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 Foreword
 Introduction
 Faculty research and publicati...
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 Cancer research laboratory
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 Bureau of educational research
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
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    Academic council and research council
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    Table of Contents
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    Foreword
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    Introduction
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    Faculty research and publications
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    Florida engineering and industrial experiment stations active projects, July 1, 1949
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    Cancer research laboratory
        Page 66
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    Bureau of economic and business research
        Page 68
    Bureau of educational research
        Page 69
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    Project in applied economics
        Page 72
    Public administration clearing service
        Page 72
    University of Florida publications
        Page 73
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    The graduate school
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June 30, 1949






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
1949

State Board of Education

FULLER WARREN .................................................Governor

R. A. GRAY...............................................Secretary of State

J. EDWIN LARSON.........................................State Treasurer

RICHARD ERV IN..........................................Attorney General

THOMAS D. BAILEY, Secretary .............State Superintendent of
Public Instruction


Board of Control of Florida

INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING


FRANK M. HARRIS, Chairman........................ Attorney-at-Law
St. Petersburg, Florida

ELI H. FINK ................................................Attorney-at-Law
Jacksonville, Florida

N. B. JORDAN ..........................................................Banker
Quincy, Florida

HOLLIS RINEHART ......................................Attorney-at-Law
Miami, Florida

GEORGE J. WHITE .................................................... Banker
Mount Dora, Florida
WILLIAM F. POWERS........ Secretary of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida










ACADEMIC COUNCIL


J. HILLIS MILLER, M.A., PH.D., LL.D., LITT.D ........ President of the University
JOHN STUART ALLEN, PH.D ........................Vice-President of the University
WILLIAM TOBIAS ARNETT, M.A. in Arch.
Dean of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts
ROBERT COLDER BEATY, M.A. ................................................Dean of Men
ALVAH ALDEN BEECHER, M.M......................................... Director of Music
MARNA VENABLE BRADY, ED.D. ..........................................Dean of Women
HARLEY WILLARD CHANDLER, M.S. .............................Dean of the University
HENRY ANDERSON FENN, LL.B. ........................ Dean of the College of Law
PERRY ALBERT FOOTE, PH.D. ..................Dean of the College of Pharmacy
J. WAYNE REITZ, PH.D.
Provost for Agriculture and Acting Dean of the College of Agriculture
RICHARD SADLER JOHNSON, B.S.P. ........................................... Registrar
WINSTON WOODARD LITTLE, M.A. ...................Dean of the University College
WALTER JEFFRIES MATHERLY, M.A., LL.D.
Dean of the College of Business Administration
HAROLD STEPHENSON NEWINS, M.F ............Director of the School of Forestry
RALPH EMERSON PAGE, PH.D. .........Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
GEORGE SHELDON PRICE, GRADUATE USMA, COL.F.A.,
Professor of Military Science and Tactics
BERT CLAIR RILEY. B.A., B.S.A. ........Dean of the General Extension Division
THOMAS MARSHALL SIMPSON, PH.D. ...................Dean of the Graduate School
DENNIS K. STANLEY, M.ED.
Dean of the College of Physical Education, Health and Athletics
JOSEPH WEIL, M.S. ................................. Dean of the College of Engineering
STANLEY LEROY WEST, LL.B., B.S. in L.S. .....Director of University Libraries
JOSEPH BENTON WHITE, PH.D. ...................Dean of the College of Education
W. MAX WISE, ED.D. ............................................ Dean of Student Personnel


RESEARCH COUNCIL
ROLAND B. EUTSLER, Chairman

V. W. CLARK C. B. POLLARD
FRED H. HULL T. M. SIMPSON
C. V. NOBLE P.M. TEDDER







TABLE OF CONTENTS

The research studies cited in this report are listed in three groups:

A). Faculty research--by fields of study arranged alphabetically by
authors

B). Organized research agency projects

C). Graduate theses--by degree, arranged alphabetically by author

Foreword ........ . ....... ....... ... . . . . ... 6
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Faculty Research and Publications
Agriculture .. . . . ........................ 9
Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Biology, Botany, Bacteriology, and Zoology . . . . . . .11
Chemistry . . . ....... . . ........ .. .. .. . . 18
Economics and Business Administration. . . . . ... . 23
Education . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . .25


Engineering . . . . . . . . . .
Geography . . . . . . . ..
Geology . . . . . . . . . .
History . . . . . . . . . . .
Journalism . . . . . . . . . . .
Language and Literature . . . . . .
Law . . . . . . . . . . .
Mathematics . . . . . . .
Military . . . . . . . . . .
Music . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . .
Philosophy . . . . .. . . . .
Physical Education . . . . . . .
Physics . . . . . . . . . . .
Political Science . . . . . . . .
Psychology . ... . . . . . ..
Sociology .... . . .. .. . . . .
Speech . . . . . . . . . . . .
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations . .


S. . . . . . .. 26
S. . . . . .. .27
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S. . . . . . 40
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Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station. . . . . .61
Cancer Research Laboratory . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Bureau of Economic and Business Research . . . . . . .. 68


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Bureau of Educational Research . . . ........ . . . . . . 69
Project in Applied Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Public Administration Clearing Service . . . . . . . . . .72
University of Florida Publications . . . . . . . . . . .73
The Graduate School--Theses and Dissertations . . . ...... . 76








FOREWORD


This report is a compilation of research activities and scholarly pub-
lications of the University of Florida. Its purpose is to provide a biblio-
graphical record as well as to provide information about this phase of work
of the University of Florida faculty. Titles of theses and dissertations
accepted by the Graduate Council during the current academic year are
included, both for the purpose of the record and for the information of
scholars working in the various fields represented by these studies. It
should be noted in this connection that graduate research activities for
theses and dissertations involve the collaboration of the graduate student
and the faculty supervisor so that such work is cooperative. This is true
not only in the actual prosecution of the work but also in the sense that
effective guidance requires independent study and research which obvi-
ously cannot become a part of the formal report of research activities of
the supervisor. The first of these conditions prevail in the physical and
natural sciences; the second is common in the social sciences and the
humanities.

The primary purpose of this report is to summarize the research activ-
ities of the University of Florida. A brief description is given of the
research of the teaching faculty since no other University publication
carries a description of this work. The projects sponsored by the organ-
ized research divisions constitute a significant part of the research work
conducted in the University. These sponsored projects are included under
each such agency--The Agricultural Experiment Station, The Engineering
and Industrial Experiment Station, The Bureau of Educational Research,
The Bureau of Economic and Business Research, the Cancer Research
Project, the Sloan Project in Applied Economics, and the Public Adminis-
tration Clearing Service.

Inquiries concerning any of the materials listed in this report may be
addressed to the author, the Chairman of the Research Council, or the
administrative research unit indicated.







INTRODUCTION


A first report on "Current Research and Publications" was issued
in early 1945 covering the 1944 academic year and describing the major
research developments up to that time. It was then intended to issue an
annual summary but the disruptions of the war period made it impractica-
ble to do so. The post-war readjustments, measured largely by the expan-
sion in student enrollments and a consequent almost overwhelming task
of meeting the teaching responsibilities imposed, made it inexpedient
to revive the report. Nonetheless, research activity has continued. The
organized research divisions have expanded their activities. The most
effective teaching requires constant pursuit of scholarship and research
and the University teaching staff has been meeting this obligation.

Thus, the Research Council is now giving this second report in
"Current Research and Publications" and plans to issue a similar report
each year so that a continuous report may be available. Such a report
should fulfill a three-fold objective: (1) recognize and encourage the re-
search work done; (2) indicate the extent and scope of this work; and
(3) point to the need for its support.

Research occupies a prominent place in the minds of men everywhere.
It does not, however, denote a mysterious power. It is a method by which
man attempts to find out something, to discover facts, to draw conclusions
from them, and to use these conclusions in the formulation of programs
for human progress. Once confined almost entirely to the interests of
the theorists, research has now spread to the interests of the practical
man as well. We are living in an age of research.

The functions of a university are generally considered as fourfold:
first, the dissemination of knowledge and ideas; second, the preservation
of knowledge and ideas; third, the interpretation of knowledge and ideas;
and fourth, the augmentation of knowledge and ideas. Dissemination con-
cerns a university's teaching function. Preservation is the function of a
library and is essential for dissemination, interpretation, and augmentation
of knowledge. Interpretation and augmentation of knowledge result from
scholarship and research and, in turn, contribute to the dissemination or
teaching function.

The people of Florida have a genuine appreciation and understanding
of the function of dissemination of knowledge and ideas and are making






more liberal provisions for it. The other functions are less recognized
and less provision is made for them. Though recognizing the primary
responsibility of teaching, the Research Council believes that this func-
tion will be better served as research is translated into the solution of
problems. It thus wishes to encourage research in all fields of learning.
It is to this goal that this report is dedicated.






AGRICULTURE


(See also: Agricultural Experiment Station, page 43.)

ARRINGTON, L. R.
A RE-EVALUATION OF THE HORTVET FORMULA AND FREEZ-
ING POINT VALUE OF MILK IN ESTIMATING THE PERCENT-
AGE OF ADDED WATER.
Freezing points are being determined on samples of milk which
are known to be normal milk. Known amounts of water are then being
added and freezing points again determined. From these values, a
study of a previously proposed formula for calculating added water
is being made.

BECKER, R. B.
ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF DAIRY CATTLE BREEDS.

HETRICK, L. A.
DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NEW INSECTI-
CIDES FOR THE CONTROL OF SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES.
The toxicity, dosage, and length of effectiveness of new synthet-
tic insecticides for the control of subterranean termites are being
investigated.

SENN, P.H.
GENETIC STUDIES ON LUPINES.
Genetic studies of certain vegetative, flower, fruit, and seed
characteristics in the genus Lupinus. Breeding techniques among
several species of Lupinus and factors influencing crossability are
included.

WATKINS, JOHN V.
SELECTIVE BREEDING IN HEMEROCALLIS DAYLILIES IN FLOR-
IDA.
Florida Agricultural Extension Service, Circ. 88, March 1949.
This work has been in progress for 15 years and will be continued
indefinitely. To date, eight originations have been released. Numer-
ous articles and pamphlets have been published. Illustrative is the
one here cited.






ARCHITECTURE


ARNETT, WILLIAM T.
(and others)
PROJECT METHOD IN ARCHITECTURE.
Since 1935, the College of Architecture and Allied Arts has been
engaged in the conception, development and operation of a curricu-
lum in Architecture in which all professional work has been taught
by means of a series of creative projects.
The objective is to teach Architecture as a unity by reducing the
fragmentation of subject matter to a minimum by blending all into a
correlated whole, and by seeking constantly a more perfect synthesis
so that each student may travel at his own speed according to ambi-
tion, experience, and proficiency, without regard to the progress of
other students or to University time units.


ROSTER OF ARCHITECTS' OFFICES IN FLORIDA.
The compilation of a roster of architects' offices in the State of
Florida giving the names of the principals, the location of the office,
the year established, the size of the office, the type of practice,
and similar information. (A project of the Bureau of Architectural and
Community Research.)


CARTER, SIDNEY
SHOPPING CENTER DEVELOPMENT FACTORS.
The social economic and physical factors which help determine
the success or failure of a neighborhood, sub-central and central
type of shopping center.



LINDSEY, HARRY L.
BUILDING CODES FOR SMALL CITIES OF FLORIDA.
A study of building codes used in Florida cities to determine
(1) adequacy of present codes, (2) possibility of changes to allow
more economical building, (3) possibility of including esthetic control
in the codes and (4) efficiency in the administration by building
officials.






MILLICAN, GEORGEC.
(and others)
SCHOOL SURVEY OF GAINESVILLE.
Survey of the physical and economic adequacy of the existing
school plant in Gainesville, Florida.

ART

PALM, RAYMOND L.
NATIVE FLORIDA CLAYS IN ART.
Compilation of data on the art usage of native Florida clays, in-
cluding experimentation in mixing clays to develop satisfactory clay
for color glazing and plasticity for satisfactory working.


ORIGINAL GLAZE FORMULAE RESEARCH.
Compilation of original glaze formulae.


TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS IN ART EDUCATION.
Compilation of a valid measurement instrument in art education,
including a breakdown of good and bad factors in existing tests in
art education.

BIOLOGY, BOTANY, BACTERIOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY

BERNER, LEWIS
A CHECKLIST OF THE MAYFLIES OF THE WORLD


THE MAYFLIES OF FLORIDA.
The ecology, distribution, life histories, taxonomy and general
biology of the various kinds of mayflies occurring in Florida.
(In press University of Florida Press)


MAYFLIES OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES.
A study of the ecology, taxonomy, and zoogeography of the Ephem-
eroptera of the Southeastern United States.






BERNER, LEWIS AND Ross. H. H.


THE CADDISFLIES OF FLORIDA.

A study of the caddis flies present in Florida, their distribution
and ecology. This is part of the overall attempt to make known the
aquatic insects of the fresh waters of the state.



BRODKORB. PIERCE
BIRDS OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO.
A survey of the bird fauna of the State of Chiapas.



GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION IN THE GRAY KINGBIRD.
Revision of the subspecies and characters of Tyrannus domini-
censis, with description of three new races from Florida and the West
Indies.


TAXONOMIC NOTES ON THE LAUGHING FALCON.
This manuscript revises the subspecies of Herpetotheres cachin-
nans.


TAXONOMY AND DISTRIBUTION OF BIRDS.
This investigation involves the taxonomy and distribution of
birds of the United States and Latin America.


TEXTBOOK OF ORNITHOLOGY.


THE SUBSPECIFIC STATUS OF THE LOON IN FLORIDA.
Taxonomy and Distribution of the Loon, Gavia Immer, in Florida.


VARIATION IN THE NORTH AMERICAN FORMS OF WESTERN
FLYCATCHER. The Condor, February, 1949. Vol. 51, No. 1.
Revision of the characters and ranges of Empidonax difficilis.






DAVIS, JOHN H., JR.
VEGETATION OF FLORIDA.
A comprehensive study of the vegetation of the state of Florida
in the manner of plant ecology and plant geography, mapping in detail
all the vegetation types in most counties as well as the whole state.

DICKINSON, J. C., JR.
ANECOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE OF THE BIOTA OF A SERIES
OF PONDS AND DITCHES IN NORTHERN FLORIDA.
Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Science, 1948, Vol.
2, No. 2-3.
A study made in an effort to gain some idea of the importance of
these habitats in the maintenance of the overall biota of the region.

BIRDS OF ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A continuing project that aims at recording data on birds of this
county.
VARIATION IN THE TOWHEE, Pipilo Erythrophathalmus, IN THE
EASTERN UNITED STATES.
This study involves the examination of the towhee, Pipilo Eryth-
rophthalmus, from the standpoint of statistical analysis of variation
in size, color, etc. Five recognized geographic races of this species
are known. To date, approximately 800 skins have been examined
and measured.

GOING, COLEMAN J.
STUDIES OF EVOLUTION ON THE GENUS Eleutherodactylus.
A study of the morphology, genetics, life history and geographic
distribution of the frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus, particularly
in the British West Indies.

