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Number 104 Price 50 cents REPRINT AND C IRCULAR SERIES OF THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL l DOCTORATES CONFERRED IN THE SCIENCES BY AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 1931-1932 COMPILED FOR THE RESEARCH INFORMATION SERVICE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL BY CALLIE HULL AND CLARENCE J. WEST r WASHINGTON, D. C. 1932

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DOCTORATES CONFERRED IN THE BY AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 1931-1932 SCIENCES COMPILED FOR THE RESEARCH INFORMATION SERVICE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL BY CALLIE HULL AND CLAREN CE I. WEST This is the thirteenth year in which the Research Information Service has compiled the information concerning doctorates conferred in the sciences by American universities. Statistics before ~g~g-~g~o are avail- able from reports of other compilers. It is interesting to see the steady increase in the number of doctorates each year from 330 in ~9~9-~920 to ~24~ in ~93~-~932. In the first list compiled by the Research Information Service thirty-one universities reported. In the present list there are sixty-five universities. In many cases the information for previous years was not given, so that the statistics for some of the universities are incomplete. During the period covered by this compilation, the same subject clas- sification has been used, in order that the statistics might have some comparative value, even though this means that many of the more recently recognized subdivisions of the major fields of science are not given a separate place in the classification. It has been deemed necessary, however, to add Public Health (in ~926), Medicine and Surgery (in ~930) and Seismology (in ~932), as scattering the theses on these sub- jects throughout the compilation gave no indication of the work in these fields. It should be pointed out that in the classification of the following doc- torates, the compilers have had only the title of the thesis and, in most cases, the department in which the doctorate was granted. This has often nude it difficult properly to place certain theses and may account for the fact that a thesis appears under one subject, when in reality it belongs under quite a different subject. The Research Information Service wishes again to express its ap- preciation of the cooperation of the Registrars and the Deans of the universities in making possible this compilation. ~ Since ~926 the compilations have appeared in the Reprint and Cir- cular Series of the National Research Council (Numbers 75, 80, 86, 9~, 9: and bosh. Before that time they were published in Science and in School and Society.

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4 Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West Chemistry . . . Zoology ..... Physics ..... Psychology . . Botany ...... Mathematics . _ . . ~ ~ nglneerlug Bacteriolo~y Physiology . . Geology ..... Pathology . . . Agriculture . . Anatomy .... Astronomy . . Medicine and Surgery.. Public Health Metallurgy . . Anthropology Geography . . Archaeology Paleontology . Seismology . . Meteorology Mineralogy ........ Totals ..... .......... ... TABLE I DOCTORATES CONFERRED ACCORDING TO SUBJECTS '23'24 '25 '26'27'28 '29 '30 '3: '32 . 185251 250 257270278 310 317 390 420 45 4Z 7{55 70 89 9{ {02 ~ 17 i27 54 58 5976 92 78 ~ OI 9I g4 ~ ~ 3 46 5 I 5 I60 74 66 I I 2 97 ~ 05 I 04 64 57 6969 53 6I 76 8I 8I 79 28 32 2447 46 44 6I 75 73 75 5 5 2I I I 0 28 34 49 25 47 32 I ~20~! 20 29 z6 27 38 46 20 ~ 7 I 743 35 28 37 46 46 46 34 4I 2527 42 35 45 63 39 45 2I I2 54 I6 3I 27 3I 26 43 IO {i I619 I9 3 ~27 29 45 3I IO 5 4]] \3 II 15 I2 II I6 6 7 37 9 3 8 4 II 8 .. .. .... . ~ 2 8 - - -3 4 4 I5 8 20 8 2 2 3IO 4 I3 8 4 5 7 3 3 25 3 5 I3 6 7 6 7 3 I3I I I4 7 I2 I7 6 . 5 O O OO O 0 2 2 2 3 2 2 I7 0 I 2 6 3 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 O ~O O O 0 2 0 0 0 I I 4 4 Z O I 3 I O 575 6I I 640 748 796 842 1025 1074 I I47 I24I TABLE II DOCTORATES CONFERRED ACCORDING TO UNIVERSITIES '23 '24 '25 '26 '27 '28 '29 930 '3I '32 Chicago 71 75 59 78 86 70 gg 94 82 Il6 Wisconsin 44 41 64 53 55 60 66 86 86 88 Cornell 41 60 39 43 6 ~67 60 80 57 80 Johns Hopkins 58 44 36 50 44 56 6 ~58 67 67 Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 r 20 33 25 30 25 48 50 74 6I Columbia 58 57 5I 49 62 46 6I 44 5I 58 Minnesota 17 23 23 30 2g 4I 53 53 47 58 Yale 34 22 41 38 34 38 47 43 53 57 Michigan 15 25 15 32 30 52 38 55 55 55 California 27 20 31 38 42 37 50 47 48 48 Illinois 33 20 32 44 3I 36 34 43 45 46 Harvard 31 35 25 35 42 33 40 40 49 45 Iowa 12 ~6 ~g 28 24 32 38 28 33 43 Iowa State .. 9 I2 I4 I3 26 28 26 39 34 Mass. Inst. Tech ~8 I8 13 18 13 20 29 ~6 32 Pittsburgh ......... 7 5 8 7 I I ~ 3 8 I 5 ~ 5 3 I Pennsylvania 8 ~z I ~I4 27 18 24 z6 I9 27 Princeton 9 I7 I ~I ~18 I7 ~5 zz 16 ~7 Calif. Inst. Tech 0 g 8 15 8 18 ~> 18 23 2I Stanford 8 14 ~5 ~7 I7 17 26 26 28 2I Indiana 5 5 8 7 5 8 9 II 7 16 Brown 3 3 8 4 4 5 7 g 7 I4 New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IO ~5 7 4 I I I3 10 23 ]3 Washington 0 ~3 ~I 5 8 5 6 ]3 Cincinnati 3 4 7 8 5 ~I] 6 13 12 Penn. State College .. .. .. .. ~4 3 3 8 ~ I Northwestern ............... 2 6 2 4 6 8 5 8 ~3 ~o

