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Publications ofthe Faculty and StaffTHE UNIVERSITYOF BRITISHCOLUMBIA1954Publications ofthe Facultyand StaffJULY 1, 1952 - JUNE 30, 1953VANCOUVER, B.C.UNIVERSITY OFBRITISH COLUMBIA1954PUBLICATIONS OF THEFACULTY AND STAFFUniversity of British Columbia PublicationsBibliographical Series No. .This Faculty Bibliography hasbeen publishedunder the general directionof the UniversityEditorial Committee, but specialthanks aredue to the staff of theReference Division ofthe University Library who did thebasic wrkof preparation.July 1,.1952— June30,1953AKRIGG, G.P.V.“British Columbiaplace names.” Westernfolklore 12:q4—9January1953.1ALLEN, GEORGE S.“Fire controlke,rto successful forestmanagement.” Truck loggerMay 1953. p.32.2“A forester looks at forestrydevelouent in British Columbia.”British Colui.bialui.ber.an 37:54—6-i-June 1953. 3ANDISON, J. GORDON“I4Dntiagne and thecolleges.” Pacificnorthwest conference offoreign languageteachers. Proceedings g.iog.March 1953.Portland, Reed College,mimeographed. 4ANGUS, HENRY F.“The British Columbiaelection, June 1952.”Canadian journalofeconomics and politicalscience 1851:825November 1952.“The Conionwealth tradeand econcuiic conference.”Round tablenumber 169:41—7 December1952.6‘Dependence on wrld trade.”Round table number171:274—81 June1953.7“The developuent ofCanadian far eastern policy”in25years ofCanadian foreign policy.Toronto, Canadian broadcastingcorporationt’953) p.g.1—5o.8“The fiction of thedollar.” Canadianbar review 31?5—3O3March 1953.9“Harry AShton,1882—1952.”Royal society of Canada.Proceedings.3d series.i4.6(appendixB) :69—7g. June 1952.10“Note on the BritishColumbia electionin June 1952.” Westernpolitical quarterly5:585—91 December 1952.i:i1BELSHAW, CYRIL S.Conuiunity deve1oxnentin Papua.” South Pacific6:37L—8o July1952.Reprinted fran Australianoutlook 6:5o—9 March 1952.“Implications of policyin New Guinea.” Australianquarterly25:79—90 March 1953.1213“Industrialization in theSouth Pacific.” South Pacificcommissionquarterly bulletin 32—4January 1953.14“Port I*wesby canoe aders”Oceania 23:26—39 September 1952.15“Revaluation of tiii ina Puan cailnunity.” South Pacific 6q66—72 NOVe1)ber 1952.a6BIELY, JACOB‘The effect of drying temperatureon the folic acid contentofherring meal.” J. Biely,B. March andH.L.A. Tarr. Scienceii6:—o September17‘The effect of feeding antibioticson the carbohydrate and proteinrequirements of the chick.”J. Biely, B.E. March and D.F. Srriith.Poultry science 31:863-70September 1952.i8“Nutrients in the poultryration.” Jacob Biely and B.March.Feedstuffs 25:20—51-March 28 1953.19‘The nutritive value of fishmeal and condensed fishsolubles. VI.An unidentified growth factor (S)in fish meal.” Jacob Biely,B.E. March, H.L.A. Tarr. Fisheriesresearch board of Canada.Progress reports of thePacific Coast stations 9210—3October1952.20“The nutritive value of fish mealand condensed fish solubles.VII. Herring autolysates, fermentationproducts, condensed sol—ubles, and meal as supplements for chick startingrations.”H.L.A. Tarr, Jacob Biely, B.E. March. Fisheriesresearch boardof Canada. Progress reports of the PacificCoast stations 94:27—March 1953.21BIRNEY, A. EARLE“Notes on ancestors.” Canadiznforum 32233 January 1953.222BIRNEY, A. EARLE (cant.)Trial of a cityand other verse. Toronto,Ryerson press [c1952)71 p.23BLACK, EDGAR C.