GROBMAN, ARNOLD B.
A STUDY OF THE GENETIC ASSOCIATION OF CERTAIN HEMA-
TOMAS IN MICE.
On the Association of Certain Hematomas with myelencephalic
blebs in the house mouse. American Journal of Roentgenology and
Radium Therapy, 1949. Vol. 61, No. 1: 98-99.
Certain hematomas of the liver and testes in the mouse have
been considered to be associated with myelencephalic blebs and






thought to be the result of a single gene. The author has observed
the hematomas in mice without the blebs and has attempted to show
that the hematomas are not due to the gene indicated but represent
two sets of independent conditions.


DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN AMPHIBIA (Desmognathus) IN THE
SOUTHERN STATES.
A casual examination of about 1000 specimens indicates that the
geographic distribution of these salamanders (Desmognathus), as
currently understood, needs considerable revision. Three races are
involved. The more important geographic factors that seem to influ-
ence the distributions of these three races include the type of soil
and the drainage basins of certain of the Gulf Coast rivers.

GENETIC HAZARDS OF THE ATOMIC BOMB AND OTHER SOURCES
OF RADIATION.

SOME RECENT COLLECTIONS OF PLETHODON FROM VIRGINIA
WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF A NEW FORM. (In Press Proceed-
ings, Biological Society of Washington.)
A new species of a salamander (Amphibia) has been discovered
in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. It appeared to be restricted
to altitudes above 3,500 feet.

GROBMAN, ARNOLD B. AND CHARLES, DONALD R.
STUDIES ON THE GENETICS OF MICE.
A new Dominant Autosomal Mutant Affecting Coat Color in Mus
musculus. Journal of Heredity, 1947. Vol. 38, No. 12: 381-4.
The inheritance pattern of a new mutation of mice has been stud-
ied. The mutation in single dose, causes black mice to become blue-
gray; and in double dose, causes them to become white. In addition
to diluting coat color, the gene also seems to reduce number of
progeny.

GROBMAN, ARNOLD B., HATT, R. T., VANTYNE, J., STUART, L. C.,
AND POPE, C. H.
ISLAND LIFE: A STUDY OF THE LAND VERTEBRATES OF THE
ISLANDS OF WESTERN LAKE MICHIGAN. Cranbrook Institute
of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1948, 179 pp.
This book is a report on land vertebrates found on the islands






of Lake Michigan by an expedition sponsored by the University of
Michigan and the Cranbrook Institute of Science.

JONES, E. RUFFIN, JR.
NOTES ON SOME Turbellaria OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES.
A study of the occurrence and distribution of Turbellaria, espe-
cially in Massachusetts, Virginia, North Carolina and Florida with
notes on anatomy and other unusual facts.

OBSERVATIONS ON SPECIES OF THE GENUS DINOPHILUS (archi-
annelid) IN THE UNITED STATES.
This investigation covers two new species of the genus Dinophilus
and also includes notes and additional information on one already
known species of this genus. Material has been collected from the
Chesapeake Bay area, the Cape Cod area and the vicinity of Seattle,
Washington.

OBSERVATIONS ON TERRESTRIAL AND SEMITERRESTRIAL
Turbellaria OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES.
Almost nothing is known of the terrestrial Turbellaria of the
United States. The present work was undertaken to determine the
occurrence, numbers, distribution and possibly their role in the soil.


STUDIES ON THE TURBELLARIAN FAUNA OF THE NORFOLK
AREA IV, ECOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION.
This investigation includes a study of the ecology and distribution
of 50 species of Turbellaria which have been collected in the Norfolk
area.

THE FAMILY PRORHYNCHIDAE IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA.
Considerable confusion occurs in connection with the family Pro-
rhynchidae in America. The author has been studying this family over
a period of years and is accumulating data involving the members of
this family and their relationships.

THE Turbellaria OF FLORIDA.
The Turbellaria of Florida are being studied from the standpoint
of their morphology, taxonomy, ecology, distribution and evolution-
ary relationships.






JONES, E. RUFFIN, JR. AND FERGUSON, FREDERICK F.
A SURVEY OF THE SHORE-LINE FAUNA OF THE NORFOLK
PENINSULA, American Midland Naturalist, March 1949, Vol. 41,
No. 2. 436-446.
A list of 276 species representing 223 genera of invertebrates
collected from the shore line area of the Norfolk peninsula, with
notes on habitat and distribution.

STUDIES ON THE TURBELLARIAN FAUNA OF THE NORFOLK-
AREA V. Jensenia Lewisi n. sp.
Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, Vol. 67,
No. 4, October, 1948: 305-314.
During a study of the Turbellarian fauna of the Norfolk Area,
individuals belonging to the genus Jensenia were obtained. Upon
examination it was found that these individuals did not belong to
either of the two hitherto described species of this genus since there
were marked differences including those of the reproductive systems
and in the general shape of the body in the various forms. These
forms were, therefore, described as a new species Jensenia lewisi.

KILBY, JOHN D.
A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE YOUNG STRIPED MULLET
(Mygil Cephalus Linnaeus) IN Two GULF COASTAL AREAS OF
FLORIDA. Journal, Florida Academy of Science, 1948, Vol. II,
No. 1: 7-23.
Fishes of the salt marshes of the gulf coastal areas are being
studied statistically to discover growth rates, population, breeding
seasons, and other information relative to life histories.
LAESSLE. ALBERT M. AND FRYE, 0. E.
A STUDY OF THEFOOD HABITS OF QUAIL, CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A detailed examination of 1400 crops of quail in Charlotte County,
Florida, has been conducted over a period of three years in an effort
to determine the availability of quail foods and the food habits of
quail in that area.

NEEDHAM, JAMES G. AND WESTFALL, MINTER J., JR.
A MANUAL OF THE DRAGONFLIES OF NORTH AMERICA.
Planned as a two volume work on all of the species of the order
Odonata known to occur in the United States, Canada, Mexican border






states, and the Greater Antilles. The first volume on the suborder
Anisoptera will be a co-authored project; the second on Zygoptera
is to be completed by the junior author at some later date. The work
will include keys and tables for the identification of both adult and
nymphal specimens, descriptions and distributional notes. About
320 species will be treated in the first volume, which will also in-
clude a discussion of relationships, ecology, collecting and rearing
methods.


OLIVER, J. A.
AN ANALYSIS OF THELIZZARDFAUNA OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS.
The Anoline Lizards of Bimini, Bahamas. Amer. Mus. Novitiates.
No. 1383: 1948, 1-36, 3 figs.
The lizard population of the Bahama Islands is being studied and
the principle zoogeographic patterns blocked out. A series of papers
will be published, the first of which is cited above.

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE KNOWN SPECIES OF LIZARDS OF
THE GENUA ANOLIS OCCURRING IN FLORIDA.

A STUDY OF THE LIFE HISTORY OF THE "AMERICAN CHAMAE-
LEON", ANOLIS CAROLINENSIS.

STUDY OF THE AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF THE TERRITORY
OF HAWAII.
This study involves the different species of amphibians and rep-
tiles that have become established and are now living in the Hawaiian
Islands, their life histories in so far as they are known, their econom-
ic importance, and their historical background, primarily in regard
to how they reach the islands and where they came from.


SHERMAN, H. B.
LIFE HISTORY NOTES OF FLORIDA BATS.

POST-NATAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE FREE-TAILED BAT, TAD.
ARIDA CYNOCEPHALA.

TAXONOMY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF MAMMALS, Especially
those of the Southeastern States.






TAXONOMY, DISTRIBUTION AND NATURAL HISTORY OF POCKET
GOPHERS OF THE GEOMYS TUZE GROUP.
These animals are confined to the coastal plain of Georgia, Ala-
bama and Florida. The problem consists of determining the geograph-
ical distribution of the various races which are present and the natu-
ral history of them.

WALLACE, H. K. AND RICHARDSON, GLADYS
STUDY OF SPIDERS (Order Aranea) THEIR TAXONOMY, ECOLOGY,
GEOGRAPHY, LIFE HISTORY, ETC.

This project concerns a study of spiders, particularly those of
Florida. Approximately 100 species new to science have been col-
lected. At the present time, the main emphasis is on Salticidae (Jump-
ing Spiders) and Lycosidae (Wolf Spiders).



CHEMISTRY

BLACK, A. P. AND BROWN, EUGENE
WATER RESEARCH PROJECT.
A study of the possible correlation of chemical analyses of water
with geological formations.

BLACK, A. P. AND GOODSON, JAMES B., JR.
OXIDATION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE WITH CHLORINE IN DILUTE
AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.

BUTLER, GEORGE B. AND BENJAMIN, BEN M.
PREPARATION OF POLYMERIC QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COM-
POUND THROUGH THE MANNICH REACTION.
A study of formation of tertiary amines capable of undergoing
further reaction to produce thermoset polymers.

BUTLER, GEORGE B. AND CARTER, MARY E.
POLYMERIZATION STUDIES ON SUBSTITUTED /3-NITRO STY-
RENES AND EVALUATION AS TEXTILE MILDEW PROOFING
AGENTS, BOTH ALONE AND AFTER BEING IMPREGNATED IN
COTTON YARN.






BUTLER, GEORGE B. AND INGLEY, FRANCIS L.
PREPARATION AND POLYMERIZATION OF UNSATURATED
ETHERS OF UNSATURATED PHENOLS.

BUTLER, GEORGE B. AND NASH, JAMES L.
PREPARATION AND POLYMERIZATION OF VINYL ETHERS OF
UNSATURATED ALCHOLS.

BUTLER, GEORGE B. AND MCMILLAN, FRANCIS N.
PREPARATION OF SULFANILAMIDE DERIVATIVES CONTAINING
QUATERNARY AMMONIUM GROUPS.
Effect of grouping on physiological action is being determined.


GROPP, A. H. AND LETAW, HARRY
USE OF NON-AQUEOUS SYSTEMS IN POLAROGRAPHY.

GROPP, A. H. AND BARRETT, W. J.
A STUDY OF MAXIMA AND THEIR SUPPRESSION IN POLARO-
GRAPHIC WAVES.

GROPP, A. H. AND BLALOCK, J. C.
POLAROGRAPHIC REDUCTION OF SULFUR IN ORGANIC COM-
POUNDS.

GROPP, A. H. AND BOWEN, F. J.
POLAROGRAPHIC INVESTIGATION OF CORROSION BY SULFUR
AND SOME OF ITS COMPOUNDS UNDER ANAEROBIC CONDI-
TIONS.

GROPP, A. H. AND CHILDERS, EUGENE
REDUCTION OF METHYL AND ETHYL RADICALS IN ALIPHATIC
QUATERNARY AMMONIUM IONS AT THE DROPPING MERCURY
ELECTRODE.

GROPP, A. H. AND RIDDLES, M. J.
A DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF DIGESTION OF SILVER
CHLORIDE PRECIPITATES ON THE GRAVIMETRIC DETER-
MINATION OF CHLORIDE.






HAWKINS, J. E. AND BRENT, J. A.
DISTILLATION STUDIES.
Relation of various factors to the efficiency of operation of a
packed column at reduced pressures.

HAWKINS. J. E. AND ERIKSEN, W. T.
COMBUSTION OF TERPENES.
Data to include certain thermodynamic properties.

HAWKINS. J. E. AND HUNT, H. G.
KINETICS OF THE ISOMERIZATION OF THE PINENES.

HAWKINS., J. E. AND THOMAS, G. A.
MEASUREMENT OF THE DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS OF SOME
TERPENES.

HAWKINS, J. E. AND TUCKER, W. C.
VAPOR PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS OF TERPENE MIXTURES.
Physical constants and thermodynamic properties of the system
-pinene-/3-pinene.

HAWKINS, J. E. AND VOGH, J. W.
SEPARATION OF ROSIN ACIDS.
Possibility of chromatography being studied.


HEATH, F. H.
INVESTIGATIONS ON CATALYSTS.
Requested by Navy. Details restricted.

HEATH, F. H. AND DAVIS, MOSS V.
A STUDY OF QUALITATIVE SEPARATIONS OF CATIONS OF
GROUP II AND GROUP IV.
Partially published in Journal of Chemical Education, 1949, Vol. 26,
No. 5: 277 pp.

HEATH, F. 11. AND RAMSEY, JAMES C.
ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF FLORIDA SALT WATER SPONGES.






JACKSON, V. T. AND FERNANDEZ, J. E.
THE HYDROLYSIS OF SODIUM CARBONATE.

JACKSON, V. T. AND McKISSON, E. W.
THE HYDROLYSIS OF SODIUM BICARBONATE.
Object: correction of errors in reaction rates shown in literature.

JACKSON. V. T., McKIssoN. E. W. AND FERNANDEZ, J. E.
A STUDY OF SPANISH MOSS.
A study is being made of the physical properties of Spanish moss.
The influence of surroundings on strength of fibers, and methods of
more quickly and efficiently removing bark from fibers. The composi-
tion of the ash is being studied.

NOVAK, ARTHUR F.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PRACTICAL PLANT AND SOILS ANAL-
YSIS KIT.

THE USE OF FLORIDA SANDS FOR NUTRIENT GROWTH OF CUT
FLOWERS.
A study of potential commercial applications of nutrient culture
to sand as a suitable substitute for soil.


POLLARD, C. B. AND BROWN, J. E.
REACTIONS OF MONOPHENYLPIPERAZINE AND OTHER CYCLIC
AMINES WITH CHOLOROCARBONATES.

POLLARD, C. B. AND GADWANI, N. S.
FATTY ACID DERIVITIVES OF MONOPHENYLPIPERAZINE.

POLLARD, C. B. AND GRAY, BETTY SUE
DERIVITIVES OF CHAULMOOGRIC AND HYDNOCARPIC ACIDS.

POLLARD, C. B., HARMON, R. W. AND RUNZLER, W. II.
STUDIES OF MOCCASIN VENOM.

POLLARD, C. B. AND INGWALSON, RAYMOND W.
STUDIES OF THE MANNICH REACTION.






POLLA l1Il, C. B AND LEM MERMAN, L. V.
CONDENSATION PRODUCTS FROM ALKALOIDS.

POLLARD, C. B1. AND MCLAUGHLIN, JOSEPH, JR.
A STUDY OF THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF
THE FATS FROM THE FAT LOBES OF THE MOCCASIN (Agkis-
trodon piscivorus) (Lacepede).

POLLARD, C. B., PARCELL, H. F., LEWIS, N. J. AND SMITH, J. IL.
SYNTHESIS AND STUDY OF UNSATURATED AMINES.

POLLARD, C. B. AND PRIGOT, MELVIN
A STUDY OF EPOXY COMPOUNDS.

POLLARD, C. i. AND WENGER, W. 1t.
REACTIONS OF 2,3-DIKETOPIPERAZINE.

POLLARD, C. 13. AND WICKER, T. 11.
HIYDROXY AND HIYDROXY ETHERS OF AMINES.

POLLARD, C. 1. AND YOUNG, 1). C., JR.
AMINATION OF KETONES.

IIIETZ, E. G., CHAPMAN, 1t. D. AND FERNANDEZ, J. B.
DIMERCAPTOLS OF ACETONYLACETONE I. Journal of American
Chemical Society, 1948, Vol. 70, No. 10: 3486-3488.

RIETZ, E. G., FERNANDEZ, J. B., SNIDER, L. T. AND SNIDER, T. K.
DIIMERCAPTOLS OF ACETONYLACETONE II.
Twelve new sulfones have been prepared.

RIETZ, E. G., LEWIS, N. J. AND FERNANDEZ, J. B.
MULTIPLE SEMI-MICRO KJELDAHL DETERMINATIONS.
Working out a system whereby 5 determinations of nitrogen may
be made simultaneously on semi-micro quantities.