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West 5 Rutgers Texas ............. Nebraska ........... Washington Univ. St. Louis.. Western Reserve . Catholic .......... Duke ............. Kansas ........... Radcliffe ......... Colorado ......... George Washington Mich. State College....... Missouri ..... Rochester .... St. Louis .... Virginia ...... American ..... Bryn Mawr .. North Carolina Syracuse ..... Clark ........ Maryland .... Purdue ....... Rensselaer .... Rice ......... Vanderbilt .... Fordham ..... George Peabody Oregon .. . ~ F - - Tulane ................. State College of Wash... .... .... . . .... .... . . .... . . . ~ .... Arizona .................... Boston ..................... Georgetown ................ Marquette .................. Mass. State College......... Notre Dame ............... N. Y. State Col. Forestry.... Totals .............. . ~ 575 o s 2 ~ 3 . . 2 2 o 5 o 5 . . ~ 3 I I o 3 I 2 I . . o . . . . . . . . I O .. .. .. .. I I I 2 . . 6II TABLE II Continued DOCTORATES CONFERRED ACCORDING TO UNIVERSITIES 923 '24 '25 '26 '27 '28 '29 330 93I ,32 .. .. .. 2 3 9 4 5 5 IO I O O I 3 O 7 6 5 IO 2 5 7 2 2 3 4 6 7 9 8 2 O 5 7 2 7 7 8 8 . 3 5 9 8 I 3 3 6 5 8 6 2 7 7 .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 4 5 7 2 2 4 8 8 5 IO II 5 7 3 2 3 3 2 I 2 5 2 7 I O I 3 I 3 3 2 3 5 I3 5 6 4 4 2 5 2 3 ~ 5 O O I 4 2 2 6 2 8 ~ 5 O 5 4 3 7 2 3 6 ~5 .. .. I O 3 3 2 5 5 .. .. .. .. 2 3 2 3 4 5 I 3 5 5 8 3 5 I2 9 5 . . . 3 3 3 I 5 3 3 O I I 2 4 O I 2 I 3 2 I O 7 3 4 3 6 I2 3 O O O 2 3 2 I 5 I 3 8 3 6 7 7 5 II II 4 2 O ~5 6 3 6 8 3 12 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. I 4 6 2 O 2 O 2 2 7 3 2 4 2 O I 2 I I 3 4 3 5 2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 2 2 O 2 2 I 2 8 6 4 I .. .. .. .- .. .. 3 I .. I O O O 2 I I .. .. I 2 I I O I .. .. .. .. .. I 3 I .. .. I O O O I O O I O O O 2 O O .. .. .. .. I O 2 O .. .. .. I O O I O O I O I I 3 4 O O O O I 3 2 O .. I I 2 2 O I O 640 748 796 842 I 025 I 074 I I 47 I 24I . . . .. I . .

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6 Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West TABLE III DISTRIBUTION OF DOCTORATES FOR THE CURRENT YEAR BY UNIVERSITY BY SUBJECT American............. Brown ............... Bryn Mawr........... California ............ Calif. Inst. Tech. . Catholic........ Chicago .......... Cincinnati........ Clark ............ Colorado .......... Columbia............ Cornell.............. Duke ............... F~ordham .......... George Peabody.... George Washington. Harvard........ Illinois ......... Indiana ........ Iowa......... Iowa State. . . Johns Hopkins Kansas........ Maryland ..... Mass. Inst. Tech. . . Michigan.......... Michigan State.... Minnesota........ Missouri........... Nebraska........... New York.......... North Carolina...... Northwestern....... Ohio State......... Oregon............ Pennsylvania ...... Penn. State....... Pittsburgh........ Princeton......... Purdue........... Radcliffe ......... Rensselaer........ Rice ............. Rochester........ Rutgers .......... St. Louis .. Stanford .... State College Wash. Syracuse ..... Texas........ Tulane....... Vanderbilt. . . Virginia...... Washington........... Wash. Univ. St. Louis. Western Reserve......... Wisconsin ............... Yale .................... ~11~ 420 47 5 45 75 8 7 2 43 II3 46 o u' . . . I I I 8 I ... IO 24 I 4 I2 IO -6 2 -2 6 -2 ... I 9 '-8 I 2 ... ... ... ... ... ... 6 I I ... ... ::: I 5 I04 _ Ct 3 I4 3 48 21 7 TI6 I2 a 5 58 80 7 I I 5 45 46 I6 43 34 67 7 a 3a 55 s s8 s 9 IS 3 IO 6I I 27 I I 3I 27 7 2 2 5 IO s 2I I 3 IO I 2 s 13 8 8 88 57 I 241

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West 7 AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY Cornell: MAX JENNINGS PLICE, " Studies on forest litter and its rela- tion to humus formation. BURCH HART SCHNEIDER, The com- parative efficiency of the proteins of several fish meals." WALLACE CAMPBELL STILES, " Protein and other nutrients required by fatten- ing cattle. HAROLD GRIDLEY WILM, The relationship of suc- cessional development to the silviculture of forest burn communities in Southern New York." Illinois: CHARLES ANDREW BROWN, Recent adjustments to low dairy prices within the dairy industry. HENRY LLOYD BUCKARDT, Effect of fall, winter and spring seeding on yield, certain plant characters, quality and germination of wheat varieties." HAROLD KENNETH WILSON, " Factors affecting the marketability of fluid milk." Iowa State College: ALVA ESMOND BRANDT, A statistical study of the relation of sex, breed and live measurements to carcass weights in swine." MARK H. BROWN, " Some chemical and biological effects of cyanamide and certain other nitrogen fertilizers on various Iowa soils. FRANCIS N. SIORTENSON, The digestibility of milk in viva, as affected by certain physical treatments." SAMUEL SUOCKLEY OBENSHAIN, " The available phosphate content of soils and some factors affecting it." OLIVER E. OVERSETH, " Movement of fertil- izers in Carrington loam." Maryland: HOWARD B. CORDNER, A study of certain factors affecting the set of fruit in Henderson Bush lima beans." Michigan State College: RALPH CHASE COLE, " Some effects of dif- ferent fertilizer treatments, on the diurnal and seasonal changes in the sugar content of the sap and tissue of potato plants." Missouri: LESTER EARL CASIDA, The normal mstrous cycle in the Eve." Ohio State: WILETAM HAROLD METZGER, The relative efficiency of precipitated, burned and natural forms of liming materials as measured by their rates of reaction with acid soils and their in- fluence on crop yields." Pennsylvania State College: KENNETH GORDON LANDSBURG, A study of rickets in calves: The anti-rachitic potency of dehydrated hays, sun-cured hays and oat straw. CHARLES C. WANTS, A study of some of the physical and chemical factors involved in the whipping properties of reconstructed ice cream mixes." Rutgers: NOLAN F. FAP(RIS, " A study of the root systems of certain crop plants in relation to various soil characteristics." JACKSON B. HESTER, " The amphoteric behavior of three soil types and its erects upon the growth of wheat seedlings. KENNETH R. STEVENS, " Studies on the nature and origin of soil humus."

