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Publications of the Faculty and Staff THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 1954 Publications of the Faculty and Staff JULY 1, 1952 - JUNE 30, 1953 VANCOUVER, B. C. UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 1954 PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY AND STAFF University of British Columbia Publications Bibliographical Series No. . 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 wrk of preparation. July 1,.1952 — June 30, 1953 AKRIGG, G.P.V. “British Columbia place names.” Western folklore 12:q4—9 January 1953. 1 ALLEN, GEORGE S. “Fire control ke,r to successful forest management.” Truck logger May 1953. p.32. 2 “A forester looks at forestry develouent in British Columbia.” British Colui.bia lui.ber.an 37:54—6-i- June 1953. 3 ANDISON, J. GORDON “I4Dntiagne and the colleges.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings g.iog. March 1953. Portland, Reed College, mimeographed. 4 ANGUS, HENRY F. “The British Columbia election, June 1952.” Canadian journal of economics and political science 1851:825 November 1952. “The Conionwealth trade and econcuiic conference.” Round table number 169:41—7 December 1952. 6 ‘Dependence on wrld trade.” Round table number 171:274—81 June 1953. 7 “The developuent of Canadian far eastern policy” in 25 years of Canadian foreign policy. Toronto, Canadian broadcasting corpor ation t’953) p. g.1—5o. 8 “The fiction of the dollar.” Canadian bar review 31?5—3O3 March 1953. 9 “Harry AShton,1882—152.” Royal society of Canada. Proceedings. 3d series.i4.6(appendix B) :69—7g. June 1952. 10 “Note on the British Columbia election in June 1952.” Western political quarterly 5:585—91 December 1952. i:i 1 BELSHAW, CYRIL S. Conuiunity deve1oxnent in Papua.” South Pacific 6:37L—8o July 1952. Reprinted fran Australian outlook 6:5o—9 March 1952. “Implications of policy in New Guinea.” Australian quarterly 25:79—90 March 1953. 12 13 “Industrialization in the South Pacific.” South Pacific commission quarterly bulletin 32—4 January 1953. 14 “Port I*wesby canoe aders” Oceania 23:26—39 September 1952. 15 “Revaluation of tiii in a Puan cailnunity.” South Pacific 6q66— 72 NOVe1)ber 1952. a6 BIELY, JACOB ‘The effect of drying temperature on the folic acid content of herring meal.” J. Biely, B. March and H.L.A. Tarr. Science ii6:—o September 17 ‘The effect of feeding antibiotics on the carbohydrate and protein requirements of the chick.” J. Biely, B.E. March and D.F. Srriith. Poultry science 31:863-70 September 1952. i8 “Nutrients in the poultry ration.” Jacob Biely and B. March. Feedstuffs 25:20—51- March 28 1953. 19 ‘The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. VI. An unidentified growth factor (S) in fish meal.” Jacob Biely, B.E. March, H.L.A. Tarr. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 9210—3 October 1952. 20 “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. VII. Herring autolysates, fermentation products, condensed sol— ubles, and meal as supplements for chick starting rations.” H.L.A. Tarr, Jacob Biely, B.E. March. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 94:27— March 1953. 21 BIRNEY, A. EARLE “Notes on ancestors.” Canadizn forum 32233 January 1953. 2 22 BIRNEY, A. EARLE (cant.) Trial of a city and other verse. Toronto, Ryerson press [c1952) 71 p. 23 BLACK, EDGAR C. “Upper lethal temperatures of some British Columbia freshwater fishes.” Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 10:196—210 June 1953. 24 BLUR, OTTO “Liquid scintillation beta counter for radio—active solids.” Otto Biiih and Fred Terentiuk. Nucleonics 10L18—51 September 1952. “The value of inspiration: a study on Julius Robert Mayer and Josef Popper—Lynkeus.” isis L13 211—20 September 1952. 