Browsing Graduating Theses 1893-1927 by Title

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  • Cross, Wilma Greene
    Introduction: Surely no one who breathes the air of liberty-loving America, who enjoys the protection of its just laws, and who partakes of the benefits of it's worthy institutions can fail to have it's interests uppermost ...
  • Drollinger, Della
    Introduction: It would not be easy to overestimate the educational value of the objects of beauty, monumental architecture, galleries of painting and sculpture, and museums that are found in some of the old European towns, ...
  • Stingley, Orville Ashford
    Introduction: Deduct all that were of the humbler classes have done for England in the way of invention only, and see where she would have been, but for them.” One of the most strongly marked features of the English speaking ...
  • Sandt, Victor Irvin
    Introduction: The following article treats micro-organisms in a general way, first as builders, second as scavengers, and third as disease producers.
  • Yenawine, Ora Gertrude
    Introduction: Many of us do not know how much our kitchens ought to mean to us and the consequence is they are often neglected. Our grandmothers loved and honored their kitchens and why should not we? Perhaps one reason ...
  • Baird, Wallace W.
    Introduction: It is a well known fact that changes in the weather, feed, care and treatment of the cow affects the production of butter-fat also, that the test and the amount of milk varies greatly from milking to milking ...
  • Griffing, John Bernice
    Introduction: It can be easily seen that where a record of the amount of milk produced by a dairy herd is kept, that there are variations in the quantity more or less marked due to changes in the weather. During very cold ...
  • Newland, Ross N.
    The injector is an instrument by means of which a jet of steam acting on a jet of water with which it mingles and by which it is condensed can impart to the resulting jet of water a velocity sufficient to overcome a pressure ...
  • Sperry, Mabelle; Nellie Dorothy Hughes
    Introduction: The above data were collected during investigations made in the Manhattan City Schools in the grade one to seven inclusive. Eighty-seven children were examined of which number forty-five were girls and forty-two ...
  • Hanson, Otto Albert
    Introduction: "Parasitism in its broadest sense means degeneration." The first phase of parasitism appears when an insect loses the power to use some Particular organ, upon which its maintenance depends, and a gradual ...
  • Boys, William Armfield
    Introduction: There has perhaps been an idea quite prevalent among the majority of people for ages past that color, fragrance and all that is pleasing in flowers to the senses of man were created for his enjoyment. Christian ...
  • Banning, William Burgess
    Introduction: Inspiration, - literally a breathing of new thought and life into a human being, - is as old as the human race. And what a fascinating subject for most people! Speak of it and instantly one’s thoughts turn ...
  • Greenough, Elbert Ernest
    Introduction: The subject of intensive farming is claiming the attention today of many thoughtful men. Especially is this true near large cities where the supply of vegetables and of dairy and poultry products is much in ...
  • Symns, Andrew B.
    Introduction: The subject of fruit-culture in Kansas is an up to date question, and should be given due thought and careful consideration by every industrious and wide awake farmer. Not many years ago, it was considered ...
  • McCampbell, Charles Wilber
    Introduction: "Interest is the greatest word in education". These words of President Schuman greatly impressed me. They set me to thinking and studying upon this subject and the more I study it the more I am convinced of ...
  • Manly, Kate Anna
    Introduction: Nothing is so dear to the heart of man as a right to his own opinion. Without this, there is no liberty of press, speech or action. Liberty has been the worlds cry for ages. Liberty was the goal for which our ...
  • Trembly, Elven Creveling
    Introduction: We are more or less familiar with the crude tools and implements used by the tillers of the soil in times long gone by. We know of their forked stick and clam-shell hoes, and the difficulties which necessarily ...
  • Rice, C.E.
    Introduction: The all important question to the modern farmer is that of water supply. In the eastern and southern states the annual rainfall is sufficient for all agricultural purposes and sometimes necessitates drainage, ...
  • Painter, William H.
    Introduction: It is a law of nature that man shall adapt himself to his surroundings. What may prove his best means of gaining a livelihood in one section of a country may be wholly unsuited to another. Methods of agriculture ...
  • Gray, Walter Otis
    Introduction: Introduction. - Tuberculosis, one of the most wide spread of deadly diseases with which we have to deal, has been proved to be due to the presence of a specific micro-organism tubercle bacillus. Every year ...

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