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West Wisconsin: MASON HERBERT CAMPBELL, A study of the fat-globule size in milk. ' ROLAND COWART, Some effects of soluble sodium salts upon the physical and chemical properties of the soil." HAROLD HAIGHT QUILL, " Lime requirement of alfalfa on Wisconsin soils." CHARLES HOLL KICK, " The specific effect of fluorine in the rations for farm animals." Ar~FREr) LEAHEY, "A study of the inorganic phosphorus compounds of the soil." NORMAN JAMES YOLK, " The nature of potash fixation in soils and the isolation and identification of a potash silicate formed." Yale: JESSE LEONARD BEDWELL, Factors affecting the Asiatic chestnut in the United States. JOSEPH GARNER FALCONER, Relation of soil to site quality in white pine stands. ROBERT PENFIEI~D MC- LAUGHLIN, " The comparative anatomy of the wood of the mag- noliales. WIGWAM DYKSTRA MILLER, Effect of weeding on the survival and growth of white pine." ANATOMY California: WILLIAM REGINALD LYONS, Immunologic aspects of the sexual cycle." Chicago: GARMAN HARLOW DARON, The arterial pattern of the Tunica mucosa of the Macacus rhesus uterus." ISODORE GERSH, " The Altmann technique." Cornell: Ho MIEN CHU, " The diencephalon of the opossum, Didelphis virginiana. A study of cell masses and fiber connections." Minnesota: CHARLES MORRIS BLUMENFELD, Effects of various die- tary deficiencies upon the morphology of the suprarenal gland." SAMUEL IRVING STEIN, The effects of pregnancy on the hy- pophysis (and other glands of internal secretion) of the albino rat." New York: JACOB AGASSIZ ROSOF, "An experimental study of the histology and cytology of the parathyroid glands in the albino rat." Northwestern: [OHN JACOBI SHEININ, " Studies on the mesencephalic nucleus." St. Louis University: EVERETT HAROLD INGERSOLL, The effect of stimulation upon the coeliac ganglion cells of the albino rat." Tulane: STELLA MARIE AGLAE LECHE, Handedness and bimanual dermatoglyphic differences." Vanderbilt: WILLIAM HENRY HOLLINSEEAD, Determination of po- tencies in the fore limb of ~mblystoma pur~ctat?,lm." Washington University, St. Louis: HELEN LUCERNE DAWSON, On hair growth: A study of the effect of pregnancy on the activity of the follicle in the guinea-pig (Cavia cobaya)."

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~; Lo~f8~' f~ '6c 3~; ~7 ~d +~' ~ Western Reserve: WILLIAM ~O~AGDE COBB, Albums archives/, Wisconsin: ELBERT BREESE ROIL, i' Cont~budon to the Judy of the development of the m~mmallan pelvls.~, Yale: ALICE OSBORNE CURDED, Ibe te~ncephaloB of 7 a' RALPH GIBSON NEWER, The optic System of Dew, ~ ~ A~I~ROPOLOGY Callfornia: DOROTHY S. DE~ETRAC6PODLOU! The Loon Woman myth: ~ study in synthesis. ISABEL TRUESDELL KELLY, ' Funda- mentals of Great Basln culture." Col~bla: HENRY ARES CAREY, i' An analyst of the Northwestern Chihuahua culture', REO GREMLIN FAMED ~ The social org~- izatlon of ~obu.~, Vale: CAVILED SCU~ER REHEEL, ~ ~ modern Amerkan Indian com- munity in the light of Its past. ' STANLEY STEWART NEWARK, <' A grammatlca1 sketch of Yogurts.', ARCHAEOLOGY Callforn1~: Oscar THEODORE BROKER, The Odeum al Corinth. Ilarvard: DONALD [SAY BAKER, ~ The Holmes on the coins of the Greek - cities.,' Johns Hopkins: ~Y WILSON ~CCEHEE, RepUca scenes on Attic red-Rgured vases.~, ASTROKo~Y Callfornia: PH{LLIS B^YFORD, " The galactic rotation eCect in open clusters. Chicago: PHILIP CHILDS KEENER, ~ S1udles of the emission Ones in the spectrum of the solar chromosphere/, WILLING WILSON ~o~d^~, ~ ~ study of carton characterlstlcs of stellar spectra df Type 6.~, Harvard: FETER MACKENZIE ILK, ~ physics analyst of meteor radl~lon.~, Michigan: Rov KE~ETH MARSHALL, ~ ~ Judy of Class B staler spectral ROBERT ~ET8VE~ FEIRIE, ~ spectrogr~hlc study of RT Aurig~.~, PrlEceton: ARMOR LOWELL BEAMED; ~ A photov~u~ invesUgadon of the brightness of 39 areas on the surface of the moon. RadcHRe: Canoe JANE ANGER, Spectroscopy paraD~es of g~acdc and moving clusters/,

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lo Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West BACTERIOLOGY Brown: MERRILL WALLACE CHASE, Further studies on the liberation of toxins from Salmonella schottw'?~lleri principally by repeated freezings and thawings. ROBERT MERRETT PIKE, Toxic sub- stances produced by Staphylococci grown on solid media with special reference to the depression of phagocytosis by Staphylococcus fil- trates." California: CLAUDE E. Zoomed, " Cultural requirements and metabo-~ lism of the Brucella group." Chicago: WILLIAM BURROWS, " The nutritional requirements of Clostcridin~ botulir~uq~." LEO PHILIP DOYLE, " I. Serum reactions produced by feeding antigens. II. The length of survival of para- typhoid bacilli in foodstuffs." ~ . . . CARL OSWALD LATHROP, Biological squares or patnogen~c strains of Bacterium cold from human sources. 7 EINAR LEIFSON, Bacterial spores. BERTHA KAPLAN SPECTOR, "A comparative study of cultural and immunological means of diagnosing infections with Endama~ba histolytica.'' Columbia: MARGAPET HOEDEN, The nature and properties of the virus of herpes." Cornell: HERMAN JACOB BRUECKNER, Primitive or filterable forms of bacteria and their occurrence in milk." CLIFFORD DARTON KELLY, " Chemical changes in cheddar cheese in their relationship to the lactic acid streptococci. CLAIR EUGENE SAFFORD, The occurrence and numbers of primitive forms of bacteria in nature and in pure culture. ABOEL MAGID AHOY, Growth of pathogenic bacteria in milk." Iowa State College: DEAD ALBERT ANDERSON, The production of gum by certain species of Rhizobium. HARRY E. GORESLINE, " Studies on agar-digesting bacteria." RALPH VICTOR HUSSONG, " The relationships of a lipolytic organism to rancidity of butter." lOHN ALBE.RT NELSON, " The correlation between the organisms found microscopically and the bacterial deterioration of butter" HAROLD CECIL OLSON, " The microflora of churns and its impor- tance in the deterioration of butter." ROGER PATRICK, " The fermentation of levulose by some bacteria of the genus ~erobacillus." ARTHUR WESLEY YOUNG, The Winogradsky spontaneous culture method for determining certain soil deficiencies." Johns Hopkins: ERIC CHRISTIAN GILLES, The isolation of tetanus bacilli from street dust. ELOISE ELAINE GREENE, A study of Spirochetes in the cat, faith special reference to those of the ali- mentary tract."

