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VANCOUVER, B. C. UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 1953 PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY AND STAFF JULY I, 1951 JUNE 30, 1952 PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY AND STAFF July 1, 1951 - June 30, 1952 ANDERSON, W.J. “Land classification and rural zoning Discussion.” farm economics 33:777-9 November 1951. Journal of 1 “National and international aspects of agricultural development.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 5: 143-53 1952. 2 University of British Columbia Publications Bibliographical Series No, 3 This Faculty Bibliography has been published under the general direction of the University Editorial Committee, but special thanks are due to the staff of the Reference Division of the University Library who did the basic work of preparation. ANDREW, G,C. “Literature and criticism.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:30-1 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 3 ANGUS, H.F. “The balance of power.” Queen’s quarterly 58:305-11 Autumn 1951. 4 “The Canadian royal commission on the arts, letters, and sciences.” Western political quarterly 4:577-82 December 1951. 5 Common sense about inflation. Published for the Royal Society of Canada by the University of Toronto press, Toronto, June 1952. 10 p. BELL, D.K. “The outlook for business in 1952. British Columbia.” Pacific northwest industry 11:73-7 January 1952. 6 7 BESLEY, LOWELL “Potential international timber supply.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 5:163-71 1952. Reprinted in Canadian pulpand paper industry 5:118-26 April 1952; reprinted as “The world’s timber supply” in British Columbia lumberman 36:36’8, 119-21 July 1952; 36:49+ August 1952. 8 “Viewpoints on forest tenure.” Pulp and paper magazine of Canada 53:312-3+ Convention issue 1952. 9 I BIELY, JACOB “The effect of aureomycin and vitamins on the growth rate of chicks.” Jacob Biely and. B.E. March. Science 114:330-1 September 28 1951. 10 “The effect of carrier on the relative utilization, of different forms of vitamin A by the chick.” B.E. March, E.English and Jacob Biely. Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 36:259-68 April 1952. 11 “The effect of feeding aureomycin on the bacterial content of chick feces.” B. March and Jacob Biely. Poultry science 31: 177-8 January 1952. 12 Feed formulae for poultry 1952. J. Biely and B.E. March. De partrnent of poultry husbandry, University of British Columbia, and Poultry branch, Department of agriculture, Province of British Columbia, 1952. 12 p. .[mimeographedl Also published as Poultry circular number 37, Poultry branch, Department of agriculture, Province of British Columbia, 1952. 13 “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. IlL Effect of heating fat-containing and hexane-.extracted meal.” Jacob Biely, B.E. March and FLL.A.. Tarr, Fisheries re search board of Canada, Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 89:79-81 December 1951. 14 “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles, IV. A comparison of herring meals made by drying herring press cake commercially and experimentally at a lower temperature.” Jacob Biely, B.E. March and H.L,A. Tarr, Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 90: 10-3 March 1952. 15 “Peileted feed screenings as scratch feed in a poultry ration.” J. Biely, D.. Cooper and B. March. Poultry science 30:778-85 September 1951. 16 RIELY, JACOB (cont,) “Wheat versus corn in the Connecticut broiler ration.” J. Biely, BE. March, G.L. Inkin and G.T. Eedy. Poultry science 30:593-8 July 1951. 18 BIRNEY, A.E. Poems: “Bushed,” Contemporary verse 36:5 Fall 1951. 19 “St Valentine is past.” Contemporary verse 36:6 Fall 1951. 20 BLACK, E.C. “Upper lethal temperatures. of some British Columbia fresh-water fishes.” Federation proceedings 11:14 March 1952. [abstractj 21 BORDEN, C.E. “An archeological reconnaissance of Tweedsmuir Park,B,C.” Museum and art notes. 2d series. 2:9-15 April 1952. 