the forecasting contest was going well. Arnott also Chapter Secretary Tracy McCormick reported that stated that the chapter was looking for ideas for me- there are currently 70 members in the chapter and most teorologists to be on the panel discussion at the storm have paid their dues. conference in March. A meteorologist is needed to rep- Ed Argenta, who is in charge of public relations, resent the different major aspects of meteorology. stated that the weather photo contest fund-raiser would A Web site committee meeting was planned within be starting and that individuals may submit photos. the next few weeks to update the chapter Web site. The cost is one photo for $1.00 or three photos for Anyone who has weather-related pictures can submit $2.00. Professors on campus will judge these pictures them for use on the page. and three winners will have their pictures printed in This historic photo was taken 25 years ago in Philadelphia on the occasion of the 56th Annual Meeting of the AMS, 19-22 Januaryl976 in the Bellevue Hotel. This was the greatest assembly of all the then living AMS presidents. They were honored by the pre- sentation of a barometer and thermometer with an inscribed plaque indicating the year(s) of their presidency. From left to right, sitting—Morris Neiburger,* 1962-63; Bernard Haurwitz,* 1943; Francis W. Reichelderfer,* 1940-41; Charles L. Hosier, 1995; Henry G. Houghton,* 1946^17; Thomas F. Malone, 1960-61. Standing—Alfred K. Blackadar, 1971; Phillip D. Thompson, 1964-65; Louis J. Battan,* 1966-67; David S. Johnson, 1974; William W. Kellogg, 1973; and David Atlas, 1975. Those marked by an asterisk are deceased. Also present at the meeting but missing from the photograph were Robert M. White, 1980, and Robert G. Fleagle, 1981. One of the highlights of the meeting was the Symposium on Atmospheric Science and Public Policy. A few months later the Bellevue Hotel was the site of the Legionnaires disease named for the convention of the American Legion. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 143
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Published: Jan 1, 2001
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