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West ~i Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MARSHALL WALKER lEN- NISON, " A critical study of the effect of temperature upon certain aspects of bacterial growth curves." Michigan: ALDEN FRANKLIN ROE, " Anaerobic methods and the dis- sociation of Bacillus welchii." Michigan State College: LEO RANSOM HIMMELBERGER, The sig- nificance of lymphatic tissue and adenoma-like areas in the thyroid gland." Minnesota: MILLARD FILLMORE GUNDERSON, " Studies on western duck sickness." MILAN VACLAV NOVAK, ' Dissociation of an actin- omyces into bacterial forms." Ohio State: EVA GALBREATH CAMPBELL, A thermophil nitrite former." Pennsylvania: BESS E. SEGAL, " Serolobical and cultural studies of Meningococci with special reference to Type V." Pittsburgh: FELICE A. ROTONDARO, " The development of bacteriology: Bibliography." Rochester: CLARENCE FREDERIC SCHMIDT, iR., Studies in bacterial calorimetry." Rutgers: HERBERT W. REUSZER, ' The decomposition of hemicelluloses with special reference to their uronic constituents." Vanderbilt: LURLINE VALERIA RICHARDSON, Diphtheria antibodies transmitted to the offspring of immune guinea pigs." Washington: RUBY MAY BOGART, A study of sensitization in experi- mental tuberculosis." Wisconsin: Loss ALMON, " The stability of cultures of Rhizobium.'' RUBY BERE, " I. Copepods parasitic on fish of the Trout Lake region II. The effect of freezing on the number of bacteria in ice and water from Lake Mendota. III. The bacterial content of some Wis- consin lakes. ADOLPH ALEXANDER HENDRICKSON, Studies on certain physiological characters of Phytomonas tumefaciens' Phy- tow~onc~s rhizogenes and Bacillus radiobacter and their relations to plants. ELMER REEVE HITCHNER, A cultural study of the propionic acid bacteria. ERNEST CARR MCCULEOCH, The germi- cidal efficiency of sodium hydroxide. HARRY EOVIN SAGER, ' Com- parison of certain physiological characters of Phytornonas tume- faciens, Phyto~onc~s rhizogenes and Bacillus radiobacter." WILLIAM B OWEN SARLES, " The production of volatile acids by the fermen- tation of cellulose at high temperatures." CHUN CHIEH YOUNG, " Oxidation and reduction of alexin." Yale: AGNES ROSEBURGH BEEBE, The influence of age upon the reac- tion to toxins, especially in the neonatal period." CATHERINE SEELEY .,

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Doctorates Conferred ~n the Sciences: Hull and West 49 Rochester: ALONZO GUY EATON, " Studies on pancreatic diabetes." CHARLES INGRAM WRIGHT, Studies in respiration. Rutgers: ERNEST L. SPENCER, " Nutritional studies with Rhododendron ponticum in sand cultures." St. Louis University: SISTER MARY ALOYSE ELLINGSO!N, Compara- tive morphology of endamcebae and ameebocytes of the body." PHILIP AARON KATZMAN, " The preparation and the chemical and physiological properties of an anterior pituitary-like substance from human pregnancy urine." Stanford: VEON CARTER KIECH, Catabolism of the amino acids and their calorigenic effect." HAZEL MARIE HAUCK, " Manifestations of fluorine toxicity. HENRY LEROY STEPHENS, Some investiga- tions on the effect of light upon the absorption of nitrates by wheat." Wisconsin: WILLIAM HARDY THARP, Investigations upon the devel- opment, the nature and the function of the semi-permeable mem- branes of the barley kernel." PSYCHOLOGY Bryn Mawr: KATHARINE ELIZABETH MCBRIDE, A psychological study of aphasia." California: PHYLLIS FRANCES BARTELME, The mental development of immaturely born children." Catholic: SISTER MARY MAGDAEEN CRANE, Changes in the respira- tory quotient of white mice when injected with the blood of normal and psychopathic individuals." Chicago: MARTIN FREDERICK FRITZ, Maze performance of the white rat in relation to unfavorable salt mixture and vitamin B deficiency." OTIS CLARENCE INGEBRITSEN, Co-ordinating mechanisms of the spinal cord." OLIVE PECKHAM LESTER, " Mental set in relation to retroactive inhibition." FRED MCKINNEY, " Certain emotional factors in learning and efficiency." GEORGE MAXWELL PETERSON, " An empirical study of the ability to generalize." TORN GUNDIERSEN ROCKWELL, " Thyro-parathyroid deficiency as related to learning." iAMES THOMAS RUSSELL, Applicability of the probable error formulae to psychological data. HAROLD ALFRED SWENSON, The relative influence of accommodation and convergence in the judgment of distance." Clark: CLARENCE VIRGINTUS HUDGINS, Conditioning and the volun- tary control of the pupillary light reflex." Columbia: SAMUEL JACOB BECK, " The Rorschach test as applied to a feeble-minded group. ANDREE S. COURTHIAL, Emotional differ- ences of delinquent and non-delinquent girls." DANIEL H. HARRIS,

