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1962PUBLICATIONSThe University of British ColumbiaVancouverof the Facultyand Staff1962PUBLICATIONSof the Facultyand StaffSeptember I, 1960to August 31, 1961The University of British ColumbiaVancouver, 1962CONTENTSPrefaceDESIGNED AND PRINTED BY THE MORRIS S PRINTING COMPANYLTD., VICTORIANUMBER I12‘4‘9324056636672798894177185199777205208209232281299398424441450457493498499507AdministrationDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsDepartment of Agricultural MechanicsDepartment of AnatomyDivision of Animal ScienceDepartment of Anthropology and SociologySchool of ArchitectureDepartment of Asian StudiesDepartment of Bacteriology and ImmunologyDepartment of BiochemistryDepartment of Biology and BotanyDepartment of Chemical EngineeringDepartment of ChemistryDepartment of Civil EngineeringDepartment of ClassicsFaculty of Commerce and Business AdministrationComputing CentreDepartment of Continuing Medical EducationCounselling, Placement, Staff Personnel,Veterans’ ServicesDepartment of Economics and Political ScienceCollege of EducationDepartment of Electrical EngineeringDepartment of EnglishFaculty of ForestryDepartment of GeographyDepartment of GeologyDepartment of GermanDepartment of History and International StudiesDepartment of the History of Medicine andScienceSchool of Home EconomicsFaculty of LawSchool of LibrarianshipCONTENTSTHE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PUBLICATIONSDepartment ofMathematicsDepartment ofMechanical EngineeringDepartment ofMedicineDepartment of Miningand MetallurgyDepartment of MusicSchool of NursingDepartment of Obstetricsand GyncologyInstitute ofOceanographyDepartment of PdiatricsDepartment of PathologyDepartment ofPharmacologyFaculty of PharmacyDepartment ofPhilosophySchool of PhysicalEducation and RecreationDepartment of PhysicsDepartment of PhysiologyDivision of PlantScienceDepartment of PoultryScienceDepartment of PreventiveMedicineDepartment of PsychiatryDepartment of PsychologyDepartment of RomanceStudiesDepartment of SlavonicStudiesSchool of Social WorkDepartment of Soil ScienceDepartment of SurgeryDepartment of UniversityExtension857 Departmentof Zoology(including the Institute ofFisheries)904 Editors-in-ChiefIndexThis list, which is published under the general auspices of the PublicationsCommittee, is an attempt to give a picture of the activities of faculty andstaff through their publications. As usual the number of entries shows asubstantial increase over that of the previous year. A rapid survey of thelists since 1950 proved both interesting and gratifying, for it indicated thatthe work of the faculty is being published from Sweden to Hong Kong andfrom East Africa to Australia. Better still is its appearance in such journalsas the Transactions of the Royal Society, Nature, and the American journalof physiology, to name only a few.Not everything submitted can be included. Abstracts, unless they representthe sole publication of the material, introductions, unless of some lengthand genuinely critical, news notes from the field, however useful to the menconcerned, and translations, unless Of a substantial work and of true literaryvalue, are all omitted.Since last year’s arrangement under departments proved satisfactory, ithas been continued. As a further measure of economy, joint authors areindicated merely by cross references to numbered items.I wish to express my appreciation of the work of Mrs. MargaretFukuyama, who did all the typing and most of the “leg work”.ANNE M. SMITH, Compiler and Editor.NUMBER 520 LibraryBIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES NO. 12Preface5435905926196276346366416626766836868969373274075°76076578379’8xi8,6824828847PrefaceThis list, which is published under the general auspices of the PublicationsCommittee, is an attempt to give a picture of the activities of faculty andstaff through their publications. As usual the number of entries shows asubstantial increase over that of the previous year. A rapid survey of thelists since 1950 proved both interesting and gratifying, for it indicated thatthe work of the faculty is being published from Sweden to Hong Kong andfrom East Africa to Australia. Better still is its appearance in such journalsas the Transactions of the Royal Society, Nature, and the American journalof physiology, to name only a few.Not everything submitted can be included. Abstracts, unless they representthe sole publication of the material, introductions, unless of some lengthand genuinely critical, news notes from the field, however useful to the menconcerned, and translations, unless of a substantial work and of true literaryvalue, are all omitted.Since last year’s arrangement under departments proved satisfactory, ithas been continued. As a further measure of economy, joint authors areindicated merely by cross references to numbered items.I wish to express my appreciation of the work of Mrs. MargaretFukuyama, who did all the typing and most of the “leg work”.ANNE M. SMITH, Compiler and Editor.THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PUBLICATIONSBIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES NO. 12CONTENTSNUMBER 520 Library543Department of Mathematics590 Departmentof Mechanical Engineering592 Departmentof Medicine619 Departmentof Mining and Metallurgy627 Departmentof Music634 School ofNursing636 Departmentof Obstetricsand Gymecology641 Institute ofOceanography651 Departmentof Pdiatrics662 Departmentof Pathology676 Departmentof Pharmacology683 Faculty ofPharmacy685 Departmentof Philosophy689 School ofPhysical Education and Recreation693 Departmentof Physics732 Departmentof Physiology740 Division ofPlant Science750 Departmentof Poultry Science760 Departmentof Preventive Medicine765 Departmentof Psychiatry783 Departmentof Psychology791 Department ofRomance Studies811 Department ofSlavonic Studies816 School ofSocial Work824 Departmentof Soil Science828 Departmentof Surgery847 Departmentof University Extension857 Departmentof Zoology(including the Instituteof Fisheries)904Editors-in-ChiefIndex5PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY ANDSTAFFSEPTEMBER 1, 1960- AUGUST 31,1961ADMINISTRATIONANDREW, GEOFFREY C. “The role of the National federationof iCanadian university students in the development of anationalculture.” National federation of Canadian universitystudents.National seminar. Report 3:206-13 1960.Topic: Education, research, and national development.“Utilization of resources and institutions for research.”Agricultural 2institute review i6:16-20+July-August 1961.GRAUER, A. E. “The export of electricity from Canada.” In Cana-3adian issues; essays in honour of Henry F. Angus, ed. by Robert M.Clark. Toronto, University of Toronto press, 1961.p.248-85.“Welcome address.” National federation of Canadian university 4students. National seminar. Report 3:47-55 1960.Topic:Education, research, and national development.Held at the University of British Columbia August 28 September 4 1960MACKENZIE, NORMAN A M ‘Canada must solve its own problems”5New York herald tribunep.28 Thursday November 171960.“Canada resents being taken for granted’ New York heraldtribune 6p.28 Wednesday November i6 1960.“The expansion of higher education in Canada” International asso7ciation of universities. Papers 6:67-75 1960.Title: The expansion of higher education.“Federal aid to education.” U.B.C. alumni chronicle 15:14-6 Sum-8mer 1961.“The transition years.” In New horizons for Canada’s children;9proceedings of the first Canadian conference on children, ed. byB. W. Heise. Toronto, University of Toronto press, 1961.p.135-7.World peace through world law Grenville Clark andLouis B 10Sohn.2d ed. rev. S.J.Reginald Saunders. Canadian forum 4171-2 June 1961. Review.WALLIS, JOHN H. “Your certification.” BC teacher 40:289-90+ IIMarch 1961.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICSANDERSON, w. j. “Maintaining the vitality of the A.I.C.” Agri- 12cultural institute review 16:30-I July-August 1961.Presidential address to the 41st annual meeting of the Agricultural instituteof Canada, Regina, Sask., June 1961.7“Prospects for Canadian agriculture.”National federation of Canadian university students. Nationalseminar. Report : 15 o-6 1 1960.Topic: Education, research, and nationaldevelopment.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURALMECHANICSSTALEY, L. M. A new self-propelledmachine for removing droppings from laying-cage houses. L. M.Staley and G. R. Komorowski. Victoria, B.C., Queen’s printer,1961. (B.C. Department ofagriculture. Agricultural engineeringdivision. Bulletin A.E. ii)STALEY, L. M. and WATSON, E. L.“Some design aspects of refrigerated potato storages.” Canadianagricultural engineering 3:20-2 January 1961.WATSON, E. L. “Food processing key torising food costs.” Countrylife in British Columbia 47:9 July 1961.“(Plate heat exchangers) Flow characteristics.”E. L. Watson,A. A. McKillop, W. L. Dunkley, and R. L.Perry. Industrial andengineering chemistry 52:733-40 September1960.A survey of electrical equipment in useon B.C. farms. Victoria,B.C., American society of agriculturalengineers, October 1960.13 p.Paper presented at the Annual conference,PNW section ASAE, Victoria,B.C., October ig6o.DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMYCONSTANTINIDES, PARIS“Production of advanced cholesterol I9atherosclerosis in the rabbit.” P.Constantinides,J.Booth, andG. Carlson with the technicalassistance of B. Cox, R. Nakashima,and K. Williams. Archives ofpathology 70:712-24 December 1960.“Rabbit arterial thrombosis production bysystemic procedures.” 20P. Constantinides and R. N. Chakravarti.Archives of pathology72:197-208 August 1961.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. “Cationicexchange and control of blood 21pressure.” Medical clinics of North America45:285-300 March1961.“Sodium and potassium shifts associatedwith peripheral resistance 22changes in the dog.” James D. Jamiesonand Sydney M. Friedman.Federation proceedings 2o: 114 March 1961 PartI.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and CONSTANCE L.“The use of ion- 23specific glasses in biological systems.” Anatomicalrecord i 38:129-36 October 1960.8FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and CONSTANCE L., andNAKASHIMA, 24MIYOSHX “Accelerated appearance of DCA hypertensionin ratstreated with pitressin.” Endocrinology 67:752-9 December1960.“Additive extrarenal effects of small doses of pitressin andDCA or 25aldosterone.” American journal of physiology 199:1195-8 December 1960.FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and SRETER, FRANK A. “Effectsof vaso- 26pressin on sodium, potassium and water distribution inrat gastrocnemius muscle.” Endocrinology 69:386-8 August 1961.HINKE, JOSEPH A. M. “The measurement of sodium and potassium27activities in the squid axon by means of cation-selective glassmicro-electrodes.” Journal of physiology 156:314-35 April 1961.SCHERRER, HARALD . “Cardio-vascular and respiratorychanges 28following intracarotid injection of hypertonic saline in therat.”Anatomical record 139:271 February 1961.SRETER, FRANK A. and FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. “Effect of pitres- 29sin on cationic exchange and muscular activity in the dibenzyleneblocked rat gastrocnemius.” Society for experimental biologyandmedicine. Proceedings I o6: 10-3 January i 961.