RIETZ, E. G., POLLARD, C. B. AND TODSEN, T. K.
SOME NEW SULFIDES AND THEIR DERIVATIVES.






STEARNS, T. W. AND FR EAS, WARREN L.
METHODS OF GRADING HONEY.
Object is development of a practical method.

TARRANT, PAUL AND BROWN, HENRY
SOME ADDITIONS TO FLUORO-OLEFINS.
I. Addition of alcohols and phenols.

TARRANT, PAUL AND BUNCH, ROBERT L.
PREPARATION AND POLYMERIZATION OF UNSATURATED QUA-
TERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS,
Object: production of water-insoluble quaternary ammonium com-
pounds having ion-exchange properties.

TARRANT, PAUL AND FRIED, MELVIN
ADDITIONS TO FLUORO-OLEFINS.
Preparation of -Hale acetamides.

TARRANT, PAUL AND IIUSKINS, C. W.
PREPARATION OF FLUOROETHYLENES.

TARRANT, PAUL AND YOUNG, J. A.
PREPARATION AND REACTIONS OF ALIPHATIC FLUORO-ETHERS.

ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

(See also: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, page 68.)
ANDERSON, N1. D.
TOTAL BUSINESS FLUCTUATIONS, Kallman Publishing Company,
Gainesville, Fla., 1949, 139 pp.
Analysis of business aggregates with emphasis on two types of
relationships: (1) useful mathematical quasi-identities and (2) con-
ditional equations having a high order of statistical autonomy and
practical value.

BIGHAM, T. C. AND ROBERTS, M. J.
CITRUS FRUIT RATE STRUCTURE OF THE UNITED STATES.
A critical examination of the citrus fruit rate structure of the






United States, primarily with reference to the adjustments among
Florida, California and Texas rates.
(In press University of Florida Press.)

CUNKLE, ARTHUR L.
PUBLIC FINANCE.
A textbook for public finance.

DIETZ, JOHN W.
FEDERAL REGULATION OF THE NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY.
A continuation of a study done for M.A. degree titled Federal
Regulation of the Natural Gas Industry.

DONOVAN, C. H.
SURVEY OF FLORIDA MUNICIPAL REVENUE.
A survey of municipal revenue in Florida by the Public Adminis-
tration Clearing Service in cooperation with the General Extension
Division to provide a factual picture and analysis of municipal reve-
nue on a state-wide basis.

GOODWIN, FRANK
RESEARCH ON SALES APTITUDE TESTS.
Analysis of sales aptitude tests to determine their usefulness in
selection of employees for Florida stores and analysis of course in
principles of selling on scores on subsequent tests.


JOHNSON, JAMES G.
MINIMUM WAGES IN THE SOUTH.
An analysis of the impact of minimum wage legislation upon the
economy of the South.

LANHAM, JAMES S.
ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTING TEST.

ROBERTS, MERRILL J.
ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF SOUTHERN GRAIN RATES. Southern
Economic Journal. (Accepted for publication)
An identification of the significant characteristics of the system






of railroad rates applying on grain moving into the South. The econom-
ic implications for the consumption, processing and transportation of
grains are then indicated.

EDUCATION

(See also: Bureau of Educational Research, page 69.)
BLACK, J. H.
SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF COMMON PRACTICES IN REPORTING
PUPIL PROGRESS TO PARENTS, PUBLIC ELEMENTARY
SCHOOLS OF NEW YORK STATE.
The nature of reports to parents of elementary school pupils in
attendance in public schools of New York State exclusive of New
York City.
BLOCK, HERMAN HENRY
Two YEAR TERMINAL EDUCATION IN THE JUNIOR COLLEGE IN
FLORIDA.
Investigation and analysis of the demand for terminal technical
education at the junior college level in Florida.

CRAGO, ALFRED
A BRIEF STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ADVISEMENT
AND COUNSELING IN THE VETERANS GUIDANCE CENTER.

ELLIOTT, L. PAUL
SURVEY OF SCIENCE TEACHING IN FLORIDA GRADES SEVEN
THROUGH TWELVE.

HICKS, DORA A.
EVALUATION OF IN-SERVICE HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAMS
IN SELECTED EAST TEXAS COMMUNITIES.
An exploratory study concerning the development of the Texas
Health Education Program in East Texas, techniques employed and
progress made over a two-year period, with recommendations for
future direction.

INGLE, KELSEY H.
A STUDY OF THE NEEDS OF HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS IN THE AREA
OF SEX GUIDANCE IN FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION.






MAXWELL, HUGH C., JR.
PRODUCTION RATE--A TRUE BASIS FOR TYPEWRITING GRADES
FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS. The Balance Sheet, South-Western
Publishing Co. (Accepted for Publication).
A survey of the production rate of office typists on certain types
of material most commonly typed in an office: namely, addressing
envelopes, tabulation (invoices, etc.), straight-copy material, and
average length business letters. The time element was the major
factor in this survey.


MCQUITTY, JOHN V.
PREDICTION OF STATEWIDE TWELFTH GRADE NORMS.
An experimental verification of the accuracy of state-wide twelfth
grade norms predicted by assuming comparability of ability and per-
formance for successive years and comparability of standard scores
for different forms of the same test.



MOORMAN, JOHN II.
A STUDY OF BASIC ECONOMIC CONCEPTS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL
CURRICULUM.
An attempt to determine (1) the economic concepts which should
be included in the high school curriculum and (2) the extent to which
high school seniors and high school teachers have the degree of
understanding of these concepts as measured by a test constructed to
test the concepts selected.



ENGINEERING

(See also: Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station, page 61.)

BEISLER, W. H.
MODIFIED TUNG OIL.
Modified tung oil may be made by several methods. Properties of
modified oils should differ from raw tung oil and may lead to new
uses.






DUNCAN, JAMES L. AND IIARVIN, RICHARD L.
THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF PROPANE.


THOMPSON, R. A.
PRELIMINARY DESIGN SUPERSONIC WIND TUNNEL.
A survey and preliminary design of a small supersonic wind tunnel
for experimental work in the aeronautical laboratory with emphasis on
low initial and operating costs.


WINDSOR. ARTHUR N.
USE OF PLANE COORDINATES IN FLORIDA SURVEYS.
Description of the Plane Coordinate System of surveys as applied
to the Lambert and Mercator map projection of Florida.



GEOGRAPHY

DIETTRICH, SIGISMOND DERuEDESHEIM
FLORIDA'S CLIMATIC EXTREMES. "FLORIDA'S CLIMATIC Ex-
THEMES: COLD SPELLS AND FREE ZES." Economic Geography,
1949, Vol. 25, No. 1.
A study of the economic and societal influences of climatic ex-
tremes upon the people of Florida. It is contemplated to work up four
phases: (1) Cold Spells and Freezes; (2) Hurricanes; (3) Wet Spells;
and (4) Droughts. (Partially published as noted above.)

GEOGRAPHIC FACTORS IN THE HISTORY OF BULGARIA.

PROBLEMS OF URBANIZATION OF FLORIDA.
A study of the urban growth of Florida on a regional basis covering
growth of metropolitan centers and non-metropolitan centers to be fol-
lowed by studies of individual centers. (Metropolitan growth study
published in Economic Leaflets, Vol. VII, No. 12, Nov., 1948.)


SOME GEOGRAPHIC ASPECTS OF RUSSIAN EXPANSION.






THE GEOGRAPHY OF FLORIDA.
Study of the geographic factor in Florida and its effect upon the
human adjustments. This is a part of the coordinated geographical
research of the Southeast Division of the American Association of
Geographers.

THE CHANGING ECONOMY OF THE COAST OF WEST FLORIDA.
Okaloosa, Franklin, Bay and Escambia Counties are the areas
covered by this study.

THE GERMAN REICH: EUROPEAN PIVOTAL AREA. WORLD POLI-
TICAL GEOGRAPHY. Thomas Y. Crowell Co., New York, 1948..
Study of the geographic factor in the evolution of Germany's poli-
tical economic history.

GEHRKE, WILLIS T.
FREIGHT TRAFFIC GEOGRAPHY OF THE SEABOARD AIR LINE
RAILROAD.
A study of freight traffic geography covering: (1) general freight
traffic geography of the system as a whole; (2) regional freight traffic
geography; and (3) freight traffic geography by commodities.

PIERSON. W. H.
THE BELLINGHAM LOWLAND.
An intensive regional study, emphasizing economic geography and
land use of western Washington.

THE SOUTH IN TEXAS.
An effort to delimit the western boundary of the South as a valid
geographical region.



GEOLOGY


EDWARDS, RICHARD A.
PHYSIOGRAPHIC AND GEOLOGIC PROBLEMS OF NORTHEAST
FLORIDA.
A series of studies involving the geology of this part of the state.






HISTORY


BARINGER, WILLIAM E.
AN INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE HISTORY.
A survey of college history, detailing courses, fields, methods,
goals and objectives.

BIOGRAPHY OF SALMON P. CHASE.

CONJECTURE AND EVIDENCE.
A study of the Robert T. Lincoln papers, as actual evidence, to
compare the facts there found with the conjectures made by historians
as to the facts before the papers were opened for use.

LINCOLN'S VANDALIA--A PIONEER PORTRAIT.
A study of Lincoln's first experience in elective office, and a
historical portrait of an American state capital in frontier times.

THE READER'S AMERICA.
An anthology presenting a history of the U. S., 1000-1861, by
combining pertinent passages from the works of the "great American
Historians."


DAUER, MANNING.
JOHN ADAMS SUPPORT IN THE FEDERALIST PARTY.
A study of the interrelation between political theory and the fac-
tions of the Federalist Party, 1794-1801.


DOVELL, J. E.
HISTORY OF FLORIDA.
A comprehensive history to cover all phases of political, social,
religious and economic life in the recorded history of Florida.


FUNX, A. L.
EDITING DIARY OF AMELIA G. MURPHY, WIFE OF THE MINISTER
(U.S.) To THE HAGUE, 1857-60.






HIANNA, PAUL L.
THE JEWISH NATIONAL HOME UNDER THE BRITISH MANDATE:
THE DOCUMENTARY BACKGROUND.
The gathering and editing of the principal documents relating to
the creation of the Jewish National Home (now the state of Israel) in
Palestine.

HELD, RAY E.
HERNANDO DE MIRANDA, GOVERNOR (1575-1577) OF SPANISH
FLORIDA.
A study of the administration of the second governor of Spanish
Florida.

OSBORN, GEORGE C.
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES K. VARDAMAN.

CORRESPONDENCE OF GENERAL JOHN CAMPBELL.

CORRESPONDENCE OF JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS AND WOODROW
WILSON.

THOMPSON, ARTHUR WILLIAM
CARL BECKER'S HISTORICAL PHILOSOPHY.

KNOW NOTHING MOVEMENT IN FLORIDA. "POLITICAL NATIVISM
IN FLORIDA 1848-1860: A PHASE OF ANTISECESSIONISM."
Journal of Southern History, February, 1949, Vol. XV, No. 1.
An analysis of the extent and influence of the Know-Nothing move-
ment in Florida politics and the economic basis for the development.

WORCHESTER, DONALD E.
SEA POWER AND CHILEAN INDEPENDENCE.
A study of the influence of sea power on the winning of the Chilean
war for independence.

JOURNALISM
EMIG, ELMER J.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE PRESS.

PROPAGANDA: IDEAS IN ACTION.






JONES, JOHN PAUL
THE MODERN REPORTER'S HANDBOOK, Rinehart, New York, 1949,
pp. 430.
A handbook for the news reporter. The traditional 5 W's of news
treatment have been reduced to simple forms, with emphasis placed
on the readability and human interest element of news coverage.

LOWRY. WILLIAM L.
SUCCESSFUL WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS.
A study of the principles, methods, and practices observed in the
operation of weekly newspapers in the United States that have been
consistent winners in nationwide contests for excellence in the an-
nual contests of the National Editorial association.

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

CONGLETON, J. E.
THEORIES OF PASTORAL POETRY IN ENGLAND, 1684 1798.
This is a definitive study of the criticism of pastoral poetry in
England from the time it was introduced by a translation of Rapin's
essay in 1864 to the full flowering of the Romantic movement in 1798,
with the publication of the Lyrical Ballads.

HAYES, F. C.
DICTIONARY OF SPANISH PROVERBS.
A collection of approximately 75,000 Spanish proverbs, the earli-
est of which date from the fourteenth century.

FOLK GESTURES.
A classified collection of approximately 800 folk gestures gathered
from the classics and modern literature of many countries.

HERBERT, T. W.
STUDIES IN THE TEXT OF SHAKESPEARE'S POEMS. "SHAKE.
SPEARE'S WORD-PLAY ON TOMBE." Modern Language Notes,
April, 1949, Vol. 44, No. 4: 235-241.
A study the purpose of which is to find the linguistic means of
clarifying certain Shakespearean passages.






KIRKLAND, EDWIN C.
FOLKSONGS OF KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE.
A compilation of approximately 150 folksongs of Knoxville, Ten-
nessee, recorded on acetate disks. The words and music will be
transcribed and edited.

KURTH, ARTHUR L.
SOME ASPECTS OF THE 17TH CENTURY RELIGIOUS POETRY.

MORRIS, ALTON C.
FOLKSONGS OF FLORIDA AND THEIR CULTURAL BACKGROUND.
The presentation of a body of folksongs collected from the white
population of the state, together with a study of their significance
as cultural and social documents of Florida and its people.


MAUDERLI, MAX 0.
HOLDERLIN'S Idee der Menschenbildung.
A detailed examination of the ideas of the German poet Friedrich
Holderlin (1770-1843) on the culture and education of mankind.


PATRICK, J. MAX
AN EDITION AND TRANSLATION OF CAMPANELLA'S CITY OF
THE SUN.

A HISTORY OF UTOPIAN THOUGHT.
A comprehensive history of utopian thought in the modern world,
covering utopian thought in English, French, German, Italian and
Latin. The study is significant in the fields of philosophy, literature,
sociology and history. Approximately one half of the material has
been published in learned journals.


EDITING OF JOHN MILTON'S OF PRELATICAL EPISCOPACY AND
OF HIS STATE PAPERS FOR THE YALE EDITION OF THE
PROSE WORKS OF JOHN MILTON.
A definitive edition of Milton's prose, including a collation of the
texts of the two works and the writing of editorial, critical and textual
notes.






THE PIONEER THEATER IN SAVANNAH, GA., A HISTORY WITH
GEORGIA'S FIRST PLAY, THE MYSTERIOUS FATHER BY W. B.
MAXWELL.
A book tracing the origins and development of dramatics in Savan-
nah, Ga., from the Revolution until 1810. Included in the book is a
reprint of Georgia's first play, published in 1807, of which only one
copy has survived.

WILLIAM 11. MALLOCK'S THE NEW REPUBLIC, edited with intro-
duction and notes, critical and textual.
An examination of the nature, objects and validity of William H.
Mallock's THE NEW REPUBLIC. A new light is thrown on leading
figures in 19th Century thought in the Introduction and Notes. The
chief figures dealt with are Arnold, Pater, Ruskin, Jowett, Clifford,
Huxley and Tyndall.

PYLES, THOMAS
CONDITION AS "BAD CONDITION": A NEW EUPHEMISM.
A brief article pointing out a recent semantic development of the
word condition, formerly neutral in connotation, but now frequently
meaning "bad condition" as in "He has a heart condition."

