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Vincent H. Arthaud, Professor Emeritus of the Animal Science Department, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, died at his home August 7, 1982. He was born September 7, 1911 at Cambridge, Nebraska and was reared on a general livestock farm in Southwest Nebraska. After receiving his B.S. degree in Animal Husbandry in 1936 from the University of Nebraska, he returned to his home area and engaged in general farming. He served with the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1945 and joined the Animal Science Department in 1945 as Research Farm Manager. He retired in 1977 following his many years of service as a teacher, judging team coach, researcher and business manager for the Animal Sciences Department. Kenneth J, Drewry died September 23, 1981 following a brief illness. David Leslie Mackintosh, an emeritus professor of animal sciences at Kansas State University, Manhattan, and a man internationally known as a teacher and researcher in meats, died April 12, 1982. Mr. Mackintosh, 86, was a member of the Kansas State University faculty from 1921--1965.