25 26 BORDEN, CHARLES E. “Results of archaelogical investigations in Central British Columbia.” British Columbia. Provincial museum. Anthropology in British Columbia 3:31—43 1952. 27 “A uniform site designation scheme for Canada.” British Columbia. Provincial museum. Anthropology in British Columbia 3:44—8 1952. 28 BOURNE, CHARLES B. Reviews “Human rights as legal rights” by Pieter N. Drost. Leiden, A.W. Sijthoff’s Uitgeversmij, 1951. 272 p. In International journal 8:62—4 Winter 1952-53. 29 “A manual of international law” by Georg Schwarzenberger. 3d ed. London, Stevens & sons, 1952. 441 p. In Canadian bar review 31:584—6 May 1953. 30 “Recent trends in the law of the United Nations” by Hans Kelsen, New York, Prger, 1951. 86 p. In International journal 8:61—2 Winter 1952—53. 31 BOYD, WILLIAM “The pathology of the ground substance of the mesenchyme.” Hawaii medical journal 113537 July—August 1952. 32 3 BRINK, VERNON C. CZi.ates of British Coluitbia for agrologists. Pt. I. Sciiie general features of the climates. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Agronomy department, Technical coninunication E’si qs p.] [mimeographed) 3L “Preliminary studies into the ecology and control of diffuse knapweed on B.C. ranges.” British Columbia agronomists’ associa tion. Conference report 786 1953. [abstract] 35 BUCKLAND, DONALD C. “Animal damage to conifers in British Columbia.” British Colanbi lumberaan 36:58i- October 1952. 36 “Mushrooms for the picking.t’ Western hoiges and living May 1953. p.53—5. Reprinted in Forest and miii 7:6 July 1953 as “Alnust all of British Columbia’s mushrooms are non—poisonous and make tasty eating.” 37 “Northistern research — who’s doing what?” British Columbia lumberman, Appears nunthly comencing with volume 37 number L. April 1953. 38 “Reforestation — One man’s opinion.” British Columbia lumberman 37:L—1+F,j.y 1953. 39 CAMPBELL, J.J.R. “Influence of temperature on the trace eleint requirements for citric acid production by Aspergillus niger.” Paul A. Kitos, Jack J.R. Campbell and Neil Tomlinson. Applied •icrobio logy 1:156—9 May 1953. “Surface activity as the cause of the anomalous behavior of urethane as an inhibitor of yeast respiration.” Carl Lamanna and Jack J.R. Campbell. Journal of bacteriology 65:596—600 May 1953. 41 CARROTHERS, ALFRED W.R. “The right to picket in British Columbia.” University of Toronto law journal 9250—87 1952. 42 “(Survey of Canadian legislation) Maritime provinces and Newfound land.” University of Toronto law journal 9:312-23 1952. 43 Review “Pollock on the law of partnership.” 15th ad. by L.C.B. Gower. London, Stevens and sons, 1952. In Canadian bar review 31:338—9 March 1953. £44 CHANT, S.N.F. “The psychology of credit.” In Credits and collections in Canada, sponsored by the Canadian Credit Institute [and others] rev, ad. Toronto, Ryerson ji953)p.26—32. 45 CLEMENS, WILLIAM A. “A brief history of the development of limnological and freshwater fisheries research in Canada.” Canadian fish culturist issue 12: 13 July 1952. £4.6 “The fertilization of lakes.” British Columbia. Game department. Came convention ... report of proceedings 6:125—9 1952. 47 “The-first record of the siooth lump—sucker, Cyclopterichthys ventricosus (Pallas), in British Columbia waters.” W.A. CLemens and G.V. Wilby. Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 9:141—2 September 1952. 148 CONSTANTINIDES, PARIS “The effect of protamine on serum cholesterol and serum turbidity in cholesterol—oil fed rats.” George Szasz and Paris Constantinides. Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de therapie 93255—9 March 1 1953. 14.9 “Mast cells and susceptibility to experimental atherosclerosis.” Science 117:505—6 May 8 1953. 50 COULTHARD, JEAN Sonata for piano. Toronto, 1’1I Canada Limited, June i 1953. 