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Ua99/1 Scrapbook 5, Bgbu President's Office Jan 1930

Ua99/1 Scrapbook 5, Bgbu President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Scrapbook created by J. Lewie Harman, president of Bowling Green Business University. Includes clippings, pamphlets, programs and railroad tickets dated from 1919 through 1930.


Ua30/1/1 State Normal Farm Near Bowling Green, Kentucky, H. M. Yarbrough, Wku Planning, Design & Construction Jan 1930

Ua30/1/1 State Normal Farm Near Bowling Green, Kentucky, H. M. Yarbrough, Wku Planning, Design & Construction

WKU Archives Records

Map by surveyor H.M. Yarbrough showing location of 81 acres of WKU Farm. Scale is 1 inch = 15 poles, northwest orientation, 22" x 10". Includes location of Jonesville. The map is undated, 1930 is a circa date.


Rb30-246 Testing Ice Cream For Butterfat, L.K. Crowe Jan 1930

Rb30-246 Testing Ice Cream For Butterfat, L.K. Crowe

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Butterfat is usually the most expensive ingredient of ice cream; hence, great care is necessary in controllng its use. The manufacturer of ice cream, whether doing a large or a small volume of business, must manufacture a product that will comply with the established fat standard. Some means of determining the percentage of butterfat in the product must be available in order to establish this control.

This 1930 research bulletin discusses the different testing equipment used to test butterfat in ice cream.


Rb30-250 Raising Early Lambs From Aged Western Ewes, A.D. Weber Jan 1930

Rb30-250 Raising Early Lambs From Aged Western Ewes, A.D. Weber

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Many farm flocks in Nebraska are comprised of aged western ewes. They are easily obtained because of the state's geographical position with reference to the sheep-producing sections of the West and the leading feeder lamb markets. Nebraska ranks second in number of western lambs fed. This also tends to acquaint farmers with range sheep.

This 1930 research bulletin discusses factors in early lamb production; objects of the experiment, experimental procedure, and experimental data of raising early lambs from aged western ewes.


Rb30-244 Types Of Farming In Nebraska, Harold Hedges, F.E. Elliott Jan 1930

Rb30-244 Types Of Farming In Nebraska, Harold Hedges, F.E. Elliott

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

"Type of farming" as used in this bulletin is a term descriptive of a group of farms similar in size and enterprise combination. Thus a group of farms having the same kind, quantity, and proportion of crops oand livestock may be said to be following the same type of farming. The term "type-of-farming area" refers to an area within which there is a high degree of uniformity in the type of farming practicse and in the physical and economic conditions under which production takes place. This should not be understood to mean that there is absolute uniformity either in farming ...


Ec30-39 Swine Sanitation, L. Van Es Jan 1930

Ec30-39 Swine Sanitation, L. Van Es

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

From the very beginning of Nebraska's agricultural development its farmers have recognized that the production of swine must of necessity accompany the growing of corn. The latter, one of the state's most important staples, cannot be marketed in a more economical manner than after having been transformed into pork, bacon, and lard.

As a result the state has for many years maintained a rather dense swine population mainly divided into large herds kept on relatively small areas of land. This density of population, as well as certain practices in management and selective breeding, has brought about conditions favorable ...


A Study Of The Make-Up Management And Content Of Catholic High School Newspapers, Mary Lucille Middleton Jan 1930

A Study Of The Make-Up Management And Content Of Catholic High School Newspapers, Mary Lucille Middleton

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Hollins Hand Book (1930), Hollins College Jan 1930

Hollins Hand Book (1930), Hollins College

Student Handbooks

No abstract provided.


Truancy As A Factor In The Delinquency Of Boys : A Case-Study Of 300 Boys In The Preston School Of Industry At Ione, California, And Comparisons With The Truancy Problem Of The Sacramento City Schools, V. Pierpont Husband Jan 1930

Truancy As A Factor In The Delinquency Of Boys : A Case-Study Of 300 Boys In The Preston School Of Industry At Ione, California, And Comparisons With The Truancy Problem Of The Sacramento City Schools, V. Pierpont Husband

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

The study of a question such as that of Truancy must be undertaken on the basis of statistics. It is essentially a matter of investigating and gathering data upon individual cases.

The preliminary search for material upon the subject revealed the fact that practically nothing had been written upon it and apparently little inquiry made into the problem. Accordingly, the writer obtained permission from Superintendent O.H. Close of the Preston School of Industry located at Ione, Amador County, California to conduct an investigation of this problem among the delinquent boys committed to that institution. This school is the state ...


Technique Of Instruction And Comparative Results For Classes Of One Hundred In Mathematics, Clifford E. Trueblood Jan 1930

Technique Of Instruction And Comparative Results For Classes Of One Hundred In Mathematics, Clifford E. Trueblood

Graduate Thesis Collection

The purpose in this thesis is to present the technique established in teaching classes of one hundred (80-120) in mathematics and to compare the student progress with the progress made by those in small classes of the entire department. In this study the pupils have not been assigned, either to the large class (100) or the small classes (35), in any special way. In every instance, the assignment to classes has been to suit the pupil's program or the programs of the school. In other words, there has been no attempt to assign special pupils to special classes for ...


The Gem 1930, Taylor University Jan 1930

The Gem 1930, Taylor University

Yearbooks

Dedicated to T.H.Maytag


Ua3/1/4 It Is Necessary For Ideals To Be In Action, Henry Cherry Jan 1930

Ua3/1/4 It Is Necessary For Ideals To Be In Action, Henry Cherry

WKU Archives Records

Undated portion of speech by Henry Cherry, delivered on unknown occasion. Page three links education with democracy, incorporates "that other thing" and spirit.