22 “Facts and problems of Northwest Coast prehistory.” British Columbia. Provincial museum. Anthropology in British Columbia 2:35-52 1951. 23 “Notes on the pre-history of the Southern North-west Coast.” British Columbia historical quarterly 14:241-6 October 1950. 24 “The original model for Lessing’s ‘Der junge Gelehrte’.” Califor nia, University. Publications i,n modern philology 36:113-28 1952. 25 BOURNE, C.B. “International law - Unimplemented treaties - Their effect on municipal law - Public policy.” Canadian bar review 29:969-74 November 1951. 26 BRYCE, W.A. “The ionization potentials of the deuterated methanes.” F.P. Lossing, A.W. Tickner and WA. Bryce. Journal of chemical physics 19: 1254-8 October 1951. 27 “Mass spectrometric analysis of deuterated hydrocarbons.” A.W. Tickner, W,A. Bryce and F.P. Lossing. American chemical society. Journal 73:5001-2 October 1951. 28 “A study of rations .“ February 9 the comparative nutritive value of commercial broiler Jacob Biely and B.E. March. Feedstuffs 24:30 1952. 17 2 3 BUCKLAND, D.C. “Management of western hemlock infested with dwarf mistletoe.” D.C. Buckland and E.G. Marples. British Columbia lumberman 36:50-1+ May 1952. “Rodent damage to western hemlock.” D.C. Buckland and E.G. Marples. Forestry chronicle 28:25-30 June 1952. 29 30 CHANG, HELEN “Clostridium botulinum, type E.” C.E. Dolman and Helen Chang. Canadian journal of public health 4338 January 1952. LaDstract] CHANT, S.N.F. “The place of foreign language instruction in the faculty of arts and science.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:6-9 1951. 31 Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 32 CHAPMAN, J.D. “Climate of British Columbia.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 5:8-33 1952. 33 CLARK, R.M. The municipal business tax in Canada. Toronto, Canadian tax foundation, 1952. 54 p. (Canadian tax papers number 5) 34 CLEMENS, W.A. “The natural foods of Kamloops trout (Salmo gairdneri kamloops).” British Columbia. Game department. Game convention ... report of proceedings 5:75-80 1951. 35 COULTHABD, JEAN Four etu.des, number I. Toronto, H4I Canada Limited, 1952. 39 Four etudes, number II. Toronto, E\4I Canada Limited, 1952 . 40 COWAN, I.McT. “A comparative study of the myology of the head region in three species of Thamnophis (Reptilia, Ophidia).” I.McT. Cowan and W.B.M. Hick. Royal society of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series. 45(section 5):l9-60 1951. 41 “The diseases and parasites of big game mammals of Western Canada.” British Columbia. Game department. Game convention report of proceedings 5:37-64 1951. COWIE, MURRAY “Theories of the fairy-tale.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers, Proceedings 2:23-4 1951. 42 Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. CROUCH, L.G.R. “Engineering education at the University of British Columbia.” British Columbia professional engineer 2: 11-5 August 1951. DAGGETT, H.M. “The Shedlovsky extrapolation function.” American chemical society. Journal 73:4977 October 1951. 43 44 45 DALLAS, DOROTHY “Paris au milieu de notre siecle.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:35-7 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. “On the migration of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus).” Royal society of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series. 45(section5):9- 17 1951. 36 “Tagging fish.” In The Book of knowledge annual. 1951. p,116-7. 37 CONSTANTIN IDES, PARIS “An.immediate kidney response to acute stress.” Endocrinology 49: 512-21 October 1951. 38 4 DIXON, W.G. “public administration and the Doukhobor Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report search committee, ed, by H.B. Hawthorn. of British Columbia, 1952. p,175-22 DOLMAN, CE. “Clostridium botulinum, type E.” G.E. Dolman and Helen Chang. Canadian journal of public health 43:38 January 1952. Labstract] 31 5 46 coirmunity.” In The of the Doukhobor re Vancouver, University 47 DOLMAN, C.E. (coat.) “Comments on Salmonella-Shigella infections.” Vancouver medical association. Bulletin 28:274-5 May 1952. 