“The effects of adrenergic blockade on cationic exchanges in con-30tracting muscle.” Journal of pharmacology and experimentaltherapeutics 131:158-66 February 1961.WEBBER, WILLIAM A. “Interactions of amino acids in renal tubular31transport.” W. A. Webber,J.L. Brown and R. F. Pitts (with thetechnical assistance ofJ.L. Klein). American journal of physiology200:380-6 February 1961.DIVISION OF ANIMAL SCIENCECAMPBELL, j. j. K. “Nitrogenous compounds as substrates for 32endogenous respiration in microorganisms.” Audrey F. GronlundandJ. J.R. Campbell. Journal of bacteriology 81:721-4 May1961.“Role of xanthine oxidase in the reduction of resazurin by raw milk.”33J. J.R. Campbell and Lynette B. Keur. Journal of dairy science44:425-9 March 1961.“Substrate-dependent phosphorylation in resting cells of Pseudomonas 34aeruginosa.” C. A. Strasdine,J. J.R. Campbell, H. P. C. Hogenkamp, andJ.N. Campbell. Canadian journal of microbiology :91-7 February ig6i.EAGLES, BLYTHE A. “Agricultural extension at U.B.C. past and35present.” In Seminar on agricultural extension in British Columbia. Proceedingsp.9-23 1961.Held at the University of British Columbia, May 18, 1961.913‘415i8KITTS, WARREN n. “Cellulose digestion in thebeaver (Castor canadensis)” A. Currier, W. D. Kitts, and I.McT. Cowan. Canadianjournal of zoology 38: I 109-16 December 1960.“The effect of yellow pine (Pinus ponderosaLaws) needles on thereproductivity of the laboratory female mouse.” Marilyn R.(Pearcey) Allen and W. D. Kitts. Canadian journal ofanimal science41: i-8 June 1961.KITTS, WARREN D. and WOOD, A. j. “Changes inthe gross chemical composition of the mouse during growthin relation to theassessment of physiological age.” C. B. Bailey, W. D.Kitts andA.J.Wood. Canadian journal of animal science o:143-55 December 1960.WOOD, A. j. “The care and management of wild ungulatesfor39experimental purposes.” A.J.Wood, H. C. Nordan, and I.McT.Cowan. Journal of wildlife management 25:295-302July 1961.See also nos. 655, 657, and773.DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGYBELSHAW, CYRIL S. “Adaptation of personnel policies in socialcontext.” In Labor commitment and social change indevelopingareas, ed. by Wilbert E. Moore and Arnold S.Feldman. New York,Social science research council, 1960. p. 92-I o8.The discovery of the Pacific Islands. By Andrew Sharp. Oxford,The Clarendon press: (New York, Oxford university press), 1960.259p.Pacific affairs 34:220 Summer 1961. Review.BLISHEN, BERNARD R. and NAEGELE, KASPAR D.,editors Canadiansociety; sociological perspectives. Ed. by Bernard R. Blishen,Frank E. Jones, Kaspar D. Naegele and John Porter.Toronto, TheMacmillan co. of Canada ltd., 1961. Xiii, 62p.BORDEN, CHARLES E. PreservingBritish Columbia’s prehistory; aguide for amateur archaeologists.[Charles E. Borden and WilsonDuff] Victoria, B.C., Departmentof the provincial secretary,Archaeological sites advisory board, February i961. 12p.HAWTHORN, AUDREY “Myths and sources.”Canadian literature8:72-3 Spring 1961. Review.HAWTHORN, HARRY B. “Problems of cultural adjustment in relation to northern resources development.” Resources for tomorrowconference, Montreal, October 23-8, 1961.Conference backgroundpapers I :597-606 July 1961.NAEGELE, KASPAR D. “Canadian society: somereflections.” InCanadian society; sociological perspectives, ed. by Bernard R. Blis10hen, Frank E. Jones, Kaspar D. Naegele and John Porter. Toronto,The Macmillan co. of Canada ltd., 1961.p.1-53.“Children in Canada—present and past.” In New horizons for47Canada’s children; proceedings of the first Canadian conference onchildren, ed. by B. W. Heise. Toronto, University of Toronto press,1961.p.18-29.“Desire for excellence: observations on David Riesman as a sociologist of education.” In Culture and social character: the work ofDavid Riesman reviewed, ed. by Seymour Martin Lipset and LeoLowenthal. New York, The free press of Glencoe, inc., 1961.p.349-69.“The librarian of the Northwest.” Kaspar D. Naegele and ElaineCulley Stolar. In Libraries and librarians of the Pacific Northwest,ed. by Morton Kroll. Seattle, University of Washington press, 1960.(Pacific Northwest library association. Library development project reports v.4) p. 51-137.“Superintendency versus superintendents: a critical essay.” Harvard 50educational review 30:372-93 Fall 1960.Theories of society; foundations of modern sociological theory. Ed. 51by Talcott Parsons, Edward Shils, Kaspar D. Naegele and Jesse R.Pitts. New York, The free press of Glencoe, inc., 1961. 2 v.SUTTLES, WAYNE Okinawa:the history of an island people. By 52George H. Kerr. Rutland, Vermont, and Tokyo, Charles E. Tuttleco., 1958. 542p.Pacific affairs 34:85-7 Spring 1961. Review.“Pattern and change in Halkomelem Salem dialects.” William W.53Elmendorf and Wayne Suttles. Anthropological linguistics 2:1-32October 1960.WILLMOTT, WILLIAM E. The Eskimo community at Port Harrison,54P.Q. Ottawa, Department of northern affairs and national resources, Northern co-ordination and research centre, January 1961.197 p. (NCRC-6i-i)“South-East Asia, with special reference to the Chinese.” Maurice55Freedman and William E. Willmott. International social sciencejournal 13(2) :245-70 1961.SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURELASSERRE, FREDERIC “An introduction to wood.” In Post and 56beam. Vancouver, British Columbia lumber manufacturers association, 1960.p. 7-9.LYMAN, VLAD F. “The post and beam system.” In Post and beam.57Vancouver, British Columbia lumber manufacturers association,1960.p.10-27.II4849363738404’::4A survey of metal windowsin Greater Vancouver1959. Ottawa, 58National research council,Division of building research, June1961.21p.tables, appendix. (Technicalpaper no. I i)OBERLANDER, H. PETER “Communityplanning and housing; step- 59children of Canadian federalism.”Queen’s quarterly 67: 663-72Winter 1961.OBERLANDER, H. PETER andLASSERRE, FREDERIC Annotatedbibliography; performance standardsfor space and site planningfor residential development. Ottawa,National research council,Division of building research, August1961. IV, 33 p. (Bibliography no. i) NRC 6442.ROGATNICK, ABRAHAM “House atComox.” Canadian architect5:57-8 December 1960.“Primitive or just bad.” Communityarts council news and calendar12: 1-2 December 1960.DEPARTMENT OF ASIAN STUDIESHO, PING-TI “The comparative studyof social mobility.” ByVernonK. Dibble and Ping-ti Ho. Comparativestudies in society andhistory 3:315-27 April 1961.LANGDON, FRANK C. A historyof modern Japan. By RichardStorry. Baltimore, Penguin books,1960. 285 p. Pacific affairs34:200-I Summer 1961. Review.WANG, YI-T’uNG “The P’u-pan Chineselibrary at the University ofBritish Columbia.” Pacific affairs34:101-Il Spring 1961.DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGYAND IMMUNOLOGY6oDOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Furtheroutbreaks of botulism in Canada.”66Canadian medical associationjournal 84: 191-200 January 28 1961.“Type E. botulism: ahazard of the North.” Arctic 13:230-5667December 1960.DUFF, n. C. B. “Asepsis.”In The encyclopedia of the biological 68sciences, ed. by Peter Gray. NewYork, Reinhold publishing corporation, 1961. p. 73-4.GERWING, JULIA “The catabolismof 1311-labelled homologousi-globulin in normal, hyperthyroidand hypothyroid rats.” C. P.Farthing, Julia Gerwing and JenniferShewell. Journal of endocrinology 21:83-9 September 1960.12“The influence of the thyroid gland on the catabolism of 1311-labelled70homologous y-globulin in the guinea-pig.” C. P. Farthing, JuliaGerwing and Jennifer Shewell. Journal of endocrinology 2!:91-6September 1960.GERWING, JULIA and DOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Purificationand 71activation on Clostridium botulinum type E toxin.” Julia Gerwing,Claude E. Dolman, and David A. Arnott. Journal of bacteriology81:819-22 May 1961.DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRYBEER, CHARLES T. “Biochemical studies with vincaleukoblastine.” 72Canadian cancer research conference, 4th, Honey Harbour, Ont.,June 12-6, 1960. Proceedings 4:355-61 1961.DARRACH, MARVIN [and others] The teaching of the basic medical sciences in the light of modern medicine. Eighth report oftheExpert committee on professional and technical education of medical and auxiliary personnel. Geneva, World health organization,1961. (World health organization. Technical report series no. 209)O’DONNELL, VINCENT j. “The oestrogens.” VincentJ.O’Donnell74and John R. K. Preedy. In Hormones in blood, ed. by C. H. Grayand A. L. Bacharach. London and New York, Academic press,1961. p.303-54.PATERSON, A. R. i’. “The development of resistance to 6-mercapto-75purine in a subline of the Ehrlich ascites carcinoma.” Canadianjournal of biochemistry and physiology 38:1117-27 October 1960.“Thiopurine nucleotide synthesis in a 6-MP-resistant subline of the 76Ehrlich ascites carcinoma and growth inhibition by certain antimetabolites.” With a note by G. A. LePage. Canadian journalof biochemistry and physiology 38: I 129-36 October 1960.POLGLASE, w. j. “Chromatographic estimation of sugars in wood77cellulose hydrolyzates; a routine reflectance method.”J.E. Jeffery,E. V. Partlow, and W.J.Polglase. Analytical chemistry 32:1774-7December 1960.TENER, GORDON M. “2-cyanoethyl phosphate and its use in the syn- 78thesis of phosphate esters.” American chemical society. Journal83:159-68 January51961.DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY AND BOTANYBEAMISH, KATHERINE I. “Studies of meiosis in the genus Saxifraga79of the Pacific Northwest.” Canadian journal of botany 39:567-80May 1961.‘373616263646569BIER, JOHN E. “The relation of barkmoisture to the developmentof canker diseases caused by native, facultativeparasites. IV.Pathogenicity studies of Cryptodiaporthesalicella (Fr.) Petrak, andFusarium lateritium Nees., on Populustrichocarpa Torrey andGray, P. ‘robusta’, P. tremuloides Michx., andSalix sp. V. Rootingbehavior and disease vulnerability in cuttingsof Populus trichocarpaTorrey and Gray, and P. ‘robusta’.” Canadian journal ofbotany39:139-54 January 1961.KRAJINA, vLrnMIRj.Ecological classification of pine forests in theinterior region of British Columbia. Vancouver, B.C.,Author,September io 1960.ig6o Progress report (No.5)E.M.R. grant no. 98.KUIJT, JOB “An addition to the genus Phoradendron(Lorantha- 82ceae)” Acta botanica Neerlandica 10:199-2011961.“Observations on the life cycle in Arceuthobiumcampylopodum.”Leaflets of western botany : 133-4 May 1961.PILLSBURY, w. “Littoral.” In The encyclopediaof the bio- 84logical sciences, ed. by Peter Gray. New York,Reinhold publishingcorporation, 1961.p.570-I.ROUSE, GLENN E. “Radioactive dating oftertiary plant-bearing 85deposits.” Glenn E. Rouse and W. H. Mathews. Science133:1079-80 April 7 1961.STEIN, JANET R. “Preliminary survey of the algae of HubbelPond 86game refuge (Becker County)” Minnesota academyof science.Proceedings 28:45-52 1960.See also no. 646.WORT, D. j. “The effect of 3-amino-I,2,4-tnazole on theuptake, 87retention, distribution, and utilization of labelled phosphorusbyyoung barley plants.” D.J.Wort and B. C. Loughman. Canadianjournal of botany 39:339-51 March1961.DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERINGEPSTEIN, NORMAN “A spouted mixer-settler.” T. R.Johnston,C. W. Robinson and N. Epstein.Canadian journal of chemicalengineering 39:1-8 February 1961.SCOTT, DONALD S. “The behavior of rarefied gases.” Engineering 89journal 44:48-52 May 1961.EIC ig6r annual general meeting paper no.31.“La diffusibilité reelle des gaz dans lessolides poreux,” par D. S. Scottet K. E. Cox. Journal de chimie physique 57:ioio-8 1960.