HUMOR AND SATIRE IN CHAUCER'S KNIGHT'S TALE.

INNOCUOUS LINGUISTIC INDECORUM: A SEMANTIC BYWAY.
Modern Language Notes, Jan., 1949, Vol. 44, No. 1: 1-9.
A study of unconscious obscenity: words and phrases of indecent
origin which have lost all trace of their original connotations and
have passed into the everyday language of the most respectable
speakers and writers.

LINGUISTICS AND PEDAGOGY: THE NEED FOR CONCILIATION.
College English, April, 1949, Vol. X, No. 7: 389-395.
A study of the disparity existing between the findings of scientific
observers of language habits (linguists) and the current teaching of
language.

OPHELIA'S "NOTHING"
A gloss on the "country matters" dialogue in Shakespeare's
HAMLET.






MARGARITA, MARIANNA, AND THE COUNTESS OF BLESSINGTON.
A brief note identifying the Margarita mentioned among Byron's
mistresses and Margarita Cogni, not, as has been supposed, Margue-
rite, Countess of Blessington.

THAT FINE ITALIAN A IN AMERICAN ENGLISH.
An article which makes a study of the occurrence of the so-called
broad a-sound in American English, in such words as Dante, regatta,
canto, milan, etc.

VALK, MELVIN E.
INDEX VERBORUM TO GOTTFRIED VON STRASSBURG'S Tristan.
A project the purpose of which is to provide a tool for research
in Middle High German linguistics by listing, alphabetizing and plac-
ing the more than 100,000 Middle High German words occurring in
Tristan. This index will complete the Gottfried part of the MHG series
of indices verborum and make available the full vocabulary of the
principal MHG authors.

WALLACE, MAXWELL J.
THE LIFE AND WORKS OF HENRY LAVEDAN.

WARFEL, HARRY R.
CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN:NOVELIST AND EDITOR,1771-1810.
(In press Univeristy of Florida Press.)

LIVING AMERICAN NOVELISTS.
A biographical dictionary of about 400 sketches of living Ameri-
can novelists, together with an annotated bibliography of each sketchee.
Each sketch contains from 50 to 500 words of biography and a sen-
tence or two giving the theme or the substance of the novel.

LAW

DAY, JAMES W.
THE DURATION OF A JUDGMENT LIEN IN FLORIDA.
A consideration of events and circumstances that may extend be-
yond the normal period of twenty years the time that a judgment re-
mains a lien on the land of the judgment debtor in Florida.






KRASTIN, KARL
A STUDY OF THE ROLE OF THE LAWYER IN SOCIETY.
A realistic examination of the lawyer in society, particularly
with reference to the role of the lawyer in the formulation of policy
decisions, both in the mass and individually; also, an empirical ex-
amination of the make-up of the legal profession from a sociological
and psychological viewpoint.

MACDONALD, WILLIAM D.
FRAUD ON MARITAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.
An analysis of the various transactions used todefeat the statutory
share of the surviving spouse, such as the inter vivos trust, bank
account trust, insurance trust, conveyances "on the eve of marriage"
and the like; comparison of the tests used herein with the tests and
techniques used in tax law and in law of creditor rights; proposals
for legislation.


MALONEY, FRANK E.
EQUITY--LEAVEN OR SECRET WEAPON: INJUNCTIVE LAW EN-
FORCEMENT Mercer Law Review, 1949. Vol. 1, No. 1: 1.
A law review article of approximately 30 pages, appropriately
annotated, pointing out the current trent toward extension of the use
of the equitable remedy of injunction in the field of criminal law,
thus depriving the criminal offender of the right to a jury trial. Sug-
gestions for improvement in the present practice are included.

PREPARATION OF FLORIDAANNOTATIONSTOGLENN&REDDEN,
CASES & MATERIALS ON EQUITY.
A collection of Florida Equity cases, prepared for eventual pub-
lication, which parallel the cases and materials in the casebook
CASES AND MATERIALS ON EQUITY by Glenn and Redden.


MILLER, GEORGE JOHN
COMMENTS AND CASES (AND OTHER MATERIALS) IN FLORIDA
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
A textbook on the Florida Constitution combining the Oxford
textual style with the American casebook style.






MILLER, GEORGE JOHN AND CROSBY, HAROLD B.
OUR LEGAL CHAMELEON, THE FLORIDA HOMESTEAD EXEMP-
T ION: I-III. University of Florida Law Review, 1949, Vol. 2, No. 1.
A complete survey of the entire law of Florida's homestead exemp-
tions, from forced sale and taxation, including procedural law. Ap-
proximately 125 pages in Parts I-V prepared for publication in suc-
cessive issues of the Florida Law Review.

SCOLES, EUGENE F.
JUDICIAL REVIEW OF LABOR ARBITRATION AWARDS.
A legal article on the methods of judicial review of awards of
labor arbitrators under statutes and the common law. Critical comment
of pertinent cases has been made.


MATHEMATICS

COWAN. RUSSELL
ON PROPERTIES OF PARTICULAR SOLUTIONS OF A GENERAL-
IZED BESSEL'S EQUATION.
The generalized equation is of such a form that it contains two
parameters i" and d- When < is put equal to zero, the equation
reduces to Bessel's equation. The general solution of the equation
is obtained by Frobenias' Method. A number of properties of a partic-
ular solution, G-,r,<(() are obtained including a recursion of for-
mula, orthogonality relations, and the evaluation of the integrated
square. The latter two properties enable one to expand an arbitrary
function in a series of 6-r Z each of which is multiplied by a
certain exponential factor.

HADLOCK, EDWIN H.
A METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION OF A TERNARY QUADRATIC
FORM.
B. W. Jones has shown that with every ternary quadratic form

there is associated a certain set of arithmetic progressions involving
2 and the odd prime factors of the invariants ..- and A of f- .
Previously I have shown that the number of sets of progressions of a
certain kind must be odd or even according as f is positive or indef-






inite. In this paper, upon these two basic facts we succeed in devis-
ing a method of construction of a ternary quadratic form 4+ from a
given set of invariants -^d- A and possibly given sets of progres-
sions involving 2 and the odd prime factors of -.- and A

KOKOMOOR, F. W.
PREPARATION OF HANDBOOK IN THE HISTORY OF MATHEMA-
TICS, with particular reference to the Sixteenth and Seventeenth
Centuries.

PHIPPS, C. B.
A STUDY OF THE MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMA-
TICAL ECONOMICS.
An investigation of the mathematical foundations behind the pres-
ent mathematical work in economics.

SMITH, C. BASSEL
EFFECT OF HYPERBOLIC NOTCHES ON THE STRESS DISTRIBU-
TION IN A WOOD PLATE.
A mathematical analysis of the stress distribution in a notched
board when the board is subjected to a tension. The maximum stress
was calculated for different types of notches in a plain-sawn board
of Sitka spruce.

ELASTIC EQUILIBRIUM FOR THE INTERIOR OF A DISK OF WOOD
CONSIDERED AS ORTHOTROPIC MATERIAL.
A mathematical analysis of the stress distribution inside a circu-
lar wood disk in a state of plane stress due to forces acting along
the boundary. The solution for the corresponding isotropic case is
obtained for a simple example.


MILITARY

3091ST RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TRAINING GROUP.
The projects of this group of faculty, research staff, and gradu-
ate students are now inthe process of being selected by the organiza-
tion and approved by the Department of the Army. Some projects may
be unclassified and others classified. The projects will deal with
Architecture, Biology, Chemistry and Engineering.






MUSIC


DEBRUYN, JOHN W.
A STUDY OF ATTACK IN VOICE.
An evaluation of certain systems of singing, especially the histor-
ical Bel Canto and Gracia systems in the light of certain scientific
principles.

PHARMACY

BECKER, CHARLES H. AND LANGFORD, BETTY
SYNTHETIC FLAVORS FOR DISGUISING DISTASTEFUL DRUGS.

GRAMLING, L. G.
HISTORY OF FLORIDA PHARMACY.

GRAMLING, L. G. AND CARKHUFF, EDWIN D.
STUDY OF NEWER SOLVENTS IN THE ISOLATION OF PLANT
CONSTITUENTS.
A STUDY OF SOME ESTERS OF CUMIC ACID (A product of the Naval
Stores Industry.) (Completed).

HUSA, W. J. AND PLAXCO, JAMES M., JR.
THE PREPARATION AND INCOMPATIBILITIES OF TRAGACANTH
MUCILAGE.

JOHNSON, CARL H. AND FOOTE, P. A.
AN INVESTIGATION OF OIL OF CAJEPUT PRODUCED IN FLORIDA.
This project involves a determination of the physical and chemical
properties of Cajeput Oil as compared with that produced in the East
Indies.

PHILOSOPHY

COOPER, BRYANT S.
THE TWILIGHT OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM.
This is a philosophic study of the critical factors bearing upon
the theory and practice of academic freedom in Western society. In
the sense that the direction and role of scientific thought in the West
are exemplified and also accentuated by those who labor under the






protection of academic freedom, this study possesses significance
for political life grounded in the traditions of European culture.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION

HALLADAY,D. WHITNEY
MARKING IN COLLEGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES.
The Research Quarterly, 1948, Vol. 19, No. 3: 178-184.


PHYSICS

BLESS, A. A. AND ELIOFF, ROBERT
THE ELECTRICAL ENERGY OF SEEDS AS A FUNCTION OF RADI.
TION.
A study to determine energy in-take fraction of a plant which is
stored as electricity and the variation of electrical energy with radia-
tion dosage.

BLESS, A. A. AND HUNTER, WILLIAM
THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACTION OF RADIATION
ON DORMANT CELLS AND CELLS UNDERGOING MITOSIS.
Study of X-Ray sensitivity.

BLESS, A. A. AND WILCOX, JOHN W.
THE ELECTRICAL POTENTIAL OF CANCER PLANTS.

Studies indicate that electrical potentials of tomato plants show
that tumors on plants may be detected a week before tumors are
visible.

FLOWERS, JOHN W.
GAS CONDUCTION AT HIGH PRESSURES, HIGH CURRENTS AND
HIGH VOLTAGES.

HANSON, HAROLD P.
NATURE OF THE ELECTRONIC BONDING IN THE SOLID STATE.
Includes measuring extent of the fine structure of the X-Ray ab-
sorption edges of the compounds in question. Construction of suitable
equipment also involved.






SMITH, ALEXANDER G.
INVESTIGATION OF MOLECULAR ABSORPTION SPECTRA IN THE
MICROWAVE REGION.
Special equipment is being set up and will be used by students in
investigations for graduate degrees. It is expected that data on mole-
cular structures and nuclear skins will be derived. (Partial support
is being given by the Research Corporation.)

SWANSON, D. C.
DEVELOPMENT OF AN ELECTROSTATIC GENERATOR AS AN
AID IN NUCLEAR RESEARCH.



POLITICAL SCIENCE

(See also: Public Administration Clearing Service, page 72.)
DOVELL, J. E.
GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF FLORIDA.
A study of the civil government of Florida covering the three
branches of the state government, its administrative services and
agencies, and the county, city and districts and the services perform-
ed by them.

GROBMAN, HULDA
CENTRAL PURCHASING FOR FLORIDA.
Analysis of central purchasing systems with emphasis on such
a system for Florida.

HARTMANN, FREDERICK HOWARD
BASIC DOCUMENTS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

THE SEARCH FOR SECURITY.
This is a study of the search for security in international rela-
tions, both from the viewpoint of theory and from that of actual prac-
tice. Its main emphasis will be upon the twentieth century.

THE SWISS PRESS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SwiSS FOREIGN
RELATIONS AND FOREIGN POLICY IN WORLD WAR II.






PSYCHOLOGY


HARLOW, JUSTIN E.
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL STUDY OF CRIME IN THE FOR-
EIGN BORN.
Using conservative commitments of foreign born and native born
white prisoners during a fifty year period to Western State Peniten-
tiary, Pittsburgh, Pa., and comparative U. S. Census data to determine
types of crime as to rate, category, age differences, effect of urban-
ization and explain observed differences psychologically and cultur-
ally.


HINCKLEY, E. D. AND RETHLINGSHAFER, D.
VALUE JUDGMENTS OF HEIGHTS OF MEN BY COLLEGE STU-
DENTS.
Scale values were obtained on various heights of men by "tall"
and "short" groups of college men. The social value terms of tall,
short, and average were studied by means of these scale values.


MCCUTCHAN, K., NICHOLS, J. W. AND RETHLINGSHAFER, D.
LEARNING OF WHITE RATS ON A T-MAZE WITH A CONSTANT
TURN AND A VARIABLE TURN.
An investigation was made to determine the role of place and
response tendencies in the learning of 40 white rats on a T-maze.
The learning of the constant turn animals reached 80 per cent cor-
rect when the variable-turn animals were still performing at chance.
Tests made indirected response tendencies were more influential
than place learning at this state of performance.


RETHLINGSHAFER, D. AND WHERRY, R. J.
STRUCTURAL NATURE OF SET. American Psychologists (Abstract)
1948, Vol. 3, pp. 334-335.
The temporary set of expecting a stimulus in one modality, built
up through a series of continued stimulation, was found to be more
easily disturbed if a stimulus in another modality was presented than
if the change was in the previous receptor field.






SOCIOLOGY


ATCHLEY. MELL 1I.
UNMET SOCIAL NEEDS IN ALACHUA COUNTY.
A study of organization and functioning of the local welfare agen-
cies and the interrelationship between the agencies as to services
rendered.


SPEECH

CONSTANS, II. P.
CONTEMPORARY LAWYERS' SPEECHES BEFORE JUDGES AND
JURIES.

DICKEY, DALLAS C. AND STREETER, DON
THE ORATORICAL CAREER OF L. Q. C. LAMAR.
A survey of the training and background of Lamar, his speaking
methods, the occasions for speaking, and his influence through his
speaking on the course of American history. Planned as one of eleven
studies of American speakers sponsored by the Committee of the
Speech Association of America.







FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
ACTIVE PROJECTS, July 1, 1949


Numerous bulletins have been published on many aspects of agricul-
ture and farming. Requests for information concerning the availability of
bulletins on particular subjects should be addressed to the Agricultural
Experiment Stations.