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So Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hal! and; West " Relation to college grades of some factors other than intelligence." THEODORE A. [ACKSON, " General factors in transfer of training in the white rat. ROBERT BRODIE MACLEOD, An experimental in- vestigation of brightness constancy. JOHN GRAY PEATMAN, A study of factors measured by the Thorndike intelligence examination for high school graduates. jEANETTE REGENSBURG, Studies of educational success and failure in supernormal children." ATTILIO MARIO RIzzoLo, " The effect of vocal distraction upon mental work." JOHN PERRY SEWARD, iR., The effect of practice on the visual perception of form. AUDREY MARY SHUEY, Genetic psychology monographs." Cornell: HARRY EEWYN BRADFORD, " An analysis of achievements of certain University of Nebraska students who offered vocational agriculture as credit for entrance-compared with achievements of a similar group who offered the traditional entrance subjects." MARJORIE BOLLARD DRURY, Progressive changes in non-fovea! perception of line-patterns." LUELI~A P'E-ARL GARDNER, " The learn- ing process in horses. ALBERT DOUGLAS GLANVILLE, The em- pirical significance of the horopter." Duke: GLENN ANSEL FRY, " An experimental basis for a wave theory of color vision. ROBERT WILFRED GEORGE, An experimental investigation of the chemical theory of temperament as applied to introversion-extroversion." George Peabody College: LORENA B. STRETCH, The relation of problem solving ability in arithmetic to comprehension in reading.', George Washington: BLANCHE BOWDEN WILCOX, The effect of barbital upon the sex and maternal drive of the white rat." Harvard: EDWARD NEWCOMB BRUSH, The composition of mechanical ability. JAMES DEMOSTHENES CORONIOS, The development of behavior in the fetal cat." SAUL ROSENZWEIG, " The dependence of preferences upon success and failure." WILLIAM HAROLD STAVSKY, " Geotropism and learning in the white rat a quantitative study of two conflicting tendencies in behavior." Illinois: RICHARD KENNETH COMPTON, An experimental and ana- lytical study of organic set. JOHN BASCOM WOLFE, The effect of delayed reward upon learning in the white rat." Indiana: PERSIS WHITE SIMMONS, " Statistical analysis of the per- formance of 1024 children five to eight years of age on the Witmer formboard." Iowa: DONALD WARREN DYSINGER, A reflex time and action current study in psychiatric and neurologic cases. ELMER ROBERT HAGMAN,

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West 5T "A study of fears in children of preschool age." WILHEMINA EMELIA lACOBSoN, ' An investigation of basic factors of aesthetic value in costume design. ' HERBERT HENRY [ASPER, A study of laboratory indices of bilateral neural organization in stutterers and normal speakers." WENDELL A. L. lOHNSON, " The influence of stuttering on the personality." CLELLAN LEO MORGAN, ' An ex- perimental analysis of situations involving the laws of learning." CLARENCE LEROY NYSTROM, A comparative study of the achilles and the patellar reflex response latencies as measured by the action current and the muscle thickening methods." GLADYS E'TOILE PALMER, " The role played in the production of mental disturbances by misinformation about masturbation. HJALMAR FLETCHER SCOE, " Bladder control in infancy and early childhood." CLEMENT HENRY STEVERS, " A study of rhythmic performance with special considera- tion of the factors involved in the formation of a scale for measur- ing rhythmic ability." Johns Hopkins: ELINOR LEE BEEBE, " Motor learning of the child in balance and in hand and eye coordination as related to nutrition." PAULINE O. EIGLER, " The effect of unusual stimulation on motor coordination in children." EVELYN GENTRY, " Methods of discrim- ination training in white rats. ' ROBERT CLIFTON LUMPKIN, Con- ditions determining nystagmus in the rabbit." JOSEPH EUGENE MORSE, " Galvarlometric indications of auditory sensitivity." ORVAL HOBART MOWRER, ' The modification of nystagmus by means of repetition." Kansas: ERNEST KINGSTON PATTON, The psychology of insight. WARREN WESLEY WILCOX, A new theory of the visual resolution threshold." Michigan: PHYLLIS ELIZABETH DELF SWANN, On the inheritance of spasmophemia, stammering and stuttering." LLOYD STUART WOODBURNE, " The effect of a constant visual angle upon the bin- ocular discrimination of depth differences." Minnesota: LEWIS ETHELBERT DRAKE, Studies on the proprioceptive functions in the rat. STARKE ROSECRANS HATHAWAY, An action potential study of neuromuscular relations during the simple reac- tion. MARION LOUISE MATTSON, The relation between the com- plexity of the habit to be acquired and the form of the learning curve in young children." PHILLIP [USTIN RULON, " A statistical study of the strong vocational interest blank." EDWARD. ALFRED RUNDQUIST, " Inheritance of spontaneous acti~Tity in the rat." ELLA LYDIA WIEG, " Bi-lateral transfer in the motor learning of young children and adults."

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:~ Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West Nebraska: ROY WALTER DEAL, " An attempt to develop study habits in college. W~rAM EDWARD WALTON, Color vision and color preference in the albino rat." Northwestern: DOROTHY MARY MORGAN, " An experimental investiga- tion of the choice reaction." Ohio State: ELINOR .JULIA BARNES, ' A comparative study of the permanently employed undergraduate women in The Ohio State University. Was CARTER BEASLEY, Discrimination of the binary phase cycle." ~.. . . CLIFTON WA~r~AcE HALL, Collection and e~ra~uat~on ot soc~o-economic indices in relation to educational vari- ables. EDWIN RUTHVAN HENRY, Development of a series of comprehensive diagnostic tests in educational psychology." MAuR~cs CURTIS LANGHORNE, " Age and sex differences in pursuitmeter learning." C~ARENcEHARRYSME~TzER,"Anexperimentalevalua- tion of certain teaching procedures in educational psychology." KENNETH LUDWIG SMOKE, ' An objective study of concept forma- tion." LORENE TEEGARDEN, Seeing things backwards: A study of the relation between the tendency to reversal in reading and other clinical symptoms in first-grade children." RALPH GAULT WHISLER, " Modifications of the post-contraction reflex." Pennsylvania: LEON ARONS, " Serial learning and generalized ab- straction. MARNE LAURITSEN GROFF, An analysis of first year vocabulary of the public residential schools for the deaf in the United States. WINSLOW NICHOLS HALLETT, The application of the method of constant stimuli to two visual Gestalten." AGNES ANNE KAMPER, " The effect of functional periodicity upon the mental efficiency of college women. MABEL REBECCA PARSON, A com- parison of orthogenic backward children and regular grade children at the six-year performance level." RICHARD SAMUEL SCHULTZ, " A study of the two story duplicate maze. The relation of maze adaptibility, maze learning and general intelligence." EDWIN FORBES TAIT, " A reciprocal reflex system in the accommodation-conver- gence relationship. WILLIAM LYNFORD VAN BUSKIRK, An ex- perimental study of vividness in learning and retention." Pittsburgh: CARROLL A. WHI:TMER, "Peripheral form and pattern discrimination under dark adaptation." Princeton: KENNETH WALTER BRALY, The influence of past experi- ence in visual perception." GEORGE PLANT HORTON, " A quantitative study of hearing in the guinea pig (Cavia cobaya)." Stanford: ROBERT GIBBON BERNREUTER, The evaluation of a pro- posed new method for constructing personality trait tests." CLAR ENCE RAY CARPENTER, The effects of complete and partial gona

