• Apple orchards of Missouri : soils and varieties 

    Cole, Charles Arthur (University of Missouri, 1907)
    The purpose of this thesis is to discuss the apple soils of Missouri; telling why some are better than others for growing fruit, giving their locations, and also discussing the varieties best suited to these sections. In ...
  • A comparison of the Dido story of the Aeneid IV with the Ariadne episode in Catullus LXIV 

    Gordon, Eleanor Madge (University of Missouri, 1907)
    When considering carefully the Epyllion of Catullus and Book IV of Virgil's Aeneid, can we say that Virgil was influenced by Catullus? It seems to me we are justified in saying this. Certainly it would not be fair to say ...
  • La contamination de mots français passés en anglais 

    Imbert, Louis Ettiene (University of Missouri, 1907)
    Having noticed in various readings and French translations into English, there are many words in English, originating from French, whose meaning is very different in both languages. The author asks the cause of this and ...
  • The development of the administration of public health and safety, Kansas City, Missouri 

    Kilmer, Harry Edmund (University of Missouri, 1907)
    As indicated by the title, this is a study of the development of administration in the field of Public Health and Safety in Kansas City. Mr. Fairlie in his Municipal Administration includes within this field Economic ...
  • English secondary schools in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries 

    Tyler, Eleanor Murdoch (University of Missouri, 1907)
    English secondary education was not a product of the Reformation period, but existed and flourished in earlier times. Apparently reading and writing were everywhere common among the people, for we find that the principal ...
  • Experiment to determine the relation existing between drainage water and the soil, and the relation existing between drainage water and rainfall 

    Norton, John Henry (University of Missouri, 1907)
    The time chosen for conducting this experiment was the year of 1906. The drainage water taken was that of Richland creek which drains a territory of 84,954 acres. This valley is located in the southwestern part of Madison ...
  • Heredity and education 

    Eitzen, Meta Therese (University of Missouri, 1907)
    It is evident that there are two important factors in producing a man and making him what he is, one the endowment given him at birth, the other, the environment into which he comes. No one doubts that the natural endowment ...
  • The Jews in England during the 13th century 

    Ebright, Alpha Mills (University of Missouri, 1907)
    There has been much difference of opinion as to when the Jews first appeared in England. Most historians say they were brought over from the Continent by William the Conqueror upon pecuniary consideration. But there are ...
  • Life histories of two little known parasites of the apple and pear 

    Floyd, B. F. (Bayard F.) (University of Missouri, 1907)
    The Sooty Blotch is a very common fungus upon the fruit of the apple and pear. It was first reported by Schweinitz in 1831 from Pennsylvania. Since then it has been reported from all parts of the United States and Europe. ...
  • The methods of missionaries in civilizing savage and barbarous peoples viewed from the standpoint of sociology and pedagogy 

    Robinson, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1835-1920 (University of Missouri, 1907)
    This thesis assumes that missionaries are a civilizing force. Their work is frequently initial and fundamental in civilizing savage and barbarous peoples. But what is meant by civilization? The significance usually ...
  • Non-conformal transformations 

    Liepsner, Frank Wright (University of Missouri, 1907)
    For many years conformal transformations have been studied. Riemann surfaces of many of them have been constructed and their principal properties have been discovered and examined in the study of the theory of functions ...
  • The pronoun of address in Schiller's dramas 

    Harrison, Jane Annetta (University of Missouri, 1907)
    This thesis represents practical knowledge gained by a critical study of the pronoun of address, as Schiller used it in his dramas. As far as the writer knows no one has ever written anything concerning Schiller's use of ...
  • Society in England during the fourteenth century 

    Guthrie, Fannie Virginia (University of Missouri, 1907)
    In the early fourteenth century the classes of society in England were in a state of transition. Forces had been at work for some time, but there had been no clear manifestations of the changes in social conditions until ...
  • Some problems in seed germination and in the physiology of transplanting : a thesis 

    Cochel, Mary Alice (University of Missouri, 1907)
    The data that will be given in the following paper have been collected from various experiments carried on by the writer during the school year of 1906-1907. They go to show the progress of the various tests, the results ...
  • Sound effects in Lucretius 

    Boyd, Laura Alice (University of Missouri, 1907)
    When the Greek philosophers first began to write down the results of their investigations they chose verse as the medium through which to present their ideas to the world. This was very natural for poetry was the medium ...
  • Use of green manures & cover crops for the south 

    Chapman, Abel Hugh (University of Missouri, 1907)
    The problem of restoring the fertility to the worn soils and of maintaining that of the new or fresh soils is perhaps the most serious one with which the farmers of the cotton states are confronted. It is indeed unfortunate ...
  • The variable RS Cassicpeiae (108.1904) 

    Haynes, Eli Stuart (University of Missouri, 1907)
    The variability of this star was discovered by Madame Ceraski from plates made by Blakjo at Moscow, and was announced in A. N. No. 3953. The photographs indicated a variation from the ninth to the eleventh magnitude ...
  • The women characters in Schiller's dramas 

    Dyas, Virginia Bouchelle (University of Missouri, 1907)
    It is the confirmed opinion of the majority of critics that Schiller's genius proclaimed itself in the portrayal of strong, manly, and heroic characters, and that the tenderness, gentleness, and delicateness of his female ...