“Upper lethal temperaturesof some British Columbiafreshwaterfishes.” Fisheries researchboard of Canada.Journal 10:196—210June 1953.24BLUR, OTTO“Liquid scintillationbeta counter forradio—active solids.”Otto Biiih andFred Terentiuk.Nucleonics 10L18—51September1952.“The value of inspiration:a study on Julius RobertMayer andJosef Popper—Lynkeus.”isis L13 211—20 September 1952.2526BORDEN, CHARLES E.“Results of archaelogicalinvestigations inCentral BritishColumbia.” BritishColumbia. Provincialmuseum. Anthropologyin British Columbia3:31—43 1952.27“A uniform site designationscheme for Canada.”British Columbia.Provincial museum. Anthropologyin British Columbia3:44—8 1952.28BOURNE, CHARLES B.Reviews“Human rights as legal rights”by PieterN. Drost. Leiden, A.W.Sijthoff’s Uitgeversmij,1951. 272p.In International journal8:62—4 Winter 1952-53.29“A manual of internationallaw” by Georg Schwarzenberger.3d ed.London, Stevens &sons, 1952. 441p.In Canadian barreview31:584—6May 1953.30“Recent trends in thelaw of the United Nations”by Hans Kelsen,New York, Prger, 1951. 86p.In Internationaljournal 8:61—2Winter 1952—53.31BOYD,WILLIAM“The pathology of the groundsubstance of the mesenchyme.”Hawaiimedical journal 113537July—August 1952.323BRINK, VERNON C.CZi.ates of British Coluitbia for agrologists. Pt. I. Sciiiegeneral features of the climates. Vancouver, University ofBritish Columbia, Agronomy department, Technical coninunicationE’siqs p.] [mimeographed) 3L“Preliminary studies into the ecology and control of diffuseknapweed on B.C. ranges.” British Columbia agronomists’ association. Conference report786 1953.[abstract]35BUCKLAND, DONALD C.“Animal damage to conifers in BritishColumbia.” British Colanbilumberaan 36:58i- October 1952.36“Mushrooms for the picking.t’ Western hoigesand living May 1953.p.53—5.Reprinted in Forest and miii 7:6 July 1953 as “Alnust allofBritish Columbia’s mushrooms arenon—poisonous and make tastyeating.”37“Northistern research — who’s doingwhat?” British Columbialumberman, Appears nunthly comencing withvolume37number L.April 1953.38“Reforestation — One man’s opinion.” British Columbialumberman37:L—1+F,j.y1953.39CAMPBELL, J.J.R.“Influence of temperature on the trace eleint requirements forcitric acid production by Aspergillus niger.” Paul A. Kitos,Jack J.R. Campbell and Neil Tomlinson. Applied•icrobio logy1:156—9 May 1953.“Surface activity as the cause of the anomalous behavior ofurethane as an inhibitor of yeast respiration.” Carl Lamannaand Jack J.R. Campbell. Journal of bacteriology 65:596—600May 1953. 41CARROTHERS, ALFRED W.R.“The right to picketin British Columbia.”University of Torontolaw journal 9250—87 1952.42“(Survey of Canadian legislation)Maritime provinces and Newfoundland.” University of Torontolaw journal 9:312-23 1952. 43Review“Pollock on the lawof partnership.” 15thad. by L.C.B. Gower.London, Stevens andsons, 1952. In Canadian barreview 31:338—9March 1953.£44CHANT, S.N.F.“The psychologyof credit.” In Creditsand collections in Canada,sponsored by the CanadianCredit Institute [andothers] rev, ad.Toronto, Ryerson ji953)p.26—32.45CLEMENS, WILLIAM A.“A brief history of thedevelopment of limnologicaland freshwaterfisheries research in Canada.”Canadian fish culturistissue 12:13 July 1952.£4.6“The fertilization oflakes.” British Columbia.Game department.Came convention... report of proceedings6:125—9 1952. 