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Doctorates Conferred ~n the Sciences: Hall and West 53 dectomy on the behavior of the male pigeon." WILLIAM STURGEON CASSELBERRY, " Symptomatic factors in delinquency." QUINN MC- NEMAR, " Twin resemblances in certain motor skills and the effect of practice thereon. ELISE HENRIETTA MARTENS, A study of the overt problem behavior of school children exposed to clinical adjustment." ALBERT WALTON, " The effect of age on motor abili- ties in athletes." Syracuse: RICHARD L. SCHANCK, A community and its groups and institutions conceived of as behavior of individuals." Texas: CARLOS PRADO KLING, A statistical study of the relations of neurasthenic, dyspeptic and allergic symptoms." Western Reserve: MARGUERITE R. HERTZ, " Concerning the re- liability and the validity of the Rorschach ink-blot test." Wisconsin: RUTH KATHERINE BYRNS, Scholastic aptitude and col- lege achievement. JOHN ROY CAMPBELL, A study of aesthetic values in relation to pictorial matter." VERGIL EUGENE LYON, " A study of certain measures of teaching ability." JOSEPH PESSIN, " The effect of external conditions on memory." EMIL EMANUEL SAMUELSON, " A study of school performance and vocational choices of a high-school graduating class." Yale: DONALD GEORGE MARQUIS, Brightness discrimination in dogs after removal of the striate cortex." ARTHUR WEEVER MELTON, " A comparative study of the materials commonly employed in ex- perimental investigations of memory." ROBERT SEE SACKETT, " The influence of symbolic rehearsal upon the retention of a maze habit." ROBERT RICHARDSON SEARS, A neurological study of conditioned responses in goldfish." PUBLIC HEALTH Johns Hopkins: JAM ES ANDERSON CRABTREE, A study of the prevalence and mortality of tuberculosis in the negro population of Kingsport, Tennessee." AYODHYA NATH DAS, "A study of the trend of age selection of poliomyelitis in the United States since 1910." HUGO MUENCH, JR., " Epidemic encephalitis in Minnesota. A statistical analysis of reported cases from ~9~9 through ~929." DANKEST LAMONT SECKINGER, Studies upon the blood chemistry and the clinical and immunological nature of infectious myxoma." RALPH EMERSON WHEELER, A study of mortality and morbidity in children exposed to household contact with pulmonary tubercu- losis in adults." Michigan: LLOYD ROLLAND GATES, A study of pernicious anemia. ADOLPH J. ROTH, " Filtrable forms of bacteria in sewage."

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~4 Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and Tlest Yale: CHANG KENG WU, " Correlation between health and economic factors by counties throughout the United States." SEISMOLOGY California: VICTOR CYRIL STECHSCHULTE, " The Japanese Earthquake of March 29, ~928 and the problem of depth of focus." St. Louis University: ERNEST ATKINSON HODGSON, A seismometric study of the Tango Earthquake, Japan." ZOOLOGY American: LEON A. FOX, " Teleological factors in evolution." Brown: JANET LEGGAT JOHNSTON, ' Some effects of potassium cyanide upon the brush border and batonnet segments of the kidney of the frog, Rana pip~;ns, Schreber. ' Ross CLAYTON MCCARDLE, The effect of temperature on mitochondria in liver cells of fish." SAMUEL MILTON NABRIT, " Regeneration in the tail-fins of fishes." CLAUDE DOWELL WILLIAMS, ' Regeneration in DapEnia lor~gispina, includ- ing a comparison of the regeneration of a highly functional organ with that of a regressing and functionless, or slightly functional organ." California: STANLEY FULLER BAILEY, The life history of the bean thrips, with special reference to certain ecological factors." W~r~AM VINCENT LAMBERT, Selection for resistance to fowl typhoid in the chicken with reference to its inheritance." RONALD FRASER MAcLENNAN, " The pulsatory cycle of the contractile vacuoles in the O phryoscolecid~." ALDEN EARL NOBLE, " On Tokophrya len~- narum Stein (S~ctoric&), with an account of its budding and con- jugation. ANDREW LEE PICKENS, Distribution and life histories of the species of Ret?culitermes hol~gren in California." OWEN LEIGHTON WILLIAMS, Ecological factors in the distribution of the subterranean termites Retic1,sliterl~nes hesperus and Retic?`liter~nes tibialis.'' PAUL THOMAS WILSON, " A study of twins, with special reference to hereditary as a factor in the determination of environ- ment differences." Chicago: RALPH MORRIS BUCHSBAUM, Size of explant and volume 0 f medium in tissue cultures. WILLIAM ALBERT DREYER, The effect of hibernation and seasonal variation of temperature on the respiratory behavior of Farina ulkei, Emery." RUTH GLADYS HOLTON, " The differentiation of liver and pancreatic primordia and tissues of the chick embryo in chorio-allantoic grafts." Was HUGH iOHNSoN, " Effects of population density on the rate of re

