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VANCOUVER, B. C.UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA1952PUBLICATIONSOF THEFACULTY ANDSTAFFJULY , 1950 - JUN& 30, 1951-; j,-.-PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY ANDSTAFFJuly 1, 1950 - June 30, 1951AZUUGG, G.P.V,“England in 1609.” Huntington library quarterly14:75-94 November 1950.University of British Columbia PublicationsBibliographical Series No. 2This Faculty Bibliography has been publishedunder the general direction of the UniversityEditorial Conmiittee, but special thanks aredue to the staff of the Reference Division ofthe University Library who did the basic workof preparation.ALLARDYCE, JOHN“Experimental hypertension.” John Allardyce, James Salter andRay Rixon. American journal of physiology 164:68-72 January1951. 2ALLEN, G.S.“A comparison of several regeneration survey methods in terms ofcost and usefulness.” G,S, Alien, B.G, Griffith and J,W. Ker.British Columbia lumberman 35:66+ March 1951. 3“Forest research at the University of British -Columbia.” BritishColumbia lumberman 34:64-6+ December 1950. 4ANGUS, H.F,“The dangers of declaring human rights.” Canadian journal ofeconomics and political science 17:218-21 May 1951. 5BARREU, IZADORE“Fertility of salmonoid eggs and sperm after storage.” Fisheriesresearch’board of Canada. Journal 8:125-33 February 1951. 6BESLEY, LOWELL“Forest conservation in the schools of British Columbia.” -BritishColumbia lumberman 35:41-2+ April 1951. 7--- .-- -,-- I—: .Taxation of crown-granted timberlands in British Columbia.British Columbia. University. Publications. Forestry bulletinnumber 1, February 1951. 86p.8BIELY., JACOB“‘A,P.F.T in the laying ration.” W.J. Forrest, Jacob Biely andB. March. Feedstuffs 22:30-3 August 5 1950, 91BIELY, JACOB (cont.)“‘A.P.F.T supplements in the chick ration.” J. Biely, B. March,J. Stevens and B. Casorso, Poultry science 30: 143-7 January1951. 10“The nutritive value of fish meal and condensed fishsolubles,II. Effect of heat on herring meal.” H,L.A. Tarr, H.M.Bissett, B.A. Southcott, J. Biely and B.E. March. Fisheriesresearch board of Canada. Progress reports of the PacificCoast stations 87:42-6 June 1951.“Supplementation of wheat with amino acids in the diet of thechick.” B. March, J. Biely and J. Tonzetich.Journal ofnutrition 42: 565-75 December 1950.BIRNEY, A.E.Article:“How and when did speech begin?”Canadian railway employees’monthly 37:61+ March 1951.Poem:“Ballad of Mr. Chubb.” Canadian forum 30:207 December1950.11121314Fiction:“What’s this Agoosto?” Montreal standardp.l4lS+ July29 1950.BLACK, CS,“Building ideas.” Canadian home economics journal1: 3.5 June1951.1516BLACK, E.C.“Carbon dioxide asphyxiation of some British Columbia fresh-waterfishes.” E.C. Black and V.S. Black, American journal ofphysiology 163:699 December 1950. (abstract 17“Respiration in fishes,” University of Toronto biologicalseries number 59:91-111 1951.Covertitle: Some aspects of the physiology of fish by W.S,Hoar, V,S, Black and E.C, Black, University of Torontopress,1951,Publications of the Ontario fisheries research laboratorynumber LXXI,18BLACK, V.S.“Carbon dioxide asphyxiation of some British Columbiafresh-waterfishes” E.C. Black and V.S. Black.American journal of physiology 163:699 December 1950.[abstractl 17‘Changes in body chloride, density, andwater content of chum(Oncorhynchus Keta) and coho (0. Kisutch)salmon fry when transferred from fresh water to sea water.”Fisheries research boardof Canada. Journal 8:164-77 February1951. 