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352 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS annual list 



PUBLICATIONS 
OF THE FACULTY 



January I, 1952 to December 31, 1952 



THE UB?^RY OF THE 

J Alio 1953 

UNiVERSlTY OF lUJIiOlS 



published by the university research board 

GRADUATE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA 



CONTENTS 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA, 3-51 

Aeronautical EiiKinecring, 3 

Agricultural Economics, 3 

Agricultural Administration, 4 

Agricultural Engineering, 4 

Agricultural Experiment Station, 5 

Agronomy, 5 

Animal Science, 7 

Architecture, 8 

Art, 8 

Astronomy, 8 

Aviation, Institute, 9 

Hacteriology, 9 

Botany, 9 

Business Office, 11 

Business Organization and Operation, 11 

Ceramic Engineering, 12 

Chemistry, 12 

City Planning and Landscape Architecture, 17 

Civil Engineering, 17 

Classics, 19 

Communications Research, Institute, 19 

Dairy Science, 19 

Dean of Students, 21 

Economics, 21 

Education, College, 22 

Electrical Engineering, 26 

English, 26 

Entomology, 28 

Extension Division, 28 

Food Technology, 28 

French, 29 

General Studies, Division, 29 

Geography, 29 

Geology, 29 

German, 30 

Government and Public Affairs, Institute, 30 

History, 30 

Home Economics, 32 

Horticulture, 32 

Journalism and Communications, School, 33 

Labor and Industrial Relations, Institute, 33 

Law, College, 34 

Library School, 34 

Mathematics, 35 

Mechanical Engineering, 36 

Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, 37 

Music, School, 38 

Natural History Museum, 38 



Philosophy, 38 

Physical Education for Men, 39 

Physics, 40 

Political Science, 43 

President's Office, 43 

Psychology, 44 

Small Homes Council, 45 

Social Work, School, 46 

Sociology and Anthropology, 46 

Spanish and Italian, 46 

Speech, 46 

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 47 

Veterinary Medicine, College, 49 

Zoology, SO 

CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES, 52-66 
College of Medicine, 52-64 

Anatomy, 52 

Bacteriology, 52 

Biological Chemistry, 53 

Clinical Science, 53 

Dermatology, 54 

Medicine, 54 

Neurology and Neurological Surgery, 55 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 56 

Orthopaedic Surgery, 56 

Otolaryngology, 56 

Pathology, 58 

Pediatrics, 59 

Pharmacology, 59 

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 60 

Physiology, 60 

Psychiatry, 60 

Radiology, 61 

Surgery, 62 

College of Denfistry, 64-66 

Applied Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 64 

Crowns and Fixed Partial Dentures, 64 

Histology, 64 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 65 

Orthodontics, 65 

Pathology, 65 

Pedodontics, 66 

Radiology, 66 

College of Pharmacy, 66 

CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION, 67-68 



Explanation of Listing 

The following list includes publications dated 1952, regardless 
of actual time of appearance or date of preparation. It was 
compiled from reports submitted by individual staff members 
through their department heads. The arrangement is alphabetical 
by authors within each department. 



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DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 




AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

HILTON. HARRY H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Thermal stresses in bodies exhibiting tem- 
perature-dependent elastic properties. /. 
aft'. Mech., i9:350-354. 
Creep collapse of viscoelastic columns with 
initial curvatures. J. aero. Set., i9:844- 
846. 
inth T. P. Tarda. F. C. Hall 

Amlysis of viscous; laminar incompressible 

flow through axial flow turbomachines with 

infinitesimal blade spacing. Rep. No. 

C-TR-1, Contract AF 33(616)-52. 

Reviews 

Einflussfelder elastischer Flatten, by A. 

Pucher. Ap['l. Mech. Rev., 5:158. 
Fluage, Plasticite, Precontrainte, by F. Lewi 
and G. Pizzetti. .-i /'/'/. Mech. Rev., 5:260. 

KRZYWOBLOCKI, M. Z., Professor 
Articles 

On the equations of the decay of isotropic 
turbulence in compressible fluid. /. phys. 
Soc. Japan, 7,3:299-300. 

On the equations of the decay of isotropic 
turbulence in magneto-hydrodynamics. /. 
phys. Soc. Japan, 7,5:511-512. 

On the invariants in the turbulence in com- 
pressible viscous fluids. /. Franklin Inst., 
254, 4:317-322. 

On the equations of isotropic turbulence in 
magneto-hydrodynamics of compressible me- 
dium. Acta phys. aiistr., 6,2-3:157-166. 

On locally isotropic turbulence in compres- 
sible fluids. Proc. 2d midwest. Conf. fluid 
Mech., Ohio State Univ., pp. 35-47. 

McCLOY, ROBERT WINSTON, Professor 
Articles 

With S. M. Yen, H. H. Korst 
Gas dynamic investigation of a valveless 

pulse jet tube. Proc. 2d midwest. Conf. 

fluid Mech., Ohio State Univ., pp. 507-520. 

TORDA, T. PAUL, Professor 

Boundary layer control by continuous surface 

suction or injection. /. Math. Phys., 31,3 

(Oct.). 
IVith IV. D. Ackermann, H. R. Burnett 

Symmetric turbulent mixing of two parallel 

streams. Paper No. 52-F-14, ASME, Appl. 

Mech. 
With W. J. Thompson 

Symmetric turbulent mixing of two parallel 

streams. Rep. No. M-TR-3, Contract AF 

33(038)21251 (May). 
With H. H. Hilton, F. C. Hall 

Analysis of viscous laminar incompressible 

flow thru axial flow turbomachines with 

infinitesimal blade spacing. Rep. No. 

C-TRl, Contract AF 33(616)-52 (Dec). 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

BARTLETT, R. \V., Professor 
Articles 

Discussion of economic problems in the inves- 
tigation of western European agriculture. 
Proc. 8th int. Cofif. agric. Econ., East 
Lansing, Mich. (Aug.). 
The behavior of marketing margins on dairy 
products. /. Fm Econ., pp. 922-929. 



Condensery prices in different regions tend to 
be close to each other and to change to- 
gether. ///. Fm Econ., 200:1278-1282. 

The changing pattern of milk distribution. 
111. Fm Eton., 20i: 1340-1347. 

Market changes in the United States. ///. 
Bus. Rev., pp. 8-9 (Mar.). 
With F. T. Gothard 

Measuring efficiency of milk plant operation. 
Bui. III. agric. E.rp. Sta., 560. 56 pp. 
Reviews 

Cooperatives in Norway and farmers' co- 
operatives in Sweden, by Ake Gullander. 
J. Fm Econ., pp. 429-432 (Aug.). 

CASE, H. C. M., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Our changing agriculture. Rtir. Realt., 4,4: 

4-13. 
Trends in Illinois agriculture. ///. I'm Econ., 
204:1349-1353. 

FOLSE, CLINTON L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Illinois rural and urban population. ///. Fm 
Econ., 205:1378-1379. 
Reviev/s 

The Illinois military tract; a study in land 
occupation, by Theodore L. Carlson. Rur. 
Social., ;7:186-187. 

HANNAH, H. W., Professor 
Articles 

Legal devices for controlling the use of farm- 
land. I'irginia Lazv Rev., j5:451-468. 

What the citizen needs to know about law. 
Progr. Educ, 29:232-234. 

Soil conservation districts; some questions 
and answers. 111. Dep. Agric, Div. Soil 
Conserv. 16 pp. 

Legal aspects of farm tenancy in Illinois. 
Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 465:1-30. 

HENEBERRY, W. H., First Assistant 

Articles 

With E. L. Salter 

Experiences of northeastern Illinois farmers 
with grass waterways. ///. Fm Eccni., 203: 
1329-1333. 

JOHNSTON, P. E., Professor 

Articles 

With W. N. Thompson 

How valuable are the soils of central Illinois. 
Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 550:347-380. 

JORDAN, G. L., Professor 
Articles 

How soon will hog-corn price relationships 

favor hog feeders. ///. Ftn Econ., 202:1309- 

1312. 
Economic philosophy as applied to agriculture. 

///. Fm Econ., 204:1357-1363. 
What will we get for 1952 crop soybeans? 

Soybean Dig., i2,l 1:46-48. 

MOSHER, MARTIN L., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Livestock earnings on north-central Illinois 
farms. Bull. 111. agric. Exp. Sta., 548:261- 
316. 
With V. I. West 

Why some farms earn so much more than 
others. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 558:1-40. 





OIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



1.. Associate Professor 
Articles 

Reasons wliy the operating expenses vary 
among country grain elevators. Grain & 
Feed J., i09,5:lS-19. 
With C. P. Schumaier 

The identity of stockholders in a farmers' 
cooperative. ///. Fm Eccni., 204:1353-1357. 
With L. T. Witherspoon 

The revolving method of financing coopera- 
tives. ///. Fin Econ., 205:1409-1413. 
With C. P. Schumaier 

Ownership and distribution of capital reserves 
in a cooperative. 111. Fni Econ., 205:1413- 
1419. 
Reviews 

Agricultural marketing, bv A. L. Larson. /. 
Mktg, 16,3 -.37 1-37 2. 

ROSS, R. C, Professor 
Articles 

Agriculture in Illinois. ///. Fm Econ., 205: 
1365-1378. 

SCHUMAIER, C. P., Assistant 
Articles 

With R. J. Mutti 

The identity of stockholders in a farmers' 

cooperative. ///. Fm Econ., 204:1353-1357. 

Ownership and distribution of capital reserves 

in a cooperative. ///. Fni Ecmi., 208:1413- 

1419. 

SWANSON, EARL R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. O. Heady 

Resource productivity in Iowa farming. Bull, 
lozva agric. E.xp. Sta., 388:751-784. 

THOMPSON, W. N., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With P. E. Johnston 

How valuable are the soils of central Illinois. 
Bull. 111. agric. E.vp. Sta., 550. 36 pp. 

VAN ARSDALL, R. N., Assistant 
Articles 

New investments in dairy structures. ///. Fm 
Econ., 20i :1298-1303. 

WEST, V. I., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Replacing variables in correlation problems. 
/. Amer. statist. Assn, 47:185-190. 
With M. L. Mosher 

Why some farms earn so much more than 
others. Bull. 111. agric. Exp. Sta., 558:1-40. 

WILLS, WALTER J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Choosing a market for your livestock. Circ. 

111. agric. Exp. Sta., 701. 20 pp. 
Some factors in hog prices and movements. 

Circ. 111. agric. Exp. Sta., 691. 36 pp. 
Our changing livestock markets. Nat. Provis., 

126,5:17-19. 
Livestock market location theory. /. Fm Econ., 

34,2:253-258. 
Illinois farmers need better market reports. 

///. Fm Econ., 208-209:1405-1407. 
Numbers of livestock on farms. ///. Fm Econ., 

202:1317-1319. 
Problems in the sale of small consignments 

of livestock. ///. Fm Econ., 200:1282-1283. 



WORKING, E. J., Professor 
Articles 

Appraising the demand for American agricul- 
tural output during rearmament. /. Fm 
Econ., 34:206-224. 
Discussion of direct price control in food and 
agriculture. J. Fm Econ., 34:710-712. 



AGRICULTURAL ADMINISTRATION 

SCOTT, MARSHALL J., Assistant to Dean of 

Agricultural Administration 
Articles 

Improving student behavior. Agric. Educ. 

Mag., Des Moines, 25:56, 59. 
Busy as a bee. III. voc. Progr., 10:62, 63, 70. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

CARTER, DEANE G., Professor 
Articles 

Progress in farm building mechanization. 
Agric. Engng, St. Joseph, Mich., 33,11:707. 
With Margaret Reed Corbin 

Development of cooperative farm housing re- 
search in the north central region. Circ. 
III. agric. Exp. Sta., 699. 24 pp. 
With L. E. Holman 

Storing soybeans on the farm. Circ. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agric. Ext. Serv., 692. 16 pp. 
With K. H. Hinchcliff 

Straw-loft poultry house. Circ. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agric. Ext. Serv., 525. 8 pp. 
With J. O. Curtis, K. H. Hinchcliff 

Plans for farm buildings and livestock equip- 
ment. Circ. Univ. III. Coll. Agric. E.vt. 
Serv., 666. 20 pp. 
With T. Cleaver 

Loose housing for the farm dairy. Circ. Univ. 
III. Coll. Agric. Ext. Serv., 694. 12 pp. 
With L. E. Holman 

Soybean storage in farm-type bins. Bull. III. 
agric. Exp. Sta., 553. 45 pp. 

KLEIS, R. W., Instructor 

Articles 

With J. H. Ramser 

Hay crushing for faster field curing. Circ. 

HI. agric. Exp. Sta., 693. 8 pp. 

LEHMANN, E. \V., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

The comparative nutrient content of field- 
cured and barn-cured alfalfa hay. /. Anim. 
Sci., ii, 2:400-418. 

Agricultural engineering curriculum at the 
University of Illinois. /. Engng Educ, 
42,5:286-290. 

Agricultural aviation. Agric. Engng, St. 
Joseph, Mich., 33,6:360. 

Electrification is key to farm problem. Qualif. 
Contr., i7,12:22-24. 
Reviews 

Modern times come to the farm (review of 
The Farmer Takes a Hand, by Marquis 
Child). Sat. Rev. Lit., 35,18:17. 

PICKARD, GEORGE E., Professor 
Articles 

Tractor valve life should be improved. Fm 
Impl. Nezvs, 75,19:54-56. 
With H. P. Bateman, W. Bovvers 

Corn picker operation to save corn and hands. 
Circ. III. agric Exp. Sta., 697. 



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RAMSER, J. H., Associate 

Articles 

With H. IV. Gausman, G. H. Dungan, 
F. R. Earle. M. M. MacMasters, 
H. H. Hall. P. D. Daird 
Some effects of artificial drying of corn grain. 
Plant PhvsioL, 27,4:794-802. 
Ifitli R. IV. kleis 

Hay crushing for faster field curing. Circ. 
III. agric. Exp. Sta., 693. 8 pp. 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 

NORTON, HORACE W., Statistician and Pro- 
fessor of Agricultural Statistics 

Articles 

Errata in variance ratio tables given by 
R. A. Fisher and F. Vates. Math. Tab., 
If-'ash., d:35-38. 



AGRONOMY 

ALEXANDER, D. E., Instructor 

Articles 

IVitti R. IV. Jugenheimer, L. F. Baunian, 

C. M. Woodworth, B. Koehler 
Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1951. 

Bull. III. agric. E.vp. Sta., 551. 

BEVER, W. M., Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Pcndletan, G. H. Dungan, 
O. T. Bonnett 
Winter wheat variety trials 1940-1950. Bull. 
III. agric. E.rp. Sta., 549. 
With B. Koehler, O. T. Bonnett 

Soil-borne wheat mosaic. Bull. III. agric. 
Exp. Sta., 556. 

BONNETT, O. T., Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Pendletcm, G. H. Dungan, 
W. M. Bever 
Winter wheat variety trials 1940-1950. Bull. 
III. agric. Exp. Sta., 549. 
With B. Koehler, W. M. Bever 

Soil-borne wheat mosaic. Bull. III. agric. Exp. 
Sta., 556. 

BRAY, R. H., Professor 

Articles 

With T. Kurtz, S. W. Melsted 

The importance of nitrogen and water in 
reducing competition between intercrops 
and corn. Agron. J., 44:\Z-17. 
With K. L. Cheng 
Simple rests for magnesium and calcium in 
plant material and magnesium in soils. 
Better Crops, 5(5:13-14, 39-40. 
With T. Kurtz, S. W. Melsted, H. L. Br eland 
Further trials with intercropping of corn 
in established sods. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. 
Amer., 76:282-285. 
With K. L. Cheng, T. Kurtz 

Determination of calcium, magnesium, and 
iron in limestone. Analyt. Chem., 24:1640- 
1641. 

DUNGAN, G. H., Professor 
Articles 

Winter wheat production. Patrons' Guide, 
III. Fm Sup. Co., 4:10-11, 26. 
With J. W. Pendleton, O. T. Bonnett, 
W. M. Bever 
Winter wheat variety trials 1940-1950. Bull. 
III. agric. Exp. Sta., 549. 



With J. W. Pendleton, B. Koehler, 

J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, 

R. W. Jugenheimer, G. E. McKibben 
Illinois tests of corn hybrids in wide use in 

1951. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 552. 
With H. W. Gausman, J. H. Ramser, 

F. R. Earle, M. M. MacMasters, 

H. H. Hall, P. D. Baird 
Some effects of artificial drying of corn 

grain. Plant Physiol., 27:794-802. 

EARLEY, E. B., Professor 

Articles 

Percentage of carbohydrates in kernels of 
Station Reid Yellow Dent corn at several 
stages of development. Plant Physiol., 
27:184-190. 

With E. O. Schneider, E. E. DeTurk 

Nitrogen fractions of the component parts 
of the corn kernel as affected by selection 
and soil nitrogen. Agron. J., 44:161-169. 

With J. N. Carter, B. C. Johnson 

Nicotinic acid, thiamine, and carotene con- 
tent of kernels of medium and high pro- 
tein corn. Agron. J., 44:326-328. 

With J. C. Lyons 

The effect of ammonium nitrate applications 
to field soils on nodulation, seed yield, 
and nitrogen and oil content of the seed 
of soybeans. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 
7(5:259-263, 

FARNHAM, C. H., Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton, R. D. Osier, 
J. L. Cartter 
Soybean varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. 
agric. Exp. Sta., 700. 

GAUSMAN, H. W., Assistant 

Articles 

With R. F. Fuelleman 

Distinguishing Ladino from white clover 
plants. Agron. J., 44:96-97. 
With J. H. Ramser, G. H. Dungan, 
F. R. Earle, M. M. MacMasters, 
H. H. Hall, P. D. Baird 
Some effects of artificial drying of corn 
grain. Plant Physiol., 27:794-802. 

GIESEKING, J. E., Professor 

Articles 

With M. M. Mortland 

The influence of clay minerals on the enzy- 
matic hydrolysis of organic phosphorus 
compounds. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 
i(5:10-13. 

With W. F. Spencer 

Organic derivatives of montmorillonite. /. 
phys. Chem., 5(5:751-753. 

HACKLEMAN, J. C, Professor 

Articles 

With E. D. Walker 

5 steps in pasture improvement. Circ. III. 
agric. Exp. Sta., 703. 

JACKOBS, J. A., Professor 

Articles 

The influence of cutting practices on the 
nitrogen content of Ladak alfalfa in the 
Yakima valley. Agron. J., 44:132-135. 
The performance of six grasses growing 
alone and in combination with legumes 
with differential nitrogen and phosphate 
fertilization in a Yakima valley pasture. 
Agron. J., 44:573-578. 



6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



JOHNSON, P. E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Potassium-nitrogen balance for high corn 
yields. Belt. Crops, 36:6-12. 47-50. 

JUGENHEIMER, R. W. Professor 

Articles 

H^ith L. F. Bauman, D. E. Alexander, 

C. M. Wood-corth, B. Koehler 
Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1951. 

Bull. III. agrk. Exp. Sta., 551. 
With J. IV. Pendleton, G. H. Dungan, 
B. Koehler, J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, 
G. E. McKibben 
Illinois tests of corn hybrids in wide use in 
1951. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 552. 
With C. M. Woodworth, E. R. Leng 

Fifty generations of selection for protein and 
oil in corn. Agron. J., 44:60-65. 
With R. A. Silow and Y. T. Mao 
Results of cooperative hybrid tests in Euro- 
pean and Mediterranean countries, 1950. 
Food and Agr. Org. of United Nations, 
Rome, Italy. 43 pp. 

KOEHLER, BENJAMIN, Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Jugenheinier, L. F. Bauman, 

D. E. Alexander, C. M. Woodworth 
Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1951. 

Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 551. 
With J. W. Pendleton, G. H. Dungan, 
J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, 
R. W. Jugenheinier, G. E. McKibben 
Illinois tests of corn hybrids in wide use in 
1951. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 552. 
With W. M. Bever, O. T. Bonnett 

Soil-borne wheat mosaic. Bitll. III. agric. 
Exp. Sta., 556. 

KURTZ, TOUBY, Professor 

Articles 

With S. W. Melsted, R. H. Bray 

The importance of nitrogen and water in 

reducing competition between intercrops 

and corn. Agron. J., 44:13-17. 
With S. W. Melsted, R. H. Bray, 

H. L. Breland 
Further trials with intercropping of corn in 

established sods. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. 

Amer., i<5:282-285. 
With K. L. Cheng, R. H. Bray 
Determination of calcium, magnesium, and 

iron in limestone. Analyt. Chem., 24: 

1640-1641. 

LANG, A. L., Professor 

Articles 

With J. W. Pendlcto7i, G. H. Dungan, 
B. Koehler, J. H. Bigger, 
R. W. Jugenheinier, G. E. McKibben 
Illinois tests of corn hybrids in wide use in 
1951. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 552. 

LENG, E. R. Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With C. M. Wood-Morth, R. W. Jugenheimer 
Fifty generations of selection for protein and 
oil in corn. Agron. J., 44:6Q-6S. 

LINSLEY, C. M., Professor 
Articles 

Are we building soil fertility? ///. agric. 
Assn Rec, iO: 11-13. 



MELSTED, S. W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With T. Kurtz, R. H. Bray 

The importance of nitrogen and water in 

reducing competition between intercrops 

and corn. Agron J., 44:13-17. 
With T. Kurtz, R. H. Bray, H. L. Breland 
Further trials with intercropping of corn in 

established sods. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. 

Amer., ^(5: 282-285. 

ODELL, R. T., Professor 

Articles 

With H. L. Wascher 

Kendall county soils. Soil Rep. III., 75. 

PENDLETON, J. W., First Assistant 

Articles 

With R. D. Osier, C. H. Famlmm, 
J. L. Cartter 
Soybean varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. 
agric. Exp. Sta., 700. 
With G. H. Dungan, O. T. Bonnett, 
W. M. Bever 
Winter wheat variety trials 1940-1950. Bull. 
III. agric. Exp. Sta., 549. 
With G. H. Dungan, B. Koehler, J. H. Bigger, 
A. L. Lang, R. W. Jugenheinier, 
G. E. McKibben 
Illinois tests of corn hybrids in wide use in 
1951. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 552. . 

RUSSELL, M. B., Professor 
Articles 

Soil aeration and plant growth. Chap. 4 in 
Soil physical conditions and plant growth. 
Academic Press, Inc., N. Y. 48 pp. 
With A. Klute, W. C. Jacob 

Further studies on the effect of long-time 
organic matter additions on the physical 
properties of sassafras silt loam. Proc. 
Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., i(5: 156-159. 
With W. C. Jacob 

The effect of tillage practices on the yield of 
Irish cobbler potatoes. Amer. Potato J., 
29:136-141. 
With W. C. Jacob, A. Klute, G. Lemne, 
R. Grossman 
The influence of irrigation on the yield and 
quality of potatoes on Long Island. Amer. 
Potato J., 29:292-296. 

SEARS, O. H., Professor 

Articles 

With D. L. Lynch 

The effect of inoculation upon yields of 

soybeans on treated and untreated soils. 

Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., i6:214-216. 

SNIDER, H. J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

He gets paid off in manure. Hoard's 

Dairym., 97:83. 
How to change that cow gymnasium into 

a good pasture. Hoard's Dairym., 97: 

386. 
There is quality in silage corn, too. Hoard's 

Dairym., 97:508. 
How will you handle the straw problem? 

Hoard's Dairym., 97:606. 

WALKER, E. D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Time out for study. Ext. Serv. Rev. U.S. 
Dcp. Agric, 23:59,70. 
With J. C. Hackleman 
5 steps in pasture improvement. Circ. III. 
agric. Exp. Sta., 703. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 7 



WASCHER, H. L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. T. Odcll 

Kendall county soils. Soil Rep. III.. 75. 

WOODWORTH, C. M., Professor 

Articles 

With E. R. Lcng, R. W. Jugcnhcimer 
Fifty generations of selection for protein 
and oil in corn. Agron. J., ^-Z: 60-65. 
With R. W. Jugenheitner, L. F. Bauman, 
D. E. Atejcandcr, B. Koehler 
Experimental com hybrids tested in 1951. 
Bull. III. agric. E.xp. Sta., 551. 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 

BECKER, DONALD E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With S. W. Terrill, C. R. Adams, R. J. Meade 
Response of growing-fattening pigs to baci- 
tracin, aureomycin and other supplements. 
/. Anim. Sci., ii:84-9I. 
With S. W. Terrill, D. E. UUrey, R. J. Meade 
The growth response of the pig to a dietary 
source of various antibacterial agents and 
to intramuscular injections of procaine 
penicillin. Antibiot. Chemother., 2:259-264. 
With S. W. Terrill, R. J. Meade, 
R. M. Edwards 
The eflScacy of various antibacterial agents 
for stimulating the rate of gain in the pig. 
Antibiot. Chemother., 2:421-426. 
With S. W. Terrill, W. K. Warden, 
P. B. Beamer 
The efifect of feeding a high level of crude 
protein in the drylot ration of fattening 
hogs. /. Amer. vet. med. Assn, 121:304- 
305. 
With P. B. Brown, S. W. Terrill, L. E. Card 
The effect of aureomycin on the growth and 
metabolism of the pig. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., •^i: 378-382. 

BULL, SLEETER, Professor 

Articles 

With J. D. Kemp, S. W. Terrill 

The efifect of three formulations of benzene 
hexachloride on the flavor of pork. /. 
Amm. Sci., ii:491-495. 
With V. K. Johnson 
An_ accelerated cure for bacon. Food Tech., 
Champaign, (5:354-358. 

CARD, LESLIE E., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Books 

Poultry production. Lea & Febiger, Philadel- 
phia. 416 pp. 

Articles 

Some new developments in alfalfa research. 
Feedstuff s, 2^,47 :32a-35a. 
With E. Roberts, W. E. Shaklee, N. F. Waters 
Inheritance of egg weight. Fault. Sci., 31 : 
870-875. 
With P. B. Br cram, D. E. Becker, S. W. Terrill 
The effect of aureomycin on the growth and 
metabolism of the pig. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., 41:378-382. 
With H. M. Scott 

Maximizing returns in broiler growing. Proc. 
Texas I^utr. Conf., pp. 17-19. 



EDMAN, MARJORIE, Instructor 

Articles 

With H. H. Mitchell 

The fluorine problem in livestock feeding. 
Nutr. Abstr. Rev., 21:787-804. 

FORBES, RICHARD M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With T. S. Hamilton 
The utilization of certain cellulosic materials 

by swine. /. Anim. Sci., ii:480-490. 
With W. T. Haines 

The riboflavin requirement of the baby pig. 

I. At an environmental temperature of 85° 

F. and 70% relative humidity. /. Nutr., 

47:411-424. 

HAMILTON, TOM S., Professor 

Articles 

With R. M. Forbes 

The utilization of certain cellulosic materials 

by swine. /. Anim. Sci., ii :480-490. 
With H. H. Mitchell, Jessie R. Beadles 

The relationship between the protein content 
of corn and the nutritional value of the 
protein. /. Nutr., 48:461-476. 

JAMES, MARIAN F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. H. Draper, B. C. Johnson 

Tri-o-cresyl phosphate as a vitamin E antago- 
nist tor the rat and lamb. /. Nutr., 47: 
583-600. 

JOHNSON, B. CONNOR, Professor- 

The function of antibiotics in stimulation of 
growth. Resume II" int. Congr. Biochim., 
Paris, pp. 104-105. 
The metabolism of radioactive carbon-labeled 
nicotinic acid and nicotinamide, pteroylglu- 
tamic acid and thiamine. Resume II" int. 
Congr. Biochim., Paris, pp. 225-226. 
With H. H. Draper, J. T. Sime 

A study of vitamin B12 deficiency in the calf. 
/. Anim. Sci.. ii: 332-340. 
With H. H. Draper 

The riboflavin requirement of the Holstein 

calf. /. Nutr., 46:37-44. 
Folic acid deficiency in the lamb. /. Nutr., 
46:123-132. 
With Eva M. Colin 

Effect of certain tricarboxylic acid cycle acids 
on growth of E. coli. J. Bad.. 63:735-742. 
With P. H. Lin 

Further studies on the nicotinic acid metabo- 
lites excreted by rats given radioactive nico- 
tinic acid or nicotinamide. Fed. Proc, 11: 
448. 
With R. C. Wahlstrom 

Effect of lyxoflavin on growth of baby pigs 
fed a synthetic diet. Proc. Soc. e.vp. Biol., 
N. Y., 79:636-639. 
With R. C. Wahlstrom, Eva M. Cohn, 
S. W. Terrill 
Growth effect of various antibiotics on baby 
pigs fed synthetic ration. /. Anim. Sci., 
ii :449-454. 
With H. M. Scott, E. A. Goffi 

Effect of surface-active agents on chick growth. 
Poult. Sci., 31:746-747. 
With H. H. Draper, Marian F. James 

Tri-o-cresyl phosphate as a vitamin E antago- 
nist for the rat and lamb. /. Nutr., 47: 
583-600. 
With E. B. Earley, J. N. Carter 

Nicotinic acid, thiamine, and carotene content 
of kernels of medium and high protein corn. 
Agron. J., 44:326-328. 



8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MITCIIKLL, HAROLD li.. Professor 
Articles 

Tiic nutritive evaluation of protein: a half- 
century of progress. Xiitr. Rev., 10:33-37. 
Overnutrition and obesity. /. din. Nutr., 1: 
66-76. 
With M. H. Bert, F. M. Crawford, 
E. IV. Lehmann 
The comparative nutrient content of field- 
cured and barn-cured alfalfa hay. /. Anim. 
Sei., J/:400-418. 
With Marjorie Ediiian 

The fluorine problem in livestock feeding. 
Nutr. Abstr. Rev., 2i :787-804. 
With Jessie R. Beadles 

The determination of the protein requirement 
of the rat for ma.xinium i,'rowth under con- 
ditions of restricted consumption of food. /. 
Nutr., '^7:133-146. 
With W. H. Pfander 

The ascorbic acid requirement of the guinea 
pig when adrenal weight and odontoblast 
height are used as criteria. /. Nutr., 47: 
503-524. 
With T. S. Hamiltmi, Jessie R. Beadles 

The relationship between the protein content 
of corn and the nutritional value of the 
protein. /. Nutr., 48:A6l-A76. 

NALBANDOV, ANDREW V., Professor 
Articles 

Anatomic and endocrine causes of sterility in 
female swine. Fertil. Steril., i:100-114. 
With D. M. Baird, 'H. W. Norton 

Some physiological causes of genetically dif- 
ferent rates of growth in swine. /. Anim. 
Sci., ii: 292-300. 
With W. G. Kammlade, Jr., J. A. Welch, 
H. W. Norton 
Pituitary activity of sheep in relation to the 
breeding season. /. Anim. Sci., ii:646-6S5. 

ROBERTS, ELMER, Professor 

Articles 

With L. E. Card, W. E. Shaklee, N. F. Waters 

Inheritance of egg weight. Poult. Sci., 31 : 
870-875. 
With W. E. Shaklee, H. F. Falls 

A red-eye mutation. /. Hered., -^j.S :201-204. 

SCOTT, HAROLD M., Professor 

Articles 

With B. C. Johnson, E. A. Goffi 

Effect of surface active agents on chick- 
growth. Poxilt. Sci., 31:7Ab-7^7. 
With E. A. Goffi, W. A. Glista 

The protein requirement of the chick as in- 
fluenced by aureomycin. Poult. Sci., 31 : 
751-752. 

SNAPP, ROSCOE R., Professor 
Books 

Beef cattle. 4th ed. John Wiley and Sons, 
N. Y. 641 pp. 

TERRILL, STANLEY W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Becker, C. R. Adams, R. J. Meade 
Response of growing- fattening pigs to bacitra- 
cin, aureomycin and other supplements. /. 
Anim. Sci., ii:84-91. 

With D. E. Becker, D. E. Ullrcy, R. J. Meade 
The growth response of the pig to a dietary 
source of various antibacterial agents and 
to intramuscular injections of procaine peni- 
cillin. Antibiot. Chemother., 2:259-264. 

With D. E. Becker, R. J. Meade, 
R. M. Edwards 



The efficacy of various antibacterial agents 

for stimulating the rate of gain in the pig. 

Antibiot. Chemother., 2:421-426. 
With W. K. Warden, D. E. Becker, 

P. B. Beamer 
The effect of feeding a high level of crude 

protein in the drylot ration of fattening 

hogs. /. Amer. vet med. Assn, i2i :304-305. 
With R. C. Wahlstrom, Eva M. Colin, 

B. C. Johnsoii 
Growth effects of various antibiotics on baby 

pigs fed synthetic rations. /. Anim. Sci., 

ii :449-4S4. 
With J. D. Kemp, S. Bull 

The effect of three formulations of benzene 

hexachloride on the flavor of pork. /. Anim. 

Sci., ii :491-495. 
With P. B. Brown, D. E. Becker, L. E. Card 
The effect of aureomycin on the growth and 

metabolism of the pig. Arch. Biochem. 

Biophys., 41 :378-382. 

WOLF, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 

Books 

Chemical induction of cancer. Harvard Uni- 
versity Press, Cambridge, Mass.; Cassell 
and Co., Ltd., London, England. 250 pp. 

Articles 

IVitli F. D. Asplin, E. Boyland, S. Sargent 
Hy]iertrophy of the testis induced by sul- 
phadimidine and other pyrimidine deriva- 
tives. Proc. roy. Soc, B, 139:358-372. 



ARCHITECTURE 

NEWCOMB, REXFORD, Professor and Dean 

of College of Fine and Applied Arts 
Articles 

Architecture. Americana Annual, 1952, pp. 

38-39. 
Architecture. In World book encyclopedia, 

1952 annual, pp. 13-15. 
Housing. In World book encyclopedia, 1952 

annual, pp. 90-91. 
Kentucky architecture, your heritage — its 

meaning today. Filson CI. hist. Quart., 26: 

209-222. 

Reviews 

Early American architecture, by Hugh Mor- 
rison. Wm &■ Mary Quart., 9:419-424. 



ART 

WELLER, ALLEN S., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Truth and vision in contemporary painting. 

Cat. Univ. III. E.rhib. contemp. Amer. 

Painting, pp. 14-26. 
Some impressions of momentum. Art Dig., 

26:9-10,26 (May 16). 
Chicago. Art Dig., 27:12 (Oct. IS). 
Accent international: a survey of post war 

drawings. Art Dig., 27:12-13 (Nov. 1). 
Chicago. Art Dig., 27:13 (Nov. 1). 
Chicago. Art Dig., 27:13-14 (Dec. 1). 



ASTRONOMY 

McVITTIE, G. C, Professor 

Articles 

A model universe admitting the interchange- 
ability of stress and mass. Proc. roy. Soc, 
A, 211:295-301. 

Theory of development and of thickness pat- 
terns. Tellus, 4:8-20. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 9 



AVIATION, INSTITUTE OF 

BRYAN, LESLIE A., Director of Institute and 

Professor of Management 
Articles 

Ojierating costs of a light aircraft fleet. Aero. 

Bull. Univ. III. Inst. Aviat., 10. 11 pp. 
Business flying is here to stay. Busin. Fly., 

i:S,25. 
Business flying is cheap transportation. Aviat. 

Age, iS:115-117. 
Business flving and safety. Busin. Fly., 1:8, 

24. 



BACTERIOLOGY 



CLARK, F. M., Associate Professor 

Books 

With H. O. HaJvorsan 

Laboratory outline for General Bacteriology 
104. Burgess Publishing Co., Minneapolis. 

Articles 

intli L. R. Fiiia 

The anaerobic decomposition of benzoic acid 

during methane fermentation. Arch. Bio- 

chem. Biophys., 5(5,1:26-32. 

TUXL ELLIOT, Instructor 

Articles 

Mechanism of formation of acetoin by bac- 
teria. /. biol. Chem., 195:7\S-726. 

Mechanism of the formation of acetoin by 
yeast and mammalian tissue. /. biol. Chem., 
i9i:727-734. 



GUXSALUS, I. C, Professor 

Articles 

With .1/. /. Dolin, Lena Strtiglia 

Pyruvic acid metabolism. III. A manomet- 
ric assay for pyruvate oxidation factor. /. 
biol. Chem., 194 :8S9-&70. 
With Lena Struglia, D. J. O'Kane 

Pyruvic acid metabolism. IV. Occurrence, 
properties, and partial purification of py- 
ruvate oxidation factor. /. biol. Chem., 
194:859-870. 
With .U. Gibbs 

The heterolactic fermentation. II. Position 
of C* in the products of glucose dissimi- 
lation by Leuconostoc mesenteroides. J. 
biol. Chem., 194:871. 
With .y. I. Dolin 
A soluble pyruvate — alpha-keto butyrate de- 
hydrogenase system from Streptococcus 
faecalis. Fed. Proc, 2:203. 
With C. S. Hornberger, Jr., R. F. Heitmiller, 
G. Schnakenberg, L. J. Reed 
Synthetic preparation of lipoic acid. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2382. 
With L. J. Reed, Q. F. Soper, G. H. F. Schnak- 
enberg, S. F. Kern, H. Boaz 
Identification of the carbon skeleton of alpha- 
lipoic acid. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2383- 
2384. 
With L. Kline, L. Pine, H. A. Barker 

Probable identity of the growth promoting fac- 
tor for butyribacterium rettgeri with other 
biologically-active substances. /. Bact., 64: 
467-472. 
The chemistry and function of the pyruvate 
oxidation factor (lipoic acid). Microbial 
Metabolism, Symp. 2d int. Cong. Biochem., 
Paris, p. 56. 



HALVORSON, Professor and Head of Depart- 
ment 
Books 
With F. M. Clark 

Laboratory outline for General Bacteriology 
104. Burgess Publishing Co., Minneapolis. 

Articles 

With N. G. Roth 

The effect of oxidative rancidity in unsatu- 
rated fatty acids on the germination of 
bacterial spores. /. Bad., di: 429-435. 

LURIA, S. E., Professor 
Articles 

Reactivation of ultraviolet-irradiated bacteri- 
ophage by multiple infection. /. cell. comp. 
Physiol., J9:119-123. 
With Mary L. Human 

A nonhereditary, host-induced variation of 
bacterial viruses. /. Bact., (54:557-569. 

SPIEGELMAN, S., Professor 
Articles 

Mapping functions in tetrad and recombinant 
analysis. Science, 116:ilQ-S\2. 
With W. F. DeLorenco 

Substrate stabilization of enzyme-forming 
capacity during the segregation of a hetero- 
zygote. Proc. nat. Acad. Sci., Wash., 38: 
583-592. 
With M. Sussman 

Energy metabolism of biosynthesis at the cel- 
lular level. Annu. Rev. Physiol., 14:97-114. 
With H. O. Halvorson 

The inhibition of enzyme formation by amino 
acid analogues. /. Bact., 64:207-221. 



BOTANY 

BLACK, LINDSAY M., Professor 
Articles 

Plant virus tumors. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Set., 
54:1067-1075. 
With l^irginia C. Littau 

Splierical inclusions in plant tumors caused 

by a virus. Amer. J. Bot., 39:87-95. 
Spontaneous tumors in sweet clover. Amer. 
J. Bot., iP: 191-194. 
With M. K. Brakke 

^Multiplication of wound-tumor virus in an 
insect vector. Phytopathol., 42:269-273. 
With M. K. Brakke, A. E. Vatter 

Partial purification and electron microscopy 
of tomato spotted-wilt virus. Phytopathol., 
42:3. 

BRAKKE, MYRON K., Research Associate 

Articles 

With L. G. Nickell 

Lack of effect of plant growth-regulators on 
the action of alpha-amylase secreted by 
virus tumor tissue. Bot. Gas., Jij:482-484. 
With L. M. Black 

Multiplication of wound-tumor virus in an 
insect vector. Phytopathol., 42:269-273. 
With L. M. Black, A. E. Vatter 

Partial purification and electron microscopy 
of tomato spotted-wilt virus. Phytopathol., 
42:3. 

DELEVORYAS, THEODORE, Research 

Assistant 

Articles 

With Jeanne Morgan 

Tubicaulis multiscalariformis: a new Ameri- 
can coenopterid. Amer. J. Bot., 59:160-166. 



10 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



DELEVORYAS. THEODORE (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

An anatomical study of Stipitoptcris. Amer. 

J. Bot., .19:474-478. 
Stewartioptcris singularis: a new psaroniace- 
ous fern rachis. Amer. J. Dot., j9:479-484. 
With W. Steicart 

Cases for determining relationships among 
the Medullosaceae. Amer. J. Bot., S9:SQS- 
S16. 

FULLER, HARRV J., Professor 

Articles 

The liberal arts and sciences — staple or 
luxury? Phi Beta Kappa Key Reptr. 17,1: 
i-T. 
A botanist in the Andes. Sch. Sci. Math., 
pp. 127-129 (Feb.). 
With S. L. llitson 

Root illumination and flowering. Science, 
iid:o88-689. 

H.'XLL, JOHN W., Graduate Assistant 
Articles 

The comparative anatomy and phylogeny of 

the Kelulaceae. Bot. Gas., 113,3:235-270. 
The phloem of Heterangium americanum. 
Amer. Midi. Nat., 47,3:763-768. 

HOLT, A. STANLEY, Research Associate 
Articles 

With E. Rahinowitch, E. E. Jacobs, 
R. Kromhotit 
Absorptionsspektren kristallisierter Chloro- 
phyllderivate. Z. Phys., 133:261-271. 
With E. E. Jacobs 

Absorption spectra of crystalline chlorophyll 
derivatives. /. chem. Phys., 20:1326. 

JACOBS, EARL E., Research Associate 
Articles 

With E. I. Rabinouritch, A. S. Holt, 
R. Kromho-ut 
Absorptionsspektren kristallisierter Chloro- 
phylldtrivate. Z. Phys., 133:261-271. 
With A. S. Holt 

Absorption spectra of crystalline chlorophyll 
derivatives. /. chem. Phys., 20:1326. 

JONES, G. NEVILLE, Professor 
Articles 

Type localities of vascular plants first de- 
scribed from Illinois. Amer. Midi. Nat., 
47:487-507. 
With O. Tippo 
John Theodore Buchholz, 1888-1951. Phyto- 
morphol., 2:181-185. 
Reviews 

Plants of liikini and other northern Marshall 
islands by William Randolph Taylor. 
Amer. Midi. Nat., 47:254-255. 
The flora of Bic and the Gaspe peninsula, 
Quebec, by H. J. Scoggan. Amer. Midi. 
Nat., 48:252-253. 

LAUGHNAN, JOHN R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

On the designation of closely linked genes 
with similar effects. Amer. Nat., 86:109- 
111. 

The action of allelic forms of the gene A in 
maize. IV. On the compound nature of 
A^ and the occurrence and action of its 
/}'' derivatives. Genetics, J7: 375-395. 

The A^ components as members of a duplica- 
tion in maize. Genetics, 37:598. 



LICIITWARDT, ROBERT W., Assistant 
Articles 

A new light-weight shaft for peat samplers. 

The Paleobotanist (Birbal Sahni Memor. 

Vol.), i:317-318. 

MORGAN, E. JEANNE, Assistant 
Articles 

With T. Delevoryas 

An anatomical study of Stipitopteris. Amer. 
J. Bot., i9:474-478. 

Steivartiopteris singularis: a new psaroniace- 
ous fern rachis. Amer. J. Bot., .i9:479-484. 

Tiibicatilis multiscalariformis: a new Ameri- 
can coenopterid. Amer. J. Bot., 59:160-166. 

RAHINOWITCH, EUGENE I., Research Pro- 
fessor 
Articles 

Photosynthesis. Annu. Rev. PL Physiol., 
3:229-264. 
With E. E. Jacobs, A. S. Holt, R. Kromhout 
Absorptionsspektren kristallisierter Chloro- 
phyllderivate. Z. Phys., 133:261-271. 

RHOADES, MARCUS M., Professor 
Articles 

The effect of the bronze locus on anthocyanin 

formation in maize. Amer. Nat., 56:105- 

108. 
Preferential segregation in maize. Chap. 4, 

pp. 66-80, in Heterosis. Iowa State College 

Press, Ames. 
Origin of cytoplasmic male sterility in corn. 

Proc. 6th Annu. hybrid Corn Jndustr.-Res. 

Conf., Amer. Seed Tr. Assn. 6:7-12. 

SHANOR, LELAND, Professor 
Articles 

The characteristics and morphology of a new 
genus of the Laboulbeniales on an earwig. 
Amer. J. Bot., i9:498-504. 
With R. K. Benjamin 

Sex of host specificity and position specificity 
of certain species of Laboiitbenia on Bem- 
bidion picipes. Amer. J. Bot., j9:125-131. 

SILVA, PAUL C, Instructor 

Articles 

A review of nomenclatural conservation in the 
algae from the i)oint of view of the type 
method. Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot., 25,4:241- 
324. 
C odium Stackhouse. In L. E. Egerod, An 
analysis of the siphonous Chlorophycophyta 
with special reference to the .Siphonocla- 
dales, Sijshonales, and Dasycladales of 
Hawaii. Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot., 25,5:381- 
395. 

Reviews 

Manual of phycology. An introduction to the 
algae and their biology, by Gilbert M. 
Smith, ed. Madrono, 11,5:217-220. 

STERN, WILLIAM L., Assistant 
Articles 

The comparative anatomy of the xylem and 
the phylogeny of the Julianiaceae. Amer. 
J. Bot., 39:220-229. 

STEWART, WILSON N., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With T. Delevoryas 

Bases for determining relationships among the 
Medullasaceae. Amer. J. Bot., i9: 505-5 16. 
With H. Quastlcr, Ann Schertiger 

Inhibition of plant growth by irradiation. 
IV. Growth arrest vs. effects on mitotic 
activity. /. Cell. camp. Physiol., 39:357-370. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 11 



TIPPO. OSWALD, Professor and Chairman of 

Department 
Articles 

John Theodore Buchholz. Rec. Genet. Soc. 
Ainer., 2i: 103-104. 
IVith G. N. Jones 

John Theodore Buchholz, 1888-1951. Phy- 
tomorphoL, 2:181-185. 

WILSON, S. L., Assistant 

Articles 

With H. J. Fuller 

Root illumination and flowering. Science, 
116:688-689. 



BUSINESS OFFICE 

MOREV, LLOVD, Comptroller and Professor 

of Accountancy 
Articles 

College business management as a profession. 

Sell. Soc, 76:241-244. 
National committee issues guide for municipal 

accounting. /. Accy, 97:594-601. 
Illinois municipal audit law contains best 
current practices. /. Accy, 9-^:195-197. 

BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION 

BAILY, H. HEATON, Professor 

Books 

Teachers' guide to specialized accounting sys- 
tems. 2d ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 
N.Y. 138 pp. 

COLE, ROBERT H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

General discussion of vertical integration. In 

Vertical integration in marketing, Bull. 

Univ. III. Bur. Econ. Busin. Res., 74:9-114. 

CONDON, ARNOLD C, Associate Professor 

Books 

With Rocvena Wellman 

Transcription method shorthand, beginning 

course. Wm. C. Brown Co., Dubuque, la. 

110 .pp. 

CONVERSE, PAUL D., Professor 

Books 

With H. W. Huegy, R. V. Mitchell 

Elements of marketing. 5th rev. ed. Prentice 
Hall, Inc., N.Y. 968 pp. 
Articles 

The cost of distribution. Proc. Amer. Mktg 

Assn 1951 nat. Conf., pp. 38-42. 
Distribution cost. Busin. Week, 1167:122-123 

(Jan. 12). 
Comment on a book review. /. Mktg, 16 A: 

463. 
Marketing costs have not increased. Curr. 

econ. Com., 14,2:11-18. 
Origin of the American Marketing Associa- 
tion. /. Mktg, 17,1:65-67. 
Reviews 

Economics of income and consumption, by 
Helen Canoyer and Roland Vaile. /. Mktg, 
id,4:481-482. 

DILLAVOU, ESSEL R., Professor 
Books 

Instructor's manual principles of business law. 
5th ed. Prentice-Hall, Inc. N.Y. 157 pp. 
With C. G. Ho'j.'ard 

Principles of business law. 5th ed. Prentice- 
Hall, Inc. N.Y. 978 pp. 



GAA, CHARLES J., Professor 
Articles 

The income taxation of business in 1952. 

Accg Rcz:, 27:273-283 (July). 
Individual income taxes under the Revenue 
Act of 1951. Curr. econ. Com., 14,1:3-25 
(Feb.). 

HANCOCK, ROBERT S., Instructor 
Articles 

Occupation and credit risk; the occupational 
credit pattern. Curr. econ. Com., 14,3:27- 
35 (Aug.). 

JONES, FRED M., Professor 
Reviews 

The transportation revolution, 1815-1860, by 
George Rogers Taylor. Ann. Amer. Acad. 
Poli. Soc. Sci., 280:178-179. 
Mathematics of retail merchandising, by Ber- 
nard P. Corbman. J. Mktg, 17:205-207. 

MAUTZ, ROBERT K., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A new technique for reporting financial 

transactions. J. Accy, 94:82-87. 
Financial reporting and business decisions. 

Curr. econ. Com., 14:28-34. 
Confirmation of accounts receivable. ///. cert, 
pub. Acct, 15:12-16. 

MOVER, CECIL A., Professor 

Articles 

Relationship of audit programs to audit stand- 
ards, principles, techniques, and procedures. 
J. Accy, 94.6-687-691. 

ROBERTS, P. C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With W. O. Morris 

The effect of a stop payment order on a 
certified check. Bkg Law J., 69,5:241-252. 

SCOVILL, HIRAM T., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

The accountant and his conscience. ///. cert, 
pub. Acct, 14,3:28-32. 

An effort to define business income. Accg 
Rev., 27,4:458-466. 

Fifty years of education for business at the 
University of Illinois. University of Illi- 
nois College of Commerce and Business Ad- 
ministration. 28 pp. (Nov.). 

TH0:MAS, WILLIAM E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Accounting and its managerial uses. Bull. 

Univ. 111. Busin. Mgmt Serv., 31 pp. 
The use of projected visual aids in the teach- 
ing of cost accounting. Accg Rev., 27,1:94- 
99. 

WALES, HUGH G., Associate Professor 

Books 

With D. Luck 

Marketing research. Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y. 
515 pp. 
With R. Ferher 

Marketing research: selected literature. Wm. 
C. Brown Co., Dubuque, la. 218 pp. 
Articles 
With H. Frcy 

The buying habits of Fayetteville consumers. 
Bull. Univ. Ark. Bur. Busin. Econ. Res. 
Ark. Econ. Stud. Nos. 52-5. 66 pp. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



WEDDING. NUGENT, Associate Professor 
Books 

Editor. Marketing research and business man- 
agement. Bull. Univ. 111. Bur. Econ. 
Busin. Res., 1 1 1 pp. 
Editor. Vertical integration in marketing. 
Bull. Univ. III. Bur. Econ. Busin. Res., 
169 pp. 
Articles 

How public relations is handled today. Ptrs' 
Ink. p. 30 (July 4). 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ANDREWS. ANDREW I., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

Research the keynote in ceramics and glass. 

Chein. Engng, p. 200 (July). 

BEALS, ROBERT J., Instructor 

Articles 

With R. L. Cook 

Low-expansion cordierite porcelains. /. Amer. 
ceram. Soc, j5,2:.S3-57. 

BENNETT, DWIGHT G., Research Professor 

Articles 

With J. A. Nelson, T. A. Will more 

Metal bonded titanium diboride. U.S. Air 
Force, Air Research and Development Com- 
mand, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 52-111. 
30 pp. (Mar.). 

With W. F. Zimmerman, W. J. Plankenhorn 
Study in bonding: metal to glass to ceram- 
ics. U.S. Air Force, Air Research and De- 
velopment Command, WADC Tech. Rep. 
No. 52-86. 25 pp. (Mar.). 

COOK, RALPH L., Professor 
Articles 

Properties and testing of clay materials. 
Brick Clay Rec, 121:68-73. 
With R. J. Beals 

Low-expansion cordierite porcelains. /. Amer. 
ceram. Soc, 35,2:53-57. 

DUNGAN, ROBERT H., Research Assistant 

Articles 

With D. F. Kane, L. R. Bickford 

Lattice constants and dielectric properties of 
barium titanate-barium stannate-strontium 
titanate bodies. /. Amer. ceram. Soc, 35, 
12:318-21. 

FRIEDBERG, ARTHUR L., Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Experiments with white enamel directly to 
steel. Finish, Chicago, 9,9:23-26. 

HURSH, RALPH K., Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Comeforo 
Wetting of Al203-Si02 refractories by molten 
glass: I, measurement of wetting. /. Amer 
ceram. Soc, i5,S :130-134; II, effect of wet- 
ting on penetration of glass into refractory. 
J. Amer. ceram. Soc, ii, 6:142-148. 

NELSON, JAMES A., Instructor 

Articles 

With D. G. Bennett, T. A. Willmore 

Metal bonded titanium diboride. U.S. Air 
Force, Air Research and Development Com- 
mand, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 52-111. 
30 pp. (Mar.). 



PLANKENHORN, WILLIAM J., Research 

Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. F. Zimmerman, D. G. Bennett 

Study in bonding: metal to glass to ceramics. 
U.S. Air Force, Air Research and Develop- 
ment Command, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 
52-86. 25 pp. (Mar.). 

STOCKDALE, GEORGE F., Research 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

With F. V. Tooley 
The effect of preparation conditions on tensile 

strength of soda-lime-silica glass rods. J. 

Amer. ceram. Soc, i5, 43:83-85. 

TOOLEY, FAY V., Professor 

Articles 

With G. F. Stockdale 

The effect of preparation conditions on tensile 

strength of soda-lime-silica glass rods. /. 

Amer. ceram. Soc, j5, 43:83-85. 

WILLMORE, TRACY A., Research Associate 

Articles 

With J. A. Nelson, D. G. Bennett 

Metal bonded titanium diboride. U.S. Air 
Force, Air Research and Development 
Command, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 52- 
111. 30 pp. (Mar.). 



CHEMISTRY 

ADAMS, ROGER, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 
With D. S. Acker 

Quinone imides. XIV. Addition of HCl to 
/j-quinonedibenzimides and related com- 
pounds. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:3029. 

Quinone imides. XVII. Addition of organic 
acids to /'-quinonedibenzimide and related 
compounds. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:3657. 

Quinone imides. XXIII. Addition reactions 
of /"-quinonedibenzimide and related com- 
pounds. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:5872. 
With T. E. Bockstahler 

Preparation and reactions of o-hydroxycinna- 
mic acids and esters. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
74:5346. 
With B. H. Br aim 

Chlorination of benzenesulfonyl derivatives of 
aromatic amines. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
3171. 

Quinone imides. XXII. Reaction of primary 
aromatic amines with 2,3,5,6-tetrachloro-/'- 
quinonedibenzenesulfonimide. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:5869 (correction, 6321). . 
With J. D. Edwards, Jr. 

Quinone imides. XI. Addition of dienes to 
/'-quinonedibenzenesulfonimide. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:2603. 

Quinone imides. XII. Addition of dienes to 
/"-quinonemonobenzenesulfonimide. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:2605. 
With E. F. Elslager, K. F. Neumann 

Quinone imides. XIII. Orientation of groups 
in adducts of HCl with quinone diimides. 
/. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2608. 
With T. R. Govindachari, J. H. Looker, 
J. D. Edwards, Jr. 

Senecio alkaloids: a-longilobine; structure of 
a-longinecic acid. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
74:700. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 13 



With F. B. Haiisennan 

Total structure of monocrotaline. XIII. Syn- 
thesis of dihydroanhydromonocrotalic acid. 
/. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:69-i. 

With R. R. Holmes 

Quinone diimides. XV. Diphenoquinonedi- 

imides. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74 -.3033. 
Quinone diimides. XVI. Diphenoquinonedi- 

imides. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 7^:3038. 

With W. Moje 

Quinone imides. IX. Addition of dienes to 

1 ,4-naphthoquinonedibenzenesulf onimide. /. 

Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2593. 
Quinone imides. XIX. Addition of active 

methylene compounds to 1,4-naphthoqui- 

nonedibenzenesulfonimide. J. Amer. chem. 

Soc, 74:5557. 
Quinone imides. XX. Additions to 1,4-naph- 

thoquinonedibenzenesulfonimide. /. Amer. 

chem. Sac, 74:5560. 
Quinone imides. XXI. Addition of HCN to 

1,4-naphthoquinonedibenzenesulf onimide. /. 

Amer. chem. Soc, 74:5562. 

With I. J. Pachter 

Structure of 2-pyridone and a-bromoacrylic 

acid adduct and its derivatives. /. Amer. 

chem. Soc, 74:4906. 
Ultraviolet spectra and structures of the 

pyrido[ l,2-a]pyrimidones. /. Amer. chem. 

Soc, ;-/:5491. 

With K. A. SchozL'alter 

Quinone imides. X. Addition of amines to 
/"-quinonedibenzenesulfonimide. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:2597. 

With P. R. Shafer, B. H. Braun . 

Structure of monocrotaline. XV. 7. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:5612 (correction, 6321). 

With J. M. Stev.-art 

Qiiinone imides. XVIII. p-quinonedipival- 

imides and their reactions. /. Amer. chem. 

Soc, 74:3660. 
Quinone imides. XXIV. o-quinoneraonoimides. 

/. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:5876. 

With B. L. VanDutiren 

Trachelanthic and viridifloric acids. J. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 77:5349. 

With B. L. VanDuuren, B. H. Brann 

Structure of monocrotaline. XIV. Synthesis 
of monocrotalic acid. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
74:5608. 

With R. S. Voris, L. N. Whitehill 

Restricted rotation about the aliphatic carbon- 
carbon bond. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:5588. 
Man's synthetic future. Science, 115,2981 : 
157-163. 

AUDRIETH, LUDWIG F., Professor 

Articles 

With R. X. Bell, O. F. Hill 

Preparation of sodium tetrametaphosphate. 
Industr. Engng Chem., 44:568-572. 

With R. K. Osterheld 

Polymerization and depolymerization phenom- 
ena in phosphatemetaphosphate systems at 
higher temperatures. Condensation reactions 
involving the potassium hydrogen ortho- 
phosphates. J. phys. Chem., 56:38-42. 

Heteropoly and isopoly acids. In Encyclopedia 
of chemical technology, 7:458-465. 

Reviews 

Structural chemistry of inorganic compounds, 
by Walter Huckel. Chem. Engng News, 
30:4192. 



BAILAR, JOHN C, JR., Professor 

Articles 

With Sister Mary Martinette, B.V.M. 

The stereochemistry of complex inorganic 
compounds. XII. The diastereoisomer of 
C3Lrhona.Xo-bis-levo propylenediamene cobaltic 
ions. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 7-/:1054-10S6. 

With M. Tamres 

The course in general chemistry. J. chem. 
Educ, 29,5:217-218. 

With H. Janassen, A. Gott 

The stereoisomerism of complex inorganic 
compounds. XIII. A partial resolution of 
racemic tartaric acid by means of different 
stabilities of isomers of complex ions. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 7'^:3131-3134. 

With C. F. Callis, N. Nielsen 

Some metal derivatives of azo and azomethine 
dyes. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 7'/:3461-4164. 

With J. R. Kuebler, Jr. 

The streoisomerism of complex inorganic com- 
pounds. XIV. Studies upon the stereo- 
chemistry of saturated tervalent nitrogen 
compounds. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:3535- 
3538. 

With A. D. Gott 

The stereochemistry of complex inorganic 
compounds. XV. A partial resolution of 
racemic mixtures of organic acids by means 
of preferential coordination. /. Amer. chem. 
Soc, 7-/:4820-4822. 

With C. F. Callis 

The structures and properties of some metal 
derivatives of azo and azomethine dyes. 
/. Amer. chem. Soc, 7'?:6018-6021. 

Reviews 

jMellor's modern inorganic chemistry, revised 
by G. D. Parkes. J. chem. Educ, 29,2:104. 

BARTOW, VIRGINIA, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Thomas Jefferson, scientist, by E. T. Martin. 
Chem. Engng News, 30:2244. 

BUSWELL, A. M., Research Professor 

Articles 

With J. F.- Pagano 

Reduction and oxidation of nitrogen com- 
pounds in polluted streams. Sewage Industr. 
Wastes, 24:897-903. 
With H. F. Mueller 

Mechanism of methane fermentation. Industr. 
Engng Chem., 44:550-552. 

CARTER, H. E., Professor 
Articles 

Chapter on fats, phosphatides, and cerebro- 
sides in Organic chemistry and advanced 
treatise, ed. Gilman. Vol. 3. John Wiley 
& Sons, Inc., N. Y. 
With P. K. Bhattacharyya, Katharine R. 
Weidman, G. Fraenkel 
The identity of vitamin Bt with carnitine. 

Arch. Biochem. Biophys., i5 :241-242. 
Chemical studies on vitamin Bt. Isolation and 
characterization as carnitine. Arch. Bio- 
chem. Biophys., .?5:405-416. 
With W. D. Cclmer 

Biochemistry of the phosphatides and cerebro- 
sides. Physiol. Rev., J2: 167-196. 
With W. R. Hearn, E. M. Lansford, Jr. A. C. 
Page, Jr., N. P. Salzman, D. Shapiro, 
W. R. Taylor 
Structure of the diaminohexanoic acid from 
streptothricin. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
3704. 



14 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



CARTER, H. E. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
H'ilh F. L. Creen-vood 

Biochemistry of the sphingolipides. 

Structure of the cerebrosides. /. 

Chcm., 199 ■.2S3-2SS. 



VII. 

biol. 



CLARK, GEORGE L., Professor 
Articles 

X-rays (developments in 1952). Americana 
Annual, 1952, p. 780. 
IVith R. S. S Prague 

Analysis of hifilily hvdrated dolomitic limes. 
Analyt. Cliem., 24:688-701. 
IVitlt J. O. Gardner, L. Sattler, F. W. Zerban 
X-ray diffraction analysis of osazone of D- 
allulose obtained from D-fructose solution. 
Sugar, N. V., 47,5:40. 
IVith L. Sattler, F. W. Zerban, C. C. Chti, 
N. Alban, D. Gross, H. C. S. de Whalley 
Preparation and properties of fructose and 
glucose anhydrides. Industr. Engng Chem., 
■/•/:] 127-1 135. 
IVith E. O. Herreid. B. Riiskin, T. B. Parks 
Ascorbic acid and riboflavin destruction and 
flavor development in milk exposed to the 
sun in amber, clear, paper and ruby 
bottles. /. Dairy Sci., 35,9:772-77S. 

COREY, ELIAS J., Instructor 
Articles 

The mechanism of the decarboxylation of a, 
P- and ^,7-unsaturated malonic acid deriva- 
tives and the course of decarboxylative 
condensation reactions in pyridine. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:5897. 
With J. C. Sheehan 

The condensation products of oxalyl chloride 
with monosubstituted amides: structure 
and reactions. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
360. 
Syntheses and reactions of acyclic N,N-di- 
acylamides. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:4555. 

CURTIN, DAVID Y., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. E. Harris, Estelle Meislich 

Stereochemistry of the reactions of benzoine 
and related compounds with the Gringnard 
reagent. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2901. 
With S. M. Gerber 

Reaction of aliphatic diazo compounds with 
acids. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:4052. 
With M. J. Iluru'itc 

Free radical rearrangements in the decar- 
bonylation of aldehydes. /. Amer. chem. 
Soc, 74:5381. 
With Estelle Meislich 

Stereospecificity in rearrangements. IV. ery- 
thro- and //rrco-l,^-chlorophenyl-l,2-diphenyl- 
2-bromoethanol. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
5905. 
Rearrangement of 2-bromo-l-methoxy-l,l,2-tri- 
phenylethane and l-/'-anisyl-2-bromo-l-me- 
thoxy-l,2-diphcnyiethane. /. Amer. chem. 
Soc, 74:5518. 

DRICKAMER, H. G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. H. Tung 

Diffusion through an interface-binary system. 

/. chem. Phys., 20:6. 
Diffusion through an interface-ternary system. 
/. chem. Phys., 20:10. 
With R. E. Eckert 

Diffusion in indium near its melting point. /. 
chem. Phys., 20:13. 



Diffusion of indium into gallium near the 
melting point. J. chem. Phys., 20:392. 
With A. J. Reinsch 

The effect of pressure on scintillation phos- 
phors. J. appl. Phys., 23:152. 
With A. L. Babb 

Prediction of thermodynamic properties of 
non-ideal solutions from light scattering 
measurements. J. chem. Phys., 20:290. 
With K. D. Timmerhaus 

Diffusion in the system C"02-C02 to 1000 
atmospheres pressure. /. chem. Phys., 20: 
981. 

ENGLIS, DUANE T., Professor 

Articles 

With L. A. IVollcrman 

Spectrophotometric of dichromate-chromic salt 
mixtures. Analyt. Chem., 24:1983-1986. 

FUSON, REYNOLD C, Professor 
Articles 

With F. E. Mumford 

The addition of Grignard reagents to benzo- 
fulvenes. /. org. Chem., J7:2S5-261. 
With T. G. Miller 

The von Auwers rearrangement in the naph- 
thalene series. /. org. Chem., i7:3 16-320. 
With G. P. Sperama 

Carbocycles containing /"-phenylene units. I. 
Acyloins. /. Amer. chcm. Soc, 74:1621- 
1623. 
With V. Tullio 

Displacement of methoxyl groups in the beta- 
mesitoylnaphthalene series with Grignard 
reagents. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:1624- 
1625. 
With W. C. Hammann 

Ring closures involving highly hindered ke- 
tone groups. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
1626-1628. 
With R. G. Bamtister 

fce^o-duroylphenylpropionic acids. 7. Amer. 

chem. Soc, 74:1629-1631. 
The conjugate addition of hydrogen cyanide to 
fceia-mesityl ketones. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
74:1631-1632. 
With R. Gaertner, Y . F. Shealy, 
R. J. Hellmann 
The reaction of benzylmagnesium chloride 
with mesityl l-methyl-2-naphthyl ketone. /. 
org. chem. i7:881-885. 
With T. G. Miller 

The synthesis of 4-cyano-4-methyl-l-keto-l,4- 
dihydronaphthalene. /. org. Chem., J7:886- 
890. 

GUTOWSKY, H. S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. R. McGarvey 

Nuclear magnetic resonance in metals. I. 
Broadening of absorption lines by spin-lat- 
tice inter-actions. /. chem. Phys., 20:1472- 
1477. 

With D. W. McCall, B. R. McGarvey, 
L. H. Meyer 
Electron distribution in molecules. I. F^^ 
nuclear magnetic shielding and substituent 
effects in some benzene derivatives. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 74:4809-4817. 

With N. J. Leonard, W. J. Middleton, 
Elizabeth M. Petersen 
The infrared absorption spectra of cyclic beta- 
ketoesters. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:4070- 
4073. 

With A. D. Liehr 

The infrared spectra of PF3, POF3, and PFs. 
/. chem. Phys., 20:1652-1653. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 15 



IVitli I. M. Hiinsberger, R. Ketcliam 

The determination of double-bond character in 
cyclic systems. II. The 9,10-bond of 
phenanthrene. /. Amer. chcm. Soc, 74: 
4S39-4845. 

HENDERSON, L. M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

l^ith R. IF. Schayer 

The conversion of deutero-N^''-tryptophan . to 

quinolinic acid by the rat. /. biol. Chein., 

795:657-661. 

JOHNSON, RALPH A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Motion picture demonstrations in analytical 
chemistry. /. ch^m. Educ, 29:522-523. 
IVith D. R. Frcdrickson 

Titration of quadrivalent tellurium with thio- 
sulfate. Auaiyt. Chem., 24:866-867. 

JOHNSTONE, H. F., Professor 
Articles 

Recoverv of sulfur dioxide from dilute gases. 

Pulp 'Pap. (Mag.). Can., 55,4:105-112. 
New engineering developments in the control 
of air pollution. Chem. Can., 4:25-30 (Oct.). 
With T. Baron, IV. R. Manning 

Reaction kinetics in a tubular reactor. Chcm. 
Engng Progr., 48:125. 
With R. D. Toomey 

Gaseous fluidization of solid particles. Chem. 
Engng Progr., 48:125. 
With C. V. Chen, D. S. Scott 

Kinetics of the steam-carbon reaction in 
porous graphite tubes. Industr. Engng 
Chem., 44 :156A. 
With W. M. Campbell 

Reactions of hydrogen and carbon monoxide 
in a tubular reactor with iron-copper cata- 
lyst. Industr. Engng Chem., 44:1570. 
With W. R. Rans 

Some aspects of the physical behavior of at- 
mospheric aerosols. Proc. 2d nat. Air Pol- 
lutioti Symp., May 5-6, Pasadena, pp. 35-41 
(Sept.). 
Reviews 

Modern chemical processes, Vol. 2. Chem. 
Engng News, 50:3468. 

LAITINEN, H. A., Professor 
Articles 

Amperometric titrations. Analyt. Chem., 24: 
46-49. 
With P. Kivalo 

Fluorometric determination of traces of beryl- 
lium. Analyt. Chem., 24:1467-1471. 

LEONARD, NELSON J., Professor 
Articles 

With J. Figueras, Jr. 

Rearrangement of a-thiaketones during Clem- 
mensen reduction. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
917-920. 
With D. L. Felley, E. D. Nicolaides 

Reductive cyclization. A route to 6-methyl-l- 
azabicyclo[ 5.3.0] decane from methyl sor- 
bale. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:1700-1703. 
With R. C. Sentz 

Rearrangement of a-amino-ketones during 
Clemmensen reduction. VIII. The fate of 
an eight-membered ring. /. Amer. chem. 
Soc, 74:1704-1709. 
With R. L. Foster 

Reactions of quinolinium compounds with 
malononitrile and ethyl cyanoacetate. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2110-2111. 



With S. Szuann, Jr., H. L. Dryden, Jr. 

The electrolytic reduction of a-aminoketones. 
/. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2871-2875. 
With R. L. Foster 

Reactions of quinolinium compounds with 
phenylacetonitrile and its homologs. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 74:3671-3676. 
With H. S. Gutoivsky, W. J. Middleton, 
Elicabeth M. Petersen 
The infrared absorption spectra of cyclic /?- 
ketoesters. /. Amer. chcm. Soc, 74:4070- 
4073. 
M'ith S. S'vann, Jr., J. Figueras, Jr. 

The electrolytic reduction of bicyclic a-amino- 
ketones. A new method for the synthesis 
of medium rings containing nitrogen. J. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 74:4620-4624. 
With W. J. Middleton 

Reductive cyclization. A method for the syn- 
thesis of tricyclic compounds possessing a 
bridgehead nitrogen. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
7-^:5114-5118. 
Octahydropyrrocoline: resolution and configu- 
ration. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:5576. 
With S. Stuann, Jr., E. H. Mottus 

The electrolytic reduction of bicyclic a-amino- 
ketones. A method for the synthesis of 
medium rings containing nitrogen. II. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 7-^:6251-6253. 
With J. W. Curry 

The conversion of /'-quinonemonoxime to p- 
azoxyphenol. /. org. Chem., i7:1071-1076. 
With A. B. Simon 

The synthesis of -hydroxy- -nitrocarbonyl com- 
pounds. /. org. Chem., J7: 1262-1268. 
Reviews 

Progress in organic chemistry, Vol. 1, by 
T. W. Cook, ed. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
5555-5556. 

MALMSTADT, HOWARD V., Instructor 
Articles 

With W. J. Blaedel 

Direct-reading and differential frequency 
meter for high frequency titrations. Analyt. 
Chem., 2-^:450-454. 
With W. J. Blaedel 

Selecting the end point in high frequency 
titrations. Analyt. Chem., 2'/:45S-459. 
With W. J. Blaedel, D. L. Petitjean, 
W. K. Anderson 
Theory of chemical analysis by high frequency 
methods. Analyt. Chem., 24:1240-1244. 

MARVEL, CARL S., Professor 

Articles 

With H. N. Cripps 

Polyalkylene sulfides. X. The reaction of 
hexamethylenedithiol with 1,3-butadiene. /. 
Polym. Sci., 5:313-320. 
Polyalkylene sulfides containing silicon. XI. 
/. Polym. Sci., 9:53-60. 
With J. A. Fuller 

The synthesis and polymerization of some 2- 
methyl- 3 -alkyl - 1,3-butadienes. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:1506. 
With J. C. Wright 

Some copolymers of dimethyl l-propene-2- 
phosphonate and of 1-phenylvinylphosphonic 
acid. /. Polym-. Sci., 5:255-256. 
With J. C. Wright 
Vinyl-type polymers containing phosphorus. /. 
Polym. Sci., 5:495-502. 
With T. R. Fukuto, J. W. Berry, W. K. Taft, 
B. G. Labbe 
Some new butadiene copolymers. /. Polym. 
Sci., 5:599-605. 



16 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MILLER, L. E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

ll'ith J. K. li'illard, E. Leon 

The synthesis of some tetralin analogs of 
DDT. Froc. N. Dak. Acad. Sci., d:20-2S. 

MOELLER, THERALD, Associate Professor 
Books 

Inorganic chemistry. An advanced textbook. 
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. Y. 966 pp. 
Articles 
" IVith G. L. Kitifj 

Ion aggregation in gallium (III) chloride 
solutions containing added alkali. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 7^:1355-1356. 
With G. H. Quinty 

Volvmietric determination of hypophosphate 

ion. Analyt. Chem., 2-/:1354-1355. 
Preparation of radiohypopliosphate ion. J. 

Amer. chem. Soc, 74:6122-6123. 
Radiometric determination of the solubilities 
of thorium and certain rare earth metal 
hvpophosi)hates. /. Amer. chem. .Soc, 74: 
6123. 

NYSTROM, ROBERT FORREST, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With F. E. Yankwich, E. C. Stivers 

Intramolecular isotope effects in the decarbo.xy- 

lation of malonic acid. J. chem. Phys., 20: 

344. 
With Y. H. Loo, J. C. Leak 

Synthesis of fumaric acid-2-C" and maleic 

anhydride-2-C". /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 

3434-3435. 

PETERS, MAX S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With .\L R. Cannon 

Variables in packed column distillation at sub- 
atmospheric pressures. Industr. Engng 
Chem., 44:US2. 

RAY, H. ROGER, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. E. Bartell 

Wetting characteristics of cellulose derivatives. 
I. Contact angles formed by water and by 
organic liquids. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
778-783. 

With D. Cook, E. Davisson, L. Feldstein, 
L. Calvin, D. Green 
The effects of cholesterol dosage, cortisone, 
and DCA on total serum cholesterol, lipo- 
proteins, and atherosclerosis in the rabbit. 
/. cxp. Med., 'J6:27-3A. 

With D. Davisson, H. Crespi 

On the stability of serum lipoproteins and 
evidence of a stabilizing factor. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 7^^:5807-5808. 

RODEI5USH, W. H., Professor 
Articles 

Spontaneous nucleation in supersaturated 
water vapor. Industr. Engng Chem., 44: 
1289-1291. 
Composition of water substance. Bull. III. 
Wat. Surv., 41:163-173. 

ROSE, WILLIAM C, Professor 
Articles 

Half-century of amino acid investigations. 
Chem. Engng Nezus, J0:2385-2388. 
With R. E. Koeppe, H. J. Sallach 

The threonine requirement for growth. /. biol. 
Chem., 194:3X7-320. 



With W. W. Burr, Jr., H. J. Sallach 

Growth on diets devoid of glycerine, serine, 
and cystine, and low in choline. /. biol. 
Chem.. 194:321-328. 
With M. Jane Oesterling 

Tryptophan requirement for growth and utili- 
zation of its optical isomers. /. biol. Chem., 
79(5:33-43. 

SMITH, G. FREDERICK, Professor 

Books 

IVith H. Diehl 

Quantitative analysis. Elementary principles 
and practice. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 
N. Y. vii + 539 pp. 

Articles 

With W. H. McCtirdy, Jr. 

2,9 dimethyl- 1,10-phenanthroline, a new spe- 
cific in the spectrophotometric determination 
of copper. Analyt. Chem., 24:371. 
With D. N. Bernhart, V. R. Wiederkehr 

Deciccator data. Analyt. chini. acta, 6:42. 
With W. H. McCurdy, Jr., H. Diehl 

The colorimetric determination of iron in raw 
and treated municipal water supplies by use 
of 4,7-diphenyl-l,10-phenanthroline. Anulvst, 
77:418. 
With C. E. Lamplough 

Refractive index of aqueous perchloric acid in 
the concentration range of 50-70 percent. 
Chem. Anal., 41:7. 
With W. H. McCtirdy, Jr. 

1-10-phenanthroline and mono-, di-, tri-, and 
tetra-, methyl- 1,10-phenanthrolines as che- 
lated copper complex cations. Analyst, 77: 
846. 

SNYDER, HAROLD R., Professor 

Articles 

With E. F. Rogers, R. F. Fischer 

Plant insecticides. II. The alkaloids of Hap- 
lophyton Cimicidum. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 
7-)': 1987-1989. 
With R. E. Heckert 

A method for the rapid cleavage of sulfona- 
mides. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 7^:2006-2009. 
With C. B. Thompson, R. L. Hinman 

The synthesis of an indazole analog of trypto- 
phan. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:2009-2012. 
With F. Vcrbanac, D. B. Bright 

The structure of the self-condensation product 
of l-phenyl-2-i)yrazoline. J. Amer. chem. 
Soc, 74:3243-3246. 
With H. C. Geller 

Cleavage of sulfonamides with aqueous hydro- 
bromic acid and phenol. II. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 7'?:4864-4866. 
With M. M. Robison 

Structure and reactions of rr(alonyl-a-aminopy- 
ridine. I. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:4910- 
4916. 
With S. Sivaminathan, H. J. Sims 

A new synthesis of indole-3-aldehydes. The 
reactions of hexamethylenetetramine with 
some Mannich bases. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
'74:i\\0-i\\3. 
With D. F. Hallada 

a, /^-unsaturated sulfonyl compounds in the 
Diels-Alder reaction. II. /. Amer. chem. 
Soc, 74:5595-5597. 
With R. W. Roeske 

Polyphosphoric acid as a dehydrating agent. 
III. Identification of the hydrocarbons 
from mesitylene and aliphatic acids. /. 
Amer. chem. Soc, 74:5820-5822. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 17 



Ifith M. M. Robison 

Malonyl-a-aminopyridine. II. Hydrolysis of 
its diazonium coupling products and related 
compounds. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74 :S945- 
5949. 

SWAXN, SHERLOCK, JR., Research Pro- 
fessor 
Articles 

Electro-organic chemical preparations. IV. /. 
elcctrochem. Soc, 99:219-226. 
IVith C. y. Chen, H. D. Kerfman 

Electrolytic reduction of organic compounds at 
carbon cathodes. /. electrochem. Soc, 99: 
460-466. 
IVith K. J. Leonard, H. L. Dryden, Jr. 

The electrolytic reduction of a-aminoketones. 
/. Amer. chem. Soc, /•/:287 1-2875. 
With N. J. Leonard, J. Figucras, Jr. 

The electrolytic reduction of bicyclic a-amino- 
ketones. A new method for the synthesis 
of medium rings containing nitrogen. J. 
Amer. chem. Soc, /•/:4620-4624. 
With K. J. Leonard, E. H. Mottiis 

The electrolytic reduction of bicyclic a-amino- 
ketones. A method for the synthesis of 
medium rings containing nitrogen. II. /. 
.•inter, chem. Soc, T4:62Sl-(>2Si. 

TAMRES, MILTON, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Aromatic compounds as donor molecules in 
hydrogen bonding. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
74:3375-3378. 
With J. C. Bailor, Jr. 

The course in general chemistry. /. chem. 
Educ, 29:217-219. 

TAYLOR, E. C, JR., Instructor 
Articles 

Pteridines. VIII. The synthesis of 2,4-bis- 
(alkylamino)-6,7-diphenylpteridines. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 7^:1648-1650. 
Pteridines. IX. Hydrolytic ring cleavage of 
3-benzyl-6,7-diphenyl-4(3W)-pteridinone. /. 
Amer. cliem. Soc, 74:2380-2381. 
Studies on the aminolysis of heterocyclic 
amides. I. The aminolysis of 6-7-diphenyl- 
lumazine. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:16il- 
1655. 
With P. Drenchko 

A new synthesis of 4,6-diamino-2,5-dichloro- 
pyrimidine. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 7-4:1101. 
With C. K. Cain 

Pteridines. VII. The synthesis of 2-alkyl- 
aminopteridines. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74: 
1644-1647. 
With A. E. Martin 

A new synthesis of phenanthridine. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:6295. 

VESTLIXG, CARL S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. J. Frajola 

Spectrophotometric determination of cyto- 
chrome oxidase activity. Fed. Proc, 11: 
214-215. 
With G. F. Lata 

Extraction and determination of cholesterol in 
adrenal tissue. Analyt. Chem., 24:208-209. 

WALL. FREDERICK T., Professor 

Articles 

With T. J. Swoboda 

Electrolytic interaction of nylon with aqueous 

solutions of sodium hydroxide. /. phys. 

Chem., 5(5:50-56. 



With C. J. Delbccq, R. E. Florin 

Studies in continuous polymerization. /. 
Polym. Sci., 9:177-192. 
With D. D. Kimpton 

Determination of diffusion coefficients from 
rates of evaporation. /. phys. Chem., 56: 
715-717. 
With P. F. Griegcr, C. W. Childers 

A rapid method for measuring diffusion co- 
efficients for solutions. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
74:3562-3567. 
With D. D. Coffman, P. S. Pinkney, 
W. H. Wood, H. S. Young 
Compositional relationships in the copoly- 
merization of ethylene with carbon monoxide. 
/. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:3391-3393. 
Witli P. F. Grieger 

Theory of ion exchange for polyelectrolytes 
undergoing electrolytic transference. /. 
chem. Phys., 2(?: 1200-1206. 
With P. F. Grieger, J. R. Hiiisenga, 
R. H. Dorenius 
Electrolytic properties of aqueous solutions 
of polyacrylic acid and sodium hydroxide. 
III. The rate of sodium ion exchange be- 
tween polyacrylate and free sodium ions. 
/. chem. Phys., 20:1206-1211. 

WESTWATER, J. W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Witli J. Frciling, R. E. Eckert 

Thermal conductivity of anisotropic materials. 
Industr. Engng Chem., 44:906-910. 

YANKWICH, PETER E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. C. Stivers, R. F. Nystrom 

Intramolecular isotope effects in the decar- 
boxylation of malonic acid. /. chem. Phys., 
20:344. 

With J. E. McNamara 

Isotope effects in the exchange reaction be- 
tween uncomplexed carbonate-bicarbonate 
ions and carbonato-bis-ethylenediamine-cobalt 
(III) ion. /. chem. Phys., 20:1325. 



CITY PLANNING AND LANDSCAPE 
ARCHITECTURE 

LOHMAXN, KARL B., Professor 

Articles 

38 articles under "Planning Notes," in Illi- 
nois Parks Mag., Illinois Association of 
Park Districts. 



CIVIL ENGINEERING 

APPLETON, JOSEPH H., Research Associate 
Articles 

With I. M. Viest. C. P. Siess, N. M. Newmark 
Full-scale tests of channel shear connectors 

and composite T-beams. Bull. 111. Engng 

Sta., 405. 155 pp. 

AUSTIN, WALTER J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With N. M. Netumark 

A numerical method for the solution of plate 
buckling problems. Proc. 1st fiat. Cong, 
appl. Mech., pp. 363-371. 

BABBITT, HAROLD E., Professor 
Books 

Engineering in public health. McGraw-Hill 
Book Co., N.Y. 582 pp. 



18 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BABBITT, HAROLD E. (continued) 
Articles 

The drying of sewage sludge under pressure. 
L'niv. 111. civ. Eiifptg Stud, sanitary Engng 
Ser., 4. 6 pp. (June 1). 

BAUMANN, E. ROBERT, Research Associate 
Articles 

A graphical method for determining slopes of 
curves. Wat. & Sewage Wks, 99:93-94 
(Mar.). 
With M. Lee, H. E. Babbitt 

Gradually varied flow in uniforip channels on 
mild slopes. Bull. 111. Engng E.vp. Sla., 
404. 

CHOW, VEN T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Hydrologic studies of urban watersheds, rain- 
fall and runoff of Boneyard Creek water- 
shed, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Univ. 
111. civ. Engng Stud., hydraul. Engng Ser., 
2. 66 pp. (Nov. 1). 

Design charts for finding rainfall intensity 
frequency. Wat. Sewage Wks, 99,2:86-88; 
Concr. Pipe News, -^,6:8-10. 

Discussion of a general formula for hydro- 
logic frequency analysis. Trans. Amer. 
geopbys. Union, Ji,2:278-282. 

On the determination of transmissibility and 
storage coefficients from pumping test data. 
Trans. Amer. geophvs. Union, jj,3:397- 
404; Circ. III. Wat. Surv., 37. 
With J. J. Doland 

Discussion of river channel roughness, by 
Plans A. Einstein and Nicholas L. Barba- 
rossa. Proc. Amer. Soc. civ. Engrs, 78 
(Separate D-78) :2-7. 

CLARK, JAMES G., Professor 
Books 

Welded highway bridge design. James F. 
Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation, Cleve- 
land. 240 pp. 

DANNER, ELLIS, Professor 

Articles 

Highways unlimited. Constr. Dig.. 25,15:30- 
31,88. 

Better highways. Constr. Dig., 25,22:28,56. 

DOLAND, JAMES J., Professor 

Articles 

Ifilh r. T. Chow 

Discussion of river channel roughness, by 
Hans A. Einstein and Nicholas L. Barba- 
rossa. Proc. Amer. Soc. civ. Engrs. 78 
(Separate D-78) :2-7. 

GOODMAN, LAWRENCE E., Research Asso- 
ciate Professor 

Articles 

Live load stress measurements. Proc. Hiahw 
Res. Bd., Wash., 31:59-60. ' 

Reviews 

Elastic behavior of commutator linings, by E 
Pawelka. Appl. Mech. Rev., 5:391. 

HALL, WILLIAM J., Research Associate 

Articles 

With G. K. Sinnamon 
A mechanism for controlling large-scale fa- 
tigue testing machines. Proc. Soc. exp. 
Stress Anal.. iO,l :203-208. 



MUNSE, WILLIAM H., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. M. Wilsan, M. A. Cayci 

A study of the practical efficiency under static 
loading of riveted joints connecting plates. 
Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 402. 75 pp. 
(July). 
With T. R. Higgins 

How much combined stress can a rivet take? 
Engng News Rec, 149,23:40-42. 

NEWMARK, NATHAN M., Research Pro- 
fessor 

Articles 

Analysis and design of structures subjected 
to dynamic loading. Proc. Conf. Bldg atom. 
Age, M. I. T., pp. 34-47. 
Computation of dynamic structural response 
in the range approaching failure. Proc. 
Symp. earthquake blast Effects Structures, 
U.C.L.A., pp. 114-129. 
Bounds and convergence of relaxation and 
iteration procedures. Proc. 1st nat. Cong, 
appl. Mech., pp. 9-14. 
The institute's research program — Part III 
(riveted and bolted structural joints). Proc. 
Amer. Inst, steel Constr. nat. Engng Conf., 
pp. 24-32. 
With C. P. Siess, I. M. Viest 

Studies of slab and beam highway bridges: 
Part III — small-scale tests of shear con- 
nectors and composite T-beams. Bull. III. 
Engng Exp. Sta., 396. 135 pp. 
With I. M. Viest. C. P. Siess, J. H. Appleton 
Studies of slab and beam highway bridges: 
Part IV — full-scale tests of channel shear 
connectors and composite T-beams. Bull. III. 
Engng Exp. Sta., 405. 155 pp. 
With W. C. Hoeltje 

Brittle strength and transition temperature of 
structural steel. Weld. Res. Suppl., 17: 
515s-521s. 
With A. S. Veletsos 

A simple approximation for the natural 
frequencies of partly restrained bars. /. 
appl. Mech., J9:563. 
With E. DAppolonia 

A method for the solution of the restrained 
cylinder under compression. Proc. 1st nat. 
Cong. appl. Mech., pp. 217-226. 
With W. J. Austin 

A numerical method for the solution of plate 
buckling problems. Proc. 1st nat. Cong. 
appl. Mech., pp. 363-371. 

PECK, RALPH B., Research Professor 
Articles 

The bearing capacity of clays. Proc. Amer. 
Rwy. Engng Assn, 5J: 1057-1061. 

SIESS, CHESTER P., Research Associate Pro- 
fessor 

Articles 

Review of research on ultimate strength of re- 
inforced concrete members. Proc. Amer. 
Concr. Inst., 48:833-862. 

With I. M. Viest, N. M. Newmark . 

Studies of slab and beam highway bridges: 
Part III — small-scale tests of shear con- 
nectors and composite T-beams. Bull. III. 
Engng Exp. Sta., 396. 135 pp. 

With I. M. Viest. J. H. Appleton, 
N. M. Neivmark 
Studies of slab and beam highway bridges : 
Part IV — full-scale tests of channel shear 
connectors and composite T-beams. Bull. 
III. Engng Exp. Sta., 405. 155 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 19 



THORNBURN, THOMAS H., Research Asso- 
ciate Professor 

Articles 

Preparation of county engineering soil maps 
for Illinois. Sy»i['. surf, subsurf. Reconn., 
Amer. Soc. Test. Mat., sp. tech. Publ., 122 : 
40-45. 

VELETSOS, ANESTIS S., Research Associate 

Articles 

With N. M. Ne-Mmark 
A simple approximation for the natural fre- 
quencies of partly restrained bars. /. appl. 
Mech., 19:563. 

CLASSICS 

HELLER, JOHN L., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Reviews 
A glossary of later Latin to 600 A.D., com- 
piled by Alexander Souter. Class. PhiloL, 
47:190-194. 
Studien uber 0iXo/\o-) 05, ^iXoXo-; Ta und (fiiKoXoyeu', 
by Gabriel R. F. M. Nuchelmans. Class. 
PhiloL, 47:194-195. 

LAZEXBY, FRANCIS D., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Gods, graves, and scholars, by C. W. Ceram, 

translated by E. B. Garside. Class. J., 47: 

243-244. 

Niobe: Neue Studien uber antike Religion 

und Humanitat, by Karl Kerenyi. Class. 

_ Wkly, 45:104. 

Etude sur les termes de couleur dans la 
langue latine, by J. Andre. Class. Wkly, 
45:\1\-\12. 

OLIVER, REVILO P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The first Medicean MS. of Tacitus and the 
titulature of ancient books. Trans. Amer. 
Philol. Assn., 82:232-261. 
Reviews 

Elemente der Hterarischen Rhetorik, von 
Heinrich Lausberg. Class. PhiloL, 47:243. 
Marziale, di Luigi Pepe. Class. Wkly, 46: 
42-44. 

PERRY, BEN E., Professor 

Bool^s 

Aesopica. A series of texts relating to Aesop 
or ascribed to him or closely connected with 
the literary tradition that bears his name. 
Vol. 1. Greek and Latin Texts. University 
of Illinois Press, Urbana. xxiii -f 765 pp. 

TURYN, ALEXANDER, Professor 
Books 

Pindari Carmina cum Fragmentis. Basil 

Blackwell, Oxford, xvi + 403 pp. 
The manuscript tradition of the tragedies of 
Sophocles. University of Illinois Press, 
Urbana, Stud. Lang. Lit., 36, 1-2, xi + 217 
pp. 



COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH, 
INSTITUTE OF 

BACHELDER, JOSEPH E., Research Associ- 
ate Professor and Associate Professor of 
Sociology 

Articles 

Public opinion polls and the 1952 elections. 
///. Busin. Rev., 9:8-9 (Dec). 



Reviews 

Big business as the peoi)le see it, by Burton 
R. Fisher and Stephen B. Withey. Amer. 
Sociol. Rev., 17:641. 

SMYTHE, DALLAS W., Research Professor 
and Professor of Economics 

Books 

New York television, January 4-10, 1951, 
1952. National Assoc, of Educational 
Broadcasters, Urbana. 

Articles 

Inventory no. 2 of educational radio station 
programming; analysis of 1950 programs 
with comparisons, 1949-1950. Nat. Assn 
ediic. Broadcast. 34 pp. Mimeo. 

Civilian TV research, 1952 model. Proc. 
Trng. & Trng. Dev. Conf., Res. and De- 
velop. Bd., Sands Point, Long Island. 
(Dec). 

What TV programming is like. Quart. Film, 
Rad. Televis., 7:25-31. 

A mid century view of competition in the 
broadcasting business. Ctcrr. econ. Camm., 
p. 31-46 (May). 

Facing facts about the broadcasting business. 
Univ. of Chicago Law Rev., 20,1:96-106. 

Reviews 

Childhood and society, by Erik H. Erickson. 

Nat. Assn educ. Broadcast. Nezvs Let. 

(Jan.). 
The authoritarian personality, by T. W. 

Adorno et al. Nat. Assn educ. Broadcast. 

News Let. (Apr.). 
White collar, by C. Wright Tilills. Nat. Assn 

educ. Broadcast. Nezvs Let. (Aug.). 

SWANSON, CHARLES E., Research Pro- 
fessor 
Articles 

Report on journalism research in progress. 

Journ. Quart., 29:74-77. 
Report on masters' theses in journalism, 1950- 
51. Journ. Quart., 29:78-84. 

Reviews 

The community press in an urban setting, by 

Morris Janowitz. Journ. Quart., 29:336-337. 
Communication of technical information, by 

Robert M. Dederich. Cereal Chem., 29:318. 



DAIRY SCIENCE 

ALEXANDER, MELANCTHON H., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. O. Nelson, E. E. Ormiston 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. I. Effect of different 
types of installation on milk quality. /. 
Dairy Sci., i5:874-880. 

CRAINE, ELLIOTT M., Instructor 

Articles 

With R. G. Hansen 

The short-chain fatty acids of the peripheral 
blood of goats. /. Dairy Sci., i5:63 1-636. 
With W. J. Rutter, R. G. Hansen 

A nephelometric method for the determination 
of glycogen. /. biol. Chem., 195:127-132. 

HANSEN, ROGER G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. M. Craine 

The short-chain fatty acids of the peripheral 
blood of goats. /. Dairy Sci., i5:631-636. 



20 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



HANSEN, ROGER G. (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

IVith (C. /. Rutter, E. M. Craine 

A nepiielometric method for the determination 
of glycogen. /. biol. Chem., i95: 127-132. 
With \V. J. Rutter 

Fatty acid metabolism of rat diaphragm. J. 
biol. Chetn., i95: 121-126. 
With A. VanTienhoven, G. W. Salisbury, 
N. L. I 'anDenmark 
The preferential utilization by bull sperma- 
toza of glucose as compared to fructose. /. 
Dairy Sci., 55:637-641. 

HAYS, RAY L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With N. L. V'anDemark 
Uterine motility responses to mating. Amer. 
J. Physiol., 170:5l&-521. 

KEXI).\LL, KENTON A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Tauchberry 

The digestion of protein in vitro as influenced 

by extracts from soybean forage. /. Anirn. 

Soc, ii :422-429. 

LARSON, BRUCE L., Instructor 
Articles 

With R. Jeniiess, W. F. Geddes 

The effect of various milk serum proteins 
and sulfhvdryl groups on bread quality. 
Cereal Chem., 29:440-447. 

The effect of marious milk serum proteins and 
sulfhvdryl groups on bread quality. Pre- 
sented at annual meeting of the American 
Dairy Science Association, 1952. /. Dairy 
Sci., J5 :482. 

NELSON, WILLARD O., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Some characteristics of the lipase of Geotri- 
chum candidum. J. Dairy Sci., 55:455-462. 
With M. Purko, W. A. Wood 

The liberation of water insoluble acids in 
cream by Gcotrichum candidum. J. Dairy 
Sci., 55:298-305. 
With M. H. Alexander, E. E. Ormijton 

Studies on tlie use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. I. Effect of different 
types of installation of milk quality. /. 
Dairy Sci., 55:874-880. 
With H. F. Mueller, W. A. Wood 

The effect of copper upon the activity of 
bacteria associated with Swiss cheese manu- 
facture. J. Dairy Sci., 55:801-810. 

ORMISTON, EMMETT E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. H. Alexander, W. O. Nelson 

Studies on tlie use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. I. Effect of different 
types of installation on milk quality. /. 
Dairy Sci., 55:874-880. 

SALISBURY, GLENN W., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

Reference journals used by dairy scientists. 
/. Dairy Sci., 55:566-569. 
With S. D. Musgrave 

The rclationsliip of milk energy and total 
protein to percent fat in lirown Swiss herd 
milk. /. Dairy Sci., 55:174-178. 
With N. L. I'anDemark, L. E. Boley 

Pregnancy interruption and breeding tech- 
ni(iues in the artificial insemination of 
cows. /. Dairy Sci., 55:219-223. 



With R. W. Bratton, R. H. Foote 

Tlie bull as one cause of delayed returns to 

service in artificial breeding. /. Dairy Sci., 

55:250-255. 
The effect of time and other factors on the 

non-return to service estimate of fertility 

level in artificial insemination of cattle. 

/. Dairy Sci., 55:256-260. 
With F. P. Shannon, N. L. VanDemark 

The fertility of cows inseminated at various 

intervals after calving. /. Anim. Sci., 11: 

355-360. 

TOUCHBERRY, R. W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With K. A. Kendall 

The digestion of protein in vitro as influenced 
by extracts from soybean forage. /. Anim. 
Sci., ii:422-429. 

VAN DEMARK, NOLAND L., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Time and site of insemination in cattle. 
Cornell Vet., 42:215-222. 
With G. W. Salisbury, L. E. Boley 

Pregnancy interruption and breeding tech- 
niques in the artificial insemination of cows. 
/. Dairy Sci., 55:219-223. 
With F. P. Shannon, G. W. Salisbury 

The fertility of cows inseminated at various 
intervals after calving. /. Anim. Sci., 11 : 
355-360. 
With G. W. Salisbury 

Physiological basis for site of semen deposi- 
tion and procedure in artificial insemination 
of cattle. II. Int. Cong. Anim. Repro. 
artif. Insem., Part III, pp. 99-106. 
With A. VanTienhoven, G. W. Salisbury, 
R. G. Hansen 
The preferential utilization by bull sperma- 
tozoa of glucose as compared to fructose. 
/. Dairy Sci., 55:637-641. 
With R. L. Hays 

Uterine motility responses to mating. Amer. 
J. Physiol., i70 :518-521. 

WOOD, WILLIS A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With M. Gibbs 

The effect of substrate on the endogenous 
respiration of Pseudomonas fluorescens. 
Bact. Proc. 1952, p. 137. 
With R. F. Schiverdt 

Evidence for alternate routes of carbohy- 
drate oxidation in Pseudomonas fliiorescens. 
Bact. Proc. 1952, p. 138. 

Alternate pathways of hexose oxidation in 
Pseudomonas fluorescens. J. Cell. comp. 
Physiol., p. 2. 

Pathways of hexose oxidation in extracts of 
Pseudomonas fluorescetis. Abstr. Amer. 
chem. Soc. Meet., Milwaukee, p. 20c. 
With M. Purko, W. O. Nelson 

The liberation of water insoluble acids in 
cream by Geotrichum candidum. J. Dairy 
Sci., 55:298-304. 

The equivalence of pantothenic acid and p- 
aminobenzoic acid for growth of Bacterium 
linens. Bact. Proc. 1952, p. 132. 
With S. A. Narrod 

Evidence for glutamic acid racemase in 
Lactobacillus arabinosus. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., 55:462-463. 
With H. F. Mueller, W. O. Nelson 

The effect of copper upon the activity of 
bacteria associated with Swiss cheese man- 
ufacture. /. Dairy Sci., 55:801-810. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 21 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 

TURNER, FRED H., Dean of Students 
Books 

Proceedings, Thirty-fourth Anniversary Con- 
ference, National Association of Student 
Personnel Administrators. 1 vol. Bona 
Fide Reporting Co., Chicago. 292 pp. 
Articles 

The 34th anniversary conference of the 
NASPA. Sch. Soc, "5:327-329. 

Fifth Allerton conference of midwestern 
deans of students. Sch. Soc, 76:27-28. 

Why deans of students should know about 
NAFSA. Neufs Bull., 25,3:42-44. 

You heard what the man said! Banta's 
Greek Exch., 40,1:24-25 (Jan.); 40,2:95-99 
(Apr.); 40,3:159-162 (July); 40,4:227-229 
(Oct.). 



ECONOMICS 

ALLEN, H. K., Professor and Chairman of 

Department 
Books 
IVith R. G. Axt 

State public finance and state institutions of 
higher education in the United States. 
Columbia University Press, N. Y. 196 pp. 
Articles 

State tax sources in Illinois. ///. Biisin. 
Rev., 9:6-7. 

BECKETT, GRACE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Foreign trade and foreign trade barriers. ///. 
Btisin. Rev., 9,7:8-9. 

BELL, J. F., Professor 
Reviews 

General economics, by Allen M. Sievers. 
Anier. econ. Rev., 42,5:938-940. 

BRANDIS, ROYALL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Cotton competition — U.S. and Brazil, 1929- 
1948. /. Fm Econ., 34:67-82. 

COCHRAN, JOHN ARTHUR, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The 1952 coal settlement. Ctirr. econ. Com., 
i4,4:43-58. 

DUE, JOHN F., Professor 
Articles 

American and Canadian experience with the 
sales tax. J. Finance, 7:463-473. 

The rise and decline of the midwest inter- 
urban. Curr. econ. Com., i4: 36-51. 

The manufacturers sales tax. Tax Bull., 
Toronto, 2:311-317. 

The sales tax as an anti-inflationary measure. 
Proc. 26th annu. Conf. west. econ. Assn, 
2(5:14-18. 

Reviews 

Taxation in Canada, by J. Harvey Perry. 
Nat. Tax J., 5:93-94. 

GIBSON, ROLAND, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Devaluation and the dollar gap. Curr. econ. 
Com., pp. 48-63 (Feb.). 



HALL, ARCHIBALD STUART, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Faith and fact in economics. Curr. econ. 

Com., 14,2:6i-70. 
Resale price maintenance. Wall Str. J. 
(Aug. 25). 

HARBESON, ROBERT W., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Some aspects of wage-price relationships in 
regulated industry: the railways as a case 
study. I. Biisin. Univ. Chicago, 25:175-186. 
Comments on Professor Clemens' paper. 
Interdependence of wage and price deter- 
mination in regulated industries. Proc. 
Anier. econ. Assn, 42:699-702. 
Reviews 
JOSEPH B. EASTMAN, servant of the 
people, by Claude Moore Fuess. Curr. 
econ. Com., 14:74-76. 

KEMMERER, DONALD L., Professor 
Articles 

Our financial health at the outset of four 
wars. Curr. econ. Com., pp. 31-42 (Feb.). 

The marketing of securities, 1930-52. J. 
econ. Hist., pp. 454-468 (Fall). 
Reviews 

Federal Reserve policy making, by George 
L. Bach. /. Finance, 7:498-499. 

Men in business, by William Miller. /. 
econ. Hist., 12:292-294. 

Prices and inflation during the American 
Revolution, Pennsylvania, 1770-90, by Anne 
Bozanson and others. Ann. Amer. Acad. 
Poli. Soc. Sci., 2<S0: 191-192. 

The Browns of Providence Plantations: colo- 
nial years, by James B. Hedges. /. poli. 
Econ., (50:455-456. 

Michigan copper and Boston dollars, by Wil- 
liam B. Gates. /. poli. Econ., 60:270-271. 

Economic forces in Amercian history, by 
George Soule. Ann. Amer. Acad. Poli. 
Soc. Sci., 284:186-187. 

McCONNELL, JOSEPH L., Associate 
Professor 

Reviews 

The Soviet financial system: its development 
and relations with the western world, by 
Mikhail V. Condoide. Cur. econ. Com., 14: 
73-75. 

OSBORN, RICHARDS C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Business analysis of the aviation industry in 
Illinois. Bull. III. Bur. Econ. Busin. Res., 
75. 68 pp. 
A look at renegotiation. /. Busin. Univ. 
Chicago, 25:50-64. 

PARRISH, JOHN B., Associate Professor 

Books 

With C. R. Daugherty 

Labor problems of American society. Hough- 
ton Mifflin Co., Boston. 848 pp. 

Articles 

Relation of wage control to manpower prob- 
lems. Chap. 7 in Economic mobilization 
and stabilization, ed. Donald H. Wallace 
and Lester V. Chandler. Henry Holt & 
Co., N. Y. 610 pp. 



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SARTORIUS, LESTER C, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Eating places as fixjd marketers. Agric. 
Econ. Res., 4:88-96. 

With Marguerite C. Burk 

Eating places as marketers of food products. 
U. S. De[>. Agric, Bur. agric. Econ., Mktg 
Res. Rep., IVash., 3. (In cooperation with 
Div. agric. Econ., Univ. Minn.) 118 pp. 

WEILER, EMANUEL T., Professor 
Books 

The economic system: an analysis of the flow 
of economic life. MacMillan Co., N. Y. 
899 pp. 
With B. E. Grimes 

Problems in economics. MacMillan Co., 
N. Y. 199 pp. 
Reviews 
Industrial pricing and market practices, by 
Alfred R. Oxenfeldt. Curr. eco7i. Com., 
pp. 72-73 (May). 
The quantity theory of money, by Hugo 
Hegeland. /. poll. Econ., (50:443-444. 



EDUCATION, COLLEGE OF 

ALLEN, CHARLES M., Associate Professor 
and Principal of University High School 

Articles 

How to determine the adequacy and efficiency 
of reading in the various curriculum areas 
and the improvements needed. Pp. 213-217 
in Improving reading in all curriculum 
areas, ed. William S. Gray. University of 
Chicago Press, Chicago. 

ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD W., Professor 
Articles 

The cloak of respectability: the attackers and 

their methods. Progr. Educ, 29:66-81. 
The charges against American education: 
what is the evidence? Progr. Educ, 29: 
91-105. 

AUSUBEL, DAVID P., Associate Professor 
Books 

Ego development and the personality dis- 
orders. Grune & Stratton, N.Y. 582 pp. 
Articles 
An evaluation of recent adolescent drug 
addiction. Ment. Hyg., N.Y., i(5,3: 373-382. 
With H. M. Schiff, E. B. Gasser 

A prelirriinary study of developmental trends 
in sociempathy: accuracy of perception of 
own and others' sociometric status. Child 
Develpm., 2i: 11 1-128. 

BARNES, FRED P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Materials of learning — and learning. Educ. 
Leadshp, 9:402-408. 

BENNER, THOMAS E., Professor 
Articles 

Educational reconstruction in Korea. Nat. 

educ. Assn J., 4i: 100-101. 
Education in Korea. News Bull. Inst. int. 

Educ, 27 -.e-^. 
Aggression calls for educational preparedness. 
Sch. Exec, 72:62-63. 



CHARTERS, WERRETT W., JR., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The school as a social system. Rev. educ. 
Res., 22:41-50. 

The nature of crowds and mobs. Pp. 1-13, 
Chap. 5 in Tension areas and the police: 
manual for Cook County Sheriff's Police 
Force short course. Division of University 
Extension with the Institute of Government 
and Public Affairs, Urbana. Mimeo. 
With T. M. Newcomb 

Some attitudinal effects of experimentally- 
increased salience of a membership group. 
Pp. 415-420 in Readings in social psy- 
chology, ed. G. E. Swanson, T. M. New- 
comb, and E. L. Hartley. Henry Holt & 
Co., N.Y. 

CORNELL, FRANCIS G., Professor 

Articles 

With W. P. McLure 
The foundation program and the measure- 
ment of educational need. Pp. 195-218, 
Chap. 6, in National conference of pro- 
fessors of educational administration: prob- 
lems and issues in public school finance. 
Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, 
Columbia University, N.Y. 

With D. J. Inabnit 
Administrative organization as social struc- 
ture. Progr. Educ, 30:29-35. 

With R. Closer, Dora E. Dainrin, 
F. M. Gardner 
The tab item: a technique for the measure- 
ment of proficiency in diagnostic problem 
solving tasks. Univ. 111. Coll. Educ. Bur. 
Res. Serv. 13 pp. Multilithed. 

CRONBACH, LEE J., Professor 
Books 

Educational psychology. Preliminary edition. 
Interstate Publishers, Danville, 111. 320 pp. 
Articles 
With A. L. Edwards 

Experimental design for research in psycho- 
therapy. /. din. Psychol., 5:51-59. 
With IV. G. Warrington 

Efficiency of multiple-choice tests as a func- 
tion of spread of item difficulties. Psyco- 
metrika, 17:127-147. 
Reviews 
Thematic test analysis, by Edwin S. Shneid- 
man and others. /. educ. Psychol., 43: 
369-370. 
Statistical methodology reviews, 1941-1950, 
ed. Oscar K. Euros. /. educ. Psychol., 
43:255-256. 
The art of asking questions, by Stanley L. 

Payne. /. educ Psychol., 43:125. 
Annual review of psychology, ed. C. P. 
Stone. /. educ. Psychol., 43:63-64. 

DeBOER, JOHN J., Professor 
Articles 

Implications of group dynamics for English. 

Engl. J., 4J: 239-244. 
Some sociological factors in language develop- 
ment. Elem. Engl., 29:482-492. 

DEYOE, GEORGE P., Professor 

Books 

With J. L. Krider 
Raising swine. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y. 
450 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 23 



Articles 

Improving supervised farming — how recent 
research may help us. Agric. Educ. (Mag.) 
Dcs Moines, 2-^:158-161. 

Channelling research into action. Agric. 
Educ. (Mag.) Des Moines, 24:219. 

Foreword, p. 3, and Improving supervised 
farming, pp. 32-40, in bulletin What do 
studies show? Interstate Printers, Dan- 
ville, 111. 

DOLCH, EDWARD W., Professor 
Books 

IVith Marguerite P. Dolch 
Folk stories. Garrard Press, Champaign, El. 

159 pp. 

Animal stories. Garrard Press, Champaign, 

111. 163 pp. 
Why stories. Garrard Press, Champaign, 111. 

160 pp. 

With Marguerite P. Dolch, Beulah F. Jackson 
Old world stories. Garrard Press, Cham- 
paign, 111. 160 pp. 

Articles 

Teacher purposes vs. pupil purposes in read- 
ing. Eletn. Sch. J., 52,5:282-285. 

Climbing the word ladder in reading. Elem. 
Engl., 29,3. 

Make a reading grade table. Elem. Sch. J., 
55,4:218-220. 

EVANS, RUPERT N., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Teaching industrial education as a career. 
Univ. 111. Coll. Educ, Industr. educ. Div. 
10 pp. 
IVith A. B. Mays 

The status of industrial arts in Illinois 
schools outside Chicago. Univ. 111. Coll. 
Educ, Bur. Res. Serv. 16 pp. 

FIEDLER, FRED E., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

An exploratory study of unconscious feeling 
reactions in fifteen patient-therapists pairs. 
/. abnorm. (soc.) Psychol., ■^7:446-453. 
With J. Blaisdell, IV. G. Warrington 

Unconscious attitudes and the dynamic of 
sociometric choice in a social group. /. 
abnorm. (soc.) Psychol., 4:790-796. 
With W. Hartmann, S. A. Rudin 

The relationship of interpersonal perception 
to effectiveness in basketball teams. Tech. 
Rep. No. 3, ONR Contract N6ori-07135, 
pp. 1-23. Mimeo. 

GAGE, NATHANIEL L., Associate Professor 
Articles 
Judging interests from expressive behavior. 
Psychol. Monogr., d(5,350. 20 pp. 
With J. S. Orleans 

Guiding principles in the study of teacher 
effectiveness. /. Teach. Educ, 5:294-298. 
With others 

Report of the committee on the criteria of 
teacher effectiveness. Rev. educ. Res., 22: 
238-263. 
Social framework of education. Rev. educ. 
Res., 22:1-59. 

HAMLIN, HERBERT M., Professor 
Books 

Citizens' committees in the public schools. 
Interstate Printers & Publishers, Inc., Dan- 
ville, 111. 306 pp. 



With E. R. Hoskins, R. W. Canada, 
W. H. Martin, J. B. Kirkland 
Education of veterans in farming. American 
Vocational Association, Washington, D.C. 
95 pp. 

Articles 

Organizing school-initiated citizens' commit- 
tees. Educ. Leadshp, 9:305-309. 

In-service training for agricultural education. 
Adult Educ, 11:160-162. 

Agricultural education in the public schools. 
Adult Educ, 11:189-192. 

HAND, HAROLD C, Professor 

Books 

What the people of Bloomington, Illinois, 
think about their public schools. Board of 
Education, Bloomington, 111. 136 pp. 

Articles 

How to prevent attacks on the schools. Bull, 
nat. Assn sec. Sch. Prin., 5(5:354-364. 
With K. B. Henderson 

To what extent is the general public in sym- 
pathy with the current attacks on the 
schools? Progr. Educ, 29:110-115. 

HARTMANN, WALTER, Research Associate 

Articles 

With F. E. Fiedler, S. A. Rudin 

The relationship of interpersonal perception to 

effectiveness in basketball teams. Tech. 

Rep. No. 3, ONR Contract N6ori-07135, 

pp. 1-23. Mimeo. 

HASTINGS, J. THOMAS, Associate Professor 
Articles 

What kind of testing program in today's 

secondary school ? Bull. nat. Assn sec Sch. 

Prin., pp. 154-160 (Apr.). 

HENDERSON, KENNETH B., Professor 

Books 

With D. J. Aiken 
Algebra ■ — its big ideas and basic skills, book 
II. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y. xi -}- 

347 pp. 

Articles 

Methods of increasing competence in inter- 
preting reading materials in arithmetic and 
mathematics in grades seven to fourteen. 
Suppl. Educ Monogr., 76, pp. 159-163 
(Nov.). 
With K. Dickman 

The mathematical needs of prospective stu- 
dents in a college of engineering. Math. 
Teach., 45:9,9-93. 
With H. C. Hand 

To what extent is the general public in sym- 
pathy with the current attacks on the 
schools? Progr. Educ, 29:110-115. 

Reviews 

Utilizing subject fields in high school core- 
program development, by Harold B. Alberty 
et al. Progr. Educ, 50:18-19. 

Vitalizing secondary education, by the U.S. 
Office of Education, Federal Security 
Agency. Math. Teach., '?5:484 (Oct.). 

INABNIT, DARRELL J., Instructor 

Articles 

With F. G. Cornell 

Administrative organization as social struc- 
ture. Progr. Educ, 50:29-35. 



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JONES, R. STEWART, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. //. Simpson, E. L. Gaier 

A study of resourcefulness in attacking pro- 
fessional problems. Sch. Rev., 40:535-540. 

KAULFERS, WALTER V., Professor 
Articles 

Americans can be linguists, too. Nat. educ. 

Assn J., •/;, 8:502-503. 
Our schools' vanishing margin for disaster. 

I'rogr. Educ, 29,4:129-135. 
The foreign languages. Pp. 347-355 in Sec- 
ondary education. Ronald Press, N.Y. 

Reviews 

Interlingua grammar. Elem. Engl., 2i,3:178. 

KETTELKAMP, GILBERT C, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Empliasis and retention as objectives in 
foreign language study. Mod. Lang. J., 
36:\2Q-\2i. 

KIRK, SAMUEL A., Professor 
Articles 

Experiments in the early training of the 
mentally retarded. Anier. J. ment. Defic, 
56,4:692-700. 

KXAPP, CLYDE G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With IV. R. Dixon 

Learning to juggle: II (2): a study of whole 

and part methods. Res. Quart. Amer. Assn 

Hlth, phys. Educ, 25:398-401. 

LEWENSTEIN, MORRIS, Instructor 
Articles 

Some current projects in citizenship educa- 
tion. Progr. Educ, 29:249-252. 

LIFTON, WALTER M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A pilot study to investigate the effect of 
supervision on the empathic ability of 
counseling trainees. Univ. III. Bur. educ. 
Res. 68 pp. 

A reply to a plague on both your houses 
(editorial comment). Occupations (Nat. vac 
Guid. Assn J.), 50:434-437. 

Problems of professional membership (re- 
corder's report). Occupations (Nat. vac. 
Guid. Assn J.), J0:653. 
IVith others 

Counselor training methods and procedures. 
American Psychological Association, Coun- 
selor Training Committee Div. 17. Univer- 
sity of Missouri Press, Columbia. 39 pp. 
Reviews 

The nature of nondirective group psycho- 
therapy, by Gordon, Hoch, and Telschon. 
Pcrs. Guid. J., 31:202. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Identifying the insecure child: II. The valid- 
ity of some suggested methods. J. genet. 
Psychol., 80:25-33. 

With Celia B. Stendler, D. P. Ausubel, 
J. E. Hulctt, O. Lewis, O. n. Mowrer 
Cultural expectations for children. Sec. II in 
Growing up in an anxious age. Assn Suprvn 
curric Develpm. Yearbk, Wash., pp. 84- 
119. 



With J. G. Darley, N. Gross 

Studies of group behavior: methodological 

problems in the study of interrelationships 

of group members. Educ. psychol. Meas., 

72:533-553. 
Studies of group behavior: leaders, followers, 

and isolates in small organized groups. 

/. abnorm. (soc) Psychol., 47:838-842. 
Studies of group behavior: factors associated 

with the productivity of groups. /. appl. 

Psychol., 56:396-403. 
With N. Gross 

On group cohesiveness. Amer. J. Social., 57: 

546-554. 
Rejoinder (on group cohesiveness). Amer. J. 

Socio!., 57:562-564. 

McLURE, WILLIAM P., Professor and Di- 
rector of Bureau of Educational Research 
Articles 

An analysis of the Illinois Foundation pro- 
gram of public school support. Bull. 111. 
Coll. Educ. Bur. Res. Serv., 49,70. 59 pp. 
(May). 
Seven administrative problems in reorganized 
school districts. Nation's Sch., 50,5:81-83. 

MILLER, RICHARD I., Instructor 
Books 

Fundamentals of track and field coaching. 
McGraw-Hill Co., N.Y. 273 pp. 

Articles 

A new system of tennis stroke analysis. 

Athl. /., 52:45 (Mar.). 
Psychologv of sports learning. Scholas. Coach, 

21:2A (Apr.); 2i:19 (May); 2i:14 (June). 
Fleetball. Athl. J., 33:24 (Sept.). 
Ethics committee is recommended for sports 

writers. Q^lill, 40:10 (Nov.). 
The future of big-time football. J. Amer. 

Assn Hlth phys. Educ, 25:12 (Dec). 

MILLER, VAN, Professor 

Books 

With W. B. Spalding 

The public administration of American 

schools. W^orld Book Co., Yonkers, N.Y. 

XV + 606 pp. 

Articles 

Welfare, ethics committee formed by lASA. 

Illinois Educ, 40:359. 
Faculty committee advises dean on promotions, 

rank and pay. Coll. Univ. Dusin., 12,5: 

45-47. 

MOORE, WALTER J., Assistant Professor 

Bibliogrophies 

Selected references on secondary school in- 
struction. Curriculum, methods of teaching, 
and study and supervision, and measure- 
ment. Sch. Rev., 60:46-54 (Jan.). 
Selected references on elementary school in- 
struction. Curriculum, methods of teaching 
and study, and supervision. Elem. Sch. J., 
55:45-56 (Sept.). 

NEWLAND, T. ERNEST, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Educational and vocational planning for the 
cerebral palsied child. Pp. 59-70 in Psy- 
chological problems of cerebral palsy. Na- 
tional Society for Crippled Children and 
Adults, Inc., Chicago. 
Are exceptional children assessed or tested? 
Excep. Child., 19:51-55 (Nov.). 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 25 



ODELL, CHARLES W., Professor 
Articles 

Lav scoring of school buildings. Amer. Sch. 
B. J.. 125,49:78. 

OHLSEX, MERLE M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Developing competencies in the education of 
teachers to deal with major issues, problems 
and conflicts of our times. Pp. 75-80 in 
Report of the Kalamazoo Conference, Na- 
tional Commission on Teacher and Profes- 
sional Standards, Xat. Educ. Assn. 

PHIPPS, LLOYD T., Associate Professor 

Books 

With G. C. Cook 

Handbook on teaching vocational agriculture. 
Interstate Printing & Publishing Co., Inc., 
Danville, 111. 1023 pp. 
600 more things to make for the farm and 
home. Interstate Printing & Publishing 
Co., Inc., Danville, 111. 599 pp. 

Articles 

Plan your farmer classes cooperatively. Bett. 

Fmng Meth., 24:10-12. 
Let them evaluate. Agric. Educ. (Mag.) Des 

Moines, 24:227-234. 
FFA hazing. Agric. Educ. (Mag.) Des 

Moines, 24:252-253. 
Teaching the adjustment of farm machinery. 

Illinois Voca. Progr., 9:112-113, 134-135. 
FFA trips. Agric. Lead. Dig., 33:16-17. 
Finding time. Amer. Voca. Assn. J., 27: 

20-21. 
One hundred farmers tell process of becoming 

established in farming. Agric. Educ. Nezus, 

2:5. 
Criteria for evaluating FFA money-making 

activities. Agric. Educ. (Mag.) Des 

Moines. 25:129,142. 

Teaching safety. Co. Agt Vo-Ag Teach., S: 
8-9. 

PIXGRY, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Critical thinking — what is it? Educ. Dig., 

17:5-7. 
A slide rule for quadratic equations. Math. 
Teach., ■^5:438-439. 
With B. Meserve 

Some notes on the prismoidal formula. Math. 
Teach., 45:257-263. 

POTTHOFF, EDWARD J., Professor 
Books 

Syllabus in the psychology of learning for 
teachers. Illini Union Bookstore, Urbana. 
ix -r 137 pp. Mimeo. (June 5). 

Articles 

Teachers college enrollments. A'^. ccn. Assn 
Quart., 26:347 (Apr.). 

Analysis of systems of accounting for current 
expenditures in the state-supported institu- 
tions of higher learning in Illinois. Univ. 
111. Bur. Inst. Res., Memo No. 2 to the 
Joint Council on Higher Education. 18 pp. 
Mimeo. (Apr.). 

Salary costs of resident instruction in the 
state-supported institutions of higher learn- 
ing in Illinois in 1951-52. Univ. 111. Bur. 
Inst. Res., Memo No. 3 to the Joint Council 
on Higher Education. 39 pp. Mimeo. 
(Sept.). 



Enrollment trends and the present national 
situation. Pp. 35-37 in Current issues in 
higiier education 1952, ed. Francis H. 
Horn. Association for Higher Education, 
Nat. Educ. Assn, 146 pp. (Oct.). 

The counting of students in reporting enroll- 
ments for the fall term. Univ. 111. Bur. 
Inst. Res., Memo. No. 4 to the Joint 
Council on Higher Education. 5 pp. Mimeo. 
(Dec). 

REEDER, EDWIN H., Professor 
Articles 

Teaching ethics in public schools. Friends 
Intelligencer, i09:132-33 (Mar.). 

The principal and his alter ego. Nat. Educ. 
Assn J., 41:221-222 (Apr.). 

Curriculum for days of crisis. Pp. 98-105 in 
Rep. Froc. cent. Conv. Amer. Instr. Deaf. 
U.S. Government Printing Office, Wash- 
ington. 

RUDMAN, HERBERT C, Instructor 

Articles 

Methods of increasing competence in inter- 
preting reading materials in arithmetic and 
mathematics grades 4-6. Pp. 154-159 in 
Improving reading in all curriculum areas, 
ed. William S. Gray. Suppl. educ. Monogr., 
76 (Nov.). 

SANFORD, CHARLES W., Professor and 
Associate Dean of College 

Articles 

Secondary education, 1950-2000. Calif. J. sec. 

Educ, 27,6:341-353. 
What are the difficulties and barriers to im- 
provement and how can they be anticipated 
and met ? In Improving reading in all 
curriculum areas. Proceedings of the an- 
nual conference on reading held at the 
University of Chicago, ed. William S. Gray. 
Suppl. educ. Monogr., 76 (Nov.). 

With W. B. Spalding 

The Illinois secondary school curriculum pro- 
gram. Calif. J. sec. Educ, 27,1:28-35. 

SIMPSON, RAY H., Professor 
Books 

IVith E. S. Broivn 

College learning and teaching. Bull. 111. 
Coll. Educ. Bur. Res. Serv., 49, 75. 80 pp. 
(June). 

Articles 

With R. S. Jones, E. L. Gaier 

A study of resourcefulness in attacking pro- 
fessional problems. Sch. Rev., 60:535-540. 

SNADER, DANIEL W., Professor 
Books 

With S. Welkoiuits, H. Sitomer 

Geometry tests and enrichment materials. 
John C. Winston Co., Philadelphia. 100 pp. 

STENDLER, CELIA B., Professor 

Books 

With Roma Cans, Millie Almy 

Teaching young children in nursery school, 
kindergarten and primary grades. World 
Book Co., Yonkers, N.Y. 
Articles 

Critical periods in socialization and over- 
dependency. Child Develpm., 23:3-12 
(Mar.). 
Wanted: more emotional security for children. 
Nat. Educ Assn J., 4J:139-141 (Mar.). 



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STENDLER, CELIA B. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Wiiat is the res|)onsibility of the nursery 
school teacher toward children? Bull. iiat. 
Assii nursery Educ, 7:13-16 (Winter). 

Are our promotion practices defensible? In 
The primary school: Stop! Look! Evaluate! 
Bull. int. Assn childhood Educ, Wash., 61: 
25-30. 

What behavior patterns are expected of chil- 
dren, Chap. 6, and How children learn 
roles and expectations, Chap. 7, in (irowing 
up in an anxious age. Sec. II, Cultural 
expectations for children. Assn Sttprvn 
curric. Develpm. Yearbk, Wash. 
With W. Shaffrath, W. B. Spalding, 
L. B. Trump 

Teacher organization and teacher welfare. 
Bulletin, American Education Fellowship. 
Interstate Printers and Publishers, Inc., 
Danville, 111. 

SUMPTION, MERLE R., Associate Professor 
Books 

How to conduct a citizens school survey. 
Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y. 209 pp. 

Articles 

Have you a gifted child? Nat. Par. Teach., 

pp. 24-26 (June). 
School and community relationships. Rev. 

educ. Res., 22,4:317-328. 
The cooperative school survey. Proc. midwest 

Conf. Sell. BIdg, Univ. Ind. 

TRUMP, J. LLOYD, Professor 
Articles 

Extracurricular activities: some principles of 
management and Extracurricular activities: 
improving programs. Pp. 208-283 in Ameri- 
can secondary school, ed. Paul B. Jacobson. 
Prentice-Hall, Inc. N.Y. 
You and the public. Illinois Educ, 41,4: 
126-129. 
Book Reviews 

Citizens workbook for evaluating school build- 
ings, by Jack Landes and Merle Sumption. 
Progr. Educ, 29,6:227-228. 

WEBER, LOUIS C, Assistant 
Articles 

Working with a psychopath. /. abnorm. (soc) 
Psychol., 47:713-721. 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DRUMHELLER, CARL E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Complex impedance of conducting thin films. 
J. opt. Soc Amer., 42:877. 

FRY WILLIAM J., Research Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Mechanism of acoustic absorption in tissue. 

/. acoust. Soc. Amer., 24:412-415. 

GOLDSTEIN, LADISLAS, Professor 

Articles 

With P. Parpen 

Current fluctuations in the direct current gas 
discharge plasma. Elect. Commun., 29:71. 

With M. Lampert, H. Geiger 

Determination of electron density and collision 
frequency in a gaseous discharge by micro- 
wave propagation measurements. Elect. 
Commun., 29:243. 



HAYWARD, HAROLD N., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With R. M. Wainwright 

Low-energy measurement problems in cathodic 

protection. Elect. Engng, 7 1:276-27%. 
Measurement of cathodic protection currents 
from sacrificial anodes. Appl. & Jndustr., 
Amer. Inst, elect. Engrs, i:350-352. 

MILLER, WENDELL E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. S. Wiseman 

A survey of U.S. and Canadian colleges 

offering illumination courses. Ilium. Engng, 

47,8:425-430. 

RYDER, JOHN D., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Books 

Electronic engineering principles. 2d ed. 

Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y. 

Articles 

Electrons, engineers and education. Proc 

Inst, radio Engrs., 40:259 (Mar.). 
Electronics and communications options — 

why? J. Engng Educ, p. 463 (May). 

VON FOERSTER, HEINZ, Professor 
Books 

Cybernetics. Circular causal and feedback 

mechanisms in biological and social systems. 

Josiah Macy Foundation, N.Y. 250 pp. 

WEBB, HAROLD D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With T. R. O'Meara 

Phase and gain stabilization in matched- 
channel receivers. Proc. nat. Electron. 
Conf., p. 8. 



ENGLISH 

BUCKLER, WILLIAM E., Instructor 
Articles 

Chapter VII of Wuthering Heights: a key to 

interpretation. 19th Cent. Fie, 7:51-55. 
The artistic unity of Richard Feverel : 
Chapter XXXIII. 19th Cent. Fie, 7:119- 
123. 
Once a week under Samuel Lucas, 1859-65. 
Publ. mod. Lang. Assn, 67:924-941. 

CAMPBELL, JACKSON J., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The OE Bede: Book III, chapters 16 to 20. 
Mod. Lang. Notes, 6^:381-386. 

Reviews 

Die Englische Sprache. /. Engl. Germ. 

Philol., 5i :401-402. 

FROST, ORCUTT W., Assistant 

Articles 

The birth of Lafcadio Hearn. Amer. Lit., 24: 
372-377 (Nov.). 

HERRICK, MARVIN T., Professor 
Reviews 

English literary criticism: 17th and 18th 
centuries, by J. W. H. Atkins. /. Engl. 
Germ. Philol., 51:429-430. 
Critics and criticism, ancient and modern, by 
R. S. Crane and others. /. Engl. Germ. 
Philol., 5i :610-611. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 27 



Woe or wonder: the emotional effect of 
Shakespearean tragedy, by T. V'. Cunning- 
ham. Sliak. Quart., i:373-374. 

The other harmony of prose, by Paull Frank- 
lin Baum. US. Quart. Bk. Rev., 5:363. 

The nature of Roman comedy, by George E. 
Duckworth. U.S. Quart. Bk. Rev., S:132. 

HOOK, J. N., Associate Professor 
Books 

With M. Hersberg, Florence Guild, R. Stevens 

Better English. Grades 7, 8, 9, 10. Ginn & 

Co.. Boston. 401, 436, 450, and 4S0 pp., 

with supplementary workbooks and teachers' 

manuals. 

With Ellen Burkhart, Louise Lane 

Illinois authors, and a literary map of Illi- 
nois. Illinois Association of Teachers of 
English, Urbana. 42 pp. 
Articles 

Some of the best Illinois high school poetry 
of 1951. 111. Engl. Bull.. o9,4:l-32. 
With Margaret Xc-cman 

Some of the best Illinois high school prose 
of 1951. ///. Engl. Bull., 59,5:1-32. 
With Ellen Burkhart, Louise Lane 

Illinois authors, parts I and II. III. Engl. 
Bull., 59,6:1-26; 59,7:1-16. 

KELLEV, CORNELIA PULSIFER, 

Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Henry Tames, by F. W. Dupee. Amer. Lit., 

2-^,2:251-253. 
Thomas Sergeant Perry, by Virginia Harlow. 
/. Engl. Germ. Pliilol., 51,1:128-129. 

NICHOLAS, CONSTANCE, Instructor 
Articles 

The edition of the early church historians 
used by Milton. /. Engl. Germ. Pliilol., 51 : 
160-161. 

PARRY, JOHN J., Professor 
Articles 

A bibliography of critical Arthurian literature 
for the year 1951. Mod. Lang. Quart., 13: 
163-179. 

Reviews 

Arthurian tradition and Chretien de Troyes, 
by Roger S. Loomis. Mod. Lang. Quart., 
J5:99-101. 

Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia Regum 
Britanniae, a variant version, by Jacob 
Hammer. /. Engl. Germ. Pliilol., 51 :237- 
242. 

A ninth supplement to a manual of the 
writings in Middle English 1050-1400. /. 
Engl. Germ. Pliilol., 5i:416-417. 

Matiere de Bretagne. Pp. 101-123, 255-258 
in Urban T. Holmes, Jr., The mediaeval 
period (a critical bibliography of French 
literature). Vol. 1. Enl. ed. Syracuse Uni- 
versity Press, Syracuse, N. Y. 

PAUL, SHERMAN, Assistant Professor 
Books 

Emerson's angle of vision: man and nature 
in American experience. Harvard Univer- 
sity Press, Cambridge, Mass. 279 pp. 
Articles 

Alcott's search for the child. Boston Pub. 

Libr. Quart., •^:88-96. 
Hawthorne's America. Thought, New Delhi, 
•^:12-14. 

Reviews 

Melville's Moby-Dick, by H. P. Vincent and 
Luther Mansfield. New England Quart., 
25:423-424. 



Melville's Mardi: a chartless voyage, by 
Merrell Davis. Nexv England Quart., 25 : 

555-557. 

RAPP, ESTHER H., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Per Lagerkvist's Barrabas, Scand. Stud., 24, 
3:133-138. 

ROGERS, ROBERT W., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Samuel Foote: the satirist of rising capital- 
ism, by Gregory Sinko. /. Engl. Germ. 
PhiloL, 5i :450. 
Alexander Pope, epistles to several persons, 
ed. F. W. Bateson. Philol. Quart., 31: 
285-287. 

SCOTT, ARTHUR L., Instructor 
Articles 

A protest against the James vogue. Coll. 
Engl., i5:194-201. 

SECORD, ARTHUR WELLESLEY, 
Professor 

Reviews 

The incredible De Foe, by William Freeman. 

/. Engl. Germ. Philol, 5i :432-434. 
Symbolic elements in Robinson Crusoe, by 

Edwin B. Benjamin. Philol. Quart., 31: 

263. 
Robinson Crusoe as a myth, by Ian Watt. 

Philol. Quart., 5i:26S-266. 

SHERBO, ARTHUR, Instructor 
Articles 

Warburton and the 1745 Shakespeare. /. 

Engl. Germ. Philol., 51:71-82. 
Dr. Johnson's Dictionary: a preliminary puff. 

Philol. Quart., 31:91-93. 
George III, Franklin, and Dr. Johnson. 

Note & Quer., 197:37-38. 
Johnsoniana: an obituary notice and an "ab- 
stract" from the Life of Savage. Notes & 

Quer., i97:51-54. 
Dr. Johnson and "Topsel on Animals": a con- 
jecture. Notes & Quer., 197:123-124. 
The text of Johnson's Journey to the western 

islands of Scotland: "Bayle" or "Boyle"? 

Notes & Quer., 197:182-184. 
The text of The vanity of human wishes. 

Notes & Quer., 197:205-206. 
Dr. Johnson quotes one of his amanuenses. 

Notes &■ Quer., 197:276. 
The translations of mottoes and quotations in 

Johnson's Rambler. Notes & Quer., 197: 

278-279. 
The making of Ramblers 186 and 187. Publ. 

Mod. Lang. Assn, 67:575-580. 
Boccaccio's Filocolo and The knight of Malta. 

Engl. Stud., 55:1-5. 
The proof sheets of Dr. Johnson's preface to 

Shakespeare. John Ryland's Libr. Bull., 

55:206-210. 
Dr. Johnson marks a book list. Notes & 

Quer., 197:519. 
Dr. Johnson's revision of his Dictionary. 

Stud. Philol., 51:372-382 (Oct.). 

TOWNSEND, FRANCIS G., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Clough's "The struggle": the text, title, and 

date of publication. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assn, 

67:1191-1192. 
Recent publications. Victorian News Lett., 

2:4-10. 



28 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ENTOMOLOGY 

FRAENKEL, GOTTFRIED S., Professor 
Articles 

A function of the salivary glands of the 

larvae of Drosophila and other flies. Biol. 

Bull., Woods Hole, J0i:285-286. 
The role of symbionts as sources of vitamins 

and growth factors for their insect hosts. 

Tijdschr. Ent., 95:183-195. 
Function of vitamin Bx (carnitine). Fed. 

Froc, ;J:443. 
With .M. I. Cooler 

Nutritive requirements of the small-eyed flour 

beetle, Palorus ratzeburgi Wissman (Tene- 

brionidae, Coleoptera). Physiol. Zool., 25: 

20-28. 
With H. E. Carter. P. K. Bhattacharyya, 

R. We id man 
Chemical studies on vitamin Bt. Isolation 

and characterization of carnitine. Arch. 

Biochem. Biophys.. iS:40S-416. 

HORSFALL, WILLIAM R., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With A. W. Morris 

Surface conditions limiting larval sites of 

certain marsh mosquitoes. Ajin. ent. Soc. 

Amer., 44:A92-A98. 
With R. Miles, J. T. Sokatch 

Eggs of floodwater mosquitoes. I. Species of 

Psorophora (Diptera:Culicidae). Ann. ent. 

Soc. Amer.. 44:6l8-622. 

KEARXS, CLYDE W., Professor 

Articles 

With J. Stcrnburg 

Chromatographic separation of DDT and 
some of its known and possible degradation 
products. /. econ. Ent., -^5:505-509. 
Metabolic fate of DDT when applied to cer- 
tain naturally tolerant insects. /. econ. 
Ent.. 45 -.497-503. 
The presence of toxins other than DDT in 
the blood of DDT-poisoned roaches. Science. 
116:144-147. 
With E. Vinson 

Temperature and the action of DDT on the 
American roach. /. econ. Ent.. 45:484-496. 

MILUM, VERN C, Professor 
Articles 

Danger of pesticides to pollinating insects. 

Froc. 7th annii. Meet. N. Cen. St. Branch. 

Amer. Assn econ. Ent., Mar. 27-28, pp. 

84-85. 
The control of wax moth. Amer. Bee J.. 92, 

7:293-295. 
Descriptions and habits of some moths whose 

larvae infest combs of honey bees. Amer. 

