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    • Effect of Phenol on the System Quinoline Water 

      Deakins, Martin Lee
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      For ten years after the brilliant deduction of the phase rule in 1874 by Willard Gibbs at Yale the work lay buried in the archives of the Connecticut Academy of Science, undisturbed and uninterpreted. It was not until 1884 ...
    • The Life and Editorials of C.P. Mooney 

      Geraghty, Mary Leontina
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      In choosing a subject for original investigation, the writer being a native Memphian, who grew from childhood during the years of C.P.J. Mooney's editorship of the Commercial Appeal, and who felt the steady growth of the ...
    • A Potentiometric Study of Hydrogen Peroxide 

      Kramer, Harry P.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      Electrometric methods have gained for themselves a tremendously important position in the study of certain chemical reactions.|The use of the potentiometer in the study of acid-base titrations has proven itself a very ...
    • Inorganic Color Standards for Colorimetric Hydrogen Ion Determinations 

      Smith, James T.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      Aside from the wide commercial use of indicators to determine hydrogen ion concentration, there is a distinct tendency to emphasize this colorimetric method in physiological chemistry texts, and to include it as a study ...
    • The Educational Value of the Drama 

      Polski, M. Ezra
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      This thesis undertakes to establish that drama has an educational value. This educational value of drama lies in its subtle power to influence man morally, mentally, and socially, Morally, by its appeal to the emotions, ...
    • The Contributions of Saint John Baptist De La Salle to Educational Practice 

      Lent, Mary Cordula
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      The purpose of this thesis is not merely to relate the life-story and the achievements of a comparatively little- known educator, but to show that he was, in truth, a pioneer of modern pedagogy, that he foreshadowed, in ...
    • The Place of English Grammar in the Modern Curriculum 

      Goite, Mary Francis O.S.U.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      Educators are more in doubt concerning the scope, necessity, and use of formal grammar in the schools than of any subject that makes up the present day curriculum. Views are as contradictory as the antipodes, while methods ...
    • A Study of the Present Status of High School Physics in the State of Nebraska 

      Schroer, Earl H.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      The High School Section of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, meeting in Fremont, Nebraska April, 1929, considered in open session and passed by a unanimous vote, the following Resolution;|"Resolved:—That the Department of ...
    • Theodoret and the Greek Pagan Writers 

      Vossman, Edwin A.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1932)
      The object of this thesis, entitled "Theodoret and the Greek Pagan Writers," has been to determine how much Theodoret, a Christian writer of the fourth and fifth centuries, knew about the Greek pagan writers in so far as ...
    • Realism in the Medieval Mystery Plays 

      Barta de, Mary Antoinette N.D.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      An intensive study and analysis of some of the medieval mystery plays—remnants of the York, Townley, Coventry, and Chester Cycles—will inevitably show that realism was very prevalent in the literature of the fourteenth ...
    • A History of the Omaha Public School System 1859 - 1933 

      Holland, Kathryn Margaret A.B.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      The problem in this thesis is to record the history of the growth and development of the Omaha Public School System from its inception in 1859 to the close of the school year of 1932-1933.|The sources from which were ...
    • Greek Influence is Shelley 

      Regan, Elizabeth
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      Shelley is deeply Indebted to Greece for his theory of art and philosophy of life. | As light, speeding from a distant planet, was once intercepted by a sufficiently delicate instrument and made to illuminate one of earth's ...
    • Contributions to the Chemistry of Vitamin A: A Critical Study of the Antimony Trichloride Reaction 

      Rickman, Eunice B.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      The chemical study of vitamin A dates "back to the work of Hopkins. As early as 1906, he had determined and reported that, "no animal can live upon a mixture of pure protein, fat, and carbohydrate and even when the necessary ...
    • The Value of Classical Allusions in Six of Milton’s Minor Poems (L’Allegro, Il Penseroso, Cornus, Lycldas, Samson Agonistes, and Arcades) 

      Schneider, Ella A.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      Classical allusions form so integral a part of Milton's poetry that one can scarcely conceive of the poems without them. Deprived of these allusions, the poetry would lose a large part of its charm; certainly it would lose ...
    • The Tracing of Higher Plane Curves 

      Fitzpatrick, John Dennis
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      When one has studied analytic geometry, calculus and kindred branches of mathematics which depend to a certain extent upon the construction of loci he is confronted with the difficulty of determining a fairly accurate ...
    • The Background of "The Lady of the Lake”' 

      Kleinsorge, Mary Venatia C.PP.S.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      The advantage, to both teacher and high school pupil, to be derived from having easy access to the data and material for a study of Scott’s "The Lady of the Lake", has urged the author of these pages to assemble this ...
    • Contemporary Life Reflected in the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales 

      Klein, Mary C.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      The Canterbury Pilgrimage was an episode in the life of Chaucer which belonged to the England of his time. During his last years of leisure he recorded the impressions of his years of observation of men and women of the ...
    • Studies in the Regulation of Gastric Acidity 

      Neigus, Irwin
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      Man's interest in his own digestive processes goes back many centuries. | The views on digestion held by all the ancient peoples and tribes were full of magic, mysticism and superstition. Either demons or different humors ...
    • Religious Thought in IN MEMORIAM 

      Vartanian, Margarita
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      The second period of English poetry In the nineteenth century can be compared In variety and abundance of poetical accomplishments to the great Elizabethan era. One of the characteristics distinguishing this period from ...
    • A Study of the Status of Character Education in Reference to Religion 

      Jackson , Joseph Harrison A.B. B.D.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1933)
      The problem of this study is the relation of religion to the development of character. It may be more succinctly and clearly put in the form of a question as follows:|Can there by any real and basic character development ...