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West 55 production in Oxytricha.~ JAY FREDERICK WESLEY PEARSON, " Studies on the ecological relations of bees, in the Chicago region." DOROTHEA RUDNICK, " Thyroid-forming potencies of the early chick blastoderm. JESSE FRANK SCHUETT, ' Studies in mass physiology: The effect of numbers upon the oxygen consumption of fishes." CHARLES HAMILTON SEEVERS, Potencies of the end-bud and other caudal levels of the early chick embryo, with special reference to the origin of the metanephros. GRETCHEN SHAW, The effect of biologically conditioned water on the rate of growth of fishes and amphibia. KATHRYN FORNEY STEIN, ' The location and differ- entiation of the presumptive ectoderm of the forebrain and hy- pophysis as shown by chorio-allantoic grafts. ' HERLUF HALDAN STRANDSKOV, " Ejects of x-rays in a highly inbred strain of guinea pigs." Colorado: NORMA LE VEQUE, Mites of genus Dinogamasus living on carpenter bees of genus Mesotrich~a." Columbia: RACHEL BOWLING, " Cytological studies on the monocystid Gregarine zygocylis comely Stein. WILHELMINA FRAN CE.S DUNN- ING, " A study of the eject of x-ray radiation on occurrence of abnormal individuals, mutation rate, viability and fertility of the parasitic wasp, Habrobracon juglandis. MARC A. GRAUBARD, " In- version in Drosophila melarzogaster. HARRY GRUNDFEST, The dim vision visibility function of the sunfish, Lepo!~is." HENRY HERBERT JOHNSON, ' Centrioles and other cytoplasmic components of the male germ cells of the Gryllidae." Cornell: LLOYD LAWRENCE BOLTON, Basophile (mast) cells in the alimentary canal of salmonoid fishes. AUBURN EDMOND BROKER, " A study of the bionomics of the genus Catrocala in North America Lepid. rzoctuidae) ." LESLIE EDWARr) DILLS, " A study of some fatty acids and their potassium soaps as contact insecticides." RAY- MOND EARLE DOUGLAS, A study of certain insects injurious to ornamental greenhouse plants with special reference to the Coccidae." [OSEPH DOUGLAS HOOD, " The classification of the Thysanoptera." YIN-CM! HSU, " Biology of genus Ecdyon?`rus of northeastern North America. ALEXANDER BARRETT KLOTS, A generic re- vision of the Pieridae (Lepidoptera) with a study of the male genitalia. ' ELSIE BROUGHTON KLOTS, A venetional study of the Gomphinae ' order Odonata.' " GIDEON TINGWEI LEW, " Head of odonata with special reference to the development of the com- pound eyes. ALBERT GLENN RICHARDS, JR., Comparative skeletal morphology of the noctuid tympanurl~. GEORGE BRADFORD SAWN_

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Doctorates Conferred In the Sciences: Hull and West DERS, "A taxonomic revision of the meadowlarks of the genus Sturnella vieillot and the natural history of the eastern meadowlark Sturnella magi lasagna ~ Linnaeus ~ ." TOH N VICTOR S HANKWEILER, " The regeneration of the poison glands of the Contra.') ANNE LOUISE STEGER, " The genus Epher~erella in northeastern North America. GEORGE MIKSCH SUTTON, The birds of Southhampton Island, Hudson Bay." JAY R. TRAVER, " Mayflies of North Caro- lina. ' WILFRED AUGUST WELTER, The natural history and tax- onomy of the marsh wren, Tel~Katodytes pal?`stris (Wilson)." FRANCIS HENRY WILSON, ' A biological and systematic study of the Mallophaga." Duke: LEON CAREY CHESLEY, " A study of digestion in marine fishes with a critique of amylase methods." George Washington: MYRNA FRANCES ~ONES, The larva of the cyclophillid cestodes of birds." Harvard: THEODORE WILLETT TORREY, The relation of taste-buds to their nerve-fibers." Illinois: WILLARD MARION GERSBACHER, The development of stream bottom communities in central Illinois. BENJAMIN HARVEY MILE, " The development of the thymus and thyroid glands in uremia calva." DANIEL IRVIN RASMUSSEN, Biotic communities of the Kaibab Plateau." WILLARD FRANCIS STANLEY, " The effect of temperature upon wing size in Drosophila. LAWRENCE CLIFFORD THOMAS, " Fertility and oestrum in the rat." Indiana: HERMAN THEODORE SPIETH, The phylogeny of some mayfly genera." Iowa: ROBERT TOWNER HILL, " Blood exchange and hormonic reactions in parabiotic rats. WILLIAM THEODORE LEVINE, The effects of x-rays on the larval gonads of Ranch clamitans." ERVIN RAYMOND VAN DER JAGT, " The origin and development of the anterior lymph sacs in the sea turtle ~ Thalassochelys caretta`)." Iowa State College: RoY MELVIN, " Physiological studies on the effect of flies and fly sprays on cattle. FRED E. WHITEHEAD, The effect of arsenic, as used in the control of grasshoppers, upon birds." Johns Hopkins: GERRIT BEVELANDER, Behavior of the Cercariae of Bucephulus elegans with special reference to the effect of light and temperature." LUCILE J. CALDWELL, " The endomictic cycle and its relation to the origin of heritable variations in Para~neciu~n aurelia." BERNARD KILOTON COHEN, " Inheritance in an inbred clone of circular E?,lplotes patella. GEORGE EDWIN DANIEL, A study of a parasitic disease of the sea herring, Clu~pea hareng?~s." TAKEO

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West 57 IMAT, " The influence of temperature on variation and inheritance of bodily dimensions in Drosophila r~elanogaster. ROBERT FRANK- LIN PITTS, " The relation between hydrogen ion concentration, inor- ganic salts concentration and rate of locomotion in ~w~oeba proteus." CLIFFORD LADD PROSSER, " Correlation between structure and func- tion in the neuromuscular system of the earthworm, Eisenia foetida, Sav." DoYs ANDREW SHORB, " Host-parasite relations of Hyw~eno- lepis fYaterna in the rat and the mouse. GERALD FREEMAN WIN- FIELD, " Quantitative experimental studies on the rat nematode Heterakis sp?`w~osa' Schneider, ~866." Michigan: Erwin PHILIP CREASER, " The relationships of the Eastern North American crayfishes, with a revision of the genus Faxoniu~s." LESLIE RAY HEDRICK, The life history of Spiroxys contorts (Rudolph)) and a revision of the genus Sp~roxys." KIMBER CLEAVER KUSTER, A study of the general biology, morphology of the respiratory system and respiration of certain aquatic Strati- omyia and Odontomyu~ larvae (Diptera). CANUTO GUEVARRA MANuE~, " The relation of gulls and terns to the commercial fish- eries of Saginaw Bay, Michigan, with particular reference to the common tern, Sterna Hirundo Linnaeus." GEORGE M. Pr~AGENS, " An embryological study of a special strain of deformed x-rayed mice with special reference to the etiology and morphogenesis of the abnormalities." J. K. GWYNN SILVEY, " An ecological investiga- tion of the burrowing inner beach insects of some fresh-water lakes." ALFRED HENRY STOCKARD, " The cyclic changes in the ovary of the prairie dog, Cyno~vnys leucurus Merriam." TEUNIS VERGEER, " Di- phyllobothrinw' latent in North America, with notes on related cestoda." Minnesota: JOHN STANLEY, "The mathematical theory of a single species insect population." Nebraska: ALEXANDER V. ARETON, " An ecological study of the mole with special reference to Scalopus aquaticus ~nachrinus and Scalopus aquaticus machrinoides." WILLIAM DAMPIER WEBSTER, Pharyn- geal derivatives of Nectars r~cu~losus." Ohio State: FRED CORRY BISEOPP, " The cattle tick: Its biology and control. EDWARD PAUL BREAKEY, A review of the genus Macropsis Lewis (Homop. cicadellid~. HARRY FREDERIC DIETZ, " A study of shale oil as a contact insecticide: A contribution to the search for nicotine substitutes." HARRY LUDWIG GU], " The potato scab-gnat, P~nyxia scabies Hopkins. JOE WISEMAN How- LAND, " Ecological and life history studies on a new species of black bass, Micropterus pse~daplites Hubbs." LYDIA ANNA JAHN, " The