Bee J., 92,4:154-155. 
Characters and habits of moth larvae infesting 

honeybee combs. Amer. Bee J.. 92,5:200- 

201. 
The behavior of wintering. Amer. Bee J.. 

92,10:411-412,437. 
Honey — nature's best sweet. Amer. Bee J., 

92:455-457. 



EXTENSION DIVISION 

CARTER, GERALD C, Associate Professor of 

Psychology 
Articles 

Measurement of supervisory ability. /. appl. 
Psychol.. 36:393-395. 



Fl'LK, BYRON E., Extension Specialist 

Articles 

With T. If. Harrell 

Negro-white army test scores and last school 
grade. /. appl. Psychol., 36,1:34-35. 

FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

FOX, KIRK, Research Associate 
Books 

Analytical guide to econometrica 1933-1952. 
Waverly Press, Baltimore. 350 pp. 
Articles 

Estimated trends in nonfeed corn use to 
1956. ///. Fm Econ., 205-209:1407-1409. 

HERREID, ERNEST C, Professor 
Articles 

With B. Ruskin, G. L. Clark, T. B. Parks 
Ascorbic acid and riboflavin destructure and 

flavor development in milk exposed to the 

sun in amber, clear, paper and ruby bottles. 

J. Dairy Sci., 35:772-778. 
With K. M. Shahani, C. J. Dupxty. 

P. H. Tracy 
The eiTect of heating cream in a small tube 

heat exchanger on some of its properties. 

/. Dairy Sci.. 55:13-20. 

KUMMEROW, FRED A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The effect of dietary fat on the reproductive 
performance and the mixed fatty acid com- 
position of fat-deficient rats. /. Nutr.. 46: 
489. 
The detection of foreign fats in dairy prod- 
ucts. Conv. Froc. Milk Ind. Fdn, 4:9. 

Reviews 

Encyclopedia of chemical reactions, ed. G. A. 

Jacobson. /. Amer. Oil Chetn. Soc, 29:40. 
Biochemical preparations, by E. G. Ball. /. 

Amer. Oil Cliem. Soc, 29:440. 

TOBIAS, JOSEPH, Instructor 

Articles 

With p. H. Tracy 

Continuous pasteurization of ice cream mixes. 

Ice Cr. Tr. J.. 45:116-118. 
Are you prepared to meet the new additions 
to the frozen desserts family ? Ice Cr. Rev., 
56:112-114. 
With R. M. Whitney, P. H. Tracy 

Electrophoresis of milk proteins. I. Prepara- 
tion of samples of skimmilk for electro- 
phoric studies. /. Dairy Sci.. 55:12:1026- 
1035. 
Electrophoresis of milk proteins. II. Effect 
of heating to 300° F. by means of the 
Mallory small tube heat exchanged on 
skimmilk proteins. /. Dairy Sci., 35,12: 
1036-1045. 

TRACY, PAUL H., Professor 
Articles 

Probable trends in the dairy manufacturing 

industry. Food Engng, 24,4:80-83. 
Who will manage our dairy plants tomorrow? 
Ice Cr. Tr. J., 45,86:180-181,200-201. 
With E. O. Herreid, K. M. Shahani, 
C. J. Dupuy 
The effect of heating cream in a small-tube 
heat exchanger on some of its properties. 
/. Dairy Sci.. 35:13-20. 
With D. E. Miller 

The copper content of butter made by a con- 
tinuous method. /. Dairy Sci., 35:292-297. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 29 



JVUli J. Tobias 

Are you prepared to meet the new additions 
to the frozen desserts family? Ice Cr. Rev., 
S6:\l2-\l-i. 
With J. Tobias, R. M. Whitney 

Electrophoretic properties of milk proteins. 

I. Preparation of samples of skimmilk for 
electrophoretic studies. /. Dairy Sci., S5, 
12:1026-1035. 

Electrophoretic properties of milk proteins. 

II. Effect of heating to 300° F. by means 
of the Mallory small tube heat exchanger 
on skimmilk proteins. /. Dairy Sci., J5, 
12:1036-1045. 

TUCKEV, STEWART L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Timely tips for cottage cheese production. 

Plant Sec. Proc. 45th annu. Canv., Milk 

Ind. Fdn, pp. 1-11. 

WHITNEY, ROBERT M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Katherine Paulson, G. K. Murthy 

A test of the heat stability of milk proteins 
for use in research. /. Dairy Sci., 35 :937- 
94S. 

With J. Tobias, P. H. Tracy 

Electrophoretic properties of milk proteins. I. 
Preparation of samples of skimmilk for 
electrophoretic studies. /. Dairy Sci., 33, 
12:1026-1035. 
Electrophoretic properties of milk proteins. II. 
Effect of heating to 300° by means of the 
Mallory small tube heat exchanger on skim- 
milk proteins. /. Dairy Sci., i5, 12: 1036- 
1045. 



FRENCH 

HALLOWELL, ROBERT E., Instructor 
Articles 

Claude-Joseph Dorat, opponent of the Drame 
Bourgeois and critic of the English theatre. 
French Rev., 2i:355-363. 

SMILEY, JOSEPH R., Professor 

Reviews 

Andre Delattre, editor, Voltaire: Correspond- 

ance avec les Tronchin; Bernard Gagnebin, 

editor, Voltaire: Lettres inedites aux 

Tronchin. Romanic Rev., 43:62-64 (Feb.). 



GENERAL STUDIES, DIVISION OF 

COSTIX, FRANK, Assistant Professor of 

Psychology 
Reviews 

Open door to education, by C. M. Louttit, 

W. Habberton and J. M. McCrimmon. /. 

educ. Psychol., 43:300-501. 

HABBERTON, WILLIAM, Associate 

Professor of History 
Books 
With L. V. Roth 

Man's achievements through the ages; a 

world history. Laidlaw Brothers, Inc., 

Chicago. 800 pp. 

JACKSON, FREDERICK H., Assistant 

Professor of History 
Articles 

Simeon E. Baldwin and the clerical control of 

Yale. Amer. hist. Rev., 57:909-918. 
The new teacher in the arts college. /. higher 
Educ, 25:185-191. 



MORRELL, WILLIAM E., Associate 

Professor of Physical Sciences 
Reviews 

First year college chemistry, by John B. 

Barker and Paul K. Glasoe. /. chetn. 

Educ, 29:635-636. 

PUGH, ROBERT C, Instructor in History 

Reviews 

Storm over Savannah; the story of Count 
d'Estaing and the siege of the town in 1779, 
by Alexander A. Lawrence. Wm & Mary 
Quart., 9:441-443. 

RANKIN, OREN R., Assistant Professor of 
Physical Sciences 

Articles 

A study of competencies desirable for in- 
structors of college general education 
courses in physical science. Sci. Educ, 36: 
297-306. 



GEOGRAPHY 

BLANCHARD, WILLIAM O., Professor 
Articles 

Some geographical aspects of the American 

electrical industry. Biill. III. geog. Soc, 5, 

2:1-5. 



GEOLOGY 

CHAPMAN, CARLETON A., Professor 
Articles 

A new quantitative method of topographic 

analysis. Amer. J. Sci., 250:428-452. 
Structure and petrology of the Sunapee quad- 
rangle. New Hampshire. Bull. geol. Soc. 
Amer., 63:381-425. 

GAGE, MAXWELL W., Visiting Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The greymouth coalfield. Bull. geol. Surv. 
N.Z., 45,8. 240 pp. 

GRIM, RALPH E., Research Professor 

Articles 

Recent advances in clay mineral technology. 

In Problems of clay and laterite genesis. 

Spec. Vol., Amer. Inst. Min Met. Engrs, 

pp. 650-660. 
Relation of frost action to the clay mineral 

composition of soil materials. Highzc. Res. 

Bd, Wash., Spec Rep., 2, pp. 167-172. 

HOUGH, JACK L., Professor 
Articles 

Fathogram indications of bottom materials in 

Lake Michigan. /. sediment. Petrol., 22: 

162-172. 

SHAFFER, PAUL R., Associate Professor 

Books 

With H. R. Wantess 

Laboratory exercises in geology for students 

of agriculture. Stipes Publishing Co., 

Champaign, 111. 52 pp. 

WANLESS, HAROLD R., Professor 

Books 

With P. R. Shaffer 

Laboratory exercises in geology for students 

of agriculture. Stipes Publishing Co., 

Champaign, 111. 52 pp. 



30 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



WANLESS, HAROLD R. (continued) 

Articles 

IVith Jacquclyn Patterson 

Cyclic sedimentation in the marine Pennsyl- 
vaniati of the southwestern United States. 
Troisicme Congrcs four L'avancement des 
Etudes de Staiigrafhique et de Gcologie du 
Carbcniifere Compte Rendu, Heerlen, Neth- 
erlands. 2:653-664. 

WHITE. GEORGE W., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Thomas Hariot's observations on American 
geology in 1588. Trans. III. Acad. Sci., 44: 
115-120. 



GERMAN 

BANTA, FRANK G., Instructor 

Books 

Abweichende spat- und vulgarlateinische Per- 
fektbildungen. Paulusdruckerei, Freiburg in 
der Schweiz. xiii -\- 124 pp. 

FREY, JOHN R., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Gruppe 47. Books Abroad, 2(5,3:237-239. 
Deutsche Dichter und Schriftsteller iiber 

Gegenwartsfragen. Monatshefte, Madison, 

Wis., 44:i%\-i96. 

PHILIPPSON, ERNST A., Professor 
Reviews 

Der Ackermann aus Bohmen. Herausgegeben 

von L. L. Hammerich und G. Jungbluth, I, 

K0benhavn, 1951. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 

5i:9S-99. 
Beowulfund das Finnsburg-Bruchstiick. Uber- 

setzt von Felix Genzmer, Leipzig, no date. 

/. Engl. Germ. Philol., 51:91-92. 
Germanistische Neuerscheinungen: Ein Sam- 

melreferat (reviews of eleven publications). 

/. Engl. Germ. Philol., 5i :402-410. 
Das deutsche Schrifttum bis zum Ausgang des 

Mittelalters, I, von Ludwig Wolff, 2. Aufl., 

Gottingen, 1951. Germanic Rev., 27:232- 

234. 
Deutsche und germanische Philologie, von 

Ernst Schwarz, Heidelberg, 1951. /. Engl. 

Germ. Philol., 51:587-591. 

REHDER, HELMUT, Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Two centuries of Goethe. Louisiana St. Univ. 

Stud., Humanities Ser., 1 :23-38. 
Poet and patron: Rilke and Karl von der 

Heydt. Symposium, Syracuse, N.Y., 6:100- 

110. 
With A. H. Marckwardt, L. P. G. Peckham, 

R. IVcllek, J. Thorpe 
The aims, methods, and materials of research 

in the modern languages and literatures. 

Ptibl. Mod. Lang. Assn Anier., 67,6:3-37. 

SCHUMANN, DETLEV W., Professor 

Reviews 

Germany in the eighteenth century: some new 
publications (a series of 10 reviews). /. 
Engl. Germ. Philol., 51:259-275, 434-450. 



GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, 
INSTITUTE OF 

DANGERFIELD, ROYDEN, Professor and 

Director 
Articles 
With G. Y. Steiner 

The budget for fiscal 1953. ///. Bnsin. Rev., 

9:8-9. 

GOVE, SAMUEL K., Research Associate 
Articles 

Illinois state government. ///. Blue Bk, 1951- 
1952, pp. 37-49. 

KRAUSZ, NORMAN G. P., Research 

Associate 
Books 

Handbook for Illinois township officers. 
Garrard Press, Champaign, 111. 122 pp. 

Articles 

Tax considerations in property transfers. 111. 

Fm Econ., 201:1294-1298. 
Agricultural co-ops and the new revenue act. 

///. Fm Econ., 200:1276-1278. 

PAGE, THOMAS, Research Associate 
Books 

Legislative apportionment in Kansas. Univer- 
sity of Kansas Bureau of Government Re- 
search, Lawrence. 179 pp. 
Articles 

Local judicial activity. Local Govt. Notes, 35. 
6 pp. (Sept. 2). 

STEINER, GILBERT Y., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Unemployment compensation legislation. Mon. 

Labor Rev., 74:505-507. 
Pressure groups and elections. Social Educ, 
Jd:259-261. 
M''ith R. Dangerfield 

The budget for fiscal 1953. III. Busin. Rev., 
9:8-9. 



HISTORY 

BESTOR, ARTHUR E., JR., Professor 
Articles 

The ferment of reform. Problem 8, pp. 319- 

371 in Problems in American history, edited 

by Leopold and Link. Prentice-Hall, N.Y. 
The study of American civilization: Jingoism 

or scholarship ? Wm & Mary Quart., 3d 

ser., 9:3-9 (Jan.). 
Liberal education and a liberal nation. Amer. 

Schlr, 2J:139-149 (Spring). 
Aimlessness in education. Sci. Mon., Wash., 

75:109-116 (Aug.). 
Reviews 

Regionalism in America, edited by Merrill 

Jensen. Miss. V. hist. Rev., 59:112-115 

(June). 
Zachary Taylor, by Holman Hamilton. Minn. 

Hist., 33:82 (Summer). 
The valley of God's pleasure, by Caroline B. 

Piercy. Ohio St. Archaeol. hist. Quart., 61: 

453-454 (Oct.). 
Jefferson. Progr., 16,3:37-38. 
Jefferson for the citizen. Progr., 16,9:31-32. 
Heavens on earth, by Mark Holloway. Miss. 

V. hist. Rev., 59:333-334 (Sept.). 
Heavens on earth, by Mark Holloway. Sat. 

Rev. Lit., 55,28:34. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 31 



CURRENT, RICHARD N., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Foundations of foreign policy: beginning the 
great debate (17/6-1826). Problem 5, pp. 
192-239 in Problems in American history, 
edited bv Leopold and Link. Prentice-Hall, 
Inc., N.'Y. 

Reviews 

Steamboats in the timber, by Ruby El Hult. 
Miss. r. hist. Rev., 59:346-347. 

Calhoun: basic documents, ed. by John M. 

Anderson. .Miss. I', hist. Rev., 39:558. 
From Versailles to the new deal, by Harold 

U. Faulkner. Progr., 16:38 (Jan.). 
The memoirs of Herbert Hoover: years of 

adventure, 1874-1920. Progr., 16:38 (Jan.). 
The foreign policy of the United States, by 

Felix Morley. Progr., 16:34 (Feb.). 
A foreign policy for Americans, by Robert 

A. Taft. Progr., 16:34 (Feb.). 
American democracy and military power, by 

Louis Smith. Progr., 16:42 (Mar.). 
The era of good feelings, by George Danger- 
field. Progr., 16:42 (Apr.). 
The private papers of Senator Vandenberg, 

edited by Arthur H. Vandenberg, Jr. 

Progr., 16:36-37 (June). 
The memoirs of Herbert Hoover: the cabinet 

and the presidency, 1920-1933. Progr., 16: 

27 (Aug.). 
The irony of American history, by Reinhold 

Niebuhr. Progr., 16:30 (Aug.). 
Working with Roosevelt, by Samuel I. Rose- 
man. Progr., 16:33 (Sept.). 

Peace in their time: the origins of the 

Kellogg-Briand Pact, by Robert H. Ferrell. 

Progr., 16:39 (Oct.). 
Back door to war: Roosevelt foreign policy, 

1933-1942, by Charles C. Tansill. Progr., 

16:37 (Oct.). 

The struggle for Europe, by Chester Wilmot. 
Progr., 16:37 (Oct.). 

Business interests and the open door policy, 
by Charles S. Campbell, Jr. Progr., 16:39 
(Nov.). 

American foreign policy and the separation of 
powers, by Daniel S. Cheever and H. Field 
Haviland, Jr. Progr., 16:38 (Nov.). 

Peace, war and you, by Jerome Davis. 
Progr., 16:33 (Nov.). 

DUNBAR, LOUISE B., Assistant Professor 

Reviews 

Correspondence of Governor Samuel Ward, 
edited by Bernhard Knollenberg; and 
Genealogy of the Ward family, compiled by 
Clifford P. Monahon. Indiana Mag. Hist., 
•*«:316-318. 

ERICKSON, EDGAR L., Associate Professor 

Books 

Editor. British House of Commons sessional 
papers, 1868/9-1895. 2360 vols. Readex 
Microprint Corporation, Chester, Vt., 
approx. 1,652,000 pp. 

Reviews 

The preparation of records for publication on 
microfilm, by The National Archives. Amer. 
Archvst, 13:62-63. 

FREIDEL, FRANK, Associate Professor 

Books 

Franklin D. Roosevelt: the apprenticeship. 
Little, Brown and Co., Boston. 456 pp. 



Articles 

The new deal. Problem 19, pp. 837-880 in 

Problems in American history, edited by 

Leopold and Link. Prentice- Hall, Inc., 

N.Y. 
Roosevelt's father. Franklin D. Roosevelt 

Collect., 5:3-10 (Nov.). 
Reviews 

American conservatives: the political thought 

of Francis Lieber and John W. Burgess, by 

Bernard Edward Brown. Amer. hist. Rev., 

57:538. 
The general who marched to hell. William 

Tecumseh Sherman and his march to fame 

and infamy, by Earl Schenck Miers. Penn. 

Mag. Hist. Biog., 7(5:115-116 (Jan.). 
Henry Charles Carey, nineteenth century 

socialist, by Arnold W. Green. Penn. Hist., 

19:230 (Apr.). 
The California progressives, by George E. 

Mowry. Miss. V. hist. Rev., j9:350-351 

(Sept.). 
University of South Carolina. Vol. I, South 

Carolina College, by Daniel Walker HoUis. 

J. south. Hist., iS:3S6-388 (Oct.). 

SHANNON, FRED A., Professor 
Articles 

Shortcomings of the Homestead Act. Pp. 21- 
22, Vol. 2, in Readings in American his- 
tory, edited by John D. Hicks. Houghton 
Mifflin Co., Boston. 
Reviews 

The life of Billy Yank: the common soldier 
of the Union, by Bell Irvin Wiley. Amer. 
hist. Rev., 55:141-143. 
Financial history of the United States, by 
Paul Studenski and Herman E. Krooss. 
Ann. Amer. Aca. Poli. Soc. Sci., 283:204. 

SHAY, MARY LUCILLE, Assistant Professor 

Reviews 

Medieval Orvieto, the political history of an 
Italian city-state, 1157-1334, by Daniel 
Waley. Cathol. hist. Rev., i5:348-349. 

STARR, CHESTER G., JR., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

The perfect democracy of the Roman Empire. 
Amer. hist. Rev., 55:1-16. 

Reviews 

Washington command post, by Roy Cline. 

Miss. V. hist. Rev., 38:732-733. 
Portorium, by S. J. DeLaet. Amer. J. 

Philol., 7j:218-221. 
Symbola Coloniensia. Class. Philol., 47:246- 

247. 
Libertas, by Ch. Wirszubski. Class. Philol., 

47:247-248. 
U.S. Army in World War I, Vols. V-X. 

Miss. V. hist. Rev., 39:576-577. 

STEARNS, RAYMOND PHINEAS, Professor 

Books 

IVith W. M. Dabney, J. C. Russell, and others 

Dargan historical essays. University of New 

Mexico Publications, No. IV. University 

of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. 118 

pp. 

Reviews 

The Puritan frontier, by William Haller, Jr. 

Church Hist., 21:166-167 (June). 
The seventeenth century: studies in the his- 
tory of English thought and literature from 
Bacon to Pope, by Richard Foster Jones 
and others writing in his honor. IVm. & 
Mary Quart., 9:251-253 (Apr.). 



32 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



STEARNS. RAYMOND PHINEAS (continued) 
Reviews (continued) 

The cultural revolution of the seventeenth 

century, by S. L. liethel. PFm. & Mary 

Quart., 3d ser., 9:556-558 (July). 
The growth of scientific ideas, by William 

P. n. Wightman. Wm. & Mary Quart., 

3d ser., 9:111-112 (Jan.). 
Sir Walter Raleigh: a study in Elizabethan 

skepticism, by Ernest A. Strathmann. Win. 

& Mary Quart., 3d ser., 9:112-114 (Jan.). 

SUTTON, ROBERT M., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The early histories of St. Louis, edited by 
Tohn Francis McDermott. /. ///. St. hist. 
Soc, -^5,3:271-272. 
Funk of Funk's Grove: farmer, legislator, 
and cattle king of the old northwest, 1797- 
1865, bv Helen M. Cavanagh. Miss. V. 
hist. Rev., i9,3:556-557. 

TEMPLE, WAYNE C, Research Assistant 

Articles 

A splice for Eisenhower. Meenach's, Ur- 
bana. 6 pp. 
Reviews 

Lincoln finds a general: a military study of 
the Civil War, Vol. Ill, by Kenneth P. 
Williams. /. ///. St. hist. Soc, 45:412. 



HOME ECONOMICS 

CHARLES, VIRGINIA, Assistant 

Articles 

IVith Frances O. Van Duyne 

Comparison of fresh, frozen concentrated, 
canned concentrated, and canned orange 
juice. /. Amer. diet. Assn, 25:534-538. 

CHILDS, MARIAN TOLBERT, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With Ruth Okey 

The relative rates of renewal of choline and 

phosphate in the liver phospholipid in the 

rat. /. biol. Chem., 194:75S. 

FARNHAM, MRS. MARY B., Senior 
Laboratory Attendant 

Articles 

IVith Helen E. McCullough 

A new approach to housing research. Pract. 
home Econ., JO: 212-214. 

JANSSEN, PEARL Z., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Evaluation and simplification of recipes. /. 
Amer. diet. Assn, 25:425-428. 

McCULLOUGH, HELEN E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Space design for household storage. Bull. 

III. agric. Exp. Sta., 557. 74 pp. 
A preliminary report on space requirements 
for the home laundry. /. home Econ., 44: 
426-429. 
IVith Mary B. Farnham 
A new approach to housing research. Pract. 
home Econ., 30:212-214. 

SMITH, E. EVELYN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Dietitians — supply and demand. /. Amer. 
diet. Assn, 25:948-958. 



SMITH, JANICE M., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 
With Pearl P. Swanson, Margaret A. Ohlson, 

Lida M. Burritl, Alice Biester, 

'Esther L. Bachelder 
Food habits of women 30-90 years old. Fed. 

Proc, 11:457. 

VAN DUYNE, FRANCES O., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With V. R. Charles 
Comparison of fresh, frozen concentrated, 
canned concentrated, and canned orange 
juice. /. Amer. diet. Assn, 25:534-538. 

With W. B. Fisher 

Effect of variations in blanching on quality 
of frozen broccoli, snap beans and spinach. 
Food Res., ^7:315-325. 

With R. A. Kelly 

Quality of apples found in retail stores. 
Pp. 63-72 in Studies in midwest apple 
marketing. North Central Regional Pub- 
lication 29. Spec. Bull. Mich, agric. Exp. 
Sta., 378. 



HORTICULTURE 

ANDERSON, H. W., Professor 

Articles 

With D. Gottlieb 

Plant disease control with antibiotics. Econ. 
Bot., d: 294-308. 
With R. P. Kahn, P. R. Hepler, M. B. Linn 
An investigation of asparagus rust in Illinois. 
Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 559, 56 pp. 
With R. M. Takeshita, M. B. Linn 
Oospores of the white-rust fungus. Albugo 
Candida, found in leaves of horseradish. 
Plant Dis. Reptr, J(5:253-2S4. 

BARRETT, HERBERT C, First Assistant 

Articles 

With T. Arisumi 

Methods of pollen collection, emasculation, 

and pollination in fruit breeding. Proc. 

Amer. Soc. hort. Sci., 59:259-262. 

BIRKELAND, C. J., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Is there a possibility of replacing Stayman 

with varieties equal in quality but with 

fewer hazards ? Proc. Penn. hort. Soc, 

93:11-1%. 

CULBERT, JOHN R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Temperature trials with University of Illinois 
chrysanthemums. Bull. III. Flor. Assn, 
146:8-9. 
With D. Hickman 

African violets in the home. Circ. III. Ext, 
Serv. Agric. Home Econ., 695 (June). 
With W. Steinbrecher 

A survey of corsage and corsage flower 
preferences. Bull. III. Flor. Assn, 142:3-5. 

GOTTLIEB, DAVID, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The disappearance of antibiotics from soil. 
Phvtopathologv, 42:9. 
With M. S. Celino 

Control of bacterial wilt of tomatoes by 
Bacillus polymyxa. Phytopathology, 42:4. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 33 



With P. Siminoff 

The production of antibiotics in soil. II. 
Chloromycetin. Phytopathology, 42:91-97. 
IVith Norma M. Martin 
The production of antibiotics in soil. III. 
Aureomycin and terramycin. Phytopathol- 
ogy, 42:294-296. 
IVith P. Siminoff, N. M. Martin 
The production of antibiotics in soil. IV. 
Clavacin and actidione. Phytopathology, 
42:A9i-\96. 
WUh H. W. Anderson 
Plant disease control with antibiotics. Econ. 
Bot., 6:294-308. 

HEPLER, PAUL R., Assistant 

Articles 

With R. P. Kahn, H. W. Anderson, 
M. B. Linn 
An investigation of asparagus rust in Illi- 
nois — its causal agent and its control. 
Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 559. 56 pp. 

HUELSEN, WALTER A., Professor 
Articles 

A pedigree system for plant breeders. Proc. 
Amer. Soc. hort. Sci., 59:463-470. 
With W. N. Broivn 

Physical damage to sweet corn seed caused 
by mechanical harvesting and subsequent 
processing. Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 
561. 45 pp. 

LINN, M. B., Professor 

Articles 

With R. M. Takeshita, H. W. Anderson 

Oospores of the white-rust fungus, Albugo 

Candida, found in leaves of horseradish. 

Plant Dis. Reptr, J(5: 253-254. 
With R. P. Kahn, P. R. Hepler, 

H. W. Anderson 
An investigation of asparagus rust in Illinois. 

Bull. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 559. 56 pp. 

McDANIEL, J. C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Colby, a hardy Persian walnut for the cen- 
tral states. Ann. Rep. north. Nut Growers 
Assn, 42:87-89. 

SIMONS, R. K., Instructor 

Articles 

A progress report on soil moisture in rela- 
tion to apple and peach production. Trans. 
III. hort. Soc, 85. 

THORNBERRY, H. H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Virus-like particles from elm phloem necrosis. 
111. State Acad. Sci., 45th Annual Meeting 
Eastern Illinois State College, Charleston, 
May 2. 4 pp. 

With P. A. Principe 

The effect of cobalt on streptomycin and 
vitamin B-12 production by Streptomyces 
griseus. Phytopathology, 42:123-126. 
With R. W. Ames 

Carnation mosaic virus: properties and 
electron microscopy. Phytopathology, 42: 
289-291. 

TITUS, JOHN S., Instructor and First 

Assistant 
Articles 

Progress report on fruit tree nutrition studies 
in Illinois. Trans. III. hort. Soc, 85. 



WEINARD, F. F., Professor 

Articles 

Progress report on the use of Krilium. 

Bull. Ill Flor. Assn, 141:8 (Jan.-Feb.). 
Soil testing laboratory for florists. Bull. Ill, 
Flor. Assn. 142:6-7 (Mar.-Apr.). 

JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS, 
SCHOOL OF 

BROWN, DONALD E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Advertising — the Achilles heel of the school 

paper. Schist. Ed., 31,7:14-24. 
Orchids or scallions for ads — which do 

yours deserve? Schist. Ed., 31,8:8-17. 
Illinois celebrates two anniversaries under 
leadership of Director Siebert. Quill Scroll 
Mag., 2(5,3:7-8. 
Reviews 

Today's journalism for today's schools, by 
J. Kenner Agnew. High School Journst, 
29,7:2. 

MURPHY, L. W., Professor 
Articles 

Thomas Maule, the neglected Quaker. Journ. 
Quart., 29:171-174. 

PETERSON, THEODORE B., Instructor 
Articles 

The economics of magazine publishing: the 
role of the publisher. Curr. Econ. Com., 
14,3:52-60. 
Reviews 

Rx for medical writing, by Edwin P. Jordan 
and William Shepard. Miss. V. med. J., 
74:208. 

SIEBERT, FREDRICK S., Professor and 

Director of School 
Books 
Freedom of the press in England, 1476-1776. 

University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 411 

pp. 

TREBILCOCK, JOHN T., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

How to read the financial news, by C. Nor- 
man Stabler. Journ Quart., 29:97. 
Risks and rights in television, publishing, 
radio, motion pictures, advertising and the 
theater, by Samuel Spring. Journ Quart., 
29:342-343. 



LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, 
INSTITUTE OF 

ARKY, LOUIS H., Instructor 
Articles 

The mechanics' union of trade associations 
and tlie formation of the Philadelphia 
workingmen's movement. Penn. Mag. Hist. 
Biog., 76,2:142-176. 
Reviews 

Men of good hope, by Daniel Aaron. Penn. 

Mag. Hist. Biog., 75,1:118-119. 
Heavens on earth: Utopian communities in 
America, 1680-1880, by Mark Holloway. 
Penn. Mag. Hist. Biog., 77,3:373-374. 

LEVINE, SOLOMON B., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. E. Chalmers 

The outlook in collective bargaining. III. 
Busin. Rev., 9,10:8-9. 



34 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ROSEN, HJALMAR, Assistant Professor of 

Psychology 
Articles 
With Ruth Alice Hudson 

Union practices and policies — the members' 

view (a preliminary report). Curr. Econ. 

Com., 14:12-n. 
Reviews 

Union solidarity, by Arnold M. Rose. /. appl. 

Psychol., j6:354-3S5. 

STAGNER, ROSS, Professor 

Books 

IVith T. F. Karwoski 

Psychology. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y. 
582 pp. 
Articles 
With A. R. Hybl 

Frustration tolerance in relation to diagnosis 
and therapy. /. cons. Psychol., id: 163- 170. 
With D. R. PIcbbe, E. V. Wood 

Working on the railroad: a study of job satis- 
faction. Personn. Psychol., 5 :293-306. 

Reviews 

Psychological analysis of economic behavior, 
by George Katona. Human Rela., 5:417- 
418. 



LAW, COLLEGE OF 

BRITTON, WILLIAM E., Professor 
Books 

Cases on business law. 4th ed. West Pub- 
lishing Co., St. Paul, Minn, xxxix + 1214 
pp. 
Articles 

An experiment in a seminar on commercial 
law. /. Legal Educ, ^:456-458. 

CARLSTON, KENNETH S., Professor 
Books 

Editor. Reports of international arbitral 
awards. Vol 4, United Nations. 950 pp. 
Articles 

The elements of peace. /. Publ., i: 11-39. 
Vertical integration and the law. Pp. 148- 
169 in Vertical integration in marketing, 
ed. N. Wedding. Bull. 111. Bur. Econ. 
Busin. Res., 74:148-169. 
Theory of the arbitration process. Law 
contem. Probl., 17:631-651. 

Reviews 

Law and society in the relations of states, by 
P. E. Corbett. /. Publ. Law, i: 176-179. 

CLEARY, EDWARD W., Professor 
Articles 

Evidence as a problem in communicating. 
I'anderbilt Law Rev., 5:277-295. 
Reviews 

Law: the science of inefficiency. Amer. Bar 
Assn J., J5:838-839. 

CONARD, ALFRED F., Professor 

Books 

With R. I. Mehr 

Costs of administering reparation for work 

injuries in Illinois. University of Illinois 

Ciraduate College, Urbana. 55 -f- 33 pp. 

Mimeo. 
Articles 

Is workmen's compensation more efficient than 

employers' liability. Amer. Bar Assn J., 

i«:1011-1014, 1058-1059. 



CRIBBET, JOHN E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Experimentation in the law reviews. /. 
Legal Educ, 5:72-82. 

GOBLE, GEORGE W., Professor 
Articles 

IIow to end the high cost of strikes. Progr., 
pp. 17-18 (Apr.). 

HARNO, ALBERT J., Professor and Dean of 

College 
Articles 

Some significant developments in criminal law 

and procedure in the last century. J. crim. 

Law Criminal., 42:427-467. 

HOLT, HAROLD WRIGHT, Professor 

Articles 

Extension of non-resident motorist statutes 
to non-resident personal representatives. 
Univ. Perm. Law Rev., 101:223-241. 

SCHNEBLY, MERRILL I., Professor 

Books 

Part 26: restraints upon the alienation of 
property. Part of Vol. 6 in American law 
of property, ed. by Casner. Little, Brown 
& Co., Boston. 180 pp. 

SULLIVAN, RUSSELL N., Professor 
Articles 

Administrative tribunals in Illinois. ///. Bar. 

J., 40:670-681. 
The professional associations and legal educa- 
tion. /. Legal Educ, '?:401-426. 
Constitutional and statutory bases of Illinois 
courts. Univ. HI. Law Forum, 1952:463- 
482. 

SUMMERS, WALTER L., Professor 
Books 

Cases on oil and gas. West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 781 pp. 
Pocket part supplement to Summers on oil 
and gas. 9 vols. Vernon Law Book Co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1407 pp. 

YOUNG, J. NELSON, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Principal tax considerations in the sale of 
real estate. Mo. Laiv Rev., i7:117-138. 

Medical expense deduction. ///. Bar I., 40: 
394-398. 

Sale of draft, breeding, or dairy livestock. 
///. Bar J., 40 :4S6-4i9. 

Taxpayers' remedies. Univ. III. Law Forum, 
1952:248-284. 

Property transferred in consideration of agree- 
ment to pay an annuity. ///. Bar J., 41:34. 

Tax aspects of real estate leases. Univ. III. 
Law Forum, 1952:601-628. 

LIBRARY SCHOOL 

DOWNS, ROBERT B., Professor and Director 
of School 

Articles 

One library world. ALA Bull., 46:215-217. 
Mission in Mexico. ALA Bull., 46:328-329, 
349-350. 

DUNLAP, LESLIE W., Professor 
Articles 

Handbook for graduate students and members 
of the faculty. University of Illinois Li- 
brary, Urbana. 36 pp. 
Services to readers. Library Trends, i:49:57. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 35 



EATON, THELMA, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The victory of the book; an outline and a 

reading list. lllini Union Book Store, 

Urbana. 59 pp. 
Who uses vour library catalog and why. 

IVilson Li'br. Bull., 26:397-398. 
Unfolding the wealth of books. Illinois Libr., 

34:9-11. 
The school librarian — attributes and qualifi- 
cations. Educ. Adm. Superv., 55:97-101. 
A lawyer's classification of law. Lazv Libr. J., 

45:9-17. 
Dewey re-examined. Library J., 77:745-751. 
The standard (15th) edition of the decimal 

classification. I.L.A. Rec, 5:65-83, 87. 
The stuff of dreams. Illinois Libr., 34:175- 

179. 

FEDDER, ALICE N., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Research in the school library field. Library 
Trends, i: 386-401. 

HARMAN, MARIAN, Associate Professor 

Books 

Editor. Contributions toward a bibliography 
of Epictetus, by W. A. Oldfather. A sup- 
plement. University of Illinois Press, Ur- 
bana. 177 pp. 

With .-1. H. Trotier 

Doctoral dissertations accepted by American 
universities, 1951-1952. Number 19. Com- 
piled for The Association of Research Li- 
braries. H. W. Wilson Co., N.Y. 269 pp. 

Articles 

Some comments on the 15th edition of Dewey. 
I.L.A. Rec, 5:78-79. 

Reviews 

Epictete, Entretiens, Livre II, edited and trans- 
lated by Joseph Souilhe. Class. IVkly, 45: 
91. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM VERNON, Instructor 
Articles 

The development of library resources at 
Northwestern University. Univ. III. Libr. 
Sch. Occasional Papers, 26 (Feb.). 11 pp. 

KIDDER, ROBERT W., Instructor 
Articles 

With I. G. Hodgson 

Errors and incomplete entries in interlibrary 
loan requests. Colt. Res. Libr., ii :336:341. 

KRUSE, PAUL, Acting Associate Professor 
Articles 

A secret agent in East Florida: General 
George Mathews and the Patriot War. /. 
south. Hist., 18:192-217 (May). 
Book-a-year club. Library I.. 77:1588 (Oct. 
1). 

REECE, ERNEST J., Visiting Professor and 

Acting Associate Director of School 
Articles 

Building planning and equipment (for college 
and university libraries). Library Trends, 
i:136-155. 
Library building programs: how to draft them. 
Coll. Res., Libr.. Ji: 198-211. 

RIFFEY, MADELINE S., Instructor 
Articles 

Annual reports for public libraries. Univ. III. 
Libr. Sch. Occasional Papers, 28. (June). 
23 pp. 



SIGNOR, NELLE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

United Nations versus League of Nations 
documentation. Special Libr., 43:62-64, 70. 

TROTIER, ARNOLD H., Professor 
Books 

IVith Marian Harmon 

Doctoral dissertations accepted by American 
Universities, 1951-1952. Number 19. Com- 
piled for The Association of Research Li- 
braries. H. W. Wilson Co., N.Y. 269 pp. 

WOODS, BILL MILTON, Instructor 
Articles 

Training for map librarianship. Special Libr., 

43:87-88. 
Guide to the map collection in the University 
of Illinois Library. Univ. III. Libr. Sch. 
Occasional Papers, 31 (Dec). 10 pp. 



MATHEMATICS 

BAER, REINHOLD, Professor 
Books 

Linear algebra and projective geometry. 
Academic Press, Inc., N. Y. viii -f- 318 
pp. 
Articles 

Endlichkeitskriterien fur Kommutatorgrup- 
pen. Math. Ann., 124:161-177. 

BUSH, KENNETH A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Continuous functions without derivatives. 

Amer. Math. Mon., 59:222-225. 
A generalization of a theorem due to Mac- 

Neish. Ann. Math. Statist., 25:293-295. 
Orthogonal arrays of index unity. Ann. 
Math. Statist., 2 J: 426-434. 
With R. C. Bose 

Orthogonal arrays of strength two and three. 
Ann. Math. Statist., 2i: 508-524. 

FORT, M. K., JR., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Differentials. Amer. Math. Mon., 59:392- 

395. 
Some properties of continuous functions. 
Amer. Math. Mon., 59:372-375. 

HOCHSCHILD, G. P., Professor 
Articles 

The automorphism group of a Lie group. 

Trans. Amer. Math., Soc, 72:209-216. 
With T. Nakayama 
Cohomology in class field theory. Ann. 
Math., Princeton, 55:348-366. 

KETCHUM, P. W., Professor 
Reviews 

Giant brains, or machines that think, by 
Edmund C. Berkeley. Scr. Math., N. Y., 
18:69-72. 

The nomogram, the theory and practical 
construction of computation charts, by 
H. J. Allcock and J. Reginald Jones, re- 
vised by J. G. L. Michel. Scr. Math., 
N. Y., 18:81-82. 

LANGEBARTEL, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. Lindblad 

On the dynamics of stellar systems. Stockh. 
Observ. Ann., i7, 6: 1-61. 



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MESERVE, B. E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Using geometry in teaching algebra. Math. 
Teach. 45:S67-S7\. 
With R. E. Pingry 

Some notes on the prismoidal formula. Math. 
Teach., 45:257-263. 
With P. D. Edwards, P. S. Jones 
Mathematical preparation for college. Math. 
Teach., ■/5:32I-330. 
Reviews 
Introduction to algebraic geometry, by W. G. 

Welchman. Math. Teach., 45:484. 
The elements of mathematical analysis, 2d 
ed., 2 vols, by J. H. Mitchell and M. H. 
Belz. Math. Teach., 45:551-552. 

MITCHELL, JOSEPHINE, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The kernel function in the geometry of 

matrices. Duke math. J.. 79:575-584. 

REINER, IRVING, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With L. K. Hua 
Automorphisms of the projective unimodular 

group. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 72:A67- 

473. 
Reviews 

The minimum of the product of two values 

of a quadratic form, I, by E. S. Barnes. 

Math. Rev., 13:627. 
The minimum of the product of two values 

of a quadratic form, II, III, by E. S. 

Barnes. Math. Rev., 13:825. 

SCHOENFELD, LOWELL, Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

Introduction to number theory, by T. Nagell. 

Bull. Amer. math. Soc, 55:580-583. 
The theory of the Riemann zeta-function, by 
E. C. Titchmarsh. Math. Rev., 13:741. 

SCOTT, E. J., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Translator (from the Polish). Analytic func- 
tions, by S. Saks and A. Zygmund. 
Monografje Matematyczne, Warsaw. 410 
pp. 
Reviews 

Mechanics and properties of matter, by R. J. 

Stephenson. Appl. Mech. Rev., 5,7 (July). 

On a certain type of integral associated with 

circular cylinders, by J. M. Hammersley. 

Appl. Mech. Rev., 5,7 (Aug.) 

VAUGHAN, H. E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Well-ordered subsets and maximal members 
of ordered sets. Pacific. J. Math., 2:407- 
412. 



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHAO, B. T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Discussion: Surface temperatures in grind- 
ing, by J. O. Outwater and M. C. Shaw. 
Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74:81-82. 
With K. J. Trigger, L. B. Zylstra 

Thermal physical aspects of metal cutting. 
Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74:1039- 
1054. 



Tool forces and tool-chip adhesion in the 

machining of nodular cast iron. Trans. 

Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74:1017-1027. 
With K. J. Trigger 

Discussion: Measuring the cooling properties 

of cutting fluids, by G. M. Hain. Trans. 

Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74:1079-1080. 
Discussion: The size effect in metal cutting, 

by W. R. Backer, E. R. Marshall, and 

M. C. Shaw. Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. 

Engrs, 74:71-72. 
Discussion: The theory of plasticity applied 

to a problem of machining, by E. H. 

Lee and I!. W. Shaffer. /. appl. Mech., 

79:234-235. 

CHILDS, MORRIS E., Research Associate 

Articles 

With R. W. Roose, H. T. Gilkey, S. Konzo 
Comiiarative performances of two warm-air 
perimeter systems and three convection 
systems. Bull. 111. Engng Exp. Sta., 403. 
55 pp. 

With R. IV. Roose, G. H. Green, S. Konso 
Comparative performances of a warm-air 
ceiling panel system and a convection 
system. Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 401. 
91 pp. 

DOYLE, LAWRENCE E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

An analysis of cost estimating principles 
and practices. Paper No. T9-1 at 20th 
aniiu. Meet. Amer. Soc. Tool Engrs, Mar. 
20. Tool Engr, 28,5-6; 29,1-2 (May-Aug.). 
Cost estimating principles and practices. 
Annu. Han4bk Prod. Des. 1953. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. (Oct.). 
Current trends in material handling and 
packaging cost determination. Soc. industr. 
Pkgng mat. Handlg Engrs, Oct. 

FELLOWS, JULIAN R., Professor 
Articles 

Safety in boiler operation. Heat. Pip. air 
Condit., 24,12:90-92. 

GILKEY, HERBERT T., Research Associate 
Articles 

With M. E. Childs, K. W. Roose, S. Konso 
Comparative performances of two warm-air 
perimeter systems and three convection 
systems. Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 403. 

HARRIS, WARREN S., Research Professor 

Articles 

Reduced installation costs with simplified pip- 
ing and radiant baseboard. Off. Bull. Heat. 
Pip. Air Condit. Contr. nat. Assn (Jan.). 

KONZO, SEICHI, Professor 
Articles 

With J. R. Jamieson, R. W. Roose, 
H. T. Gilkey 
Warm air perimeter heating. Parts II and 
HI. Heat. Pip. Air Condit. (ASHVE J.), 
24:119-127, 128-136 (Feb.). 
With S. F. Gilman, R. J. Martin 

Manual for the design of box-plenum type 
air conditioning duct systems. Amer. Gas 
Assn Mon. (Apr.). 
With W. S. Harris, R. W. Roose 

Controls for central heating systems. Univ. 
III. Small Homes Coun. Cir. G 3.2 (Mar.). 
With R. W. Roose, M. E. Childs, G. H. Green 
Comparative performances of a warm air ceil- 
ing panel system and a convection system. 
Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 401 (June). 



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IVith M. E. Childs, R. IV. Roose, H. T. Gilkcy 

Comparative performances of two warm air 

perimeter systems and three convection 

systems. Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 403 

(Sept.). 55 pp. 

KORST, HELMUT H., Professor 
Arficles 

Mean temperature difference in multi-pass 
cross-flow heat exchangers. Proc. 1st U.S. 
nat. Cong. appl. Mcch., 79. 
Supersonic flow with variable specific heat; 
discussion. /. appl. Mech., iP, 3:405. 
With S. M. Yen, R. W. McCloy 

Gas d>'namic investigation of a valveless 
pulse jet tube. Proc. 2d midwest. Conf. 
fluid Mcch., Ohio State Univ., pp. 507- 
520. 

MARTIN, ROSS J., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Design factors for industrial heat pump in- 
stallations. Mech. Engng, N.Y., 74:280- 
2S5. 

POTTER, JAMES H., Professor 
Books 

Technical calculations in heat engineering. 
\Vm. C. Brown Co., Dubuque, la. 150 pp. 
Articles 

On the calculation of the thermodynamic ice 
point. /. Amer. Soc. nav. Engrs, (54:595- 
600. 

Developing a combustion laboratory. /. Amcr. 
Soc. elect. Engrs, 45:107-114. 

Determination of combustion products. Auto- 
motive Industries, 107:50-51, 176. 
With L. N. Tao 

Joule-Thomson coefficients for air at one at- 
mosphere. Mechanical Engineering, N.Y., 
7-/:504. 
Reviews 

Discussion: Line reversal techniques in the 
determination of gun flash or other rapid 
transient phenomena, by J. T. Agnew. 
Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,3:340- 
341. 

RADZIMOVSKY, EUGENE I., Research As- 
sociate 

Articles 

Bolt design for repeated loading. A new ap- 
proach to strength calculations for bolts 
subjected to periodically changing load. 
Mach. Design, pp. 135-146 (Nov.). 

ROOSE, ROBERT W., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With J. R. Jamieson, S. Komo, H. T. Gilkey 
Warm air perimeter heating. Part II, Tem- 
perature drop in ducts embedded in con- 
crete floors. Heat. Pip. Air Condit. 
(ASHVE J.), 24,2:110-118. 

With J. R. lamieson, S. Komo 

Warm air perimeter heating. Part III, Heat 
losses from floor slab. Heat. Pip. Air 
Condit. (ASHVE J.), 24,2:119-127. 

With S. Konso, W. S. Harris 

Controls for central heating systems. Univ. 
III. Small Homes Coun. Circ. G 3.2. 8 pp. 
(Mar.). 

With M. E. Childs, G. H. Green, S. Komo 
Comparative performances of a warm-air ceil- 
ing panel system and a convection system. 
Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 401. 91 pp. 
(June). 



With M. E. Childs, H. T. Gilkcy, S. Konso 
Comparative performances of two warm-air 
perimeter systems and three convection 
systems. Bull. III. Engng Exp. Sta., 403. 
55 pp. (Sept.). 

STOECKER, WILBERT F., Instructor 

Articles 

Heating and cooling a small residence with 
a 3-h.p. air source heat pump. Refrig. 
Engng, 60, p. 11. (Nov.). 

TRIGGER, KENNETH JAMES, Professor 

Articles 

With B. T. Chao, L. B. Zylstra 

Therinophysical aspects of metal-cutting. 
Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,6:1039- 
1054. 
With B. T. Chao, L. B. Zylstra 

Tool forces and tool-chip adhesion in the 
machining of nodular cast iron. Trans. 
Amcr. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,6:1017-1027. 



MINING AND METALLURGICAL 
ENGINEERING 

BECK, PAUL A., Research Professor 

Articles 

Interface migration in recrystallization. Amer. 
Soc. Met. Symp. met. Interfaces, pp. 208- 
247. 
Magnetic behavior of intermediate phases 
in alloys of transition elements. Trans. 
Amer. Inst. min. (metall.) Engrs, 194:420. 
Do metals recrystallize? Trans. Amer. Inst, 
min. (metall.) Engrs, 194:979; J. Metals. 
4,9:949 
With H. Hu, P. R. Spcrry 

Rolling textures in face-centered cubic 
metals. Trans. Amer. Inst. min. (metall.) 
Engrs, 194:76. 
With H. Hu 

Annealing textures in rolled-face centered 
cubic metals. Trans. Amcr. Inst. min. 
(metall.) Engrs, 194:83. 
With W. P. Chernock 

Analysis of certain errors in the x-ray re- 
flection method for the quantitative deter- 
mination of preferred orientations. /. appl. 
Physics, 25:341. 
With E. L. Kamen 

Survey of portions of the cobalt-chromium- 
iron-nickel-quaternary system. Nat. adv. 
Com. Aero., Tn 2603, pp. 1-62 (Feb.). 
With W. D. Manly 

Survey of the chromium-cobalt-nickel phase 
diagram at 1200 deg. C. Nat. adv. Com. 
Aero., Tn 2602, pp. 1-45 (Feb.). 
With S. P. Rideout 

Survey of portions of the chromium-cobalt- 
nickel molybdenum quaternary system at 
1200 deg. C. Nat. adv. Com. Aero., Tn 
2683, pp. 1-81 (Apr.). 
With J. Hino, P. G. Shewmon 

Effect of simultaneous strain on subgrain 
growth. /. Metals, 4,8:873. 
With D. K. Das, S. P. Rideout 

Intermediate phases in the mo-fe-co, mo-fe-ni, 
and mo-ni-co ternary systems. Trans. 
Amer. Inst. min. (metall.) Engrs, 194: 
1071-1075. 



38 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MARX, JOHN W., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Amplitude pulsations in the vibrational strain 
pattern of zinc single crystals. /. appl. 
Phvs., Dec. 
With 11. G. Cooper, J. W. Henderson 

Radiation damage and recovery in Cu, Ag, 
Au, Ni, and Ta. Phys. Rec. Oct. 
With B. I. Davis 

Film boiling termination mechanism. /. appl. 
Phys., Dec. 

WALKER, HAROLD L., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 
With G. W. Wcnsch 

Recrystallization and grain growth of nickel. 
Trans. Amcr. Soc. Met., 44:US6-U99. 
With H. P. Leighly 
Titanium sticks to diamond indenter. Metal 

Progr.. 62,5:109. 
Grain refinement of titanium. Metal Progr., 
62,6:116-118. 

WERT, CHARLES A., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Diffusion and precipitation of carbon in 
some alloys of iron. Amcr. Inst. min. 
(tnctall.) Engrs, 194:602. 

WUERKER, RUDOLPH G., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Systematic drainage of methane from mines. 
Coal Age, (Oct.). 



MUSIC, SCHOOL OF 

CAZDEX, NORMAN, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Folk idiom vs. synthetic language for the 
composer. Amer. Mus. Teach., 7,5:2-3,16-18 
(May-June). 

The story of a Catskill ballad. N. Y. Folk- 
lore Quart., 5:245-266. 
Reviews 

Sailor's hornpipe, by Henry Cowell; Suite 
for woodwind trio, by Roger Goeb; Sere- 
nade for flute and violin, by Virgil Thom- 
son; Six Shakespearian sketches, by Gordon 
Jacob. Music Libr. Notes, 2d ser., JO : 143- 
145. 

FLETCHER, STANLEY, Professor 
Articles 

Technic knacks (20 little exercises in pianism, 
on familiar tunes). Southern Music Pub- 
lishing Co., Inc. 
With Marian Fletcher 

A singing story. Music feature page in High- 
lights for children, Columbus, Ohio. 

HILL, WILLIAM G., Professor 
Articles 

Brahms' opus 51 — a diptych. Music Rev., 
ii, 2:110-124. 

HINDSLEY, MARK H., Professor and Direc- 
tor of P)ands 

Band Transcriptions 

Two Argentine dances, by Julian Aguirre: 
El Gato and La Huella. G. Ricordi & Co., 
N.Y. 



KUHN, WOLFGANG, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The reed organ in the music room. Music 
Educ. J., p. SO (Apr.-May). 

LEONHARD, CHARLES, Associate Professor 
Books 

Recreation through music. A. S. Barnes & 
Co., N.Y. 160 pp. 
Articles 

The classroom teacher and music reading. 
Resourceful Teach., 6:12-19. 



NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 

HOFFMEISTER, DONALD F., Curator 
Articles 

Coydog in Illinois. Outdoors III., 18:34. 
With W. W. Goodpaster 

Notes on the mammals of western Tennessee. 
J. Mammal., oj:362-371. 



PHILOSOPHY 

DIGGS, BERNARD J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Counterfactual conditionals. Mind, 61 (N.S.) : 
513-527. 

FISCH, MAX HAROLD, Professor 

Articles 

Prefacio. Pp. 8-11 in La Vida de la Ciencia: 
Ensayos de Historia de la Civilizacion, por 
George Sarton. Espasa-Calpe Argentina, 
S.A., Buenos Aires. 

With J. I. Cope 

Peirce at the Johns Hopkins University. Pp. 
277-311, 355-360, 363-374 in Studies in the 
philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, ed. 
Philip P. Wiener and Frederic H. Young. 
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

With D. C. Haskell 

Some additions to Morris R. Cohen's bibliog- 
raphy of Peirce's published writings. Pp. 
375-381 in Studies in the philosophy of 
Charles Sanders Peirce, ed. Philip P. 
Weiner and Frederic H. Young. Harvard 
University Press, Cambridge, Mass. 

Reviews 

Men and movements in American philosophy, 
by Joseph L. Blau. /. Phil., 49:675-677. 

GOTSHALK, D. W., Professor and Chairman 
of Department 

Books 

With J. Maritain et al. 

A modern book of esthetics, edited by Melvin 
Rader. Rev. ed. Henry Holt and Co., N.Y. 
602 pp. 

Articles 

Value science. Phil. Sci., i9, 3 :183-193. 
Reviews 

Nietzsche, by W. A. Kaufmann. /. Engl. 

Germ. PhiloL, 57,2:285-288. 
The power of art, by J. M. Warbeke. Phil. 
Rev., 6i, 4:605-606. 

KUBITZ, OSKAR A., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Ensayos Metafisicos, by Juan Adolfo Vazquez. 
Phil. Rev., 6i, 2:273-274. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 39 



LINSKY, LEONARD, Instructor 
Books 

Editor. Semantics and the philosophy of 
language. University of Illinois Press, Ur- 
bana. 289 pp. 
Articles 

Description and the antinomy of the name- 
relation. Mind, ol:27i-275. 

MARSHALL, CHARLES W., Instructor 
Reviews 

The conditions of knowing, by Angus Sin- 
clair. Phil. Rev., (5i,4:578-580. 

RAJU, POOLLA T., Visiting Professor 
Articles 

The development of Indian thought. 7. Hist. 

Ideas, pp. 528-550 (Oct.). 
Intuition as a philosophical method in India. 
Phil. East & West, pp. 187-207 (Oct.). 

TURQUETTE, AT WELL R., Associate Pro- 
fessor 
Books 

With J. B. Rosser 

Many-valued logics. North-Holland Publishing 
Co., Amsterdam, Netherlands, iv + 124 pp. 

Reviews 

Systems of logic whose truth-values form 
lattices, by Alan Rose; A lattice-theoretic 
characterization of the A'o-valued propo- 
sitional calculus, by Alan Rose; and The 
degree of completeness of some Lukasiewicz- 
Tarski prepositional calculi, by Alan Rose. 
J. Symb. Logic, i7:147-148. 

Ring-logics and p-rings, by Alfred L. Foster. 
/. Symb. Logic, i7 :205. 

p*-rings and ring logics, by Alfred L. 
Foster. /. Symb. Logic, 17:279-280. 

Charakteristik einer ternaren Logik, by Max 
Bense; Senses Charakteristik einer ternaren 
Logik, by Tiirgen von Kempski; and Zu den 
triadischen bivalenten Aussagefunktoren, by 
Albert Menne. /. Symb. Logic, 17:279-280. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN 

BOYS, FLOYD, Associate Professor and Medi- 
cal Officer, Physical Environment Unit 

Articles 

With B. Beck 

The breath holding test; an evaluation of a 
number of techniques. J. Insur. Med. 
(Quart.) (Jan.) 
With J. C. T. Rogers, A Johnson 

Vital capacity and breath holding in surgical 
patients; preliminary report. Selected 
Papers of the Carle Hospital Clinic and 
Carle Foundation, Urbana. Jan. 

BRIGHTBILL, CHARLES K., Professor 
Articles 

Undergraduate training. Recr. Mag., 46,7: 

428-430. 
Role of parks in defense. Parks Recr., 35, 

1:5-8. 
Time to consume. Nebr. Par.-Teach., 29,1:8-9. 
The growth and development of community 

services in the United States Army. Spec. 

Bull., Spec. Serv. Div, AGO, Dep. Army, 

1-6 (June). 
Research in recreation — a growing need. 

Phys. Educ, 9,2:41-43. 



CURETON, THOMAS K., Professor 
Books 

Masters theses in health, physical education 
and recreation. American Association for 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 
Washington. 292 pp. 
Articles 

Review of research to determine cardiovas- 
cular condition (1941-50). Proc. Amer. 
phys. Educ. Recr., 56th annu. Conv., De- 
troit, pp. 167-177. 

Report of the national committee on aquatic 
leadership. Proc. Amer. Assn Health, phys. 
Educ. Recr., 56th annu. Ccmv., Detroit, pp. 
105-106. 

Progressive deterioration is principal fitness 
problem of middle-age — physical training 
sets the clock back. J. phys. Educ, 49:120- 
121 (May-June). 

How to keep fit at 50. Popular Mech., pp. 
136-140 (May). 

Survival aquatic activities for the emergency. 
/. phys. Educ, 49:87-89 (Mar. -Apr.); Nat. 
YMCA Aqua. Nezvs, 3:3-7 (Feb.), Bibliog- 
raphy, pp. 2-24. 

Physical training produces important changes, 
psychological and physiological. Int. Syinp. 
Sports Med. Physiol., XV Olympiad, Hel- 
sinki. 

Physical fitness improvement of a middle aged 
man, with brief reviews of related studies. 
Res. Quart., 2o:149-160 (May). 

Exercise for executives. Bull. Industr. Wel- 
fare Soc, Inc., Lond. (Sports and Social 
Clubs Conference, Cliftonville, May). 

FLORIO, AURELIO E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A university course for preparing teachers 
for driver education. Calif. J. sec Educ, 
27,115-19. 
Illinois driver education association. Educ. 
Press Bull., pp. 18-21 (Nov.). 

GARRET, MAXWELL R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Editor. The swordmaster's bulletin (Quar- 
terly). University of Illinois, Urbana. 4,1 
(Jan. 1); 4,2 (Mar. 15); 4,i (Aug. 15); 
4,4 (Nov. 15). 

HOYMAN, HOWARD S., Professor 
Articles 

With others 

Research needs in school health. Yearbk 
Amer. J. Pub. Health, pp. 133-138. 
With others 

Education for civil defense in health instruc- 
tion and physical education. Federal Civil 
Defense Administration, Washington, 22 pp. 
With others 

Report third national conference on physicians 
and schools. American Medical Association, 
Chicago. 71 pp. 

JACKSON, CHESTER O., Professor 

Books 

With Hilda Kozman, Rosalind Cassidy 

Methods in physical education. 2d ed. W. B. 
Saunders Co., Philadelphia. 557 pp. 

Articles 

Are you meeting the needs ? J. Amer. Assn 

Health, phys. Educ. Recr., 2i, 16:37-38. 
Satisfied customers in physical education. 
Schist. Coach, 22,3:28-29,58-59,62. 



40 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



KENNEY, HAROLD E., Associate Prbfessor 
Books 

IVith G. C. Law 
Wrestling. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., N.Y. 
171 pii. 
Articles 

I've had enough — I quit. Phys. Educ, 9,3: 
86-87. 

KRIZAN, THOMAS F., Instructor 
Articles 

Solid waters. ///. Wildlife, S,l:7-S. 

SAPORA, ALLEN VICTOR H., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Editor. Illinois recreation association bulletin, 

January, March, May, June. Mimeo. 

STALEY, SEWARD C, Professor and Di- 
rector of the School of Physical Education 

Articles 

Physical education and research. Phys. Educ, 
9,3:73-76. 

The status of college physical education per- 
sonnel. Proc. 55th annu. Coll. phys. Educ. 
Assn, pp. 101-103. 

PHYSICS 

ADAMS, G. D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

On the use of roentgen films in dosimetry. 
Amer. J. Roentgenol., 6:991-992. 

ALLEN, JAMES S., Professor 
Articles 

After-pulses in photomultiplier tubes. Los 
Alamos set. Lab Rep., LA 1459. 
With G. W. Rodeback 

Neutrino recoils following the capture of or- 
bital electrons in Agron". Phys. Rev., 86 : 
446-450. 

AMACHER, HAROLD C, Health Physicist 
Articles 

With F. R. Metcger 
Internal conversion of the Sr** gamma-rays. 
Phys. Rev., 55:149-150. 

AXEL, PETER, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Physics. In World scope encyclopedia year 

book. 1952 ed. Editorial Revisions, Inc., 

Brooklyn. P. 61. 
Atomic energy. In World scope encyclopedia 

yearbook. 1952 ed. Editorial Revisions, 

Inc., Brooklyn. P. 356. 
Atomic energy. In Collier's encyclopedia 

yearbook. 1952 ed. P. F. Collier & Son, 

N.Y. 
With J. C. Botve 

Second transition in the decay of Sn''°"'. 

Phys. Rev., <S5:734. 
Decay of Te"=™. Phys. Rev., 55:734 A; 

Phys. Rev., 55:858-862. 

BARDEEN, JOHN, Professor 
Articles 

Superconductivity and lattice vibrations. Low 

Temp. Phys., Circ, nat. Bur. Stand., 519: 

5-11. 

Reviews 

With R. Smoluchowski, J. E. Mayer, 
W. A. Weyl 
Phase transformations in solids. Phys. Today, 
5:25. 



BARTLETT, JAMES H., Professor 
Articles 

Iterative procedures and the helium wave 
equation. Phys. Rev., 55:525-526. 
IVith L. P. Stephenson 

Anodic behavior of iron in H2SO4. /. elec- 
trochcm. Soc, 99:504-512. 
With R. A. Kromhout 

The Donnan equilibrium. Bull. math. Biophys., 
14:385-391. 

BERGSTROM, INGMAR, Research Associate 
Articles 

The isomers of krypton and xenon. Ark. Fys., 
5:191-295. 

BERNARDINI, GILBERTO, Professor 

Articles 

With E. T. Booth, S. J. Lindenbauni 

Interaction of high energv nucleons with 
nuclei. II. Phys. Rev., 55:1017-1026. 

BLAIR, J. S., Research Associate 

Articles 

With B. Sega! I 

Impulse approximation and field theoretical 
calculations. I. Phys. Rev., 55:621-624. 

BLATT, JOHN M., Associate Professor 

Books 

With V. F. Weisskopf 

Theoretical nuclear physics. John Wiley and 
Sons, Inc., N.Y. 864 pp. 
Articles 
With L. C. Biedenharn 

Neutron-proton scattering with spin-orbit coup- 
ling, I : general expressions. Phys. Rev., 
56:399-404. 
The angular distribution of scattering and 
reaction cross sections. Rev. Mod. Phys., 
24:258. 
With L. C. Biedenharn, I\L E. Rose 

Some properties of the Racah and associated 
coefficients. Rev. Mod. Phys., 24:249-257. 

BOWE, J. C, Research Assistant 

Articles 

With P. A.rel 

Second transition in the decaj' of Sn'""*. 

Phys. Rev., 55:734. 
Decay of Te'=5m_ p/„.j. j^^v.^ 55:734 A; 
Phys. Rev., 55:858-862. 

CHADRASEKHAR, B. S., Research Associate 
Articles 

He II transfer rates on Incite and perspex 
surfaces. Phys. Rev., 5(5:414-415. 
With K. Mendelssohn 

Film transfer rates on metal surfaces. Proc. 
phys. Soc. Lond., A, 65:226-227. 

CHEW, GEOFFREY F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Gian C. Wick 

The impulse approximation. Phys. Rev., 85: 
636-642. 
With M. L. Goldberger 

The scattering of elementary particles by com- 
plex nuclei. Phys. Rev., 87:778-782. 

COOPER, HOWARD G., Research Assistant 
Articles 

IVith J. W. Marx, J. W. Henderson 

Radiation damage and recovery in Cu, Ag, 
Au, Ni and Ta. Phys. Rev., 55:106-112. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 41 



DEXTER, D. L., Research Associate 

Articles 

Conductivitv of cold-worked metals. Phys. 
Re-.'., 55:936-93". 

University of Illinois conference on physics 
of ionic crystals. Science, ii5:199-201. 

Scattering of electrons in metals by disloca- 
tions. Phys. Rez\, S6:770-774. 

Scattering of electrons from point singularities 
in metals. Phys. Rev., 87:768-777. 
With F. Scitc 

Effects of dislocation on mobilities in semi- 
conductors. Phys. Rev., 86:745-752. 

DUFFIELD, ROBERT B., Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith J. R. Huiccnga 

Fission-to-capture cross-section ratio. Phys. 
Rev.. «5:959-960. 

EMIGH, C. R., Research Assistant 
Articles 

Relative pair production cross sections in the 

energy region 50 to 300 Mev. Phys. Rev., 

56:1028-1035. 

ESHELBY, J. D., Research Associate 
Articles 

The fundamental physics of heat conduction. 
Proc. Gen. Disc. Heat Transfer, Inst. mech. 
Engrs & Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 11-13 
Sept. 1951, pp. 267-270. 
Reviews 

Classical mechanics, by H. Goldstein. Phil. 
Mag., 7,43:485. 

FRAUENFELDER, HANS, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With H. Aeppli, H. Albers-Schonberg, 
P. Scherrer 
Bestimmung des magnetischen momentes eines 
angeregten kernes. Helv. phys. acta, 25: 
339-370. 
With H. Aeppli, E. Heer, R. Reutschi 

The directional correlation of the Ni^-gamma- 
gamma-cascade. Phys. Rev., 57:379-380. 

GOLDHABER, M., Professor 

Articles 

With R. D. Hill 

Nuclear isomerism and sTiell structure. Rev. 
Mod. Phys., 24:179-239. 

GOLDWASSER, EDWIN L., Research Asso- 
ciate 

Articles 

With F. E. Mills, A. O. Hanscm 
Ionization loss and straggling of fast elec- 
trons. Phys. Rev., 55:1137-1141. 

GREENE, RICHARD F., Instructor 
Articles 

With H. B. Callen 
On a theorem of irreversible thermodynamics. 

Phys. Rev., 56:702-710. 
On a theorem of irreversible thermodynamics, 
II. Phys. Rev., 55:1387-1391. 

HANSON, ALFRED O., Professor 

Articles 

With E. L. Goldwasser, F. E. Mills 

Ionization loss and straggling of fast elec- 
trons. Phys. Rev., 55:1137-1141. 



HENDERSON, JAMES W., Research Assist- 
ant 
Articles 

With J. W. Marx, H. G. Cooper 

Radiation damage and recovery in Cu, Ag, 
Au, Xi and Ta. Phys. Rev., 55:106-112. 

HILL, ROBERT D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Dependence of radiation lifetimes on nucleon 
configurations. Phys. Rev., 55:1428-1429. 
With M. Goldhaber 

Nuclear isomerism and shell structure. Rev. 
Mod. Phys., 24:179-239. 
With E. L. Church, J. W. Mihelich 

The determination of gamma ray energies 
from beta-ray spectroscopy and a table of 
critical x-ray absorption energies. Rev. Sci. 
Instr., 2j:523-528. 
With J. B. Szvan 

Radioactivity of Osmium. Phys. Rev., 55: 
831-835. 

KAUFFMAN, JOHN W., Research Assistant 

Articles 

With J. S. Koehler 

The quenching-in of lattice vacancies in pure 
gold. Phys. Rev., 55:149-150. 

KERST, DONALD W., Professor 
Articles 

The modulated betatron. Chap. 3, Los Alamos 

sci. Lab. nat. nucl. Encr. Ser., Div. S, 3: 

162-189. 

KOEHLER, JAMES S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The nature of work hardening. Phys. Rev., 
86:52-59. 

The production of large tensile stresses by dis- 
locations. Phys. Rev., 55:480-481. 

Influence of dislocations on damping and elas- 
tic constants. Pp. 197-219 in Imperfec- 
tions in almost perfect crystals, John Wiley 
& Sons, N.Y. 
With J. W. Kauffman 

Quenching-in of vacancies in pure gold. Phys. 
Rev., 55:149-150. 
Reviews 

The creep of metals, by Rotherhaur. Rev. 
sci. Instrttm., 23:559. 

Phrase transformations in solids, ed. Smoluch- 
owski. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 74:1873. 

The structure and mechanical properties of 
metals, by Bruce Chalmers. Rev. sci. 
lustrum., 23:182. 

KOESTER, LOUIS J., Research Associate 

Articles 

With S. G. Kaufmann, E. Goldbert, 

F. P. Mooring 
Energy levels in Si=' excited by alpha-particles 

on Ug^. Phys. Rev., 55:673-676. 

KROMHOUT, R. A., Research Assistant 

Articles 

With J. H. Bartlett 
The Donnan equilibrium. Bull. Math. 
Biophys., i4:38S-391. 

LAZARUS, DAVID, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. Slifkin, T. Tmnizuka 

Self-diffusion in pure polycrystalline silver. 
/. appl. Phys., 2i :1032-1034. 
With L. Slifkin, T. Tomicuka 

Diffusion of antimony into silver single crys- 
tals. /. appl. Phys., 2i:1405. 



42 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



LEE, T. D., Visiting Professor 

Articles 

IVith D. Pines 

The motion of slow electrons in polar crystals. 
Phys. Rev., *5:960-961. 

LOW, FRANCIS E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Natural line shape. Phys. Rev., 55:53-57. 

MARCUS, P. M., Research Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The free energies and phase transitions of a 

cylindrical superconductor. Phys. Rev., 88: 

621-624. 

MARX, J. \V., Research Assistant Professor 

Articles 

IVith H. G. Cooper, J. IV. Henderson 

Radiation damage and recovery in Cu, Ag, 
Au, Ni and Ta. Phys. Rev., 55:106-112. 

MAURER, ROBERT J., Professor 
Books 

With IV. Shockley, J. Holloman, F. Seits 

Imperfections in nearly perfect crystals. John 
Wiley & Sons, Inc., N.Y. 490 pp. 

MEAGHER, RALPH E., Research Professor 
Books 

With N. M. Newmark, A. H. Taub, J. P. Nash 
Ordvac manual. University of Illinois Gradu- 
ate College, Urbana. 287 pp. 

METZGER, F. R., Research Assistant Pro- 
fessor 

Articles 

Spin and parity of the first (603 Mev) ex- 
cited state of Te^=^ Phys. Rev., 86:435. 
Disintegration scheme of Fe^'. Phys. Rev., 
55:1360-1367. 
With H. C. Amacher 

Internal conversion of the Sr^ gamma-rays. 
Phys. Rev., 88:149-150. 

MIHELICH, J. W., Research Assistant 
Articles 

With R. D. Hill, E. L. Church 

The determination of gamma-ray energies 
from beta-ray spectroscopy and a table of 
critical x-ray absorption energies. Rev. Sci. 
Instr., 2J:523-528. 

MILLS, F. E., Research Assistant 
Articles 

With E. L. Goldwasser, A. O. Hanson 

Ionization loss and straggling of fast elec- 
trons. Phys. Rev., 55:1137-1141. 

NORBERG, RICHARD E., Research Asso- 
ciate 

Articles 

Nuclear magnetic resonance of hydrogen ab- 
sorbed into Pd wires. Phys. Rev., 5(5:745- 
752. 

PINES, DAVID, Research Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The stopping power of a metal for charged 
particles. Phys. Rev., 55:931. 
With D. Bohm 

A collective description of electron inter- 
actions. Phys. Rev., 55:338-354. 
With T. D. Lee 

The motion of slow electrons in polar crystals. 
Phys. Rev., 55:960-961. 



SEGALL, BENJAMIN, Post-doctoral Fellow 

Articles 

With J. S. Blair 

Impulse approximation and field theoretical 
calculations. I. Phys. Rev., 55:621-624. 

SEITZ, FREDERICK, Professor 
Articles 

Imperfections in nearly perfect crystals: a 

synthesis. Chap. I in Imperfections in 

nearly perfect crystals. John Wiley & 

Sons, Inc., N.Y. 76 pp. 

Radiation effects in solids. Phys. Today, 5: 

6-9. 
The plasticity of silicon and germanium. 

Phys. Rev., 55:722-724. 
On the generation of vacancies by moving dis- 
locations. Phil. Mag., i:43-90. 
With D. Dexter 

Effects of dislocations on mobilities in semi- 
conductors. Phys. Rev., 5<5:964-965. 

SINGWI, K. S., Research Associate 
Articles 

Entropy and specific heat of liquid He'. 

Phys. Rev., 57:540-541. 
Electron-lattice interaction and superconduc- 
tivity. Phys. Rev., 57:1044-1047. 
With D. Wroe, R. E. Peierls 

The polyneutron theory of the origin of the 
elements. Phys. Rev., 57:46-50. 

SLIFKIN, LAWRENCE, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With D. Lazarus, T. Tomisuka 

Diffusion of antimony into silver single 

crystals. /. apfl. Phys., 2i:1405. 
Self-diffusion in pure polycrystalline silver. 
/. appl. Phys., 2J: 1032-1034. 
With W. Kausmann 

The creep of zinc single crystals. /. appl. 
Phys., 23:746-733. 

STEPHENSON, LEE P., Research Assistant 

Articles 

With J. H. Bartlett 

Anodic behavior of iron in H2SO4. /. electro- 
chem. Soc, 99:504-512. 

SWAN, JOHN B., Research Associate 
Articles 

With R. D. Hill , 

Radioisotopes of OS. Phys. Rev., 55:831-835. 

TOMIZUKA, CARL T., Research Assistant 

Articles 

With L. Slifkin, D. Lazarus 

Self-diffusion in pure polycrystalline silver. 

/. Appl. Phys., 2j: 1032-1034. 
Diffusion of antimony into silver single crys- 
tals. /. appl. Phys., 2i:1405. 

WHEATLEY, JOHN, Instructor 
Articles 

With D. HaUiday 
Quenching of orthopositrohium decay by mag- 
netic field. Phys. Rev., 55:424. 

YAFET, YAKO, Research Associate 
Articles 

Calculation of g-factor of metallic sodium. 
Phys. Rev., 55:478. 
With C. Kittel 

Antiferromagnetic arrangements in ferrites. 
Phys. Rev., 57:290-294. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 43 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BERDAHL, CLARENCE A., Professor 
Articles 

(Cif/i R. S. Friedman, R. E. Scott, 
IV. C. IVimberly 

The Illinois democratic delegation of 1952. 
Report for Cooperative Research Project on 
Convention Delegations, Amer. Poli. Sci. 
Assn. 56 pp. Mimeo. 
IVith others 

Regional arrangements and the United 
Nations. Report of Commission to Study 
the Organization of Peace, 1952. 30 pp. 
Mimeo. 

Proposal for off-year national political conven- 
tions. Report of Committee on Political 
Parties, Amer. Poli. Sci. Assn, Amer. 
poli. Sci. Rev., 46:617 -621. 
Reviews 

Addresses upon the American road, by Her- 
bert Hoover. Western poli. Quart., 5:174- 
176. 

The court and the constitution, by Owen J. 
Roberts. Ann. Amer. Acad. Poli. Soc. Sci., 
2S0:18Q-\S2. 

Zachary Taylor: soldier in the White House, 
bv Holman Hamilton. U.S. Quart. Bk 
Rez:, 5:4-5. 

Presidential succession, by Ruth C. Silva. 
Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 46:895. 

EDELMAN, MURRAY, Assistant Professor 

Books 

ll'itli others 

Channels of employment — influences on the 
operations of public employment offices 
and other hiring channels in local job 
markets. University of Illinois Institute 
of Labor and Industrial Relations, Urbana. 
210 pp. 

Articles 

Governmental organization and public policy. 
Pub. Adm. Rev., 12,-i: 276-283. 

HAGAN, CHARLES B., Professor 
Reviews 

Democracy and the economic challenge, by 

Robert M. Maclver. Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 

46:919. 

KXEIER, CHARLES M., Professor 

Books 

With G. Fox 

Readings in municipal government and admin- 
istration. Rinehart & Co., N.Y. 512 pp. 

LEWIS, EDWARD G., Associate Professor 
Books 

Five chapters on France and Italy. In For- 
eign governments. 2d ed, ed. by Fritz 
Morstein Marx. Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y. 
Pp. 193-283. 
With Macdonald, Webb, Lewis, Strauss 

Outside readings in American government. 
2d ed. Crowell Publ. Co., N.Y. 884 pp. 

Articles 

A political scientist in the reference library. 
Coll. Res. Libr., ii:141-143,162. 

Reviews 

Political parties and the party system in 
Britain: a symposium, ed. Sydney D. 
Bailey. Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 46,4:1203. 



MANNER, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

The object theory of the individual in inter- 
national law. Amer. J. int. Law, •^6:428- 
449. 

PAGE, THOMAS, Instructor 
Books 

Legislative apportionment in Kansas. Uni- 
versity of Kansas Bureau of Government 
Research, Lawrence. 179 pp. 

Articles 

Local judicial activity. . Local Govt. Notes, 
35,5 pp. (Sept.). 

PELTASON, JACK W., Assistant Professor 
Books 

The reconversion controversy. Pp. 215-283 in 
Public administration and policy develop- 
ment, ed. Harold Stein. liarcourt. Brace 
& Co., N.Y. 
With J. M. Burns 

Government by the people: the dynamics of 
American national government. Prentice- 
Hall, N.Y. 946 pp. 
Government by the people: the dynamics of 
American state and local government. 
Prentice-Hall, N.Y. 158 pp. 

Reviews 

The sixth amendment to the constitution of 
the United States, by Francis H. Heller. 
Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 46:2S0. 

RANNEY, AUSTIN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The platforms, the parties, and the voter. 
Yale Rev., 42:10-20. 

Reviews 

Freedom is the right to choose, by Archi- 
bald MacLeish. Ann. Amer. Acad. Poli. 
Soc. Sci., 280:186. 

SCOTT, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Presidential election issues, 1952. University 
of Illinois Institute of Government and 
Public Affairs, Urbana. 72 pp. Mimeo. 
Bolivia, pp. 74-76; Chile, pp. 131-132; Colom- 
bia, pp. 148-163; Mexico, pp. 452-454; 
Americana Annual, 1952. 

SNIDER, CLYDE F., Professor 
Articles 

American county government: a mid-century 

review. Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 46:66-80, 
The twilight of the township. Nat. mutiicip. 
Rev., 41:390-396. 

WILSON, FRANCIS G., Professor 
Articles 

Selected articles and documents on political 
theory. Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 46:276-279, 
606-609,921-926,1221-1225. 
Reviews 

John Adams and the prophets of progress, by 
Zoltan Harasti. Amer. poli. Sci. Rev., 46: 
918-919. 

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

STODDARD, GEORGE D., President 
Articles 

There's a you in UNESCO. NBA J., 41,1: 

23-25. 
UNESCO: ideas and actions. /. nat. Assn 
Deans Women, i5,2:51-54. 



44 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



STODDARD, GEORGE D. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Education seen as a major weapon against 

communism. Toztrn Hall, 14, 11 (Mar.)- 
Educational research. Nation's Sell., 49,5: 

44-40. 
University services. Educ. Rec, 5i,4:5S3-SSS. 
Reviews 

Windows for the crown prince, by Elizabeth 
V'ining. Horn Book Mag., 28,4:252-253. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

BURROS, RAYMOND H., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Some criticisms of A mathematical model for 
simple learning. Psychol. Rev., 59:234-236. 

CATTELL, RAYMOND B., Research 

Professor 
Books 

Factor analysis: an introduction and manual. 
Harper & Bros., N.Y. 462 pp. 

Articles 

P-tecImique factorization and the determina- 
tion of individual dynamic structure. /. 
din. Psych., 8:5-10. 

An attempt at more refined definition of the 
cultural dimensions of syntality in modern 
nations. Amer. sociol. Rev., i7:408-421. 

The three basic factor-analytic research de- 
signs: their interrelations and derivatives. 
Psych. Bull., 49:499-520. 

liynamic and cognitive factors controlling 
misperception. /. abnorm. Soc. Psych., 47: 
797-809. 
With M. Adelson 

The dimensions of social change in the USA 
as determined by P-technique. Social 
Forces, 30:190-201. 
With A. E. Winder 

Structural rigidity in relation to learning 
theory and clinical psychology. Psych. 
Rev., 59:23-39. 
With A. Miller 

A confirmation of the ergic and self-sentiment 
patterns among dynamic traits (attitude 
variables) by R-tcchnique. Brit. J. Psych., 
43:280-294. 
With J. Z. Horowits 

Objective personality tests investigating the 
structure of altruism in relation to source 
traits A, H, and L. /. of Personality, 21: 
103-117. 

GAIER, EUGENE L., Research Associate 
Articles 

Selected personality variables and the learn- 
ing process. Psychol. Memo., (56:1-28. 
The criterion problem in the prediction of 
medical school success. /. appl. Psychol., 
36:316-322. 
The relationship between selected personality 
variables and thinking of students in dis- 
cussion classes. Sch. Rev., 60:404-411. 
Willi R. //. Simpson, S. Jones 

An index of resourcefulness in attacking 
professional problems. Sch. Rev., 60:535- 
540. 

GILBERT, WILLIAM M., Associate Professor 
and Director of Student Counseling Bureau 

Books 

Counseling: therapy and diagnosis. Pp. 351- 
380 in Annual review of psychology, ed. 
Calvin P. Stone. Vol. III. 462 pp. 



GRICE, G. ROBERT, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Simultaneous acquisition of differential re- 
sponse strength to two stimulus dimensions. 
J. Gen. Psychol., 47:65-70. 
With B. Reynolds 

Effect of varying amounts of rest on con- 
ventional and bilateral transfer 'reminis- 
cence'. /. Exp. Psychol., 44:247-252. 

HUNT, J. M., Professor 
Articles 

Editorial for the Morton Prince memorial 

supplement. /. abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 47: 
289-290. 
Toward an integrated program of research on 
psychotherapy. /. consult. Psychol., 16:237- 
246. 
Psychological services in the tactics of psy- 
chological science. Amer. Psychologist, /: 
608-622. 
With E. Stellar, H. Schlosberg, R. L. Solomon 
The effect of illumination on hoarding be- 
havior. /. comp. physiol. Psychol., -#5:504- 
507. 
With N. Kogan, L. S. Kogan 

Expansion and extension of use of the move- 
ment scale. Soc. Caseivk, 33:10-12. 

Reviews 

Social science and psychotherapy for children, 
by Otto Pollak. Ann. Amer. Acad. poli. 
soc. Sci., 282:155-156. 

KAPPAUF, WILLIAM E., Professor 

Articles 

IVith M. C. Payne, Jr. 

A selected annotated bibliography on pro- 
cedures used in activity analysis. Research 
Note TecJi: 52-8, Project: 507-011-0001, 
Headquarters Human Resources Research 
Center, Air Training Command, Lackland 
AFB, San Antonio, Texas. 

Reviews 

Handbook of experimental psycology, ed. S. 
S. Stevens. Psychol. Bull., 2:180-182. 

KLARE, GEORGE R., Research Associate 
Articles 

A note on Simplification of Flesch reading 
ease formula. /. appl. Psychol., 36:53. 

A table for rapid determination of Dale-Chall 
readability scores. Educ. Res. Bull., 31: 
42-47. 

Measures of the readability of written com- 
munication: an evaluation. /. educ. Psy- 
chol., 43:385-399. 

LANIER, LYLE H., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Contract research as a problem in the sociol- 
ogy of science. Amer. Psychol., 12:707-709. 
Reviews 

Handbook of experimental psychology, ed. S. 
S. Stevens. Psychol. Bull., 2:156-158. 

LOUTTIT, CHAUNCEY M., Professor, Assist- 
ant to the Provost and Associate Dean of 
the Graduate College 
Reviews 

The administration of American public 
schools, by Harlan L. Hagman. Ed. Admin. 
Superv., 55:123-125. 
Readings in modern methods of counseling, by 
Arthur H. Brayfield. Ment. Hyg., 36:296- 
297. 
School law, by Madaline Kinter Remmlein. 
Ed. Admin. Superv., 55:183-184. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 45 



Children from seed to sapling, by Marcha 
May Reynolds. /. Educ. Psychol., 43:253- 
254. 

The fundamentals of public school administra- 
tion, by Ward G. Reeder. Ed. Admin. 
Superv., j5:314. 

-McQUITTY, LOUIS L., Professor 
Articles 

Effective items in the measurement of person- 
ality integration. Educ. Psychol. Measmt, 
12:117-125. 
Another method of measuring personality in- 
tegration. Educ. Psychol. Measmt, 12:720- 
729. 

MOWRER, O. HOBART, Research Professor 
Articles 

Learning theory. Rn'. educ. Res., 22:475- 
495. 

Learning theory and the neurotic fallacy. 
J. Amer. Orthopsych., 22:679-689. 

Motivation. Annu. Rev. Psychol., 5:419-438. 

Neurosis and its treatment as learning phe- 
nomena. Prog. din. Psychol., i:312-323. 

The autism theory of speech development and 
some clinical applications. /. Speech Hear. 
Dis., 77:263-268. 

O'KELLY, LAWRENCE I., Professor 
Reviews 

The study of instincts, by N. Tinbergen. 
Psychol. Bull., ^9:642-644. 

OSGOOD, CHARLES E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The nature and measurement of meaning. 
Psychol. Bull., 49:197-227. 
With A. IV. Heyer 

A reinterpretation of figural after-effect phe- 
nomena. Psychol. Rev., 59:98-118. 
With G. J. Suci 

A measure of relation determined by both 
mean difference and profile information. 
Psychol. Bull., 49:251-262. 
Reviews 

Language and communication, by George A. 
Miller. Psychol. Bull., 49:361-362. 

PAYNE, MAXWELL C, JR., Research 
Associate 

Articles 

With W. E. Kappauf 

A selected annotated bibliography on pro- 
cedures used in activity analysis. Research 
Note Tech: 52-8, Project: 507-011-0001, 
Headquarters Human Resources Research 
Center, Air Training Command, Lackland 
AFR, San Antonio, Texas, July. 

PAYNE, THOMAS A., Research Associate 

Articles 

A study of the moving part, heading presenta- 
tion, and map detail on pictorial air naviga- 
tion displays. Port Washington, N.Y., U.S. 
Navy, Special Devices Center, Technical 
Report SPECDEVCEN 71-16-10. 27 pp. 

ROSEN, HJALMAR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Ruth A. Hudson 

Union practices and policies — the members' 
view — a preliminary report. Cur. econ. 
Comm., 14:72-77. 
Reviews 

Union solidarity, by Arnold M. Rose. /. appl. 
Psychol., i<5:354-355. 



STAGNER, ROSS, Professor 
Books 

With T. F. Karzuoski 
Psychology. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y. 
582 pp. 

Articles 

With A. R. Hybl 

Frustration tolerance in relation to diagnosis 
and therapy. J. consult. Psychol., 16:163- 
170. 
With D. R. Flebbe and E. V. Wood 

Working on the railroad: a study of job 
satisfaction. Pers. Psychol., 5:293-306. 
Reviews 

Psychological analysis of economic behavior, 
bv George Katona. Htnnan Relations, 5: 
417-418. 

STOLUROW, LAWRENCE M., Research 
Associate 

Articles 

With A. W. Bendig 

Rodent behavior in the presence of barriers: 
in. Testing of chemical deterrents. /. 
comp. Phvsiol. Psychol., -^5:103-107. 
IVith G. R. Pascal 

Delayed reaction for form and place con- 
trasted. /. comp Physiol. Psychol., 45:294- 
299. 

THLSTLETHWAITE, DONALD L., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Conditions of irrelevant-incentive learning. /. 

comp. Physiol. Psychol., 45:517-525. 
Reply to Kendler and Maltzman. Psychol. 

Dull., 49:61-71. 

WRIGLEY, CHARLES F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The prediction of a complex aptitude. Brit. J. 
Psychol., Statist. Sect, 5:93-104. 
With J. O. Neuhaiis 

A re-factorization of the Burt-Pearson matrix. 
Brit. J. Psychol., Statist. Sect., 5:105-108. 

YOUNG, PAUL T., Professor 
Articles 

The role of hedonic processes in the organiza- 
tion of behavior. Psychol. Rev., 59:249-262. 
With H. W. Richey 

Diurnal drinking patterns in the rat. /. comp. 
Phxsiol. Psychol., 45:80-89. 
With A. W. Heyer, H. W. Richey 

Drinking patterns in the rat following vi'ater 
deprivation and subcutaneous injections of 
sodium chloride. /. comp. Physiol. Psychol., 
45:90-95. 



SMALL HOMES COUNCIL 

HARRELL, RAYMON H., Research Associate 
Articles 

Roof truss designs for standard and special 

conditions — cost and construction problems. 

Proc. 7th annu. Short Course Resident. 

Constr., Univ. III. Small Homes Coun. 

(Jan.). 

JONES, RUDARD A., Assistant Director and 

Associate Professor of Architecture 
Articles 

Your home — 1902 to 1952. Pop. Mech. 

(May); Spanish ed. (July). 
Space use in houses — construction of lab- 
oratory and research procedure. Proc. 7th 
annu. Short Course Resident. Constr., 
Univ. III. Small Homes Coun. (Jan.). 



46 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



KAPPLE, WILLIAM H., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Low cost closet wall design. Proc. 7th annu. 

Short Course Resident. Constr., Univ. III. 

Small Homes Coun. (Jan.). 
Design and development of non-load bearing 

partition. Froc. 6th annu. nat. Meet. Forest 

Prod. Res. Soc. 
Low cost design for wall closet. Canad. 

IVoodzvkr, pp. 42-43 (May 1). 
Closet wall construction. Univ. III. Small 

Homes Coun. Instr. Sheet Ser. 



SOCIAL WORK, SCHOOL OF 

SIMON, W. PAUL, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Social group work in camping. Off. Proc. 

nat. Conf. Social Work, pp. 194-204. 

STEVENSON; MARIETTA. Professor and 
Director of School 

Reviews 

Community planning for human services, by 
Bradley Buell et al. Ann. Amer. Acad, 
poli. Soc. ScL, 281:222-223. 

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 

ALBIG, JOHN W., Professor of Sociology and 

Chairman of Department 
Articles 

Good and evil from the press. Ann. Amer. 

Acad. poli. Soc. Sci., pp. 105 ff. (Mar.). 
Propaganda. In Encyclopaedia Americana. 
4500 words. 
Reviews 

Content analysis in communication research, 
by Bernard Berelson. Ann. Amer. Acad. 
poli. Soc. Sci. (Sept.). 

BIERSTEDT, ROBERT, Associate Professor 

of Sociology 
Articles 

Sociological theory: work in progress. Amer. 
social. Rev., 17:78-83. 
Reviews 

The counter-revolution of science, by F. A. 
Hayek. Amer. social. Rev., i7: 629-630. 

Positivism, by Richard von Mises. Sat. Rev. 
Lit., 35:35 (Mar. 22). 

The quest for Utopia, by Glenn Negley and 
J. Max Patrick; The independent mind, by 
Corliss Lamont; The stumbling block, by 
Francois Mauriac; and Poetry, religion 
and the spiritual life, by George F. 
Thomas. Sat. Rev. Lit., i5: 34,35 (May 
10). 

The philosophy of communism, by Giogio La 
Pira and others; Essays in east-west 
philosophy, edited by Charles A. Moore; 
The bias of communication, by Harold A. 
Innis. Sat. Rev. Lit., 35:26,53 (June 14). 

Six existentialist thinkers, by H. J. Black- 
ham; Bertrand Russell's dictionary of 
mind, matter and morals, edited by Lester 
E. Dennon; The counter-revolution of sci- 
ence, by F. A. Hayek. Sat. Rev. Lit., 35: 
15,40-41 (Oct. 11). 

McGregor, JOHN C, Professor of 
Anthropology 

Articles 

The Havana site: in Hopewell communities 
in Illinois, edited by Thorne Deuel. Illi- 
nois State Museum, Scientific Papers, 5. 
Springfield. 52 pp. 



Reviews 

Kincaid, a prehistoric Illinois metropolis, by 
F. C!. Cole, and others. Amer. J. 
Archaeol. 

MUNSON, BYRON E., Research Associate in 

Sociology 
Articles 

Consumer attitudes. Mktg, i-22-24, 62-64. 
Housing likes and dislikes. Proc. 7th Annu. 
Short Course Resident. Cotistr., pp. 6-10. 
Housing trends and furniture demand. Nat. 
Furn. Rev., pp. 66-78 (Nov.). 

TAFT, DONALD R., Professor of Sociology 
Reviews 

Peace, war and you, by Jerome Davis. Amer. 
social. Rev., J7: 634-635. 

ZIMMER]MAN, BEN., Research Associate in 

Anthropology 
Articles 

Race relations in the arid Sertao. Pp. 82-142 

in Race and class in rural Brazil, edited 

by Charles Wagley. Published by 

UNESCO. 

ZNANIECKI, FLORIAN, Professor of 

Sociology Emeritus 
Books 

Cultural sciences: their origin and develop- 
ment. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 
438 pp. 

Modern nationalities. University of Illinois 
Press, Urbana. 196 pp. 
Articles 

Should a sociologist also be a philosopher 
of values. Social, soc. Res., 37,2:79-84. 

The present and the future of sociology of 
knowledge. Pp. 248-255 in Soziologische 
Forschung in Un Serer Zeit (in honor of 
Leopold Von Wiese).. Westdeutscher 
Verlag, Cologne, Germany. 

SPANISH AND ITALIAN 

ELLISON, FRED P., Instructor 
Reviews 

Brazilian Portuguese idiom list, by Charles 

B. Brown and Milton L. Shane. Romance 

Philol., 5:335. 

KAHANE, HENRY R., Professor 

Articles 

With Rcnce Kahane 

Mediterranean words (1. gondola; 2. charla- 
tan; 3. French sasse; Italian sassola). 
Romance Philol., 5:174-180. 

SPEECH 

BEHRINGER, CLARA, Instructor 
Reviews 

Anton Chekov: three plays, trans, by EHsa- 

veta Fen. Educ. Theatre J., 4:274. 
Henrik Ibsen: three plays, trans, by Una 
Ellis-Fermer. Educ. Theatre J., 4:274. 

CURRY, E. THAYER, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Analysis of hearing loss patterns in a rural 
Illinois school system: a comparison of 
spring and fall audiometric thresholds. 
Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryng., di, 2: 389-395. 
Analysis of hearing loss patterns in a rural 
Illinois school system: a study of ears re- 
ceiving medical treatment. Arch. Otolaryng., 
Chicago, 56:361-366. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 47 



GULLEY, HALBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois, by Noel F. 
Busch. Quart. J. Speech, i«:3Sl. 

HEWITT, BERNARD, Professor 

Books 

With J. F. Foster, Muriel S. Wolle 

Plav production: theory and practice. J. B. 
Lippincott Co., Philadelphia. 488 pp. 

Articles 

Pure repertory: New York theatre, 1809. 

Theatre Ati'nu., 10:28-39. 
Theatre U.S.A.: actual and potential. Quart. 
J. Speech, iS: 385-396. 

HOCHMUTH, MARIE K., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Kenneth Burke and the new rhetoric. Quart. 
J. Speech. i5: 133-144 (Apr.). 

Reviews 

Critics and criticism, ancient and modern, by 
R. S. Crane, VV. R. Keast, Richard Mc- 
Keon, Norman Maclean, Elder Olson, 
Bernard Weinberg, edited with and intro- 
duction by R. S. Crane. Quart. J. Speech, 
38:352 (Oct.). 

HULTZEN, LEE S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Pronunciation. Elem. Educ, 29:402-406,413. 
On constitutional problems of the Speech 
Association of America. Quart. J. Speech, 
i<S:464. 
Reviews 

The alphabet: a key to the history of man- 
kind, by David Diringer. Quart. J. Speech, 
38:99-100. 

KUBLY, HERBERT O., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The outdoor people's theater of Europe. 
Educ. Theatre J., pp. 97-103 (May). 

McILRATH, PATRICIA, Instructor 
Reviews 

How to speak the written word, by Nedra 

Newkirk Lamar. Speech Teach., 1:65 

(Jan.). 

Little plays for little players, ed Sylvia E. 

Kamerman. Speech Teach., 1:216 (Sept.). 

MUELLER, HENRY L., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Achievement tests, by Walter W. Cook. 

Speech Teach., i:144. 
Thorndike-Barnhart high school dictionary, 
by E. L. Thorndike and Clarence L. 
Barnhart. Speech Teach., i: 289-290. 
Phonograph records: Robert Frost reading 
his poems; and Voices of freedom. Speech 
Teach., i: 66-68. 

MURPHY, RICHARD, Professor 
Articles 

The election of 1952: Adlai Stevenson in 

the campaign. Quart. J. Speech, 38:402- 

406. 

NADEAU, RAYMOND E., Instructor 
Articles 

Oratorical formulas in seventeenth-century 

England. Quart. J. Speech, 55:149-154. 
The Progymtiasmata of Aphthonius in trans- 
lation. Speech Monogr.. iP: 264-285. 



Reviews 

Plato's Gargias, trans. W. C. Helmbold. 
Quart. J. Speech, i«:481. 

PARRISH, WAYLAND M., Professor 
Articles 

The burglarizing of Burgh. Quart. J. 
Speech, 55:431-434. 

Reviews 

City of discontent, by Mark Harris. Quart. 
J. Speech, 55:474-475. 



THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

BORESI, ARTHUR P., Instructor 

Articles 

Coefficients of irregularity of a rotating sys- 
tem considering torsional elasticity of the 
shaft. Proc. 1st U.S. Cong. appl. Mech. 

CLARK, MARLYN E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. T. Corten, O. M. Sidebottom 

Peculiar behavior of steel beams under dead 

loads that produce inelastic strains. Trans. 

Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 7'?,3: 349-354. 

CORTEN, HERBERT T., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With M. E. Clark, O. M. Sidebottom 

Peculiar behavior of steel beams under 

dead loads that produce inelastic strains. 

Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,3: 

349-354. 
With T. M. Elscsser 
The effect of slightly elevated-temperature 

treatment upon microscopic and submicro- 

scopic residual stresses induced by small 

inelastic strains in metals. Trans. Amer. 

Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,8:1297-1302. 
With T. M. Elscsser, O. M. Sidebottom 

The influence of aging on the Bauschinger 

effect in inelastically strained beams. 

Trans. Amer. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,8: 

1291-1296. 

CRAMER, RALPH E., Research Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Investigation of failures in railroad rails. 

Proc. Amer. Rly Engng Assn, 55:843-849. 
Tenth progress report of the shelly rail 

studies at the University of Illinois. Proc. 

Amer. Rly Engng Assn, 55:902-915. 
Investigation of shelly rail failures. Proc. 

Amer. Rly Engng Assn, 55:1158-1161. 
Resistance of special rails to shelling. Rly 

Engng Maint., 48:1199. 

DOLAN, THOMAS J., Research Professor 

and Head of Department 
Articles 

European research on the behavior of ma- 
terials and experimental stress analysis. 
Spec. Rep. Contract N6-ori-71, Task Order 
IV (ONR). .Mater. Meth., p. 93. (June). 
How can we appraise metals for "high- 
temperature? Metal Progr., 61,3:55 
(Mar. J. 
Problems of metallic fatigue at high temper- 
ature. Metal Progr., 61,4:97 (Apr.). 
With C. S. Yen 
A critical review of the criteria for notch- 
sensitivity in fatigue of metals. Bull. Ill, 
Engng Exp. Sta., 398. 



48 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



DOLAX, THOMAS J. (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

IVith H. F. Brown 

Effect of prior repeated stressing on the 
fatiKue life of 75S-T aluminum. Tecli. 
Rep. No. 29, ONR Contract N6-ori-71, 
Task Order IV (Apr.); Amcr. Soc. Test. 
Mat. Preprint 91 (June). 

With R. IV. Karry 

Influence of grain size on notch-sensitivity. 
Tech. Rep. No. 30, ONR Contract N6-ori- 
71. Task Order IV, June. 

With G. M. Sinclair 

Effect of stress amplitude on statistical vari- 
ability in fatigue life of 75S-T6 aluminum 
alloy. Tech. Rep. No. 31, ONR Contract 
N6-ori-71, T.O. IV (July); Amcr. Soc. 
meek. Engrs, Preprint 52-A-82 (Dec). 

ELSESSER, THADDEUS M., Instructor 
Articles 

With O. M. Sidebottom, H. T. Corten 

The influence of aging on the Bauschinger 
effect in elastically strained beams. Trans. 
Amcr. Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,8:1291-1296. 

With H. T. Corten 

The effect of slightly elevated-temperature 
treatment upon microscopic and subniicro- 
scopic residual stresses induced by small 
inelastic strains in metals. Trans. Amer. 
Soc. mech. Engrs, 74,8:1297-1302. 

FINDLEY, WILLIAM N., Research Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Fatigue of 76S-T61 aluminum alloy under 

combined bending and torsion. Proc. Amer. 

Soc. Test. Mat., 52. Preprint No. 97. 

16 pp. 
Derivation of a stress-strain equation from 

creep data for plastics. Proc. 1st nat. 

Cong. appl. Mech., Paper No. 108, pp. 

595-601. 
Discussion. Prediction of creep curves from 

stress-strain data, by H. Pao and J. Marin. 

Proc. Amcr. Soc. Test. Mat., 52. 
Discussion. Plastic-flovif and work-hardening 

phenomena in fixed-deflection fatigue tests 

of magnesium alloys, by E. 11. Schnette. 

Proc. Amer. Soc. Test. Mat., 52. 
Discussion. ASTM terms relating to methods 

of testing. Bull. Amer. Soc. Test. Mat., 

185:25-26. 
With B. A. Century, C. P. Hendrickson 

Fatigue tests under axial loads of aluminum 

joints bonded with a resinous adhesive. 

Bull. Amer. Soc. Test. Mat., 179:67-71. 
With P. G. Jones, W. I. Mitchell, 

R. L. Sutherland 
Fatigue machines for low temperature and 

for miniature specimens. Bull. Amer. Soc. 

Test. Mat., 184:53-55. 
Reviews 

Elastoiners and plastomers, their chemistry, 

physics, and technology, 1, general theory, 

by R. Honwick. Appl. Mech. Rev., 5,9: 

398 (rev. no. 2627). 

HOGNESTAD, EIVIND, Research Associate 

Professor 
Books 

What do we know about diagonal tension 
and web reinforcement in concrete? Circ. 
III. Engng Exp. Sta., 64. 47 pp. (Mar.). 
Articles 

Fundamental concepts in ultimate load design 
of reinforced concrete members. /. Amer. 
Concr. Inst., Proc, 48:809-828 (June). 
Inelastic behavior in tests of eccentrically 
loaded short reinforced concrete columns. 
/. Amer. Concr. Inst., Proc, </9: 117-139. 
(Oct.). 



JENSEN, RUSSELL S., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Tenth progress report of the rolling-load 

tests of joint bars. Proc. Amer. Rly 

Engng Assn, 53:878-892. 
Joint bar research at the University of 

Illinois. Address at AREA convention, 

Chicago, March. Proc. Amer. Rly Engng 

Assn, 5i: 1161-1164. 

JONES, PAUL G., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With IV. N. Findley, W. I. Mitchell, 
R. L. Sutherland 
Fatigue machines for low temperature and 
for miniature specimens. Bull. Amer. Soc. 
Test. Mat., 184:53-56. 

LANGHAAR, HENRY L., Professor 
Articles 

Torsion of curved beams of rectangular cross 

section. /. appl. Mech., 19,1 (Mar.). 
Note on energy of bending of plates. /. appl. 
Mech., i9,2'(June). 
Reviews 

Differential geometry, by D. J. Struik. /. 

appl. Mech., 19,2 (June). 
Fluid and particle mechanics, by C. E. 
Lapple and others. /. appl. Mech., 19, \ 
(Mar.). 

SEELY, FRED B., Professor Emeritus 

Books 

With N. E. Ensign 

Analytical mechanics for engineers. 4th ed. 
John Wiley & Sons, N.Y. 443 pp. 
With J. O. Smith 

Advanced mechanics of materials. 2d ed. 
John Wiley & Sons, N.Y. 680 pp. 

SIDEBOTTOM, OMAR M., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With H. T. Corten, M. E. Clark 

Peculiar behavior of steel beams under dead 
loads that produce inelastic strains. Trans. 
Amcr. Soc. mech. Engrs, 7'?,3: 349-354. 
With T. M. Elsesser, H. T. Corten 
The influence of aging on the Bauschinger 
effect in inelastically strained beams. 
Trans. Amer. Soc mech. Engrs, 74,8: 
1291-1296. 

SMITH, JAMES O., Professor 

Books 

With F. B. Seely 

Advanced mechanics of materials. 2d ed. 
John Wiley & Sons, N.Y. 680 pp. 

VIEST, IVAN M., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

With C. P. Sirss, N. M. Newmark 

Studies of slab and beam highway bridges. 
Part III, small-scale tests of shear con- 
nectors and composite T-beams. Bull. III. 
Engng E.vp. Sta. 396. 133 pp. 
With C. P. Siess, J. H. Appleton, 
N. M. Ncimnark 
Studies of slab and beam highway bridges. 
Part IV, full-scale tests of channel shear 
connectors and composite T-beams. Bull. 
111. Engng Exp. Sta., 405. 155 pp. 
Reviews 

"Bohemian Dome" roofs of reinforced con- 
crete, by K. Hruban. Proc. Amer. Concr. 
Inst., 48:70. 
Cylindrical reinforced concrete shells, by 
K. Hruban. Proc. Amer. Concr. Inst., 
48:163. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 49 



VETERINARY MEDICINE, COLLEGE OF 

BEAMER, PAUL D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Studies on Newcastle disease. IX. Experi- 
mental vaccination of chicks against New- 
castle disease. /. Amer. vet. tncd. Assn, 
119:26-27. 
With N. D. Levine, Ethel McNeil 
Hexamita (Protozoa: Mastigophora) from 
the golden pheasant. 7. Parasitol., 38:90. 

BOLEY, LLOYD E., Professor and Head of 
Department of Veterinary Clinical 
Medicine 

Articles 

Bovine anesthesia. Vet. Med., 47:267-269, 
279. 

BRYAN, HAROLD S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Porcine anthrax in Illinois. Mich. St. Coll. 
Vet., 13:19-21. 
With J. W. Osborne, H. Q nastier, 
H. E. Rhoades 
X-irradiation and bacteremia studies on 
roentgen death in mice, IV, Amer. J. 
Physiol., i70:-ll4-417. 

IVENS, VIRGINIA, Assistant 

Articles 

With .V. D. Le-jine 

The effect of some N-heterocyclic compounds 
on the developmental stages of horse 
strongyles. Amer. J. vet. Res., 13:520-325. 

LEVINE, NORMAN D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Listeriosis, botulism, erysipelas and goose in- 
fluenza. Chap. 15, pp. 403-42S in Diseases 
of poultry, 3d ed. Iowa State College 
Press, Ames. 

Eimeria dicrostonicis n. sp., a protozoan 
parasite of the lemming, and other para- 
sites from Arctic rodents. Trans. III. 
Acad. Sci., 44:205-20?,. 

Eimeria mayiialabia and Tyszeria sp. (Proto- 
zia: Eimeriidae) from the Canada goose. 
Cornell Vet., 42:247-252. 

Background to science. Biologist, 34:95-103. 
With R. Graham, Ethel McNeil 

Microscopic diagnosis of parasitism in domes- 
tic animals. Circ. III. agric. exp. Sta., 698. 
135 pp. 
With P. D. Beamer, Ethel McNeil 

Hexamita (Protozoa: Mastigophora) from the 
golden pheasant. /. Parasitol., 38 :90. 
With H. C. Hanson, C. W. Kossack 

Blood protozoa of the mourning dove. Proc. 
Soc. ProtozooL, 3:2. 
With Virginia Ivens 

The toxic action of some detergents on the 
eggs and larvae of horse strongyles (Nema- 
toda: Strongylidae). /. Parasitol., 38 
(suppl.) :32. 

The effect of some N-heterocyclic compounds 
on the developmental stages of horse stron- 
gyles. Amer. J. vet. Res., Ji:520-S25. 

McNEIL, ETHEL, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. R. Hinshaw 

Staphylococcosis (synovitis) in turkeys. Poult. 
Sci., ii :320-327. 
With R. Graham, N. D. Levine 

Microscopic diagnosis of parasitism in domes- 
tic animals. Circ. III. agric. Exp. Sta., 698. 
135 pp. 



MORRILL, CHARLES C, Professor 
Articles 

Studies on baby pig mortality. VIII. Chemi- 
cal observations on the newborn pig with 
special reference to hypoglycemia. Amer. 
I. vet. Res., io: 164-1 70. 

Studies on baby pig mortality. IX. Some 
morphological observations on the newborn 
pig with special reference to hypoglycemia. 
Amer. J. vet. Res., iJ: 171-180. 

Studies on baby pig mortality. X. Influence 
of environmental temperature on fasting 
newborn pigs. Amer. J. vet. Res., 13: 
322-324. 

Studies on baby pig mortality. XI. A note 
on the influence of fasting on body tem- 
perature, body weight, and liver weight 
of the newborn pig. Amer. J. vet. Res., 
ii: 325-326. 
With J. Sampson 

Studies on baby pig mortality. A note on 
the influence of ingestion of distilled water, 
physiological saline, and glucose solutions 
on fasting newborn pigs. Amer. I. vet. 
Res., Jo: 327-329. 

PRATT, D. W., Instructor 
Articles 

A study of postvaccinal (hog cholera) losses. 
Amer. I. vet. Res., Ji: 526-530. 

RHOADES, HARRY E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Osborne, H. S. Bryan, H. Quastler 
X-irradiation and bacteremia. Studies on 
roentgen death in mice, IV. Amer. J. 
Physiol., 170:414-417. 

SAMPSON, JESSE, Professor and Head of 
Department of Veterinary Physiology 
and Pharmacology 

Articles 

With C. C. Morrill 

Studies on baby pig mortality. XII. A note 
on the influence of ingestion of distilled 
water, physiological saline, and glucose 
solutions on fasting newborn pigs. Amer. 
J. vet. Res., Ji: 327-329. 

WOODS, GEORGE T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Swine brucellosis testing in Illinois (all 
laboratories) 1951. ///. Ext. Serv. Agric. 
Home Econ., Timely Topics (Jan.). 

Anthrax. ///. Ext. Serv. Agric. Home Econ., 
Timely Topics (Apr.). 

Tuberculin and Johnin demonstration; tuber- 
culin testing in Illinois, 1951. ///. Ext. 
Serv. Agric. Home Econ., Timely Topics 
(Apr.). ■ . 

Anthrax in Illinois. ///. Ext. Serv. Agric. 
Home Econ., Timely Topics (June). 

Bovine Leptospirosis in Illinois. ///. Ext. 
Serv. Agric. Home Econ., Timely Topics 

Vesicular exanthema of swine and differ- 
ential diagnosis of vesicular diseases. ///. 
Ext. Serv. Agric. Home Econ., Timely 
Topics (Aug.). 

Current Illinois news briefs in Veterinary 
Medicine. ///. Ext. Serv. Agric. Home 
Econ., Timely Topics (Oct.). 
With H. B. Petty 

Cattle mange. ///. Ext. Serv. Agric. Home 
Econ., Timely Topics (Feb.). 
With R. A. Thompson _ - 

Summary of brucellosis testing by counties. 
///. Ext. Serv. Agric. Home Econ., Timely 
Topics (Mar.). 



50 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ZOOLOGY 

ADAMSTONE, FRANK B., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Structure of the Golpfi apparatus of spinal 
ganglion cells as shown by the application 
of desilvering methods to standard Da 
Fano preparations. J. Morph., 90,2:201- 
215. 

With A. B. Taylor 

A study of the Golgi apparatus in spinal 
ganglion cells of the pig using fresh frozen 
sections. /. Morph., 90,2:217-241. 

CLARK, CARL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Problems in cell chemistry, with applications 
of infrared absorption and x-ray diffraction 
techniques. Appl. Spectra., 6:1-4. 
With J. B. Kitzmiller 

Salivary gland chromosomes in Culex mos- 
quitoes. Genetics, 37:596. 
Reviews 
Analytical absorption spectroscopy: absorp- 
timetry and colorimetry, ed. by M. G. 
Mellon. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 36:243- 
244. 

FISHER, HARVEY I., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The validity of the fossil crane Griis natv- 

nodes. Condor, 54:205-206. 
Reviews 

The wood pigeon in Britain, by M. K. Col- 

quhoun. Auk, 69:108. 
Mobility of the sharp-tailed grouse in relation 

to its ecology and distribution, by F. N. 

and Frances Hamerstrom. Auk, (59:111-112. 
The effect of orally administered synthetic oes- 
trogen (hexoestrol) on the male fowl, by 

F. Skaller and G. W. Grigg. Auk, 69:117. 
A possible navigation sense in the ear of birds, 

by William J. Beecher. Auk, 69:209. 
The cestoda of anseriformes of the north 

central states, by Everett L. Schiller. Auk, 

69:219. 
De Watervogels van Belgie (Met Uitzonder- 

ing der Eendvogels en der Steltlopers), by 

R. Verheyen. Auk, 69:221-222. 
Phylogeny of the waxwings and allied birds, 

by M. Dale Arvey. Auk, (59:333-334. 
Condizioni faunistico-venatorie dell'Estuario 

Veneto, by Lamberto Leporati. Auk, 69:341. 
Birds from Liberia, by A. L. Rand. Auk, 69: 

344. 

The bird: its life and structure, by Gertrude 

Hess. Auk, 69:477-478. 
Check-list of North American birds north of 

the Mexican border, by J. E. Keays. Auk. 

69:478. 

HALL, B. VINCENT, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Growth of tumor fragments x-radiated in 

vitro following pretreatment with cysteine. 

Cancer Res., 12:787-792. 

INGLE, LESTER, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Chronic oral toxicity of chlordan to rats. 
Arch, industr. Hyg., (5:357-367. 

KENDEIGH, S. CHARLES, Professor 
Books 

Parental care and its evolution in birds. 

University of Illinois Press, Urbana. Biol. 

Monogr. Ser., 22. x + 356 pp. 



Articles 

In memoriam: Lynds Jones. Auk, 69:257-264. 
With D. James 

Winter bird-population study: oak-inaple forest 
and forest-edge. Audubon Field Notes, 
6:227. 
With D. James, C. Weise 

Sixteenth breeding-bird census: oak-maple 
forest and forest-edge. Audubon Field 
Notes, 6:310-311. 
Reviews 

Distribution and populations of summer birds 
in southwestern Georgia, by Robert A. 
Norris. Ecology, Jj:311. 

An analysis of the distribution of the birds of 
California, by Alden H. Miller. Auk, 69: 
471-473. 

Body insulation, heat regulation, and adapta- 
tion to cold in Arctic and tropical mammals 
and birds, by P. F. Scholander, Raymond 
Hock, Vladimir Walters, Laurence Irving, 
and Fred Johnson. Auk, 69:98-101. 

KITZMILLER, JAMES B., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Inbred strains of Culex mosquitoes. Science, 
116:66-67. 
With C. Clark 

Salivary gland chromosomes in Culex mos- 
quitoes. Genetics, 37:596. 

KUDO, RICHARD R., Professor 

Articles 

The genus Pelomyxa. Trans. Amer. micr. 
Soc, 7i:108-113. 

ROSE, S. MERYL, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Induction of regeneration in limbs of lizards. 
Yearbk Amer. phil. Soc, 1951, pp. 134-135. 

Interaction of tumor agents and normal cellu- 
lar components in amphibia. Ann. N. Y. 
Acad. Sci., 5-^: 11 10-11 19. 

A hierarchy of self-limiting reactions as the 
basis of cellular differentiation and growth 
control. Amer. Nat., 86 (Nov.). 
With Florence C. Rose 

Tumor agent transformations in amphibia. 
Cancer Res., 12:1-12. 

SHOEMAKER, HURST H., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Fish home areas of Lake Myosotis, New York. 
Copeia, 2:83-87. 
With H. M. Hefley 

The occurrence of Branchiostoma (Amphi- 
oxus) in Mississippi and Louisiajia. Sci- 
ence, 115 (2976) :48. 
With J. E. Matthev.'s 
Fishes using Ctenophores for shelter. Copeia, 
4:270. 



SMITH, HOBART M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Commentary on the identity of Coluber dolt- 
atus. Herpetologica, 8:26-27. 

Support for the proposal relating to the trivial 
name "sirtalis" Linnaeus, 1758 (as pub- 
lished in the combination "Coluber sirtalis") 
(Class Reptilia) submitted by Dr. Hem- 
(ion G. Dowling. Bull, jsool. Nam., 6:215- 
216. 



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Support for the proposals submitted by Dr. 
Laurence M. Klauber regarding the trivial 
names "atrox" Baird & Girard, 1853 (as 
published in the combination "Crotalua 
atrox") and "polysticta" Cope, 1S65 (as 
published in the combination "Caudisona 
polysticta") respectively (Class Reptilia, 
Order Squamata). Bull. sool. Nam., 6:256. 

The significance of non-sexual dichromatism in 
snakes of western United States. Hcrpeto- 
Iffgica, 5:94. 

A behavioral analog of brillar eyelids in 
spectacled geckos. Herpetohgica, S :95-96. 

A revised arrangement of maxillarv fangs of 
snakes. Turtox News, 50,12:214-218. 

IVith P. W. Smith 

Geographic variation in the lizard Extmeces 
anthracinus. Kans. Univ. Set. B^iIl., 34 
(Part II), 11:679-694. 
Xotas Sobre Algunos Anfibios y Reptiles 
Colectados en El estado de Chiapas. An. 
Inst. Biol., Univ. Uex., 22,2:557-564. 

WUh L. \V. Ramsey 
A new turtle from Texas. lVasma7in J. 
Biol., J0,1: 45-54. 

mth O. Sanders 

Distributional data on Texan amphibians and 

reptiles. Texas J. Sci., i,2:204-219. 
Terrapene Carolina major in Arkansas. Her- 
petologiea, 8:93. 
With P. W. Smith, J. E. Werler 

Notes on a collection of amphibians and 
reptiles from eastern Mexico. Texas J. 
Sci., i,2: 25 1-260. 



With W. B. Davis 

A new whiptailed lizard (Genus Cnemido- 
phorus) from Mexico. Herpetohgica, 8: 
97-100. 

THOMAS, LYELL J., Professor 
Articles 

Gongylonema pulchrum, a spirurid nematode 

infecting man in Illinois, U. S. A. Free. 

helm. Sac. Wash., 79,2:124-126. 

Reviews 

The zoology of tapeworms, by Robert A. 
Wardle and James Archie McLeod. Sci- 
ence, 116,3001:22. 

VAN CLEAVE, HARLEY J., Research 
Professor 

Articles 

Acanthocephalan nomenclature introduced by 

Lauro Travassos. Proc. helm. Sac. Wash., 

i9,l:l-8. 
The life and writings of John Sterling 

Kingsley (1854-1929). Biologist, 34. 9 pp. 
Some host-parasite relationships of the Acan- 

thocephala with special reference to the 

organs of attachment. Exp. Parasitol., 

1,3:305-330. 
Speciation and formation of genera in acan- 

thocephala. System. Zool., i, 2: 73-83. 
Care of the young among the lower animals. 

Bios, 23,4:239-249. 
With H. F. Timmons 

An additional new species of the Acantho- 
cephalan Genus Neoechinorhynchus. /. 

Parasitol., iS,l: 53-56. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 



ANATOMY 

KAMPMEIER, OTTO ¥., Professor 

Books 

Madonna of the rocks (poetry). 2d ed. Bruce 
Humphries, Inc., Boston. 355 pp. 

KIRSCHBAUM, ARTHUR, Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

With R. M. Gabrielson, J. T. Syverton 

The effects of freezing, storage, and thawing 
URon the transplantability of mouse leu- 
kemic cells. Cancer Res., 12:117-123. 

With A. A. Werder, E. C. MacDowell. 
J. T. Syverton 
The inactivation in vitro of transplantable 
myeloid and lymphoid mouse leukemic cells 
by antibodies produced in a foreign host 
species. Cancer Res., J2:886-889. 

KREHBIEL, ROBERT H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Mating of the golden hamster during preg- 
nancy. Anat. Rec, 113:117-122. 



PLUMMER, JEWEL I., Instructor 

Articles 

In vitro effects of amethopterin. Blood, Suppl., 
7:181-182. 
With L. T. Wright, G. Antikajian, 
S. Weintraub 
Triethylene melamine in vitro studies. I. 
Mitotic alterations produced in chick fibro- 
blasts. Cancer Res., J2;796-800. 

SIMER, PARKE H., Professor 
Articles 

Drainage of pleural lymphatics. Anat. Rec, 
ii-?:269-284. 

Reviews 

Textbook of histology, by ilaximow and 
•Bloom. 6th ed. J. med..Edttc., 27:367. 

von BOXIN, GERHARDT, Professor 

Articles 

Thoughts on Ramon Y. Cajal's 100th birth- 
day. Euclides, Madr., J'^i :4S9-461. 

Charles Scott Sherrington. /. ccmip. Neurol., 
97:1. 

Statistical considerations for Investigations on 
brain weight of the baboon (Papio Papio 
Desm.), by Walther Riese and Hertha Riese. 
/. comp. Neurol., 9(5:127-137. 

Notes on cortical evolution. Arch. Neurol. 
Psychiat., Chicago, 67:135-144. 

Reviews 

Problems of consciousness: transactions of the 

second conference, March 19-20, 1951, by 

Harold A. Abraham, ed. /. comp. Neurol., 

9(5:566-567. 
Nerve impulse: transactions of the second 

conference, March 1-2, 1951, by David 

Nachmansohn. /. comp. Neurol., 96:567. 
Growth and culture, by Margaret Mead and 

Frances Cooke Macgregor. /. comp. 

Neurol., 96:567-568. 



BACTERIOLOGY 

BECKER, ELMER L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. H. Swain 

Quantitative studies in skin testing. V. The 
whealing reactions of histamine and ragweed 
pollen extract. /. Allergy, 25:441. 

FELSENFELD, OSCAR, Professorial Lecturer 
Articles 

With D. Soman 

Treatment of cholera with antibiotics. Ann. 
N.Y. Acad. Sci., 55:1059-1062. 
With R. W. Edwards 

Salmonellosis and Shigellosis in Cook County, 
Illinois. II. Re-evaluation of diagnostic 
stool culture methods using a short series 
of media. Amer J. diag. Dis., 19:97-99. 
With W. H. Shlacs, J. F. Volini, E. Burbridge 
Antibacterial action of combinations of peni- 
cillin and sulfonamides. Antibiotics, 2:25- 
29. 
With F. Steigmann, W. H. Shlaes, S. Mintzer, 
E. Goldberg, B. Jacobson, S. Ferreira 
Observations on a new antiamebic substance. 
Proc. cent. Soc. din. Res., 25 :85. 

KEMPF, JOHN E., Professor 

Articles 

With A. G. Bennett 

Stability of mumps antibody and antigen at 

various temperatures. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol., 

N.y., 5i:400-403. 

LeBEAU, LEON J., Instructor 

Articles 

With E. Bond, M. Novak 

Bacteriological evaluation of terramycin in the 
treatment of infectious conditions in small 
animals. Cornell Vet., 42 :2Q7-21S. 
With E. Bond, J. Banicki, M. Novak 

In vitro sensitivity to terramycin of bacteria 
isolated from small animals. Cornell Vet., 
42:2QQ-2Q6. 

NOVAK, MILAN V., Professor and Head of 
Department, Bacteriologist-in-Chief (R & E 
Hospital), Associate Dean of Graduate Col- 
lege for Chicago Professional Colleges 

Articles 

With E. Bond, L. J. LeBcau 

Bacteriological evaluation of terramycin in the 
treatment of infectious conditions in small 
animals. Cornell Vet., -#2:207-215. 

With L. J. LeBeau, E. Bond, J. Banicki 

In vitro sensitivity to terramycin of bacteria 
isolated from small animals. Cor7iell Vet., 
';2:200-206. 

With W. I. Taylor 

Antibiotic prophylaxis of experimental clostri- 
dial infections. I. Antibiotic prophylaxis of 
tetanus. Antibiot. Chemother., 2:517-520. 
Antibiotic prophylaxis of experimental clostri- 
dial infections. II. Penicillin prophylaxis 
of Clostridium perfringens and Clostridium 
septicum infections. Antibiot. Chemother., 
2:576-580. 
Antibiotic prophylaxis of experimental clostri- 
dial infections. III. Antibiotic prophylaxis 
of gas gangrene. Antibiot. Chemother., 2 : 
639-644. 



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TAYLOR, WELTON I., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

llith M. Novak 

Antibiotic prophylaxis of experimental clostri- 
dial infections. I. Antibiotic prophylaxis of 
tetanus. Antibiot. Chemother., 2,10:517-520. 
Antibiotic prophylaxis of experimental clos- 
tridial infections. II. Penicillin prophylaxis 
of Clostridium pcrfringens and Clostridium 
se('ti<:um infections. Antibiot. Chemother. 
.'.11:576-580. 
Antibiotic prophylaxis of experimental clos- 
tridial infections. III. Antibiotic prophy- 
laxis of gas gangrene. Antibiot. Chemother., 
2,12:639-644. 

VICHER. EDWARD E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

H'ith A. Rostenberg, Jr., M. J. Brunner 

Bacteriologic and immunologic studies in 

atopic dermatitis. Acta derm.-vcnereol., 

Stockh., 32,].. 



BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

BERGEIM, OLAF, Professor 

Articles 

With A. L. Sheffner 

The effect of peptone and amino acid ingestion 

upon the concentrations of tissue amino 

acids. J. Nutr., 48:IZ9-U?,. 

GERSHBEIX, LEON L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. Krup 

Secretin studies. I. The preparation of potent 
secretin concentrates. /. Amer. chcm. Sac, 
74 ■.679-685. 
With V. N. Jpatieff 

Hydrogenation of organo-tin and lead com- 
pounds under pressure. /. Amer. chem. 
Soc., 7-^:1540. 
With C. D. Hurd 

Reactions of 1-methylvinyl acetate. /. Amer. 
chem. Soc, 74:il&S. 
With C. D. Hurd. L. G. Ginger, W. A. Yarnell 
Open chain acylals, formals and ethers con- 
taining double bonds. /. Amer. chem. Soc, 
/•J:5128-5130. 
With H. M. Millen, A. C. Ivy 

Fractionation of enterogastrone concentrates. 
Arch. Biochem., ii:360-376. 

WIXZLER, RICHARD J., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

In vitro protein synthesis and turnover in 
mouse tissues. Tex. Rep. Biol. Med., 10, 
1:265-272. 
With H. E. Pearson, Dorothy L. Lagerborg 
Effects of certain amino acids and related 
compounds on propagation of mouse en- 
cephalomyelitis virus. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol., 
N.V., 79:409-411. 
With K. Moldave, M. E. Rafelson, Jr., 
H. E. Pearson 
Conversion of glucose to amino acids by brain 
and liver of the new-born mouse. /. biol. 
Chem.. J99:485. 



CLINICAL SCIENCE 

BEN7AMIX, FRED B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pain reaction to locally applied heat. /. appl. 
Physiol.. 4:907-910. 



With V. Guillemin, T. Cornbleet. 
M. I. Grossman 
A method of quantitative heat application to 
small skin areas at controlled temperature. 
/. appl. Physiol., 4:920-924. 
With T. Cornbleet, M. I. Grossman 

The effect of intradermal injection of adreno- 
cortical hormones. /. invest Derm., 19: 
109-119. 
With A. C. Ivy 

The threshold of skin flare in persons with 
and without malignant neoplastic disease. 
/. invest. Derm., i9:467-488. 

GORDON, ARCHER S., Research Associate 
Articles 

Manual artificial respiration. What's New, 

pp. 11-18 (Feb.). 
Newer methods of artificial respiration. Amer. 
J. Nurs., 52 (Mar.). 
With M. S. Sadove, F. Raymon, A. C. Ivy 
Pole top and other manual resuscitation meth- 
ods — a comparative study. Industr. Med. 
Surg., 2i: 147-1 52. 
With M. S. Sadove, F. Raymon, A. C. Ivy 
Artificial respiration. Postgrad. Med., 11: 
528-537. 
With C. Frye, M. S. Sadove 

New push-pull methods for pole top resuscita- 
tion. Indus. Med. Surg.. 2i: 326-332. 

GROSSMAN, MORTON I., Professor 
Articles 

With C. R. Robertson 

Inhibition of gastric secretion in dogs by 
he.xamethonium. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol., 
N.Y., 79:226-227. 
With K. Hartiata 

Studies on chemical and physical changes in 
duodenal mucus. J. biol. Chem., 195:251- 
256. 
With C. Robertson, C. E. Rosiere 

The effect of some compounds related to 
histamine on gastric acid secretion. /. 
Pharmacol.. 104:277. 
With A. Littman, R. M. Gunnar. R. Cases 
The effect of posture on hypertension induced 
by sympathomimetic amiiies in man. Circu- 
lation. 5:437-440. 
With Ary Lopes de Almeida 

Experimental production of pancreatitis with 
ethionine. Gastroenterology. 20:554-577 . 
With I. Share. E. Martyniuk 

Effect of prolonged intragastric feeding on 
oral food intake in dogs. Amer. J. Physiol., 
169:229-235. 
With V. Guillemin, F. Benjamin. 
T. Cornbleet 
A method of quantitative heat application to 
small skin areas at controlled temperature. 
/. appl. Physiol., 4:920-924. 
With R. Villarreal, C. Robertson 

Stimulation of gastric secretion in dogs by 
parenterally administered fluids. Amer. J. 
Physiol.. 169:757-762. 
With C. Robertson 

Inhibition of histamine induced gastric acid 
secretion by irrigation of antihistaminics 
into gastric pouches in dogs. Arch. int. 
Pharmacody.. 90:223-232. 
With F. B. Benjamin, T. Cornbleet 

The effect of intradermal injection of adreno- 
cortical hormones. /. invest. Derm., 19: 
109-119. 
With C. Robertson 

Results of a screening program for inhibitors 
of gastric acid secretion. Arch. int. 
Pharmacodyn., 9i :1-15. 



54 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



IVY ANDREW C, Distinguished Professor of 
Physiology, Head of the Department, and 
Vice-President of the University in charge 
of the Chicago Professional Colleges 

Articles 

Beverage alcohol and traffic accidents. Union 

Signal, 78,22. 
Religion and medicine. (Union League) Alen 
and Events, ])ec., 1951 & June, 1952. 
With G. S. Roback, L. R. Krasno 

Effect of analeptic drugs on the somnifacient 
effect of Seconal and antihistaminics as 
measured by the flicker fusion threshold. 
/. (J/-/-/. Physiol:, 4:566-574. 
With A. S. Gordon, M. S. Sadove, F. Raynw)i 
Pole top and other manual resuscitation meth- 
ods — a comparative study. Indtistr. Aled. 
Surg., 2i:147-152. 
With H. M. Mill en, L. L. Gershbein 

Fractionation of enterogastrone concentrates. 
Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 55:360-376. 
With G. E. Gibbs 

Pancreatitis: a review. Surgery, 31:614-642. 
With A. S. Gordon, M. Sadove, F. Raynion 
Artificial respiration. Postgrad. Med., 11: 
528-537. 
With L. A. Stine 

The effect of psychoanalysis on the course of 
peptic ulcer: a preliminary report. Gastro- 
enterology, 2i: 185-211. 
With G. S. Roback 

The circulatory effects of Roniacol; a physi- 
ologic study in normal man. Circulation, 
(5:90-95. 
With D. F. Magee, K. S. Kim 

Action of some synthetic choleretic compoiuids 
in chronic biliary fistula dogs. Phvsiol., 
169:337-342. 
Dietary factors in influencing output of bile 
acids. Role of amino acids. Anier. J. 
Physiol., i69:3 17-325. 
With D. F. Magee, K. S. Kim, V. C. Pessoa 
Dietary factors influencing output of bile 
acids. Endogenous production. Amer. J. 
Physiol., 169:309-316. 
With K. S. Kim, D. F. Magee 

Mechanism of difference in growth rate be- 
tween male and female rats. Amer. J. 
Physiol., i(59:S25-528. 
With E. Esses, D. F. Magee 

The effect of bentyl hydrochloride on the 
choledocho-duodenal region in dogs. Gastro- 
enterology, 21:S74-S77. 
With C. R. Morris, R. P. Hohf 

An experimental study of the role of stasis in 
the etiology of cholecysistis. Surgery, 32 : 
673-685. 
With F. B. Benjamin 

The threshold of skin flare in persons with 
and without malignant neoplastic disease. J . 
invest. Derm., 19:467-488. 

DERMATOLOGY 

CARO, MARCUS R., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With F. E. Senear 

Reticulohistiocytoma of the skin. Arch. Derm. 
Syph.. N.Y., (55:701-713. 

CORNBLEET, THEODORE, Clinical 

Professor 
Articles 

Pregnancy and apocrine gland diseases. Arch. 

Derm. Syph., N.Y., (55:12-19. 
Spontaneous healing of sickle cell anemia 
ulcer in pregnancy. /. Amer. med. Assn. 
i-/^: 1025-1026. 



Testosterone for apocrine diseases. Arch 

Derm. Syph., N.Y., 65:549-552. 
Multiple pesticides for scabies and pediculosis 

Arch. Derm. Syph., (5(5:103-106. 
The effect of intradermal injection of adreno 

cortical hormones. /. invest. Derm., 19 

109-119. 
With V. Guillemin 

A method of quantitative heat application ti 

small areas at controlled temperature. / 

appl. Physiol., '?:920-924. 

ROSTENBERG, ADOLPH, JR., Professor 
Articles 

Failure of pyromen to affect the developmen 
of an eczematous sensitization in the guine; 
pig. /. invest. Derm., i5:3 11-3 12. 
With E. E. Vicher, M. J. Brunner 

Bacteriologic and immunologic studies ii 
atopic dermatitis. Acta derm.-venereol. 
32,1. 
With H. E. Harris 

Causes and treatment of urticaria. Postgrad 
Med., i2: 52-58. 
With B. Baristozv, T. W. Luther 

A study of eczematous sensitivity to formal 
dehyde. /. invest. Derm., .29,6:459-462. 

SENEAR, FRANCIS E., Professor and Hea< 

of Department 
Articles 

With M. R. Caro 

Reticulohistiocytoma of the skin. Arch. Derm 

Syph., N.V., (55:701-713. 



MEDICINE 

DOWLING, HARRY F., Professor and Heac 

of Department 
Articles 

The pneumonias. Gen. Practit., 5:53-60. 
With M. H. Lepper 

Practical problems in the use of the anti 

biotics. Med. Clin. N. Amer., 36,1. 
With M. H. Lepper, E. R. Caldwell, 

H. W. Spies 
Staphylococcic endocarditis : an analysis of 21 

cases treated with antibiotics, together wit! 

a review of the recent literature. Medicine 

Ji:155-176 (May). 
With D. Shakow 

Time spent by internists on adult health edu 

cation and preventive medicine. /. Amer 

med. Assn, 149:628-631. 
With C. K. Wolfe, Jr., M. H. Lepper, 

E. R. Caldzvell, Jr., H. W. Spies 
Treatment of nontuberculosis bacterial pleura 

space infections with aureomycin: results ol 

treatment in nine patients; concentration 

of aureomycin in pleural and pericardia! 

fluid in seven patients. Ann. intern. Med.. 

j7:164-171 (July). 
With M. H. Lepper, P. F. Wehrle, 

N. H. Blatt, H. W. Spies, M. Brown 
Meningococcic meningitis: treatment witt 

large doses of penicillin compared to treat' 

ment with gantrisin. /. Lab. din. Med.. 

•;y:891-900 (Dec). 

HICK, FORD K., Professor 
Articles 

With T. Inouye, R. Keeton, N. Glickman, 
M. K. Fahnestock 
Physiological adjustments of clothed human 
beings to sudden change in environment — 
first hot moist and latter comfortable condi- 
tions. Heat. Pip. Air Condit. (ASHVE J.) 
(Jan.). 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 55 



KARK, ROBERT M., Professor 
Artfcles 

Nutritional aspects of liver disease in man. 
Nutrition in the practice of medicine. _ Na- 
tional N'itamin Foundation, Inc., •^.•32-53. 
With R. C. Mui-hrcke, J. Le-.i'is 

The effects of cortisone and heparin on eosino- 
phils in defibrinatcd human blood. Science, 
115 ■.377-378. 
With R. C. Muehrcke 

Does adrenaline eosinopenia reflect pituitary- 
adrenal function in man? Lancet, i:1189- 
1195. 
With W. R. Best, R. C. Muehrcke 

Studies on adrenocortical eosinopenia: a 
clinical and statistical evalution of four-hour 
eosinophil response tests. /. cUn. Invest., 
n:733-7A2. 
With T. Staple, R. C. Muehrcke 

Epinephrine eosinopenia in surgically induced 
Addison's disease. /. Lab. din. Med., 40 : 
169-173. 
With R. Chapman, C. F. Consola-zio 

Ascorbic acid requirements in "damage" and 
its relation to adrenocortical activity. /. 
Will. Invest., ji:642. 
With R. C. Chapman, R. W. Keeton 
N. O. Callozi'ay, C. F. Consolazio, 
J. Dynietcicz 
Observations on Laennec's cirrhosis : the ef- 
fects of cortisone acetate during low sodium 
regimens. /. Lab. din. Med., -^0:744-754. 
With J. A. Schoenberger, G. Kroll, 
A. Sakamoto 
Investigation of the permeability factor in 
ascites and edema using albumin tagged 
with I"'. Gastroenterology, 22:607-619. 
With R. C. Muehrcke, E. Eckert 

A statistical analysis of absolute eosinophil 
cell counts in liealthy young adults using 
logarithmic analysis. /. Lab. din. Med., 
'/0:161-168. 
With G. R. Morey. C. Paynter, 
C. F. Consolazio 
Metabolic and clinical effects of different 
regimens in patients with chronic liver 
disease. Metabolism, i:314-339. 