19“Osmotic regulations in teleost fishes.”University of Torontobiological series number 59:53-89 1951.Covertitle: Some aspects of thephysiology of fish by W.S.Hoar, V.S. Black and E.C.Black, University of Toronto press,1951.Publications of the Ontario fisheries researchlaboratorynumber LXXI18BLUH, OTTO“The electric conductivity of weak electrolytes andampholytes athigh electric field strength.”Otto Bluh and Fred Terentiuk,Journal of chemical physics 18:1664-8 December 1950.20“Vibrating probe electrometer for the measurementof bioelectricpotentials.” Otto Bluh and B.I.H. Scott. eviewof scientificinstruments 21:867-8 October1950.21BORDEN, ChARLES“Archeology of the Columbia-Fraser region” by MarianW. Smith.Society for American archeology. Memoir number6 1950. Reviewarticle in) American antiquity 16:278-9 January1951. 22“Cattle point: a stratified site in the Southernnorthwest coastregion” by Arden B. King. Society for American archeology.Memoir number 7 l950 [Review article in) American antiquity16:279-81 January 195L“Fraser River delta archeological findings” Americanantiquity16:263 January 1951.24BOURNE, C.B.“Effect of failure to lay.” Canadian bar review 28:791-6August/September 1950.25232 3BEiAYSHAW, TC.“A new specie of Pellia (Pellia columbiana).” Vladimir Krajinaand T.C. Brayshaw. Bryologist 54:59-67 March 1951. 26BRYCE, W.A.“Chemical reactions in a magnetic field.” Sonia Collins andW,A. Bryce. Journal of chemical physics 18:1297 September 1950.27CAMPBELL, J,J.R.“The influence of zinc, iron, copper and manganese on the production of citric acid byAspergillus niger, II. Evidence forthe essential nature of copper and manganese.” Neil Tomlinson,J.J.R. Campbell and P.C. Trussell, Journal of bacteriology61l7-25 January 1951. 28“The intermediate metabolism of Pseucloinonas aeruginosa, V. Theidentification of pyruvate as an intermediate in glucose oxidation.” R.H. Warburton, B,A. Eagles and J.J,R. Campbell.Canadian journal of botany 29: 143-6 April 1951. 29“The oxidation of glucose and gluconic acid by dried cells ofPseudomonas aeruginosa. “ F,N. Stokes and J.J.R. Campbell.Archives of biochemistry 30: 121-5 January 1951. 30“Tricarboxylic acid cycle in Pseudomonas aerugiriosa.” J.J.R.Campbell and F.N, Stokes. Journal of biological chemistry 190:853-8 June 1951. 31CARTER, M.N.“The preparation and application of brines and dipping solutionsfor processing certain fish products.” H,L.A. Tarr, A.W. Lantzand M.N. Carter. Fisheries research board of Canada. Progressreports of the Pacific coast stations number 84: 51-7October1950.32CHANG, HELEN“Two cases of rat-bite fever due to strepto-bacillus moniliformis.” C.E. Dolman, D,E. Kerr, HelenChang and All, Shearer.Canadian journal of public health 42:228-41 June 1951. 33CLARK, R.M.“Civic tax exemptions -- The Edmonton civic centreplan.”Appraisal journal 19: 172-84April 1951. 34CLEMENS, W.A.The production of Kain loops trout(Salmo gairdnerii kamloops,Jordan) in Paul Lake, BritishColumbia. P.A. Larkin, G.C.Anderson, W,A, Clenens and D,C,G.MacKay. BritishColumbia.Game department. Scientificpublication number1 1950. 37p.35COLLINS, SONIA“Chemical reactions in a magnetic field.” SofiaCollins andW.A. Bryce. Journal of chemical physics18:1297 September 195027CONSTANTIN IDES, PARIS“The effect of glucose on the adrenal responsetoACTH in hypophysectomized rats,’ P. onstantinides,C. Fortier, and F.R.Skelton. Endocrinology 47: 351-63 November1950.“The effect of some synthetic steroids on themorphogeneticaction of stilbestrol in the rat.” P. Constantinidesand M,L,Gordon. Revue Canadienne de biologie 9:107-12 mai 1950. 37“L’influence de rgimes alimentaires surla r’action d’alarme.”ACFAS. Annales 16: 121-4 1948/50.38“Influence of adrenaline and insulin onadrenal cortical responseto ACTH.” C, Fortier,F,R. Skelton and P. Constantinides.Society for experimental biology andmedicine. Proceedings76:77-8 January 1951.39COOKE, A.C.