2513. 51 BOYD, WILLIAM A text- book of Febiger, 1953. (cont.) pathology. 1024 p. 6th ad. Philadelphia, Lea and 33 14. 5 COULTHARD, THOMAS L. “Report. on the requirements of agricultural engineering in B. C. agriculture.” British Columbia agronomists’ association. Conference report 7:21—L 1953. 52 COWAN, IAN McT. “Ruts and ridges: some major issues in wildlife conservation.” British Columbia. Game department. Game convention ... report of proceedings 6:63—8 1952. 53 “Three cetacean records from British Columbia.” I.McT. Cowan and Charles J. Guiguet. Murre let 33:10—1 1952. 54 CURTIS, GEORGE F. “Isolation, intention and income.” in Legal essays in honour of Arthur loxon, ed. by J.A. Corry, F.C. Cronkite and E.F. Whitiore. tTorontI University of Toronto press, 1953. p.239—62. ss DANIELS, J.M. “The alignment of Cobalt 8.” J.M. Daniels, M.A. Grace, H. Halban, N. Kurti and F.N.H. Robinson. Philosophical magazine 43127—130O December 1952. “Cerium magnesium nitrate, II. Detennination of the entropy— absolute temperature relation below i°K.” J.M. Daniels and F.N.H. Robinson. Philosophical magazine :63o—5 June 1953. 57 “High power solenoids; stresses and stability.” British journal of applied physics q:5o—4 February 1953. “Polarized ‘-rays fran nuclei aligned at l temperatures.” G.R. Bishop, J.M. Daniels, G. Goldschmidt, H. Halban, N. Kurti and F.N.H. Robinson. Physical review 88:2432—3 December i 195.2. 59 DELAVAULT, ROBERT E. “Acetonic dithizone in geochemistry.” Harry V. Warren, Robert H. Delavault and Ruth I. Irish. Economic geology 48306-11 June— July 1953. 60 “Trace elements in geochemistry and biogeochemistry.” Harry V. Warren and Robert H. Delavault. scientific monthly 75:26—30 July 1952. 6 6i DOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Human botulin in Canada.” Canadian medical association. Journal 685383 June 1953. EAGLES, BLYTRE A. “The chemistry of milk proteins.” Canadian dairy and ice cream journal 31:32—5 October 1952. 62 63 FRIEDMAN, GQNSTANCE L. “Further observations on ‘sustained’ hypertension in the rat.” Sydney M. Friedman, Miyoshi Nakashitna and Constance L. Friedman. American heart journal t4586Lp—72 June 1953. 64 “The hypertensive effect of caround F acetate (17-OH—corticosteroue— 21—acetate) in the rat.” Sydney M. Friedman, Constance L. Fried man and Miyoshi Nakashima. Endocrinology 51LO1—5 ?bv1t)er 1952. 6 “Inhibition of cardiovascular—renal effects of DCA by pitressin.” Sydney M. Friedman, Constance L. Friedman and Miyoshi Nakashima. American journal of physiology 17O270—6 August 1952. 66 “The role of the adrenal gland in sodium retention following acute venous obstruction.” Sydney M. Friedman, Miyoshi Nakashima and Constance L. Friedman. Canadian journal of medical sciences 30:585—go December 1952. 67 FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. “The effect of pitressin infusion on blood pressure of the rabbit, cat, and rat.” Sydney M. Friedman and Henry Pauls. American heart journal q4131—L2 July 1952. 68 “Further observations on ‘sustained’ hypertension in the rat.” Sydney M. Friedman, Miyoshi Nakashima and Constance L. Friedman. American heart journal 4586Ll.—72 June 1953. 64 “The hypertensive effect of compound F acetate (17—CWcorticosterone— 21—acetate) in the rat.” Sydney M. Friedman, Constance L. Fried man and Miyoshi Nakashima. Endocrinology 51:Llo1—s November 1952. 6 “Inhibition of cardiovascular—renal effects of DCA by pitressin.” SydneyM. Friedman, Constance L. Friedman and Miyoshi Nakashiina. American journal of physiology 170:270—6 August 1952. 66 7 FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. (cont.) ‘9’he role of the adrenal gland in sodium retention following acute venous obstruction.” Sydney M. Friedman, Miyoshi Nakashirna and Constance L. Friedman. Canadian journal of medical sciences 30:585—90 Deciiber 1952. 