‘4“A modified thermal conductivity cellindependent of flow rate.” 91Donald S. Scott and Agnes Han. Analytical chemistry33: i6oJanuary 1961.“Temperature dependence of the binary diffusion coefficient ofgases.” 92D. S. Scott and K. E. Cox. Canadian journal of chemicalengineering 38:201-5 December 1960.THOMPSON, ii w. “A continuous chromatographicseparation 93process.” Institution of chemical engineers. Transactions39:289-98August 1961.DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRYBAIG, M. M. and CULLEN, w. R. “The reaction of alkyliodides94with iodo-arsines in the presence of mercury.” Canadianjournalof chemistry 39:420-4 March ig6i.BARTLETT, NEIL R. “Co-ordination compound formed bytetra-95fluorides of the sulphur sub-group.” By Neil Bartlett and P.L.Robinson. Chemical society. Journal p. 3417-25 August 1961.“Fluorination of the trioxides of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten,and uranium by selenium tetrafluoride.” By Neil Bartlett and P.L.Robinson. Chemical society. Journal p. 3549-50 August 1961.“The preparation and some properties of germanium difluoride.”Neil Bartlett and K. C. Yu. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:8o-6 January 1961.BEG, M. A. A. and CLARK, HOWARD C. “Chemistry of thetrifluoromethyl group. Part II. Nickel (II) complexes of the trifluoromethyl phosphines. Part III. Phenylbistrifluoromethyiphosphineand related compounds.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:595-6,564-70 March 1961.BONNETT, R. A. and WHITE, j. n. “The reductive condensationof992,5-dimethylpyrrole: a novel isoindoline synthesis.”Chemicalsociety. Proceedings p.119-20 March 1961.BRYCE, W. A. “High school mathematics and university chemistry.”100BC teacher40:241-2+February 1961.A new design for gas chromatography columns.” S. .A. Ryceand ioiW. A. Bryce. Analytical chemistry 33:654 April 1961.“Some reactions of methyl radicals with 1-butene.” By S. A. Ryce 102and W. A. Bryce. Faraday society. Transactions 57:943-50 June1961.BUTLER, JAMES N. “An approach to complex equilibrium pro- 103blems.” Journal of chemical education 38:141-3 March 1961.‘58o8i839697988890“Distribution of space charge in homogeneous metaloxide films.” 104Journal of chemical physics 35:636-43 August 1961.“Reactions of methylene. V. The effect of inert gases on the reaction 105with cyclopropane.” By James N. Butler and G. B.Kistiakowsky.American chemical society. Journal 83:1324-6 March 201961.CAVELL, R. G. and CLARK, HOWARD C. “Amine derivatives of io6vanadium and niobium pentafluorides.” Journal of inorganic andnuclear chemistry 17:257-64 June 1961.CHAMBERS, R. D., CLARK, HOWARD C., REEVES, LEONARD w., and 107WILLIS, C. j. “The fluorine magnetic resonance in the ions[BF4J— and [BF3CF]—.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:259-9January 1961.CHAMBERS, R. ii, CLARK, HOWARD C., and WILLIS, C. j. “Per- io8fluoroalkyl derivatives of tin. II. Dimethyltrifluoromethyltinchloride.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:131-7 January 1961.“Some salts of trifluoromethylfluoroboric acid.” American chemical 109society. Journal 82:5298-301 October 20 1960.CLARK, HOWARD C. “Unstable intermediates. Part XII. The 110radical-ions SO2— and NO2—.” By H. C. Clark, A. Horsfield, andM. C. R. Symons. Chemical society. Journalp.7-I i January 1961.CLARK, HOWARD C. and O’BRIEN, a. j. “Co-ordination compounds i i iof nickel (II). Part II. New species of nickel (II) -salicylaldiminecomplexes.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:1030-6 May 1961.DUNELL, B. A. “Fine structure in the proton magnetic resonance 112spectrum of 6-6 nylon.” D.J.Shaw and B. A. Dunell. Canadianjournal of chemistry 39:1154-8 May 1961.“Phase transitions in some anhydrous potassium soaps.” R. F. Grant i 13and B. A. Dunell. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:359-62February 1961.“Proton magnetic resonance absorption in anhydrous potassium i 14stearate.” R. F. Grant and B. A. Dunell. Canadian journal ofchemistry 38:1951-6 October 1960.“Proton magnetic resonance absorption in anhydrous sodium stea- 115rate.” R. F. Grant and B. A. Dunell. Canadian journal of chemistry 38:2395-401 December 1960.DUNELL, B. A., REEVES, LEONARD W. and STRØMME, K. o. ii6Studies of acetic acid, acetic-d3acid and acetic acid-d1in the crystalline state by N.M.R.” Faraday society. Transactions 57:372-80March 1961.“Studies of some substituted acetic acids in the crystalline state by 117nuclear magnetic resonance.” Faraday society. Transactions 57:381-9 March 1961.FARMER, JAMES B. and McDOWELL, C. A. “Energy transfer be- i i8tween triplet states detected by electron spin resonance spectroscopy.”J.B. Farmer, C. L. Gardner, and C. A. McDowell. Journal ofchemical physics 34:1058-9 March 1961.GERRY, MICHAEL C. L. and PORTER, GERALD B. “Photolysis of ethyl 119iodide solutions.” Nature 189:655 February 25 1961.GILSON, 11 F. R. and McDOWELL, C. A. “Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of urea and thiourea adducts.” Molecular physics4:125-34 March 1961.HALPERN, JACK “Kinetics of the oxidation of hydrazobenzene byiodine and triiodide.”J.W. May andJ.Halpern. Canadianjournal of chemistry 39:1377-85 June 1961.“Mechanisms of electron transfer and related processes in solution.” 122Quarterly reviews 15(2) :207-36 1961.“Structure of the carbon monoxide adducts of mercuric salts.” By 123J.Halpern and S. F. A. Kettle. Chemistry and industry 20:668-9May20 1961.HALPERN, JACK, HARROD, j. F. and JAMES, B. R. “Homo- 124geneous catalytic hydrogenation of olefinic compounds.” Americanchemical society Journal 83:753-4 February51961.HALPERN, JACK and MILNE,j.B. “Mechanism of the catalytic 125activation of molecular hydrogen by silver amine complexes.” Congrès international de catalyse, e, Paris, 1960. Actes I :445-7 1961.HARKNESS, ALAN C. and HALPERN, JACK “Oxidation of carbon 126monoxide by metal ions.” American chemical society. Journal83:1258-9 March51961.HARRISON, L. G. “Influence of dislocations on diffusion kinetics 127in solids with particular reference to the alkali halides.” Faradaysociety. 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ProceedingsYU, YAO-NAN Principle of tensor analysis of the general machine. 29849: 1215-6 July i 961.Tokyo, Electrical machinery research committee of Japan, June iA continuously acting adaptive analog computer for determining 2861961. 102p.(Publication no.7)the impulse response of control systems with Gaussian signals.Ottawa, National research council of Canada, 1961. 31 p.Paper AC-4 presented at the Symposium on automatic control by theDEPARTMENT OF ENGLISHjoint National research council associate committee on automatic controland the Engineering institute of Canada held in Vancouver, June i i g6 I.AKRIGG, 0. PHILIP v. On the literary genetics of Shakspere’s plays, 299A critical discussion of the input impedance of idealized mathe- 2871592-1594. By T. W. Baldwin. Urbana, University of Illinoismatical antenna models. London, Institution of electrical engineers,press, 1959. 562 p. Queen’s quarterly 67: 700-I Winter 1961.July 1961. 6 p. 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Journal 6:209-12 Spring 1961.Institute of radio engineers.Professional group on automatic con-The lore and language of children, by lona and Peter Opie. Oxford 303trol. Transactions AC-5:321-7 September 1960.university press, 1959. 417p.Canadian linguistic association.Journal 6:222-4 Spring 1961. Review.MYERS, DAVID M. “The next fifty years in engineering.” UBC 291“Multiple provocation.” Canadian literature : 72-4 Summer 1961. 304engineer i :6-i i March 1961.Review.An address to the Vancouver institute on November s9,5960.Urgent tasks in engineering education. Montreal, Engineering 292BIRNEY, EARLE “Actopans.” Massachusetts review 2 :734-5Sum- 305institute of Canada, 1961. 5 p.mer I9bI.EIC 1961 annual general meeting paper flO.9.“Aluroid.” Poetry northwest 2:7 Winter 1960-61. 306NOAKES, FRANK “The effect of conductor shape and arrangement“The bear on the Delhi Road.” New Yorker 36: II October22 307on the electric field intensity of high voltage transmission lines.”1960.F. 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Report 3:84-971960.Topic: Education, research, and national development.“Fine arts.” Canadian forum 41:58 June1961.“First tree.” Galley sail review 8:23 Summer 1961.“Francisco Tresguerras.” Poetry northwest 2:4-5Winter 1960-I.“Glimpses into the life of Malcolm Lowry.” Tamarackreview t:35-41 Spring 1961.“El Greco: Espolio.” Poetry northwest 2:3-4 Winter 1960-I.Also published in Tamarack review 18:54-5 Winter 1961.“Haiku to a young waitress.” Poetry northwest 2:5Winter i 960-1.“Images in place of logging.” Voices; a journal of poetry 173:19September-December i 960.Revised edition.“The inhibited and theuninhibited: ironic structure in the ‘Miller’stale’.” Neophilologus 44:333-8 1960.“Leaving the park.”Delta 13:7 December ig6o.Revised edition.“Malcolm Lowry (1909-1957);a bibliography prepared by EarleBirney with the assistance of Margerie Lowry.” Canadianliterature8:8i-8, 9:80-4 Spring, Summer 1961.Part I: Works by Malcolm Lowry. Part II: Works about MalcolmLowry.“Malcolm Lowry’s poetry.”Contact 7:81-2 Winter 1960-61.“Mammorial stunzas for Aimee Simple Mcfarcen.” Massachusettsreview 2 135 Autumn 1960.Revised edition.“Midstream.” New statesman 60:439 September 24 1960.“Montreal.” Literary review : 119-21 Autumn 196o.Revised edition.“North of Superior.” Literary review : 12 1-2 Autumn 1960.Revised edition.“On the pressing of maple leaves.” Canadian literature 6:53-6Autumn 1960. Review article.“Pachucan miners.” Tamarack review 18:57-8 Winter 1961.“Poems by Malcolm Lowry.” Prefaced by Earle Birney. Canadianliterature 8:17-9 Spring 1961.“Private Turvey becomes acting senior officer.” In Northern lights,ed. by George E. Nelson. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday& Co.,mc., 1960.p.333-9.“Random remarks on a random world.” Western humanities review 15:3-10 Winter 1961.“State of Sonora.” Tamarack review 18:52-3 Winter 1961.“Structural irony within the Summoner’s tale.” Anglia 78(2) :204-i8 1960.“Takkakaw Falls.” Poetry northwest 2:8-9 Winter 1960-I.Revised edition.“Transcontinental.” Poetry northwest 2:6 Winter 1960-I.Revised edition.“Ulysses.” Envoi 15:8 [Summer 1961]“The unknown poetry of Malcolm Lowry.” British Columbia libraryquarterly 24:33-40 April 1961.Also appeared as Italian translation “Malcolm Lowry poeta.” L’Indicatore 27:58-60 Summer 1961.“Vitus Bering.” Tamarack review 28:55-6 Winter 1961.“Wake Island.” Tamarack review 18:54 Winter 1961.“A walk in Kyoto.” Best articles & stories : 21 September 1960.“Wind-chimes in a ruin.” Envoi I3 14 [Winter 1960]“World winter.” In The ways of the poem, ed. by Josephine Miles.Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, inc., 1961. p.40-I.Revised edition.de BRUYN, JAN “The seas of fairyland.” Canadian literature : 34878-80 Winter 1961. 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Review.Neither war nor peace: the struggle for power in the post-war world.By Hugh Seton-Watson. London, Methuen & co. ltd.; Toronto,The Ryerson press, 1960. 504p.Canadian historical review 42:175-6 June 1961. Review.HARNETTY, PETER Problems of Indian defence. By K. M. Panikkar. New York, Taplinger pub. co. (for the Asia pub. house)1960. 138p.India and the United States. Ed. with an introduction by Selig S. Harrison. New York, The Macmillan co., 1961.244 p. Foreign policy of India. By Satyavrata Ranidas Patel.Bombay, N.M. Tripathi private ltd.; (South Hackensack, N.J., FredB. Rothman & co.) 1960. 