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Brain games 2012


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Brain games 2012

  1. 1. brain games 2012
  2. 2. Objective• To reinforce key points and notable dates relating to the history of Land Grant colleges, the Cooperative Extension Service, NDSU, and the NDSU Research Extension Centers.• To provide an opportunity for Extension and REC staff and specialists to get to know others, interact on an informal basis.• HAVE FUN.
  3. 3. Overall Rules Your Table = Your Team Don’t forget to use your brain game chips!All electronics should be placed in the MIDDLE of your team table
  4. 4. MINARD HALLNDSU, 1905
  6. 6.  Langdon REC Williston REC  North Central REC  Carrington REC Main Station  Dickinson REC  Central Grasslands REC  Hettinger REC
  14. 14. 1900’s Philip Chandler, hog raising contest
  15. 15.  Clarence Shatz, Acre Corn Contest 1914
  16. 16. M.B. Johnson ND’s 1st County Agent Bottineau 1912
  17. 17. Model T Fold Torpedo 10 Roadster 
  18. 18. Ward County Agent Mr. Peck said he does not believe in riding in a Ford car, so this year he bought a "Grant".
  19. 19. Hunter, ND Boys’ and Girls’ Club 1913 
  20. 20. ‘Farm Boys’ Camp at Mandan, ND
  21. 21. Thomas Cooper 1914 1st director of Cooperative Extension
  22. 22. Canning Class 
  23. 23. Home Economics Extension State Staff - 1928 
  24. 24. Group of County Agent 1929 
  25. 25. Grasshopper bait mixer designed and built by the Ag Engineering Dept. 
  26. 26. 1930 – Cotton mattresses made for the poor 
  27. 27. Volunteer workers during WWII 
  28. 28. ND 4-H Delegates 4-H National Camp, Washington D.C.
  29. 29.  North Dakota Demonstration 4-H Team going to Regional Contest
  30. 30.  North Dakota State 4-H Champion Demonstration Team
  31. 31. Extension’s Home Economics State and County staff 1961-62 
  32. 32. Arthur Schultz presents T.V. programs on farmstead layout and house plans . 
  33. 33. Today 
  34. 34. Sources    otos/ndsu-university- archives/  http://digitalhorizonsonlin SOOP1=all&CISOBOX1=Ex tension&CISOFIELD1=CIS OSEARCHALL&CISOOP2 =all&CISOBOX2=north+da kota+agricultural+college+ %28fargo%2C+n.d.%29&CI SOFIELD2=creato&CISOR OOT=all&t=s
  35. 35. BRAIN GAME 100 Point DropTo Play It:• Teams wager the number of points (up to 100 points, in increments of 10) it wishes to wager on that topic.• Correct answers will be rewarded with the wagered points and incorrect answers will be deducted that number of points.• When time begins, the teams remove the card with the questions from the envelope and begin answering by clearly circling the correct answer.• Unanswered questions will be counted as incorrect.
  36. 36. 100 Point Drop The 1862 Morrill ActWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  37. 37. Answers The 1862 Morrill ActPresident Abraham Lincoln signed the Legislation was signed to create the U.S.Morrill Act into law. Department of Agriculture on May 15, 1862.The Morrill Act was signed into law onJuly 2, 1862. The Morrill Act was first proposed in 1857 and passed by Congress in 1859In addition to the signature of the but was vetoed President JamesPresident, the act is signed by the Buchanan.Speaker of the House ofRepresentatives and President of the The two privately owned and operatedSenate, pro tempore institutions in the original system are MIT and Cornell University.The first state to accept the provisionsof the Morrill Act was Iowa. The total amount of acres given to North Dakota under the Morrill Act to The first land grant college newly be used, or the proceeds from itscreated under the Morrill Act was sale, to be used toward establishing andKansas State. funding the land grant institution was 90,000 acres.
  38. 38. 100 Point Drop The History of ND REC’sWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  39. 39. Answers The History of ND REC’sIn 1887, the Hatch Act creates the NCREC under control of theAgricultural Experiment Stations. NDAC providing for a Board ofThe first Ag. Experiment substation be created was the Edgely In 1945, 100 acres of land wereSubstation. donated to the Dickinson REC byOf the original buildings at the local ranchers/farmers forHettinger REC, the following still livestock research.stand: Farm House and Horse Barn. After the Williston REC wasCavalier County is known as the relocated in 1954, the 80 acresCanola Capital of the USA. retained by the state became theOne serving (1 cup) of juneberries site of Williston State College.contains 27% of the Percent Daily Property of all of the branch stationsValue for Vitamin C. except those in Carrington andHB 66 created and established Streeter was donated to the state by local communities.