LIMARZI, LOUIS R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Medical indications for splenectomy. Student 

— /. Amer. med. Assn, /:36-40. 
Blood bank committee report. Illinois med J., 

102:12-6-,. 
Scientific service committee report. Illinois 
med. J., 102 :80-S2. 
With S. Prestey, W. Best 

Bone marrow in idiopathic thrombocytopenic 
purpura. Analysis of 100 cases with refer- 
ence to the prognostic significance of eosino- 
phils and megakaryocytes. /. Lab. din. 
Med., 40:503-514. 
With W. Best 

Longevity in leukemia. Amer. J. Med., 12: 
607. 
With S. Sch'aJartz 

Discussion. Is eosinophilia a valid yardstick 
for splenectomy in thrombocytopenic pur- 
pura. Illinois med J., 101:309-313. 
With H. Poncher, H. Waisman, J . Richmond, 
O. Horak 
Treatment of acute leukemia in children with 
and without folic acid antagonists. /. 
Pediat., 41:377-394. 

Reviews 
A color atlas of morphologic hematology, by 
Geneva A. Doland. Arch. Path., 5i:101. 



PAUL, JEROME T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Bleeding peptic ulcer. Amer. J. dig. Dis., 
i9:278-281. 
With M. Chertack 

Intercapillary glomerulosclerosis. Amer. 

Practit., J : 122- 124 (Feb.). 

SAMTER, MAX, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Allergy. Chapter in Diseases of the ear, nose 
and throat, by Francis L. Lederer. F. A. 
Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 
Deafness. Chapter in When doctors are pa- 
tients, ed. Benjamin F. Miller and Max 
Pinner. W. \V. Norton, N.Y. 
With Ethel E. Erickson, Martha Ann Kofoed 
The effect of ACTH on the distribution of 
eosinophils in blood and peribronchial tissue 
of guinea pigs. /. Allergy, 23:140-150 
(Mar.). 
With R. D. Berke, Sophie J. Presley, 
J. R. Nechdes, J. R. Scala, A. Wolf 
Practical value and limitations of respiratory 
functions tests. /. Allergy, 2i:lSl-162 
(Mar.). 
With Martha A. Kofoed 

On the rationale of treating allergic diseases 
with bacterial pyrogens. J. Allergy, 23: 
327-334 (July). . 

SCHOENBERGER, JAMES A., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With G. Kroll, A. Sakamoto, R. M. Kark 

Investigation of the permeability factor in 
ascites and edema using albuminum tagged 
with I"'. Gastroenterology, 22:607-619. 

SPELLBERG, MITCHELL A., Clinical 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. Baker 

Pyloric stenosis secondary to hydrochloric 
acid ingestion. /. Amer. med. Assn, 150: 
442-446. 
With L. Baker, E. A. Gorvett 

Diagnostic accuracy of gastroscopy in neo- 
plasms of the stomach. Cancer, 5:1116- 
1127. 



NEUROLOGY AND NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

BAILEY, PERCIVAL, Distinguished 

Professor 
Articles 

L'acromegalie et son histoire. Rev. neurol., 

86:74l-74S. 
History of the Illinois State Psychopathic 
Institute. Welfare Bull., 43:17-20. 

BUCY, PAUL C, Professor 
Articles 

Cerebral palsies, chap. 78, pp. 842-854, and 
Tumors of the central nervous system in- 
cluding the spinal cord, chap. 79, pp. 855- 
861, in The child in health and disease, 
ed. C. G. Grulee and R. C. Eley. 2d ed. 
Williams & Wilkins Co., Baltimore. 

Early signs and symptoms of brain tumors. 
Info. Bull. Vet. Adm., Dep. Med. Surg., 
Psychiat. Neurol. Div., pp. 8-12 (Sept.). 

Our training programs and the future of 
neurological surgery. /. Neurosurg., 9: 
538-543. 



56 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BUCY, PAUL C. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Hypertropliic spinal pachymeningitis, -with 
special reference to appropriate surgical 
treatment. /. Neurosurg., 9:564-578. 
Dr. Percival Bailey. Drain & Nerve, Tokyo, 
4:l-2. 
With R. A. Dolan 

The pain of herpes zoster ophthalmicus. Arch. 
Neurol. Fsychiat., (55:314-317. 

GIBBS, FREDERIC A., Professor 
Books 

With Erna L. Gibbs 
The atlas of electroencephalography. Vol. 2, 
Addison-Wesley Press, Inc., Cambridge, 
Mass. 422 pp. 

Articles 

With K. Shimicu, S. Refsum 

Effect on the electrical activity of the brain 
of intra-arterially and intra-cerebrally in- 
jected convulsant and sedative drugs (met- 
razol and nembutal). Electroenceph. din. 
NeiirophysioL, 4,2 (May). 

LICHTENSTEIN, BEN W., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

Endo-mesothelioma of the falx cerebri with 
xanthomatosis and cholesterolosis. Drain & 
Nerve, •/:9-16. 

MACKAY, ROLAND P., Professor 
Books 

Year book of neurology and psychiatry. 
Year Book Publishers, Chicago. 
Articles 

The exogenous toxins. Chapter in Tice's 
Practice of medicine. VV. F. Prior Co., 
Hagerstown, Md. 
George Boris Ilassin, an obituary. Neurol., 
2,5. 
With F. J. Gerty, J. W. Halloway, Jr. 

Licensure of certification of clinical psycholo- 
gists. /. Amer. med. Assn, 148:271-273 
(Jan. 26). 

SUGAR, OSCAR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Congenital aphasia: an anatomical and physi- 
ological approach. J. Speech Dis., 17:301- 
304. 
With L. Amador, C. Harrison, A. E. Walker 
The diagnosis of brain tumors by angiography: 
preliminary report. Drain & Nerve, 4: 
17-19. 

VERBRUGGHEN, ADRIEN, Clinical 
Professor 

Books 

Neurosurgery in general practice. Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 665 pp. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

ALLEN, EDWARD D., Clinical Professor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

With J. IV. Funncll 

Hidradenoma of the vulva. Amer. J. Obstet. 
Gynec, (5i: 1364- 1366 (June). 

BAUM, HUGO C, Clinical Assistant 
Professor (Rush) 

Articles 

With C. C. Draa 

Hyperheparinema, possible role in human 
sterility. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 64:915- 
920 (Oct.). 



DRAA, CECIL C, Clinical Assistant Professor 

(Rush) 
Articles 

With H. C. Baum 

Hyperhepariema, possible role in human 
sterility. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 64:9\S- 
920 (Oct.). 

FALLS, FREDERICK H., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 
With H. Sered, B. Zummo 

Streptomycin in genital tuberculosis of female. 

Further observations. /. Amer. med. Assn, 

148:521 (Feb.). 

KLAWANS, ARTHUR H., Clinical Associate 
Professor (Rush) 

Articles 

With J. S. Long 

The nitroglycerine flicker fusion threshold test 

in toxemia of pregnancy. Amer. J. Obstet. 

Gynec, d'?:1201-1210 (Dec). 

KOBAK, ALFRED J., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Antibiotics and low cervical caesarean section 
in dystocia of intrapartum sepsis. /. Am,er. 
Med. Assn, 148:\478-1480 (Apr. 26). 
Interstitial pregnancy developing into the 
broad ligament. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 
(5j:684-686 (Mar.). 

LONG, JOHN S., Clinical Assistant (Rush) 

Articles 

With A. H. Klazuans 

The nitroglycerine flicker fusion threshold test 

in toxemia of pregnancy. Amer. J. Obstet. 

Gynec, 64:\201 (Dec). 

SERED, HARRY, Clinical Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. H. Falls, D. Ztimmo 

Streptomycin in genital tuberculosis of female. 
Further observations. /. Amer. med. Assn, 
148:521 (Feb.). 

WOLFF, JOHN R., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Emergencies in obstetrics. Miss. V. med. J. 
Radiol. Rev., 74:88 (May). 



ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM A., Assistant 

Clinical Professor 
Reviews 

Einfuhrung in die Roentgenologie. Ein Lehr- 

buch fur Arzte und Studierende, by G. F. 

Haenisch, li. Holthusen, and A. Liechti. 

Radiology, 59:584 (Oct.). 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

BECKER, OSCAR J., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

Principles of otolaryngologic plastic surgery. 
American Academy of Ophthalmology and 
Otolaryngology. 88 pp. 
Articles 

Correction of the protruding deformed ear. 
Brit. J. plast. Surg., 5,3:187-196. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 57 



BLUMENTHAL. HELMUT, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Ophthaltnological aspects of ear, nose and 

throat. Chapter in Diseases of the ear, 

nose and throat, by Francis L. Lederer. 

6th ed. F. A. Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 
Paralysis of dysjunctive ocular movements. 

Eye, Ear, Nose Thr. Man., 31,3. 
Recurrent opththalmoplegia. Eye, Ear, Nose 

Thr. Mon., 31,3. 

COOMBS. ARTHUR J., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Deafness following mumps : 
Laryngoscope, 62,2:204-210. 



rehabilitation. 



HOLINGER, PAUL, Professor 
Articles 

Causes and significance of hoarseness. Med. 

.■Inn. D. C, 27,1:17. 
The management of the patient with hoarse- 
ness. Aesculapian. 42,8:3. 
The cigarette cough. Mag. Health, not. 

Health J. (May). 
Management of respiratory tract obstruction. 

.Mod. Hasp., pp. 61-62 (May). 
Lobar emphysema in infants and children. 
J. Pediat., (Oct.). 
With K. C. Johnston 

Bronchoscopic problems in the newborn. Illi- 
nois med. J., iOi, 2:68-71. 
With K. C. Johnston, R. J. McMahon 

Hoarseness in infants and children. Eye, Ear, 
Sose Thr. Mon., ii, 5 :247-251. 
With K. C. Johnston 

Tracheotomy in acute tracheobronchitis and 
poliomvelitis. Prog. Ophthal. Otolaryng., 
i:590-397. 
With K. C. Johnston, W. J. Potts 

Congenital anomalies of the esophagus. Acta 
otolaryng., Helsinki, Stippl., 100. 

JOHNSTON, KENNETH C, Clinical 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With P. H. Holinger 

Bronchoscopic problems in the newborn. Illi- 
nois med. J., 101,2:68-71. 
With P. H. Holinger, R. J. McMahon 

Hoarseness in infants and children. Eye, Ear, 
Sose Thr. Mon., iJ,5 :247-251. 
With P. H. Holinger, W. J. Potts 
Congenital anomalies of the esophagus. Acta 
Otolaryng., Helsinki, Suppl., 100. 
With P. H. Holinger 

Tracheotomy in acute tracheobronchitis and 
poliomyelitis. Prog. Ophthal. Otolaryng., 
1:590-597. 

KOEPP-BAKER, HERBERT, Professor 

Articles 

Speech and voice disorders. Chapter in Dis- 
eases of the ear, nose and throat, by F. L. 
Lederer. 6th ed. F. A. Davis & Co., 
Philadelphia. 

LEDERER, FRANCIS L., Professor and Head 
of Department 

Books 

Diseases of the ear, nose and throat: prin- 
ciples and practice of otorhinolaryngology. 
6th ed. F. A. Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 
1430 pp. 



Articles 

The menacing specter of chronic aural sup- 
puration. /. int. Colt. Surg., 77:154-166. 

The otologist: a prodigal's return. Proc. 35th 
Meet. Conv. Amcr. Instr. Deaf, pp. 338- 
346. U.S. Government Printing Office, 
Washington. 
With R. E. Marcus 

The adult and his hearing problem. Ann. 
Otol. Rhinol. Laryng., 67,1:126-143. 

Reviews 

Medicine of the year, by John Youmans, ed. 

Section on Otolarynf^qlogy, pp. 70-82. J. B. 

Lippincott, Philadelphia. 
Encyclopedia Brittanica. Section on ear, nose, 

and throat. 
With E. M. Skolnik 

Cyclopedia of medicine. Service volume, 

Otorhinolaryngology, pp. 431-455. F. A. 

Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 

LESHIN, NORMAN, Clinical Associate 
Articles 

With R. Lewy, S. Shapiro 

Functional examination of hearing. Arch. 
Otol., 5(5:61-91. 

MAKART, CARL D., Clinical Assistant 
Articles 

With O. E. VanAlyea 

Rhinolith: a report of two cases. Ann. Otol. 
Rhinol. Laryng., (57,2:490. 

MARCUS, RICHARD E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Anatomic — physiology of hearing. Decibel, 
7,1. 
With F. L. Lederer 

The adult and his hearing problem. Ann. 
Otol. Rhinol. Laryng., 67,1:126-143. 

SAVITT, LOUIS, Clinical Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Paralysis of dysjunctive ocular movements. 

Eye, Ear, Nose Thr. Mon., 31,3. 
Diseases of the nose and nasal accessory 
sinuses in relation to the eye. /. int. Coll. 
Surg., 17,2. 

SCHILLER, FILMORE, Clinical Assistant 

Articles 

With E. M. Skolnik 

Atypical amyloidosis in multiple myeloma 
necessitating tracheotomy. Eye, Ear, Nose 
Thr. Mon., i7,4. 

SKOLNIK, EMANUEL M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With F. Schiller 

Atypical amyloidosis in multiple myeloma 

necessitating tracheotomy. Eye, Ear, Nose 

Thr. Mon., ii,4. 

Reviews 

Cyclopedia of medicine, surgery and special- 
ties. Loose leaf volume. Sinusitis chapter. 
F. A. Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 
With F. L. Lederer 

Encyclopedia of medicine, surgery and special- 
ties. Otolaryngological section. F. A. 
Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 

TAMARI, MARVIN J., Professor 
Articles 

With E. Bergendahl 
Management of broken needles in tonsillectomy. 
Eye, Ear, Nose Thr. Mon., 31,4. 



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TOROK, NICHOLAS, Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

Effects of aspiration in the external ear 

canal. Arch. Otol., 55,2:157-162. 
Neglected factors in the evaluation of dizzi- 
ness. Eye, Ear, Nose Thr. Moti., 31,3: 
147-150. 
IVitli V. Guillcmin, Jr., J. M. Bernothy 

Photo-electric nystagmography. Ann. Otol. 
Rhinol. Laryng., 6Q:9\.7-927. 

VAN ALYEA, OLIVER E., Professor 
Articles 

Otolaryngology for the general practitioner. 

Miss. Doct. (May). 
Systemic effects of intranasal medication. 
Eye, Ear, Nose Thr. Man., 31,9. 
With C. Makart 

Rhinolith: a report of two cases. Ann. Otol. 
Rhinol. Laryng., 61,2:490. 

WALLNER, LINDEN, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Antimicrobial therapy of laryngeal tubercu- 
losis. Eye, Ear, Nose Thr. Mon., 31,1: 
25-29. 
Treatment of oroantral fistula. Arch. Otol., 
55:666-670 (June). 
With J. R. Thompson, M. R. Lichtenstein 

Clinical and histopathologic study of the 
effect of cortisone and corticotropin on 
tuberculosis. Amer. Rev. Tubcrc, 66:161- 
174 (Aug.). 



PATHOLOGY 

CATCHPOLE, HUBERT R., Research 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
IVith N. R. Joseph, .1/. B. Engel 

The action of relaxin on the pubic symphysis 
of the guinea pig studied electrometrically. 
J. Endocrm.. 5:373-385. 
Interaction of ions and connective tissue. 
Biochim. biophys. Acta, 8:575-587. 

GOODMAN, MORRIS, Research Associate 

Articles 

With T. Makinodan, H. R. Wolfe, R. Ruth 
Precipitin production in chickens. VII. The 
relation between circulating antibody and 
anaphylactic shock. J. Immunol., 68:219- 
226. 

With H. R. Wolfe 

Precipitin production in chickens. VIII. A 
comparison of the effect of salt concentra- 
tion on precipitate formation of pheasant, 
owl, and chicken antisera. /. Immunol., 69: 
423-434. 

HASS, GEORGE M., Professor 

Articles 

With F. B. Kelly, Jr., C. B. Taylor 

Experimental atheroarteriosclerosis. Arch. 

Path., 5 J :4 19-436. 
With R. H. Andresen, C. W. Monroe 

The pattern of tissue reactions to autologous 

and homologous musculo-fascial transplants. 

J. exp. Med., P5:509-522. 
With R. W. Ehrlich, R. P. Meyer, 

C. B. Taylor, E. A. Miller 
Reconstruction of the tracheobronchial tree 

with resection of the lung, carina, and 

lower trachea. S^^rg. Gynec. Obstet., 94: 

570-576. 



HSIANG, LEN TSENG, Clinical Assistant 
Articles 

Bile peritonitis following liver biopsy with 

recovery. N.Y. St. J. Med., 52:746-747. 
Some clinical aspects of digitalis intoxication. 
N.Y. St. J. Med., 52:581-582. 

KING, LESTER S., Associate Clinical 
Professor 

Articles 

The hidden price tag — a study in medical 

research. Harv. nied. Alumni Bull. (Apr.). 
Is medicine an exact science? Phil. Sci., 19: 

131-140. 
Dr. Koch's postulates. J. Hist. Med., 7: 

350-361. 

LEVINSON, SAMUEL A., Professor 
Articles 

Alkaline phosphatase activity of the kidney. 
Arch. Path., 53:1-8. 

Reviews 

Dible and Davie's pathology: an introduction 

to medicine and surgery, by J. H. Dible. 

World mcd. Assn Bull. 
Callander's surgical anatomy, by B. J. Anson 

and W. G. Maddock. World med. Assn 

Bull. 
IMetabolic methods, by C. F. Consolazio, R. E. 

Johnson, and E. Marick. World med. Assn 

Bull. 
Biochemistry for medical students by W. V. 

Thorpe. World med. Assn Bull. 
Recent advances in clinical pathology, by 

S. C. Dyke. Arch. Path., 54:117. 

MILLES, GEORGE, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Tumors of the parotid. Illinois med. J., 102: 
182-190. 

NEDZEL, ALEXANDER J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With D. Van Dam and M. Ovrick 

Effects of body chilling upon the blood vessels 
of denervated and intact kidneys in dogs 
and rabbits. /. Aviat. Med., 2j:49-53. 

PIRANI, CONRAD L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Relation of vitamin C to adrenocortical func- 
tion and stress phenomena. Metabolism, 
i:821-828. 
With D. F. Waterman, F. R. Birkhill, 
S. M. Levenson 
The healing of wounds in the presence of 
anemia. Surgery, ii:821-828. 

SAPHIR, OTTO, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Encephalomyocarditis. Circulation, d:843-850. 
Early diagnosis of breast lesions. /. Amer. 
med. Assn, 150:859-861. 
With M. Lev 

Venous valvulitis. Arch. Path., 5i:4S6-469. 
Venous valve in the aged. Amer. Heart J., 

•/•^:843-850. 
Endophylebohypertrophy and phlebosclerosis. 
II. The external and common iliac veins. 
Amer. J. Path., 25:401-411. 
With B. Taylor 
Pyelonephritis lenta. Ann. intern. MeS., 36: 
1017-1041. 
With A. G. Motulsky, S. Weinberg, 
E. Rosenberg 
Lymph nodes in rheumatoid arthritis. Arch, 
intern. Med., 90:660-676. 



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Reviews 

Atlas der pathologischen Anatomic, by 
R. Rossle and K.. Apitz. Arch. Path., 53: 
601. 

Cancer cvtology of uterus, bv T. E. Ayre. 
Arch. Path., 5.^:387. 

Pathological histology, by R. F. Ogilvie. 
Arch. Path., 53:601. 

Muir's text-book of pathology. 6th ed., re- 
vised by D. F. Cappell. Arch. Path., 54: 
115. 

Verhandlungen der deutschen Gessellschaft 
fur Pathologie, by E. Randerath. Arch. 
Path., 54:l\6. 

THOMPSON, JAMES R., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With L. IVallner 

Clinical and histopathologic study of the effect 
of cortisone and corticotropin on tubercu- 
losis. Amer. Rev. Tube re, 66:161-174. 



PEDIATRICS 

BARBA, WILLIAM P., II, Instructor 

Articles 

Benign lymphoid hyperplasia of the rectum. 
/. Pediat., 41:Z2S-139. 

RICHMOND, JULIUS B., Professor 
Articles 

Health supervision of infants and children — 
a statement for the midcentury White 
House conference on children and youth. 
/. Pediat., -#0:634-650. 
With H. A. Waisman 
Advances in infant nutrition. Med. Clin. N. 
Amer., J6: 273-288. 
With B. L. Lendriim 
Articular disorders of childhood. Illinois 
med. J., 101:29S-29S. 

With H. G. Pancher, H. A. Waisman, 
O. Horak, L. R. Limarci 
Treatment of acute leukemia in children with 
and without folic acid antagonists. J. 
Pediat., 41:377-394. 

With H. A. Waisman, J. Bain 

Laboratory and clinical studies in congenital 
methemoglobinemia. Pediatrics, i0:293-305. 
With Evelyn Eddy 

The community nursery and medical educa- 
tion. /. med. Educ, 27:384-386. 
With S. D. Garrard 

Psychogenic megacolon manifested by fecal 
soiling. Pediatrics, iO: 474-483. 

SANFORD, HEYWORTH N., Professor and 
Acting Head of Department 

Articles 

Blood coagulation and disturbances of blood 
coagulation, chap. 54, pp. 546-554 and Dis- 
turbances of blood elements, chap. 55, pp. 
555-575 in Child in health and disease, by 
C. G. Grulee and C. G. Eley. 2d ed. 
Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore. 

Blood coagulation disturbances in children. 
Kans. Cy med. J., 27:13-17. 
With S. Butler, F. R. Hall 

Influence of histamine on platelet activity, 
with especial reference to its action on 
blood of the hemophiliac patient. Pedi- 
atrics, 9:212-219. 



IVith D. Eubank, F. Stenn 

Chronic panniculitis with leucopenia Weber- 
Christian syndrome. Amer. J. Dis. Child., 
5j: 156-163. 

WAISMAN, HARRY AARON, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

IVith J. Cravioto-Mtinoz 

Further role of antibiotics in aminopterin- 
induced folic acid deficiency in rats. Proc. 
Soc. e.vp. Biol., N.Y., 79:525-527. 
With R. A. Pastel, H. G. Ponchcr 

Amino acid metabolism in patients with acute 
leukemia. Pediatrics, i0:653-659. 



PHARMACOLOGY 

BAIN, JAMES A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Enzymatic aspects of barbiturate action. Fed. 
Proc, JJ:653-6S8. 
With T. M. Brody 
A mitochondrial preparation from mammalian 
brain. /. biol. Chem., J95: 685-696. 
With T. M. Brody, R. I. H. Wang 
Intracellular distribution of DPN-cytochrome 
c reductase and cytochrome c oxidase in 
mammalian brain. J. biol. Chcm., 198:821- 
826. 
With D. M. Laskin, B. G. Sarnat 

Respiration and anaerobic glycolysis of trans- 
planted cartilage. Proc. Soc. e.xb. Biol., 
N.Y., 79:474-476. 
With H. A. Waisman, J. B. Richmond, 
F. A. Mttnscy 
Laboratory and clinical studies in congenital 
methemoglobinemia. Pediatrics, 10:293-305. 

CAMP, WALTER J. R., Professor 
Articles 

Primer on toxicology. Mod. Hosp. (July). 
Reviews 

Medizinische Toxikologie, Lehrbuch fur 
Arzte, Apotheker und Chemiker, by H. 
Fuhner. J. Amer. tned. Assn, 149:523. 
Poisoning — a guide to clinical diagnosis and 
treatment, by W. F. von Oettingen. Arch. 
Path., 54:319. 

PFEIFFER, CARL C, Professor 

Articles 

Modern antimalarial therapy. Mod. Hosp. 
(Aug.). 

SHERROD, THEODORE R., Assistant 

Professor 

Articles 

Strophanthin-G on coronary sinus outflow. 
/. Pharmacol., 104:445. 

The antibiotics: pharmacodynamics and prin- 
ciples of therapy. I. Penicillin and strep- 
tomycin. Mod. Hosp., 79,4:108. 

The antibiotics: pharamcodynamics and prin- 
ciples of therapy. II. Chloramphenicol, 
aureomycin, terramycin. Mod. Hosp.. 79, 
5:108. 

UNNA, KLAUS R., Professor 
Articles 

With E. W. Pelikan 

The functional importance of the quaternary 
nitrogen atoms in l,2,3-tris-(diethylamino- 
ethoxy) -benzene triethiodide (Flaxedil) : a 
study in structure-activity relationships. /. 
Pharmacol., 104:354-362. 



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UNNA, KLAUS R. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
With C. .U. S}nith, H. L. Cohen, 
!■:. IV. Felikan 
Mode of action of antagonists to curare. /. 
Pharmacol., 105:391-399. 
With E. F. Domino, J. Kcrzvin 

Pliarmacological properties of benzazoles. I. 
Relationship between structure and para- 
lyzing action. /. Pharmacol., 105:486-497. 
PVith E. W. Pelikan 

Synopsis of screening methods for curarizing 
agents. Mod. Hosp., 79:112-116. 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 

HELLEBRANDT, FRANCES A., Professor 
Articles 

Physiology of motor learning as applied to 
the treatment of the cerebral palsied. Quart. 
Rev. Pediat., 7:5-14. 
With Sara Jane Houtc, et al. 

Fundamental approach to the study of stance 
stability and locomotion in the cerebral 
palsied. Phys. Therapy Rev., 52:51-55. 

HOUTZ, SARA JANE, Research Assistant 
Articles 

Researching. Phys. Therapy Rev., 52:583-584. 
With Frances A. Hellcbrandt 

Fundamental approach to the study of stance 
stability and locomotion in the cerebral 
palsied. Phys. Therapy Rev., 52:51-55. 
With Sarah E. Griiss 

Are we participants in or spectators at our 
annual conference? Phys. Therapy Rev., 
52:641-642. 

WORLEY, KENDELL H., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

Siiecial services in the general hospital, re- 
habilitation unit. Mod. Hosp., 78:67-70, 
188,120,122. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

BACIIEM, ALBERT, Professor 
Articles 

Weber's law in physics and arithmetic. Amer. 

J. Physiol., 65:106-107. 
Brain astigmatism, a discussion of space and 

time. Amer. Scicnt., 40:497-499. 
Complementarity of matter and mind. Acta 

psychoL, 5:322-336. 
Heisenberg's indeterminacy principle and life. 

Phil. Sci., 19:261-272. 

GUILLEMIN, VICTOR, JR., Professor 

Articles 

With F. Benjamin, T. Cornbleet, 

M. 1. Grossman 
A method of quantitative heat application to 

small skin areas at controlled temperature. 

J. appl. Physiol., 4:920-924. 

MARBARGER, JOHN P., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With S. A. Fransblau, G. F. Vawter, 
C. V. Pcstel 
Effect of altitude stress on the human circu- 
latory system. Amer. J. Med., 12:603. 

With A. L. Brown, Jr., G. F. Vawter 

Temperature changes in humans during ex- 
posure to a lowered oxygen tension in a 
cool environment. /. Aviat. Med., 25:456- 
463. 



With S. A. Fra7icblaUj G. F. Vawter, 
R. W. Keeton 
Altitude stress in subjects with impaired 
cardiorespiratory function. A. Control 
studies on normal subjects. Project 21-23- 
019, Re. 1, USAF Air University, School 
of Aviation Medicine, Randolph Field, 
Texas. 

MOSS, W. GLEN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Effect of anesthesia upon adrenergic blockade. 

Science, iJ(5:151-152. 

REED, CARLOS L, Professor 

Articles 

Effect of cortisone on the positive potentials 
induced by glucosamine and amino purines 
in the synovial cavities of dogs. Amer. J. 
Physiol., 168:820-824. 

SCHILLER, ALFRED A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Clinical physiology of the capillary circulation. 
Med. Clin. N. Amer., 5(5:201-215. 

WAKERLIN, GEORGE E., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Clinical physiology of the kidney. Amer. 
Practit., 5:302-307. 

Kidney and hypertension. /. Urol., 67:27-36 
Miss. V. med. J., 74:91. 

Pathogenesis and treatment of essential hyper 
tension. Med. Clin. N. Amer., 5(5:129-138 

Recent advances in the pathogenesis and treat 
ment of athero-sclerosis. Ann. intern. Med 
57:313-322. 

The importance and implications of medical 
research today. Bttll. Mt. Sinai Hosp., 
Chicago, 4:1-7. 
Reviews 

L' Hypertension arterielle permanente et sa 
therapeutique : Indications medicales des in- 
terventions neuro-endocriniennes, by P. Eti- 
enne-Martin. /. Amer. med. Assn, 150:62. 

WHITEHORN, WILLIAM V., Associate 

Professor 

Articles 

The pathologic physiology of congestive heart 
failure. Med. Clin. N. Amer., 36:21-36. 
With J. W. Bean 

Cardiac changes induced by O2 at high pres- 
sure, CO2, and low O2, as manifest by the 
electrocardiogram. Amer. J. Phvsiol., 168: 
528-537. 
With W. C. Ullrick 

Influence of thyroid hormone on respiration of 
cardiac tissue. Amer. J. Physiol., 171: 
407-411. 



PSYCHIATRY 

ABOOD, L. G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. W. Gerard, J. Banks, R. D. Tschirgi 
Substrate and enzyme distribution in cell and 
cell fractions of the nervous system. Amer. 
J. Physiol., 168:728-738. 
With R. W. Gerard 

Oxidative esterification of phosphate by neural 
tissue. Amer. J. Physiol., 168:739-741. 
With R. W. Gerard, S. Ochs 

Electrical stimulation of metabolism of homog- 
enates and particulates. Amer. J. Physiol., 
171:134-139. 



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yyHh R. IV. Gerard. R. D. Tschirgi 

Spatial and chemical exchange of phosphate in 
the resting and acting nervous system. 
Pp. 798-825 in Phosphate metabolism. Vol. 
2. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore. 

ALKXANDER, FRANZ, Clinical Professor 

Books 

With Helen Ross 

Editor. Dynamic psychiatry. University of 
Chicago Press, Chicago. 578 pp. 

GERARD, R. \V., Professor 
Books 

Food for life. University of Chicago Press, 
Chicago. 306 pp. 
Articles 

The organization of science. Aiinii. Rev. 

Physiol., 14:l-\2. 
Ralph Stayner Lillie: 1875-1952. Science, 

116:^96-497. 
Where is the AIBS? AIBS Bull., 2:18-20. 
A final glance at the symposium. Pp. 619-624 
in The biology of mental health and disease. 
P. Hoeber. 
Two centuries of biology. In Advance in 

human thought. Harper & Bros. 
Biology of imagination. In The creative 
process. University of California Press. 
With L. G. Abood, J. Banks, R. D. Tschirgi 
Substrate and enzyme distribution in cells and 
ceil fractions of the nervous svstem. Amer. 
J. Physiol., i(5S:728-738. 
With L. G. Abood 

Oxidative esterification of phosphate by neural 
tissue. Amer. J. Physiol., 168:739-741. 
With L. G. Abood, S. Ochs 

Electrical stimulation of metabolism of homog- 
enates and particulates. Amer. J. Physiol., 
i7i :134-139. 
With O. E. Reynolds 

Survev of physiological science. Science, 
115:3. 
With L. G. Abood, R. D. Tschirgi 

Spatial and chemical exchange of phosphate 
in the resting and active nervous system. 
Pp. 798-825 in Phosphorus metabolism. Vol. 
2. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore. 
Reviews 

Man on his nature, by Sir Charles Scott 
Sherrington. Amer. J. hum. Genet., 4:56. 

GVARFAS, KALMAX, Associate Professor 
Articles 

IVith G. Pollock 

The subcortical actions of metrazol, tris-B- 

chloroethvl amine and cyanide. Arch. int. 

Pharmac'odyn., 59:252-257. 
The subcortical actions of carbon dioxide in 

the cat. Arch. int. Pharmacodyn., 90:233- 

240. 
Synergists and antagonists of carbon dioxide 

in the central nervous system. /. nerv. 

ment. Dis., iid :4S4-4S5. 

HOLLEXDER, MARC, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Psychosomatic approach to otolaryngology. 
Chapter in Diseases of the ear, nose, and 
throat, by F. L. Lederer. 6th ed. F. A. 
Davis Co., Philadelphia. 
The psychiatrist in a home for the aged. 
Chapter in Administration of homes for the 
aged. Council of Jewish Federations and 
Welfare Funds, X.Y. 
Individualizing the aged. Social Casework, 
33:337. 



Psychological reactions to cortisone. Psxchoscnn. 
Med., 14:306. 
With J. A. Galvin 

Teaching the psychological approach to every- 
day medical problems. J . med. Educ, 27 : 
182. 

MAGARET, ANN, Professor 
Articles 

Clinical methods: psychodiagnostics. Annu. 
Rev. Psychol., pp. 283-320. 
With Hassol and Cameron 

The production of language disorganization 
through personalized distraction. /. Psychol., 
ii:289-299. 
Reviews 

Statistical methodology reviews, by Buros. J. 

cons. Psychol., 16 :S5. 
The preduction of performance in clinical 
psychology, by Kelly and Fiske. /. cons. 
Psychol., 16:158. 

MEDUNA, LADISLAS J., Professor 
Articles 

The carbon dioxide treatment. Biol. ment. 
Health Dis., 27:572-577. 

POLLOCK, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Neurophysiological mechanisms in electrocon- 
vulsive therapy. Amer. J. Psychiat., 109: 

143-144. 
With K. Gyarfas 

The subcortical actions of metrazol, tris-B- 

chloroethyl amine and cyanide. Arch. int. 

Pharmacodyn., 89:252-257. 
The subcortical actions of carbon dioxide in 

the cat. Arch. int. Pharmacodyn., 90 :233- 

240. 
Synergists and antagonists of carbon dioxide 

in the central nervous system. /. nerv. 

ment. Dis., 116:454-455. 

SHAKOW, DAVID, Professor 
Articles 

Clinical psychology. Pp. 449-482 in Dynamic 
psychiatry. University of Chicago Press. 
With H. F. Dowling 

Time spent by internists on adult health edu- 
cation and preventive medicine. J. Amer. 
med. Assn, 149:628-631. 
With E. L. Kelly, et al. 

Psychology and its relationships with other 
professions. Amer. Psychol., 7:145-152. 



RADIOLOGY 

ANDERSON, JOHN R., Instructor 

Articles 

With R. A. Harvey, H. Garrison, 
J. S. Laughlin 
Comparison of dose distributions in patients 
treated with x-ray beams of widely different 
energies. Radiology, 5S:361-368. 

GARRISON, HUGH, Instructor 

Articles 

With R. A. Harvey, J. Anderson, 
J. S. Laughlin 
Comparison of dose distributions in patients 
treated with x-ray beams of widely different 
energies. Radiology, 5S:361-368. 



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HAAS. LEWIS L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Roentgeiioiogical skull measurements and their 
diagnostic applications. Amer.J. Roentgenol., 
67:197-209. 
With R. A. Harvey, J. S. Laughlin 

Betatron cancer therapy. Radiology, 55:23-24. 
Biological evaluation of skin effects of the 
23 mev. betatron. Amcr. J. Roentgenol., 
65:644-653. 

HARVEY, ROGER A., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Betatron x-rays and electrons in the treat- 
ment of cancer. X-Ray Tech., 24:83-85. 
IVith L. L. Haas, J. S. Laughlin 
Betatron cancer therapy. Radiology, 58:23-24. 
Biological evaluation of skin effects of the 
23 mev. betatron. Amer. J. Roentgenol., 
6«:644-6S3. 
With H. Garrison, J. Anderson, J. S. Laughlin 
Comparison of dose distributions in patients 
treated with x-ray beams of widely different 
energies. Radiology, 55:361-368. 

LAUGHLIN, JOHN S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. A. Harvey, L. L. Haas 

Betatron cancer therapy. Radiology, 55:23-34. 

Biological evaluation of skin effects of the 

23 mev. betatron. Amer. J. Roentgenol., 

65:644-653. 

With R. A. Harvey, H. Garrison, J. Anderson 

Comparison of dose distributions in patients 

treated with x-ray beams of widely different 

energies. Radiology, 55:361-368. 

LEADER, SAMUEL A., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Tuberculosis of the liver and gall bladder 
with abscess formation: a review and case 
report. Ann. intern. Med., j7:594. 



SURGERY 

COLE, WARREN H., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Books 

With R. Elman 

Textbook of general surgery. 6th ed. Apple- 
ton-Century-Crofts, Inc., N.Y. 
Articles 

Section on general surgery. Pp. 47-64 in 
Medicine of the year. J. B. Lippincott, 
Philadelphia. 

The need for greater accuracy in the de- 
termination of operability. Surg. Gynec. 
Obstet., 9-1:248 (Feb.). 

Recent advances in surgery. Kans. Cy med. 
J., 28:5 (Mar.-Apr.). 

The high cost of hospital care. Illinois med. 
J., 101 (June). 

Recurrence in carcinoma of the colon and 
proximal rectum following resection for 
carcinoma. Arch. Surg., 65:264 (Aug.). 

Recent trends in gall bladder surgery. /. Amer. 
med. Assn, 750:631 (Oct.). 
With J . Laws 

Electrolytes in surgery. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 
32,\:3. 
With W. J. Grove 

Persistence of symptoms following cholecyst- 
ectomy with special reference to anomalies 
of the ampulla of vater. Ann. Surg., 136: 
73 (July). 



DE PEYSTER, FREDERIC A., Instructor 

Articles 

With R. K. Gilcrist, O. Paul 

Risk of urgent surgery in presence of myo- 
cardial infarction and angina pectoris. 
Arch. Surg., 65:448-456 (Sept.). 

DE TAKATS, GEZA, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Diagnosis and management of peripheral vas- 
cular disease. Med. Clin. N. Amer., 36,1 
(Jan.). 
The response of the clotting equilibrium to 

postoperative stress. Surgery, 31,1:13-27. 
Limitations of sympathectomy in treatment of 
diastolic hypertension. /. Amer. med. Assn, 
148:1382 (Apr.). 
With M. Marshall 

Surgical treatment of arteriosclerotic aneu- 
rysms of the abdominal aorta. Arch. Surg., 
64:307-319 (Mar.). 

FELL, EGBERT H., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

With C. B. Davis, Jr. 

Recent advances in cardiac surgery. Surg. 
Clin. N. Amer., 32,1:247-261. 
With O. Paul, J. A. Campbell, C. B. Davis, Jr., 
L. Selverstone, R. Grissom 
Mitral stenosis — physiological studies, diag- 
nosis and treatment. Arch. Surg., 65:128- 
137 (July). 
With B. M. Gasul, R. Casas, R. Pereiras 

Congenital methemoglobinemia stimulating 
tricuspid atresia. /. Amer. med. Assii, 149: 
258-260 (May 17). 

GILCHRIST, R. KENNEDY, Clinical 
Professor 

Articles 

The importance of lymph nodes in gastro- 
intestinal carcinoma. Rev. Gastroent., 19, 
9:697-704. 
With F. A. dePeyster, O. Paul 

Risk of urgent surgery in presence of myo- 
cardial infarction and angina pectoris. 
Arch. Surg., 65:448-456 (Sept.). 

GREELEY, PAUL W., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

The full thickness skin graft. Plast. re- 
constr. Surg., 9,1:64-67. 

Progress: presidential address, American 
Society of Plastic and Reconstructive 
Surgery. Plast. reconstr. Surg., 9,2:89-94. 

Reconstruction of injuries following exces- 
sive radiation therapy. Amer. J. Surg., 
83,3:342-346. 

GROVE. WILLIAM J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. H. Cole 

Persistence of symptoms following cholecys- 
tectomy with special reference to anomalies 
of the ampulla of vater. Ann. Surg., 136: 
73-82. 



HECKEL, NORRIS J., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

The rebound phenomenon of the spermato- 
genie activity of the human testis follow- 
ing the administration of testosterone pro- 
pionate. Fertil. Steril. (Jan.-Feb.). 



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HERROLD, RUSSELL D., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Influence of small doses of stilbestrol on 
oligospermia. /. Urol., 6S:775-778. 

JULIAN, ORMAND C, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Treatment of peripheral vascular disease — 

modern concepts. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 

.'2:263-285. 
Surgical treatment of mitral stenosis. Arch. 

Surg., (55:621-629. 
Direct surgery of arteriosclerosis. Ann. 

Surg., 136:459-474. 

LAWTOX, STANLEY E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Primary adenocarcinoma of the appendix. 7. 
Amcr. med. Assn, 150:189-191. 

McMillan, foster L., Clinlcal Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Small lesions of the colon.. Arch. Surg., 64: 
686-695. 

MILLER, EDWIN M., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

The indications for vagotomy in the surgical 
treatment of the patient with chronic 
peptic ulcer which has failed to respond 
to medical management. Rev. Gastroent., 
19,8:624-629. 

With R. W. Ehrlkh, R. P. Meyer, 
C. B. Taylor, G. M. Hass 
Reconstruction of the tracheobronchial tree 
with resection of the lung, carina and 
lower trachea. An experimental study. 
Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 94:S7Q-':>76 (May). 

MONROE, CLARENCE W., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With R. H. Andresen, G. M. Hass 

The pattern of tissue reactions to autologous 

and homologous musculofascial transplants. 

J. exp. Med., 95:509-522. 

OLANDER, GEORGE A., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

With E. E. Glenn, G. May, C. B. Puestow 
Persistent elevation of serum amylase in 
acute pancreatitis. Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 
9-;: 334-336. 

PROHASKA, JOHN V., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The surgical treatment of carcinoma of the 

colon and rectum. Ariz. Med., 9,1. 
The present day concept of the physiology 
of peptic ulcer and its relation to surgical 
treatment. Ariz. Med., 9 (Apr.). 
Islet cell adenoma of the pancreas. Ariz. 
Med., 9 (Apr.). 

PUESTOW, CHARLES B., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With G. A. Olander, E. E. Glenn, G. Moy 
Persistent elevation of serum amylase in 

acute pancreatitis. A report of five cases. 

Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 94:334-336. 



SADOVE, MAX S., Professor and Head of 
Division of Anesthesia 

Articles 

With L. A. Gittelson, G. M. Wyant, 
H. E. Krctchmcr 
Classification and management of reactions 
to local anesthetic agents. /. Amer. med. 
Assn, 148:17-22. 
With G. M. Wyant, H. E. Kretchmer, 
L. A. Gittelson 
Procaine amide: a clinical study. Anesth. 
Analg., 31:45-57. 
With A. S. Gordon, F. Raymcn, A. C. Ivy 
Pole ton and other manual resuscitation 
methods. Industr. Med. Surg., 2i:147-152. 
With A. S. Gordon, F. Raymon, A. C. Ivy 
Artificial respiration. Postgrad. Med., 11: 
528-537. 
With A. S. Gordon, C. Frye 

New push-pull methods for pole top resusci- 
tation. Industr. Med. Surg., 2^:326-332. 

With R. C. Balagot 

The use of flaxedil for endotracheal intuba- 
tion. Anesthesiology, ii:437-438. 
With L. F. Kozi'olski 

Anesthesia for anorectal surgery. Amer. J. 
Proctology (Sept.). 
With G. M. Wyant 

An effective analgesic inhalation agent, trich- 
loroethylene (trimar) and the cyprane 
inhaler. Armamentarium. V. Mueller Co. 
9. 
With O. C. Julian, W. S. Dye, Jr., 
L. A. Baker 
Surgical treatment of mitral stenosis. Arch. 
Surg., 65:621-629. 

SCUDERI, CARLO, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Backache — its diagnosis and treatment from 
the standpoint of the general practitioner. 
S. Dak. J. Med. Pharm., pp. 133-142 
(May). 
With A. Ippolito 
Non-union of supracondylar fractures of the 
femur. 7. int. Coll. Surg., i7,l:l-18. 
With A. Ippolito 

Supra condlyar fractures of the femur. A 
recommended treatment for non-unions and 
fresh fractures. Amer. J. Surg., 55:313 
(Mar.). 

SOUTHWICK, HARRY W., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With D. P. Slaughter 

En bloc resection of cancer of the mouth 
and cervical lymphatics with preservation 
of the mandible. Ann. Surg., 136,6:957- 
963. 

STRAUS, FRANCIS H., Clinical Professor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

With C. O'Kane 

Leiomyoma of the duodenum: case report 
and review of the literature. Surgery, 32, 
5:869-873. 
With W. Johnson 

Intussusception of the small intestine pro- 
duced by metastatic renal carcinoma. Sur- 
gery, 32:991 (Dec). 



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STROHL, E. LEE, Clinical Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith IV. G. Diffenbaugh 

Acute cholecystitis. Surg. Clin. N. Amer 
52,1:63-70. 
With IV. G. Diffenbaugh, V. Gtiynn 

Symptoms of common duct stones. Arch 
Surg., (5^:788-793. 
With J. U. Stanger 

Endometriosis of the umbilicus. Illinois med. 

THEIS, FRANK V., Associate Clinical Pro- 
fessor 

Articles 

Peripheral vascular surgery: improved outlook 
for conservatism. Industr. Med. Surg. 21: 
50-56 (Feb.). 

Thrombosis of the terminal aorta: clinical and 
pathologic considerations for surgical treat- 
ment. Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 95:505-511 
(Oct. 4). 
JVith IV. Klingensmith 

Arterial embolectomy: factors considered in 
the selection of patients for operation Illi- 
nois med I., 101 ■.94-96 (Feb.). 
With IV. Klingensmith 

Femoral and iliac artery embolectomy; a criti- 
cal review of cases at the Cook County 
Hospital from 1946 to 1951. /. Amer. med 
Assn, 150:1393-1396 (Dec. 6). 

THOREK, PHILIP, Clinical Associate Pro- 
fessor 

Books 

Diseases of the esophagus. J. B. Lippincott 
Co., Philadelphia. 140 pp. 
Articles 

Jaundice. /. Ark. med. Soc., 48:189 
The stomach and the medical student / 
Amer. med. Assn, (Feb.). 



Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the 
esophagus. /. Amer. med. Assn, 4S- 808 
(Mar.). 

Acute abdominal emergencies. Postgrad. Med. 
11:139 (Feb.). ' 

Acute appendicitis. Med. Times, 80-599 
(Oct.). 

The acute abdomen. /. med. Assn Ga 41 -43 
(reb.). 

Recent trends in esophageal surgery. Rocky 

Mtn med. J. (June). 
Intestinal obstruction. .S". Dak. I Med 5 

159 (June) ' ' 

VERMEULEN, CORNELIUS W.. Associate 
jrrolessor 

Articles 

Progress in urology. Pp. 93-96 in Medicine 
of the year, 1952. J. B. Lippincott, Phila- 
delphia. 
With C. R. Helsby, R. Goetz 

Experimental urolithiasis. V. Prevention and 
dissolution of foreign body calculi by infec- 
tion and salmonella enteritidis. /. Urol 
68:790-797. ' 

WYANT, GORDON, M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With M. S.^Sadove, L. A. Gittelson, 
H. E. Kretchmer 
Classification and management of reactions to 
local anesthetic agents. /. Amer. med. 
Assn, 148:17-22. 
Procaine amide: a clinical study. Anesth 
Analg., ii:45-57. 
With M. S. Sadove 
An effective analgesic inhalation agent, tri- 
chloroethylene (trimar) and the cyprane 
inhaler. Armamentarium. V. Mueller Co P 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

APPLIED MATERIA MEDICA AND 
THERAPEUTICS 

KESEL, ROBERT C, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

With D. A. Wallace 

The etiology of caries. Int. dent. J., 2,4:574- 

WALLACE, DONALD A., Associate Professor 
With R. G. Kesel 

The etiology of caries. Int. dent. J., 2,4:574- 

CROWNS AND FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES 

TYLMAN, STANLEY D., Professor and Head 

01 Department 
Books 

Co-fditor Year book of dentistry. Year Book 
1 ubiishers, Chicago. 350 pp. 

HISTOLOGY 

SCIIOUR, ISAAC, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 
With M. Massler 

Relation of endemic dental fluorosis to mal- 
nutrition. /. Amer. dent. Assn, 44:\iS.\6i. 



The incidence and assessment of gingival dis- 
ease. /. Mo. dent. Assn, 52:196-201: / 
Canad. dent. Assn, i5:403-406. 
With M. Massler, W. Ludwick 

Dental caries and gingivitis in males 17 to 
20 years old (at the Great Lakes Naval 
Iraining Center). /. dent. Res., 31:\9S-199. 
With M. Massler, A. Cohen 

Epidemiology of gingivitis in children / 
47-319 324 ^^'■^^^' ■'■ ^'"^'■- ''^"'- ^•^■^"' 

With S. N. Bhaskar, R. O. Creep, 
J. P. Weinmann 
The corrective effect of parathyroid hormone 
on genetic anomalies in the dentition and 

257 270^ *^^ ''" ''*'■ '^' '^^"*' ^^^■' ^^ • 

With H. Medak, M. Weinreb, H. Sicher, 
I. P. Weinmann 
The effect of single doses of irradiation upon 
the tissues of the upper rat incisor. /. dent 
Res., 31:559-574. 

With I. L. Henry, J. Meyer, I. P. Weinmann 
Pattern of mitotic activity in the oral epithe- 
lium of rabbits. Arch. Path., 54:281-297. 
With S. N. Bhaskar, J. P. Weinmann 

The role of Meckel's cartilage in the develop- 
ment and growth of the rat mandible. / 
dent. Res., 5i:500-50I. 
With J. L. Henry, I. Meyer, J. P. Weinmann 
The pattern of mitotic activity in the oral 
epithelium of rabbits. /. dent. Res., 31-.482. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 65 



With J. T. Ir-ing. J. J. Pindborg, 
O. G. Fitzhugit, J. P. IVeinmann 
Symptoms of vitamin A and E deficiencies in 
the incisor of the rat fed sodium sulfite. /. 
dent. Res.. ji:8 15-824. 

WEN'TZ, FRANK M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

lyith A. ir. Maier, B. Orban 

Age changes and sex differences in the clini- 
cally "normal" gingiva. /. Periodont., 23: 
13-14. 



ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 

LASKIX, DANIEL M., Instructor 

Articles 

With B. G. Sarnat, J. A. Bain 

Respiration and anaerobic glycolysis of trans- 
planted cartilage. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol. 
Med., 79:474-476. 

OLECH, ELI, Associate Professor and 

Director of Minor Oral Surgery Clinic 

Articles 

Monostotic Page's disease of the mandible. 
/. oral Surg., 10,2:106-111. 

ROBINSON, IRWIN B., Instructor 
Articles 

With B. G. Sarnat 

Roentgen studies of the maxillae and man- 
dible in sickle-cell anemia. Radiology, 58: 
517-523. 

SARNAT, BERNARD G., Professor and Head 
of Department 

Articles 

With B. Gans 

Growth of bones: methods of assessing and 
clinical importance. Plast. Reconstr. Surg., 
9,2:140-160. 

With D. M. Laskin, J. A. Bain 

Respiration and anaerobic glycolysis of trans- 
planted cartilage. Proc. Soc. e.xp. Biol. 
Med., 79:474-476. 

With I. B. Robinson 

Roentgen studies of the maxillae and man- 
dible in sickle-cell anemia. Radiology, 58: 
517-523. 

SCHULTZ, LOUIS W., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Burns of the mouth. Amer. J. Surg., 83,5 : 
619-621. 



ORTHODONTICS 

BRODIE, ALLAN G., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

Orthodontics. Chap. S in Lippincott's hand- 
book of dental practice. 2d ed. J. B. 
Lippincott Co., Philadelphia. 
Consideration of musculature in diagnosis, 
treatment, and retention. Amer. J. Ortho- 
dont., 55:823-835. 

DOWNS, WILLIAM B., Professor 
Articles 

The role of cephalometrics in orthodontic 

case analysis and diagnosis. Amer. J. 

Ortlwdont., 38:162-182. 



ENGEL, MILTON B., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Mobilization of mucoprotein by parathyroid 
extract. Arch. Path., 5i: 339-351. 

Hormonal gingivitis. /. Amer. dent. Assn, 
44:691-697. 

Lability of bone. Angle Orthodont., 22:116- 
119. 
With H. R. Catchpole, H. R. Joseph 

Interaction of ions and connective tissue. 
Biochim. biophys. Acta, 5:375-587. 

The action of relaxin on the public sym- 
physis of the guinea pig studied electron- 
ically. /. Endocrin., 8:277. 

RICKETTS, ROBERT M., Instructor 

Articles 

Various conditions of the temporomandibular 
joint as revealed by cephalometric lamina- 
graphy. Angle Orthodon., 22:98-115. 



PATHOLOGY — DIVISION OF ORAL 
PATHOLOGY 

BHASKAR, SURINDAR N., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With I. Schour, R. O. Greep, J. P. Weinmann 

The corrective effect of parathyroid hormone 

on genetic anomalies in the dentition and 

the tibia of the ia rat. J. dent. Res., 31: 

257-270. 

With J. P. Weinmann, I. Schour 

The role of Meckel's cartilage in the devel- 
opment and growth of the rat mandible. 
/. dent. Res., ii: 500-501. 

BURSTONE, MARVIN S., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

A histochemical study of irradiated bone. 
Atner. J. Path., 2<S: 1133-1141. 
With E. Bond, R. Litt 

Familial gingival hypertrophy in the dog 
(Boxer breed). Arch. Path., 54:208-212. 
With F. O. Baets 

A case of primary oral lymphosarcoma. Oral 
Surg., 5:830-832. 

MEYER, JULIA, Research Associate 
Articles 

With J . L. Henry, J. P. Weinmann, I. Schour 
The pattern of mitotic activity in oral 
epithelium of rabbits. Arch. Path., 54: 
281-297. 

WEINMANN, JOSEPH P., Professor and 

Head of Division 
Articles 

Periodontitis: etiology, pathology, sympto- 
matology. /. Amer. dent. Assn, 44:701- 
705. 
With S. N. Bhaskar, I. Schour, R. O. Greep 
The corrective effect of parthyroid hormone 
on genetic anomalies in the dentition and 
the tibia of the ia rat. /. dent. Res., 31: 
257-270. 
With J. L. Henry, J. Meyer, I. Schour 

The pattern of mitotic activity in oral epithe- 
lium of rabbits. Arch. Path., 54:281-297. 
With H. Medak, M. Weinreb, H. Sicher, 
I. Schour 
The effect of single doses of irradiation on 
the tissues of the upper rat incisor. /. 
dent. Res.. ii:559-S74. 



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WEINMANN, JOSEPH P. (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

IVitli J. T. Irving, J. J. Pindborg, 

O. G. Fitzhugh, I. Schour 
Symptoms of vitamin A and E deficiencies 

in the incisor of the rat fed sodium sulfite. 

J. dent. Res., j J: 815-824. 



PEDODONTICS 

MASSLER, MAURY, Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 

With Braucr, Demeritt, Higlcy, Schour 

Textbook of dentistry for children. 3d ed. 
Blakiston Co., Philadelphia. 

Articles 

Oral screen. 7. dent. Child., 79,3: 100-106. 
Caries control in infants and children. MD, 
7,11:356-359. 
With B. Agitirre 

Exfoliation of teeth by means of elastic 
bands. /. Dent. Child., i9, 2: 56-59. 
With I. Schour 

Relation of endemic dental fluorosis to mal- 
nutrition. /. Amer. dent. Assn, 44,2:156- 
165. 

With R. D. Emslie, J. D. Zxuemer 

Mouthbreathing: I. etiology and effects (a 
review). /. Amer. dent. Assn, 4^:506-521. 
With W. Ludwick, I. Schour 

Dental caries and gingivitis in males 17 to 
20 years old. /. dent. Res., ii, 2: 195-199. 
With W. Ludwick 

Relation of dental caries experience and 
gingivitis to geographic location and size 
of community in males 17 to 21 years old 
(at the Great Lakes Naval Training 
Center). J. dent. Res., 5J, 3:313-318. 



Relation of dental caries experience and 
girigivitis to cigarette smoking in males 
17 to 21 years old (at the Great Lakes 
Naval Training Center). /. dent. Res., 
iJ, 3:319-322. 
With A. Cohen, I. Schour 

Epidemiology of gingivitis in children. J. 
Amer. dent. Assn, -^5,3: 319-324. 
With A. J. M alone 

Index of nailbiting in children. /. ahnortn. 
(soc.) Psychol., 47,2:193-202. 

Fractured anterior teeth — • diagnosis, treat- 
ment and prognosis. Dent. Dig., pp. 442- 
447 (Oct.). 



RADIOLOGY 

DONOVAN, MARGUERITE H., Assistant 
Articles 

Dental radiography and photography. East- 

Dian Kodak, 25,3. 

WAINWRIGHT, WILLIAM WARD, 
Professor and Head of Department 

Articles 

Some medical and dental implications of 
radioactive tracers studies including tooth 
permeability. Ann. Dent., 11,2. 

Advances in nutrition through investigations 
with radioactive tracers. 7. Amer. Acad, 
apfl- Nutr. (May). 

The permeability of human dental root 
structures to radioactive iodine. 7. Perio- 
dont., 25:95-102 (Apr.). 

Reviews 

Roentgen anatomy-roentgen anotomia, by 

D. Steel. 7. Amer. dent. Assn, 44:362 

(Mar.); 7. Oral Surg., 10:174 (Apr.). 
Labeled atoms, by R. Glasscock. 7. Amer. 

dent. Assn, 45:125 (July). 
X-rays in dentistry, Eastman Kodak. 7. oral 

Surg., 10:350 (Oct.). 



COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



CHEMISTRY 

JOSEPH, NORMAN R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. B. Engcl, H. R. Catchpole 

Interaction of ions and connective tissue. 

Biochim. biophys. Acta, 8:572. 
The action of relaxin on the pubic symphy- 
sis of the guinea pig, studied electro- 
metrically. 7. Endocrin., 8:377. 

KIRCH, ERNST R., Professor 
Articles 

With D. Ramaswami, E. Jenney 

Chemical constitution and biological activity 
of some organophosphorous compounds. 
Science, 116:58-60 (July 18). 



WEBSTER, GEORGE L., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Books 

With L. E. Blanch 

The pharmaceutical curriculum. George 
Banta Publishing Co. 250 pp. 

Articles 

The sequential order of courses in physical 
sciences and mathematics in the pharma- 
ceutical curriculum. Amer. J. pharm. 
Educ, 16:22-31. 



CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION 



.\NDERSON, LE MOYNE W., Instructor in 

Library Science 
^^ticles 
Radio's role in large university libraries. 
J. AER, ii: 42-44. 

EASTWOOD, RALPH A., Instructor in 

Commerce 
Vrtlcles 

With J. J. Scant an 
Operating costs of 15 cooperative poultry 

dressing plants. Bull. U. S. Dcp. Agric, 

Fin Cred. Adin., 70. 73 pp. 

FEIXSTEIN, IRWIN K., Instructor in 

Mathematics 
teviews 

Trigonometry, by C. T. Holmes. Math. 

Teach., -/i: 393-394. 
An outline of statistical methods, by Herbert 

Arkin and R. R. Colton. Alath. Teach., 

45:550. 

FRANK, EVELYN, Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 
Articles 
On the properties of certain continued frac- 
tions. Proc. Amcr. math. Soc, 3:921-937. 
On certain determinantal equations. Amer. 

math. Man., 59:300-309. 
ieviews 
Sur une propriete des polynomes orthogo- 

naux, by Jacques Touchard. Math. Rev., 

13:32. 
On the structure of extremal polynomials, by 

Michael Fekete. Math. Rev., 13:32-33. 
On approximative solution of algebraic equa- 
tions, by Paul Turan. Math. Rev., 13:77. 
Recurrent series of Legendre polynomials, by 

J. M. Orts. Math. Rev., 13:129. 
Note on iterations with convergence of higher 

degree, by Haskell B. Curry. Math. Rev., 

13:162. 
On the roots of algebraic equations, by 

Yudell L. Luke and Dolores Utford. Math. 

Rev., 13:163. 
A property of the graph of some special 

real functions, by L. Kuipers. Math. Rev., 

13:232. 
Polynomial iterations to roots of algebraic 

equations, by Alston S. Householder. Math. 

Rev., 13:232. 
Best starting values for an iterative process 

of taking roots, by Preston C. Hammer. 

.Math. Rev., 13:283. 
Existence of intervals of contraction in a 

class of polynomials of degree n, by Alex- 

andru Froda. Math. Rev., Jj:343. 
Geometrisch-anschauliche Auflosung linearer 

mit Nullkoeffizienten ausgestatteter Gleich- 

ungs-systeme, by Konrad Friedrich and 

Werner Jenne. Math. Rev., 13:387. 
Note on some theorems of Erdos and Griind- 

wald, by B. Meulenbeld. Math. Rev., 13: 

445. 
An algorithm for fitting a polynomial through 

n given points, by F. N. Frenkiel and H. 

Polachek. Math. Rev., 13:496. 
Application d'une theoreme de M. Lidskii a 

la recherche des limites superieure et in- 

ferieure des parties reelles des zeros d'un 

polynome, by Maurice Parodi. Math. Rev., 

13:552. 



Zur genaherten Auflosung algebraischer 

Cileichungen, by K. H. Bachmann. Math. 

Rev., 13:586. 
Resolution nunierique complete d'une equa- 
tion algebriijue, by Jean Peltier. Math. 

Rev., 13:691. 
Calcolo approssimato dclle radici reali di 

una equazione, by Francesco Casale. Math. 

Rev., 13:782. 
Iterationsverfahren zue Berechnung kom- 

plexer Nullstellen vom Gleichungen, by 
_. F. Wenzl. Math. Rev., 13:990. 
Uber Polynomkettenbriiche, by Hermann 

Ludwig Schmid. Zbl. Math., 42:68-69. 
Eigenschaften der Diagonalkettenbriiche, by 

Nils Pipping. Zbl. Math., 42:296. 
Some theorems on the approximation of irra- 
tional numbers by the convergents of their 

continued fractions, by Nathaniel Macon. 

Zbl. Math., 42:297. 
On the effectiveness at the origin of product 

and inverse sets of polynomials, by M. 

Nassif. Zbl. Math., 42:309. 
Die Divisibilitat der Polynome, by Hj. Tall- 

quist. Zbl. Math., 4i:253-2S4. 
Die sogenannte Fundamentalsatz der Algebra 

als Satz der reellen Analysis, by Ernst 
,. Mohr. Zbl. Math., 44:8. 
Uber einen integralartigen Grenziibergang 

bei Kettenbriichen, by Alfred Stohr. Zbl. 

Math., 44:56. 
Kettenbriiche mit Differentialen als Teilnen- 

nern und ihre Anwendungen, by P. Puig 

Adam. Zbl. Math., 44:56-57. 

GLASSMAN, SIDNEY F., Instructor in 

Biological Sciences 
Articles 

The flora of Ponape. Bull B.P. Bishop Mus., 

209:l-\51. 
List of non-vascular plants from Ponape, 
Caroline Islands. Amer. Midi. Nat., 48: 
735-740. 

GRAMPP, WILLIAM D., Associate Professor 
of Economics 

Books 

IVith E. T. Weiler 

Editor. Economic policy, readings in political 
economy. Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Home- 
wood, 111. 393 pp. 

Articles 

The liberal elements in English mercantilism. 

Quart. J. Econ., 66:465-501. 
Words in public. Sat. Rev., pp. 9-10, 36-38 
(Sept. 20). 
Reviews 

The principles of social and political theory, 
by Ernest Barker. New Leader, (Aug. 
10). 

HARTLEY, MILES C, Assistant Professor 

of Mathematics 
Books 
With D. Skolnik 

Dynamic solid geometry. D. Van Nostrand 

& Co., Inc., N. Y. 231 pp. 

HOPKINS, DWIGHT L., Professor of 

Biological Sciences 
Books 

Syllabus for general zoology. Biodynamics 

Press, Park Ridge, III. 42 pp. 



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JVith E. B. Little, Halina Presley 

The elements of biodynamics. 3d ed. Stipes 
Publishing Co., Champaign, 111. 125 pp. 
With Rita Faughnan, Halina Presley 

Laboratory manual of general zoology. Bio- 
dynamics Press, Park Ridge, 111. 88 pp. 

JOHNSON, FALK S., Instructor in English 
Articles 
With others 
Bibliography: present-day English. Amer. 
Speech, 27:54-60 (Feb.); 27:128-133 
(May); 27:209-213 (Oct.). 

KOZACKA, JOSEPH S., Associate Professor 
of Mechanical Engineering 

Articles 

]Vith H. A. Erickson, H. W. Highriter, 
A. F. Gabriel 
An investigation of cemented tungsten car- 
bide as bearing material. Amer. Soc. 
Mech. Engrs, Paper No. 52-A-4S. 

LARIVIERE, ROSE, Instructor in 

Mathematics 
Articles 

Introducing congruences. Amer. Math. Mon., 
59,9:658-659. 

LEASE, BENJAMIN, Assistant Professor of 

English 

Articles 

Realism and Joseph Kirkland's Zury. Amer. 
Lit.. 2j: 464-466. 

LITTLE, ELLIS, Instructor in Biology and 
Education 

Books 

With D. L. Hopkins, Halina Presley 

The elements of biodynamics. Stipes Pub- 
lishing Co., Champaign, 111. 725 pp. 

MADISON, KENNETH M., Assistant 
Professor of Biological Sciences 

Books 

With Rosamond McMillan 

A manual of microbiology. Biodynamics 
Press, Park Ridge, 111. xxxiv -|- 97 pp. 



RADICE, CANIO, Assistant Professor of Art 
Reviews 

French painting between the past and the 

present, by Joseph C. Sloane. Art Dig. 

(Apr. 15). 

SANCHEZ, JOSE, Assistant Professor of 

Spanish 
Articles 

Linguaiilms: filmstrips and slides on Ger- 
many. German Quart., pp. 153-159 (May). 
Linguafilms: filmstrips and slides of Spain. 

Hispania, pp. 436-437 (Nov.). 
Linguafilms: the use of filmstrips and slides 

in modern languages. Mod. Lang. J., pp. 

77-79 (Feb.). 
Linguafilms: filmstrips and slides on Latin 

America. Mod. Lang. Forum, pp. 55-69 

(Mar.-June). 
Linguafilms: filmstrips and slides on Italy. 

Italica, pp. 245-251 (Dec). 

SANGSTER, WILLIAM, Assistant Professor 
of Biological Sciences 

Books 

A laboratory manual of Vertebrate Embry- 
ology. Biodynamics Press, Park Ridge, 
111. 37 pp. 

SCHROEDER, ROY W., Assistant Professor 
of Foundry and Pattern Laboratory 

Articles 

Chicago melting school. Amer. Foundrym., 

22,2:81-82. 
Judges' comments on entries in the 1952 

annual A. F. S. apprentice contest. Amer. 

Foundrym., 22,5:60-62. 

THOMPSON, WAYNE N., Associate 

Professor of Humanities 
Articles 

National contest in public discussion. Speech 

Activ., 5:41-42. 

TORT, FERDINA J. CAPPARELLI DE, 

Instructor in Spanish 

Articles 

Community reading. Mod. Lang. J., 36,6: 
279-281. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS annual list 



PUBLICATIONS 
OF THE FACULTY 



January 1, 1953 to December 31, 1953 



published by the university research board 

GRADUATE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA 



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CONTENTS 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA, 3-57 

Accountancy, 3 

Aeronautical Enfcineeriiig, 3 

Agricultural Economics, 4 

Agricultural Engineering, S 

Agronomy, S 

Animal Science, 7 

Architecture, 9 

Art, 9 

Astronomy, 9 

Aviation, Institute, 9 

Bacteriology, 9 

Botany, 10 

Business Education, 11 

Business Management, Bureau, 11 

Business Office, 1 1 

Ceramic Engineering, 11 

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 12 

City Planning and Landscape Architecture, 18 

Civil Engineering, 18 

Classics, 19 

Communications Research, Institute, 19 

Dairy Science, 19 

Dean of Students, 21 

Digital Computer Laboratory, 21 

Economic and Business Research, Bureau, 21 

Economics, 21 

Education, 23 

Educational Research, Bureau, 25 

Electrical Engineering, 27 

Engineering Administration, 28 

English, 28 

Entomology, 30 

Extension Division, 30 

Food Technology, 30 

Forestry, 31 

French, 31 

General Studies, Division, 32 

Geography, il 

Geology, iZ 

German, 34 

Government and Public Affairs, Institute, 34 

Health Service, 34 

History, 34 

Home Economics, 35 

Horticulture, 36 

Journalism and Communications, School, 37 

Labor and Industrial Relations, Institute, 37 

Law, College, 38 

Library and Library School, 38 

Marketing, 40 

Mathematics, 40 

Mechanical Engineering, 41 

Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, 42 

Music, School, 43 

Natural History Museum, 43 

Nonacademic Personnel, 43 

Philosophy, 43 

Physical Education for Men, 44 

Physical Education for Women, 45 



Physics, 45 

Physiology, 48 

Political Science, 48 

President's Office, 49 

Provost's Office, 49 

Psychology, 49 

Research on Exceiitional Children, Institute, 51 

Small Homes Council, 51 

Social Work, School, 52 

Sociology and Anthropology, 52 

Spanisli and Italian, 52 

Speecli, 53 

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, S3 

Veterinary Medicine, 55 

Zoology, 56 

CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES, 58-75 

College of Dentistry, 58-59 

Applied Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 58 

Clinical Dentistry, 58 

Full and Removable Partial Dentures, 58 

Crowns and Fixed Partial Dentures, 58 

Histology, 58 

Medical and Dental History, 58 

Operative Dentistry, 58 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 59 

Orthodontics, 59 

Pathology, 59 

Pedodontics, 59 

College of Medicine, 60-75 

Anatomy, 60 

Bacteriology, 60 

Biological Chemistry, 60 

Clinical Science, 61 

Dermatology, 61 

Medicine, 61 

Neurology and Neurological Surgery, 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 65 

Orthopaedic Surgery, 66 

Otolaryngology, 66 

Pathology, 68 

Pediatrics, 69 

Pharmacology, 69 

Physical Medicine 

Physiology, 70 

Psychiatry, 71 

Radiology, 72 

Surgery, li 

College of Pharmacy, 76 

Chemistry, 76 

Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy, Id 

Pharmacy, 76 

Pharmacy Administration, Td 

CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION, 77-78 



65 



and Rehabilitation, 70 



Explanation of Listing 

The following list includes publications dated 1953, regardless 
of actual time of .appearance or date of preparation. Some 
publications that appeared in 1952 but were not listed then 
are included now, with the date indicated. Where no date 
appears, the year 1953 should be assumed. 

This list was compiled from reports submitted by individual 
staff members through their department heads. The arrange- 
ment is alphabetical by authors within each department. 



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DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 



ACCOUNTANCY 



DICKEV. ROBERT I., Professor 

Articles 

To see ourselves as others see us (a com- 
mentary on three reports by teams of Euro- 
pean experts on accounting in the U. S.)- 
///. Cert. Pub. Acct., 16,1:50-55. 

HAY, LEON E., Instructor 
Articles 

Hospital accounting theory and practice. ///. 
Cert. Pub. Acct., i6:28-34. 

MAUTZ, ROBERT K., Associate Professor 
Books 

Duties of junior accountants. Published as 
supplement to C.P..-1. Handbook, American 
Institute of Accountants, X. V. 85 pp. 
Articles 

Emphasis on reporting could settle income 
statement controversy. /. Accy., 96:212-216. 
"Full disclosure" of financial transactions. 
The Controller, 21:22. 

Reviews 

Principles of auditing, by Walter B. Meigs. 
Accounting Rez'., 25:599-600. 

SCOVILL, HIRAM T., Professor, Emeritus 
Articles 

The accountant and his conscience. Collegiate 
Ne-ws and Views, 14,2:7-10. 

WISEMAN, DORSEY E., Instructor 

Articles 

A review of improvements in federal govern- 
ment accounting. Accounting Rev., 28:570: 
575. 



AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

HILTON, HARRY H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With T. P. Tarda, F. C. Hall 

Analysis of viscous laminar incompressible 
flow through axial-flow turbomachines with 
infinitesimal blade spacing. /. Appl. Mech., 
20:401-406. 

KRZYWOBLOCKI, MARIA Z., Professor 
Articles 

Bergman's linear integral operator method in 
the theory of compressible fluid flow. A. 
Subsonic flow. Ocsterreichisches Ingenieur- 
Archiv, 6,5:330-360, Nov., 1952. 

On the generalized fundamental equations of 
isotropic turbulence in compressible fluids 
and hypersonics. Proc. First U. S. Nat. 
Cong. Appl. Mech., ASME, Edwards 
Brothers, Ann Arbor, Mich. pp. 827-835, 
Dec, 1952. 

On the fundamentals of locally isotropic tur- 
bulence in magneto-hydrodynamics of a 
compressible medium. Acta Physica Aus- 
triaca, 6,4:250-256. 

On the extension of Friedrichs' theorem on 
non-vanishing of the Jacobian to rotational 
inviscid isentropic and viscous flows. Bul- 
letin de la Societe Mathematique de Grece, 
27,1,2,3:3-19. 

On the two-dimensional laminar boundary 
layer equations for hypersonic flow in con- 
tinuum and in rarefied gases. /. Aero. Soc. 
India, 3,1:1-12. 



On the general theory of down-wash behind 
a finite wing in supersonic range. Dull. 
Calcutta Math. Soc, 45,1:21-A0. 

On the fimdamcntals of the boundary layer 
theory. J. Franklin Institute, 255,4:289-299. 

Possible particular solutions of the laminar 
boundary layer e(iuations along a flat plate 
in hypersonic flow in continuum and in 
rarefied gases. /. Aero. Soc. India, 5,2: 
23-35. 

On vortex equation in isentroi)ic flow. 7. 
Physical Soc. Japan, ,?,3 :387-389. 

On the stability of Benard-Karman vortex 
street in compressible fluids, 1. Acta 
Physica Austriaca, 7,3:283-298. 

On the variation of kinetic energy and in- 
ternal energy of a viscous compressible 
fluid flow in a two-dimensional domain. 
Bull. Soc. Math. Grece, 25,1,2,3:37-50. 

On the decay of turbulence in compressible 
fluids in terms of vorticity. Proc. Third 
Midivcstern Conf. Fluid Mechanics. Univ. 
of INIinn. pp. 413-425. 

Vortex streets in incompressible media. Appl. 
Mech. Rev., 6,9:393-397. 

Stress analysis of circular frames. Technical 
Notes, /. Royal Aeronautical Soc, 57,513: 
600. 

Simple approximate method of beam shear 
flow analysis. Pub. de I'Jnstitut Mathe- 
matique de I' Academic Serve des Sciences, 
5:69-76. 

The "independent scalars" in homogeneous 
turbulence in compressible media. /. Phys. 
Soc Japan, 5,6:745-746. 

A solution of the laminar boundary layer 
equations for a compressible fluid with 
variable properties, including dissociation, 
by L. L. Moore. J. Aero. Sci., 20,2:136. 

Shock wave effects on the laminar skin fric- 
tion of an insulated flat plate at hypersonic 
speeds, by Li, T. Y. and H. T. Nagamatsu. 
/. Aero. Sci., 20:11:799-800. 

The end problem of rectangular strips, by 
G. Horvay. /. Appl. Mech., Trans. ASME. 
20,4:576-578. 

Stability of thin elastic plates covering an 
arbitrary simply connected region and sub- 
ject to any admissable boundary conditions, 
by G. A. Zizicas. J. Appl. Mech., Trans. 
ASME, 20,4:591-592. 

Reviews 

The theory of homogeneous turbulence, by 

G. K. Batchelor. /. Franklin Institicte, 256, 

2:192-193. 
The stability of rotating liquid masses, by 

R. A. Lyttleton. /. Franklin Institute, 256, 

5:476-477. 
Vorticity and the thermodynamic state of 

gas flow, by C. Truesdell. Internat. Math. 

Nachrichten, Nr. 27/28. 

TORDA, T. PAUL, Professor 

Articles 

Wake of a flat plate in laminar flow. Proc. 
Third Midivestern Conf. Fluid Mechanics. 
Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, Mich. 
IVith IV. O. Ackermann, H. R. Burnett 

Symmetric turbulent mixing of two parallel 
streams, /. Appl. Mech., 20:66-73. 
With H. H. Hilton, F. C. Hall 

Analysis of viscous laminar incompressible 
flow through axial-flow turbomachines with 
infinitesimal blade spacing. /. Appl. Mech., 
20:401-406. 



4 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

BARTLETT, R. W., Professor 

Articles 

Is a 90 percent parity price desirable for 

dairy farmers? ///. FatDi Econ., 212-213: 

1437-1441. 
What can be done to strengthen the dairy 

industry? ///. Farm Ecan., 214-215-A466- 

1469. 
Increased incomes and low store prices: The 

key to higher per capita milk sales in the 

Chicago market. ///. Farm Ecmi., 216 : 

14S4-14S7. 

BAUDER, W. W., Professor 

Articles 

IVith Joseph Gilbert Hardee 

Town-country relations in special-interest or- 
ganizations, four selected Kentucky coun- 
ties. K\. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull., 586. 36 pp. 
(June, 1952) 
With James N. Yming 
Membership characteristics of special-interest 
organizations. K\. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull., 
594. 36 pp. 
With Paul D. Richardson 

Participation in organized activities in a 
Kentucky rural community. Ky. Agr. Exp. 
Sta. Bull., 598. 28 pp. 
Reviews 

The relationship of parental authority patterns 
to teenage adjustments, by Paul H. Landis 
and Carol L. Stone. Rural Sociology, 18: 
301. 

CASE, H. C. M., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Books 
With P. E. Johnston 

Principles of farm management. J. B. Lippin- 
cott Company, Philadelphia. 466 pp. 

HANNAH, H. W., Professor 

Articles 

The legal nature of agricultural organiza- 
tions and agencies operating in Illinois 
counties. 111. Farm Econ., 210-211:1429- 
1435. 

Reviews 

The legal status of the tenant farmer in the 
southeast, by Charles S. Mangum. Vander- 
bilt La7u Rev., (5:812-814. 

Law and the farmer, by Jacob H. Beuscher. 
/. Legal Educ, 5. 

HENEBERRY, W. H., First Assistant 

Articles 

Incomes and costs on Clarence-Rowe and 
Flanagan-Drummer soils as related to land 
value. ///. Farm Econ., 214-215:1469-1471. 

JOHNSTON, P. E., Professor 

Books 

With H. C. M. Case 

Priticiples of farm management, by J. B. 
Lippincott Company, Philadelphia. 466 pp. 

JORDAN, G. L., Professor 
Articles 

Forces back of recent price movements. ///. 
Farm Econ., 216:1476-1479. 

KRAUSZ, N. G. P., Assistant Professor 

See Government and Public Affairs, Institute 
of, page 34. 



MUELLER, A. G., Assistant 
Articles 

Summary of annual farm business reports on 
Illinois farms for the year 1952. ///. Farm 
Econ., 217-218:1489-1503. 

NORTON, L. J., Professor 
Articles 

Role of market development in the further 

utilization of agricultural resources. Proc. 

Internal. Conf. Agr. Economists — Sth 

Conf. 1952, Oxford University Press, pp. 

205-217. 
When to market grain. Univ. III. College Agr. 

Circ, 711. 28 pp. 
Grain price trends in 1953. III. Farm Econ., 

210-211:1421-1425. 
Some ways to improve markets for Illinois 

farm products. ///. Farm Econ., 214-215: 

1457-1462. 

REISS, F. J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

So you want to farm! ///. Farm Econ., 214- 
215:1453-1457. 

SAUER, E. L., Agricultural Economist, 

Agricultural Research Service 
Articles 

With J. B. Stall, G. R. Hall, S. W. Melsted 
The silting of Lake Carthage. State of Illi- 
nois, Dept. Registration and Education, 
Investigate, iS:l-21. 
It pays to invest money in soil conservation 
and related improvements. /. Soil and 
Water Conservation, 5:120-129. 
What's in it for me. Farm Equipment and 
Retailing, id: 19-64. 
Reviews 

Principles of farm management, by H. C. M. 
Case and P. E. Johnston. /. Soil and 
Water Conservation, 5:140-141. 
Introduction to economics for agriculture, by 
John D. Black. /. Soil and Water Con- 
servation, 5:189-190. 

STEWART, C. L., Professor 
Reviews 

The limits of the earth, by Osborn Fairfield. 
Chicago Tribune, Nov. 29. 

SWANSON, E. R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Profit maximization and measures of farm 
success. /. Farm Econ., J5 :628-633. 

THOMPSON, W. N., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Dollars and cents in land use. ///. Farm 

Econ., 212-213:1442-1445. 

VAN ARSDALL, R. N., Assistant 

Articles 

With D. B. Ibach, Thayer Cleaver 

Economic and functional characteristics bi 
farm dairy buildings. Univ. III. Agr. Exp. 
Sta. Bull. 570. 64 pp. 

WEST, V. I., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Discussion of statistical demand analysis. 
Econometrica, 2i :343-344. 

WILKEN, D. F., Assistant 
Articles 

Effect of efficiency and intensity of pork 

production on net farm earnings. III. Farm 

Econ., 2i6:1479-1484. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 5 



WILLIAMS, S. W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Costs and returns to Alabama milk distribu- 
tors. Ala. Agr. Exp. St a. Bull., 2S7. 70 pp. 

WILLS. J. E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With. R. E. Rogers 
Costs of various hay-making methods. ///. 
Farm Econ., 216:U7Z-U76. 

WILLS, W. T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

^Lirketing charges in the livestock industry. 

111. Farm Econ., 210-211:\425-U29. 
Experiences in marketing hogs on a live 

qualitv basis. ///. Farm Econ., 212-213: 

1445-1447. 
Livestock auctions in Illinois. III. Farm 

Econ., 214-215 ■.\462-lA64. 
Marketing dairy cows. ///. Farm Econ., 214- 

2i5:1464-1466. 

WORKING, E. J., Professor 
Articles 

The decline of cattle prices. III. Bus. Rev., 

10 :S-9. 
The effectiveness of free market prices in 
allocating resources within agriculture. /. 
Farm Econ., 35 ■.784-794. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

CARTER, D. G., Professor 

Articles 

n-ith R. X. I'an Arsdall 

Economic analysis of farm dairy buildings. 
Agr. Eng. J., 35,1:19-21,27. 

HOPKINS. D. F., Research Assistant 

Articles 

With G. E. Pickard 

Corn shelling with combine cylinder. Agr. 
Eng. J., 34,7:46\. 

PICKARD, G. E., Professor 

Articles 

With D. F. Hopkins 

Corn shelling with combine cylinder. Agr. 
Eng. J., 34,7:461. 

VAN ARSDALL, R. X., Assistant 
With D. G. Carter 

Economic analysis of farm dairy buildings. 
Agr. Eng. J.. 35,1:19-21,27. 

AGRONOMY 

ALEXANDER, D. E., Instructor 
Articles 

With L. F. Bauman, R. W. Jugenheimer, 
C. M. Woodtvorth 
Experimental corn hybrids tested in 19S2. 
Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 563. 

BEAVERS. A. H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. L. Larson 

Electrophoresis of clays by the Schlieren mov- 
ing boundary procedure. Proc. Soil Sci. 
Soc. Amer., 17:22-26. 

BEVER, W. M., -Professor 
Articles 

Further studies on physiologic races of 
Ustilago tritici. Phytopathol., 43 :681-6ii. 



With J. W. Pendleton, 0. T. Bonnett, 
G. E. McKibbcn 
Spring oat varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. 
Agr. Exp. Sta., 704. 

BONNETT, O. T., Professor 
Articles 

Developmental morphology of the vegetative 
and floral shoots of maize. Bull. III. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., 56S. 
With J. W. Pendleton, W. .M. Sever, 
G. E. McKibben 
Spring oat varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. 
Agr. Exp. Sta., 704. 

RRAY, R. H., Professor 

Articles 

With K. L. Cheng, S. W. Melsted 

Removing interfering metals in the Versenate 
determination of calcium and magnesium. 
Soil Sci., 75:37-40. 
With Kuang Ln Cheng, Touby Ktirtc 

Determination of total iron in soils by di- 
sodium dihydrogen ethylenediamine tetra- 
acetate titration. Analyt. Cliem., 23:347-348. 
With I. W. Ketcheson 
Adsorbed phosphorus in high-lime Ontario 
soils. Canadian J. Agr. Sci., ii:141-146. 
With Kuang Lu Cheng 

Two specific methods of determining copper 
in soil and in plant material. Analyt. 
Chem., 25:655-659. 
JVith Dilip K. Banerjee, S. W. Melsted 

Some aspects of the chemistry of cobalt in 
soils. Soil Sci., 75:421-431. 

BURGER, A. W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Foster 

Pasture mixtures for beef production. Bull. 
Md. Agr. Exp. Sta., 444. 

DUNCAN, G. H., Professor 
Books 

With A. L. Lang, J. C. Lowery 
You can grow more corn. The Goodheart- 
Willcox Co. Inc. 264 pp. 
Articles 

You can raise 100 bushels an acre. Breeder's 
Gazette, No. 9. 
With I. W. Pendleton 

Effect of different oat spacings on growth and 
yield of oats and red clover. Agron. J., 
-/5:442-444. 
With J. W. Pendleton, A. L. Lang 

Response of spring barley varieties to differ- 
ent fertilizer treatments and seasonal grow- 
ing conditions. Agron. I., 45:529-532. 
With J. W. Pendleton, Benjamin Kochler, 
J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, P. E. lohnson 
1952 Illinois corn tests. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. 
Sta., 564. 

EARLEY, E. B., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. E. Hay, E. E. DeTurk 

Concentration and translocation of nitrogen 
compounds in the corn plant {Zea mays) 
during grain development. Plant Physiol., 
28:606-621. 

FEHRENBACHER, J. B., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. T. Odell 

Menard county soils. Soil Rep. III., 76. 



6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



GAUSMAX, H. W., Assistant 

Articles 

With C. L. Rhxkcrd, H. R. Hindcrliter, 

E. S. Scott, L. F. Audrieth 
Fungicidal properties of some carbonic and 

tliiocarbonic acid derivatives of hydrazine. 

Bot. Gac, 114 ■.292-296. 

GERDEMANN, J. W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

An undescribed fungus causing a root rot of 
red clover and other leguminosae. Myco- 
logia, ■/5:S48-S54. 

With M. B. Linford 

A cyst- forming nematode attacking clovers 
in Illinois. PhytofathoL, 43:603-608. 

HADLEY, H. H., Assistant 

Articles 

Cytological relationships between Sorghum 
vulgarc and S. halepense. Agron. J., 45: 
139-143. 

JACKOBS, J. A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. J. Pierre 

The effect of cutting treatments on birdsfoot 
trefoil. Agron. J., 45 :463-468. 

JOHNSON, P. E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton, G. H. Dungan, 

Benjamin Koehlcr, J. H. Bigger, 

A. L. Lang 
1952 Illinois corn tests. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. 

Sta., 564. 

JUGENHEIMER, R. W., Professor 
Articles 

With L. F. Bauman, D. E. Alexander, 
C. M. Woodicorth 
Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1952. 
Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 563. 

With R. A. Silozc, Y. T. Mao 

Essais cooperatifs sur le mais hybride en 
Europe et dans le bassin Mediterraneen, 
1950. Collection FAO :Progres ct mise en 
valetir-Cahier No. 31. Organisation des 
Nations Unies pour I'Alimentation et ['Agri- 
culture. 45 pp. 

With Arne Kjaer, R. A. Siloiv 

Report of the sixth FAO hybrid maize meet- 
ing, Lisbon, Portugal, 9-14 February, 1953. 
Food and Agriculture Organization of the 
United Nations. 57 pp. 

With R. A. Silow 

Co-operative hybrid maize tests in European 
and Mediterranean countries — 1951. FAO 
Development Paper No. 35. Food and Agri- 
culture Organization of the United Nations. 
145 pp. 

KOEHLER, BENJAMIN, Professor 
Articles 

Ratings of some yellow corn inbreds for ear 
rot resistance. Plant Disease Reporter, 37: 

440-444. 

With Aaron G. Johnson 

Take-all disease of wheat in Illinois. Plant 
Disease Reporter, j7:148-149. 
With J. W. Pendleton, G. H. Dungan, 

J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, P. E. Johnson 
1952 Illinois corn tests. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. 
Sta., 564. 



KURTZ, L. T., Professor 
Articles 

Inorganic phosphorus in acid and neutral 
.soils. Chap. Ill in Agronomy Monographs, 
vol. IV, 1953, pp. 59-80. 
With Kuang Lu Cheng, Roger II. Bray 

Determination of total iron in soils by di- 
sodium (lihvdrogen ethylenediamine tetra- 
acetate titration. Analyt. Chem., 25:347-348. 
With T. C. Tucker, D. L. Lynch 

Zinc status of some Illinois soils as estimated 
by an Aspergillus niger method. Proc. Soil 
Sci. Soc. Amcr., 77:111-114. 

LANG, A. L., Professor 
Books 

With G. II. Dungan, J. C. Lowery 

You can grow more corn. The Goodheart- 
W'illcox Co. Inc. 264 pp. 
Articles 

Rock phosphate for direct application — a 
natural in soil conservation work plans. /. 
Soil and Water Conservation, 5:21-24, 28. 
Rock phosphate. Farm Quarterly, 5:40-43, 
110-113. 
With J. W. Pendleton, G. H. Dungan, 
Benjamin Koehlcr, J. H. Bigger, 
P. E. Johnson 
1952 Illinois corn tests. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. 
Sta., 564. 
With J. W. Pendleton, G. H. Dungan 

Response of spring barley varieties to differ- 
ent fertilizer treatments and seasonal grow- 
ing conditions. Agron. J., ■/5:529-532. 

LINSLEY, C. M., Professor 
Articles 

Facts, phosphates and you. III. Agr. Assn. 

Rec, JJ: 14-15. 
Alfalfa or weeds? ///. Agr. Assn. Rec, 31: 
16-17. 

MAIER, R. H., Assistant 
Articles 

Determination of iron in microgram amounts 
with Calcodur Yellow 4GL. Chemist 

Analyst, 42:61-62. 

McKIBBEN, G. E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton, W. M. Bever, 
O. T. Bonnett 
Spring oat varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. 

Agr. Exp. Sta., 704. 

MELSTED, S. W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

King corn . . . soil builder or destroyer? 

What's Neiu in Crops & Soils, 5:7-9. 
Some observed calcium deficiencies in corn 
under field conditions. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. 
Amer., 77:52-54. 
With K. L. Cheng, R. H. Bray 

Removing interfering metals in the Versenate 
determination of calcium and magnesium. 
SoU Sci., 75:37-40. 
With J. B. Stall, G. R. Hall, E. L. Sauer 
The silting of Lake Carthage. ///. State 
Water Survey Rpt. of Investigation No. 18, 
21 pp. 
With Dilip K. Banerjee, Roger H. Bray 

Some aspects of the chemistry of cobalt in 
soils. Soil Sci., 75:421-431. 

ODELL, R. T., Professor 

Articles 

With J. B. Fehrenbacher 

Menard county soils. Soil Rep. III., 76. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 7 



PENDLETON. T. \V., First Assistant 

Articles 

IVith G. H. Dungan 

Effect of different oat spacings on growth 
and yield of oats and red clover. Agron. J., 
•/5:442-444. 
With F. W. Slife 

Hill planting versus drilling of soybeans. 
Agron. J., -^fMS 1-452. 
With A. L. Lang, G. H. Dungan 

Response of spring barley varieties to differ- 
ent fertilizer treatments and seasonal grow- 
ing conditions. Agron. J., 45 ■.S29-532. 
With G. H. Dungan, Benjamin KocMcr. 

J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, P. E. Johnson 
1952 Illinois corn tests. Bull. IlL Agr. E.rp. 
Sta., 564. 
With W. .A/. Bez-er, O. T. Bonnett, 
G. E. McKibben 
Spring oat varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. 
Agr. Exp. Sta., 704. 

RHYKERD, C. L., Assistant 

Articles 

With Harold W. Gausman, Earle S. Scott, 

L. F. Audrieth 
Albinism resulting from certain carbonic and 

thiocarbonic acid derivatives of hydrazine. 

Science, 118:192-193. 

SCOTT, W. O., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Certification requirements for male sterile 
corn. Pub. No. 7 Seed Trade Assn. 4 pp. 
1952. 

SLIFE, F. W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Weed and grass control in soybeans. Soy- 
bean Dig., IS -.29-2,0. 
With J. W. Pendleton 

Hill planting versus drilling of soybeans. 
Agron. J. ■/5:4S 1-452. 

SNIDER, H. J., Assistant Professor, Emeritus 
Articles 

More light in the corn field. Hoard's 

Dairym., 98:221. 
More protein per acre. Hoard's Dairym., 98: 

340. 
Stop losses in the field. Hoard's Dairym., 

98:627. 

STEVENSON, F. J., Instructor 

Articles 

With Q. VanWinkle, IV. P. Martin 
Physicochemical investigations of clay-ad- 
sorbed organic colloids. II. Proc. Soil Sci. 
Soc. Amer., 17:31-34. 

STINSON, C. H., Special Research Assistant 
Articles 

Relation of water-soluble boron in Illinois 

soils to boron content of alfalfa. Soil Set., 

75:31-36. 

\V.\LKER, E. D., Associate Professor 
Articles 



(l^! 



(U. S. Dept. Agr.), i5:219-227. 

WOODVVORTH, C. M., Professor 

Articles 

With L. F. Bautnan, D. E. Alexander, 

R. W. Jugenheimer 
Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1952. 

Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 563. 



With R. D. Osier 

The Clark soybean for Illinois. Bull. III. 
Agr. Exp. Sta., 569. 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 

BECKER, DONALD E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With C. R. Adams, S. W. Tcrrill, R. J. Meade 
The influence of heat treatment and solvent 
upon the nutritive value of soybean oil 
meal for swine. /. An. Sci., i2:107-llC. 
With S. W. Terrill, J. W. Lassiter, 
T. S. Nelson, D. I. Card 
The influence of antibiotic combinations on 
the growth response of the pig. Antibiot. 
Chemother., 5:778-782. 
With S. W. Terrill, D. I. Card, J. W. Lassiter 
Effect of subcutaneous implantation of anti- 
biotic pellets on the growth and survival 
of suckling pigs. Antibiot. Chemother., 3: 
1011-1014. 

BULL, SLEETER, Professor 
Articles 

IVith J. D. Kemp, H. W. Bean 

The economy and nutritive value of differ- 
ent cuts of lamb of different grades. /. An. 
Sci., i2 :338-346. 

CARD, LESLIE E., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Dehydrated alfalfa in cattle and swine 
rations. Rpt. Technical Alfalfa Conf. West- 
ern Regional Res. Lab., Albany, Calif. 
April 15, 1953. 7 pp. 
New horizons in research. Feedstuffs, 25, 
16:40-49. 

CRAIG, JAMES V., Instructor and First 
Assistant 

With A. B. Chapman 

Experimental test of predictions of inbred 
line performance in crosses. /. An Sci., 
i2:124-139. 

EDMAN, MARJORIE, Instructor 

Articles 

With H. H. Mitchell 

Fluorine in human nutrition. /. Amer. Diet. 
Assn., 29:24-28. 

FORBES, RICHARD M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With A. R. Cooper, H. H. Mitchell 

The composition of the adult human body as 

determined by chemical analysis. /. Biol. 

Chem., 203:359-366. 
With P. B. Starks, W. H. Hale, 

U. S. Garrigus 
The utilization of feed nitrogen by lambs as 

affected by elemental sulfur. J. An. Sci., 

i2 :480-491. 

GARRIGUS, U. S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. G. Kammlade, L. E. Boley, 

Harry Hardenbrook, Jr. 
A study of elemental sulfur and some other 

suggested preventatives of enterotoxeniia in 

a lamb fattening ration. /. An. Sci., 12: 

474-479. 
With P. B. Starks, W. H. Hale, R. M. Forbes 
The utilization of feed nitrogen by lambs as 

affected by elemental sulfur. /. An. Sci., 

i2:480-491. 



8 UNIVERSITY OF ILIINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



GARRIGUS, U. S. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
IVith IV. H. Hate 

Synthesis of cystine in wool from elemental 

sulfur and sulfate sulfur. /. An. Sci., 12: 

492-496. 

JOHNSON B. CONNOR, Professor 
Articles 

With Harold H. Draper 

Effect of cortisone on metabolism of certain 
"I5-vitamins" in the rat. Proc. Soc. Exp. 
Biol. Med., 82:73-75. 
With Harold E. Schendel 

Raising baby pigs on dried skim milk: effect 
of the addition of aureomycin and of lard. 
/. An. Sci., i2:84-87. 
Comparison of anti-bacterial and anti-yeast- 
mold antibiotics with baby pigs in the 
presence of several levels of B vitamins. 
/. An. Sci., i2 :88-9S. 
With R. Braude 

Effect of aureomycin on nitrogen and water 
metabolism in growing pigs. /. Nutr., 49: 
505-512. 
With E. W. Hartsook, Elizabeth Baichelor 
Effect of aureomycin on utilization of vitamin 
A in the growing male albino rat. Proc. 
Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 5i:4.3-4S. 
Witli Pei-Hsing Lin 

Nicotinic acid metabolism. I. The use of 
paper chromatography in the study of 
nicotinic acid metabolism. /. A^ner. Chem. 
Soc, 78:2971-2972. 
Nicotinic acid metabolism. II. The metabo- 
lism of radioactive nicotinic acid and nico- 
tinamide in the rat. /. Anier. Chem. Soc, 
78:2974-2977. 
With E. W. Hartsook 

Effects of dietary terramycin and methionine 
supplements on fat and protein gains in 
weanling rats. /. Nutr., 5i :205-218. 
With J. M. lacono, George Wolf 

Metabolism of radioactive thiamine in the 
rat. Fed. Proc. 12:233. 
With K. W. Keane 

Existence of a survival factor present in 
natural fats. Fed. Proc, J2:418-419. 
With J. T. Sime 

Distribution of injected methyl-C"-methionine 
in the chick. Proc. Internat. Physiol. Cong., 
19:758. 

MITCHELL, HAROLD H., Professor 
Articles 

With Marjorie Edman 

Fluorine in human nutrition. 7. Amer. Diet. 
Assn., 29:24-28. 
With R. M. Forbes, A. R. Cooper 

The composition of the adult human body as 
determined by chemical analysis. /. Biol. 
Chem., 203:359:366. 

MOORE, WARD W., Research Associate 
Articles 

With A. V. Nalbandov 

Neurogenic effects of uterine distention on 
the estrous cycle of the ewe. Endocrin- 
ology, 5i:l-lL 

NAL13AND0V, ANDREW V., Professor 
Articles 

Endocrine control of physiological functions. 

Poul. Sci., 52:88-103. 
Gonadotrophic activity of pituitary glands and 
the induction of ovulation. Iowa State Col. 
J. Sci., 25:45-54. 



With T. M. Huston 

Neurohumoral control of the pituitary in the 
fowl. Endocrinology, 52:149-156. 
With Ward W. Moore 

Neurogenic effects of uterine distention on 
the estrous cycle of the ewe. Endocrinology, 
55:1-11. 

ROBERTS, ELMER, Professor 

Articles 

With C. D. Mueller 

Homologous mutations affecting eye color in 
White Plymouth Rocks. J. Hered., 44:194. 

SCOTT, HAROLD M., Professor 
Articles 

IVith R. G. Hansen, B. L. Larson, 
T. S. Nelsan, P. Krichevsky 
Growth stimulation and growth inhibition of 
chicks fed forage and forage juice con- 
centrate. /. Nutr., 49:453-464. 
IVith J. M. Snyder, B. Connor Johnson 

Surface active agents and the time of their 
effect on chick growth with special refer- 
ence to vitamin B12 and aureomycin rela- 
tionships. Poult. Sci., 52:527-531. 
With H. Fisher and J. M. Snyder 

Alfalfa meal as a source of unidentified 
growth factors. Poult. Sci. 52:555-556. 
With T. S. Nelson 

Niacin deficiency in the chick as influenced by 
antibiotics. Poult. Sci., 52:601-604. 
With W. J. Rutter, P. Krichevsky, 
R. G. Hansen 
The metabolism of lactose and galactose in 
the chick. Poult. Sci., 32:706-715. 
With P. Griniinger, H. Fisher, W. D. Morrison, 
J. M. Snyder 
Factors influencing blood clotting time in the 
chick. Science, 118:1-2. 

TERRILL, STANLEY W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Becker, C. R. Adams, R. J. Meade 
The influence of heat treatment and solvent 
upon the nutritive value of soybean oil meal 
for swine. /. An. Sci., ^2:107-116. 

With D. E. Becker, J. W. Lassiter, 
T. S. Nelson, D. I. Card 
The influence of antibiotic combinations on 
the growth response of the pig. Antibiot. 
Chemother., 5:778-782. 

With D. E. Becker, D. I. Card, J. W. Lassiter 
Effect of subcutaneous implantation of anti- 
biotic pellets on the growth and survival of 
suckling pigs. Antibiot. Chemother., 3: 
1011-1014. 

WOLF, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The metabolism of a-C"-histidine in the intact 
rat. I. Radioactivity in amino acids from 
protein. /. Bwl. Chem., 200:637-645. 
Preparation of polycyclic aromatic hydro- 
carbons as potential carcinogens. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:2673-2678. 
With Charles Heidelberger, H. L Hadler 

The metabolic degradation in the mouse of 
l,2,5,6-dibenzanthracene-9,10-C". III. Some 
quinone metabolites retaining the intact ring 
system. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1303- 
1308. 
With J. M. lacone, B. C. Johnson 
The metabolism of radioactive thiamine in the 
rat. Fed. Proc, 12:233. 






DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 9 



ARCHITECTURE 

lONES, RUDARD A., Associate Professor 
See Small Homes Council, p. 52. 

NEWCOMB, REXFORD, Professor and Dean 
of College of Fine and Applied Arts 

Books 

Architecture in Old Kentucky, University of 
Illinois Press, Urbana. XII & ISS pp. 25 
fig., 70 plates. 

Articles 

Architecture. Americana Annual, 1953, pp. 

37-38. 
Architecture. World Book Encyclopedia, 1953 

annual, pp. 16-18. 
Housing. World Book Encyclopedia, 1953 

annual, pp. 118-119. 



ART 

RAE, EDWIN C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Biographical notes. Catalogue Univ. of 111. 

Exhibition Contemporary Amer. Painting 

and Sculpture, pp. 159-236. 

SCHULTZ. HAROLD A., Professor 
Articles 

Random notes from the president. Western 
Arts Assn. Bull., 37, 2:5-6. 

What do statistics show? Art Edttc, 6, 2:1. 

The president's report to the WAA Council, 
Western Arts Assn. Bull., 37, 3:7-9. 

The place of the arts in the school. Western 
Arts Assn. Bull., 37, 4:9-11. 

The ever-widening view. /. NAEA, 6, 8:2. 

Report from the president. Western Arts 
Assn. Bull., 38, 4:4. 

The Meier art tests. 4tli Mental Measure- 
ments Yearbook, pp. 338-340. 

WELLER. ALLEN S., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Chicago. Art Digest, 27, 1 Jan., 11. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 27, 1 Feb., 10-11. 

Talking about art. Catalogue of University 
of Illinois Exhibition of Contemporary 
American Painting and Sculpture, pp. 4-18. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 27, 15 March, 11-12. 

Fernand Leger: he produced a public art. 
Art Digest, 27, 15 April, 9, 25. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 27, 15 April, 13-14. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 27, June, 14-15. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 28, 1 Oct., 8-11. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 28, 1 Nov., 13-14. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 28, IS Nov., 14-15. 

Chicago. Art Digest, 28, 15 Dec, 15-16. 



ASTRONOMY 

McVITTIE, G. C, Professor 
Articles 

The age of the universe in the cosmology of 
general relativity. Astron. J., 35:129-134. 

A method of solution of the equations of 
classical gas-dynamics using Einstein's equa- 
tions. Qt. App. Maths., ii :327-336. 

Spherically symmetric solutions of the equa- 
tions of gas-dynamics. Proc. Roy. Soc, A, 
220:339-355. 



WYATT, STANLEY P., JR., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

.\ radio model of the galaxy. Astrophysical 

J., 775:304-313. 
Sky and teacher: a new column. Sky and 
Telescope, 13:19. 



AVIATION, INSTITUTE OF 

15RYAN, LESLIE A., Director of Institute 

and Professor of Management 
Books 

Traffic management in industry. Dryden 

Press, New York. 452 pp. 
Articles 

Don't bury city officials — educate them. 

Business Flying, i:8-10. 
Civil aviation at mid-century. ///. Bus. Rev., 

i0:8-9. 
Airplane. World Book Encyclopedia, 1:12b- 

149. 
Airport. World Book Encyclopedia, i:150- 

ISOd. 
Aircraft instrument. World Book Encyclo- 
pedia, i:116-117. 
Work shop summary. Conference Reports, 

Michigan State College, pp. 24-30. 
Reviews 

Industrial traffic management, by T. W. Van 

Metre. Land Econ., 29:272-273. 



BACTERIOLOGY 

BERTANI, G., Research Associate 
Articles 

Infections bacteriopliagiques secondaries des 
bacteries lysogenes. Annales dc I'lnstitut 
Pasteur, 84:273-280. 
Lysogenic vs. lytic cycles of bacteriophage 
multiplication. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. 
Qtiant. Biol. (1953) 75:65-70. 
With Weigic 
Variations des bacteriophages conditionnees 
par les bacteries botes. Annales de I'lnstitut 
Pasteur, 84:17S-179. 
Host controlled variation in bacterial viruses. 
/. Bact., (55:113-121. 

CHIN, CHI-HAN, Research Associate 
Articles 

Effect of aeration on the cytichrome systems 

and respiratory activities of "resting" yeasts. 

Fed. Proc, 72:311-312. 

CLARK, F. M., Associate Professor 

Books 

With H. Orin Halvorson 

Laboratory outline for general bacteriology 
1U4, rev. ed., 1953. Burgess Publishing 
Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 

GUNSALUS, I. C, Professor 
Articles 

The chemistry and function of the pyruvate 

oxidation factor (lipoic acid). /. Cell, and 

Camp. Physiol., Sup. 1, 47:113-136. 
With L. J. Reed, G. H. F. Schnakcnberg, 

Q. F. Soper, H. E. Boaz, S. F. Kern, 

T. V. Parke 
Isolation, characterization and structure of 

alpha-lipoic acid. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 

1267-1270. 



10 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



(lUNSALUS, I. C. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
IVith L. J. Reed, B. G. DeBusk, 
C. S. Honiberger, Jr. 
Interrelationships of lipoic acids. /. Amcr. 
Chem. Soc, 73:1271-1273. 
IVith C. S. Honiberger, Jr., R. F. Ueitmiller, 
G. //. F. Sclinakenberg, L. J. Reed 
Synthesis of DL-alpha-lipoic acid. /. Amcr. 
Chem. Soc, 75:1273-1277. 
With L. P. Hager, J. D. Fortncy 

Mechanism of pyruvate and alpha-ketogluta- 
rate dehydrogenase systems. Fed. Proc, 
12:213. 
IVith R. D. DeMoss, R. C. Bard 
A glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in Leu- 
conostoc meseiiteroidcs. J. Bad. 66:10-16. 
lyith M. Grunberg-M anago 

Aerobic and anaerobic citric acid metabolism 
of F.scherichia coli. Bad. Proc, 1953, pp. 
73-74. 
IVith D. C. Gillespie 

An adaptive citric acid desmolase in Strepto- 
coccus faecaiis. Bact. Proc, 1953, p. 80. 
With C. F. Gnnsahis, R. Y. Stonier 

The enzymatic conversion of mandelic acid to 
betizoic acid. I. (iross fractionation of the 
system into soluble and particulate com- 
ponents. /. Bact., 66:538-542. 
IVith R. Y. Stanier, C. F. Gnnsahis 

The enzymatic conversion of mandelic acid to 
benzoic acid. II. Properties of the par- 
ticulate fractions. /. Bact., 66:543-547. 
With C. F. Gunsaiiis, R. Y. Stanier 

The enzymatic conversion of mandelic acid to 
benzoic acid. III. Fractionation and prop- 
erties of the soluble enzymes. /. Bact., 66: 
548-553. 
With L. P. Hager 

Lipoic acid dehydrogenase: The function of 
Escherichia coli fraction B. J. Amcr. Chem. 
Soc, 75:5767-5768. 

HALVORSOX, H. ORIN, Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 
With F. M. Clark 

Laboratory outline for general bacteriology 

104, rev. ed., 1953. Burgess Publishing Co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Articles 

Operating and economic factors involved in 
the study of a packinghouse waste problem. 
Sewage and hid. Waste, 25, 2:170-174. 

The statistical significance of sampling pro- 
cedures. Pub. Fifth Res. Conf. Amer. Meat 
Inst., pp. 37-44. 

Principles of food microbiology. /. Milk 
Food Techn., 16, 2:73-76. 
With B. T. Stewart 

Studies on the spores of aerobic bacteria. 
/. Bad., 65:160-166. 

LURIA, S. E., Professor 
Books 

(leneral virology. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 
New York, Chapman and Hall, Ltd., Lon- 
don. 427 pp. 
Articles 

Host induced modifications of viruses. Cold 
Spring Harbor Svmp. Quant. Biol., 18: 
327-344. 
With R. I. De.Mars, H. Fisher, C. Levinthal 
The iiroduction of incomplete bacteriophage 
particles by the action of proflavine and the 
properties of the incomplete particles. 
Annates de t'Institut Pasteur, 54:113-128. 



SPIEGELMAN, S., Professor 

Articles 

With L. Baron, H. J. Quastler 

Enzyme formation in non-viable cells. /. Gen. 
Physiol., .?6:631-641. 
With Harlyn O. Hahorson 

Net utilization of free amino acids during the 
induced synthesis of enzymes. /. Bact., 
65:601-608. 
The effect of free amino acid pool levels on 
the induced synthesis of enzymes. /. Bad., 
65:496-504. 
The nature of the precursor in the induced 
synthesis of enzymes. Chap. V in Adapta- 
tion in microorganisms, ed. by Gale and 
Davies. Cambridge University Press. 
339 pp. 
With B. Rotman 

The conversion of negatives to positives in 
slow adapting populations of yeast. J. 
Bad., 66:492-497. 
With M. Cohn, J. Monod, M. R. Pollock, 
R. Y. Stanier 
The terminology of enzyme formation. Nature, 
i72: 1096- 1098. 

WOLFE, RALPH S., Instructor 
Articles 

With D. J. O'Kane 

Cofactors of the phosphoroclastic reaction of 
Clostridium butyricum. J. Biol. Chem., 

205:755-765. 



BOTANY 

BELL, C. RITCHIE, Instructor 

Articles 

With Edward A. Stcinhaus 

The effect of certain microorganisms and 

antibiotics on stored-grain insects. /. Econ. 

Entom., 46:5S2-598. 
Reviews 

Flora of West Virginia (Part I), by P. D. 

Strausbaugh and Earl L. Core. Madrono, 

12:63-64. 

BLACK, LINDSAY M., Professor 
Articles 

Occasional transmission of some plant viruses 
through the egg of their insect vectors. 
Phytopathol., 43:9-10. 
Viruses that reproduce in plants and insects. 

Annals, N.Y. Acad. ScL. 56:398-413. 
Transmission of plant viruses by cicadellids. 

Advances in Virus Research, i: 69-89. 
How insects transmit viruses. Plant Di- 
seases, Yearbook of Agriculture, 1953:22- 
26. 
With K. Maramorosch, M. K. Brakke 

Properties of the wound-tumor virus. Phy- 
topathol., -/i: 387-390. 

BRAKKE, MYRON K., Research Associate 
Articles 

Zonal separations by density-gradient centrif- 
ugation. Arch. Biochem. and Biophxsics, 
45:279-290. 
With K. Maramorosch, L. M. Black 

Properties of the wound-tumor virus. Phy- 
topathol., 43:387-390. 

DELEVORYAS, THEODORE, Research 

Assistant 
Articles 

A new male cordaitean ructification from 

the Kansas Carboniferous. Amer. J. Bat., 

40:\44-\S0. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 11 



FULLER, HARRY J.. Professor 
Articles 

College teaching: Its present status and its 
improvement. Anier. Inst. Biol. Sci. Bull., 
.?: 20-22. 

Reviews 

Quackery in the public schools, by Albert 
Lynd. N.Y. Post, Sept. 13. 

HOLT, A. STANLEY. Research Associate 

Articles 

With E. E. Jacobs, .4. E. Vatter 

Crystalline chloroiihvU and bacteriochloro- 
phyll. /. Chem. Physics, 21:2246-2247. 

JACOBS, EARL E., Research Associate 

Articles 

li'ith A. E. Vatter, A. S. Holt 

Crystalline chlorophyll and bacteriochloro- 
phyll. /. Chem. Physics, 2 1: 2246-2247 . 

JONES, G. NEVILLE, Professor 
Articles 

Nomenclature of American mountain-ash. 
Rhodora, 55:358-360. 
Reviews 

Handbook of North Dakota plants, by O. A. 
Stevens. Amcr. Midi. Nat. 49:936-937. 

LANE, FRANKLIN C, Assistant 
Articles 

A new color form of Triostcum angusti- 
folium. Rhodora, 55:346-347. 

LAUGHNAN, JOHN R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The effect of the sh: factor on carbohydrate 
reserves in the mature endosperm of 
maize. Genetics, i5: 485-499. 

LEE, CHENG-LEE, Post-Doctoral Fellow 
Articles 

Structure and development of hypodermis in 

Dacrydium taxoides leaves. Amer. J. Bot., 

40:366-37\. 

PUNNETT, THOMAS R., JR., Fellow 

Articles 

H'ith Akinyele Fabiyi 

Production of oxygen from chloroplast prep- 
arations. Nature, 172:947. 

RABINOWITCH, EUGENE I., Research 

Professor 
Articles 

Photosynthesis — Historical development of 
scientific interpretation and significance of 
the process. Physical and Econ. Founda- 
tions of Natural Resources, 1:7-10, Gov- 
ernment Printing Office (1952). 

Photosynthesis. Scientific American Reader, 
Simon and Schuster, N.Y., pp. 217-230. 

Progress in photosynthesis. Sci. Amer., 189: 
80-84. 

Reviews 

Symposia of Society for Experimental Bi- 
ology V. /. Chem. Educ, 30:104. 

RHOADES, MARCUS M., Professor 

Articles 

IVith Ellen Dempsey 

Cytogenetic studies of deficient-duplicate 
chromosomes derived from inversion heter- 
ozygotes in maize. Amer. J. Bot., 40: 
405-424. 



SILVA, PAUL C, Instructor 

Articles 

The identity of certain fuci of Esper. Was- 
mann J. Biol., ll:22\-232. 

With E. Y. Dau-son 

Bossea Manza. In Marine Red Algae of 
Pacific Mexico. Part I. Bangialies to 
Coraltinaceae subf. Corallinoidcae, by 
E. Y. Dawson. Allan Hancock Pacific 
Exped., i7: 150-161. 

With G. F. Papenfuss 

A systematic study of the algae of sewage 
oxidation ponds. Calif. State Water Pol- 
lution Control Board Publ. No. 7, 35 pp. 

With R. C. Starr 

Difficulties in applying the International 
Code of Botanical Nomenclature to cer- 
tain unicellular algae, with special refer- 
ence to Chlorococcum. Svensk Bot. 
Tidskr., 47:23S-247. 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 

CONDON, ARNOLD C, Associate Professor 

Books 

With Rou'cna Wellman, Florence Toland, Arno 
Knapper 
Transcription method shorthand: speed and 
production drills. Wm. C. Brown Company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 109 i)p. 

With Roivena Wellman 

Transcription method shorthand: intensive re- 
view. Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque, 
Iowa. 89 pp. 



BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, BUREAU 

PETERSON, ROBERT L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

How to use aptitude tests in selecting indus 

trial personnel. Methods Mag., June, pp 

25-27. 
People work but why. Office Executive, March 

28, 3:15-17. 
Selecting office workers. Univ. III. Bur. Bus 

Management, 50, No. 12, 22 pp. 
The effectiveness of older personnel in Re 

tailing. Univ. III. Bur. Bus. Management 

50, No. 67, 15 pp. 
Modernizing office procedures. Univ. III. Bur 

Bus. .Management, 50, No. 25, 26 pp., 1952 



BUSINESS OFFICE 

MARIEN, A. E., Junior Accountant 

Articles 

Internal control methods in twenty hospitals 
in regard to their linens, china, glassware 
and silverware. Modern Hospital, 81:130, 
182-186. 



CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ANDREWS, ANDREW IRVING, Professor 
and Head of the Department 

Articles 

With J. H. Healy 

Study of the enameling of sheet nickel. /. 
Am. Ceram. Soc, 36, 6:98. 
With W. J. Plankcnhorn 

Induction firing in the study of furnace at- 
mospheres. /. Am. Ceram. Soc, 36, 7:117. 
Where will you get your future engineers? 
Finish, 11, 58. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BENNETT, DWIGHT G., Research Professor 

Articles 

JVith If. J. Plankenliorn, Basil Ohnysty 

Tlie effect of ceramic coatings on the oxidation 
and tlic impact strength of variously heat 
treated titanium specimens. U. S. Air Force, 
Air Kesearch and Development Command. 
WADC Tech. Kep. No. 53-84. 18 pp. 

With IV. J. Plankenliorn, J. L. Pentecost 

The effects of sandblasting, hydrogen an- 
nealing and ceramic coating on chromel- 
alumel thermocouples. U. S. Air Force, 
Air Research and Development Command, 
WADC Tech. Rep. No. 53-424. 26 pp. 

With ll\ J. Plankenliorn 

A study of furnace atmospheres and induction 
heating in the firing of porcelain enamels. 
U. S. Air F^orce, Air Research and De- 
velopment Command, WADC Tech. Rep. 
No. 53-61. 32 pp. 

COOK, R. L., Professor 
Articles 

With J. C. Kyonka 

The effect of fluxes on the properties of 

semi-vitreous dinnerware." Bull. Am. Cer. 

Soc. S2, 7:233-238. 
The properties of feldspars and their use in 

whitewares. Univ. III. Eng. E.rp. Sta. 

Bull. No. 422. 

liURSH, R. K., Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Comeforo 

Wetting of alumina-silica refractories by 
molten glass. I. Measurement of wetting. 
J. Am. Cer. Soc. J5, 130-134; II. Effect 
of wetting on penetration of glass into re- 
fractory. /. Am. Cer. Soc. 35, 142-148. 

PENTECOST, J. L. 
Articles 

With Dwiglit G. Bennett, W. J. Plankenhorn 
The effects of sandblasting, hydrogen anneal- 
ing and ceramic coating on chromel-alumel 
thermocouples. U. S. Air Force, Air Re- 
search and Development Command, WADC 
Tech. Rep. No. 53-424. 26 pp. 

PLANKENHORN, W. J., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Du-ight G. Bennett, Basil Ohnysty 

The effect of ceramic coatings on the oxida- 
tion and the impact strength of variously 
heat treated titanium specimens. U. S. Air 
Force, Air Research and Development 
Command, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 53-84. 
18 pp. 

With A. I. Andrews 

Induction firing in the study of furnace at- 
mospheres. /. Amer. Ceram. Soc, 36, 3: 
69-75 

With Dwight G. Bennett and J. L. Pentecost 
The effects of sandblasting, hydrogen anneal- 
ing and ceramic coating on chromel-alumel 
thermocouples. U. S. Air Force, Air Re- 
search and Development Command, WADC 
Tech. Rep. No. 53-424. 26 pp. 

With Dwight G. Bennett 

A study of furnace atmospheres and induc- 
tion heating in the firing of porcelain enam- 
els. U. S. Air Force, Air Research and 
Development Command, WADC, Tech. Rep. 
No. 53-61. 32 pp. 

TOOLEY, F. V. 
Books 

Handbook of glass manufacture, 1 vol. Ogden 
Pub. Co. 506 pp. 



CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ADAMS, ROGER, Professor and Head of De- 
partment 

Articles 

With D. C. Blomstrom 

Restricted rotation in aryl amines. XV. 
Stereoisomeric diglutarimidomesitylenes. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2375-2377. 

Quinone imides. XXVIII. Addition of ac- 
tive methylene compounds to f-quinonedi- 
benzenesulfonimide and its derivatives. J. 
Amer. Chcm. Soc, 75:3403-3405. 

Quinone imides. XXIX. Addition of hydra- 
zoic acid and phenols to /'-quinonediben- 
zenesulfonimide and its derivatives. J. 
Amer. Chcm. Soc, 75:3405-3408. 
With B. H. Braiin, S. H. Pomcrantc 

Quinone imides. XXX. Addition of primary 
and secondary aromatic amines. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:4642-4644. 
With E. F. Elslager, T. E. Young 

Quinone imides. XXV. Addition of mercap- 
tans to p-quinonedibenzenesulfonimide. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:663-668. 
With R. R. Holmes, J. W. Way 

Quinone imides. XXXI. 3,3-dimethoxydiphen- 
oquinonedibenzenesulfonimide and its re- 
action products. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
5901-5904. 
M'ith P. R. Shafer 

Quinone imides. XXVI. Adducts of p-qum- 
onebis - (dimethylaminosulfonimides) and 
their hydrolysis products. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:667-670. 
With B. L. Van Duuren 

Dicrotaline. The structure and synthesis of 
dicrotalic acid. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
2377-2379. 

Usaramoensitie, the alkaloid in crotalaria 
usaramoensis. E. G. Baker. Integerrimine 
from Crotalaria incana Linn and Seneci- 
onine from Senecio glabellus D.C. Stereo- 
chemical relationships. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:4631-4635. 

The .structure of heliotrinic acid. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:4636-4638. 

Riddelliine, the alkaloid from Senecio riddel- 
lii. II. The structure of riddellic acid and 
the total structure of riddelliine. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:4638-4642. 
With T. E. Young 

Quinone imides. XXVII. Addition reactions 
of substituted /'-quinonedibenzenesulfon- 
imides. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:3235-3239. 

Uber die Chemie der Senecio-Alkaloide und 
verwandter Verbindungen. Angczvandte 
Chemie, 65:433-442. 

AUDRIETH, LUDWIG F., Professor 

Books 

li^ith J. Kleinberg 

Non-aqueous solvents. John Wiley and Sons, 
Inc., N. V. xii + 284 pp. 
Articles 

B. Smith Hopkins. Yearbook Amer. Philo- 
sophical Soc, 7952:319-321. 
With C. L. Rhykerd, H. W. Gausman, E. S. 
Scott 
Albinism resulting from certain carbonic and 
thiocarbonic derivatives of hydrazine. Sci- 
cinc. 118:192-193. 
With H. W. Gausman, C. L. Rhykerd. H. R. 
Hinderliter, E. S. Scott 
Fungicidal properties of some carbonic and 
thiocarbonic acid derivatives of hydrazine. 
Bot. Gac., 114:292-296. 






DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 13 



Reviews 

Phosphoric acid, phosphates and phosphatic 
fertilizers, by W. H. Waggaman. J. Chem. 
Educ, SO :106. 
Gmelin's Handbuch der Anorganischen 
Chemie. System No. 17 Arsenic. Chem. 
Eng. Ne-^i's, 31 :698. 
Hydrazine, by C. C. Clark. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc., 75:5137. 

BAILAR. JOHN C, Jr., Professor and Depart- 
ment Secretary 
Books 

Inorganic syntheses. Vol. IN". (Editor-in- 
Chief), McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.. X. V., 
218 pp. 
Articles 
With L. F. Hetieghan 

The stereochemistry of complex inorganic 

compounds. XVI. The stereoisomers of 

dichloro-bis- (ethylenediamine) -platinum (IX) 

salts. /. Amer. Chem. Soc., 75:1840-1841. 

IVith G. L. Eighhorn 

Metal ion catalysis in the hydrolysis of 
Schiflf bases. /. Amer. Chem. Soc., 75: 
2905-2907. 
With R. L. Reberius, H. A. Laitinen 
A polarographic study of the hydrazine com- 
plexes of zinc. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
3O51-30S3. 
With D. H. Busch 

The stereochemistry of complex inorganic 
compotonds. XV'II. The stereochemistry of 
hexadentate ethylendiaminetetracetic acid 
complexes. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4574- 
4575. 
Reviews 

Molybdenum compounds; their chemistry and 
technology, by D. H. Killeffer and Arthur 
Linz. /. Chem. Educ, 50:56. 
Gmelin's Handbuch der Anorganischen Chemie. 
System number 27. Magnesium. Teil A, 
Lieferung 4. Edited by Erich Pietsch. /. 
Chem. Educ, 50:160. 
Chemistry of the metal chelate compounds, by 
Arthur E. Martell and Melvin Calvin. 
Science, 117:422. 

BARTOW, VIRGINIA, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Axel Fredrik Cronstedt. /. Chem. Educ, 

50:247-252. 
Comments on the history of chemistry. lotan, 
13, 1:14. 

BUSWELL, A. M., Research Professor 
Articles 

Evaluation of our water resources. Proc 
Amer. Power Conf., 75:561-567. 

CARTER, H. E.. Professor 

Articles 

IVith David Shapiro, J. B. Harrison 

Synthesis and configuration of dihydrosphin- 
gosine. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1007. 
With P. K. Bhattacharyya 

Improvements in the synthesis of (//-carnitine. 
J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2503. 
With J. B. Harrison, David Shapiro 

Synthesis of erythro- and threo-a-ammo-P- 
hydroxystearic acids. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:4705-4709. 
With David Shapiro 

Configuration of dihydrosphingosine. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:5131. 



CLARK, GEORGE L., Re.search Profes.«;or 
Articles 

The effect of temperature on the rolling tex- 
ture of plastically deformed low carbon 
steel strip. Discussion. Trans. Am. Soc. 
.MetaJs, -^5:341-343. 

X-ray (developments in 1953). Americana 
Annual, 772-773. 

X-rays as an analytical chemical tool. Intro- 
duction to the symposium. Anal. Chem., 
25:688. 

Reviews 

Applied inorganic analysis. Hillebrand, Lun- 
dell. Bright and Hoffman. Chemical Proc- 
essing, 16, (5:122-123. 

COREY, E. J., Assistant Professor 
With G. Fraenkel 

The existence of a 1,2-addition, 1,2-elimina- 
tion mechanism for decarboxylation. J. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1168-1172. 

The decarboxylation of a.^-unsaturated ma- 
lonic acid derivatives via /^,', -unsaturated 
intermediates. The effect of a-substituents 
upon product composition and rate. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:1163-1167. 

The ionization and dissociation of certain 
weakly acidic substances in pyridine. J. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1172-1174. 

Polar effects in »r-bromosuccinimide bromi- 
nations. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2251. 

The stereochemistry of a-haloketones I. The 
molecular configurations of some monocy- 
clic a-halocyclanones. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:2301-2304. 

The stereochemistry of a-haloketones II. 
The three a-dibrominated cyclohexanones. 
/. Am-er. Chem. Soc, 75:3297-3299. 

The stereochemistry of a-haloketones III. Pre- 
diction of the stereochemistry of a-bromi- 
nated ketosteroids. Experientia, 9:329-332. 
With K. Osugi 

Preparation of 2-cyclopenten-l-one. /. Pharm. 
Soc. Japan, 1, 99. 

The stereochemistry of a-haloketones. IV. 
The stable orientation of bromine in 2- 
bromocholestane-3-one. J. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:4832-4833. 
With R. A. Sneen 

The stereochemistry of the 3-carboxy. 3-car- 
boxymethyl and 3-acetyl cholestanes and A''- 
cholestenes. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
6234-6237. 

CURTIN, DAVID Y., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. B. Kellom 

Elimination and replacement reactions of dl- 

erythro- and (i/-threo-2-deutro-l,2-diphenyl- 

ethanol and derivatives. /. Amer. Chem. 

Soc. 75:6011-6018. 
With James C. Kauer 

Reaction of methyl /^-nitrobenzoate with 

phenylmagnesium bromide. /. Amer. Chem. 

Soc, 75:6041. 

DRICKAMER, HARRY G., Professor 

Articles 

With F. E. C as key 

Thermal diffusion in isotropic mixtures in the 
critical region. /. Chem. Phys., 2i:153-156. 
With R. C. Koeller 

The effect of pressure on self-diffusion in CSj. 
J. Chem. Ph\s., 27:267-273. 
With R. C. Koelicr 

The effect of pressure on diffusion in CSj — 
organic mixtures. J. Chem. Phys., 21:575- 
588. 



14 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



DRICKAMER, HARRY G. (continued) 

Arricles (continued) 

With K. C. Koellcr, R. B. Cuddeback 

Tile effect of pressure on diffusion in H2O 
and in aqueous sulfate solutions. /. Chem. 
Phys., 27:589-597. 
With R. B. Cuddeback 

The effect of pressure on diffusion in aqueous 
and alcoholic salt solutions. /. Chem. Phvs., 
27:597-601. 
With K. D. Timmerhaus, L. H. Tung 

Scintillation counters for continuous analyses 
under hij;h pressure. Chem. Eng. Progress, 
9:503-505. 
With R. L. Saxton 

Diffusion in liquid sulfur. /. Chem. Phys., 
27:1362-1363. 
With D. R. Cova 

The effect of pressure on diffusion in liquid 
sulphur. J. Chem. Phys., 27:1364-1365. 
With E. P. Doane 

The effect of pressure on diffusion in the 
system CCl4-Snl4. /. Chem. Phys., 21: 
1359-1361. 
With Q. R. Jeffries 

Diffusion in the system CH4-TCH3 to 300 
atmospheres pressure. /. Chem. Phys., 21: 
1358. 

ENGLIS, DUANE T., Professor 
Articles 

With Einily J. Fisch, Shirley L. Bash 

Determination of diacetyl. Anal. Chem., 25: 
1373-1376. 

FINN, R. K., Assistant Professor 

Arficles 

Determination of the drag on a cyclinder at 
low Reynolds numbers. /. Applied Phys., 
24:771-773. 

FUSON, R. C, Professor 
Articles 

Sostituzioni nella serie aromatica ad opera 
dei reattivi di Grignard. // Farmaco, 8 : 
106-118. 
With H. O. House 

Heterocycles containing />-phenylene units. I. 

Ethers. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1325-1327. 

Heterocycles containing p-phenylene units. 

II. Amines. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1327- 

1329. 

With R. F. Heitmiller 

A new stilbenediol vinylog. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:1494. 
With H. O. House 

Diacetylation of m-Xylene. /. Org., Chem., 
75:496-500. 
With Owen York, Jr. 

The addition of Grignard reagents to 1,2,3,4- 
tetraphenyl-fulvene. /. Org. Chem., 18:S70- 
574. 
With R. J. Helimann, W. S. Friedlander 

Reactions of bromomagnesium enolates of 
mesityl ketones. III. Condensation with 
benzaldehyde. /. Org. Chem., 75:1263-1268. 
With W. D. Emmons, J. P. Freeman 

Nucleophilic displacement reactions of hin- 
dered ketimine methiodides. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:5321-5323. 
With L. R. Melby 

1,5-diarylpentadienolonate. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:5402-5405. 
With W. S. Friedlander 

Displacement of substituents in phenyl 2,4,6- 
triisopropylphenyl ketone by the action of 
Grignard reagents. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:5410-5411. 



With H. O. House 

Heterocycles containing /»-phenylene units. 
III. Substituted amines. /. Amer. Chem. 

Soc, 75:5744-5746. 

With H. P. Wallingford 

Grignard reactions involving opening of the 
Furan ring. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:5950- 
5952. 

With H. O. House, L. R. Melby 

Open chain analogs of tropolone. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:5952-5955. 

With Norman Thomas 

E.xtension of the Reformatsky reaction to new 
types of compounds. /. Org. Chem., 18: 

1762-1766. 

GUTOWSKY, H. S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With C. J. Hoffman 

Silicon tetrafluoride. Inorganic Syntheses, 

■7:145-147. 
Germanium (IV) fluoride. Inorganic Syn- 
theses, 4:147-149. 
Ifith D. W. McCall 

Chlorine pure quadrupole resonances. /. Chem. 
Phys., 2J:1300. 

With D. W. McCall, C. P. Slichter 

Nuclear magnetic resonance multiplets in 
liquids. /. Chem. Phys., 27:279-292. 
With B. R. McGarvey 

Nuclear magnetic resonance in thallium com- 
pounds. Phys. Rev., 97:81-86. 

Rb" and Cs'^ magnetic resonance shifts in 
the solid halides. /. Chem. Phys., 27:1423- 
1424. 

Nuclear magnetic resonance in metals. II. 
Temperature dependence of the reso- 
nance shifts. J. Chem. Phys., 27:2114-2119. 

With L. H. Meyer 

Electron distribution in molecules. II. Pro- 
ton and fluorine magnetic resonance shifts 
in the halomethanes. /. Phys. Chem., 57: 
481-486. 

The proton magnetic resonance in natural 
rubber. /. Chem. Phys., 27:2122-2126. 

With L. H. Meyer, R. E. McClure 

Apparatus for nuclear magnetic resonance. 
Rev. Sci. Instr., 2-7:644-652. 

With L. H. Meyer, A. Saika 

Electron distribution in molecules. III. The 
proton magnetic spectra of simple organic 
groups. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4567- 
4573. 

With J. G. Potvles 

Proton magnetic resonance of the CH3 group. 

I. Investigation of six tetrasubstituted meth- 
anes. /. Chem. Phys., 27:1695-1703. 

Proton magnetic resonance of the CH;i group. 

II. Solid solutions of t-butyl chloride in 
carbon tetrachloride. /. Chem. Phvs., 21: 
1704-1709. 

With A. Saika 

Dissociation, chemical exchange, and the pro- 
ton magnetic resonance in aqueous electro- 
lytes. /. Chem. Phys., 27:1688-1694. 

With R. D. Spence, C. H. Holm 

Hindered molecular rotation in liquid crystals. 
/. Chem. Phys., 27:1891. 

HENDERSON, L. M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With O. J. Koeppe, Harriet H. Zimmerman 
Niacin-tryptophan deficiency resulting from 

amine acid imbalance in non-casein diets. 

J. Biol. Chem., 207:697-706. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 15 



JOHNSON, RALPH A., Assistant Professor 

Motion Picture 

With L. r. Peterson 

Techniiiue of gravimetric analysis. U. of I. 
N'isual Aids. 

Articles 

Production, particle characteristics, and spec- 
tra of tellurium hydrosols for spectropho- 
tometry. Analyt. Chem., 25:1013-1017. 
U'lth F. P. Kzi'au, Dent U'cstlakc 

Spectrophotonietric determination of tellurium 
as hydrosol. Analyt. C hem., 25:1017-1019. 

JOHNSTONE, H. F., Professor 

Articles 

If'ith R. D. Toomey 

Heat transfer between beds of fluidized solids 

and the walls of the container. C /if>ii. Etig. 

Progress, S\mposiu»i Series No. 5, pp. 

51-63. 
Reviews 

Handbook on air cleaning. Chem. Eng. Ne~as, 

ii:184. 

TONES, MARK M., Instructor 

Articles 

Hith E. Cris-iold, R. K. Bird'uhistell 

The effect of some salts on the .solubility of 

potassium bromide in acetic acid. /. A>ner. 

Chem. Sac, 75:5701-5704. 

LAITINEN, H. A., Professor 

Articles 

H'ith Pekka Kiz-alo 

Polarographic reduction of hexaniminecobalt 
(III) ion. II. The effect of complexing 
agents. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2198-2202. 
With A. ]. Frank, P. Kivalo 

Polarographic reduction of hexamminecobalt 
(III) ion. III. The effect of non-complex- 
ing electrolytes. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 75: 
2865-2869. 
With W. A. Zeigler 

Polarography of tungsten (VI). Catalytic re- 
duction of perchlorate. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:3045-3048. 
With K. B. Oldham, W. A. Ziegler 

Polarography of tungsten (VI) in hydro- 
chloric acid. Mechanism of the tungsten(\')- 
tungsten(III) wave. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:3048-3050. 
With R. L. Rebertus, J. C. Bailor, Jr. 

A polarographic study of the hydrazine com- 
plexes of zinc. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
3051-3053. 
With .V. J. Leonard, E. H. Mottus 

The behavior of 1,2-diketones at the dropping 
mercury electrode. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:3300-3303. 
With P. Kivalo, K. B. Oldham 

X'erification of a theory of irreversible )iolaro- 
graphic waves. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
4148-4152. 
With K. B. Oldham, P. Kivalo 

Studies on the rising portion of reversible 
polarographic waves. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:5712-5715. 
With A. D. McElroy 

Polarography in liquid ammonia. V. The 
polarography of lead, cadmium, zinc, nickel, 
cobalt, chromium and aluminum ions. /. 
Phys. Chem., 57:564-567. 

LARNER, JOSEPH, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. Illinguorth, G. T. Cori 

Structure of glycogens and amylopectins. I. 

Enzymatic determination of chain length. 

/. Biol. Chem. 799:63 1-640. 



With B. lllinguvrth, G. T. Cori, C. F. Cori 
Structure of glycogens and amylopectins. II. 

Analysis by stepwise enzymatic degradation. 

J. Biol. Chem., 799:641-651. 
The action of branching enzymes on outer 

chains of glycogen. /. Biol. Chem., 202: 

491-503. 