282p.Pacific affairs 34:195-7 Summer i 961. Review.LYNCH, HOLLIS R. “Sir Joseph William Trutch, a British-Americanpioneer on the Pacific Coast.” Pacific historical review 30:243-55August 1961.NORRIS, JOHN M. Social change in the industrial revolution: anapplication of theory to the British cotton industry. By NeilJ.Smelser. 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Review.The struggle for survival: Indian cultures and the Protestant ethicin British Columbia. By Forrest E. LaViolette. Toronto, University of Toronto press, 1961. XIII, 201p.Pacific historical review30:305-6 August 1961. Review.Surveyor of the sea: the life and voyages of Captain George Vancouver. By Bern Anderson. Toronto, University of Toronto press,1960. X11, 274 p. Canadian historical review 41:333-4 December1960. Review.“Vancouver.” In World book encyclopedia i 8:2,8-2, 8c 1961.PRANG, MARGARET E. “Borden, Sir Robert Laird (1854-1937)” InEncyclopaedia Britannica 3:896-7 1961.“Clerics, politicians and the bilingual schools issue in Ontario, 1910-1917.” Canadian historical review 41 :281-307 December 1960.“Conservative enigma.” Canadian literature 8:63-5 Spring 1961.Review.“Doherty, Charles Joseph (1855-1931)“In Encyclopaedia Britannica7:5o5 1961.“Literature of history.” Canadian literature 6: 8o- i Autumn 1960.Review.“N. W. Rowell and Canada’s external policy, 1917-1921.” Canadianhistorical association. Report 1960:83-103.Public servant: the memoirs of Sir Joseph Pope. Ed. and completed by Maurice Pope. Toronto, Oxford university press, i 960.312p.Canadian historical review 42:60-I March 1961. Review.“Rowell, Newton Wesley (1867-1941)” In Encyclopaedia Britannica 19:589 1961.SAGE, WALTER N. Reports and letters of Herbert Beaver 1836-1838,chaplain to the Hudson’s Bay Company and missionary to theIndians at Fort Vancouver. Ed. by Thomas E. Jessett, S.T.D.Portland, Ore., Champoeg press, 1959. xxiv, 153 p. Canadianhistorical review 42 :64 March i 961. Review.Simon Fraser, letters and journals, i8o6-i8o8. Ed. with an introduction by W. Kaye Lamb. Toronto, Macmillan, 1960. 292 p.illus. British Columbia library quarterly 25:34-5 July 1961.Review.SOWARD, F. H. America and the world of our time. United States 484diplomacy in the twentieth century. By Jules Davids. New York,Random house, 1960. 597p.America’s foreign policy. Ed. withan introduction and notes by Harold Karan Jacobson. New York,Random house, 1960. 756P.The United States in world affairs,1959. By Richard P. Stebbins. New York, Harper and brothers,1960. 464p.Pacific affairs 33:407-8 December 1960. Review.“Canada and ‘colonialism’ in the United Nations.” In Canadian 485issues; essays in honour of Henry F. Angus, ed. by Robert M. Clark.Toronto, University of Toronto press, I 961. p. 81-94.“Canada looks abroad.” National federation of Canadian university 486students. National seminar. Report : 182-205 1960.Topic: Education, research, and national development.The growth of Canadian policies in external affairs. By Hugh L. 487Keenleyside, James Eayrs, et al. Durham, N.C., Duke universitypress for the Duke commonwealth-studies center, 1960. x, 174p.(Duke university commonwealth-studies center. Publication 14)Canadian historical review 42:162 June 1961. Review.“Imperialism.” In Encyclopedia Americana i: 725-9 1960. 488Canadian edition.“India in transition.” In Dialogue 1960; Asia and the West: 489Canada’s role. Ottawa, Canadian national commission for Unesco,1961. p.71-93.India in world affairs 1950-53. By K. P. Karunakaran. Issued 490under the auspices of the Indian council of world affairs. London,Oxford university press, 1958. vi, 266p.The diplomacy of India.Indian foreign policy in the United Nations. By Ross N. Berkesand Mohinder S. BedI. Stanford, Calif., Stanford university press,1958. X, 221p.International journal 16:97-9 Winter 1960-61.Review.“Survey of recent research; revelations and reflections on Canadian 491external policy.” International studies; quarterly journal of theIndian school of international studies 2:214-20 October 1960.Review article.The ultimate decision. The President as Commander in chief. Ed. 492with an introduction by Ernest R. May. New York, George Braziller, 1960. xvii, 290p.The secretary of state. Ed. by Don K.Price, Columbia university. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1960. ix,200p.The policy machine. The Department of state and American foreign policy. By Robert Ellsworth Elder. Syracuse, Syracuse university press, 1960. xi, 238p.International journal i6:281-3 Summer 1961. Review.DEPARTMENT OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCEGIBSON, WILLIAM C. “Contributions to medical science by general 493practitioners.” Connecticut medicine 24:588-97 September 1960.44“History of medical library services in British Columbia.” BritishColumbia medical journal 3:210-3 April 1961.“A memorial tribute; John Farquahar Fulton, M.D. (Harvard),D.Phil. (Oxon) 1899-1960.” Alpha omega alpha. Pharos 23:227-8October 1960.“Nurses as world citizens.” International nursing review 7:49-50December i 960.“Student medical researchers and their contributions.” New Englandjournal of medicine 264:802-10 April 20 1961.SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICSMCEACHRAN, AILSA E. “Revamping my teaching.” Improvingcollege and university teaching 9:23-5 Winter 1961.FACULTY OF LAWBOURNE, CHARLES B. “Energy’s legal framework.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions 13:32-41 1961.Held in Victoria, B.C., March i, 2,3,1961.“River of the West: the Columbia River treaty.” Idaho’s yesterdays5:22-5 Spring 1961.CARROTHERS, A. W. R. “The British Columbia trade-unions act,1959.” Canadian bar review 38:295-346 September 1960.“The British Columbia trade-unions act, 1959.” University of Toronto law journal 13(2) :278-81 1960.CURTIS, 0. F. “Trends in legal education.” Canadian bar journal4:21-9 February 1961.HERBERT, R. o. “The Supreme Court Rules 1961 — their effect onthe subject of maintenance.” Advocate 18:204-7 November-December 1960.HUBERMAN, DAVID S. M. “Law schools should teach estate planning.” Canadian bar journal 4 162-79+ June 1961.TODD, ERIC C. E. “Careless homework and caveat vendor in thelaw of contract.” Modern law review 23:691-5 November 1960.SCHOOL OF LIBRARIANSHIPHAGLER, RONALD A. The selection and acquisition of books in sixOntario public libraries in relation to the Canadian publishingsystem. Ottawa, Canadian library association, June 1961. vii,248 p. (Occasional paper nO. 29)45494495496497498499500501502503504505506507HAMILTON, ROBERT M. “The Canadian library research founda- 508tion.” Ontario library review I4 241 November 1960.“Canadiana—demand, prices and sources.” Feliciter 6:14-8 509November-December 1960.Speech delivered before the ALA Acquisitions section, Resources andtechnical services division, Montreal, June 23, 5960.ROTHSTEIN, SAMUEL “Canadian libraries: revelations and impli- 510cations; the summary findings of the ‘Canadian library inquiry’.”Felicitèr 6:3-11 August 1961.Libraries and librarians of the Pacific Northwest. Ed. by Morton 511Kroll. Seattle, University of Washington press, 1960. X, 271p.(Pacific Northwest library association. Library development projectreports v.4)Library quarterly 31 :272-4 July 1961. Review.VAINSTEIN, ROSE “Aging in the modern world.” Oklahoma 512librarian 10:88-91 October 1960.“The library and the senior citizen.” Missouri library association 513quarterly 22:7-13 March 1961.“1960 highlights in public library service to business.” Library 514journal 86:950-4 March 11961.Reprinted by the U.S. Department of health, education, and welfare,Office of education.“The public library — a community resource on the United Nations.” 515In Teaching about the United Nations in the United States; 1956-1959 report. Washington, Government printing office, 1960. (U.S.Office of education. Bulletin 1960 no. i8 OE-i4o38)p.88-91.“Public library standards — their development and use.” Mountain- 516Plains library quarterly 6:6-12 Fall 1960.“Science and technology; their impact on public library resources andservices.” Library journal 86:2417-24 July 1961.Survey of libraries. Part I: Public libraries, 1958. Ottawa,Dominion bureau of statistics, 1960. 56p.Library quarterly i:295-7 July 1961. Review.“Tennessee public libraries; goals for the 6o’s.” Tennessee librarian 51913:83-9 July 1961.LIBRARYBELL, INGLIS F. Annual bibliography of English language and literature. v.32 1955-1956. Ed. for the Modern humanities researchassociation by Charles Nilon and others. Contributing editor forCanada, Inglis Bell. Cambridge, University press, 1961.“Canadian literature — 1960, a checklist. English-Canadian literature.” Ed. and comp. by Inglis F. Bell. Canadian literature :85-95 Winter 1961.46“Libraries and librarianship: Canada, 1959/60.” British Columbia 522library quarterly 24:5-8 October 1960.DWYER, MELvA j. [and others] A bio-bibliographical finding list 523of Canadian musicians and those who have contributed to music inCanada. Compiled by a committee of the Canadian music libraryassociation. Ottawa, Canadian library association, 1960-61. v, 53p.FRASER, M. DOREEN E. “The medical libraries of the Pacific Northwest.” M. Doreen E. Fraser, Jean Ashford, Bertha Hallam, AeneasP. Collins and Reva Nearhood. In College, university, and speciallibraries of the Pacific Northwest, ed. by Morton Kroll. Seattle,University of Washington press, 1961. (Pacific Northwest libraryassociation. Library development project reports v. 3)p.156-270.“You are tuned to a world-wide library network.” British Columbia 525medical journal 3:200-I April 1961.HARLOW, NEAL “Every idle silence.” Canadian library 17:63-6September 1960.Also privately printed by Robert R. Reid, Vancouver, May 1961.“The U.B.C. library—revised and enlarged edition.” PNLAquarterly 25:119-22 January 1961.LEITH, ANNA R. and FRASER, M. DOREEN E., compilers Medical 528bibliography manual and library guide. Preliminary edition. Vancouver, Biomedical library, University of British Columbia, September 1960. 46p.ROTHSTEIN, SAMUEL A bibliography of Canadiana, first suppiement: being items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, relating to the early history and development of Canada. Edited byGertrude M. Boyle, assisted by Marjorie Colbeck, with an introduction by Henry C. Campbell. Toronto, The public library, 1959.333p.Library quarterly 31 : 126-7 January 1961. Review.“The PNLA library development project: volume III. Through 530British Columbia eyes.” PNLA quarterly 165-7 April 1961.“Reference service: the new dimension in librarianship.” College 531and research libraries 22: I i-8 January 1961.“The teacher-librarian program at the University of British Columbia.” In Education for librarianship in the Pacific Northwest, ed.by Carl W. Hintz. Eugene, Oregon, Pacific Northwest library association, Library education division, February 1961. p. iPresented at the Pacific Northwest library association conference, SunValley, Idaho, September 23, 1960.SELBY, JOAN “Catherine Anthony Clark, myth-maker.” British533Columbia library quarterly 24:26-31 January 1961.475245265275,7518529520521532“Chronicle and creation.” Canadian literature 8:73-4 Spring 1961.534Review.