47“The-first record of the sioothlump—sucker, Cyclopterichthysventricosus (Pallas),in British Columbiawaters.” W.A. CLemensand G.V. Wilby. Fisheriesresearch board of Canada.Journal9:141—2 September 1952.148CONSTANTINIDES, PARIS“The effect of protamineon serum cholesteroland serum turbidityin cholesterol—oil fedrats.” George Szasz andParis Constantinides.Archives internationalesde pharmacodynamie et detherapie 93255—9March 1 1953.14.9“Mast cells and susceptibilityto experimentalatherosclerosis.”Science 117:505—6May 8 1953.50COULTHARD, JEANSonata for piano.Toronto, 1’1I CanadaLimited, June i 1953.2513.51BOYD, WILLIAMA text- book ofFebiger, 1953.(cont.)pathology.1024p.6th ad. Philadelphia, Lea and3314.5COULTHARD, THOMAS L.“Report. on the requirementsof agricultural engineering inB. C.agriculture.” British Columbiaagronomists’ association.Conference report 7:21—L 1953.52COWAN, IAN McT.“Ruts and ridges: somemajor issues in wildlifeconservation.”British Columbia. Game department.Game convention ...reportof proceedings 6:63—8 1952.53“Three cetacean records fromBritish Columbia.” I.McT.Cowan andCharles J. Guiguet. Murre let33:10—1 1952. 54CURTIS, GEORGE F.“Isolation, intention and income.”inLegal essays in honour ofArthur loxon, ed. byJ.A. Corry, F.C. Cronkite and E.F.Whitiore.tTorontIUniversity of Toronto press, 1953.p.239—62.ssDANIELS, J.M.“The alignment of Cobalt 8.”J.M. Daniels, M.A. Grace, H.Halban,N. Kurti and F.N.H. Robinson. Philosophicalmagazine 43127—130ODecember 1952.“Cerium magnesium nitrate,II. Detennination of the entropy—absolute temperature relationbelow i°K.” J.M. Danielsand F.N.H.Robinson. Philosophical magazine:63o—5 June 1953. 57“High power solenoids; stressesand stability.” British journalof applied physics q:5o—4 February 1953.“Polarized ‘-rays fran nucleialigned at l temperatures.” G.R.Bishop, J.M. Daniels, G. Goldschmidt,H. Halban, N. Kurti andF.N.H. Robinson. Physicalreview 88:2432—3 December i 195.2. 59DELAVAULT, ROBERT E.“Acetonic dithizone ingeochemistry.” Harry V. Warren,Robert H.Delavault and Ruth I.Irish. Economic geology 48306-11June—July 1953.60“Trace elements in geochemistryand biogeochemistry.”Harry V.Warren and Robert H.Delavault. scientific monthly75:26—30July 1952.66iDOLMAN, CLAUDE E.“Human botulin in Canada.”Canadian medical association.Journal 685383June 1953.EAGLES, BLYTRE A.“The chemistry of milkproteins.” Canadian dairyand ice creamjournal 31:32—5 October 1952.6263FRIEDMAN, GQNSTANCE L.“Furtherobservations on ‘sustained’ hypertensionin the rat.”Sydney M. Friedman, MiyoshiNakashitna and ConstanceL. Friedman.American heart journalt4586Lp—72 June 1953.64“The hypertensive effectof caround F acetate (17-OH—corticosteroue—21—acetate) in the rat.”Sydney M. Friedman, ConstanceL. Friedman and Miyoshi Nakashima. Endocrinology51LO1—5 ?bv1t)er 1952.6“Inhibition of cardiovascular—renaleffects of DCA by pitressin.”Sydney M. Friedman, ConstanceL. Friedman and Miyoshi Nakashima.American journal ofphysiology 17O270—6 August 1952.66“The role of the adrenalgland in sodium retention followingacutevenous obstruction.” SydneyM. Friedman, Miyoshi Nakashima andConstance L. Friedman. Canadianjournal of medical sciences30:585—go December 1952.67FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M.“The effect of pitressin infusionon blood pressure of the rabbit,cat, and rat.” Sydney M. Friedmanand Henry Pauls. Americanheart journal q4131—L2 July 1952.68“Further observations on ‘sustained’hypertension in the rat.”Sydney M. Friedman, MiyoshiNakashima and Constance L. Friedman.American heart journal 4586Ll.—72June 1953. 