCS and
    includes a certificate and $500 to be used for con-
    tinued education in the fats and oils field.
                 Douglas K. Allen of Purdue
                 University is the recipient of the
                 award. Mr. Allen’s paper will be
                 presented on Wednesday, May 7,
                 during the General Biotechnology
                 session. His presentation is titled
                 “Lipid Modification Through
Lipase-Based Bioreactors in Plant Systems.”               Douglas K. Allen   Chu Boon Seang      Nicolas A. Deak


Honored Student Award
The Honored Student Award recognizes graduate
students at any institution of higher learning, in any
area of science dealing with fats and lipids, who are
doing research toward an advanced degree and
who are interested in the areas of science and tech-
nology. Eleven students have been selected to              Mariana Diaz       Imogen Foubert    Hugh E. Lippman
receive special recognition for their academic studies
and research. These students have received financial
support to attend the meeting, and each will be pre-
senting a technical paper as part of the technical pro-
gram. The 2003 recipients are:

Douglas K. Allen       Purdue University
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Chu Boon Seang         Universiti Putra Malaysia           Silvana Martini      Caiping Su        Mustafa E. Tat
Nicolas A. Deak        Iowa State University
Mariana Diaz           University of Massachusetts
Imogen Foubert         Ghent University
Hugh E. Lippman        Purdue University
Silvana Martini        University of La Plata
Caiping Su             Iowa State University
Mustafa E. Tat         Iowa State University
Kaisa M. Yli-Jokipii   University of Turku                   Kaisa M.         Yunling Zheng
Yunling Zheng          North Dakota State University         Yli-Jokipii

The following have contributed to the 2003                Laboratory Proficiency Program
Honored Student Program. The AOCS grate-                  The AOCS Laboratory Proficiency Program involves
fully acknowledges their support to further               over 500 chemists in 39 series who check their pro-
education in the fats and oils industry.                  ficiency in analytical techniques used in the fats and
                                                          oils industry worldwide. Those who meet the commit-
Central Soya Company, Inc.                                tee’s standards may apply for “Approved Chemist”
Nu-Chek Prep Inc.                                         status in the series in which they participate. Several
Thyssen Krupp Elastomertechnik                            trade associations list AOCS Approved Chemists as
                                                          official referees who are qualified to settle disputes
We would also like to thank the many AOCS members         between buyers and sellers of particular commodi-
who contributed to the 2003 Honored Student Fund          ties. Series are run from August to February annually.
by including a donation with their membership dues.       Further details may be obtained from the AOCS
     Technical Department. A list of Laboratory           The 2002 recipient of the Smalley Award for
     Proficiency Program awardees appears in this pro-    Oilseed Meal Analysis is Frank Fuentes, from
     gram beginning on page 15.                           Southern Cotton Oil Co., Lubbock, Texas, USA.

     Two special awards are given each year. One is in    The 2002 Doughtie Award for Cottonseed Analysis
     honor of the originator of the AOCS Check Sample     is presented to Charles Norris, of Mid-Continent
     Program, Frank Smalley. The other honors Richard     Laboratories, Jackson, Mississippi, USA.
     Doughtie, who for many years administered the pro-
     gram and managed the scores of volunteers who
     provided and mailed samples to participants.




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