“The transmutation of history; landmarks in Canadian historical535fiction for children.” Canadian literature 6:32-40 Autumn 1960.Reprinted in Ontario library review45:9 i-6 May 596, under title “Landmarks in Canadian historical fiction for children.”SELTH, GEOFFREY P. “Canadian literature — 1960, a checklist editedby Inglis F. Bell. Littérature canadienne-française,” liste établiepar G. P. Selth. Canadian literature 7:96-104 Winter 1961.“Library associations in Canada.” Australian library journal 9:179-81 October 1960.SMITH, ANNE r. “Our first librarians: Miss Russell, Dr. Stewart.” 538BCLA reporter 4:5-6 May 1961.“Recruiting.” British Columbia library quarterly 24:13-9 April 1961.539STUART-STUBBS, BASIL “Check list of books and pamphlets relat- 540ing to the Pacific Northwest published in 1960 (part 2) Books andpamphlets about British Columbia 1960.” Comp. by Basil StuartStubbs. PNLA quarterly 25:232-4 July 1961.Wagon road north; the story of the Cariboo gold rush in historicalphotos. Art Downs. Quesnel, Northwest digest, I g6o. 8o p. illus.Prince Rupert, a gateway to Alaska. Richard G. Large. Vancouver, Mitchell press, 1960. 210 p. illus. British Columbia libraryquarterly 24:35-6 January 1961. Review.VOGEL, BETTY. “The unassuming explorers; a review.” British 542Columbia library quarterly 24:31-5 October 1960.DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICSBENEDICTY, MARIO Introduzione alla topologia. Fabio Conforto—Mario Benedicty. Roma, Edizioni Cremonese, 1960. viii, 192 p.(Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche monografie matematiche 6)“On bilinearities between projective spaces.” Circolo matematicodi Palermo. Rendiconti 9:1-22 1960.BULLEN, PETER S. “Construction of primitives of generalized deriva-545tives with applications to trigonometric series.” Canadian journalof mathematics 13(1) :48-58 ig6i.“Properties of the coefficients of orthonormal sequences.” Canadian 546journal of mathematics 13(2) :305-15 1961.“Some extensions of the Hausdorff-Young and Paley theorems”Canadian mathematical bulletin : 123-38 May 1961.48BULLEN, PETER s. and MARCUS, MARVIN D. “Symmetric means 548and matrix inequalities.” American mathematical society. Proceedings 12:285-90 April 1961.CHRISTIAN, ROBERT R. “New materials for mathematics.” BC549teacher 40:225-7 February 1961.“A new role for high school geometry.” Mathematics teacher 53: 550433-6 October 1960.CLARK, COLIN w. “Addendum to ‘Asymptotic distribution of the55’eigenvalues of the lower part of the Schrodinger operator spectrum’.” F. H. Brownell & C. W. Clark. Journal of mathematicsand mechanics 10:525-7 May 1961.“Asymptotic distribution of the eigenvalues of the lower part of the 552Schrodinger operator spectrum.” F. H. Brownell & C. W. Clark.Journal of mathematics and mechanics 10:31-70 January 1961.DERRY, DOUGLAS “A rank number for a class of polygons.” Annali553di matematica pura ed applicata 54:285-93 1961.DIVINSKY, N. j. Around the chess world in 8o years. London,554The British chess magazine ltd., 1961. v.i. (B.C.M. quarterlyno.5)HULL, THOMAS E. “Neutron capture chains in heavy element syn-555thesis.” D. D. Clayton, W. A. Fowler, T. E. Hull, and B. A. Zimmerman. Annals of physics 12:331-408 March 1961.“A proposal of marriage.” American mathematical monthly 68: 556426-34 May 1961.HULL, THOMAS E. and NEWBERY, A. C. R. “Integration procedures 557which minimize propagated errors.” Society for industrial andapplied mathematics. Journal 9:31-47 March 1961.KOBAYASHI, SHOSHICHI “Canonical forms on frame bundles of 558higher order contact.” American mathematical society. Symposiain pure mathematics. Proceedings 3:186-93 1961.Title of proceedings: Differential geometry.“Compact Kaehler manifolds with positive Ricci tensor.” American559mathematical society. Bulletin 67:412-3 July 1961.“On automorphism groups of homogeneous complex manifolds.” 560American mathematical society. Proceedings 12:359-61 June 1961.“Riemannian manifolds without conjugate points.” Annali di mate- 561matica pura ed applicata 53:149-55 1961.MARCUS, MARVIN D. “Another extension of Heinz’s inequality.” 562U.S. National bureau of standards. Journal of research 65B: 129-30April-June 1961.49536537541543544547“Bound for the P-condition number of matrices with positive roots.” 563 “Topologicaland measure theoretic properties of analytic sets.”579Philip J. Davis, Emilie V. Hayrsworth, and Marvin Marcus. U.S. American mathematicalsociety. Proceedings i i :769-76 OctoberNational bureau of standards. Journal of research 65B: 13-4 1960.January-March 1961.“Comparison theorems for symmetric functions of characteristic 564SWANSON, CHARLES A. “Asymptotic solutions of equation inBanach 580roots.” U.S. National bureau of standards. Journal of researchspace.” C. A. Swanson and M. Schulzer. Canadian journal of65B: 113-5 April-June 1961.mathematics 13(3) :493-504 1961.“Linear maps on skew symmetric matrices: the invariance of ele- 565Confluent hypergeometric functions. By L.J.Slater. London- 581mentary symmetric functions.” Marvin Marcus and Roy Westwick.New York, Cambridge university press, 1960. ix, 247p.AmericanPacific journal of mathematics 10:917-24 Fall 1960.mathematical monthly 68:78-9 January 1961. Review.“On a theorem of I. Schur concerning matrix transformations.” By 566Fonctions hypergéométriques confluentes. By F. G. Tricomi. Paris,582Marvin Marcus and Frank May. Archiv der mathematik 11:401-4Gauthier-Villars, 1960. 86 p. (Memorial des sciences mathémaDecember 1960.tiques no. 140) American mathematical monthly 68:78January1961. Review.“On the unitary completion of a matrix.” By M. Marcus and P. 567Greiner. Illinois journal of mathematics : 152-8 March 1961.THOMPSON, ROBERT C. “A determinantal inequality for positive 583“The permanent function as an inner product.” By Marvin Marcus 68definite matrices.” Canadian mathematical bulletin 4:57-62 Januand Morris Newman. American mathematical society. Bulletinary 1961.67:223-4 March 1961.THURSTON, HUGH A. Differentiation and integration. London,584Blackie & son ltd., 1961. X, 148 p.MARCUS, MARVIN D. and KHAN, NISAR A. “A note on normal 569matrices.” Canadian mathematical bulletin 4:23-7 January 1961.The number-system. New York, Interscience, 1960. x, 160 p. 585“On a commutator result of Taussky and Zassenhaus.” Pacific jour- 570 “On Euler’sequation.” American mathematical monthly 67:678-81 586nal of mathematics 10: 1337-46 Winter 1960. August-September 1960.“Some generalization of Kantorovich’s inequality.” Portugaliae 571 Partial differentiation. EnglewoodCliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, inc., 587mathematica2o(I):33-8 1961. 1961.ix, i6op.“So-called ‘exceptional’ extremum problems.” American mathemati- 588MARCUS, MARVIN D., MINC, HENRYK, and MOYLS, BENJAMIN N. 572cal monthly 68:650-2 August-September ig6i.“Some results on non-negative matrices.” U.S. National bureauof standards. Journal of research 65B: 205-9 July-September i 961.WHITTAKER, JAMES v. “Normalsubgroups of some homeomor- 589phism groups.” Pacific journal ofmathematics io: 1469-78 WinterMELZAK, Z. A. “Infinite products for ‘,re and r/e.” American573 1960.mathematical monthly 68:39-41 January 1961.“On a problem in geometrical probability.” Canadian mathematical574bulletin 4:185-6 May 1961.DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING“On the problem of Steiner.” Canadian mathematical bulletin :575 PA.RKINSON,G. v .“On the aeroelasticinstability of bluff cylinders.” 590143-8 May 1961.G. V. Parkinsonand N. P. H. Brooks. Journal of applied mechanics“Some mathematical problems in retrograde nerve degeneration.” 57628:252-8 June 1961.(American society of mechanical engineers.Journal of mathematical analysis and applications 2:264-72 AprilTransactions Series E. Paperno. 6t-APM-8)1961.WOLFE, WILLIAM A.“Burst tests help set design stress for NPD 591RESTREPO, RODRIGO A. “Some differential equations on closed577pressure tubes.” Nucleonics18:96-100 October 1960.manifolds.” American mathematical society. Proceedings 12:Nuclear Canada issue.315-20 April 1961.DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINESION, MAURICE “Continuous images of Borel sets.” American 578mathematical society. Proceedings i 2:385-91 June 1961. BECK, RICHARD E. See no. 636.505’5925935945956oo6oi602BOGOCH, ABRAHAM “Chronic hepatitis.” W. C. MacDonald andA. Bogoch. Canadian medical association journal 84:1105-13 May20 1961.See also no. 676.EVELYN, KENNETH A. “The role of surgery in the modern treatment of hypertension.” Medical clinics of North America 45:453-66March 1961.FAHRNI, BROOK M. “Present status of chronic care planning in B.C.”British Columbia medical journal 3:270-I May 1961.FORD, DENYS K. “Chinese-hamster cell strains in vitro: spontaneouschromosome changes and latent polyoma-virus infection.” Denys K.Ford, Christina Boguszewski, and Nelly Auersperg. National cancerinstitute. Journal 26:691-706 March 1961.“The relationship of human genital pleuropneumonia-like organismsto arthritis complicating urethritis.” Arthritis and rheumatism :395-402 October 1960.GOFTON,j.PHILIP “Arthritis; a brief outline of modern treatment.Parts III-X.” British Columbia medical journal 2:565-8, 627-32,792-4; 3:22-4, 76-9, 150-3, 268-70, 321-3 September, October,December i 960, January-March, May, June 1961.General title omitted from Parts IV (Osteoarthritis) V and VI (Rheumatoid arthritis)HASSELBACK, RICHARD C. “Effect of heparin on in vivo turnoverof clotting factors.” R. Hasselback and Peter F. Hjort. Journalof applied physiology 15:945-8 September 1960.See also no.775.HASSELBACK, RICHARD C. and THOMAS,J.P. WALLACE “A weakB red cell antigen co-existing with serum anti B antibody; review ofliterature and investigation of a case.” D. F. Morrow, R. Hasselback andJ.W. Thomas. Canadian medical association journal 84:1076-7 May 13 1961.HENRY, EDWIN W. “Adult nephrosis — result of treatment withACTH and steroids.” British Columbia medical journal: 15-2 IJanuary 1961.HERTZMAN, vICToR o. “Malignant carcinoid teratoma of theovary.” Alex M. Saunders and Victor 0. Hertzmán. Canadianmedical association journal 83:602-5 September 10 ig6o.JONES, ii ‘. “Subacute spongiform encephalopathy — a subacuteform of encephalopathy attributable to vascular dysfunction (spongi52596597598599form cerebral atrophy)” By S. Nevin, W. H. McMenemey,S. Behrman and D. P. Jones. Brain 83:519-64 December 1960.MITCHELL, JOHN C. “Granuloma faciale.”J.C. Mitchell andH. K. Fidler. Canadian medical association journal 84:146-8January21 1961.“The teaching of dermatology to undergraduates at the Universityof British Columbia. III. Role of photography.” Canadianmedical association journal 84:716-8 April I 1961.MOSCOVICH, BERNARD B. “Alcoholism foundation; clinical staff—treatment and problems — counselling.” British Columbia medi-cal journal 2:698-707 November 1960.“The doctor and the alcoholic.” British Columbia medical journal3:148-9 March 1961.“Motivation in the alcoholic.” British Columbia medical journal3:374-5 July 1961.“Training physicians to treat alcoholics.” British Columbia medicaljournal 3:263-4 May 1961.MOSCOVICH, JACOB C. “Prescribing in practice or the physician’sprerogative.” British Columbia medical journal 3 145-8March1961.REID, JOHN A. o. “Diet in peptic ulcer.”J.A. G. Reid andS.E.C. Turvey. British Columbia medical journal3:267 May1961.STEWART, WILLIAM D. “The teaching of dermatology toundergraduates at the University of British Columbia. II. Basicrecords,statistics and standards.” Canadian medical association journal84:712-5 April I 1961.THOMAS,J.P. WALLACE and HASSELBACK, RICHARD C. “Bloodbanking. I. Abnormal antibodies and their detection.”J.W.Thomas, Ann Worth, R. C. Hasselback and MargaretA. Stuckey.Canadian medical association journal 84:781-5 April 8 1961.