48 - ELLIOT, J.A. “Some surgical aspects of melanoma.” Vancouver medical associ ation. Bulletin 28: 171-5 March 1952. 49 FRATICIN, LB. “Potassium deficiency in surgical patients.” Western journal of surgery, obstetrics and gynecology 60: 168-74 April 1952. 50 “Retroperitoneal pelvic leiomyosarcoma.” L.B. Fratkin, I.W. Stoffman and E. Landa. British journal of surgery 29: 506-9 May 1952. 51 “The treatment of varicose veins.” LB. Fratkin and H.L. Jackes. Canadian medical association. Journal 65:367-72 October 1951. 52 FRIEDMAN, C.L. “The effect of adrenal cortical extract, ll-desoxy-17-hydroxy- corticosterone acetate (compound S) and il-dehydrocorticosterone acetate (compound A) on the cardiovascular-renal action of desoxycorticosterone acetate.” Sydney M. Friedman and Constance L, Friedman. Endocrinology 49:318-24 September 1951, 53 FRIEDMAN, S.M. “Desoxycorticosterone acetate (DCA) in the experimental study of the etiology of essential hypertension.” Journal of gerontology 6:suppl to number 3:89 1951. [abstract] 54 “The effect of adrenal cortical extract, ll-desoxy-17-hydroxy- corticosterone acetate (compound S) and il-dehydrocorticosterone acetate (compound A) on the cardiovascular-renal action of desoxycorticosterone acetate.” Sydney M. Friedman and Constance L. Friedman. Endocrinology 49:318-24 September 1951. 53 GAThERCOLE, P.M. “Foreign language plays.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Bulletin 1:3-5 Spring 1952. 55 GIANOLA, UF, “Investigation of magnetic lenses having the axial field H(o,z)=r/zr. Physical society (London). Proceedings 65B:597- 603 August 1952. 56 GRANT, W,L. “Cicero, pro Mi lone, 98.” Classical review 45(n.s.l):9 March 1951. 57 “A general linguistics course.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:31-3 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 58 “Hebrew, Aramaic and the Greek of the gospels.” Greece and Rome 20:115-22 October 1951. “Pico and ‘Malius’.” Philological quarterly 31:95-6 January 1952. GRUCHY, M.J. “The first snow.” Canadian poetry magazine 15:22 Spring 1952. 60 61 HALPERN, J. “Resonance energy in carbomium ions.” Journal of chemical physics 20:744-5 April 1952. 62 “Ionization of triphenyl methyl chloride in nitroalkanes.” Bentley, Alwym G. Evans and J. Halpern. Faraday society. Transactions 47:711-6 July 1951. A. 63 HARLOW, NEAL “War and peace in California (1848-1850).” In Vlesterners brand book, 1950. p.23-31. Los Angeles, The Los Angeles Westerners, 1951. 232 p. 64 HARRISON, ELLIOTr “Evaluation of newer techniques in the surgical scrub.” Elliott Harrison and W.H. Cockcroft. Canadian medical association. Journal 66:110-2 February 1952. 65 59 6 7 HAWTHORN, H,B, ed. The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor research committee, HB. Hawthorn, W.G. Dixon, C.W. Harwood, R.G. Herbert, Gordon Hirabayashi, Stuart Jamieson, Claudia Lewis, M.M. Maclntyre, C,A. Bowles, Alfred Shulman, Edro Signori and A.W. Wainman’ Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. 342 p. 66 “Foreworc’ and “The contemporary picture” and “Backgrounds of the problemsand recommendations”, In The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor research committee. Van couver, University of British Columbia, 1952. p.l-47. 67 HEBB, FRANK “The care of the dying.” Canadian medical association, Journal 65:261-3 September 1951, 68 “Forgotten fundamentals.” Vancouver medical association, Bulletin 28: 107-9 February 1952. 69 HOAR, W,S. “The behaviour of chum, pink and coho salmon in relation to their seaward migration.” Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 8:241-63 October 1951. 70 “Dietary fat and temperature tolerance of goldfish.” William S. Hoar and Merva K. Cottle. canadian journal of zoology 30:41-8 February 1952. 71 “Some effects of temperature acclimatization on the chemical constitution of goldfish tissues,” William S. Hoar and Merva K. Cottj.e, Canadian journal of zoology 30:49-54 February 1952. 72 IRISH, R.I. “Biogeochemical investigations in the Pacific Northwest.