  40. 40. 100 Point Drop The History of ND County AgentsWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  41. 41. Answers The History of ND County AgentsBefore Extension was created by the ND Governor William Guy’s father was1914 Smith Lever Act, North Dakota had a ND County Agent and County Agentcounty agents that were hired and paid the Better Farming Association. ND Governor William Guy was anThe first County Agent was M.B. Assistant Cass County Agent in 1947.Johnson. He was placed in BottineauCounty. Only five county agents have served Williams County with respective tenuresDickey, McKenzie, Morton, and Towner of 5, 8.5, 16, 38, and 31 years.have had continuous county agentservice since 1914-1915. In 1997, the language in the North Dakota Century Code edited so allWalter Mattson, Golden Valley County references to “county agent” or “countyhas had the longest tenure of any agent work” were replaced tocounty agent in one county in North “extension agent” or “extension agentDakota at 41 years. work”.
  42. 42. 100 Point Drop The History of ND 4-HWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  43. 43. Answers The History of ND 4-HThe first State Club Agent was HelenJ. Sullivan was appointed in 1915. The first State 4-H Citizenship Shortcourse was held in JanuaryDirector Randlett discontinued all agent titles and placed theresponsibility for youth work with the The organization of the North Dakotacounty agent in 1922. 4-H Ambassadors happened in 1970.Counties to send delegates to the Infirst National 4-H Club Camp in 1927 1944, Cass, Barnes, Ransom, Richlandwere Pembina, Barnes, Richland, andand SaragentCass Counties. (Traill, Steele, LaMoure, and Dickey Counties later became members ofIn 1932, the first girl to win the the association) obtained 138 acresNational 4-H Stock judging contest of land. It became known as Thewas won by Jean (Leake) Baeder of Sandhills Camp.
  44. 44. 100 Point DropThe History of ND Family & Consumer SciencesWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  45. 45. Answers The History of ND Family & Consumer SciencesBy 1934, 6 counties had Extension Home As early as 1914, Extension wasEconomists. concerned about the lunches of school children, so they published a bulletinThe first home demonstration leader was called “The Rural Hot Lunch”.May McDonald who worked from 1915-1918. Homemaker’s Club were officially organized in 1922 with 48 groups organized by Extension.Three emergency home demonstrationagents who helped set a foundation forfuture county home economists were Between the 1991-1992 and 1992-1993from Barnes, Divide, and Burleigh. club years, the Homemakers Club officially change to FCE clubs.Agents with a specialty in the FCS areahave been known by at least 4 different Barnes County has the best record fortitles. They include: Home continuous county agent and homeDemonstration Agent, Home economist work: a home economistEconomist, Extension Agent, and FCS started September 16, 1917.Agent
  46. 46. 100 Point DropHistory of ND Extension CommunicationsWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  47. 47. Answers History of ND Extension CommunicationsThree Extension publications were System (EMIS), and ND used the Stateissued before 1914? EMIS (SEMIS) used which provided a unified planning and reporting format.From 1914 to about 1940, Extensionissued fewer than 6 new publications AGNET terminals were in place inper year. county offices by 1982 and used until 1987. More than 5,000 electronic mailDuring the 1920’s, radio broadcasts with messages were transmitted each yearscientific education were transmitted at the terminals were used.the NDAC courtesy of the ExtensionService from Ladd Hall. The first NDSU Extension Service site was linked to the USDA in June 1995.In the late 1930’s Morton County AgentRalph Newcomer was one of the first A person had to go through 9 lessons toagents to try radio broadcasts. become a Master Internet Volunteer and give back 30 hours of service to theIn 1969, the first computer program for community.Extension, the Extension Management
  48. 48. 100 Point Drop Fun ND Extension FactsWhen you hear the BUZZER, begin answeringquestions.When you hear the next BUZZER, STOPanswering questions.
  49. 49. Answers Fun ND Extension FactsThe World War II Liberty Ship wasnamed after which ND Extension The monthly FNP newsletter, containingWorker: Arthur A. Penn, Dickey County. shopping tips, nutritional information and healthy recipes, is called FoodIn 1994, the current MPU model for Wise.Extension was first piloted in unit 2 andunit 6. Myron Johnsrud, NDSU Extension Service director, went on to be theND’s first Extension Agronomist started national Extension leader with USDA.on August 1, 1927 and was named E.G.Booth. The first Extension Director who was born and raised in North Dakota wasA Sugarbeet specialist added to the Arthur Herman Schulz fromExtension Staff in 1969. Marion, ND.NDSU has had only one of the RodentControl Specialists.
  50. 50. BRAIN GAME Timeline Trivia• Write your answers to the questions or statements on each of the 7 colored game cards.• Tape each card onto the square connecting the event written in bold type on the card to the correct date on the timeline.• Remember to record your table number and team members’ names of the back of this game sheet.