67 Visual anatomy - thorax and abdomen. Springfield, Illinois, Charles C. Thomas, 1952. 212 p. 69 FRIESEN, JOHN K. “Changes necessary to meet tonorrow’s problems.” In American cooperation, 1952. Washington, American institute of cooperation r1952 p.si—6. 70 “Economic planning on the prairies” by a group of cooperators. Food for thought 13:21—6 February 1953. 71 ‘Polk schools in Canada.” John M. Parsey tandl John K. Friesen. School review 61141—50 March 1953. 72 “Planning for rural comunities.” Food for thought 13:27—31 February 1953. 73 GIBSON, WILLIAM C. ‘9’he staining of synaptic terminals within the central nervous system by Rio—Hortega) s double impregnation silver method.” George H. brrison, Jr. and Willi C. Gibson. Science 117:656—8 June 12 1953. 74 HADDOCK, PHILIP G. “Forest soils information in relation to silvicultural treatments and problems.” Forest soils symposium. Summary of papers pre sented 1953. 0.28—30. Seattle, University of Washington, College of forestry, 1953. mimeograohed. 78 HALPERN, JACK “Kinetics of the oxidation of galena in sodium hydroxide solutions under oxygen pressure.” J . E. Andersen, J. Halpern and C. S. Samis. Journal of metals 5:554—8 April 1953. 79 “Proton affinities of olefins.” Aiwyn G. Evans and J. Halpern. Faraday society. Transactions 43:1034—L44 November 1952. 8o HARLOW, NEAL R. “Bibliographers in an age of scientists.” Revue de l’Llniversite’ d’Ottawa 233749 January—March 1953. 8i HATTER, JAMES “Some trends in the hunting and harvest of moose and mule British Columbia.” British Columbia. Gane department. convention ... report of proceedings 6:57—61 1952. HAWTHORN, HARRY B. • .on social science: prejudice.” Vancouver civic unity council. Civic unity memo March—April 1953. p.8—g. 83 “Stratification in a Latin American city.” Harry B. Hawthorn and Audrey Engle Hawthorn, In Readings in Latin American social organization and institutions, ed. by Olen E. Leonard and Charles P. Loomis. [East Lansing, Michigan Michigan state college press, 1953. p.208—18. 8i-i- HOAR, WILLIAM S. “Effects of some hormones on the behavior of salmon fry.” william S. Hoar, Dixon MacKinnon and Aline Redlich. Canadian journal of zoo logy 30:273—86 October 1952. 8 “Thyroid function in some anadromous and land—locked teleosts.” oyal society of Canada. Transactions. 3d series. 46(section 5):39—53 June 1952. 86 deer in Ga. e 82 GRANT, W. LEONARD “Elegiac themes in Horace’s odes.” In Classical association of Canada’ Studies in honour of Gilbert Norwood, ed. by Mary E. White, [Toronto] University of Toronto Press, 1952. 0.194—202. 75 “Giovanni Pico and ‘Malius’ again.” Philological quarterly 32223— April 1953. 76 “On Giovanni Aurispa’s name.” Philological quarterly 32219—23. April 1953. 77 8 9 HOOLEY, J. GILBERT “The mechanin of glass polishing.” J.G. nith and J.G. Hooley. Canadian journal of technology 31:37—41 February—March 1953. 87 IRISH, RUTH I. “Acetonic dithizone in geochemistry.” Harry V. Warren, Robert E. Delavault, and Ruth I. Irish. Econowic geology 48:306—n June— July 1953. 6o KAEMPFFER, FRIEDRICH A. “Note on the concept of vacuum in quantum electrodynamics. Canadian journal of physics 31:165—6 January 1953. 88 “The physical meaning of auxiliary conditions in the theory of gravitational waves.” Canadian journal of physics 31:501—3 May 1953. 89 “Theory of the electronagnetic vacuum (preliminary report).” Canadian journal of physics 31:497—500 May 1953. 90 “Theory of the electixxnagnetic vacuum, I.” Canadian journal of physics 31:6—35 May 1953. 91 KENNEDY, GILBERT D. “(The authority of English decisions in Canada)” Canadi an bar review 30:1085—7 December 1952. 