64“The hypertensive effect of compoundF acetate (17—CWcorticosterone—21—acetate) in the rat.” SydneyM. Friedman, ConstanceL. Friedman and Miyoshi Nakashima. Endocrinology 51:Llo1—sNovember 1952.6“Inhibition of cardiovascular—renaleffects of DCA by pitressin.”SydneyM. Friedman, ConstanceL. Friedman and Miyoshi Nakashiina.American journal ofphysiology 170:270—6 August 1952.667FRIEDMAN, SYDNEYM.(cont.)‘9’he role of the adrenal glandin sodium retentionfollowing acutevenous obstruction.”Sydney M. Friedman,Miyoshi Nakashirna andConstance L. Friedman. Canadianjournal of medical sciences30:585—90 Deciiber 1952.67Visual anatomy -thorax and abdomen.Springfield, Illinois,Charles C. Thomas, 1952.212p.69FRIESEN, JOHN K.“Changes necessary tomeet tonorrow’sproblems.” In Americancooperation, 1952.Washington, Americaninstitute of cooperationr1952 p.si—6.70“Economic planning onthe prairies”by a group of cooperators.Food for thought 13:21—6February 1953.71‘Polk schools in Canada.”John M. Parsey tandlJohn K. Friesen.School review 61141—50March 1953.72“Planning for ruralcomunities.” Foodfor thought 13:27—31February 1953.73GIBSON, WILLIAM C.‘9’he staining of synaptic terminals within the centralnervoussystem by Rio—Hortega) s double impregnation silvermethod.”George H. brrison, Jr. and Willi C.Gibson. Science 117:656—8June 12 1953. 74HADDOCK, PHILIP G.“Forest soils informationin relation to silviculturaltreatmentsand problems.”Forest soils symposium.Summary of papers presented 1953. 0.28—30.Seattle, Universityof Washington, College offorestry, 1953.mimeograohed.78HALPERN, JACK“Kinetics of the oxidationof galena in sodiumhydroxide solutionsunder oxygen pressure.”J . E. Andersen, J.Halpern and C. S. Samis.Journal of metals 5:554—8April 1953. 79“Proton affinities ofolefins.” Aiwyn G.Evans and J. Halpern.Faraday society.Transactions 43:1034—L44November 1952. 8oHARLOW, NEAL R.“Bibliographers inan age of scientists.” Revuede l’Llniversite’d’Ottawa 233749January—March 1953.8iHATTER, JAMES“Some trends inthe hunting andharvest of moose andmuleBritish Columbia.”British Columbia.Gane department.convention ... reportof proceedings6:57—61 1952.HAWTHORN, HARRYB.• .on socialscience: prejudice.”Vancouver civic unitycouncil. Civicunity memo March—April1953. p.8—g. 83“Stratification ina Latin Americancity.” Harry B.Hawthornand Audrey Engle Hawthorn,In Readingsin Latin Americansocial organization andinstitutions, ed. byOlen E. Leonardand Charles P. Loomis.[East Lansing, MichiganMichigan statecollege press, 1953. p.208—18.8i-i-HOAR, WILLIAM S.“Effects of somehormones on thebehavior of salmon fry.”william S. Hoar, DixonMacKinnon and AlineRedlich. Canadianjournal of zoo logy 30:273—86October 1952.8“Thyroid function insome anadromousand land—locked teleosts.”oyal society ofCanada. Transactions.3d series. 46(section5):39—53 June 1952.86deer inGa. e82GRANT, W. LEONARD“Elegiac themes inHorace’s odes.”In Classical associationofCanada’ Studies in honourof Gilbert Norwood,ed. by Mary E.White,[Toronto] Universityof Toronto Press, 1952.0.194—202. 75“Giovanni Pico and ‘Malius’again.” Philological quarterly32223—April 1953.76“On Giovanni Aurispa’sname.” Philologicalquarterly 32219—23.April 1953.7789HOOLEY, J. GILBERT“The mechanin of glass polishing.”J.G. nith and J.G. Hooley.Canadian journal of technology 31:37—41February—March 1953. 87IRISH, RUTH I.“Acetonic dithizone in geochemistry.”Harry V. Warren, Robert E.Delavault, and Ruth I. Irish. Econowic geology 48:306—nJune—July 1953.6oKAEMPFFER, FRIEDRICH A.“Note on the concept of vacuum in quantum electrodynamics.Canadian journal of physics 31:165—6January 1953. 