“Blood banking. II.Organization and personnel.” J. W. Thomas,Ann Worth, R. C.Hasselback, Margaret A. Stuckey and F. D. Simpson. Canadian medicalassociation journal 84:1431-4 June 24 1961.“A study of thehaemorrhagic diathesis in leukaemia and allieddiseases.”J.W. Thomas, R. C. Hasselbackand W. H. Perry.Canadian medical associationjournal 83:639-41 September 17 1960.WHITELAW, DONALD M.“Theriac and therapeutics.” British Columbia medical journal 3:256-63 May 1961. (Oslerlecture)See also no. 763.536036046o6o66076o86096io611612613614615WOOD, WILLIAM S. “The teaching of dermatology to undergraduates 616at the University of British Columbia. IV. Dermal histopathology.” Canadian medical association journal 84:719-20 April i1961.ZELDOWICZ, LUDMILA R. “Chiorphenoxamine hydrochloride in the 6i7treatment of Parkinsonism.” Applied therapeutics 3:613-6 August1961.“Paroxysmal motor episodes as early manifestations of multiple sclero- 6i 8sis.” Canadian medical association journal 84:937-41 April291961.DEPARTMENT OF MINING AND METALLURGYARMSTRONG, W. M. and LUND, JOHN A. H. “Studies of the low- 619temperature tensile properties of some refractory metals.” Canadian mining and metallurgical bulletin 54:504-9 July 1961.CHAKLADER, A. C. D. “Effect of trace A12O3 on transformation ofquartz to cristobalite.” American ceramic society. Journal 44:175-80 April 1961.“Sintering of quartz crystal.” By A. C. D. Chaklader and A. L.Roberts. British ceramic society. Transactions 59:323-35 September 1960.“Transformation of quartz to cristobalite.” By A. C. D. Chaklader 622and A. L. Roberts. American ceramic society. Journal44:35-41January 1961.FORWARD, F. A. “Hydrometallurgy.” In Encyclopaedia Britan- 623nica II:99IB-Ioo2 1961.PETERS, E. “The kinetics and mechanism of theCu-catalyzed 624reduction of Cr” by hydrogen in aqueous solutions.” E.A. Hahnand E. Peters. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:162-70 January1961.“Roasting rates and elementary mechanisms.” Canadian mining625and metallurgical bulletin 54:580-4 August 1961.TEGHTSOONIAN, E. “Growth kinks in copper whiskers.” 626S. Saimoto, V. Griffiths, and E. Teghtsoonian. Journal of appliedphysics 31 :1693-4 September 1960.DEPARTMENT OF MUSICCOULTHARD, JEAN Cradle song for girls’ voices or duet. Toronto,627BMI Canada ltd., 1960.A prayer for Elizabeth for string orchestra. Toronto, BMI Canada 628ltd., 1961. lop.Commissioned in 1953 by the Canadian broadcasting corporation for thecoronation of Queen Elizabeth.Threnody for mixed voices. Toronto, BMI Canada ltd., 1961. 4 p. 629Music Set to poem by Robert Herrick.MARQUIS, G. WELTON “Our musical education — a professional 630view.” Community arts council news and calendar 12: 1-2 February1961.PENTLAND, BARBARA Dirge. Toronto, BMI Canada ltd., 1961. 3 p. 631Piano solo,Symphony for ten parts. Toronto, BMI Canada ltd., 1961. 26p. 632Toccata. Toronto, BMI Canada ltd., 1961.9p.633Piano solo,SCHOOL OF NURSINGNEYLAN, MARGARET PROWSE “The depressed patient.” American 634journal of nursing 6i :77-8 July 1961.“The nurse in a healing milieu.” American journal of nursing 61: 63572-4 April 1961.DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGYBOYES, DAVID A. “A method of investigating the metabolism of 636tumors and the influence upon them of antimetabolites.”D. A. Boyes, R. E. Beck, F. R. C. Johnstone, and C. R. Muirhead.Surgical forum II :84-5 1960.BRYANS, FRED E. “Hypofibrinogenaemia following retained placenta 637in a case of abdominal pregnancy at term.” By G. C. Winch andF. E. Bryans. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology of the BritishEmpire 67:646-8 August 1960.“I 7-hydroxycorticosteroid levels in pregnancy.” F. E. Bryans and 638A. Belither. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 82:52-5 July 1961.CLAMAN, A. DAVID “Prolapse of the cord.” Guy C. Winch and 639A. D. Claman. Canadian medical association journal 84: 1369-73June 17 1961.TURKO, MICHAEL “A survey of postoperative infection on a gyne- 640cological service.” Eldon E. Lee and Michael Turko. Canadianmedical association journal 84:1302-4 June 10 1961.62062154 55INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHYBURLING, R. w. “The ecological significance of some early sea641temperature records from Otago Harbour,” by D. E. Hurley andR. W. Burling. New Zealand journal of geology and geophysics3:563-71 November rg6o.“New Zealand oceanographic institute investigations in the southern642ocean.” Science review 18:22-6 August-November 1960.HUGHES, B. A. and STEWART, ROBERT W. “Interaction between 643gravity waves and a shear flow.” Journal of fluid mechanics 10:385-400 May 1961.SCAGEL, ROBERT F. “Diurnal study of, phytoplankton pigments; an 644in situ study in East Sound, Washington,” by Charles S. Yentschand Robert F. Scagel. Journal of marine research 17:567-83 1958.“Life history studies of the Pacific Coast marine alga, Collinsiellatuberculata Setchell and Gardner.” Canadian journal of botany38:969-83 November 1960.“Some observations on the nannoplankton in a British Columbia inlet.” R. F. Scagel andJ.R. Stein. Phycological society of America.News bulletin 13:65-6 December 1960.STEWART, ROBERT W. “The changes in amplitude of short gravity 647waves on steady non-uniform currents,” by M. S. Longuet-Higginsand R. W. Stewart. 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Archives of ophthalmology 64:558-65 October 1960.57653645646655656DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGYCULLING, CHARLES F. A. and VASSAR, PHILIP S. “Acridine orange 663fluorescence in cytology of the cervix.” Canadian medical association journal 85:142-3 July 151961.“Desoxyribose nucleic acid; a fluorescent histochemical technique.” 664Archives of pathology 71 :76-80 January 1961.“Smoking patterns of university students in Canada.” Charles Cul- 665ling, Philip Vassar and A. M. Saunders. Canadian medical association journal 83:530-2 September31960.DOLMAN, CLARIS SE L. “Leukoencephalopathy associated with Hodg- 666kin’s disease.” C. L. Dolman, and A. R. M. Cairns. Neurology ii:349-53April 1961.FIDLER, H. K. 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ROBERT and HOWELL, MAXWELL L. “Weight train-689ing for sports and athletics.” Canadian association for health,physical education and recreation. Journal 27 : 24-5 February-March 1961.OSBORNE, ROBERT F. “The case for physical education.” Canadianassociation for health, physical education and recreation. Journal27:15+February-March 1961.“Youth — their needs and training.” British Columbia natural resources conference. Transactions i: 150-60 1961.Held in Victoria, B.C., March i, 2,3,ig6i.WHITTLE, H. DOUGLAS “Effects of elementary school physical edu- 692cation upon aspects of physical, motor, and personality development.” Research quarterly 32:249-60 May 1961.DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICSBLOOM, MYER “NMR measurement of gas compressibility.”M. Lipsicas, M. Bloom and B. H. Muller. Journal of chemicalphysics 34:1813-4 May 1961.“Nuclear magnetic resonance measurements in hydrogen gas.”M. Lipsicas and M. Bloom. Canadian journal of physics 39:881-907 June 1961.“Nuclear spin relaxation in gaseous and liquid hydrogen.” International conference on low temperature physics, 7th Toronto, 29thAugust-3rd September 1960. Proceedings p. 6 1-72 1961.“Nuclear spin relaxation in gases and liquids. I. Correlation functions.” Irwin Oppenheim and Myer Bloom. Canadian journal ofphysics 39:845-69 June 1961.“Proton spin-lattice relaxation in polyatomic gases.” M. Bloom, 697M. Lipsicas, and B. H. Muller. Canadian journal of physics 39:1093-109 August 1961.BLUH, OTTO “Physics for the biologist.” American journal of physics 69829:771-6 November 1961.BURGESS, RONALD B. “Low noise possibilities of certain semiconductor amplifying systems.” In AGARD conference on low noise electronics, Oslo, 31 July-2 August 1961.. Oxford, Pergamon press,1961. p.BB-i-6.6o“Negative resistance processes in homogeneous semiconductors.” In 700International conference on semiconductor physics, Prague, 1960.Proceedings. 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A. “The distance correlation between photons in 712black body radiation.” Canadian journal of physics 39:473-5March 1961.6i690691693694695696699I“Representation of space inversion, time reversal, and particle conjugation in quantum field theory.” Canadian journal of physics 39:22-34 January 1961.KANASEWICH, E. R. “Gravity measurements over the southernRocky Mountain Trench area of British Columbia.” G. D. Garland, E. R. Kanasewich and Thomas L. Thompson. Journal ofgeophysical research 66:2495-505 August 1961.KOLLAR, F. and RUSSELL, R. D. “Small signal impedance of asolid core inductance.” British journal of applied physics 12:307-10June 1961.LEES, j. “Degassing of liquids for nuclear spin-lattice relaxationstudies.”J.Lees, B. H. Muller andJ.D. Noble. Journal ofchemical physics 34:341-2 January 1961.OPECHOWSKI, w. “Group representations and solid state physics.”Royal society of Canada. Transactions 3d series.54(section 3):9-18 June 1960.“On the nuclear spin relaxation in hydrogen gas.” G. T. Needlerand W. Opechowski. Canadian journal of physics 39:870-80 June1961.RASTALL, PETER “Mach’s principle and scalar theories of gravitation.” Canadian journal of physics 39:218-9 January 1961.“A solution of the Einstein field equations.” Canadian journal ofphysics 38:1661-4 December 1960.RUSSELL, R. n., ULRYCH, T. j. and KOLLAR, F. “Anomalousleads from Broken Hill, Australia.” Journal of geophysical research66:1495-8 May 1961.SMY, PETER R. “The electrical conductivity of shock-ionized argon,”by H.J.Pain and P. R. Smy. Journal of fluid mechanics 9:390-400November 1960.“Experiments on power generation from a moving plasma,” byH.J.Pain and P. R. Smy. Journal of fluid mechanics 10:51-64February 1961.“Magnetic field interaction with shock ionized argon,” by H.J.Painand P. R. Smy. Physical society. Proceedings 76:849-56 DecemberI96o.SOBRINO, LUIS G. de “Comparison of the Wilkins equation andhigher order approximations for solid moderators.” Luis de Sobrinoand Melville Clark, Jr. Nuclear science and engineering i 0:384-7August 1961.621. -“Comparison of Wilkins equation with experiments on water systems.”Luis de Sobrino and Melville Clark, Jr. Nuclear science andengineering xo: 377-83 August 1961.“A study of Wilkins equation.” Luis de Sobrino and Melville Clark,Jr. Nuclear science and engineering 10:388-99 August 1961.STACEY, j. s. “A prototype hotpoint for thermal boring on the 728Athabaska Glacier.” Journal of glaciology 3:783-6 October rg6o.VOLKOFF, 0. M. “A note on some properties of Hamiltonians in- 729volving spin matrices for half-integral values of I.” Canadian journal of physics 39:1226-32 August 1961.WATANABE, TOMIYA “Alfvén waves in partially ionized gases.” 730Canadian journal of physics 39: i 197-211 August 1961.“Waves in a rarefied ionized gas propagated transverse to an external 731magnetic field.” Canadian journal of physics 39:1044-57 July 1961.DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGYBLACK, EDGAR C. “Some aspects of carbohydrate metabolism in fish.”By Edgar C. Black, Anne C. Robertson and Robert R. Parker. InComparative physiology of carbohydrate metabolism in heterothermic animals, ed. by Arthur W. Martin. Seattle, University ofWashington press, April 1961.p. 89-124.COPP, D. HAROLD “Direct humoral control of parathyroid function733in the dog.” D. Harold Copp and A. George F. Davidson. Societyfor experimental biology and medicine. Proceedings 107:342-4June 1961.