LEONARD, NELSON J., Professor 
Books 

Lupin alkaloids. Chapter in "The Alkaloids," 
edited by R. H. F. .Manske and H. L. 
Holmes, Academic Press, Inc., New York. 
Articles 

li^'ith B. L. Ryder 
The stereoisomers of t'lV.-dialkylpiperidines. 
The 2-n-butyI-3-methylpiperidines. /. Org. 
Chem., 75:598-608. 
ll'ith L. .Marion, B. P. Moore 
The papilionaceous alkaloids. XVTII. Lupinus 
sericeus Pursh., Canadian J. Chem., 57:181- 
186. 
With R. C. Sentc, W. J. Middletoii 
Rearrangement of of-aminoketones during Clem- 
mensen reduction. IX. The fate of asym- 
metry at the of-carbon. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:1674-1675. 
ll'ith G. C. Robinson 
Tropolones by i.somerization. I. 3,7-dibenzyl- 
tropolone. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2143- 
2147. 
With G. C. Robinso^i 

The ultraviolet absorption spectra of diben- 
zylidene-l,2-cycloalkanediones. /. .4mer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:27\A-27\7. 
IVi-th H. A. Laitinen, E. H. Mottus 

The behavior of 1,2-diketones at the dropping 
mercury electrode. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:3300-3303. 
lyith G. Fuller, H. L. Dryden, Jr. 

Rearrangement of a-aminoketones during 
Clemmensen reduction. X. Influence of 
phenyl substitution. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:3727-3730. 
\V,th J. W. Berry 
Tropolones by isomerization. II. Substituted 
3,7-dibenzyltropolones. J. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:4989-4991. 
With S. Swann, Jr., G. Fuller 
2,3 -bis- C/'-aminophenyl) -2,3-butanediol. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:5127-5128. 
With J. W. Curry, J. J. Sagura 
Rearrangement of a-aminoketones during Clem- 
mensen reduction. XI. The reduction of 
atom-bridged bicyclic a-aniinoketones. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:6249-6252. 

MARVEL, C. S., Research Professor 
Articles 

With ['. C. Menikheim, H. K. Inski[>, 
W. K. Taft, B. G. I.abbc 
Copolymerization of vinylsulfonic acid deriva- 
tives with butadiene. J. Poly. Sci., 10: 
39-48. 
With C. W. Hinman, H. K. Inskif 

Polyalkylene sulfides. XII. Termination by 
disulfide formation. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:1997. 
With E. D. Weil, L. B. Wakefield, 
C. W. Fairbanks 
The structure of the polymers of alpha-halo- 
acrylates. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2326- 
2330. 
With Eugene A. Kraiman 

Polythiolesters. II. Preparation in emulsions. 
/. Or</. Chem., 18, 707-714. 
With G. //. .McCain 

Polymerization of esters of cinnamic acid. 
/. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:3272. 



16 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MARVEL, C. S. (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

yyith li\ R. Peterson, II. K. Inskip, 

J. li. McCorkle, IV. K. Taft, B. G. Labbe 
Copolynierization of alpha, beta-unsaturated 
ketones benzalacetophenone and other ke- 
tones copolynierized with butadiene and 
otJier monomers. Ind. Eng. Clieni., 45:1532- 
1538. 
With //. Z. Friedlander, Sherlock Swaim, Jr., 
H. K. Inskip 
Diazoniuni fluborates as initiators of vinyl 
polymerization. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
3846-3847. 
With H. Z. Friedlander, Sherlock Swann, Jr. 
Attempts at the electrolytic initiation of poly- 
merization. J. Electrochem. Soc, 100:408- 
410. 
With IV. S. Andersoti 

Copolymerization of anthracene with 1,3-buta- 
diene. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75, 4600. 
With K. G. Clarke, H. K. Inskip, W. K. Taft, 
B. G. Labbe 
Polybutadiene modified by addition of thiols 
containing polar groups. Ind. Eng. Chem., 
•^5:2090-2093. 

With J. J. Drysdale 

Synthesis and polymerization of 6-hydroxy-4- 
hydroxymethylhexanal diethyl acetal and 5- 
hydroxy - 4 - hydroxymethylpentanal diethyl 
acetal. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4601-4602. 

With G. H. McCain, Moses Passer, IV. K. Taft, 
B. G. Labbe 
Copolymerization reactions of cinnamic acid, 
its derivatives, and some related compounds. 
Ind. Eng. Chem.. 45:2211-2317. 

With H. R. Snyder, K. C. Murdoch 

l-cyano-l,3-butadienes, VI. Copolymerization 
of the cis- and /ra«5-l-cyano-l,3-butadienes 
with butadiene. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
4742-4746. 

With Eugene A. Kraiman 

Polythiolesters. III. Further studies on prep- 
aration in emulsions. J. Ore/. Chem., 18: 
1664-1669. 
With J. M. Quinn, J. S. Shoivell 

Copolymerization of conjugated unsaturated 
carbonyl systems containing thiophene units. 
/. Org. Chem., 75:1730-1738. 
With Herman Wexlcr 

The addition of dithiols to dibenzalketones. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:6318-6319. 

MOELLER, THERALD, Professor 
Books 

With J. C. Bailar, Jr., J. Kleinberg, 
E. G. Rochow, W. C. Schumb, 
J. D. Scott, R. C. Young 
Inorganic syntheses. Vol. IV. McGraw-Hill 
]5ook Co., N. Y. 218 pp. 

Articles 

With F. L. Pundsack 

Distribution of 8-quinolinol between water and 
chloroform as a function of pH. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:2258-2259. 
With G. Q. Da-vsoii 

The chemistry of thorium. IV. Some obser- 
vations on thorium hypophosphate. /. .Imer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:3572-3574. 

With P. A. Zimmerman 

Observations on the rare earths. LXII. Some 
observations on solutions of certain rare 
earth metal salts in basic solvents. /. Amer. 
Chem. Soc, 75:3940-3943. 



With M. V. Ramaniah 

The chemistry of thorium. V. Some obser- 
vations on the 8-quinolinoI chelates of 
thorium. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:3946- 
3949. 
IVith R. IV. Shellman 

The iron(III)-phenol complex in aqueous solu- 
tion. Science, 118:327-328. 
IVith G. L. King 

Electrometric titration studies upon thallium 
(III) salt solutions. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:4852. 
With G. L. King 

Some observations on high temi)erature gal- 
late(lll) formation. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:6060-6061. 
H'ith G. L. King 

Nitrosylpentamminecobalt(II) chloride, black, 
and nitrosylpentamminecobalt(III) chloride, 
pink. Inorganic Syntheses, 4:168-17\. 
With N. C. Nielsen 

Partial resolution of the tris-(oxalato)-germa- 
nate(IV) ion. /. Amer. Client. Soc, 75: 
5106-5107. 
With H. J. Birch, N. C. Nielsen 

Phosphorus(V) sulfochloride. Inorganic S\n- 
theses, 4:71-73. 
With D. H. Wilkins 

Bis(8-quinolinolo)dioxouranium(VI) and its 
addition compound with 8-quinolinol. Inor- 
ganic Syntheses, 4:101-103. 
With D. C' Edwards 
Tin(IV) iodide. Inorganic Syntheses, 4:119- 

121. 
The rare earth elements — a neglected phase 
of inorganic chemistry. Science Counselor, 
16, 3:90-92, 109-110. 
Coordination chemistry of the rare earth 
metal ions. Record Chem. Progress, 14, 2: 
69-81. 

NYSTROM, ROBERT FORREST, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With John C. Leak 

Reactions of allyl alcohol-1-C". /. Amer. 

Chem. Soc, 75:3039. 

PETERS, MAX S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Plant design for undergraduate chemical 
engineers. /. Chem. Educ, 50:619-623. 

RAY, B. ROGER, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With F. E. Bartcll 
Wetting characteristics of cellulose derivatives. 

II. Inter-relations of contact angles. /. 

Phys. Chem., 57:49-56. 
With D. M. Gibson, E. O. Davisson, 

B. K. Bachhaivat, C. E. Vestling 

Rat liver lactic dehydrogenase. I. Isolation 
and chemical properties of the crystalline 
enzyme. /. Biol. Chem., 205:397-409. 
With E. O. Davisson, D. M. Gibson, 

C. E. Vestling 

Rat liver lactic dehydrogenase. II. Physical 
chemical studies on the crystalline enzyme. 
/. Phys. Chem., 57:609-613. 
With F. E. Bart ell 

Hysteresis of contact angle of water on 
paraffin. /. Colloid Sci., 8:214-223. 

SCHMITT, ROMAN A., Instructor 
Articles 

With Nathan Sugarnian 

Uranium photo-fission yields. Phys. Rev., 89 : 
1155. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 17 



SMITH, G. FREDERICK, Professor 
Articles 

The preparation of anhydrous perchloric acid. 
/. Ani^r. CItcm. Soc, 75:184-186. 
IVith D. H. IVilkins 

New colorinietric reagent for copper. De- 
termination of copper in iron. Anal. Chcm., 
25:510-511. 

2,4,(>-Trinitrobenzoic acid a,« a primary stand- 
ard in acidimetrv. Aiuil. Chim. Acta., 8: 
209-216. 

2,6-l{is(2-pyridyl) pyridine and alkyl deriva- 
tives. Their properties in the formation of 
ferrous and cobaltous colored complex 
cations. Anal. Chim. Acta., 9:338-348. 

The wet ashing of organic matter employing 
hot concentrated perchloric acid. The liquid 
tire reaction. AimL Chim. Acta., 5:397-421. 

The simultaneous spectrophotometric determi- 
nation of iron and of copper using 1,10- 
phenanthroline. Anal. Chim. Acta., 9:538- 
545. 

Spectrophotometric studies of 4. and 4,7 di- 
alkylamino-alkylamino 1 , 1 0-phenanthrolines 
as their ferrous chelate ions. Anal. Chim. 
Acta., 5:46-56. 

SNYDER. HAROLD R.. Professor 

Articles 

IVith H. R. Beilfuss 

Synthesis of 6-K-amylindolc and 6-)i-amyl- 
tryptophan. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4921- 
4924. 
With H. R. Beilfuss, J. K. Williams 

Synthesis of 4-methyl-, 5-methyl-, 6-methyl- 
and 4,6-dimethyltryptophans. /. Amer. 
Chcm. Soc, 75:1873-1876. 
With C. T. Elston, D. B. Kellom 

Polyphosphoric acid as a reagent in organic 
chemistry. IV. Conversion of aromatic 
acids and their derivatives to amines. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2014-2015. 
With C. Y. Meyers, D. B. Kellom 

A study of the Mannich base-indole conden- 
sation. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4672-4675. 
With K. C. Murdoch, C. S. Marvel 

l-Cyano-l,3-butadienes. VI. Copolymerization 
of cis- and iran5-l-cyano-l,3-butadienes with 
butadiene. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4742- 
4746. 

STRAUB, FREDERICK G.. Re.search 

Professor 
Articles 
With F. L. Archibald. J. W. Purssell, Jr. 

Prevention of metal losses in the wet .steam 

areas of steam turbines. Proc Amer. 

Power Conf., 15:579-587. 

SWANX. SHERLOCK, JR., Research 
Professor 

Articles 

With C. S. Marvel, H. Z. Friedlander 

Attempts at the electrolytic initiation of poly- 
merization. 7. Electrochem. Soc, 100:408- 
410. 

With N. J. Leonard, Glenn Fuller 
2,3 -Bis- (/J-aminophenvl) -2,3-butanediol. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:5127-5128. 

TAMRES, M.. Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Scott Searles, G. M. Barrow 

Hydrogen bonding of esters and lactones. 

Site of bonding and effect of ring size. 

/. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:71-73. 



With Scott Searles, E. R. Lifpincott 

Hydrogen bonding ability and structure of 
ethylene oxides. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75: 
2775-2776. 
With D. R. Virzi, Scott Searles 

The iodine complexes of polyalkylbenzenes. J. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4358-4360. 

TAYLOR, EDWARD C, JR.. As.sistant 
Professor 

Articles 

ll'ith J. A. Carbon, P. R. Iloff 

Pteridines. X. A new approach to the 
synthesis of pteridines. J. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:1904-1908. 
With N. W. Kalenda 

The structures of some alleged dihydroiiirlolcs. 
/. Orii. Chem., iS:175S-1761. 

VESTLING. CARL S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With D. M. Gibson, E. O. Davisson, 
B. K. Bachha-vat, B. R. Ray 
Rat liver lactic dehydrogenase. I. Isolation 
and chemical properties of the crystalline 
enzyme. /. Biol. Chem., 203:397-409. 
li'ith E. O. Davisson, D. M. Gibson, 
B. R. Ray 
Rat liver lactic dehydrogenase. II. Physico- 
chemical characterization of the crystalline 
enzyme. J. Phxs. Chem., 57:609-613. 
With R. L. Fischer 

Precision conductivity bridge: performance 
details. Proc. Instrument Soc. Amer., 8: 
53-55. 
Reviews 

General biochemistry, by W. H. Peterson and 
F. M. Strong. /. Agr. Food Chem., 7:1016. 

WALL, FREDERICK T., Professor 
Articles 

Mean dimensions of rubber-like polymer mole- 
cules. J. Chem. Phys., 2i:1914-1919. 
With Patricia M. Sa.xton 

Electrolytic interaction of nylon with sodium 
hydroxide solutions at different tempera- 
tures. /. Phys. Chem., 57:370-375. 
With C. W. Childers 

Measurement of ordinary diffusion coefficients 
of polymers. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:3550- 
3552. 
With Guy B. Taylor 

Diffusion of polymer mixtures. J. .-^mer. 
Chcm. Soc, 75:6340-6342. 
Reviews 

Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, Vol- 
ume 3. by G. K. RoUefson and R. E. 
Powell. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2281. 

WESTWATER, J. W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. E. West, Jr. 

Radiation-conduction correction for temiiera- 

ture measurements in hot gases. Ind. F.ng. 

Chem., -^5:2152-2156. 

V.XNKWICH, PETER E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. C. Stivers 

Intramolecular carbon isoto|)e effects in the 
decarboxylation of malonic acid and bromo- 
malonic acid. /. Chem. Phys., 2 1:6\ -(>(>. 

With R. L. Belford, Gideon Fraenkel 

Temjierature coefficient of the intermolecular 
carbon isotope effect in the decarboxylation 
of normal malonic acid. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:832-835. 



18 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



VANKWICH, PETER E. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
ll-itli R. L. Bclfonl 

JiUerniolecular carbon isotope effect in the 
decarboxylation of normal malonic acid in 
ijuinoline solution. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 
75:4178-4182. 
With A. L. Pramislo'v 

Carbon isotope constitution of some acetic 

acids. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:4881. 
Isotope effects in chemical reactions. Ann. 
Rev. Suclear Sci., i:23S-248. 
Reviews 

Nuclear data, compiled by the National 
IJureau of Standards Nuclear J)ata Group. 
J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1520. 

CITY PLANNING AND 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

LOHMANN, KARL B., Professor 
Articles 

22 "I'lanning Notes," in Illinois Parks Mag. 
(Illinois Association of Park Districts). 



CIVIL ENGINEERING 

BABBITT, HAROLD E., Professor 

Articles 

With E. R. Baumann and H. N. Haward 

The corrosion of copper tube used in soil 

stack installations. Bull. 111. Eng. Exp. 

Sta., 405. 42 pp. 

CHOW, VEN TE, Research Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Frequency analysis of hydrologic data with 
special application to rainfall intensities. 
Bull. III. Eng. E.vp. Sta., 414. 80 pp. 
Discussion of area-depth studies for thunder- 
storm rainfall in Illinois. Trans. Amer. 
Geophys. Union, 34, 4:628-630. 
Frequency analysis of hydrologic data on 
rainfall. Highwav Research Abstracts, 23, 
9:5-6. 

CLARK, JAMES G., Professor 
Articles 

Welded highway bridges. Proc Ky. Highway 
Conf. Kentucky Eng. E.vp. Sta., 7, 4:76-87. 

DANNER, ELLIS, Professor 

Articles 

Elements of bituminous road surfacing design. 
Countx and To7i'nship Roads. Part I, May- 
June:" 15-19; Part II, July-August: 18-23; 
Part III, September-October: 16-20. 41; 
Part IV, November-December: 17-20. 

DIETZ, JESS C, Professor 

Articles 

Effects of radioactive substances on the 
anaerobic digestion of sewage sludges. 
LTnited States Atomic Energy Commission, 
Division of Reactor Development, WASH- 
129:63-71. 
Short courses for sewage treatment plant 
operators. Proc III. Assn. Sanitary Dis- 
tricts, 1953: 40-44. 

GOODMAN, LAWRENCE E., Research 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
With I. G. Sutherland 

Elasto-plastic stress optical effect in silver 

chloride single crystals. /. Applied Phxsics, 

24, 5:577-584. 



Application of silver chloride in investigation 
of elasto-plastic states of stress. National 
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics TN 
3043, Nov. 1953. 55 pp. 
With N. M. Newmark, E. Rosenblueth 

Aseismic design of elastic structures founded 
on firm ground. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civil 
Engineers, 79 (Separate No. 349). 27 pp. 

HAY, WILLIAM WALTER, Associate 

Professor 
Books 

Railroad engineering, Vol. 1. John Wiley and 

Sons, Inc., New York. 483 pp. 

NEWMARK, NATHAN M., Research 
Professor 

Articles 

A review of cumulative damage in fatigue. 

Chapter 10 in Fatigue and Fracture of 

Metals. MIT and John Wiley and Sons, 

Inc., New York, 1952: 197-228. 
What do we need to know about prestressed 

concrete. Civil Engineering, 23, 1 :59-63. 
What do we need to know about prestressed 

concrete. /. Amer. Concrete Institute, 24, 

5:445-456. 
An engineering approach to blast resistant 

design. Proc. 22nd Annual Convention 

Structural Engineers Assn. Calif., 5-1 to 

5-18. 
An engineering ajiproach to blast resistant 

design. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civil Engineers, 

79. (Separate No. 306). 16 pp. 
With L. A. Harris and R. B. Matthiescn 

Fatigue properties of weld metal. Welding 

Research Supplement, 18, 9:441s-453s. 
I^w-temperature bend test properties of bead- 

on-plate welds. Weld. Res. Supplement, 18, 

12:585s-599s. 
ll'ith L. E. Goodman, E. Rosenblueth 

Aseismic design of elastic structures founded 

on firm ground. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civil 

Engineers, 79. (Separate No. 349). 27 pp. 

PECK, RALPH B., Research Professor 

Books 

With W' . E. Hanson, T. H. Thornburn 

Foundation engineering. John Wiley and 
Sons, Inc., New York. 410 pp. 
Articles 

Foundation exploration - Denver Coliseum. 
Proc Amer. Soc Civil Engineers, 79, 326: 
1-14. 
Piles and jiile foundations, settlements of pile 
foundations. Proc. Third Int. Conf. Soil 
Mech. and Fdn. Engrg., II: 345-348. 
Selection of foundations for engineering struc- 
tures. Proc. 2nd III. .Structural Engineering 
Conf., 113-118 (1952). 
Soil mechanics as related to substructure 
design. L.S.U. Eng. E.vp. Sta. Bull., 30: 
5-11. 
With F. G. Bryant - 

The bearing-capacity failure of the Transcona I 
elevator. Geotechnique, J:201-208. ' 

With A. E. Cummings 

Local materials in high Andes prove suitable 
for rolled-fill dam. Cii'il Engineering, 23: 
27-30. 
With W. E. Hanson, T. H. Thornburn I 

P'oundation engineering — footings on typical " 
sandy and clayey soils. Prog. Arch., Dec: 
95-101. 
With L. P. Drew et al. 

Specifications for design of retaining walls 
and abutments. Proc Amer. Raikcav Eng. 
Assn., 54:797-%\5. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 19 



With H. O. Ireland 

InvestiRation of stability problems. Proc. 
Amer. Raihi-ay Eng. Assn., 5-/: 1116-1 128. 

SIESS, CHESTER P., Research Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Specifications for prestressed concrete. Proc. 
Western Conf. Prestressed Concrete, Los 
Angeles: 133-142 (1952). 
With A. S. relet SOS 

Distribution of loads to girders in slab-and- 
girder bridges: theoretical analyses and 
their relation to field tests. Higlnvay Re- 
search Board Research Report 14-b; 58-74 
(1952). 
With I. M. ricst 

Studies of slab and beam highway bridges: 
Part V — Tests of continuous right I-beam 
bridges. Bull. III. Eng. E.xp. Sta., 416. 
90 pp. 
Composite construction for I-beam bridges. 
Proc. Highicay Research Board, .U:\6\-\79. 

THORNRURX. THOMAS H., Research 
Associate Professor 

Books 

With R. B. Peck, W. E. Hanson 

Foundation engineering. John Wiley and Sons, 
Inc., New York. 410 pp. 

Articles 

With R. B. Peck, W. E. Hanson 

Foundation engineering — footings on typical 
sandy and clayey soils. Prog. Arch., De- 
cember: 95-101. 

VELETSOS, ANESTIS S., Research 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Discussion of "Steady-State Forced Vibration 
of Continuous Frames" by C. T. G. 
I^ooney. Trans. Amer. Soc. Civil Engineers, 
118:S\7-820. 
Discussion of "Bending of a Uniformly 
Loaded Rectangular Plate with Two Adja- 
cent Edges Clamped and the Others Either 
Simply Supported or Free" by M. K. 
Huang and H. D. Conway. J. Applied 
.Mechanics, 20:303-304. 

With C. P. Siess 

Distribution of loads to girders in slaband- 
girder bridges: Theoretical analyses and 
their relation to field tests. Highway Re- 
search Board, 14-B:58-74. 



CLASSICS 

LAZEXBY, FRAN'CIS D., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Cults, myths, oracles and politics in ancient 
Greece, by Martin P. Nilsson. Class. Wklv, 
46:\3S. 
Three critical periods in Greek sculpture, by 
Gisela M. A. Richter. Class. Wkly, 46: 
187-188. 

OLIVER, REVILO P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Giovanni Tortelli. Studies Presented to David 
Moore Robinson, 2:1257-1271. 
Reviews 

Caelius Aurelianus: On acute diseases and 
on chronic diseases, by I. E. Drabkin. 
Class. J., 45:80-83 (Xov. 1952). 
Classical influences in Renaissance literature, 
by Douglas Bush. Class. Wkly, 46 :94. 



PERRY, BEX EDWIX, Professor 
Articles 

An Ae.sopic fable in Photius. Byzantinische 
Zeitschrift, ■/6:308-313. 

COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH, 
INSTITUTE OF 

TAYLOR, WILSOX L., Research Assistant 
Articles 

"Cloze procedure": A new tool for measuring 

readability. Journalism Quarterly, jt0:415- 

433. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

ALEXANDER, MELAXCTHON H., 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
With W. O. Nelson, E. E. Ormiston 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. II. Milk quality as 
affected by types of installation and sani- 
tation procedures. /. Dairy Sci., ji(5:303-308. 

Studies on the use of permanetit milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. Proc. XIII Int. 
Dairy Cong. Sec. 3, Sub. 4:1-6. 

HAXSEX, ROGER G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. J. Rutter 

Lactose metabolism. I. Carbohydrate metabo- 
lism of Lactobacillus bulgaricus strain 
gere A. /. Biol. Chem., 202:311-321. 
Lactose metabolism. II. The conversion of 
galactose to glucose derivatives in Lacto- 
bacillus bulgaricus strain gere A. /. Biol. 
Chem., 202:323-330. 
With W. J. Rutter, P. Krichevsky, 
H. M. Scott 
The metabolism of lactose and galactose in 
the chick. Poult. Sci., 52:706-715. 
With H. M. Scott, B. L. Larson, T. S. Nelson, 
P. Krichevsky 
Growth stimulation and growth inhibition of 
chicks fed forage and forage juice concen- 
trate. /. Niitr., -^9:453-464. 

HAYS, RAY L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With N. L. VanDemark 

Spontaneous motility of the bovine uterus. 

Amer. J. Physiol., J72 :553-556. 
Effects of oxytocin and epinephrine on uterine 

motility in the bovine. Amer. J. Physiol., 

772:557-560. 
Effects of stimulation of the reproductive 

organs of the cow on the release of an 

oxytocin-like substance. Endocrinology, 52: 

634-637. 
Motility patterns in the female reproductive 

tract. lozva State College J. Sci., 25:107- 

118. 

KENDALL, KENTON A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Touchberry, W. B. Nevens, 
O. R. Overman 
The apparent digestibility of nitrogen as asso- 
ciated with calcium fertilization of the soil. 
/. Anim. Sci., ;2:63S-641. 

LARSON, BRUCE L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With A. H. Beavers 

Electrophoresis of clays by the schlieren mov- 
ing boundary procedure. Proc. Soil Sci. 
Soc. Amer., 17:22-26. 



20 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



LARSON, BRUCE L. (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

tVith K. A. Cillcs, Robert Jenness 

Amperometric method for determining the 

sorption of iodine by starch. Analyt. Chem., 

25:802-804. 
WUh.R. G. Hansen, H. M. Scott, T. S. Nelson, 

P. Krichevsky 
Growth stimulation and growth inhibition of 

chicks fed forage and forage juice con- 
centrate. /. Nutr., 49:453-464. 
With Robert Jenness 

Characterization of the sulfiiydryl groups and 

the kinetics of the heat denaturation of 

crystalline /3-lactoglobulin. /. Amer. Chem. 

Soc. "•;:3090-3093 (1952). 
With G. W. Salisbury 
The reactive reducing components of semen; 

the presence of sulfite in bovine semen. /. 

Biol. Chem., 207:601-608. 

NELSON, VVILLARD O., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Nutritional factors influencing growth and 
lipase production by Geotrichum candidum. 
J. Dairy Sci., i6: 143-151. 
With M. H. Alexander, E. E. Ormiston 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. IL Milk quality as 
affected by types of installation and sanita- 
tion procedures. /. Dairy Sci., 56:303-308. 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. Proc. XIII Int. Dairy 
Cong. Sec. 3, Sub. 4:1-6. 
With M. E. Friedman, W. A. Wood 

Proteolytic enzymes from Bacteritim linens. 
J. Dairy Sci., id: 1124-1134. 

The influence of various metabolites upon the 
p-aminobenzoate-pantothenate interaction in 
Bacterium linens. J. Bact., 66:568-571. 
With M. Purko, W. A. Wood 

The nutritional equivalence of pantothenate 
and p-aminobenzoate for the growth of 
Bacterium linens. J. Bact., 66:561-567. 
With G. IV. Reinbold, R. V. Hussong 

The nutritional requirements of Pseudomonas 
putrefacicns. I. Nitrogen requirements. /. 
Dairy Sci., 56:414-421. 

The nutritional requirements of Pseudomonas 
putrefaciens. IL Non-nitrogenous carbon 
compounds. /. Dairy Sci., 56:645-651. 

NEVENS. WILLIAM B., Professor 
Articles 

With K. A. Kendall, R. W. Touchberry, 
O. R. Overman 
The apparent digestibility of nitrogen as asso- 
ciated wtih calcium fertilization of the soil. 
/. Anim. Sci., i2 :635-641. 

ORMISTON, EMMETT E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. H. Alexander, W. O. Nelson 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. II. Milk quality as 
affected by types of installation and sanita- 
tion procedures. /. Dairy Sci., 56:303-308. 
Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. Proc. XIII Int. Dairy 
Cong. Sec. 3, Sub. 4:'l-6. 

PURKO, MYROSLOW, Research Associate 
Articles 

With W. O. Nelson, W. A. Wood 

The nutritional equivalence of pantothenate 
and p-aminobenzoate for the growth of 
Bacterium linens. J. Bact., 66:561-571. 



SALISBURY, GLENN W., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 
With G. E. La)>iming 

The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 

on reproduction in mammals. Proc. VI Int. 

Cong. Anim. Htisb. Sec. Ill, pp. 101-106 

(1952). 
U'ith B. L. Larson 

The reactive reducing components of semen; 

the presence of sulfite in bovine semen. /. 

Biol. Chem., 20i :601-608. 
With N. L. VanDcmark 

Physiological basis for site of semen deposition 

and procedure in artificial insemination of 

cattle. //. Int. Cong. Anim. Re^ro. Artif. 

Insem., Part III, pp. 99-106 (1952). 
With A. VanTienhoven, N. L. VanDemark, 

R. G. Hansen 
The preferential utilization by bull sperma- 
tozoa of glucose as compared to fructose. /. 

Dairy Sci., 55:637-641 (1952). 

TOUCHBERRY, ROBERT \V., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With K. A. Kendall, W. B. Ncvens, 
O. R. Overman 
The apparent digestibility of nitrogen as asso- 
ciated with calcium fertilization of the soil. 
/. Anim. Sci., i2 :635-641. 

VAN DEMARK, NOLAND L., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Physiological processes involved in sperma- 

tozoan transport in the cow. Ciba Founda- 
tion Symposium. Mammalian Germ Cells. 

J. and A. Churchill, Ltd., London. 
Research on freezing and handling bull semen 

at sub-zero temperatures. Proc. VI Annu. 

Conf. Nat. Assoc. Artif. Breeders. 
With R. L. Hays 

Spontaneous motility of the bovine uterus. 

Amer. J. Physiol., i72 :553-556. 
Effects of oxytocin and epinephrine on uterine 

motility in the bovine. Amer. J. Physiol., 

172:557-560. 
Effect of stimulation of the reproductive 

organs of the cow on the release of an 

oxytocin-like substance. Endocrinology, 52 : 

634-637. 
Motility patterns in the female reproductive 

tract. lozi'a State College J. Sci., 28 -.107 - 

118. 

WOOD, WILLIS A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With AI. E. Friedman, W. O. Nelson 

The influence of various metabolites upon the 
p-aminobenzoate-pantothenate interaction in 
Bacterium linens. J. Bact., 66:568-571. 
Proteolytic enzymes from Bacterium linens. 
J. Dairy Sci., 56:1124-1134. 
With B. L. Horecker 

D-glucose-6-phosphoric acid. Biochem. Preps. 
3:7\-7i. 
With M. Purko, W. O. Nelson 

The nutritional equivalence of pantothenate 
and p-aminobenzoate for the growth of 
Bacterium li}iens. J. Bact., 66:561-567. 
With R. F. Schwcrdt 

Carbohydrate oxidation by Pseudomonas fluo- 
rescens. I. The mechanism of glucose and 
gluconate oxidation. /. Biol. Chem., 201: 
501-511. 
Alternate pathways of hexose oxidation in 
Pseudomonas fluorescens. J. Cell, and 
Comp. Physiol., 41:\65-IS2. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 21 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 

SIFFERD, CALVIN S., Assistant Dean of 

Men 
Books 
l^ith Charles A. Prosser 

Selecting an occupation. McKnight and Mc- 

Knight, Bloomington. 246 pp. 

Articles 

Where are you going in residence hall coun- 
seling? College and University Business, 
15,4:17. 

TURNER, FRED H., Dean of Students 

Books 

Proceedings, Thirty-fifth Anniversary Confer- 
ence, National Association of Student Per- 
sonnel Administrators. 1 vol. Bona Fide 
Reporting Co., Chicago. 351 pp. 

Articles 

The 35th anniversary conference of the 
NASPA. Sch. Soc, 77:377-379. 

Student loan? No, thanks! The Rotarian, 
52,3:22-25. 

You heard what the man said! Banta's 
Greek Exch.. 41,1:22-23; 41,2:77-79; 41, 
3:135-137; -/i, 4:201-203. 

Monthly bulletin of the interfraternity re- 
search and advisory council. Nos. 35-38. 
Attleboro, Massachusetts. 

DIGITAL COMPUTER LABORATORY 

GREGORY, R. T., Research Assistant 
Articles 

Computing Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of 
a symmetric matrix on the Illiac. MTAC, 
7:215-220. 

MEAGHER, R. E., Research Professor 
Reviews 

Electric control systems, by R. W. Jones. 
Rev. Sci. Inst., 24:970. 

NASH, J. P., Research Professor 

Articles 

Uniform convergence of Fourier series. The 
Rice Institute Pamphlet, special issue, No- 
vember: 31-57. 

With D. J. Wheeler 

Digital computer methods for solving linear 
algebraic equations and finding Eigen- 
values and Eigenvectors. ASME, Proc. 
Symposium on Digital and Analog Co>n- 
puting Methods, June: 21-33. 

Reviews 

Electronic analog computers, by G. A. Korn 

and T. M. Korn. Rev. Sci. Instr., 24:17. 
Numerical solution of diflferential equations, 

by W. E. Milne. Rev. Sci. Instr., 24:979,. 

ROBERTSON, J. E., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With D. J. Wheeler 

Diagnostic programs for the Illiac. Proc. 

I. R. E., -^i: 1320-1325. 

TAUB, A. H., Research Professor 
Articles 

Curved shocks in pseudo-stationary flovir. 
Ann Math., 55:501-527. 
Reviews 

The meaning of relativity, by A. Einstein. 

Math. Rev., 14:iQS. 
Tensor analysis for physicists, by J. A. 
Schouten. Quarterly App. Math., 11:137. 



WHEELER, D. J., Visiting Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. .1. Brooker 

Floating operations on the EDSAC. MTAC, 
7:37-46. 
With J. P. Nash 

Digital computer methods for solving linear 
algebraic equations and finding Eigen- 
values and Eigenvectors. ASME, Proc. 
Symposium on Digital and Analog Com- 
puting Methods, June: 21-23. 
With J. E. Robertson 

Diagnostic programs for the Illiac. Proc. 
I. R. E., "/i: 1320-1325. 

ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH, 
BUREAU 

BASSIE, V LEWIS, Director 
Articles 

Monthly articles on topics of current busi- 
ness interest, Illinois Business Review, 10: 
1-12. 
Reviews 

Markets after the defense expansion, U. S. 
Dept. of Commerce; The sustaining eco- 
nomic forces ahead. Joint Committee on 
the Economic Report; American economy 
in 1960, by Gerhard Colm. Amer. Econ. 
Rev., 43:4,668-71. 

FERBER, ROBERT, Associate Professor 
Books 

The railroad shippers' forecasts. Bur. Econ. 

Bus. Res., Univ. III., 140 pp. 
A study of aggregate consumption functions. 
Nat. Bur. Econ. Res., N. Y. Technical 
Paper No. 8, 72 pp. 
IVith R. M. Wright, Don Taylor, and Frances 
Dotson 
Economic investigation of the cost of using 
solid-type bearings on the railroads. Ejig. 
E.vp. Sta., Univ. III., 110 pp. 
Articles 

Measuring the accuracy and structure of 
businessmen's expectations. /. Amer. Sta- 
tistical Assn., 45:385-414. 
Observations on a consumer panel operation. 
/. Marketing, J7: 246-259. 

FRANKEL, MARVIN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Industrial productivity and economic policy 
in Britain, 1945-1951. Proc. Twenty-Sev- 
enth Annual Con. Western Econ. Assn., 
65-70. 
Price maintenance, price wars and the dis- 
tributor. Current Econ. Comment, 15,4: 
16-28. 
Reviews 

The California labor force, by Davis Mc- 
Entire. /. Political Econ., 41,2:179-80. 

ECONOMICS 

BELL, J. F., Professor 
Books 

A history of economic thought. The Ronald 
Press Co., N. Y., 70S pp. 
Articles 

The era of state banks. Current History, 
2(5,141:264-270. 
Reviews 

Catalogue of Adam Smith's library. Amer. 

Econ. Rev., 45,2:173-174. 
Catalogue of Adam Smith's library. Econ. 
J., 63,251:705-706. 



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BRANDIS, ROYALL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Cotton competition — U. S. and Egypt, 1929- 
1948. Southern Econ. J., 19:339-352. 

Ethical aspects of war economics. Amcr. J. 
Econ. and Social., i2: 139-147. 

The foreign loan repayment problem. Cur- 
rent Econ. Comment, J5:47-5S. 

Some economic aspects of highway finance. 
Current Econ. Comment, 15:47-57. 

CARROLL, PHILIP M., Assistant 
Articles 

Automatic tax reductions and the federal 
budget. Current Econ. Comment, 15,4:3-7. 

COCHRAN, JOHN A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Background of the coming coal negotiations. 
Current Econ. Comment, 15,4:29-38. 

DUE, JOHN F., Professor 
Books 

Provincial sales taxes. Canadian Tax Foun- 
dation, Toronto. 231 pp. 

Articles 

Lessons from Canadian experience, in con- 
sumption taxes and tax reform. National 
Industrial Conference Board, Studies in 
Business Economics, 47:43-48. 

Lessons from Canada's experience with the 
manufacturers' sales tax. Proc. Nat. Tax 
Assn., 1952, pp. 31-41. 

Toward a general theory of sales tax inci- 
dence. Quarterly J. Econ., 47:253-266. 

The federal budget for fiscal 1954. ///. Bus. 
Rev., 10:8-9. 
Reviews 

Price practices and price policies, by J. 
Backman. Current Econ. Comment, 15: 
63-64. 

Effects of taxation: corporate financial pol- 
icy, by D. T. Smith; Effects of taxation: 
depreciation adjustments for price changes, 
by E. C. Brown. Amer. Econ. Rev., 43: 
205-208. 

HALL, A. STUART, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pensions and profits. ///. Bus. Rev., August, 
1953. 

HARBESON, ROBERT W., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Cost finding in rail transportation: some 
lessons from American experience. United 
Nations Transport and Communications 
Rev., (5:25-33. 

Wage-price relationships in the railway in- 
dustry: A rejoinder. J. Business Univ. 
Chicayo, 26:51-52. 
Reviews 

Transportation, principles and problems, by 
T. C. Bigham and M. J. Roberts. Amcr. 
Econ. Rev., '?j:463-64. 

The political economy of monopoly, by Fritz 
Machlup. Current Econ. Comment, 15: 
57-58. 

HARVEY, ROBERT O., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Politico-economic forecast. Rev. Soc. Resi- 
dential Appraisers, Jan. 1953, pp. 3-7. 
Observations on the cost approach. Appraisal 
J.. Oct., 1953, pp. 514-518. 



KEMMERER, DONALD L., Professor 
Books 

With M. H. Hunter 

Economic history of the United States (rev. 
ed.). Littlefield, Adams and Co., Ames, 
Iowa, 1953 vii, 182, revised edition. 
Articles 

War and inflation: the First World War. 
Current Hist., May, 1953, pp. 281-87. 

Financing Illinois industry, 1830-1890. Bull. 
Bus. Historical Soc, 27:97-111. 
Reviews 

The next America: prophecy and faith, by 
Lyman Bryson. Annals Amer. Acad. Pol. 
Soc. Sci., 256:184-85. 

The American way: the economic basis of 
our civilization, by Shepard Clough. An- 
nals Amer. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci., 259:188- 
89. 

The origins and development of the Amer- 
ican economy: an introduction to eco- 
nomics, by A. J. Johnson and H. E. 
Krooss. Miss. Vallev Hist. Rev., 40 :3\9- 
20. 

LEONARD, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Recent trends in money markets. ///. Bus. 
Rev., 10,\\:8-9. 
Reviews 

Survey of contemporary economics, by 
Bernard F. Haley, ed. Current Econ. 
Comment, 15:72-74. 

LOCKLIN, D. PHILIP, Professor 
Reviews 

Joseph B. Eastman: servant of the people, 
by Claude Moore Fuess. /. Business Univ. 
Chicago, 25:204-205 (1952). 

Taxation of the trucking industry, by Rich- 
ard W. Lindholm. Annals Amer. Acad. 
Pol. Soc. Sci., 252:145-146 (1952). 

Federal control of entry into air transporta- 
tion, by Lucile Sheppard Keyes. /. Pol. 
Econ., 60:354-355 (1952). 

Reasonable freight rates, by Glenn L. Shinn. 
Annals Amcr. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci., 286: 
204-205. 

McCONNELL, JOSEPH L., Associate 
Professor 

Reviews 

The organizational weapon: A study of Bol- 
shevik strategy and tactics, by Philip 
Selznick. Current Econ. Comment, 15,2: 

70-72. 

McNATT, E. B., Professor 
Articles 

The check-off. Labor Law J., '?,2: 123-135. 

OSBORN, RICHARDS C, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Recent developments in air transportation. 

Current Econ. Comment, 15:21-34. 

SMYTHE, DALLAS W., Professor 
Books 

New York television, January 4-10, 1951- 

1952. National Association of Educational 
Broadcasters, Urbana, 108 pp. 

New Haven television, May 15-21, 1952. Na- 
tional Association of Educational Broad- 
casters, Urbana, 119 pp. 

Three years of New York television, 1951- 

1953. National Association of Educational 
Broadcasters, Urbana, 161 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 23 



Articles 

Approcci teorettci sugli effetti delle comiini- 
cazioni di massa. ho Spettacolo, 5:1-15. 
With P. B. Liisk, C. A. Lewis 

Portrait of an art-theater audience. Quar- 
tcrlv of Films, Radio and Television, 8: 
28-50. 

STEIN KR, GEORGE A., Professor 
Books 

Government's role in economic life. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co.. 440 pp. 

Articles 

A program to measure maximum potential 
prmluction under full mobilization condi- 
tions. Industrial College of the Armed 
Forces, Washington, D. C, 153-69, 20 pp. 

Mobilization base policy and program devel- 
opment. Historical Reports on Defense 
Pro<iuction, Report No. 12, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Commerce, NPA, June, 1953, 35 
pp. 

Industrial mobilization planning. Proc, Fed- 
eral Reserve Relations Committee, Third 
Federal Reserve District, n.s., id: 12-37. 

The role of government in the changing 
economy: some delusions and dangers. 
Economics and Business Bulletin, Temple 
University, 6,2:10-16. 

Reviews 

War and defense economics, by Jules Bach- 
man, Solomon Fabricant, Martin R. Gains- 
brugh, and Emanuel Stein. Amer. Econ. 
Rev., •/2,5: 990-991. 

WOODRUFF, WILLIAM, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Early entrepreneurial behavior in relation to 
costs and prices. Oxford Economic Papers, 
n.s., 5,1. 



EDUCATION 

ALLEN, CHARLES M., Professor and 
Principal of University High School 

Articles 

What have our dropouts learned ? Educa- 
tional Leadership, iO: 347-350. 

ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD W., Professor 
Books 

Educational freedom in an age of anxiety 
(editor). Twelfth Yearbook of the John 
Dewey Society. Harper and Brothers, 
New York, 229 pp. 
With Harold G. Shane and others 

The American elementary school. Thirteenth 
Yearbook of the John Dewey Society. 
Harper and Brothers, New York, 434 pp. 

Articles 

The operating structure of educational the- 
ory. Educ. Theory, 5:91-94. 

The continuing discussion of policy. Progres- 
sive Educ, 30:69-92. 

A look at the year ahead for progressive 
education. Progressive Educ, ji: 18-21. 

There is something in a name. Progressive 
Educ, ii: 57-58. 

BLAIR, GLENN M., Professor 
Books 

With W. C. Trow and others 

Educational psychology in teacher education. 
Monograph No. 3, N'ational Society of Col- 
lege Teachers of Education, pp. vii, 99. 



Articles 

Diagnosis of reading difficulties. High School 
J., 56:7-11. (1952). 
With Celia Stendler 

Human development and skill development. 
1953 Yearbook of the National Council for 
the Social Studies, pp. 19-44. 

DEBOER, JOHN J., Professor 
Books 

With Paul B. Hale, Esther Landin, 
Alice Lohrer 
Reading for living, an index to reading ma- 
terials. Circular Series A, No. 51, Illinois 
Curriculum Program Bulletin No. 18. 

DEYOE, GEORGE P., Professor 
Books 

Farming programs in vocational agriculture. 
Interstate, Danville, Illinois. 604 pp. 
Articles 

Supervised farming activities of adult farm- 
ers. Bull. Agr. Educ Univ. III. 19 pp. 
Supervised farming activities for adult farm- 
ers. Agr. Educ. Mag., 26:128,147. 
With L. J. Phipps 

Determining farm mechanics content. Agr. 
Educ. Mag., 26:36-37,42. 

DOLCH, EDWARD W., Professor 
Articles 

How to diagnose children's reading difficul- 
ties by informal classroom techniques. 
Reading Teacher, 6:10-14. 

Success in remedial reading. Elementary 
English, 50:133-137. 

Vocabulary development. Eleinentarv Eng- 
lish, 30:70-75. 

Reading and getting ideas. Education, 73: 
539-542. 

Vocabulary tests and depth of meaning. /. 
Educ. Res., -^7: 181-190. 

EVANS, RUPERT N., Associate Professor 
Books 

With Lyman Smith 

A study of performance measures of trouble 
shooting ability on electronic equipment. 
U. S. (Government Printing Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 147 pp. 
Articles 

A middle course for industrial arts. School 
Shop, i5:2: 13-54. 

A suggested use of sequential analysis in 
performance acceptance testing. Technical 
Report, Contract N60ri 07142, College of 
Education, University of Illinois. 30 pp. 
mimeographed. 

FINCH, FRANK H., Professor 
Books 

The Kuhlmann-Finch intelligence tests. Edu- 
cational Test Bureau, Minneapolis. 57 pp. 

GRONLUND, NORMAN E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Relationship between the sociometric status 

of pupils and teachers' preferences for or 

against having them in class. Sociometry, 

i6: 142-150. 

HAMLIN, HERBERT M., Professor 

Articles 

A charter for a school-sponsored system of 
citizens' committees. Office of Field Serv- 
ices, College of Education, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 21 pp. 



24 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



HAMLIN, HERBERT U. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Local policies for agricultural education in 
the public schools. Office of Field Serv- 
ices, ColleRe of Education, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 53 pp. 

Ornanized citizen participation in the public 
schools. Rer. Educ. Res., 2j: 346-352. 

The unicjue role of public school education 
in agriculture. Agr. Educ. Mag., 2(5:32-33, 
41. 

A strategy for agricultural education. Agr. 
Educ. Mag., 2(5:165-166. 

Public school education in agriculture. Bet- 
ter Farming Methods, 25:38,40-43. 
IVith Howard V. McClusky 

Adult education about education. Rer. Educ. 
Res., 23:261-267. 

HAND, HAROLD C, Professor 
Articles 

Comments on a scholar's reply. Nat. Assn. 
Secondary-School Principals Bull., 37:169- 
180. 
Is your school a sitting duck? Nat. Educ. 

Assn. J., 42:282. 
Making the public school public property. 
Educ. Leadership, 10:261. 
IVith C. IV. Sanford 

A scholar's documents. Nat. Assn. of Sec- 
ondary-School Principals Bull., 57:460-496. 
With Eric Johnson, C. W. Sanford 

How workshops are used in curriculum de- 
velopment. III. School Board J., pp. 107- 
111. 

HENDERSON, KENNETH B., Professor 

Articles 

With Robert E. Pingry 

Problem solving in mathematics. The Learn- 
ing of Mathematics, Its Theory and Prac- 
tice, Tiventy-First Yearbook of the Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 
pp. 228-270. 
Reviews 
The philosophy of mathematics, by Edward 

A. Maziarz. Math. Teacher, 46:125-26. 

An introduction to mathematical thought, by 

E. R. Stabler. Math. Teacher, 46:609. 

JONES, R. STEWART, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Process testing — an attempt to analyze 
reasons for students' responses to test 
questions. /. Educ. Res., 4(5:525-534. 
Emotional conditions of learning. Progres- 
sive Educ, 50:93-98. 
With E. L. Gaier 

The antidemocratic potential of teachers. /. 
Educ. Res., '?7:1-18. 
With E. L. Gaier, R. H. Simpson 

Factors related to measures of professional 
resourcefulness. School Rev., <5-Z: 158-162. 

KAULFERS, WALTERS V., Professor 
Articles 

Research-lights on college language teaching. 

Educ. Record, 54,4:348-358. 
Midcentury enrollments in high-school for- 
eign language. School Rev., 61,4:232-236. 
College entrance language requirements and 
the high schools. Educ. Digest, J9, 1:15-17. 
With Thornton C. Blayne 

College entrance requirements and the high 
schools. Modern Language J., 57,4:195- 
197. 



Tests of language usage; College entrance 
examination board achievement test in 
French reading. Fourth Mental Measure- 
ments Yearbook, The Gryphon Press, 
Highland Park, New Jersey, pp. 312-314, 
352-354. 

KETTELKAMP, C.ILBERT C, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Public relations in foreign language teaching. 
Wis. Spanish Teachers, 7:25-26. 

KNAPP, CLYDE G., Associate Professor 

Books 

With E. Patricia Hagman 

Teaching methods for physical education. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N. Y. 386 pp. 

Articles 

With Harry Combes 

Elementary school basketball: does this pro- 
duce superior high school players? J. 
Amer. Assn. Health, Physical Educ. Rec- 
reation, 24,9:12-13. 

KREBS. ALFRED H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

It's spring! Amer. Vocational J., 25:19-20. 
The FFA — the vehicle or a wheel. Agr. 

Educ. Mag., 25,11:244,260,261. 
Future farmers, why are we here? Agr. 
Educ. Mag., 2(5,5:110,111,112. 

LI ETON, WALTER M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Counseling and the religious view of man. 

Personnel and Guidance J., 31:366-367 . 
Group classroom techniques. Progressive 
Educ, 50:210-213. 
Reviews 

The philosophy of psychiatry, by Harold 
Palmer. Progressive Educ, 31:60-61. 

MARTIN. WILLIAM E., Associate Professor 

Books 

With Celia B. Stendler 

Child development: the process of growing 
up in society. Harcourt, Brace and Co., 
N.Y. 519 pp. 
Intergroup education in kindergarten-primary 
grades. Macmillan Co., N.Y. 151 pp. 
Articles 

The child in a world of number. Childhood 
Educ, 29:325-327. 
With Ncal Gross, John G. Darley 

Studies of group behavior: leadership struc- 
tures in small organized groups. /. Ab- 
normal Social Psychology, 45:429-432. 

MILLER, P. VAN, Professor 
Reviews 

Administrative concern for individual differ- 
ences, by Charles Aubert Berthold. Ed. 
Admin, and Supervision, 5P,1: 58-60. 
Local public school administration, by Ben- 
jamin Floyd Pittenger. Ed. Admin, and 
Supervision, 59,3:174-177. 

MOORE, WALTER JAMES, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Improving the rate of reading through skim- 
ming. Amrr. College Personnel .4ssn. Re- 
port, 7:45-47. 

Selected references on elementary school in- 
struction. Elementary School J., 54:43-51. 

Selected references on secondary school in- 
struction. School Rev., (52:50-56. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 25 



Reviews 

Vour child learns to read, by A. Sterl 
Artley. Elementary English, 30:388. 
inth Celia B. Stendler 

Some research studies in education, and in 
related disciplines, which suggest good 
elementary school practices. Chapter 12, 
The American Elementarv School, pp. 281- 
i\7. 

ODELL, CHARLES W., Professor 
Books 

How to improve classroom testing. W'm. C. 
Brown Co., Dubuque. 156 pp. 
Articles 

The earmarks of good marking systems. 
High School J., -?(5: 197-202. 

PHIPPS. LLOYD J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Guidance for establishment. Agr. Educ. 

Mag., 25:184,188. 
Evaluation in the FFA. Agr. Educ. Mag., 

25:257,258. 
Developing scorecards. Agr. Educ. Mag., 
26:59-61. 
With George P. Deyoe 

Determining farm mechanics content on the 
basis of what farmers consider important. 
Agr. Educ. Mag., 2(5:36-37,42. 
With William D. Masters 

Future farmer to farmer, a study of how- 
students in vocational agriculture in Illi- 
nois become established in farming. Agri- 
cultural Education, University of Illinois. 
24 pp. 

SAXFORD, CHARLES W ., Professor and 
Associate Dean of College of Education 
Articles 

Secondary education, 1950-2000. Calif. J. 
Sec. Ed., 27:341-353. (1952). 

What are the difficulties and barriers to im- 
provement and how can they be antici- 
pated and met? Proc. Annual Conf. Read- 
ing, Uniz: Chicago, Suppl. Ed. Mono., 76: 
218-222. (1952). 
With others 

The Illinois Curriculum Program: local proj- 
ects which encourage improvement in 
school subjects and in school services ■ — 
Part I. ///. Sch. Bd. J., 20:49-52. 

The Illinois Curriculum Program: local proj- 
ects which encourage improvement in 
school subjects and in school services — 
Part II. ///. Sch. Bd. J.. 20:76-79. 

The Illinois Curriculum Program: the basic 
needs — aids in securing needed local 
facts. ///. Sch. Bd. J., iP: 165-167. (1952). 

How workshops are used in curriculum de- 
velopment. ///. Sch. Bd. J., 20:107-111. 

The research program of the Illinois Curric- 
ulum Program. /. Ed. Res., 47:367-373. 
ll'ith Eric H. Johnson 

The Illinois Curriculum Program: how pub- 
lications aid local study programs. ///. 
Sch. Bd. J., 20:138-142. 

The Illinois (Curriculum Program: establish- 
ing improved school-college relationships. 
III. Sch. Bd. J., 20:182-186. 

SHORES, T. HARLAN, Professor 
Articles 

California achievement tests by Ernest W. 

Tregs and Willis W. Clark. The Fourth 

Mental Measurements Yearbook, Oscar K. 

Euros, editor. Gryphon Press, Highland 

Park, X. J., pp. 7-9. 



A training program for elementary school 
principals. Nat. Elementary Principal, S2: 
13-14. 
With Joe L. Saupe 

Reading for problem .solving in science. 7. 
Educ. Psychol., 44:\A9-\S8. 

SIMPSON, RAY H., Professor 
Books 

Improving teaching-learning processes. Long- 
mans, Green and Co., New York. 487 pp. 
Articles 

Rating patterns for maximizing competition 
and minimizing number of comparative 
judgments necessary for each rater. /. 
Appl. Psychol., o7: 290-292. 

Patterns for rating learning products. Edu- 
cational and Psychological Measurement, 
13:614-619. 
With K. L. Camp 

Diagnosing community reading. School Rev., 
(5i:98-100. 
With R. S. Jones, E. L. Gaier 

Factors related to measures of professional 
resourcefulness. School Rev., (5i: 158-162. 

SOWARDS. G. WESLEY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Celia B. Stendler 

The content of early and middle childhood 
education. Rev. Educ. Res., 2J,2: 151-161. 

STANLEY, WILLIAM O., Associate 
Professor 

Books 

Education and social integration. Bureau of 
Publications, Teachers College, Columbia 
University, New York. 290 pp. 

SUMPTION, MERLE R., Professor 
Articles 

Let the community plan the program for 

educating gifted children. Exceptional 

Children, J. Internat. Council Exceptional 

Children, 20:26-27. 
Annotated bibliography of recent studies in 

school law. Yearbook School Law, 107- 

114. 
Who does what in a citizens survey? School 

Executive, 75,3:58. 
Should laymen evaluate the school plant? 

Nation's Schools, 2i: 83-84. 

TRUMP, J. LLOYD, Professor 
Articles 

You and the public. III. Educ, 41:126-9 

(1952). 
E.xtraclass activities and the needs of youth, 

bibliog. f. Nat. Soc. Study of Education 

Yearbook, 52:160-79. (Part II) 
Eight million at our side. Phi Delta Kap- 

pan, 34:409-13. 
Scope and nature of the problem, bibliog. f. 

In American Council on Education, 

Toward Unity in Educational Policy, pp. 

164-72. 

WEISS, JOHN N., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Summer orientation of prospective teachers 

of vocational agriculture. ///. Vocational 

Prog ress, 11,2:37 . 

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, BUREAU 

AUSUBEL, DAVID P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The nature of educational research. Educ. 
Theory, 5:314-320. 



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Al'SUBEL, DAVID P. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Qualitative characteristics in the learning 
process associated with anxiety. /. Abnortn. 
Soc. Psychol.. 48:537-547. 
Reviews 

Fantasy in childhood, by Audrey Davidson 
and Judith Fay. Progr. Educ, ii:61-62. 

CH.\RTERS, W. W., JR., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Social class analysis and the control of public 
education. Harvard Educ. Rev., 2i :26S-283. 

CORNELL, FRANCIS G., Professor 

Books 

With Dora E. Damrin 

A preliminary report on the development of 
a functional knowledge test battery for the 
measurement of proficiency of radar me- 
chanics. Research Bulletin 52-30, Human 
Resources Research Center, Lackland Air 
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. 29 pp. 
(Oct., 1952). 
With Eugene P. McLooiie 

The index of local economic ability in state 
school finance programs: a review of the 
theory and practice in the use of measures 
of local taxpaying ability based upon eco- 
nomic indexes. National Education Associa- 
tion, Washington, D. C. 63 pp. 
Articles 

Federal aid is a religious issue. School E.vec, 
72:47-49. 

Research emphasis is shifting to human as- 
pects of administration and organization. 
Nation's Schools, 51:69-72. 

Productive techniques in research. Phi Delta 
Kappan, 55:29-34. 

Financing local school districts: present assess- 
ment practices result in unfair distribution 
of state aid. Nat. Educ. Assn. J., 42:503- 
504. 
With Joe L. Saupe, Carl M. Lindvall 

.\n exploratory measurement of individualities 
of schools and classrooms. Btill. III. Coll. 
Educ, Bureau of Educational Research, 50, 
75. 71 pp. 
Reviews 

Action research to improve school practices, 
by Stephen M. Corey. Nation's Schools, 
52:85. 

CRONBACH, LEE J., Professor 

Articles 

Correlation between persons as a research 
tool. Pp. 376-388 in Psychotherapy, Theory 
and Research, ed. O. H. Mowrer. Ronald 
Press, New York. 

Comment on "Publication Problems." Atner. 
Psychologist, 8:242. 

Twenty-fifth annual meeting of the Midwest- 
ern Psychological Association. Amer. J. 
Psychol., .'i6:498-499. 

Proceedings of the twenty-fifth annual meet- 
ing of the Midwestern Psychological Asso- 
ciation. Amer. Psychol., 5:505-513. 

A consideration of information theory and 
utility theory as tools for psychometric 
problems. Technical Report No. 1, Contract 
N6ori-07146. 

Discussion in F. E. Hohn, "Some methods of 
comparing sociometric matrices." Technical 
Report No. 5, Contract N6ori-07135. 
With G. C. Gleser 

Assessing similarity between profiles. Psychol. 
Bull. 50:456-473. 



With ll'alter Hartiiiann, Betty Ehart 

Investigation of the character and properties 
of assumed similarity measures. Technical 
Report No. 7, Contract N6ori-07135. 
Reviews 

Dynamics of psychological testing, by Milton 
Gurvitz. /. Educ. Psychol., 44:185-187. 

Rorschach's test. III. Advances in interpre- 
tation, bv S. T. Beck. Psychol. Bull., 50: 
221-223. ■ 

Description of aptitude and achievement tests 
in terms of rotated factors, by John W. 
French. /. Educ. Psychol., ■^•/:249-251. 

Minnesota teacher attitude inventory, by 
Walter W. Cook and Carroll H. Leeds. In 
O. K. Buros, editor. The Fourth Mental 
Measurements Yearbook, Gryphon Press, 
Rutgers, N. J., 801 pp. 

GAGE, N. L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Accuracy of social perception and effectiveness 
in interpersonal relationships. /. Perscmality, 
22:128-141. 
Explorations in the understanding of others. 
Educ. Psxchol. Measurement, 13:14-26. 
With A. S. B'arr, B. V. Bechdolt, J. S. Orleans 
C. R. Pace, H. H. Remmers, D. G. Ryans 
Second report of the Committee on Criteria 
of Teacher Effectiveness. /. Educ. Res., 
';6:641-658. 
IVith Ralph V. Exiinc 

Social perception and effectiveness in discus- 
sion groups. Human Relations, (5:381-396. 

Reviews 

The inventory of personal-social relationships: 
general education series by Paul J. Brouwer 
and the staff of the Cooperative Study in 
General Education. Fourth Mental Meas- 
urements Yearbook, ed. O. K. Buros, pp. 
109-110. 

HASTINGS, J. THOMAS, Professor 
Reviews 

Introduction to testing and the use of test 
results in public schools, by Arthur E. 
Traxler. Elem. Sch. J., 5-^:53-54. 

Essential high school content battery, by David 
P. Harry and Walter N. Durost. Fourth 
Mental Measurements Yearbook, O. K. 
Buros, editor. Gryphon Press, Rutgers, 
N. J., pp. 24-25. 

Traxler silent reading test, by Arthur E. 
Traxler. Fourth Mental Measurements 
Yearbook, O. K. Buros, editor. Gryphon 
Press, Rutgers, N. J., pp. 597-598. 

HORWITZ, MURRAY, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The recall of interrupted group tasks, an 
experimental study of individual motivation 
in relation to group goals. In Group 
Dynamics : Research and Theory, Cart- 
wright, D. and Zander, A., editors. Row, 
Peterson and Co., pp. 361-86. 

The conceptual status of group dynamics. 
Rev. Educ. Res., 25:309-328. 
With R. r. Exiine, M. Goldman, F. J. Lee 

Motivational effects of alternative decision- 
making processes in groups. Univ. 111., 
Bur. Educ. Research, 77 jip. Multilithed. 
With Dorzvin Cartivright 

A projective method for tlie diagnosis of 
group properties. Human Rel., 6:397-410. 
With L. P. Bradford, D. Stock 

Tool kit : How to diagnose group problems. 
Adult Leadership, 2:12-19. 
With R. R. Blake, L. P. Bradford, D. Stock 

The dynamics of work groups. Adult Lead- 
ership, 2,7:1-33. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 27 



McCLURE, WILLIAM P., Professor and 
Director of lUireau of Educational 
Research 

Articles 

Administrative problems in reorganized school 

districts. Educ. Digest, 1S:\S-21. 
Financing special educational services through 

the intermediate (county) office. ///. School 

Board J., 20:171-175. 

Reviews 

Nature and needs of higher education, by 
Commission on Financing Higher Education, 
Association of American L^niversities. 
Educ. Theory, j:383-385. 

STEXDLER, CELIA B., Professor 
Books 

H'ith William E. Martin 

Child development: the process of growing up 

in society. Harcourt, Brace and Company, 

N. Y. 519 pp. 
Intergroup education in kindergarten-primary 

grades. MacMillan, N. Y. 151 pp. 

Articles 

H'ith Walter J. Moore 

Some research studies in education and in 
related disciplines which suggest good ele- 
mentary school practices. Chapter 12 in 
The American Elementary School, edited by 
Harold G. Shane. Thirteenth Yearbook of 
the John Uewey Society. Harper and 
Brothers, N. Y. pp. 251-281. 

With G. Wesley Sowards 

The content of early and middle childhood 
education. Rei\ Educ. Res., 2.^:151-162. 

With Glenn M. Blair 

Human development and skill development. 
Chapter 2 in Development of Skills Through 
the Social Studies, edited by Helen Mc- 
Cracken Carpenter, 1953 Yearbook of the 
National Council for the Social Studies. 
National Council for the Social Studies, 
Washington, D. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

COLEMAN, PAUL D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With M. D. Sirkis 

Crossed electron beam technique for display- 
ing short pulses. /. Appl. Physics, 24,7: 
952-953. 

FETT, G. H., Professor 

Articles 

With R. J. LaPlante 

Low reactance shunt. U. S. Patent 2,640,092, 
May 26. 
With C. L. Kang 

Metrization of phase space and nonlinear 
servo systems. /. Appl. Physics, 2Tf:38-41. 

FRY. WILLIAM J., Research Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Action of ultrasound on nerve tissue — a 

review. /. Acous. Soc. Amer., 25:1-5. 
Brain surgery by sound. Oi\'R Research 
Reviews, 23-26, March. 
With R. B. Fry 

Temperature changes produced in tissue dur- 
ing ultrasonic irradiation. /. Acous. Soc. 
Amer., 25:6-11. 

GILDEN, MEYER, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Guided wave propagation through ferrites 

and electron gases in magnetic fields. 

Convention Record J.R.E., 58-64. 



GOLDSTEIN, L., Professor 
Articles 

IVith J. Etter, M. Gilden 
Guided wave propagation through ferrites and 
electron gases in magnetic fields. Conven- 
tion Record I.R.E., i0:58-64. 
With J. M. Anderson, G. L. Clark 

Interaction of microwaves propagated through 
a gaseous discharge plasma. Phys. Rev., 
90:151. 
Quenching of afterglow in gaseous discharge 
plasmas by low power microwaves. Phys. 
Rev., 90:486. 
With M. A. Lampert 

New linear passive nonreciprocal microwave 
circuit component. Proc. I.R.E., 41:295. 
Reprinted in Electrical Communication, 
Tune. 

HELM, M. STANLEY, Professor 
Articles 

With M. A. Faucett, Marvin Fisher, Jr. 

The effect of three-phase motor loads in re- 
ducing voltage flicker. Proc. Amer. Power 
Conf., i5:345-349. 

Effect of polyphase motors on the voltage 
regulation of circuits supplying three phase 
welder loads. Univ. III. Eng. E.vp. Sta. 
Bull. No. 418, 42 pp. 

HUDSON, PAUL K., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Advances in electronics, Vol. IV, by L. 
Marton. Proc. LR.E., 41:560. 

JORDAN, EDWARD C, Professor 
Articles 

With W. G. Albright, K. Toman 

Meteorological effects on VHF propagation. 
Trans. I.R.E., PGAP-4 :2Q-25, December, 
1952. 

Reviews 

The antenna problem (a review of three 
books) : Antennas — theory and practice, by 
Sergei A. Schelkunoff and Harold T. Friis; 
Advanced antenna theory, by Sergei A. 
Schelkunoff; Radio antenna engineering, by 
Edmund A. LaPort. Sci. Monthly, 76: 
310-311. 

KRAEHENBUEHL, J. O., Professor 
Articles 

Some answers to the future of illumination 
engineering. Ilium. Eng., 48, 9:495-497. 
Pointers in entering lighting competitions. 
Ilium. Eng., 58, 2:93-94. 

McLACHLAN, N. W., Professor 
Books 

Complex variable theory and transform calcu- 
lus, 2nd ed. Cambridge University Press. 

McVAY, MILLARD S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. D. Ryder 

A thermocouple audio-frequency wattmeter. 
Radio-Electronic Edition of Radio and Tele- 
vision News, 49, 2:6-7, 20. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES E., Research Assistant 
Professor 
See Digital Computer Laboratory, p. 21. 

SHEN, DAVID WEI-CHI, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. N. G. Broadbent 

Irrational functional dyadies in the three- 
phase transmission lines. Matrix and Ten- 
sor Quarterly, 3, No. 4. 



28 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



SHEN. DAVID WEI-CHI (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Synthesis of uniform transmission line. Elec- 
tronic Eng., 25:287-9. 
Analysis of partly symmetrical machines by 
means of unitary transformation. /. Frank- 
lin Institute, 254■A7^-^9,6. (Dec. 1952). 
Reviews 

Tensor analysis, theory and application, by 
1. S. Sokalnikoflf. /. Inst. Engineers, Aus- 
tralia, 24, 9:192. (September, 1952). 

\OX FOERSTER, HEINZ, Professor 
Books 

Cybernetics. Circular causal and feedback 
mechanisms in biological and social systems. 
Josiah Macy Foundation, \. Y., 265 pp. 
Articles 

With Murrey L. Babcock, Dcniald F. Holshouser 
Diode characteristic of a hollow cathode. Ph\s. 
Rev., 9i:755. 

WAINWRIGHT, RAY M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Cable system design for cathodic protection 

rectifiers. Corrosion, 9, 9:325-328. 
Economic aspects of cathodic protection. Cor- 
rosion, 9, 2:51-55. 

WAX, NELSON, Professor 
Articles 

Space charge requirements in some ideally 
focused electron-optical systems. /. Appl. 
Physics, 24:727-730. 

ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION 

EVERITT, WILLIAM L., Dean 
Books edited 

Recurrent electrical transients. Von Tersch 
and Swago, Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y., 
399 pp. 

Industrial Electronic Engineering. Davis and 
Weed, Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y., 514 pp. 

Information Theory. Stanford Goldman, Pren- 
tice-Hall, Inc., N.Y., 385 pp. 

Principles of Automatic Controls. Floyd E. 
Nixon, Prentice-Hall, Inc., N.Y., 409 pp. 
Articles 

Radio: founder of a dynasty. Centennial of 
Engineering, 1852-1952, pp. 760-68. 

Radio, founder of a dynasty. Midwest Engi- 
neer, 5-6, 18-21. 

What are contemporary demands on engineer- 
ing curricula? ASEE J., pp. 294-297. 

Let us re-define electronics. Proc. Inst. Radio 
Engineers, Australia, 14, 1:8. 

Current problems in engineering education. 
Proc. 8th Annual Nat. Conf. Higher Educ, 
Chicago, pp. 179-185. 
With Grant Fairbanks, R. P. Jaeger 

Method for time or frequency compression ■ — 
expansion of speech. Convention Record 
IRE, 1953 National Convention, Part 8 — 
Information Theory, pp. 120-124. 

LATIMER, MARGARET K., Assistant Editor 
Articles 

Sir Augustus J. Foster in Maryland. Mary- 
land Historical Magazine, 42:283-296. Dec, 
1952. 

MARTIN, ROSS J., Associate Director 
Articles 

With W. .S". Harris 

Heat supplied to I-B-R research home from 
the inside chimney. Univ. III. Eng. Exp. 
Sta. Bull. Series No. 407, 50:1-47. 



MILLER, WENDELL E., Assistant Dean 

Articles 

With S. H. Pierce 

F"uture demands in engineering. Technograph, 
69, 1:48. 

PIERCE, STANLEY H., Associate Dean 
Articles 

With W. E. Miller 

F'uture demands in engineering. Tcchnoaraph, 
69, 1:48. 

ROBERTS, HOWARD C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Instrumentation activities at the University 
of Illino!.s. Proc. 1953 Nat. Industry-Gov- 
ernnient-Collegiate Conf. cm Instrttmenta- 
tion, 1:66-74. 
High-stability strain gage circuitry. Proc. 
Instrument Soc. Amer., 8. 
With G. R. Peirce 

Precision conductivity bridge: design and con- 
struction. Proc. Instrume7it Soc. Amer., 8. 



ENGLISH 

CAMPBELL, JACKSON, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Judith, by B. J. Timmer, /. Engl. Germ. 
Philol., 52:397-398. 

EVANS, GWYNNE B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The text of Dryden's Mac Flecknoe. Harvard 

Univ. Bull., 7:32-54. 
Thomas Nashe and the "Dram of Eale." 
Notes and Queries, 108:377-378. 

Reviews 

Dover Wilson's Henry VI, Parts I, II, & III. 

Shakespeare Quarterly, 4:84-92. 

FLANAGAN, JOHN T., Professor 
Books 

The American way. J. B. Wolters, Groningen, 

Holland. Volume IV, Groningen Studies in 

English. 66 pp. 
Articles 

Dr. Holmes selects American verse for an 

Anthology. J. Engl. Germ. Philol., 51:\92- 

195. (1952) 
Folklore in the novels of Conrad Richter. 

Midwest Folklore, 2:5-14. (1952) 
The Spoon River poet. Southwest Rei'., 38: 

226-237. 
A letter by George B. Merrick. Wis. Mag. 

Hist., 36:252-254. 
American literature in the decade of the 

1920's. Revue des Langues I'ivantes, 

(Brussels), i9:12-23. 
Reviews 

Dreamers of dreams, by Holbrook Jackson. 

/. Engl. Germ. Philol., 51:282-283. (1952) 
■Showboats: The history of an American in- 
stitution, by Philip Graham. Minnesota 

History, 2J:39-40. (1952) 
The literary history of Young America, by 

John StaiTord. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 51: 

608. (1952) 
American literature in the twentieth century, ■ 

by Heinrich Straumann. /. Engl. Germ. ■ 

Philol., 5i:609-610. (1952) ' 

From Main Street to Stockholm : Letters of 

Sinclair Lewis, edited by Harrison Smith. 

Minnesota History, 33:221-222. 
Some others and myself, by Ruth Suckow. 

Amer. Lit., 2.^:568-569. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 29 



Letters of Sherwood Anderson, edited by 
Howard Mumford Jones. Sout!i~vest Rev., 
,'5:xiv-xv, 350. 

The Savages of America, by Roy Harvey 
Pearce. Engl. Studies, 34 •.1-2. 

Moncure Conway, by Mary Elizabeth Burtis. 
/. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 5".' :588-589. 

Geschichte der Amerikanischen Literatur, von 
Henry Liideke. J. Enpl. Germ. Pliilol., 52: 
433-434. 

Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, edited by 
Luther S. Manfield and Howard P. Vin- 
cent. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 52:434-435. 

HERRICK, MARVIN T., Professor 
Reviews 

The pattern of tragicomedy in Beaumont and 

Fletcher by Eueene M. Waith. /. Engl. 

Germ. PhiloL, i2:580-S82. 

HOOK, J. N"., Professor 
Books 

With M. Hercberg, Florence Guild, R. Stevens 
Better English, Grades 11, 12. Ginn & Co., 
Boston. 470 and 464 pp. 
Articles 

Some of the best high-school poetry of 1952. 
///. Engl. Bull., 40, 4:1-32. 

MILLIGAX, BURTON A., Associate Professor 
Books 

Three Renaissance classics — The Prince, 
Utopia, and The Courtier. Charles Scrib- 
ner's Sons, N. Y. 624 pp. 

PARRY. JOHN T., Professor 
Articles 

The court poets of the Welsh Princes. Pub. 

Mod. Lang. Assn., 67:511-520. (1952) 
Arthur's Round Table and Bran the Blessed. 

Mod. Lang. Quart., 14:133. 
A bibliography of critical Arthurian literature 
for the year. Mod. Lang. Quart., 14:163- 
183. 

PAUL, SHERMAN. Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Resolution at Walden. Accent, 7j:101-113. 
Hemingway's symbols and mvths. Nezc Mexico 

Quart., 23:220-225. 
Hawthorne's ambiguities. Xew Mexico Quart., 
23:339-3-\2. 

Reviews 

Moncure Conway, 1832-1907, by Mary Eliza- 
beth Burtis. New England Quart., 26:128- 
129. 

The literary criticism of "Young America": 
a study in the relationship of politics and 
literature, 1837-1850, by John Stafford. 
Amer. Lit., 25:103-104. 

Walt Whitman, thinker and artist, by Arthur 
E. Briggs. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 52:278- 
279. 

The spirit above the dust: A study of Her- 
man Melville, by Ronald Mason. Ne'v Eng- 
land Quart., 26:276-278. 

Symbolism and American literature, by 
Charles Feidelson, Jr. Accent, 13:3,189-192. 

Emerson Handbook, by Frederic Ives Carpen- 
ter. Xeiv England Quart., 26:546-548. 

RAY, GORDON N., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Books 

The buried life: a study of the relation be- 
tween Thackeray's fiction and his personal 
history. Oxford University Press, Ix)ndon; 
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 
Mass. vi, 148 pp. (1952) 



U'itit Carl J. IVeber and John Carter 

Nineteenth century English books: some prob- 
lems in bibliography. University of Illinois 
Press, xiv. 88 pp. (1952) 
Articles 

The Bentley papers. The Library: Transac- 
tions of the English Bibliographical Society, 
Fifth Series, 7:178-200. (1952) 

The Tom Turner library. Book-Collector, 2: 
258-263. 

Seeing Dickens plain. I'irginia Quart erlv 
Rev., 20:297-302. 

Reviews 

Arnold Bennett, by Reginald Pound. Accent, 

13, 3:187-188. 
Leslie Stephen, by Noel Annan. Virginia 

Quart. Rev., 25:435-8. (1952) 
Nineteenth century fiction, by Michael Sadleir. 

Papers of the Bibliographical Society of 

America, 47:77-81. 
Necessary evil: the life of Jane Welsh Car- 

lyle, by Lawrence and Elizabeth Hanson. 

Sat. Rev.. 35:15. (1952) 
Thomas Carlyle, by Julian Symons. Sat. Rev., 

35:18-9. (1952) 

ROBINS, HARRY F., Instructor 
Articles 

How smart was Robinson Crusoe. PMLA, 67: 
782-789. (1952) 

ROGERS, ROBERT W., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

The art of sinking in poetry, edited by Edna 

Leake Steeves. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 52: 

422-424. 

SCOTT, ARTHUR L., Instructor 
Articles 

Mark Twain's revisions of The Innocents 

Abroad for the British Edition of 1872. 

Amer. Lit., 25:43-61. 
The Faulknerian sentence. Prairie Schooner, 

27:91-98. 
Mark Twain looks at Europe. South Atlantic 

Quart., 52:399-413. 
The Innocents Abroad revaluated. Western 

Humanities Rev., 7:215-223. 

SECORD. ARTHUR W., Professor 
Reviews 

Samuel Richardson: master printer, by Wil- 
liam M. Sale. Jr. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 

52:423-426. 

SHERBO, ARTHUR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Two additions to the Johnson Canon. /. Engl. 

Germ. PhiloL, 52:543-548. 
Conrad's Victory and Hamlet. N & Q, 19S: 

492-493. 
Samuel Johnson Impransus. JNL, 13, 2:12. 
The Mottoes to "Idlers" 88 and 101. JNL, 13, 
4:10-11. 
Reviews 

The contributions of John Nichols to Boswell's 
Life of Johnson, by Edward Hart. Ptibl. 
Mod. Lang. Assn., 67 (1952); Philological 
Quarterly, .^2:260-261. 

SMITH. ROLAND M., Professor 
Articles 

Shane O'Neill's Last Letter. /. Celtic Studies, 
2, 1:131-133. 

TUCKER, WILLIAM T., Instructor 
Articles 

Suggestions on research. Amer. Business 

Writing Assn. BuL, 17:12-14. 
Readers are ready to laugh. Amer. Business 
Writimi Assn. BuL, 18:8-10. 



30 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



WEEKS, FRANCIS W., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Better business communications, edited by 
Spcnner A. Larson. ABWA Bull., 17, 4: 
17. 
Effective business writing, by Cecil B. Wil- 
liams and John Ball. ABWA Bull., 17, 
4:18. 



ENTOMOLOGY 

BHA'ITACHAKYVA, P. K., Research 
Associate 

Articles 

With G. S. Fracnkcl, S. Friedman 

Function of carnitine. Fed. Pioc. i-':414- 
415. 

FRAENKEL, C. S., Professor 
Articles 

The nutritional requirements of insects for 
known and unknown vitamins. Trans. 9th 
Internat. Congr. Entomology, Amsterdam 
1951, vol. 1, 277-280 (1952). 
The nutritional value of green plants for 
insects. Trans. 9th Internat. Congr. Ento- 
mology, Amsterdam 1951, vol. 2, 90-100. 
Studies on the distribution of vitamin Bt 
(carnitine). Biol. Bull., 104:339-371. 
With H. E. Gray 

Fructomaltose, a recently discovered trisac- 
charide isolated from honeydew. Science, 
ii5:304-305. 
With S. Friedman, P. K. Blmttacharyya 

Function of carnitine. Fed. Proc. i2: 414- 
415. 
With V. J. Brookes 

The process by which the puparia of many 
species of flies become fixed to a substrate. 
Biol. Bull., 105:442-449. 

FRIEDMAN, S., Research Associate 
Articles 

With G. S. Fracnkel, P. K. BhattacJiaryya 
Function of carnitine. Fed. Proc, i2:414- 
415. 

HORSFALL, WILLIAM R., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Mosquitoes also resist lethal agents. Proc. 
N. C. States Br. Ent. Soc. Amer. 1953. 
With Alfred F. Borg 

Eggs of floodwater mosquitoes. II. Hatching 
stimulus. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 45. 

KEARNS, C. W., Professor 

Articles 

With J. Sternburg, E. Vinson 

Enzymatic dehydrochlorination of DDT by 

resistant flies. /. Econ. Entom., 46:513- 

515. 

MILUM, V. G., Professor 
Articles 

Observations on balled queens. Gleanings in 

Bee Culture, 81, 7:433. 
Anent soybean honey. 1952 Ann. Rpt. Iowa 

St. Apiarist, pp. 53-55. 
Some experiences with sulpha. 1952 Ann. 
Rpt. Iowa St. Apiarist, pp. 26-27. 

STERNBURG, J., Research Associate 
With Eddie B. Vinson, C. W. Reams 

Enzymatic dehydrochlorination of DDT by 

resistant flies. /. Econ. Entom., 46:S\3- 

515. 



EXTENSION DIVISION 

HUMES, JOHN F., Associate Professor 
of Industrial Psychology 

Articles 

Practical methods for understanding and in- 
fluencing people for safety: people are 
like this. Trans. Nat. Safetv Council, 15: 
79-81 (1952). 

MARSH, RICHARD R., Assistant Professor 
of Dairy Technology 

Articles 

Lady, look at that kitchen. Modern Hasp., 
81, 5:51-53. 



FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

CHANG, SZU S., Research Associate 

Articles 

I'Vith O. C. Johnsofi, F. A. Kummerow 

Volatile decomposition products of the oxi- 
dative polymers of ethyl linolenate. /. 
Am. Oil Cham. Soc, 30:3X7-320. 

With F. A. Kummerow, O. C. Johnson 

A possible relationship of the oxidative poly- 
mers of linoleic and linolenic acid to flavor 
reversion in soybean oil. 8th An. Soybean 
Oil Symposium, Proc. Nat. Soybean Proc- 
essors Ass7i. 

With F. A. Kum}neroiv 

The volatile decomposition products and the 
organoleptic characteristics of the oxidative 
polymers of ethyl linoleate. /. Am. Oil 
Chcm. Soc, 50:251-254. 
The isolation and characterization of the 
polymers formed during the auto-oxidation 
of ethyl linoleate. /. Am. Oil Chem. Soc, 
30:403-407. 

HERREID, ERNEST O., Professor 
Articles 

The effect of heating some dairy products in 
a small tube heat exchanger. Proc 13th 
Intern. Dairy Congress, 3:775. 
Variations by different technicians in esti- 
mating upper meniscus on the fat column 
of the Babcock test for milk. /. Assn. 
Off. Agr. Chemists, 36, 2, 183-185. 
With Z. J. Ordal, J. Tobias 

A study of milk pasteurization at high tem- 
peratures. /. Dairy Sci. id: 356-362. 
With J. Tobias 

Evaluation of the 2,4 dinitrophenylhydrazine 
test for vitamin C in milk. /. Dairv Sci., 
36:573. 

KUMMEROW, FRED A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A survey of institutions which offer training 
in fat and oil technology in the United 
States. /. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 30:3X3. 
With S. S. Chang 

Volatile decomposition products and the 
organoleptic characteristics of the oxidative 
polymers of ethyl linoleate. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc. 50:251-254. 
The isolation and characterization of the 
polymers formed during the autooxidation 
of ethyl linoleate. /. Am. Oil Chem. Soc, 
30:403-407. 
With O. C. Johnson, S. S. Chang 

Volatile decomposition products of the oxi- 
dative polymers of ethyl linolenate. /. 
Am. Oil Chem. Soc, 30:3X7-320. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 31 



A possible relationship of the oxidative poly- 
mers of linoleic and linolenic acid to 
flavor reversion in soybean oil. Stii An. 
Soybean Oil Symposiiint, Proc. Nat. Soy- 
bean Processors Assn. 

Reviews 

Chemistry of carbon compounds, Vol. II, 

Part A, Alicyclic Compounds bv E. H. 

Rodd. /. Am. Oil Chem. Soc, SO, 11. 26. 
Oreranic Synthesis, Vol. 32 by Richard T. 

Arnold. /. Am. Oil Chem. Soc, SO, 3. 27. 

NELSON, ALVIN I., Associate Professor 

Articles 

JCiV/i K. H. Hu 

Testing film bags for leaks, yiodein Pack- 
aging, 26,12:124-125,177. 

ORDAL, Z. JOHN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

inth E. O. Herreid, J. Tobias 

A study of milk pasteurization at high tem- 
peratures. /. Dairy Sci., 36:356-362. 

TOBIAS. JOSEPH, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

How to build a successful "Soft Serve" 
business. Ice Cream Tr. J., 49, 10:96, 
98 and 160. 
With E. O. Herreid, Z. John Ordal 

A study of milk pasteurization at high tem- 
peratures. /. Dairy Sci., 36:356-362. 

TRACY, PAUL H., Professor 
Articles 

Will the U.S. dairy industry prosper in the 
vears ahead? Ice Cream Trade J., 
49, 10:102. 
Survey shows what future holds for soft 
served frozen desserts. Quick Frozen 
Foods, 16,A:55. 

TUCKEY, S. L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With C. J. Honer 

A method for determination of lactose in 

milk by paper chromatography. /. Dairy 

Sci., i(5,l 1:1233-1240. 

WHITNEY, ROBERT M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. W. Whitman 

Catalytic activity of cysteine and related 

compounds in the iodine-azide reaction. 

Anal. Chem., 25:1523-1527. 



FORESTRY 

BOGGESS, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, 
Professor 

Articles 

Diameter growth of shortleaf pine and white 
oak during a dry season. III. Agr. Exp. 
Sta. Forestry Note 37. 
With F. W. McMillan 

Growth and second thinning yields in a 16- 
year-old shortleaf pine plantation in south- 
ern Illinois. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry 
Note 35. 
First thinning yields from a 15-year-old 
shortleaf pine plantation in southern Illi- 
nois. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note 36. 



CURTIN, THEODORE WILLIAM, Assistant 

Articles 

See Wayne L. Meek. 

LORENZ, RALPH WILLIAM, Associate 
Profes.sor 

Articles 

Growth of managed eastern white pine plan- 
tation in northern Illinois. Trans. III. 
Acad. Sci., 45:6\\-6\2. 1952. 
With J. N. Spaeth 

The growth of two hybrid pines tested in 
southern Illinois. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. 
Forestry Note 38. 

McMillan, fred Wallace, Assistant 

Articles 

See W. R. Boggess. 

MEEK, WAYNE LEWIS, First Assistant 

Articles 

With T. W. Curtin, C. S. Walters 

Ad interim report on Project 301-B, Pre- 
servative treatment of electric fence 
stakes. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry 
Note 32. 
Report on Project 301-A, Preservative treat- 
ment of fence posts by cold-soaking in 
pentachlorophenol-fuel oil solutions. ///. 
Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note 33. 
Report on project 301-C, Preservative treat- 
ment of fence posts with toxic oil solutions 
by cold-soaking, dipping, and brushing. ///. 
Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note 34. 

See also C. S. Walters. 

SPAETH, J. NELSON, Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

The behavior of oak wilt in Sinnissippi 

Forest. Trans. III. Acad. Sci., 45:37-39, 

1952. 
Sec also R. W. Lorenz. 

WALTERS, CHARLES SEBASTIAN, 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

The effects of solvent characteristics on the 

blooming of pentachloroplienol. /. Forestry 

Products Res. Soc, 5,4:61-66. 
Service-life calendar for forest products. 

///. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note 39. 
Used crankcase oil not recommended for 

preservative diluent. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. 

Forestry Note 42. 
The effects of copper naphthenate and penta- 
chloroplienol on livestock. Proc. Amer. 

Wood-Preservers' Assn., 45:302-311, 1952. 
With W. L. Meek 

Mechanical debarking causes exfoliation of 

exterior annual ring. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. 

Forestry Note 40. 
"Season" penta-treated posts. ///. Agr. Exp. 

Sta. Forestry Note 41. 
Reviews 

Wood preservation, by George M. Hunt and 

George A. Garratt. /. Forestry, 51,5: 

368. 
See also W. L. Meek. 



FRENCH 

KXUDSON, CHARLES A., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Reviews 

Les Origines des Chansons de Geste, by 

Italo Siciliano. Romance Philology, 7:95- 

99. 



32 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



KOLB, PHILIP, Associate Professor 
Books 

Marcel Proust: Correspondance avec sa 
m^re: 1887-1905. Lettres in6dites pre- 
sentees et annotees par Philip Kolb. Avec 
six illustrations hors texte. l^ibrairie Plon, 
Paris. 312 pp. 
Articles 

Loti et Proust. Cahiers Pierre Loti, no. 3, 
17-19. 

Marcel Proust et sa mere vus a travers 
leurs lettres. Bull, de la Societe des Amis 
de Marcel Proust et des Amis de Com- 
bray, 3. 97-102. 



GENERAL STUDIES, DIVISION OF 

BELL, C. RITCHIE, Instructor D.G.S. — 
Botany 

Articles 

IVitli Edward A. Steinhaus 

The effect of certain microorganisms and 
antibiotics on stored-grain insects. /. 
Econ. Entoni., -^d: 582-598. 

Reviews 

Flora of West Virginia, Part I., P. D. 
Strausbaugh and Earl L. Core. West Va. 
Univ. Bull., Ser. 52, Madrono 12:2. 

COSTIN, FRANK, Assistant Professor of 

Psychology 
Reviews 

Growth and culture: a photographic study 

of Balinese childhood, by Margaret Meade 

and Frances Cooke MacGregor. /. Edttc. 

Psychol., 44:316-217. 

HABBERTON, WILLIAM, Associate 

Professor of History 
Books 

IVith L. V. Roth 

Notebook for use with Man's Achievements 
through the Ages. Laidlaw Brothers, Chi- 
cago. 192 pp. 

JACKSON, FREDERICK, Assistant Professor 
of History 

Articles 

Simeon E. Baldwin: Father of the Ameri- 
can Bar Association. Amer. Bar. Assn. J., 
j9: 686-690. 

KUGLER, OTTO ERICH, Associate Professor 
of Zoology 

Articles 

Histochemical localization of alkaline phos- 
phatase and nucleic acids in the oocytes 
of the bluegill, Leponiis machochirus (Rafi- 
nesque). /. Histochem. Cvtochem., 1:296- 
304. 

McCRIMMON, JAMES M., Associate 

Professor of Humanities 
Reviews 

Manhood of humanity, by Alfred Korzybski. 
Scripta Mathematica, 18:275-277. 

MORRELL. WILLIAM E., Associate 

Professor of Physical Sciences 
Articles 

Laboratory work in a physical science 
course. /. Chem. Educ, JO, 80-82. 
Reviews 

Laboratory manual for first year college 
chemistry, by John W. Barker and Paul 
K. Glasoe. /. Chem. Edtic, JO, 48. 



Smith's Introductory College Chemistry, by 
William F. Ehret. /. Chem. Educ, 30, 
101-102. 

PUGH, ROBERT C, Assistant Professor 
of History 

Reviews 

America rebels: narratives of the patriots, 
by Richard M. Dorson. N. C. Hist. Re- 
view, 30,4:601. 

WHITE, JOHN A., Instructor in Biological 
Sciences 

Articles 

Genera and subgenera of chipmunks. Univ. 

Kansas Piibl. Mus. Nat. Hist., 5:543-561. 
Taxonomy of the chipmunks, Eutamias quad- 

rivittatus and Eutamias umbrinus. Unii\ 

Ka7isas Publ. Mus. Nat. Hist., 5:563-582. 
Geographic distribution and taxonomy of 

the chipmunks of Wyoming. Univ. Kansas 

Publ. Mus. Nat. Hist., 5:583-610. 
The baculum in the chipmunks of western 

North America. Univ. Kansas Publ. Mus. 

Nat. Hist., 5:611-631. 



GEOGRAPHY 

ALEXANDER. CHARLES S., Instructor 
Articles 

The marine and stream terraces of the 

Capitola-Watsonville Area. Univ. Calif. 

Pub. Gcog., 70:1-44. 

BOOTH, ALFRED W., Professor 
Articles 

Continental Asia. School and Library Atlas 
of the World. Geog. Pub. Co., DeKalb. 

DAVIES, IVOR, University Fellow 
Articles 

Urban farming; a study of the agriculture 

of the city of Birmingham. Geography, 

38; 182. Part 4:296-303. 

DAY, RICHARD L., Assistant 
Articles 

Weather extremes in Florida during 1950- 
1951. Quart. J. Florida Acad. Sci., 16: 
102-110. 
The geographical distribution of wildlife in 
Maine. Bull. Maine Audubon Soc, 9:54- 
62. 

FELLMANN, JEROME D., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 
School and Library Atlas of the World. 
Geog. Pub. Co., DeKalb. 
Reviews 

The location of economic activity, by Edgar 
M. Hoover. Die Erde; Zeitschrift der 
Gesellschaft fur Erdkunde zu Berlin, No. 
2, 1953:174-176. 

La Ville, by Pierre George. Bull. Geog. 
Map Div. Spec. Lib. Assn., 14:12. 

The Domesday geography of eastern Eng- 
land, by H. C. Darby. Bull. Geog. Map 
Div. Spec. Lib. Assn., 14:12. 

FOSTER, FRED W., Professor 
Books edited 

School and library atlas of the world. Geog. 
Pub. Co., DeKalb. 324 pp. 



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ROEPKE, HOWARD G., Instructor 

Articles 

With Donald Pctterson 

Facilities for geographic researcli in London. 
Prof. Geog., 5, 4:9-12. 
Reviews 

The tropical world, by Pierre Gourou. Bull. 

Ccog. Mal^ Diz: Spec. Lib. Assn., 14:13. 

Asia and the West, by Maurice Zinkin. Bull. 

Gcog. Map Div. Spec. Lib. Assn., 14: 

13-14. 



GEOLOGY 

CHAPMAN, CARLETON A., Professor 

Books 

Geology of the Sunapee quadrangle, New 
Hampshire. New Hampshire State Plan- 
ning and Development Commission, Con- 
cord, N. H. 32 pp. 

Articles 

Cauldron subsidence at Mount Desert Island, 

Maine. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer., 64:1406- 

1407. 
The problem of inverted metamorphic zones 

in Western New Hampshire. Trans. III. 

Acad. Sci., -^(5: 115-123. 

FAIRBRIDGE, RHODES W., Visiting 

Associate Professor 
Books 

Australian stratigraphy. Perth (Univ. of 
Western Australia Textbook Board), 400 
pp. 
Articles 
With Curt Teichert 

Soil horizons and marine bands in the 
coastal limestone of Western Australia. 
/. Roy. Soc. New South Wales, 5(5:68-87. 
The Sahul shelf, Northern Australia — Its 
structure and geological relationships. /. 
Roy. Soc. Western Australia, 57:1-33. 
Australia in the Indian Ocean? Walkabout 
(Aust. Gcogr. Mag.), i9: 10-11. 
With E. D. Gill 

Research on eustatic sea-levels in Australia 
and New Zealand. Rept. Aust. New Zea- 
land Assoc. Adv. Sci. (Sydney, 1952), 29: 
333-340. 

FOLEY, FRANK C, Research Professor 

Articles 

With W. C. Walton and W. J. Drescher 
Ground-water conditions in the Milwaukee- 
Waukesha Area, Wisconsin. U. S. Geol. 
Surv. Water Supply Paper 1229. 

GRIM, RALPH E., Research Professor 
Books 

Clay mineralogy. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
X. y. 384 pp. 

HAGNER, ARTHUR F.. Professor 
Articles 

Mineral deposits of the Laramie Range, 
Wyoming. Wyo. Geol. Assn. 8th Ann. 
Field Conference. 

HENDERSON, DONALD M., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Mineralogy. World Book Encyclopedia, 1953 
Annual Supplement, p. 160. 



HOUGH. JACK L., Professor 
Articles 

Pleistocene chronology of the Great Lakes 

Region. Final report on the project, 

Office of Naval Research-University of 

Illinois Contract No. N6ori-07133, Mimeo. 

Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, 108 pp. 
Pleistocene climatic record in a Pacific 

Ocean core sample. /. Geol., (57:252-262. 
Revision of the Nipissing stage of the Great 

Lakes. Trans. III. Acad. Sci., ^(5:133-141. 
Reviews 

Sedimentary petrography by H. B. Milner. 

/. Sediment. Petrol., 23:139. 
Minerals and the microscope by H. G. Smith. 

J. Sediment. Petrol., 23:139. 
Practical microscopy by L. C. Martin and 

B. K. Johnson. /. Sediment. Petrol., 

25:140. 

JOHNS, WILLIAM D., Research Assistant 
Articles 

High-temperature phase changes in kaolinites. 

Mineralogical Mag., 50:186-198. 
Ceramic materials from magnesium-treated 
clays. Trans. III. Acad. Sci., -^6:165-168. 

MERRILL, WILLIAM M., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Pleistocene historv of a part of the Hocking 
River Vallev, Ohio. Ohio J. Sci.. 55:143- 

158. 

SHEPPS, VINCENT C, Research Assistant 
Articles 

Correlation of the tills of northeastern Ohio 
by size analysis. /. Sediment. Petrol., 23: 

34-48. 

WANLESS, HAROLD R., Professor 

Articles 

Evidence of eustatic shifts in sea level in 
the Pennsylvanian of the southwestern 
United States. Tulsa Geol. Soc. Digest, 
20:65-69. (1952). 
Development of methods and materials for 
teaching photogeologic interpretation in 
selected papers on photogeology and 
photointerpretation. Comm. on Geophysics 
and Geography, Research and Development 
Board, Washington, pp. 163-205, 36 figs. 

Reviews 

Field geology by F. H. Lahee, 5th ed. 
Amer. Assn. Petroleum Geologists Bull., 
57:1084-1086. 

WHITE, GEORGE W., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

Discontinuities in till sheets (abstract). Bull. 
Geol. Soc. Amer., 63:1312 (1952). 
M^ith Vincent C. Shepps 

Characteristics of Wisconsin tills in north- 
eastern Ohio (abstract). Bxill. Geol. Soc. 
Amer., (55:1388 (1952). 
Sangamon soil and early Wisconsin loesses 
at Cleveland, Ohio. Amer. J. Sci., 251: 
362-368. 
Water bearing character of the glacial de- 
posits of Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Chapter 
in Ground Water Resources of Cuyahoga 
County, Ohio Division of Water Bull. 52. 
Early American Geology. Sci. Monthly, 76: 

134-141. 
Geological observations of Captain John 
Smith in 1607-1614. Trans. III. Acad. 
Sci., 46:124-132. 



34 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



WHITE, GEORGE W. (continued) 
Reviews 

Geological survey of Great Britain, by Sir 

Edward Bailey. /. Geol., di: 285-286. 

GERMAN 

BANTA, FRANK G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Die Kaffeestunde. German Quarterly, 26: 
345-347. 
Reviews 

Etymologisches Worterbuch der deutschen 
Sprache, by Friedrich Kluge and Alfred 
Gotze. /. Eng. Germ. PhiloL, 52:101-102. 

FREY, JOHN R., Professor 
Articles 

Socialist realism in East Germany. German 
Quarterly, 2(5:272-278. 

JEHLE, MIMI I., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

German language summer courses. Ameri- 
can-German Rev., iP, 4: 17-18. 

NOCK, FRANCIS J., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

German pronunciation and phonology, by 
Jethro Bithell. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 52: 
102-105. 

PHILIPPSON. ERNST A., Professor 
Books 

Die Genealogie der Gotter in Germanischer 
Religion, Mythologie und Theologie. Uni- 
versity of Illinois Press, Urbana. ix, 94 
pp. 
Articles 

Georg Baesecke und die althochdeutsche 
Literaturgeschichte. Monatshefte, 45:12-24. 
Reviews 

Goten, Nordgermanen, Angelsachsen, von 
Ernst Schwarz. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 
52:242-249. 

Deutsche Philologie. Eine Einfiihrung in ihr 
Stadium, von Friedrich von der Leyen. 
/. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 52:385-386. 

Germanische Altertumskunde, von Hermann 
Schneider u.a. Germanic Rev., 28:209- 
210. 

Die Welt der Marchen. Band I, von Fried- 
rich von der Leyen. /. Engl. Germ. 
PhiloL. 52:572-573. 

Die Sage von Heinrich dem Lowen, von 
Karl Hoppe. /. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 52: 
574-575. 

REHDER, HELMUT, Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 

Johann Nicolaus Meinhard und seine Uber- 
setzungen. University of Illinois Press, 
Urbana, Illinois. 92 pp. 

SCHUMANN, DETLEV W., Professor 
Articles 

Franzosische Emigranten in Schleswig-Hol- 
stein. Nordelbingen. 2i: 121-149. 

GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, 
INSTITUTE OF 

DANGERFIELD, ROYDEN, Professor of 

Political Science and Director 
Books 

The New Japan. Foreign Policy Association 
(Headline Series, No. 102) N.Y., 65 pp. 



Articles 

The political outlook in Japan. Foreign 
Policy Bull., i2,8:5-8. 

GOVE, SAMUEL K.. Research Associate 
Books 

State government insurance practices in Illi- 
nois. Institute of Government and Public 
Affairs, Urbana. 41 pp. (mimeo). 
State and local government in Illinois: a 
bibliography. Institute of Government and 
Public Affairs, Urbana. S3 pp. (mimeo). 
Illinois state personnel administration: a 
general view. Bull. III. Legislative Coun- 
cil, No. 2-008. 32 pp. 
Articles 

A county executive officer. Local Govt. 

Notes, No. 43, 6 pp. 
Reorganization in Illinois. Nat. Municipal 
Rev., -^2:502-506 

KRAUSZ, NORMAN G. P., Research 

Associate 
Books 
With H. IV. Hannah 

Cases on agricultural law. U. I. College of 
Agriculture, Urbana, 186 pp. 
Articles 
With A. N. Nelson, E. L. Maynard 

Illinois statutory tax limits. Illinois Depart- 
ment of Revenue. 
Transfer of farm property — inheritance and 
related tax problems. ///. Farm Econ., 212 : 
1447-1450. 
Town meeting in April. Local Govt. Notes, 
No. 39, 4 pp. 
With H. W. Hannah 

Compensation for private property taken by 
the public. Local Govt. Notes, No. 41, 6 pp. 
With Donald Storm 

New legislation affecting counties and town- 
ships. Local Govt. Notes, No. 42, 8 pp. 

PAGE, THOMAS, Research Assistant Professor 
Books 

Cost of state government in Illinois and nine 
other states, 1941-1951. Institute of Govt, 
and Pub. Affrs., Urbana, 60 pp. (Mimeo). 

STEINER, GILBERT Y., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Books 
With Jack Isakoff 

Illinois municiiial revenue. Institute of Govt, 
and Pub. Affairs, Urbana. xv + 213 pp. 
(Mimeo). 
Chicago Sanitary District. Illinois Legislative 
Council, Monograph, No. 114, 34 pp. 

Articles 

Municipal ta.x referenda and the political proc- 
ess. Cur. Econ. Comment, -Z5:3-14. 

HEALTH SERVICE 

MORRIS, DONALD PETER, Professor of 
Psychiatry and Mental Health 

Articles 

With Eleanor Soroker 

A follow-up study of a guidance clinic waiting 
list. Ment. Hyg. 32, 1:84-88. 

HISTORY 

BESTOR, ARTHUR E., JR.. Professor 

Books 

Educational wastelands: the retreat from 
learning in our public schools. University 
of Illinois Press, Urbana. vii -|- 226 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 35 



Education for 1984. Foundation for Economic 
Education, Irvington-on-Hudson, N.V. 19 pp. 

Articles 

The transformation of American scholarship, 
1875-1917. Lib. Quarterly, 2j:164-179. 
(Also published in Pierce Butler, ed., "Li- 
brarians, Scholars and Jiooksellers at Mid- 
Centurv," University of Chicago Press, 
pp. 8-23.) 

Patent-office, models of the good society: 
and westward expansion. Anier. Hist. Rev., 
some relationships between social reform 
55:505-526. 

A modest proposal on dishonesty. AV-c Re- 
tublic, 129, 20:11-13. 

Reply to "A Scholar's Documents." Bull. Nat. 
Assn. Sccottdary-School Principals. 37, 198: 
159-168. 

On the education and certification of teach- 
ers. School and Society, 7S:81-87. 

Education's open door to tyranny. Christian 
Register, 1S2, 3:11-14. 

Resolutions concerning public education. 
School and Society, 77:68-70. 

Anti-intellectualism in the schools. Neiv 
Republic, 12S, 3:11-13. 

"Life-adjustment" education: a critique. 
Amer. Assn. Univ. Professors Bull., 38: 
413-441. 

Reviews 

Jefferson on trial (review of Thomas Jeffer- 
son, Papers, ed. by J. P. Boyd, vol. 6; and 
The Jeffersonian Heritage, ed. by Dumas 
Malone). Progressive, 17, 10:35-36. 

Searchers for Utopia (review of The People 
Called Shakers, by E. D. Andrews). Satur- 
day Rev., 36, 42:33, 47-48. 

CURRENT, RICHARD N., Professor 
Articles 

How Stimson meant to "maneuver" the Japa- 
nese. Miss. Val. Hist. Rev., 60:67-7 A. 

Reviews 

The world of Eli Whitney, by Jeannette 

Mirsky and Allan Nevins. Progressive, 17, 

3:39. 
Reporters for the Union, by Bernard A. 

Weisberger. Saturday Rev., August 29, 

p. 19. 

ERICKSON, EDGAR L., Professor 

Books edited 

British House of Commons Sessional Papers, 
1895-1900, 522 vols. Readex Microprint Cor- 
poration, Chester, Vt., Approx. 365,000 pp.; 
1805-1819/20, 53 vols., approx. 37,100 pp. 

Articles 

The sessional papers. Library J., 78, 1:13-17. 

General program of the Committee on Docu- 
mentary Reproduction, American Historical 
Association. College and Res. Lib., July, 
pp. 304-307. 

Report of the Committee on Documentary Re- 
production, 1951 (with checklists of his- 
torical source materials microfilmed for the 
Committee and the Library of Congress in 
France, Italy, and Greece). Annual Report 
Amer. Hist. Assn., 1951. i:39-55. 

FERGUSON, E. JAMES, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Currency finance: a reinterpretation of co- 
lonial paper money. William and Mary 
Quarterly, April, 1953. 

Reviews 

Gentlemen freeholders; political practices in 
Washington's Virginia, by Charles Sydnor. 
Maryland Hist. Quarterly, April, 1953. 



RODKEV, FREDERICK S., Professor 

Reviews 

Russia: a history and an interpretation, 2 
vols., by Michael Florinsky. Chicago Trib- 
une, Oct. 4, 1953. 

SHANNON, FRED A., Professor 
Reviews 

Ersatz in the confederacy, by Marv Elizabeth 

Massey. /. Econ. Hist. ij:330-331. 
Financial history of the United States, by 

Paul Studenski and Herman E. Krooss. 

.4mer. .4cad. of Pol. Soc. Set., Annals, 283: 

204. 
Life of Charlemagne Tower, by Hal Bridges. 

Pa. Hist., 20:308-309. 

SIRICH, JOHN B.. Associate Professor 
Reviews 

The Queen's Invalid, a life of Paul Scarron, 
by Naomi F. Phelps. Amer. Hist. Rev., Jan. 
1953:432-33. 

STARR, CHESTER G., Professor 
Books 

The emergence of Rome as ruler of the 
western world. Cornell University Press, 
Ithaca, N.Y. (2d edition), viii + 122 pp. 
Reviews 

U. S. Armv in World War I, vols. V-X. 
Miss. Valley Hist. Rev., 39:576-577. 

Theodosian Code, trans, by Clyde Pharr. 
Class. J., 48:232-233. 

Zur Rekrutierung der Alen und Kohorten, by 
Konrad Kraft. Class. J. 49:47. 

STEARNS, RAYMOND PHINEAS, Professor 
Articles 

James Petiver, promoter of natural science. 
Proc. Amer. Antiquarian Soc, October, 
1952, 243-365. 

Reviews 

Selections from Bayle's Dictionary, by E. A. 
Beller and M. duP. Lee, Jr. (eds.), Am. 
Hist. Rev., 59, 1:173-174. 

Scientists and amateurs: A history of the 
Royal Society of London, by Dorothy Stim- 
son. Bull. Hist. Medicine, 26, 4:723-725. 

SUTTON, ROBERT M., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The railroads of the confederacy, bv Robert 

C. Black III. /. Southern Hist. 19, 2:246- 

248. 

SWAIN, J. W., Professor 
Reviews 

Race relations in ancient Egypt, by S. Davis. 

Amer. Hist. Rev., 55:413-414. 
A history of science, by George .'^arton. 

Amer. Hist. Rev., 55:585-586. 
Ancient Sparta, by K. M. T. Chrimes. Satur- 
day Rev., Oct. 10, 1953, 26-27. 

TEMPLE, WAYNE C, Assistant 
Articles 

With Harry E. Pratt 
James Garfield Randall 1881-1953. J. 111. S. 
Hist. Soc, 46:U9-\3\. 

Reviews 

Grant and his generals, by Clarence Edward 
Macartney. /. ///. S. Hist. Soc, 46:32A-325. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

BAKER, MYRA L., Instructor 
Articles 

Skirts girls wear. What's New in Home 
Econ., 17, 2:72-83. 



36 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



JANSSEN, PEARL Z., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Recipe construction. /. Atner. Diet. Assn. 
29:125-130. 

McCULLOUGH, HELEN E., Assistant Pro- 
fessor 
Articles 

Housing research methodology. /. Home Econ., 
•?5:S71-574. 

Household storage units. Small Homes Coun- 
cil Circ. CS.l, 12 pp. 

Housing and household equipment research 
in home economics, 1925-19S0. 111. Agr. 
E.vp. Sta. Circ. 712, 56 pp. 

VAX DUYNE, FRANCES O., Professor 

Articles 

IVitli I'irginia R. Charles 

Effect of freezing and freezer storage upon 
quality of baked rolls, brown and serve 
rolls, and shaped roll dough. Food Tech., 
7:208-211. 

WHITESEL, RITTA, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

New contour unit designed for modern cloth- 
ing laboratory. What's New in Home Econ., 
17:78-29, 210, 222. 



HORTICULTURE 

ANDERSON, H. W., Professor 
Articles 

Spring cankers or "black tip" of peach trees. 

Plant Disease Reporter, 37:16-17. 
Control of bacterial spot of peach. Trans. III. 
Hort. Soc, 56:218-228. 1952. 
With A. Adam, D. Powell 

Origin of peach bacterial spot spring cankers. 
Phytopathology, 4J:465. 

ARNOLD, C. Y., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Phosphorus requirements of transplanted to- 
matoes on heavy soils. Soil Science, 76 : 
405-419. 

BARRETT, H. C, First Assistant 

Articles 

A large-scale method of inoculating grapes 
with the black rot organism. Plant Disease 
Reporter, i7:159. 

With Torn Arisumi 

Effect of vermiculite in induciiig fibrous roots 
on tap-rooting tree seedlings. 43rd Annual 
Report of the Northern Nut Growers Asso- 
ciation, 131-132. 1952. 

BEMIS, W. P., First Assistant 

Articles 

With W. A. Huelsen 

Reconstitution of moisture in popcorn by 

steam blanching. Food Technology, 7(10): 

415-419. 
With G. B. Wilson 

A new hypothesis explaining the genetics of 

sex determination in Spinacia oleracea L. 

/. Heredity, 44, 3:90-95. 

COLBY, A. S., Professor 

Articles 

With H. L. Boll 

Plentiful, a new strawberry variety. Fruit 

Varieties and Horticultural Digest, Vol. 7. 

March. 



Purple Autumn, a new raspberry variety. 
Fruit Varieties and Horticultural Digest, 
Vol. 8. Summer. 

FOSLER, C. M., Instructor 
Articles 

Seed germination made easy. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. Bui, 749:10-11. 
Sansevierias. ///. State Florists' Assoc. Bui. 

151:8-10. 
Pedilanthus tithymaloides. ///. State Florists' 

Assoc. Bui. 152:8-9. 
Color splashes — for your winter windows. 

Farm Journal, Dec, 90-91. 

GOTTLIEB, DAVID, Professor 
Articles 

The physiology of the Actinomycetes. Sym- 
posium Actinomycetales. 6th International 
Microbiological Congress, 1953, 122-13C. 
With Marvin Legator 

The dynamics of Chloramphenicol synthesis. 
Antibiotics and Chemotherapy, j:8:809-817. 
The growth and metabolic behavior of Strep- 
tomvces I'enesuelae in liquid culture. My- 
colo'gia, XLI':4: 507-5 15. 
With John Ehrlich, Lucia E. Anderson, George 
L. Coffey 
Strcptomyces venesuelae: soils studies. Anti- 
biotics and Chemotherapy, 2:11:595-596. 
1952. 
Streptomyces vene~uelae: further soil studies. 
Antibiotics and Chemotherapy, j:11:1141- 
1148. 

HUELSEX, W. A., Professor 

Articles 

With W. P. Bemis 

Reconstitution of moisture in popcorn by 

steam blanching. Food Technology, 7, 10: 
415-419. 
With A. E. Thompson 

Artificial drying of popcorn in relation to pop- 
ping expansion. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. 
Sci., 60:341-350. 1952. 

KELLEY. V. W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Effect of potash deficiency on the mortality of 
the Elberta peach during the winter of 
1950-1951. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 86:181- 
184. 1952. 
Results of the 1952 chemical peach thinning 
tests. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 56:228-231. 
1952. 

KEMMERER, H. R., Instructor 
Articles 

Pruning narrowleaf evergreens. Circ. III. 

Coll. of Agr. 708. 8 pp. 

LINN, M. B., Professor 
With Louis Beraha 

Studies on Verticelliuin albo-atrum isolated 
from pepper and eggplant (abstract). Phy- 
topathology, 4i:406. 
With R. M. Takeshita 

Possible means of over-wintering of the horse- 
radish white-rust fungus, albugo Candida 
(abstract). Phytopathology, 43:A8S. 

LOTT, R. v.. Professor 

Articles 

Effects of 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxypropionic acid 
sprays on the fruits of important Illinois 
apple varieties. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 86 : 
37-44. 1952. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 37 



Some effects of temperature upon the develop- 
ment, maturation, and ripening of apples 
and peaches. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 56:209- 
218. 1952. 

Major factors in the development, maturation, 
and ripening of apples. Trans. III. Hort. 
Soc, 5(5:254-268. 1952. 

The place of pruning in the apple industry. 
Trans. III. Hort. Soc, S6:279-2S5. 1952. 

McCOLLUM, J. P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Factors affecting cotyledonal cracking during 
the germination of beans (Phaseohis vul- 
garis). Plant Physiology, 28:267-274. 
A rapid method for determining iota caro- 
tenoids and carotene in tomatoes. Proc. 
.4mcr. Soc. Hort. Sci., (5i:431-433. 

McDAXIEL, J. C. Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Suggested blooming date to be recorded for 
nut tree varieties. 4Srd Annual Rcf^ort of 
the Northern Nut Groivers Association, 148- 
149. 1952. 

MOWRY, J. B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The Illinois Horticultural Experiment Station. 

Fruit Varieties and Horticultural Digest 

5:18. 

POWELL, DWIGHT, Professor 
Articles 

An evaluation of the organic fungicides for 
fruit disease control. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 
56:33-37. 1952. 
IV'ith Louis BeraJia 

The vapor phase toxicity of some biphenyl 
derivatives to Monilinia fructicola. Phyto- 
pathology, ■^->:383-386. 

SIMONS, R. K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A progress report on soil moisture in relation 
to apple and peach production. Trans. III. 
Hort. Soc, 56:55-66. 1952. 
The season of 1952 weather summary for 
fruit producing regions. Trans. III. Hort. 
Soc, 56:25-26. 1952. 
Orchard sod management. Western Fruit 
Grower, 7:7, 36. 
With A. L. Ken-uorthy 

The influence of the intensity of nutrition 
upon nutrient-element interrelationships. 
Jour. Article No. 1542 of the Michigan 
Agricultural Experiment Statioti. 

THOMPSON, A. E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. A. Huelsen 

Artificial drying of popcorn in relation to 

popping expansion. Proc Amer. Soc. Hort. 

Sci., 60:341-350. 1952. 

THORNBERRY, H. H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With A. E. V alter, Donald Hickman 

Virus-like particles from some plants having 

symptoms of virus diseases. Phytopathology, 

43:486. 
With B. Roger Ray 
Wilt-inducing protein-like pigment from 

Armillaria mellea (Vahl.) Quel, isolated 

from peach roots. Phytopathology, 43:486. 

TITUS, J. S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Progress report on fruit tree nutrition studies 
in Illinois. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 86:66-72. 
1952. 



ll'ith Damon Boynton 

The relationship between soil analysis and leaf 
analysis in eighty New York Mcintosh 
apple orchards. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci., 

61:2-26. 



JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS, 
SCHOOL OF 

BROWN, DONALD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Five keys to better TV news shows. Broad- 
casting-Telecasting, 45,7 :94-96. 
Yearbook survey results available. High School 
Journalist, 31,1:2-4. 

HOWE, QUINCY, Associate Professor 
Books 

The world between the wars. Vol. II in A 
World History of Our Own Times. Simon 
and Schuster, N. Y. 784 pp. 

Articles 

The last fifty years — and the next. Sattirdav 

Rev., Nov. 7: 15, 16, 45, 46. 
Reviews 

Beyond containment, by William Henry Cham- 

berlin. Saturday Rev., Oct. 16:17. 
Hitler's secret conversations and memoirs, by 

Franz von Papen. Saturday Rev., Sept. 

5:12,13. 

PETERSON, THEODORE B., Instructor 

Articles 

Editing the medical manuscript. Miss. Valley 
Med. J., 75:13-16. 

SANDAGE, C. H., Professor 
Books 

Advertising theory and practice (4th ed.). 
Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Chicago. 642 pp. 

SARGENT, HUGH W., Instructor 
Articles 

Utilizing community resources in teaching 

sales letter writing. Bus. Educ. Forum, 7: 

35-36. 

SIEHERT, FREDRICK S., Professor and 

Director of School 
Articles 

Historical pattern of press freedom. Nicman 

Reports (Harvard University, Cambridge), 

July, 7,5:43-47. 
The historical pattern of press freedom. Vital 

Speeches of the Day, N. ¥., 19.21 :659-662. 
The right to report by television. Television 

Nezvs Handbook, (Northwestern University, 

Evanston), 55-62. 



LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, 
INSTITUTE OF 

CHALMERS, W. ELLISON, Professor 
Books 

With Margaret K. Chandler, Louis L. McQuitty, 
Ross Stagner, Donald E. Wray, 
Milton Derber 
Labor-management relations in Illini City. 
Vol. I, The Case Studies. University of 
Illinois. 809 pp. 

CHANDLER, MARGARET K., Assistant 

Professor 
Books 

With W. Ellison Chalmers, Louis L. McQuitty, 
Ross Stagner, Donald E. Wray, 
Milton Derber 



38 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



CHANDLER, MARGARET K. (continued) 
Books (continued) 

Labor-management relations in Illini City. 

Vol. I, The Case Studies. University of 

Illinois. 809 pp. 

DERBER, MILTON, Professor 

Books 

li'ith W. Ellison Chalmers, Margaret K. 

Chandler, Louis L. McQuitty. 

Ross Stagncr, Donald E. IVray 
Labor-management relations in Illini City. 

Vol. I, The Case Studies. University of 

Illinois. 809 pp. 
Reviews 

Labor and industrial relations, by Richard A. 

Lester. Industrial and Labor Relations Rev., 

vol. 6, no. 2. 

HUDSON, RUTH ALICE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

li^ith Hjahnar Rosen 

On the definition of attitude: norms, percep- 
tions, and evaluations. Public Opinion 
Quarterly, i7: 141-146. 

ROSEN, HJALMAR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

IVith Ruth Alice Hudson 

On the definition of attitude: norms, percep- 
tions, and evaluations. Public Opinion 
Quarterly, J7: 141-146. 

A methodology in studying role conflict. 
Monthly Labor Rev., 76:1278-1279. 

WRAY, DONALD E., Assistant Professor 
Books 

IVith VV. Ellison Chalmers, Margaret K. 
Chandler, Louis L. McQuitty, 
Ross Stagner, Milton Berber 
Labor-management relations in Illini City. 
Vol. I, The Case Studies. University of 
Illinois. 809 pp. 

With Virginia Prestridge 

Industrial sociology : an annotated bibliog- 
raphy. Institute of Labor and Industrial 
Relations, University of Illinois (Bibli- 
ographic Contribution No. 3), 80 pp. 

Reviews 

Factory folkways: a study of industrial struc- 
ture and change, by John S. Ellsworth. 
Amer. J. Social., vol. 59, no. 3, Nov., 1953. 

The case method of teaching human relations 
and administration, by Kenneth R. An- 
drews, ed. Amer. Sociol. Rev., vol. 18, 
no. 4, Aug., 1953. 



LAW, COLLEGE OF 

BRITTON, WILLIAM E., Professor 

Articles 

Formal requisites of negotiability — the Nego- 
tiable Instruments Law compared with the 
proposed Commercial Code. Rocky Moun- 
tain Law Rev., 26:1-2?!. 
Transfers and negotiations under the Nego- 
tiable Instruments Law and Article 3 of the 
Uniform Commercial Code. Texas Lazv 
Rev., i2: 153-171. 

CARLSTON, KENNETH S., Professor 
Books edited 

Kt-ports of international arbitral awards. 
Vol. 5, United Nations. 611 pp. 
Articles 

Codification of international arbitral procedure. 
Amer. J. Int. Law, -^7:203-250. 



Commentary on draft on arbitral procedure. 

United Nations Doc. A/CN. 4/L., 40:1-126 

(May 5, 1953). 
A philosopher looks at international law. 

Revue de Droit International Pour le 

Moyen-Orient, 2:156-160. 

Reviews 

The group basis of politics: a study in basing- 

point legislation, by Earl Latham. /. Pub. 

Law, 2:152-157. 
Cases on Arbitration Law, by Wesley A. 

Sturges. J. Leg. Educ, 6:266-267. 

COHN, RUBIN G., Professor 
Articles 

The proposed judicial article — some contro- 
versial aspects. Univ. III. Law Forum, 
1952:562-600. 
Pension rights as vested or contractual. Re- 
port of the Illinois Public Employees Pen- 
sion Laws Commission, 795j:94-104. 

CONARD, ALFRED F., Professor 
Articles 

Quantitative evaluation of reparation systems. 

Miss. Lazv J., 24:195-200. 
The impact of expenses on injury claims. 
Annals Amer. Acad. Pol. Soc. 6ci., 287: 
110-119. 

GOBLE, GEORGE W., Professor 

The touchstone of democracy. The Social 

Studies, 44:295-301. 
The non-promissory offer. Xorthnestcrn Utiiv. 

Law Rev., 45,5:590-597. 

HARNO, ALBERT J., Professor and 

Dean of College 
Books 

Legal education in the L^nited States. Ban- 
croft-Whitney Co., San Francisco, Calif. 

211 pp. 

Articles 

The American Law Institute. ///. Bar J., 41: 

300-305. 
Some needed changes in Illinois criminal 

procedure. Uniz>. III. Lazv Forum, 1953: 

425-443. 

HOLT, HAROLD W., Professor 
Reviews 

Marital property in conflict of laws, by 
Harold Marsh. Vanderbilt Law Rev., 6: 

805-808. 

SUMMERS, WALTER L., Professor 
Books 

Pocket part supplement to Summers on oil 

and gas. 9 vols. West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul, Minn., 1145 pp. 

YOUNG, J. NELSON, Professor 
Articles 

Tax problems related to trusts. ///. Bar J., 

41:409-423. 
Tax treatment of real estate contracts out- 
standing at the vendor's death. ///. Bar J., 
42:50-53. 

Reviews 

Accounting for lawyers, by A. L. Shugerman; 
and Lawyers' accounting handbook, by 
Christian Oehler. Law Lib. J., 46:257-259. 

LIBRARY AND LIBRARY SCHOOL 

ALLEMAN, WINIFRED, Instructor 

Articles 

New serial publications of the United States 
Department of Agriculture and the State 
Experiment Stations. Special Libraries, 44: 
66-69. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 39 



ALSETH, HILDA J., Assistant Professor 

Books 

A recommended list of basic periodicals in 
engineering and the engineering sciences. 
(Compiled for Association of College and 
Reference Libraries, Pure and Applied Sci- 
ences Section). Chicago. 42 pp. (ACRL 
Monograph No. 9). 

BOLL, JOHN T., Assistant 

Articles 

The American Library Association and intel- 
lectual freedom. Univ. III. Libr. Sch. Occa- 
sional Papers, 35 (Aug.). 17 pp. 

DAVIES, BERXITA J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The 1952 A.A.L.S. annual meeting. Lazv 

Lib. J., -^6:148-150. 
The place of the law library in legal educa- 
tion: some theories, some facts and some 
reflections. Laiv Lib. J., 4(5:207-218. 

DOWNS, ROBERT B., Professor and Director 

of Library and Library School 
Articles 

The ALA today — a 1953 stocktaking report. 

ALA Bull., ■/7:397-399. 
Some current delusions. Southeastern Li- 
brarian, 3, 20:27. 

DUNLAP, LESLIE W., Professor 
Articles 

The Collection (in the Lincoln Room). Univ. 

111. Library, Urbana. 12 pp. 
University of Illinois receives fine Lincoln 
Collection, /. ///. State Hist. Soc, 46:296- 
299. 

EATON, THELMA, Associate Professor 
Books 

The history of the book, rev. ed. Mimeo. 
mini Union Book Store. Urbana. 60 pp. 
Reviews 

Dewey decimal classification and relative in- 
dex, Standard 15th ed. Lib. J., 78:1219- 
1220. 

Subject headings for children's materials, 

Lib. J., 78:30. 
Subject headings for children's materials, 

///. Lib., i5:100-101. 

HARDING, FLORENCE M., Instructor 
Reviews 

Dictionnaire des lettres fran^aises. I:XVIe 
siecle, publiee sous la direction de Mgr. 
Georges Grente, Books Abroad, 27:279. 

HARMAN, MARIAN, Associate Professor 

Books 

With A. H. Trotier 

Doctoral dissertations accepted by American 
universities, 1952-1953. Number 20. Com- 

Ciled for the Association of Research Li- 
raries. H. \V. Wilson Co., N. Y. 305 pp. 
Articles 

Policies for analyzing monograph series. Pt. 
2: L'niversity libraries. Serial Slants, 4: 
129-134. 

Reviews 

Marcus Aurelius: his life and his world, by 
A. S. L. Farquharson, edited bv D. A. 
Rees, Class. IVkly, 46:72-73. 

IBEN, ICKO, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Die Zeitung im Archiv-und Bibliothekswesen, 
Das Anttquariat, 5:47-50 (1952). 



Digest of Report on functions of the Inter- 
national Press Institute from Ncue Ziircher 
Zeitung, Publishers' Au.viliary, December 6, 
1952:3. 

1st humanistische Bildung unzeitgemaess? Die 
altc Schulglockc, 1953, 7:3. 

Reviews 

American library resources, by Robert B. 

Downs, Zentralblatt fuer Bibliothekswesen, 

15(5:378-380. (1952). 
360 Jahre Regensberg. Eine Festgabe, Amcr. 

.4rchirist, 16:71-72. 
Vom Wesen und den Arten des Archivgutes, 

by Wolfgang Leesch, Amer. Archivist, 16: 

71-72. 
Festschrift Eugen Stollrither zum 75. Geburt- 

stage, ed. by Fritz Redenbacher, Papers of 

the American Bibliographical Society, 46: 

89-92. 
Biblos: Oesterreichische Zeitschrift fuer Buch 

und Bibliothekswesen, Dokumentation und 

Bibliographie. V.I, 1952: Nos. 1-2, Lib. 

Quarterly, 2j:150. 
De Nederlag, by Alfred Kossmann, Books 

Abroad, 27:203. 
Library terms, by Otti Gross, Books Abroad, 

27:449. 
Scirocco, by Ole Oppen, Books Abroad, 27: 

446. 
Der Grosse Brockhaus. Sechzehnte, voellig 

neubearbeitete Auflage in zwoelf Baenden. 

Erster Band: A-Beo. Wiesbaden, 1952, 

J. Eng. Germ. PhiloL, 52:571-572. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM VERNON, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

T5ooks and libraries: a manual for Library 

Science 195, lllini Union Book Store. 

Urbana. 36 pp. 

JACOBSTEIN, J. MYRON, Instructor 

Articles 

Scientific aids to legal research, Kent Laiv 
Rev., S 1:236-245. 

JAMES, VIOLA, Instructor 
Articles 

Service at the secondary level. Lib. Trends, 
i:311-323. 

Illinois extension program, Lib. J., 78:1983-86. 

LANCOUR, HAROLD, Professor 
Articles 

The training of special librarians in the 
United States, ASLIB Proc, 5:271-275. 

LOHRER, ALICE, Assistant Professor 
Books 

With John J. DeBoer and others 

Reading for living; an inde.x to reading 
materials, ///. Curriculum Bulletin, 18 
(Sept.) 170 pp. 
Articles 

Current trends in school libraries (issue 
editor) Library Trends, V.l, No. 3, (Jan.) 
Your privilege and your responsibility. 
School Libraries, 3:21. 

McCOY, RALPH E., Assistant Professor 

Books 

Personnel administration for libraries: a bibli- 
ographic essay, American Library Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 97 pp. 
History of labor and unionism in the United 
States: a selected bibliography, Univ. of 
Illinois Inst, of Labor and Ind. Rel. Bib- 
liographic Contributions, 2. Champaign. 
88 pp. 



40 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



rilELl'S, ROSE B., Professor 

Reviews 

Ciovernmcnt information and tlie research 
worlcer, by Ronald Staveley, College and 
Research Libraries, i4:345-346. 

I'RITCIIARD, HUGH, Instructor 
Articles 

Reference work at Amherst College Library, 
College and Research Libraries, 14:172-173. 

RANZ, JAMES, Instructor 

Reviews 

University of Tennessee Library Lectures 
(Univ. of Tenn. Record V.55, No. 1), 
Journal of Cataloguing and Classification, 
5:121-122. 

REYNOLDS, HELEN M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

L'niversity library buildings in the United 
States, 1890-1939, College and Research 
Libraries, 14:149-157, 166. 

SLOCUM, ROBERT B., Instructor 
Articles 

Index, Library Trends, 1. > 

STROUT, DONALD E., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

The placement picture. Library J., 78:952- 
9SS. 

TROTIER, ARNOLD H., Professor 
Books 

IVith Marian Harmon 

Doctoral dissertations accepted by American 
universities, 1952-1953. Number 20. Com- 
Iiiled for the Association of Research Li- 
braries, H. W. Wilson Co., N. Y. 305 pp. 
Articles 

Organization and administration of cataloging 
processes, Library Trends, 2:264-278. 

WOODS, BILL M., Instructor 

Articles 

School maps, their evaluation and selection 
from catalogues. Pp. 1-4 in Keys to Map 
Evaluation by Special Libraries Geography 
and Map Division. 



MARKETING 

BEACH, FRANK H., Professor 

Books 

A sales manual for the American Mutual 
Alliance, Chicago, for distribution to the 
salesmen of 188 member general insurance 
companies, 54 pp. 

Articles 

How is your close line? Sales Review, July, 
1953, pp. 17-20. 

COLE, ROBERT H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The retail merchandising bookshelf. Bull. 

Univ. 111. Bus. Mgmt Serv. 20 pp. 
Selling furniture by television. Univ. III. 

Busin. Mgmt Survey No. 1. 33 pp. 
How furniture stores use TV. National 

Furniture Review, 27,5:46; 27,6:104; 27, 

7:82. 
How banks use television advertising. Univ. 

III. Bus. Mgmt Sttrvey No. 2. 26 pp. 
How savings and loan associations use tele- 
vision advertising. Univ. III. Bus. Mgmt 

Survey No. 3. 21 pp. 



How department stores use television adver- 
tising. Univ. III. Bus. Mgmt Survey No. 4. 
28 pp. 

How department stores use television. Stores, 
-v'i.ll :9-12, Television Digest, 9,47:1-4. 

CONVERSE. PAUL D., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 

With IVarren N. Cordell, Paul A. Baunigart 
A report of the investigation and evaluation 
of the i)re-Korean food margin study con- 
ducted in 1952 by OPS. A. C. Nielsen Co. 
59 pp. 
Articles 

Comment on movement of retail trade in 
Iowa. J. Mktg, 18:170-172. 
With Carl Reiser 

Self-service reaches the drug store. Busin. 
Week, March 7, 1953, pp. 43-44. 
Reviews 

Consumer economics, by Pearce C. and 
Christine Kelley. J. Mktg, 18:103-104. 

HANCOCK, ROBERT S., Instructor 
Books 

With Harvey W. Huegy 

Credit problems. Stipes Publishing Co., 
Champaign. 116 pp. 

HUEGY, HARVEY W., Professor 
Books 

With Robert S. Hancock 

Credit problems. Stipes Publishing Co., 
Champaign. 116 pp. 

Reviews 

The role of the sales finance company in the 
American economy, by Clyde W. Phelps. 
J. .\Uiig, i7,3 :339-340. 

WEDDING, NUGENT, Associate Professor 
Articles 

What factors determine the choice of adver- 
tising media? Printers' Ink, Jan. 23, 1953, 
p. 33. 
Space buyers look at media salesmen. Print- 
ers' Ink, Jan. 30, 1953, p. 36. 

MATHEMATICS 

ATCHISON, W. F., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Algebraic projective geometry, by J. G. 
Semple and G. T. Kneebone. Amer. Math. 

Monthly, 60:343-344. 

BAER. REINHOLD, Professor 
Articles 

The hypercenter of a group. Acta Mathe- 

matica, 59:165-208. 
Das Hyperzentrum einer Gruppe. Archiv der 

Mathematik, ';:86-96. 
Nilpotent characteristic subgroups of finite 

groups. Amer. J. Math., 75:633-664. 
Group elements of prime power index. Trans. 

Amer. Math. Soc, 75:20-47. 
Factorization of n-soluble and n-nilpotent 

groups. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., '^: 15-26. 
Das Hyperzentrum einer Gruppe. III. 

Mathematische Zeitschrift 59:299-338. 

CAIRNS, S. S., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Elementary and secondary school training in 
mathematics. Amer. Math. Monthly, 60: 
523-527. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 41 



DAY, M. if., Professor 
Reviews 

Linear transformations in >i-dimensional vector 
space, by H. L. Hamburger and M. E. 
Grimshaw. Amer. Math. Soc. Bull., 59: 
98-99. 
Lei;ons d'analvse fonctionelle, bv F. Reisz 
and 15. Sz.-is'agy. Math. Rev.,' 14:286-287. 

DOOH, T. L., Professor 
Books 

Stochastic processes. Wiley and Co., X. Y. 

654 pp. 

Articles 

The measure-theoretic setting of probability 
theory. Annales de la Socictc Polonaise de 
Math'cmatiquc, 25:199-209 (1952). 

(^iREGORY, R. T., Research Assistant 
See Digital Computer Laboratory, p. 21. 

HOCHSCHILD, G. P., Professor 

Articles 

IWith J. P. Serre 

Cohomology of group extensions. Trans. Amer. 

Math. Soc, 7-^: 110-1 34. 
Cohomology of Lie Algebras. Ayin. Math., 57: 
591-603. 

KETCHUM, P. W., Professor 
Reviews 

Complex analysis, by Lars V. Ahlfors. Amer. 
Math. Monthly, 60:723-724. 

LANGEBARTEL, RAY G., Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

Teoreticeskaya Astrofizika (theoretical astro- 
physics), by V. A. Ambarcumyan, E. R. 
Mustel, A. B. Sevemyi, and V. V. Sobolev. 
Math. Rev., 14:803. 

LEVY, HARRY, Professor 

Books 

Differential line geometry, by V. Hlavaty, 
translation with cooperation of Lucretia S. 
Levy. P. Xoordhoff Ltd., Groningen, Hol- 
land. 495 pp. 

MESERVE, BRUCE E., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Fundamental concepts of algebra. Addison- 
Wesley Pub. Co., Cambridge, Mass. 294 pp. 
Fundamental concepts of geometry. (Prelim- 
inary edition). Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 296 pp. 
Articles 

The University of Illinois list of mathematical 

competencies. School Rev., 61:85-92. 
Irriducibilita del risultante e del discrimin- 
ante. Bollettino delta Unione Matematica 
Italiana, ser. Ill 5:243-252. 
Topology for secondary schools. Math. Teach., 
•/6:46S-474. 

MUNROE, M. E., Assistant Professor 

Books 

Introduction to measure and integration. Ad- 
dison-Wesley Pub. (3o., Cambridge, Mass. 
310 pp. 

Reviews 

Real functions, by Casper Goffman; Princi- 
ples of mathematical analysis, by Walter 
Rudin; Theory of functions of real vari- 
ables, by Henry P. Thielman. Bull. Amer. 
Math. Soc, 59:572-577. 

NASH, J. P., Research Professor 

See Digital Computer Laboratory, p. 21. 



PHILLIPS, CLARENCE, Instructor 
Articles 

Achievement, aptitude, and background of 
liberal arts and science students (general 
curriculum) deficient in high school mathe- 
matics. /. Educ. Res., 47:169-180. 

Background and mathematical achievement of 
eUmentary education students in arithmetic 
for teachers. School Sci. and Math., 53: 
48-52. 

Five point program in the teaching of arith- 
metic. American Childhood, jS:12-13. 

SCHOENFELD, LOWELL, Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

Introduction to modern prime number theory, 
by T. Estermann. Bull. Amer. Math. Soc, 
59:255-258. 
The higher arithmetic, by H. Davenport. 
Math. Rev., 14:352-353. 

TAUB, A. H., Research Professor 

See Digital Computer Laboratory, p. 21. 

TRJITZINSKY, W. J., Professor 

Articles 

Les problemes de totalisation se rattachant aux 
laplaciens non sommables. Memorial dcs 
Sciences Mathematiques, 125:1-92. 

VAUGHAN, H. E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

On two theorems of plane topology. Amer. 
Math. Monthly, 60:462-468. 
Reviews 

Introduction to the foundations of mathe- 
matics, by R. L. Wilder. Amer. Math. 
Monthly, 60:638. 

WHEELER, D. J., Visiting Assistant Professor 
See Digital Computer Laboratory, p. 21. 



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

BAHNFLETH, D. R., Research Assistant 
Articles 

With H. T. Gilkey, R. W. Roose 

Cooling a small residence with a two-horse- 
power mechanical condensing unit. ASHVE 
Journal Section, Heating, Piping and Air 
Conditioning, 25 No. 2:109-119. 

CHAO, B. T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Discussion: "Some observations on chip curl 
in the metal-cutting process under orthogonal 
cutting conditions," by R. S. Hahn. Trans. 
Amer. Soc. Mech. Eng., 75:587-588. 