“An eminent and unconventionalVictorian; Mary HenriettaKingsley,l862l900.” University of Torontoquarterly 20: 329-43 July1951.40COPP, D,H,“The effects of ACTH on themetabolism of radioactivecalciumin normal and hypophysectomized rats.”Frank D. Ulrich,D.H.Copp. C.W. Asling, 0.11, Li andW.O. Reinhardt.Endocrinology48:245’8 March 1951.41“The metabolism of radioactive cobalt (Co60) innormal andalloxan diabetic rats.” Frank D. Ulrich and.,H.Copp. Archivesof biochemistry arid biophysics 31: 148-53March 1951. 423645COPP, D.H. (cont.)“The metabolism of radioactive strontium in adult, youngandrachitic rats.” D.C. Jones and D.H. Copp.Journal of biological chemistry 189:509-14 April 1951.43“Skeletal changes in severe phosphorus deficiency of the rat, I.Tibia, metacarpal bone, costochondral junction, caudal vertebra.”R.D. Coleman, H. Becks, F. Van N. Kohl, and D,H, Copp. Archivesof pathology 50:209-32 August 1950. 44COWAN, I, McT.“The effect of forest succession upon the quantity and upon thenutritive values of woody plants used as food by moose.” I.v1cT.Cowan, W.S. Hoar and 3. Hatter. Canadian journal of research28D:249-.7l October 1950. 45“Food habits of the marten (Martes americana) in the Rocky Mountain region of Canada.” I,McT, Cowan, and R.H. Mackay. Canadianfield naturalist 64: 100-4 May/June 1950. 46“Nature sanctuaries in the United States and Canada.” Livingwilderness number 35 1951. 45 p. 47“A new microtus from the western Arctic of Canada.” Journal ofmainraalogy 32:353r4 August 1951.48“The passenger pigeon.” Museum and art notes 2dseries 1:25-6March 1951. 49DAGGETr, H. M.., Jr.“Properties of electrolytic solutions, XLVII. Conductance ofsome quaternary ammonium and other salts in water at low concentration.” H.M. Daggett, Jr., E.J. Bair and C.A. Kraus.American chemical society. Journal 73:799-803February 1951.50DOLMAN, C,E.“Two cases of rat-bite fever due tostrepto-bacillus moniliformis.” C,E. Dolman, DE. Kerr, Helenhang and A.R. Shearer.Canadian journal of public health 42: 228-41June 1951. 33DUNELL, B.A.‘The measurement of dynamic modulus and energy losses in singletectile filaments subjected to forced longitudinal vibrations.”B.A. Dunell and J.H. Dillàn. Textile research fol2rnat 21:393—403 June 1951. 51DUNELL, B.A. (cont.)“Stress relaxation and dynamic properties ofpolymers.” A.V,Tobolsky, B.A. Dunell and R.D. Andrews. Textile researchjournal 21:404-11 June 1951. 52EAGLES, B.A.“The intermediate metabolism of Pseudomonas aerugimosa, V.Theidentification of pyruvate as an intermediatein glucose oxidation.” 11.11. Warburton, B.A. Eaglesand J.J.R. Campbell.Canadian journal of botany 29:143-6 April1951. 29EASTMAN, S.M.“Mers-el-kebir.” International journal (CIIA) 6:233-7 Sunmer1951. 53FRIEDMAN, CL,“Action of cortisone on cardiovascular-renal effectsof desoxycorticosterone acetate.” S.M. Friedman, C.L. Friedmanand M.Nakashima. American journal of physiology 163:319-25 November1950.54“Sustained hypertension-following the administrationof desoxycorticosterone acetate.” S.M. Friedman, C,L. Friedmanand M.Nakashima. Journal of experimental medicine 93:361-72April1951.55FRIEDMAN, S.M,.“Action of cortisone on cardiovascular-renaleffects of desoxycorticosterone acetate.” S.M. Friedman,C.L, Friedman andM.Nakashima. American journal of physiology163:319-25 November1950.54“Sustained hypertension following the administration of desoxycorticosterone acetate.” S.M. Friedman,C.L, Friedman and M.Nakashima. Journal of experimental medicine 93:361-72April1951.55Visual anatomy - head and neck. Springfield, Illinois, CharlesC. Thomas, 1950. 217p. 57“Effect of potassium and ofheart injury in the rat.”Circulation 2:230-6 Augustdesoxycorticosterone acetate inacuteC.G. Campbell and S,M. Friedman.1950. 5667GIBSON, W.C.“Australia’s flying doctors.” Canadian medical association.Journal 63: 176-8 August 1950. 