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Geological sàciety of America. Bulletin 63:435-84 May 1952. 73 “Further biogeochemical data from the San Manuel Copper Deposit, Pinal County, Arizona.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Geological society of America. Bulletin 62:919-30 August 1951. 74 IRISh, R,I. (cont.) “Preliminary studies on the biogeochemistry of iron and man ganese.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Economic geology 47:131-45 March/April 1952. 75 JAMIESON, STUART “The economic history of the Doukhobors.” In The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor research committee, ed. by H.B. Hawthorn. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. p.48-107. 76 KENNARD, M.A. “The responses to painful stimuli of patients with severe chronic painful conditions.” Journal of clinical investigation 31:245- 52 March 1952. 77 “The use of the electroencephalograph in the diagnosis and treat ment.of epilepsy.” Vancouver medical association. Bulletin 28:133-4 February 1952. 78 KENNEDY, G.D. “Marriage - prohibited degrees - marriage of wife to divorced husband’s brother.” Canadian bar review 30:508-19 May 1952. 79 “Survey of Canadian legislation: western provinces.” University of Toronto law journal 9:332-42 1951/52. 80 Reviews “Cases and other material on civil procedure” by T.E. Atkinson and J.H. Chadbourn. Brooklyn, Foundation press, 1948. 910 p. (University case book series) In University of Toronto law journal 9:348-9 1952. 81 “Cook’s cases and materials on equity” by M.T. Van Hecke. 4th ed. St. Paul, Vest publishing Co.’ 1948. 1192 p. (American case book series) In University of Toronto law journal 9:349-50 1952. 82 “Current law year book 195.0’ ed. by Clifford Walsh. London, Sweet and Maxwell, 1951. 4439 paragraphs unpaged. in Canadian bar review 29: 1016-7 November 1951. 83 8 9 KENNEDY, G,D. (cont.) “The law of real property’ by Richard R. Powell. Albany, Matthew Bender, 1949-50. 2 v. In Canadian bar review 29:693- 5 June/July 1951. 84 “Some problems in equity’ by Zechariah Chafee, Jr. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan press, 1950. 441 p. In Canadian bar review 29:897-900 October 1951. 85 KRAJINA, VLADIMIR “Classification of Douglas-fir forest area on Vancouver Island.” Ecological society of America, Bulletin 32:66-7 September 1951. tabstract] 86 lichens for the eharacteri on Vancouver Island.” Royal 3rd series. 45(section 5): 87 “Succession of the physocenoses in Douglas-fir forest area of Vancouver Island.” Ecological society of America. Bulletin 32:66 September 1951. [abstract’j 88 LASSERRE, FRED “The design of school buildings.” Royal architectural institute of Canada. Journal 29:83-5 April 1952. 89 LEIMANIS, EUGENE “Some new cases of integration of differential equations of ex terior ballistics by quadratures.” International congress of mathematicians. Proceedings 6(l):635 1950. Published by: American mathematical society, 1952. 90 “The application of infinitesimal transformations to the inte gration of differential equations of exterior ballistics by quadratures.” Canadian mathematical congress. Proceedings 2: 206-17 1949. Toronto, University of Toronto press, 1952. 91 LOGAN, H.T. “English novels of Graeco-Roman life by Naomi Mitchison.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:54-61 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 92 MacINNES, ISABEL “The use of the lyric in elementary German.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:37-41 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 93 McKECHNIE, R.E. “Acute pancreatitis; a discussion of some of the signs and symptoms.” Western journal of surgery, obstetrics and gynecology 60:276-9 June 1952. 94 “Volvulus of the small intestine; a study of thirty cases.” Western journal of surgery, obstetrics and gynecology 59:375-7 August 1951, 95 McKENZIE, A.D. “Intra-arterial transfusion,” A,D. McKenzie and H.S. Morton. Canadian medical association. Journal 65:95-8 August 1951. 96 MacKENZIE, N.A.M. “The Massey Commission Report.” Institute of public administration of Canada. Proceedings 3:125-37 September 1951. 