92 “Legislative chaliges in British Columbia — recent implnentation of 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” Canadian bar review 31:697- 702 June—July 1953. 94 “ Stare decisis’ — Provincial Court of Appeal overruling itself — civil proceedings.” Canadian bar review 3]:87—90 January 1953. 95 “[Survey of Canadian legislation) western provinces.” University of Toronto law journal 10:114—2) 1953. 96 “Wills — construction — alleged ‘absolute’ gift to wife with gift over.tt Canadian bar review 30:927—31 November 1952. 97 KENNEDY, GILBERT D. (cont.) “Wills — mistake — husband and wife executing wills drawn for each other — probate of husband’s will with substitutions.” Canadian bar reuiew 3]: 185—2)0 February 1953, 444—6 April 98 Reviews “Cases on private international law” by J.H.C. Morris. Oxford, Clarendon press, 1951. 417 p. In Canadianbar review 30952—5 November 1952. 99 “Eversley’ s law of danestic relations: husband and wife, parent and child, guardian and ward, infants, master and servant” by L.I. Stranger—Jones. 6th ed. London, Sweet and Maxwell, 1951. 7L3 p. In University of Toronto law journal 10:137—140 1953. 100 “Latey on divorce: The law and practice in divorce and matriiinial causes” by W. Latey, J. Latey, J.B. Gardner and D.R. LeB. Holloway, eds. i4th ed. London, Sweet and Maxwell, 1952. 1541 p. In University of Toronto law journal 101L402 1953. 101 ‘The law relating to the formation and annulment of marriage and allied matters in English dcxistic and private international law1’ by Joseph Jackson. London, Sweet and Maxwell, 1951. 3214. p. In University of Toronto law journal 10:135—7 1953. 102 “Primer of procedure” by Delmar Karlen. Madison, Campus publishing canpany, 1950. 525 p. In University of Toronto law journal 10: ióo—i 1953. 103 ‘Williams on the law of executors and administrators” by Sir D,H. Parry. i3th ed. London, Stevens and sons, 1953. 2 V. In Canadian bar review 31:703—4 June—July 1953. 104 KENNY, DOUGLAS T. “Testing of differences between variances based on correlated variates.” Canadian journal of psychology 7:25—8 March 1953. 105 KER, JOHN W. An evaluation of several wethods of estimating site index of immature gtands. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Faculty of forestry, Research paper number 1. Reprinted in Forestry chronicle 2863—74 September 1952. ioó 10 11 IL KER, JOHN W. (Cont.) “The relationship betien the number of trees per acre and the percentage stocking of reproduction.” Journal of forestry si: 342—LI. May 1953. 107 LAIRD, DAVID G. “Scne recent advances in soil microbiology.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 6:41—3 1953. io8 LARKIN, PETER A. “The effects on fisheries of present and future water utilization in the Canpbell River drainage area.” R.G. McMynn and P.A. Larkin. British Columbia. Game cc.nnission. Management publica tion number 2 1953. 109 “Fisheries research of the British Columbia game department and scxne caEnents on sport—fishery regulations.” British Columbia. Game department. Game convention ... report of proceedings 6: 130—7 1952. 110 “Suainary of pollution panel.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 6:199—201 1953. 111 “The role of research in the management of freshwater fisheries in British Columbia.” Canadian fish culturist issue 1210—2 July 1952. 112 LEIANIS, EUGENE “Uber die bewegung eines inassenpunktes in einem widerstehenden mittel verkderlicher dichte.” Acta physica Austriaca 6319—21 1952. 113 LINDSEY, C.C. “Variation in anal fin ray count of the redside shiner Richard sonius Balteatus (Richardson).” Canadian journal of zoology 31:211—25 June 1953. 114 MACKAY, J. ROSS “The atlas habit.” British Columbia teacher 32:252—4 March 1953. 