88“The physical meaning of auxiliary conditions inthe theory ofgravitational waves.” Canadian journal of physics31:501—3 May1953.89“Theory of the electronagnetic vacuum (preliminary report).”Canadian journal of physics 31:497—500May 1953. 90“Theory of the electixxnagnetic vacuum,I.” Canadian journal ofphysics 31:6—35 May 1953.91KENNEDY, GILBERT D.“(The authority of English decisionsin Canada)” Canadi an barreview 30:1085—7 December 1952.92“Legislative chaliges in British Columbia— recent implnentationof reccnendations of Canadian bar association —wills, adoption,administration and ccniuorientes acts.”Canadian bar review 3]:571—5 May 1953. 93“Stare decisis —Ethree recent casesj” Canadianbar review 31:697-702 June—July 1953. 94“Stare decisis’ — Provincial Court of Appeal overrulingitself —civil proceedings.” Canadian bar review 3]:87—90January 1953.95“[Survey of Canadian legislation) westernprovinces.” Universityof Toronto law journal 10:114—2) 1953.96“Wills — construction — alleged ‘absolute’ gift to wifewith giftover.ttCanadian bar review 30:927—31November 1952.97KENNEDY, GILBERT D. (cont.)“Wills — mistake — husband and wife executing willsdrawn for eachother — probate of husband’s will with substitutions.” Canadianbar reuiew 3]: 185—2)0 February 1953, 444—6 April 98Reviews“Cases on private international law” byJ.H.C. Morris. Oxford,Clarendon press, 1951. 417 p. In Canadianbarreview 30952—5November 1952. 99“Eversley’ s law of danestic relations: husband and wife,parentand child, guardian and ward, infants,master and servant” byL.I. Stranger—Jones. 6th ed. London,Sweet and Maxwell, 1951.7L3p.In University of Toronto law journal 10:137—140 1953. 100“Latey on divorce: The law and practice in divorceand matriiinialcauses” by W. Latey, J. Latey,J.B. Gardner and D.R. LeB. Holloway,eds. i4th ed. London, Sweet and Maxwell, 1952. 1541p.InUniversity of Toronto law journal 101L402 1953.101‘The law relating to the formation andannulment of marriage andallied matters in English dcxistic andprivate international law1’by Joseph Jackson. London, Sweet andMaxwell, 1951. 3214.p.InUniversity of Toronto law journal10:135—7 1953. 102“Primer of procedure” by Delmar Karlen.Madison, Campus publishingcanpany, 1950. 525p.In University of Torontolaw journal 10:ióo—i 1953.103‘Williams on the law of executors and administrators”by Sir D,H.Parry. i3th ed. London, Stevens andsons, 1953. 2 V. InCanadian bar review 31:703—4June—July 1953. 104KENNY, DOUGLAS T.“Testing of differences between variancesbased on correlatedvariates.” Canadian journal of psychology7:25—8 March 1953. 105KER, JOHN W.An evaluation of several wethods ofestimating site index ofimmature gtands. Vancouver,University of British Columbia,Faculty of forestry, Research paper number 1.Reprinted in Forestry chronicle 2863—74September 1952. ioó1011ILKER, JOHN W. (Cont.)“The relationshipbetien the number oftrees per acreand thepercentage stockingof reproduction.”Journal of forestry si:342—LI.May 1953.107LAIRD, DAVID G.“Scne recent advancesin soil microbiology.”British Columbianatural resourcesconference. Transactions6:41—3 1953. io8LARKIN, PETER A.