97 MARCH, B.E. “The effect of aureomycin and vitamins on the growth rate of chicks.” Jacob Biely and B. March. Science 114:330-1 September 28 1951. 10 “The effect of carrier on the relative utilization of different forms of vitamin A by the chick.” B.E. March, E. English and Jacob Biely. Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 36:259-68 April 1952. 11 “The effect of feeding aureomycin on the bacterial content of chick feces.” B. March and Jacob Biely. Poultry science 31:177-8 January 1952. 12 Feed formulae for poultry 1952. J. Biely and B.E. March. De partment of poultry husbandry, University of British Columbia, and Poultry branch, Department of agriculture, Province of British Columbia, 1952. 12 p. [mimeographedj Also published as Poultry circular number 37, Poultry branch, Department of agriculture, Province of British Columbia, 1952. 13 “The significance of bryophytes and zation of some forest associations society of Canada. Transactions. 209 1951. [abstract] 10 11 MARCH. B.E. (contj “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. HI. Effect of heating fat-containing and hexane-extracted meal.” Jacob Biely, B.E. March and H,LSA, Tarr. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 89:79-81 December 1951. 14 “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. IV. A comparison of herring meals made by drying herring press cake commercially and experimentally at a lower temperature.” Jacob Biely, B.E. March and H,L.A. Tarr. Fisheries research board of Canada. progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 90:10-3 March 1952. 15 “Pelleted feed screenings as scratch feed in a poultry ration.” J. Biely, D. Cooper and B. March. Poultry science 30:778-85 September 1951. “A study of the comparative nutritive value of commercial broiler rations.” Jacob Biely and B.E. March. Feedstuffs 24: 30 February 9 1952. 16 17 “Wheat versus corn in the Connecticut broiler ration.” J. Biely, B.E. March, G.L. Inkin and G.T. Eedy. Poultry science 30:593-8 July 1951. 18 MATHER, J.M. “Health and welfare in rural Ontario.” Canadian journal of public health 42:455-9 November 1951. 98 “The need for a truly generalized public health nursing program.” Canadian journal of public health 43:143-50 April 1952. 99 “Preventive procedures in general practice.” Canadian medical association. Journal 65:7-11 July 1951. “The significance of the dental health contribution to a public health program.” Ontario dental association. Journal 29:3-6 January 1952. 101 MATHEWS, W.H. “Historic and prehistoric fluctuations of alpine glaciers in the Mount Garibaldi map-area, southwestern British Columbia.” Journal of geology 59:357-80 July 1951. 102 100 MATHEWS, W,H. (cont.) “Mount Garibaldi, a supraglacial Pleistocene volcano in south western British Columbia.” American journal of science 250:81- 103 February 1952. 103 “The Table, a flat-topped volcano in southern British Columbia.” American journal of science 249:830-41 November 1951. 104 MORRISH, A.H, “Grain density in tracks of electrons moving at relativistic velocities in photographic emulsions.” Philosophical magazine 43:533-7 May 1952. 105 MOYLS, B.N. “The structure of valuations of the rational function field K(x).” American mathematical society. Transactions 71:102-12 July 1951. 106 MURDOCH, D.C. “Contributions to noncommutative ideal theory.” Canadian journal of mathematics 4:43-57 1952. 107 OKULITCH, V.J. ‘Pleospongia’ in “Cambrian stratigraphy and paleontology near Caborca, Northwestern Sonora, Mexico.” G. Arthur Cooper, A.R.V. Arellano, J. Harlan Johnson, Vladimir J. Okulitch et al. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections 119:27-35 1952. 108 OPECHOWSKI, WLADYSLAW “Asymptotic behavior of angular correlation functions.” Physical review 84:590-1 November 1 1951. 109 “Energy dependence of the beta-gamma angular correlation in Sb124.” E.K. Darby and W. Opechowski. Physical review 83:676-7 August 1 1951. 110 ORMSBY, M.A. “Canada.” The World book encyclopedia. Annual supplement 1951. p.50-4. PRONGER, L.J. “Stendhal today.