115 “A new projection for cubic symbols on econcnic maps.” Economic geography 29:60—2 January 1953. ii6 MACKAY, J. ROSS (cont.) “Physiography of the Darnley Bay Area, N.W.T.” Canadian geographer number 2:32—4 1952. 117 MACKENZIE, LAURA HUNTER “Fuente vaqueros.” Can ad ian forum 33:37—8 May 1953. MacKENZIE, N.A.M. The freedom of the university in a free society. Fbunders’ Day address. Fredericton, University of New Brunswick, 1953. 119 McLEISH, JOHN A.B. “Education and irld crisis.” Canadian home and school 12:5—7 February—March 1953. “What makes an unforgettable teacher?” Educational record of the province of Quebec 69:12—5 January—March 1953. 121 McMYNN, R.G. “The effects on fisheries of present and future water utilization in the Campbell River drainage area.” R.G. McMynn and P.A. Larkin. British Columbia. Game connission. Management pub ii- cation number 2 1953. 109 MacPHEE, EARLE D. “Scientific management control.” Internal auditor 10:20—9 March 1953. 122 McSPADDEN, GEORGE E. “The Hispanic heritage.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 3:30—1 April 1952. Eugene, University of Oregon. 123 MARCH, BERYL E. “The effect of drying tenerature on the folic id content of herring meal.” J. Biely, B. March and H.L.A. Tarr. Science 116:249—So September 5 1952. 17 “The effect of feeding antibiotics on the carbohydrate and protein requirements of the chick.” J. Biely, B.E. March and D.F. inith. Poultry science 31:863-70 September 1952. i8 12 13 MARCH, BERYL E. (cont.) ‘Nutrients in the poultry ration.” Jacob Biely and B. March. Feeds tuffs 25:20—5+ March 28 1953. 19 “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. VI. An unidentified growth factor (S) in fish meal.” Jacob Biely, B.E. March, H.L.A. Tarr. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 92:10—3 October 1952. 23 “The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fish solubles. VII. Herring autolysates, fermentation products, condensed sol— ubles, and meal as supplements for chick starting rations.” H.L.A. Tarr, Jacob Biely, B.E. March. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progress reports of the Pacific Coast stations 94:27— 9 March 1953. 21 MATHER, JAMES M. ‘The ccmiunity and the teaching of preventive medicine.” Metro— politan health cainittee of greater Vancouver. Public health bulletin 31t Spring 1953. 1. “The teaching of preventive medicine.” Vancouver medical associa tion. Bulletin 29413—6 June 1953. 125 MATHEWS, WILLIAM H. “Glacier study for the nuntaineer.” Canadian alpine journal 36: 161—7 May 1953. 126 “Spherulitic alkali rhyolite dikes in the Atsutla Range, Northern British Columbia.” W.H. Mathews and K.D. Watson. AMerican •ineralogist 38:432—47 May—June 1953. 127 MILTON, G.W. “The occurrence of secondary malignant disease in the spleen.” Kedical journal of Australia [39)2:736—40 November 1952. MORRISON, RUTH MacINTYRE “Providing opportunities for dynamic learning.” Canadian nurse LI.9:113—7 February 1953. NELSON, A. JOHN “Field trials of influenza virus vaccine.” Vancouver medical association. Bulletin 29:321—2 April 1953. 129 130 NELSON, A. JOHN (cont.) “Prophylaxis of ophthalmia neonatorum.” Vancouver medical asso ciation. Bulletin 29:175—6 January 1953. 131 “Progress in venereal disease control.” Vancouver medical asso ciation. Bulletin 28434—5 September 1952. 132 OBERLANDER, H. PETER “Master’s degree in conmunity and regional planning, U.B.C.” Royal architectural institute of Canada. Journal 30131—2 May 1953. 133 “(Stream pollution in British Columbia)” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 6:195—9 1953. 134 “This urban cage in which we live.” Canadian art 10:21—3 October 1952. 135 Review ‘Plan for the national capital — General report” by Jacques Greber. Ottawa, National capital planning service, 1950. 308 p. H. Peter Oberlander and Williau Tierney Lane. In Airican Institute of planners. Journal 19:112—5 Spring 1953. 