“The effects on fisheriesof presentand future water utilizationin the Canpbell Riverdrainage area.”R.G. McMynn andP.A.Larkin. British Columbia.Game cc.nnission.Management publication number 2 1953.109“Fisheries research ofthe British Columbiagame departmentandscxne caEnents on sport—fisheryregulations.” BritishColumbia.Game department. Gameconvention ... reportof proceedings 6:130—7 1952.110“Suainary of pollutionpanel.” British Columbianatural resourcesconference. Transactions6:199—201 1953.111“The role of researchin the management offreshwater fisheries inBritish Columbia.” Canadianfish culturist issue 1210—2July1952.112LEIANIS, EUGENE“Uber die bewegung einesinassenpunktes in einemwiderstehendenmittel verkderlicherdichte.” Acta physicaAustriaca 6319—211952.113LINDSEY, C.C.“Variation in anal finray count of the redsideshiner Richardsonius Balteatus (Richardson).”Canadian journal ofzoology31:211—25 June 1953.114MACKAY, J. ROSS“The atlas habit.” British Columbiateacher 32:252—4March 1953.115“A new projection for cubic symbols on econcnicmaps.” Economicgeography 29:60—2 January1953.ii6MACKAY, J. ROSS (cont.)“Physiography of the DarnleyBay Area, N.W.T.” Canadiangeographernumber 2:32—4 1952.117MACKENZIE, LAURA HUNTER“Fuente vaqueros.” Can adian forum 33:37—8May 1953.MacKENZIE, N.A.M.The freedomof the university in afree society. Fbunders’Dayaddress. Fredericton, Universityof New Brunswick, 1953.119McLEISH, JOHN A.B.“Education and irldcrisis.” Canadianhome and school 12:5—7February—March 1953.“What makes an unforgettableteacher?” Educationalrecord of theprovince of Quebec 69:12—5January—March 1953.121McMYNN, R.G.“The effects on fisheriesof present andfuture waterutilizationin the Campbell River drainagearea.” R.G.McMynn and P.A.Larkin. British Columbia.Game connission. Managementpub ii-cation number 2 1953.109MacPHEE, EARLE D.“Scientific managementcontrol.” Internalauditor 10:20—9 March1953.122McSPADDEN, GEORGE E.“The Hispanic heritage.”Pacific northwest conferenceof foreignlanguage teachers. Proceedings3:30—1 April 1952.Eugene, University of Oregon.123MARCH, BERYL E.“The effect ofdrying tenerature onthe folic id contentofherring meal.”J. Biely, B. March andH.L.A. Tarr. Science116:249—So September 5 1952.17“The effect of feedingantibiotics on the carbohydrateand proteinrequirements of thechick.” J. Biely, B.E.March and D.F. inith.Poultry science 31:863-70September 1952.i81213MARCH, BERYL E. (cont.)‘Nutrients in the poultry ration.” JacobBiely and B. March.Feeds tuffs 25:20—5+ March 28 1953.19“The nutritive value of fishmeal and condensed fish solubles.VI. An unidentified growth factor(S) in fish meal.” JacobBiely, B.E. March, H.L.A. Tarr.Fisheries research board ofCanada. Progress reportsof the Pacific Coast stations 92:10—3October 1952.23“The nutritive value of fish meal and condensedfish solubles.VII. Herring autolysates, fermentationproducts, condensed sol—ubles, and meal as supplements for chick startingrations.”H.L.A. Tarr, Jacob Biely, B.E. March. Fisheries researchboardof Canada. Progress reports ofthe Pacific Coast stations 94:27—9March 1953.21MATHER, JAMES M.‘The ccmiunity and the teaching of preventivemedicine.” Metro—politan health cainittee of greater Vancouver.Public healthbulletin 31t Spring 1953.1.“The teaching of preventive medicine.”Vancouver medical association. Bulletin 29413—6 June 1953.125MATHEWS, WILLIAM H.“Glacier study for the nuntaineer.”Canadian alpine journal 36:161—7 May 1953.126“Spherulitic alkali rhyolitedikes in the Atsutla Range,NorthernBritish Columbia.” W.H. Mathewsand K.D. Watson. AMerican•ineralogist 38:432—47May—June 1953. 127MILTON, G.W.