Discussion: "Deformation work absorbed by 
the w-orkpiece during metal cutting," by 
E. G. Thomsen, J. T. Lapsley, Jr., and 
R. C. Grassi. Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. 
Eng., 75:600-601. 
With K. J. Trigger 

The significance of the thermal number in 
metal machining. Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. 
Eng., 75:109-120. 

Discussion: "Workpiece and surface temper- 
atures in milling," by A. O. Schmidt. 
Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. Eng., 75:889-890. 

Discussion: "Metal-cutting chatter and its 
elimination," by R. S. Hahn. Trans. Amer. 
Soc. Mech. Eng., 75:1078-1079. 
Reviews 

Cutting forces and temperatures when milling 
with carbide cutters, by H. Opitz and 
T. Kob. Appl. Mechanics Rev., 6: No. 10 
(Oct.). 



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CHAO, B. T. (continued) 

Reviews (continued) 

Influence of unhealed starting sections on the 
heat transfer from a cylinder to gas streams 
parallel to the axis, by W. Tessin and 
M. Jakob. Appl. Mechanics Rev., 6: No. 12 
(Dec). 

DOYLE, L. E., Associate Professor 

Books 

Metal machining. Prentice-Hall, Inc., N. Y., 

511 pp. 
Articles 

Cost estimating principles and practices. 

Annual Handbook of Product Design for 

1953, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, 

Inc., N. Y., pp. A2-A9. 

FAHNESTOCK, M. K., Research Professor 

Articles 

With Ford K. Hick, Tohru Inouye 

Learning the why and how of comfort. /. 
Amer. Soc. Refrig. Engineers, 60:48-51. 

FELLOWS, J. R., Professor 
Articles 

Fuels and burners. Small Homes Council 
G3.5. 

GILKEY, H. T., Research Associate 
Books 

With J. R. Jamieson, R. W. Roose, 
Seichi Konso 
Heat emission characteristics of warm-air 
perimeter heating ducts. Univ. 111. Eng. 
E.rp. Sta. Bull. Ser. No. 412. 

Articles 

With D. R. Bahnfleth, R. W. Roose 

Cooling a small residence with a two-horse- 
power mechanical condensing unit. ASHVE 
Journal Section of Heating, Piping and Air 
Conditioning. 

With R. W. Roose, M. E. Childs 

Performance of warm-air perimeter-loop and 
perimeter-radial systems in a residence. 
ASHVE Journal Section of Heating, Piping 
and Air Conditioning. 

HARRIS, W. S., Research Professor 
Books 

With R. J. Martin 

Heat supplied to I = B = R Research Home 
from the inside chimney. Univ. 111. Eng. 
Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 407, pp. 47. 
Articles 
With R. J. Martin 

Heat transmitted to I = B = R Research Home 
by the inside chimney. ASHVE Journal 
Section, Heating, Piping and Air Condi- 
tioning, 25, 5:131-137. 
New developments in hot water heating. 
Amer. Builder, 75, 12:106. 

KONZO, S., Professor 

Articles 

With J. R. Jamieson, R. W. Roose, 

H. T. Gilkey 
Heat emmission characteristics of warm-air 

perimeter heating ducts. Univ. 111. Eng. 

Exp. Sta. Bull. 412. 
With S. F. Gilman, J. W. Holl, R. J. Maryin 
Investigation of the pressure losses of takeoffs 

for extended-plenum type air conditioning 

duct systems. Univ. III. Eng. Exp. Sta. 

Bull. 415. 

LARSON, R. F., Professor 
Articles 

Factors that influence heat transfer in boiling. 
Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Ijisti- 
tutc Preprints, ASME semi-annual meeting. 



PRICE, T. W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. H. Potter 

Factors affecting flame velocity in stoichio- 
metric carbon-monoxide oxygen mixtures. 
Fourth Symposium (International) on Com- 
btistion, Williams and Wilkins Co., pp. 
363-369. 
Flame velocities in carbon monoxide-oxygen 
mixtures. Trans. A.S.M.E., 75:91-97. 

RADZIMOVSKY, E. I., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Stress distribution and strength condition of 

two rolling cylinders pressed together. 

Bull. III. Eng. Exp. Sta., No. 408, 40 pages. 

STRAUB, H. E., Research Associate 

Articles 

With S. F. Gilman, A. E. Hershey, 
R. B. Engdahl 
Room air distribution research for year round 
air conditioning. Part I — Supply outlets 
at one high sidewall location. ASHVE 
Journal Section, Heating, Piping and Air 
Conditioning, 25, 4:121-131. 

With S. F. Gilman 

Room air dfstribution research for year round 
air conditioning. Part II — Supply outlets 
at three floor locations. ASHVE Journal 
Section, Heati^tg, Piping and Air Condi- 
tioning, 25, 11:145-154. 

TRIGGER, K. T., Professor 
Articles 

With B. T. Chao 

The significance of the thermal number in 
metal machining. Trans. A.S.M.E., 75, 
1:109-120. 

Discussion of "Workpiece and surface temper- 
atures in milling," by A. O. Schmidt. 
Trans. ASME, 75, 5:889-890. 

Discussion of "Metal cutting chatter and its 
elimination," by R. S. Hahn. Trans. 
ASME, 75, 6:1078-1079. 



MINING AND METALLURGICAL 
ENGINEERING 

BECK, PAUL A., Research Professor 
Articles 

Notes on the theory of annealing textures. 
Acta Metallurgica, i :230-234. 

Notes on work hardening and recovery. Acta 
Metallurgica, J:422-S25. 
With Dilip K. Das 

Survey of portions of the iron-nickel-molyb- 
denum and cobalt-iron-molybdenum tenary 
systems at 1200°C. NACA Technical Note 
2896. 
With W. P. Chernock, M. H. Mueller, 
Hoiuard Fisch 

Automatic x-ray reflection specimen holder 
for the quantitative determination of pre- 
ferred orientation. Rev. Sci. Instruments, 
24:925. 
With A. Merlini 

Study of the origin of the cube texture. Acta 
Metallurgica, i:598-606. 

BOHL, ROBERT W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. H. Munse, R. J. Mosborg 

Tests of welded copper joints. Univ. III. Civ. 
Eng. Stud., Struc. Res. Ser. No. 61. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 43 



BRUCKNER, WALTER 11.. Research 

Associate Professor 
Books 

Metallurgy of welding. 1 vol. The Pitman 

Corp., N. Y. 322 pp. 
Articles 

ll-ith //. F. Moore 
Case carburizing. A.S.M.E. Handbook, Metals 

Engiyieering Design, McGraw-Hill. 1953, 

pp.' 138-143. 

CLARK, GEORGE B., Professor 

Articles 

.\ multitude differential pressure manometer 
for measuring the average flow of fluids in 
closed ducts. Bull. III. Eng. Exp. Sta., 410. 

WERT, CHARLES, Research Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The metallurgical use of anelasticity. Chapter 
in Modern Research Techniques in Physical 
Metallurgy. AS^L 
With John .Mar.v 

A new method for determining the heat of 
activation for relaxation processes. Acta 
Metallurgica, i:113. 
With Choh-Yi .4ng 

Some properties of columbium containing 
nitrogen. Trans. Amer. Inst. Min. 
(Met all.) Engrs.. p. 1032. 

WUERKER, RUDOLPH G., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Testing of roof-bolting systems installed in 
concrete beams. Trans. Amer. Inst. Min. 
(Metall.) Engrs., 79(5:606-614. 
Status of testing strength of rock. Trans. 
Amer. Inst. Miti. {Metall.) Engrs., 196: 
1108-1113. 



MUSIC, SCHOOL OF 

FLETCHER, STANLEY, Professor 
Books 

Tunes to play and play with (music for 

young children). Affiliated Musicians, Inc., 

Los Angeles, California, 32 pp. 
Articles 
With Marian Fletcher 

A singing story (monthly music feature page 

in "Highlights For Children"). Columbus, 

Ohio. 

KINKELDEY, OTTO, Visiting Lecturer 
Articles 

Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1873-1928). 
Music Lib. Assoc. Notes, 2nd ser., 11:25-32. 

Reviews 

A plain and easy introduction to practical 
music, by Thomas Morley, edited by R. 
Alec Harman. Musical Quarterly, 39:442- 
455. 

LEONHARD, CHARLES, Associate Professor 
Books 

Song approach to music reading. Silver Bur- 
dett Co., N.Y., 150 pp. 

Articles 

An easier way to read music. Music J., 11, 3: 

28, 49-53. 
Music education — esthetic education. Educa- 
tion, 74:23-26. 
With J. W. Davidson 

The Illinois Curriculum Program and music 
education. Music Educators J., 39, 6:40-42. 



Reviews 

An objective psychology of music, by Robert 
Lundin. /. Res. Music Educ, 141-143. 

PALISCA, CLAUDE V., Instructor 

Articles 

Severo Bonini, G. B. Bovicelli, Scipiene Cer- 
reto, Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart 
(Allgemeine Encyclopedic der Slusik), 
Vol. II, Barenreiter-Verlag, Kassel and 
Basel, 1952. 

PHILLIPS. BURRILL, Associate Professor 
Music 

Four Figures in Time, for flute and piano. 

Elkan-Vogel Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Prelude, for brass quartet. Elkan-Vogel Co., 

Inc. 
A Bucket of Water, mixed chorus SATB 

with piano. Words by Alberta Phillips. 

Elkan-Vogel Co., Inc., Philadelphia. 
Piece for Six Trombones, Robert King Music 

Co., North Easton, Mass. 

Recordings 

Sonata for Cello and Piano. SPA recording, 
58 LP. Carl Stern, Cellist, Burrill Phil- 
lips, Pianist. 

Selections from McGuffey's Readers, Ameri- 
can Recording Society. ARS 38. Ameri- 
can Recording Society Orchestra, Max 
Schoenherr, Conductor. 

WARD, JOHN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The Folia. Kongressbreicht, Internationale 
Gesellschaft fiir Musikwissenschaft, Utrecht, 
1952 (Amsterdam 1953) :41S-422. 

ZIRNER, LUDWIG, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Richard Wagner in Italien. 7. Engl. Germ. 

Philol., 52, 2:272-273. 



NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 

HOFFMEISTER, DONALD F., Curator 
Articles 

A plea for uniformity of common names of 

mammals. /. Mammal., 34, 2:285. 
The badger, master excavator. Living Mu- 
seum, 15, 6:421-422. 
With R. G. Van Gelder 

Canine teeth in white-tailed deer. /. Wild. 
Mgt., 17:100. 



NONACADEMIC PERSONNEL 

DICKASON, DONALD E., Director 
Articles 

How to negotiate with a labor union. Nation's 
Schools, '^:50-53; College and Univ. Bus., 
1:22-25. 
What are fringe benefits costing you? Col- 
lege and Univ. Bus., 1:28-29 (1952). 
Employee loyalty. College and Univ. Bus., 
3:6. 



PHILOSOPHY 

DIGGS, BERNARD J., As.sociate Professor 
Reviews 

The Choir of the Muses, by Etienne Gilson. 
Richmond News Leader, Dec. 31, p. 9. 



44 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



FISCH, MAX H., Professor 

Articles 

The academy of the investigators, in science, 
medicine, and history: Essays on the evo- 
lution of scientific thought and medical 
practice written in honour of Charles 
Singer, 2 vols. Oxford University Press, 
London. i:S21-S63. 

GOTSHALK, D. W., Professor and Chairman 

of Department 
Books 
With L. A. Rcid et al. 

The problems of aesthetics, edited by E. 

Vivas and M. Krieger. Rinehart and Co., 

Inc., New York. 639 + xiii pp. 
Articles 

With C. Burg, A. Rattner, M. Schoen 
Aspects of art criticism. Midwestern College 

Art Conference Report, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 

Urbana, pp. 22-37. 

KUBITZ, O. A., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Introduccion a la Metafiscia, by Angel Gon- 
zalez Alvarez. Phil. Rev., (52:482-484. 

LINSKY, LEONARD, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The logic of liberty, by Michael Polanyi. 

Phil. Sci., 20:81. 
The Vienna Circle, by Victor Kraft. Phil. 

Sci., 20:342. 
Translations from the philosophical writing 
of Gottlob Frege, edited by Peter Geach 
and Max Black. Phil. Sci., 20:342-343. 

TURQUETTE, ATWELL R., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Fifteenth Meeting of the Association for 

Symbolic Logic. J. Symb. Logic, 18:187. 
Reviews 

Symbolic logic, an introduction, by Frederic 

Brenton Fitch. Phil. Rev., 63:617-619. 
The solution of inferential problems by 

Boole algebra, by T. J. Fletcher. /. Symb. 

Logic, 18:282. 
Language, metalanguage, and formal system, 

by Haskell B. Curry. /. Symb. Logic, 18: 

270. 

WILL, FREDERICK L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Will the future be like the past? Reprinted 
in Logic and Language, Second Series, 
edited by A. G. N. Flew. Basil Blackwell, 
Oxford, pp. 32-50. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN 

BRIGHTBILL, CHARLES K., Professor of 

Recreation 
Books 

Recreation: text and readings. Prentice- 
Hall, Inc., New York, 541 pp. 
Articles 

National Sporting Goods Association and 
American Recreation Society cooperate to 
spark recreation. Anter. Rec. Soc. Ouar., 
5:4-12. 

Philosophy of recreation. Amer. Rec. Soc. 
Quar.. 5:18-24. 

The American Recreation Society — its early 
years (1949-1950). Special Pub. Amer. 
Rec. Soc, pp. 65-66. 

Training park and recreation personnel. ///. 
Parks, 9:18-19. 



Spending the park district recreation tax. 

///. Parks, 9:36-37. 
Recreation in the park program. ///. Parks, 

9:48-53. 
Plans for recreation board. ///. Parks, 9: 

73-74. 
Sports in education. Nat. Sport. Goods 

Assn., special issue. May 1. 
Recreation. World Scope Encyclopedia. 1: 

13-14. 

CURETON, THOMAS K., JR., Professor 
Articles 

Physical training produces important changes, 
physiological and psychological. Sport Med- 
icine (Helsinki: Finnish Assn.), pp. 46-63. 

Uber Sportmedizinsche Forschung in den 
U. S. A. Training, Leistung, Gesundheit, 
Germany: Frankfurt/Main, Wilhelm Lim- 
pert, pp. 177-178. 
With E. D. Michael 

Effects of physical training on cardiac out- 
put at ground level and at 15,000 feet sim- 
ulated altitude. Res. Quar. A.A.H.P.E.R., 
24:446-452. 

Swimming at the 1952 Olympic Games. 
Beach and Pool, 27:18,39,41,42. 

Swimming at the 1952 Olympic Games. 
Beach and Pool, 27:14,23,24. 

Diving aptitude test. Y.M.C.A. Aquatic 
News, 3:8. 1952. 

Swimming at the 1952 Olympic Games. 
Y.M.C.A. Aquatic News, 3:1-6. 

FLORIO, A. E., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

How to drive better and avoid accidents, by 
Paul W. Kearney. Safety Ed., 33:31. 

HEUSNER, WILLIAM W., Jr., Instructor 
Articles 

Pacing your race. Beach and Pool, 27:9, 

16-17. 
Breaststroke versus butterfly. Swimming 

World, 3:2. 
Breaststroke controversy. Amateur Athlete, 
24:24. 

HOYMAN, HOWARD S., Professor 

Books 

With others 

A guide for the residency training of public 
health physicians in Illinois. Illinois De- 
partment of Public Health, Springfield, 
100 pp. 

With H. A. Gordon, R. F. Ervin 

Graphic health charts (rev. ed.). McConnel 
School Map Company, Goshen, Indiana, 
33 pp. 

Articles 

Basic issues in school sex education. /. 
Sclwol Health, 23:14-22. 

How should you provide for sex education? 
Bui. Nat. Assn. Secondary-School Princi- 
pals, 37:16-17. 

Who should be selected to teach health ? 
Bull. Nat. Assn. Secondary-School Princi- 
pals, 37:19-21. 

Sex education in schools. Stanford Univer- 
sity Press, Health Yearbook, 1953, pp. 175- 
176. 
With others 

Education for civil defense: Part I. Impli- 
cations in health instruction. 7. A.A.H.P. 
E.R., 24:37-38. 

Education for civil defense: Part II. Impli- 
cations in physical education; Part III. 
Bibliography. 7. A.A.H.P.E.R., 24:38-39. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 45 



HURBARD, ALFRED W., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

inth D. K. Matheu-s 

Leg lift strength: a comparison of measure- 
ment methods. Res. Quar. A.A.H.P.E.R., 
24:ii-M. 

JACKSON, C. 0., Professor 
Articles 

Evaluate your physical education program. 
Scholastic Coach, 2o: 36,38,40. 

JOHNSON, RALPH H., Associate Professor 

Books 

H'ith S. C. Staley, Laura J. Huclster 

The Undergraduate Professional Curricula of 
the University of Illinois School of Phys- 
ical Education (2nd ed). Stipes Pub. Co., 
Champaign, 204 pp. 

Articles 

ll'ith Charles D. Merrill 

Training physical education teachers in Thai- 
land. /. A.A.H.P.E.R., 24:24-25. 

KRIZAN, THOMAS F., Instructor 
Articles 

The old vs. the new. III. Wildlife, 9:9-10. 

Finny fetchers for frigid waters. Fisher- 
man, '^: 20-25. 

POHNDORF, RICHARD H., Instructor 
Articles 

Some thoughts on camping. Physical Educa- 
tor, 10:74-76. 

RANDALL, WILLIAM E., Jr., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Water relations and chlorophyll content of 
forest herbs in southern Wisconsin. Ecol- 
ogy, i^: 544-553. 

5APORA, ALLEN V., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Recommended safety regulations and leader- 
ship techniques for the use of playground 
apparatus. Recreation Department, Ala- 
meda, California, 15 pp. 
Athletic competition for boys under twelve. 
Great Lakes District Recreation Conference 
Proceedings, Ft. Wayne, pp. 45-48. 

SEIDLER, ARMOND H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Athletics and physical Education. Physical 
Educator, iO: 104-105. 

STALEY, SEWARD C, Professor and 
Director of School 

Books 

Physical exercise programs. C. V. Mosby 
Company, St. Louis, 292 pp. 

ll'ith Laura J. Huelster, R. H. Johnson 

The Undergraduate Professional Curricula 
of the University of Illinois School of 
Physical Education (2nd ed;. Stipes Pub- 
lishing Company, Champaign, 204 pp. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR WOMEN 

BULLOCK, DORIS J. L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Combine your courses. Official Aquatics, 
Winter Sports, and Outing Activities 
Guide, (National Section for Girls and 
Women's Sports, A.A.H.P.E.R.). July 
1953-July 1955, pp. 22-24. 



A selected bibliography on synchronized 
swimming and closely related subjects. 
Official Aquatics, Winter Sports, and Out- 
ing Activities Guide, (National Section for 
Girls and Women's Sports, A.A.H.P.E.R.). 
July 1953-July 1955, pp. 30-32. 

HINRICHS, MARIE A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Some notes on a college proficiency test in 
hygiene. Res. Quar. A.A.H.P.E.R., 24: 
18-21. 

HUELSTER, LAURA J., Professor and Head, 
Physical Education for Women 

Books 

Service program in physical education for 
women. Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign, 79 pp. 

With S. C. Staley, R. H. Johnson 
The Undergraduate Professional Curricula 
of the University of Illinois School of 
Physical Education (2nd ed.). Stipes Pub. 
Co., Champaign, 204 pp. 

Articles 

The relationship between biolateral contour 
asymmetry in the human body standing 
and walking. Res. Quar. A.A.H.P.E.R., 
2-/:44-55. 



PHYSICS 

ALLEN, JAMES S., Professor 
Articles 

Characteristics of photomultiplier tubes. LA- 
1613 (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory). 

ALMY, G. M., Professor and Associate Head 

Articles 

With W. A. Butler 

Photoprotons from Mo><» and Mo'^. Phvs. 
Rev., 91:58-65. 

ASCOLI, GIULIO, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Mass of cosmic-ray mesons at mountain alti- 
tudes. Phys. Rev., 90:1079-1089. 

AXEL, PETER, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Atomic energy. American Peoples Encyclo- 
pedia Yearbook. 1953 ed., Spencer Press, 
Inc., Chicago, pp. 82-87. 
Atomic energy. Collier's Encyclopedia Year- 
book. 1953 ed., P. F. Collier and Son, 
N. Y., pp. 49-52. 

BARDEEN, JOHN, Professor 
Articles 

IVith IV. H. Brattain 

Surface properties of germanium. Bell Tele- 
phone Technical J., 52:1-41. 

BECKER, ROBERT A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With F. J. Shore, W. L. Bendel, H. N. Brown 
Radiations from Zr^^!. Phys. Rev., 9i: 1203- 

1211. 
Disintegrations of 24-minute Ag*"^. Phys. 
Rev., 90:888-890. 
With H. N. Brown 

Excitation of a 16-microsecond state in Ta^*' 
by capture of bremsstrahlung. Phys. Rev., 
90:328L. 



46 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BERNARDINI, GILBERTO, Professor 

Articles 

IVith R. Reits, E. Segre 

Photomesonic fission of bismuth. Phys. Rev., 
90:573-574. 

BLATT, J. M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The beta-ray interaction. Phys. Rev., 89: 

83-85. 
The beta-decay of the triton. Phys. Rev., 
59:86-92. 
]Vith Isabella G. Weinberg 

The uniform model of the nucleus. Am. J. 
Phxs., 2-7:124-138. 
With M. H. Kaios 

Yukawa forces with added attractions. Phys. 
Rev., 92:1563-1566. 

CHANDRASEKHAR, B. S., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With K. Mendelssohn 

Superflow of helium II through compressed 
powder. Proc. Royal Soc, A, 2i5: 18-28. 

CHEW, GEOFFREY F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Pion-nucleon scattering when the coupling is 
weak and extended. Phxs. Rev., 59:591- 
593. 
With J. S. Blair 

Subnuclear particles. Ann. Rev. Nuclear 

Sci., 2:163-186. 
Fourth order corrections to the scattering of 
pions by non-relativistic nucleons. Phys. 
Rev., 90:1065-1067. 

ESHELBY, J. D., Research Associate 
Articles 

Screw dislocations in thin rods. /. App. 

Phys., 2-^:176-179. 
The equation of motion of a dislocation. 

Phys. Rev., 90:248-255. 
A tentative theory of metallic whisker 

growth. Phys. Rev., 9^:755-756. 
Geometrical and apparent x-ray expansions 

of a crystal containing lattice defects. J. 

App. Phvs., 24:1249. 
With W. T. Read, W. Shockley 

Anisotropic elasticity with applications to 

dislocation theory. Acta Metallurgica, 1: 

251-259. 

FRAUENFELDER, HANS, Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Angular correlation of nuclear radiation. 
Ann. Rev. Nuclear Sci., 2:129-162. 
With J. S. Lawson, Jr. 

The correction for finite angular resolution 
in directional correlation measurements. 
Phys. Rev., 9i: 649-652. 
With J. S. Lawson, Jr., W. Jentschke, 
G. DePasquali 
Crystal structure and nuclear directional cor- 
relation. Phys. Rev., 92:513-514. 
The directional correlation of the Pb^"* 
gamma-gamma cascade. Phys. Rev., 92: 
1241-1244. 

GLAUBMAN, MICHAEL, Research Assistant 
Articles 

Spins and parities of excited states in even- 
even nuclei. I. Phys. Rev., 90:1000L. 



GNAEDINGER, ROBERT J., JR., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

F-bands in some mixed crystals of the alkali 
halides. /. Chem. Phys., 2i: 323-330. 

HANSON, ALFRED O., Professor 

Articles 

With A. C. Graves, R. L. Walker, R. F. 

Taschck, J. W. Williams, H. M. Agnew 
Neutron sources. Chapter 2 in Miscellaneous 

Physical and Chemical Techniques of the 

Los Alamos Project. McGraw-Hill. Pp. 

47-161. 
With E. A. Whahn 

Observation of (gamma, 2n) reaction in Ta. 

Phys. Rev., S9:324-32SL. 
With D. R. Corson 

Extranuclear interactions of electrons and 

gamma rays. Ann. Rev. Nuclear Sci., 3: 

67-92. 

HILL, R. D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Auger electron intensities. Phys. Rev., 91: 
770-771L. 
With J. W. Mihelich 
The probable existence of an E3 + M4 mix- 
ture in an isomeric transition. Phys. Rev., 
S9:323-324L. 
With J. B. Sivan, W. M. Portnoy 

Radioactivity of Pt"» and Pt^sm. piiys. Rev., 
90:257-258. 
With J. B. Swan 

Internal conversion in the L subshells. Phxs. 
Rev., 9i:424-425. 
With L Bergstrom, G. DePasquali 

Neutron-deficient isotopes of thallium. Phvs. 
Rev., 92:918-923. 

JAN, JEAN-PIERRE, Research Associate 

Articles 

The phenomenological treatment of electrical 
and thermal conduction and its application 
to transverse galvanomagnetic and thermo- 
magnetic phenomena. Helv. Phys. Acta, 
2(5:281-290. (In French.) 

JENTSCHKE, W. K., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. E. Remley, P. G. Kruger 

Neutron-proton scattering using organic crys- 
tal scintillation detectors. Phvs. Rev., 89: 
1194-1198. 

With H. Fraucnf elder, J. S. Lawson, 
G. DePasquali 
Crystal structure and nuclear directional cor- 
relation. Phys. Rev., 92:S13-514L. 

With H. Frauenfelder, J. S. Lazvsan, 
G. DePasquali 
The directional correlation of the Pb'"^ 
gamma-gamma cascade. Phys. Rev., 92: 
1241-1244. 

KANZIG, WERNER, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With G. Busch, W. M. Meier 
Antiseignetteelectrizital von (NH4)2H3j06. 
Helv. Phys. Acta, 2(5:385. 
With C. Jaccard and M. Peter 

Das verhalten von kolloidalen seignetteelek- 
trika I, kalium phosphat. Helv. Phys. 
Acta, 2(5:521-544. 
With R. Somnicrholder 

Das verhalten von kolloidalen seignetteelek- 
trika. III, theoretische betrachtungen. 
Helv. Phys. Acta, 26:603-610. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 47 



KERST, D. W., Professor 
Articles 

Ifith P. D. Edwards 
The determination of photon flux for energies 

between ISO and 300 Mev. Rer. Sci. 

Instr., 2-;: 490-495. 

KOEHLER, T. S., Professor 
Articles 

Theory of initial stress-strain curves in face- 
centered metals. Acta Metallurgica, 1:Z77. 
Work hardening in face-centered subsitu- 
tional alloys. Acta Metallurgica, i: 508-5 12. 
With J. Wccrtman 

Internal friction and Young's modulus of 
cold-worked copper single crystals. J. App. 
Ph\s., 2-^:624-631. 
With E. I. Salkovitz 

Energy absorption and x-ray studies of kink 
formation in zinc single crystals. Acta 
Metallurgica, i: 352-367. 

KRUGER, P. G., Professor 

Articles 

ff'i>/i .V. E. Remley, W. K. Jcntschke 

Xeutron-proton scattering using organic crys- 
tal scintillation detectors. Phys. Rev., 89: 
1194-1198. 

LAZARUS. DAVID, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Physical chemistry of metals, by L. S. 
Darken and R. W. Gurry. Rev. Sci. 
Instr., 24:97A-97S. 

LOW. FRANCIS E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. Pines, T. D. Lee 

The motion of slow electrons in polar crys- 
tals. Phvs. Rev., 90:297-302. 
With D. Pines 

The mobility of slow electrons in polar 
crystals. Phys. Rev., 9i: 193-194. 
With H. A. Bet he, L. Maximon 

Bremmstrahlung at high energies. Phys. 
Rev., Pi: 41 7-418. 

MACHLUP, STEFAN, Research Associate 

Articles 

With W. L. Brozvn, R. C. Fletcher 

Annealing of bombardment damage in solids. 
Phys. Rev., 90:709-710. 
With L. Onsager 

Fluctuations and irreversible processes. Ph\s. 

Rev., 9i: 1505-1512. 
Fluctuations and irreversible processes. II. 
Systems with kinetic energy. Phvs. Rev., 
9i:1512-1515. 

MAPOTHER, D. E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Effect of x-ray irradiation on the self-diffu- 
sion coefficient of Na in NaCl. Phys. Rev., 
59:1231-1232. 

MAURER, R. J., Professor 

Articles 

With David Button 

Color centers and trapped charge in KCl and 
KBr. Phys. Rev., 90:126-130. 

MEAGHER, R. E., Research Professor 
See Digital Computer Laboratory, p. 21. 

NOGGLE, T. S., Research Assistant 
Articles 

A "soft" mold technique for growing single 
crystals of aluminum. Rev. Sci. Instr., 
2^?: 184-185. 



NORDSIECK, A. T., Professor 

Articles 

Theory of the large signal behavior of trav- 
eling-wave amplifier. Proc. I.R.E., 41: 
630-637. 

OVERHAUSER, A. W., Research Associate 
Articles 

Isothermal annealing effects in irradiated 

copper. Phys. Rev., 90:393-400. 
Polarization of nuclei in metals. Phys. Rev., 
92:411-415. 

PINES, DAVID, Research Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A collective description of electron interac- 
tions: IV. Electron interaction in metals. 
Phys. Rev., 92:626-636. 
With T. D. Lee, F. E. Low 

The motion of slow electrons in a polar 
crystal. Phys. Rev., 90:297-302. 
With F. E. Low 

The mobility of slow electrons in polar 
crystals. Phys. Rev., 9i: 193-194. 
With D. Bohm 

A collective description of electron inter- 
actions: III. Coulomb interactions in a 
degenerate electron gas. Phys. Rev., 92: 
609-625. 
With M. Ferentz, M. Gell-Mann 

The giant nuclear dipole resonance. Phys. 
Rev., 92:836-837. 
JVith T. D. Lee 

The interaction of a nonrelativistic particle 
with a scalar field with application to slow 
electrons in polar crystals. Phys. Rev., 92: 
883-889. 

REDFIELD, A. G., Research Assistant 

Articles 

Electronic Hall effect in NaCl. Phys. Rev., 
9i:753L. 

SALZ^L\N, GEORGE, Instructor 
Reviews 

Generalization of gravitation theory, by A. 
Einstein. Appl. Mechanics Reviews, 6:397. 

SCHMITT, ROMAN A., Instructor 

Articles 

With Nathan Sugarman 

Uranium photo-fission yields. Phys. Rev., 
59:1155. 

SEITZ, FREDERICK, Professor 
Articles 

On the porosity observed in tlie Kirkendall 

effect. Acta Metallurgica, i:3SS-369. 
Generation of F centers at low temperatures. 
Phys. Rev., 59:1299L. 

SLIGHTER, C. P., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. S. Gutowsky, D. W. McCall 

Nuclear magnetic resonance multiplets in 
liquids. /. Chem. Phys., 21:279-292. 
With T. R. Carver 

Polarization of nuclear spins in metals. 
Phys. Rev., 92:212-213L. 

SLIFKIN, L. M., Research Associate 
Articles 

With G. S. Baker, J. W. Marx 

Germanium under ultrasonic stress. I: Ane- 
lastic effects. J. App. Phys., 2-?: 1331. 

Germanium under ultrasonic stress. I: Dy- 
namic yield point. /. App. Phys., 2'?:1331- 
32. 



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THOMSON, R. M., Research Associate 

Articles 

IVitli P. G. Bergmann 

Spin and angular momentum in general rela- 
tivity. Phys. Rev., 89:400. 

YAFET, YAKO, Research Associate 

Articles 

With F. Keffcr, H. Kaplan 

Spin waves in ferromagnetic and anti ferro- 
magnetic materials. Amer. J. Phys., 21: 
250-257. 

YAMAGUCHI, YOSHIO, Research Associate 

Articles 

Quantum theory — the birth of "h." Chap- 
ter in handbook on theoretical physics, 
Volume 1, Kobundo Company, Tokyo, Ja- 
pan. (In Japanese) 
With Yoich Fujimoto 

A test of charge independence by the nu- 
clear reactions. Prog. Theor. Phys., 10: 
476. 

YNTEMA, G. B., Research Associate 

Articles 

Magnetoresistance of Mg, Cu, Sb, and Al at 
liquid helium temperatures. Phys. Rev., 

9i:1388-1394. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

ELHARDT, WALTER P., Associate Professor 

Books 

Physiological Anatomy. 7th ed. John S. 
Swift, Inc., St. Louis. 434 pp. (1952) 

JOHNSON, ROBERT E., Professor and Head 
of Department 

Reviews 

Claude Bernard and the experimental method 
in medicine, by J. M. D. and E. Harris 
Olmsted. Am. Oxonian, 40:110-111. 

PROSSER, C. LADD, Professor 
Articles 

With Charles L. Judson 

Pharmacology of haemal vessels of Stichopus 
californicus. Biol. Bull., 102,3:249-251. 
(1952) 

Modern trends in physiology and biochem- 
istry. Academic Press, Inc., N. Y. Edited 
by E. S. Guxman Barron. Chapter XIII, 
Problems in the comparative physiology of 
nervous systems, pp. 323-336. (1952) 

QUASTLER, HENRY, Associate Professor 
Books edited 

Essays on the use of information theory in 
biology. Univ. 111. Press. 273 pp. 
Articles 

The measure of specificity. Pp. 41-71 in 
Essays on the Use of Itiformation Theory 
in Biology. Univ. 111. Press. 
The specificity of elementary biological func- 
tions. Pp. 170-188 in Essays on the Use 
of Information Theory in Biology. Univ. 
111. Press. 
With S. M. Dancoff 

The information content and error rate of 
living things. Pp. 263-273 in Essays on 
the Use of Information Theory in Biology. 
Univ. III. Press. 
With M. K. Austin, J. S. Laughlin 

Relative biological effectiveness of 17 MeV 
electrons. Brit. J. Radiol., 2(5:152-153. 



With S. Spiegelman, L. Baron 

Enzyme formation in non-viable cells. /. 
Gen. Physiol., 5(5:631-641. 

SARGENT, FREDERICK, II, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Witli Ralph Golden 

The passage of ascorbic acid across the 
membrane of the human erythrocyte. 
Arch. Biochem. and Biophys., 59:138-146. 
(1952) 
With Edmund A. Godula 

Methods for measuring ketone bodies in bio- 
logical fluids. ///. /. Med. Tech., 4:5-6. 
(1952). 
U'ith W. G. Figueroa, L. Imperiale, G. R. 
Morey, C. R. Paynter, L. J. Vorhaus, 
R. M. Kark 
Lack of avitaminosis among alcoholics. /. 

Clin. Nutr., i: 179-199. 
Weather stress: a bioclimatological hypothe- 
sis. /. Human EcoL, 3 (No. 1):1-16. 
Meteorology and preventive medicine. Weath- 
crxvisc, (5:47-49. 

STEGGERDA, FREDERIC R., Professor 

Articles 

Factors affecting the tone and activity of 
the colon of man upon going to altitude. 
Aviation Medicine, No. 21-23-025, pp. 1-15 
(Report No. 1). (1952). 
The effects of altitude on the volume and 
composition of colonic flatus in man. Avi- 
ation Medicine, No. 21-23-025, pp. 1-17 
(Report No. 2). (1952). 

STOLPE, STANLEY G., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With I. Lichton, H. Goldblatt 

Extended survival of adrenalectomized rats 

possessing ear or spleen-grafted ovaries. 

Endocrinology, 52:546-553. 

TAYLOR, AUBREY B., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With F. B. Adamstone 

A study of the Golgi apparatus in spinal 
ganglion cells of pig using fresh frozen 
sections. /. Morph., 90:217-242. (1952). 
Structure and physical nature of the cyto- 
plasm of living spinal ganglion cells of the 
adult rat. /. Morph., 92:513-529. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BERDAHL, CLARENCE A., Professor 
Reviews 

Lincoln, the president, by James Garfield 
Randall. L'. 5. Quarterly Book Rev., 9, 
122 (1953). 

DANGERFIELD, ROYDEN, Professor 
Books 

The New Japan. Foreign Policy Association 
(Headline Series, No. 102), N. Y., 65 pp. 

Articles 

The political outlook in Japan. Foreign Pol- 
icy Bull., 52,8:5-8. 

HAGAN, CHARLES B., Professor 

Reviews 

Federal administrative law: a study of the 
growth, nature, and control of administra- 
tive action, by Rinehart J. Swenson; Ad- 
ministration of national economic control, 
by Emmette S. Redford. /. Politics, 15: 
438-441. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 49 



KNEIER, CHARLES M., Professor 

Reviews 

Metropolitan Los Angeles: a study in inte- 
gration, by Edwin A. Cottrell and associ- 
ates. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 47:559-561. 

MONYPENNY. PHILLIP, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

A code of ethics as a means of controlling 

administrative conduct. Public Admin. Rev., 

iJ: 184-187. 
A code of ethics for public administration. 

George Jrashin()taii Late Rcz\, 27:423-444. 
Reviews 

Ethics in government, by Paul H. Douglas. 

Annals Amer. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci., 286, 

185-186. 

PAGE, THOMAS, Assistant Professor 

Books 

Cost of state government in Illinois and nine 
other states, 1941-1951. Univ. III. Insti- 
tute of Government and Public Affairs, 
Urbana, 60 p., mimeo. 

PELTASON, JACK W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A political science of public law. Southwest- 
ern Soc. Sci. Quarterly, Sept. pp. 51-56. 
Reviews 

Commentaries on the constitution, by E. K. 
Bauer. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 47:2Z7-2iS,. 

SCOTT, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Bolivia. Americana Annual — 1955: 7A-76. 

Chile. Americana Annual — 1953: 124-126. 

Colombia. Americana Annual — 1953: 141- 
155. 

Mexico. Americana Annual ■ — 1953: 439-441. 

WILSON, FRANCIS G., Professor 
Articles 

The Third Newberry Library Conference on 
American Studies. Newberry Library Bull., 
3:73-87. 
Selected articles and documents in political 
theory. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 47:264-268; 
-^7:600-605; -^7:921-927; •^7:1205-1210. 
Reviews 

The new science of politics, by Eric Voeg- 
elin. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., •/7: 542-543. 



PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

MOREY, LLOYD. President 
Articles 

NS'hat do accountants mean by "generally ac- 
cepted accounting principles?" 7. Accy., 95: 
413-414. 

Will fraternities survive? Logos, 23:6-8. 

Tax status of student-staff apartments is dis- 
puted. College and Univ. Btvsiness, 15:42- 
43. 

Depreciation in hospital accounting. .Modern 
Hasp., 81:73-7 i, 136. 



PROVOST'S OFFICE 

FROEHLICH, GUSTAV J., Assistant Director 
of Bureau of Institutional Research, with 
rank of Associate Professor 



Reviews 

Tests of general educational development, by 
Examinations Staff of United States Armed 
Forces Institute. Fourth Mental Measure- 
ments Yearbook, Gryphon Press, Highland 
Park, New Jersey : 62-66. 

Cooperative inter- American tests: Tests of 
social studies — vocabulary and interpreta- 
tion of reading materials, by Committee on 
Modern Languages of American Council on 
Education, Herschel T. Manuel, Director of 
Test Construction. Fourth Mental Measure- 
ments Yearbook, Gryphon Press, Highland 
Park, New Jersey: 609-610. 

L.\KSEX, HENNING, Provo.st and Professor 
of English 

Articles 

Tlie recruiting and development of staff. 
Trans. Proc. Nat. Assn. State Univ., 51: 
21-26. 

LOUTTIT, C. M., Assistant to the Provost and 
Professor of Psychology 

Books 

With R. S. Daniel 

Professional problems in psychology. Prentice- 
Hall, New York. 416 pp. 

Reviews 

Child psychology, by George G. Thompson. ]. 
Ednc. Psychol., 44:\87-\88. 

Higher education in the forty-eight states, by 
The Council of State Governments. /. 
Ed^ic. Psychol., ■/•/:440-441. 

Student participation in college administra- 
tion, by Frances E. Falvey. Educ. Admin. 
Superv., .^9:310-331. 

The school administration and subversive ac- 
tivities, by E. E. Reutter. Educ. Admin. 
Superv., .>9: 60-61. 

POTTHOFF, EDWARD F., Director of 
Bureau of Institutional Research and Pro- 
fessor of Education 

Articles 

Analysis of educational functions of the state- 
supported institutions of higher learning in 
Illinois. Memorandum #5 to the Joint 
Council on Higher Education in Illinois. 
March 1953. 5 pp. Mimeo. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

ADELSON. MARVIN, Research Associate 

Articles 

A method for studying human tracking be- 
havior. Air Research and Development 
Command, Human Resources Research 
Center, Research Bulletin, 53-50:1-7. 

BURROS, RAYMOND H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The linear operator of Bush and Mosteller. 
Psychol. Rev., 60:213-214. 

CATTELL, RAYMOND B., Research Professor 
Articles 

On the theory of group learning. /. Soc. 
Psychol., 37:27-52. 

Research designs in psychological genetics 
with special reference to the multiple vari- 
ance method. Amer. J. Human Genetics, 5: 
76-91. 

A quantitative analysis of the changes in the 
culture pattern of Great Britain 1837-1937 
by P-technique. .4cta Psychologica, 9:99- 
121. 



50 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



CATTELL, RAYMOND B. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

Tlie principal invariant personality factors 
established in objective tests. Lab. of Per- 
sonality Assessment and (Jroup iJehavior, 
Univ. 'of Illinois, Adv. Publ. No. 1:1-77. 
IVitli Jean C. Anderson 

The measurement of personality and behavior 
disorders by the I.P.A.T. Music Preference 
Test. /. A['pl. Psychol., .'7:446-454. 
With M. Day, T. Meeland 

La standardisation du questionnaire de per- 
sonnalite en 16 facteurs De L'l.P.A.T. 
Rcvuc de Psychologic Appliquee, 3:67-83. 
With David R. Saunders, Glen F. Slice 

The dimensions of syntality in small groups. 
Hum. Relat., 6:331-356. 
With H. V. M. Williams 

P-Teehnique, a new statistical device for 
analysing functional unities in the intact 
organism. Biitish J. Preventive &■ Social 
Med., 7:141-153. 

COSTIN, FRANK, Assistant Professor 

Reviews 

Growth and culture: A photographic study of 
Halinese childhood, by Margaret Mead and 
Frances Cooke MacGregor. /. Educ. 
Psychol., 44:n6-3\7. 

FIEDLER. FRED E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Quantitative studies of the role of therapists' 
feelings toward their patients. Ch. 12 in 
O. H. Mowrer (ed.), Psychotherapy: Theory 
and Research. Ronald Press Co.. N.Y., 
296-315. 

Tlie psychological distance dimension in in- 
terpersonal relations. /. Personality, 22: 
142-150. 

GAIER, EUGENE L., Research Associate 
Articles 

When they're not talking: A research report. 

Adult Leadership, i:28-29. 
The role of knowledge in problem-solving. 
Progressive Educ, jO: 138-141. 
With R. S. Jones 

A study of the anti-democratic potential of 
teachers. /. Educ. Res., 47:1-18. 
With R. S. Jones, R. H. Simpson 

Factors related to measures of professional 
resourcefulness. Sch. Rev., 6i:158-162. 
With Marilyn C. Lee 

Pattern analysis: The configural approach to 
predictive measurement. Psvchol. hull., 30: 
140-148. 
Witli Marilyn C. Lee, L. L. McQuitty 

Response patterns in a test of logical infer- 
ence. Educ. Psychol. Measmt., i.':550-567. 
With N. Young 

A preliminary investigation into the prediction 
of suggestibility from selected personality 
variables. /. Soc. Psychol., 57:53-60. 

GRICE, G. ROBERT, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Hunter's test of the absolute and relative 
theories of transposition. Brit. J. Psvchol., 
44:257-260. 

HUNT, J. McVICKER, Professor 
Books 

With L. S. Kogan, Phyllis F. Barteleme 

A follow-up study of the results of social 
casework. Family Service Association of 
America, N. Y. 115 pp. 

Articles 

The American Psychological Foundation. 
Amcr. Psychologist, 5:740-741. 



KLARE, GEORGP: R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Levari AL Gtistafson, James E. Mabry 
Tlie reading interests of airmen during basic 
training. Air Research and Development 
Command. Human Resources Research 
center. Research Bull., 5.-!-44:l-lO. 

McQUITTY, LOUIS L., Profes.sor 
Books 

With .\L Derber, W. E. Chalmers, .1/. Chandler, 
R. Stagner, D. E. Wray 
Labor-management relations in lUini City. 
Vol. I. University of Illinois Press. 809 pp. 
Articles 

A statistical method for studying personality 
integration. Ch. 16 in O. H. Mowrer (ed.), 
Psychotherapy : Theory and research. Ron- 
ald Press Co., N. Y., 414-462 pp. 
With E. L. Gaier, Marilyn C. Lee 

Response patterns in a test of logical infer- 
ence. Educ. Psychol. Measmt., 13:550-567. 
With Malcolm M. Helper 

Some relations of personality integration to 
occupational interests. J. Soc. Psvchol., 38: 
219-231. 

MOWRER, O. HOBART. Research Professor 
Books 

Psychotherapy: theory and research (editor). 
Ronald Press Co., N. Y. 700 pp. 
With J. S. Bro'vn, H. F. Harloiv, 

L. J. Postman, V. Nozvlis, T. M. Newcomb 
Current theory and research in motivation: A 
symposium. University of Nebraska Press, 
Lincoln. 194 pp. 

Articles 

Some philosophical problems in mental dis- 
order and its treatment. Harvard Educ. 
Rev., 2i: 117-127. 

Neurosis: A disorder of conditioning or 
problem solving? Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 
5(5:273-288. 

All the neurotic needs is "courage." Bull., 
Amer. Protestant Hospital Assn., 77:1-3. 

Learning theory. Rev. Educ. Res., 22:475-495. 

Freedom and responsibility. A psychological 
analysis. /. Legal Educ, <5:60-78. 

Reviews 

Psychoanalysis, man, and society, by Paul 
Shilder. Amer. J. Psychol., 66:326-327. 

O'KELLY, LAWRENCE I., Professor 

Articles 

Physiological changes during psychotherapy. 
Ch. 19 in O. H. Mowrer (ed.), Psycho- 
therapy: Theory and research. Ronald 
Press Co., N. Y., 641-656. 

OSGOOD, CHARLES E., Professor 
Books 

Method and theory in experimental psychol- 
ogy. Oxford University Press, N. Y. 800 pp. 

Articles 

Kcndon Smith's comments on "A new inter- 
pretation of figural after-effects." Psvchol. 
Rev., 60:211-212. 

PAYNE, MAXWELL CARR, JR., Research 
Associate 

Articles 

With Paul Bakan, William E. Kappauf 

Review of psychological research bearing on 
radar-scope interpretation in ADC opera- 
tions. Air Research and Development Com- 
mand, Human Resources Research Center, 
Technical Report, 53-26:1-15. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 51 



PENNINGTON. L. A.. Professor 
Articles 

The role of the clinical psychologist in inter- 
disciplinary conflict, i 'eterans Administra- 
tion Information Bulletin, 195S, 10-40 ■.12-14. 
Specific psychological contributions to varieties 
of rehabilitation processes. /. Assn. I'hvsical 
Mental Rehabilit., 7:12-14. 

PETERSON, DONALD R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Harrison G. Gough 

The identification and measurement of predis- 

positional factors in crime and delinquency. 

/. Consult. Psychol., 16:207-212. (1952) 

ROSHAL, JEAN M. C, Instructor 

Articles 

The type-token ratio as a measure of changes 
in behavior variability during psychother- 
apy. In Group Report of a Program of Re- 
search in Psychotherapy, The Pennsylvania 
State College, School of Education, Depart- 
ment of Psychology, 94-104. 

STAGNER. ROSS. Professor 

Books 

With M. Berber, IV. E. Chalmers. M. Chandler, 

L. L. McQuitty, D. E. Wray 
Labor-management relations in Illini City. 

Vol. 1. University of Illinois Press. 809 pp. 
With J. E. Hulett, Jr. 

Problems in social psychology (editor). Dept. 

of Sociology and Anthropoloy and Dept. of 

Psvchologv, University of Illinois. 271 pp. 

(1952) 

Articles 

li'ith .U. 5. Pullen 

Rigidity and shock therapy of psychotics : An 
experimental study. /. Consult. Psychol., 
17 :79-S6. 
Dual loyalty in modern society. Monthly 

Labor Rev., 76:1273-1274. 
Personality development. Rev. Educ. Res., 
22:459-474. (1952) 
Reviews 

Personality measurement, by Leonard W. 

Ferguson. Psychol. Bull., 50:317-318. 
Problems of consciousness, by H. A. Abram- 
son (ed.). Mental Health Bull., 31:6-7. 

STEINER, IVAN D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Some social values associated with objectively 
and subjectively defined social class member- 
ships. Social Forces, 31:327-332. 

STICE, GLEN, Research Associate 

Articles 

With R. B. Cattell, D. R. Saunders 

The dimensions of syntality in small groui)s: 
I. The neonate group. Hum. Relat., 6:331- 
356. 

With D. M. Knoell 

A simple mean-difference technique for ob- 
taining scales. Air Research and Develop- 
ment Command, Human Resources Research 
Center, Research Bulletin, 5.^-j<5:l-4. 

With D. Knoell, R. L. French 

Criteria of B-29 crew performance in Far 
Eastern combat: I. Ratings. Air Research 
and Development Command, Human Re- 
sources Research Center, Technical Report, 
53-32:1-22. 

STOLUROW, LAWRENCE M., Associate 

Professor 
Books 

Readmgs in learning. Prentice-Hall, N. V. 
555 pp. 



WILLIAMS, A. C, JR., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With II'. G. Maihcny, Dora Dougherty, 
S. G. Hosier 
The effect of varying control forces in the P-1 
trainer upon transfer of training to the T-6 
aircraft. Air Research and Development 
Command, Human Re.sources Research 
Center, Technical Report, 53-31:\-S. 

YOUNG, PAUL THOMAS, Professor 
Articles 

Differential color-mi.\ers. Amer. J. Psychol., 
66:312-313. 
With John T. Greene 

Quantity of food ingested as a measure of 
relative acceptability. /. Comp. Physiol. 
Psychol., 46 :2S8-294. 
Relative acceptability of saccharine solutions 
as revealed by different methods. /. Comp. 
Physiol. Psychol., 46:295-298. 



RESEARCH ON EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, 
INSTITUTE 

KENNEDY, ELOISE, Instructor 
Articles 

Educational problems of the deaf. Amer. An- 
nals of the Deaf, 95:451-4 58. 

KIRK, SAMUEL A., Professor and Director 

of Institute 
Articles * 

What is special about the special education 
of the mentally handicapped. /. Except. 
Children, 194:138-142. 
Cultural factors in mental deficiency. Prob- 
lerns in the Differential Diagnosis of the 
Etiology of Mental Deficiency, issued by 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
Springfield, Illinois, 1952. 63-71. 
With Oliver P. Kolstoe 

The mentally retarded. Rev. Educ. Research, 

2.1, 5:400-416. 
Research on exceptional children. Pi Lambda 
Theta J., 21, 3:151-154. 
With Willard Spalding 

Institute for Research on Exceptional Children 
at the University of Illinois. Educ. Forum, 
17, -/:413-422. 

KOLSTOE, OLIVER P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With S. A. Kirk 

Research on exceptional children. Pi Lambda 

Theta J., 21, 3:151-154. 
The mentally retarded. Rev. Educ. Research, 
23, 5:400-416. 

NEWLAND, T. ERNEST, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With Wm. C. Lawrence 

Chicago non-verbal examination results on an 

East Tennessee Negro Population. /. Clin. 

Psych., 9:44-47. 
Gifted children. Rev. Educ. Res., 2.1:417-431. 



SMALL HOMES COUNCIL 

RAYMON H. HARRELL, Research Assistant 

Professor 
Books 

With J. T. Lendrum 
Construction procedures in two demonstration 

houses. Small Homes Council, Univ. III., 

Urbana, 36 pp. 



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52 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



RAYMOX H. HARRELL (continued) 
Articles 

Demonstration house project — cost and tirne 
data. Proc. Stii Annual Short Course in 
Residential Construction, Small Homes 
Council, 35-39. 

RUDARl) A. JONES, Assistant Director 
Articles 

When you plan that house. Popular Mechan- 
ics May., Oct., 149-153, 262, 266, 268, 270, 
272. 
Space use in houses — operation of space use 
laboratory. Proc. 8th Annual Short Course 
m Residential Construction, Small Homes 
Council, 52-55. 
IVith Byron E. Munson 

Space use in houses — family reaction to 
plan variations. Proc. 8th Annual Short 
Course in Residential Construction, Small 
Homes Council, 56-77. 
IVith J. T. Lendrum and others 

Summer comfort. Small Homes Council 
Circular Series. G6.0. 
With W. H. Kafple, J. T. Lendrum 

Basements. Small Homes Council Circular 
Series. F2.0. 

WILLIAM H. KAPPLE, Research Assistant 
Professor of Architecture 

Articles 

Twenty ways to better household storage. 

NAHB Correlator, 7, 6:182-187. 
Clouts and storage space. Proc. 8th Annual 
Snort Course in Residential Construction, 
Small Homes Council, 19-23. 
With R. A. Jones, J. T. Lendrum 

Basements. Small Homes Council Circular 

Series F2.0. 
Storage Partitions. Small Homes Council 
Circular Series C5.ll. 
With J. T. Lendrum 

Construction of storage partitions. Small 
Homes Council Instruction Sheet, 17-D. 

TAMES T. LENDRUM, Director 

Books 

With R. H. Harrcll 

Construction procedures in two demonstra- 
tion houses. Small Homes Council, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 36 pp. 
Articles 

Design of demonstration houses. Proc. 8th 
Annual Short Course in Residential Con- 
struction, Small Homes Council, 24-34. 
With R. A. Jones and others 

Summer comfort. Small Homes Council Cir- 
cular Series G6.0. 
With R. A. Jones and W. H. Kapple 

Basements. Small Homes Cotcncil Circular 
Series F2.0. 
With W. H. Kapple 

Construction of storage partitions. Small 
Homes Council Instruction Sheet, 17-D. 
With W. J. Worth, S. B. Berry 

Trussed roof-frame for U/z-story houses. 
Small Homes Council Instruction Sheet, 
19B 3-a. 



SOCIAL WORK, SCHOOL OF 

LOW, SETH, Assistant Professor 

Reviews 

Simple arithmetic about complex children: a 
study of temporary shelter for dependent 
and neglected children in New York City, 
by Bertram M. Beck. Social Service Re- 
v'iczv, 27:449-450. 



SIMON, W. PAUL, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

(Iroup work with the aged, by Gertrude Lan- 
dau. Mental Health Bulletin, 21, 4. 

ROGERS, D. KATHARINE, Assistant 
Professor 

Reviews 

Impatient crusader: Plorence Kelley's Life 
Story, bv Josephine Goldmark. Social Case- 
work, Oct! 1953, p. 356. 



SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 

ESSELSTYN, T. C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The social role of a county sheriff. Journal 
of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police 
Science, 4-?: 177-184. 

HULETT, J. E., JR., Associate Professor and 
Chairman of Department 

Books 

With Ross Stagner 

Problems in social psychology: an interdis- 
ciplinary inquiry (editor). University of 
Illinois. Departments of Psychology and of 
Sociology and Anthropology. Urbana, 1952. 
271 pp. 

McGregor, JOHN C, Professor of 

Anthropology 
Reviews 

Kincaid: a prehistoric Illinois metropolis, by 

Fay-Cooper Cole and others. American J. 

Archaeol. 57:53-55. 

STEWARD, JULIAN H., Research Professor 
Articles 

Culture patterns of Puerto Rico. Annals 

Amer. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci., 255:95-103. 
Evolution and process. In Anthropology To- 
day (A. L. Kroeber, ed.), Univ. of Chicago 
Press, pp. 313-326. 
With Robert A. Manners 

The cultural study of contemporary societies: 
Puerto Rico. Amer. J. Social., 59:123-130. 

WOLF, ERIC R., Visiting Assistant Professor 
Articles 

La formacion de la nacion: un ensayo de 

formulacion. Ciencias Sociales, 4 •.50-62; 

98-111; 146-171. 



SPANISH AND ITALIAN 

ALLEN, J. H. D., jr.. Associate Professor 

Books 

Two Old Portuguese Versions of The Life of 
Saint Alexis: Codices Alcobacenses 36 and 
266. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 
67 pp. plus 20 pp. of plates. 

Reviews 

Old Portuguese Vocalic Finals; Phonology 
and Orthography of Accented -ou, -eu, -iu 
and -ao, -eo, -io, by Erma Learned. Ro- 
mance Philology, 6:314-316. 

HUTTER, HARRIETT, Instructor 

Articles 

With Henry R. Kahane 

The verbal categories of colloquial Brazilian 
Portuguese. Word, 9:16-44. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 53 



KAHANE. HENRY R., Professor 

Articles 

With Harriett Hutter 

The verbal categories of colloquial Brazilian 
Portuguese. Word. 9:16-44. 
With Sol Saporta 

The verbal categories of Judeo-Spanish. His- 
tantc Rezne-u; 21:\93-2\4, 322-336. 
li'ith Fence Kahanc, Andreas Tictze 

El termino mediterraneo faluca. Revista de 
Filologia Hispdnica, /": 56-62. 
Reviews 

La parla marinera en el Diario del primer 
viaje de Cristobal Colon, by Julio F. Guil- 
len Tato. Hispanic Revie-i\ 21 ■.263-265. 
Die romanischen Sprachen, by Alwin Kuhn. 
Romance Philology, 6:313-314. 

VAN HORNE, JOHN, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Reviews 

La favola e la litteratura esopiana in Italia 
dal medioevo ai nostri giorni, by Carlo 
Filosa. Italica, 30:177-179. 
Estudio del "Aranco Domado"' de Pedro de 
Ona. bv Salvador Dinamarca. Hispanic 
Reviezv, 22:346-348. 



SPEECH 

BEHRINGER, CLARA, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With William P. Halstead 
AETA: its beginnings and its development. 
Educ. Theatre J., 5. 

Reviews 

Beginning television production, by ^Melvin 
R. White. Speech Teacher. i:295. 

BROCKRIEDE, WAYNE E., Instructor 
Articles 

Carthage College Speech Department. Carth- 
aginian, 28:6. 

BURNS, KENNETH, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Holiday programs for boys and girls, by 
Aileen Fisher. Elementary English, 30:315. 
Improving the child's speech, by Virgil An- 
derson. Elementary English, 30:388. 
Dramatic arts in the secondary school: a 
teacher's guide, by Mabel M. Ellefson. 
Speech Teacher, 2, 218. 

CURRY, E. THAYER, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Reliability of the ear-choice technique in 
threshold audiometry. Annals Otology, 
Rhinology, Laryngology, 62:156-161. 
A vocal frequency analysis in voice dysfunc- 
tion. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Monthly, 32: 
518-520. 
A physiological study of aphonia. Proc. First 
Institute on Voice Pathology, i:29-33. 

DIETER, OTTO A., Associate Professor of 
Speech 

Reviews 

Classics in translation, ed. by Paul MacKen- 

drick and Herbert M. Howe. Quarterly J . 

Speech, April, p. 237. 
Spinoza Dictionary, ed. by Dagobert D. 

Runes. Quart. J. Speech, April, p. 247. 
Studies in the manuscript tradition of the 

tragedies of Sophocles, by Alexander Turyn. 

Quart. J. Speech, April, p. 236. 



FAIRBANKS, GRANT, Professor 

Articles 

With W. L. Everitt, R. P. Jaeger 

Method for time or frequency compression ■ — 
expansion of speech. Convention Record, 
Inst. Radio Eng., 1953, Part 8, pp. 120-124. 

GULLEY, HOLBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Winston Churchill: the era and the man, by 
Virginia Cowles, Quart. J. Speech, j9:509. 

HEWITT, BARNARD, Professor 
Articles 

Pie in the sky or peanuts in tlie bushes. 
Theatre Arts, 37:17. 

HULTZEN, LEE S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Communication in Linguistics. American 
Speech, 25:3-11. 

Reviews 

The story of English, by Mario Pei. Quart. 
J. Speech, 59:105-6. 

KELLY, JAMES C, Associate Professor 
Books 

Clinician's handbook for auditory training. 
Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque, la. 
155 pp. 

MURPHY, RICHARD, Professor 
Articles 

Propositions: foreign and domestic. Gavel, 
36:5-7. 
With Hoivard Shicmaii 

The Oxford Union: American view. Quart. 
J. Speech, 59:49-56. 
Reviews 

Major campaign speeches of Adlai E. Steven- 
son. Quart. J. Speech, 59:505-506. 

NELSON, SEVERINA E., Professor 
Reviews 

Improving the child's speech, by Virgil A. An- 
derson. The Speech Teacher, 4:293-295. 

PARRISH, W. M., Professor 
Books 

Reading aloud (Revised ed.). The Ronald 
Press, N. Y. 572 pp. 

Reviews 

Always the young strangers, by Carl Sand- 
burg. Quart. J. Speech, 39:377. 

A reader's guide to T. S. Eliot : a poem-by- 
poem analysis, by George Williamson. 
Quart. J. Speech, 39:373. 

WALLACE, KARL R., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Books 

With D. C. Bryant 

The fundamentals of public speaking, 2nd 
edition. Appleton-Century-Crofts, N. Y., 
1953. 493 pp. 
Articles 

On the criticism of the MacArthur speech. 
Quart. J. Speech, 59:69-74. 

THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

BORESI, ARTHUR P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With T. J. Dolan 
An appraisal of the prot method of fatigue 

testing. Technical Report No. 34, ONR 

Contract N6-ori-71, T. O. IV. 



54 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BORESI, ARTHUR P. (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

IVith D. IVutstein 

The effect of loading rate on the compressive 
strength and the elastic properties of plain 
concrete. Nat. Bureau of Standards Re- 
port No. 1523. 

BOWMAN, CLETUS E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Design of a hydraulically operated biaxial 
fatigue testing machine. Ajypl. Hydraulics, 
6:61-64. 
With T. J. Dolan 

Biaxial fatigue properties of pressure vessel 
steels. Amer. Welding Soc, Welding J. 
Res. Supplement, J2 :S29s-S37s. 

BRUSH, DON O., Instructor 
Articles 

With O. M. Sidehottom 

Axial tension and bending interaction curves 
for members loaded inelastically. Trans. 
Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs., 75:6Z-72. 

CORTEN, HERBERT T., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Discussion of article "On the validity of 
assumptions made in theories of plastic flow 
for metals, by J. Marin and L. W. Hu. 
Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs., 75,6: 
1187-1189. 
With T. J. Dolan, T. Dimoff, M. Sugi 

An appraisal of the prot method of fatigue 
testing. Part II. Technical Report No. 35, 
ONR Contract N6-ori-071(04). 

CRAMER, RALPH E., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Investigation of failures in control cooled 

railroad rails. Proc. Amer. Raihvay Engr. 

Assn., 5^:1186-1193; ///. Eng. Exp. Sta., 

reprint series No. 51, 3-10. 
Eleventh progress report on shelly rail studies 

at the University of Illinois. Proc. Amer. 

Railway Engr. Assn., 5'?:1243-1249; ///. 

Eng. Exp. Sta., reprint series No. 51, 

25-31. 
Rail failures and shelly rails investigation. 

Proc. Amer. Raihvay Engr. Assn., 54:1425- 

1427. 

DOLAN, THOMAS J., Research Professor 

and Head of Department 
Articles 

Basic concepts of fatigue damage in metals. 
Technical Report No. 36, ONR Contract 
N6-ori-071(04). 
With R. W. Karry 
Influence of grain size on notch-sensitivity. 
Amer. Soc. Testing Mats., preprint No. 72. 
With G. M. Sinclair 

Effect of stress amplitude on statistical vari- 
ability in fatigue life of 75S-T6 aluminum 
alloy. Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs., 
75,5:867-872. 
With A. P. Dorcsi 

An appraisal of the prot method of fatigue 
testing. Technical Report No. 34, ONR 
Contract N6-ori-71, T. O. IV. 
With H. T. Corten, T. Dimoff^ and M. Sugi 
An appraisal of the prot method of fatigue 
testing: Part II. Technical Report No. 35, 
ONR Contract N6-ori-071(04). 



With C. E. Work 

The itifluence of temperature and rate of 
strain on the properties of metals in torsion. 
Wright Air Development Center Technical 
Note 53-10; ///. Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 
420. 

The influence of strain rate and temperature 
en the strength and ductility of mild steel 
in torsion. Amer. Soc. Testing Mats., pre- 
print No. 65. 
With C. E. Bowman 

Bi-axial fatigue properties of pressure vessel 
steels. Amer. Welding Soc, Welding J. 
Res. Supplements, j2 :529s-537s. 

Reviews 

Fatigue and fracture of metals. /. Appl. 
Mech., Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs., 20,2:316. 

DOLLINS, CURTIS W., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Reviews 

Gencalloy, a lead-alloy cable sheath — creep 
and fatigue characteristics, by R. W. Atkin- 
son, L. Meyerhoff and W. H. Cortelyon. 

Poivcr .4pparatus and Systems, No. 5, 253- 

254. 

FINDLEY, WILLIAM N., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Plastics. Chap. 16 in Materials of Engineer- 
ing, by Moore and Moore. McGraw-Hill, 
8th ed., 286-309. 

Plastics: their mechanical behavior and test- 
ing. Appl. Mech. Rev., 6,2:49-53. 

Combined stress fatigue strength of 76S- 
T61 aluminum alloy with superimposed 
mean stresses and corrections for yielding. 
Natl. Adv. Comm. for Aeronautics Tech. 
Note 2924. 

Effect of range of stress on fatigue of 76S- 
T61 aluminum alloy under combined stresses 
which produce yielding. /. Appl. Mech., 
20,3:365-374. 
With W. I. Mitchell 

Two machines for combined bending and 
torsion fatigue. Proc. Soc. Exp. Stress 
Analysis, ll,l:203-2\2. 
With F. C. Mergen, A. H. Rosenberg 

The effect of range of stress on fatigue 
strength of notched and unnotched SAE 
4340 steel in bending and torsion. Proc. 
Amer. Soc. Testing Mats., 53. 
With J. J. Poccatek 

A relation between creep in tension, creep 
in bending and tension tests. Interim 
Report No. 1, Picatinny Arsenal Contract 
DA-11-022-ORD-401. 

JENSEN, RUSSELL S., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Eleventh progress report of the rolling-load 
tests of joint bars. Proc. Amer. Railway 
Engr. Assn., 54,1223-1237 ; III. Eng. Exp. 
Sta., reprint series No. 51, 11-25. 

KESLER, CLYDE E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Effect of speed of testing on flexural fatigue 

strength of plain concrete. Proc. Highivav 

Research Board, 52:251-258. 

LANGHAAR, HENRY L., Professor 
Articles 

The principle of complementary energy in 

nonlinear elasticity theory. /. Franklin 

Inst., 256, 255-264. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 55 



Ontorsional-flexural buckling of columns. /. 

Franklin Inst., 255, 101-112. 
An invariant membrane stress function for 

shells. /. Afpl. Mech., 20, 178-182. 

MOORE, HERBERT F., Professor Emeritus 

Books 

With Mark B. Moore 

Textbook of the material of engineering. 8th 

ed., McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., N. Y. 

Hi pp. 

SIDEBOTTOM. OMAR M., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Che-Tyan Chang 

Influence of the bauschinger effect on in- 
elastic bending of beams. Proc. First U. S. 
Natl. Congress of Appl. Mech., 631-639. 
(1952). 
H'ith D. O. Brush 
Axial tension and bending interaction curves 
lor members loaded inelastically. Trans. 
Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs., 75:63-72. 

SINCLAIR, GEORGE M., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With T. J. Dolan 

Effect of stress amplitude variability in 

fatigue life of 75S-T6 aluminum alloy. 

Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs., 75,5: 

867-872. 
Discussion of "The effect of temperature on 

the rolling texture of plastically deformed 

low carbon steel strip, by N. P. Goss." 

Trans. Amer. Soc. .Metals. 
Discussion of "A new interpretation of the 

understressing effect, by E. Epremian and 

R. F. Mehl." Amer. Soc. Testing .Mats. 

Sxmpositim, Part II, Special Technical 

Publ. No. 137. 
Reviews 

Tungsten — - its metallurgy, properties, and 

applications, by Colin j. Smithells. Appl. 

Mech. Reviezvs, Chemical Publ. Co., Inc., 

N. Y. 

VIEST, IVAN M., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With C. P. Siess 

Studies of slab and beam highway bridges. 
Part V: tests of continuous right I-beam 
bridges. III. Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 416. 
92 pp. 
Composite construction for I-beam bridges. 
Proc. Highway Research Board, j2:161-179. 
Reviews 

Pathology of reinforced concrete, by H. Los- 

sier. Appl. Mech. Rev., 6:7\. 
The principles and practice of prestressed 
concrete, by P. W. Abeles. Appl. Mech. 
Rez:, 6:176. 



VETERINARY MEDICINE 

ALBERTS, JOSEPH O., Professor 

Articles 

With F. H. White. L. E. Hanson 

Studies on Newcastle disease. X. Vaccina- 
tion studies with Newcastle disease vaccine 
(intranasal type) in parentally immune and 
susceptible chicks. Paul. Sci., j2: 103-1 06. 

BAIN, LAWRENCE R., Instructor 
Articles 

Post-castration hemorrhage of pigs following 

worming with sodium fluoride. Vet. Med., 

48:124. 



BOLEY, LOYD E., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 
With U. S. Garrigus, W. G. Kammlade, 

Harry Hardcnbrook 
A study of elemental sulfur and some other 

suggested preventives of enterotoxemia in a 

lamb fattening ration. /. An. Sci., 12:476- 

479. 

BRYAN, HAROLD S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The effect of dielectric heat on anthrax spores 

under feed bag processing plant conditions. 

Atner. J. Vet. Res., 14:228-330. 
With H. E. Rhoades, D. A. Willigan 

Studies on leptospirosis in domestic animals. 

II. The isolation of Leptospira pomona 

from aborted swine fetuses. I'et. .\lcd., 

48:43%. 

COVER, MORRIS S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Gross and microscopic anatomy of the respira- 
tory system of the turkey. I. The nasal 
cavity and infraorbital sinus. Amer. J. 
Vet. Res., 14:113-117. 

Gross and microscopic anatomy of the respira- 
tory system of the turkey. II. The larynx, 
trachea, syrinx, bronchi, and lungs. Amer. 
J. Vet. Res., 14:230-239.. 

Gross and microscopic anatomy of the respira- 
tory system of the turkey. III. The air 
sacs. Amer. J. Vet. Res., i'?:239-245. 

HANSON, L. E., Instructor 
Articles 

With F. H. White, J. O. Alberts 

Studies on Newcastle disease. X. Vaccination 
studies with Newcastle disease vaccine 
(intranasal type) in parentally immune and 
susceptible chicks. Poul. Sci., 52:103-106. 

IVENS, VIRGINIA R., Assistant 
Articles 

IVith Norman D. Levine 

The effects of some detergents on the tievelop- 
niental stages of horse strongyles (Nema- 
toda). Trans. III. Acad. Sci., 45:1&2-187. 

Relation of chemical structure to activity of 
iodine compounds against the developmental 
stages of horse strongyles. E.vp. Parasit., 
2:163-169. 

The effects of some phenothiazine derivatives 
and analogs on horse strongyle develop- 
mental stages in feces. /. Parasit., 39 
(sup.) :36-37. 

LEVINE, NORMAN D., Professor 
Articles 

A review of the coccidia from the avian orders 
Galliformes, Anseriformes and Charadrii- 
formes, with descriptions of three new 
species. Amer. Midland Natur., 49:696-719. 

The effects of aureomycin and other com- 
pounds on horse strongyle larvae. Amer. J. 
Vet. Res., i'/:S48-549. 
With Virginia Ivens 

The effects of some detergents on the de- 
velopmental stages of horse strongyles 
(Nematoda). Trans. III. Acad. Sci., 45: 
182-187. 

Relation of chemical structure to activity of 
iodine compounds against the developmental 
stages of horse strongyles. Exp. Parasit., 
2:163-169. 

The effects of some phenothiazine derivatives 
and analogs on horse strongyle develop- 
mental stages in feces. /. Parasit., 39 
(sup.):36-37. 



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LEVINE, NORMAN D. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
IVith Harold C. Hanson 

Blood parasites of the Canada goose, Branta 
canadensis interior. J. Wildlife Manag., 17: 
185-196. 
With Harold C. Hanson, Charles W. Kossack 
Leucocytocoon tnarchmixi Mathis and Leger, 
1910 in the mourning dove. Proc. Soc. 
Protozool., 4:7. 
With William C. Marquardt 

A simple technic for preparing egg and serum 
slants free of bubbles. Proc. Soc. Proto- 
cool., 4:7. 
With Paul Harper and Averill Lieboiv 

Notes on age incidences of disease in the 
South Pacific. Proc. 7th Pacific Sci. Congr., 
7:375-380. 

LINK, ROGER P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Renal glucose threshold in the pig. Amer. J. 
Vet. Res., 14:172-174. 

A study of the effect of repeated intraperi- 
toneal injections of glucose in pigs. Amer. 
J. Vet. Res., 5i:150-159. 

Bovine hyperkeratosis (X-disease). /. Amer. 
Vet. Med. As.wc., 123:419-426. 

MARQUARDT, WILLIAM C, Assistant 

Articles 

With N. D. Levine 

A simple technic for preparing egg and serum 
slants free of bubbles. Proc. Soc. Protozool., 
4:7. 

MORRILL, C. C, Professor 

Articles 

With P. D. Beamer, H. Hardenbrook, Jr. 

Studies on leptospirosis in domesticated ani- 
mals. I. Leptospirosis in sheep. I'et. Med., 
55:365-366. 

With G. Biswal, H. E. Rhoades, P. B. Barto 
Observations on an outbreak of vibriosis in 
sheep. /. Amer. Vet. Med. Assn., 123:410- 
414. 

REBER, ELWOOD F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. W. MacVicar 

The nitrogen composition of cereal grasses. 
III. Amino acid distribution in field clip- 
pings and growing plants. .Agronomy J., 
45:17-21. 
With C. K. Whitehair, R. W. MacVicar 

The effect of level of protein fed baby pigs. 
/. Nutrition, 5&:4S 1-458. 
With C. K. Whitehair 

Swine nutrition. Report Proc. A.V.M.A., 
July 1953. 

WHITE, F. H.. Instructor 

Articles 

With L. E. Hanson, J. O. Alberts 

Studies on Newcastle disease. X. Vaccination 
studies with Newcastle disease vaccine 
(intranasal type) in parentally immune and 
susceptible chicks. Poul. Sci., 52:103-106. 

ZOOLOGY 

ADAMSTONE, FRANK B., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

With A. B. Taylor 

Structure and physical nature of the cyto- 
plasm of living spinal ganglion cells of the 
adult rat. /. Morph., 92,3:513-529. 



CL.\RK, CARL C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Ralph Vinegar, James D. Hardy 

Goniometric spectrophotometer for the meas- 
urement of diffuse reflectance and trans- 
mittance of skin in the infrared spectral 
region. /. Opt. Soc. Amer., 4i,993-998. 

FISHER, HARVEY I., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Faunal and archeological researches in Yuca- 
tan caves. Birds. Cranbrook Inst. Sci., 
15ull. No. ii:81-90. 
Reviews 

Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in 
birds, by Knud H. Krabbe. Auk, 70:i9>Q- 
381. 

INGLE, LESTER, Professor 
Books 

A laboratory guide to the study of inverte- 
brates. Univ. of 111., Stenographic Bureau. 
114 pp. 
Articles 

The toxicity of chlordane vapors. Science, 
llS:2n-214. 

KENDEIGH, S. CHARLES, Professor 
Articles 

With Douglas James, Charles Wcisc 

Winter bird population study : oak-maple 

forest and forest-edge. Audubon Field Notes, 

7:245. 
Seventeenth breeding-bird census : oak-maple 

forest and forest-edge. Audubon Field Notes, 

7:347. 
Reviews 

The relation of metabolism to climate and 

distribution in three finches of the genus 

Carpodacus, by George William Salt. Auk, 

70:95-96. 

KITZMILLER, JAMES B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Mosquito genetics and cytogenetics. Revista 
Brasileira de Maiariohgia e Doencas trop- 

icais, 5:285-359. 
Etude de souches de laboratoire de Culex 
pipiens et Culex fatigans. Annales de Para- 
sitologie humaine et comparee, 2S:321-325. 

KRUIDENIER, FRANCIS J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The formation and function of mucoids in 

cercariae : Monostome cercariae. Trans. 

Amer. Micr. Soc, 72:57-67. 
The formation and function of mucoids in 

cercariae: opisthorchoid cercariae. /. Para- 
sit., 59:385-391. 
The formation and function of mucoids in 

cercariae: non-virgulate xiphidiocercariae. 

Amer. Mid. Nat., 50:382-396. 
Studies on mucoid secretion and function in 

the cercaria of Paragonimus kellicotti 

Ward (Trematoda: Troglotrematidae). /. 

Morph., 92:531-543. 
Harley Jones Van Cleave (1886-1953). 

Gamma Alpha Record, 43:27-29. 

KUGLER, OTTO ERICH, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Histochemical localization of alkaline phos- 
phatase and nucleic acids in the oocytes of 
the bluegill, Lepomis machochirus (Rafines- 
que). /. Histochem. and Cytochem., 1:296- 
304. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 57 



MATTESON, MAX R., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Fresh-water mussels used by lUiuoian In- 
dians of the Hopewell Culture. Nautilus, 
66:130-138; 67:25-26. 

SACHS. IRVING B., Assistant 
Articles 

Certain blood-inhabiting Protozoa of birds in 

the vicinity of Urbana, Illinois. Trans. 

Amer. Micro. Soc, 72,3:216-227. 

SMITH, HOBART M., Associate Professor 
Books 

Snakes as pets. All-Pets Books, Inc., Fond 
du Lac, Wise, vi -+- 50 pp. 24 figs., frontis. 
Reptiles and amphibians. Simon & Schuster, 
N". Y. 157 pp., illus. 

Articles 

Notes on a collection of reptiles and amphib- 
ians from Mexico, 1951-1952. Texas J. 
Sci., -/,4:5S 1-573. 

A new subspecies of the treefrog Hyla 
phaeota Cope of Central America. Her- 
Petologica, 5:150-152. 

Support for the Gans-Loveridge proposal for 
the use of the plenary powers to validate the 
generic name "Dasypeltis" Wagler, 1830 
(Class Reptilia). Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 9 
(4/5):157. 

Support for Dr. Richard D. Edgren's proposal 
for the use of the plenary powers to 
determine the application of the trivial name 
"simus" Linnaeus. 1767 (as published in 
the combination "Coluber simus") (Class 
Reptilia). Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 9(4/5) :157. 

Revision of type localities. Systematic Zool., 
2,1:37-41. 

On the question of type localities. Bitll. Zool. 
Nomencl., 5:41-42. 



Case history of a snake with an irregurgitable 

artificial egg. Herpetologica, 9:93-95. 
The generic name of the newts of eastern 

North America. Herf'etotogica, 9:95-99. 
Appendix 6, Nomenclature of higher animal 

categories. Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 10{\/2): 

53-54. 
Letter on family names. Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 

5(619) :188. 
Letter on desirability of retention of original 

spelling of patronynis. Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 

10(7):216. 
Letter on nomina nuda. Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 

iO(IO/ll):351-352. 
With William B. Davis 

Snakes of the Mexican state of Morelos. 

Herpetologica, 5:133-143. 
Amphibians of the Mexican state of Mordos. 

Herpetologica, 5:144-149. 
Lizards and turtles of the Mexican state of 

Morelos. Herpetologica, 9:100-108. 
With Richard Estheridge 

Resurrection of Plestiodon Bellii Gray (Rep- 
tilia: Squamata: Lacertilia) for a Alexican 

skink. Herpetologica, 5:153-161. 
IVith Carlos B. Bumcahem 

A new lizard of the genus Sceloporus from 

the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Herpetologica, 

9:185-188. 

THOMAS, LYELL J., Professor 
Articles 

Bothriocephalus abyssmus n. sp. a cestode 
from the deep-sea fish, Eichostoma tanneri 
(Gill) taken at 300 fathoms. Indian Journ. 
Hehninthology. 

WILLIAMS, D. D., Assistant 
Articles 

A simple Drosophila trap for wet weather 

collecting. Bull. Brooklyn Entomological 

Soc, 45(l):24-25. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

APPLIED MATERIA MEDICA AND 
THERAPEUTICS 

GRATZINGEK, MAX, Instructor 

Articles 

Peridental trauma. Trans. ISth Arpa Cong., 
Geneva, July, 1933. 

KESEL, ROBERT G., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Dental caries — its modern control. ///. 
Dent. J., 22:769-77?,. 
With E. R. Kirch, J. F. O'Donnell, E. C. IVach 
Influence of ingestion of single amino acids 
on the level of free amino acids in human 
saliva. /. Dent. Res., 32:57-60. 
With J. F. O'Donnell, D. W. Wallace 

Effect of single brushings with combinations 
of dibasic ammonium phosphate and urea 
on human salivary lactobacillus counts. /. 
Amer. Dent. Assn., 4S:8-13. 

Reviews 

A survey of the literature of dental caries, 

by Guttorm Toverud et al. Science, 117: 

436. 
The story of dental caries, by R. W. Bunting. 

/. Amer. Dent. Assn., -17:376. 

O'DONNELL, J. F., Senior Medical 

Technologist 
Articles 

With E. R. Kirch, R. G. Kesel, E. C. Wach 
Influences of ingestion of single amino acids 

on the level of free amino acids in human 

saliva. /. Dent. Res., 32:57-60. 
With R. G. Kesel, D. A. Wallace 

Effect of single brushings with combinations 

of dibasic ammonium phosphate and urea 

on human salivary lactobacillus counts. /. 

Amer. Dent. Assn., 48:9,-13. 

WACH, EDWARD C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With R. G. Kesel, E. R. Kirch, J. F. O'Donnell 
Influence of ingestion of single amino acids 
on the level of free amino acids in human 
saliva. /. Dent. Res., 32:57-60. 

Articles 

With R. G. Kesel, J. F. O'Donnell 

Effect of single brushings with combinations 
of dibasic ammonium phosphate and urea 
on human salivary lactobacillus counts. 
/. Amer. Dent. Assn., 48 :S-\3. 

WALLACE, DONALD A., Professor 
Reviews 

Side effects of drugs, by L. Meyler. /. Amer. 

Dent. Assn., 46:719. 
Antibiotics, by Howard Florey. /. Amer. 

Dent. Assn., 46:7 \9. 
New and nonofficial remedies, 1952 edition. 

/. Amer. Dent. Assn., -^(5:599-600. 
Useful drugs, by Council on Pharmacy and 

Chemistry, A.M. A. /. Amer. Dent. Assn., 

46:ASl. 



CLINICAL DENTISTRY 

ELFENBAUM, ARTHLJR, Associate Professor 
and Chief Examiner in Admitting Clinic 



Articles 

Diagnosis — the key to practice building. /. 
Ontario Dent. Assn., 30:233-235. 

FULL AND REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES 

KUBACKI, W. H., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With Bernard G. Sarnat, Allan G. Brodie 
Fourteen-year report of facial growth in case 
of complete anodontia with ectodermal dys- 
plasia. Amer. J. Dis. Child, 5(5,8:162-169. 

CROWNS AND FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES 

TYLMAN, STANLEY D., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 

Yearbook of dentistry, 1953 edition. Editor in 

Chief. Yearbook Publishing Co., Chicago. 
Crown and bridge prosthesis, 3rd ed. C. V. 
Mosby, St. Louis. 1050 pp. 

Articles 

Crown and bridge prosthesis: a phase of 
restorative dentistry. Ditcrnat. Dent. J., 

2:-157-487. 

HISTOLOGY 

PINDBORG, JENS J., Research Fellow 
Articles 

The pigmentation of the rat incisor as an 
index of metabolic disturbance. Oral Surg. 
Oral Med. Oral Path., 6:780-789. 

SCHOUR, ISAAC, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Books 

Editor: Noyes* oral histology and embry- 
ology, 7th ed. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. 
448 pp. 
Articles 

With C. M. Belting, J. P. Weinmann, a 

M. J. Shetro I 

Age changes in the periodontal tissues of the ' 
rat molar. /. Dent. Res., 32 :332-353. 
With C. M. Belting, M. Massler 

Prevalence and incidence of alveolar bone 
disease in men. 7. Amer. Dent. Assn., 47: 
190-197. 
With S. N. Bhaskar, J. P. Weinmann 

Role of Meckel's cartlidge in the develo])- 
ment and growth of the rat mandible. /. 
Dent. Res., J2:398-410. 

MEDICAL AND DENTAL HISTORY 

TALBOT, NELL SNOW, Associate Professor 

and Assistant to the Dean 
Articles 

The dental student and the study of dental 

hi.story. J. Amer. Coll. Dent., 20:153-160. 

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 

LINK, WALDEMAR A., Assistant Professor \ 

Articles 

Practical considerations in the placement of 
amalgam restorations. /. Amer. Dent. J 
Assn., 19:363-375. % 



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SPENCE, JOHN MONROE, Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

IVith Max S. Sadove, Gordon M. IVyant 

Trichloroethylene in dentistry: general anal- 
gesia. J. Amer. Dent. Assn., ■/7:661-670. 

ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 

LASKIN, DANIEL M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. G. Sarnat 

The metabolism of fresh, transplanted and 

preserved cartilage. Surg., Gyn. Obst., 96: 

493-499. 

OLECH, ELI, Professor and Director of 
Minor Oral Surgery Clinic 

Articles 

Value of implantation of certain chemothera- 
peutic agents in sockets of impacted lower 
third molars. /. Amer. Dent. Assn., 46: 
154-159. 

SARNAT, BERNARD G., Professor and Head 
of Department 

Books 

With I. Schour 

Oral and facial cancer. Reprinted. The Year 
Book Publishers, Inc., Chicago. 304 pp. 

Articles 

The tongue in health and disease. Chap. 17 
in Diseases of the Digestive System, Sidney 
Portis, ed. 3rd ed., pp. 338-370. Lea and 
Febiger, Philadelphia. 
With P. W. Greeley 

Effect of injury upon growth and some com- 
ments on surgical treatment. Plast. Reconstr. 
Surg., ii :39-48. 
With D. M. Laskin 

The metabolism of fresh, transplanted and 
preserved cartilage. Surg., Gyn. Obst., 96: 
493-499. 
With A. J. Sehnan 

A headholder for serial roentgenography of 
the rabbit skull. Atiat. Record, 115:627- 
634. 
With A. G. Brodie, W. H. Kubacki 

A fourteen year report of facial growth in 
a case of complete anodontia with ecto- 
dermal dysplasia. Amer. J. Dis. Child., 86, 
2:162-169. 

SELMAN. ABBE J., Assistant 

Articles 

With B. G. Sarnat 

A headholder for serial roentgenography of 

the rabbit skull. Anat. Record, 115:627- 

634. 

ORTHODONTICS 

BRODIE, ALLAN C, Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

General considerations of the diagnostic prob- 
lem. Angle Orthodontist, 2o: 19-25. 

Muscular factors in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of malocclusion. Angle Orthodontist, 
23:71-77. 

Late growth changes in the human face. 
Angle Orthodontist, 23:146-137. 
With Bernard G. Sarnat, W. Howard Kubacki 

Fourteen-year report of facial growth in a 
case of complete anodontia with ectodermal 
dysplasia. Amer. J. Dis. Child., 86,2:162- 
169. 



ENGEL, MILTON B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Water soluble mucoproteins of the gingiva. 
/. Dent. Res., 32:779. 
With H. R. Catchpole 

Excretion of urinary i)rotein. Proc. Soc. Exp. 
Biol. Med., 8-1:336. 
With N. R. Joseph and H. R. Catchpole 

Equilibrium of calcium and other ions in 
connective tissues. Trans. 5th Conf. Meta- 
bolic Interrelations, N.Y. 

PATHOLOGY — DIVISION OF ORAL 
PATHOLOGY 

BHASKAR, S. N., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Growth pattern of the rat mandible from 13 
days insemination age to 30 days after 
birth. Amer. J. Anat., 92,1:1-53. 
With J. P. Wcinmann, I. Schour 

Role of Meckel's cartilage in the development 
and growth of the rat mandible. /. Dent. 
Res., i2,3:398-410. 

BURSTONE, M. S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Nuclear changes in response to continuous 

irradiation. Arch. Path., 55:55-62. 
The ground substance of abnormal dentin, 
secondary dentin, and pulp calcifications. 
/. Dent. Res., 32,2:269-279. 

MEYER, JULIA, Research As.sociate 

Articles 

With J. P. Weinmann 

Phosjihamidase content of normal and patho- 
logic tissues of the oral cavity. /. Histo- 
cliem. & Cytochem., i:5, 305-314. 

WEINMANN, J. P., Professor and Head of 
Division 

Articles 

With S. N. Bhaskar, I. Schour 

Role of Meckel's cartilage in the development 
and growth of the rat mandible. /. Dent. 
Res., 52,3:398-410. 

With Julia Meyer 

Phosphamidase content of normal and patho- 
logic tissues of the oral cavity. /. Histo- 
chcm. & Cytochem., i, 5:305-314. 

PEDODONTICS 

BARBER, THOMAS K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With M. Mossier 

The palatal plate in pedodontic practice. /. 

Dent. Child., 20:85-92. 
Action of amalgam on dentin. /. Amer. Dent. 

Assn., 47:415-422. 

MASSLER, MAURY, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

With J. D. Zuemer 

Mouthbreathing. II. Diagnosis and treatment. 
J. Amer. Dent. Assn., 46:65S-671. 
With C. M. Belting, I. Schour 

Prevalence and incidence of alveolar bone 
disease in men. /. Amer. Dent. Assn., 47: 
190-197. 
With T. K. Barber 

The palatal plate in pedodontic practice. J. 

Dent. Child., 20:85-92. 
Action of amalgam on dentin. /. Amer. Dent. 
Assn., 47:415-422. 



60 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 

ANATOMY 

BONIN, GERHARDT VON, Professor 
Reviews 

I'unctional neuroanatomy, 2nd ed., by Wen- 
dell T. S. Krieg. /. Comp. Neurol., 98: 
552. ■ 

Some problems in neurophysiology, by F. 
Bremer. /. Comp. Neurol., 95:553. 

Problems of consciousness. Third Conference, 
March 10-11, of the Josiah Macy, Jr., Foun- 
dation, by Harold A. Abramson, ed., /. 
Comp. Neurol., 98:554. 

CIPOLLA, ARTHUR, Instructor 

Articles 

With Lawrence G. Khedroo, Philip A. Casella 
Fluorecein test for intraperitoneal rupture of 
the urinary bladder. Sttrgery, Ji: 102-106. 

COOPER, ARTHUR R., Professor 
Articles 

IVith R. M. Forbes, H. H. Mitchell 

The composition of the adult hurnan body as 
determined by chemical analysis. /. Biol. 
Chem., 20j:359-366. 

FALLS, NANCY GEISSE, Research Assistant 
With Arthur Kirschbaum 

Passive immunization of mice in parabiosis 

against a transplanted lymphosarcoma. 

Cancer Research, 75:741-43. 

KHEDROO, LAWRENCE G., Instructor 
With Arthur Cipolla, Philip A. Casella 

Fluorecein test for intraperitoneal rupture of 
the urinary bladder. Surgery, ji: 102-106. 

KIRSCHBAUM, ARTHUR, Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

With Martha J. Pollak, Joseph Wagner 

Refractoriness in the therapy of transplanted 
mouse leukemia. Cancer Research, ii:39- 
44. 
With Joyce R. Shapiro, Harry W. Mi.rer 
Synergistic action of leukemogenic agents. 
Cancer Research, 13 ■.262-tS. 
With Nancy Geisse Falls 

Passive immunization of mice in parabiosis 
against a transplanted lymphosarcoma. 
Cancer Research, i5:741-43. 

Reviews 

The riddle of cancer, by Charles Oberling, 
translated by William H. Woglom. Ar- 
chives of Path., 5(5:654. 

Chemical induction of cancer, by George 
Wolf. Archives of Path., 56:656. 

KOLLAR, EDWARD J. 

Articles 

Reproduction in the female rat after pelvic 
nerve neurectomy. Anat. Rec, ii5 :641-6S8. 

PLAGGE, JAMES C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Sexual differences in the effects of castration 
on body and thymus weights in albino rats. 
Anat. Rec, 116:237-246. 

PLUMMER, JEWEL I., Instructor 

Articles 

With M. J. Kopac 

The in vitro production of pigment granules. 

In Pigment Cell Growth, Academic Press. 

pp. 309-317. 



With J. C. Wright, R. S. Coidan, L. T. Wright 
In vivo and in vitro effects of chemothera- 
peutic agents on human neoplastic diseases. 
Harlem Hosp. Bull., (5:58-63. 

SHARIFF, GHOUSE AHMED 
Articles 

Cell counts in the primate cerebral cortex. 
/. Comp. Neurol., 95:381-400. 

ZIMMERMANN, ARNOLD A., Professor 

Articles 

With R. R. Gates 

Comparison of skin color with melanin con- 
tent. /. Investig. Dermatol., 2i:339-348. 

Reviews 

Pigment cell growth. Proceedings of the 
Third Conference on the Biology of Normal 
and Atypical Pigment Cell Growth. Arch. 
Biochem. Biophysics, -#(5:258-259. 



BACTERIOLOGY 

LANNI, FRANK, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Y. T. Lanni 

Antigenic structure of bacteriophage. Cold 
Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol., 18. 

LANNI, YVONNE THERY, Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With F. Lanni 

Antigenic structure of bacteriophage. ^ Cold 
Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol., 18:159- 
168. 

NOVAK, MILAN V., Professor and Head of 
Department. Bacteriologist-in-Chief (R & E 
Hospital), Associate Dean of Graduate Col- 
lege for Chicago Professional Colleges 

Articles 

With ^L L. Hemmer, W. I. Taylor 

Effect of antibiotics on phagocytosis in vitro. 
Antibiot. Chemother., 3:771-177. 

TAYLOR, WELTON I., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. L. Hemmer, M. V. Novak 

Effect of antibiotics on phagocytosis in vitro. 

Antibiot. Chemother., 3:77i-777. 

ZWEMER, JACK D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. Massler 

Mouth breathing. II. Diagnosis and treat-, 
ment. /. Amer. Dent. Assn., 4(5:658-671. 

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

BARKULIS, S. S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Ho-vard Gest 

The role of Ci-derivatives in the decomposi- 
tion of formate. Biochemica Biophysica 
Acta, 11:306. 

BERGEIM, OLAF, Professor 

Articles 

With A. L. Sheffncr 

The effect of dietary amino acid levels upon 
the oxidation of 1- and d-amino acids by 
kidney tissue. /. Nutrition, 50:141-148. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 61 



UORWITT. MAX K., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Report on Elgin project No. 3 with emphasis 
on liver dysfunction. Current Research on 
I'itamins in Trophology, 7:67-83. 

Dietary requirements of the aged. /. Ainei. 
Dietetic Assn., 29:5. 

WINZLER. RICHARD J., Professor 

Articles 

Plasma proteins in cancer. Adv. in Cancer 

Res., 1. 
The chemistry of cancer tissue. Physiopath- 
ology of Cancer, Part II, p. 552. 
H'ith Kivie Moldave, Harold E. Pearson 

The incorporation in vitro of C'^ into amino 
acids of control and virus-infected mouse 
brain. /. Biol. Client., 200:357. 
With Thomas C. Britice, Norman Kharasck 
The synthesis of some new thyroxine analogs. 
J. Biol. Chem., IS. 
With Charles M. Grossman, James D. 
Hauschildt 
The conversion of glycrine to serine by 
human liver tissue. Science, ii^,3064:330. 
With William C. Werkhciser 

Separation and determination of ribonucleo- 
tides and related compounds bv ionophoresis 
on filter paper. /. Biol. Chem., 204,2:971- 
9S1. 



CLINICAL SCIENCE 

BEN'JAMIX, FRED B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Sweating response to local heat application. 

/. Applied Physiol., 5:594-598. 
Relationship between injury and pain in the 
human skin. /. Applied Physiol., 5:740-745. 
Influence of local factors on cutaneous in- 
jury and healing. Arch. Dermal. Svphil- 
ology, 65:530-535. 

.ROSSMAX, M. L., Professor 
Articles 

Histological changes in the gastric mucosa 
during digestion and their relationship to 
mucosal growth. Gastroenterology, 25:218- 
231. 

Effect of intragastric irradiation on gastric 
acidity in the dog. Gastroenterology, 24: 
5 1 7-534. 

.\ note on the innervation of the cervical 
portion of the human esophagus. Gastro- 
enterology, 25:375-377. 

I\'V. A. C, Distinguished Professor 
Articles 

Fat absorption in absence of bile and pancre- 
atic juice. Amer. J. Physiol., 174:209-2X8. 

Effect of aureomycin on experimental arteri- 
osclerosis and serum cholesterol levels. 
Arch. Pathol., 56:262-267. 

Lethal effect of intragastric irradiation in tlie 
dog. Amer. J. Physiol., J74:347-351. 

Composition and secretion of the stomach 
juice in vertebrates. Tabulae Biologicae, 
2i:part 2. 

Histological changes in the gastric mucosa 
during digestion and their relationship to 
mucosal growth. Gastroenterology, 25:218- 
231. 

Effect of intragastric irradiation on gastric 
acidity in the dog. Gastroenterology, 24: 
517-534. 



DERMATOLOGY 

BECKER, SAMUEL W., JR., Clinical 
Instructor 

Articles 

iruh H. W. Beard 

Changing antibiotic spectrum. Btill. Amer. 
Soc. Hosp. Pharmacists, i0:488-491. 

CARO, :MARCUS R., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Diagnostic pitfalls of dermal pathology. Arch. 

Dcrmat. Syphil., 67:18-29. 

CORNBLEET, THEODORE, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Dermatology of tomorrow: Some areas for 
dermatologic research. /. Invest. Dermat., 

21:2X5-221. 

Painful injections allayed with cortisone. /. 
Invest. Dermat., 21:273. 

Scratching patterns. /. Invest. Dermat., 20: 
105-109. 
With F. B. Benjamin 

Influence of local factors on cutaneous in- 
jury and healing. Arch. Dermat. .Syphil., 
08:530-535. 

KERSTING, DAVID WILLIAM, Instructor 
Books 

IVitli E. B. Hehmg, H. Montgomery 

Syllabus of dermal pathology; nevi and neo- 
plasms, 2nd ed. Armed Forces Institute of 
Pathology. Washington, 61 pp. 

ROSTENBERG, ADOLPH, JR., Professor 
Articles 

The Shwartzman phenomenon: A review with 

a consideration of some possible derma- 

tological manifestations. Brit. J. Dermat., 

65:389-405. 
With F. J. Scymanski, G. I. Brebis, 

J. B. Haebcrlin, Jr., F. E. Senear 
Experimental studies on sarcoidosis. Arch. 

Dermat. Syphil., 67:306-314. 

Reviews 

Xature and significance of the antibody re- 

sjionse, edited by A. M. Pappenheimer, Jr. 

J.A.M.A., i52:101. 
Immunity: hypersensitivity, serology, by S. 

Raffel, J.A.M.A., 153:72. 

SZVMAXSKI, FREDERICK J., Clinical 
Instructor 

Articles 

With A. Rustenherg, Jr., G. J. Brebis, 
J. B. Haebcrlin, Jr., F. E. Seneor 
E.xperimental studies on sarcoidosis. Arch. 
Dermat. Syphil., 67:306-314. 

WEBER, LEONARD F., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Dermatitis venenata due to native woods. 
Arch. Dermat. Syphil., 67:388-393. 



MEDICINE 

ARKIN, AARON, Professor 
Articles 

Acute pancreatitis. The importance of early 
diagnosis and conservative treatment. Med. 
Clin. N. Amer., 57:199-206. 



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ARMSTRONG, S. HOWARD, JR., Professor 
Articles 

IVitli Youtuans, Mitchell, Leveroos 

Report of the advisory committee on interne- 
ships to the council on medical education 
and hospital of the American Medical As- 
sociation. /. Ainer. Med. Assn., 151:499. 

An evaluation of interneships. J. Student 
A.M. A., 2:30. 

Private beds in medical teaching. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 153 :S2-90. 

RAUMEISTER, CARL F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Kadioiodine tracer and biopsy in the diagnosis 
and treatment of hyperthyroidism. Arch. 
Surgery, 67:80-91. 
With Uuane D. Darling 

Didactic instruction in medicine. J. Med. 
Educ, 28:24-27. 

BERRY, LEONIDAS H., Assistant Clinical 
Professor 

Articles 

Pages 131, 140, 158-165, 177, 189, 241-242, 
257, 286, 287, 288-289, 290, 193-294, 295, 
297 in Conferences on Drug Addiction 
Among Adolescents. Blakiston Publishers, 
New York. 

IVith Walter A. Adams, Norbert Glasscr 

The narcotic problem in an urban community. 
/. Nat. Med. Assn., -^5:51-56. 

BEST, WILLIAM R., Assistaiat Professor 

Articles 

With R. M. Kark, R. C. Muehrcke, 
M. Samter. 
Clinical value of eosinophil counts and eosin- 
ophil response tests. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 
151:702-706. 

BREBIS, C.EORGE J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Experimental studies on sarcoidosia. Arch. 
Derm. Sv/'/!., 67:306-314. 

CATALDO, MARNE, Instructor 
Articles 

With Steven O. Sclnvart.'j 

Some clinical caprices of multiple myeloma: 
15 case reports from a study of 75 cases. 
Ann. Int. Med., 39:6. 

COTSONAS, NICHOLAS J., JR., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With J. F. Fazekas, A. N. Bessman, 
R. W. Alman 
Cerebral hemodynamics in cerebral arterio- 
sclerosis. /. Gerontology, 5:137-145. 

Reviews 

Symposium on treatment of trauma in the 
armed forces. Army Medical Service Gradu- 
ate School. Med. Ann. Dist. Col., 22:164. 

Acute renal failure, including the use of the 
artificial kidney, by J. T. MacLean. G.P., 
5:103-105. 

Encyclopedia of aberrations: a psychiatric 
handbook, by E. Podolsky. Med. Annals 
D.C., 22:442. 

Elementary statistics with applications in 
medicine, by F. Croxton. G.P., 5:121. 

Ballistocardiography, the application of the 
direct ballistocardiograph to clinical medi- 
cine, by W. Dock, H, Mandelbaum and R. 
Mandelbaum. G.P., 5:115. 



DOWLING, HARRY F., Professor and Head 
of Department 

Articles 

Rickettsial diseases. Chapter iti Therapeutics 
in Internal Medicine, Franklin A. Kyser, 
ed. 2nd ed. Hoeber-Harper, N.Y. 

The effect of the emergence of resistant 
strains on the future of antibiotic therapy. 
Antibiotics Annual, Dec, 1953. 
With Mark H. Lepper 

Management of the i)atient with meningitis. 
G.P., 7:47-52. 
With Mark H. Lepper, G. G. Jackson 

When should antibiotics be used in combi- 
nation? J. Amer. Med. Assn., 151 :Sli- 
815. 

Observations of the epidemiological spread of 
antibiotic-resistant staphylococci with meas- 
urements of the changes in sensitivity to 
I)enicillin and aureomycin. Amer. J. Pub. 
Health, 43:860-868. 
With G. G. Jackson, Mark H. Lepper, 
Joseph Seto 

Antagonism and addition from combinations 
of aureomycin and penicillin in the treat- 
ment of pneumococcic infections in mice. 
Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:525-534. 

Comparison of results of treatment of pneu- 
mococcic infections in mice and multiple 
doses of aureomycin and penicillin com- 
bined compared with each drug alone. 
Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:648-656. 
With Mark H. Lepper, George G. Jackson, 
Marvin M. Hirsch 

Epidemiology of penicillin and aureomycin- 
resistant staphylococci in a hospital popu- J 
lation. Arch. Int. Med., 92:40-50. f 

With George G. Jackson 

Adverse effects of antibiotic treatment. G.P., 
5:34-40. 
With M. H. Lepper, G. G. Jackson, 

Barbara Moulton, Sidney Kofman J 

Epidemiology of erythromycin-resistant sta- ^ 
phylococci in a hospital population — effect 
on therapeutic activity of erythromycin. 
Antibiotics Annual, Dec, 1953 

FRANZBLAU, SANFORD A., Clinical 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. P. Marbarger, ct al. 

Altitude stress in subjects with impaired 
cardiorespiratory function. /. Aviation 
Med., 24 :26i-300. 

GINSBERG, ROBERT S., Instructor 

Articles 

With B. J. Weinberg 

A comparative study of banithine and of 
antrenyl in the treatment of duodenalj 
ulcer. Amer. J. Dig. Dis., 20:232-233. 
Clinical experiences with a new spasmalytici 
drug, J.B.30S. Atner. J. Dig. Dis., 20: 
230-231. 

GUMBINER, S. H., Assistant Clinical 
Professor 

Articles 

With J. Keeley 

Mediastinal lipoma. /. Thoracic Surg., 25 : | 

316-323. 

Pedunculated thrombus of left auricle. Angi-^ 
ology, ^:1 14-1 17. 

HICK, FORD K.. Professor 
Articles 

With T. Inouye, R. W. Kecton, J. Losch, 
N. Glickman 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 63 



A comparison of pliysiological adjustments of 
clothed women and men to sudden changes 
in the environment. Heating, Piping and 
I'entilating, Journal Section, Jan. 
ICi>/i T. Inoityc, S. E. Tetscr, R. li'. Kecton 

Effect of relative humidity on heat loss of 
men exposed to environments of 80°, 76°, 
and 72° F. Heating, Piping and Venti- 
lating. Journal Section, July. 

HULL. THOMAS C. Associate Professor 

Books 

With \y. IV. Bauer 

Health education of the public. Portuguese 

ed. W. 15. Saunders Co., Philadelphia. 326 

pp. 

Articles 

With Tom Jones 

Scientific exhibits. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 
i5 7: 1482- 1485. 

JACKSON, C.EORGE C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith H. F. Do-cling, M. H. Lcpper 

When should antibiotics be used in combina- 
tion? J. Amer. Med. Assn., 151:Sli-Sl5. 
Observations on the epidemiological spread of 
antibiotic-resistant staphylococci, with meas- 
urements of the changes in sensitivity to 
penicillin and aureomycin. Amer. J. Pub. 
Health, 4S:860-8()S. 
With E. E. Vicher, J. W. Soska 

Clinical observation of changes in sensitivity 
of bacteria to antibiotics. Amer. J. Clin. 
Path.. 2.-;:297-302. 
Microbiologic flora of chronic cutaneous ul- 
cers; in vitro sensitivity of microbiologic 
flora to three antibiotics, penicillin, strepto- 
mycin and bacitracin. Arch. Surq., 66:283- 
291. 
With M. H. Stretcher, R. Knicring 

Chronic ulcerative colitis; long-term studies 
on clinical and bacteriologic response to 
aureomycin. Gastroenterology, 2S:S72-ST/ . 
With M. H. Leppcr, J. Scto, H. F. Doivling 
Antagonism and addition from combinations 
of aureomycin and iienicillin in the treat- 
ment of pneumococcic infections in mice. 
Amer. J. Med. Sci., .'25:525-534. 
Comparison of results of treatment of pneu- 
mococcic infections in mice with multiple 
doses of aureomycin and jienicillin combined 
comitared with each drug alone. Amer. J. 
Med. Sci., 225:648-656. 
With H. F. Dozvling, M. M. Hirsch 

Epidemiology of penicillin and aureomycin- 
resistant staphylococci in a hospital popu- 
lation. Arch. Int. Med., 92:40-50. 
With H. F. Do'cliny 

Adverse effects of antibiotic treatment. G.P., 
5:34-40. 

KARK. ROBERT M., Professor 
Articles 

Xutritional aspects of blood disease. Thera- 
peutic notes, International Forum, 7:134- 
136. 

Ascorbic acid in relation to cold, scurvy, 
ACTH and surgery. Proc. Nutrition Soc, 
72:279-297. 

Ascorbic acid, stress and the adrenal gland. 
/. Clin. Nutrition, 7:306-308. 
With W. G. Figueroa, F. Sargent, L. Imperiale, 
G. R. Morey, C. R. Paynter, L. J. Vorhaus 

Lack of avitaminosis among alcoholics: its 
relation to fortification of cereal products 
and the general nutritional status of the 
population. /. Clin. Nutrition, 7:179-199. 



With L. J. Vorhaus 

Serum cholinesterase in health and disease. 
Amer. J. Med., 14:707-7X9. 
With W. R. Best, R. C. Muchrcke, M. Samter 
The clinical value of eosinophil counts and 
eosinophil response tests. J. Amer. Med. 
Assn., i5 7: 702-706. 
With J. A. Schocnberger, D. M. Rix, 
.4. Sakamoto, J. Taylor 
Metabolic effects, toxicity and excretion of 
calcium n-cyclohexylsulfamate (sucaryl) in 
man. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:551-559. 

LEPPER, MARK H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Ifith H. F. Do'ding 

Management of the patient with meningitis. 
G.P., 7:47-52. 
With H. F. Dozcling, G. G. Jackson 

When should antibiotics be used in combi- 
nation? /. Amer. Med. Assn., 757:813-815. 
Observations on the epidemiological spread of 
antibiotic resistant staphylococci, with 
measurements of the changes in sensitivity 
to penicillin and aureomycin. Amer. J. 
Pub. Health, -7i:860-868. 
With N. H. Blatt, P. F. Wehrle, M. W. Spies 
Treatment of bacterial meningitis of unusual 
etiology and purulent meningitis of un- 
known origin. Amer. J. Dis. Child, 85: 
295-302. 
With E. Neter 

Round table discussion: antibiotics. Ped., 11: 
270-279. 
With G. G. Jackson, J. Seto, H. F. Dozvling 
Antagonism and addition from combinations 
of aureomycin and penicillin in the treat- 
ment of pneumococcic infections in mice. 
Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:525-534. 
Comparison of results of treatment of pneu- 
mococcic infections in mice with multiple 
doses of aureomycin and penicillin com- 
bined compared with each drug alone. 
Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:648-656. 
With H. F. Dozvling, G. G. Jackson, 
M. ^r. Hirsch 
Epidemiology of penicillin and aureomycin- 
resistant staphylococci in a hospital popu- 
lation. Arch. Int. .Med., 92:40-50. 
With N. H. Blatt 

Reactions following antirabies prophylaxis. 
Amer. J. Dis. Child., ,?6:395-402. 

LICHTEXSTEIX, M. R., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. Caniiemeyer 

Severe para-amino-salicylic acid hypersensi- 
tivity simulating mononucleosis or hepatis. 
/. Amer. .Med. Assn., 752:606-607. 

With .Sumner S. Cohen, Lynn Johnson, 
William J. Lynch 
A comjiarative study of streptomycin and di- 
hydrostreptomycin in pulmonary tubercu- 
losis. Amer. Rev. T.B., 68:229-237. 

LIMARZI, LOUIS R., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Infectious mononucleosis, by Sidney Leibo- 
witz. Acta Haemat., 10:127. 

LITTMAX, ARMAND, Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With H. Schoolman, L. R. Pascale, 

L. .\I . Bernstein 
Arterenol as an adjunct to the treatment of 

paroxysmal tachycardia. Amer. Heart J., 

■76:146-149. 



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LITTMAN, ARMAND (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

IVith B. IV. Fox, M. I. Grossman, A. C. Ivy 
Effect of intragastric irradiation on gastric 
acidity in the dog. Gastroenterology, 24: 
517-534. 
With B. W. Fox, H. Schoolman, A. C. Ivy 
Lethal effect of intragastric irradiation in 
the dog. Amer. J. Physiol., 174:347-351. 

MONT(;OMERY, MAX M., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

IVith Simon Zivin, Irving E. Steck 

Certain aspects of ACTH and cortisone 
therapy in older patients with rheumatoid 
arthritis. /. Amer. Geriatrics Soc, i:9-18. 
IVith Warren H. Cole, William J. Grove 

Use of ACTH and cortisone in surgery. Ann. 
Surg., 137:7X9,-730. 
With others 

Rheuniati.sm and arthritis. Review of Ameri- 
can and English Literature of recent years. 
Tenth rheumatism review. Ann. Int. Med., 
.?9:498-618, 757-906. 

MOSKO, MILTON M., Associate Clinical 
Profes.sor 

Articles 

Penicillin anaphylaxis. 7. Amer. Med. Assn. 
151:Feh. 

PAUL, JEROME T., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Charcot joint in diabetes mellitus. Amer. 

Pract., 4:A9-Sl. 
Calcified cyst of the pancreas. Amer. J. Dig. 

Dis., 20:136-137. 

PERLMAN, LAWRENCE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. Bernstein, W. C. Maslow, S. Scatliff 
Gout in a negro woman. /. Amer. Med. 
Assn., 151:726. 

PFUETZE, KARL H., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With E. J. Des Aittels 

Chemotherapy of miliary and meningeal 
tuberculosis in the adult. Amer. Rev. 
Tuberculosis, 65:912-925. 

SAMTER. MAX, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Should one use ACTH and adrenal corticos- 
teroids in seasonal allergies? /. Allergy, 
24:S56-5S7. 
With B. Z. Rappaport, H. R. Catchpole, 
F. Schiller 
The mucoproteins of the nasal mucosa of 
allergic patients before and after treatment 
with corticotropin. /. Allergy, 24:35-51. 
With W. R. Best, R. M. Kark, R. C. Muehrcke 
Clinical value of eosinophil counts and eosino- 
phil response tests. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 
151:702-706. 
With M. A. Kofoed, W. Pieper 

A factor in lungs of anaphylactically shocked 
guinea pigs which can induce eosinophilia 
in normal animals. Blood, 5:1078-1090. 

SAPHIR, WILLLA.M, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Spontaneous hypoglycemia in acute gastro- 
enteritis. Amer. J. Dig. Dis., 20:138. 



SCHOENRERGER, JAMES A., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With Robert .M. Kark 

Metabolic effects, toxicity and excretion of 
calcium n-cyclohe.\ylsulfamate (sucaryl) in 
man. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:551-559. 

SPELLHERG, M. A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Vital hepatitis. Chapter in Diseases of the 
Digestive Tract, ed. by S. A. Portis. 3rd 
ed. 
Gastritis: its clinical significance with special 
emphasis on the tumor-simulating variety. 
Med. Clin. N. Amer., 37:41. 
With I. E. Kirsh 

Examination of small intestine with carbaxy- 
methyl cellulose. Radiology, 60:701. 

STEIGMAN, FREDERICK, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Carcinoma of the stomach. Med. Clin. N. 

Amer., 37:63-85. 
Chronic diarrhea — diagnosis and manage- 
ment. J. Ind. Med. Assn., 46:207-2X2. 
With W. H. Shalaes, S. Mintzer, C. Schaefer 
An amebiasis complement fixation test in the 
diagnosis of intestinal amebiasis. Gastro- 
enterology, 23:70-73. 
With R. Firestcin, J. De La Huerga 

Studies on the effect of intravenously admin- 
istered choline chloride in patients with 
and without liver disease. Gastroenter- 
ology, 24:44-52. 
With L. Hardt, A. Weiss 
Gastric ulcer: its diagnosis and differentiation 
by gastroscopic and roentgenological ex- 
amination. Amer. J. Dig. Dis., 20:253-257 . 
With E. M. Goldberg, H. M. Schoolman 

The effect of emulsifying agents (tween 60 
and span 60) on the gastrointestinal tract. 
Amer. J. Dig. Dis., 20:380-384. 

STENN, FREDERICK, Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

Antiquitv of medicine. Post-Grad. Med., 13: 

579. 
William Beaumont. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 

152:9X5. 
A museum of medical science for Chicago. 

///. Med. J., 162:224. 
Need for a comprehensive audio-visual aid 

medical centre. Science, 118:754. 
Teaching thru medical exhibits. Bull. Hist. 

Med., 17:482. 

STREICHER, MICHAEL H., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With George G. Jackson, Robert Kniering 
Chronic ulcerative colitis; long-term studies on 
clinical and bactenologic response to aureo- 
mycin. Gastroenterology, 23:572-577. 

THOMPSON, WILLARD O., Clinical 
Professor 

Articles 

Aging comes of age. /. Amer. Geriatrics 

Soc, l:X-2. 
Changing concepts in thyroid physiology and 

therapy. /. Clin Endocrin. & Metab., 13 : 

457-464; Trans. Amer. Goiter Assn., 1952, 

pp. 282-289. 

TRAUT, EUGENE F., Attending Physician 
Books 

Rheumatic diseases, diagnosis and treatment. 
C. V. Mosby & Co., St. Louis. 896 pp. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 65 



Articles 

IVitli Alva A. Knight, Paul Scanto, 
Edward II'. Passarelli 
Specific vascular changes in gout. Proc. Inst. 
Med.. Chicago, i9:30S. 
Ifiih E. F. Domitio, E. IV. Pelikan 

Nalorphine (nalliiie) antagonism to racenior- 
phan (dromoran) intoxication. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 153:26,27. 
nith T. O. Cheng, R. C. Jahanis 

Extreme hyperglycemia and severe ketosis 
with spontaneous remission of diabetes 
mellitus. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 752:1531- 
1533. 

\ANDERKLOOT, ALBERT, Clinical 

Professor 
Articles 

Esophageal hiatus hernia. /. Amer. Geric. 

Soe., i:138. 

WEXG, LORRAIXE, Instructor 
Reviews 

Food in health and disease, by Katherine 
Mitchell and Margaret C. Bernard. A)ner. 
J. of Nursing, 5.-! -.742. 

Modern trends in infant nutrition and feed- 
ing, by Jonathan T. Lanman. /. Amer. 
Dietet. Assn., 29:478. 

Infant feeding and feeding difficulties, by 
Philip Rainsford Evans and Ronald Mac- 
keith. /. Amer. Dietet. Assn., 29:920. 

WOLF. ALEXANDER, Clinical Associate 

Articles 

ICi>/i H. S. Hartley 

Treatment of allergic diseases with pyromen. 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, S2:26\-262. 



NEUROLOGY AND NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

AMADOR, LUIS V., Instructor 
Articles 

Treatment of psychomotor states by anterior 
temporal lobectomy. A.R.N. M.D., ii:341- 
346. 

BAILEY, PERCIVAL, Distinguished Professor 
Articles 

Cortex and minds. Chapter 2 in Midcentury 
Psychiatry (Grinker, ed.), Chas. C. Thomas, 
Springfield, pp. 8-22. 
Treatment of psychomotor states by anterior 
temporal lobectomy. A.R.N. M.D., ii:341- 
347. 
Illinois Psychiatric Research Council. Wel- 
fare Bulletin, -^5:5-14. 

BUCY, PAUL C, Professor 
Articles 

Xeoplasms of Central Nervous System simu- 
lating degenerative disease of spinal cord. 
/. Amer. Med. Assn., i5i :612-619. 

Meningiomas of the posterior fossa. Surg. 
Gynec. Obstet.. 96:183-192. 

Controlled hypotension. /. Neurosurgery, 10: 
272-283. 

Nonchromaffin paragangioma of the jugular 
foramen. J. Neurosurgery, 10:663-671. 

GARVIX, JOHX S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Psychomotor epilepsy: a clinico-encephalo- 
graphic syndrome. /. Nervous and Mental 
Disease, 117:1-8. 
Infectious mononucleosis with Guillain-Barre 
Syndrome: report of a case. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 151:293-294. 



GIBBS, FREDERIC A., Professor 
Articles 

Treatment of psychomotor states by anterior 
temporal lobectomy : a report of progress. 
A.R.N..\l.D.. .^7:341-346. 
Electorencephalograms of non-epileptic psy- 
chotic patients awake and asleep. Arch. 
Nciiro. & Psych., 69:707-712. 

LICHTENSTEIN, BEN WILLIAM, Clinical 

Professor 

Articles 

Neuropatliologic considerations for the general 
pathologist. Amer. J. Clin. Path., 23:232- 
236. 
Clinical pathologic conference. Neurology, 3: 
226-230. 

MACKAY, ROLAND P., Professor 
Books 

Yearbook of neurology, psycliiatry and neuro- 
surgery. 1952 ed. Yearbook Publishers, 
1953. 

Articles 

Multiple sclerosis, its onset and duration. 

Medical Clinics North Amer., 36:2. 
Memory as a biological function. Amer. J. 

Psych., 109:721. 

015ERHILL, H. R., Instructor 

Articles 

Neoplasms of central nervous system simu- 
lating degenerative diseases of spinal cord. 
/. Amer. Med. Assn., 151:612-619. 

SUGAR, OSCAR, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Central neurological complications of hypopara- 
thyroidism. Arch. Neurol. & Psych., 70: 
86-107. 
Surgical separation in craniopagus. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 153:201-207. 

VERBRUGGHEX, ADRIEN, Professor 
Articles 

Diagnosis and treatment of gliomas in the 
aged. J. Amer. Geriatrics Soc, 1:2. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

ALLEN, EDWARD D., Clinical Professor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

The vaginal approach in gynecological surgery. 
Surg. Clinics North Amer., 33:193-207. 

DARO, AUGUST F., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. II'. Rubinstein, H. A. Gollin 

Evaluation of simultaneous views of 
cytology and biopsy in the diagnosis of 
carcinoma of the cervi.x. Amer. J. Obstet. 
Gynec, 65:364-375. 

U'ith W. Schiller, H. A. Gollin. 
N. P. Primiano 
Small preulcerative invasive carcinoma of the 
cervix: the spray carcinoma. Amer. J. 
Obstet. Gynec, 65:1088-1098. 

With H. S. Lans, H. A. Gollin, E. Nora, Jr. 
Hypokalemia due to persistent vomiting dur- 
ing pregnancy. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 153: 
1012-1015. 

FALLS, FREDERICK H., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Bleeding late in pregnancy. Surg. Clinics 
North Amer., 33:17-26. 



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FALLS, FREDERICK H. (continued) 
Articles (continued) 

A comparison of tlie low cervical and classical 

Cesarean section operations. Amey. J. 

Ohstet. Gynec, (55:707-7 15. 
Urinary incontinence in women. Miss. ]'at. 

MedU. J., 75:86-88. 
Secondary dysmenorrhea. Amcr. J. Obstet. 

Gvnec, 66:S\6-819. 
With H. Scred, /?. P. Zummo 

Recent trends in the management of tuber- 
culosis of the cervix. J. Intcrnat. Col. 

Surgeons, 20:W9-4]9. 
The treatment of female genital tuberculosis 

with streptomycin and para-aminosalicylic 

acid. Aiiier. J. Obstet. Gynec, 66:823-829. 
With .S. I. Ccy~, A. B. Ragins 

Dysgerniinoina of the every in 17-year-old 

negro girl. Case report. A»ier. J. Obstet. 

Gynec, (5(5:897-898. 

Reviews 

Review' of the gynecological literature for the 
service volume of the Cyclopedia of Medi- 
cine, Surgery and Specialties. F. A. 
Davis Co., Pub. Philadelphia. 

KANTER, AARON E., Clinical Profes.sor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

Ovarian tumors. Snrq. Clinics North Ainer., 
ii,l:279-29S. 

LASH, ABRAHAM F., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Limitations of surgery in the treatment of 
carcinoma of the cervix. Surg. Clinics 
North Amer., .'5,1:231-240. 
With F. Rubovits, N. Cooper>nan 

Habitual abortion: a radiographic technique 
to demonstrate the incompetent os of the 
cervix. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, (56:269- 
280. 
With A. M. Antonow 

The "phase-contrast" microscope. LIse in the 
diagnosis of cervical and endometrial 
carcinoma. Obstet. and Gynec, 2:584-589. 

MAUZEY, AR^L\^•D J., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Pelvic surgery in the elderly psychiatric 
woman. Amer. Geriatrics Soc, 1:272-279. 

REZEK, CEORC.E H., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The effect of a new potent uterine relaxing 
factor of the corpus luteuni in the treat- 
ment of dysmenorrhea. Amcr. J. Obstet. 
Gynec, 66:396-402. 

SEREI), HARRY, Clinical Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. H. Falls, B. P. Zummo 
The treatment of female genital tuberculosis 
with streptomycin and para-aminosalicylic 
acid. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 66:823- 
829. 
Recent trends in the management of tuber- 
culosis of the cervix. J. Internat. Col. 
Surgeons, 20:409-419. 

WOLFF, JOHN R., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Voluntary health insurance on trial. ///. State 
.Med. J., 104:]49-\52. 



With M. A. Rosner 

Postpartum anemia. Obstet. Gvnec, 7:387- 

398. 
The tragedy of ovarian cancer. /. Amcr. 

Geriatrics Soc, i:410-413. 



ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

CHANDLER, F. A., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Repair of ruptured patellar tendon with air- 
plane control cable. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 
153:1093. 
With R. A. Adams 

Osteitis pubis. /. Bone & Joint Surg., ?5-A: 
685-696. 
With P. H. Dickinson 

The recording oscillometer in orthopaedic 
practice. /. Amer. Med. Assn., i52 :901-903. 

LAMHERT, C. N., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Preliminary survey on femoral-head pros- 
theses. J. Bone and Joint Surg., 35-A : 
489-494. 

LIDGE, R.. T., Instructor 
Articles 

With F. A. Chandler 

Charcot-Marie-tooth disease. /. Ped., -IS: 
152-163. 

MARSHALL, W. A., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Reviews 

Das Ulkus Des Magens Und. Zwolffinger- 
darms, Als Problem Eines Schutzstoffman- 
gels. H. Ramb. Radiol., 67:655. Georg 
Thieme, Stuttgart. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

ANDREWS, ALBERT H., JR., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Tracheotomy tube for inhalational therapy. 
Trans. Amer. Acad. Oplith. & OtoL, 57: 
632. 
With Marvin J. Tamari 

Treatment of anterior laryngeal stenosis by 
tantalum plate implant. ///. Med. J., 103:3. 

FABRICANT, NOAH D., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Effect of progressively buffered solution of 
ephedrine on nasal mucosa. /. Amer. Med. 
Assn., 151:21. 

FOGLE, CATHERINE LEE, Assistant 
Professor in Audiology 

Articles 

Children and wearable hearing aids. .4udeci- 
bel, J. Soc. Hearing Aid Audiologists, 11,2: 
10-12. 

FRIEDBERG, STANTON A., Clinical 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

Present day intern training in relation to 
otolaryngology. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophth. 
& OtoL, 57:813-822. 
With Linden J. Wallner 

Selected problems in the diagnosis of laryngeal 
carcinoma. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophth. & 
OtoL, 57:539-552. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 67 



HOLINc;ER. PAUL H., Professor in 

B ronchoesophagology 
Articles 

Diagnostic bronchoscopic techniques. Excerpta 

Medica, 6:134. 
Bronchial obstruction: its significance in 
pulmonary disease. /. Kentucky State Med. 
Assn., 5i:494-49S; Dig. Ophth. and Otol., 
(5:95-99. 
With William F. Rabbett 

Late development of laryngeal and pharyngeal 
carcinoma in previously irradiated areas. 
Laryngoscope, 6,? : 1 05- 1 1 2. 
With A. Oyamada, B. M. Casut 

Agenesis of the lung. Amer. J. Dis. Children, 

*5: 182-201. 

With Kenneth C. Johnston, Robert J. McMahon 

The broadening indications for tracheotomy in 

the aged. /. Amer. Geriatrics Sac, J:47-51. 

With J. Bigler, Kenneth C. Johnston 

Congenital and acquired lesions necessitating 
tracheotomy in infants under one year of 
age. Excerpta Medica, <5:171. 
With Robert J. McMahon, Kenneth C. Johnston 

Rhinoscleroma. ///. Med. J., 6:341-343. 
With Max S. Sadove, Kenneth C. Johnston 
The use of apolamine as a preoperative anti- 
nausea agent for laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy 
and esophagoscopy. Laryngoscope, 6i:48S- 
487. 
With Marvin J. Tamari, Stanley H. Bear 
Corrosive esophagitis due to nitric acid. 
Laryngoscope, 6S:7S9-S07. 

HOLLENDER, ABRAHAM R., Professor 
Emeritus 

Books 

The pharynx-basic aspects and clinical prob- 
lems. Yearbook Publishers, Chicago. 

Articles 

Sore mouth. Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Mon., 

52:28-35. 
Regrowth of nasal polyps. Eye, Ear, Nose & 

Throat .Mon.. 32:635-639. 

HORWITZ. IRWIN D., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Radical neck dissection for Hodgkin's disease. 
Arch. OtoL, 57:515-517. 

JOHNSTON, KENNETH C. Clinical 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Robert J. McMahon, Paul H. Holinger 
The broadening indications for tracheotomy in 
the aged. /. Amer. Geriatrics Sac, i:47-51. 
With Paul H. Holinger, J. Bigler 
Congenital and acquired lesions necessitating 
tracheotomy in infants under one year of 
age. Excerpta Medica, 6:171. 
With Paul H. Holinger, Robert J. McMahon 

Rhinoscleroma. 111. Med. J., 6:341-343. 
With Paul H. Holinger, Max S. Sadove 

The use of apolamine as a preoperative anti- 
nausea agent for laryngoscopy, broncho- 
scopy and esophagoscopy. Laryngoscope, 
6i:789-807. 

LEDERER, FRANCIS L., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Prevention of Iatrogenic trauma in otolaryn- 
gology. J. Int. Col. Surg., 19 ■.43-52. 

Reviews 

Medicine of the Year, John Youmans, ed. 
Section on Otolaryngology, 1953. 



IPiV/i Burton J. Soboroff 

Medical progress, 1953, Morris Fishbein, ed. 
Chapter 13, Ear, Nose and Throat, pp. 
191-203. 

Cyclopedia of medicine, surgery, and special- 
ties, service vol. Otolaryngology, 1953, pp. 
429-447. 
With Richard E. Marcus 

Modern treatment, a guide for general prac- 
tice, Austin Smith and Paul L. Werner, ed. 
Chapter 36, Otolaryngologic Diseases, pp. 
751-758. 



LESHIN, NORMAN, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Correlation of clinical otitis externa with 
mycobacteriologic studies. Arch. Otol., 58: 
716-725. 
With L. Oliner, M. Taubenhaus, 
Theodore Shapira 
Nonsyphilitic interstitial keratitis and bilateral 
deafness. Neiv England J. Med., 2-^5 : 1001- 
1008. 
With A. Leivy, S. Shapiro 

Progress in otolaryngology. Arch. Otol., 58: 
205-232. 

LEWIS, G. KENNETH, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Healing of wounds due to special agents, 
sonic, thermal, chemical and electrical in- 
juries. In Surgery of Trauma, pp. 31-34. 

Bony defects of the head repaired with 
cancellous bone. Amer. J. Surg., 55:83-90. 

Treatment of burns. Ind. Med. & Surg., 22: 
14-18. 

Treatment of old depressed fractures of the 
zygoma. /. Oral Surg., ii: 101-104. 

Carcinoma of the lip. Eye, Ear, Nose & 
Throat Mon., 32:251-253. 

The use of the patch graft in extensive skin 
loss. Plastic & Reconstructive Surg., 12: 
116-122. 



LEWY, ROBERT B., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Secobarbital burns. Arch. Otol.. 57:210. 

A critical evaluation of medical and surgical 
therapy in Meniere's disease. Amer. Pract. 
& Digest of Treat., 4:53A-536. 

Gear-power detachable laryngoscope holder 
and simplified position for direct laryngo- 
scopy. Arch. Otol., 55:444-445. 

Simplified system for lynch suspension 
laryngoscopy. Arch. Otol., 55:638-639. 

With E. M. Skolnik, B. J. Soboroff, 
F. Schiller 
Rhinogenous intracranial complications in the 
antibiotic era. Ann. Otol. RhinoL, Laryng.. 

62:548-571. 



SCHILLER, FILMORE, Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With B. Z. Rappaport et al. 

The mucoproteins of the nasal mucosa of the 

allergic patient before and after treatment 

with corticotropin. /. Allergy. 24:35-52. 
With R. B. Lewy. E. M. Skolnik, 

B. J. Soboroff 
Rhinogenous intracranial complications in the 

antibiotic era. Ann. Otol., Rhinol., 

Laryng.. 62:548-571. 



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SCHOOLMAN, JOSEPH C, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Neoplasms of the mouth and oropharynx, 
Chapter 24 in The Pharynx, by A. H. 
Hollender, pp. 418-441. Yearbook Publish- 
ers, Chicago. 
Neoplasms of the nasopharynx. Chapter 25 
in The Pharynx, by A. H. Hollender, pp. 
442-463. Yearbook Publishers, Chicago. 

SKOLNIK, EMANUEL M., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With R. B. Lewy, F. Schiller, B. J. Soboroff 
Khinogenous intracranial complications in the 
antibiotic era. Ann. Otol., RhinoL, Lar\ng., 
62:548-.=;71. 
Applied anatomy of the mouth and pharynx. 
Chapter in The Pharynx, by A. H. Hol- 
lender. Yearbook Publishers, Chicago. 

SOBOROFF, BURTON J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Deep infections of the neck. Chapter in 
The Pharynx, by A. H. Hollender. Year- 
book Publishers, Chicago. 
With R. B. Lewy, F. Schiller, E. M. Skolnik 
Rhinogenous intracranial complications in the 
antibiotic era. Ann. Otol. RhinoL, Larxng., 
62:548-57L 

Reviews 

With Francis L. Lederer 

^Medical Progress, 1953, Morris Fishbein, ed. 
Chapter 13, Ear, Nose and Throat, pp. 
191-203. 

Cyclopedia of medicine, surgery and special- 
ties, service volume. Otolaryngologv, 1953, 
pp. 429-447. 

TAMARI, MARVIN J., Professor 
Articles 

Growth of cholesteatoma. Eye, Ear, Nose 

Throat Mon., 32:247-250. 
Auditory tube and tympanic cavity during 
embryonal fetal and prenatal life. Arch. 
Otol., 53:626-647. 
With Louis Weinstein 

Chronic serous otitis media, Eye, Ear, Nose 
Throat Mon., 52:387-389. 
li'ith Robert Henner 

Silent cholesteatoma. Arch. Otol., 57:674- 

680. 
Otogenic intracranial complications in the 
antibiotic era. Ann. Otol., RhinoL, Laryng., 
62:27. 
inth Paul Ittkin 

Studies of syphilis of the ear and penicillin. 
Amer. J. Med. Sci., 225:427-445. 
With Paul H. Holinger, Stanley H. Bear 
Corrosive esophagitis due to nitric acid. 
Laryngoscope, 63:79,9-9,07 . 
With Albert H. Andrews, Jr. 

Treatment of anterior laryngeal stenosis by 
tantalum plate implant. ///. Med. J., 103: 
175-178. 
With Paul B. Szanto 

Morphologic changes in penicillin treated cases 
of otitis media, Amer. J. Path., 29 :Z, 597. 
With Edward B. Weisman 

Massive osteoma of the ethmoid sinus. Ann. 
Otol., RhinoL, Laryng., dJ:1123. 
With Stanley H. Bear 

Surgical management of mucoceles of the 
frontal sinus. /. Int. Col. Surg., 20:269- 
285. 



\\.\LLNER, LINDEN J., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Tuberculous otitis media. Laryngoscope, 63: 
1058-1077. 
]l''ith Stanton A. Friedberg 

Selected problems in the diagnosis of laryn- 
geal carcinoma. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophth. 
Otol., 57:519-552. 
Selected problems in the diagnosis of laryn- 
geal carcinoma. Arch. Otol., 55:521-535. 



PATHOLOGY 

BENNETT. GRANVILLE A., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

The bones. Chap. 42 in Pathology, by W. A. 

D. Anderson (ed.), 2nd ed. 
The joints. Chap. 43 in Pathology, by \V. A. 
1). Anderson (ed.), 2nd cd. 

Reviews 

Multiple myeloma, by I. Snapper. Arck. 

Path., 56:655. 
Bone tumors, by Louis Lichtenstein. Arch. 
Path., 56:655-656. 

CATCHPOLE, HUBERT R., Research 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

With B. Z. Rappaport, M. Samter, F. Schiller 
The mucoproteins of the nasal mucosa before 
and after treatment with cortisone. J. 
Allergy, 24:35. 
With M. B. Engel 

Excretion of urinary mucoprotein following 
parathyroid extract in rats. Proc. Soc. 
Exper. Biol. & Med.. 84:336. 

GOODMAN, MORRIS, Research Associate 

Articles 

IVith Dan H. Campbell 

Differences in antigenic specificity of human 
norma! adult, fetal, and sickle cell anemia 
hemoglobin. Blood, J. Hematology, 8:422- 
433. 

HASS, GEORGE M., Professor 

Articles 

With I. T. Rieger, F. J. Wahl 

Experimental substitution of the common bile 
duct with an autologous ureteral graft. 
/. Urology, 69. 
With Clarence W. Monroe, Richard H. Andresen 
A study of the problem of homografting by 
means of parabiosis in rabbits. Plastic and 
Reconstructive Surgery, 2. 
With Raymond A. Clasen, David V. L. Brown, 
Seymour Leavitt 
The production by liquid nitrogen of acute 
closed cerebral lesions. Surg. Gxnec. 
Obstet., 96:605-616. 
With C. Bruce Taylor 

Quantitative studies of experimental produc- 
tion and treatment of acute closed cerebral 
injury. Arch. Neurol, and Psych., 69:145- 
170. ■ 

KRAKOWER, CECIL A., Professor 
Articles 

With D. J. Lowell, S. A. Greenspan, J. A. Bain 

Metabolic activity of renal cortical tubular 

epithelial cells. Amer. J. Physiol., 172:709. 

MCGREW, ELIZABETH A., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The integration of e.xfoliative cytology with 
general pathology. ///. Med. J., 103:334. 