“The parathyroids and calcium homeostasis.” D. Harold Copp,H. Moghadam, E. 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Department of agriculture andthe University of British Columbia Department of poultry science.Victoria, B.C., Minister of agriculture, 1961. 12 p.Reprinted in Feedstuffs 33:34-54- August 26 1961.MARCH, BERYL E., BIELY, JACOB and TARR, H. L. A. “The effectof storage temperature and antioxidant treatment on the chemicaland nutritive characteristics of herring meal.” B. E. March,J.Biely,C. Goudie, F. Claggett and H. L. A. Tarr. American oil chemists’society. Journal 38:80-4 February 1961.DEPARTMENT OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINEANDERSON, DONALD 0. “Hospital utilization in the metropolitan 760area of the lower mainland of British Columbia by non-metropolitan6573873974574664758759residents.” By Donald 0. Anderson and Alice F. M. Clough.British Columbia medical journal : 6i 7-26 October 1960.Hospital utilization in the metropolitan area of the lower mainland;a study of the referral patterns in operation in the Province ofBritish Columbia, 1960. 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Hasselback. Canadian medical association journal 85:437-9August 19 1961.MARGETTS, EDWARD L. “The porters ofIstanbu1 a furthernote 776on ‘camptocormie’.” East African medical journal 37:667-9October 1960.RICHMAN, ALEX “The application of electronic automatic corn-777puters to psychiatric research.” A. Richman and A. G. Law.Canadian psychiatric association journal 6:202-9 August 1961.TURVEY, S. E. C. “Diets in medical practice.” British Columbia 778medical journal 2:632-3 October 1960.See also no. 6,o.WADA, JUHN A. “Functional alteration of deep structures in cats779with chronic focal cortical irritative lesions.” Juhn A. Wada andLeigh R. Cornelius. 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Royal commission on education 1958-1960; re- 790search studies’ series. Prepared by E. I. Signori, Lee R. Leedham[and others] Vancouver, December 1960. 6 v.DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE STUDIESBONGIE, LAWRENCE L. “Hume, ‘philosophe’ and philosopher ineighteenth-century France.” French studies 15:213-27 July 1961.Politics and religion in seventeenth-century France. By W.J.Stankiewicz. University of Toronto press, 1960. 269p.Humanitiesassociation of Canada. Bulletin 33:26-7 April 1961. Review.BURSILL-HALL, GEOFFREY L.“J.R. Firth, 1890-1960.” Cana-793dian linguistic association. Journal 6:i 6o Spring 1961.“Levels’ analysis: J. R. Firth’s theories of linguistic analysis.” Cana-79468dian linguistic association. Journal 6: 124-35, 164-91 Fall 1960,Spring 1961.“A coaiiderably expanded version . . . with a more detailed description ofthe grammatical and phonological procedures . . . along with a detailedbibliography of the writings of Firth and his colleagues.” Thought1960 notep.237.“The linguistic theories ofJ.R. Firth.” In Thought from theLearned societies of Canada 1960. Toronto, W. J. Gage ltd., 1961.p.237-50.Presented at the Canadian linguistic association Annual meeting held atQueen’s university, Kingston, Ont., June 1960.GREGG, ROBERT j. A linguistic survey of Ireland. Preliminaryreport in LOCHLANN, a review of Celtic studies. Patrick Leo Henry.Ed. by Aif Sommerfelt. v.1, being supplement, Bind V to NorskTidsskrift for Sprogvidenskap. Oslo university press, 1958. Orbis;bulletin international de documentation linguistique 9:566-7December i 960. Review.A students’ manual of French pronunciation. Toronto, The Mac-797millan co. of Canada ltd., 1960. x, 156p.HARDEN, A. ROBERT “The carbuncle in medieval literature.” 798Romance notes 2:58-62 Fall 1960.“Mellin de Saint-Gelais and the saints’ lives.” Renaissance papers7991958, 1959, 1960 p.20-5 1961.NIEDERAUER, DAVID j. “Louys, Pierre.” In Lexikon der Welt- 8ooliteratur im 20. Jahrhundert 2:286 1961.“Maeterlinck, Maurice (-Polydore-Marie-Bernard)” In Lexikon der 8o iWeltliteratur im 20. Jahrhundert 2:351-2 1961.PRIMEAU, MARGUERITE A. Dans le muskeg. Montréal et Paris, 802Fides, 1960. 222p.ROBERT, PIERRE R. Jean Giono et les techniques du roman. Berke- 803ley and Los Angeles, University of California press, 1961. (University of California publications in modem philology v. 56)TOUGAS, GERARD “La liberté de conscience.” Canadian literature 8048:67-8 Spring 1961. Review.“La poésie de Nelligan.” Canadian literature 7:62-5 Winter 1961.8oReview article.“Une poésie non figurative.” Canadian literature 6:71-3 Autumn8o61960. Review.WEINBERG, KURT “Lyrik; Frankreich.” In Lexikon der Welt- 807literatur im 20. Jahrhundert 2:315-27 1961.6979579679’792708o88098io8ii8i 28138148158i68x78i881971820821822823824825826827828829830“Mirbeau, Octave.” In Lexikon der Weltliteratur im 20. Jahrhundert 2:436-7 1961.“Val&y, Paul (Ambroise-Toussaint-Jules)” In Lexikon der Weltliteratur im 20. Jahrhundert 2:1166-74 1961.“Verhaeren, Emile Adolphe Gustave.” In Lexikon der Weltliteraturzm20.Jahrhundert 2:1188-90 1961.DEPARTMENT OF SLAVONIC STUDIESHOOSON, DAVIDJ.H. See no. 430.RONIMOIS, H. E. Soviet economic aid: the new aid and tradepolicy in underdeveloped countries. Joseph S. Berliner. New York,Praeger, 1958. 232p.Journal of Central European affairs 2o:233-4 July 1960. Review.RUKALSKI, ZYGMUNT “Anton Chekhov and Guy Maupassant.Their views on life and art.” Etudes slaves et Est-Européennes;Slavic and East-European studies 5: 178-88 Automne-Hiver 1960-1961.ST. CLAIR-SOBELL, JAMES Notes on Russian grammar; part two.Vancouver, Department of university extension, University of BritishColumbia, 1961. 19 p.“Slavyanovedenie v Kanade.” Mezhdunarodnij Sjezd Slavistov, IV.Otchet. Moscow, Akademija Nauk S.S.S.R., 1960. p.52-3.SOLECKI, JAN “The screen.” By Zofia Romanowicz. Translatedfrom the Polish by Jan Solecki. Antioch review 20:347-64 FaIl1960.SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORKDIXON, WILLIAM 0. “The young British Columbian.” BritishColumbia natural resources conference. Transactions 13: 193-81961.Held in Victoria, B.C., March i, 2,3,1961.McCANN, CHARLES W. “Mobilizing resources.” B.C. conference onaging. Report of proceedings 2:30-2 1960.Title: Meeting the challenge.“Social role theory and professional responsibility.” Social worker29:16-20 June 1961.“Some comments on the challenge of social planning and socialchange.” Association for retarded children of British Columbia.Annual report p. 21-6 August 1961.“Some dimensions of the resource concept in social work practice.”Social worker 28:13-7 October 1960.McCUBBIN, FRANCES A. Old age in a changing world. Toronto,Canadian association for adult education, December 1960. lOp.MARSH, LEONARD C. Techniques of magnetic recording. By JoelTall. Foreword by Edward R. Murrow. New York, The Macmillan co., 1958. xvii, 472 p. Adult education 10:248-9 Summer1960. Review.WHEELER, MICHAEL A report on needed research in welfare inBritish Columbia. Vancouver, Community chest and councils ofthe Greater Vancouver area, Social planning section, March 1961.261p.DEPARTMENT OF SOIL SCIENCEAHMAD, N. “Stony marine clays of the upper Fraser Valley, BritishColumbia: i. Description and physical characteristics of the deposits.2. Chemical characteristics of the deposits.” Soil science 91:257-61,328-31 April, May 1961.BEATON, j. ii and ROWLES, C. A. “The influence of base saturation and fertility treatments on yield and cation composition of cropsgrown on two British Columbia soils high in organic matter. I.Oats.”J.D. Beaton, Neville A. Gough and C. A. Rowles. Canadian journal of soil science 41:52-67 February 1961.BEATON, j. ii and SPEER, R. “influence of several moisture tension ranges and chloride levels on the yield and chloride content ofbromegrass.” Journal of the science of food and agriculture i:265-9 April 1961.CLARK, j. s. “Yellow mottles in some poorly drained soils of thelower Fraser Valley, British Columbia.”J.S. Clark, C. A. Gobinand P. N. Sprout. Canadian journal of soil science 41:218-27August 1961.DEPARTMENT OF SURGERYCOWAN, ROBERT j. “Cryptotia.” Plastic and reconstructive surgery27:209-13 February 1961.“Experimental suture of tendon to bone.” Alan D. Forward andRobertJ.Cowan. Surgical forum 11:458-60 1960.DODDS, WILLIAM A., GRAVES, HORACE B., NIXON, j. E., DAVIES,LOIS E., and SLEATH, G. E. “The anaesthetist’s role in open heartsurgery.” Canadian anaesthetists’ society journal 8:239-46 May SARJEANT, T. R. “The management of acute ilio-femoral thrombo-8441961. phlebitis.” Surgical clinics of North America 4o: 1261-73October1960.ELLIOT, JOHN A. “Post-nephrectomy arteriovenous fistula.” Jour- 831nal of urology 85:426-7 April 1961. SMITH, ERIC L. See no. 662.EVANS, A. MAXWELL British Columbia cancer Institute, Vancouver; 832 SMITH, ERIC L. and ALEXANDER, EDWARD H. “Experiences on 845five year results of treatment 1946-1954 with a synopsis of treatment the use of àlpha-chymotrypsin.” Medical services journal 16:809-13policy 1961. [Vancouver, Evergreen press] 1961. xv, 269p.October 1960.GILLESPIE, HECTOR S. “Excision of the carpal scaphoid for un- 833 WILSON, ROGER “Longevity in gastric cancer.” Canadian journal 846united fractures.” Canadian journal of surgery 4:451-6 July1961. of surgery : 293-7 April 1961.“Excision of the lunate bone in Kienböck’s disease.” Journal of 834bone and joint surgery43B:245-9May 1961.DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSIONINGLIS, A. M. “Common foot problems in young children.” Cana- 835BOOTH, ALAN “A demographic consideration of non-participation.”847dian medical association journal 84:363-70 February i8 1961.Adult education 11:223-9 Summer 1961.“A study of field work programs.” Adult education II: 14-8 Autumn 848JENKINS, LEONARD C. and GRAVES, HORACE B. “Anaesthesia and 8361960.pulmonary embolism.” Canadian anaesthetists’ society journal 8:143-53 March 1961.FRIESEN, JOHN K. “How can university extension best serve agri- 849culture?” In Seminar on agricultural extension in British Columbia.JOHNSTONE, F. R. C. “The distribution of parietal cells in the 837Proceedings p.43-9 ig6i.gastric mucosa of the cat.” A. M. Read and F. R. C. Johnstone.Held at the University of British Columbia, May 8, ig6Anatomical record 139:525-30 April 1961.“The role of the university.” In Adult education in British Colum- 8oSee also no. 636.bia: the next decade. Vancouver, Department of university extension, University of British Columbia, 1961. p. I 1-3.LOCKHART, HENRY B. “Globus hystericus: a follow-up study.” 838Report of a conference held in International House at the University ofCanadian medical association journal 84:316-8 February ii 1961. British Columbia, May ii and IQ, tg6i.“The transverse approach in thyrotomies.” Pacific Coast oto- 839 “The scope of activities proper to a university department ofexten- 851ophthalmological society. Transactions 1960:69-76. sion.” NUEA spectator 26:6-7 October-November 1960.MACARTNEY, HUGH H. “Halothane-air anaesthesia using the ‘Pul- 840 LINDENBERGER,uCa “A technique for analyzing extension 852motec’ apparatus; preliminary report.” Canadian anaesthetists’course participants.” Alice Lindenberger and Coolie Verner.society journal 8:281-6 May 1961.Adult education 11:29-34 Autumn 1960.McKENZIE, ALLAN D. and ANKENMAN, G.j. “Urinary diversion 841SELMAN, GORDON R.“Extension marks its silver anniversary.” 853to the isolated ileal segment.” Canadian journal of surgery 4:43-9U.B.C. alumni chronicle i: 20-I Summer i 961.October 1960.