  51. 51. TIME REMAINING00 10 00 09 59Hours 15 26 37 48 1 2 3 4 Minutes Seconds
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  60. 60. TIME REMAINING00 01 00 0 59Hours 15 26 37 48 1 2 3 4 Minutes Seconds
  61. 61. 1960 The name of the North Dakota Agricultural College is changed to North Dakota State University.During NDSU’s history, the athletic teams have beenknown by 3 different names. What are the 3 names? FARMERS, AGGIES, & BISON Buried under the lawn at the Engineering & Technology building is a noted Jersey cow. What is the full name of this cow? NOBLE’S GOLDEN MARGUERITE
  62. 62. BRAIN GAME Name that Picture!• See the picture, write the answer.
  63. 63. Name That Picture 150th Anniversary of the Morrill Act {15 pictures of extension now, then and more… NDSU
  64. 64. 1. These original three buildings (residence, horse barnand seed house) were built in 1909 at this REC when it began its work.
  65. 65. 2. What REC does this building belong to? *Bonus point if you know the building’s name.
  66. 66. 3. This REC was established in 1907 along the Little Muddy Creek. In 1953 a college established here.
  67. 67. 4.This REC was established in 1905. The center currently operates on 4,916 acres.
  68. 68. 5. This REC was established in 1909, essentially as a dairy station.
  69. 69. 5. This REC was established in 1909, essentially as a dairy station.
  70. 70. 6. This REC was approved in 1957 and started in around 1960
  71. 71. 7.This newer REC was opened in 1977 and is located in the Coteau area of North Dakota.
  72. 72. 8. Name that experiment station
  73. 73. 9.This educator, reformer, and farmer, was the genius behind the Morrill Act.
  74. 74. 10. Name that crop
  75. 75. 11. This U.S. Representative and Senator was the chief sponsor of the 1862 & 1890 Land-Grant Acts.
  76. 76. 12. Which NDSU campus building is it?
  77. 77. 13. What is this apparatus used for?
  78. 78. 14. Which NDSU campus building is it?
  79. 79. 15. What we now call classes and programming, county agents used to put on these instead.
  80. 80. How did you do?!
  81. 81. 1. The Langdon REC was established in 1909.
  82. 82. 2. The Vic Sturlaugson Learning Center at the NDSU Langdon REC.
  83. 83. 3. Williston REC
  84. 84. 4. Dickinson Research Extension Center
  85. 85. 5. Hettinger Research Extension Center.In 1940 the focus turned to sheep. Today it has one of the largest state-owned sheep herds in the U.S.
  86. 86. 6. Carrington REC
  87. 87. 7. Central Grasslands Research Extension Center near Streeter, ND
  88. 88. 8. North Central REC, Minot
  89. 89. 9. Jonathan Baldwin Turner 1805-1899
  90. 90. 10. Alfalfa
  91. 91. 11. Justin S. Morrill 1810-1898
  92. 92. 12. Morrill Hall, NDAC 1930’s
  93. 93. 13. Canning
  94. 94. 14. Bentson-Bunker Fieldhouse, 1940’s
  95. 95. 15. Short Courses
  96. 96. A Look into the Past…Pictures courtesy of the NDSU Archives
  97. 97. NDAC vs UND
  98. 98. Campus Gates, March 1922
  99. 99. Haile Chisolm, Blacksmith 1924
  100. 100. They come runnin just as fast as they can, Cause every girl crazy bout a sharp dressed man Group of County Agents at the Williston REC, July 1929
  101. 101. NDSU Dairy Barn – 1913Studies regarding Red Clover ensilage were being done in one of the silos.
  102. 102. "On one of Mr. Pecks (county agent) Demonstrations. The alfalfa on the right was grown according to his directions, while that on the left was put in by the farmer according to his ideas.
  103. 103. Miss Helen Sullivan teaching about canning and preserving.
  104. 104. Women judging home canned food.
  105. 105. Eighty-five delegates of the NorthDakota Extension Homemakers Council met June 3-7, 1941 at the Good Luck Camp, Lake Metigoshe, N.D.
  106. 106. Thank you to the NDSUUniversity Archives forthe use of all the photos.
  107. 107. NDSU
  108. 108. brain gamesAward winners 2012
  109. 109. References• Agricultural Experiment Station and Agriculture Research Extension Centers (2008). Retrieved from:• Bale, S.W. (1989).Hired Hands and Volunteers: A history of North Dakota Extension Service.• Bergman, J. (personal communication, October 9, 2012)• Fisher, J. (personal communication, November 2, 2012)• Flage, L. (Interviewee, November 2012)• Froelich, M. (Interviewee, November 2012)• Hauge, L. (Interviewee, November 2012)• Hoines, V. (personal communication, November 1, 2012)• Mehloff, R. (personal communication, September 26, 2012)• Monson, K. (Interviewee, November 2012)• Neville, B. (personal communication, October 30, 2012)• Oderman, J. (personal communication, October 21, 2012)• Scharmer, L. (Interviewee, October 2012)• Schauer, C. (personal communication, October 16, 2012)• Schatz, B. (personal communication, October 12, 2012)