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2:62-70 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 112 ill 12 in J-J BOBBINS, WILLIAM RONIMOIS, H.E. (cont). “Hamlet as allegory.” University of Toronto quarterly 21:217-23 “The cost-profit-output relationship in a Soviet industrial firm.” April 1952. 113 Canadian journal of economics and political science 18:173-83 May 1952. 125 ROBINSON, J.L. The Canadian Arctic. Canada. Department of mines and technical “The Soviet economic machine.” Slavonic and East European review surveys. Geographical branch. Information series number 2 1952. 30: 112-38 December 1951. 126 118 p. 114 ROSE, W.J. Agriculture arid industry in a growing coinmu.nity. Community “The Mother tongue as a factor ‘in national consciousness’ .“ planning association. British Columbia divisional conference, Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Pro Okanagan Valley, B.C., October 24-26 1951. 6 p. hectographed. ceeclings 2:24-6 1951. 115 Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. “The Canadian northland.” In Canadian regions; a geography of 127 Canada, ed. by D.F. Putnam. Toronto, J,M. Dent, r1952J. p.480-5O . 116 “The father of the plague-stricken.” Verse translation from Polish of Juliusz Slowacki. In Centenary volume Juliusz “Changing the Arctic maps.” Beaver magazine 282:8-9, 24-6 Slowacki, I8O9-849. ndon, 1951. p.424-33. 128 December 1951, March 1952. 117 “Tributes to R.W. Seton-Watson: a symposium, part IlL” Slavonic “Climate and man in Canada.” Western snow conference. Pro- and East European review 30:341-5 June 1952. 129 ceedings 19:1-12 April 1951. mimeographed. 118 ROWLES, C.A. and government in Canada.” Association of Pacific coast tural resources developent in British Columbia.” Eritish geographers. Yearbook 13:1-13 1951. 119 Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 5:154-5 1952. 130 “The developnent and status of geography in the universities “Comments on the national and international aspects of agricul “Geography in the universities of Canada.” Canadian geographi cal journal 43:180-3 October 1951. 120 “Soil, agriculture and rehabilitation.” In The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor research committee, “The Northern extension of the pioneer fringe on the Great ed. by H.B. Hawthorn. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Plains of Canada.” International geographical congress, 1952. p.226-50. 131 Washington, D.C. Abstracts of papers 17:75 1952. 121 SAGE, W.N. Physical-political map of British Columbia. Scale 20 miles: “An Alaskan gold mine; the story of Number 9 above’ by Leland H. 1 inch. Chicago, Denoyer-Geppert, 1952. 122 Carlson. Evanston, Northwestern university press, 1951. 178 p.[Review article inj il’lississippi valley historical review 39: Physical-political wall map of Canada. Scale 50 miles: 1 inch. 146 June 1952. 132 Chicago, Denoyer-Geppert, 1952. 123 “British Columbia and confederation.” British Columbia histori RONIMOIS, H,E. cal quarterly 15:71-84 January-April 1951. 133 “Chief problems of the Soviet economic policy in time of war.” Western economic association. Proceedings 26:72-6 1951. 124 14 15 ST. CLAIR-SOBELL, JAMES “The animate and inanimate accusative in the Indo-European languages.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 2.44-7 1951. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. mimeographed. 134 SCOTT, D.S. “Economics of tannin production from sea-water floated western hemlock bark.” D.S, Scott and J.A.F. Gardner. British columbia lumberman 365l, 116+ April 1952. 135 SHEMILT, L.W. “Instrumentation as a course in chemical engineering.” Chemistry in Canada 3:35-8 August 1951. 136 SIMONS, WJ-I. “The Fourier coefficients of the modular fumction7”C’().” Cana dian journal of mathematics 4:67-80 1952. 137 SMITH, J.H.G. ftfarking of spruce in the Fort George forest district. L.A. de Grace, E.W. Robinson and J.H,G. Smith. British Columbia. Forest service. Research note number 20 1952. 13 p. “Possible uses of iCrilium in silviculture.” Forestry chronicle 28:61-3 June 1952. 