136 OKIJLITCH, VLADIMIR J. “The systematic position of archaeocyatha (Pleosponges).” Journal of paleontology 27:L815 May 1953. 237 OPECHOWSKI, WLADYSLAW “Magneto—optical effects and paramagnetic resonance.” Reviews of aodern physics 25264—8 January 1953. 138 ORMSBY, MARGARET A. “Canada.” The World Book encyclopedia. Annual supple.ent 1953. p. L14-7. Okanagan historical society. Sixteenth report ed. by Margaret A. Ormsby. [Peuticton, Penticton Herald] c1952. iq8 p. 140 “William C. Young’s report on Cherry Creek.” Okanagan historical society. Report 16:136—v 1952. 141 139 14 15 OPJ1SBY, MARGARET A. (cont.) Review “Cumberland house journals and Inland journal, 1775—82, First series, i775-9” ed. by E.E. Rich and A.M. Johnson. London, Hudson’s Bay Record Society. Publications lLj., 1951. 382 p. In Canadian historical review 3462—4 March 1953. 142 PICKARD, GEORGE L. “Seasonal variation of temperature and salinity of surface waters of the British Columbia coast.” G.L. Pickard and D.C. McLeod. Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 10125—45 May 1953. 143 RENNEY, ARTHUR J. “Pininary studies on CW used as a ore-emergent with leguns and grasses.” A.J. Pemiey and R. Ashford. British Columbia agioncinists’ association. Conference report 7:88—9 1953. ROBERTSON, JAMES G. “Sex differentiation in the Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum).” Canadian journal of zoology 31:73—9 April 1953. 145 ROBINSON, JOHN LEWIS “Dwindling arable lands.” Caiiuunity planning association of Canada. British Columbia division. Regional conference 4:15—9 July 1952. Vancouver, B.C., Coniunity planning association. mimeographed. 146 “Geogrhy in Canada.” In The status of geography in countries adhering to the International geographical union. Washington, International geograohical congress 17th, 1952. Publication number 7 p.10—3. 147 “Rocky mountain trench, a great gash in the earth’s surface, run ning in an almost straight line for a thousand miles, marks the western boundary of the Rockies.” Beaver outfit 28336-9 March 1953. 1148 RONIMOIS, HANS E, “Soviet econonic planning and the balance of vower.” International journal 8:32—4o Winter 1952—1953. 149 i6 RONIMOIS, HANS E. (cont.) Review “The Soviet price system” by Naum Jasny. Stanford, University press, 1951. 179 p. “The Soviet financial system” by Mikhail V. Condoide. Columbus, Ohio State university [19513. 230 p. In Canadian journal of econo.ics and political science 19113-5 February 1953. 150 ROWLES, CHARLES A. “Soil resource use in British Columbia today and tomorrow.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 6:25—7 1953. 151 “Krilium experiments in British Columbia, 1952.” British Columbia agronomists’ association. Conference report 7:40—1 1953. [abstract] 152 SAGE, WALTER N. “Daniel Buchanan, 1880—1950.” Royal society of Canada. Proceed ings. 3d series. 46(appefldiX B):75—7 June 1952. 153 ST. CLAIR—SOBELL, JAMES “An early approach to linguistics.” Pacific northwest conference of foreign language teachers. Proceedings 415—21 March 1953. Portland, Reed College, minographed. 154 Reviews “A history of Soviet Russia: The Bolshevik revolution 1917—1923, Volume II” by Edward Rallett Carr. London, MacMillan, 1952. In International journal 8:128—9 Spring 1953. 155 “The influence of stress on vowel quality in spoken Russian” by N. Partridge. Slavonic and East European review 29:21j4—55 December 1950. In Word [Slavic supplemenf] 8qo5—7 December 1952. 156 SAMIS, CLARENCE S. “Kinetics of the oxidation of galena in sodium hydroxide solutions under oxygen pressure.” J.E. Andersen, J. Halpern and C.S. Samis. Journal of Ketals 55548 April 1953. 79 17 SCOTT, ANTHONY D. 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