58GRAHAM, KENNETh“Pinworms in lumber: historical and economic aspects.” KennethGraham and E.C. Boynes. British Columbia lumberman 34: 42+August 1950.59“Pinworms in lumber: measurement of a damage index in logs infested by ambrosia beetles.” Kenneth Graham, J.M. Kinghornand W.E. Webb. British Columbia lumberman 34:43-44+ August1950. 60GRIFFITh, E.G.“A comparison of several regeneration survey methods in termsof cost and usefulness.” G.S. Allen, B.G. Griffith andJW.Ker. British Columbia lumberman 35:66i. March 1951.3GUTHRIE, PATHICK“A note on Horace Epistle 1.14.” Classical philology 40:116-7April 1951. 61HARLOW, NEALThe maps of San Francisco Bay, from the Spanish discoveryin1769 to the American occupation.tsan Francisco] Book Club ofCalifornia,1950. 140 p. 21 numbered plates. 62“UCLA special collections.” Book Club of California. Quarterlynews-letter 15:80-3 Fall 1950. 63HABFiIS, G.H.“The effect ofnitrogen, phosphorus, potassium andchlorine onthe carotene contentof the carrot.” J.A. Freeman and G.H.Harris. Scientificagriculture 31:207-11 May 1951.“Present status ofagrologists.” Agricultural institute review5:37 July 1950. 65“Sawdust as a mulch for strawberries.”Scientific agriculture31: 52-60 February 1951.6664HATrER, JAMES“The effect of forest succession upon the quantity andupon thenutritive values of woody plants used as food bymoose.”I.McT. Cowan, W.S, Hoar and I. Hatter. Canadianjournal ofresearch 28D:249-71 October 1950.45HO, PING-TI“Weng Tung-ho and the ‘One hundred daysof reform’.” Far eastern quarterly 10: 125-35 February 1951.67HOAR, W.S.“The chum and pink salmon fisheries of BritishColumbia 1917-1947.” Fisheries research board of Canada. Bulletin number90 l95L 46p.68“The effect of forest succession upon the quantity and upon thenutritive values of woody plants used as food by moose.”I.McT. Cowan, W.S. Hoar and J. Hatter. Canadian journalofresearch 28D:249-7l October 1950.45“Hormones in fish.” University of Toronto biologicalseriesnumber 59: 1-51 1951.Covertitle: Some aspects of thephysiology of fish by W.S.Hoar, V.S. Black and E.C. Black, Universityof Toronto press,1951.Publications of the Ontario fisheries researchlaboratorynumber LXXI.18HBENNIKOFF, ALEXANDER“Analysis of pile foundations with batterpiles.” Americansociety of civil engineers.Transactions 115:351-81 October1950.69HULL, T.E.“The factorization method.”L. Infeld and TE, Hull. Reviewsof modern physics 23:21-68 January1951. 70IRISH, R.I.“Improved dithizone field test for heavy metals in water.”H,V, Warren, R.E, Delavault and RJ. Irish. Geologicalsociety of America. Bulletin 62:609-18 June1951. 71JAMIESON, S.M,“The Doukhobors of British Columbia.” Canadian forum31:7-8April 1951. 729JAMIESON, S.M. (cont.)KENNEDY, G.D. - Reviews (cont.)‘Industria1 relations and government policy.”Canadian journal “Current law year book 1948”ed. by Clifford Walsh.London,of economics and political science 17:25-38 February 1951. 73 Sweet andMaxwell 1949. 3990 paragraphsunpaged. In canadianbar review 28: l04950 November1950.84KENNEDY. G.D.‘mendment of-the British North America acts in relation to “Current law year book1949” ed. by Clifford Walsh.London,BritishColumbia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland.” Sweet and Maxwell, 1950. 4277 paragraphsunpaged. InGanadianUniversity of Toronto law journal 8: 208-17 September 1950. 74 bar review 28 1049-50 November1950.85“Gift by will toW at her death ‘what remains’ to the children.” “The elements of legalcontroversy; an introductionto theCanadian bar review 28:839-57 October 1950.75 study of adjective law” by J. Michael.Brooklyn. Foundationpress, 1948. 756p. (University case book series) InUni“Recent Canadian decisions on private international law.”Inter- versity of Toronto lawjournal 8 445-6 September 1950.86national law quarterly 3:431-7 July 1950.76“‘Ihe heralds of the law” by C,G. Moran.London, Stevens and“Stare decisis - five recent judicial corrinents.”Canadian bar Sons, 1948. 