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With Leo M. Sreebny 

Fatal agranulocytosis due to tridione therapy. 
Oral Surg., Oral Med., Oral Path., d:1301. 
Reviews 

The pathology of diabetes mellitus, by 
Shields Warren aiid Philip M. LeCompte. 
Arch. Path.. 55:438. 
Heredity in uterine cancer, by Douglas P. 
-Murphy. Arch. Path., 55:255. 

NEDZEL, ALEXANDER J., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With P. D. Carpenter 
Toxicity of morphine sulfate in white mice 

under the influence of positive i>ressure. 

/. Aviation Med., 2-/: 140-142. 

PIRANI, CONRAD L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With S. M. Levinson 

Effect of vitamin C deficiency on healed 
wounds. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 82: 
95-99. 
Reviews 

Basic medical physiology, by W. B. Youmans. 

Arch. Path., 55:256. 
Pathology of the heart, bv S. E. Gould. 
Arch. 'Path., 56:654. 

SAPHIR, OTTO, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Nonrheumatic inflammatory diseases of the 
heart. Chap. 9 in Pathology of the Heart, 
ed. by S. E. Gould. 
Neoplasms of the pericardium and heart. 
Chap. 12 in Pathologx of the Heart, ed. by 
S. E. Gould. 
Appendix. Gross examination of the heart, 
injection of coronary arteries, weights and 
measurements of the heart. Chap. 14 in 
Pathology of the Heart, ed. S. E. Gould. 
With Margaret C. Littman, Maurice Lev 
Endophlebohypertrophy and phlebosclerosis, 
III. The left innominate vein and su- 
perior vena cava. Angiology, •/:4. 
M'ith R. Langendorf 

Nonspecific myocarditis in acute rheumatic 
fever. Amer. Heart J., 46:432. 
Reviews 

Die Fruhdiagnose des Uteruscarcinoms, by 

Hans Limburg. Arch. Path., 55:3. 
Tuberkuloseablauf im Korper, bv Reiner W. 
Muller, Arch. Path., 55:438. 

SZANTO, PAUL B., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Pathology of the pharynx. Chap. 3 in The 
Pharynx, ed. by A. R. Hollender. 

THOMPSON, T. ROBERT, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Carcinsarcoma of the esophagus. (Report of 

a case with autopsy findings). /. Thoracic 

Surg., 25:261-264. 
Demonstration of pulmonary- disease by the 

use of macroscopic (Christeller) sections. 

Lab. Invest., 2:242-244. 

TSENG, HSL\NG-LEN, Clinical Assistant 

Articles 

With F. Roulet 

Cardiac involvement in miliary tuberculosis. 
Amer. Rev. Tuberculosis, 68:771-774. 



PEDIATRICS 

GROSSMAN, HERBERT J., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With O. Sugar, P. W. Greeley 

Surgical separation in craniopagus. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 155:201-207. 

RICHMOND, JULIUS B., Professor 
Articles 

With E. L. Lipton 
Chronic familial nonspherocytic hemolytic 
anemia. Pcdiat., J2:384-387. 
With H. J. Grossman, S. L. Lustman 

A hearing test for newborn infants. Pcdiat., 
ii:634-638. 
With G. H. Pollock 

Nutritional anemia in children. Psychosomatic 

.1/rd., 75:477-484. 
Psychologic aspects of infant feeding. /. 
Amer. Diet. Assn., 29:656-659. 

SANFORD, HEYWORTH N., Professor and 

Head of Department 

Articles 

Some problems in care of newborn. /. Med. 

Assn. Ga., 42:369-372. 
Reviews 

El premature, by T. O. Polleri. /. Dis. Child., 

85:384. 
Medicina infantil, by S. P. Ganahan. Dis. 

Child., 85:704. 
Vaccination par le B.C.Ci., by R. Mande and 

A. Heut. J. Dis. Child., 85:120. 
Estreptomicina y nueors antibiotics en la 

terapeutica infantil, by J. M. Albores. 

7. Dis. Child., 55:119. 
Les feuillets du pediatre, by G. Bleckman. 

J. Dis. Child., 85:391. 
Tesauoris noses en el nino, by M. L. Saludin 

de Rodriquez, E. Peluffo and A. Volpe. 

J. Dis. Child., 85:391. 
Terapeutica clinica infantil, by J. B. Morin 

and L. C. Mateo. /. Dis. Child., 85:393. 



PHARMACOLOGY 

BAIN, JAMES A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With H. Langcmann, T. M. Brody 

In vitro effects of ouabain on slices and 
mitochondrial preparations from heart and 
brain. /. Pharmacol. Exp. Therap., 108: 
274-280. 
JVith D. J. Lo'vell, S. A. Greenspon, 
C. A. Krakower 
Metabolic activity of renal cortical tubular 
epithelial cells. .4mer. J. Physiol., 172: 
709-717. 
With R. I. Wang 

Cytochrome enzymes in the brain and liver 
of chronically morphinized rats. /. Phar- 
macol. Exper. Therap., 1(18:349-353. 
Analgesics and enzymes of the cytochrome 
brain. /. Pharmacol. Exper. Therap., 108: 
354-361. 

CAMP, WALTER J. R., Professor 
Articles 

Toxicologic problems. Pages 1090-1102 in 
Modern Treatment, edited by Austin Smith 
and Paul L. Wermer. 
Reviews 

Pharmacology and toxicology of uranium 
compounds, by Carl Coegtlin. Arch. Path., 
56:229. 



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DOMINO, EDWARD I-"., Instructor 
Articles 

irUh B. Mills 

Effects of epinephrine and norepinephrine on 
electrically induced seizures. /. Pharmacol. 
Exper. Therap., J07:204-218. 

Influence of thyroidectomy and thyroid hor- 
mones on electrically induced seizures in 
rabbits. Arch. Int. Pharmacodyn., 94 •.225- 
234. 
With E. W. Pelikan, E. F. Traut 

Nalormorphine (Nalline) antagonism to race- 
morphan (Dromoran) intoxication. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 153 ■.26-27. 

PFEIFFER, CARL C, Professor 
Articles 

Pain and insomnia. Pages 470-482 in Modern 

Treatment, edited by Austin Smith and 

Paul L. Wermer. 
With R. H. Reillv, K. F. Killam, E. H. Jenney, 

W. H. Marshall, T. Tausig, 

Nathaniel S. Aptcr 
Convulsant effects of isoniazid. /. Amer. 

Med. Assn., i52:1317-1321. 

PRESTON, JAMES P.., Instructor 

Articles 

With E. F. Van Maanen 

Effects of frequency of stimulation on the 
paralyzing dose of neuromuscular blocking 
agents. /. Pharmacol. Exper. Therap., 107: 
165-171. 

SHERROD, THEODORE R., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With hi. /. Zubaidi 

Atrolactamide [Themisone, M-144] : its de- 
termination, absorption and excretion. /. 
Pharmacol. Exper. Therap., 709:148-156. 
With W. P. Blackmore, V. E. Wilson 

The effects of histamine on renal hemo- 
dynamics. /. Pharmacol. Exper. Therap., 
109:206-213. 

UNNA, KLAUS R., Professor 

Articles 

M^ith W. H. Funderburk 

Site of action of 2,2-diethyl 1,3-propanediol 

(Prenderol) on the central nervous system. 

/. Pharmacol. Exper. Therap., 707:344-355. 
With W. H. Funderburk, E. E. King, 

E. F. Domino 
Pharmacological properties of benzazoles. II. 

Sites of action in the central nervous sys- 
tem. /. Pharmacol. Exper. Therap., 107: 

356-367. 
With E. W. Pelikan, J. E. Tether 

Sensitivity of myasthenia gravis patients to 

tubocurarine and decamethonium. Neurology, 

j:284-296. 
With W. H. Funderburk, E. E. King 

Pharmacological properties of benzazoles. 

III. Effect of 2-aminobenzothiazoles on the 

electroencephalogram. /. Pharmacol. Exper. 

Therap., iOS:94-103. 
With C. M. Smith, E. W. Pelikan, 

L. R. Maramba 
Relationship between structure and activity 

in a series of bis-isoquinolinium compounds. 

J. Pharmacol. E.vper. Therap., 108:317-329. 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 

HELLEBRANDT, F. A., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 

Educating physical therapists to meet the 

challenge of the future. Stipes Publ. Co., 

Champaign, 326 pp. 



Articles 

Kinesthetic awareness in motor learning. 
Cerebral Palsy Rev., 14:3-5. 

ViaabUity, rehabilitation and the law of dam- 
ages; implications of modern rehabilitation 
medicine. Industrial Med. & Surg., 22:12, 
558-560. 
Reviews 

Therapeutic use of pools and tanks, by 
Charles L. Lowman. Crippled Child, SO: 
28-29. 

PARTRIDGE, MIRIAM J., Instructor 
Articles 

With Arthur A. Rodriquez 

Electromyography in the practice of physical 
medicine, the role of the physical therapist. 
Physical Therapy Rev., ii: 112-1 IS. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

BACH EM, ALBERT. Professor 
Articles 

The relativity of reality. Phil. Science, 20 : 

75-78. 
The color of ultraviolet light. Amer. J. 

Psychol., 6(5:251-260. 
The fishpond; a critique of neo-teleology. 
Editorial Miscellany. Amer. Scientist, 42: 
20-22. 

GUILLEMIN, VICTOR, JR., Professor 

Articles 

With P. Wechsbcrg 

Physiological effects of long term repetitive 

exposure to mechanical vibration. /. Aviat. 

Med., 24:20)9,-221. 

INGRAHAM, RAYMOND C, Associate 
Professor 

Reviews 

Body temperature, by W. A. Selle, /. Student 
Amer. Med. Assn., 2:66. 

MARBARGER, JOHN P., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With P. H. Wechsbcrg, C. V. Pestel, 
G. F. Vaivter, S. A. Fransblau 
Altitude stress in subjects with impaired 
cardiorespiratory function. A comparison 
of the responses of normal subjects, 
patients with angina pectoris, and patients 
with anemia to hypoxia. /. Aviat. Med., 
24:263-300, 307. 

SCHILLER, ALFRED A., Associate 

Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Schaycr, E. L. Hess 

Fluorescein conjugated bovine albumin: 
physical and biological properties. /. Cen. 

Physiol., 56:489-506. 

SCHWARTZ, NEENA B., Instructor 
Articles 

Relationship between body weight and gastro- 

cnemius-soleus muscle weight in growing 

rats. Grou-th, 77:123-126. 

SEVY, ROGER W., Instructor 
Articles 

With G. E. Wakerlin 

Endocrine factors in experimental renal hyper- 
tension. Amer. J. Physiol., 772:129-140. 
With E. A. Ohler 

Effect of renin on adrenal ascorbic acid con- 
centration in rats. Amer. J. Physiol., 174: 
471-474. 



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Effect of pressor amines and adrenergic block- 
ade on adrenal ascorbic acid concentra- 
tion in rats. Amer. J. Phvsiol., 775:285- 
288. 

WAKERLIX. GEORC'.E E.. Professor and 
Head of Department 
Experimental hypertensions, Chicago Med. 

Schl. Quarterly 77:60-68. 
Aging. III. .Med. J., iO.?:88-95. 
Pathogenesis of essential hypertension (edi- 
torial). /. Amer. Med. Assn., 752:1435- 
1436. 
Pathogenesis of essential hypertension. Arch. 
Int. Med., 92:889-896. 
\lith R. IV. Scry 

Endocrine factors in experimental renal hyper- 
tension. Amer. J. Phvsiol., 7 72: 129- 140. 
inth E. A. Ohler 

Amines in experimental hypertensions. Cir- 
culation Res., 7:122-128. 
Ifi>/i R. B. Bird, B. B. Brennan, M. H. Frank, 
S. Kremcn. I. Kuf'erman, J. H. Skom 
Treatment and prophylaxis of experimental 
renal hypertension with "renin," J. Lab. 
Clin. Med., 41:3-23. 
With R. O. Burns 

Protection against hypertension, arteriolone- 
crosis and death by hog renal extracts in 
experimental malignant hypertension. Cir- 
culation Res., 7:454-459. 

PSYCHIATRY 

ABOOD, LEO G., Assistant Professor of 

X eu rophy siology 
Articles 
ll'ith R. W. Gerard 

A new group of cytochrome oxidase. J. 
Pharm. and E.xp. Therap., 108:261. 
With J. Kocsis 

Effect of prolactin on the phosphatase activity 
of pigeon croi>-sac. Endocrinology, 54:108. 

ALEXANDER, FRANZ, Clinical Professor 

Books 

With Helen Ross (co-editor) 

Twenty years of psychoanalysis. W. \V. 
Norton and Co., N. Y. 308 pp. 
Articles 

Current views on psychotheraiiy. Psxcliiatry, 

76:113-122. 
Principles and technicjues of briefer psycho- 
therapeutic procedures. A. Res. Nerv. 
and Ment. Dis. Proc, i7: 16-20. 
The psychoanalyst looks at contemporary art. 
In Explorations in Psychoanalysis, Robert 
Lindner, editor. Julian Press, New York, 
pp. 139-154. 
The therapeutic applications of psychoanalysis. 
In Mid-century Psychiatry, Roy R. 
Grinker, editor. C. C. Thomas, Springfield, 
Illinois, pp. 157-178. 

BOSSELMAN, BEULAH, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Books 

-Neurosis and psychosis, 2nd ed. Charles 

Thomas, Springfield, 111., 186 pp. 
The troubled mind. Ronald Press, New 
York, 206 pp. 

tiERARD, R. W., Professor of Neurophysiology 

and Director of Research 
Articles 

The functional approach to medical practice 

and education. In Epidemiology of Health, 

lago Galdston, editor. Xew York Academy 

of Medicine, jjp. 139-154. 



Neurophysiology in relation to behavior. In 
Mid-century Psychiatry. Roy (Jrinker, edi- 
tor. C. C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., pp. 
23-32. 

Central excitation and inhibition. In Cyber- 
netics, Von Foerster, Mead, and Teuber, 
editors. Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, New 
York, pp. 127-150. 

From spirits to mechanism: two centuries 
of biology. In Facing the Future's Risks, 
Lvnian Brv.son, editor. Harper and Bros., 
New York, pp. 111-144. 

Memory. Scientif. Amer., 759:118-125. 

Tlie organismic view of society. Chicago 
Behavioral Sciences Publications, No. 1, 
Braun Brumtield, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich- 
igan, pp. 12-18. 
With H. P. Jenerick 

Membrane potential and threshold of single 
mu.scle fibers. J.C.C.P., 42:79-132. 
With L. G. Abood 

A new group of cytochrome oxidase in- 
hibitors. J. Pharm. E.rp., Therap., 108: 
261-273. 
With R. E. Taylor 

Muscle and nerve — physiologic orientation. 
Amer. J. Med., 75:83-98. 

Reviews 

Transactions on problems of consciousness, 
H. A. Abramson, editor. Amer. J. 

Psychiat., 770:398. 

GERTY, FRANCIS J., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Discussion of Dr. Sandor Rado's Academic 
Lecture, Dynamics and classification of dis- 
ordered behavior. Amer. J. Psychiat., 
110:422-424. 

GRINKER, ROY R., Clinical Professor 
Books 

Mid-century psychiatry. Charles Thomas & 

Co., Springfield. III., 183 pp. 
Psychosomatic research. W. W. Norton & 

Co., New York, 208 pp. 
Some current trends and hypotheses of 
psychosomatic research. Monograph Series 
of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and 
Institute, No. 1, The Psychosomatic Con- 
cept in Psychoanalysis, Felix Deutsch, 
Editor. International Universities Press, 
Inc., New York. 

Articles 

The effect of infantile disease on ego patterns. 
Amer. J. Psychiat., 770:290-295. 
IVith H. Basozi'itz, S. Korchin 

Response to a life stress: the experience of 
an.xiety. Amer. Psychologist, 5:318. 

HOLLENDER, MARC H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Psychosomatic aspects of oral and pharyngeal 
disease. Chapter 30 in The Pharynx: Basic 
Aspects and Clinical Problems, by A. R. 
Hollender. 
Psychiatric evaluation of applicants to a 
home for the aged. Jezvish Soc. Serv. 
Quart., 29,3:325. 

MEDUNA, L. J., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

A modification of carbon dioxide treatment 
using nitrous oxide. Dis. Nerv. System, 
76:102-107. 
The mode of action of carbon dioxide treat- 
ment in human neuroses. /. Nerv. Ment. 
Dis., 777:39-42. 
With A. I. Jackman 

Carbon dioxide inhalation therapy. Psychiatric 
Treatment, i7:280-286. 



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MILLER, JAMES G., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

A science of human behavior. University of 

Chicago Round Table, 509:14-19. 
Symposium: Profits and problems of homeo- 
static mo<!els in the behavioral sciences, In- 
troduction. Chicago Behavioral Sciences 
Publications, i:l-ll. 
Reviews 
iVith J. L. Miller 

Witness, by Whitaker Chambers. Univ. Chi- 
cago Law Rev., 20:598-604. 

OOMURA, YUTAKA, Research Associate 
Articles 

The effects of inorganic and organic phosphate 

compounds on nervous activities. Jap. J. 

Physiol., j:107. 
Some factors influencing the penetration of 

P^- into nervous tissues. Jap. J. Physiol., 

j:119. 
On the action of the optic lobe of Limulus 

longspina. Jap. J. Physiol. j:16S. 

POLLOCK, GEORGE H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Chemically treated flour. /. Amer. Med. 
Assn., 152:1066. 
With J. B. Richmond 

Nutritional anemia in children. Psychosom. 

Med., J5:477-484. 
Psychologic aspects of infant feeding. /. 
Amer. Dietetics Assn., 29:656-659. 
With R. H. Wang 

Synergistic actions of carbon dioxide with 
DDT in the central nervous system. Sci- 
ence, 117:596-597. 
Reviews 

The roots of psychotherapy, by C. A. Whit- 
aker, T. P. Malone. /. Med. Educ, 28: 
77-78. 

SHAKOW, DAVID, Professor of Psychology 
Articles 

Some aspects of mid-century psychiatry: Ex- 
perimental psychology. Mid-century Psychi- 
atry, Roy R. Grinker, editor. C. C. Thomas 
& Co., Springfield, III., pp. 76-103. 

Discussion of Talcott Parsons' Psychoanalysis 
and Social Science. Twenty Years of Psy- 
choanalysis, Franz Alexander and Helen 
Ross, editors. W. \V. Norton & Co., New 
York, pp. 216-226. 
With others 

Implications for legislation in the report of 
the ad hoc committee on relations between 
psychology and other professions. Amer. 
Psychologist, 8:546-550. 
Reviews 

General clinical counseling in educational in- 
stitutions, by M. E. Hahn and M. S. Mac- 
Lean. Amer. J. Orthopsychiat., 23:212. 

Organization and pathology of thought. Se- 
lected sources, by D. Rapaport. Amer. J. 
Orthopsychiat., 2o:214-215. 

SIMMEL, MARIANNE L., Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Psychology 
Articles 

The coin problem: a study in thinking. Amer. 
J. Psychol., (56:229-241. 
With K. H. Goldschmidt 

Prolonged posteclamptic aphasia. Arch. Neurol. 
Psychiat., 69:80-83. 
Reviews 

Bibliography of child lang^uage, by W. F. 
Leopold. /. Abnormal Soc. Psychol., 48: 
465. 



The new man in Soviet psychology, by R. 

Bauer. Amer. J. Psychol., 66:658-661. 
Einfuhrung in die Psychologic, by H. Rohr- 

acher. Amer. J. Psychol., 66:673-674. 

STEWART, BABETTE T., Research Associate 

Articles 

With H. O. Halvorson 

Studies on the spores of aerobic bacteria. I. 

The occurrence of Alanine Racemase. /. 

Bacterial., 65:160-166. 

TAYLOR, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor of 

Neurophysiology 

Articles 

The contractile process is not associated with 

potential changes. J.C.C.P., '^2:103-123. 
Velocity of conduction of frog nerve as modi- 
fied by applied currents, KCl and CaCb. 
J.C.C.P., 42:295-31$. 
With R. W. Gerard 

Muscle and nerve — physiologic orientation. 
Amer. J. Med., i5 :83-98. 
Reviews 

Nervous transmission, by Ichiji Tasaki. /. 
Netirophys., 16:660. 

RADIOLOGY 

HAAS, LEWIS L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A more rapid method of isodose analysis. 

Radiology, 61,2:222-225. 
Osteitis of the sphenoid sinus. Arch. Oto- 
laryng., 57:427-436. 
With R. A. Harvey, J. S. Laughlin 

Betatron cancer treatment. Acta Union In- 
ternationale Contre le Cancer, 9:48-50. 
With J. S. Laughlin, J. Ovadia, J. W. Beattie, 
W. J. Henderson, R. A. Harvey 
Some physical aspects of electron beam ther- 
apy. Radiology, 60,2:165-184. 
Reviews 

Angiography for the recognition, treatment 
and evaluation of peripheral blood vessel 
disturbances, by H. W. Paessler. Radi- 
ology, 6i:144. 

HARVEY, ROGER A., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With L. L. Haas, J. S. Laughlin 

Betatron cancer treatment. Acta Union In- 
ternationale Contre le Cancer, 9:1. 
With J. S. Laughlin, J. W. Beattie, 
IV. J. Henderson 
Calorimetric evaluation of the roentgen for 
400 KV and 22.5 MeV roentgen rays. 
Amer. J. Roentgenology, Radium Therapy 
and Nuclear Med., 72:2. 
With J. S. Laughlin, J. Ovadia, J. W. Beattie, 
W. J. Henderson, L. L. Haas 
Some physical aspects of electron beam ther- 
apy. Radiology, 60,2:165-184. 

HENDERSON, WALTER J., Instructor 

Articles 

With J. S. Laughlin 

Isodose indicator. Amer. J. Roentgenol., 
Radium Therapy and Nuclear Med., 70:1. 

;M00S, WALTER S., Assistant Professor and 
Radiation Physicist 

Articles 

M^ith J. Roiven 

Identification of a Cu-complex-forming frac- 
tion of pyocyanine. Arch. Biochem. Bio- 
physics, 43 :SS. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 73 



IWith IV. J. Henderson, J. IV. Beattie 
Various absorption coefficients for 23.5 MeV 
x-rays. Science, ii5,3063:300-301. 

SURGERY 

BAUMRUCKER, GEORGE O., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Urological complications following abdomino- 
perineal resection of the rectum. Arch. 
Surg., (57:502-513. 
With F. Lloyd 

Cystectomy for coarcinoma of the urinary 
bladder. Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 97:584-588. 

BEATTIE, EDWARD J., JR., Clinical 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Chapters on "Circulation" and "Cardiovascu- 
lar Surgery." Nash's Surgical Physiology. 
Thomas and Co., Springfield. 
Resection in pulmonary tuberculosis. Atner. 
Practitioner, ■/ : 5 4 2 . 
JVith J. M. Keshishian, D. Adovasio, 
H. Pierpont, B. Blades 
Experimental studies with intra-arterial trans- 
fusion. Overtransfusion in the anemic and 
hypoproteinemic dog. Arch. Surg., 6(5:383. 
With J. .V. Keshishian, N. B. Ames, B. Blades 
The electrical resistance of the heart. Ann. 
Surg., 137:504. 
With J. Nolan, E. Hoive 

Paralysis following surgical correction of co- 
arctation of the aorta. Surg., iJ:754. 
With D. Adovasio, J. M. Keshishian, B. Blades 
Refrigeration in surgery of the aorta. Surg. 
Gynec. Obstet., 96:711. 

COLE, WARREN H., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Section on general surgery, "^ledicine of the 
Year, 1953. Atner. Pract., 4:82. 

Esophagus, stomach and intestine. Introduc- 
tion to 1953 Surgical Forum, American 
College of Surgeons. 

Indications and precautions in cholecystec- 
tomy. Minn. Med., 36:714. 

The surgical aspects of jaundice. Postgradu- 
ate Med., 14:112. 

Operability in the young and aged. Annals 
Surg., 138:145. 

Management of benign lesions of the com- 
mon duct. /. Io-u:a State Med. Soc, 489. 
With William Harridge 

Altitude effects on intra-abdominal lesions. 
USAF School of Aviation Medicine, No. 5. 
With W. J. Grove, M. Montgomery 

Use of ACTH and cortisone in surgery. Ann. 
Surg., 137:718. 

Reviews 

Surgery of infancy and childhood: Its princi- 
ples and techniques, by Robert E. Gross. 
Arch. Path., 56:332. 

DEPEYSTER, FREDERIC A., Clinical 
Instructor 

Articles 

With R. K. Gilchrist 
Surgical aspects of spontaneous hypoglycemia 
due to occult insulinoma. Arch. Surg., 67: 
330-340. 

DE TAKATS, GEZA, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

The reactivity of the clotting mechanism. 
Proc. Inst. Med. Chicago, 19:319. 



The response of the clotting mechanism to 

ACTH. Angiology, 4. 
Anticoagulant therapy. Surgery, 34:985. 

DIFFENBAUGH, WILLIS G., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Talc granulomata occurring in the peritoneal 
cavity. Gastroenterology 25:296-299. 
With E. L. Strohl 

Biliary tract surgery in the aged patient. 

Surg. Gynec. Obstet. 97:467-470. 
Abdominal surgery in the aged patient. 7. 
Amer. Geriatrics Soc, 1:771-777. 

DYE, WILLIAM S., Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With J. H. Okvin, O. C. Julian 

Late peripheral arterial embolectomy. Arch. 
Surg., 66:480-487. 
With O. C. Julian, W. J. Grove, J. H. Olwin, 
M. S. Sadove 
Direct surgery of arteriosclerosis, resection 
of abdominal aorta with homologous aortic 
graft replacement. Ann. Surg., 138:387- 
403. 
With O. C. Julian, G. DeTakats 

The segmental nature of peripheral arterios- 
clerosis. Surgical application. Angioloav. 
4:12-17. 
With R. F. Hohf, O. C. Julian 

Danger of lumbar sympathetic block during 
anticoagulant therapy. /. Atner. Med. 
Assn., 152:399-400. 
With O. C. Jtilian 

Further indications for and limitations of di- 
rect surgery in arteriosclerosis. Circula- 
tion, 8:708-714. 
Direct surgery in arteriosclerosis. 7. Bone 
and Joint Surg., j5:905-916. 

FELL, EGBERT H., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With Loivell Petersoti, Oglesby Paul 

Surgical correction of coarctation of the 
aorta in pregnancy. Attier. J. Obstet. 
Gynec, (55:199-200. 
A problem for the anesthetist and surgeon. 
Cardiac arrest. Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 97: 
111-112. 
With L. Peterson, Newtoti Chun 

Cardiac arrest. Its prevention and treatment. 
Arch. Surg., 67:312-315. 
With Benjamiti Gasul, Howard Weiss, Robert 
Dillon, Don Fisher, C. Marietifeld 
Angiocardiography — congenital heart disease 
correlated with clinical and autopsy finii- 
ings. Atner. J. Dis. Children, 55:404-443. 

FOWLER, EDSON F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Results of treatment of acute small bowel ob- 
struction. Arch. Surg., 66:888-901. 

GITTELSON, LLOYD A., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. S. Sadove, G. M. Wyatit 

Trichloroethylene in general practice. ///. 
Med. J., 103:95-101. 
With M. S. Sadove, G. M. Wyant, P. C. Bucy 
Controlled hypotension. 7. Neurosurg., 10: 
272-283. 
With M. S. Sadove, J. T. Nelson, 
G. M. Wyant 
Disaster anesthesia. 7. Amer. Assn. Nurse 
Anesth., 21:83-90. 
With M. S. Sadove, G. M. Wyant 

The acute hypoxic episode. Brit. Med. J., 
2:255-261. 



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GREELEY, PAUL W., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

IVith B. O. Sarnat 

Effect of injury upon growth and some com- 
ments on surgical treatment. P. and 

Reconst. Surg., 11:1. 
Plastic surgical repair of chronic leg ulcers. 

Geriatrics, 10:527-533. 
Abuse of radiation therapy. Surg. Gyncc. 

Obstet., 97:640-642. 
With H. J. Grossman, Oscar Sugar, 

Max Sadove 
Surgical separation in craniopagus. 7. Amer. 

Med. Assn., 153:201-207. 
Treatment of chronic open wounds of the 

lower extremity. Ind. Med. & Surg., 22: 

21-23. 

GROVE, WILLIAM J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Warren H. Cole 

Use of ACTH and cortisone in surgery. 
Ann. Surg., 137:7l&. 
With O. C. Julian 

Direct surgery in segmental arteriosclerosis. 

/. Bone and Joint Surg., 55:905. 
Direct surgery of arteriosclerosis: resection of 
abdominal aorta with homologous aortic 
graft replacement. Ann. Surg., 138:387. 

MECKEL, NORRIS J., Clinical Professor of 

Urology 
Articles 

Recent progress in urology, Chap, in Progress 
in Urology, Blakiston Co., N. Y. 
With Thomas Cottrell, Edwin M. Miller 

Entero-vesicle fistula — an analysis of thirty- 
four cases. /. Amcr. Geriatrics, 1:52-56. 

The present status of the endocrine treatrnent 
of advanced prostatic cancer (editorial), 
7. Clin. Endocrin. Metab., Feb., 1953. 

Endocrine therapy in the management of 
prostatic cancer. Clin. Endocrin. Metab., 
pp. 228-230. 

Management of prostatism in the aged. 7. 
Amcr. Geriatrics Soc, pp. 779-784. 

Reviews 

Radiologic diagnosis of the lower urinary 
tract, by Donald E. Bears, Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111. 

HERROLD, RUSSELL C, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Some essentials for successful antimicrobial 

therapy in urology. South Dakota J. Med. 

Phar., 6:67-70. 

JULIAN, ORMAND C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. H. Olwin, W. S. Dye 

Late peripheral arterial embolectomy. Arch. 
Surg., 66:480-487. 
With W. 7. Grove, W. S. Dye, 7. H. Olwin, 
M. S. Sadove 
Direct surgery of arteriosclerosis, resection of 
abdominal aorta with homologous aortic 
graft replacement. Ann. Surg., ij5:387-403. 
With G. DeTakats, W. S. Dye 

The segmental nature of peripheral arterio- 
sclerosis. Surgical application. Angiology, 
4:12-17. 
With R. F. Hohf, W. S. Dye 

Danger of lumbar sympathetic block during 
anticoagulant therapy. 7. Amer. Med. 
Assn., i52 :399-400. 



With W. S. Dye 

Further indications for and limitations of 

direct surgery in arteriosclerosis. Circular 

tion, 5:708-714. 
Direct surgery in arteriosclerosis. J. Bone 

and Joint Surg., j5:90S-916. 

KIEFER, JOSEPH H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Bladder tumor recurrence in the urethra: a 
warning. 7. Urol., 69:652-656. 

LANGSTON, HIRAM T., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Die Lungenresektionen, by Professor F. A. 
Lezius. Surg. Gynec, Obst., 97:653-654. 

MONROE, CLARENCE W., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With Richard H. Andresen, George M. Hass 
A study of the problem of homografting by 
means of parabiosis in rabbits. Plastic and 
Reconstructive Surgery, Ji:15-30. 

OLWIN, JOHN H. Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Intravascular clotting, research progress re- 
port. Army Medical Service. First Quar- 
terly Report, pp. 269-270; Second Quarterly 
Report, pp. 52-55; Third Quarterly Report, 
pp. 100-102. 
With IV. S. Dye, O. C. Julian 
Late peripheral arterial embolectomy. Arch. 
Surg., 66:480-487. 
With O. C. Julian, W. J. Grove, IV. S. Dye, 
M. S. Sadove 
Direct surgery of arterio-sclerosis. Resection 
of abdominal aorta with homologous aortic 
graft replacement. Ann. Surg., 138:327-403. 
With O. C. Julian, W. S. Dye, W. J. Grove 
Direct surgery in segmental arterio-sclerosis. 
7. Bone Joint Surg., 55-^:905-916. 
With W. S. Dye, O. C. Julian 

Further considerations on the indications for 
and limitations of direct surgery in arterio- 
sclerosis. Circulation, 5:708-714. 

PROHASKA, JOHN VAN, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With M. C. Govostis, M. Wasick 

Multiple organ resection for advanced car- 
cinoma of the colon and rectum. Surg. 
Gynec, Obstet., 97:177-182. 
With M. C. Govostis, M. Taubenhaus 

Benign tumors of the ampulla of vater. Com- 
parison of survival following local resection 
of benign and malignant ampullary tumors. 
Arch. Surg., 67:708-714. 

REQUARTH, WILLIAM, Assistant Professor 
Boolts 

Diagnosis of acute abdominal pain. Yearbook 
Publishers, Chicago, 243 pp. 

RIKER, WILLIAM L., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Surgical correction of certain gastro-intesti- 

nal abnormalities in infancy. ///. Med. J., 

103:6. 

SADOVE, MAX S., Professor and Head of 
Division of Anesthesiology 

Articles 

With P. Kahan 

Problems related to anesthesia in geriatric 
surgery. 7. Amer. Geriatrics Soc, i:123- 
131. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 75 



With G. M. fryant, L. A. Gittelson 

Trichloroethvlene in general practice. ///. 
Med. J., ■;().> :95-101. 
With G. M. Wvant, L. A. Gittelson, 
P. C. Bucy 
Controlled hypotension. /. Neurosurg., 10: 
272-2S3. 
With G. M. Wyant, G. Glcave 

Controlled hypotension — a study on arfonad 
(Ro-2.2222). Anesthesia, 5:1-5-181. 
With J. T. Nelson, G. M. Wyant, 
L. A. Gittelson 
Disaster anesthesia. /. Amer. Assn. Nurse 
Anesth., 21:S3-90. 
With P. H. Holinger, K. C. Johnston 

The use of apolamine as a preoperative anti- 
nausea aijent for laryngoscopy, broncho- 
scopy, and esophagoscopy. Laryngoscope, 
65:485-487. 
With K. Kats 

Physiologic principles of resuscitation. A^. Y. 
St. J. of Med. 5S:l7-.7-1760. 
With G. M. Wyant, L. A. Gittelson 
The acute hypoxic episode. Brit. Med. J., 2 : 
255-261. 
ll'ith H. J. Grossman, O. Sugar, 
P. W. Greeley 
Surgical separation in craniopagus. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 153:201-207. 
With O. C. Julian, W. J. Grove, W. S. Dve, 
J. Okvin 
Direct surgery of arteriosclerosis. Ann. Surg., 

lS8:387-40i. 
Cardiac arrest. Chicago Med. Soc. Bull., 56: 
317-324. 
With F. H. Litzcin, L. F. Ko-waJski 

Rayocaine spinal anesthesia for ano-rectal 
surgery. Amer. J. Proctology, •#:315-319. 
With G. M. Wyant, J. M. Spence 

Trichloroethylene in dentistry : general anal- 
gesia. /. Amer. Dent. Assn., 47 :66l-670. 

SCUDERI, CARLO, Clinical Associate Professor 
Articles 

Fat embolism, its relation to intramedullary 

nailing. /. Internat. College Surgeons, 14: 

508-512. 

Both bone fractures of the leg. Bull. North 

Shore Branch Chicago Med. Soc, pp. 14-16. 

SEED, LIXDOX, Clinical Associate Professor 
Books 

Treatment of toxic goiter with radioactive 
iodine. Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, III., 
115 pp. 

Articles 

Results of treatment of toxic goiter with 
radioactive iodine. J. Clin. Endocrin. 
Mctab., i2: 107- 11 9. 

SLAUGHTER, DAXELY P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With Harry W. Southnnck, Leroy Walter 
The fate of recurrent or persistent parotid 
tumors. Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 9(5:535-540. 



With Harry W. South-wick, Walter Smejkal 
"Field Cancerization" in oral stratified squa- 
mous epithelium clinical implications of 
multicentric origin. Cancer, 6:5. 

SOUTHWICK, HARRY W., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Danely P. Slaughter, Leroy Walter 

The fate of recurrent or persistent parotid 
tumors. Surg. Gynec. Obstet., 96:535-540. 
With Panely P. Slaughter, Walter Smejkal 
"Field Cancerization" in oral stratified squa- 
rnous epithelium clinical implication of mul- 
ticentric origin. Cancer, 6:5. 

STRAUS, FRAXCIS H., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Evanescent epigastric tumor due to medial 
ptosis of kidney. /. Amer. Med. Assn.. 
151:472. 
With C. R. O'Kane 

Papillary adenocarcinoma arising in associa- 
tion with a persistant thyroglossal duct. 
Ann. Surg., 7JS:805. 
With Merton J. Ale.rander 

Diagnostic sign of interstitial hernia of the 
linea semilunaris. ///. Med. J., 103:6. 

STROHL, E. LEE., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Preoperative and postoperative care of the 

elderly. Geriatrics, 8:377-384. 
Preoperative management and postoperative 

care in elderly people. Chicago Med. Soc. 

Bull. 26:59-64. 
Biliary tract surgery in the aged patient: 

Analysis of clinical data on 75 patients 

over 70 years of age, having operation on 

the biliary tract. Surg. Gynec, Obstet., 97: 

467-470. 
Abdominal surgery in the aged patient. /. 

Amer. Geriatrics Soc, 1:771-778. 



THOREK, PHILIP, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Mediastinal lymphoblastoma. /. Internat. 

Coll. Surg., 19:753-759. 
Jaundice. Mich. State Med. J., 52:597-600. 
The acute abdomen. Maryland State Med. J., 

2:355-363. 
The esophagus in general practice. /. Amer. 

Med. Assn., 153:703-706. 

Reviews 

An introduction to abdominal diagnosis, by 
A. L. Lee. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 151:689. 

The esophagus and its diseases, by E. D. 
Palmer. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 151:690. 



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COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 



CHEMISTRY 

DANIELS, RALPH, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With A. L. Wilds, J. W. Ralls, D. A. Tyner, 
S. Kraychy, M. Harnik 
Total synthesis of racemic methyl 3-keto 
etiocholanate. /. Amcr. Chem. Soc, 75 : 
4878. 

KIRCH, ERNEST R., Professor 
Articles 

With R. G. Kesel, J. F. O'Donnell, E. Wach 
Influence of ingestion of single amino acids 
on the level of free amino acids in human 
saliva. /. Dent. Res., j2:57-60. 
With F. C. Klee 

Determination of morphine in opium with 
the aid of an adsorption column. J. Amer. 
Phann. Assn., Sci. Ed., 42:146-150. 
With D. Ramaswami 

Preparation of some organophosphorus com- 
pounds. /. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:1763. 
Anticonvulsant and growth inhibitory effects 
of some organophosphorus compounds. /. 
Amcr. Pharm. Assn., Sci. Ed., 42:495-497. 
With M. L. Borkc 

Separation of some opium alkaloids by surface 
chromatography. /. Amer. Pharm. Assn., 
Sci. Ed., 42:627-629. 

SMISSMAN, EDWARD E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With R. Sharpe, E. VanTamalen, B. F. Aycock 
Streptolin. Preliminary investigation and 
separation of acid hydrolysis products. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2029-2031. 
With E. VanTamalen 

The structure and synthesis of isolysine. 
/. Amer. Chem. Soc, 75:2031-2035. 

WEBSTER, GEORGE L., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

With J. S. Rodia 

The synthesis of aryl and aralkyl amidines of 
pharmacologic interest. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 75:1761-1762. 



With J. G. Cannon 

N-phenyl ureides of some diaryl amidines of 
some aliphatic acids. /. Amer. Pharm. 
Assn., Sci. Ed., J2:740-743. 
Jl'ith A. Lasslo 

Ihe behavior of s-dichloroacetone in refor- 
matsky condensations. /. Amer. Chem, 
Soc, 75:5980-5983. 

PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOGNOSY 

CARPENTER, PAUL D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With A. J. Nedsel 

Toxicity of morphine sulphate in white mice 
under the influence of positive pressure. 
/. Aviation Med., 24:140-142. 
IVith Charles A. Reed 

The evolutionary approach to the teaching of 
zoology. Tiirtox News, o-Z:82-84. 

REED, CHARLES A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Paul D. Carpenter 

The evolutionary approach to the teaching of 
zoology. Tiirtox News, ii:82-84. 

PHARMACY 

DEARDORFF, DWIGHT L., Professor 
Articles 

I'Vith Angel S. Arambulo 

Compressed tablets — average weight. /. 

Amer. Pharm. Assn., Sci. Ed., 42:690-691. 

With Angel S. Aramhulo, Helena Sucn Fn 

Compressed tablets — weight variation. /. 

Amer. Phartn. Assn., Sci. Ed., 42:692-694. 

PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION 

BEGANDO, JOSEPH S., Assistant Dean and 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

The role of consumer credit in a marketing 
readiness program. Credit World, 41:4-6. 
Reviews 

Credit and collection principles and practice, 
by Albert F. Chapin. /. Marketing, 28:203. 



CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION 



ANDERSON\ LE MOYNE \V., Instructor in 

Library Science 
Articles 

Let freedom ring. Amer. Lib. Assn. Bull., 
47:-i77-A7S. 

BARBER, MOLLIS \V., Professor of Political 

Science 
Books 

Foreign policies of the L'nited States. Dryden 
Press, X. Y. 610 pp. 
Reviews 

foreign policy without fear, by Vera Micheles 
Dean. Sal. Rev., June 13, 1953, pp. 15-16. 

COLBY, MARY M., Instructor in Social 
Sciences 

Books 

With Atden Cutshall, Stanley Gabis, 
Peter Klassen, Robert Nicholson 
Syllabus in world patterns and world prob- 
lems. Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign. 71 pp. 

CUTSHALL. ALDEX, Associate Professor of 

Social Sciences 
Books 

jyith Mary _M. Colby, Stanley Gabis, 
Peter Klassen, Robert Nicholson 
Syllabus in world patterns and world prob- 
lems. Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign. 71 pp. 
Articles 

Philippine rubber plantations. Econ. Bot., 7: 

86-SS. 
Trinidad valley: middle latitude horticulture 
in the Philippines. Philippine Geog. J., 1: 
40-44. 

Reviews 

Land and people in the Philippines, by Joseph 
E. Spencer. J. Geog., 52:174. 

DUTTOX, \V. EUGEXE, Assistant Professor 
of Psychology 

Articles 

With O. P. Carter 
A comprehensive machine program for the 
processing of college freshman guidance 
tests. College and Univ., 25:236-246. 

EASTWOOD, RALPH A., Assistant Professor 

of Economics 
Articles 

Economics of our natural resources. Friends 

of Our Native Landscape, 11:7. 

FEIXSTEIX, IRWIN K., Assistant Professor 

of Mathematics 
Reviews 

Elements of statistics (2d ed.), by Elmer B. 
Mode. Math. Teach., 4(5:288-289. 

Basic mathematics for engineering and sci- 
ence, by W. R. Van Voorhis and E. E. 
Haskins. Math. Teach., 46:523. 

FRAXK, EVELYX, Associate Professor of 
Mathematics 

Reviews 

On some transcendental equations I, by 
Haakon Waadeland. Math. Rev., 14:150. 

Studies in practical mathematics VII. On the 
theory of methods of factoring polynomials 
by iterated division, by A. C. Aitken. 
Math. Rev., 14:209. 

On some determinant equation, by Toyama 
Hiraku. Math. Rev., 14:151. 



The decomposition of functions, by J. W. 

Head. .Math. Rev., 14:\63. 
Note on the location of zeros of extremal 

polynomials in the noiieuclidean plane, by 

J. L. Walsh. .Math. Rrv., 14:164. 
The reciprocal of a continued fraction, by 

W. T. Scott. Math. Rev., 14:266; Zbl. 

Math., 47:311. 
Zur numerischen Auflosiing algebraischer 

Gleichungen, by Fritz Wenzl. Math. Rev., 

14:412. 
Properties of some elementary functions, by 

L. Kuipers. Math. Rev., 14:360. 
On two theorems of Pincherle, by Joao 

Farinha. i^lath. Rev., 14:464. 
The roots of certain detriminantal equations, 

by A. Talbot. Math. Rev., 14:45%; Zbl. 

Math., 47:253-4. 
On the integral formula for the Legendre 

polynomials, by J. M. Orts. Math. Rev., 

14:466. 
On a theorem of Kakeya, by Fernando Roldao 

Dias Agudo. Math. Rev., 14:640. 
Polynomial determination in a field of integers 

modulo p, by Edward C. Varnum. Math. 

Rev., 14:640. 
Application des polynomes de Tchebicheff a 

la formation de matrices dont le polynome 

caracteristique est irreductible sur le corps 

des nombres rationnels, by Maurice Parodi. 

Math. Rev., 14:640. 
General recurrence equation of the poly- 
nomials orthogonal to the Pearsonian prob- 
ability functions, by Nelly Basone. Math. 

Rev., 14:977-8. 
Der sogenannte Fundamentalsatz der Algebra 

als Satz der reellen Analysis, by Ernst 

Mohr. Zbl. Math., 46:14. 
Sur un probleme de configurations et sur les 

fractions continues, by Jacques Touchard. 

Zlb. Math., 47:18. 
On restricted cubics, by E. H. Neville. Zlb. 

Math., 46:14. 
On continued fractions, by J. F. Koksma. 

Zbl. Math., 47:283. 

GABIS, STANLEY T., Instructor in Social 
Sciences 

Books 

With Mary M. Colby, Alden Cutshall, 
Peter Klassen, Robert Nicholson 
Syllabus in world patterns and world prob- 
lems. Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign. 71 pp. 

GLASSMAN, SIDNEY F., Assistant Professor 
of Biological Sciences 

Articles 

New plant records from the eastern Caroline 
Islands, with a comparative study of the 
native plant names. Pacific Science, 7,3. 

HEILMAN, ANN E., Assistant Professor of 
Social Sciences 

Articles 

Intelligence in cerebral palsy: a new interpre- 
tation of research studies. Crippled Child, 
30:11-13. 
Educational and vocational planning for the 
cerebral palsied child. In Psychological 
Problems of Cerebral Palsy, a Symposium, 
National Society for Cripplied Children and 
Adults, 1952, pp. 69-72. 

Reviews 

The educability of cerebral palsied children, 
by B. I. Dundson. Crippled Child, 30:27-28, 
1952. 



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JOHNSON, FALK S., Instructor in English 
Articles 

With others 
Bibliography: present-day English. American 
Sfecch, 28:52-57; 25:130-136; 25:213-217; 
25:297-300. 

KESTER, MARTHA, Instructor in Library 
Science 

Articles 

Stephen A. Douglas: a bibliographical study. 
Univ. of Rochester Press for the Associa- 
tion of College and Reference Libraries. 
(ACRL Microcard series, 2 cards, SS 
leaves). 

KLASSEN, PETER P., Associate Professor of 
Social Sciences 

Books 

With Mary M. Colby, Alden Cutshall, Stanley 
Gabis, Robert Nicholson 
Syllabus in world patterns and world prob- 
lems. Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign. 71 pp. 

LEASE, BENJAMIN, Assistant Professor of 
English 

Articles 

Yankee poetics: John Neal's Theory of poetry 

and fiction. American Lit., 2'^:S0S-519. 
Scholar vs. teacher vs. administrator. CEA 

Critic, 15:3. 
William Cullen Bryant: an unpublished letter. 

Notes and Queries, 198:396-397. 
A newly-discovered Joel Chandler Harris 

letter. Georgia Hist. Quarterly, j7:34S-346. 

MADISON, KENNETH M., Assistant 
Professor of Biological Sciences 

Articles 

The organism and its origin. Evolution, 7: 
211-227. 

MAXFIELD, DAVID K., Associate Professor 

of Library Science 
Articles 
With others 

U.I.C. Undergraduate Library handbook and 

library instruction textbook, 3rd ed. Univ. 

111. Lib., Chicago, vi -\- 48 pp. 

MELOY, CARL R., Associate Professor of 

Physical Sciences 
Articles 

Tlie relative abundance of the element. Trans. 
III. State Acad. Sci., -^5:48-55, 19S2. 

MILLER, SONIA, Instructor in English 
Articles 

The test of the second edition of Milton's 
Eikonoklastcs. J. Engl. Germ. Philol., 52: 
214-220. 

NICHOLSON, ROBERT L., Assistant 

Professor of Social Sciences 
Books 

With Mary M. Colby, Alden Cxit shall, 
Stanley Gabis, Peter Klassen 
Syllabus in world patterns and world prob- 
lems. Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign. 71 pp. 

NOWLAN, F. S., Professor of Mathematics 
Articles 

The solution of a radical equation. Math. 
Teacher., •/(5:490. 



PENNISI, LOUIS L., Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 
Articles 

An elementary proof that "e" is irrational. 

Amcr. Math. Monthly, 60:474. 
On the non-existence of integral roots. i\Iath. 
Teach., 46:587-588. 

RIDDLE, DONALD W., Professor of Social 

Sciences 
Reviews 

Abraham Lincoln: a biograithy, by Benjamin 
P. Thomas. Miss. Vallex Hist. Rev., 39: 
564-565, 1952. 
As I remember, by Edgar J. Goodspeed. 
Univ. Chicago Magazine, 2(5:107-108. 

SACKHEIM, GEORGE I., Instructor in 

Physical Sciences 
Books 

Chemical calculations. Stipes Publishing 

Company, Champaign. 

SCHROEDER, ROY W., Assistant Professor 
of Foundry and Pattern Laboratory 

Articles 

Critical analysis of entries in 1953 apprentice 
contest. Amcr. Foundrymen Mag., Aug., 
pp. 52-54. 

SCOTT, WILLIAM H. O., Assistant 
Professor of Library Science 

Articles 

Counselor librarianship. //.'. Lib. Assn. Rec, 
7:3-8. 

SHOPEN, KENNETH, Assistant Professor of 

Art 
Articles 

Fifty-six articles in art criticism, published in 
the Chicago Daily Neivs, Jan. 9-Dec. 31. 

THOMPSON, WAYNE N., Associate 
Professor of Speech 

Articles 

National contest in public discussion. Speech 

Activities, 9:1-2. 
A study of the effectiveness of an address 

at St. Louis, by Adlai Stevenson. Central 

States Speech J., ■^:11-13. 
A study of the factors considered by students 

in evaluating public discussion. Speech 

Monographs, 20:268-272. 
Reviews 

Speeches of Adlai Stevenson, edited by 

Richard Harrity. Quarterlv J. Speech, 39: 

239. 
Adlai's almanac, edited and compiled by 

Bessie R. James and Mary Overstreet. 

Quarterly J. Speech, 39:239. 

VARDAMAN, HAZEL CLARE, Associate 
Professor of German 

Articles 

German in our schools. American-German 

Rev., Oct.-Nov., 19, 28. 
Language and general education. German 

Quarterly, 26,1:2-9. 

VEST, EUGENE B., Professor of English 
Articles 

Go, little book. Notes and Queries, 795:131. 
Green eye of the little yellow god. Notes 
and Queries, 198:\76. 
Reviews 

Ben Jonson of Westminster, by Marchette 
Chute. Chicago Sun-Times, sec. 2, p. 6 
(Oct.). 






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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS annual list 



PUBLICATIONS 
OF THE FACULTY 



January 1, 1954 to December 31, 1954 



JAN 21 1957 

UWVFUSfTYOFHifcmOiS 
published by the university research board 

GRADUATE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA 



CONTENTS 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA, 3-58 

Accountancy, 3 

Aeronautical Engineering, 3 

Agricultural Economics, 3 

Agricultural Engineering, 5 

Agricultural Experiment Station, 5 

Agronomy, 5 

Animal Science, 7 

Architecture, 9 

Astronomy, 9 

Aviation, Institute of, 9 

Bacteriology, 10 

Botany, 10 

Business Education, 12 

Business JManagement, Bureau, 12 

Ceramic Engineering, 12 

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 12 

City Planning and Landscape Architecture, IS 

Civil Engineering, 18 

Classics, 19 

Communications Research, Institute of, 19 

Dairy Science, 20 

Dean of Students, 22 

Digital Comjiuter Laboratory, 22 

Economic and Business Research, Bureau, 22 

Economics, 22 

Education, College of, 24 

Electrical Engineering, 28 

Engineering Administration, 28 

English, 29 

Entomology, 30 

Extension Division, 30 

Food Technology, 30 

Forestry, 31 

French, 31 

General Studies, Division of, 32 

Geography, 32 

Geology, 32 

German, 33 

Government and Publlic Affairs, 

Institute of, 34 
Health Service, 34 
History, 34 
Home Economics, 36 
Horticulture, 36 
Journalism and Communications, 

School of, i7 
Labor and Industrial Relations, 

Institute of, 38 
Law, College of, 38 
Library and Library School, 39 
Management, 40 
Marketing, 40 
Mathematics, 41 
Mechanical Engineering, 41 
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, 42 
Music, School of, 43 



Natural History Museum. 44 

Nunacademic Personnel, 4 4 

Pliilosophy, 44 

Physical Education for Men. 44 

Physical Education for Women, 45 

Physics, 46 

Physiology, 49 

Political Science, 49 

President's Office, SO 

Psychology, 50 

Small Homes Council, 52 

Social Work, 53 

Sociology and Anthropology, S3 

Spanish and Italian, 53 

Speech, 54 

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 55 

\'eterinary Medicine, College of, 56 

Zoology, 57 

CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES, 59-77 

College of Dentistry, 59-60 

Crowns and Fixed Partial Dentures, 59 

Histology, 59 

Operative Dentistry, 59 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 59 

Oral Pathology, 59 

( )rthodontics, 60 

Pedodontics, 60 

College of Medicine, 61-76 

Anatomy, 61 

Bacteriology, 61 

Biological Chemistry, 61 

Clinical Science, 62 

Dermatology, 62 

Medicine, 63 

Neurology and Neurological Surgery, 67 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 68 

Orthopaedic Surgery, 68 

Otolaryngology, 69 

Patliology, 70 

Pediatrics, 71 

Pharmacology, 71 

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 71 

Physiology, 71 

Psychiatry, 72 

Radiology, 73 

Surgery, 74 

College of Pharmacy, 77 

Chemistry, 77 

Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy, 77 

Pharmacy, 77 

Pharmacy Administration, 77 

CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION, 78-79 



EXPLANATION OF LISTING 

This record of the inilihcations of the University statT for tlie calendar year 1954 was 
compiled from reports submitted by staff members to their departments. It includes 
only publications which are available generally. It does not include classroom materials, 
committee reports, or material whose distribution is restricted or limited. 

The listing is alphabetical by departments for each of the three campuses of the 
University: Departments at Urbana, (pages 3-58) ; Chicago Professional Colleges 
(pages 59-77) ; Chicago Undergraduate Division (pages 78-79). Within each depart- 
ment the listing is alphabetical by authors. 

For publications written by two or inore persons, the co-authors' names are shown 
in italics. With very few exceptions (when names are immediately adjacent in the 
listing), the full bibliographic entry is repeated under the name of each contributing 
author of professorial rank. 

All authors and co-authors are listed in the Index on page 81. 



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ACCOUNTANCY 

BEDFORD, NORTON M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Another look at direct costing. Cost and Mau- 
agement, 28:20-27. 

BRIGHTON, GERALD D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Aid to management beyond the audit. Ac- 
counting Ret: 29:584-590. 

NfAUTZ, ROBERT K., Professor 
Books 

Fundamentals of auditing witli sliort audit 
case. .Tohn Wiley & Sons, N. >'., 44.i pp. 

Articles 

Another look at depreciation allowances. The 
Contioller. 22-2A. 

MOVER, C. A., Professor 

Books 

Ifith H. T. Scot-ill 

Fundamental principles of accounting. John 
Wiley & Sons, Inc., N. V., o31 pp. 

SCOVILL, H. T., Professor, Emeritus 

Books 

With C. A. Moycr 

Fundamental principles of accounting. John 

Wiley & Sons, N. V.. (,i\ \>\'. 
Articles 

Accounting for water works management. 

Proceedings of 2nd Annual Water Works 

Management Short Course, Univ. of 111., 

Oct. 2. 1953, pp. 54-70. 

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

HILTON, HAKKV H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

il'ith Hassa)i A. Hassan, Hal G. Russell 

Analytical studies of thermal stresses in media 
possessing temperature dependetit viscoela^- 
tic properties. H'ADC Technical Report, 
March, 1954, pp. 53-322. 

KRZVWOBLOCKI, M. Z., Proiessor 
Articles 

On subsonic compressibility corrections for 

propellers and helicopter rotors, by E. V. 

Laitone and L. Talbot. /. .lero. Sci., 21,2: 

214. 
Stress analysis of circular frames. /. Roval 

Aero. Soc. 58,522 :-i3S. 
On the stability of Benard-Karman vorte.x 

street in compressible fluids. II. Acta 

Physica Austriaca, A',4 :370-387. 
On the development of the mathematical 

theory of the boundary layer. Commentarii 

Mathematici Universitatis Sancti Pauli, S, 

1:51-56. 
Plates with boundary conditions of elastic 

support, by S. J. Fuclis. Trans. Ainer. 

Soc. Civil Enyineres, //'/':359. 
Reviews 

The stability of rotating liquid masses, by 

R. A. Lyttleton. Appl. Mechanics Rev., 7, 

1:25. 
Advances in applied mechanics III. Turbu- 
lent diffusion, by F. N. Frenkiel. Appl. 

Mechanics Rev., 7,1:29. 



Stability theory of differential equations, by 
R. Bellman. Appl. Alechauics Rev., 7,6:258. 

TORDA, T. P., ]Vofes.sor 
Articles 

Boundary layer control by distributed suction 

or injection. Biparametric general solution. 

/. Math, and Phys., 32:4. 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HARTLETT, R. W., Professor 
Articles 

Is state control of consumer prices of milk in 
the public interest? ///. Farm Econ., 210: 
1509-1512. 

Expanding outlets for farm products: oppor- 
tunities in the domestic field illustrated by 
dairy products. Increasing Understanding 
of Public Problems and Programs (Farm 
hoiDidation), pp. 35-45. 

New techniques and products. Report of Con- 
gressional Sub-Coinmiitee to Fnvestigate 
Dairying, 8Srd Congress, j:416-422. 

Principles and jiractices of pricing market 
milk. Ibid., 459-468. 

With S. W. Williams, E. F. Baumer, 
G. G. Quackenbnsh 
Outer-market distribution of milk in paper 
containers in the north central region. 
Purdue Univ. E.xp. Sta. Bull., 60(1. 44 pp. 

BUDDEMEIER, W. 1)., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Discussion of "Some guideposts in teaching 

economics to beginners." J. Farm. Econ., 

36:874-876. 

CASE, H. C. M., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 
With E. L. Saner 

Soil conservation pays off. ///. Agr. E.vp. Sta. 

Bull., 575. 23 pp. 
Reviews 

The story of agricultural economics in the 

United States, 1840-1932: men — service — 

ideas. The Annuls, 296:184. 

CLARR, J. B., First Assistant 

Articles 

With E. G. Fruin 

Farm business analysis as a guidepost to 
success. J. Amer. Soc. Farm Managers 
Ritral Appraisers, 18:33-35. 

FOLSE, C. L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Agriculture: rural sociological trends in the 

United States. Encyclopaedia Bi itannica, 

1:374-375. 

HANNAH, H. W., Professor 

Articles 

With N. G. P. Kratt= 

Compensation for Illinois land taken by the 
public. Univ. of III. College Ayr. Circ. 717. 
15 pp. 
Digest of Illinois laws relating to water. ///. 
Farm Econ., 22^:1525-1528. 



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HENEBERKV, W. H., Agricultural 

Economist, Agricultural Research Service 
Reviews 

Economics of some soil conservation practices 
liy Iowa Agr. Ex]). Sta. /. Soil and Water 
Conservation, 9:139. 
Limestone, by C. M. Linsley. /. Soil and 
Water Conservation, 9:239. 

HIERONYMUS, T. A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The market for lllmois corn. ///. Farm Econ., 
219:1505-1509. 

KRAUSZ, N. G. P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Inheritance and gift taxes on Illinois farm 
Iiroi>erty. Univ. III. College Agr. Circ. 72S. 
12 pp. 
Operating on a cash basis. Local Govt. Notes, 

No. 45. 4 pp. 
Rabies control in Illinois. Local Govt. Notes, 
No. 44. 2 pp. 
With H. W. Hannah 

Compensation for Illinois land taken by the 
public. Univ. III. College Agr. Circ. 717. 
15 pp. 

MUELLER, A. G., Assistant 
Articles 

Comparison of farm management service 
farms and a random sample of farms in 
western Illinois. /. Far>n Econ., 36:285-292. 
Summary of annual farm business reports on 
Illinois farms for the year 1953. ///. Farm 
Econ., 22;:1539-1S51. 

MUTTI, R. J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Reasons why the ojierating expenses vary 
among country grain elevators. Grain 
Trade Buyers Guide, 70:43,44,51. 
Appraising the system for distributing feed 
to farmers. ///. Farm Econ., 220:1517- 
1521; Feed<;tuffs, 26:42,57-60; The Feed 
Bag, 30,11:74-77. 

With G. W. Stone 

The retail distribution of feed in Illinois. 
Itlintns Feed Folks, 7,1,2,3:15-18, 17-18, 
9-15; Feedstnffs, 26,10, 11, 12:26-28, 24-27, 
48-53. 

NORTON, L. J., Professor 
Books 

Markets for and marketing of farm products. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. 119 pp. 
Articles 

Selling directly to terminal markets. Yearbook 
USD A, 34-35. 

The essentials of good terminals. Ibid., 48-52. 

The place of Illinois in supplying the national 
markets. /. Amer. Soc. Farm Managers 
Rural .A['t<raisers, 18:29-32. 
Reviews 

Agricultural policy, by Rainer Schickele. /. 
Farm Econ., i6:343-346. 

Farm policies of the US 1790-1950, by 
Murray R. Benedict. Current Econ. Com- 
ment, 16:62-63. 

Agricultural prices, by Frederick L. Thomp- 
son and Richard J. Foote. J. Amer. Sta- 
tistical Assn., 266:391-392. 

REISS, F. J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Discussion of a pajier by L. A. Bradford, 
"Critical problems of young families in 
getting established in farming." /. Farm 
Econ., 56:1021-1023. 



SAUER, E. L., Agricultural Economist, 

Agricultural Research Service 
Articles 
IVith H. C. M. Case 

Soil conservation pays off. ///. Agr. Exf. Sta. 

Bull., 575. 23 pp. 
With J. B. Stall, J. B. Fehrenbaclier. L. J. 

Bartelli, G. O. Walker, S. W. Melsted 
Water and land resources of the Crab 

Orchard Lake basin. State. III. Registration 

and Education Bull., 42. 53 pp. 

With H. O. Anderson, E. O. Heady, 
R. O. Olson, Lynn Robertson 

Economics of some soil conservation practices. 
la. Agr. E.x-p. Sta. Bull., 4(I3:57A-61]. 
Reviews 

Economics rating of soils for tax assessment, 
by A. R. Aandahl, W. G. Murray, and 
W. Sclioltes. I. Soil and Water Conserva- 
tion, 9:282-283. 

Origin of the land tenure system in the 
United States, by Marshall Harris. /. Soil 
and I'l^ater Conservation, 9:191. 

Farm management analysis, by L. A. Brad- 
ford and (i. L. Johnson. /. Soil and IVatcr 
Conservation, 9:93-94. 

STEWART, C. L., Professor 
Articles 

Point of history land appraisals. /. Amer. 

Sue. Farm Manai/ers Rural Appraisers, 18: 

40-44. 

SWANSON, E. R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Determining optimum size of business from 
Iiroduction functions. Univ. III. E.xp. Sta. 
Ag. Econ. Rep. 2. 4 pp. 
Integration of economic research discussion. 

/. Farm Econ., 56:850-851. 
Distribution of Illinois farm income. ///. 

Farm Econ., 279:1513-1516. 
Livestock income variability. III. Farm Econ., 
220:1532-1536. 
With Kirk Fo.r 

The selection of livestock enter]irises by 
activity analysis. /. Farm Econ., 56:78-86. 

VAN ARSDALL, R. N., Agricultural 

Economist, Agricultural Research Service 

Articles 

With Thayer Cleaver 

Handling silage and concentrates for beef 
cattle in drylot. Univ. 111. Circ. 714. 15 pp. 

With C. F. Fcncau 

Meeting dairy market sanitation reQuirements 
economically. USDA Marketing Research 
Report 64. 26 pp. 

WEST, V. I., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Analysis of the demand for meat using a 
simultaneous estimation of structural equa- 
tions. In Demand for Meat, by E. J. 
Worknig, pp. 129-133. 

WILCOX, R. H., Professor 
Articles 

I'iguring milk production costs in northern 

Illinois. Univ. 111. Ayr. Exp. Sta. Bull., 

583. IS lip. 

WILLIAMS, S. W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith Ernest Feder 

Dairy marketing in the northern great plains 

— its patterns and prospects. S. Dak. Agr. 

Exp. Sta. Bull., 43S. 59 pp. 



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DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 5 



IFiV/i R. IV. Bartlett, E. F. Battmer, 
G. G. Quackotbush 
Outer-market distribution of milk in paper 
containers in the north central region. 
Purdue Univ. £.r/>. Sta. Bull., 600. 44 pp. 

WILLS, T. E., Professor 
Articles 

Industrial management techniques in agri- 
culture. /. Farm Ecoii., .^O :St)5-S74. 
Research in size of farm from business 
records and surveys. L'iii'\ 111. Exp. Sta. 
Ag. Econ. Reft. 1. 8 pii. 
With A. J. Cross 

Organization and operation of farms in the 
claypan area of southern Illinois. Univ. 
111. Agr. E.xp. Sta. Bull., 579. 54 pp. 
With Harold L. Koeller 

Employment and income of rural families in 
northern Illinois. Uni'c. 111. Agr. Exp. Sta. 
Bull., 5S0. 24 pp. 

WORKING, E. J., Professor 
Books 

Dernand for meat. Published for the Institute 

of Meat Packing by the University of 

Chicago Press. 136 pp. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

CARTER. DEANE G., Professor 
Books 

Farm buildings. John Wilev and Sons, N. Y., 
286 pp. 

Articles 

Economic analysis of farm dairy buildings. 
Agr. Eng. J., j5: 19-21. 

HINXHCLIFF, KEITH H., Professor 
Articles 

With L. B. Culver, L. R. Kyle, 
H. R. Kemmercr 
Planning your farmstead. ///. .4gr. Ext. Serv. 
Cire. 732. 

KLEIS, ROBERT W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 
Design requirements of pneumatic systems for 

conveying feeds from storage. Agr. Eng. 

J., 55,9:655,656,660. 

LEHMAXX, E. W., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With M. W. Forth 

Report on performance and electric load 
characteristics of 5 h.p. motors and grind- 
ers. Agr. Eng. J., j'5,9:648-650; Urxiv. III. 
Agr. Exp. Station Cir. 581. 

PICKARD, GEORGE E., Professor 

Articles 

ll'ith H. P. Bateman 

Combining corn. Ayr. Eng. J., J5:S00,504. 

RAMSER, JOHN H., Associate 
Articles 

Effect of drying temperature on quality of 
wheat. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. 730. 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 

NORTON, HORACE W., Professor 
Articles 

On "Audiogenic seizure and the adrenal 
cortex." Science, 119:475-476. 



With E. E. Hatfield, U. S. Garrigus 

Antibiotic supplemetits in rations for growing 
and fattening lambs. J. An. Sci., 13:715- 

725. 

With A. I. Nelson, L. L. Kempe, L. B. Ho-.vard 
Studies on the dehydration of sweet corn. 
Food Technology, S:9-14. 

With D. E. Becker, J. W. Lassiter, 
S. W. Terrill 
Levels of protein in practical rations for the 
pig. J. .-In. Sci., 13:611-621. 

With S. W. Terrill, D. E. Becker, 
W. K. Warden, C. R. Adams 
Some plant and animal sources of crude 
protein for weanling pigs fed in drylot. 
J. An. Sci., 13:622-629. 
With L. L. Bucy, U. S. Garrigus, 
R. M. Forbes, Marian F. James 
Arsenical supplements in lamb fattening ra- 
tions. /. An. Sci., 13:668-676. 

Reviews 

An introduction to statistical scietice in 
agriculture, by D. T. Finney. /. Am. Sta- 
tistical Assn., -19:389-391. 



AGRONOMY 

ALEXANDER, D. E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

]Vith R. W. Jugenheimer, L. F. Batiman 

Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1953. 
Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 572. 

BEVER, W. M., Professor 

Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton 

The effect of soil-borne wheat mosaic on yield 
of winter wheat. Plant Disease Reporter, 
38:266. 

With Bcnjatnin Kohler 

Oat and wheat seed treatments: methods, 
injuries, and gains. Plant Disease Re- 
porter, 38:762-768. 

BONNETT, O. T., Professor 
Articles 

The inflorescences of maize. Sci., 120:77-87. 

BRAY, R. H., Professor 
Articles 

The new nitro-grass rotation for corn. IVhat's 
AVzt' in Crops & Soils, 6:11-12. 

A nutrient mobility concept of soil-plant rela- 
tionships. Soil Sci., 78:9-22 
With J. L. Nelson, L. T. Kiirts 

Rapid determination of nitrates and nitrites. 
Analyt. Chem., 26:1081. 

BROWN, C. M., Assistant 

Articles 

With H. L. Shands 

Behavior of the interspecific hybrid and 
amphiploid of Avena abyssinica X A. 
strigosa. Agron. ]., 46:557-559. 

BURGER, A. W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pasture mixtures which produce more beef. 

What's Neiu in Crops & Soils, 7:10-11. 

With T. S. Ronningen, A. 0. Kuhn 

Pasture renovation. Bull. Md. Agr. Exp. 
Sta., 449. 



6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



DUNCAN, G. II., Professor 
Articles 

With H'. B. Xevcns, K. E. Harshbarger. 
R. IV. Touchberry 
A metiiod for estimating the money value of 
corn silage. Dtcll. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 576. 
With K. E. Harshbarger, W. B. Ncvens, 
R. W. Touchberry, A. L. Lang 
Yield and composition of corn forage as 
influenced by soil fertilization. Bull. 111. 
Agr. n.vt. Sta., 577. 
The yield and protein content of silage corn 
as influenced by fertilization. /. Dairy Sci., 
j7:976-981. 

EARLEY, E. H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With C. r. Ross, U. S. Carrigus, 
T. S. Hamilton 
Comparing high-, medium-high-, and low- pro- 
tein corn for fattening lambs. /. An. Sci., 
13:433-437. 

FEHRENBACHER, J. B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. J. Snider 

Corn root penetration in Muscatine, Elliott, 
and Cisne soils. Sail Sci., 77:281-291. 
With J. B. Stall, L. J. Bartclli, G. O. Walker, 
E. L. Sauer, S. W. MeLsted 
Water and land resources of the Crab 
Orchard Lake Basin. ///. State Water 
Survey Div. Bull. 42. 

GERDEMANN, J. W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pathogenicity of Leftodiscus tcrrestris on red 
clover and other Leguminosae. Phvto- 
pathol., 4-/:451-4SS. 

The association of Diaporthe phaseolorum var. 
sojae with root and basal stem rot_of soy- 
bean. Plant Disease Reporter, SS ■.742-743. 

GIESEKING, J. E., Professor 
Articles 

With W. F. Spencer 

Cobalt adsorption and release in cation-ex- 
change systems. Soil Sci., 78:267-276. 

HACKLEMAN, J. C, Professor 
Articles 

With W. 0. Scott and others 

Crop varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., 731. 

HANSON, J. B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. R. Highkin 

Possible interaction between light-dark cycles 
and endogenous daily rhythms on the growth 
of tomato plants. Plant Physiol., 29:301-302. 
With James Bonner 

The relationship between salt and water up- 
take in Jerusalem artichoke tuber tissue. 
Amer. J. Bot., 41:702-710. 

HITTLE, C. N., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

A study of the polycross progeny testing 
technique as used in the breeding of smooth 
bromegrass. Agron. J., 1^(5:521-523. 

JACKOBS, J. A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With J. J. Pierre 

Growing birdsfoot trefoil in Illinois. Circ. 
111. Agr. E.vp. Sta., 725. 



JOHNSON, P. E., Assistant Professor I 

Articles 

So you want to grow alfalfa? Better Crops 
with Plant Food, .^5:6- 10, 40-42. 
With J. W. Pendleton, Benjamin Koehler, 
A. L. Lang, J. H. Bigger 
1953 Illinois corn tests. Bull. HI. Agr. Exp. 
Sta., 571. 

JUGENHEIMER, R. W., Professor 
Articles 

Hybrid maize emigrates to the old world. 
Foreign Agriculture, 18:63-66. 

With R. A. Siloiv 

Co-operative hybrid maize tests in European 
and Mediterranean countries — 1952. FAO 
Development Paper No. 42. Food and 
Agriculture Organization of the United j 
Nations. 179 pp. I 

With L. F. Bauman, D. E. Alexander 1 

Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1953. | 
Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 572. ' 

KLUTE, ARNOLD, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With M. B. Russell 

Movement of water in soils. Agr. Eng., 35: 
808-810. 

KOEHLER, BENJAMIN, Professor 
Articles I 

Some conditions influencing the results from ' 
corn seed treatment tests. PhytopathoL, 44: 
575-583. 
With W. M. Bever 

Oat and wheat seed treatments : methods, 
injuries, and gains. Plant Disease Re- 
porter, 38:762-768. 

With J. W. Pendleton, A. L. Lang, 

P. E. Johnson, J. H. Bigger j 

1953 Illinois corn tests. Bull. III. Apr. Exp. I 

Sta., 571. ' 

KURTZ, L. T., Professor 
Articles 

With J. L. Nelson, R. H. Bray 

Rapid determination of nitrates and nitrites. 
Analyt. Chem., 2(5:1081. 

LANG, A. L., Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton, Benjamin Koehler, 
P. E. Johnson, J. H. Bigger 
1953 Illinois corn tests. Bull. III. Aijr. Exp. 
Sta., 571. 

With K. E. Harshbarger, W. B. Nevens, 
R. W. Touchberry, G. H. Dungan 

Yield and composition of corn forage as in- 
fluenced by soil fertilization. Bull. III. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., 577. 

The yield and protein content of silage corn 
as influenced by fertilization. /. Dairv Sci., 
37:976-981. 

LENG, E. R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Effects of heterosis on the major components 

of grain yield in corn. .4Qron. J., 46:S02- 

506. 

LINSLEY, C. M., Professor 
Articles 

Limestone — how to use it, when to use it, 
where to use it. Circ. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 
721. 
Higher sovbean yields. Prairie Farmer, 126: 
22. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 7 



Soil treatment recommendations based on soil 
tests. Circ. III. Agr. Exf. Sta., 724. 

Key crop in the rotation. Prairie Farmer, 
126:36. 

LYNCH. D. L., Instructor 

Articles 

inth L. F. WUIiams 

Inheritance of a non-nodulating character in 
the soybean. Agrun. J., 46 ■.28-29. 

MELSTED. S. W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. B. Stall, J. B. Fehrenbacher, 

L. J. Bartelli, G. O. Walker, E. L. Salter 
Water and land resources of the Crab 

Orchard Lake Basin. ///. State ll'ater 

Survey Div. Bull. 42. 

ODELL. R. T., Professor 

Articles 

With H. L. Wascher 

Macon county soils. Rei'ision of Soil Rep. 
III.. 45. 
With P. T. I'eale, A. A. Kliiigebiel 

How to know your soils and manage them 
wisely. III. A?r. Exp. Sta. in cooperation 
with the USDA. 72 pp. 

PENDLETON, T. W., Assistant 
Articles 

The effect of lodging on spring oat yields and 
test weight. Agron. J., 46:2(>5-2b7. 

RUSSELL, D. A., Assistant 

Books 

With George Stanford 
A laboratory manual for soil fertility students, 
second ed. \Vm. C. Brown Company, Du- 
buque, la., 59 pp. 

RUSSELL, M. B., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 
With Arnold Klute 

Movement of water in soils. Agr. Eng. J., 

j;5:808-810. 

SCHENCK, N. C, Assistant 

Articles 

With J. C. Carter 

A fungistatic substance extracted from vitrain. 
Sci., 119:213-214. 

SCOTT, \V. O., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Crops for emergency plantings. Circ. III. 
Agr. Exp. Sta., 726. 

With J. C. Hackleman and others 

Crop varieties for Illinois. Circ. III. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., 731. 

SEARS, O. H., Professor 
Articles 

(jrowing red clover in Illinois. Circ. III. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., 727. 

SLIFE. F. \V., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Chemical weed control in corn and the use of 
chemical desiccants. Pub. No. 8 Seed Trade 
Assn. 5 pp. 1953. 
Weed control in Illinois. Patrons Guide, 6: 
5-7. 



Roundup on weed control chemicals. Hoard's 
Dairym., 99:412-413. 

With others 

Weeds of the north central states. ///. Agr. 
Exp. Sta. Circ, 718. 

SNIDER, H. J., Assistant Professor, Emeritus 
Articles 

Crop rotation becomes a hot issue. Hoard's 
Dairym., 99:731. 

With 7. B. Fehrenbacher 

Corn root penetration in Muscatine, Elliott, 
and Cisne soils. Soil Sci., 77:281-291. 

STAUFFER, R. S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. H. Rttst 

Leaching losses, runoff, and percolate from 
eight Illinois soils. .-Igron. J., 46:2Q7-2l\. 

With H. .4. Jangedyk 

Is it time to think about rebuilding soil struc- 
ture? What's New in Crops & Soils, 6:22, 
34. 

STEVENSON, F. J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Ion exchange chromatography of the amino 

acids in soil hvdrolysates. Proc. Soil Sci. 

Soc. Amcr., 18:373-377. 

WASCHER, H. L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. T. Odell 

Macon county soils. Revision of Soil Rep. 
111., 45. 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 

BECKER, DONALD E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With S. W. Terr ill 

Various carbohydrates in a semi-purified diet 
for the growing pig. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., 50:399-403. 
With D. E. Ullrey, S. W. Terrill 

A comparison of carbohydrates in a synthetic 
milk diet for the baby pig. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., 48:l78-\83. 
Protein and amino acid intakes for optimum 
growth in the young pig. /. An. Sci., 13: 
346-356. 

With D. E. Ullrey, S. W. Terrill, R. A. 
Notsold 
Failure of the newborn pig to utilize dietary 
sucrose. Science, 120:345-346. 
With J. W. Lassiter, S. W. Terrill, 
H. W. Norton 
Levels of protein in practical rations for the 
pig. /. An. Sci., 13:611-621. 
With S. W. Terrill, H. W. Norton, 
W. K. Warden, C. R. Adams 
Some plant and animal sources of crude 
portion for weanling pigs fed in drylot. /. 
An. Sci., 13:622-629. 

CRAIG, JAMES V., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. E. Casida, A. B. Chapman 

Male infertility associated with lack of libido 

in the rat. The American Naturalist, 88: 

365-372. 



8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



FORBES, RICHARD M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith Lticiie Vaughan 

Nitrogen balance of young albino rats force- 
fed methionine- or histidine-deficient diets. 
/. Nutr., 52:25-37. 

With Martha Yohe 

Studies on the influence of antibiotics and 
methionine on nitrogen utilization and basal 
metabolism of the growing albino rat J. 
Ntitr., 53:275-288. 
With A. R. Cooper, H. H. Mitchell 

On the occurrence of beryllium, boron, cobalt 
and mercury in human tissues. /. Biol. 
Chem., 2^9:857-865. 

With L. L. Bucy, U. S. Carrigus, 
H. W. Norton, Marian F. James 
Arsenical supplements in lamb fattening 
rations. /. An. Sci., Ji:668-676 

With P. B. Starks, W. H. Hale, U. S. Carrigus, 
Marian F. James 
Response of lambs fed varied levels of ele- 
mental sulfur, sulfate sulfur and methi- 
onine. J. An. Sci., 13:249-257. 

GARRIGUS, UPSON S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Pinch-hitting for protein. Sheep and Coat 
Raiser, o5:41-42. 

With E. E. Hatfield, H. W. Norton 

Antibiotic supplement in rations for growing 
and fattening lambs. /. An. Sci., 13:7\5- 
725. 

With C. V. Ross, T. S. Hamilton, E. B. Earley 
Comparing high-, medium-high- and low-pro- 
tein corn for fattening lambs. /. An. Sci., 
ii:433-437. 

With P. B. Starks, W. H. Hale, R. M. Forbes, 
Marian F. James 
Response of lambs fed varied levels of ele- 
mental sulfur, sulfate sulfur and methi- 
onine. /. An. Sci., 13:249-257. 

With L. L. Bucy, R. M. Forbes, H. W. 
Norton, Marian F. James 
Arsenical supplements in lamb fattening 
rations. /. An. Sci., 13:668-676. 

HAMILTON, TOM S., Professor 
Articles 

With C. V. Ross, U. S. Carrigus, E. B. Earley 
Comparing high-, medium-high-, and low-pro- 
tein corn for fattening lambs. /. An. Sci., 
13:435-437. 

HATFIELD, EFTON E., Instructor 
Articles 

With U. S. Carrigus, H. W. Norton 

Antibiotic supplement in rations for growing 
and fattening lambs. /. An. Sci., 13:715- 
725. 

JOHNSON, B. CONNOR, Professor 
Articles 

Axel Hoist. /. Nutr., 53:1-16. 
With Jay Firth 

Pseudo-Bi: activity in the baby pig. Science, 
120:352-353. 

With H. E. Schendel 

Studies of antibiotics in weanling rats ad- 
ministered suboptimum levels of certain B 
vitamins orally and parenterally. /. Nutr., 
5'/:461-468. 



Activated sewage sludge as a source of vita- 
min Bi2 for the pig. .4gr. and Food Chem., 
2:23-24. 

Mechanism of action of antibiotics in 
"si)aring" I! vitamins. Fed. Proc, 13:476- 
477. 
With J. H. Hopper, K. E. Gardner 

Butyrated lard in the ad libitum feeding of 
"filled milk"' for veal production. /. Dairy 
Sci., ^7:431-435. 

With H. E. Schendel, A. F. Borg 

Tlie effect of antibiotics on the intestinal and 
cecal microflora of baby pigs fed a "syn- 
thetic milk." /. An. Sci., 13:904-9\\. 
With J. Firth, S. P. Mistry 

Effect of vitamin B12 on methyl synthesis 
from glycerine. Fed. Proc, 13:457. 

With C. Wolf, S. K. Kahn 

Synthesis of vitamin A-2-^-'C for use in 
metabolism studies. Proc. Second Radio- 
isotope Conf., Oxford, July 19-23 (1954). 
With J. Firth, S. P. Mistry, Marian F. James 
Vitamin B12 and transmethylation in the baby 
pig. Proc. Soc. Expt. Biol. Med., 85:307- 
309. 

With S. P. Mistrv, I. Vadopalaite, I. Chang, 
J. Firth 
Vitamin B12 and transmethylation in pig liver 
homogenates. Fed. Proc, ii :26S-266. 

MISTRY, SORAB P., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. C. Johnson, J. Firth 

Effect of vitamin B12 on methyl synthesis 

from glycine. Fed. Proc, 13:457. 

With J. Firth, B. C. Johnson, Marian F. James 

Vitamin B12 and transmethylation in the baby 

pig. Proc. Soc Exp. Biol. Med., 85:307- 

309. 

With B. C. Johnson, I. Vadopalaite, I. Chang, 
J. Firth 
Vitamin B12 atid transmethylation in pig liver 
homogenates. Fed. Proc, i5:265-266. 

MITCHELL, HAROLD H., Professor 

Articles 

The dependence of the biological value of food 
]iroteins upon their content of essential 
amino acids. Chapter in 100 Jahre Mock- 
cm. Die Be'vcrtttng der Fiitterstoffc und 
andcre Probleme der Tierernahrung. Vol. 
II. Edited by K. Nehring. Deutsche 
Akademie der Landwirtschaft-swissenschaf- 
ten, Berlin, pp. 279-325. 
Nutrition under climatic stress. III. Human 
experimentation. Laboratory studies. A 
symposium sponsored by the Quartermaster 
Food and Container Institute for the Armed 
Forces and the National Research Council, 
held in Washington, D. C, December 4-5, 
1952 and published by the National Acad- 
emy of Sciences in May, 1954, pp. 108-129. 

With M. H. Bert 

The determination of metabolic fecal nitro- 
gen. J. Nutr., 52:483-498. 

With V. C. Metta 

Determinations of the metabolizable energy of 
organic nutrients for the rat. /. Nutr., 52: 
601-612. 

With R. M. Forbes, A. R. Cooper 

On the occurrence of beryllium, boron, cobalt 
and mercury in human tissues. J. Biol. 
Chem., 209:857-865. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 9 



XALBANDOV, ANDREW V., Professor 
ll'ith W. Koritfeld 

Endocrine influences on the development of 
the rudimentary gonad of fowl. Endocrin- 
ology, 35:751-761. 
With A. -an Tienhoven, H. If. Norton 

Effect of diebenamine on progesterone-induced 
and "spontaneous" ovulation in the hen. 
Endocrinology, 5-/ :605-611. 

SCOTT, HAROLD M., Professor 
Articles 

ll'ith P. Grimingcr 

The effect of different cereals on feed ef- 
ficiencv, egg quality aiid shell thickness. 
Poultry Scl., 05:1217-1219. 

With H. Fisher 

The essential amino acid requirements of 
chicks as related to their proportional oc- 
currence in the fat-free carcass. Arch. 
Biochem. Biophys., 5i :517-519. 

With H. Fisher, R. G. Hansen 

Further studies on the alfalfa factor and its 
relation to the liver and whev factors. /. 
Xutr., 52:13-24. 

TERRILL, STANLEY W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Your hog business. Col. Agr. Circ. 719. 
16 pp. 
With D. E. Becker 

Various carbohydrates in a semipurified diet 
for the growing pig. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., i0:399-403. 

With D. E. Becker, D. E. Ullrey 

A comparison of carbohydrates in a synthetic 

milk diet for the baby pig. Arch. Biochem. 

Biophys., -/5:178-183. 
Protein and amino acid intakes for optimum 

growth rate in the young pig. /. An. Sci., 

75:346-356. 

With D. E. Becker, D. E. Ullrex, 
R. A. Notzold 
Failure of the newborn pig to utilize dietary 
sucrose. Sciciue, i20: 345-346. 
With D. E. Becker, J. W. Lassiter, 
H. W. Norton 
Levels of protein in practical rations for the 
pig. y. An. Sci., 13:611-621. 
With D. E. Becker, H. W. Norton, 
W. K. Warden, C. R. Adams 
Some plant and animal .sources of crude pro- 
tein for weanling [iigs fed in drylot. /. An. 
Sci., 13:622-629. 

WOLF, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 
ll'ith Pei Hsing Lin Wu 

Metabolism of alpha C"DL histidine in the 

intact rat; urinarv metabolites. Fed. Proc, 

13:32i. 

With B. C. Johnson, S. G. Kahn 

Synthesis of vitamin A-2-C" for use in 
metabolism studies. Proc. the Second 
Radioisotope Conf., Oxford, England. 283- 
286. 



ARCHITECTURE 

BANL'^TER. TURPIN C, Professor 

Books 

The architect at mid-century. Vol. 1. Evolu- 
tion and achievement. Reinhoid Co., N.Y., 
550 pp. 



Articles 

Pioneering in architectural* education. J.Amer. 
Inst. Arch., 20:3-8, 76-81. 

LOOKER, CHARLES B., Assistant Professor 

Books 

ll'itli James --i. Prestridge 

A syllabus for theory of architecture. Hunter 
and Wroughton, Urbana. 62 pp. 



ASTRONOMY 

McVITTIE, G. C, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Aerodynamic motions of interstellar gas 

clouds. Astrophys. J., 119:352-364. 
Relativistic and Newtonian cosmology. Astron. 
J., 59:173-180. 

ROGERS, MICHAEL H., Research Associate 
Articles 

The forced flow of a tliin layer of viscous 
fluid on a rotating sphere. Proc. Row Soc. 
A,224:192-208. 
Note on compute<i transports of angular mo- 
mentum in a theoretical model of the gen- 
eral circulation. Qt.J.Rox.Mct.Soc, 80: 
627-628. 

WYATT, STANLEY P., Jr., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Astronomical films. Skv and Telescope, 13: 
232. 

Research and the small astronomy department. 
Sky and Telescope, 13:306. 

Reviews 

Man and his physical universe, by R. Wistar. 
Sky and Telescope, 13:92-93. 



AVIATION, INSTITUTE OF 

BRYAN, LESLIE A., Director of Institute and 
Professor of Management 

Articles 

TM must sell management. Shipping Manage- 
ment, 18:13-14 (1953). 
Air university. Flying, Sidney, Australia 

(June 1953). 
Aviation. World Book Encyclopedia (1954 

Annual Supplement), pp. 32-35. 
Space travel. World Book Encyclopedia (1954 

Annual Supplement), pp. 218-219. 
The institute of aviation. Education, 74:636- 

640. 
Aviation ground school. Aero. Bull. Univ. III. 

Inst, of Aviat., 12. 23 pp. 
Organizing for flight operations. Aero. Bull. 

Univ. III. Inst. Aviat., 13. 52 pp. 

With J. W. Stoned pher, Karl Aran 

180-degree turn experiment. Aero. Bull. 
Univ. III. Inst. Aviat., 11. 60 pp. 

STONECIPHER, JESSE W., Chief Flight 
Instructor 
A new look at single engine night flying. 
Flying, 55,1:28. 



10 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BACTERIOLOGY 

• 

CHIN, CHI-HAN, Research Associate 
Articles 

Ji'ith Enicst Biiediyig 

Occurrence of oxidative phosphorylations in 
tlie muscle of Ascaris lumbricoides. Bio- 
chitiiica Biophysica Acta, lS:33l-337. 

(a'XSALUS, IRWIN C, Professor 
Articles 

tiroup transfer and acyl-generating functions 
of lipoic acid derivations. In a Sympo- 
sium on the Mechanisms of Encymc Action, 
ed. by W. D. McElroy and Bentley Glass, 
The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, pp. 
545-579. 
Oxidative and transfer reactions of lipoic 
acid. Fed. Proc, IS -.715-722. 
With R. A. Smith 

Isocitritase: A new tricarboxylic acid cleav- 
age system. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5002- 
5003. 
With C. H. Chin 

A lipoic acid-mediated synthesis of acetoin 
from acetyl phosphate (ACPO4) by E. coli. 
Fed. Proc, lS:l91-\92. 

HALVORSON, H. O., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With Norman L. Laurence 

Studies on the spores of aerobic bacteria. III. 
The D-amino acid content of spores and 
vegetative cells of bacillus terminalis. /. 
Bact., (57:585-588. 
With A. M. Stern, Z. John Ordal 

Utilization of fatty acids by and lipolytic ac- 
tivities of mucor mucedo. /. Bact., 68:24- 
27. 
With Norman L. Laivrence 

Studies on the spores of aerobic bacteria. IV. 
A heat resistant catalase from spores of 
bacillus terminalis. /. Bact., 68:334-337. 
With Thclma Snccd 

The facts of aerobacter cloacae. Applied Mi- 
crobiology, 2:285-287. 
With Brooks D. Church, Harlyn Halvorson 
Studies on spore germination: its independ- 
ence from alanine racemase activity. /. 
Bact., 68:393-399. 

JUNI, ELLIOT, Assistant Professor 
Books 

With S. Spiegelman 

Laboratory outline for general microbiology. 
Burgess Publishing Co., Minneapolis, 82 pp. 

Articles 

With G. A. Heym 

Diphosphothiamine dependent condensation re- 
actions. Fed. Proc, 13:23?,. 

LANDMAN, OTTO E., Research Associate 
Articles 

Nemospora lactase. II. Enzyme formations 

in the standard strain. Arch. Biochem. 

Biophys., 52:93-109. 

LURIA, S. E., Professor 

Articles 

(ienetic functions and developmental processes 
of bacterial viruses. International Sym- 
posium of the Dynamics of Virus and Rick- 
ettsial Infections, pp. 30-35. 



Some metabolic and cytochemical aspects of 
bacteriophage infection. Symposia of the 
Section on Microbiology, the New York 
Academy of Medicine, Number 8, pp. 132- 
137. 

The relation of the synthesis of viruses and 
other cell components in bacteria. Proc. 
2nd Cancer Conf., pp. 1331-1337. 

With E. S. Lenncv, S. Benjjer 

On the mechanism of photoreactivation of 
UV inactivated bacteriophage. Biochimica 
et Biophysica Acta, 15:471-475. 

With Doris L. Steiner 

The role of calcium in the penetration of bac- 
teriophage T5 into its host. /. Bad., 67: 

635-639. 

SPIEGELMAN, S., Professor 
Articles 

Heritable differences in enzyme synthesizing 

capacity amongst cells of identical genotype. 

Proc. 2nd National Cancer Cong., pp. 1345- 

1348. 

With Harlyn O. Halvorson 

On the role of the inducer in the synthesis 
of maltase in yeast. /. Bact., 68:265-273. 

With B. Rotman 

On the origin of the carbon in the induced 
synthesis of beta-galactosidase in E. coli. 
J. Bact., 68:419-429. 

With O. E. Landman 

Genetics of microorganisms. Ann. Rev. of 
Microbiol., 5:181-236. 

WALLACE, GEORGE I., Professor 
Articles 

With F. H. White, J. O. Alberts 

Serological and electron microscope studies of 
chronic respiratory disease agent of chickens 
and of turkey sinusitis agent. Poultry Sci- 
ence, 55:500-507. 

WOLFE, RALPH S., Instructor 

Articles 

With D. J. O'Kane 

Carbon dioxide and acetate exchange by ex- 
tracts of Clostridium butyricum. Bact. 
Proc, 98. 



BOTANY 

BANNISTER, THOMAS T., Research 
Assistant 

Articles 

Energy transfer between chromophore and 
protein in phycocyanin. Arch. Biochem. 
Biophys., 49:222-223. 

BELL, C. RITCHIE, Instructor in Botany 
and D.G.S. 

Articles 

The Sanicula crassicaulis complex (Umbelli- 

ferae). Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot., 27:133-230. 
Sarracenia leucophvlla Rafinesque. Jour. 

Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc, 70:57-60. 
Additional data on animistic thinking among 

college and university students. Sci. 

Monthly, 79:67-69. 

Reviews 

Flora of West Virginia, by P. D. Straus- 
baugh and Earl L. Core. Madrono, i2 : 158- 
159. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 11 



r.LACK, LINDSAY M., Professor 
Articles 

Multiplication of clover club-leaf virus in its 
insect vector. Proceedings 7th (1950) In- 
ternational Botanical Congress, Stockholm. 
Chronica Botanica Co., \\altham, Mass., 
pp. "07-708 (1953). 
Arthropod transmission of plant viruses. Ex- 
['crimcnta! Parasitology, 5:72-104. 
With Shirley S. Teitelbaiim 

The effect of a phytophagous species of Tetra- 
stichus, new to the United States, on sweet 
clover infected with wound-tumor virus. 
Phytofath., ■;V:548-550. 

With M. K. Brakkc and A. E. I 'after 

Size and shape of wound-tumor virus. Brook- 
haven National Laboratory, Upton, N.V., 
Symposia in Biology 6:137-156. 

BRAKKE, MYRON K., Research Associate 

Articles 

ll'-ith L. G. Xickell 

Secretion of a-amylase by Rumex virus 
tumors in vitro. Amer. J. Hot., 4J: 390-394. 

DELEVORYAS, THEODORE, Assistant 

Articles 

With Jeanne Morgan 

Observations on petiolar branching and foliage 
of an American Botryopteris. Amer. Midi. 
Xat., 52:374-387. 
A new Pteridosperm from upper Pennsylvania 
deposits of North America. Palaeont., 96: 
13-20. 
An anatomical study of a new Coenopterid 
and its bearing on the morphology of certain 
Coenopterid petioles. Amer. J. Bat., 41: 
192-198. 

EMERSON, ROBERT, Research Professor 

Articles 

With Ruth V. Chalmers 

Efficiency of photosynthesis during transient 
and steady-rate conditions. Science, 119: 
580. 
The maximum efficiency of photosynthesis 
and transient changes in metabolism. Pro- 
ceedings of the Sth International Botanical 
Congress, Paris. 

FULLER, HARRY J., Professor 

Books 

With O. Tippo 

College botany, 2nd ed. Henry Holt & Co., 
N.Y., 993 pp. 

Articles 

Education or training? Science, 120:546. 
Reviews 

The diminished mind, by Mortimer Smith. 
Chicago Tribune Magazine of Books, Oc- 
tober 31, 1954. 

GILPIN, ROBERT H., Fellow 
Articles 

Concerning the nutrition of Apodachlya bra- 
chynema. Mycologia, 46:702-707. 
With Arthur W. Ziegler 

A description of a new species of Achlya with 
some observations on its physiology. My- 
cologia, 46:647-65]. 

HECKARD, LAWRENCE R., Research 
Assistant 

Articles 

Cytotaxonomy of a polyploid complex. Hui- 
tieme Congress International de Botanique, 
Rapports et Communications, Sect. 9:72-7i. 



HOLT, A. STANLEY, Research Associate 
Articles 

With E. Jacobs 

The absorption spectrum of chlorophyll a 

crystals. /. Chein. Phys., 22:142. 
Spectroscopy of Plant Pigments 

I. Ethyl chlorophyllides A and B and their 

phfophorbides. .Amer. J. Hot., 41 :7 \0-7\7. 

II. Metliyl bacteriochlorophyllide and bacteri- 

ochlorophyll. .4mer. J. Bot., 41:7\S-722. 

With E. Jacobs and Albert Fatter 

Crystalline chlorophyll and bacteriochlorophyll. 
Archil'. Biochcm. Biophys., 5i :228-238. 

LEE, CHENG L., Research Associate 

Sex chromosomes in Ginkgo biloba. Amer. J. 
Bot., 41:545-549. 

LICHTWARDT, ROBERT W., Research 

Assistant 

Three species of Eccrindles inhabiting the 
hindguts of millipeds, with comments on the 
Eccrinids as a group. Mycologia, 46:564- 
585. 

MORGAN, JEANNE, Assistant 

Articles 

With T. Delei'oryas 

A further investigation of the morphology of 

Anachoropteris clavata. Amer. J. Bot., 

T'i: 198-203. 

NANCE, JAMES F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With y. Shigemiira 

Studies on acetaldehyde evolution and utili- 
zation. Amer. J. Bot., 41:829-832. 

RABINOWITCH, EUGENE I., Research 

Professor 
Articles 

With A. Stanley Holt, Earl Jacobs 

The absorption spectra and monomolecular 
layers of chlorophyll a and ethyl chloro- 
phyllide a. J. Chem Phys., 22:142-143. 

RHOADES, MARCUS M., Professor 
Articles 

Chromosomes, mutations, and cytoplasm in 

maize. Science, 120:115-120. 
Comments on the paper Photographs of Living 

Chromosomes. J. Heredity, 45:28. 
Lewis J. Stadler, geneticist. Science, 120: 
553-554. 

SACHER, JOSEPH A., Instructor 

Articles 

Structure and seasonal activity of the shoot 
apices of Pinus lambertiana and Piniis 
pondcrosa. Amer. J. Bot., 41:749-759. 

SHANOR, LELAND, Professor 
Books 

A laboratory guide for general mycology, 

4th ed. Univ. 111. Steno Bur., Urbana. 

69 pp. 

SILVA. PAUL C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Phylogenetic significance of anatomical differ- 
ences in Codium. Huitieme Congres Inter- 
national de Botanique, Rapports et Com- 
munications, Sect. 17 :102-10i. 

With Anne Pozvers Cleary 

The structure and reproduction of the red 
alga, Platysiphotiia. Amer. J. Bot., 41:251- 
260, 37 figs. 
Reviews 

The algae of Illinois, by L. H. Tiffany and 
M. E. Britton. Amer. Midi. Nat., 51:315- 
317. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



STERN, WILLIAM L., Fellow 
Articles 

Comparative anatomy of xylem and pliylogeny 
of Lauraceae. Trop. Woods, 100:1-72. 

STEWART, WILSON N., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The structure and affiinities of Pachytesta 
lllinocnse comb. nov. Anier. J. Bot., 6:500- 

508. 

TIPPO, OSWALD, Professor and Chairman of 

Department 
Books 
With Harry J. Fuller 

College botany, 2nd ed. Henry Holt & Co., 
N.Y., 993 pp. 

VESTAL, ARTHUR G., Professor 
Articles 

Composition diagrams for forests. ///. Acad. 
Sci. Trans., 46:31-36. 

Diagrams to show which species occur in par- 
ticular plots or stands. ///. Acad. Sci. 
Trans., 46:37-40. 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 

CONDON, ARNOLD, Associate Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

With Rozi'cna Wellman 

A challenge to some commonly accepted short- 
hand teaching practices. UBEA Forum, 
October, 1954. 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, BUREAU 

PETERSON, ROBERT L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

How competent are older workers? The 

Office Executive, 29, 11:17-20. 
Older workers and their job effectiveness. 

Current Economic Comment, 16, 4:26-31. 

HALL, H. SKERRY, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Minimizing the cost of breaking-in personnel. 

Bureau of Business Management, Univ. 111. 

(BMA-9), 9 pp. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ALLEN, ALFRED W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With T. A. Willmore, R. S. Degenkolb, 
R. H. Hcrron 
Application of sonic moduli of elasticity and 
rigidity to testing of heavy refractories. /. 
Am. Ceram. Soc, 37, 10:445-457. 

ANDREWS, ANDREW IRVING, Professor 
and Head of the Department 

Articles 

Porcelain enamel in the building industry. 
Building Research Institute Proceedings of 
Nov. 12 and 13, 1953. B.R.A.B. Confer- 
ence Report No. 6; National Research 
Council Publication 303. 

With John E. Cox 

A study of hairlining. /. Am. Ccram. Soc, 
■?:186-19L 

BENNETT, DWIGHT G., Research Professor 
Articles 

Porcelain enamels and ceramic coating, pritne 

inhibitors of metal corrosion. Corrosion, 

10,1:13-20. 



The effects of extended heating on ceramic 
coatings and base metal. U. S. Air Force, 
Air Research and Development Command, 
WADC Tech. Rep. No. 53-57, pp. 21-40. 

With W. J. Plankenhorn, Basil Ohnysty 

The resistance of ceramic coatings to attack 
by fuming nitric acid. U. S. Air Force, 
Air Research and Development Command, 
WADC Tech. Rep. No. 53-315. 14 pp. 
1953. 

With W. J. Plankenhorn, Herbert R. Toler 
Protective ceramic coatings for titanium. L^S. 
Air Force, Air Research and Development 
Command, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 54-87. 
31 pp. 1953. 

With W. J. Plankenhorn, William F. 
Zimm-erman 
Aluminum titanate as a porous insulating 
material for the protection of metal. U. S. 
Air Force, Air Research and Develoi)ment 
Command, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 53-187. 
21 pp. 1953. 

Articles 

With G. Don McTaggart, Tracy A. IVillmore 
Metal bonded zirconium diboride. U. S. Air 
Force, Air Research and Development Com- 
mand, WADC Tech. Rep. No. 54-194. 
40 pp. 

COOK RALPH L., Professor 

Articles 

With Rey C. Tung 

Stability of acid resistant red porcelain enam- 
els. /. Amer. Cer. Soc, j7:496-501. 



CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ADAMS, ROGER, Research Professor 
Articles 

IVith Richard S. Colgrove 

Quinone imides. XXXVI. Orientation of 
groups in adducts of quinone diimides with 
different N-substituents. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:3584-3587. 
With Raymond H. Mattson 

Restricted rotation in aryl amines. XVI. 4- 
Substituted l-amino-2-methylnaphthalenes. 
J. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:4925-4928. 

With Seiji Miyano 

2-Aminopyridine 1-oxides. /. Am. Chem. 

Soc, 76:2785-2786. 
Condensation reactions of picoline 1-oxides. 
/. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:3168-3171. 
With Irwin J. Pachter 

The action of alkali on bromopyridopyri- 
midones. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:1845-1847. 
With Seymour H. Pomerantc 

Quinone imides. XXXII. Reactions of 1,4- 
naphthoquinonedibenzenssulfonimide with 
jiyridine and its derivatives. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:702-706. 
With Rolland W. P. Short 

Quinone imides. XXXIV. Addition of dienes 
to substituted p-quinonedibenzenesulfon- 
imides. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:2408-2410. 
With K. I'. Y. Sundstrom 

Restricted rotation in aryl amines. XVII. 
Effect of varying the 4-substituent on the 
stability of optically active N-benzenesul- 
fonyl - N - carboxymethyl - 1 - amino- 2 - methyl- 
naphthalene. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5474- 
5477. 
With Benjamin L. Van Duuren 

Stereochemistry of the pyrrolizidine bases. /. 
Am. Chem. Soc, 76:6379-6383. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 13 



IVith John IV. IVay 
Quinone imides. XXXV. o-Quinonedibenzi- 
niides. /. Am. Chcm. Soc, "6:27(13-2769. 
With Dale C. Blomstrom, K. I'. 1'. Sundstrom 
Restricted rotation in aryl amines. XVIII. 
Resolution of X-carboxymethyl-N-methyl-3- 
bromomesidine. J. .-Iiii. Client. Soc, 76: 
5478-5479. 
Ifith T. E. Young, R. W. P. Short 
Quinone imides. XXXIII. Orientation of 
adducts I'rom 2-henzenesulfonyl-/'-quinon- 
edibenzenesulfonimitic. J. A))!. CIudi. Soc, 
7(5:1114-1118. 

Reviews 

The limits of the earth, by Fairfield Osborn. 

Sci. .Monthly, 75:196. 
Xobel prize winners in chemistry: 1901-1950, 

by Eduard Farber. Sci. Monthiv, 79:333- 

334. 
Lehrbuch der organischen chemie, by Paul 

Karrer. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 55:521. 

ALPEROVITCH, EDWARD A., Instructor 
Reviews 

Chemistry of the lanthanons, by R. C. Vick- 
ery. J. Colloid Sci., 9:493-494. 

AUDRIETH, LUDWIG F., Professor 
Articles 

Hydrazine. Ord. Res. Bull., October: 1-3. 

With L. H. Diamond 

Preparation of X-substituted hydrazines by 
modification of the Raschig synthesis. /. 
Am. Chcm. Soc, 7(5:4869-4871. 

With Earic S. Scott 

Hydrazine derivatives of the carbonic and 
thiocarbonic acids. II. Derivatives of thio- 
carbohydrazide. /. Org. C hem., iP: 742-748. 

Hydrazine derivatives of the carbonic and 
thiocarbonic acids. IV. Preparation of 
some di- and triaminoguanidines by the 
hvdrazinolvsis of thioethers. J. Org. Chem., 
79:1231-1237. 

Inorganic polymerization reactions. /. Chem. 
Educ. ii: 168-175. 
With J. W. V/estu-ater 

Liquid phase equilibria. System tert-butyl 
alcohol-tert-butyl hypochlorite-water. Jnd. 
and Eng. Chem., -^(5:1281-1284. 
With Hans Zimmer 

Tertiary butyl hypochlorite as an X-chlori- 
nating agent. /. Am. Chcm. Soc, 76:3856- 
3857. 
With Ervin Cotton, Mark M. Jones 

Formation of hydrazine from t-butyl hypo- 
chlorite and ammonia. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:1423-1431. 

The preparation of hydrazine from urea and 
t-butyl hypochlorite. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
7(5:2572-2574. 

With Jacob Kleinberg, Melvin Tecotzky 

Absorption soectrum of aqueous monochlora- 
mine solutions. Anal. Chem., 2(5:1388-1389. 

With John R. Mills, L. E. Netherton 

Polymerization and depolymerization phe- 
nomena in phosphate-metaphosphate systems 
at higher temperatures. II. The thermal 
behavior of alkali metal monohydrogen 
sulfate-monohvdroeen phosphates mixtures. 
/. Phys. Chem., 3«: 482-486. 

With Earle S. Scott, Perry S. Kippur 

Hydrazine derivatives of the carbonic and 
thiocarbonic acids. I. The preparation and 
properties of thiocarbohydrazide. /. Org. 
Chem.. 19:733-741. 



With Earl S. Scott, E. E. teller 

Hydrazine derivatives of the carbonic and 
thiocarbonic acids. III. Preparation of 
thioseniicarbazide. /. Orr/. Chcm., 19:749- 
752. 

Reviews 

Experimental inorganic chemistry, by W. G. 
Palmer. Sci., 120:566. 

BAILAR. JOHX C, JR., Profes.sor 

Articles 

With B. Das Sarma 

The stereochemistry of metal chelates of a 

jiolydentate legand. J. .-Im. Chem. Soc, 

7(5:4051-4052. 

With Daryle H. Busch 
The optical stability of beryllium complexes. 
/. Am. Chcm. Soc, 7(5:5352-5353. 
With Ward B. Schaap, H. A. Laitinen 

Polarography of iron oxalates, malonates and 
succinates. 7. Am. Chem. Soc, 7(5:5868- 
5872. 

BUSWELL, ARTHUR M., Research Professor 
Articles 

Chapter 14, "Fermentations in waste treat- 
ment," Ind. Fermentations, edited by L. A. 
Underkofier. Chemical Publishing Co., 
N. Y., pp. 518-555. 

Section on "Sewage," Encxclopedia of Chem. 
Tech., i2: 191-207. 

Effects of drought in Illinois. /. Amcr. Wtr. 
Wks. Assn., 46:395-402. 

With W. J. Roberts 

The water resources of the east north central 
states. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46:487-493. 
With H. F. Mueller, I. Van Meter 

Bacteriological explanation of rate of oxygen 
consumption in the BOD test. Sewage Ind. 
Wastes, 26:267-285. 
With G. E. Stout, J. C. Neil 
Quantitative measurement of rainfall by 
radar. /. Amer. Wtr. Wks. Assn., 46:837- 
852. 
With L. A. Russell, F. J. Fray, R. McL. 
Whitney 
Bactericidal effects of ultrasound. Ind. Eng. 
Chem., 46:1751-1756. 
With T. Shicta, N. Lawrence, I. Van Meter 
Laboratory studies on the kinetics of the 
growth of nitrosomonas with relation to 
the nitrification phase of the BOD test. 
Appl. .Microbiol., 2:21-25. 

CARTER, HERBERT E., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

With Pearl Schivartc 

A nonenzymatic illustration of "citric acid 
type" asymmetry: the meso-carbon atom. 
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., "#0:499-508. 
With Carl P. Schaffner, David Gottlieb 

Levomycin. I. Isolation and chemical stud- 
ies. Arch. Biochem. Biophys.. 53:282-293. 
With David Gottlieb, Marvin Legator, Virginia 
Gallicchio 
The biosynthesis of chloramphenicol. I. Pre- 
cursors stimulating the synthesis. J. Bad., 
68:243-251. 
With Walter D. Celmcr. William E. M. Lands, 
Katherine L. Mueller, H. H. Tomizawa 
Biochemistry of the sphingolipides. VIII. 
Occurrence of a long chain base in plant 
phosphatides. /. Biol. Chem., 206:613-623. 



14 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



CARTER, HERBERT E., (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

With R. K. Clark, Jr., Paul Kohn, John IV. 

Rothrock, W. R. Taylor, C. A. West, 

George B. Whitfield, William G. Jackson 
Streptothricin. I. Preparation, properties 

and livdrolysis products. /. Am. Chem. 

Soc, 76:566-569. 

CLARK, GEORGE L., Research Professor 

Articles 

With Victor E. Buhrke 

Effect of elemental sulfur in the diet on 
load-extension hysteresis in single wool 
fibers. Sci., 120:AQAl. 
With L. E. Holly 

Interpretation of results and correlated med- 
ical observations. Anal. Chem., 2d: 141S- 
1420. 
With H. C. Terford 

Fluorescent spectral analysis for iron. Anal. 
Chem., 2(5:1416-1418. 
With W. F. Loranger, S. J. Bodnar 

X-ray analysis of foundry dusts for quartz 
and iron in relation to silicosis and sider- 
osis. Anal. Chem., 26:1413-1416. 
Reviews 

Introduction to electron microscopy, by C. E. 
Hill. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:317-318. 

COREY, ELIAS J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The stereochemistry of a-haloketones. V. 
Prediction of the stereochemistry of a- 
brominated ketosteroids. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:175-179. 
With H. J. Burke 
Formation of bicyclo (4.1.0) heptane deriva- 
tives from eucarvone. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:5257-5258. 
With J. J. Ursprung 

The stereochemistry of the a-amyrins. Chem. 
hid., 13S7-1388. 
With W. J. Wechter 

Stereochemistry of the non-radical halogen 
exchange between active .f^r-octyl iodide 
and chlorine. /. Am. Chetn. Soc, 76:6040- 
6042. 

With R. A. Sneen, M. G. Danaher, R. L. 
Young, R. L. Rutledge 
A method for the location of deuterium 
atoms attached to cyclohexane rings. Chem. 
Ind., 1294. 

CURTIN, DAVID Y., Professor 

With Arthur Bradley 

Anomolous oxidations of l-p-anisyl-l-phenyl- 
ethylene with performic and perbenzoic 
acids. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5777-5778. 

With Malcolm, C. Crew 

Migration ratios in the rearran!,'einent of 
2-amino-l,l-diaryl-ethanols. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:3719-3722. 

With Michael J. Fletcher 

Metalation of dibenzhydryl ether and car- 
bonation with allylic rearrangement. /. 
Org. Chem., J9:352-356. 
With Harry W. Johnson, Jr. 

Mechanism of the para Claisen rearrange- 
ment. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:227b. 

With William Proops 

Cleavage and rearrangement of ethers with 
bases. Ethers of benzoin and ethyl mande- 
late. /. Am. Chem. Sue, 76:494-499. 

Reaction of phenylbenzoyldiazomethane with 
benzoin. /. Org. Chem., J9: 820-825. 



Reviews 

Stereochemical control of organic reactions. 
Rec Chem. Prog., J5: 111-128. 

DRICKAMER, H. G., Professor 

Articles 

With Q. R. Jeffries 

Diffusion in CO2 — CHi mixtures to 225 
atmospheres pressure. /. Chem. Phys., 
22:436-437. 
With T. Liu 

The effect of compression and of hydrostatic 
I)ressure on the diffusion anisotropy in 
zinc. /. Chem. Phys., 22:312-319. 
With W. M. Rutherford 

A theory for thermal diffusion in liquid and 
the use of pressure to investigate the 
theory /. Chem. Phys., 22:1157-1165. 
The effect of pressure on thermal diffusion 
in n-paraffin hydrocarbon — CS2 mixtures. 
/. Chem. Phys., 22:1284-1287. 
With R. L. Saxton 

Thermal diffusion in mi.\tures of tetrachloro- 
ethane with normal paraffin hydrocrabons. 
/. Chem. Phys., 22:1287-1289. 

With A. H. Emery, Jr., L. H. Tung 

The effect of pressure on diffusion in poly- 
mer solutions. /. Chem. Phys., 22:961-964. 

With James E. Knap, E. W. Comings 

High pressure alkylation of isobutane with 
propylene. Ind. Eng. Chem., </6: 708-713. 
With W. M. Rutherford, E. L. Dougherty, Jr. 
Thermal diffusion in binary mixtures of CS2 
and hexane isomers. /. Chem. Phvs., 22: 
1289-1292. 
With R. L. Saxton, E. L. Dougherty, Jr. 

Thermal diffusion in binary liquid mixtures 
of molecules of simple symmetry. /. Chem. 
Phys., 22:1166-1168. 

DUFFIELD, ROBERT B., Assoicate Professor 
Articles 

With J. R. Huiscnga 

Photofission and photoneutron emission in 
uranium. Phys. Rev., S9:lOA2-\046. (1953) 

With L. M. Langer 
The Decay of Zn"". Phys. Rev., S9:854-855 
(1953). 
With J. R. Hiiijenga, J. E. Gindler 

Relative photofission yields of several fission- 
able materials. Phys. Rev., 95:1009-1011. 

With G. Friedlander, J. M. Miller. 
N. Sugarman 
Disintegration of bismuth by 2.2-Bev pro- 
tons. Phys. Rev., 95:1704-1705. 

ENGLIS, DUANE T., Professor 
Articles 

With James W. AHles 

Spectrophotometric determination ' of theo- 
bromine and caffeine in cocoa powders. 
Anal. Chem.. 26:1214-1219. 

Analysis of mixtures of theobromine and 
caffeine by spectrophotometric method. /. 
Am. Pharm. Assoc, ■/.?: 589-593. 

FINN, ROBERT K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Accounting for periodicities in biology. Bull. 

Math. Biophys., i6: 181-182. 
Agitation-aeration in the laboratory and in 
industry. Bacteriol. Rev.. i5: 254-274. 

With Robert E. Wilson 

Population dynamics of a continuous propa- 
gator for microorganisms. /. Ag. Food 
Chetn., 2:66-68. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 15 



FUSOX, REYNOLD C, Professor 

Books 

irith H. R. Snyder 

Organic chemistry, 2nd ed. John Wiley 
and Sons, Inc., New York, 544 pp. 
Articles 
With Jeremiah P. Freeman 

Alkylation of diiryl phenyl ketone with the 
Crignard reagent. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76: 
911-912. 
With Sheldeni E. Frey 

1,5-Disubstituted acenaphthenes. S-Mesito'yl- 
1-acenaphthene-acetic acid. /. Org. Chem., 
19:8\0-S\o. 

With li^'illiam S. Friedlander 

Niicleopliilic displacement reactions of duryl 
halophenyl ketones. /. A»i. Chem. Soc, 
76:4989-4990. 

Nucleophilic displacement of groups in sub- 
stituted duryl ketones by the action of 
phenylmagnesium bromide. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc. 76:S7S2-5783. 
With Robert W. Hill 

Reactions of bromomagnesium enolates. IV. 
The biiunctional reagent derived from 1,4- 
dimesitoylbutane. /. On/. Chem., 19:1575- 
1579. 

Witli Roland Jaiiniii 

The synthesis of certain NiX'-Di-Cp-carbo- 
methoxyalkylphenyl)-polymethy!enediamines. 
/. Am. Chem. Soc, 7(5: 1171-1173. 

With Ralfh O. Kerr 

Conjugate bimolecular reduction of hindered 
ketones involving replacement of methoxyl 
groups. Second paper. /. Org. Chem., 19: 
373-377. 

With Franklin E. Mange 

Conjugate addition reactions of 5-mesitoyI- 
acenaphthylene. /. Org. Chem., 19:806-809. 
With George 11'. Pars hall 

Bimoleciilar reduction of /'-duroylpheno.xide 
by Grignard reagents. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:5561-5562. 

With Thomas M. Veasey 
A hydrocarbostyryl derivative with a two- 
carbon peri bridge. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:1169-1170. 

With William D. Emmons and George W. 
Parshall 
Reactions of Grignard reagents with /"-duroyl- 
phenol. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5466-5469. 

With William S. Friedlander and George W. 
Parshall 
Displacement of nuclear halogen atoms in 
hindered aryl ketones by the action of 
Grignard reagents. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:5119-5121. 

With Wiiliam C. Hammann and William E. 
Smith 
o-Duroylphenyllithium: a ketonic organolith- 
ium compound. /. Org. Chem., i9: 674-677. 
With Harold L. Jackson, Joseph A. Fuller, Jr., 
and Donald E. Erasure 
Carboxylate ion displacement in dimesityl- 
methyl esters. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76: 
499-500. 

GUTOWSKV, HERBERT S., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Nuclear magnetic resonance. Ann. Rev. of 

Phys. Chem., 5:333-356. 
With R. Bersohn 

Proton magnetic resonance in an ammonium 

chloride single crystal. /. Chem. Phys., 

22:651-658. 



With P. J. Frank 

Electron spin resonance in metals at low 
fields. Phys. Rev., 94:1067. 
With S. FHiiii-ara 

Proton magnetic resonance and structure of 
ammonium hydroxide. /. Chem. PJivs., 22: 
1782-1783. 

With D. W. .McCall 

Electron distribution in molecules. IV'. Phos- 
phorus magnetic resonance shifts. /. 
Chem. Phys., 22:162-164. 
With L. H. Meyer 
The proton magnetic resonance in natural 
rubber. Rubber Chem. Tech., 27:705-713. 
With E. O. Stejskal 

The infrared spectrum of disilane. 7. Chem. 
Phys., 22:939-943. 

With R. Bersohn, G. E. Pake 

Structural investigations by means of nuclear 
magnetism. III. Ammonium halides. /. 
Chem. Phys., 22:643-650. 
With D. W. McCall, G. A. Williams 

The nuclear spin of Si-^. Phvs. Rev., 93: 
1428-1429. 
With R. L. Rutledgc, Scott Searles, M. Tamres 
Effects of ring size on electron distribution 
in saturated heterocyclic compounds. /. 
Am. Chem. Soc, 76:4242. 
Reviews 

Nuclear moments, by Norman F. Ramsey. 7. 
Chem. Ed., 5i:443. 

HANRATTY, THOMAS J., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Nature of wall heat transfer coefficients in 
packed beds. Chem. Eng. Sci., i: 209-214. 

HENDERSON, LAVELL M., Assistant 
Profes.sor 

Articles 

With Ruth E. Koski 

3-Hydroxykynurenine metabolism in the rat. 
Fed. Proc, 13:228. 

With C. L. Long, Helen N. Hill, 
I. M. Weinstock 
Studies of the enzymatic transformation of 
3-hydroxy-anthranilate to cjuinolinate. 7. 
Biol. Chem., 211:AQ5-A\7. 

JOHNSON, RALPH A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. D. O'Rourke 

The kinetics of precipitation: BaS04. 7. 

Am. Chem. Soc, 76:2124-2126. 
Indeterminate error estimates from small 
groups of replicates. 7. Chem. Educ, 31: 
465-463. 
Reviews 

Industrial inorganic analysis, by Roland S. 
Young, 7. Chem. Educ, 31:499. 

JOHNSTONE, H. FRASER, Professor 

Articles 

With R. B. Feild, M. C. Tassler 

Gas absorption and aerosol collection in a 
venturi atomizer. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46: 
1601. 
With E. T. Houvouras, W. R. Schowalter 
Low temperature catalytic oxidation of am- 
monia. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46:702. 
With H. N. Stone, J. D. Batchelor 

Low temperature carbonization rates in a 
fiuidized bed. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46:274. 



16 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



JOHNSTONE. H. FRASER (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

jmii G. R. Gillcsfic, J. B. Wong, 
H. F. Kraciner 
Properties of aerosols. Air Cleaning Sem- 
inar, Ames, Iowa, Laboratory, WASH- 149, 
pp. 118-153. 

JONES, MARK M., Instructor 
Articles 

The state of Mo(VI) in acid solutions. /. 

Am. CItcin. Soc, 76:4233. 
Some vanadyl complexes with y8-diketones. 
/. Am. Chcm. Soc, 76:5995-5997. 
With Ernest Griswold 

Conductances of some salts and ion-pai'r 
equilibria in acetic acid at 30°. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 76:3247-3249. 
With W. R. Gilkerson, G. A. Gallup 

A special case of the Hammett equation. 
Traits. Kansas Acad. Sci., 57:391-396. 

LAITINEN, HERBERT A., Professor 

Articles 

With R. F. Sympson 

Amperometric titration of calcium with the 
disodium salt of ethylenediamine tetraacetic 
acid. Anal. Chem., 26:556-558. 
With Ernest H. Lyons, Jr., John C. Bailar, Jr. 
Electronic configuration in electrodeposition 
from aqueous solution. III. ]Metal deposi- 
tion from certain complex ions. J. Elcctro- 
chem. Soc, 7fc'i:410-414. 
With Nelson J. Leonard, E. J. Matt us 

The behavior of 1,2-diketones at the dropping 
mercury electrode: an addendum. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 76:4737. 
With Ward B. Schaap, J. C. Bailar, Jr. 

Polarography of iron oxalates, malonates and 
succinates. /. Am. Chcm. Soc, 76:5868- 
5872. 

LARNER, JOSEPH, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. H. Daughaday 

The renal excretion of inositol in normal and 

diabetic human beings. J. Clin. Jnvcst., 

ii: 326-332. 
The renal excretion of inositol by normal 

and diabetic rats. J. Clin. Invest., SS: 

1075-1080. 
With C. M. McNickle 

Action of intestinal extracts on "branched" 

oligosaccharides. /. Am. Chcm. Soc, 76: 

4747. 

LEONARD, NELSON J., Professor 

Articles 

With Virgil W. Gash 

Unsaturated amines. I. Determination of 
the proximity of nitrogen to a double bond 
by infrared absorption spectra. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 76:2781-2784. 

With Michinori Oki 

Cyclic aminoacyloins. II. F-strain limitation 
of trans-annular interaction between N and 
Ceo. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:3463-3465. 

With Richard C. Fo.r, Michinori Oki 

Cyclic aminoacyloins. II. Synthesis, proper- 
ties and the detection of transannular inter- 
action between N and Ceo. J. Am. Chem, 
Soc, 76:5708-5714. 

With Sherlock Siaann, Jr., Glenn Fuller 

The electrolytic reduction of tricyclic a-amino- 
ketones. Synthesis of medium rings con- 
taining nitrogen. III. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:3193-3197. 



With Richard C. Fox, Michinori Oki, Stcfanv 
Chiavarclli 
Cyclic aminoacyloins. Ring-size limitation of 
transannular interaction between N and 
Cfo. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:630-631. 

Reviews 

Progress in organic chemistry, vol. 2, by J. 

W. Cook, ed. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:2032. 
Infrared absorption spectra of steroids. An 

Atlas, by K. Dobriner, E. R. Katzenel- 

lenbogen and R. N. Jones, /. Am. Chem. 

Soc, 76:2031. 

MALMSTADT, HOWARD V., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. R. Fctt 

An automatic differential potentiometric titra- 

tor. Anal. Chem., 26:1348-1351. 

I'Vith E. C. Gohrbandt 

Automatic spectrophotometric titrations. Anal. 
Chem., 26:442-445. 

MARVEL, CARL S., Research Professor 
Articles 

Biographical memoir of Frank Clifford Whit- 
more, National Academy of Sciences, Bio- 
graphical Memoir. Volume XXVIII, tenth 
memoir, pp. 289-311. 
With W. S. Anderson 

Copolymerization of 1,3-butadiene with some 
polynuclear hydrocarbons. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:5434-5435. 
With J. J. Drysdale 

Investigations of crosslinking in emulsion 
polymerization of butadiene. /. Poly. Sci., 
13:513-534. 

With C. W. Hinman 

The synthesis of indone and some related 

compounds. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5435- 

5437. 
With E. D. Weil 

The structure of propylene polysulfone. J. 

Am. Chem. Soc, 76:61-69. 
With E. A. Sienicki, M. Passer, 

Charles N. Robinson 
A twenty-six-membered cyclic dimercaptal. /. 

Am. Chem. Soc, 76:933. 
With R. Thomas Stiehl, W. K. Taft, 

B. G. Lathe 
Copolymers of alpha-alkylacrylonitriles with 1,3- 
butadiene. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46:804-808. 

MASTERTON, WILLIAM L., Instructor 
Articles 

Partial molal volumes of hydrocarbons in 

water solution. J. Chem. Phys., 22:1830- 

1833. 

MILLER, LEONARD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With Charles J. Strickler 

f-Nitrophenylmaleic anhydride in the Diels- 
Alder reaction. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:698- 
702. 
With W. W. Hanneman, IV. L. St. John, 
R. R. Smeby 
The reactivity of the methyl group in 2- 
methvl-3-nitronaphthaline. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc,' 76:296-297. 

MOELLER, THERALD, Professor 
Articles 

With Victor D. Aftandilian 

Observations on the rare earths. LXIII. The 
preparation of anhydrous rare earth metal 
nitrates. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5249-5250. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 17 



With Fred L. Piindsack 

Relationships between the absorption spectra 
of the S-quinolinol chelates of the group 
lllb metals and the acidic special of 
8-quinolinol. J. Am. Client. Soc, /6:617- 
619. 

ICith M. I'cukata Raniaiiiali 

The chemistry ot thorium. \'I. Some obser- 
vations on the 5,7-dihalo-8-quinolinol che- 
lates of thorium. /. A»i. Cl'.etii. Soc, 76: 
2022-2024. 

Some observations on tlie S-quinolinol and 
5,7-dihalo-S-quiuolinol chelates of Uranium 
(VI). J. Am. Clu-m. Soc, /"6:525 1-5252. 

Some observations on the S-quinolinol and 5,7- 
dihalo-8-quinolinol chelates of scandium. /. 
Am. Chcm. Soc, 76:6030. 

With Paul A. Zimmerman 

Some observations on the electrolyses of solu- 
tions of rare earth metal salts in basic 
solvents. Set., i20 :S39-540. 

Witit Fred L. Piindsack, Alvin J. Cohen 

Relationships among the absorption spectra of 
the 5,7-dih.ilo-S-quinolinol chelates of gal- 
lium (111) and indium (111). /. Am. 
Chcm. Soc, 76:2615-2618. 
Reviews 

Chemistry of the lanthanons, by R. C. \'ick- 
ery. /. Chem. Edit., 5i:443. 

NVSTROM, ROBERT F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Peter Yankwich, Albert Promislow 

C" and C" intramolecular isotope effects in 
the decarboxvlation of litiuid malonic acid 
at 140.5°. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5893- 
5894. 

PETERS, MAX S., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Elementary chemical engineering. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co., Inc., New York. 322 pp. 

RAY, B. ROGER, Associate Professor 

Articles 

li'ith E. O. Davisson, H. L. Crespi 

E.xperiments on the degradation of lipopro- 
teins from serum. /. Fhys. Chcm., 5^:841- 
846. 

RODEBUSH, WORTH H., Profes.sor 
Articles 

The vapor pressure of small drops. Proc. 
Nat. Acad., 40:789-794. 

ROSE. WILLIAM C, Research Professor 
Articles 

With Minor J. Coon, G. Frederick Lambert 
The amino acid requirements of man. VI. 

The role of the caloric intake. /. Biol. 

Chem., 2i0:331-342. 

With William J. Haines, Donald T. Warner 
The amino acid requirements of man. V. The 
role of lysine, arginine, and tryptophan. /. 
tiiol. Chem., 206:421-130. 

With G. Frederick Lambert, Minor J. Coon 
The amino acid requirements o; man. VII. 
General procedures; the trytophan require- 
ment. /. Biol. Chem., 2;i:81i-S27. 

SMITH, G. FREDERICK, Professor 
Articles 

The ferroine, cuproine, and terroine reacting 

organic analytical reagents. Anal. Chem., 

26:1534-1541. 



With Donald H. Wilkins 

Alkyl substituted 2,2'-diquinolines and altera- 
tion of tiicir spectrophotometric constants 
following copper (I) shelation. .-inal. Chiin 
Acta, 10 :li9. 

SNYDER, HAROLD K., Professor 
Books 

With Reynold C. Fuson 

Organic chemistry, 2nd ed. John Wiley and 
Sons, X. Y., 544 pp. 
Articles 
With Clayton T. Elstoii 

Polypliosphoric acid as a reagent in organic 
chemistry. V. Conversion of acids to sub- 
stituted amides; further observations on the 
Lossen rearrangement. J. Amcr. Chem. 
Soc, 76:3039. 
Polyphosphonc acid as a reagent in organic 
chemistry. VI. The hydrolysis of nitriles 
to amides. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:3039- 
3040. 

With Harold M. Foster 

Mannich reactions of pyrimidines. I. 2,6- 
dimethyl-4-hydroxypyrimidine. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 76:118-123. 

With Robert E. Putnam 

Reductive polymerization of unsaturated 
amides. I. N,N-DiethyIcrotonamide. /. 
Am. Chem. Soc, 76:33-35. 

Reductive coupling and polymerization of un- 
saturated amides. II. Effect of substituents. 
/. Atn. Chcm. Soc, 76:1893-1898. 
H'ith John K. Williams 

The synthesis of DL-a-amino-/3-(6-metliyi- 
indazolyl) -propionic acid. /. Ant. C!tei>i. 
Soc, 76:1298-1301. 

With Robert E. Cariiahan, Elicyn R. Lovejoy 
The disproportionation of tertiary amines. /. 
Am. Chem. Soc, 76:1301-1304. 

With Harold M. Foster, Gustav A. 
Ntissbergcr 
Mannich reactions of pyrimidines. II. 2- 
Methylmercapto - 4- methyl - 6 - hydroxypyrimi- 
dine and 2-Thio-6-methyluracil. /. Am. 
Chcm. Soc, 76:2441-2444. 

With Rudolph F. Fischer, John F. Walker, 
Hans E. Els, Gustav A. Ntissbergcr 
Insecticidal principles of Haplophyton cimi- 
cidum. I. Haplophvtinc. J. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:2819-2825. 

IVith Rudolph F. Fischer, John F. Walker, 
Hans E. Els, Gustav A. Ntissbergcr 
Insecticidal principles of Haplophyton cimi- 
cidum. II. Haplophytine and ciniicidine. 
J. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:4601-4605. 

SWAXX, SHERLOCK, JR., Research 

Professor 
Articles 

With N. J. Leonard, Glenn Fuller 

The electrolytic reduction of tricyclic alpha- 
aminoketones. Synthesis of medium rings 
containing nitrogen. III. J. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 76:3193-3197. 

TAYLOR, E. C, JR., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Aldo J. Croi'etti, Jr. 
The synthesis of some nicotine acid deriva- 
tives. /. Org. Chem., /9: 1633-1639. 
With Norman W. Kalenda 

Improved phenanthridine syntheses with 
polyphosphoric acid. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:1699-l7u0. 



18 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



TAYLOR, E. C, JR., (continued) 
Articles (continued) 
With E. J. Stiojny 

The preparation and identity of phenylmaleic 
acid and phenylfumaric aciil. J. Am. them. 
Soc, 76:1872-1873. 
With C. K. Cain, Harvey M. I.oux 

Pteridines. XI. The structure of Wieland's 
"l?is-Alloxazine," /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76: 
1874-1876. 
With W. H. Gumf^recht, R. F. Vance 

The synthesis of some S-triazolo-(4,3-b)-a.s-tri- 
azines. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 7<5:619-620. 
With Joseph Wolinsky, Hiok-Huancj Lee 

The reaction of a-cyanobenzyl benzenesulfonate 
with thioureas. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 76: 
1866-1870. 
The reaction of a-cyanobenzyl benzenesulfonate 
with dithiocarbonates. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:1870-1872. 

VESTLING, CARL S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Dr. William Gumming Rose. Register of Phi 
Lambda Upsilon, 59:30-31. 
With W. J. Frajola 

A kinetic study of cytochrome oxidase. /. 
Biol. Chem., 209:677-686. 
With T. L. Kelly, E. D. Nielson, 
R. B. Johnson 
Oxidative glucose metabolism in adrenal tissue. 
Fed. Proc, 13:240. 

WALL, FREDERICK T., Professor 

Articles 

With Robert H. Doremus 

Electrolytic transference properties of poly- 
phosphates. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:868- 
870. 
Electrolytic properties of aqueous solutions of 
polymeric electrolytes. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
76:1557-1560. 
With Stanley J. Gill 

Conductance of polyelectrolytes under pres- 
sure. /. Phys. Chem., 55:740-746. 
Interaction of cupric ions with polyacrylic 
acid. /. Phys. Chem., 55:1128-1130. 
With Lejaren A. Hiller, Jr. 

Properties of macromolecules in solution. Ann. 
Rev. Phys. Chem., 5:267-290. 
With Donald G. Miller 

Applied force and second order transitions of 
rubber. /. Polymer Sci., 75:157-165. 

With Patricia HL Saxton 

Electrical potential of nylon fibers in aqueous 

media. J. Phys. Chem., 55:83-86. 
The absorption of divalent bases on nylon 
fibers. J. Phys. Chem., 55:86-90. 
With L. A. Hiller, Jr., D. J. Wheeler 

Statistical computation of mean dimensions of 
macromolecules. I. /. Chem. Phys., 22: 
1036-1041. 
Reviews 

Principles of polymer chemistry, by Paul J. 
Flory. Science, ii9:55S-556. 

WESTWATER, JAMES W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The boiling of liquids. Sci. American, 190, 
6:64-68. 
With L. F. .Audrieth 

Liquid phase etjuilibria: system tert-butyl 
alcohol-tert-butyl hypochlorite-water. Ind. 
Eng. Chem., 46:1281-1284. 



With H. F. Kraemer 

Digital computer solution for heat transfer to 
temperature probes. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46: 
2035-2037. 

YANKWIGH, PETER E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. L. Bclford 

Intramolecular carbon isotope effect in the 
decarboxylation of normal malonic acid in 
quinoline solution. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76: 
3067-3070. 

With A. L. Promislozcj 

Intramolecular carbon isotope effect in the 
decarboxylation of liquid malonic acid near 
the melting point. /. Am. Lhem. Soc, 76: 
4648-4651. 
With J. D. Vaughan 

Chemical forms assumed by C* produced by 
pile neutron irradiation of ammonium bro- 
mide; target dissolved in water. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 76:5851-5853. 

With G. Fracnkel, R. L. Belford 

Decarboxylation of malonic acid in quinoline 
and related media. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76: 
15-18. 

With A. L. Promisloiv, R. F. Nystrom 

C" and C" intramolecular isotope effects in 
the decarboxylation of liquid malonic acid 
at 140.5°. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5893- 
5894. 
Reviews 

Nuclear radiation physics, by Ralph E. Lapp. 
/. Am. Chem. Soc, 76:5008. 

CITY PLANNING AND 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

LOHMANX, KARL B., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

Making the most of our water fronts. Land- 
scape Arch. Quarterly, Jan., pp. 71-75. 

We dedicate these gifts. Illinois Parks, Nov.- 
Dec, p. 105. 

Planning notes. Illinois Parks, Mar. -Apr., 
pp. 30-31; July-Aug., p. 65. 

The well planned city. Planning and Civic 
Comment, June, pp. 23-25. 

The scents of cities. The American City, 
Dec, p. 101. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

APPLETOX, JOSEPH H., Research Associate 
Articles 

With D. F. Billet 
Flexural strength of prestressed concrete 

beams. /. Amer. Concrete Inst., 50:837- 

854. 