“The occurrence of secondary malignant diseasein the spleen.”Kedical journal of Australia [39)2:736—40November 1952.MORRISON, RUTH MacINTYRE“Providing opportunities for dynamic learning.”Canadian nurseLI.9:113—7 February 1953.NELSON, A. JOHN“Field trials of influenzavirus vaccine.” Vancouver medicalassociation. Bulletin 29:321—2April 1953.129130NELSON, A. JOHN (cont.)“Prophylaxis ofophthalmia neonatorum.”Vancouver medical association. Bulletin29:175—6 January1953.131“Progress in venerealdisease control.”Vancouver medical association. Bulletin 28434—5September 1952.132OBERLANDER,H. PETER“Master’s degreein conmunityand regional planning,U.B.C.”Royal architecturalinstitute of Canada.Journal 30131—2May1953.133“(Streampollution in BritishColumbia)” BritishColumbia naturalresources conference.Transactions6:195—9 1953.134“This urban cagein which we live.”Canadian art10:21—3 October1952.135Review‘Plan for the nationalcapital — Generalreport” by JacquesGreber. Ottawa,National capitalplanning service, 1950.308p.H. Peter Oberlanderand Williau TierneyLane. In AiricanInstitute of planners.Journal 19:112—5Spring 1953.136OKIJLITCH,VLADIMIRJ.“The systematicposition ofarchaeocyatha(Pleosponges).” Journalof paleontology27:L815 May 1953.237OPECHOWSKI, WLADYSLAW“Magneto—opticaleffects and paramagneticresonance.” Reviewsofaodern physics 25264—8January 1953.138ORMSBY, MARGARETA.“Canada.”The World Bookencyclopedia. Annualsupple.ent 1953.p. L14-7.Okanagan historicalsociety. Sixteenthreport ed. byMargaret A.Ormsby. [Peuticton,Penticton Herald]c1952. iq8p.140“William C.Young’s report onCherry Creek.”Okanagan historicalsociety. Report16:136—v 1952.1411391415OPJ1SBY, MARGARET A. (cont.)Review“Cumberland house journalsand Inland journal, 1775—82, Firstseries,i775-9”ed. by E.E. Rich and A.M. Johnson.London,Hudson’s Bay Record Society. PublicationslLj., 1951. 382 p.In Canadian historical review 3462—4March 1953. 142PICKARD, GEORGE L.“Seasonal variation oftemperature and salinity of surface watersof the British Columbia coast.”G.L. Pickard and D.C. McLeod.Fisheries research board ofCanada. Journal 10125—45May 1953.143RENNEY, ARTHUR J.“Pininary studies on CW used as a ore-emergentwith leguns andgrasses.” A.J. Pemiey and R.Ashford. British Columbia agioncinists’association. Conference report 7:88—9 1953.ROBERTSON, JAMES G.“Sex differentiation in the Pacificsalmon Oncorhynchus keta(Walbaum).” Canadian journalof zoology 31:73—9 April 1953. 145ROBINSON, JOHN LEWIS“Dwindling arable lands.”Caiiuunity planning association ofCanada. British Columbiadivision. Regional conference 4:15—9July 1952.Vancouver, B.C., Coniunity planningassociation. mimeographed.146“Geogrhy in Canada.” In The statusof geography in countriesadhering to the Internationalgeographical union. Washington,International geograohical congress17th, 1952. Publicationnumber7p.10—3.147“Rocky mountain trench, a great gashin the earth’s surface, running in an almost straight line for a thousandmiles, marks thewestern boundary of the Rockies.” Beaveroutfit 28336-9 March1953.1148RONIMOIS, HANS E,“Soviet econonic planning and thebalance of vower.” Internationaljournal 8:32—4o Winter 1952—1953.149i6RONIMOIS, HANS E. (cont.)Review“The Soviet pricesystem” by Naum Jasny.Stanford, Universitypress, 1951. 179p.“The Soviet financialsystem” by MikhailV. Condoide. Columbus,Ohio State university [19513. 230 p.In Canadian journal of econo.icsand political science 19113-5February 1953.150ROWLES, CHARLESA.“Soil resource use inBritish Columbia todayand tomorrow.”British Columbia naturalresources conference. 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