114p.In University of Toronto lawjournal 8:review 29:92-8 January 1951.77 447-9 September 1950.87“Survey of Canadian legislation: westernprovinces.” University “An historical introduction toEnglish law anc itsConstitution”of Toronto law journal 8:398-407 September 1950.78by Harold Potter.3d ed. London, Sweet andMaxwell, 1948.650 p. In University of Torontolaw journal 8:458-9September“Wills--commorientes--substitutional gifts and executors.”1950.88Canadian bar review 29:309-16 March 1951. 79“Learning the law; a book for theguidance of the law student”Reviewsby GlanvilleL. Williams. 3d ed. London,Stevens and sons,1950. 192 p. In Canadianbar review 28:832-5August/September1950.89Cases on the conflict oflaws by R,H. Graveson. London,Sweet and Maxwell, 1949. 659p.In University of Toronto‘A textbook on the English conflict of laws (private inter-law journal 8:434-8 Septemuer 1950. or.’. .national law) by CM Schmittnofi. 2d ed. London,Pitman,1948. 461 p. In University of Toronto law journal8’434-8“The cornnon law of England” by C.G. Moran. London, Hollis andSeptember 1950.90Carter,1948. 36 p. In University of Toronto law journal8; 457-8 September 1950. 81KER JW“A comparison of several regeneration survey methods in terms“Conflict of laws” by A.V. Dicey, ed. byJH,C. Morris. 6th ed.of cost and usefulness.” G,S. Allen.B.G, Griffith and J.W.London, Stevens and sons, 1949. 912p.In University ofKer, British Columbia lumberman35:68+ March 1951.3Toronto law journal 8:434-8 September1950. 82“A test of the accuracy of tree height measurementstaken by“Conflict of laws” by R.H. Graveson. London, Sweet and Maxwell,Abney level and chain.” British columbialumberman 35 58÷1948. 394 p. In University of Toronto law journal 8:434-38January 1951.91September 1950. 831011MacKENZIE, N.A.M (cont)Some general problems of education. British Columbia. University. Publications. Lecture series number 15 1950. 13p.97McLEOD, HUGH“A Rorschach study with pre-.school children.” Journalof projective techniques 14:453-63 December 1950.98McLEOD, MARY“Vibrio cholerae in fluid media.” L.E. Rantaand Mary McLeod.Canadian journal of research 28E:257-61 December1950. 99McSPADDEN, G.E.“The problem of teaching Spanish syntax.” Hispania33:347-9November 1950.100MARCH, B.E.“‘A.P.F.’ ix’ the laying ration.” W,J. Forrest, J. BielyandB.E. March. Feedstuffs 22: 30-3 August 51950. 9“A.P,F.’ supplements in the chick ration.”J. Biely, B.E,March, J. Stevens and B. Casorso. Poultryscience 30:143-7January 1951.10“The nutritive value of fish mea.l and condensed fishsolubles,II. Effect of heat on herring meal.” H.L.A. Tarr, H.M. Bissett,B.A, Southcott, J. Biely and B,E, March.Fisheries researchboard of Canada. Progress reportsof the Pacific coast stations87:42-6 June 1951.11“Supplementation of wheat withamino acids in the dietof thechick.” B. March. J. Biely and J.Tonzetich. Journalofnutrition 42:565-75 December 1950.12MORLEY, N.H.“Human nutrition study in the universitydegree.” Canadiandietetic association. Journal 12:152-4March 1951. 101NAKASHIMA, MIYOSHI“Action of cortisone on cardiovascular-renal effectsof desoxycorticosterone acetate.” S.M, Friedman. C.L.Friedman and M.Nakashinia. American journal of physiology 163:319-25November1950.5413KERR, DE.“Two cases of rat-bite fever due to strepto-bacillus moniliformis.” C.E, Dolman, DE. Kerr, Helen Chang and A,R. Shearer.Canadian journal of public health 42:228-41 June 1951. 33KERR, R.B.“Some aspects of diabetes mellitus.” Vancouver medical association. Bulletin 27:171-6 April 1951. 92KIRSdH, MILTON“Studies on BDX and related compounds,II.The nitrolysis ofhexamine in acetic acid.” Milton Kirsch and C.A, Winkler.Canadian journal of research 28B:715-9 November 1950. 