No. Leaders


154 H. G. HAMILTON
A. H. SPURLOCK
C. V. NOBLE

186 ZACH SAVAGE
C. V. NOBLE

395 A. H. SPURLOCK
D. L. BROOKE
C. V. NOBLE
R. E. L. GREENE

429 J. R. GREENMAN
H. G. HAMILTON
D. E. ALLEGER
R. E. L. GREENE

451 NORMAN ROSE


480 D.L. BROOKE


485 R. E. L. GREENE
C. V. NOBLE

486 1H. G. HAMILTON
C. V. NOBLE
II. W. LITTLE


Name of Project
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS


Farmers' Cooperative Associations in
Florida


Cost of Production and Grove Organiza-
tion Studies of Florida Citrus

Input and Output Data for Florida Crop
and Livestock Production



Analysis of Farms and Markets in the
Plant City Area with Respect to Post-
War Economic Problems


Crop and Livestock Estimating on Florida
Farms with Emphasis on Vegetable Crops

Cost of Production ahd Returns on Vege-
table Crops in Florida

Spoilage in Marketing Early Irish Potatoes


Cost and Factors Affecting the Cost of
Marketing Citrus Fruits in Fresh and
Processed Form







519 H. G. HAMILTON
TALLMEDGE BERGEN
C. V. NOBLE

520 H. G. HAMILTON

530 D.E.ALLEGER


The Consumer Pattern for Citrus Fruit



Coordinated Selling of Citrus Fruits

Methods of Leasing Farm Land in Florida


AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING


536 J. M. MYERS
G. B. KILLINGER
R. W. BLEDSOE


Curing Hay in Florida


AGRONOMY


20 W.A.CARVER
F. H. HULL

55 F. H. HULL
G. E. RITCHEY

56 F. H. HULL
G. E. RITCHEY
F. A. CLARK
W. A. CARVER

163 F. H. HULL
M. G. GRENNELL
T. C. SKINNER

295 G. B. KILLINGER
R. W. BLEDSOE


297 G. E. RITCHEY
F. H. HULL

298 G. E. RITCHEY
F. H. HULL


Peanut Improvement


Crop Rotation Studies with Corn, Cotton,
Crotalaria and Winter Legumes

Variety Test Work with Field Crops





Corn Fertilizer Experiments



Effect of Fertilizers and Management on
the Yield, Grazing Value, Chemical Com-
position and Botanical Make-up of Pastures

Forage Nursery and Plant Adaptation
Studies

Forage and Pasture Grass Improvement






301 G. B. KILLINGER
G. E. RITCHEY
R. W. BLEDSOE

304 G. B. KILLINGER


369 G. B. KILLINGER
R. W. BLEDSOE

372 F. H. HULL
F. A. CLARK
W. A. CARVER

374 F. H. HULL
W. A. CARVER

378 H. C. HARRIS
F. A. CLARK

417 G. B. KILLINGER


440 H. C. HARRIS
R. W. BLEDSOE




441 F. A. CLARK
H. C. HARRIS
R. W. BLEDSOE


444 F.A. CLARK
G. M. VOLK

487 W.A. CARVER


488 H. C. HARRIS
R. W. BLEDSOE


Pasture Legumes



Methods of Establishing Permanent Pas-
tures Under Various Conditions

Effect of Environment on Composition of
Forage Plants

Flue-Cured Tobacco Improvement



Corn Improvement


Flue-Cured Tobacco Fertilizers and Varie-
ties

Methods of Producing, Harvesting and
Maintaining Pasture Plants and Seed
Stock

The Effect of Cu, Mn, Zn, B, S, and Mg.
on the Growth of Oats, Hubam and White
Dutch Clovers, Pangola and Carpet Grass-
es Under Field Conditions


Starter Solutions and Methods of Applying
Fertilizer on Tobacco and Other Field
Crops


Permanent Seed Beds for Tobacco Plants


Improvement of Small Grain Through Breed-
ing, Physiological and Disease Studies

Nutrition and Physiology of the Peanut






ANIMAL INDUSTRY


133 G. K. DAVIS
R. L. SHIRLEY
R. B. BECKER
P. T. D. ARNOLD
D. A. SANDERS
W. G. KIRK
R. S. GLASSCOCK
S. P. MARSHALL
R. W. KIDDER

140 R.B.BECKER
P. T. D. ARNOLD
R. S. GLASSCOCK
G. K. DAVIS

213 R.B.BECKER
P. T. D. ARNOLD
G. K. DAVIS
R. L. SHIRLEY

345 R.B. BECKER
P. T. D. ARNOLD
A. H. SPURLOCK
S. P. MARSHALL

346 G. K. DAVIS
R. L. SHIRLEY

353 D. A. SANDERS
C. F. SIMPSON

356 G. K. DAVIS
KATHERINE BONEY

387 L. E. SWANSON


394 E. L. FOUTS
P. T. D. ARNOLD


Mineral Requirements of Cattle










Relation of Conformation and Anatomy of
the Dairy Cow to Her Milk and Butterfat
Production


Ensilability of Florida Forage Crops




Factors Affecting Breeding Efficiency
and Depreciation in Florida Dairy Herds



Investigations with Laboratory Animals of
Mineral Nutrition Problems of Livestock

Infectious Bovine Mastitis


Biological Analyses of Pasture Herbage


Longevity of Eggs and Larvae of Internal
Parasites of Cattle

Effects of Certain Feeds on Milk Flavor






412 R.
W.
S.


S. GLASSCOCK
G. KIRK
J. FOLKS


424 M. W. EMMEL


426 G. K. DAVIS

450 N. R. MEHRHOF
G. B. KILLINGER

459 L. E. SWANSON


460 L. E. SWANSON

461 R. S. GLASSCOCK
S. J. FOLKS

462 D.A.SANDERS
A. N. TISSOT
C. F. SIMPSON

477 R. S. GLASSCOCK
S. J. FOLKS

481 R. S. GLASSCOCK
L. E. SWANSON
W. G. KIRK

489 J. C. DnIGGERS
G. K. DAVIS
N. R. MEHRHOF

490 J. C. DRIGGERS
N. R. MEHRHOF

503 N.R. MEHRHOF
A. W. O'STEEN
F. S. PERRY


Beef Yield and Quality from Various
Grasses, from Clover and Grass Mixtures,
and Response to Fertilized and Unferti-
lized Pastures

"The Transmission Agent" of Fowl
Leucosis

Toxicity of Crotalaria spectabilis Roth

Grazing Experiments with Poultry (Chick-
ens)

Control of the Common Liver Fluke in
Cattle

Control of the Common Cattle Grub

Supplemental Feeds for Nursing Beef
Calves

Anaplasmosis in Cattle



Feeding and Management of Pigs for Eco-
nomical Pork Production

Losses in Marketing Livestock



The Feeding Value of Citrus Meal and
Citrus Seed Meal for Poultry


Treating Eggs with Oil for Storage


Broiler Feeding Trials






512 R. S. GLASSCOCK



518 R. L. SHIRLEY
G. K. DAVIS

540 T. J. CUNHA
S. J. FOLKS
A. M. PEARSON
R.S. GLASSCOCK

541 T. J. CUNHA
S. J. FOLKS
A. M. PEARSON
R. S. GLASSCOCK

542 T. J. CUNHA
S. J. FOLKS
A. M. PEARSON
R. S. GLASSCOCK

543 R. S. GLASSCOCK
T. J. CUNHA
A. M. PEARSON
F. S. BAKER, JR.

546 A. M. PEARSON
R. S. GLASSCOCK
T. J. CUNHA

551 J. C. DRIGGERS
R. L. SHIRLEY
G. K. DAVIS
N. R. MEHRHOF


Sweet Lupine Seed as a Protein Supple-
ment for Growing and Fattening Beef
Cattle

Thyroid Function in Chickens


Citrus Molasses for Feeding Swine





Feeding Values of Florida Hays for Swine





Supplemental Feeds for Sows During Re-
production and Lactation on Florida Pas-
tures


Roughages for Maintenance and Growth
of Beef Cattle in Florida



Loss of Nutrients in Drip from Defrosted
Frozen Meat


Utilization of Calcium and Phosphorus by
Poultry


CENTRAL FLORIDA STATION


494 R.W. RUPRECHT


Improvement of Cultural Practices for
Cabbage, Lettuce, Celery and Other Vege-
table Crops






495 R.W.RUPRECHT

496 R.W.RUPRECHT
J. W. WILSON

523 J. W. WILSON
J. R. CHRISTIE
E. G. KELSHIEMER
E. L. SPENCER
J. M. WALTER


Liquid Fertilizers for Vegetable Crops

Soil Management Problems in Vegetable
Crop Fields

Control of Nematodes Injurious to Vege-
table Crops


CITRUS EXPERIMENT STATION


26 A.F. CAMP
II. O. STERLING

102 A. F. CAMP
H. 0. STERLING

185 R.F. SUIT
C. R. STEARNS

340 A.F. CAMP
A. E. WILLSON
W. L. THOMPSON
C. R. STEARNS, JR.
R. F. SUIT
H. 0. STERLING
H. J. REITZ
I. W. WANDER
J. W. SITES

341 W.L. THOMPSON


508 R.K.VOORHEES
J. P. BARNETT

509 R. F. SUIT
E. P. DUCHARME
R. W. JONES
L. C. KNORR


Citrus Progeny and Bud Selection


Variety Testing and Breeding


Investigations of Melanose and Stem-End
Rot of Citrus Fruits

Citrus Nutrition Studies










Combined Control of Scale Insects and
Mites on Citrus

Water Relations with Citrus in the Coast-
al Citrus Areas

The Nature, Causes and Control of Citrus
Decline






510 J. T. GRIFFITHS



511 FRANCINE E. FISHER

547 J. C. BOWERS
D. S. PROSSER, JR.
J. W. SITES
E. F. HOPKINS

548 D. S. PROSSER, JR.

550 L. W. FAVILLE
E. C. HILL

552 D. S. PROSSER, JR.
C. R. STEARNS
W. L. THOMPSON
J. T. GRIFFITHS


Insect Parasitism and Related Biological
Factors as Concerned with Citrus Insect
and Mite Control

Diseases of Citrus Insects

Bulk Handling of Fresh Fruit for Packing-
houses



Portable Citrus Sampling Device

Microbiology of Frozen Concentrated Cit-
rus Juice

Mechanical Grove Duster


DAIRY PRODUCTS


497 E. L. FOUTS
W. A. KRIENKE
L. R. ARRINGTON

534 W. A. KRIENKE
E. L. FOUTS


379 A. M. PHILLIPS


380 A. N. TISSOT
J. W. WILSON
E. G. KELSHEIMER
H. E. BRATLEY

382 H.E. BRATLEY

385 H.E. BRATLEY


Influence of Water Constituents (Minerals)
on the Physical Properties and Whipping
Quality of Ice Cream Mixes

Cooling and Aging Ice Cream Mixes


ENTOMOLOGY
Control of the Nut and Leaf Casebearers
of Pecans

Biology and Control of Cutworms and
Armyworms in Florida



Root-Knot in Tobacco Fields

Effect of Mulches on the Root-Knot Nem-
atode






531 L. C. KUITERT


537 L. C. KUITERT
F. A. CLARK
A. N. TissOT



85 R. A. BAIR
C. C. SEALE

86 R. A. BAIR
W. T. FORESEE. JR
C. C. SEALE
T. C. ERWIN

87. N. C. HAYSLIP

88 W. T. FORSEE

89 R.V. ALLISON

168 W.T. FORSEE
T. C. ERWIN
R. V. ALLISON

169 N. C. IIAYSLIP



171 THOSE. BREGGER

172 THOSE. BREGGER


195 R. A. BAIR
R. W. KIDDER

202 F.D.STEVENS

203 R. A. BAIR
C. C. SEALE


Control of Insect and Arachnid Pests of
Flue-Cured Tobacco
Control of Insect Pests of Flue-Cured
Tobacco


EVERGLADES STATION

Fruit and Forest Tree Trials and Other
Introductory Plantings

Soil Fertility Investigations Under Field
and Greenhouse Conditions



Insect Pests and Their Control

Soils Investigations

Water Control Investigations

The Role of Special Elements in Plant
Development upon the Peat and Muck
Soils of the Everglades

Studies Upon the Prevalence and Control
of the Sugarcane Moth Borer, Diatraea
saccharalis Fab. in South Florida

Cane Breeding Experiments

General Physiological Phases of Sugar-
cane Investigations

Pasture Investigations on the Peat and
Muck Soils of the Everglades

Agronomic Studies with Sugarcane

Forage Crops Investigations






204 R.A. BAIR
C. C. SEALE

205 R. A. BAIR

206 R. V. ALLISON
R. A. BAIR
THOSE. BREGGER

208 F.D.STEVENS


209 D.L.STODDARD


210 D.L. STODDARD


336 D.L. STODDARD


533 R. A. BAIR


545 R. W. KIDDER
D. W. BEARDSLEY

549 R. W. KIDDER
D. W. BEARDSLEY


442 0. D. ABBOTT
R. B. FRENCH


443 O.D.ABBOTT
R. B. FRENCH

516 0.D. ABBOTT


Grain Crop Investigations


Seed Storage Investigations

Fiber Crop Investigations



Agronomic Studies Upon the Growth of
Syrup and Forage Canes in Florida

Seed and Soil-borne Diseases of Vegetable
Crops

Disease of Celery Other Than Early
Blight and Pink Rot

Early Blight of Celery (Cercospora Apii
Fres.)

Grasses for Lawns, Recreational Areas,
Parks, Airports, and Roadsides

Breeding of Beef Cattle for Adaptation to
South Florida Conditions

Utilization of Feeds and Forages for Beef
Production in the Everglades and Lower
East Coast of Florida

HOME ECONOMICS
Assessment of the Nutritive Value of
Certain Supplements when added to Basal
Diets of Enriched and Unenriched Breads

Vitamin B Content of Foods


Effect of Processing and Storage Upon
the Nutritive Value of Milk






HORTICULTURE


50 R.D. DICKEY
G.H. BLACKMON

52 R.D. DICKEY
R. J. WILMOT


80 G.H.BLACKMON
R. H. SHARPE
J. D. WARNER


187 G.H. BLACKMON
R. D. DICKEY
R. J. WILMOT
R.H. SHARPE


282 F. S.
B. E.
L. H.
F. E.


JAMISON
JANES
HALSEY
MYERS


365 R. D. DICKEY
F. S. LAGASSEE
G. H. BLACKMON
HOWARD LASSITER

375 G. H. BLACKMON
R. H. SHARPE


391 F. S. JAMISON
F. E. MYERS

420 B.E. JANES


432 G. H. BLACKMON
R. H. SHARPE


Propagation, Planting and Fertilizing
Tests with Tung Oil Trees

Testing of Native and Introduced Scrubs
and Ornamentals and Methods of their
Propagation

Cooperative Cover Crop Tests in Pecan
Orchards



Variety Tests of Minor Fruits and Orna-
mentals



Selection and Development of Varieties
and Strains of Vegetables Adaptable to
Commercial Production in Florida



Cultural Requirements of the Mu-Oil Tree
(Aleurites Montana)



The Relation of Zinc and Magnesium to
Growth and Reproduction in Pecans


Vegetable Variety Trials


The Composition of Florida-Grown Vege-
tables as Affected by Environment

Effects of Boron on Certain Deciduous
Fruits and Nuts






435 V.F. NETTLES
F. S. JAMISON

452 R. J. WILMOT
NATHAN GAMMON. JR.

467 R.K. SHOWALTER


468 R. A. DENNISON



473 R. A. DENNISON
H. M. REED

475 V.F. NETTLES
F. E. MYERS


478 R. A. DENNISON
N. R. MEHRHOF
R. B. BECKER
G. K. DAVIS
E. L. FOUTS


483 R. K. SHOWALTER
L. H. HALSEY
A. H. SPURLOCK

484 R.K. SHOWALTER
A. H. SPURLOCK
L. H. HALSEY

501 A. P. LOR z

521 F. S. JAMISON
V. F. NETTLES
L. H. HALSEY

526 11. M. REED
IR. A. DENNISON


Irrigation of Vegetable Crops


Culture and Classification of Camellia
and Related Genera

Maintaining Freshness in Vegetables with
Ice

Quality of Vegetables as Related to Ferti-
lizing Materials with Emphasis on Potash
Salts

Freezing Preservation of Certain Florida
Grown Vegetables

Effect of Soil Fumigants on Yield and
Quality of Vegetables


Dehydration and Utilization of Vegetable
By-Products as Dairy and Poultry Feeds





Consumer Packaging of Vegetables (Except
Tomatoes)


Packaging of Tomatoes



Vegetable Breeding

Tomato Ripening



Canning of Florida Grown Vegetables






NORTH FLORIDA STATION


R. R. KINCAID

W. H. CHAPMAN

J. D.WARNER

R. R. KINCAID

R. R. KINCAID


491 F. S.

492 F. S.


BAKER, JR.

