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Study of the effectiveness of three racing starts in swimming
This research was designed to compare the effectiveness of three methods of performing the racing "start" in competitive swimming. The three "starts" are: (1) "arms back" (2) "arms down" and (3) "arms front." The subjects ...
Effect of skill and personality on activity choice
This was a two phase, experimental study conducted at Westby, Wisconsin high school. The first phase was designed to test the hypothesis that there exists a relationship between a person's skill in an activity and his ...
Upper Mississippi River Improvement Association
Analysis of the essay, Lord Bacon, by Lord Macaulay, with the purpose of revealing early Victorian values
The essay Lord Bacon (1837) by Lord Macaulay, is an excellent source for ideas which Macaulay and early middle class Victorians considered important. The Victorian Age, also called the Age of Faith, the Age of Reform, and ...
Investigation of selected studies from 1930 to 1967 concerning emotional disturbances among young disabled readers
Statement of the problem: The purpose of this investigation is to examine the available literature concerning emotional disturbances among young disabled readers. Specific areas deemed significant for consideration are: ...
Survey of recreational book reading by fifth through eighth grade pupils in Lutheran elementary schools of the Western Wisconsin Teachers' Conference
Statement of problem: Lutheran elementary school teachers as well as other elementary teachers need to be interested in the recreational book reading of their pupils. Beneficial guidance of the pupils in recreational ...
Influence of King Edward VI (1547-1553) on English ecclesiastical history
Edward VI presents a far more formidable and less pathetic figure than most historians have indicated. The role he played in the Protestant Reformation in England has been greatly underestimated. It was the purpose of this ...
Presentation of the Negro in the American theatre from 1920 to 1965
This paper is an attempt to discover how the Negro has been presented in the American Theatre from 1920 to 1965. The method of procedure has been to read and analyze the plays of national importance written about Negroes ...
John Jacob Esch -- a Wisconsin Congressman and the World War I era
This is a study of the political life of Congressman John Jacob Esch during the years from 1914-1919. This study is not intended to be a mere political biography, however. The extraordinary domestic situation brought about ...