CHOW, YEN TE, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The log-probability law and its engineering 
applications. Proc Amer. Soc. Civil En- 
gineers, Separate No. 536, 80: 1-25. 
Discussion of rainfall studies using rain- 
gage networks and radar. Proc. Amer. 
Soc Civil Engineers, Separate No. 428, 
50:23-24. 

With John C. Guillou 

Desilting structures for highway drainage 
systems. Civil Engineering Study, Hy- 
draulic Engineering Series No. 3, Dept. 
Civil Engineering, Univ. III., 61 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 19 



CONNOLLY, HUGH H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

How are we using our streams? The High- 
way Magazine, October. 

DAY, DAVID A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pile driving for the Beardstown bridge. Illi- 
nois Highway Engineer, 6,2:6-8. 

POLAND. JAMES J., Professor 
Books 

Hydro power engineering. Ronald Press, 
N. Y., 209 pp. 

GUILLOU, JOHN C, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

ir.V/i /•. T. Cho^L- 

Desilting structures for highway drainage 
systems. Civil Engineering Study, Hy- 
draulic Engineering Series No. 3, Dept. 
Civil Engineering, Univ. 111., 61 pp. 

HUANG, EUGENE Y., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

Selected bibliography on soil stabilization. 
University of Michigan Engineering Re- 
search Institute, Ann Arbor, 154 pp. 

HUNTINGTON, \V. C, Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

With IVm. A. Oliver, M. JV. Jackson, 
IVilliam T. Cox 
The distribution of concentrated loads by 
laminated floor slabs. Bull. Eng. Exp. 
Sta., 424. 69 pp. 

MUNSE, WILLIAM H., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With D. T. Wright, N. M. Ne-vmark 

Laboratory tests of high tensile bolted struc- 
tural joints. Proc. Amer. Soc. Ciz'il En- 
gineers, Separate No. 441, May, 1954. 

NEWMARK, NATHAN M., Research 

Professor 
Articles 

Revie-.v of brittle fracture research at Uni- 
versity of Illinois. Ship Structure Com- 
mittee Serial No. SSC-69, pp. 185-200. 
With W. H. Munsc, D. T. Wright 

Laboratory tests of high tensile bolted struc- 
tural joints. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civil En- 
gineers, 80 (Separate No. 441). 38 pp. 
With C. P. Siess 

Research on highway bridge floors. Proc. 
Highway Research Board, i..^:30-53. 
With W. C. Hoeltje 

Closing discussion, brittle strength and transi- 
tion temperature of structural steel. Weld- 
ing Research, i9:133-S. 

OLIVER, WILLIAM A., Professor of Civil 
Engineering 

Articles 

With W. C. Huntington, M. W. Jackson, 
William T. Cox 
The distribution of concentrated loads by 
laminated floor slabs. Bjtll. III. Eng. Exp. 
Sta., 424. 69 pp. 

PECK, RALPH B., Research Professor 
Articles 

Foundation conditions in Cuyahoga River 
valley. Proc. Amer. Soc. Civil Engineers, 
(Separate 51S). 20 pp. 



Failures induced by weight of fill. Proc. 
Amer. Raihcay En<i. Assn., .':5:b4S-t>il. 

The influence of subsurface conditions on the 
desiKU of foundaitons for waterfront struc- 
tures in the Great Lake area. Proc. 4th 
Conference Coastal Engineering 29\-iOS. 
With Wm. C. Reed 

Engineering properties of Chicago .subsoils. 
Bull. III. Eng. E.vp. Sta., 423. 62 pp. 

SIESS, CHESTER P., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With I. .1/. riest 

Design of channel shear connectors for com- 
posite I-beam bridges. Public Roads, 51: 
9-16. 

With E. M. Z-Moyer 

The ultimate strength in shear of simply- 
supported prestressed concrete beams with- 
out web reinforcement. /. Amer. Concrete 
Inst., 26,2:181-200. 
With N. M. Newmark 

Research on highway bridge floors. Proc. 
High'May Research Board, jo:30-53. 

CLASSICS 

OLIVER, REVILO P., Professor 
Books 

Niccolo Perotti's version of the Enchiridion 

of Epictetus. University of Illinois Press, 

Urbana. 166 pp. 
Reviews 

Frithegodi monachi breviloquium vitae Beati 

Wilfredi, et Wulfstani cantoris Narratio 

metrica de Sancto Swithuno, edidit Alistair 

Campbell. Clajs. Jotirn., 49:189. 
Selecta Latinitatis scripta auctorum recentium, 

collegit Aemilius Springhetti. Class. Journ., 

■;9:189-190. 
Samlade Latinska originaldikter och over- 

sattningar till Latinsk vers, C. A. Fahl- 

crantz. Poesias latinas, por M. A. Caro. 

\'ersiones latinas, por M. A. Caro. Class. 

Journ., 49 -.190-192. 
Colucii Salutati De laboribus Herculis, edidit 

B. L. Ullman. Class. Journ., 49:375-377. 

COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH, 
INSTITUTE OF 

NUNNALLV, JUM C, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Research on selection instruments for women 
officers. Bureau of Naval Personnel, Tech- 
nical Bulletin, 54-14, August. 

OSGOOD, CHARLES E., Research Professor 

Books 

Psycholinguistics: a survey of theory and 
research problems. Indiana University Pub- 
lications in Anthropology and Linguistics, 
Memoir 10. (also supplement to /. Abnor. 
Soc. Psychol., 49, xi & 203). 

Articles 

With Davis Hovjes 

On the combination of associative probabilities 
in linguistic contexts. Amer. J. Psychol., 
67:241-258. 

With Zella Luria 

A blind analysis of a case of triple person- 
ality using the semantic differential. /. 
Abnor. Soc. Psychol., 49:579-591. 



20 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



SCHRAMM, WILHUR, Research Professor 
Books 

Tiie process and effects of mass communica- 
tion. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 
586 pp. 

The nature of psychological warfare. Oi)era- 
tions Research Office, Washington, J). C. 
288 pp. 
IVith John W. Riley, Jr. 

The reds take a city. Original edition, 
Rutgers University Press, 1951. During 
1954: editions in Thai, Vietnamese, Italian, 
Spanish. 
Articles 

How mass communication works. In Mass 
Media and Education (edited by Edgar 
Dale), 53rd yearbook of the National 
Society for the Study of Education, 2:113- 
138. 
With Lezi.'is I'. Peterson 

How accurately are different kinds of graphs 
read? Communications Reviezv, 2:179-190. 

SMYTHE, DALLAS W., Research Professor 
Articles 

Basic issues in communication in the educa- 
tion of Protestant ministers. Religious 
Education, -^9:428-438. 

The role of the film in educational television. 
Jo. Univ. Film Producers Assoc, 6:11-13. 

Recent books on freedom of speech. Audio- 
I'isual Communications Rev., 2:304-314. 

Color television. ///. Bus. Rev., ll:S-9. 

The content and effects of broadcasting. In 
Mass Media and Education, National So- 
ciety for the Study of Education, 53rd 
Yearbook, 9:192-217. 

TANNENBAUM, PERCY H., Research 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Effect of serial position on recall of radio 
news stories. Journ. Quarterly, ii:319-323. 

With Jean S. Jierrick 

Effect of newscast item leads upon listener 
interpretation. Journ. Quarterly, 31:53-37. 

With Charles E. Osgood 

Attitude change and the principle of con- 
gruity. In The Process and Effects of 
Mass Communication, ed. by Wilbur 
Schramm, University of Illinois Press, 
Urbana, pp. 251-260. 

TAYLOR, WILSON L., Research Associate 
Articles 

Language rules, usage, and readability. Tech- 
nical Writing Rev., 1:5-6. 

KM readers lend hand to science: "Cloze" 
method works in written Korean and may 
serve as a tool for Korean language reform. 
Korean Messenger, i,5:4. 

With Melvin R. Marks 

The influence of contextual and goal con- 
straints on the meaningfulness of "auto- 
matic sentences." /. Social Psychol., 40: 
43-51. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

ALEXANDER, MELANCTHON H., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. O. Nelson, E. E. Orniision 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. III. Labor (tune) 
requirements for operation of pipeline and 
conventional installations in a stanchion 
barn. /. Dairy Sci., J7:583-589. 



CRAINE, ELLIOTT M., Research Associate 

Articles 

With O. R. Overman, R. J. Kcirs 

Composition of herd milk of the brown Swiss 
breed. Bull. III. Agr. E.vp. Sta., 567. 

GARDNER, KARL E., Professor 
Articles 

With R. G. Hansen 

Results of feeding antioxidants to calves. /. 
Dairy Sci., j7:654-655. 

With John H. Hopper, B. Connor Johnson 
Butyrated lard in the ad libitum feeding of 
"filled milk" for veal production. /. Dairy 
Sci., 57:431-435. 

HANSEN, ROGER G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. M. Craine 

Lactose metabolism. III. The reversible con- 
version of galactose-1-phosphate to glucose- 
I -phosphate. /. Biol. Chem., 2oS:293-298. 

Apyrase activity of the mammary gland. /. 
Dairy Sci., 57:498-504. 

Phosphokinase activity of the mammary gland. 
/. Dairy Sci., i7:505-511. 

Biological activity of phosphate esters in 
mammary gland extracts. /. Dairy Sci., 37 : 
1027-1034. 

With H. Fisher, H. M. Scott 

Further studies on the alfalfa factor and its 
relation to the liver and whey factors. J. 
\Uitr., 52:13-24. 

HARSHBARGER, KENNETH E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. B. Nevens, R. W. Touchberry, 

G. H. Dungan 
A method for estimating the money value of 

corn silage. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 576. 
The ear and leaf-stalk contents of corn forage 

as factors in silage evaluation. /. Dairy 

Sci., 57:1088-1093. 

With W. B. Nevens, R. W. Touchberry, 
A. L. Lang, G. W. Dungan 

Yield and composition of corn forage as in- 
fluenced by soil fertilization. Bull. III. Agr. 
E.rp. Sta., 577 . 

The yield and protein content of silage corn 
as influenced by fertilization. /. Dairy Sci., 
57:976-981. 

HAYS, RAY L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With N. L. I'anDemark 

Rapid sperm transport in the cow. Fertility 
and Sterility, 5:131-137. 
With K. A. Kendall 

Impaired reproduction in the rabbit fed 
supplemented diets containing soybean hay. 
/. Anin. Sci., 13:859-866. 

With G. E. Lamming, G. W. Salisbury, 
K. A. Kendall 

The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 
on reproduction in the rabbit. I. Decidua, 
ova and fertilization. /. Nutr., 52:217-225. 

The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 
on reproduction in the rabbit. II. Em- 
bryonic and fetal development. /. Nutr., 
52:227-239. 

KENDALL, KENTON A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With W. B. Nevens 

Sorghums and soybeans as silage crops for 
milk production. Btcll. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 
578. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 21 



IVith R. L. Hays, G. D. Rolleri 

Impaired reproduction in the rabbit fed sup- 
plemented diets containing soybean hay. /. 
Anim. Sci., lS:SS9-86t. 
U'ith G. E. Lamming, G. IV. Salisbiirv, 
R. L. Hays 

The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 
on reproduction in the rabbit. I. Decidua, 
ova and fertilization. /. Kutr., 52:217-225. 

The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 
on reproduction in the rabbit. II. Em- 
brvonic and fetal development. J. Nutr., 
52:227-217. 

LARSON, BRUCE L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

IVith G. W. Salisbury 

The proteins of bovine seminal plasma. I. 

Preliminary and electrophoretic studies. /. 

Biol. Chem., 206:741-749. 
With Ralph S. Gray, G. W. Salisbury 

The proteins of bovine seminal plasma. II. 

Ultracentrifugal and immunological studies 

and comparison with blood and milk serum. 

/. Biol. Chem., 211:43-52. 

NELSON, VVILLARD O., Associate Professor 

Articles 

li'ith M. Purko, W. A. Wood 

The role of p-aminobenzoate in pantoate syn- 
thesis by Bacterium linens. J. Biol. Chem., 
207:51-58. 

IVith E. E. Ormiston, M. H. Alexander 

Permanent milk pipelines in dairy barns. III. 
Labor (time) requirements for operation of 
pipeline and conventional installations in a 
stanchion barn. /. Dairy Sci., .'7:583-589. 

NEVENS, WILLIAM B., Professor 

Articles 

IV Uh K. A. Kendall 

Sorghums and soybeans as silage crops for 
milk production. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 
578. 
With K. E. Harshbaryer, R. W. Touchberiy, 
G. H. Dungan 
A method for estimating the money value of 
corn silage. Bull. III. Agr. Exp. Sta., 576. 
The ear and leaf-stalk contents of corn forage 
as factors in silage evaluation. J. Dairy 
Sci., 57:1088-1093. 
With K. E. Harshbarger, R. W. Touchberry, 
A. L. Lang, G. H. Dungan 
Yield and composition of corn forage as influ- 
enced by soil fertilization. Bull. III. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., 577. 
The yield and protein content of silage corn 
as influenced by fertilization. /. Dairy Sci., 
37:976-981. 

ORMISTON, EMMETT E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. O. Nelson, M. H. Alexander 

Studies on the use of permanent milk pipe- 
lines in dairy barns. HI. Labor (time) 
requirements for operation of pipeline and 
conventional installations in a stanchion 
barn. J. Dairy Sci., 57:583-589. 

RHODE, CHRIS S., Professor 
Articles 

Appraising the transmitting ability of sires 

placed in artificial service as young bulls. 

J. Dairy Sci., 57:245-246. 



SALISBURY, GLENN W., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 
With R. W. Bratton, R. H. Foote, 

C. R. Henderson 
Reproduction of farm animals, Sth rev. 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 230 pp. 

Articles 

With B. L. Larson 

The proteins of bovine seminal plasma. I. 
Preliminary and electrophoretic studies. /. 
Biol. Chem., 206:741-749. 
The proteins of bovine seminal plasma. II. 
Ultracentrifugal and immunilogical studies 
and comparison with blood milk serum. /. 
Biol. Chem., 2i7:43-52. 
With G. E. Lamming, R. L. Hays, 
K. A. Kendall 
The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 
on rejiroduction in the rabbit. I. Decidua, 
ova and fertilization. /. Nutr., 52:217-225. 
The effect of incipient vitamin A deficiency 
on reproduction in the rabbit. II. Em- 
bryonic and fetal development. /. Nutr., 
52:227-240. 



TOUCHBERRY, ROBERT W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With W. B. Nevens, K. E. Harshbarger, 

G. H. Dungan 
The ear and leaf-stalk contents of corn 

forage as factors in silage evaluation. J. 

Dairy Sci., 57:1088-1093. 
A method for estimating the money value of 

corn silage. Bull. 111. Agr. Exp. Sta., 576. 
With K. E. Harshbarger, W. B. Nevens, 

A. L. Lang, G. H. Dungan 
The yield and protein content of silage corn 

as influenced by fertilization. /. Dairy Sci., 

57:976-981. 
Yield and composition of corn forage as influ- 
enced by soil fertilization. Btill. III. Agr. 

Exp. Sta., 577. 

VANDEMARK, NOLAND L., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Physiological responses in the cow during 
mating and artificial insemination. The 
California Veterinarian, 7:27-28. 
Management practices and fertility in the 
dairy herd. The California Veterinarian, 
7:24-25, 33. 
With R. L. Hays 

Rapid sperm transport in the cow. Fertility 
and Sterility, 5:131-137. 
With W. J. Miller 

The influence of glycerol level, various tem- 
perature aspects and certain other factors 
on the survival of bull spermatozoa at sub- 
zero temperatures. J. Dairy Sci., 57:45-51. 

WOOD, WILLIS A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. F. Schii'erdt 

Carbohydrate oxidation by Pscudomonas fiuo- 
rescens. II. Mechanism of hexose phos- 
phate oxidation. /. Biol. Chem., 206:625- 
635. 

With M. Purko, W. O. Nelson 

The role of p-aminobenzoate in pantoate syn- 
thesis by Bacterium linens. J. Biol. Chem., 
207:51-58. 



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DEAN OF STUDENTS 

TURNER, FRED 11., Dean of Students 
Books 

Proceedings, tliirlysixth anniversary confer- 
ence. National Association of Student Per- 
sonnel Administrators. Bona Fide Reporting 
Co., Chicago. 266 pp. 
Articles 

How can the student's financial problems be 
met realistically? Current Issues in Higher 
Education, pp. 122-127. 
You heard what the matt said! Santa's Greek 
Exch., -^i, 1:17-24; 42,2:7 2-7i; -^2,3:121-123; 
•^2,4:185-188. 
jMonthly bulletin of the interfraternity re- 
search and advisory council. Nos. 39-49. 



DIGITAL COMPUTER LABORATORY 

GILL, STANLEY, Visiting Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Faster than thought, by V. Bowden. Math. 
Cacette, 38. 

MEACHER, R. E., Research Professor 
Reviews 

Automatic digital calculators, by A. D. Booth 

and K. H. V. Booth. Rev. Sci. Inst., 25: 

385. 

MULLER, DAVID E., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Application of boolean algebra to switching 
circuit design and to error detection. 
I.R.E. Trans. P.G.E.C, £€-3:6-12. 

Boolean algebras in electric circuit design. 
Am. Math. Monthly, 61:27-28. 

NASH, J. P., Research Professor 
Articles 

Computers. Am. Peoples Encyclopedia Year- 
book, Spencer Press, Chicago, p. 239. 

With H. E. Malmstrom 

Elastic theory of nip stresses and hysteresis 
effects. Pulp and Paper Magazine of Can- 
ada, 55:223-231; TAPPI, 37 :65-.-6bL. 

TAUB, A. H., Research Professor 
Articles 

General relativistic variational principles for 
perfect fluids. Phys. Rev., 94:1468-1470. 

Singularities on shocks. Am. Math. Monthly, 
61:11-12. 

With George Sahman 

15orn type rigid motion in relativity. Phys. 
Rev., 95:1659-1669. 

WHEELER, I). J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. T. Wall and L. A. Hillcr, Jr. 

Statistical computation of mean dimensions of 

macromolecules. I. /. Chcm. Ph\s., 22: 

1036-1041. 

WIER, JOSEPH M., Research Associate 

Articles 

Reliability and characteristics of the Illiac 
electrostatic memory. Proc. Eastern Joint 
Computer Conf., Am. Inst. Elec. Eng., 10. 



ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH, 
BUREAU 

BASSIE, V LEWIS, Director 
Articles 

The business outlook. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 

1 :2,6. 
All's well, if only. . . . ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 

2:2. 
Competition in the auto industry. ///. Bus. 

Rev., 11,3:2,6. 
Economic shock absorbers. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 

4:2,6. 
Repeating 1929? ///. Btts. Rev., 11,5:2,6. 
Trade in a world divided. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 

6:2,9. 
Another good year ahead. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 

7:2,6. 
Outlook for wages and prices. ///. Bus. Rev., 

11,8:2. 

BIRDZELL, RUTH A., Research Associate 
Articles 

This optimistic recession. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 
3:8-9. 

FERBER, ROBERT, Research Associate 
Professor 

Books 

With D. F. Blankerts, H. G. Wales 

Cases and problems for marketing research. 

Ronald Press Co., N. Y., 368 pp. 
Articles 

The role of planning in consumer purchases 

of durable goods. Amer. Econ. Rev., 44: 

854-874. 
A slight case of mergers. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 

9:2,6. 
Up or down ///. Bus. Rev., 11,10:2. 
On (mis) interpreting government statistics. 

///. Bus. Rev., 11,11:2,6. 
What do expectations show. ///. Bus. Rev., 

11,12:2,6. 
On the accuracy of businessmen's expecta- 
tions. Current Economic Comment, 16:3-12. 
Sales forecasting by correlation techniques. /. 

Alarkeiing, U:2l9-232. 

FRANKEL, MARVIN, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Is discount selling here to stay? ///. Bus. 
Rev., 11,8:6-7. 

Reviews 

The world's food, by ]\I. K. Bennett. Current 
Econ. Comment, 16,3:60-63. 



ECONOMICS 

15ECKETT, GRACE, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

International economics and public policy, by 
Harrv G. Brainard, Amer. Econ. Rev., 44: 
981-983. 



r.ELL, JOHN F., Professor 
Articles 

The dollar gap. Current History, 26,149 
The teamsters: big unionism. Current 
tory, 27,155 :36-42. 
Reviews 

Robert Owen of New Lanark, 1771- 
Industrial and Labor Relations Revie: 
1:134-135. 



8-13. 
His- 



1858. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 23 



r.KEMS. HANS T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Discussion on technological progress. Anicr. 
Econ. Rez:, -/-/,2: 193-196; The Autocar 
(British) 707,3064:253-254. 

Business cycles and economic policy. /. Pnl. 
Econ., 62,3:240-254. 

Monopoly and competition in Scandinavia, in 
Moiiof'oly and Competition a-.td Their Reyu- 
huion, ed. by Edward H. Clianiberlin (Lon- 
don: Macmillan, 1954), pp. 168-187. 
Reviews 

The economics of sellers' competition and the 
political economy of monopoly, by Fritz 
Machlup. Econometrica, 22,2:255-256. 

The role of mergers in the growth of large 
firms, bv J. Fred Weston. Econometrica, 
22,3:395-396. 

International economic papers, vol. 3. /. Pol. 
Econ., 02,5:447-448. 

Internatoinal economic papers, vols. 1 and 2. 
Re-.-. Econ. Stat., .^6,4:472-474. 

BRANDIS. ROVALL, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The frontiers of economic knowledge, by 

Arthur F. Burns. Current Econ. Comment, 

76:58-60. 

CAMMACK, EMERSON, Instructor 
Articles 

Trends in life insurance. ///. Bus. Rev., 11: 
8-9. 

DUE, JOHN F., Professor 
Books 

Government finance: an economic analysis. 

Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Homewood, Illinois. 

562 pp. 

Articles 

The effect of the 1954 reduction in federal 
excise taxes upon the list prices of elec- 
trical appliances — a case study. National 
Ta.r J., 7:222-226. 

Canada's experience with the manufacturers' 
sales tax. /. Business, 27 -.l^i-liZ. 

Local non-property taxes. Canadian Ta.v J., 
2:228-234. 

Provincial sales taxes in Canada. Business 
Quarterly, 79:73-91. 

The effects on economic activity and develop- 
ment resulting from the imposition of 
municipal non-property taxes. Proc. Fifth 
Annual Conference, Institute of Public Ad- 
ministration of Canada, Toronto, 1953. 

The economic effects of local non-property 
taxes. Public Finance, 5:388-398. 
Reviews 

Effects of taxation: investments by indivi- 
duals, by J. Keith Butters, L. E. Thompson, 
and L. L. Bollinger. Current Economic 
Comment, 76:67-68. 

Excess profits taxation, a tax institute sym- 
posium. Rez\ Econ. Stat., .^7:350-351. 

Regularization of business investment, ed. by 
M. G. deChazeau. /. Pot. Econ., 57:454-455. 

Economic controls and defense, by D. H. 
Wallace. /. Pol. Econ., 57:357. 

FLANDERS, DWIGHT P., Professor 
Reviews 

The frontiers of economic knowledge, by 
Arthur F. Burns. Acctg. Rev., 29:533-534. 

GIBSON, ROLLAND, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Soviet economic growth. Current Econ. Com- 
ment, 76:37-45. 



Abstracts from Russian publications. The 

Tool Engineer, jj:127, 196-197. 
Soviet electric power. Pon'cr Engineering, 

Sept., p. 98. 

HALL, A. STUART, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Le handle di emissione in Italia nel Secolo 
XIX, bv Guiseppe Di Narili. J. Pol. Econ., 
62:450-451. 
Income stabilization in a developing de- 
inocracy, ed. by Max Millikan. Current 
Econ. Comment, 76:61-62. 

HARBESON, ROBERT W., Professor 
Reviews 

Economics of transportation, by R. E. West- 

meyer. Land Econ., S0:7S-79. 
The federal regulation of transportation, by 
C. A. Overbach, and N. L. Nathanson. 
Amer. Econ. Rev., 44:461-462. 

HARVEY, ROBERT O., Assistant Professor 

Books 

Cases on the development and financing of 
home construction. Indiana Case Studies in 
Business, No. 1. Bloomington: Bureau of 
Business Research Indiana University, 
June, 1954. 

Articles 

Expanding investment in new housing. Cur- 
rent Econ. Comment, 76,1:3-15. 

Real estate and economic trends. Rural 
Realtor, 6,11. 

The increasing flow of urban investment. 
Title Record, 14,2:2-4. 

KEMMERER, DONALD L., Professor 
Articles 

The case for resumption of specie payments 
in the United States, 1954. Privately pub- 
lished. Economists' National Committee on 
Monetary Policy, New York. 15 pp. 

We have waited too long for return of gold 
standard. Commercial and Financial Chron- 
icle, Apr. 22, 1954. 

The gold standard in historical perspective. 
Commercial and Finaticial Chronicle, Aug. 
5, 1954. 

Gold coins more important than increase in 
price. The Northern Miner, July 29, 1954. 

Mine workers: a labor monopoly. Current 
History, July, pp. 20-26. 

Taxation before 1914. Current History, 
August, pp. 65-71. 

Statement on gold reserve act amendments 
in hearings before subcommittee of the 
committee on banking and currency. 
United States Senate, S3rd Congress, 2nd 
session, pp. 293-303. 

Reviews 

Farm policies of the United States, 1790-1850: 

a study of their origin and development, 

by Murray R. Benedict. /. Pol. Econ., 42, 

4:370. 
Capitalism and the historians, ed. by F. A. 

Hayek. Current Econ. Comment, May 

1954, pp. 63-66. 

LEONARD, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The guaranteed annual wage. Univ. of 111. 
Bur. of Bus. Mgmt. Bull. 
Reviews 

The age structure of the corporate system, by 
William L. Crum. Current Econ. Comment, 
16:66-67. 



24 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



LOCKLIN, D. PHILIP, Professor 
Books 

Economics of transportation, -tth ed. Richard 
]). Irwin, Inc., Homewood, Illinois. 916 pp. 

Articles 

The toll-road movement. ///. Bus. Rev., 11, 
6:8-9. 

McNATT, E. I!., Professor 
Reviews 

Collective bargaining, by S. H. Torff. Cur- 
rent Econ. Comment, 16:1. 

OSBORN, RICHARDS C, Associate 
Professor 

Books 

Corporate profits: war and postwar. Bureau 
of Economic and Business Research, Univ. 
111., Urbana. 79 pp. 
Articles 

Consumer spending holds steady. ///. Bus. 
Rev., 11:8-9. 

SMYTHE, DALLAS W., Professor 

See Institute of Communications Research. 

STEINER, GEORGE A., Professor 

Articles 

Resource allocation in mobilization. Current 
Econ. Comment, 16,3:3-12. 

WESTON, JANET L., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Standard of living: the concept and its place 

in economics, by Hugo E. Pipping. Amer. 

Econ. Rev., 44:473-474. 

EDUCATION, COLLEGE OF 

ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD W., Professor 
Articles 

The role of history of education in the train- 
ing of teachers: I. Ed. Admm. and Super- 
vision, 40 :\93-2\\. 
The role of history of education in the train- 
ing of teachers: II. Ed. Admin, and Sutler- 
vision, 40:257-282. 
The role of history of education in the train- 
ing of teachers: III. Ed. Admin, and 
Supervision, 40:349-365. 

AUSUBEL, DAVID P., Associate Professor 

Books 

Theory and problems of adolescent develop- 
ment. Grunne & Stratton, New York. 
600 pp. 

Articles 

Reciprocity and assumed reciprocity of ac- 
ceptance among adolescents. Sociometry, 
16:339-3A8. 

With Herbert M. Schiff 

The effect of incidental and experimentally 
induced experience in the learning of rele- 
vant and irrelevant casual relationships by 
children. /. Genet. Psychol., 84:109-123. 
With Herbert M. Schiff, Marjorie P. Zeleny 

Validity of teachers' ratings of adolescents' 
adjustments and aspirations. /. Educ. 
Psychol., 45:394-406. 

"Real-life" measures of level of academic 
and vocational aspiration in adolescents: 
relation to laboratory measures and to 
adjustment. Child Ucvelpm., 2'^:155-168. 
With Others 

Perceived parent attitudes as determinants of 
children's ego structure. Child Develpm., 
25:173-183. 



BARNES, FRED P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The textbook dilemma. Teachers College 

Record, 55:369-383. 
The classroom as a learning laboratory. Child- 
hood Education, ji:164-168. 

BLAIR, GLENN M., Professor 

Books 

With R. S. Jones, R. H. Simpson 

Educational psychology. The Macmillan Co., 
New York. 601 pp. 

CHARTERS, WERRETT W., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Research on school board personnel : critique 

and prospectus. J. Ed. Res., 47 :32\-335. 
In a public relations program facts are never 
enough. Nations Sch., 5j:S6-58. 

CLEVENGER, ARTHUR W., Professor 

Books 

Trends in school and grade organization. 
Office of Field Services, College of Edu- 
cation, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

CORNELL, FRANCIS G., Professor 
Articles 

Sample surveys in education. R. Ed. Res., 

24:359-374. 
When should teachers share in making ad- 
ministrative decisions? Nations Sch., 53: 
43-45. 

With Dora E. Damrin, Joseph L. Saupe, 
Norman A. Crowder 
Proficiency of Q-24 radar mechanics: III. 
The tab test — a group test of trouble- 
shooting proficiency. Res. But., AFPTRC- 
TR-S4-S2:l-28. 

Reviews 

Statistical inference by Helen M. Walker and 
Joseph Lev. /. Ed. Psychol., 45:372-374. 

CRONBACH, LEE J., Professor 
Books 

Educational psychology. Harcourt, Brace and 

Co., N.Y., 628 pp. 
Instructor's handbook for educational psy- 
chology. Harcourt, Brace and Co., N.Y., 
80 pp. 

Articles 

A note on negative reliabilities. Educ. 
Psychol. Mcasmt., 14:342-346. 

Report on a psychometric mission to Clinicia. 
Psychomctrika, 19:263-270. 

Proceedings of the twenty-sixth annual meet- 
ing of the Midwestern Psychological Asso- 
ciation. Am. Psychol., 9:566-573. 

Twenty-sixth annual meeting of the Mid- 
western Psychological Association. Am. J. 
Psychol., 67:368-369. 
Reviews 

Rorschach interpretation: advanced technique, 
by Leslie Phillips and Joseph G. Smith. J. 
Ed. Psych., 45:125-127. 

The fourth mental measurements yearbook, 
by Oscar Krisen Euros. /. Ed. Ps\ch., 45: 
314-317. 

Army personnel tests and measurement, by 
Staff. Personnel Research Branch, The 
Adjutant General's Office. Pers. Psych., 7: 
435-437. 

The study of behavior: Q-technique and its 
methodology, by William Stephenson. 
Psychometrika, i9:327-331. 



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DEBOER, JOHN J., Professor 

Articles 

Earmarks of a modern language arts program 
in the elementary school. Elementary 
Eniflish, SI :485-493. 

DEYOE, GEORGE P., Professor 

Books 

Methods and materials for teaching vocational 
agricijlture to high school students. Office 
of Field Services, College of Education, 
University of Illinois, L'rbana, Illinois. 
80 pp. 

intlt H: a. Ross, ff. H. Peters 

Raising livestock. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
New York. 540 pp. 

EVANS, RUPERT N., Associate Professor 
Articles 

How much cooperation do students learn in 
the shop. School Shop, 14,2:18-19. 
With Willis Ray 

A study of two methods of teaching students 
to read a micrometer. /. Educ. Research, 
48:219-224. 

GAGE, N. L., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

The uneducated, by Eli Ginsberg and Douglas 
W. Bray. /. Higher Educ., 25:167-168. 

GALLAGHER, JAMES J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Test indicators for therapy prognosis. /. 
Consult. Psych., i5:409-413. 

HAMLIN, HERBERT M., Professor 
Articles 

A report of a study of advisory committees 

in agricultural education. Agr. Educ. Mag., 

27:116-117,119. 
With Harold C. Hand 

Careful appraisal is needed. Chapter 11 in 

Citizen cooperation for better schools. 5 3rd 

yearbook. National Society for the Study of 

Education, pp. 263-279. 

HAND, HAROLD C, Professor 
Articles 

Organization for curriculum develo])ments. 

Nat. Assn. of Secondary School Principals 

Bull. 38:273-274. 

With H. M. Hamlin 

Careful appraisal is needed. Chapter 11 in 
Citizen cooperation for better public 
schools. 53rd yearbook, National Society 
for the Study of Education, pp. 263-279. 

HORWITZ, MURRAY, Associate Professor 

Articles 

The recall of interrupted group tasks: an 
e.xperimental study of individual motivation 
in relation to group goals. Hum. Relat., 
7:3-38. 

With F. I. Lee 

The effects of decision making by group mem- 
bers on recall of finished and unfinished 
tasks. /. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 49:201-210. 

JONES, R. STEWART, Associate Professor 

Books 

With G. M. Blair, R. H. Simpson 

Educational psychology. The Macmillan Co., 
New York. 601 pp. 



Articles 

Do retesting and coaching influence GED 
test scores? The School Reviezv, 42.6:33i- 
340. 

KAULFERS. WALTER V., Professor 
Articles 

Gift of tongues or Tower of Babel. The 

Educ. Forum, 19,1:75-83. 
Promising leads for high school foreign 
language. Modern Language Forum, 39, 
1:10-14; Educ. Digest, 20,3:43-45. 
Report of the committee on tests (American 
Association of Teachers of German). 
German Quarterly, 27,2:83-89. 
Reviews 

The teaching of foreign languages in the ele- 
mentary school. French Revieiv, 27 5 : 
383-384, 

KETTELKAMP, GILBERT C, Associate 

Professor 
Books 

Teaching adolescents. D. C. Heath and Co., 
Boston. 540 pp. 

KIRK, SAMUEL A., Professor 

Articles 

How fare the handicapped and the gifted in 
today's crowded schools? Educ. Leadership. 
12,9:li-17. 
The mentally retarded. Counselling for Psy- 
chological Acceptance of Disability. U. S. 
Dept. of Health, Educ, and Welfare, Office 
of Vocational Rehabilitation, Washington, 
D. C, Rehabil. Service Series, 260:32-38. 

KOLSTOE, OLIVER P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A comparison of mental abilities of bright 
and dull children of comparable mental ages. 
/. Educ. Psych., -^5,3:161-168. 
Reviews 

Education of the slow-learning child, by 
Christine Ingram. Elem. School J., 54,8: 
481-482. 

KRATHWOHL, DAVID R., Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

With others 

Taxonomy of educational objectives. Hand- 
book I, cognitive domain, preliminary edi- 
tion. Longmans, Green & Co., N. Y., 
192 pp. 

KREBS, ALFRED H., Assistant Professor 

Books 

For more effective teaching: a problem solv- 
ing approach for teachers of vocational 
agriculture. Interstate Printers and Pub- 
lishers, Danville, Illinois. 136 pp. 

KUHN, WOLFGANG, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Make your own audio-visual aid. Music 

Educ. J., 40,1:35. 
Trends in phonographs. Music EJuc. J., 40, 
3:37. 

LEPPERT, ELLA C, Assistant Professor 
Books 

H'ith Edzi'ard C. Weir, Arthur E. Olsen, Carter 
N. Frisberg, Morris Lezveiistein 
Citizens today: young cititzens in action in 
Illinois schools. Circular Series A, No. 51, 
Illinois Curriculum Program Bulletin No. 
21. 62 pp. 



26 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



LIFTON, WALTER M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

(Iroup therapy in educational institutions. 

Kev. Educ. Research, pp. 156-165. 
Can teachers serve as counselors. /. Educ, 
pp. 226-229. 
Reviews 

Leadership and intelligence, by Margaret 
Fisher. Personnel and Guidance J., pp. 
238-239. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM E., Associate Professor 

Books 

U'ilh Celia B. Stendlcr 

Readings in child development. Harcourt, 

Urace and Co., N. Y. 513 pp. 
Articles 

Gee, I'm glad we're all different. NEA J., 

4^:2\9-22Q. 
Learning theory and identification: III. The 

development of values in children. /. 

Genet. Psychol., 84:2l\-2\7. 
Values, too, can cause discrimination. Educ. 

Leadership 12:90-93. 

McCLURE, WILLIAM P., Professor 
Books 

A study of financial support of the Illinois 
public schools. Univ. 111. Bur. Educ. Res. 
117 pp. 
Articles 

Job of the school treasurer. ///. Sch. Bd. J., 
21:19-27. 

METCALF, LAWRENCE E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With Edzvard C. Weir 

What do you think about our school's citizen- 
ship education program? Illinois Curricu- 
lum Program Consensus Study No. 1 1 , 
Inventory A. Office of the State Supt. of 
Pub. Inst., Springfield, 111. 22 pp. 

MILLER, P. VAN, Professor 
Articles 

Comment by a professor of educational ad- 
ministration. /. Social Issues, 10,2:59-62. 
His preparation for a three-fold role. School 
Executive, 75,6:82-83. 
Reviews 

Democratic supervision in secondary schools, 
by Charles W. Boardman, Harl R. Douglas 
and Rudyard K. Bent. Educ. Admin, ctid 
Supervision, -^0:54-56. 

MOORE, WALTER J., A.ssistant Professor 
Articles 

Selected references on secondary school in- 
struction. School Rev., 6.1:50-56. 
Selected references on elementary school in- 
struction. Elementary Sch. J., 55:45-52. 

With J. Harlan Shores 

Selected references for curriculum workers, 
1954 edition. Association for Supervision 
and Curriculum Development, N.E.A., 
Part I. Elem. Educ, pp. 1-8. 

NEWLAND, T. ERNEST, Professor 

Articles 

The development of factually presentable 
learning aptitude test items for use with 
the blind. Proceedings, Third Annual Con- 
ference, Research on Exceptional Children, 
pp. 11-14. 



The role of the psychologist as a member of 
the team of professional workers with jiar- 
ents of a child with a handicap. Pages 
7-23 in The School Psychologist Aids the 
Parent of the Crippled Child. Nat. Soc. 
Crippled Child., Chicago. 

NEWTON, C. RITA, Instructor 
Articles 

Sapphire, violet glow and silver gleam: a 
new technique in staging. Jr. Arts & 

Activities, 5-^,4:18-47. 

NICHOLS, EUGENE D., Instructor 

Books 

With others 

High school mathematics — first course. Univ. 
111. Coll. Educ. 207 pp. 
Articles 

How I teach understanding of definition. 
Math. Teachers, •/7:274-275. 



Russian education — for 
Studies, •/5: 181-183. 



what ? 



Social 



OHLSEN, MERLE M., Professor 
Articles 

New experiences which are associated with 
our full-time off-campus student teaching 
program. Bull. Nat. Assn. Secondary 
School Principals. December, 1954. 
With Raymond Schults 

How to define a good teacher. School. Exec, 

7S:46-48. 
As best and poorest student teachers are seen 
by peers. Educ. Admin, and Supervision, 
40:20-28. 
The study of variables for use in selection. 
/. of Teacher Educ, 5:279-283. 

PAGE, DAVID A., Instructor 

Books 

IVith others 

High school mathematics — first course. Univ. 
111. Coll. Educ. 207 pp. 

PHIPPS, LLOYD J., Associate Professor 
Books 

Successful practices in adult farmer educa- 
tion. Interstate, Danville, 111., 327 pp. 

With G. C. Cook 

Student notebook in vocational agriculture. 
Interstate, Danville, 111. 
With H. F. McColly, L. L. Scranton, 
G. C. Cook 

Farm mechanics text and handbook. Inter- 
state, Danville, 111., 752 pp. 
Articles 

Is soldering still an important farm me- 
chanics project. County Agent and Vo-Ag 
Teacher, 10:36-37. 

When studying electricity . . . teach practical 
wiring. Better Farming Methods, 26:14-16. 

Dynamics of individual on-farm instruction. 
Agr. Educ. Mag., 26:197-202. 

1954 program of work of the agricultural 
education division, American Vocational 
Association. Agr. Educ. Mag., 26:204-205. 

PINGRY, ROBERT E., Associate Professor 

Books 

With others 

High school mathematics — first course. Univ. 
111. Coll. Educ. 207 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 27 



POTTHOFF, EDWARD F., Professor 
Articles 

Survey report of McKendree College. Chap. 
4, 6 (pp. 31-43, 56-75). General Board of 
Education, The Methodist Churcli, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Meeting higher costs for higher education. 
ColUi/e Public Relations Quarterly, 5:12-18. 

Recent enrollment changes in the higher in- 
stitutions of Illinois (mimeographed). 8 pp. 

Report of the subcommittee on institutions 
for teacher education. North Central Assn. 
Quarterly, 25:356-358. 

SAXFORl), CHARLES \V., Professor 
Articles 

The principal's role in curriculum develop- 
ment. Bull. .\ASSP, SS:3b2-3b7. 
What are the next steps in curriculum de- 
velopment? — Summary. Bull. NASSP, 38: 
304-305. 

With Eric H. Johnson 

The Illinois curriculum program. ///. Sch. 
Bd. J., 2;:14-17. 

With Eric H. Johnson, Harold C. Hand 

The research program of the Illinois cur- 
I riculum program. /. Ed. Res., 47 -.ibl-ZTi. 

With others 

The nine point program for secondary edu- 
cation and national security (rev.). Bull. 
XASSP, .-S:444, 446, 448, 450, 452, 454, 
456, 458. 

SCHUETZ, WARREN H., Instructor 

Articles 

A small school can support a madrigal group. 
Music Educ. J., 41:58-61. 

SHORES, JAMES H., Professor 
Articles 

Reading interests and informational needs of 

children in grades four to eight. Elementary 

English, ii:493-500. 

With Herbert C. Rudman 

What children are interested in. Reading 
interests and informational needs of chil- 
dren in grades four to eight from the 
viewpoint of children, parents, teachers and 
librarians, (mimeo). 29 pp. 
With Walter J . Moore 

Selected bibliography for curriculum workers. 
Association for Supervision and Curriculum 
Development, N.E.A., Part I. Elementary 
Education, pp. 1-8. 
Reviews 

Significant books in review. Educ. Leader- 
ship, ii, 5:329-330. 

SIMPSON, RAY H., Professor 

Books 

With G. M. Blair, R. S. Jones 

Educational psychology. Macmillan Company, 
N. Y., 601 pp. 

SMITH, B. OTHANEL, Professor 
Books 

With Kenneth B. Henderson, Leonard F. Swift, 
Mary Jane Aschner 
Guide to clear thinking. Illinois Curriculum 
Program, Urbana. 71 pp. 

SNADER, DANIEL W., Professor 
Books 

Algebra, meaning and mastery. John C. 
Winston Co., Limited, Toronto, 500 pp. 



Reviews 

In-service training, an aid to articulation. 
Newsletter, Affiliated Groups National 
Coimcil of Teachers of Mathematics, 4,3. 

STEGMEIR, CHARLES R., Instructor 
Books 

ll'itli others 

High school mathematics — first course. Univ. 
111. Coll. Educ. 207 pp. 

STENDLER, CELIA BURNS, Profcs.sor 

Books 

With William E. Martin 

Readings in child development. Harcourt, 
Brace, and Co., New York. 
Articles 

The learning of certain secondary drives by 
Parisian and Ainerican middle class chil- 
dren. .Marriage and Family Living, 16: 
175-200. 
What kind of adult will your child be. Ne-v 

York Times .Magazine, Dec. 12, 1954. 
Possible causes of overdependency. Child De- 
velopment, 25:125-146. 

SUMPTION, MERLE R., Professor 
Articles 

Annotated bibliography of recent studies in 
school law. Yearbook of School Laic, 111- 
119. 

Before building an addition to an old school. 

Sch. Bd. J., 129:30. 
The control of pupil conduct by the school. 

Lazu and Contemporary Problems, 20:80- 

90. 

TINKHAM, ROBERT A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Project design — what the designers are do- 
ing. School Shop, 14:46; 14:30; 14:28. 

TRUMP, J. LLOYD, Professor 
Articles 

Freedom to think, study, and work. Punjab 

Educ. J., -^5:580-88. 
Five characteristics of schools of the future. 

Punjab Educ. J., 48:652-62. 
Extra class activities improve life adjustment. 

Educational Leadership, 11:428-33. 
Scope and nature of the problem of increasing 

the supply of qualified teachers. Toward 

Unity in Educational Policy, American 

Council on Education Studies No. 55, pp. 

164-72. 

WEINER, BLUMA B., Research Assistant 

Articles 

Report on the final academic achievement of 
thirty-seven mentally handicapped boys who 
had been enrolled in a prolonged preaca- 
demic program. Amer. J. Ment. Def., 59,2: 
210-219. 
Essential features of a pre-academic program 
for young mentally handicapped children. 
Amer. J. Ment. Def. 5<S,4;540-543. 

WEIR, EDWARD C, Instructor 

With Lawrence E. Metcalf 

In what respects should we strengthen our 
school's citizenship education prograin? Illi- 
nois Curriculum Program Consensus Study 
No. II, Inventory 15, Office of the State 
Supt. of Pub. Instruction, Springfield, Illi- 
nois, 23 pp. 

Articles 

With Ella C. Leppert 

The Illinois curriculum program — citizenship 
education project. The Councillor, 14,2:5-7. 



28 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ANNER, GEORGE E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Corner plots. Radio-Electronic Engineering 

Edition of Radio and Television Nems, 

March, pj). 14-18, 20. 

COLE, DOUGLAS J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

IVith R. V. Single 

An automatic course plotter. Australian J. 
of Afpl- Science, 5, 3:221-232. 

COLE>L\N, PAUL D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Irving Kaufman, Murray D. Sirkis 

Crossed electron beam technique for measur- 
ing space-charge in beams. /. Aftpl. Phys., 
25,5:279-680. 

With M. D. Sirkis 

A frequency stabilized microwave oscillator 
using readily available components. Rev. 
Sci. Inst., 25,4:401. 

FETT, GILBERT H., Professor 

Books 

Feedback control systems. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 
N. Y. 361 pp. 

FRY, W. J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Intense ultrasound — a new toool for neurol- 
ogy. /. Mental Sci., 100:S5-96. 
With W. Welkmvitz 

Characteristics of radiating variable resonant 
frequency crystal systems. /. Acotis. Soc. 
Am. 26:159-165. 
With R. B. Fry 

Determination of absolute sound levels and 
acoustic absorption coeffcients by thermo- 
couple probes. /. Acous. Soc. Am. 26:294- 
310; 311-317. 
With J. W. Barnard 

Selective action of ultrasound on nerve tissue. 
Convention Record, IRE pp. 102-106. 
With W. H. Mosberg, J . IV. Barnard, and 
F.,J. Fry 
Production of focal destructive lesions in the 
central nervous system with ultrasound. /. 
Neurosurgery, ii:471-478. 

HOHN, FRANZ E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The conference on training in applied mathe- 
matics. Amer. Math. Monthly, 61:242-245. 

HUDSON, PAUL K., Assistant Professor 

Books 

Witli F. E. Boys, W. M. Johnson 

Never walk alone. Hunter and Wroughton, 
Inc., Danville, Illinois. 235 pp. 
Articles 
With F. E. Boys, J. E. Williams 

A new flux-disk ergometer. Exp. Med. and 
Surg., Basel (Switzerland), 11, 4:248-257. 

LETAW, HARRY JR., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With A. H. Gropp 

Polarographic studies in non-aqueous media. 
I. Formamide. /. Phys. Chem., 57:964. 



With J. H. Hook, A. H. Gropp 

Polarographic studies in non-aqueous media. 
II. Formamide- Acetamide mixtures. J. 
Phys. Chem. .'55:81-3. 

With John Bardecn 

Electrolytic analog transistor. /. Appl. Phvs., 
25:600-606. 

With L. M. Slifkin, W. M. Portnoy 

Self -diffusion in germanium. Phys. Rev., 93: 

892-893. 
A precision grinding machine for diffusion 
studies. Rev. Sci. Instr., 25:865-868. 
With A. Kuper, L. Slifkin, E. Sonder, 
C. T. Tomicuka 
Self-diffusion in copper. Phys. Rev., 96: 
1224. 

RUMSEY, VICTOR H., Professor 
Articles 

The reaction concept in electromagnetic 
theory. Phys. Rev., 94,6:1483-1491; 95,6: 
1705. 
Analysis of experiments involving the kinetics 
of piles with reflectors. Canadian J. Phys. 
32:435-449. 
Kinetics of piles with reflectors. /. Appl. 
Phys., 25,11:1395-1399. 
With J. N. Hincs, T. E. Tice 

Design of arrays. Proc. Inst. Rad. Engrs., 
'#2,8: 1262-66. 

VON FOERSTER, HEINZ M., Professor 
Articles 

Experiment in popularization. Nature, 174: 
4424. 

With E. W. Ernst 

Electron bunches of short time duration. /. 
of Appl. Phys., 25:674-675. 

With L. R. Bloom 

Ultra high frequency beam analyzer. Rev. of 
Scient. Instr. 25:649-653. 

WAINWRIGHT, RAY M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Economics of cathodic protection, Pt. I. Gas, 

30,4:48-53. 
Economics of cathodic protection, Pt. II. Gas, 
30,4:44-48. 

ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION 

EVERITT, WILLIAM L., Dean 

Articles d 

Men who play God. Midwest Engineer, 7,2: ^ 

11. 
The place of the socio-humanistic studies in 
professional graduate instruction. ASEE 
J., 45,1:69-72. 
And who knows whether you have not come 
to the kingdom for such a time as this? 
Midwest Engineer, 7,7:7-8,19-20. 
With J. F. Doivnie Smith 

A golden anniversary. Science, 119,3X02:824- 
826. 

ROBERTS, HOWARD C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

High-stability circuitry for electric strain 
gages. /. Instr. Soc. Am., i: 19-21. 

Universal characteristics of measuring meth- 
ods. /. Instr. Soc. Am., i:48-51. . 

Making the technical-literature survey. /. I 
Instr. Soc. Am., i: 19-20. * 

Electronics in analysis instrumentation. Proc. 
Symposium on Methods of Instrumental 
Analysis. 1: F-1 to F-10. 



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DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 29 



IVith V. J. McDonald 

Control and programming of a 200,000 pounii 
fatiijiie machine. Proc. Soc. Exp. Stress, 
Analysis, ll,2:l-\i; III. Civil Eng. Studies, 
Structural Research Series, Xo. 79. 

Practical strain gage circuit assembly. II!. 
Eng. Exf. Sta. Structural Research Series 
S-16. 



ENGLISH 

DAVIDSON, EDWARD H., Associate 
Professor 

Books 

Hawthorne's Doctor Grimshawe's secret. Har- 
vard University Press, Cambridge, Massa- 
chusetts, 326 pp. 

FLAXAGAX. TOHX T., Professor 
Articles 

Letters by John Mason Peck. J. III. State 
Hist. Soc, ■//": 254-299. 
Reviews 

The oxcart trail, by Herbert Krause. .1/;)!- 

nesota History, S4:\23-\2A. 
Testimony against prophane customs, by In- 
crease Mather. English Studies, 35:172- 
173. 
Marvland imprints, 1801-1810, by Roger 
Pattrell Bristol. English Studies, j5:173. 

GROSS, SEYMOUR L., Instructor 
Articles 

Hawthorne's revision of The Gentle Boy, 
American Literature, 2(5:196-208. 

HAIG, ROBERT L., Instructor 

Articles 

The circulation of some London newspapers, 
1806-1811: two documents. Studies in Bib- 
liography, 7:190-194. 

HARKXESS, BRUCE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The epigraph of Conrad's Chance. Nine- 
teenth-Century Fiction, 9:209-222. 
Imitation and theme. /. Aesthetics and Art 
L riticisin, i2:499-508. 
Reviews 

Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury, by Irma 
Rantavaara. /. Eng. Germ. Philol., 55:137- 
138. 

HERRICK, MARVIX T.. Professor 

Reviews 

Endeavors of art: a study of form in Eliza- 
bethan drama, by Madeleine Doran. J. 
Eng. Germ. Philol., 53:472-473. 

HOLADAV, ALLAX G., Associate Professor 

Books 

With Gerald Markley 

The life of Lazarillo De Tormes. The Lib- 
eral Arts Press, Xew York. 68 pp. 

PAUL, SHERMAX, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Biographical note, introduction, bibliography, 
Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, Everyman's 
Library, J. M. Dent, London, pp. iii, v-xiii. 
Biographical note, introduction, bibliography, 
Herman Melville, Oinoo, Everyman's Li- 
brary, J. M. Dent, London, pp. iii, v-xi. 
Reviews 
Jarrell's defense of poetry. Accent, 14:75-76. 
Freedom and fate: an inner life of Ralph 
Waldo Emerson, by Stephen E. W'hicher, 
Xew England Quart., 27:118-120. 



Indian superstition, by Ralph Waldo Emer- 
.son, ed. by Kenneth W. Cameron. Nciv 
England Quart., 27:282-283. 

The savages of America: a study of the In- 
dian and the idea of civilization, by Roy 
Harvey Pearce. /. Engl. German. Philol., 
55:481-484. 

RAY, GORDON X., Professor 
Articles 

Dickens versus Thackery: the Garrick Club 
affair. P.MLA, 69:815-832. 

Thackeray. New Century Cyclopedia of 
Names, ed. Clarence L. Barnhart, three 
volumes (New York, 19S4), III, 3830. 
Reviews 

A sibyl humanized, I'irginia Quart. Rev., 
50:608-610. (Review ot The George Eliot 
Letters, ed. Gordon S. Haight, volumes I 
to III) 

Minor Victorian, Saturdav Review, 12 June 
1954, p. 17. (Review" of Mabel Collin.f 
Donnelly, George Gissing: Grave Come- 
dian) 

Saint of rationalism, Saturday Review, 25 
December 1954, p. 16. (Review of Michael 
St. John Packe, The Life of John Stuart 
Mill) 

ROBINS, HARRY P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Milton's "Two-Handed Engine at the Door" 

and St. Matthew's gospel. RES., 5:25-36. 

The crystalline sphere and the "Waters 

Above" in Paradise Lost. PMLA, 64:903- 

914. 

Milton's golden chain, MLN, 69:76. 

SCOTT, ARTHUR L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The myriad perspectives of Absalom, Absa- 
lom! American Quarterly, 6:210-220. 

SECORD, ARTHUR W., Professor 
Reviews 

The question of emotion in Defoe, by Ben- 
jamin Boyce. Philol. Quart., 38:269-270. 
Defoe's education in Newington Green Acad- 
emy, by Lew Girdler. Phil. Quart., 38:270. 

SHERBO, ARTHUR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Johnson's Dictionary and Warburton's 

Shaliespeare. Philol. Quart. 55:94-96. 
Sherwood Anderson's / IVant To Know Why 
and Messrs. Brooks and Warren. College 
English, 75:350-351. 
Reviews 

Samuel Johnson's parliamentary reporting, by 
B. B. Hoover. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 53: 
640-641. 
Christopher Smart, Jubilate Agno, ed. by 
W. H. Bond, /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 53: 
640. 

SMITH, ROLAND M., Professor 
Articles 

Swift's little language and nonsense names. 
J. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:178-196. 
Reviews 

Beowulf and Judith, by Elliott Van Kirk 
Dobbie. /. Engl. Germ. Philil., 55:448-451. 

STILLWELL, GARDINER, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Chaucer's eagles and their choice on Febru- 
ary 14, J. Engl. Germ. Philil., 55,4:546- 
561. 



30 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ENTOMOLOGY 

BALDUF, WALTER V., Professor 
ArJicles 

Observations on the white-faced wasp. Doli- 
choves[^ula maculata (Linn.) (\'espidae, 
Hvmenoptera.) Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 47: 

4SS-4.S8. 

FRAEXKEL, G. S., Professor 
Articles 

The distribution of vitamin Bt (carnitine) 
throughout the animal kingdom. Arch. 
Biochon. and Biophys., 50:486-495. 
Inhibitory effects of sugars. Fed. Proc, 13: 
457-458. 

With P. I. Chang 

Manifestations of a vitamin Rt deficiency in 
the larva of the mealworm, Tencbrio moli- 
tor L. Physiol. ZooL, 27:40-56. 

Histopathology of vitamin Bt (carnitine) de- 
ficiency in larvae of the mealworm, Tenebrio 
molitor L. Physiol. ZooL, 27:259-267. 

With EUery French 

Carnitine (vitamin Bt) as a nutritional re- 
quirement for the confused flour beetle. 
Nature, i7i: 173-1 74. 

With H. E. Gray 

The carbohydrate components of honeydew. 
Physiol. ZooL, 27:56-65. 

With Herbert Lipke, James Stenibnrg 

Toxicity of corn germ for Tenebrio inolitor. 
Fed. Proc., ii: 464. 

With H. H. Moorefield 

The character and ultimate fate of the larval 
salivary secretion of Phormia reyima Meig. 
(Diptera, Calliphoridae). Biol. Bull., 106: 
178-184. 

With N. C. Paut 

Studies on the symbiotic yeasts of two insect 
species, Lasiodcrma serricorne F. and 
Steyobimn paniceum L. Biol. Bull., 107: 
420-432. 

With G. E. Priuty 

The amino acid requirements of the confused 
flour beetle, Tribolium confusum Duval. 
Biol. Bull., iyd: 149-157. 

With S. Friedman, P. K. Bhattacharyya 

Acetyl carnitine as an acetyl donor. Fed. 
Proc, 13:214. 

With Herbert Lipke, I. E. Liener 

Effect of soybean inhibitors on growth of 
Tribolium confusum. Ayr. and Food 
Chem., 2:410-414. 
Reviews 

Insect physiology, ed. by Kenneth Roeder. 
Arch. Biochem. Biophvs., ■/?: 456-457; 
Quart. Rev. Biol., 29:82-S"3. 

FRIEDMAN, STANLEY, Research Associate 
Articles 

The influence of amino acids on fructose 
utilization in the luminous bacterium, 
Achronwbacter fischeri. J. Bact., 67:523. 

HORSFALL, WILLIAM R., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

A migration of Aedes vexans Meigen. /. 

Econ. Ent., ■/7:544. 
Summer employment as a teaching aid for 

students majoring in entomology. Proc. 

Ninth Ann. Mty. No. Cent. States Branch 

Ent. Soc. Amer., p. 57. 



KEARNS, C. W., Professor 

Articles 

With James Sternburg, H. H. Moorefield 

Resistance to DDT, DDT-dehydrochlorinase, 

an enzyme found in DDT resistant flies. 

Ayr. and Food Chem., 2:1125-1130. 

MILUM, VERN G., Professor 
Articles 

Information on beekeeping journals. Mimeo. 

pp. 1-12. 



EXTENSION DIVISION 

CARTER, GERALD C, Supervisor of Testing 
and Counseling, Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Extension 

Articles 

Kuder preference record scores and success 
in engineering college. /. Coun. Psvch., 
1:196. 
With John W. Hancock 

Student personality traits and curriculum of 
enrollment. /. Educ. Res., 48:225-227. 

RICHARDSON, THOMAS S., Assistant to 
Director of Music Extension, Assistant 
Professor of Music 

Articles 

All-state activities at grade school level. The 
Instrumentalist. 7:7. 



FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

FOX, KIRK, Research Associate 
See Agricultural Economics 

HERREID, ERNEST O., Professor 
Articles 

Impact of high pasteurization temperatures 
on the dairy industry. Milk Dealer, 43,12: 
112-118. 
Recent developments in processing sterile 
milk and sterile concentrated milk. Milk 
Industry Foundation Proc., 1954. 

With W. A. Cordes, J. E. Edmondson, T. I. 
Hedrick, L. M. Lampert, J. J. Willingham, 
B. Heinemann. 
Standarized procedures for the Babcock test. 
/. Dairy Sci., 37,6:761-768. 

HOWARD, LOUIS B., Professor 
Articles 

With L. L. Kempe, H. IV. Norton, 
A. I. Nelson 
Studies on the dehydration of sweet corn. 
Food Tech., ^,1:9-14. 

KAUFMANN, OLIVER W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With R. H. Andrews 

The destruction rate of psychrophilic bacteria 
in skimmilk. J. Dairy Sci., 37:317-327. 
With Z. J. Ordal, H. M. El-Bisi i 

The effect of several antibiotics on certain I 
spore-forming organisms involved in food ' 
spoilage. Food Res., i9: 483-487. 
The action of several antibiotics on the spores 
of B. thermoacidurans in a tomato juice 
medium. Food Res., iP: 488-493. 
Reviews 
Antiseptics, disinfectants, fungicides, chemi- 
cal and physical sterilization, by G. F. 
Reddish. /. Dairy Sci., 37 :A65-6b. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 31 



KUMMEROW, FRED A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Fats and fatty acids in nutrition. Borden's 
Reviczv (of Nutritional Research), 15,1. 
With V. R. Bhalcrao 

A method for the detection of foreign fats in 
dairy products. /. Dairy Sci., i7: 156-161. 
U'itlx S. S. Chanii 

The relationship between the oxidative poly- 
mers of soybean oil and flavor reversion. 
/. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 31:324-327. 
With G. C. Potter 

Chemical similiarity and biological activity 
of the saponins isolated from alfalfa and 
soybeans. Science, 120:224-225. 
With T. Sakiira(}i 

A simple plunger-type fraction cutter for 
hiirh vacuum distillation. Anal. Chem., 26: 
620. 
Reviews 

The structures and reactions of the aromatic 
compounds, by G. M. Badger. /. Am. Oil 
Chem. Soc, 57,9:31. 

Organic synthesis, vol. 33, by Charles C. 
Price. /. Am. Oil Chem. Soc, 31,5:37. 

MILXER, REID T., Professor 
Reviews 

Laboratory instruments, their design and ap- 
plication. /. Am. Oil Chew. Soc, 31,S:32. 

NELSON, ALVIN I., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. L. Kempe, H. W. Norton, 
L. B. Howard 
Studies on the dehydration of sweet corn. 
Food Tech., 5,1:9-14. 

ORDAL. Z. JOHN, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With A. M. Stern, H. O. Halvorson 

Utilization of fatty acids by and lipolytic 

activities of }>lucor mucedo. J. Bact., 68: 

24-27. 

With M. P. Steinberg 

Effect of fermentation variables on rate of 

fat formation by Rhodotorula gracilis. 

Agr. and Food Chem., 2,17:873-877. 
Theoretical rate of fat formation by yeasts. 

Science, 120 (3120):609-610. 
With O. W. Kaufmann, H. M. El-Bisi 

The effect of several antibiotics on certain 

spore-forming organisms involved in food 

spoilage. Food Res., 79:483-487. 
The action of several antibiotics on the spores 

of B. thermoacidurans in a tomato juice 

medium. Food Res., 79:488-493. 
Reviews 
Industrial fermentations, by L. A. Under- 

kofler and R. J. Hickey. /. Dairy Sci., 37, 

9:A113. 

TOBIAS, JOSEPH, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Unlimited opportunities in dairying. The 
Georgia Dairyman, 5:13-15. 
Reviews 

Laboratory instruments — their design and 
application, by A. Elliott and J. Home 
Dickson. /. Dairy Sci., 37 :A99. 

TRACY, PAUL H., Professor 
Articles 

The trend is favorable for greater ice cream 
consumption. Ice Cream Trade J., 50:112- 
114,204-207. 



WHITNEY, ROBERT McL., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

ll'ith G. K. Miirthy 

The effect of cation and anion e.\change 
resin mixtures on the salt content of raw 
skimmilk. /. Dairy Sci., i7:571-582. 
With L. A. Russell, A. .M. Buswell, F. J. Fry 
Bactericidal effects of ultrasound. Instru- 
mentation and techniques for quantitative 
studies. Ind. Eng. Chem., 46:1751-1756. 



FORESTRY 

BOGGESS, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, 
Professor 

Articles 

Cold weather and glaze damage to forest 
plantations in southern Illinois. ///. Agr. 
E.rp. Sta. Bui., 574. 23 pp. 

CULVER, LAWSON BLAINE, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Keith H. Hinchcliff, Leonard R. Kyle, 
Harleigh R. Kemynerer 
Planning your farmstead. ///. .-Igr. E.rt. 
Sen-. Cir., 732. 

JOKELA, JALMER JOHN, First Assistant 

Articles 

With Ralph W. Lorens 

Damage caused by rabbits in the state 4-H 
memorial camp plantation. ///. Ayr. Exp. 
Sta. Forestry Note, 50. 
Unsheared Christmas trees produce low 
yields. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note, 
51. 

WALTERS, CHARLES SEBASTIAN, 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

A uniform service test for fence posts. Jour. 
For. 52,7:527. 

Choosing poles for pole-type structures. ///. 
Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note, 46. 
With Wayne L. Meek 

Report on Project 301-A. Preservative treat- 
ment of fence posts by cold-soaking in 
pentachlorphenol-fuel oil solutions. ///. Agr. 
Exp. Sta. Forestry Note, 43. 

Report on Project 301C. Preservative treat- 
ment of fence posts with toxic oil solutions 
by cold-soaking, dipping, and brushing. ///. 
Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note, 44. 

Treatment of fence posts by dijiping and 
brushing is uneconomical. ///. Agr. Exp. 
Sta. Forestry Note, 45. 

Superficial treatment of duck boards not eco- 
nomical. ///. Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry 
Note, 47. 
With Wayne L. Meek, E. D. Bergeson 

2,4,5-T as an aid in peeling jack pine. ///. 
Agr. Exp. Sta. Forestry Note, 49. 



FRENCH 

GULLETTE, CAMERON C, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Translation of Misere. An original retelling 
of an old French folk tale. Pp. 15S-I63 in 
Never Walk Alone, ed. by P. K. Hudson 
and F. E. Boys. Hutner & Wroughton 
Press, Danville, Illinois. 



32 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



HALLOWELL, ROBERT E., Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

Ronsard and the conventional Roman elegy. 
University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 176 
pp. 

MAINOUS, RRUCE H., Assistant Professor 

Microcard 

With Hcnslcy C. Woodbridge 

A Sainte-Beuve bibliography, 1938-1952. Uni- 
versity of Rochester Press for the Associa- 
tion of College and Reference Libraries, 
Rochester, New York, 1954. (21 pp., 1 
card. 28 cm. ACRL Microcard series, no. 
11). 

SOBOTKA, FRANCES F., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Mechenye Atomy (Tagged Atoms) by S. V. 

Altshuler. edited, prepared for class use. 

Reprinted by Academic Reprints, Stanford, 

California. 56 pp. 

WADSWORTH, PHILIP A., Professor 
Reviews 

La Fontaine, by Monica Sutherland. Mod. 

Lang. Quart., 25:195-196. 
Metaphysical, Baroque, and Precieux poetry, 
by Odette de Mourgues. Romanic Rev., 
45:203-207. 



GENERAL STUDIES, DIVISION OF 

JACKSON, FREDERICK H., Assistant 

Professor of History 
Articles 

Democracy on the march. The Proc]ressivc, 

iS.2: 12-14. 
Stephen Vincent Benet and American history. 
The Historian, 17:67-7S. 

Reviews 

The university of Utopia, by Robert M. 
Hutchins, and On education and freedom, 
by Harold Taylor. The Progressii'e, 18,7: 
33-34. 

Academic procession: an informal history of 
the American college, 1636 to 1953, by 
Ernest Earnest. Lib. Quart., 29:405-406. 

MORRELL, WILLIAM E., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Textbook errors and the scientific attitude. 
/. Chem. Educ., iJ: 162-163. 



GEOGRAPHY 

BOOTH, ALFRED W., Professor 
Articles 

With Joseph A. Russell, Sidman P. Poole 
Military geography. Chap. 23 in American 
geography, inventory and prospect. Syra- 
cuse Univ. Press for Assn. Am. Geog. 
Pp. 484-495. 

CARMIN, ROBERT L., Associate Professor 

Books 

Anapolis, Brazil: regional capital of an agri- 
cultural frontier, Research Paper No. 35 
of Dept. of Geog., University of Chicago. 
184 pp. (1953). 

FELLMANN, JEROME D., Assistant 
Professor 



Reviews 

Renewing our cities, by Miles L. Colean. 

Bull. Geog. Map Div. Spec. Lib. Assn., 

76:13. 
L'Asie, by Pierre Gourou. Bull. Geog. Map 

Div. Spec. Lib. Assn., J(3: 13-14. 
Climate, vegetation and man, by Leonard 

Hadlow. Bull. Geog. Map Div. Spec. Lib. 

Assn., 16:14. 

GARLAND, JOHN H., Professor 
Reviews 

Economic geography of Ohio, by Alfred J. 
Wright. Geog. Rev., 44:307-30S. 

ROEPKE, HOWARD G., Instructor 
Reviews 

Struggle for Africa, by Vernon Bartlett. 
Bull. Geog. Map Div. Spec. Lib. Assn., 
15:16. 
The cost of industrial movement, by W. F. 
Luttrell. Bull. Geog. Map Div. Spec. Lib. 
Assn., 15:16. 

RUSSELL, JOSEPH A., Professor 

Articles 

With Alfred W. Booth, Sidman P. Poole 

Military geography. Chap. 23 in American 
geography, inventory and prospect. Syra- 
cuse Univ. Press for Assn. Am. Geog., 
pp. 484-495. 

SLUTSKY, HERBERT, Teaching Assistant 

Articles 

With F. Sargent, II 

The natural history of miliaria rubra. Bull. 
Am. Mcteorol. Soc, i5:281-282. 
Reviews 
With F. Sargent, II 

Miliaria rubra. Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc, 
35:278. 



GEOLOGY 

CARR, JOHN M., Visiting Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Zoned plagioclases in layered gabbros of the 

Skaergaard intrusion. East Greenland. 

Min. Mag., 30:267-375. 

CHAPMAN, CARLETON A., Professor 
Articles 

(iranite replacement in basic dikes. Mount 
Desert Island, Maine. Trans. III. Acad. 
Sci., 47:117-125. 
Reviews 

Optical properties of organic compounds, by 

A. N. Winchell. Anal. Chem., 26,12: 35 A. 

The origin of metamorphic and metasomatic 

rocks by Hans Romberg. J. Geol., 62:199- 

202. 

GRIM, RALPH E., Research Professor 
Articles 

Los mineralos arcillosos en los suelos y su 
significance. Bull. Ministenio de Obras 
Publicas Argentina, 3,1. 17 pp. 
]\Iineralogia de las Arcillas. De la Revista 

Construcciones, Argentina. 38 pp. 
Applications of clay mineral investigations. 
Georgia Minerals Newsletter, 7:50-53. 

With IV. D. Johns, W. F. Bradley 

Quantitative estimations of clay minera/s by 
diffraction methods. /. Sed. Petrologv, 24: 
242-251. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 33 



JOHNS, WILLIAM D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Edward C. Jonas 

Some observations on the relation between 

isomorphism and properties of clays. /. 

Ci-ol., 62: 163-1 7L 
IVith R. E. Grim, W. F. Bradley 

Quantitative estimations of clay minerals by 

diffraction methods. /. Sed. Petrologv, 24: 

242-251. 

RHODES, FRANK H. T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The value of a diagnosis in systematic pale- 
ontology. /. Palcont., 25:487-488. 
Insects from a travertine deposit in Upper 
Teesdale, Countv Durham. Proc. Univ. 
Durham Phil. Soc, ii:131-13.S, 3 pi. 
The zoological affinities of the conodonts. 
Biol. Rev.. 29:419-452. 

SHAFFER, PAUL R., Professor 
Articles 

Extension of Tazewell glacial substage of 
western Illinois into eastern Iowa. Bull. 
Ceol. Soc. Amcr., 65:443-456. 
Farmdale drift. Science, ii9:693-694. 

WANLESS, HAROLD R., Professor 

Articles 

Studies of field relations of coal beds. Sec- 
ond Conference on the Origin and Consti- 
tution of Coal, Crvstal Cliffs, Xoi'a Scotia, 
June 1952, pp. 148-175. 

WHITE, GEORGE W., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 
Ifith J. D. IVinslow, E. E. Webber 

Water resources of Cuyahoga County, Ohio. 
Ohio Div. of Water Bull. 26, 123 pp., 
60 pi. 
Articles 

Character and distribution of glacial and 
alluvial deposits, in R. C. Smith, Ground 
Water Resources of Summit County, Ohio. 
Ohio Div. Water Bull., 27:18-24. 
Reviews 

Life and letters of R. A. F. Penrose, Jr., by 
H. R. Fairbanks and G. P. Berkey. /. 
Geol., 62:415-416. 
The literature of geology by Brian Mason. 
/. Sed. Petrology, 24:147. 

GERMAN 

BAXTA, FRANK G., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Allgemeine und vergleichende Sprachwissen- 
schaft — Indogermanistik, by Vittore Pisani. 

/. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:441. 

de CAPUA, A. GEORGE, JR., Instructor 
Reviews 
Gottlieb Wilhelm Rabener: Poetische Welt 
und Realitat, by Hansuli Wyder. /. Engl. 
Germ. Philol., 4:639-640. 

FREV, JOHN R., Professor 
Articles 

Bibliographic zur Theorie und Technik des 
deutschen Romans (1939-1953). Mod. 
Lang. Notes, 69:77-88. 

America and her literature reviewed by post- 
war Germany. Amer.-Germ. Rev., 20:4-6, 
31 (June). 

The question of form in recent German liter- 
ature. Aris. Quart., 70:197-208. 



Postwar Germany: ei\ter American litera- 
ture. Amcr.-Germ. Rev., 21:9-12 (Oct.). 
Reviews 

Social criticism in the early works of Erich 
Kastner, by John Winkelmann. /. Ent/l. 
Germ. Philol., 55:138-139. 

Amerikanisch-Deutsches Worterbuch, by A. 
Mayer. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 53:683. 

Deutsche Prosadichtung der (iegenwart, by 
Werner Zimmermann. Monatsheftc, 46: 
296-297. 

NOCK, FRANCIS J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

E. T. A. Hoffmann and Shakespeare. /. 
Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:369-382. 
Reviews 

Wolfram von Eschenbach. I. Band, by E 

Hartl. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:96-98. 
An English-German/(jerman-English Diction 
ary, by W. E. Collinson and Mrs. H 
Connell. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:613. 
The German language today, by W. E. Col 
inson. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:614-615 
Goethe's Faust, Parts I and II, translated by 
Louise MacNeice. J. Engl. Germ. Philol. 
55:661-662. 

PHILIPPSON, ERNST A., Professor 
Articles 

Neuere Forschungen zum Westgermanenprob- 
lein und zur Ausgliederung der german- 
ischen Stamme. Symj^osium, 5:18-32. 
Reviews 

Symbolik des Marchens. Versuch einer Deu- 
tung, by Hedwig von Beit. Monatshefte, 
46:54-58. 

Handbuch der germanischen Philologie, by 
Friedrich Stroh. Germanic Rev., 29:73-76. 

Vor- und Friihgeschichte des deutschen 
Schrifttums. II. Band: Friihgeschichte 
des deutschen Schrifttums, 1. und 2. Lief- 
erung, by Georg Baesecke. /. Engl. Germ. 
Philol., 55:227-229. 

Tiirkische Trauerspiele: Ibrahim Bassa — 
Ibrahim Sultan, by Daniel Casper von 
Lohenstein. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 53: 
240-243. 

Althochdeutsche Grammatik, by Wilhelm 
Braune. 8th edition reworked by Walther 
Mitzka. /. Engl. Germ Philol., 55:442-444. 

Der Einfluss des Niederdeutschen auf die 
hochdeutsche Schriftsprache, by Max S. 
Kirch. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:444. 

Notker-Studien, Teil I und II. Lateinisch- 
Althochdeutsches Glossar und Althoch- 
deutsch-Latinisches Worterverzeichnis zu 
Notkers Boethius De Consolatione Philoso- 
phiae, Buch I, by Alfred Karl Dolch. /. 
Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:456-457. 

Notker III von St. Gallen als Uberstezer 
und Kommentator von Boethius' De Conso- 
latione Philosophiae by Ingeborg Schrobler. 
/. Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:457-459. 

Kleine Schriften zur Literaturgeschichte des 
Mittelalters, by Wolfgang Stammler, /. 
Engl. Germ. Philol., 55:463-465. 

Le Cycle de Dietrich. Morceaux Choisis 
avec Introduction, Notes et Glossaire, by 
Georges Zink. /. Engl. Germ. Philol., 53: 
623. 

REHDER, HELMUT, Professor 

Books 

Goethe's Faust, Part I, an American stu- 
dents' edition, with critical introduction 
and notes, and complete German-English 
vocabulary (ed. with R-M. S. Heffner and 
W. F. Twaddell). D. C. Heath and Co., 
I'.oston. 



34 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



SCHUMANN, DETLEV \V., Professor 
Articles 

Goethe and Friedrich Carl von Moser: a 
contribution to the study of Gotz von 
Bcrlichingen. J. Engl. Germ. PhiloL, 53: 
\-22. 
Xeu Studien zur franzosischen Emigration 
in Schleswig-Holstein. Nordelhingen, 22: 
134-156. 
Reviews 

Christian thought in the age of Goethe. /. 

Enyl. Genu. PhiloL, 55:641-658. 
Drei Schlosser am Westensee, by Harry 
Schmidt. Monatshcfte, 46:157. 



GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, 
INSTITUTE OF 

GOVE, SAMUEL K., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

With Gilbert Y. Steincr 

The Illinois legislative process. Institute of 

Government and Public Affairs, Urbana, 

44 pp. 
Articles 

The County executive officer. National 

County Officer, iP: 190-193. 
Illinois State government. Illinois Blue Book, 

1953-54, Secretary of State, Springfield, 

pp. 74-84. 

STEINER, GILBERT Y. Research 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

Chicago home rule commission. Chapters 3, 
4, 7, 8 in Modernizing A City Govern- 
ment. University of Chicago Press, Chi- 
cago. 
With Samuel K. Gove 

The Illinois legislative process. Institute of 
Government and Public Affairs, L^rbana. 
44 pp. 
With Clyde Snider, Lois M. Langdon 

Local taxing units: the Illinois experience. 
Institute of Government and Public Af- 
fairs, Urbana. 88 pp. 



HEALTH SERVICE 

EICHENLAUB, JOHN E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Colds, coughs and humidity, Your Life, 34,3. 
Discipline and duty. Living for Young 

Homemakers, May. 
Don't let a trick knee throw you. Science 

Digest, 36,6. 
Head injuries, Today's Health, 52,12. 
How to avoid ulcer, Today's Health, 52,10. 
Injuries to growing bones. Today's Health, 

32,5. 
Jealousy in children. Living for Young 

Homemakers, November. 
Joe's nervous breakdown. Today's Health, 

32.11. 
Living through a stroke. Your Health, 16,2. 
Lung cancer — the growing specter. Today's 

Health, 32,4. 
Make your marriage complete, The Lutheran, 

37,8. 
Stories your lymph nodes tell. Your Health, 

15,4. 
The biggest day in my life. The Rotarian, 

84,3:27. 



They're putting themselves to sleep on the 

table. Your Health, 16,1. 
What to do about your size. Today's Health, 

32,7. 
When pneumonia strikes. Your Health, 15,3. 
Why doctors fool you. Why, 1,23. 

OTIS, JACK, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Some problems in the provision of psycho- 
therapeutic services in the institutions of 
higher learning. Bull. Amer. Assoc. Univ. 
Professors, -^0,3:456-471. 

HISTORY 

BESTOR, ARTHUR E., Professor 
Articles 

Future direction of American education. Phi 
Delta Kappan, 55:373-378,384. 

The fundamentals of education. Vital 
Speeches of the Day, 20:658-659. 

The retreat from learning. National Parent- 
Teacher, 49,2:28-32. 

How should America's teachers be educated ? 
Teachers College Record, 56:16-19; Educa- 
tion Digest, 20,3:10-12. 

Owen, Robert. In New Century Cyclopedia 
of Names, ed. by C. L. Barnhart and 
W. D. Halsey. Appleton-Century-Crofts, 
N. Y., Vol. 3, p. 3058. 

Aimlessness in education. In Form and 
Thought in Prose, ed. by W. H. Stone 
and R. Hoopes. Ronald Press, N. Y., pp. 
50-67. 

Anti-intellectualism in the schools. In Public 
Educaation under Criticism, ed. by C. W. 
Scott and C. M. Hill. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 
N. v., pp. 40-44. 

Education for 1984. In Essays on Liberty, 
vol. II. Foundation for Economic Educa- 
tion, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1954, 
pp. 380-394. 

Aimlessness in education. In Symposixtm, 
ed. by G. Arms and L. Locke. Rmehart 
and Co., N. Y., pp. 103-111. 
Reviews 

Voyage en Icarie, ed. by Fernand Rude. 
Amer. Hist. Rev., 49:449-50. 

Socialism and American life, ed. by D. D. 
Egbert and Stow Persons, 3 vols. Amer. 
Historical Review, 49:384-386. 

California's Utopian colonies, by Robert V. 
Hine. /. Economic History, 14:84-85. 

Catalogue of the library of Thomas Jefferson, 
compiled by E. Millicent Sowerby, vols. 
I-III. Miss. Vallev Hist. Rev., 40:717- 
721; Progressive, i«,3:33-34. 

Zoar: an Ohio experiment in communalism. 
Wis. Mag. Hist., 57:170-171. 

Papers of Thomas Jefferson, ed. by Julian 
P. Boyd. Vol. 7 reviewed in Progressive, 
18,3:33-34. Vol. 8 reviewed ibid., 18,6: 
41-42. Vol. 9 and index to vols. 1-6 re- 
viewed ibid., J5,l 1:42-43. 

Jefferson reader, ed. by F. C. Rosenberger. 
Progressive, 18, 6:41-42. 

Thomas Jefferson's farm book, ed. by E. M. 
Betts. Progressive, 18, 6:41-42. 

The complete Madison, ed. by S. K. Pad- 
over. Progressive, 18, 6:41-42. 

A study of history, by Arnold J. Toynbee, 
vols. VII-X. Progressive, 18, 12:32-33. 

BOUWSMA, WILLIAM J.. Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Postel and the significance of Renaissance 
Cabalism. /. Hist. Ideas, i5: 218-232. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 35 



Reviews 

Les conipagnies corses a Aix-en- Provence, 
1575-1586, bv R. Emmanuelli. /. Mod. 
Hist., 26:IQ\. 
Le XV'I*^ sievle vu par les ambassadeiirs 
venitiens, by Orestes Ferrard. Amer. Hist. 
Rcz:, 60:140-141. 

CURRENT, RICHARD N., Professor 
Books 

Secretary Stimson: a study in statecraft. 
Rutgers Univ. Press, Xew Brunswick, 



N. .T.. 



pp. 



The typewriter and the men who made it. 
University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 149 
pp. 
Articles 

The Stimson doctrine and the Hoover doc- 
trine. A»ter. Hist. Rcz:, 5P:S13-542. 

Philetus Sawyer, Christopher Latham Sholes, 
Thaddeus Stevens. The New Century Cy- 
clopedia of Names, ed. by Clarence L. 
Barnhart, 5:3502, 3591, 3711. 
Reviews 

William Freeman Vilas, doctrinaire demo- 
crat, by Horace Samuel Merrill. Amer. 
Hist. Rev., 60:200-201. 

Canada and the Far East, 1940-1953, by 
H. F. Angus. Miss. I'allcv Hist. Rev., 
^i:363-364. 

Winchester: the gun that won the West, by 
Harold F. Williamson. Bus. Hist. Rev., 
25:101-103. 

On freedom's altar: the martyr complex in 
the abolition movement, by Hazel Cather- 
ine Wolf. IVisc. Mag. of Hist., 57:116. 

The China tangle: the American effort in 
China from Pearl Harbor to the Marshall 
mission, by Herbert Feis. IVisc. Mag. of 
Hist., 55:37-38. 

Ford: the times, the nman, the company, by 
Allan Nevins. Progressive, June, pp. 37- 
38. 

Charles A. Beard: an appraisal, ed. by 
Howard K. Beale. Progressive, July, p. 

ERICKSOX, EDGAR L., Professor 

Books 

Editor. British House of Commons Sessional 
Papers, 1731-1800. 110 vols. Readex Mi- 
croprint Corporation, New York. appr. 
77,000 pp. 
Editor. Journals of the British House of 
Commons, 1547-1900. 118 vols. Readex 
Microprint Corporation, New York. appr. 
142,800 pp. 

Articles 

Report of Committee on Documentary Re- 
production of the American Historical As- 
sociation, 1952. Annual Report of the 
American Historical Association for the 
Year 1952, Vol. 1, Proceedings, 41-43. 

Reviews 

List of National Archives microfilm publica- 
tions by National Archives. The American 
Archivist, 17, 3:272-273. 

GEANAKOPLOS, DENO J., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

On the schism of the Greek and Roman 

churches. A confidential Papal directive 

for the implementation of union (1278). 

Greek Orthodox Theol. Rev., J: 16-24. 
The problem of our time. Greek Orthodox 

Theol. Rev., 1:24-29. 



HAMEROW, THEODORE S., A.ssistant 
Professor 

Articles 

History and the German revohition of 1848. 
Amer. Hist. Rev., 60,1:27-AA. 

NOWELL, CHARLES E., Professor 
Books 

The great discoveries and the first colonial 
empires. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

RODKEY, FREDERICK S., Professor 

Reviews 

Caucasian battlefields: a history of the wars 
on the Turco-Caucasian border, 1828-1921, 
by W. E. D. Allen and the late Paul 
Muratoff. Amer. Hist. Rev., .'59:715-716. 

SHANNON, FRED A., Professor 
Articles 

Inflation and the farmer. Current History, 
26:86-91. 

A post rnortem on the labor-safety-valve 
theory, in Economic Change in America. 
Pp. 258-259 ed. by Lambie and Clemence. 
The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, Pa., 
1954. 

Homestead and exemption laws. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica, 71:704-705, 1954. 

Culture and agriculture in America. Miss. 
Valley Hist. Rev., 41:3-20. 
Reviews 

Farm policies of the United States, 1790- 
1950: a study of their origins and devel- 
opment, by Murray R. Benedict. Amer. 
Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci., Annals, 297:168-169. 

The farmer's tools, 1500-1900: the history of 
British farm implements, tools, and ma- 
chinery before the tractor came, by G. E. 
Fussell. /. Ec. Hist., 14:75. 

The decline of agrarian democracy, by Grant 
McConnell. /. Pol. Econ., 62:90-91. 

Harvard guide to American history, by Oscar 
Handlin and others, Amer. Hist. Rev., 60: 
115-116. 

The dollar, by Roy Harrod. Amer. Acad. 
Pol. Soc. Sci., Annals, 295:168-169. 

SIRICH, JOHN B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The revolutionary committees after Thermi- 
dor. /. Modern Hist., 26:329-339. 

STARR, CHESTER G., Professor 
Books 

Civilization and the Caesars: the intellectual 
revolution in the Roman Empire. Cornell 
University Press, Ithaca, N. Y. 413 pp. 
Salerno to the Alps (Spanish translation). 
Circolo Militare, Buenos Aires. 
Reviews 

Roman middle class, by H. Hill. Am. J. 

Phil., 75:421-423. 
Roman Britain and Roman army, by Eric 
Birley. Clas. Phil., 49:217-218. 

STEARNS, RAYMOND P., Professor 
Books 

The strenuous puritan: Hugh Peter, 1598- 
1660. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 

463 pp. 
Articles 

Fellows ot the Roval Society in North 
Africa and the Levent. 1662-1800. Notes 
and Records of the Royal Society of Lon- 
don. 11:75-90. 



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STEARNS, RAYMOND P., (continued) 
Reviews 

Seedtime of the republic, by Clinton Ros- 
siter. lP'»i. nud Mary Quart., 3d ser., 11: 
111-115. 
The NeA' EiiKl'i'id mind: from colony to 
province, by Perry Miller. Amer. Hist. 
Rev., 59:937-938. 

SUTTON, ROBERT M., Assistant Professor 

Reviews 

\'ictory rode the rails: the strategic place 
of the railroads in the Civil War, by 
George Edgar Turner. Amer. Hist. Rev., 
59:647-648. 

SWAIN, JOSEPH W., Professor 
Reviews 

L'Orient et la Grece antique, by Andre 
Aymard and Jeannine Auboyer. Amer. 
Hist. Rev., 59:905-906. 



HOME ECONOMICS 

BUTLER, LILLIAN C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With Agnes Fay Morgan 

Adrenal cholesterol, ascorbic acid and weight 
changes in the pyridoxine deficient adult 
male rat Proc. Soc. E.vp. Biol, ayid Med., 
86:264-267. 

Blood eosinophil levels in the young and 
adult pyridoxine-deficient rat. Proc. Soc. 
E.vf. Biol, and Med., 55:139-142. 

Leucocyte and thymus changes in pyridoxine- 
deficient voung and adult male rat. Proc. 
Soc. Exp'. Biol, and Med., 55:441-443. 

GOODYEAR, MARGARET R., Associate 

Professor 
Bool<s 

With Mildred C. Klohr 

Managing for effective living. John Wiley 
and Sons, N. Y., 344 pp. 

VAN DUYNE, FRANCES O., Professor 
Articles 

With Virginia R. Charles 

Palatability and retention of ascorbic acid 
of vegetables cooked in a tightly covered 
saucepan and in a "waterless" cooker. /. 
Home Econ., 46:659-662. 



HORTICULTURE 

ANDERSON, HARRY W., Professor 
Articles 

With Aiigelos V. Adam, Divight Powell 

The relationship between the timing of bac- 
tericidal applications and Xanthomonas 
pruni spring canker development on 
peaches. Phytopath., 44:502. 

BIRKLAND, CHARLES J., Professor 
Articles 

An apple improvement program. Trans. III. 
Hort. Soc., 57:88-95. 

CULBERT, JOHN R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

The effect of alternate long and short days on 
the bloom date and flower production of 
chrysanthemums. ///. State Florists' Assn. 
Bui, 154:\-3. 



With B. L. Weaver, W. A. Huelsen, 
L. A. Somers, G. M. Rosier 
An Illinois Garden Guide, 1954 ed. Circ. 111. 
Coll. Agr. 522. 32 pp. 

FOSLER, GAIL M., Instructor 
Articles 

Neantha 15ella. ///. State Florists' Assn. BuL, 

15S:9-\\. 
Fatshedera lizei — the tree ivy. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. BuL, 154:7-9. 
Two of the new philodendrons. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. BuL, 155:6-7. 
Schefflera actinophylla — Australian umbrella 

tree. ///. State Folrists' Assn. BuL, 157: 

5-6. 
Selected list of films on horticultural subjects. 

///. State Florists' Assn. BuL, 157:7-8. 
Helxine soleiroli — baby's tears. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. BuL, i55: 10-11. 

GOTTLIEB, DAVID, Professor 
Articles 

Antibiotics and plant protection. Plant Pro- 
tection BuL, 3:1-3. 

With Marvin Legator 

Biosynthesis of chloramphenicol. Bact. Proc. 
Soc. Amer. Bact. 25, 1954. 

With Herbert E. Carter, Carl P. Schaffner 
Lenomycin I. Isolation and chemical studies. 
Arck. Biochem. and Biophys. 5j: 283-293. 

With H. E. Carter, Marvin Legator, Virginia 
Gallicchio 
The biosynthesis of chloramphenicol I. Pre- 
cursors stimulating the synthesis. J. Bact., 
65:243-251. 

HUELSEN, WALTER A., Professor 

Books 

Economic crops; Vol. IV. Sweet corn. In- 
terscience, N. Y. and Lend., 428 pp. 

Articles 

(17^/! W. P. Bemis 

Temperature of popper in relation to volu- 
metric expansion of popcorn. Food Tech. 
5,9:394-397. 

With B. L. Weaver, L. A. Somers, 
J. R. Culbert, G. M. Rosier 
An Illinois garden guide. 1954 ed. Circ. 
111. Coll. of Agr. 522. 32 pp. 

KAMP, JAMES R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

New ideas on greenhouse construction. Amer. 

Vegetable Grozccr, April. 
New, easy ways to build benches. Amer. 

Vegetable Grower, December. 
Euphorbia cuttings respond to strong hormone 

treatment. ///. State Florists' Assti. BuL, 

153:9. 
Anti-auxins on carnations. ///. State Florists' 

Assn. BuL 15S:l\-i2. 
We now hold it down like this. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. BuL, i55: 11-12. 
Making the most of outdoor space. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. BuL, 158:3-7. 

With G. M. Rosier 

Daylilies for every garden. Circ. III. Coll. of 
Agr. 716. 64 pp. 

KELLY, VICTOR W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Up-to-date in chemical peach thinning. Trans. 
Ul. Hort. Soc, 57:95-101. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 37 



KEMMERER. HARLEIGH R., Instructor 
Articles 

Foundation plantings. Circ. III. Coll. of Agr. 
720. 15 pp. 
With Plant Materials Committee 

Trees, shrubs and woody vines for the home 
grounds. Circ. III. Coll. of Agr. 715. 
47 pp. 
With Keith H. Hinchcliff. L. B. Culver, 
L. R. Kyle 
Planning your farmstead. Circ. III. Coll. of 
Agr. 7S2. 15 pp. 

LINFORD, MAURICE B., Professor 
Articles 

African violet nematode problems. African 
I'iolet Magacine, 8:S-2\. 

With H. H. McKinney 

Occurrence of Polymyxa graminis in roots of 
small grains in the United States. Plant 
Dis. Reptr., 38,10:711-713. 

LINN, MAXSOX B., Professor 

Articles 

With P. M. Miller 

The efficacy ol fungicides in the control of 
certain genera of plant-iiathogenic fungi : a 
literature review. Plant Dis. Reptr. SuppL, 
226:54-71. 

LOTT, RICHARD V., Professor 
Articles 

An analysis of the problem of satisfactory 

maturity standards for Illinois apples. 

Trans. III. Hort. Sac. §7:101-108. 

McCOLLUM, JOHN P., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Effects of light on the formation of caroten- 
oids in tomato fruits. Food Research 19,2: 
182-189. 

With Hainced M. Farooqui 

Relation of morphological structure and de- 
velopment to seed coat rupture in beans 
(Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Proc. Amer. Soc. 
Hort. Sci. 6.':333-341. 

With Hussein H. Hassan 

Factors affecting the content of ascorbic acid 
in tomatoes. Bull. III. Agr. E.rp. Sta. 57S. 
24 pp. 

McDANIEL, JOSEPH C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The present status of apple and pear under- 
stocks. Trans. III. Hort. Soc. 57:45-54. 
Reviews 

Les Noyers indigenes et exotiques, by P. 
Peyre and E. Lancosme. Nov. Nut Uroiv. 
Assoc. Rept., 44 -.in. 

POWELL, DWICHT, Professor 
Articles 

An evaluation of copper 8-quinolinoIate as a 
fungicide against some pome fruit diseases. 
Plant Dis. Reptr.. j5,2:76-79. 
The effect of captan on gray mold rot inci- 
dence and yield of strawberry. Plant Dis. 
Reptr., J5,3:209-211. 
With S. C. Chandler 

Fruit diseases in 1953. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 

«7:32-33. 
An analysis of the Clean Apple Club inspec- 
tions for 1953. Trans. III. Hort. Soc. 87: 
193-197. 



With Angelas V. Adam, II. IV. Anderson 
The relationship between the timing of bac- 
tericidal application and Xanthomonas pruni 
spring canker development on peaches. 
Phytopath., 44 :iQ2. 

SIISIONS, ROV K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Weather summary — influence upon fruit pro- 
duction — 1953. Trans. III. Hort. Soc, 
57:30-31. 
Effects of moisture deficiencies upon fruit 
production in Illinois. Trans. III. Hort. 
Soc, 57:108-117. 
Mulch to save rain. Farm Journ., Nov., p. 
134. 

THORNBERRY, HALBERT H., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Preliminary report on insect transmission of 

eastern peach x-disease virus in Illinois. 

Plant Dis. Reptr., 55,6:412-413. 

With R. M. Takeshita 

Sugarbeet curly-top virus and curly-top dis- 
ease in Illinois and their relation to horse- 
radish brittle root. Plant Dis. Reptr., 38, 
1:3-5. 

TITUS, JOHN S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Trends in orchard soil fertility research. 

Tratis. III. Hort. Soc, 57:55-59. 
Apple. The American Peoples Encyclopedia, 
2:129 

WEAVER, BRAYTON L., Assistant Profes.sor 
Articles 

With W. A. Huelsen, L. A. Somers, 
J. R. Culbert, G. M. Fosler 
An Illinois Garden Guide, 1954 ed. Circ. III. 
Colt, of Ayr. 522. 32 pp. 

WEINARD, FREDERICK F., Professor 
Articles 

More on plastic greenhouses. ///. State 

Florists' Assn. But., 156:S. 
Krilium in grenhouse soils. ///. State Florists' 
Assn. Bui., 157:1-4. 
With J. W. Abcrnathie 

Is fluoridated water safe for use on plants? 
///. State Florists' Assn. Bill. 156:S-6. 

With H. R. Kemmerer 

How to have an attractive lawn. Circ III. 
Coll. of Agr. 729. 15 pp. 



JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS, 
SCHOOL OF 

BROWN, DONALD E., Associate Professor 

Books 

With John Paul Jones 

Radio and television news. Rinehart and 
Company, Inc., N. Y., 472 pp. 
Articles 

Major Illinois officials, newsmen take part in 
freedom clinic. RTNDA Bull., 5:3. 
Reviews 

The press and America, by Edwin Emery and 
Henry Ladd Smith. High School Journal- 
ist, 32:2. 



38 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



>rcCLURE, LESLIE W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Mounting production costs: tlie newspaper's 
dilemma. Journ. Quart., .''7,3:304-310. 

PETERSON, THEODORE B., Instructor 
Articles 

The social functions of the press. Pp. 30-53, 
in iMass Media and Ed.ication, ed. by Nel- 
son B. Henry. University of Chicago Press. 

SIEBERT, FREDRICK S., Professor and 

Director of School 
Articles 

The role of mass communication in American 

society. Pp. 13-29 in Mass Media and 

Education, ed. by Nelson B. Henry. Uiti- 

versity of Chicago Press. 

SKORNIA, HARRY J., Lecturer 

Radio's role in the television age^ Educational 
Television Nezvs (National Citizens Com- 
mittee for Educational TV), Oct. 1, p. 3. 

Must radio's functions be completely taken 
over by TV ? Fenischen Magasine, Ham- 
burg. 8, 9:465-468. 

LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, 
INSTITUTE OF 

CHAL.MEKS, W. ELLISON, Professor 

Boolts 

With Margaret K. Chandler, Louis L. McQuitty, 
Ross Stagner, Donald E. Wray, Milton 
Berber 
Labor-management relations in lUini City, 
Vol. 2, Explorations in Comjiarative Anal- 
ysis. Univ. 111. Instil. Labor and Ind. Rel., 
662 pp. 

DERBER, MILTON, Professor 

Books 

With W. Ellison Chalmers, Margaret K. Chand- 
ler, Louis L. McQuitty, Ross Stagner, 
Donald E. Wray 
Labor-management relations in Illini City. 
Vol. 2, Explorations in Comparative Anal- 
ysis. Univ. 111. Instit. Labor and Ind. Rel., 
662 pp. 

Articles 

Labor-management relations in Illini City. 
Monthly Labor Rev., 77:4. 

EDELMAN, MURRAY J., Associate Professor 
Books 

National economic planning by collective bar- 
gaining: the formatio.i of Austrian _ wage, 
price, and tax policy after World War II. 
Univ. 111. Ins.it. Labor and Ind. Rel., 
78 pp. 
Articles 

Labor's influence in foreign policv, Labor 
Laiv J., 5:323-329. 

The Austrian wage-price agreements. Monthlx 
Labor Rev., 77:629-634. 

KARSH, BERNARD, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Jack London 

The coal miners: a study of union control. 
Quart. J. Econ., 65:415-430. 

Reviews 

Unity and diversity in European labor: an 
introduction to contemporary labor move- 
ments, by Adolph Sturmthal. .4mer. J. Soc, 
6(1:209,-209. 



LEVINE, SOLOMON B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Prospects of Japanese labor. Far Eastern 

Surz'ey, May and July, 1954. 
Impressions of Japanese labor relatiotis (trans- 
lated into Japanese). Romu Kcnkyii, 7, 7: 
2-7. 
Influential labor scholars in the United States. 
Keiesha, S, 10:47-51. 
Reviews 

The great seduction, by Richard L-G. Dever- 
all. Pacific Affairs, 27,2:179-180. 

Mcpherson, WILLIAM H., Professor 
Books 

With others 

Wege zum sozialen Frieden. Ring-Verlag, 
Stuttgart and Diisseldorf. 315 pp. 
Articles 

Basic issues in German labor court structure. 
Labor Laiv J., 5:439-452. 

ROSEN, HJALMAR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Dual allegiance: a critique and a proposed 
approach. Personnel Psychol., 7:67-71. 

With Ruth Alice Hudson 

Union political action: the member speaks. 
Industrial and Labor Relations Rev., 7:404- 
418. 

ROSEN, R. A. HUDSON, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

ll'ith Hjalmar Rosen 

Union political action: the member speaks. 

Industrial and Labor Relations Rev., 7 : 

404-418. 

STAGNER, ROSS, Professor 
See Psychology. 

WILCOCK, RICHARD C, Assistant Professor 
Books 

The Illinois economy, 1940-1960: with einpha- 
sis on patterns of employment and unem- 
ployment. Monograph I in Financing Un- 
employment Compensation in Illinois, Illi- 
nois Department of Labor, Oct., 1953, 
Part II, pp. 1-110. 
Articles 

New firms and the labor supply in small com- 
munities. Current Econ. Comment, pp. 3- 
15. 



LAW, COLLEGE OF 

CARLSTON, KENNETH S., Professor 
Articles 

Tests and evidence of monopoly under the 
Sherman act: a restatement. Lectures on 
Antitrust Law, Ann Arbor, Mich., pp. 16- 
29. 

Restitution — a search for a pholosophy. /. 
Legal Educ, 6:330. 

Draft convention on arbitral procedure of the 
International Law Commission. Am. J. Int. 
Lazv, 48:296-299. 

Equality of access to the basic social institu- 
tions of society as a goal of the democratic 
state. /. Publ. Laic, 3:71-73. 

International arbitral procedure. Arb. J., 9: 
83-88. 



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DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 39 



CLEARV, EDWARD W.. Professor 
Books 

Supplement to Cleary's cases on pleading. 

West Publ. Co., St.' Paul, Minn., 95 pp. 
Tentative tinal draft of proposed amendments 
to Illinois civil practice act and rules of the 
supreme court, with explanatory tox: (as 
reporter for joint committee on Illinois civil 
procedure). Burdette Smith Co., Chicago, 
292 pp. 
Reviews 

The art of advocacy, by Llovd Paul Stryker. 
Am. Bar Assn. J., 40:692.' 

COHX, RUBIN G., Professor 
Books 

With others 

Chicago's government — report of Chicago 
home rule conmiission, Rand McNally & 
Co., Hammond. Ind., 73 pp. (Also pub- 
lished under title: Modernizing a city gov- 
ernment. University of Chicago Press.) 
Articles 

What every lawyer should know about the 
statute on statutes. ///. Bar J., 4.^:16-21. 

CRIBBET, JOHN E., Professor 
Books 

Cases and materials on judicial remedies. 
West Publ. Co., St. Paul, Minn, 762 pp. 

FALETTI, RICHARD J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An irrevocable will — the square circle. ///. 
Bar J., 42:892-894. 

State control of the trucking industry — the 
new motor carriers of property act. Part I, 
///. Bar J., 42:264-273; Part II, ///. Bar J., 
42:33b-34i. 

Why a contract? Water Well I., March- 
April, pp. 8-16. 
Reviews 

Handbook of the law of wills and other prin- 
ciples of succession, including intestacy and 
administration of decedent's estates, by 
Thomas E. Atkinson. /. Legal Edjic, 7 : 
105-110. 

HARXO, ALBERT J., Professor and Dean of 

College 
Articles 

What is an approved school? Bar Exam., 2S: 

70-81. 
The law student's path and its hurdles. 
Temple L. Q., 27:392-397. 

SCHNEBLY, MERRILL I., Professor 
Articles 

Supplement to Part 26 of American law of 

property. Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 

Mass., 10 pp. 

SUMMERS, WALTER L., Professor 

Books 

The law of oil and gas, vols. 1 and la (re- 
vision of vol. I). Vernon Law Book Co., 
Kansas City, Mo., 961 pp. 
Pocket part supplement to Summers on oil 
and gas. 10 vols. Vernon Law Book Co., 
Kansas City, Mo., 1377 pp. 

Articles 

Equitable relief from termination of oil and 
gas leases for failure of the lessee to 
meet requirements of the drilling and delay 
rental clauses. Soiithiu. Legal Found. 5th 
Annual Inst, on Oil and Gas Lau- and 
Taxation, 3:1-23. 



WEISKiER, (".EORGE B., Professor 
Reviews 

Morris on torts, by Clarence Morris. Wash. 
Univ. Lazi.' Q., 1954:3^8-370. 

YOUNG, J. NELSON, Profes.sor 
Articles 

Tax aspects of property settlements and ali- 
mony in divorce. ///. Bar /., -^2:441-452. 
Estate and Ljift tax changes under the In- 
ternal Revenue Code of 1954. Trusts and 
E.'ttates, 9j:858-863. 

LIBRARY AND LIBRARY SCHOOL 

ALLEN, JOSEPH, Assistant Professor 
See, Music, School of. 

BROWN. D. A., Associate Professor 
Books 

Grierson's Raid; a cavalry adventure of the 

Civil W^ar. University of Illinois Press, 

LTrbana. 261pp. 

DAVIES, BERNITA J., Associate Professor 

Books 

IVith Francis J. Rooney 

Research in Illinois law. Oceana Publica- 
tions, N. Y., 72pp. 

Articles 

Comments on Dean Lester E. Asheim's pro- 
posed program of preparation for law li- 
brarianship. Chicago Association of Law 
Libraries. Proc, Worksho[' on Law Li- 
brary Problems, pp. 44-49. 
Reviews 

Legal education in the LInited Stales, by 
Albert J. Harno, and Libraries of the legal 
profession, by William R. Roalfe. Law 
Lib. J., 47:51-56. 

DOWNS, ROBERT B., Professor and Director 

of Library and Library School 
Articles 

Are college and university librarians aca- 
demic? College and Research Libraries, 
15:9-\4. 

Problems of bibliographical control. Library 
Trends, 2:498-508. 

A realistic look at library cooperation. Bibli- 
ographical Center for Research bulletin, 
No. 11, 11pp. 

The library's place in today's university. 
ALA bulletin, 45:502-506. 

Are books obsolete? Library J., 79:2269- 
2273. 

Current university and college library trends. 
Mo. Lib. Assn. Quart., 15:65-71. 

EATON, THELMA, Associate Professor 
Books 

Introduction a la catalogacion y clasificacion 
trans, by Isaura Elena Salazar. Jorge 
(jallarado, Panama, R.P., 164pp. 
Article: 

Who is a good library school teacher ? Im- 
proving College and Universitv Teaching, 
2:26-27. 
Selecting a cataloger. ///. Lib. Assn. Record, 

8:1-3. 
Techniques of teaching library science. Pea^ 

body J. Educ, J2: 99- 108. 
A cataloging and classification aptitude test, 
mini Union Bookstore, Champaign, Illi- 
nois. 4pp. 
With Ann Campo 

A catalogue of film strips and slides illustrat- 
ing the development of the book. Illini 
TJnion Bookstore, Champaign, Illinois. 53 
pp. 



40 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



HARMAN, MARIAN, Associate Professor 
Books 

With A. H. Trotter 

Doctoral dissertations accepted by American 
universities, 19S3-1954. Number 21. Com- 
piled for the Association of Research Li- 
braries. H. \V. Wilson, N. Y., 312 pp. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM VERNON, Assistant 

Professor 
Books 

With William A. McKnight ct al. 

Bibliography of contemporary Spanish liter- 
ature, No. 1, 1953. Chapei Hill, N. C. 
Articles 

The interpretation of public services. Librarv 
Trend <:, o: 188-201. 

JENKINS, FRANCES B., Associate Professor 
Books 

Science reference sources. University of 

Illinois Stenographic Service, Urbana, 

Illinois, 90pp. 
Reviews 

Whither education for medical librarians? 

by Estelle Brodman. Med. Lib. Assoc. 

Bull., 42:S19. 

LANCOUR, HAROLD, Professor 
Articles 

Periodicals in the U. S. information service 

libraries — Serial Slants, 5:4-11. 
Specialization in library education. ALA 
Bulletin, -/S: 132-3. 

McLARTY, VIVIAN K., Assistant 
Articles 

Letters of William H. H. Gist. A volunteer 
from Weston, Mo., in the war with Mex- 
ico. Missouri Hist. Rev., 48:237-248. 
With Eugenia Learned James 

Three generations in the span of a continent. 
Missouri Hist. Rev., 48:249-263. 

RANZ, JAMES, Instructor 
Reviev/s 
Libri. College and Research Libraries, 15: 
117. 

STONE, C. WALTER, Associate Professor 
Educational films in Illinois. Illinois Library 
Association, Urbana, Illinois, 1953. 203pp. 

With Ronald C. Tollafield, Constance C. 
Janssen 

Using audio-visual materials and equipment. 
Univ. 111. Library School, April, 1953. 
65pp. 
Articles 

A-V training at the University of Illinois 
Library School. Proceedings of a pre- 
conference workshop on audio-visual ma- 
terials and library education, Chicago 
(ALA), Illinois. 

Free channels. Library J., 79:392-5. 

The place of newer media in the undergrad- 
uate program. Library Quart., 24:358-373. 

Planning a summer institute for librarians- 
in-service. Occasional Papers, 33, April, 
1953. 

STROUT, DONALD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Librarians — supply short — salaries strong 
1955. Library J., ZJ^: 1016-1021. 



TROTIER, ARNOLD H., Professor 

Books 

With Marian Harman 

Doctoral dissertations accepted by American 
universities, 1953-1954. Number 21. Com- 
piled for the Association of Research Li- 
braries, H. W. Wilson Company, N. Y., 
312pp. 

WOODS, BILL M., Instructor 
Articles 

Course for Polish map librarians. Bulletin 
Geography and Map Division, Special Li- 
braries Assn., i5: 12-13. 
Map information reference service. Special 

Libraries, 45:103-106. 
Maps on the campus. III. Libraries, 36:159- 
161. 



MANAGEMENT 

HENNING, DALE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Plannlegingens Teoretisk Fundaments. Tek- 

stiltcdeni (Oslo, Norway), Dec, 1954. 
Wage stabilization, 1950-53: an evaluation. 
Cxirre.it Econ. Comment, 16, 3:22-36. 



MARKETING 

BEACH. FRANK H., Professor 
Books 

With F. A. Russell 

Textbook of salesmanship, 5th ed. McGraw- 
Hill Book Company, N. Y., 548 pp. 

Teachers' manual, 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill 
Book Companq, N. Y., 97 pp. 

Student's workbook, 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill 
Book Company, N. Y., 82pp. 

Key to student's workbook, 3rd ed. McGraw- 
Hill Book Company, N. Y., 22 pp. 

Training yourself. American Mutual Alli- 
ance, Chicago, 55pp. 

Articles 

Playing your sales game professionally. 

Plumbing and Heating, July, pp. 52-54. 
The first fundamental — Selling yourself. 

Plumbing and Heating, Aug., pp. 66-68, 

146-147. 
Know your product. Plumbing and Heating, 

Sept., pp. 92-94, 152-153. 
Know your prospect. Plumbing and Heating, 

Oct., pp. 72-76. 
Prospecting — the first step in the sale. 

Plumbing and Heating, Nov., pp. 70-75. 
How to prepare for the interview. Plumbing 

and Heating, Dec, pp. 54-58. 
Reviews 
Case problems in creative salesmanship, by 

Kenneth B. Haas. /. Mktg., April, pp. 

441-444. 
How to find and qualify prospects and get 
interviews, by Charles B. Roth. /. Mktg., 

Oct., pp. 217-218. 

COLE, ROBERT H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

What happens to the advertising budget 
when TV is added Current Econ. Com- 
ment, 16, 1:16-22. 

The typical savings and loan association using 
TV advertising. ///. Reporter, March, p. 4. 

Television advertising by retail stores. Busi- 
ness Service Btilletin No. 53, U. S. De- 
partment of Commerce, pp. 1-5. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 41 



With Professor P. D. Converse 
The chains as a lesson in marketing. The 
i'carbook of Agriculture, pp. 67-70. 

CONVERSE, P. D., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

The other half of marketing, 26th Boston 
Conference on Distribution, 1954, pp. 22- 
25. 

With Lynn H. Stiles 
A note on self-service drug distribution. Cur- 
rent Econ. Comment, 16, 1:53-63. 
With Robert H. Cole 

The chains as a lesson in marketing. 
U.S.D.A. Yearbook, 1954, pp. 67-70. 

HUEGY, HARVEY W., Professor 
Books 

Editor, The role and nature of competition 
in our marketing economy. Univ. III. 
Econ. Bus. Res., 60pp. 
Articles 
With Robert S. Hancock 

Consumer credit — analysis and decision. 
Stipes Publishing Co., Champaign, 111., 
20 pp. 
Reviews 

Price practices and price policies, by Jules 
Bachman. /. Mktg., Jan., 1954, pp. 322- 
ZZi. 

JONES, FRED M., Professor 

Articles 

The development of marketing channels in 
the United States to 1920. Pp. 35-64 in 
Marketing Channels for Manufactured 
Products, ed. by Richard M. Clewett. 
Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Homewood, 111. 

MILLICAN, RICHARD D., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Price variability of non-branded food items 
among food stores in Champaign-Urbana. 
/. Mktg.. 18:282-284. 

WALES, HUGH G., Professor 
Books 

With Donald F. Blankerts, Robert Berber 
Cases and problems in marketing research. 
The Ronald Press Company, N. Y., 339 
pp. 
Reviews 

Annual marketing research conference. May 
8-9, 1953, ed. by D. R. G. Cowan. /. 
:^lktg., i9: 108-109. 

WEDDNG, NUGENT, Associate Profes.sor 
Articles 

What advertising agencies think of direct 
mail from media! Printers' Ink, Sept. 10, 
1954, p. 52. 
Full covers sell more magazines. Amer. 
Druggist, Nov. 8, 1954, p. 71. 
With Carroll J. Swan 
New antidote for magazines big headache. 
Printers' Ink, Oct. 22, 1954, p. 48. 



MATHEMATICS 

BAER, REINHOLD, Professor 
Articles 

Das Hyperzentrum einer Gruppe. IV. 

Archiv der Mathematik, 5:55-59. 
Direkte Faktoren endlicher Gruppen. Jour- 
nal fUr die reine und angewandte Mathe- 
matik, 192:167-179. 



DOOB, JOSEPH L., Professor 
Articles 

Appendix I, pp. 245-251 in Limit distribu- 
tions for sums of independent random 
variables, by B. B. V. Gnedetiko and 
A. X. Kolmogorov. 
Pp. 319-337 in Noise and stochastic processes 
(selected papers), ed. by Nelson Wax. 
Dover Publications, N. Y. 
Semimartingales and subharmonic functions. 
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 77:86-121. 

HELLER, ALEX, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Homological resolutions of complexes with 
operators. Ann. of Math., (50:283-303. 

HOCHSCHILD, GERHARD P., Professor 
Articles 

Representations of restricted lie algebras of 
characteristic p. Pvoc. Amer. Math. Soc, 

Cohomology of restricted lie algebras. Amer 
J. Math., 76. 

Lie algebra kernels and cohomology. Amer. 

I. Math., 76. 
Cohomology classes of finite type and finite 

dimensional kernels for lie algebras. Amer 

I. Math., 76. 

LANGEBARTEL, RAY G., Assistant 
Professor 

Reviews 

Celestial mechanics, by W. Smart. Math 
Rev., J5:903. 

MADOW, WILLIAM G., Professor 
Books 

With Morris H. Hansen, William N. Htirwitc 

Sample survey methods and theory, 2 vols. 

John Wiley and Sons, Inc., N.Y., 970 pp. 

With R. R. Bush, Harvard Raiffa, R. M. Thrall 

Mathematics for social scientists. Amer. 

Math. Monthly, 67:550-561. 

SCOTT, EDWARD T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Wave propagation in a visco-elastic medium. 
Quart. Applied Math., i2,3: 300-305. 
Reviews 

On certain integrals involving hypergeometric 
functions, by B. N. Bose. App. Mech. 
Reviews, 7:3. 



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHAO, B. T., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With K. J. Trigger 

Discussion: Distribution of shear-zone heat 

in metal cutting, by W. Leone. Trans. 

Amer. Soc. Mech. Eng., 76:125. 
Discussion: On the analysis of cutting tool 

temperatures, by E. Loewen and M. C. 

Shaw. Trans. Amer. Soc. Mech. Eng., 76: 

226. 

FAHNESTOCK, MAURICE K., Research 
Professor 

Articles 

With Ford K. Hick, Tohru Inouye 

Learning the why and how of comfort. /. 
Amer. Soc. Refriy. Engineers, Refrigerat- 
ing Engineering, 7:48-51. 
Things we need to know about air condition- 
ing and environmental physiological re- 
search. ASHVE, Journal Section of Heat- 
ing, Piping and Air Conditioning, 26:134. 



42 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



GILKEY, HERBERT T., Research Associate 

Articles 

With n. R. Bahnflcth, C. F. Chen 

Cooling a small residence using a perimeter- 
loop duct system. ASHl'E Journal Section 
of Heating, Pipint/, and Air Conditioning, 
2(5,2:111-121. 

Reviews 
Operating cost of residential cooling equip- 
ment, by S. F. Oilman, L. A. Hall, and 
E. P. Palmatier. ASHl'E Journal Section 
of Heating, Piping, and Air Conditionina, 
2(5,9:158. 

HARRIS, WARREN S., Research Professor 
Articles 

Effect of high design water temperature on 
seasonal fuel consumption. Heatinq and 
rentUating, 5i,S : 1 1 1-1 12. 
New developments in hot water heating, 
American Builder, Dec. 1953, pp. 106- 
111: Jan. 1954, pp. 322-328; Feb. 1954, 
pp. 142-149. 
With E. L. Sartain 

Heat flow characteristics of hot water floor 
panels. ASHVE Journal Section, Heating, 
Piping and Air Conditioning, 2(5,1:183-191. 
With P. J. Waibler 

Cooling studies in a research home. ASHVE 
Journal Section, Heating, Piping and Air 
Conditioning, 2(5,6:149-156. 

HEBRANK, EUGENE F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Results of an investigation of automatic stor- 
age type domestic water heaters. Proceed- 
ings of A.G.A. Research and Utilisation 
Conf. June 2 and 3, 1954. 
Efficiencies and recovery rates established in 
competitive water heater tests. Gas, 30,8: 
53-54. 

KONZO, SEICHI, Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Roose, N. A. Buckley 

Outdoor air supply and ventilation of furnace 
closet used with a warm-air heating system. 
Univ. of ni. Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. 427. 
49 pages. 

With H. T. Gilkey, W. F. Stoecker 

Effects of weather conditions on cooling unit 
operation in a residence. ASHVE Journal 
Section, Heating, Piping, and Air Condi- 
tioning, 2(5,12:113-120. 

KORST, HELMUT H., Professor 
Articles 

Auflosung eines ebenen Freistrahlrandes bei 
Beriicksichtigung der ursprfinglichen Grenz- 
schichtstromung. Osterreichisches Ingeni- 
cur Archiv, 5,2-3:152-157. 

Comments on The Effect of Boundary Layer 
on Sonic Flow Through an Abrupt Cross- 
Sectional Area Change. /. Aero. Sci., 21: 
568-569. 
Reviews 

Temperature effectiveness of heat exchangers 
with regard to heat conduction in longitu- 
denal direction, Part II (in German), by 
H. W. Hahnemann. AMR, «, 1:40-41. 

MILES, JOHN C, Professor 
Books 

With W. H. Severns, H. E. Degler 

Steam air and gas power, 5th ed. John Wiley 
and Sons, Inc., N. Y., 502 pp. 



PIGAGE, LEO C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Mechanics of work simplification in packag- 
ing materials handling, Proc. S.I.P.M.H.E., 
Sept. 1954. 
With I. L. Rcis 

The incompatibility of predetermined time 
systems. ASME Paper No. 54-F-5, Mil- 
waukee. 

REIS. IRVIN L., Lecturer 
Articles 

Where does the materials handling factor 
enter your job? S.I.P.M.H.E. Preprint, 
Sept., 1954. 
The philosophy of work simplification, 
S.I.P.M.H.E. Preprint, Sept., 1954. 
With L. C. Pigage 

The incompstibility of predetermined time 
systems, ASME Paper No. 54-F-5. 
With K. J. Trigger 

Production engineering — an engineering ed- 
ucation, ASME Paper No. 43-SA-15. 

SARTAIN, EVERETT L., Research Associate 

Articles 

With Warren S. Harris 

Heat flow characteristics of hot water floor 
panels. ASHVE Journal Section, Heating, 
Piping and Air Conditioning, 2(5,1:183-191. 

SEVERNS, WILLIAM H., Professor 
Books 

With H. E. Degler, John C. Miles 

Steam, air, and gas power, 5th ed. John 
Wiley and Sons, Inc., N. Y. 502 pp. 

TRIGGER, KENNETH J., Professor 
Articles 

Thermal number measures efficiency of metal 
cutting. Amer. Machinist, 95:145-152. 
Reviews 
With B. T. Chao 

Distribution of shear-zone heat in metal cut- 
ting, by W. C. Leone. Trans. Amer. Soc. 
Mech. Eng., 76:125. 



MINING AND METALLURGICAL 
ENGINEERING 

BALLUFFI, ROBERT W., Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The supersaturation and precipitation of va- 
cancies during diffusion. Acta Met., 2: 
194-202. 
With L. L. Sciglc 

Diffusion in bim.etal vapor-solid couples. /. 
Appl. Phys., 25:607-614. 
IVith L. L. Seiglc 

Conditions for porosity formation during dif- 
fusion. /. Appl. Phys., 25:1380-1382. 

BECK, PAUL A., Research Professor 
Articles 

Annealing of cold worked metals, by Paul 
A. Beck Advances in Phvsics, (Phil. Mag. 
Sup.), j:245-324. 
With Peter Greenfield 

The sigma phase in binary alloys. Trans. 
AIME, 200:253-257. 
IVith Peter Greenfield 

A correction to "The sigma phase in binary 
alloys," Trans. AIME, 200:758. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 43 



With A. 11. Lutts 

Annealing of a cold rolled Al single crystal. 
Trans. AIME, 200:257-261. 

METZGER, MARVIN, Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With J. hitratcr 

Sub-prain boundary corrosion in high-purity 

alumiiuim. Xaturc, i/V: 547-549. 
Intergranular corrosion of high-purity alumi- 
num in hydrochloric acid. I. — Effects of 
heat treatment, iron content, and acid com- 
position. XACA TX 3281, 45 pp. 

OTTE, HENRY M., Research Associate 
Articles 

Transformation in a titanium-chromium alloy. 
Nature, 174:506. 

Faulting in austenite. Acta Met., 2:349-352. 

VOSKUIL, WALTER H., Professor 
Articles 

Resources for the future. ///. Bus. Rev., 
p. 8,9. 

WRIGHT. FREDERICK D., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Ji'arrcn Hastings, F. J. Kane 

Methods and costs of sinking a shaft through 
a fractured, water-bearing formation at 
Friedensville, Pa. USBM Inf. Circ. 76S0, 
pp. 1-18. 

WERT, CHARLES A., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Precipitation out of dual solid-solutions of 
carbon and nitrogen in alpha-iron. Acta 
Met., 2:361-367. 

With C. Y. Ang 

A torsional pendulum of low thermal inertia. 
J. A. P., 25:1061. 

WITHERSPOON, PAUL A., Lecturer 
Articles 

Water flooding will recover 800 million addi- 
tional barrels of oil. Petro. Eng., Apr., 
1954, pp. B-40 through B-52. 
Filter cake formation and water losses in 
deep drilling muds, by Wolf von Engel- 
hardt translated from German, ///. State 
Geol. Sur. Cir. No. 191. 

With EdvL-in G. Jackson and others 

Summary of water flood operations in Illinois 
oli pools during 1953. ///. State Geol. Sur. 
Cir. No. 193. 



MUSIC, SCHOOL OF 

ALLEN, JAY, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Handbuch der chormusik, by Reich Valentin. 
Choral and Organ Guide, 7:18,21. 

BERGETHON, BJORNAR, Professor 

Books 

With Robert E. Nye 

Basic music for classroom teachers. Prentice- 
Hall, New York. 134 pp. 

BINKERD, GORDON, Associate Professor 
Recordings 
Sun singer. 



FLETCHER, STANLEY, Professor 

Articles 

With Marian Fletcher 

A singing story. Monthly music feature 

page in Highlights for Children, Columbus, 

Ohio 

KAPLAN, MAX, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The so:ial role of tlic amateur. l/iniV Educ. 

J., Feb.-Mar., 1954, pp. 26-28. 
Music in prisons. /. Crim. Law, Crim. and 
Pol. Sci., 44,5:631-632. 
With G. Zansig, John Kcndel, A. Lewis, 
S. Frieswyk 
Chapter on Music, in The Recreation Pro- 
gram Book. Athletic Institute, Chicago. 

KELLY. ROBERT, Associate Professor 
Recordings 

Patterns, for soprano and orchestra. 

Concertino, for band. 

KUHX, WOLFGANG, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Make your own audio-visual aid. Music 

Educ. J., 40,1:35. 
Trends in phonographs. Music Educ. J., 40, 

3:37. 

KUYPERS, JOHN, Professor 
Articles 

Music of the West and classical music of 
India. Visvabharati Quar., 19,4:272-284. 

LEON HARD, CHARLES, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Understanding music, by William S. New- 
man. J. Res. Mtis. Educ, 2:77-79. 
Music education in action, by Russel V. 
Morgan and Hazel N. Morgan. /. Res. 
Mus. Educ, 2:188-189. 

PALISCA, CLAUDE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Girolamo Mei: mentor to the Florentine 
Camerata. Mus. Quar., 40:1-20. 

Musica Rescrvata and Osservata: a critical 
review. J. Amcr. Mus. Soc, 7:168-169. 
Reviews 

Benjamin Britten, a commentary on his 
works from a group of specialists, by 
Donald Mitchell and Hans Keller; The 
life and music of Bela Bartok, by Halsey 
Stevens. /. Amer. Mus. Soc, 7:154-157. 

PL'SlMENAC, DRAGA-N, Visiting Lecturer 
Articles 

An unknown composition by Dufay? Mus. 

Quar., 40:190-200; Revue beige de Musi- 

cologie, 8:75-83. 
The "second" chansonnier of the Biblioteca 

Riccadiana. Annates Musicoloqiques, 2: 105- 

187. 
Faenza, Codex 117. Musik in Gesch, und 

Gcgemu., 5:1709-1714. 
Reviews 
Annales Musicologiquies. Notes, i/:301-303. 
Anthologie de la chansom parisienne au 16" 

siecle, Francois Lesure, ed. Notes, 11:431- 

433. 

WARD, JOHN M., Associate Professor 
Books 

The Dublin virginal manuscript. Wellesley 
College. 55 pp. 
Reviews 

Franci.sco Correa de Arauxo, Facultad Or- 
ganica, vol. 2, ed. by Santiago Kastner. 
Mus. Quar., 40:244-247. 



44 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 

HOFFMEISTER, DONALD F., Curator 
See Zoology. 

NONACADEMIC PERSONNEL 

DICKASON, DONALD E., Director 
Articles 

Personnel administration on the campus. 
Univ. 111. Stenographic Serv. 25 pp. 

HARTZ, ROBERT E., Assistant Director 

Articles 

Labor problems should be thought out, not 
fought out. College and University Busi- 
ness, Aug. 1954, pp. 30, 3L 

PHILOSOPHY 

FISCH, MAX H., Professor 
Articles 

Alexander Bain and the genealogy of prag- 
matism. /. Hist. Ideas, i5: 4 13-444. 
Reviews 

Anglo-Saxon magic and medicine, by J. H. G. 
Grattan and Charles Singer. /. Hist. 
Med., 9:252-253. 
A history of science: ancient science through 
the golden age of Greece, by George Sar- 
ton. Bull. Hist. Med., 25:280-287. 
The American temper: patterns of our intel- 
lectual heritage, by Richard D. Mosier. 
/. Phil., 5i: 445-446. 

GOTSHALK, D. W., Professor and Chairman 

of Department 
Articles 

Needed for liberalism: a new metaphysics 
and a new program. Antioch Reviezc, 14: 
55-64. 
Aesthetic expression. /. Aesthetics and Art 
Criticism, Jj:80-86. 

KUBITZ, O. A., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The making of the Mexican mind, by Patrick 

Romanell. Phil. Rev., 6j: 299-301. 
El hombre en la encrucijada, by Jose Fer- 
rator Mora. Phil. Rev., 63:461. 

LINSKY, LEONARD, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Professor Donald Williams on Aristotle. 

Phil. Rev., 6J: 250-252. 
On understanding philosophical writings. 
Phil. Phenomenological Res., 15:222-229. 

SHWAYDER, DAVID S., Instructor 
Articles 

Some remarks on "synonymity" and the lan- 
guage of semanticists. Phil. Studies, 5:1-5. 
Mr. Aldrich's "Last Word." Phil. Studies, 
5:62-64. 

TURQUETTE, ATWELL R., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Many-valued logics and systems of strict im- 
plication. Phil. Rev., (5i:365-379. 
Reviews 

Kontrolliertes Denken, Untersuchungen zum 
Logikkalkul und zur Logik der Einzehvis- 
senschaften, edited by Albert Menne, Alex- 
ander Wilhelmy, and Helmut Angstl. /. 
Symb. Logic, JS: 329-331. 



Actes du Xleme Congres International de 
Philosophie, Volume V, Logique, analyse 
philosophique, philosophie des mathema- 
tiques, articles by Gotthard Gunther, Uuno 
Saarnio, Raili Kauppi, and Gerhard Frey. 
/. Symb. Logic, i9: 131-132. 

The logical parallax, by Gotthard Gunther. 
/. Symb. Logic, 19:U\. 

WILL, FREDERICK L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Kneale's theories of probability and induc- 
tion. Phil. Rev., (55:19-42. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN 

BOYS, FLOYD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With Paul K. Hudson, Jerome E. Williams 
A new flux-disc ergometer. Exp. Med. and 
Surg. Basel, Switzerland, ii:248-257. 

BRIGHTBILL, CHARLES K., Professor 
Boolcs 

With others 

The recreation program. Athletic Institute, 
Chicago, 312 pp. 
Articles 

What the American recreation society means 
to the worker in the field. Amer. Rec. 
Soc. Ouar., (5:10-12. 

Recreation in the contemporary scene. North 
Carolina Rec. Comm. Bull., 11:12-\S. 

Hospital recreation. Intercom. National 
Amer. Red Cross, i5: 1-4. 

The auxiliary and volunteer organizations. 
Information Bulletin. Special Services, 
Department of Medicine and Surgery, Vet- 
erans Administration, .ZB: 10-64. 

Working together. 8th Annual Report. Gov- 
ernor's Conference on Recreation, Indiana 
Economic Council, Special Issue 1-7. 

Building healthy personalities through recre- 
ation. Digest. Nat. Cong. Parents and 
Teachers, special issue, pp. 86-88. 

Recreation. Social Work Year Book, 12:439- 
448. 

Games. Compton's Enclyclopedia, 1954 revi- 
sion. 

Parks and playgrounds. Compton's Enclyclo- 
pedia, 1954 revision. 

Recreation. World Scope Enclyclopedia, 1954 
revision. 

CURETON, THOMAS K., JR., Professor 
Articles 

Physical fitness and the sedentary worker. 
///. Cert. Pub. Accountant, 16:28-36. 

Comparison of fifty-two middle aged former 
athletic champions with some 400 middle- 
aged men and with normal young men. 
Proc. AAHPER, pp. 117-118. 

Comparison of 55 middle-aged former athletic 
champions with some 400 middle-aged men 
and with normal young men. Amer. J. 
Phys. Anthrop., 12:294. 

The contribution of swimming to physical 
fitness. Beach and Pool, 25: June 18-19; 
Part II, July, 16-17; Part III, August, 
17-18; Part IV, September, 16-17. 

Exercise, wheat germ oil for middle aged 
men. Science News Letter, 66:216. 

Preservation of the middle aged man. J. 
Phys. Educ, 52:27-29. 

Effect of wheat germ oil and Vitamin E on 
normal human subjects in physical training 
programs. Amer. J. Physiol., 179,3:628. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 45 



With Julian Snyder, Percy Knautli 

The tip that leii Bannister to victory. Sports 
Illustrated, 1:6-9. 

FLORIO, A. E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Report of the child and school safety com- 
mittee. Educational Press Bull., Dec, 
1954, pp. 20-23. 

IVith others 

Instructor's guide for a hunter safety course. 
National Rifle Association of America, 
Washington, D. C, 1953. 15 pp. 

The national rifle association hunter's safety 
handbook. National Rifle Association of 
America, Washington, D. C, 1953. 16 pp. 

GARRET, M. R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

ffi.'/i Walter .M. Keith 

Camp planning, Recreation Mag., 47,6:368. 

Fun with a purpose! ///. Parks Mag., 10,2: 
24-25; Physical Educator, Ji, 2:44-45. 

HOVMAN, H. S., Professor 

Books 

With H. A. Gordon, R. F. Ervin 

Graphic health charts, rev ed. McConnel 
School Map Company, Goshen, Indiana. 
Articles 

Br'er Rabbit and our high school health 
te.xts, /. Sch. Health, 24:286-288. 
With others 

Report on current research in school health 
education. Newsletter of the School Health 
Section. American Public Health Associa- 
tion, July, 1954. Pp. 1-3. 

An operating code for the editors of the 
Journal of School Health. American School 
Health Association, Pamphlet, October, 
1954. 10 pp. 

Report of the second conference on profes- 
sional preparation of students majoruig in 
health education. "Graduate programs in 
health education," pp. 24-27, and "Recruit- 
ment, preparation and placement of health 
educators," pp. 52-63. U. S. Department 
of Health, Education and W'elfare, U. S. 
Office of Education. September, 1954. 

Illinois curriculum program. Designing mod- 
ern health education experiences for youth. 
Illinois Curriculum Program Bulletin No. 
20, pp. 14-18. October, 1954. 

Recruitment and placement of health educa- 
tion majors. /. Sch. Health, 24:5-17. 

HUBBARD, A. W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Charles N. Seng 

Visual movements of batters. Res. Quart., 
25:42-57. 

JACKSON, CHESTER O., Professor 
Books 

With others 

Children in focus. Yearbook of -American 
Association for Health, Physical Education 
and Recreation, 1954. 277 pp. 

With Woodson W. Fishbock, 
George T. Stafford 
Designing modern health experiences for 
youth. Circular Series A, No. 51, Illinois 
Curriculum Bulletin No. 30, Springfield. 
162 pp. 

Articles 

Better teaching is needed. Education, 75,2: 
78-81. 



How does your physical education program 
rate? J.A.A.H.P.E.R., 25,6:21-22. 

Professional progress. Educ. Press Dull., 45, 
2:11-13. 

Report on mental hygiene. 57th Annual 
Proc. Coll. Phys. Educ. Assn., pp. 97-103. 

JOHNSON, RALPH H., Associate Professor 
Books 

With Margaret M. Duncan 

Introduction to physical education, health ed- 
ucation and recreation. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 
N. Y., 383 pp. 

KENNEY, H. E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Scholasticism in physical education. Physical 
Educator, March, 1954, pp. 15-16. 

PATTERSON, B. R., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Editor. Wrestling Guide: Official Rule Book 

and Record Book of the N.C.A.A., N. Y. 

Nat. Col. Ath. Bur. 86 pp. 

POHNDORF, R. H., Instructor 
Articles 

How to plan country club pools. Beach and 
Pool, 25:10-11,21-22. 

SAPORA, ALLEN V., Associate Professor 
Books 

With others 
Program in recreation. Athletic Institute, 
Chicago, Illinois. 342 pp. 

Articles 

A balanced recreation program. ///. Parks, 
10:42-44. 

Principles of supervision. Great Lakes Dis- 
trict Recreation Conf. Proc, Nat. Recrea- 
tion Assn., pp. 9-14. 

SEIDLER, A. H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Athletics and physical education. Physical 
Educator, 10, 4:104-105. 
With Major George Gollher 

Close for the kill. Marine Corps Gazette, 
38, 4:12-19. 

SHELTON, R. E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Responsibilities of the trainer. Athletic 
Training Training News, 2:17-21. 

STALEY, SEWARD C, Professor and 
Director of School 

Articles 

Highlights of personnel status committee re- 
port. Coll. Phys. Educ. Assn. 57th An- 
nual Proc, pp. 136-143. 

WEAVER, H. E., Assistant Professor 
Books 

With D. A. Anderson 

Southern manual of forestry. Interstate 
Printers and Publishers, Inc., Danville, 
Illinois. 3o8 pp. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR WOMEN 

ERLANGER, MARGARET, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Contemporary dance in New Zealand, a 
pioneering experience. Phys. Educ, 11: 
113-11'. 



46 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



YOUNG, OLIVE G., Instructor 
Articles 

Kate of learning in relation to spacing of 
l)ractice periods in archery and badmin- 
ton. Res. Quar., 25:231-243. 
IVith Margaret G. Fox 

A test of Softball batting ability. Res. Quar., 

25:26-27. 
Placement of the gravital line in antero- 
posterior posture. Res. Quar., 25:277-285. 



PHYSICS 

ABRAHAMS, ELIHU, Research Associate 
Articles 

Electron-electron scattering in alkali metals. 
Fhys. Rev., 95:839-840. 