93KBAJINA, VLADIMIR“A new specie of Pellia (Pellia columbiana).” Vladimir Krajinaand TC. Brayshaw. Bryologist 54:59-67 March 1951. 26LARKIN, P.A.“Canadian uses of electrical fish shocking devices.” Canadianfish culturist 9:21-5 December 1950. 94The production of Kamloops trout (Salmo gairdnerii kamloops,Jordan) in Paul Lake, British Columbia. P.A. Larkin,G.C.Anderson, W.A. Clemens and DCG. MacKay. British Columbia.Game department. Scientific publication number 1 1950.37p.35MacKAY, D,C,G.The production of Kamloops trout (Salmo gairdnerii kamloops,Jordan) in Paul Lake, British Columbia. P.A. Larkin,G,C.Anderson, W.A. Clemens and DCG. MacKay.British Columbia.Game department. Scientificpublication number 1 1950. 37 p.35MACKAY, J.R,“Some problems and techniques in isopleth mapping.” Economicgeography 27: 1-9 January 1951. 95MacKENZIE, N.AM.Canada. Royal commission on national development inthe arts,letters and sciences. Report. Ottawa, King’sprinter, 1951.517p.96LNAKASHIMA, MIYOSHI (cont.)‘Sustained hypertension following the administration of desoxycorticosterone acetate.” S,M. Friedman, C,L, Friedman and M,Nakashirna. Journal ofexperimental medicine 93: 361-72 April1951.55NICOL, J,A.C.“The autonomic nervoussystem of the Chimaeroid fish Hydra laguscolliei.” Quarterly journal ofmicroscopical science 91:379-400 December 1950.102OKULITCH, V.J.“A lower Cambrian fossil locality near Addy, Washington.”Journal of paleontology 25:405-7 May 1951. 103“Monocyathus Bedford versus Archaeolynthus Taylor.” Journal ofpaleontology 24:502-3 July 1950. 104“Pluralicyathus, new name for Polycyathus Vologdin, 1928 notDuncan, 1876.” Journal of paleontology 24: 503 July 1950. 105OPECHOWSKI, WLA]JYSLAW“Statistics of a linear paramagnetic macromolecule.’ W. Opechowski and J.M, Bryan. Canadian journal ofphysics 29:236-44May 1951.106ORMSBY, M.A.“Some Irish figures in colonial days.” British Columbia his—torical quarterly 14:61-82 January/April 1950. (late inpublishing)107PENTLAND, BARBARAVista - for violin, and piano. I Canada Ltd., 1951. App. 9minutes. 108PILLSBURY, R.W,“Early spring feeding of the rufous hummingbird on the coast ofsouthern British Columbia.” Murrelet 31:45 September/December1950 109‘Natural anchoring of the red alga, Gracilaria confervoicles(L.) Grey. on urstable bottom by association with an annelidworm.” Canadian journal of research 28Cr 471-6 October 1950.110POTTER, GD“The action of temperature, cyanide and azide on the cardiac andrespiratory rhythms of Gammarus confervicolus (Stimpson).”Journal of cellular and comparative physiology 37:487-500 June1951. 111RANTA, L.E.“The medical school of British Columbia.” Calgary AssociateClinic. Flistorical bulletin 16: 1-9 May 1951. 112“A new medical school for Canada.” AMSI journal 10:40-5 April1951. 113“Vibrio cholerae in fluid media.” L.E, fianta and Mary McLeod.Canadian journal of research 28E: 257 -61 December 1950. 99RIXON, RAY“Experimental hypertension.” John Allardyce, James Salter andRay Rixon. American journal of physiology 164:68-72 January1951. 2ROBINSON, JL.“The geography of Canada. J.L. Robinson and M,J, Robinson.Toronto, Longmans, Green, 1950. 205p.114“A regional bibliography of articles and abstracts in the Yearbook, volume 1-10 1935-1948.” Association of Pacific coastgeographers. Yearbook 11:45-57 1949. 115ROSE, W.J.“Hugo K9.ftaj 1750-1812.” Slavonic and East European review(London) 29:49-65 December 1950. 116SAGE, W.N.“Canada: the neighbor to the north.” Pacific historical review20: 111-21 May 1951, 117“Sandford Fleming, Engineer.” Queen’s quarterly 57:354-61 1950.118SALTER, JAMES“Experimental hypertension.” John Allardyce. James Salter andflay Rixon. American journal of physiology 164:68-72 January1951. 21415SMITH, W.J.