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hull and West embryology of the black fly. EUGENE GILLESPIE KELSHEIMER, Response of corn borer moths to colored lights. GEORGE FRANK- LIN KNOWLTON, " Studies on the beet leafhopper in Northern Utah." LENNIE YOUNG LANCASTER, A seasonal quantitative study of the bottom shore fauna of Lake Erie." JOHN ALLLEN MILLER, " The behavior of the leech, Haernopis marmoratis ( Say) ." HERBERT TIRRILL OSBORNE-, " Biological control as applied to certain tropical crop pests. ARCHIE NEWTON TISSOT, A systematic study of the ~phididw of Florida." Pennsylvania: FRANK LESTER ELSE, " The developmental anatomy of male genitalia in Melanopl?`s dillerer~ti~is [~Loc?~stidae, ~crididae (:Orthoplera~) i." CHARLES HODGE, 4TH, ' Growth and nutrition of Melanoplus di~erer~tialis (~Orthoptera: ~cridiae). I. Growth on a satisfactory mixed diet and on diets of single food plants." HORACE GARDINER RICHARDS, Marine fossils from New Jersey indicating a mild interglacial stage." Pittsburgh: PAUL RUSSELL CUTRIGHT, The spermatogenesis of the mouse." EDGAR PERCIVAL JONES, " Paramecium infusion histories: III. Population and size changes within a pure line." BEN H. KETTLEKAMP, " Some problems of the prostate gland in the physi- ology of the white rat. JEAN MACCREIGHT, The regeneration of the spinal cord in adult Triturus virid escens. EDGAR VAN SLYKE. " On some correlates of neonteny in the red-spotted newt, Tritur'~s viridescens. HOMER CHRISTIAN WILL, The taxonomic status and distribution of the known species of ten Thredininae of North America." Princeton: PETER ANDREW SNELL, " The control of luminescence in the lampyrid fireflies with special reference to the effect of oxygen on flash production." Radcliffe: MADELEINE PARKER GRANT, An experimental study of anterior pituitary-thyroid relationships in Urodeles with reference to the release of colloids during metamorphosis." Rutgers: ROBERT C. BURDETTE, I. Some of the principles governing the production and the relation of air-floated oil particles to the toxicity of contact oil sprays to insects. II. The effect of talc on the oviposition of a trupetid (Spilographa electa Say.) III. Prin- ciples involved in the successful use of inert dusts for insect control." Stanford: LUDWIG ERNEST HERE, The culture of Balances crenatus and the morphology of the later stages." Texas: HIRAM BENTLEY GLASS, A study of dominant mosaic eye- color mutants in Drosophila w~elanogaster." i

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Doctorates Conferred in the Sciences: Hall and West 59 Virginia: TEANNETTE SEEDS CARTER, The reaction of stenostomum to vital staining." Washington: MARTIN WIGGO JOHNSON, Seasonal distribution of the plankton at Friday Harbor, Washington. LEONARD PETER SCHULTZ, " The life history of ~therinops Minis oregonia Tordan and Snyder and of other subspecies of baysmelt along the Pacific Coast of the United States." Western Reserve: DANIEL PAUL Qualm, " The development of the sino-atrial region of the chick heart." Wisconsin: fOSEPH GEORGE BATER, Quantitative studies on precipi- tins. RALPH JORDAN BAILEY, The f emale reproductive cycle of the viviparous teleost, Xiphophorus helleri. NELLIE MAE BILSTAD, " Histological changes in the pituitary after adrenalectomy and his- tology of the pituitary gland after thyroidectomy and thyroid feeding. PAUL LESTER ERRINGTON, The northern bobwhite; environmental factors influencing its status." Was MARTIN VAN HORN, " The relation of the thyroid to the hypophysis and ovary." ELDYN EVERETT VAN LONE, The inheritance, histology and physi- ology of a new type of sterility, sexual hypogenesis in the domestic guinea-pig. HAROLD RECLUS WOLFE, Factors which may modify precipitin reactions in their applications to zoology and medicine." Yale: NORMAN HEIFER ARNOLD, Limb induction with special reference to mesodermal migration in ~mbl:~sto~na pu,~ctatu~.'' DONALD HENRY BARRON, "The results of the interchange of peripheral nerves between the fore and hind limbs of albino rats." RICHARD MARSHALL BOND, " On the food and feeding habits of the marine zooplankton. ESTHER CARPENTER, The origin of the head pattern in the amphibian embryo studied by vital staining and transplanta- tion. [OHN WENDELL EVERETT, Functions of the placental mem- branes of the albino rat as indicated by their reactions to vital dyes. ISABEL WESTCOTT HARPER, The anatomy of normal and reduplicated limbs in amphibia, with special reference to musculature and vascularization. DOROTHY CARLETON HEWITT, Xenoplastic transplantation of amphibian eye rudiments." GAIRDNER BOSTWICK MOMENT, " The effect of the rate of growth on the organ dimensions of the white rat." AUSTIN PHELPS, " The nutrition of paramecium." WALTER ALVA STULTZ, " Experiments on the development of the hind limb of ~wblystoma puncta.tum."