Who's Who Biography Of Henry Cherry, Who's Who Jan 1930

Who's Who Biography Of Henry Cherry, Who's Who

2015: Cherry Statue Time Capsule

Who's Who biographical entry for Henry Cherry.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Vi, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1930

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Vi, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Before the Flood by Aunty Diluvian
  • Chapel
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • College Clamor by N.O. Humor
  • Editorials
  • Fish Stories by Trout
  • Kempusology Inside Out by Kelly Thompson
  • Personals
  • Philosophizing Collegian by Ims
  • Training School Notes
  • Western Sophomore Writes Home

This issue contains articles:

  • WKTC Welcomes New Students
  • Elected to Lead 1930 Hilltoppers - Paul Vaughn
  • Dr. Clarence Dannelly Made Head of Kentucky Wesleyan
  • Football Men Are Feted at Annual Dinner
  • Smith, Diddle Attend Mobile SIAA Meet
  • To Address Grads at Commencement – Robert Hutchins ...


1930 Cedrus Yearbook, Cedarville College Jan 1930

1930 Cedrus Yearbook, Cedarville College

Yearbooks

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of The Questions And Study Problems Found In Geography Text-Books For Grades Four To Seven, Katharine E. Mccue Jan 1930

An Analysis Of The Questions And Study Problems Found In Geography Text-Books For Grades Four To Seven, Katharine E. Mccue

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Study Of Inferior And Superior Pupils On The Junior High School Level, Mary James O'Shea Jan 1930

A Comparative Study Of Inferior And Superior Pupils On The Junior High School Level, Mary James O'Shea

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Relative Effectiveness Of Question Vs. Outline Technic In Teaching Physics, Mary Sariel Redding Jan 1930

Relative Effectiveness Of Question Vs. Outline Technic In Teaching Physics, Mary Sariel Redding

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Development And Present Status Of Vocational Guidance In Chicago, Catherine Agnes Ryan Jan 1930

The Development And Present Status Of Vocational Guidance In Chicago, Catherine Agnes Ryan

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Rb30-252 Sex And Age As Factors In Cattle Feeding, H.J. Gramlich, R.R. Thalman Jan 1930

Rb30-252 Sex And Age As Factors In Cattle Feeding, H.J. Gramlich, R.R. Thalman

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Varying economic conditions and changes in the demands of the meat consuming public have been responsible for the turns that have taken place in the beef industry during recent years. Both feeder and producer must recognize and conform to these changes if they are to continue in business. Among the most important of these changes have been the turn toward the marketing of lighter cattle and the gradual disappearance from feed lots of two- and three-year-old animals. Furthermore, the cattle population of the United States is fast reaching stabilization with the resulting effect that more heifers are being marketed, since ...


Rb30-245 Water Supply And Sewage Disposal Systems For Farm Homes, Ivan D. Wood, E.B. Lewis Jan 1930

Rb30-245 Water Supply And Sewage Disposal Systems For Farm Homes, Ivan D. Wood, E.B. Lewis

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

When the well "goes dry" or when the windmill or pump breaks down, every one in the household immediately appreciates the value fo plenty of water. In other words, "You never miss the water until the well runs dry." Fortunately, in most sections of this state, plenty of pure water may be obtained by sinking wells of moderate depth, yet surprisingly few farm homes are supplied with running water in the kitchen even though the barn yards are equipped with hydrants and tanks.

It is the purpose of this bulletin to present a number of water supply and sewage disposal ...


Sibyl 1930, Otterbein University Jan 1930

Sibyl 1930, Otterbein University

Otterbein University Yearbooks

No abstract provided.


Reflector, Georgia Southern University Jan 1930

Reflector, Georgia Southern University

Reflector Yearbook

University yearbook


1930 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead State Teachers College Jan 1930

1930 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead State Teachers College

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead State Teacher College for 1930.


The Secondary School Population In Some Of Its Social And Economic Relationships: A Study Of The Secondary School Population Enrolled In The Public Secondary Schools Of Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania, Herman M. Wessel Jan 1930

The Secondary School Population In Some Of Its Social And Economic Relationships: A Study Of The Secondary School Population Enrolled In The Public Secondary Schools Of Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania, Herman M. Wessel

Publicly Accessible Penn Dissertations

Educators have for a long time felt the need for knowing something about the immediate social and economic environ­ment of the pupils in our schools. In his study published in 1916, Holley pointed out in much detail certain facts showing the relationships between the persistency of child­ren in school and their home conditions. The study by Counts published in 1922, showed that in four American cities, the secondary school population was of a highly se­lective nature.

This investigation is an attempt along the lines of the above studies, yet more intensively, to survey the social, economic, and ...


Definite Educational Advantages, Western State Teachers College, Western Michigan University Jan 1930

Definite Educational Advantages, Western State Teachers College, Western Michigan University

Western Michigan University Course Catalogs (1904-present)

No abstract provided.


Masonic-Our Knights Who Rest 1929, Charles C. Chapman Dec 1929

Masonic-Our Knights Who Rest 1929, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Masonic Speeches

This is the program for the Christmas Observance of the Fullerton Commandery No. 55 Knights Templar. Also included are the notes for Charles C. Chapman gave the address "Our Knights Who Rest" for the occasion.


Morehead Will Have Net Team, Lexington Herald Dec 1929

Morehead Will Have Net Team, Lexington Herald

College Histories

An article published in the Lexington Herald from December 22, 1929 on the start of a basketball team at Morehead Normal college.


The George-Anne Dec 1929

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

No abstract provided.


Colonnade December 17, 1929, Colonnade Dec 1929

Colonnade December 17, 1929, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.