BAKER, JR.


493 W.L. PRICHETT

498 F. S. BAKER, JR.


525 W.C. RHOADS



528 R. R. KINC AID
G. M. VOLK

532 R. R. KINCAID


535 R. W. LIPSCOMB
W. L. PRITCHETT


Disease Resistant Varieties of Tobacco

Grain Crop Investigations

Forage Crop Investigations

Control of Downy Mildew of Tobacco

Two-Year Rotations for Cigar Wrapper
Tobacco

Production of Feeder Pigs

Crimson Clover and Oats Pastures as
Supplements to Corn for Fattening Hogs


Soil Management Investigations

Utilization of Pastures in the Production
of Beef Cattle

Control of the Green Peach Aphid on Ci-
gar Wrapper Tobacco


Soil Fumigation for Cigar-Wrapper Tobacco


Management of Cigar-Wrapper Tobacco
Plant Beds

Soil Management Practices


PECAN INVESTIGATION LABORATORY


539 J.R. LARGE
A. M. PHILLIPS


Control of Scab and Other Foliage Dis-
eases of Pecans

55








150 G. K. PARRIS



151 G. K. PARRIS


254 G. K. PARRIS
L.H STOVER

259 ERDMAN WEST
LILLIAN ARNOLD

281 W.B. TISDALE

344 PHARES DECKER


ERDMAN WEST

PHARES DECKER

LILLIAN ARNOLD
JOHN D. HAYNIE


PLANT PATHOLOGY

Investigation of and Control of Fusarium
Wilt, a Fungous Disease of Watermelons
Caused by Fusarium Niveum EFS

Investigation of and Control of Fungous
Disease of Watermelons

Investigations of Fruit Rots of Grapes


Collection and Preservation of Specimens
of Florida Plants

Damping Off of Vegetable Seedlings

Phomopsis Blight and Fruit Rot of Egg-
plant

Camellia Diseases

Lupine Investigations

Nectar and Pollen Plants of Florida


538 Cucurbit Mosaics on Vegetables and Other
Plants

POTATO INVESTIGATION LABORATORY

419 A. H. EDDINS Downy Mildew of Cabbage

465 E. N. McCUBBIN Fertility Studies in Cabbage Production

469 E. N. MCCUBBIN Improvement of Potato Cultural Practices

500 A. H. EDDINS Alternaria Leaf Spot of Cabbage and
Other Crucifers

527 A. H. EDDINS Cabbage Diseases Other than Downy
Mildew and Alternaria Leaf Spot

56






529 A. H. EDDINS


RANGE CATTLE STATION


390 W.G. KIRK
H. J. FULFORD
R. S. GLASSCOCK

410 W.G. KIRK
IH. J. FULFORD
E. M. HODGES

423 E. M. HODGES
W. G. KIRK
D. W. JONES
H. J. FULFORD

466 DAVID W. JONES
E. M. HODGES


476 W.G. KIRK
H. J. FULFORD
E. M. HODGES
R. S. GLASSCOCK



328 F. B. SMITH
G. D. THORNTON

347 F. B. SMITH
J. R. HENDERSON

368 F.B. SMITH
G. D. THORNTON
G. B. KILLINGER

389 F. B. SMITH
J. R. HENDERSON
R. E. CALDWELL
R. G. LEIGHTY
V. W. CYZYCKI


Breeding Beef Cattle for Adaptation to
Florida Environment


Wintering Beef Cows on the Range



Effect of Fertilization and Seeding on the
Grazing Value of Flatwoods Pastures



Fluctuations in Water-Table Levels in
Immokalee Fine Sand and Associated Soil
Types

Utilization of Citrus Products for Fatten-
ing Cattle



SOILS

Interrelationship of Microbiological Action
in Soils and Cropping Systems in Florida

Composition of Florida Soils and of Asso-
ciated Native Vegetation

Factors Affecting the Growth of Legume
Bacteria and Nodule Development


Classification and Mapping of Florida
Soils


Potato Diseases






404 F. B. SMITH Correlation of Soil Characteristics with
NATHAN GAMMON, JR. Pasture Crop and Animal Response
J. R.NELLER
R. A. CARRIGAN
G. M. VOLK
R. B. FORBES


428 J.R.NELLER


433 H. W. WINSOR


446 F. B. SMITH
G.D. THORNTON
W. L. PRITCHETT

447 R. A. CARRIGAN


513 G.M. VOLK


Availibility of Phosphorus From Various
Phosphates Applied to Different Soil
Types

Retention and Utilization of Boron in
Florida Soils

Testing Soils and Limestone



Availability and Leaching of Minor Ele-
ments and Related Genera

Maintenance of Available Nitrogen in
Florida Soils


STRAWBERRY INVESTIGATION LABORATORY

499 A. N. BROOKS Strawberry Variety Trials
A. N. TISSOT


F. B. LINCOLN

F. B. LINCOLN

R. A. CONOVER

MILTON COBIN
G. D. RUEHLE
R. W. HARKNESS


SUB-TROPICAL STATION

Citrus Culture Studies

Avocado Culture Studies

Diseases of Minor Fruits and Ornamentals

Sub-Tropical Crops of Minor Economic
Importance






285 G.D.H UEHLE

286 G.D.RUEHLE

287 R. B. LINCOLN

289 G. D. IUEH LE

290 R.A. CONOVER
G. D. RUEHLE


291 R.A.CONOVER

422 G.D.RUEHLE

458 R.A.CONOVER

470 D. O. WOLFENBARGER


471 D.O.WOLFENBARGER


472 D. O. WOLFENBARGER


505 R.A.CONOVER


514 MILTON COBIN


515 MILTON COBIN

522 G.D.RUEHILE


VEGETABLE

398 J.M.WALTER
J. R. BECKENBACH
D. G. A. KELBERT


Potato Culture Investigations

Tomato Culture Investigations

Cover Crop Studies

Control of Potato Diseases in Dade County

A Study of Diseases of the Avocado and
Mango and Development of Control Meas-
ures

Control of Tomato Diseases

Disease of the Tahiti (Persian) Lime

Sclerotiniose of Vegetables

Biology and Control of Insects Affecting
Sub-Tropical Fruits

Biology and Control of Insects Affecting
Winter Vegetable Crops

Control of Pineapple Mealybug, Pseudo-
coccus brevipes (ckll.)

Importance, Etiology, and Control of Pa-
paya Diseases

Sub-Tropical and Tropical Plant Introduc-
tions

Mango Selection, Propagation, and Culture

Guava Propagation, Culture, Breeding
and Selection

CROPS LABORATORY

Breeding for Combining Resistance to
Diseases and Insects in the Tomato






401 E. G. KELSHEIMER


402 J.R. BECKENBACH
E. L. SPENCER

405 J.R. BECKENBACH
E. G. KELSHEIMER
D. G. A. KELBERT
E. L. SPENCER
R. O. MAGIE
J. M. WALTER

427 E. G. KELSHEIMER
D.S. BURGIS

445 E. G. KELSHEIMER



448 E.L.SPENCER


449 J. N. WALTER
D. G. A. KELBERT
J. R. BECKENBACH

464 R.O. MAGIE

502 R. O. MAGIE

504 R. O. MAGIE
E. G. KELSHEIMER

506 R. O. MAGIE


Control of the Lepidopterous Larvae At-
tacking Green Corn

Symptoms of Nutritional Disorders of Veg-
etable Crop Plants

Summer Cover Crops, Liming and Related
Factors in Vegetable Crops Production






Economic Control of Mole Crickets


The Insectidal Value of DDT and Related
Synthetic Compounds on Vegetable Crop
Insects in Florida

Rapid Soil Tests for Determining Soil
Fertility in Vegetable Crop Production

Organic Fungicides for the Control of
Foliage Diseases of Vegetables


Gladiolus Variety Trials

Controlling Gladiolus Corm Diseases

Controlling Insect Pests of Gladiolus


Etiology and Control of Certain Epiphy-
totic Diseases of Gladiolus


WEST FLORIDA STATION


544 H.W. LUNDY
W. IL. PRICHETT


Soil Management Investigations






FLORIDA ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL
EXPERIMENT STATION
ACTIVE PROJECTS, July 1, 1949

Numerous bulletins have been published on engineering and industrial
subjects. Requests for information concerning the availability of bulletins
on particular subjects should be addressed to the Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station.


Project
Number


Professional
Staff


Name


AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING


4419 R.A. THOMPSON


4908 C. R. PEARSON


Protection of Small Buildings Against
Wind

Airborne Spray Nozzle Ground Dis-
persal Patterns


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING


4416
4416-B
4416-W


A. L. KIMMEL
W. LEWIS


4514 R.C. SPECHT

4605 R. D. WALKER
R. NOKAY

4613 A. F. GREAVES-
WALKER
R. S. HAGERMAN

4709 W. H. BEISLER
S. N. FINNEY

4711 R.D. WALKER

4719 S. S. BLOCK

4724 H. M. HAWKINS


Fundamental Corrosion Studies



Plastic Mounting

Scale Elimination in Citrus Press
Water Evaporation

Ceramic Structural Parts



Expression of Tung Meal


Concentrated Orange Product

Wood Preservation

Radiant Heat Transfer






4728 W. J. NOLAN
4728-A C. W. ROTHROCK
L. M. REEDER
4732 R. D. WALKER

4812 D.L. EMERSON

4813 S. S. BLOCK

4814 MACK TYNER

4816 II. M. HAWKINS

4817 W. H. BEISLER
R. M. HAIRE

4901 S.S. BLOCK
R. NOKAY

4902 J. M. DUNCAN

CIV
4301 S. L. BUGG
D. A. FIRMAGE

4302 J. A. BISHOP

4706 L. J. RITTER


4713 G.R. GRANTHAM
W. T. CALAWAY
J. E. KIKER
E. KING
E. B. PHELPS
M. WOODLEY

4801 G.R.GRANTHAM
4801-A W. T. CALAWAY
E. KING
M. WOODLEY


Pulp and Paper Research



Adsorptive Properties of Florida Clays

Utilization of Tall Oil

Prevention of Tropical Deterioration

Limerock Products

Solar Energy Studies

Heat Transfer Coefficients


Growth of Higher Fungi on Waste
Liquors

Generalized Chart for Absolute Entropy

IL ENGINEERING
Limerock Concrete & Test Road


Soil Stabilization (Limerock)

Foundation Investigation for Engi-
neering and Industries Building

Sewage Treatment Methods







Trickling Filter Performance at Inter-
mediate Loading Rates






4808 E. B. PHELPS
D. BARRY

4810 J. E. KIKER

4823 D. B. SMITH

4907 G.R. GRANTHAM
D. BARRY
W. T. CALAWAY

4910 F. BROMILOW
C. D. WILLIAMS
J. HOWZE
W. WATSON

4911 C. D. WILLIAMS
W. THOMSON

4912 C. D. WILLIAMS
D. A. FIRMAGE
J. POTTS

4913 L. J. RITTER
B.S. OUTLAW
R. SMITH


Stream Sanitation in Florida


Diatomaceous Earth Filters

Rainfall Patterns

Industrial Waste Study



Frecast Reinforced Concrete Joist
Bond Study



Fatigue Characteristics Variable
Cycle Loading

Stress Distribution
Partial Length Cover Plates


Utilization of Beach Coquina


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

4511 WILLIAM KESSLER Sferics
C. W. GOYDER
WALLACE ZETROUER
S. E. SMITH

4609 R. S. HOFF Low Frequency Noise & Propagation
A. W. SULLIVAN Studies

4610 M. H. LATOUR Radar Studies
D. C. BUNTING
C. E. MILLER







4818 W. F. FAGEN
J. B. ALLEN


Vibrator Motor


4821 II1. K. SILER Micro Wave Lens Antenna

4822 E. 0. MARTIN Electronic Service Laboratory

4825 W. J. KESSLER Antenna for Frequency Modulation

4903 W. F. FAGEN Design & Construction of a Suitable
A. J. BASSETT Directional Transducing Element for
a Microseismograph

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

4705 C. G. EDSON Water Conditions and Conservation in
Florida

4727 T. 0. NEFF Investigation of Timber Joints


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING


4716 IRA BROWN Florida Industries and Industrial Growth
R. L. ARNOLD

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

4513 NORMAN BOURKE Low Velocity Stream Meter

4623 S. P. GOETHE Earth as Heat Source for Reverse Cycle
G. SUTTON Refrigeration

4623-A F. M. FLANIGAN Experimental Performance Data On a
Heat Pump

4714 H. B. WILLIAMS Development of Agricultural Machinery


W. H. BUSSELL, JR.
E. 0. MARTIN

4725 G.E. REMP

4726 G.E. REMP
N. C. EBAUGH


Gas-Side Sulphate Deposits

Alarm System for Condensate Return






4802 S. P. GOETHE
F. M. FLANIGAN
E. D. KENNEDY
11. G. MILLER

4811 G. D. McKISSOCK
N. BOURKE

4824 F. L. PRESCOTT

4904 W.T. TIFFIN

4905 G.E.SUTTON




4512 P..M. TEDDER
C. K. BROWN
R. E. CARROLL
G. H1. CHILDERS
G. F. DIAZ
D. 0. GALLENTINE
R. C. JOHNSON
RICHARD MORSE
R. H. REDFIELD
C. V. SHAFFER
W. A. TEEL

4715 M.E.RYBERT
II. W. BURNEY

4819 C. F. BYERS
E. L. PIERCE
B. B. LEAVITT


Periodic Heat Transmission





Mosquito Sampling Device


Compound Internal Combustion Engine

Nitriding of Stainless Steels

Roof Spray for Reduction in Transmit-
ted Solar Energy

SPECIAL

Electronic Instrumentation


Naval Stores Mechanization


Red Tide Phenomenon







CANCER RESEARCH LABORATORY


The Cancer Research Laboratory was established in the fall of 1949.
Because of the nature of cancer, it seemed desirable to attack the problem
on a broad front. To avoid a diffusion of efforts, research projects in the
nature of spearheads of intensive investigation are planned. The following
projects are now underway:

WOISLAWSKI, SIEGFRIED: Therapeutic Substances.
This is a search for a chemotherapeutic agent for the mitigation
or cure of cancer that has been carried on in cooperation with the
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute of the Memorial Hospital. Some 45
compounds have been supplied to date.

LAU, TIEN Ho: Cause of Cancer
2-Acetylaminofluorine causes a variety of cancer in- experimental
animals. These are often remote from the site of application. In study
of the behavior of the compound, only a part of the amount adminis-
tered could be accounted for by chemical means. Radioactive deriva-
tives of this compound are being prepared so that it may be traced in
the organism. (In cooperation with H. P. Morris of the National Cancer
Institute.)