139 SOWARD, F.H. “Discernment, decisions and disenchantment in American foreign policy.” International journal 7:135-41 Spring 1952. 140 STRONG, G.F. “Rupture of the oesophagus.” G.E. Strong, Roger Wilson and H,E, Taylor. Canadian Medical Association. Journal 65:455-62 November 1951. 141 SUTTLES, WAYNE “The early diffusion of the potato among the Coast Salish.” Southwestern journal of anthropology 7:272-88 Autumn 1951. 142 TOPPING, C.W. Report of the commission appointed by the Attorney-General to inquire into the state arzcl management of the gaols of British Columbia 1950. C.W. Topping, Eric Pepler and E.G.B. Stevens,. Victoria, King’s Printer, 1951. 33 p. 143 138 TOPPING, C,W. (cont.) “Methodological problems in Canadian research on the prediction of marital success.” State college of Washington. Research studies 20:42-6 June 1952. TUCKER, GILBERT The Naval service of Canada: its official history. Ottawa, Queen’s printer, 1952. 2 v. VOLKOFF, G.M. “Nuclear electric quadrupole interaction in crystals with non- axially symmetric fields.” H,E, Petch, D.W. Smellie and G.M. Volkoff. Physical review 84:602-4 November 1 1951. 144 145 146 “Nuclear electric quadrupole interaction in single crystals.” G.M. Volkoff, H.E. Petch and D.W.L. Smellie. Canadian journal of physics 30:270-89 May 1952. 147 WAINMAN, A,W. “ISKBA.” In The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor research committee, ed. by H.B. Hawthorn. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. p.261-. 148 “Note of the themes of Doukhobor psalms, hymns and folk songs.” In The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor research committee, ed. by H.B. Hawthorn. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1952. p.262-3. 149 WARREN, H.V. “Biogeochemical investigations in the Pacific Northwest.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Geological society of America. Bulletin 63:435-84 May 1952. 73 “Further biogeochemical data from the San Manuel Copper Deposit, Pinal County, Arizona.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Geological society of America. Bulletin 62:919-30 August 1951. 74 “National and international implications involved in the develop ment of a portion of the lower Fraser River.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 5:257-66 1952. 150 16 17 . . . . . . . . . 1, 2 • . . . • . • . . 130-131 • . • • . . 38, 53—54 • • • . • . . . . . . 89 31, 48 • • . . • • . . 61, 86-88, 155 • . . • . 27-28, 45, 135-136 • . • . • . • • . • 57—60, 92 • • S • • • S S S • S S S 7 sociology • • . .4-6, 22-25, 34, 66-67, 76, 97, 142-144 3, 19-20, 113 • . . • . 8-9, 29-30, 138-139 46,55,112 • . 33, 73-75, 102-104, 108, 114-123, 150-151 • . 43, 93 • . . . . 111, 132-133, 145 • . . • • • • • • • 140 • . * . * . • 26, 79-85 INDEX • . • . • S • WARREN, H.V.(cont.) “The power potential of the Fraser river.” British Columbia professional engineer 3:19-23 April 1952. 151 “Preliminary studies on the biogeochenistry of iron and man ganese.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Economic geology 47:131-45 March/April 1952. 75 WILSON, R.A. “Effect ofACTHon hair growth in alopecia areata and univer sails.” Lancet 262:646-7 March 29 1952. 152 “The problem of penicillin resistant staphylococcal infection.” Reginald Wilson and W.H. Cockcroft. Canadian medical associ ation. Journal 66:548-51 June 1952. 153 “Some special problems in the use of ACTH and cortisone therapy in children.” Reginald Wilson and Richard Rowe, Journal of pediatrics 40: 164-71 February 1952. 154 WILSON, ROGER “Rupture of the oesophagus.” G.F’. Strong, Roger Wilson and H.E. Taylor. Canadian medical association. Journal 65:455-62 November 1951. 141 WORT, D.J. “The effects of 2,4-D on the activity of plant enzymes.” Western Canadian weed control conference. Proceedings 5:175-84 December 1951. 155 DEPARTMENT OF Agricultural economics Agronomy • • • . . • • • . Anatomy . • . . . • • . • • Architecture * . * . • . . Bacteriology and immunology • Biology and botany . • . 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