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    • Tristram And Iseult Cycle Of The Arthurian Legend In English Literature 

      Jensen, Leonard (1934-04-01)
      A discussion of the Tristram and Iseult cycle in English literature would he incomplete without a short hut comprehensive history of the evolution of the Arthurian legend as a whole. Little is known of the beginnings of ...
    • Biological Backgrounds Of Sterilization 

      Mears, Claud (1934-04-01)
      The question, or rather, the problem of sterilization of the unfit has been very forcibly carried into the minds of the people in the past few years. With 400,000 Germans eligible for sterilization under the law, the ...
    • The Merlin Theme In English Literature 

      Murphy, Leo (1934-04-01)
      Of all the cycles of the Arthurian Legend the cycle of Merlin is the greatest for the others are based on Merlin's prophecies. As Arthur represents the physical force in the world so Merlin represents the intellectual ...
    • The Influence Of Neo-Patonic Thought Upon The Literature Of The Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries 

      Dougherty, Leo (1935-04-01)
      There is a fundamental principle in philosophy to the effect that the world of thought revolves in cycles, a principle which all schools of thought allow. So deep-rooted in the very entrails of the history of the world are ...
    • Cardinal Newman in the Nineteenth Century: His Relation to Science 

      Andersen, Albert (1935-04-01)
      Scientific philosophy and false of the nineteenth century had gone to extremes. It is in the face of certain difficulties which this century presents that we look into the works of Cardinal John Henry Newman, one of the ...
    • Catholic Action 

      White, Charles (1936-04-01)
      Today there are exist lag in the world two opposing systems of thought. The first is that of Christianity, based on a philosophy of life which maintains that the origin and end of life can and must be found in God. Upon ...
    • The Origin Of Place Names In Powell, Granite, Deer Lodge, Missoula, And Ravalli Counties Of Montana 

      Plummer, J. Bruce (1936-04-01)
      An investigation into the origin of place names in Powell, Granite, Deer Lodge, Missoula, and Ravalli counties of Montana is likely to be regarded by most people as an interesting by not particularly valuable pursuit. It ...
    • The Basic Philosophy Of Social Welfare Legislation 

      Provost, Oscar (1937-04-01)
      The purpose of this presentation is not to evaluate, defend or attack either Federal or state programs for social security, but, simply to explain their application to Montana. It is to be understood, however, that while ...
    • The Action Of Antiseptics And Disinfectants On Pathogenic Organisms Under Various Conditions And In Different Strengths 

      Sonntag, Richard (1937-04-01)
      Since the beginning of history it has been known that the use of certain agents applied to wounds aided in their healing. Spices and arsenicals, which we now know to have antiseptic properties, were applied in diseases of ...
    • Health Services Under The Social Security Act 

      Kolly, Leo (1937-04-01)
      In this dissertation it will be my purpose to set forth the provisions of the Federal Social Security Act, passed in August, 1933, as it affects the two phases of health work; namely, Public Health Work and Maternal and ...
    • Old Age Assistance In Montana Prior To And Under The Social Security Act 

      Tuttle, Ferson (1937-04-01)
      The purpose of this thesis is to give such information as is available and as is deemed necessary concerning the provisions made for old age assistance in the "Public Welfare Act" of Montana under the federal "Social ...
    • The Concept Of Law And Its Divisions According To St. Thomas Aquinas, With Special Reference To The Natural Law 

      White, James (1938-04-01)
      That there is a pressing need for a true and definite code of ethics is one of the most patent facts of our day. Even a superficial glimpse at man's most important relations--those dealing with God, with other men, whether ...
    • The Vocabulary Of The Gospel Of St. Matthew 

      Lengowski, Albert (1938-04-01)
      In our high schools of to-day students studying Latin are given the works of such classic writers as Caesar and Cicero to translate. statistics show that lost of these students do not continue with their Latin studies in ...
    • Vocabulary Of St. Luke's Gospel 

      Sullivan, Gerard (1938-04-01)
      According to statistics, large numbers of high school students give up the study of Latin after one or two years. The difficulties and lack of utility in the study of Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil are assigned as the causes. ...
    • A Survey Of Contemporary Knowledge Of Blood Grouping And Its Importance In Blood Transfusion 

      Casey, Raymond (1938-04-01)
      Blood grouping has emerged from an obscure position to one of foremost importance to medical science. At the same time it has become of practical usefulness in ethnological study, in the determination of parentage, and ...
    • Vocational Rehabilitation In Montana 

      Conn, Robert (1939-04-01)
      Vocational Rehabilitation is a program of restoration of physically disabled persons to remunerative employment. This service comprises all those activities which are necessary to the preparation of handicapped persons for ...
    • The Thomistic Approach To A Knowledge Of God 

      Frigge, Norbert (1939-04-01)
      There is, today, a dire need for a philosophy which will put order into the chaos of modern thought; which will give mankind a refuge from neo-pagan racialism and atheistic communism; which will save man from himself; and ...
    • The Constitution Of Montana And What It Means Today 

      Graham, James (1939-04-01)
      By the act of admission the United states transferred to the state full authority to exercise complete sovereignty in the enforcement of state law over all lands not reserved, though the United States retained their ...
    • The Radiation And Directive Characteristics Of Antenna Arrays 

      Collins, John (1939-04-01)
      An understanding of the mechanism by which energy is radiated from an antenna is the purpose of this thesis. It was generally believed, until 1920, that radio waves traveled in an ever expanding circle, like the ripples ...
    • The Relation Between The Vocational Group And Industrial Expansion Programs 

      Harrington, Daniel (1940-04-01)
      The object of my thesis is to point out the relation between two new economic programs, namely, The Vocational Group as proposed by Pope Pius XI and Industrial Expansion as proposed by Mordecai Ezekiel. First we shall ...