RAY, R. E.: Diagnosis of Cancer
a). Localization of a Radioactive Compound in the Tumor. A Study
of substances which concentrate in a tumor with an investigation of
the chemical structures responsible for selective concentration with
a view to synthesizing an optimum compound.

b). Disfunction of the Thyroid or Other Glands.
Although cancer is locally manifested, it is reasonable to
suppose that some profound change precedes its appearance. This
project is a search for a sensitive test for this disfunction as an
aid in the early diagnosis of cancer.

CAMBEL, PERIHAN: Experimental Gastric Cancer.
There are certain disadvantages to the present methods of produc-
ing gastric cancer in experimental animals. This study is directed to
the discovery of a causal agency for experimental gastric cancer
which will overcome the disadvantages of present methods.






1ORI'M, OLIN II.: Structure of Fluorene.
Studies of the structure of fluorene molecules will contribute to
the use of compounds of this substance, e.g.: 2-acetylanimofluorene
in use in causing experimental gastric cancer. Some new synthetic
steriods will also be studied.







BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH

Industrial Location in Florida Guide to Economic Features and to Inform-
ational Services, Special Bulletin No. 1, June, 1949, 63 pages.

STUDY OF FLORIDA MANUFACTURING

A survey of Florida Manufacturing covering:
1. Postwar and present day manufacturing in Florida
2. Comparative manufacturing in Florida and other states
3. Influences shaping manufacturing development in Florida
4. Potential development of Florida Manufacturing

ECONOMIC LEAFLETS SERIES

A monthly publication dealing with commerce, finance, manufactur-
ing, insurance, government and related fields. The titles in this
series for 1948-49 academic year are:


AUTHOR


TITLE


DATE


Victor V. Sweeney
Victor V. Sweeney

Frank W. Tuttle

J. E. Dovell
Sigismond DeR.
Diettrich
C. H. Donovan
J. E. Dovell

C. H. Donovan
Hulda G. Grobman
Alfred A. Ring

Wylie Kilpatrick
Alfred A. Ring


Life Insurance: Its Business Uses
Casualty Insurance: Its Business
Uses
The International Bank for Recon-
struction and Development
Public Retirement Systems of Florida

Florida's Metropolitan Growth
Do We Need a Sales Tax in Florida?
Water Control in Central and
Southern Florida
How to Balance Florida's Budget
Government Personnel in Florida
A Guide to Home Ownership
I: Principles of Home Ownership
Florida's Income Pattern
A Guide to Home Ownership
II. The Steps and Problems of Home
Ownership


July, 1948

August, 1948

September, 1948
October, 1948

November, 1948
December, 1948

January, 1949
February, 1949
March, 1949

April, 1949
May, 1949


June, 1949






BUREAU OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH


Numerous bulletins have been published on many aspects of educa-
tion. Requests for information concerning the availability of bulletins on
particular subjects should be addressed to the Bureau of Educational
Research.

Teacher Supply and Need in Florida and Related Studies.
Bulletin 68, Mimeographed, 66 pp., April, 1949.

Need for Teachers of Art in Florida.
Bulletin 70, Mimeographed, 11 pp., May, 1949.

BOUTELLE, MARGARET W. AND MEAD, A. R.
The Use of School Libraries by Student Teachers.

ECHOLS, LOUISE B.
Student Evaluation of Teachers and Teaching-A Limited Biography.
Bulletin 64, Mimeographed, 5 pp., November, 1948.

ECHOLS, LOUISE B. AND MEAD, A. R.
Films for Use in Vocational Guidance and Study of Occupations:
A Bibliography.
Bulletin 65, Mimeographed, 37 pp., December, 1948.

HINES, V. A.
A Study of Salaries of Florida: Public School Teachers, Adminis-
trators, and Supervisors.

A Study of Enrollment Trends and Holding Power of Florida Public
Schools.

HINES, V. A. AND MEAD, A. R.
Salaries and Salary Practices in Colleges of Education--Principally
State Universities, 1947-1948.
Bulletin 61, Mimeographed, 6 pp., March, 1948.

McLENDON, IDA RUTH AND MEAD, A. R.
Report from Florida Colleges Covering Guidance of Students into
Elementary Education Field.
Bulletin 72, Mimeographed, 8 pp., April, 1949.






McLENDON. IDA RUTII, MEAD, A. it. AND WHITE, MARY ANN
A Study of Handwriting in the P. K. Yonge School.
Bulletin 69, Mimeographed, 25 pp., February, 1948.

MEAD, A. R.
A Study of the Scoring Formulas for True-False and Two Alternative
Objective Tests.

A Study of the Staff Load in the College of Education.

Comparison of Work in Graduate Extension Classes in Education
with Courses Given on Campus.

Socially Useful Experiences in Our Public Schools.

The Money Value of an Education.

Useful Materials on Vocational Guidance for High Schools and Coun-
sellors.
Bulletin 6, Mimeographed, 16 pp., Revision of 1949.

Vocational Guidance Practices-Alachua County High Schools, 1947-
1948.
Bulletin 63, Mimeographed, 3 pp., October, 1948.

Who Should Evaluate Laboratory Schools Engaged in Teacher Educa-
tion.
Bulletin 71, Mimeographed, 4 pp., May, 1949.

MEAD, A. R. AND ECHOLS, LOUISE B.
The Load of Work of Elementary Teachers in one Florida County.

MEAD, A. R. AND HINES, V. A.
A Study of the Influence of Graduate Faculties upon the Quality and
Extent of Post-Graduate Study.

Space Utilization in the P. K. Yonge Building.

MEAD, A. R., SEYKORA, MARY ANN AND McLENDON, IDA RUTH
Kindergartens in Florida, 1917-1948.
Bulletin 62, Mimeographed, 11 pp., January, 1948.

70






\MEAD, A. R., TRUJILLO, VIDAL AND GAILBRAITH, WILLIAM
Spanish in the P. K. Yonge Elementary School.

MEAD, A. R., AND OTHERS
Some Documents Concerned with Human Rights.
Bulletin 55, Mimeographed, 57 pp., April, 1949.






PROJECT IN APPLIED ECONOMICS


The Colleges of Education of the Universities of Kentucky, Vermont
and Florida and the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Educa-
tion under the sponsorship of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation have prepared
approximately a hundred booklets designed to help schools in teaching
improved economic living, particularly in clothing, food, housing, and
health. A list of these materials may be obtained by writing directly to
the Project in Applied Economics, College of Education.






PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CLEARING SERVICE

The purpose of this agency is to make available technical services
in the field of Public Administration to city governments, county govern-
ments, and departments of the state government.

It publishes the results of such surveys as well as general studies
of technical administrative and governmental aspects of Florida. Published
in 1948-49 were:

WATERMAN, A. J., JR. AND OTHERS
PROBLEMS OF FLORIDA MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION.
In cooperation with the General Extension Division. General Exten-
tion Division Record, Vol. 30, No. 5, November, 1948, Gainesville,
Florida.

STUDIES IN FLORIDA ADMINISTRATION.
STUDIES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, No. 1, 1949.

(I) Florida's Budget System A. J. Waterman, Jr.
(II) A Merit System for Florida Hulda Grobman
(III) Research for the Legislature in Florida, A. J. Waterman, Jr.






PROJECT IN APPLIED ECONOMICS


The Colleges of Education of the Universities of Kentucky, Vermont
and Florida and the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Educa-
tion under the sponsorship of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation have prepared
approximately a hundred booklets designed to help schools in teaching
improved economic living, particularly in clothing, food, housing, and
health. A list of these materials may be obtained by writing directly to
the Project in Applied Economics, College of Education.






PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CLEARING SERVICE

The purpose of this agency is to make available technical services
in the field of Public Administration to city governments, county govern-
ments, and departments of the state government.

It publishes the results of such surveys as well as general studies
of technical administrative and governmental aspects of Florida. Published
in 1948-49 were:

WATERMAN, A. J., JR. AND OTHERS
PROBLEMS OF FLORIDA MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION.
In cooperation with the General Extension Division. General Exten-
tion Division Record, Vol. 30, No. 5, November, 1948, Gainesville,
Florida.

STUDIES IN FLORIDA ADMINISTRATION.
STUDIES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, No. 1, 1949.

(I) Florida's Budget System A. J. Waterman, Jr.
(II) A Merit System for Florida Hulda Grobman
(III) Research for the Legislature in Florida, A. J. Waterman, Jr.






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PUBLICATIONS*


THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PRESS.
The Press was founded to advance the cultural, scientific, and
educational welfare of Florida and, as a unit of the University of
Florida, to publish and distribute books, periodicals, and other mate-
rials for the promotion of research and scholarship.

I. Biological Science Series.
GOIN, C. J., "Studies in the Life History of Eleutherodactylus
Ricordii Planirostris (Cope) in Florida," Vol. IV, No. 2, 66 pp.
plates.
PIERCE, E. LOWE, "An Annual Cycle of the Plankton and Chem-
istry of Four Aquatic Habitats in Northern Florida," Vol. IV,
No. 3, 66 pp., plates.

II. Books
PATRICK, R. W., "Florida Under Five Flags," 140 pp., illus.
WEST, ERDMAN, AND ARNOLD, LILLIAN P., "The Native Trees
of Florida," 220 pp., illus.
HARMON, R. W. AND POLLARD, C. B., "Bibliography of Animal
Venoms," 340 pp.
JOUBERT, WILLIAM H., "Southern Freight Rates in Transition,"
434 pp., maps.
CONNER, FREDERICK W., "Cosmic Optimism: A Study of the
Poetic Interpretation of Evolution in America from Emerson to
Robinson," 458 pp.
MERRITT, WEBSTER, "A Century of Medicine in Jacksonville
and Duval County," 201 pp., illus.

PHI BETA KAPPA SERIES.
MILLER, J. HILLIS, "Competition in Education Condemned or
Praised," 1947.
COOPER, JOHN D., "The Impact of Air Power," 1948.

*Editors Note: This listing includes items published between 1945 and
1949. Subsequent issues of Current Research and Publications will cover
the current year only.






COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS.
SEMINAR PAPERS ON COMMUNITY PLANNING. 1948.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION.
Proceedings, FIRST ANNUAL FLORIDA BUSINESS CONFER-
ENCE, 1948, (In cooperation with the General Extension Division
and the Florida State Chamber of Commerce.)
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION.
"A B C'S OF SUPERVISION: A MANUAL FOR SUPERVISORS
AND ADMINISTRATORS," 1945.

SCHOOL OF FORESTRY.
WOOD PRODUCTS LABORATORY "Treating Records, 1948 -
June, 1949."

GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION.
THE GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION OF FLORIDA Record
published through Vol. 30, No. 12, extra No. 2, contains reports
of activities, announcements, descriptions of short courses and
conferences, bibliographies and materials on various subjects,
and loan services.
FLORIDA PUBLIC LIBRARY News Letter, (Monthly) Vol. 3,
No. 2.
AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS News Letter, (Monthly) Vol. 2, No. 9.
FLORIDA EXTENSION LIBRARY, GENERAL EXTENSION DI-.
VISION MATERIALS SERIES: (each issued annually):
Unit Picture Collection
Records and Transcriptions
Florida School Art
Plays
BUSHONG, CHARLES, Manual for the Film Forum Leader, 1949,
20 pp.
EDUCATION AND WORLD UNDERSTANDING: The "E" in UN-
ESCO, Mimeo., 70 pp.
CULTURE AND WORLD UNDERSTANDING: The "C" in UNESCO,
Mimeo., 122 pp.
PRACTICAL PROJECTS FOR UNESCO AND WORLD CITIZEN-
SHIP, Mimeo., 46 pp.






JOURNALS
THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS. (Quarterly.) Published by the South-
ern Political Science Association with a grant-in-aid from the
University of Florida. (Vol. XI, 1949.)

THE SOUTHERN FOLKLORE QUARTERLY.Published by the South-
eastern Folklore Society with a grant-in-aid from the University
of Florida. (Vol. XIII, 1949-The March issue each year carries
the Pan-American Folklore Bibliography.)

THE SOUTHERN SPEECH JOURNAL. (September, November, Jan-
uary and March.) Published by the Southern Speech Association
with a grant-in-aid from the University of Florida. (Vol. XIV,
1949.)

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAW REVIEW. (Spring, Summer and
Fall.) College of Law, University of Florida. (Vol. II, 1949.)






THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
Theses and Dissertations, 1948-49

The following pages contain a list of graduate theses and disserta-
tions which were submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
advanced degrees for the period of July, 1948 June, 1949. Manuscript
copies of these studies are filed in the University of Florida Library and
may be obtained for limited periods. Prospective borrowers should address
the Reference Librarian, University of Florida Library.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FORESTRY

ERNEST J. CRAFT.A Review of the Naval Stores Industry, Including
Results of Experimental Chipping, Following the Latest Methods, on the
Austin Cary Forest, University of Florida.

RAY EVERETT GODDARD. A Study of the Growth of Southern Pines
and Its Use in Determining the Cut for a Young Forest.

THOMAS GLENN HERNDON. A Commercial Management Plan for
the Austin Cary Memorial Forest.

CHARLES MICHAEL ROU. Determination of the Accuracy of a Timber
Survey.

MASTER OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE

DANIEL TSUH-ENG BAU. Railroad Terminal Design.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY

Ross MCPHERSON BAXTER. Derivatives of Cumic Acid.

EDWIN D. CARKHUFF. Esters of Cumic Acid.

EDWARD PEDRERO, JR. The Stability of Ferrous Iodide Syrup NF
VIII.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING

DAVID EDWARD BARRY. A Series of Experiments Planned for an
Undergraduate Course in Sanitary Engineering Laboratory. Civil Engi-
neering.






IRA DONNA BROWN. An Industrial Survey of the Moss Industry.
Industrial Engineering.

HUMBERTO J. BENET. Development and Investigation of a Building
Board Made from a Mexican Fibre. Civil Engineering.

HOMER LEROY CAPPLEMAN, JR. The Suitability of Certain Soils
for Use in Rammed Earth Construction. Civil Engineering.

CHARLES HENRY EDWARDS. Preliminary Evaluation of Florida
Crude Petroleum. Chemical Engineering.

ABRAHAM IRA FINK. The Design and Use of Laboratory Apparatus
for the Seepage Analysis of Model Earth Dams. Civil Engineering.


DONALD DAVID GOLD. Reaction Between Chlorine and Tryptophane
in Dilute Concentrations. Civil Engineering.

ROBERT WILLIAM GREEN. An Investigation of the Distribution of
Stress on Planes through the Hlaunch of a Structural Rigid Frame. Civil
Engineering.


WILLIAM EBERHARD HERRON, JR. An Investigation of a Process
for Producing a Light Weight Aggregate from Slimes Discharged by the
Pebble Phosphate Rock Industries of Florida. Chemical Engineering.

GEORGE BURKHART HILLS, JR. Sulphate Pulping of Turkey Oak
(Quercus Laevis Walt.) Under Mill Conditions. Industrial Engineering.


MARINUS HENRY LATOUR. Radar Techniques for Sampling Certain
Metorological Phenomena. Electrical Engineering.

LEO E. MORGAN. Vibrator Motor. Electrical Engineering.

RICHARD K. STEELE. An Investigation of Limerock Concrete Block
Mixes. Civil Engineering.

ARCHIE WAKEFIELD, JR. Kinetics of the Decomposition of Florida
Limerock. Chemical Engineering.






MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE


JOSE DE ALENCAR. The Association of Soil Organisms and Rhizo-
bium Meliloti. Soils.