“The extension programme ofthe University of British Columbia.” 854British Columbia library quarterly 24:11-6 January 1961.MILLER, H. S. “A review of the literature on burns and trauma. 842“Some comments on thehistory of university extension at the Uni- 855October i to September 1960.” Medical services journal 17:versity of British Columbia.” In Seminar on agriculturalextension148-78 March 1961.in British Columbia.Proceedings p. 3-8 1961.Held at the University of British Columbia, May i8, 1961.PATTERSON, FRANK P. and MORTON, KENNETH S. “Neurologic 843complications of fractures and dislocations of the pelvis.” Surgery, THOMAS, ALAN M. “A portrait in snapshots.” Canadian literature 86gynecology & obstetrics 112:702-6 June 1961 8:53-6 Spring 1961. Review article.7273DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY(INCLUDING THE INSTITUTE OF FISHERIES)ADAMS, JAMES R. “A histopathological study of the intestinal lesions 857induced by Echinorhynchus lageniformis (AcanthocephalaEchinorhynchidae) in the starry flounder.” A. Prakash and JamesR. Adams. Canadian journal of zoology 38:895-7 October 1960.BRIGGS, JOHN C. “Emendated generic names in Berg’s classification 858of fishes.” Copeia 2:161-6 June 1961.“Fishes of worldwide (circumtropical) distribution.” Copeia 3 859171-80 September 1960.“A new clingfish of the genus Gobiesox from the Tres Marias 86oIslands.” Copeia 3 215-7 September 1960.“The nomenclature of Xyrichtys Cuvier, 1815.” Copeia 2:238-9 86iJune 1961.CHING, HILDA LEI “Three trematodes from the harlequin duck.” 862Canadian journal of zoology 39:373-6 June 1961.CLEMENS, W. A. “Requirements in fisheries research.” Resources 863for tomorrow conference, Montreal, October 23-8, 1961. Conference background papers 2:807-13 July 1961.COWAN, IAN MCT. “A review of wildlife research in Canada.” 864Resources for tomorrow conference, Montreal, October 23-8, 1961.Conference background papers 2:889-99 July 1961.“Science and the wilderness.” In The meaning of wilderness to 865science, ed. by David Brower. San Francisco, Calif., Sierra club,1960.p.64-78.See also nos. 36 and39.DRENT, R. H. A catalogue of British Columbia sea-bird colonies, 866by R. H. Drent and C.J.Guiguet. Victoria, B.C., Queen’s printer,1961. 173p.(British Columbia provincial museum. Occasionalpaper no. 12)ERSKINE, ANTHONY j. “Nest-site tenacity and homing in the Buffle- 867head.” Auk 78:389-96 July 1961.“Three sight records of unusual birds in the Vancouver, B.C., area.” 868Murrelet 41:9 January-April 1960.FINNEGAN, CYRIL V. “An analysis of the postgastrula differentiation 869of the hypomere. I. The influence of tissue mass and of endodermin Ambystoma punctatum.” Journal of embryology and experimental morphology 9:294-309 June 1961.GEIST, v. “Diurnal activity of moose.” Societas pro fauna et flora 870fennica. Memoranda 35:95-100 1958-1959.“Feral goats in British Columbia.” Murrelet 41:34-40 September- 871December i 960.HOAR, WILLIAM S. Environmental physiology of animals. 2d ed. 872New York, Scholar’s library, November i 960. 103p.KREJSA, RICHARD j. “The eastern, tropical Pacific fishes of the 873genus Blenniolus, including a new island endemic.” Copeia 4:322-36 December 1960.LARKIN, PETER A. “Competition for food between redside shiners 874(Richardsonius balteatus) and rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) intwo British Columbia lakes.” By R. E. Johannes and P. A. Larkin.Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 18: 203-20 March 1961.“The effect of man-made changes on the environment of fisheries.” 875Resources for tomorrow conference, Montreal, October 23-8, 1961.Conference background papers 2:785-95 July 1961.LARKIN, PETER A. and AYYANGER, K. V. “Application of the 876Parker equation to growth of aquatic organisms.” Alaskan scienceconference, i I th, Anchorage, Alaska, August 29-September 2, 1960.Proceedingsp.103-24 1961.McALLISTER, ii E. “A collection of oceanic fishes from off BritishColumbia with a discussion of the evolution of black peritoneum.”In Contributions to zoology, 1959. Ottawa, Department of northernaffairs and national resources, 1960. (National museum of Canada.Bulletin no. 172)p.39-43.“Fish remains from a 600-year-old St. Lawrence River Iroquois site.” 878In Contributions to zoology, 1959. Ottawa, Department of northernaffairs and national resources, 1960. (National museum of Canada.Bulletin flO. 172) p.34-8.“The origin and status of the deepwater sculpin, Myoxocephalusthornpsonii, a Nearctic glacial relict.” In Contributions to zoology,1959. Ottawa, Department of northern affairs and national resources, 1960. (National museum of Canada. Bulletin no. 172)p.44-65.McALLISTER, n. E. and KREJSA, R. j. 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E. “The comparative morphology of the 885insect ovipositor.” Royal entomological society of London. Transactions 113:25-40 April71961.“Dictyonota fuliginosa Costa (Hemiptera: Tingidae) in the Ne- 886arctic.” Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings57:22 December 1960.“The functional morphology and interpretation of the insect ovi- 887positor.” Canadian entomologist 93:267-72 April 1961.Illustrierte Bestimmungstabellen der Wanzen. II. Europa 888(Hemiptera-Heteroptera Europae) By Wolfgang Stichel. v.2 ptS.25-8, v.3 pts. s-so and v.4 pts. 5-13. Berlin-Hermsdorf, W. Stichel,1958-1960. Entomologist’s monthly magazine 96:31 1960. Review.SHEPPE, WALTER JR. “Systematic and ecological relations of Pero- 889myscus oreas and P. maniculatus.” American philosophical society.Proceedings 505:425-46 August 1961.“Systematic relations of Clethrionomys in the Pacific Northwest.” 890Canadian field-naturalist 74: 171-3 October-December 1960.SPENCER, G.j. “The Black Widowspider, Latrodectes mactans 895Fabr., in Vancouver.” Entomological society of British Columbia.Proceedings 57:43 December 5960.“A breeding place of Xestobium abietis Fisher (Coleoptera: Ano- 892biidae)” Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings57:52 December 5960.“The brown dog-tick, Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Latr.) in Vancouver.” Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings57:64-5 December 1960.“On the nests and populations of some vespid wasps.” Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings 57:13-5 December 1960.76“Two records of Ixodes signatus Birula and one of Ixodes uriae 895White, marine bird ticks.” Entomological society of British Columbia. Proceedings 57:46 December 1960.UDVARDY, MIKLOS D. r. “Additions to the checklist of Hawaiian 896birds.” Elepaio 21:83-90 June ig6i.“The black-headed manniki, Lonchura malacca atricapilla; a new 897breeding bird on the Hawaiian Islands.” Elepaio 21:15-7 September 1960.“Bör Torneträsk regleras?” Skrifter i Naturskyddsãrenden 50:97-9 8981960.“Continental migrants and shore birds on Oahu during 1958/59.” 899Elepaio 21 :47-50 January 1961.“Movements and concentrations of the Hawaiian coot on the island 900of Oahu.” Elepaio 21(4) :20-2 1960.“The occurrence of the mockingbird on the island of Maui.” Elepaio 90125:72 April 1961.WILIMOVSKY, NORMAN j. “An application of radioactive isotopes 902in fish tagging.” Alaskan science conference, i ith, Anchorage,Alaska, August 29-September 2, 1960. Proceedingsp.93-100 1961.Bioenvironmental features of the Ogotoruk Creek area, CapeThompson, Alaska; a first summary. By the Committee on environmental studies for Project chariot. 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CLAIR-SOBELL, JAMES, chairman of editorial committeeCanadian Slavonic papers.Editorial office: Department of Slavonic studies, University of BritishColumbia.SELTH, GEOFFREY P., editor BCLA reporter; the newsletter of theBritish Columbia library association.Editor: Member of Library staff, University of British Columbia.SMITH, j. HARRY G., editor The forestry chronicle.Official organ of professional foresters in Canada.Editorial office: Faculty of forestry, University of British Columbia.STEIN, JANET R., editor News bulletin of the Phycological society ofAmerica.Editorial office: Department of biology and botany, University of BritishColumbia.TURNER, . o., editor British Columbia library quarterly.Editor: Member of Library staff, University of British Columbia.9089099109’’912913914915916WOODCOCK, GEORGE, editor Canadian literature; a quarterly of 917criticism and review.Editorial office: Department of English, University of British Columbia.ADAMS, James R. 857AHMAD, N. 824AKRIGG, G. Philip V. 299-301ALEXANDER, Edward H. 845ALLEN, Elliot B. 685ALLEN, George 5. 398-9ANDERSON, Donald 0. 760-3ANDERSON, W.J.12-3ANDREW, Geoffrey C. 1-2ANGUS, Henry F. 209ANKENMAN, G.J.841ARGUE, Kenneth P. 232-3ARMSTRONG, W. M. 619AUERSPERG, Nelly595AULD, Wilfred H. 278AYYANGER, K. V. 876BAIG, M. M.94BAKER, R.J.302-4BARR, Thomas R. B. 750BARTLETT, Neil R.9-7BATTS, Michael S. 450-2BEAMISH, Katherine I.79BEATON,J.D. 825-6BECK, Richard B. 636BEDDOES, Michael P. 281-4BEEDLE, Arthur 199-20 IBEER, Charles T. 72BEG, M. A. A. g8BELL, Inglis F. 520-2BELSHAW, Cyril S. 40-IBELYEA, E. S. W. 282BENEDICTY, Mario543-4BIELY, Jacob75’-3, 755-9BIER, John E. 8oBIRNEY, Earle 305-47BLACK, Edgar C. 732BLACK, Sam 234-8BLISHEN, Bernard R. 42BLOOM, Myer 693-7BLUH, Otto 698BOGOCH, Abraham 591, 676BOHN, Erik V. 285-90BONGIE, Lawrence L. 791-2BONNETT, R. A.gBOOTH, Alan 847-8BORDEN, Charles E.43BOSHER, John F.47BOURNE, Charles B. 499-500BOYES, David A. 636BRIGGS, John C. 858-6BRINK, V. C. 740-2BROWN, Lorne E. 239BRYANS, Fred B. 637-8BRYCE. W. A. 100-2BRYENTON, Gordon A. M. 783BULLEN, Peter S. 545-8BURGESS, Ronald E. 699-70 IINDEXBURLING, R. W. 641-2BURSILL-HALL, Geoffrey L. 793-5BUTLER, James N. 103-5CAMPBELL,J. J.R. 32-4CARROTHERS, A. W. R. 501-2CAVELL, R. G. ,o6CHAKLADER, A. C. D. 620-2CHAMBERS, R. D. 107-9CHANT, S. N. F. 784CHAPMAN,J.D. 424-5CHERRY, Sheldon i77CHING, Hilda Lei 862CHRISTIAN, Robert R. 549-50CHRISTOFFEL, D. A. 702-3CICCONE, Stefania 128CLAMAN, A. David 639CLARK, Cohn W. 551-2CLARK, Howard C. 98, io6-iiCLARK,J.S. 827CLARK, Robert M. 2 10-3CLEMENS, W. A. 863CONSTANTINIDES, Paris 19-20CONWAY, John S. 458-62COPP, D. Harold733-5,737COTTINGHAM, Mollie E. 240COULTHARD, Jean 627-9COVELL, Harold M. 24 1-3COWAN, Ian McT. 36,39,864-5COWAN, RobertJ.828-9CRAMER, C. F. 736-7CRUMB, Joseph A. 254CULLEN, W. R.4CULLING, Charles F. A. 662-5, 675CURTIS, G. F. 503CURZON, Francis L. 704-6DANIEL, Edwin E. 676DANIELS,J.M. 707DARRACH, Marvin73DAVIES, Lois E. 830DAVIS, D. Evan 244de BRUYN, Jan 348, 904DELAVAULT, Robert E. 448DERRY, Douglas 553DIVINSKY, N.J. 554,905DIXON, William 0. 8i6DODDS, William A. 830DOLMAN, Clarisse L. 666DOLMAN, Claude B. 66-7, 71DOWER, Gordon E. 677DRAKE, RobertJ.906DRENT, R. H. 866DRUMMOND, George I. 678-82DUFF, D. C. B. 68DUNELL, B. A. 112-7DUNN, Henry G. 6iDWYER, MelvaJ52378 79EAGLES, Blythe A.ELLIOT,JohnA. 83!ELLIOTT, Gordon R.EPSTEIN, Norman 88ERSKINE, Anthony J. 867-8EVANS, A. Maxwell 832EVELYN, Kenneth A.FAHRNI, Brock M.FARLEY, Albert L. 426-7FARMER, James B. i r8FIDLER, H. K. 603FINNEGAN, Cyril V. 869FORD, Denys K. 595-6FORWARD, F. A. 623FRASER, Douglas C. 785-6FRASER, M. Doreen E. 524-5, 528FREDEMAN, William E.FRIEDMAN, Constance L. 23-5FRIEDMAN, Sydney M. 2 i-6, 29-30FRIESEN, John K. 849-5 IGEIST, V. 870-iGERRY, Michael C. L. rigGERWING, Julia 69-71GIBSON, William C. 282,493-7,657, 765-70GILES, John C. 707GILLESPIE, Hector 5. 833-4GILSON,D.F.R. 120GOETZ, Marketa453-5GOFTON, J. 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