“Changes in circumferentialdimensions of Douglas fir polesduring seasoning.” British Columbia lumberman35:44-6 June1951 119SOWARD, F.H..“Canada and foreign affairs.” Canadianhistorical review 32:264-72 September 1951.Canada and South Africa. -Ottawa, South African informationoffice, Autumn 1950. 4p.120121“The changing commonwealth.” Commonwealth relations conference.Proceedings. 4th unofficial meeting, Bigwin Inn, Ontario,September 8-18 1949. Ed. by F.JI, Soward. London, New York,Toronto, Oxford University press.Issued under the joint auspices of: Royal institute of international affairs, Australian institute of internationalaffairs, Canadian institute of international affairs, Indiancouncil of world affairs, New Zealand institute of international affairs, Pakistan institute of international affairsand South African institute of international affairs. 122“The changing commonwealth,” Royal society of Canada. Trans—actions, 3rd series. 44(section 2):l9-26 June 1950. 123“The commonwealth countries and worldaffairs.” Internationalaffairs 27:192-203 April 1951.(Republished by Argus South African Newspapers Ltd. inJohannesburg, Durham, Salisbury and Bulawayo,) 124“From Normandy to Paris, 1944-46,” Canada in world affairs 11359 1950.Issued under the auspices of the Canadian institute of international affairs, London, Oxford university press, 1950. 125“The Korean crisis and thecommonwealth,” Pacific affairs 24:115-30 June 1951.“T0 brass and, top hat in American policy.” Internationaljournal 5:345—53 Autumn 1950,16126127SOWARD, FH. (cont,)Trends in Asia. Institute for Pacific relations. 11th Conference, Lucknow, 1950. South African institute of international affairs 1951. 11p.128TERENTIUK, FRED“The electric conductivity of weak electrolytes andampholytesat high electric field strength.” Otto B1’ilh and FredTerentiuk.Journal of chemical physics 18:1664-8 December 1950. 20‘THOMPSON, RM.“Empressite and Stuetzite.” R.M, Thompson, M.A. Peacock, J,R.Rowland and L,G. Berry. American mineralogist 36:458-70 May/June 1951. 129“Mineral occurrences in Western ‘Canada.” American mineralogist36: 504-9 May/June 1951. 130TRUSSELL, P.C.“The influence of zinc, iron, copper and manganese on the prod.uction of citric acid by Aspergillus niger, II. Evidence forthe’essential nature. of copper and manganese.” Neil Tomlinson,J.J.R. Campbell and P.C. Trussell. Journal of bacteriology61: 17-25 January 1951. 28WARBURTON, R.H,“The intermediate metabolism of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, V. Theidentification of pyruvate as an intermediate in glucose oxidation,” R,H, Warburton, B,A. Eagles and J.J.R. Campbell.Ganadian journal of botany 29: 143-6 April 1951, 29WARREN, H.V,“Biogeochemistry and hydrogeochemistry.” H.V, Warren and B.E.Delavault. B.C. professional engineer April 1951p.19-22,131“Improved dithizone field test for heavy metals in water,”H,V, Warren, R,E. Délavault and R.I. Irish. Geological societyof America. Bulletin 62:609-18 June 1951. 71“Water analysis a new key to hidden ore.” H.V, Warren. and RuE,Delavault. Northern miner Annual number: 105-10 November 301950.17132INDEXDEPARTMENT OFBacteriology and preventive medicineBiology and botanyChemistryCivil engineering . . .Classics . . . .Dairying . . . a . .Economics, political science andEnglish . . . .Forest products laboratoryForestry . . . . . .Geology and geographyHistory . .Home economicsHorticulture . aInternational studiesWATrERS, B,E.“The literary apprenticeship of Mark Twain” by E.M. Branch.Urbana, University of Illinois press, 1950.Ifleview) Journalof southern history 16:555-7 November 1950. 133“The meanings of the white whale.” University of Torontoquarterly 20:155-68 January 1951. 134WOLFE, WA,“Controller settings for optimum control.” American society ofmechanical engineers. 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