DONALD M. BUSCHMAN. Citrus Molasses as a Feed for Swine. Ani-
mal Husbandry.

RUBIN CAPELOUTO. The Taxonomy of the Buprestidae of Florida.
Entomology.

JOHN F. DARBY. Stem and Thracnose, Colletotrichum Truncatum
(Schw.) Andrus and Moore, of Beans, Phaseolus Spp. Plant Pathology.

WAYNE EDWIN GATHERS. Effects of Delayed Cooling on Some of
the Physical Properties of Ice Cream Mixes. Dairy Industry.


LAWRENCE H. HALSEY. The Influence of Methods of Culture and
Picking on the Yield and Ripening of Certain Varieties of Tomatoes.
Horticulture.

JOSEPH ALTON HAMILTON, JR. The Value of Sweet Blue Lupine
Seed as a Protein Supplement for Growing and Fattening Beef Steers.
Animal Production.

THURMAN TIMBROOK HATTON, JR. Studies on the Periodic Devel-
opment of Roots and Shoots in Certain Citrus Species. Horticulture.


HAROLD EUGENE HENDERSON. Animal Response on Pasture Treat-
ed with Varying Types and Levels of Phosphate Amendments. Animal
Nutrition.

HOWARD HUGH HOPPER. Studies on Various Methods of Detecting
Liver Fluke Disease in Cattle. Animal Husbandry.

M. FARID HUSNY HUSSEIN. Citrus Products Jellied with Low-Meth-
oxyl Pectin. Horticulture.

ROBERT JULES KREUGER. Retail Handling Costs of Bulk and Pre-
Packaged Vegetables and a Consumer Preference Survey in One Florida
Market. Agricultural Economics.






WALLACE TOBIAS LONG. A Laboratory Study of Amendment Prac-
tices for Adjusting pH Levels in Several Soil Types. Soils.

BRANTLEY R. MILLS. A Teaching Program in Vocational Agriculture
for Suwannee County. Agricultural Education

HENRY FREDERICK SWANSON. The Effect of Various Fungicides
on the Rooting Response of Some Camellia and Azalea Varieties. Horti-
ture.


MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION

LAURA KATHRYN ARNOLD. The Case Study Technique: Its Func-
tions and Limitations. Education.

MARY NELL ARNOLD. Music in the Everyday Living of Children in
the Intermediate Grades. Education.

GEORGE WESLEY ATKINS. A Study of the Changes in the Educa-
tional Program in Calhoun County Resulting from the Operation of the
Minimum Foundation Program and the Implication for Future Development.
Education.

LENA MOBLEY BOSTWICK. A Study of the Retarded Children in the
Primary Grades of a Selected Elementary School. Education.

EDYTHE B. CHAMBERS. The Improvement of the Program of Instruc-
tion in the Atlantic Beach Elementary School, Duval County, Florida.
Education.

KATHLEEN M. CONFER. A Selected Bibliography on Character
Education and Personality Development, 1938-1947. Education.

CHARLES THOMAS COUNCIL, III. A Study of Intra-Mural Programs
of Certain Public High Schools in Florida. Education.

RUTH DEWARD CURNICK. Contemporary Developments in Education
as Seen by the New York Times. Education

RODERICK RUSS DUGGER. A Study of Industrial Arts in the Second-
ary Schools of Florida. Industrial Arts.






ELISE BARRETT DUVAL. A Resource Unit in Home Ownership for
Teachers of the Secondary School. Education.

L. RACHEL EVERETT. A Study of the Methods of Reporting Pupil
Progress in the Larger Elementary Schools of Mississippi. Education.

JACK FARR. A Study of the Acceptance by their Grade Group of
Children Who Have Failed One or More Grades. Education.

MELVIN D. FUTCH. Some Uses of the Tenth Month in the Florida
Program to Improve Instruction. Education.


PHILIP BENNETT GLANCY. A Study of Evaluative Measures of
Physical Education Programs in Florida Public High Schools. Education.

GRACE MALVIN GLIDEWELL. A Diagnostic Study of a Selected
Group of Retarded Fifth Grade Pupils in Fairfield Elementary School,
Jacksonville, Florida. Education.

THELMA JOHNSON GODFREY. A Study of the Classes for Slow
Learning Children in Duval County, Florida. Education.

EDGAR LEE GREENE, JR. A Study of the Use of Typewriting by
High School Graduates. Education.


CHARLES HILLEN HAMBLEN. JR. Problems related to the Devel-
opment of the Core Curriculum at the Tenth Grade Level. Education.

HAROLD A. HINTE. The Interscholastic Activities Program: Policies
and Techniques Developed in the Several States. Education.


ALMA DELIA HOLTON. Truancy and Delinquency in the Ninth Grade
of a Selected Junior High School. Education.

JAMES R. HUFFMAN. Study of Word Unit Method Versus the Part
Method of Teaching the Keyboard to Beginning Students in Typewriting.
Education.

ROBERT LEE HUTCHINSON, JR. A Proposed Program of Music
Appreciation for the Junior Colleges of Florida. Education.






JOHN GEORGE JOCA: A Survey of Pre-School Planning Conferences
for Improving School Services in Florida in 1947. Education.

HARRY H. KOLITZ. Industrial Arts, Resources Pertinent to the
Public Schools of Florida. Industrial Arts.

BERNARD KURLAND. A Proposed Curriculum in Industrial Arts to
Improve Housing Conditions, with Particular Reference to Eustis, Florida.
Education.

ROBERT A. LEWIS, JR. An Experiment in Modifying Attitudes Toward
the Negro. Education.

RUDICILLE CLAUDE LIPSCOMB. A Program of Training in the Pro-
duction of Asparagus Plumosis for Veterans in Volusia County. Education.

FLOY MCCALL McEACHERN. The Anecdotal Record as a Technique
for the Study of a Group of Children. Education.

JACK McGRIFF. A Study of the Financing of Inter-Scholastic Ath-
letics of Fifty Florida High Schools for the Year 1947-48. Education.

RUTH ADAMS MCPHERSON. A Study of Qualifications and Personal
Characteristics of Florida Principals. Education.

ERNEST DEVON MANNING, JR. A Study of the Racial Attitudes of
One Hundred White Adults in a Selected Rural Community of Florida.
Education.

CATHERIN-E GARY MARTIN. A Proposed Plan for Including Home
and Family Living in the Core Curriculum of the Secondary School. Edu-
cation.

EDGAR JAMES MASTERS. A Study of the Resource Unit in Curricu-
lum Planning. Education.

PAUL MIKLER. Recreational Activities, Interests, and Needs of
Students in Three Selected High Schools in Seminole County, Florida.
Education.

BEECHER W. PAYNE. A Program to Improve the Teaching of Science
in the Mayo High School. Education.






THOMAS J. PETERS. The Development of the General Education
Program at the University of Florida. Education.

ARTHUR V. PHILLIPS. The Story of the Americas: A Resource Unit
for Secondary School Teachers. Education.

HELEN FEAGIN PHILPOTT. An Approach to Elementary Arts and
Crafts Programs on the Secondary Level. Industrial Arts.

HELEN ROSS PINK. Amelia Island: A Resource Unit for Secondary
School Teachers. Education.

ANDREW OWEN PITMAN, JR. A Study of the Professional and Physi-
cal Education Requirements for Certification in Physical Education in
Fourteen States. Education.

MARY ANN SEYKORA. The Place of Audio Visual Aids in the Teach-
ing of the Business Subjects in Certain Florida High Schools. Business
Education.

GLADYS C. SHARPE.A Sociographic Study of a Group of Transported
and Non-Transported Children in a Consolidated School in Central Florida.
Education.

LAWRENCE JACK SMITH. The Organization and Administration of
Athletics in the Larger High Schools of Florida. Education.

MORTON HERMAN TELLER. A Laboratory Approach to Elementary
Physics Instruction. Education.


WILBUR I. THROSSELL. The Exportable Products of Latin America:
A Resource Unit in Spanish. Education

RALPH JOEL TOMPKINS. A Suggested Vocational Education Program
for Polk County Based on its Occupational Needs and Opportunities.
Education.

MARTHA ELIZABETH WELLS. Providing Opportunities for the
Growth and Development of Children of the Venetia Elementary Schools.
Education.






MASTER OF SCIENCE


Moss VERNON DAVIS. A Study of Qualitative Separations of Cations
of Group II and IV. Chemistry.

ARNOLD PERLMAN GOLD. Serological Techniques Employed in
Typhus Fever Studies. Bacteriology.

ADDIE VIRGINIA HAMILTON. Practical Applications of the Brucella
Ring Test. Bacteriology.

CHESTER WALKER HUSKINS. Preparation and Reaction of Certain
Fluorochloroethylenes. Chemistry.

FRANCIS L. INGLEY. Preparation and Polymerization of Substituted
Allyl Phenyl Ethers. Chemistry.

ELLIOT JULES IRONSON. Metabolic Mutations in Seven Different
Strains of Aerobacter Cloacae. Bacteriology.

FRANCIS NEALL MCMILLAN. Synthesis of Sulfanilamide Deriva-
tives. Chemistry.

DENNIS ELMO MILLER. A Study of the Ecological Distribution of
the Equatic Molluska of Alachua County. Biology.

Louis CHARLES MURRAY. Antibiotic Properties of Basidiomycetes.
Bacteriology.

LEWIS ALBERT POOLE. An Experimental Study of the Problems
Involved in the Design of the Vacuum System for an Electrostatic Genera-
tor. Physics.

GEORGE KELL REID, JR. A Study of the Black Crappie, Pomoxis
Nigro-maculatus (Le Sueur), in Orange Lake, Florida, with Particular Ref-
erence to the Food and Feeding Habits. Biology.

CONSTANCE SUE SPATAFORA. Antibiotic Properties of Certain
Soil Actinomycetes. Bacteriology.

HOWARD VINCENT WEEMS, JR. Taxonomy of the Syrphidae of Ala-
chua County, Florida. Entomology.






MASTER OF ARTS


RUSSELL E. BAGLEY. An Historical Study of Theatrical Entertain-
ment in Pensacola, Florida: 1882-1892. Speech.

BERNARD THOMAS BOYLE. The Social Philosophy of Rerum Novar-
um and its Metaphysical Basis. Sociology.

PETER GABRIEL CARIBALTES, JR. Argentina in Transition. His-
tory.

FLAVIA DE CARION. Some Florida Proverbs and Their Literary
Background. English.

MARY FRANCIS CLOPTON. A Further Study of the Relation Between
the Length of List of Nonsense Syllables and Learning Difficulty. Psy-
chology.

EVA AILLEEN DENNIS. Edith Wharton on the Craft of Fiction.
English.

HERBERT J. DOHERTY. The Florida Whigs. History.

WILLIAM CLARK DOSTER. Wolfe and Whitman: A Comparative Study.
English.

JOHN R. DURRANCE. A Comparison of Differing Orientation Factors
in a Learning Problem. Psychology.

NEWTON FRISHMAN. Marital Accord and Discord Among Married and
Divorced Students. Psychology.

WILLIAM LAMAR GAMMON. Governor John Milton of Florida Con-
federate States of America. Political Science.

MARY MILNER HOOTEN. Biblical Echoes in the Poetry of Edwin
Arlington Robinson. English.

ELMO HOWELL. Boswell versus Johnson. English.

NORMA NOYES IRWIN. Hamlin Garland: Perennial Pioneer. English.

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JOHN HERBERT JAMISON. The Conditioning of an Autonomic Re-
sponse for Determining Auditory Intensity Thresholds in the Rat. Psy-
chology.

FRANCES EMILY JOHNSON. Construction and Standardization of a
Test for Evaluating Proficiency in the Operation of Certain Office Ma-
chines. Psychology.

AUGUST ANTHONY LASASSO. The Women Characters in the Works
of Leopold Alas. Spanish.

MARGARET CAVE MCCLELLAN. The Development of an In-Service
Teacher Training Program in Speech Correction in the Duval County Pub-
lic Schools. Speech.

WILLIAM MARK McKINNEY. Regional Differences in American High-
er Education. Sociology.

WILLIAM J. MEADS. The Elimination of Blinds and the Goal Gra-
dient. Psychology.

WILLIE ADELE METCALF. Methods Used in Teaching Non-Readers
to Read. Psychology.

DONNA MEYERS. Whitman and Music. English.

BERNARD JOSEPH ALOYSIUS MYERS. Some Aspects of Keats'
Language. English.

JOHN WILSON NICHOLS. A Study of Place Learning in the White
Rat under Alternating Drives on a T Maze. Psychology.


WILLIAM NEWMAN ORMOND. The Social Mode in the Prologues and
Epilogues of Restoration Drama. English.

VIRGINIA FAYE PETERSON. The Relation of Length of List of
Nonsense Syllables to Number of Repetitions Required for Memorization.
Psychology.

ANNE ELINA PORGES. The Influence of English on the Spanish of
New York. Spanish.






HARRY THOMAS PHYoR. A Study of Moral Attitudes Among Three
Hundred Male University Students. Sociology.

GLENN EUGENE RIEDDICK. A Study of the Farewell Speeches of
the Southern Senators at the Time of Secession. Speech.

JEFF ROOKS. Development of American Policy Toward Greece,
October, 1944, to March, 1947. Political Science.

MARY ANN SCHMIDT. An Evaluation of the Stanford Achievement
Test in Spelling. Psychology.

TAYLOR CARVER SCOTT, JR. The Mennonites of Sarasota, Florida.
Sociology.


MARGUERITE HAMILTON SMITH. An Evaluation of the Work of the
Committee on Un-American Activities, United States House of Representa-
tives, 1946-1948. Political Science.

LOLA ROSE SOUTHALL. Change of Interests of College Students.
Psychology.

HERBERT FARISH STALLWORTH. Gainesville, Florida: A Study
in Municipal Administration. Political Science.

WILLIAM BYSSHE STEIN. Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter: A Re-
Evaluation. English.

JOHN TRUMAN STONE. A Study of Drives in Rats. Psychology.

ALAN PATTERSON STUCKEY. The Influence of Juan de Fuca on
Captain George Vancouver. History.


WILSON PENNELL TANNER, JR. The Relationship Between Visual
F usion and Intelligence. Psychology.

DOROTHY JEAN TOBIAS. Lope de Vega and the Common Man.
Spanish.

MARY CAROLYN WIGGINS. The Literary Reputation of George Her-
bert. English.






JOHN PATRICK WILCOX. Henry Charles Carey, Pioneer American
Economist. Economics.

HAROLD ARTHUR WILLIS. The Stream-of-Consciousness Method of
Virginia Woolf. English.

FRED HERBERT WINKLER. From Cooperation to Neutrality: A
Phase of United States Foreign Policy 1931-1935. History.

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

ALICE PAULUKAS MCCARTHA. The In-State Migration of Teachers
in a Selected Group of Southeastern States 1945-1948.

CARL WEBSTER MCCARTHA. An Evaluation of Teacher Merit as
It is Conducted in a Selected Group of Southeastern States 1947-1948.


PEARL SANDS MCCARTY. Reading Interests of Florida Secondary
School Pupils As Determined by Their Book Choices in Their School
Libraries.

FRANCIS ARLINGTON RHODES. The Legal Development of State
Supported Higher Education in Florida.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

J. CLYDE DRIGGERS. Citrus Seed Meal for Growing Chicks. Animal
Husbandry.




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