AXEL, PETER, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Intensity corrections for iodine x-rays escap- 
ing from sodium iodide scintillation crystals. 
Rev. Sci. Instr., 25:391 (L). 
Reviews 

Atomic energy. Collier's Yearbook, 1954. 

BARDEEN, JOHN, Professor 
Articles 

Chap. 16, Semiconductor electronics, in Mod- 
ern Physics for the Engineer, edit, by 
L. Ridenour. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 
New York. 

Flow of elcetrons and holes in semiconductors, 
pp. 128-149 in The Present State of 
Physics, Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci., Wash., 
U. C. 

Theory of boundary effects in superconductors. 
Phys. Rev., 9-^:554-563. 
With Harry Letaiv, Jr. 

Electrolytic analog transistor. /. Apl^l. Phys., 
25:600-606. 
With L. H. Hall, F. J. Blatt 

Infrared absorption spectrum of germanium. 
Phys. Rev., 95 :S59-560(L). 
Reviews 

The theory of metals, by A. H. Wilson. 
Amer. J. Phys., 22:243-244. 

BARTLETT, JAIMES H., Professor 

Articles 

With G. J . Dienes 

Combined pairs of vacancies in copper. Phys. 
Rev., 59:848-850, (1953). 

With Lee Stephenson 

Anodic behavior of copper in HCl. /. Electro- 
chem. Soc, J0i:571-581. 

BECKER, ROBERT A., Associate Professor 
Books 

Introduction to theoretical mechanics. Mc- 
Graw-Hill Book Co., N. Y. 420 pp. 

Articles 

With Hugh N. Brozvn 

Radiations from Ho"=^. Phys. Rev., 96:\i72- 
1378. 

BERNARDINI, GILBERTO, Research 
Professor 

Articles 

Photomesons near production threshold. Phys. 
Rev., 9j:930(T). 

With D. D. Millar 

A discussion on V-particles and heavy mesons: 
the production of V-particles in low-energy 
interactions. Proc. Roy. Soc, A221:412-413. 



With E. L. Goldwasser 

Photoproduction of "ir^ mesons from hydrogen 

near threshold. Phys. Rev., 9/:729(L). 
Photopion S-wave near threshold and the pion 

nucleou coupling constant. Phvs. Rev., 95: 

857-85S(L). 

With M. Beneventano, D. Carlson-Lee, 
G. Stofypini, E. L. Goldwasser 
The TT-/';?^ ratio from deuterium near photo- 
pion threshold. Nuovo Cimcnto, i2: 156- 
159(L). 

BLATT, FRANK J., Research Associate 
Articles 

Diffusion on the Fermi-surface and the con- 
ductivity of metals. /. Phys. Soc. Japan, 
9:440(L). 
Thermomagnetic properties of thin metallic 
films. Phys. Rev., 95:13-15. 

With L. H. Hall, John Bardeen 

Infrared absorption spectrum of germanium. 
Phys. Rev., 95 :559-560(L). 

BLOOM, MEYER, Research Assistant 
Articles 

"Slow beats" in nuclear quadrupole induction. 
Phys. Rev., 9-/:1396-1397(L). 

CHEW, GEOFFREY F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

One of Schwinger's variational principles for 
scattering. Phys. Rev., 9j:341-343. 

Renormalization of meson theory with fixed 
extended source. Phys. Rev., 9^:1748-1755. 

Method of approximation for meson-nucleon 
problem when the interaction is fixed and 
extended. Phys. Rev., 94:1755-1759. 

Improved calculation of the P-wave pion- 
nucleon scattering phase shifts in the cut- 
off theory. Phys. Rev., 95 :28S-286(L). 

Comparison of cut-off meson theory with ex- 
periment. Phys. Rev., 95:1669-1675. 

DUFFIELD, ROBERT B., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
li'ith L. il/. Longer 

The decay of Zn"". Phys. Rev., 59:854-855. 
With J. R. Htcicenga 

Photofission and photoneutron emission in 
uranium. Phys. Rev., 59:1042-1046. 

With J. R. Huiccnga, J. E. Gindlcr 

Relative photofission yields of several fission- 
able materials. Phys. Rev., 95:1009-1011. 

With G. Friedlander, J. M. Miller, 
N. Sugarman 
Disintegration of Bismuth by 2.2-Bev protons. 
Phys. Rev., 95 :1704-170S(L). 

EBY, FRANK S., Research Associate 
Articles 

Angular distribution of protons from (d,p) 

reactions on Be^. N", and Zn^^. Phys. Rev., 

96:1355-1362. 

EMIGH, CHARLES R., Research Assistant 
Articles 

A fast-compression magnetic cloud chamber 
and some auxiliary control circuits. Rev. 
Sci. Instr., 25:221-225. 

FISHER, PHILIP C, Research Assistant 

Articles 

Bremsstrahlung and electron scattering cross 
sections in Au for 247-lMev electrons and 
positrons. Phys. Rev., 92:420-427. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 47 



FRAUENFELDER, HANS, Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With J. S. Laz^'so)!, ir. K. Jeiitschke 

Mnjjnftic moment of the first excited state of 

l'b=^. Phys. Rn:. 9o:l 126-1 127(L). 

GOLDEMBERG, JOSE, Guest Fellow 
Articles 

A photon monochromator for bremsstrahlung 
radiation. Phys. Rev.. 9?:1426-1427(L). 

GOLDWASSER, EDWIN L., Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With G. Bernardini 

Photoproduction of tt^ mesons from hydrogen 

near threshold. Phys. Rev., 97:729(L). 
Photo-pion S-\vave near threshold and the 

pion-nucleon coupling constant. Phvs. Rev., 

93:857-858{L). 

With r. O. \icoIai 

A cloud chamber window-holder. Rev. Sci. 
lustr., 25:1 135-1 136(L). 

With L. J. Koester, F. E. Mills, III 

Elastic photoproduction of "77° mesons from 
helium. Phys. Rev., 95 : 1 692-1 694 (L). 

With G. Bernardini, M. Beneventano, 
D. Carlson-Lee, G. Stoppini 
Photo-pion S-wave near threshold and the pion 
nucleon coupling constant. Nuovo Cimcnto, 
J2:156-159(L). 

HANSON, A. O., Professor 

Articles 

With D. R. Corson 

Extranuclear interactions of electrons and 

gamma ravs. Ann. Rev. Nucl. Sci., 3: 

67-92. 

With T. Yamagata, M. Q. Barton, J. H. Smith 
Photodisintegration of deuterium by 265-Mev 
bremsstrahlung. Phys. Rev., 55:574- 
576(L). 

HILL, ROBERT D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With I. Bergstrom 

Auger electrons from the L-shell in mercury. 
Arkiv for Fysik, 8:21-26. 

With J. B. Swan 

Internal conversion in the L-Subshells. Aus- 
tralian J. Phys., d:371-579. 

With E. O. Salant, ^[. Widgoff 

K-particle production by protons of 2.2 and 

3.0 Bev. Phys. Rez., 9V:1794(L). 
Tau-meson production by 3.0 Bev protons. 

Phys. Rev., 95:1699(L). 

JENTSCHKE, WILLIBALD K., Research 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
With W. H. Robinson 

Response of anthracene scintillation crystals 

to monoenergetic soft x-rays. Phys. Rev., 

95:1412-1414. 

With F. S. Eby 

Fluorescent response of Nal(Tl) to nuclear 
radiations. Phys. Rev., 96:911-920. 
With W. E. Kreger, P. G. Kruger 

Elastic scattering of protons by helium at 
5.78 Mev. Phys. Rev., 95:837-842. 
With H. Frauenf elder, J. J. Lawson 

Magnetic moment of the first excited state of 
Pb=»^. Phys. Rev., 9i:1126-1127(L). 



With A. C. Juveland, (»". //. Kiiisey 

Alpha-emitting isomer Po-'". Ph\s. Rev., 96: 
231-232(L). 

With E. J. Zimmer>n(in, R. O. Kerinan, 
Sidney Singer, P. Gerald Kriigcr 
Proton-proton scattering at 5.77 Mev. Phys. 
Rev., 96:1322-1332. 

KANZIG, WERNER, Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With Masayasii Ueta 

Effect of plastic flow upon color centers in 
alkali halide crystals. Phvs. Rev., 94: 
1390(L). 

With M. Antiker, H. R. Brugger 

The behavior of very small ferroelectric par- 
ticles III, UaTiOs. Helv. Phvs. Acta, 27: 
99-124. 

KOEHLER, JAMES S., Professor 
Articles 

Pauli principle scattering and the resistivity 
minimum. Phys. Rev. 94:1071-1072. 
With F. Seit- 

Radiation disarrangement of crystals. Zeits. 

f. Phys., 138:238-245. 
The nature of dislocations in ideal crystals. 
Chapter in Dislocations in Metals. Amer. 
Soc. Metals. 

With H. G. Cooper, J. W. Marx 

Resistivity changes in copper silver and gold 
produced by Deuteron irradiation near 
10°K. Phys. Rev., 94 :496(L). 

KRUGER, P. GERALD, Professor 

Articles 

With W. E. Kreger, W. K. Jentschke 

Elastic scattering of protons by helium at 5.78 
Mev. Phys. Rev., 95:837-842. 

With E. J. Zimmerman, R. O. Kerman, 
Sidney Singer, W. K. Jentschke 
Proton-proton scattering at 5.77 Mev. Phys. 
Rev., 96:1322-1332. 

LAZARUS, DAVID, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Effect of screening on solute diffusion in 
metals. Phys. Rev., 95:973-976. 

With C. T. Tomi.7tika 

Reproducibility of diffusion measurements: 
time of anneal and method of counting 
radiation. J. Appl. Phys., 25:1443(L). 

LIDIARD, ALAN B., Research Associate 
Articles 

Ionic conductivity of impure jiolar crystals. 
Phys. Rev., 94:29-i7. 

LOW, FRANCIS E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Scattering of light of very low frequency by 
systems of spin 1/2. Phys. Rev., 96:1428- 
1432. 

With M. G ell-Mann 

Quantum electrodynamics at small distances. 
Phys. Rev.. 95:1300-1312. 

MACHLUP, STEFAN, Research Associate 

Articles 

Noise in semiconductors: spectrum of a two- 
parameter random signal. /. Appl. Phys., 
25:341-343. 



48 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MAPOTHER, DILLON E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With Meyer Garber 

Effect of hydrostatic pressure on the super- 
conducting transition of tin. Phys. Rev., 
9-/:10o5(L). 

With R. E. Mould 

Effect of precipitation hardening on the super- 
conducting transition of an aluminum alloy. 
Phys. Rev., 9d :797-798(L). 

MAURER, ROBERT J., Professor 
Articles 

Imperfections in crystal structure. Record of 
Chem. Prof., i5:61-68. 

With Kenneth Tecgardcn 

Vi and n Centers in KCl. Zeits. f. Physik, 
ij5:284-289. 

MILLER, RICHARD C, Research Assistant 
Articles 

High-energy, large-angle distribution of pair 

electrons produced by bremsstrahlung. Phys. 

Rev., 95:796-798. 

NORBERG, RICHARD E.. Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With Meyer Bloom 

Transient nuclear induction signals associated 

with pure quadrupole reactions. Phys. Rev., 

9j:638-639CL). 

NORDSIECK, ARNOLD T., Professor 
Articles 

Reduction of an integral in the theory of 
bremsstrahlung. Phys. Rev., 93:785-787. 

OVERHAUSER, ALBERT W., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

Stored energy measurements in irradiated 
copper. Phys. Rev., 94:1551-1557. 

PINES, DAVID, Research Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Electron interaction in solids. Phvs. Rev., 

95:520(T). 
Paramagnetic susceptibility of conduction elec- 
trons. Phys. Rev., 95:1090-1091(L). 

PRICE, GLENN A., Research Assistant 
Articles 

Energy spectra and angular distributions of 

photoneutrons from heavy nuclei. Phys. 

Rev., 9i: 1279-1 285. 

REDFIELD, ALAN G., Research Assistant 
Articles 

Electronic Hall effect in diamond. Phys. Rev., 

94:526-537. 
Electronic Hall effect in the alkali halides. 
Phys. Rev., 9-;:S37-540. 

SALZMAN, GEORGE, Instructor 
Articles 

With A. H. Taiib 

Born-type rigid motion in relatitvity. Phvs. 
Rev., 95:1659-1669. 

SCHMITT, ROMAN A., Research Associate 
Articles 

With Nathan Sugarman 

Uranium photofission yields. Phys. Rev., 95: 
1260-1267. 



SEITZ, FREDERICK, Professor 
Articles 

Colour centers in alkali halide crystals. Rev. 

Mod. Phys., 26:7-94. 
Theory of radiation damage. Phys. Rev., 94: 

1432(T). 
Progress of the physics of solids. Appl. Mech. 
Rev., pp. 137-138. 

With J. S. Koehler 

Radiation disarrangement of crystals. Zeits. 

f. Phys., 1SS:238-2A5. 
The nature of dislocations in ideal crystals. 

Chapter in Dislocations in Metals, Amer. 

Soc. of Metals. 

SLIGHTER, CHARLES P., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Polarization of nuclear spins in metals by 
Overhauser method. Phys. Rev., 9i :920(T). 
With A. Saika 

A note on the fluorine resonance shifts. /. 
Chem. Phys., 22:26-28. 

With R. T. Schumacher, T.R. Carver 

Measurement of the spin paramagnetism of 
conduction electrons. Phys. Rev., 95:1089- 
1090(L). 

SLIFKIN, LAWRENCE M., Research 

Associate 
Articles 
With C. T. Tomicitka 

Diffusion in Cd, In, and Sn in single crystals 

of Ag. Phys. Rev., 9(5:610-615. 

With E. Sander, C. T. Totnisuka 

Diffusion of Sb in Ag. Phys. Rev., 9i:970- 
972. 
With IV. M. Portnoy, Harry Letaiv, Jr. 

Self-diffusion in germanium. Phys. Rev., 93: 
892(L). 

With Harry Letaiv, Jr., A. B. Kuper, 
E. Sonder, C. T. Totnisuka 
Self-diffusion in Cu. Phys. Rev., 96:1224- 
1225. 

SMITH, JAMES H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. Q. Barton 

Proton-neutron coincidences in the high-energy 

photodisintegration of lithium. Phys. Rev., 

95:573-574(L). 

IVith A. O. Hanson, T. Yamagata, 
M. Q. Barton 
Photodisintegration of deuterium by 265-Mev 
bremsstrahlung. Phys. Rev., 95:574-575(L). 

SNYDER, JAMES N., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Determination of alpha-alpha scattering phase 
shifts. Phys. Rev., 96:1333-1535. 
With Freda F. Salsman 

Numerical calculation of 3/2-3/2 pion-nucleon 
reaction matrix and phase shifts. Phvs. 
Rev.. 95:286-237(L). 

TOMIZUKA, CARL T., Research Associate 
Articles 

With D. Lazarus 

Reproducibility of diffusion measurements: 
time of anneal and method of counting 
radiation. /. Appl. Phys., 25 : 1 443 (L). 

With L. M. Slifkin 

Diffusion of cadmium, indium, and tin in 
single crystals of silver. Phys. Rev., 96: 
610-615. 



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With E. Sonder, L. M. Slifkin 

Diffusion of antimonv in silver. Phvs. Rev., 
9S:970-972. 

IVith A. B. Kuper, Harrv Lctaiv, Jr., 
L. M. Slifkin, E. Sonder 
Self-diffusion in copper. Ph\s. Rev., 96:122A- 
1225. 

WHALIX. EDWARD T., Research Assistant 
Articles 

Photodisintegration of deuterium bv 165-Mev 
x-rays. Phys. Rev., 9i;:1362-1363(L). 

YAMAGUCHI, YOSHIO V., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

A note on photon-nucleon scattering. Prog. 

Theoret, Phys., i2:l 11-112. 
Two nuoleon ])robIem when the potential is 
nonlocal but separable I. Ph\s. Rev., 95: 
1628-163-1. 

IVith Yoriko Yamaguchi 

Two nucleon problem when the potential is 
nonlocal but separable II. Phys. Rev., 95: 
1635-1643. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

JOHNSON. ROBERT E., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 

With Frederick Sargent, II, Virginia W. 
Sargent, Stanley G. Stolpc 
The physiological basis for various constitu- 
ents in survival rations. Part I. The 
efficiency of young men under temperate 
conditions. Technical Report 53-284 Part I. 
Wright Air Development Center, Ohio. 
526 pp. 

PROSSER. C. LADD, Professor 
Articles 

Comparative physiology of nervous systems 
and sense organs. Ann. Rev. Phvsiol., 16: 
103-124. 

Activation of a non-propagating muscle in 
Thyone. /. Cell. Comp. Physiol., 44:247-253. 
With Carlton E. Melton 

Nervous conduction in smooth muscle of 
Phascolosoma proboscis retractors /. Cell. 
Comp. Physiol., 44:255-275. 

SARGENT, FREDERICK, II, Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

With R. G. Stone 

Recent studies in bioclimatology (ed.). 
Meteorol. Monographs, 2(8):vi-121 (Oct.). 

Articles 

Role of the field test in nutrition and weather 
stress studies. In Nutrition under Climatic 
Stress ed. by H. Spector and M. S. 
Petersen. National Academy of Sciences — 
National Research Council, Washington, 
(May) pp. 130-156. 
Season and the metabolism of fat and carbo- 
hydrate: a study of vestigial physiology. 
Meteorol. Monographs, 2,8:68-80. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BEKlJAHL, CLARENCE A., Professor 
Books 

With P. T. David, Malcolm Moos, R. E. Scott, 
and others 



Presidential nominating politics in 1952, 5 
vols. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore. 
Reviews 

Cliarles A. Beard: in appraisal, ed. by 
Howard K. Beale. U. S. Qitar. Book Rev. 
(Library of Congress), i0:312-313. 

EDELMAN, MURRAY J., Associate Professor 

Books 

National economic planning by collective bar- 
gaining: the formation of Austrian wage, 
price, and tax policy after World War II. 
Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, 
L^rbana, 78 pp. 

Articles 

Labor's influence in foreign policy. Labor 
Lazi' J., 5:323-329. The Austrian wage- 
price agreements. Monthlv Labor Rev.. 77: 
629-634. 

GARVEY, NEIL F., Assistant Professor 

Books 

IVith C. B. Hagan 

Blueprint for democracy. Science Research 
Associates, Chicago. 80 pp. 

HAGAN, CHARLES B., Professor 
Books 

With Neil F. Garvey 

Blueprint foi democracy. Science Research 
Associates, Chicago. 80 pp. 
Reviews 

Economics in the public service: administra- 
tive aspects of the employment act, by 
Edwin G. Nourse. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 
•/5:234-235. 

KNEIER, CHARLES M., Professor 
Articles 

The future of zoning. Lau.' Forum, Summer, 
1954:281-306. 

LEWIS, EDWARD G., Associate Professor 

Reviews 

Federal aid to veterans, 1917-1941, by Wil- 
liam P. Dillingham. North Carolina Hist. 
Rev., oi:280-281. 

MANNER, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The law of nations, by H. W. Briggs. 

Western Pol. Quar., 6:604. 
The rise of the double diplomatic corps in 
Rome, by Robert A. Graham. Western 
Pol. Quar., 6:605. 

MONYPENNY, PHILLIP, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Political science and the study of groups: 

notes to guide a research project. Western 

Pol. Sci. Rev., 7:183-201. 

PELTASON, JACK W., Associate Professor 
Books 

Constitutional liberty and seditious activity. 
Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund, Inc., 
N. Y., 57 pp. 

With .Tames M. Burns 

Government by the people. Prentice-Hall, 
Inc., N. Y., 1070 pp. 
Reviews 

Civil liberties and the Vinson court, by 
C. Herman Pritchett. Amer. Pol. Sci. 
Rev.. 48:849-851. 

With L. J. Barker 

The tidelands oil controversy, by Ernest R. 
Bartley. Virginia Law Rev., ^0:103-111. 



50 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



RANNEY, AUSTIN, Associate Professor 
Books 

The doctrine of responsible party government. 
University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 
176 pp. 
Articles 
IVitlt IVillmoore Kendall 

The American party systems. Amer. Pol. Set. 
Rev., ^5:477-485. 

SCOTT, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With C. .4. Berdahl and others 

Presidential nominating politics in 1952. 
Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore. 

Articles 

r.olivia. Americana Annual, 1954, pp. 75-76. 
Chile. Americana Annual, 1954, pp. 128-129. 
Colombia. Americana Annual, 1954, pp. 146- 

159. 
Mexico. Americana Annual, 1954, pp. 448- 

450. 
Will Reds attempt new beachhead to harry 

U. S. in Latin America? Lindsey-Schaub 

Newspapers, July 18, 1954. 
Reviews 

Communism vs. progress in Guatemala, pub- 
lished by National Planning Association. 

Annals, 295:209-210. 
Uruguay, portrait of a democracy, by Russell 

H. Fitzgibbon. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rcz:, 48: 

1181. 

SNIDER, CLYDE F., Professor 
Books 

With Gilbert Y. Steiner, Lois Langdon 

Local taxing units: the Illinois experience. 
Inst, of (iovt. and Pub. Affairs, Univ. of 
111., Urbana, 88 pp. 

WILSON, FRANCIS G., Professor 
Articles 

Public opinion and the intellectuals. Amer. 

Pol. Sci. Rev., 45:321-339. 
Public opinion: theory for tomorrow. /. Pol., 

i(5:601-622. 
Selected articles and documents in political 

theory. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 48:269-275, 

602-607,908-915,1208-1214. 
Reviews 

Gettell's history of political thought, by L. C. 

Wanlass. South Soc. Sci. Quar., 55:187- 

188. 
A program for conservatives, by Russell Kirk. 

Sat. Rev., Nov. 6. 

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

MOREY, LLOYD, Pr.?sident 
Articles 

Your profession is you. ///. Cert. Pub. Acct., 

i6,4:5-13. 
Technical knowledge is not enough. Young 
Men's Christian Association, Springfield. 
Illinois. Oct., 1954. 19 pp. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

ADELSON, MARVIN, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. C. Williams, Jr., M. L. Ritchie, 

L. E. Wilkerson, S. G. Hasler, J . R. Skeen 
Poly parametric and vector airspeed indi- 

tors. Wright Air Development Center, Tech. 

Rep., 54-314:1-8. 



IVith J. W. Arnold, H. Schlesingcr, M. L. 

Ritchies, .4. C. Williams, Jr., S. G. Hasler, 
L. E. lyUkerson 
Two disi)lay designs for presentation of all 
llight attitudes. Wright Air Development 
Center, Tech. Rep., 54-316:1-47. 

CARPER, JAMES W., Post-doctoral Fellow 
Articles 

With Leonard Doob 

Intervening responses between questions and 
answers in attitude surveys. Publ. Opin. 
Quart., i;:511-519. 

CATTELL, RAYMOND B., Research Professor 

Articles 

Personality structures as learning and moti- 
vation patterns: a theme for the integration 
of methodologies. Ch. 7, pp. 91-113, in 
Learning theory, personality theory and 
clinical research: The Kentucky Symposi- 
um, by D. K. Adams, ct al. Wiley, N. Y. 

IVith Walter Gruen 

The personality factor structure of 11 year 
old children in terms of behavior rating 
data. /. Clin. Psychol., 9:256-266. 
Primary personality factors in the question- 
naire medium for children eleven to four- 
teen years old. Educ. Psvchol. Measmt., 
14:50-76. 
With D. R. Saunders 

Musical preferences and personality diagnosis: 
I. A factorization of one hundred and 
twenty themes. 7. Soc. Psychol., j9:3-24. 

U'ilh Anna M. Shoticell 

Personality profiles of more successful and 
less successful psychiatric technicians. 
Amer. J. Ment. Def., 35:496-499. 

IVith Glen F. Stice 

Four formulae for selecting leaders on the 
basis of personality. Human Relat., 7:493- 
507. 
With S. S. Dubin, D. R. Saunders 

Personality structure in psychiotics by fac- 
torization of objective clinical tests. /. 
Ment. Sci., 100:] 54-176. 

Verification of hypothesized factors in one 
hundred and fifteen objective personality 
test designs. Psychometrika, i9:209-230. 

COHEN, JOZEF, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Multichromatic colorimeters. Illuminating 
Eng., -/9:50-58. 

EISEN, NATHANIEL H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The influence of set on semantic generaliza- 
tion. ;. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., -^9:491-496. 

EWING, THOMAS N., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Changes in attitude during counseling. /. 
Couns. Psychol., i:232-239. 

FIEDIER, FRED E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Assumed similarity measures as predictors of 

team effectiveness. /. Abnorm. Soc. 

Psychol., ■^9:381-388. 

GILBERT, WILLIAM M., Professor 

Articles 

The clinical psychologist in a student counsel- 
ing bureau. Ch. 17 pp. 218-229 in Survey 
of clinical practice in psychology. Inter- 
national Universities Press, Inc., New York. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 51 



LAMER. LYLE 11., Professor ami Head of 

Oepartmeiit 
Reviews 

An evaluation of the Ainiiial Rcviczi' of Psy- 

clwloQV (Volumes 1-lV). Pswiiol. Bull., 

57:180-190. 

MARCHETTl, PIETRO V., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Manager-employee "uniierstanding" in the re- 
tail grocery and meat market. J. Apf'l. 
Psychol., SS:2\6-22\. 

MASON, HARRY M., Research Associate 
Articles 

A comparative evaluation of two approaches 

to job-knowledge test cotistruction. /. --ipl^l. 

Psychol., .-^5:384-389. 

McQUlTTY. LOUIS L., Professor 
Books 

inth If. E. Chalmers, M. K. Chandler, 

M. Berber, R. Staij)tcr, and D. E. U'ray 
Labor-management relations in lllini City, 
vol. 2. Institute of Labor and Industrial 
Relations, L'niversity of Illinois, Cham- 
paign, Illinois. 662 pp. 
Articles 

Pattern analysis illustrated in classifying 
patients and normals. Educ. Psvchol. 
Me^ismt., 14 ■.59S-bO-i. 
Theories and methods in some objective as- 
sessments of psychological well-being. Psv- 
chol. Manog., 6*,14:l-28. 
With E. L. Gaier, C. F. VVrigley 

An approach to isolating dimensions of job- 
success. /. Appl. Psychol., 38:227-232. 

MO\VRER, O. HOBART, Research Professor 
Articles 

Ego psychology, cybernetics, and learning 
theory. Ch. 6, pp. 81-90, in Learning 
theory, personality theory and clinical re- 
search: the Kentucky symposium, by D. K. 
Adams, et al. Wiley, New York. 

Learning theory and identification. /. Genet. 
Psychol., 84:\97-\99. 

Learning theory: Historical review and re- 
interpretation. Harvard Educ. Rev., 24: 
37-58. 

The osychologist looks at language. Ainer. 
Psychologist, 9:660-694. 

With E. G. Aiken 

Contiguity vs. drive-reduction in conditioned 
fear: temporal variations in conditioned 
and unconditioned stimulus. Anier. J. 
Psychol., 67:26-68. 

With L. X. Solomon 

Contiguity vs. drive-reduction in conditioned 
fear: the proximity and abruptness of 
drive-reduction. Amer. J. Psvchol., 67:15- 
25. 

MUCKLER, FREDERICK A., Research 
Assistant 

Articles 

IVith W. G. Mathcny 

Transfer of training in tracking as a func- 
tion of control friction. J. Appl. Psychol., 
iS:364-367. 

NUNNALLY, JUM C, Research Assistant 
See Institute of Communications Researcli 

O'KELLY, LAWRENCE I., Professor 

Articles 

The effect of preloads of water and sodium 
chloride on voluntary water intake of thirsty 
rats. /. Comp. Physiol., 47:7-13. 



OSCOOl), CHARLES E., Professor 

Books 

Psycliolinguistics: A survey of theory and 
research problems (t'd.). Morton Prince 
Memorial Supplement to /. Abnorm. Soc. 
Psychol., 49:-x.\ -f 203. 

Articles 

With Davis Hozces 

On the combination of associative probabili- 
ties in linguistic contexts. Amer. J. Psvchol., 
67:241-158. 

With Zclla Luria 

A blind analysis of a case of triple person- 
ality using tlie semantic differential. /. 
Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 49:579-591. 

PENNINGTON, LEON A., Visiting Professor 

Books 

With Irzi'in A. Berg 

An introduction to clinical psychology (ed.). 
Rev. ed. Ronald Press Co., N. Y. vii- 
709 pp. 

Articles 

Psychopathic and criminal behavior. Ch. 16, 
pp. 421-447, in An introduction to clinical 
psychology, ed. by Leon Pennington and 
Irwin Berg. Rev. ed. Ronald Press, New 
York. 

Rehabilitative approaches. Ch. 24, pp. 632-657 
in An introduction to clinical psychology, 
ed. by Leon Pennington and Irwin Berg. 
Rev. ed. Ronald Press Co., New York. 

PETERSON, DONALD R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Predicting hospitalization of psychiatric out- 
patients. J. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 49: 
260-265. 
The diagnosis of subclinical schizophrenia. /. 
Consult. Psychol., i5: 198-200. 

RITCHIE, MALCOLM L., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The Skaggs-Robinson hypothesis as an artifact 
of response definition. Psychol. Rev., 61: 
267-270. 
With F. A. Muckler 

Retroaction as a function of discrimination 
and motor variables. J. Exp. Psvchol., 48: 
409-415. 
With W. H. Paul, F. B. Andrcivs, 
A. C. Williams, Jr., S. G. Hasler 
Five displays for combining aircraft heading 
and attitude. Part I. Display designs. 
Wright Air Development Center, Tech. 
Rep., 54-145:1-13. 

With A. C. Williams, Jr., M. Adclson, 

L. E. Wilkersoii, S. G. Hasler, J. R. Skeen 
Poly parametric and vector airspeed indica- 
tors. Wright Air Development Center, 
Tech. Rep., 54-314:l-S 

With J. W. Arnold, H. Schlesinger, M. Adel- 
son, A. C. Williams, Jr., S. G. Hasler, 
L. E. Wilkerson 
Two display designs for presentation of all 
flight attitudes. Wright Air Develoimient 
Center, Tech. Rep., 54-316:1-47. 

ROSEN, HJALMAR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Dual allegiance: a critique and a proposed 
approach. Personnel F-'sychol., 7:67-71. 

With Ruth Alice lliidson 

Union political action: the member speaks. 
Ind. and Labor Rclat. Rev., 7:404-418. 



52 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



STAGNER, ROSS, Professor 
Books 

IVith Milton Berber, W. E. Chalmers, Margaret 
K. Chandler, L. L. McQttitty, Donald E. 
IVray 
Lahor-nianagenient relations in Illini City. 
Vol. 2. Institute of Labor and Industrial 
Relations, Champaign, Illinois. 662 pp. 

Articles 

Attitude toward authority : an exploratory 
study. J. Sac. Psychol., 40:197-210. 

Dual allegiance as a iiroblem in modern psy- 
chology. Personnel Psychol., 7:41-47. 

Homeostasis: corruptions or misconceptions: 
a reply. Psychol. Rev., 6i:205-208. 

Needed social psychological research on war 
and peace. Soc. Problems, 2:88-92. 

With J. J. DeLucia 

Emotional vs. frequency factors in word-recog- 
nition time and association time. /. Pers., 
22:299-309. 

With E. D. Lazcson 

The Ferguson religionism scale: a study in 

validation. J. Soc. Psychol., 59:245-256. 
Reviews 

Case studies in collective gargaining, by 

Walter H. Carpenter, Jr. Personnel 

Psychol., 7:314-315. 
Strikes: a study in industrial conflict, by 

K. G. J. C. Knowles. Personnel Psychol., 

7:183-186. 

STEINER, IVAN D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Ethnocentrism and tolerance of trait "incon- 
sistency." /. Ablorm. Soc. Psychol., 49: 
349-354. 
Primary group influences on public opinion. 
Amer. Soc. Rev., 19:260-267. 

THISTLETHWAITE, DONALD L., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With Howard Moltz, Joseph Kamcnetsky, 
Henry de Haan 
Effects of basic training on learning by air- 
men of different intellectual ability. USAF 
Pers. Train. Res. Cent., Tech. Rep., 54-14: 
V + 9 pp. 

WILLIAMS, ALEXANDER C, JR., Research 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

With W. H. Paul, F. B. Andrews, M. L. 
Ritchie, S. G. Hosier 
Five displays for combining aircraft heading 
and attitude. Part I. Display designs. 
Wright Air Develonment Center, Tech. 
Rep., 54-145:1-15. 

With T. A. Payne, D. J. Dougherty, S. G. 
Hasler, J. R. Skeen, E. L. Broxi.'n 

Improving landing performance using a con- 
tract landing trainer. Spec. Devices Center, 
Tech. Rep., 71-16-11:1-32. 

With M. L. Ritchie, M. Adelson, L. E. 
Wilkerson, S. G. Hasler, I. R. Skeen 
Poly parametric and vector airspede indica- 
tors. Wright Air Development Center, 
Tech. Rep., 54-314:1-8. 

With J. W. Arnold, H. Schlesinger, M. L. 

Ritchie, M. Adelson, S. G. Hasler, L. E. 
Wilkerson 
Two display designs for presentation of all 
flight attitudes. Wright Air Development 
Center, Tech. Rep., 54-316:1-47. 



WRIGLEY, CHARLES F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Jack O. Neuhaus 

The quartimax method: an analytic approach 
to orthogonal simple structure. Brit. J. 
Statist. Psychol., 7:181-191. 
With G. S. Leavitt, G. Stone 

Let's reduce statistical drudgery. Amer. Psy- 
chologist, 9:645-646. 
With L. L. McQuitty, E. L. Gaier 

An approach to isolating dimensions of job 
success. /. Appl. Psychol., 38:227-232. 
Reviews 

Factor analysis: an introduction and manual 
for the psychologist and social scientist, 
bv Raymond B. Cattell. /. Soc. Psychol., 
■^i*: 339-345. 

YOUNG, PAUL T., Professor 
Articles 

With E. H. Shuford, Jr. 

Intensity, duration, and repetition of he- 

donic processes as related to acquisition of 

motives. /. Coinp. Phvsiol. Psxchol., 47: 

298-305. 
With V. G. Dethier, C. Pfaffmann, 

C. P. Richter, Eliot Stellar 
The preparation of solutions for research in 

chemoreception and food acceptance. J. 

Coynp. Physiol. Psychol., 47:93-96. 



SMALL HOMES COUNCIL 

JONES, RUDARD A., Assistant Director and 
Professor of Architecture 

Articles 

Description of wall-panel system. Proc. 9th 
Annual Short Course in Residential Con- 
struction, Small Homes Council, 21-22. 

IVith J. T. Lendriim 

Garages and carports. Small Homes Council 

Circular Series C5.9. 
Homes from pre-assembled wall panels. 

Small Homes Council Technical Series, 

15 pp. 

With J. T. Lendrutn, R. H. Harrell 

Wall-panel framing system. Small Homes 
Council Instruction Sheet, 19-B. 

KAPPLE, WILLIAM H., Research Assistant 

Professor of Architecture 
Articles 

\N'all openings and their effect on framing 
economy. Proc. 9th Annual Short Course 
in Residential Construction, Small Homes 
Council, 2-14. 
Insulating-windows and screens. Small 
Homes Council Circular-Series F11.2. 

LENDRUM, JAMES T., Director and 

Professor of Architecture 
Articles 

The changing house construction. American 

Builder, 76, 8:122-126. 
Roof insulation for plank-type roofs. Proc. 
9th Annuel Short Course in Residential 
Construction, Small Homes Council, 50-51. 
With R. A. Jones 

Garages and carports. Small Homes Council 

Circular-Series C5.9. 
Homes from pre-assembled wall panels. 
Small Homes Council Technical Series, 
15 pp. 
With R. A. Jones, R. H. Harrell 
Wall-panel framing system. Small Homes 
Council Instruction Sheet, 19-B. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 53 



SOCIAL WORK 

POOLE, FLORENCE, Associate Professor 

Articles 

School social services. Social Work Year 
Book, 1954, i2: 463-570. 

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 

BECKER, HOWARD S., Postdoctoral Fellow 
Articles 

A note on interviewing tactics. Human Or- 
<janication, 12:iX-32. 
Reviews 

Narcotics and narcotics addition, by T). W. 
Maiirer and V. H. Vogel. Aincr. J. Soc, 
60:i22-32i. 
The traffic in narcotics, by H. J. Anslinger 
and W. F. Tompkins. Amer. Soc. Rev., 
i9:644. 

GLASER, DANIEL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A reconsideration of some parole prediction 
factors. Amer. Soc. Rev., iP:335-341. 

GOULDNER, ALVIN W., Associate Professor 
Books 

Patterns of industrial bureaucracy. Free 

Press, Glencoe, 111. 285 pp. 
Wildcat strike. Antioch Press, Yellow 
Springs, Ohio. 180 pp. 

KAPLAN, MAX, Assistant Professor 
See Music. 

LEWIS, OSCAR, Professor 
Articles 

Group dynamics in a north Indian village: 
a study of factions. Economic Wecklv 
( Bombay), (5:423-425,445-451,477-482,501- 
508. 

Group dynamics in a north Indian village: 
a study of factions. Program Evaluation 
Organization, Planning Commission, Gov- 
ernment of India, 48 pp. 

A preliminary guide to the use of village 
patwari records. Program Evaluation Or- 
ganization, Planning Commission, Govern- 
ment of India, 57 pp. 

Peasant culture in India and Mexico: a 
study in contrast. Trans. N. Y. Acad. 
Sci., 16:219-223. 

McGregor, JOHN C, Professor 
Articles 

The Chrisman site: Illinois River valley 

archaic culture. ///. State Arch. Soc. J., 

4, Jan. 195 1. 

MURPHY, ROBERT F., Research Associate 

Articles 

With Yolanda Murphy 

As condi^oes atuais dos Mundurucu. Publi- 
cation A'o. 8. Institute de Antropologia e 
Etnologia do Para, Belem. 

ROSEN, R. A. HUDSON, Assistant Professor 

With Hjalmar Rosen 

Articles 

Union political action: the member speaks. 
Ind. and Labor Rcl. Rev., 7:404-418. 

SHIDELER, ERNEST H., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Rural social systems and adult education, 
ed. by Charles P. Loomis and J. Allen 
Beegle. Rural Sociology. J!>: 192-193. 



STEWARD, JULIAN H., Research Professor 
Articles 

Types of types. Amer. .4nthro[>olo(iist , 56: 
54-57. 

Evolucion proce:'o. Ciencias Socialcs, 5:171- 
186. 

Aboriginal and historic groups of the Ute 
Indians of Utah: an analysis. Prepared 
for the U. S. Department of Justice, 
Washington, D. C, 71 pp. 

Native comiioucnts of the White River Ute 
Indians. Prepared for the L^. S. Depart- 
ment of Justice, Washington, D. C., 50 pp. 

Foreword. In Tobati: Paraguayan Town, 
by Elman R. Service and Helen Service, 
University of Chicago Press. 

IVitli Erminic W. I'ocgelin 
The Northern Paiute Indians. Prepared for 
the U. S. Department of Justice, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 313 pp. 

WOLF, ERIC R., Research Associate 
Articles 

El campesino latinoamericano. Ciencias So- 
ciales, 5:268-271. 

ZNANIECKI, FLORIAN, Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

The basic problems of contemporary soci- 
ology. Amer. Soc. Rev., i9:519-524. 

The social role of innovators. Midivest So- 
ciologist, i7: 14-19. 

The creative evolution and diffusion of 
knowledge. Pp. 11-18 in Three Colum- 
bia Bicentennial Lectures, Polish Institute 
of Arts and Sciences. 



SPANISH AND ITALIAN 

ALLEN, JOSEPH H. D., JR., Associate 

Professor 
Reviews 

Dois problemas da lingua portuguesa: O in- 
finito pessoal e o pronome se, by T. H. 
Maurer. Language, 50:159-163. 
Os animals na linguagem portuguesa, by 
Delmira Magas. Language, 50:163-166. 

ELLISON, FRED P., Instructor 
Books 

Brazil's new novel: four northeastern masters. 

University of California Press, Berkeley, 

California. 192 pp. 

HUTTER, HARRIETT S., Instructor 

Articles 

The development of the function word 
system from vulgar Latin to modern Span- 
ish. In Descriptive Studies in Spanish 
Grammar, ed. by H. R. Kahane and Ange- 
lina R. Pietrangeli. 

KAHANE, HENRY R., Professor 

Books 

With Angelina R. Pietrangeli 

Descriptive studies in Spanish grammar 

(editor). Illinois Studies in Language and 

Literature 38, University of Illinois Press, 

Urbana, 241 pp. 
Articles 
With Rence Kahane 

Italo-l!yzantine etymologies IV. Epcteris 

Hetaireias Byzantinon Spoudon, 25:280-284. 

With Rence Kahane, Olga Koshansky 

V^enetian nautical terms in Dalmatia. Ro- 
mance Philology, 7:156-170. 



54 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



KAHANE, HEXRV R., (continued) 
Reviews 

Os estudos de filologia portuguesa de 1930 a 
1949, by Giacinto Manuppella. Word, 9: 
299-30C. 
Bibliografia dc Antonio da Fonseca Scares 
(Frei Antonio das Chagas), by Maria de 
Lourdes Belchior Pontes. Word, 9:316-317. 
With Rence Kahane 

L'aspect et le temps dans Ic verbe neo-grec, 
by Hansjakob Seiler. Language, i0:115-123. 

MARKLEY, J. GERALD, Instructor 
Books 

]\'\th Allan G. Holaday 

The life of La/.arillo de Tormes. (English 
translation). The Liberal Arts Press, New 
York, 68 pp. 

OLIVER, REVILO P., Professor 
See Classics. 

PIETRANGELI, ANGELINA R., Associate 

Professor 
Books 

Witli Henry R. Kahane 

Descriptive studies in Spanish grammar (edi- 
tor). Illinois Studies in Language and 
Literature 38, University of Illinois Press, 
Urbana, 241 pp. 

SAPORTA, SOL, Assistant 

Articles 

Contributions to Psycholinguistics : A Survey 
of Theory and Research Problems, ed. by 
Charles Osgood and Thomas Sebeok. Sup- 
plement to UAL 20, No. 4. 

VAN HORNE, JOHN, Professor 
Articles 

Ortega y Gasset en los Estados Unidos. 
Clavileilo, 4:2-\. 
Reviews 

A. A. del Greco: "Giacomo Leopardi in His- 
panic Literature." Hispanic Rev., 22:80-81. 



SPEECH 

BEHRINGER, CLARA, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With William P. Halstead 

National theatre organizations and theatre 
education. Pp. 641-673 in A history of 
speech education in America, ed. by Karl 
R. Wallace. Appleton-Century-Crofts, N.Y. 

BROCKRIEDE, WAYNE E., Instructor 
Reviews 

Parliamentary law for the layman, by Joseph 
F. O'Brien. Speech Teach., i:141. 

BURNS, KENNETH, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Teaching speech in high schools, by Willard 

J. Friederich and Ruth A. Wilco.x. Speech 

Teach., 3:220-221. 

CURRY, E THAYER, Associate Professor 

Are teachers good judges of their pupils' 
hearing. /. Internat. Council Exceptional 
Children, 21:15-29. 

FAIRBANKS, GRANT, Professor 
Articles 

A theory of the speech meclianism as a servo- 

svstem. Speech and Hearing Disorders, 19: 

1'33-139. 



With W. L. Everitt, R. P. Jaeger 

Method for time or frequency compression- J 

expansion of speech. Trans. IRE-PGA, 1 

^L'-2:7-12. ' 

GULLEY, HALBERT E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Hugh Seabury 

Speech education in twentieth-century public 

schools. Pp. 471-489 in A history of 

speech education in America, ed. by Karl 

R. Wallace. Appleton-Century-C^rofts, N.Y. 
Building audiences for debate. The Gavel, 

.-6:98-99. 
High school-college cooperation in forensic 

programs. Illinois Speech News, S:ll-12. 
High school speech programs and the SAA 

report. Central States Speech J., 5:8-11. 
The deliberation continuum. The Gavel, 36: 

63-65. 

HEWITT, BARNARD, Professor 
Books 

With Karl R. Wallace and others 

A history of speech education in America 
(ed.). Appleton-Century-Crofts, N. Y., 
687 pp. 

HULTZEN, LEE S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Phoneme, Allophone — Segment. Quart. J. 
Speech, 40 :260-26S. 
Reviews 

The study of language, by John B. CarroH. 
Quar. J. Speech, 40:81. 

KELLY, JAMES C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

A summer residential program in hearing 
education. /. Speech and Hearing Dis- 
orders, 19:17-27. 
The older hard-of-hearing child. The Volta 
Review, 5(5:403-405. 

MURPHY, RICHARD, Professor 
Articles 

With Marie Hochmuth 

Rhetorical and elocutionary training in nine- 
teenth-century colleges. Pp. 153-177 in A 
history of speech education in America, ed. 
Karl R. Wallace. Appleton-Century-Crofts, 
N.Y. 

Articles 

Quests for certainty in the schools. Quart. 
J. Speech, 40:325-331. 
Reviews 

Sturgis standard code of parliamentary pro- 
cedure, by Alice F. Sturgis. Mason's 
manual of legislative procedure, by Paul 
Mason. The Speech Teacher, j: 141- 142. 

Charles Dickens — his tragedy and triumph, 
by Edgar Johnson. Quart. J. Speech, 40 : 
85-86. 

NADEAU, RAYMOND E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Talaeus versus Farnaby on style. Speech 
Monographs, ii:59-63. 
Reviews 

The ruling power, by James H. Oliver. Quar. 
J. Speech, 40:A5i. 

PARRISH, WAYLAND M., Professor 
Books 

With Marie Hochmuth 

American speeches. Longmans, Green, & Co., 
N.Y. 518 pp. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 55 



Articles 

Interpreting emotion in poetrv. Southern 
Steech J., i9: 205-2 13. 

WALLACE, KARL F., Professor 
Books 

With others 

A history of speech education in America: 
Hackiirounci studies (ed.). Appleton-Cen- 
tury-Crofts, N'.V., ti87 pp. 

Articles 

The field of speech : an overview. Quart. J. 
Speech, 40 -A 17-129. 



THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

BORESl. ARTHUR P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A refinement of the theory of buckling of 
rings under uniform pressure. /. Appl. 
Mech., Paper No. 54-A-a. 
With T. J. Dolan 

Etude critique de las methode de prot pour 
les essois de fatigue. Revue General De 
Meconique, .^5:55-60. 

CLARK. MARLYN E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. T. Corten, O. M. Sidebottom 

Inelastic behavior of ductile members under 

dead loading. Bull. III. Eng. Exp. Sta. 

No. 42u. 

CORTEX, HERBERT T., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. E. Clark, O. M. Sidebottom 

Inelastic behavior of ductile members under 
dead loading. Bull. 111. Eng. Exp. Sta. 
No. 426. 

With T. Dimoff, T. J. Dolan 

An appraisal of the prot method of fatigue 
testing. Amer. Sac. Test. Mat. Preprint 
69. 

With T. J. Dolan, G. M. Sinclair 

An experimental study of the influence of 
fluctuating stress amplitude on the fatigue 
life of 75S-T6 aluminum. Amer. Soc. Test. 
Mat. Preprint 70. 

With T. M. Elsesser 

The influence of repeated loads on the resid- 
ual stresses in inelasticallv deformed beams. 
Tech. Report 38, OXR Contract N6-ori-071 
(0-t), Amer. Soc. Mech Engrs. Preprint 
54-F-13. 

CRAMER, RALPH E., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Investigation of failures in control-cooled 

railroad rails. Proc. Amer. Rly. Eng. 

Assn., 55:779-783. 
Twelfth progress report on shelly rail studies 

at the University of Illinois. Proc. Amer. 

Rly. Eng. Assn., 55:832-840. 
Studies of failure in control-cooled rails. 

Proc. Amer. Rly. Eng. Assn., 55:1099-1101. 
Shelly rail studies at the University of Illi- 
nois. Proc. Amer. Rly. Eng. Assn., 55: 

1108-1110. 

With R. S. Jensen 

Progress reports of investigation of railroad 
rails and joint bars. Reprint III. Engng. 
Exp. Sta. Series No. 53. 



DOLAN, THOMAS J., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Fatigue as a factor in pressure vessel design. 
Amer. Welding Soc, IVelding J. Res. Sup- 
plements, i9,6:26Ss. 
You can better fatigue life, hut never predict 

it exactly. Soc. Auto. Eng. J., p. 105. 
Fatigue damage. Soc. Exp. Stress Analysis 
Notes, Chicago Section, 1, 3:3-18. 
With H. T. Corten, T. Dimoff, M. Sugi 

An appraisal of the prot method of fatigue 
testing: Part II. .4mcr. Soc. Testing 
.Mats., preprint No. 69. 
With C. E. Woak 
Applications of experimental stress analysis 
to torsion research. Proc. Soc. Exp. Stress 
Analysis, 12,1:79-91. 
With H. T. Corten, G. M. Sinclair 

An experimental study of the influence of 
fluctuating stress amplitude on the fatigue 
life of 7SS-T6 aluminum. Tech. Rejiort 
No. 37, ONR Contract N6-ori-071(04). 
Proc. Amer. Soc. Testing Mats., preprint 
No. 70. 
Reviews 

The rot accelerated fatigue test. Proc. Amer. 
Soc. Testing Mats., p. 892. 

ELSESSER, THADDEUS M., Instructor 
Articles 

With H. T. Corten 

The influence of repeated loads on the resid- 
ual stresses in inelastically deformed beams. 
Amer. Soc. Test. .Mat. preprint S4-F-13. 

JENSEN, RUSSELL S., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Twelfth progress report of the rolling-load 
tests of joint bars. Proc. Amer. Rly. Eng. 
Assn., 55:814-828. 
Joint bar research at the University of Illi- 
nois. Proc. Amer. Rly. Eng. Assn., 55: 
1104-1107. 

With R. E. Cramer 

Progress reports of investigation of railroad 
rails and joint bars. Reprint 111. Engng. 
Exp. Sta. Series No. S3. 

KESLER, CLYDE E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Statistical relation between cylinder, modified 
cube, and beam strength of plain concrete. 
Amer. Soc. Testing Mats., preprint No. 88. 

With Yoshiro Higuchi 

Determination of compressive strength of con- 
crete by usin5 its sonic properties. Proc. 
Amer. Soc. Testing Mats., 5i:1044-1051. 
1953. 

LANGHAAR, HENRY L., Professor 

Articles 

With D. R. Carver 

On the strain energy of shells. /. Appl. 
Mech., 21, 1:81-82. 

With M. C. Stippes 

Three-dimensional stress functions. /. Frank- 
lin Inst., 25^:5:371-382. 
Reviews 

Dimensional methods and their application, 
by C. M. Fockcn. Appl. Mech. Rev., 2734: 
379. 



56 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MARTIN, DAVID E., Instructor 

Articles 

With II". .V. Findlcy, IV. I. Mitchell 

Combined bending and torsion fatigue tests of 

25S-T aluminum alloy. Proc. 2nd U.S. 

Cong. Apl^l. Mech. 

ROl'.ERTSOX, JAMES M., Professor 
Articles 

Some facts about cavitation. Penn. State 

Univ. Eny. Rev., Summer 1954:10-12. 
Water tunnel — tool in aerodynamic research. 

Aero Digest, 69:34-38. 
More research on aerated flow needed. Civil 
Eng., 2-/:80.S. 

With A. F. Lehman 

Theodolite found useful ni hydraulic testing. 
Civil Eng., 2-/: 740-741. 
With Donald Ross 

An empirical method for calculation of the 
growth of a turbulent boundary layer. /. 
Aero. Sci., 21:355. 
Reviews 

The structure of turbulence in fully developed 
pipe flow, by J. Laufer. Apf^l. Mech. Rev., 
7:29. 

Detennination of boundary-layer transition 
Reynolds numbers by surface-temperature 
measurement of a 10° cone in various 
NACA supersonic wind tunnels, bv A. O. 
Ross. Appl. Mech. Rev., 7:171. 

Propeller cavitafion: some observations from 
16 in. propeller tests in the new King's 
College Cavitation tunnel, by L. C. Burrill 
and A. Emerson. .4ppl. Mech. Rev., 7:516. 

SIDEBOTTOM, OMAR M., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With M. E. Clark, H. T. Corten 

Inelastic behavior of ductile members under 
dead loading. Bull. III. Eng. Exp. Sta. 
426. 47 pp. 

SINCLAIR, GEORGE M., Research Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With H. T. Corten, T. J. Dolan 

An experimental study of the influence of 
fluctuating stress amplitude on the fatigue 
life of 7SS-T6 aluminum. Tech. Report 
No. 37, ONR Contract N6-ori-071 (04). 
Proc. Amrr. Soc. Testing Mats., preprint 
No. 70. 

With J. C. Levy 

An investigation of strain aging in fatigue. 
Tech. Report No. 39, ONR Contract No. 
X6-ori-071(04). 

Reviews 

Tungsten — its metallurgy, properties and ap- 
plications, by Colin J. Smithells. Appl. 
Mech. Rev., May. 

STEELE, MONTGOMERIE C, Research 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
With L. C. Eichberger 

The use of foil gages to measure large strains 

under high fluid pressures. Tech. Report 

No. 1, OOR Contract No. DA-11-022- 

ORD-1S27. 
Reviews 

Analysis of deformation, Vol. 1, Mathematical 

theory, by Keith Swainger. Appl. Mech. 

Rev., 7:12. 



An experimental study of the propagation of 
transient longitudinal deformations in elas- 
toplastic media. Appl. Mech. Rev., 7-4. 

STIPPES, MARVIN, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. E. Beckett 

Symmetrically loaded circular plates. J. 

Franklin Inst., 257:465-477. 

With H. L. Langhaar 

Three-dimensional stress functions. /. Frank- 
lin Inst., 255:371-382. 

VIEST, IVAN M., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Proposed definitions and notations for pre- 
stressed concrete. Discussion. /. Atner. 
Concr., Inst., Proc. 49:88-89, 1953. 

With K. G. Moody, R. C. Elstner, 
E. Hognestad 
Shear strength of reinforced concrete beams. 
Part I — tests of simple beams. /. Amer. 
Concr. Inst., 26:317-332. 

Wtth C. P. Siess 

Design of channel shear connectors for com- 
posite I-Beam bridges. Public Roads, 28: 
9-16. 



VETERINARY MEDICINE, COLLEGE OF 

ALBERTS, JOSEPH O., Professor 

Articles 

With F. H. White, G. I. Wallace 

Serological and electron microscope studies of 
chronic respiratory disease agent of chickens 
and of turkey sinusitis agent. Ponltrv Sci., 
ii:500-5O7. 

BEAMER, PAUL D., Professor 
Articles 

With Norman D. Levine, William 
C. Marquardt 
Failure of bacteria-free Trichomonas to cause 
atrophic rhinitis in young pigs. /. Amer. 
Vet. Med. Assoc, 125:61-63. 

BISWAL, GANESWAR, Assistant 
Articles 

Additional histological findings in the chicken 
reproductive tract. Poultry Sci., jj:843-8S1. 

liRYAN, HAROLD S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Studies on leptospirosis in domestic animals. 

III. Incidence of leptospirosis in cattle and 

swine in Illinois. /. Atner. Vet. Med. 

Assoc, 124:423-426. 
With M. E. Mansfield, Robert Graham 

Studies on bovine brucellosis immunization: 

controlled experiments with B.A.I. Strain 

19 and Huddleson's mucoid vaccines. Proc. 

57th Ann. Mtg. U. S. Livestock Sanitary 

Assoc, pp. 124-134. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT, Dean 
Articles 

With H. S. Bryan, M. E. Mansfield 

Studies on bovine brucellosis immunization: 
controlled experiments with B.A.I. Strain 
19 and Huddleson's mucoid vaccines. Proc 
57th Ann. Mtg. U. S. Livestock Sanitary 
Assoc, pp. 124-134. 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA 57 



HANSO.N, LVLE E., Instructor 
Articles 

Separation of Newcastle disease atid infectious 

bronchitis viruses in mixed infections. 

Poultry Sci., 3S -.223-230. 

LEVINE, NORMAN D., Professor 
Articles 

Leuc<ycyto:oon in the avian order Colunibi- 
formes, with a description of L. Marchou.ri 
Mathis and Leger 1910 from the mourning 
dove. /. Protozoal., i: 140-1 43. 
With Virginia Ifcns 

The effects of some phenothiazine derivatives 
and analogs on the free-living stages of 
horse strongyles. Amer. J. Vet. Res., 15: 
349-351. 
The toxicity of some rlkyl sodium sulfate 
detergents for horse strongyle (Nematoda) 
eggs and larvae. /. Parasitol., '/0:419-423. 
With IVilliam C. Marquardt 

A simple technic for obtaining egg and serum 
slants free of bubbles. Ainer. J. Trop. 
.Med. Hyg., .^: 195-196. 
With William C. Marquardt. Paul D. Bcamer 
Failure of bacteria-free Trichomonas to cause 
atrophic rhinitis in young pigs. /. Amer. 
Vet. Med. Assoc, 125:61-63. 

LINK, ROGER P., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. E. St. Clair 

Some metabolic studies on hypophysectomized 
pigs. Endocrinology, 54:290-295. 
With E. F. Reber 

Observations on bovine hyperkeratosis. North 
Amer. Vet., 35:274-276. 
IVith Jean C. Smith 

Treatment of canine tapeworms with atabrine. 
/. Amer. Vet. Med. Assoc, 125:461-462. 

MANSFIELD, MANFORD E., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With H. S. Bryan, Robert Graham 

Studies on bovine brucellosis immunization : 
controlled experiments with B.A.I. Strain 
19 and Huddleson's mucoid vaccines. Proc 
57th Ann. Mtg. U. S. Livestock Sanitary 
Assoc, pp. 124-134. 

MORRILL. CHARLES C, Professor 

Articles 

With G. Biswal, Emily L. Dorstewitz 

Glands in the submucosa of the porcine colon. 
Cornell Vet., 44:93-102. 

With G. Bis-val 

The pathology of the reproductive tract of 
laying pullets affected with Newcastle dis- 
ease. Poultry Sci., ii:880-897. 

REBER, ELWOOD F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

IVith Roger P. Link 

Observations on bovine hyperkeratosis. North 
Amer. Vet., 35:274-276. 

With D. A. Willigan 

The effects of a chlorophyll derivative when 
included in a ration fed rats. II. Repro- 
duction, blood, and tissue studies. Amer. 
J. Vet. Res., i5 :643-646. 

RHOADES, HARRY E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The illustration of the morphology of Vibrio 

fetus by electron microscopy. Amer. J. Vet. 

Res., 75:630-633. 



ST. CLAIR, L. E., Professor 

Articles 

With R. P. Link 

Some metabolic studies on hypophysectomized 
pigs. Endocrinology, 57:290-295. 

SAMPSON, JESSE, Professor 
Articles 

Blood sugar and liver glycogen in ketosis of 

the ruminant. Amer. Vet. .Med. Assoc, 

124:341-343 

WATRACH, ADOLPH M., Instructor 

Articles 

With 1. M. Lauder, W. B. Martin, E. B. 

Gordon, D. D. Laicson, R. S. F. Campbell 
A survey of canine distemper. Vet. Rec, 66: 

607-611. 
A survey of canine distemper. Vet. Rec, 66: 
623-631. 

WOODS, GEORGE T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A comparison of individual can and weigh- 
vat sampling for the Brucella ring test. 
North Amer. Vet., .?5: 103- 104. 
Field results with Huddleson's Brucella M 
vaccine in fourten Illinois herds. /. Amer. 
Vet. Med. Assoc, 727:310-313. 



ZOOLOGY 

ADAMSTONE, FRANK B., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 

With IV. Shumzvay 

A laboratory manual of vertebrate embry- 
ology. John Wiley & Sons, N.Y. 98 pp. 

Introduction to vertebrate embryology. John 
Wiley & Sons, N.Y. 389 pp. 

CORLISS, JOHN O., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The ciliated protozoan Tetrahymena pyri- 

formis (alias "Colpidium striatum") . Caro- 

lina Tips, 17:5. 
The buccal apparatus and systematic status 

of Glaucoma frontata C'L>allasia frontata 

Stokes"). /. Morphol., 97:199-219. 
An open letter to the editor. /. Protozoal., 1:'\. 
The published works of Ix)rande Loss Wood- 
ruff. /. Protozoal., 1:7-10. 
The literature on Tetrahymena : its history, 

growth, and recent trends. /. Protozoal., 

l:\56-\69. 
Dr. Penard and America. /. Protozoal., 1: 

191. 
Reviews 

The genus Euglena, by Mary Gojdics. Amer. 

Scientist, 72:168, 170. 
The biology of Paramecium, by Ralph Wich- 

terman. Amer. J. Sci., 152:382-383. 

FISHER, HARVEY I., Associate Profes.sor 
Books 

General zoology notes and study (juestions. 
Stipes Publ. Co., Champaign, HI., 106 pp. 
l-Fif/i James Kilzmiller 

Laboratory exercises in general zoology. 
Sti|)es Publ. Co., Champaign, 111., 187 pp. 
Reviews 

The California condor, by Carl 1!. Koford. 

Auk, 71:91-93. 
Vertebrate dissection, by Warren F. Walker. 
Sci. .Monthly, 79:264. 



58 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



HALL, B. VINCENT, Professor 
ArMcles 

Studies of nor!ii.il glomerular structure. 
Proc. fifth AiDinal Conference on the 
Nephrotic Syndrome, pp. 1-39. 

HOFFMEISTER, DONALD F., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Distribution of some Illinois mammals. Nat. 

Hist. Miscellanea, No. 128, pp. 1-4. 
Observations on mammals in southeastern 

Arizona. Nat. Hist. Miscellanea, No. 129, 

p. 1. 
Zoogeographical relationships of the mammals 

of Illinois. Trans. III. Acad. Sex., 46:212- 

215. 

With IVoodrozv IV. Goodpaster 

Life history of the golden mouse, Peromys- 

ctis nuttalli, in Kentucky. J. Mammal., i5: 

16-17. 
The mammals of the Huachuca Mountains, 

southeastern Arizona. ///. Biol. Monogr., 

24,\:\-\S2. 

INGLE, LESTER, Professor 
Books 

Animal biology. Complete revision — Labora- 
tory and lecture outline. Stipes Publ. Co., 
Cliamijaign, Illinois. 287 pp. 

Articles 

Summation of toxicity relating to chlordane. 
Special Bull., 304-7 (Aug.), Velsicol Cor- 
poration, Chicago, III. 25 pp. 

KENDEIGH, S. CHARLES, Professor 
Articles 

History and evaluation of various concepts of 
plant and animal communities in North 
America. Ecology, j5: 152-171. 
Winter bird population study: oak-maple 
forest and forest edge. Audubon Field 



Notes, 8:282. 
Eighteenth breeding - 
forest and forest 
Notes, 8:370-371. 



-bird census: oak-maple 
edge. Audubon Field 



KITZMILLER, JAMES B., Assistant Professor 
Books 

With Harvey I. Fisher 

Laboratory exercises in general zoology. 
Stipes Publ. Co., Champaign, 111. 187 pp. 
Articles 

Cytology and genetics of mosquitoes. Proc. 
9th Annual Meeting, N.C. States Branch, 
Ent. Soc. Amer., pp. 49-50. 

With Hanncs Laven 

Kreuzungsversuche zwischen europaischen 
und amerikanischen formen des Ciilex 
pipiens Komplexes. Z. f. Tropenriiedizin 
und Parasitologie, 5:317-323. 

With Don W. Micks 

Techniques for rearing Culex mosquitoes. 

Amer. Midi. Nat., 52:253-256. 

KRUIDENIER, FRANCIS J., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

A seal host of the acanthocephalan Coryno- 

soma: correction. /. Parasitol., 40:363-364. 
Policv on record. Gamma .Alpha Record, 44, 

4:46-51. 
Parasites are your problem. Gamma Alpha 

Record, ^-?,4:51-SS. 



KUDO, RICHARD R., Professor Emeritus 
Books 

Protozoology. 4th ed. Charles C. Thomas, 

Springfield, 111. 966 pp. 
Articles 

On the cytoplasmic fibrils of Lophomonas 
striata. J. Proto.~ool., i :80-82. 

SHELFORD, VICTOR E., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

An experimental approach to the study of 

bird populations. Wilson Bull., 66,4:253- 

258. 
The antelope population and solar radiation. 

/. Mammal., j5, 4:533-538. 
Some lower Mississippi Valley flood plain 

biotic communities; their age and elevation. 

Ecology, 55:125-142. 

SHOEMAKER, HURST H., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With William Childers 

Time of feeding of the black crappie and the 

white crappie. ///. Acad. Sci. Trans., 46: 

227-230. 

SMITH, HOBART M., Associate Professor 
Books 

Lectures in comparative anatomy. Hutner & 
Wroughton, Danville, 111. 160 pp. 

With Julien Branson 

Pet turtles. All-Pets Books, Inc., Fond du 
Lac, Wisconsin. 24 pp. 

Articles 

Proposed use of the plenary powers to sup- 
press "Palmatotriton" (Class Amphibia, 
order Caudata). Bull. Zool. Nom., 9,8: 
247-249. 

Try reptiles or amphibians. All-Pets Mag., 
25,6:35-36. 

A brief resume of evolution of kidney types 
in vertebrates. Turtox Neivs, 52,8:158-161. 

With Carlos B. Biimcahem 

A new race of Urosaurus hicarinatus (Rep- 
tilia: Squamata) from Chiapas, Mexico. 
Herpetologica, J0:181-183. 

Additional records and descriptions of Mexi- 
can frogs of the genus Plectrohyla. Her- 
petologica, 10:61-66. 

With Donald M. Darling 

A collection of reptiles and amphibians from 
eastern Mexico. Trans. Kans. Acad. Sci., 
57,2:180-195. 
With Dave A. Langebartel 

Summary of the Norris collection of reptiles 
and amphibians from Sotiora, Mexico. 
Herpetologica, iO: 125-136. 

With Thomas MacDottgall 

The status and origin of the geckos of the 
genus Sphacrodactylus on the Pacific slope 
of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Mexico. 
Herpetologica, 10:21-30. 

THOMAS, LYELL J., Professor 
Acticles 

With Bert B. Babero, Vincent Gallicchio, 
Richard J. Laccy 
Echinococcosis on St. Lawrence Island, 
Alaska. Science, i20, 3131 :1102-1 103. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 



COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

CROWNS AND FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES 

RAZOLA, FRED X., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Clinical cro'vn and bridge prosthesis as taught 
at tlie University of Illinois College of 
Dentistry. J. Dent. Ediic, i7:177-186. 

TYLMAX, STAXLEY D., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 

Theory and practice of crown and bridge pros- 
tlio<.iontics, 3rd ed C. V. Mosby and Co., 
St. Louis. 1017 pp. 
The yearbook of dentistry, 1954 (ed.). Year- 
book Publisliing Co., Chicago. 464 pp. 

HISTOLOGY 

DuliRUL, E. LLOYD, Assistant Professor 

Books 

Uith H. Sicker 

The adaptive chin: a inonograph in American 

Lecture Series in Aantomy. Chas. C. 

Thomas, Springfield, 111. 97 pp. 

JAMES, VERDA E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With I. Sclwur, et al. 

Response of human pulp to gutta percha and 

cavity preparation. J. Amer. Dent. Assn., 

49:639-650. 

SCHOUR, ISAAC, Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With S. A'. Bhaskar, et al. 

The growth rate of the tibia of the ia rat 
from 17 days insemination age to 30 days 
after birth. Anat. Rec, iiP :231-240. 
With V. E. James, et al. 

Response of human pulp to gutta percha and 
cavity preparation. J. Amer. Dent. Assn., 
■/9:639-650. 

With B. G. Sarnat 

Oral and facial cancer. Dent. Radiog. and 
Phoiog., 27:1-16. 

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 

SPEXCE, TOHX M., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With Max S. Sadove, Gordon M. M''y ant 

Thichloroethylene in dentistry : general anes- 
thesia. /. Amer. Dent. Assn., 48:425-432. 

With Verda E. James, Isaac Schour 

Response of human pulp to gutta-percha and 
cavity preparation. J. Amer. Dent. Assn., 
49:639-650. 

ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 

LASKIX, DAXIEL M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With I. B. Robinson, J. P. Weinmann 

The experimental production of sarcomas by 

methyl methacrvlate implants. Proc. Soc. 

Exf. Biol, and SJed., 87:329-332. 



With B. G. Sarnat 

Cartilage and cartilage implants. Surg., Gyn. 
and Obst., 99:521-541. 

RORIXSOX, IR\YIX 15., Instructor 

Articles 

il'ith D. M. Laskin, J. P. Weinmann 

The experitnental production of sarcomas by 

methyl niethacrylate implants. Proc. Soc. 

Exr. Biol.^and Med., 87:329-332. 

SARXAT, BERNARD G., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

With M. D. Rosen 

A comparison of the volume of the left and 
right maxillary sinuses in dogs. .-Inat. Rec, 
120:65-71. 

With D. M. Laskni 

Cartilage and cartilage imfjlants. Surg., G\n. 
and Obst., 99:521-541. 

With R. N. Akamine, M. B. F.ngel 

Histochemical studies of cartilage implants. 
/. Bone Joint Surg., jd-.-l :1 166-1 174. 



ORAL PATHOLOGY 

BHASKAR, S. X., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With A. G. Nutlay, et al. 

The effect of estrogen on the supporting struc- 
tures of molars in rats and mice. /. Dent. 
Res., ii:115-127. 
With J. P. Weinmann, et al. 

The growth rate of the tribia of the rat from 
17 days insemination age to 30 days after 
birth. Anat. Rec, 119:231-245. 

MEYER, JULIA, Research Associate 

Articles 

With L. C. iJacapanpan, et al. 

Mitotic activity of fibroblasts after damage to 

the periodontal membrane of rat molars. 

/. Periodont., 25:105-112. 

WEIXMAXX, JOSEPH P., Professor. 
Articles 

With S. N. Bhaskar, et al. 

The growth rate of the tibia of the rat from 
17 days insemination age to 30 days after 
birth. Anat. Rec, 119:231-245. 

With D. M. Laskin, et al. 

Experimental production of sarcomas by 
methyl methacrylate implants. Trans. Bull., 
i:20o-207. 
With L. C. Macapanpan 

The influence of injury to the periodontal 
membrane on the spread of gingival in- 
flammation. /. Dent. Res., 33:263-272. 
With L. C. Macapanpan, et al. 

Mitotic activity of fibroblasts after damage to 
the periodontal membrane of rat molars. /. 
Periodont., 23:105-112. 
Early tissue changes following tooth move- 
ment in rats. Angle Orthodontist, 24:79-95. 



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WEINMANN, JOSEPH P., (continued) 

Articles (continued) 

inth A. C. Nut lay, ct al. 

The effect of estrogen on the supporting struc- 
tures of molars in rats and mice. J. Dent. 
Res., ij:l 15-127. 

With H. Sichcr 

Bone pathology: (1) Fibrous dysplasia of 
bone; (2) (iementomas. Intcrnat. Dent. J., 
4:684-692. 



ORTHODONTICS 

BRODIE, ALLAN G., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

The fourth dimension in orthodontia. Angle 

Orthodontist, 2-/: 15-30. 

With Luc C. Macapanfan, Joseph P. Wcinmann 
Early tissue changes following tooth move- 
ment in rats. Angle Orthodontist, 24:79-95. 

With Jacob D. Subtclny 

An analysis of orthodontic expansion in uni- 
lateral cleft lip and cleft palate patients. 
Amcr. J. Orthod., 40:686-697. 

ENGEL, MILTON B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With N. R. Joseph, H. R. Catchpole 

The effect of parathyroid extract on ground 
substance and calcium of bone, in metabolic 
interrelations with s]iecial references to cal- 
cium. Trans. 5th Conf., ed. by E. C. Reif- 
enstein. Jr., Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation, 
New York, 1953. 



Equilibrium of calcium and other ions in con- 
nective tissue, in metabolic interrelations 
with special reference to calcium. Trans. 
5th ^ Conf., ed. by E. C. Reifenstein, Jr., 
Tosiah Macy, Jr., Foundation, New York, 
1953. 

Homeostasis of connective tissues. I. Cal- 
cium-sodium equilibrium. A.M. A. Arch. 
Path., 55:26-39. 

Homeostasis of connective tissues. II. Po- 
tassium-sodium equilibrium. A.M. A. Arch. 
Path., 55:40-58. 
With Ralph N. Akamine, Bernard G. Sarnat 

Histochemical studies of cartilage implants. 
J. Bone and Joint Surg., j(5-/} : 1166-1 174. 

PEDODONTICS 

MASSLER, MAURY, Professor 
Articles 

Is sodium fluoride best for topical applica- 
tion? J. Dent. Childr., 21:14-22. 

Inhibition of acid action by silicofluorides. 
Queensland Dental J., (5:178-186. 

Changes in the lamina dura during tooth 
movement. Amer. J. Orthod., 40:364-372. 
With A. J. M alone 

Root resorption in human permanent teeth. 
Amer. J. Orthod., 40:619-633. 
With J. G. Perreault 

Root resorption in permanent teeth of young 
adults. /. Dent. Childr., 2i :158-164. 

With J. J. Pindborg, C. Mohammed 

A compilation of epidemiologic studies in 
dental caries. Amer. J. Pub. Health, 44: 
1357-1361. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 61 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 

ANATOMY 

r.ONlX. GERHARDT VON, Professor 
Reviews 

Cytoarchitecture of the human brainstem, by 

Jerzy Olszewski and Donald liaxter. /. 

ComC. Xeuro!., 101. 
Principles of neurology, bv Walther Riese. 

/. Comf'. Xciirol., 101. 
The human diencei)halon, bv H. Kuhlenbeck. 

/. Comf. Xfurol., 101. 
The pyramidal tract, its status in medicine, 

by Arthur M. Lassek. /. Comp. Neurol., 

101. 

COOPER, ARTHUR R., Professor 
Articles 

On the occurrence of beryllium, boron, cobalt 

and mercury in human tissues. /. Biol. 

Chcni., .'09:857-865. 

LA VELLE, ARTHUR, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. Liu, F. W. LaVelle. 
Acid phosphatase activity as related to nu- 
cleic acid sites in the nerve cell. Anat. 
Rec, 119:303-324. 

PLAGGE, TAMES C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Transfer of estrogens between rats united in 
parabiosis. Anat. Rec, 119:\S7-212. 

VICARI, FRANK A., Instructor 
Articles 

Pathology of the appendix. Arch, of Surg., 
6S ■.329-336. 

ZIMMERMANN, ARNOLD A., Professor 
Articles 

Die Entwicklung der Hautfarbe beim Neger 

vor der Geburt. Thurg. Naturfor.<:ch. Ge- 

sellsch., 33 -.33-7 \. 



BACTERIOLOGY 

KEMPF, J. EMERSON, Professor 

Articles 

With Ralph Spaeth, et al. 

Prophylaxis of epidemic parotitis the antibody 
response following injection of mumps anti- 
gen in varying dosage. /. Lab. and Clin. 
Med., 43:647-659. 

With C. A. Johnson, O. Bergeim 

The amino acids of chorio-allantoic membranes 
and the influence of virus infection. /. 
Biol. Chcm., 2ii:757-762. 

LE BEAU, LEON J., Instructor 

Reviews 

Global epidemiology — a geography of dis- 
ease and sanitation, by J. S. Simmons, 
et al. A.M. A., Arch. Path., 57:445. 

NEWCOMB, MELVA D., Instructor 

Articles 

With M. G. Sevag, R. E. Miller 

Phosphatase-antiphosphatase reaction. Compe- 
tition between the specific substrate and 
antiphosphatase for phosphatase. /. linmun., 
72:1-11. 



SCHERR, GEORGE H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With .1/. Fishnian, R. H. ll'eazer 

The mutagenicity of some carcinogenic com- 
pounds for Escherichia coli. Genetics, 39: 
141-149. 
The laboratory diagnosis of mycotic infections. 

I. Histoplasmosis. Nebraska State Medical 
J., J9:339-341. 

The laboratory diagnosis of mycotic infections. 

II. ;\Ioniliasis. Nebraska State Medical J., 
39:342-346. 

A new type of impregnated paper disc for 
determining microbial sensitivity to anti- 
biotics and other cliemotherapeutic agents. 
Aiitibiot. Chemother., •/: 1007-1010. 
With J. A. Severens, et al. 

The effect of cortisone and somatotropiiic 
hormone on vaccinia virus lesions and 
benzyl alcohol toxicity in the embryonated 
egg. /. Infect. Di., 95:160-164. 

TAYLOR, WELTON I., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

The effect of antibiotics on spores of Clos- 
tridium septicum in vivo. Antibiot. 
Chemother., 4:673-677. 

VI CHER, EDWARD E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With E. A. Pachtman, 71/. /. Brunner 

The bacteriologic flora in seborrheic derma- 
titis. /. Invest. Dermat., 22:389-395. 



BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

BERGEIM, OLAF, Professor 
Articles 

With A. L. Sheffner 

Effects of adrenocorticotropic hormone 
(ACTH) upon free amino acid levels of 
plasma and tissues. Arch. Biochem. and 
Biophys., 49:327-334. 

With C. A. Johnson, J. E. Keinpf 

The free amino acids of chick chorio-allantoic 
membranes and the influence of virus in- 
fection. /. BioL Chem., 211:757-762. 

BINKLEY, STEPHEN B., Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Brown 

Growth requirements for a penicillin sensitive 
Sarcina lutea. /. Bad., 08:380-381. 

JOHNSON, CLARENCE A., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Kempf, O. Bergeim 

The free amino acids of chick chorio-allantoic 
membranes and the influence of virus infec- 
tion. /. Biol. Chem., 211:757-762. 

KOHN, PAUL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. E. Carter et al. 

Streptothricin. I. Preparation, properties, 
and hydrolysis products. /. Amer. Chem. 
Soc, 76:566-569. 



62 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



RAFELSON, MAX E., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

IVitli K. Mold are et al. 

In vitro conversion of radioglucose to free 
and protein-bound amino acids by virus- 
infected mouse brain. Arch. Biochem., 50: 
383-391. 
With G. Ehrensvard et al. 

Utilization of acetate-1-C" for the synthesis 
of trvptophan in Aerobacter aerogcnes. J 
Biol. 'Chew., 211:725-735. 

WINZLER, RICHARD J., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

IVith A. D. Williams, L. W. Law 

The effects of A-methopterin on the in vitro 
incorporation of P^-04 into normal and 
leukemic mouse tissues. Cancer Research, 
14:\},5-US. 

With K. Moldave et al. 

In vitro conversion of radioglucose to free 
and protein-bound amino acids by virus- 
infected mouse brain. Arch. Biochem. and 
Biofhys., 561:383-391. 

With T. C. Briiice, N. Kharasch 

The thyroxine-like activity of some new thy- 
roxine analogues in amphibia. J. Biol. 
Chem., 210:1-9. 



CLINICAL SCIENCE 

BENJAMIN, FRED B., Research Associate 
Articles 

With T. Cornbteet 

Analgesic effects of cortisone and hydro- 
cortisone. A. ALA. Arch. Dermat. Svphil., 
(59:688-693. 

Cutaneous sodium and potassium determined 
by reverse iontophoresis. J. Invest. 
Dermat., 23:287-292. 

Effect of local adrenocortical hormones on 
cutaneous spreading. Arch. Dermat. Svphil., 
70:483-487. 

GORDON, ARCHER S., Research Associate 
Articles 

With M. H. Kaiser, C. W. Frye 

Postural hypotension induced by atropine sul- 
fate. Circulation, 70:413-422. 

With M. H. Kaiser, R. D. Miller, C. W. Frye 
Measurement of atropine-induced vascular 
pooling. Circulation, i0:423-429. 

HWANG, KAO, Research Associate 
Articles 

Mechanism of transportation of the content 

of the esophagus. /. Appl. Physiol., d:781- 

796. 

IVY, A. C, Distinguished Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

Cholecystokinin. Chapter XIV in Polypep- 
tides Which Stimulate Smoothe Muscle, ed. 
by G. H. Goddum. Messrs. E. & S. 
Livingstone, England. 
Peristalsis. Chapter in Cyclopedia of Medi- 
cine, Surgery, and Specialties, revised, 
F. A. ]Javis Co. 
With D. Nelson, P. B. Scanto, R. Willheim 
Hepatic tumors in rats following the pro- 
longed ingestion of milk and egg yolk. 
Cancer Research, i-/:441-444. 



DERMATOLOGY 

BECKER, SAMUEL W., JR., Clinical 

Instructor 
Articles 

With a. J. Grtiber 

Dcvcloiiment of neutral low cost emolient 

lotion. Bull. Am. Soc. Hosp. Pharm., 11: 

73-76. 
CORNBLEET, THEODORE, Clinical 

Professor 
Articles 
With N. R. Joseph 

Recovery of normal and eczematous skin 

from alkali. J. Invest. Dermat., 2.i:45S-461. 
Liver vitamin A in Darier's atid Devergie's 

diseases. J. Invest. Dermat., 23:71-73. 
Negative test for heparin in mast cells of 

urticaria pigmentosa. A.M. A. Arch. Dermat. 

Syph., 70:347-348. 
Cutaneous sodium and potassium determined 

by reverse iontophoresis. /. Invest. Dermat., 

25:287-292. 
Analgesic effects of cortisone and hydrocorti- 
sone. A.M. A. Arch. Dermat. Svphil., 69: 

688-693. 
Effect of local adrenocortical hormones on 

cutaneous spreading. A.M. A. Arch. Dermat. 

Syphil., 70:483-487. 

DERBES, VINCENT J., Clinical Assistant 

Books 

With Thomas Weiss 

Reacciones desfavorables de cortisona y 
ACTH. Editor Tambori, Buenos Aires. 93 
pp. 

Articles 

With T. Haran 

Rib fractures from muscular effort with par- 
ticular reference to cough. Surgery, 35 : 
294-321. 

With R. C. Smith 

Acneform eruption on an infant after ante- 
partum and neonatal cortisone therapy. 
A.M.A. Arch. Dermat. Syphil. , 67:630. 

FELSHER, ZACHARY, Clinical Instructor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

Chapter 17, Collagen, reticulin, and elastin 
in Physiology and biochemistry of the skin, 
by Stephen Rothman. University of Chi- 
cago Press. Chicago, 741 pp. 

MITCHELL, JAMES H., Professor Emeritus 

Reviews 

Affections de la chevelure et due cuir chevelu: 
Anatomic, physiologic, pathologic, hygiene 
et therapeutigue. Public sous la direction 
de A. Desaux. A.M.A. Arch. Dermat. 
Syphil., 70:397; J. A.M. A., 156:622. 

NEUHAUSER, IRENE, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With E. L. Gustus 

Successful treatment of intestinal moniliasis 
with fatty acid-resin complex. A.M.A. 
Arch. Int. Med., 93:53-60. 

ROSTENBERG, ADOLPH, JR., Professor 
Articles 

Concepts of allergic sensitizations. Ind. Med. 
Surg., 23:1. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 63 



I nth J. K. llehstcr 

Mechanisms of cutaneous drug reactions, 

especia'.lv to antibiotics. J. A.M. A., 154: 
22\-22S.' 

ll'ith S. .1/. Bhiefarb 

Cutaneous reactions in tlic Ivmphoblastomas. 
A.M.A., Arch. Dermal. Syp'hil., 69:195-205. 
ll'ith a. J. Brcbis 

A study of the blockint; elTect of plasma and 
of lysed red blootl cells on delayed allergic 
reactions. /. Itn-est. Dermat., 2.^:3-5. 
The patch test. CP, i():10^-lll. 

KUr.lN. LOUIS. Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

.\cne. some recent coticepts of etiology and 
management. ///. Med. J., i06: 134-136. 

.SENEAR, FRAN'CIS E., Professor Emeritus 

Articles 

ll'ith F. J. Szymanski 

Cutaneous new growths of geriatric interest. 
J. Am. Geriatrics Soc, 2:240-246. 

SHELLOW, HAROLD, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Sensitization to acrvlic denture materials. 
J. A.M. A., 156:1527. 

SPIXKA, HAROLD M., Clinical Assistant 

(Rush) 
Reviews 

Physiology and biochemistry of the skin, by 

Stephen Rothman. Biol. Abstracts, 28: 

26182. 

SZYMANSKI. FREDERICK J., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 
With F. E. Senear 

Cutaneous new growth of geriatric interest. 

/. Am. Geriatrics Soc, 2:240-246. 

WEBER, LEONARD F.. Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Recent dermatologic hazards in industry. ///. 
Med. J., 105 :\7. 

Industrial dermatitis. ///. Med. J., 106:293. 



MEDICINE 

ARMSTRONG, S. HOWARD, Clinical 
Professor 

Articles 

IVith Katharine McLeod, Janet Walter, 
John Kukral 
The persistence in the blood of the radio- 
active label of albumin, gamma globulins, 
globulins of intermediate mobility studied 
with Sao and paper electrophoresis: methods 
and preliminary results. Lab. Clin. Med., 
4S:9l8-9i7. 

With R. M. Kark, J. A. Schoenberger, 
J. Shatkin, K. Sights 
Colloid osmotic pressures of serum proteins 
in nephrosis and cirrhosis: relations to 
electrophoretic distributions and average 
molecular weights. Clin. Investigation, 33, 
297-310. 

BAUMEISTER, CARL F., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

A new treatment for pruritis ani. /. Lancet, 
7-/:89. 



Pain in the chest, .liner. Prac. & Dig. 
Treat., 5:921-927. 

BERRVMAN, GEORGE HUGH, Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Obesity — a brief review of the problem. 

Metabolism, .>:544. 

BEST, WILLIAM R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An improved caliper for nieasurement of 

skinfold thickness. J. Lab. Clin. Med., 43: 

967-y7U. 

With L H. Striib et al. 

Utilization of intravenously administered 
fructose and invert sugar in normal human 
subjects. J. Clin. Nutr., 2:32-37. 
With H. Ryer, III, et al. 

The effect of vitamin supplementation on 
soldiers residing in a cold environment. 
Part 1. Physical performance and resjjonse 
to cold exposure. /. Clin. Nutr.. 2:97-132. 

The effect of vitamin supiilementation on 
soldiers residing in a cold environment. 
Part II. Psychological, biochemical, and 
other measurements. /. Clin. Nutr., 2: 
179-194. 

With J. Louis, L. R. Liiiiarci 

Methimazole granulocytopenia. III. Med. J., 
1U6:IW-143. 

With J. Louis et al. 

Bone marrow findings in infectious disease. 
Acta Haematologica, i2 :293-304. 
Reviews 

Water, electrolyte, and acid-base balance, by 
H. F. Weisberg. ///. Med. J., 105 :SS. 

With L. R. Limarsi 

Multiple myeloma, by I. Snap])er and L. B. 
Turner. Amer. J. Clin. Path., 24:209. 

BIRCH, CARROLL LAFLEUR, Professor 
Articles 

Women physicians graduating from University 
of Illinois. ///. Med. J., 5:268-269. 

BOIKAX, WILLIAM S., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With Rolf ^L Gunnar 

Aberrant conduction in supra ventricular 
extrasystoles eliminated by exercise. Amer. 
Ht. J., 47:626-629. 

BREI5IS, GEORGE J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. Rostenberg, Jr. 

A study of the blocking effect of plasma and 
of lysed red blood cells on delayed allergic 
reactions. /. Invest. Dermat., 23:1. 

COTSONAS, NICHOLAS J., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With B. I. Shnider 

Embolic mycotic aneurysms, a complication of 

bacterial endocarditis. Amer. J. Med., 16: 

246-255. 
Reviews 

The ballistocardiogram. A dynainic record of 

the heart beat, by J. R. Braunstein. G.P., 

9:127-129. 
Water, electrolyte and acid-base balance. 

Normal and pathologic physiology as a 

basis for therapy, by H. ¥. Weisberg. 

G.P., 9:120. 



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DOWLING, HARRY FILMORE, Professor 
and Head of Department 

Articles 

Pneumococcal and streptococcal infections. 
Chapter XIII, pp. 295-319, in Principles 
and Practices of Antibiotic Therapy, by 
Henry W'elch. Medical Encyclopedia, Inc., 
Blakiston Co., New York. 

The effect of the emergence of resistant 
strains on the future of antibiotic therapy. 
Antib. Ann., Medical Encyclopedia, Inc. 

Why do we give so many drugs. Med. Ann. 

Dist. Col., 2i,.S:248-2SU. 
Physician, heal thyself. Amer. Acad. G. P., 

69:73. 

With Harold W. Spies, Mark H. Lepper, 
Norman H. Blatt 

Tuberculous meningitis — treatment with 
streptomycin, para-aminosalicylic acid and 
promizole, isoniazid and streptomycin and 
isoniazid. Amer. Rev. T.B., 69,2:192-204. 

With George G. Jackson, Mark H. Lepper 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: I. 
Technique and patterns of lysis. /. Lab. 
Clin. Med., 44:\4-2^. 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: II. 
Ejiidemiologic studies among patients, house- 
hold contacts, and hospital personnel. /. 
Lab. Clin. Med., 44:29-40. 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: III. 
Relationship to antibiotic sensitivity and 
resistance. /. Lab. Clin. Med., ■^4:41-50. 

With Walter S. Wood, Gilbert P. Kipnis, 
Harold W. Spies, Mark H. Lepper, 
George Gee Jackson 

Tetracycline therapy — clinical and laboratory 
observations on one hundred eighty-four 
patients treated with tetracycline. A.ALA. 
94:iS\-i62. 

With S. Kofman, M. H. Lepper, G. G. Jackson 

The use of trypsin or streptokinase-strepto- 
dornas for the therapy and prevention of 
atelectasis. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 228:432- 
439. 

With M. H. Lepper, S. Kofman, N. Blatt, 
G. G. Jackson . 

Effect of eight antibiotics useil singly and in 
combination on the tracheal flora following 
tracheotomy in poliomyelitis. Antibiotics & 
Chemotherapy, -/:829-843. 

With S. Kofman, M. H. Lepper, 
G. G. Jackson 

The effect of proteolytic enzymes on the 
physical and chemical characteristics of the 
tracheobronchial secretions of patients with 
poliomyelitis. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 228: 
426-431. 



DURHAM, OREN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Warren T. I'aughan 

Aerobiology : development and technic. Chap- 
ter 41, PI). 444-458, in Practice of allergy, 
3rd ed., rev. by J. Harvey Black. C. V. 
Mosby Co., St. Louis. 

Pollen surveys in the United States and 
adjacent areas. Chapter 42, pp. 459-535, 
in Practice of allergy, 3rd ed., rev. by 
J. Harvey Black. C. V. Mosby Co., St. 
Louis. 



EHRLICH, NORMAN JAMES, Clinical 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With I\L A. Kaplan, A. L. Aaronson 
Hay fever. Ann. Allergy, 12,1:92-120. 
Clinical evaluation of a new antihistamine 
drug, FC-1. Ann. Allergy, i2:284-288. 

FELDMAN, LOUIS, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With G. L. Schaeffer, S. E. Goldstein, 
/. M. Foreman 
Dicumarol therapy in myocardial infarction. 
Arch. Int. Med., 94:433. 

FISCHER, JACOB W., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With Robert A. Dolchide 

Fatal cardiac failure in persons with thoracic 
deformities. Arch. Int. Med., 93:687-697. 

FISHBEIN, MORRIS, Professor 
Books 

Popular Medical Encyclopedia, rev. ed. 

J.)oubleday & Co., N. Y. 
Medical Progress 1953. Blakiston, N. Y. 
Medical Progress 1954. Blakiston, N. Y. 
Children for the Childless (Editor). Double- 
day & Co., N. Y. 

GOLDBERG, EDWIN ERIC, Clinical 

Instructor 

Articles 

With Frederick Steigmann 

Control of gastric acidity by a new way of 
antacid administration. Cent. Soc. Clin. 
Res., 26:195. 
With Harold Shrifter, Murray Franklin 

Leptospira grippotyphosa. Ann. Int. Med., 
41:\24S. 

GRAETTINGER, JOHN S., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With John M. Packard, Ashton Graybiel 

Analysis of the electrocardiograms obtained 
from 1000 young, healthy aviators: ten 
year follow-up. Circulation, 10:384-399. 

HOFFMAN, WILLIAM S., Professor 
Books 

The biochemistry of clinical medicine. Year 
Book Publishers, Chicago. 681 iip. 
Articles 

Metabolism of uric acid and its relation to 
gout. J.A.M.A., 154:213-220. 

With Luke R. Pascale, Alvin Dubin 

Influence of benemid on urinary excretion of 
phosphate in hypoparathyroidism. Metabo- 
lism, J:462-470. 

JACKSON, GEORGE G., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Rat-bite fever (Haverhill fever). Current 
therapy summer infections. G.P., 10:77. 

With W. S. Wood, G. P. Kipnis, H. W. Spies, 
H. F. Dozvling, M. H. Lepper 
Clinical and laboratory observations on 184 
patients treated with tetracycline. Arch. 
Int. Med., 94:3Sl-363. 
With H. F. Bowling, M. H. Lepper 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: I. 
Technique and patterns of lysis. /. Lab. 
Clin. Med., 44:14-28. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 65 



Bacteriophage tyi>ing of staphylococci: II. 
Epiilemiolonic studies among patients, house- 
hold contacts, and hospital personnel. /. 
Lab. Clin. .Med., 44:29-40. 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: III. 
Relationship to antibiotic sensitivity and 
resistance. /. Lab. Clin. Med., •/V:4i-50. 

With G. J . Cabuzda, Maxivell Finland 

Effect of antibiotics on organisms used in 
certain microbiologic assays of essential 
nutrients. J. Lab. Clin. Med., •^•/:449-462. 
With S. Kef man, M. H. Lepper, 
H. F. Do'vling 
The effect of proteolytic enzymes on the 
physical and chemical characteristics of the 
tracheobronchial secretions of patients with 
poliomyelitis. Ainer. J. Med. Sci., 228: 
426-431. 
The use of trypsin or streptokinase-strepto- 
dornase for the therapy and prevention of 
atelectasis. Amer. ]. Med. Sci., 225:432- 
439. 

With M. H. Lepper, S. Kofman, N. G. Blatt, 
H. F. Dozi'ling 
The effect of eight antibiotics used singly 
and in combination on the tracheal flora 
following tracheotomy in poliomyelitis. 
Antib. and Chemo., ■^:829-843. 

KAPLAN, ERVIN, Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With T. Fields et al. 

A simplified technique for blood volume de- 
terminations using l"iHSA. /. Lab. Clin. 
Med., •/j:332-334. 

With T. Fields 

Simplified procedure for determination of 
PBI"> in blood. J. Lab. Clin. Med., 43: 
960-961. 

With R. C. Puestow et al 

Blood volume in congestive heart failure as 
determined with iodinated human serum 
albumin. Amer. Heart J., ■/7:824-838. 
With J. Detweiler et al. 

Respirator in chronic pulmonary disease with 
spondylitis and fixation of thorax. J. A.M. A., 
i56:1499-1500. 

KARK, ROBERT M., Professor 
Articles 

Ascorbic acid in relation to cold, scurvy, 
ACTH and surgery. Proc. Nutr. Soc, 
12:279. 
Oral anticoagulant therapy. The Practitioner, 
772:90-98. 

With S. H. Armstrong, Jr., J. A. Schoenberyer, 
J. Shatkin, R. Sights 
Colloid osmotic pressures of serum proteins in 
nephrosis and cirrhosis: relations to electro- 
phoretic distributions and average molecular 
weights. /. Clin. Invest., ii,3:297-310. 

With R. C. Muehrcke, C. L. Pirani 

Percutaneous renal biopsy studies in lupus 
erythematosus disseminatus. Proc. Instit. 
Med. Chi., 20:170. 

With R. C. Muehrcke 

Biopsy of kidney in prone position. Lancet, 
7-/:1047-1049. 

KINNEY, JANET R., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Weight reduction in an obese diabetic. Ann. 
Int. .Med., 40:1024-1026. 

LEPPER, MARK H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Iatrogenic disease. G.P., 9:77-85. 



With B. Maul ton, H. F. Dotvling, 
G. G. Jackson, S. Kofman 
Epidemiology of erythro-mycin-rcsistant sta- 
phylococci in a hospital population. Effect 
on therapeutic activity of erythromycin. 
.■intib. Ann., Medical Encyclopedia, Inc., 
p. 308. 

With H. W. Spies, N. H. Blatt, H. F. Doicling 

Tuberculosis meningitis. Treatment with 
streptomycin, promizol and i)araaminosaly- 
cylic acid, isoniazid and streptomycin, and 
izoniazid. Amer. Rez\ T.B., 69:192-204. 
With G. G. Jackson, H. F. Bowling 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: I. 
Technique and patterns of lysis. /. Lab. 
t lin. Med., 44 :\4-2^. 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: II. 
Epidemiologic studies among patients, house- 
hold contacts and hospital personnel. /. 
Lab. Clin. Med., 44:29-40. 

Bacteriophage typing of staphylococci: III. 
Relationship to antibiotic sensitivity and 
resistance. /. Lab. Clin. Med., 44:41-50. 

With S. Kofman, N. H. Blatt, H. F. Bowling, 
G. G. Jackson 
Effect of eight antibiotics used singly and in 
combination on the tracheal flora following 
tracheotomy in poliomyelitis. Antib. and 
Chemo., 4:829-S4i. 

With W. S. Wood, G. P. Kipnis, H. W. Spies, 
H. F. Boivling, G. G. Jackson 
Clinical and laboratory ob.servations on 184 
patients treated with tetracycline. Arch. 
Int. Med., 9-^:351-363. 

With S. Kofman, G. G. Jackson, H. F. Bowling 
The effect of proteolytic enzymes on the 
physical and chemical characteristics of the 
tracheo-bronchial secretions of patients with 
poliomyelitis. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 228: 
426-431. 
The use of trypsin or streptokinase-strepto- 
dernase for the therapy and prevention of 
atelectasis. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 228:432. 
With L. J. Best, L. R. Limarzi 

Bone marrow findings in infectious disease. 
Acta Haemat., 12:293-304. 

With W. S. Wood 

Antibody response of persons who have re- 
ceived rabies vaccine. /. Lab. Clin. Med., 

■/•/:958-959. 



LICHTENSTEIN, MEYER R., Clinical 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

The results of pre- and post-sanitorium 
chemotherapy for tuberculosis. Trans. Nat. 
Tuber. Assoc, 1954:301-304. 

With Linden J. Wallner, J. Robert Thompson 
Clinical and histopathologic study of the 
effects of antimicrobial therapy in tubercu- 
losis. Amer. Rev. T.B., 69:247-260. 

With Edicard Miceiiberg 

A controlled study of isoniazid and impron- 
iazid. Bis. Chest, 25:573-579. 



LIMARZI, LOUIS ROBERT, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With John Louis, W. R. Best 

Methimazole granulocytopenia. ///. Med. J., 
i<>6:140-143. 

With John Louis, IV. R. Best, Mark Lepper 
Bone marrow findings in infectious disease. 
Acta Maemut., 12:293-304. 



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LIMARZI, LOUIS ROBERT (continued) 
Reviews 

With Wi!!ia»i R. Best 

Multiple myeloma, by I. Snapper and L. B. 
Turner. Amer. J. Cliu. Path., 24:209. 

LITT:MAN, ARMAND, Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

Gastric and pancreatic secretions. Chapter 
17, pp. 681, in The Biochemistry of Clinical 
Medicine, by W. S. Hoffman. Year Book 
Publishers, Chicago. 

With B. W. Fox ct at. 

Extrapolation ionization chamber for measure- 
ment of dosage of intracavitary irradiation. 
Amer. J. Roent., 7i : 1046-1048. 

MONTGOMERY, MAX MALCOLM, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With Simon Zirin, Irving E. Stcck, George D. 
Kaiser, Granville A. Bennett 
A:i evaluation of the effects of cortisone on 
the subcutaneous nodules of patients with 
rheumatoid arthritis. J. Lab. Clin. Med., 
43:70-78. 

PERLMAN, LAWRENCE, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With A. Miher 

Psittacosis, report of seven cases. Arch. Int. 
Med., 95:82-93. 

ROBERTSON, SYLVAN, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Varying clinical manifestations of depression. 
Ann. Int. Med., 41,2:299-304. 

ROSENTHAL, SOL ROY, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The effect of histamine analogues on cutane- 
ous pain. Arch. Internat. fharm., 96:220. 

SAMTER, MAX, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The meaning of skin tests in allergy. ///. 
Med. J., i06:349-352. 

SAPHIR, WILLIAM, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Serologic reactions in carcinoma of colon, 
breast, and bladder. Amer. J. Dig. Dis., 
2i, 4:107-108. 

Rheumatic heart disease in dextrocardia with 
complete situs inversus. Amer. Heart ]., 
46:772. 

Spontaneous hypoglycemia in acute gastro- 
enteritis. Amer. I. Dig. Dis., 20:138. 

With Ed'ivin E. Goldberg, H. Shriftcr 

Renal papillary necrosis. /. Amer. Med. 
Assn., 156:709-711. 

SAXTON, GEORGE A., JR., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Leii'is Dexter et al. 

Clinical progress. Medical aspects of patients 
ijndergoing surgery for mitral stenosis. 

Circulation, 9:758-770. 



SCHOENBERGER, JAMES A., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With S. H. Armstrong, Jr., ct al. 

Colloid osmotic pressures of serum proteins 
in nephrosis and cirrhosis: relations to 
electrophoretic distributions and average 
molecular weights. /. Clin. Invest., S3: 
297-310. 

SCHOOLMAN, HAROLD M., Clinical 

Instructor 
Articles 

Intravenous procaine amide in the treatment 

of cardiac arrhythmias. Amer. Heart J., 

48:\\0-\22. 

With L. B. Bernstein, L. R. Pascal, 
E. F. Foley 
Intravenous procaine amide as an aid to 
differentiate auricular flutter with bundle 
branch block from paroxysmal ventricular 
tachycardia. Amer. Heart I., 48:S2-S7. 

With S. S. Whid stein, Hans Popper 

The effect of feeding large amounts of emul- 
sifiers poly oxyethylene (20) serbitun hono- 
stearate (tween 60) and sorbitan mono- 
stearate (span 60) to humans. Amer. J. 
Dig. Dis., 2i :181-185. 

SPELLBERG, MITCHELL A., Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Books 

Diseases of the liver. Grune and Stratton. 

646 pp. 

Articles 

Darstine: clinical and experimental studies 
of a new anticholinergic drug. Gastro- 
enterology, 26. 

SPIES, HAROLD W., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With M. H. Leppcr, N. H. Blatt, 
H. F. Dozvling 

Tuberculous meningitis treatment with strepto- 
mycin, para-aminosalicylic acid and pro- 
mizole, isoniazid and streptomycin and 
isoniazid. Amer. Rev. T.B., 69,2:192-204. 
With W. S. Wood, G. P. Kipnis. 
H. F. Dowling, G. G. Jackson, 
M. H. Lepper 

Clinical and laboratory observations on 184 
patients treated with tetracycline. Arch. 
Int. Med., 9-/:3Sl-363. 

STECK, IRVING E., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Arthritis. Chapter 26 in Modern Treatment 
— a Guide for General Practice. Paul B. 
Hoeber, Inc., New York. 

With S. Zivin et at. 

An evaluation of the effects of cortisone on 
the subcutaneous nodules of patients with 
rheumatoid arthritis. /. Lab. Clin. Med., 
43,1:70-78. 

STEIGMANN, FREDERICK, Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

Acute hepatitis: toxic or viral? Amer. J. 

Dig. Dis., 2i:3 14-320. 

With S. Hyman, L. Hardt 

The increased antacid effect of aluminum 
hydroxide combined with magnesium tri- 
silicate. Amer. J. Dig. Dis., 21:1-4. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 67 



With E. Goldberg 

Amebiasis: a general discussion with a re- 
port of an unusual case of amebic granu- 
loma of the descending colon. Castro- 
enterology, 26:56-64. 

IVith A. Weiss 

Gitalin in the treatment of congestive heart 
failure: a clinical study. Amcr. J. Med. 
Sci., 227:188-192. 

With S. Ditkcwsky 

Phenolphthalein in childhood. /. Ped., 45 : 
169-178. 

With P. Schulc. H. Eisenberg 

Occult gastrointestinal bleeding in the aged 
simulating cardiac disease. Geriatrics, 9 : 
515-519. 

With R. H. Dolehide, L. Kaminski 

Effects of »smoking tobacco on gastric acidity 
and motility of hospital controls and pa- 
tients with peptic ulcer. Amer. J. Gastro., 
22:399-409. 

STREICHER, MICHAEL H., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Clinical and roentgenologic evaluation of 
banthine on the motility of the colon. Amer. 
J. Dig. Dis., 21:207-211. 

TRAUT, EUGENE F., Clinical Associate 
Professor (Rush) 

With Alfa A. Knight, Paul B. Scanto, 
Edtvin W. Passarelli 
Specific vascular changes in gout. J. A.M. A., 
756:591-593. 

Reviews 

Klinische Fehldiagnosen, by M. Burger. 
Ann. Int. Med., 40:3S\-3S3. 

WEISS, EUGENE, Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With Benjamin M. Gasiil 

Pulmonary arteriovenous fistula and telangi- 
ectasia. Ann. Int. Med., 41:989-1002. 

WOLF, ALEXANDER, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

The eczemas. A symposium by ten authors, 

ed. by L. T. A. Lowenshal. ///. State 

Med. J. 



ZIMMERMAN, HYMAN J., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Periarteritis nodosa (polyarteritis) producing 
intersscesseption. Arch. Int. Med., 94:264. 

With J. R. Quinn 

Significance of oval fat bodies in urinary 
sediment. Amer. J. Chr. Path., 24:787. 

With G. W. Loom is 

The pattern of hepatic dysfunction in 
malaria. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 227:408. 

(fir/! F. L. Hnmoller 

Factors influencing betaine aldehyde o.xidase 
activity of liver. Amer. J. PhxsioL, 177: 
279. 

With J. R. Walsh et al. 

Treatment of leukemia and hymphomata with 
trethylene melamine. Acta Ilematologica, 
2:329. 



NEUROLOGY AND NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

AMADOR, LUIS V., Instructor 
Reviews 

The tliahinius of the Macaca Mulatta, by 
J. Olszewski. J. ComC. Xciirol., 100,3. 

ARNOLD, ARTHUR, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Effects of x-irradiation on the hypothalamus. 
A possible explanation tor the therapeutic 
benefits following x-irradiation of the liypo- 
phvsial region for pituitary dysfunction. /. 
C7;». Endocrin. Met., 7-/:859-8()8. 
With P. Bailey, R. A. Harvey, L. L. Haas, 
J. S. Laughli)i 
Changes in the central nervous system fol- 
lowing irradiation with 23 mev x-rays from 
the betatron. Radiology, 62:37-44. 
With P. Bailey, J. S. Laughlin 

Effects of radiations from the betatron on 
the brain oi primates. Neurology, 4:165- 
178. 

With P. Bailey 

Alterations in the glial cells following irradia- 
tion of the brain in primates. Arch. Path., 
57:383-391. 

With P. Bailey, R. A. Harvey 

The intolerance of the primate brainstem and 
hypothalamus to conventional x-rays and to 
high energy radiations from the betatron. 
Neurology, ■/: 5 75-585. 

BAILEY, PERCIVAL, Distinguished 
Professor 

Articles 

Betrachtungen tiber die cirurgische Behand- 
lung der psychomotorischen Epilepsie. 
Zentrlbl. f. Ncurochir., 14:195-206. 

With A. Arnold 

Alterations in the glial cells following 
irradiation of the brain of primates. Arch. 
Path., 57:383-391. 
With A. Arnold, R. A. Harvey, L. L. Haas, 
J. S. Laughlin 
Changes in the central nervous system follow- 
ing irradiation with 23 mev x-rays from 
the betatron. Radiology, 62:37-44. 

With A. Arnold, R. A. Harvey 

The intolerance of the primate brainstem and 
hypothalamus to conventional x-rays and to 
high energy radiations from the betatron. 
Neurology, ■7:575-585. 
With A. Arnold, J. S. Laughlin 

Effe::ts of radiations from the betatron on the 
brain of primates. Neurology, -/: 165-1 78. 

LICHTENSTEIN, BEN W., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Sturge-Weber-Dimitri syndrome. Cephalic 

form of neurocutaneous hemanyiomatosis. 

Arch. Neurol. Psychiat., 7i:291-301; I'th 

Congres Neurologiqtie Intl., Lisbon, Sept. 

7-12, 1953, i:242-254. 

With John E. Moloney 

Malformations of the forebrain with comments 
on the so-called dorsal cyst, the corpus 
callosum and the liippocampal structures. /. 
Ncttropath. Exp. Neurol., i.5:117-128. 

MACKAY, ROLAND P., Professor 
Books 

Year book of neurology, psychiatry and neuro- 
surgery. Year Book Publishers. 

Articles 

Toward a neurology of behavior. Neurology, 
•/, 12:894. 



68 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MACKAY, ROLAND P. (continued) 
Reviews 

Conversation and communication, by J. A. M. 
Meerloo. Amcr. J. Psvchiat., 110:479. Dec. 
1953. 
Design for a brain, by \V. Ross Ashley. 
Amcr. J. Psvchiat., 110:555. 

OLDBERG, ERIC, Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea. Postgrad. 

Med., 16:\-S. 
Intracranial injury. Chicago Med. Soc. Bull., 

57:430-434. 

SUGAR, OSCAR, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Cerebral angiography iti the diagnosis of 

intracranial lesions. Surg. Clin. North 

Amer., .^-Z : 105 1-1062. 

With E. L. Jenkinson, Hyman Love 

Rupture of an aneurysm of the internal 
carotid artery during cerebral angiography; 
case report. Amer. J. Roent., Rad. Thcr. 
Nuclear Med., 77:958-960. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

ALLEN, EDWARD D., Clinical Professor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

With Lmvcll Peterson 

Versatility of vaginal hysterectomy technic. 
Obstct. Gynec, j:240-247. 

With Lo-vell F. Peterson, Zeph B. Campbell 
Clinical and experimental endometriosis. 

Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 65:356-375. 
Pelvic examination of the preadolescent and 

adolescent girl. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 

65:1311-1320. 

ANDRESEN, RICHARD H., Clinical 

Instructor (Rush) 
Articles 

With Clarence W. Monroe, George M. Hass 
A study of the cross-circulation and tissue 

reaction at parabiotic junctions in rabbits. 

Arch. Path., 35:455-474. 

DARO, AUGUST F., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With Nicholas P. Primiano, Harvey A. Gollin, 
Ernest G. Nora, Jr. 
Postpartum cervical carcinoma. Amer. J. 
Obstet. Gynec, 67:15-20. 
With E. Nora, R. Baserga, H. A. Gollin 

Mesonephroma of the ovary. Amcr. J. Obstet. 
Gynec, 65:934-939. 

DE LEE, SOL T., Clinical Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Trends in natural childbirth. Journal-Lancet, 

Minneapolis, 74:215. 
Hysterectomy and undiagnosed pregnancy. 
Western J Surg. Obstct. and Gynec, 62: 
553-556. 

FALLS, FREDERICK H., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Intra-uterine accidents and complications. 
///. Med. J., 105:2i9-242. 
Reviews 

Review of the gynecological literature for the 
service volume of the Cyclopedia of Medi- 
cine, Surgery and Specialties. F. A. Davis 
Co., Philadelphia. 



KLAWANS, ARTHUR H., Clinical Associate 

Professor (Rush) 
Articles 

With Joseph W. Funnell, Thomas L. C. Cottrell 
The postpartum bladder. Amcr. J. Obstet. 

Gynec, 67:1249-1256. 

KODAK, ALFRED J., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With M. Weiss, H. Sturman 

Rujnured spleen simulating ectopic pregnancy. 

Amcr. J. Obstct. Gynec, 67:422-425. 
With Carlyle H. Hurivitz 

Gunshot wounds of the pregnant uterus. 

Review of the literature and two case A 

reports. Obstet. Gynec, ■^:383-391. \ 

PETERSON, LOWELL F., Clinical 

Instructor (Rush) 
Articles 

With Edrvard Allen 

Versatility of vaginal hysterectomy technic. 
Obstct. Gynec, i:240-247. 

With Ed'^ard Allen, Zeph B. Campbell 

Clinical and experimental endometriosis. 
Amer. J. Obstet. Gynec, 65:356-375. 

TETON, JOSEPH B., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With Nancy Treadwell 

Prophylaxis of hemolytic disease of the new- 
born with cortisone (case report). ///. Med. 
J., 106:2\i-2\5. 

WOLFF, JOHN R., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Leg cramps in pregnancy. ///. Med. J., 105: 
305-307. 

Our good neighbor policy. Medical Eco- 
nomics Section. ///. Med. J., 105:283-284. 

December, 1954. Editorial in ///. Med. J., 
105:483-485. 



ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

CHANDLER, F. A., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Congenital muscular torticollis. Bull. Hasp. 

Joint Dis., 14,2:158-171. J 

HECK, C. v.. Clinical Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. A. Chandler 

Material failures in hip prostheses. /. Bone 
and Joint Surg., i6-/l, 5 : 1059-1062. 

LAMBERT, C. N., Clinical Associate Professor 
Articles 

The academy survey on femoral head re- 

jilacement prostheses. Bull. Amcr. Acad. 

Ortho. Surg., Inc., 2,2. 

LIDGE, R. T., Instructor 
Articles 

Hypotonia. 7. Ped., 45,4:474-477. 

MARSHALL, W. A., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

Roentgenanatomische Grundlagen Der Lungen- 
untersuchung, by F. Kovats, Tr., Radiology, 
63:432. 
Die Halswirbelsaeule Pathologic L^nd Klinik, 
by (jerhard Exner. Radiology. 6S:880. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 69 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

FABRICAXT, NOAH D., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Books 

Why we became doctors. Griine & Stratton, 

Xew York. 182 pp. 

Articles 

Recent trends in nasal medication. Amcr. J. 

Med. Soc. 225:465-468. 
Controlling the common cough. Today's 

Health, 32:21.47. 
Eyestrain and headaches. Todav's Health, 

52:18-19,48. 
Facial pain. Today's Health, .'2:42-44. 

FRIEDBERG, STAXTOX 1).. Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
With George M. Hass 

Lymphomas of the nasopliarynx and jiharynx. 
'Arch. Otol., 60 -.677-694. 

HEXXER, ROBERT, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Bone conduction studies after fenestration 
surgery and predictions of hearing results. 
Arch. Otol.. 59:300-305. 
The "pediatric ear" and antibiotics. Eye, Ear, 
Xose & Throat Mo>i., .ij:530-532. 

HOLIXCER, PAUL H., Professor 
Articles 

Laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy, chapter 19, 
pp. 306-315; The esophagus, chapter 27, 
pp. 396-409, in Modern Trends in Diseases 
of the Ear, Xose and Throat. Buttervvorth 
and Company, Ltd., London. 
With Kenneth C. Johnston 

Klinik der Erkrankungen der Trachea. Die 

Medizinische, 7:216-220. 
Foreign bodies in the air and food passages. 
Chicago .Med. Soc. Bull., 56:564-570; Ped. 
Clinics of iV. A., i:827-843. 

With M. S. Sadoz-e, K. C. Jolmston 

Use of apolamine as a preoperative antinausea 
agent for laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy and 
esophagoscopy. Excerpta Medica, 7,736:133. 
Endoscopic cinematography. Science and 
Film, International Scientific Film Associa- 
tion, J: 15-23. 

With Kenneth C. Johnston, Filmore Schiller 
Tracheotomy in infancy. J. Ped. 13 -.476-486. 
Corrosive esophagitis due to nitric acid. Digest 

Oplith. and Otolaryng., i6:552-5S4. 
Congenital anomalies of the larynx. Ann. 

Otol., Rhinol., Laryng., 65:581-606. 

With Willis J. Potts, Arthur H. Roscnblutn 
Anomalous left pulmonary artery causing 
obstruction to right main bronchus: report 
of a case. J. A.M. A., i55 :14U9-141 1. 

With Kenneth C. Johnston, IVillis J. Potts, 
Fernando da Ciinha 
The conservative and surgical management of 
benign strictures of the esophagus. /. Thor. 
Surg., 28:345-366. 
Reviews 

The esophagus and its diseases, by Eddy 
Palmer. Vis. of the Chest, 25:237-238. 

HOLLEXDER, ABRAHAM R., Professor 
Emeritus 

Articles 

Sore tongue: diagnostic and therapeutic 
aspects. /. Florida Med. Assn., 40 :62<)-634. 



The tonsil problem in review: some concepts, 
comments and conclusions. E\e, Ear, Nose 
& Throat Mon., 5.1:44-49. 
With Henry M. Schecr 

Curability of scleroma. /. Int. Coll. Sura., 
21:24-29. 

IIOKWITZ, IRWTX 1)., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

ll'ith .-irthitr Loe"v\, .M . F. Snitnian, 
B. J. Soboroff 
Surgery in carcinoma of the hypoliarynx. 
Ann. Otol., Rhinol., Laryng., 63:993-996. 

JOHNSTON, KENNETH C, Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Acute laryngotracheobronchitis. Chi. .Med. 

Soc. Bull., 56:488-489. 

With Paul H. Holinger 

Klinik der Erkrankungen der Trachea. Die 

Mcdicinischc, 7 :2l6-220. 
Foreign bodies in the air and food passages. 

Chi. Med. Soc. Bull., 56:564-570; Ped. 

Clinics of N. A., i:827-843. 

With Paul H. Holinger, Max S. Sadove 

The use of apolamine as a preoperative anti- 
nausea agent for laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy 
and esophagoscopy. Excerpta Medica, 7 : 
133. 

With John A. Biglcr, Paul H. Holinger, 
Filmore Schiller 
Tracheotomy in infancy. /. Ped., i5:476-486. 
With Stanley H. Bear 

Excision biopsy of early superficial epidermoid 
carcinoma of the right vallecula. Eye, Ear, 
Nose & Throat Mon., 55:528-530. 

With Paul H. Holinger, Filmore Schiller 

Congenital anomalies of the larynx, .-inn. 
Otol., Rhinol., Laryng., 65:581-606. 

M^ith Paul H. Holinger, Willis J. Potts, 
Fernando da Cunha 
The conservative and surgical management of 
benign strictures of the esophagus. /. 
Thor. Surg., 25:345-366. 

LEDERER, FRANCIS L., Professor 
Articles 

With Burton J. Soboroff 

Medical progress. Chapter 12, pp. 187-197, 
in Otolaryngology. Double lay and Co., 
New York City. 

Otorhinolaryngology. Pp. 453-464 in Cyclo- 
pedia of Medicine, Surgery and Specialties. 
Service Volume. F. A. Davis Company, 
Philadelphia. 

Otolaryngology. Pp. 105-117 in Medicine of 
the Year. J. 13. Lippincott Co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Objectives in undergraduate teaching. Trans. 
Amcr. Acad. Optith. & Otol., 58:779-786. 

The otolaryngologic octopus. /. Int. Coll. 
Surg., 21:404. 

LEWIS, G. KENNETH, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Burns treated by an open method. Postgradu- 
ate Med., 15:26-3\. 

The burned patient. Clm. .Vied., 61:291-294. 

Surgical treatment of wrinkles. Arch. Otol., 
60:334-341. 

Surgical diseases of the temporomandibular 
joint. ///. .Med. J., 106:353-358. 



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LEWY, ROBERT B., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Polyp everters. Arch. OtoL, 60:6\9. 
Suspension fixation gear powered laryngos- 
copy. Trans. Amer. Laryng., OtoL, and 
Rhinol. Soc, 1954, pp. 352-356. 

LOEWY, ARTHUR, Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With Irwin D. Horivitz, Maurice F. Snitman, 

Burton J. Soboroff 
Surgery in carcinoma of the hvpopharyn.x. 

Ann. OtoL, RhinoL, Laryng., 65:993-996. 

SHAPIRO, SHERMAN L., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Minimum hearing test requirements for 

office practice. £vf. Ear, Nose & Throat 

Man., ii:230-251. 

With Alfred Lcivy et al. 

Progress in otolaryngology, functional exami- 
nation of hearing. Arch. OtoL, 59:608-634. 

SKOLNIK, EMANUEL M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Anatomy of the ear. Audecibel, 2:4-6. 

SNITMAN, MAURICE F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Eric Thurston, Arthur Romanski 

Muco-epidermold tumor of the parotid gland 

in a 6-year-old child. Surgery, 56:966-970. 

With Irwin D. Horwitz, Arthur Loczvy, 

Burton J. Soboroff 

Surgery in carcinoma of the hypopharynx. 

Ann. OtoL, RhinoL, Laryng., 65:993-996. 

SOBOROFF, BURTON J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Francis L. Lederer 

Otolaryngology. Chapter 12, pp. 187-197 in 
Medical Progress. Doubleday and Company, 
New York City. 
Otorhinolaryngology. Pp. 453-464 in Cyclo- 
pedia of Medicine, Surgery and Specialties. 
Service Volume. F. A. Davis Company. 
Philadelphia. 
With Irwin D. Horwitz, Arthur Loewy, 
Maurice F. Snitman 
Surgery in carcinoma of the hypopharynx. 
Ann. OtoL, RhinoL, and Laryng., 65: 
993-996. 

WALLNER, LINDEN J., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With J. Robert Thompson, M. R. Lichtenstein 
Clinical and histopathologic study of the ef- 
fects of antimicrobial therapy in tubercu- 
losis. Amer. Rev. Tuber., 69 -.247-260. 
Smoker's larynx. Laryngoscope, 64:259-270. 



PATHOLOGY 

CATCHPOLE, HUBERT R., Research 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

With M. B. Engel, N. R. Joseph 

Equilibrium of calcium and other ions in 
conncetive tissue, pp. 105-118; The effect 
of parathyroid extract on ground substance 



and calcium of bone, pp. 119-124. Trans. 

fifth conf. on metabolic interrelations, ed. by 

Edward C. Keifenstein. 
Homeostasis of connective tissues, I. Calcium- 
sodium equilibrium. A.M. A. Arch. Path., 

58:26-39. 
Homeostasis of connective tissues, II. Po- 

tasium-sodium equilibrium. A.M. A. Arch. 

Path., 55:40-58. 

HASS, GEORGE M., Professor 

Articles 

With Richard H. Andrcsen et al. 

Cross circulation and tissue reactions in para- 
biosis. A.M.A. Arch. Path., 5.5:455-474. 

With C. A. Ashley et al. 

Enzymatic studies of changes in adenosine- 
triphosphate during contraction of isolated 
skeletal myofibrils. Exp. Cell Research, 6: 

271-282. 
With Stanton A. Friedbcrg 

Lymphomas of the nasopharynx and pharynx. 
A.M.A. Arch. Otolaryngology, 60:677-694. 

KING, LESTER, Clinical Associate Professor 
Articles 

Atypical proliferations of bronchiolar epi- 
thelium. A.M.A. Arch. Path., 55:59-70. 
What is disease? Phil. Sci., 2i:193-203. 
Plato's concepts of medicine. /. Hist. Med., 
9:38-48. 

KRAKOWER, CECIL A., Professor 
Articles 

With S. A. Greenspon 

Factors leading to variations in concentration 
of "nephrotoxic" antigen(s) of glomerular 
basement membrane. A..M.A. Arch. Path., 
55:401-432. 

McGREW, ELIZABETH A., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With John F. Lazvs, Warren Cole 

Free malignant cells in relation to recurrence 
of carcinoma of the colon. J. A.M. A., 154: 
1251-1254. 
Concentration of cells from body fluids for 
cytologic study. Am. J. Clin. Path., 24: 
1025-1029. 
Reviews 

Basic pathology and morbid histology, by 

D. B. Cater. Arch. Path., 57:446. 
Pathology for students of dentistry, by 
George L. Montgomery. Arch. Path., 58: 
277. 

MILLES, GEORGE, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With William Dalcssandro 

The relationship of the weight of the heart 
and the circumference of the coronary 
arteries to myocardial infarction and myo- 
cardial failure. Am. J. Path., 50:31-37. 

With James B. McCormick, Bertha Jaffe, 
Lindon Seed 
Tissue distribution of injected radioactive 
colloidal chromic phosphate (CrP3204). 
A.M.A. Arch. Path., 55:187-201. 

SAPHIR, OTTO, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With H. J. Schwarz 

Metastases of primary urinary bladder 
carcinoma invading the prostate. A.M.A. 
Arch. Path., 55:202-206. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 71 



With M. Fields 

Complications of myocarditis in children. /. 
Fed., 45A57-A63. 
Reviews 

Roentgen diagnosis of the heart and great 
vessels, by Erich Zdansky, et al. Am. J. 
Clin. Path., 24:78. 

TAYLOR. C. BRUCE, Associate Professor 
(Rush) 

Articles 

The bronchial arteries: a review of their 
phvsiologv in health and disease. A'. C". 
Med. J.,'l-t:bOi-blO. 

VAX I'ERNIS, PAUL A., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Congenital goiter. Bull. lVi7tnebago Countv 
Med. Sec, 15:22-23. 



PEDIATRICS 

BRONSTEIN, I. PAT, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Problems of growth. Chapter in Cyclopedia 

of Medicine, Surgery, Specialties, rev. ed. 

F. A. Davis & Co., Philadelphia. 

MARIEXFELD, CARL J., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Clinical diagnosis of the cyanotic types of 

congenital malformations of the heart. Pcd. 

CI. X. Amer., Cardiac issue, pp. 131-146. 

Diagnosis of isolated pulmonary stenosis. 

Trans. Amer. Col. Cardiology, /:1 16-120. 

SAXFORD, HEYWORTH X., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

Care of the premature infant. Med. Assn. 

Georgia, 43:402-407. 
Factors influencing premature mortality. Ped. 

CI. N. Amer., Premature infant issue, pp. 

573-586. 
The diagnosis and treatment of hemophilia. 

Int. Rec. Med. Gen. Prac. Clin., 167:21-26. 



PHARMACOLOGY 

PELICAX, EDWARD W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Myasthenia gravis. Modern Hasp., 5j:104- 
112. 

With C. M. Smith, K. R. Unna 

Mode of action of antagonists to curare II. 
Anti-curare action of hydroxyphenyltrialkyl- 
ammonium compounds in avian muscle. /. 
Pharmacol. Exp. Tberap., 111:30-42. 

UXXA, K. R., Professor 
Articles 

Pyridoxine and related compounds: pharma- 
cology. Chapter 14, p. 290, in The 
Vitamins, vol. III. Academic Press. 
Thiamine: pharmacology. Chapter 16, p. 466, 
in The Vitamins, vol. III. Academic 
Press. 
Drugs in epilepsy and hyperkinetic states. 
Part 5, No. 15 in Pharmacology in Medi- 
cine. McGraw-Hill, New York. 

With S. Thesleff 

Differences in mode of neuromuscular block- 
ade in a series of symmetric bis-quaternary 



ammonium salts. /. Pharmacol. Exp. 
Therap., 111:99-113. 
With E. E. King 

The action of mephenesin and other inter- 
neuron depressants on the brain stem. /. 
Pharmacol. E.vp. Therap., 111:293-301. 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 

KENDALL, H. WORLEY, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With J. N. Schaeffcr, H. J. McMcnamm 

Rehabilitation unit for a general hospital. 
Modern Hasp., 83:73-76. 

PARTRIDGE, MIRIAM J., Instructor 
Articles 

Electromyographic demonstration of facilita- 
tion. Phys. Ther. Rev., 34:227-333. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

ALPERT, XORMAN R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Walter S. Root 

Relationship between excess respiratory me- 
tabolism and tlie utilization of intraven- 
ously infused sodium racemic lactate and 
sodium L( — ) lactate. Amer. J. Physiol., 
7/7:455-462. 

IXGRAHAM, RAYMOND C, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Physiology. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Book 
of the Year for 1954, 454-455. 

The use of dextran in hemorrhagic shock; II 
renal function studies. Report 143, Army 
Medical Xutrition Laboratories, 1-29. 

PILGERAM, LAUREXCE O., Instructor 
Articles 

With E. M. Gal, E. N. Sassenrath, 
D. M. Grcenberg 
Metabolic studies with ethanolamine -1, 2- 
C». J. Bwl. Chem., 204:367. 

With David M. Grecnberg 

Susceptibility to experimental atherosclerosis 
and the methylation of ethanolamine -1, 2- 
C" to phosjihatidyl choline. Science, 120: 
760. 

REED, CARLOS I., Professor 
Articles 

With W. J. Day 

Do potentials of metabolic origin exist in the 
synovialis? Amer. J. Physiol., 178:\3S-137. 

SCHILLER, ALFRED A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With E. D. Henley 

Change in capillary permeability during 
hypoxemic perfusion of rat hindlegs. Am. 
J. Physiol, 179:216-220. 

With H. R. Catchpole, R. M. Kark, 
M. Samtcr, G. Ungar 
Capillaries, a symijosium. ///. Med. J., 106: 
245-247. 

SOUTH, FRAXK E., JR., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With S. F. Cook 

Argon, xenon, hydrogen, and the oxygen con- 
sumption and glycolysis of mouse tissue 
slices. /. Gen. Physiol., 57:335-341. 



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WAKERLIN, (JEORGE E., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

Recent progress in cancer research. A.M. A. 
Today's Health, June, pp. 22-2i, 52, 54-57. 
Blood pressure. Eiuyciofaedia Britannica, 
14th edition, 1954 printing, p. 746. 

With S. Kronen, M. H. Frank, H. E. Schmid, 
L. Graham 
Chronic pressor effect of kidney extracts con- 
taining renin in experimental hypertensions. 
Circulation Res., 2:201-208. 

With E. W. Hazvthorne 

Effect of preliminary renal ischemia on ex- 
perimental renal hypertension. Atn. J. 
Physiol., 177:341-347. 

With E. Crandall, M. H. Frank, D. Johnson, 
L. Pomfcr, H. E. Schmid 
Experimental hypertension produced by con- 
striction of tile carotid sinus area. Circu- 
lation Res.. 2:416-419. 

WHITEHORN, WILLIAM V., Professor 

Articles 

Summation and tetanus in cardiac muscle. 
Effects of temperature, epinephrine and 
digitoxin. Froc. Soc. Exper. Biol, and 
Med., 55:268-271. 



PSYCHIATRY 

ABOOD, LEO G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Mechanism of inhibition of phosphorylation of 

mitochondria by electrical currents. Am. J. 

Physiol., 176:247-2^2. 

With R. W. Gerard 

Enzyme distribution in isolated particulates 
of rat peripheral nerve. /. Cell. Comp. 
Physiol., 43:379-403. 
With R. W. Gerard, A. Geiger 

The metabolism of convulsions. Arch. Neurol, 
and Psych., 72:257. 

ALEXANDER, FRANZ G., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. /. Amer. 

Psychoanal. Assn., 2:722-733. 
Some quantitative aspects of psychoanalytic 
technique. /. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 2: 
685-701. 

GEIGER, ALEXANDER, Research Associate 

Articles 

With J. Magnes, R. M. Taylor, M. Veralli 
Effect of blood constituents on uptake of 
glucose and on metabolic rate of the brain 
in perfusion experiments. Amer. J. Physiol., 
i77:138-149. 

GERARD, RALPH W., Professor 
Articles 

Experiments in microevolution. Science, 120: 

727-732. 
Summing up: symposium on neurohumoral 

transmission. Pharm. Rev., 6:123-131. 
With L. G. Abood 

Enzyme distribution in isolated particulates 

of rat peripheral nerve. /. Cell. Comp. 

Physiol., 43:379. 

With L. G. Abood, A. Geiger 
The metabolism of convulsions. Arch Neurol. 
Psych., 72:257. 



With G. Falk 

Effect of micro-injected salts and ATP on the 
membrane potential and mechanical response 
of muscle. J. Cell. Comp. Physiol., 43: 
393-403. 

With E. Streicher 

Phosphate exchange in brain phospholipids in 
vivo and in vitro. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. 
Med., 55:174-177. 

GERTY, FRANCIS J., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Emotional reactions to acute illness. Stress 
situations, Samuel Liebman, editor. Am. 
Pract. and Digest of Treat. Feature Sec- 
tion, 5:8-14. 

GRINKER, ROY R., Clinical Professor 

Books 

Problems of consciousness: a review, an an- 
alysis, and a proposition. Problems of con- 
sciousness. The Josiah Macy, Jr., Founda- 
tion. New York, 177 pp. 

Articles 

Clinical introduction. Chapter I, The six 
schicophrcnias, by Samuel J. Beck. Am. 
Orthopsych. Assn., Inc. New York. 227 
pages. 

With Fred Robbins 

Psychosomatic case book. 1st ed. Blakiston 
and Co. New York. 346 pp. 

HAMBURG, DAVID A., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With T. Baskin, et al. 

Prediction of immediate psychiatric break- 
down in military service. Armed Forces 
Med. J., 5:625. 

With S. Eldred, et al. 

A procedure for the systematic analysis of 
psychotherapeutic interviews. Psychiatry. 

17:4. 

HOLLENDER, MARC, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Editor of somatopsychic conference: The 

hard of hearing patient. G.P., 9:47-57; 

The patient with carcinoma of the breast. 

G.P., 10:75-84. 

KOKETSU, KYOZO, Research Associate 
Articles 

With J. C. Eccles, P. Fatt 

Cholinergic and inhibitory synapses in a 
central inhibitory pathway. Australian J. 
Sci., 16:50-54. 
Cholinergic and inhibitory synapses in a path- 
way from motor axon collaterals to motoneu- 
rone. J. Physiol., 126:524-562. 

LIEBMAN, SAMUEL, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Stress situations (ed.). Am. Pract. and Di- 
yset of Treat. Feature Section, 5:1-46. 

MARKOVITZ, MEYER, Instructor 
Articles 

Coexisting diabetes mellitus and Addison's 

disease. Metabolism, 5:268. 
Acute intermittent porphyria: a report of five 
cases and a review of the literature. Ann. 
Int. Med., ■/; :1 170-1 189. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 73 



MEDUNA, LADISLAS J., Professor 
Articles 

The physiological background of the carbon 
dioxide treatment of the neuroses. Am. J. 
Psycli., U0:6bA-6b7. 
The convulsive treatment: a reappraisal. /. 

Clin. Ext- Fsychotatli., i.i:JlQ-233. 
The carbon dioxide treatment : a review. J. 
Clin. £.r/>. Psyclwtath., 15:235-254. 

MILl.ER. TAMES C, Clinical Instructor 
Arfic'es 

Criteria and measurement of change during 
psychiatric treatment. Bull. Menningcr 
Clinic, iS: 130- 137. 

OOMURA. VUTAKA, Resaerch Associate 

Articles 

li'if.'i 5. Hashimura 

Effect of some metabolic agents on nervous 

activities. Ja(^. J. Physiol., 4:32. 
Effect of pyruvate on nervous activities. Jaf'. 
J. Physiol., 4:A2. 

POLLOCK, GEORGE H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

inth R. I. H. Wang 

Synergistic convulsive activity of topical 
nitrolgen mustards and carbon dioxide in- 
halation. Arch. Intcrnat. de Pliarmacody- 
namie et dc Theraf., 95:490-493. 

Reviews 

Psychiatry and medical education. Conference 
on psychiatric education, John C. White- 
horn, editor. Am. J. Psych., 110:871. 

ROSEXWALD, ALAN, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

An assessment of the current role of psycho- 
diagnostic testing. /. Consult. Psychol., 18: 
311-315. 

SHERMAN, IRENE C, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
IV'nh D. P. Bodcr, et al. 

A mental hygiene clinic in a public housing 
project. Ment. Hyy., 38:M7-6Si. 

TAKAGI, SADAYUKI, Research Associate 
Articles 

The slow potential observed in the dorsal 
column-root preparation. Part II. The 
concentration effects of drugs on the slow 
potential. Jap. J. Physiol., •7:91-101. 
The relation between the cord potential and 
the dorsal root potential. /. Phxsiol. Soc. 
Jap., 16:S2. 

WENAR, CHARLES, Research Associate 
Articles 

Reaction time as a functioti of manifest 
anxiety and stimulus intensity. J. Abnorm. 
Soc. Psychol., 79:335-340. 
The effects of a motor handicap on person- 
ality: I. The effects on level of aspira- 
tion. Child Developynent, 2-/:123-130. 



RADIOLOGY 

HAAS, LEWIS L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith R. A. Harvey, S. S. hanger 

Radiation management of otherwise hopeless 
thoracic neoplasms. J. A.M. A. 154:323-326. 



With A. Arnold, P. Bailey, R. A. Harvey, 
J. S. Laiighlin 

Changes in the central nervous system follow- 
ing irradiation with 23-mev. x-rays from 
the betatron. Radiology, (52:37-44. 
With R. .-I. Harvey, J. S. I^aughlin 

Biological effectiveness of high speed electron 
bfam in man. Radiology, 62:845-51. 

Effects of x-ray and electron beam from the 
betatron on head and neck cancer. Proc. 
Second National Cancer Conference, i:440- 
444. 
With R. A. Harvey, J. S. Laughlin, 
J. W. Beattie, W. J. Henderson 

Medical aspects of high energy electron 
beams. Am. J. Roentgenol., Rad. Thera., 
and Xiiclear .\lcd., 72:250-259. 

The size of the sella turcia by age and sex. 
Am. J. Roentgenol., Rad. Thera., and Nu- 
clear Med., 72:754-761. 
Reviews 

Die Bewegungsbestrahlung, by F. Wachs- 
mann and G. Barth. Radiology, 62:755. 

HARVEY, ROGER A., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

With L. L. Haas, J. S. Laughlin 

Biological effectiveness of high speed electron 

beam in man. Radiology, 62:845-51. 
Effects of x-ray and electron beam from the 
betatron on head and neck cancer. Proc. 
Second National Cancer Conference, 1 :440- 
444. 
With A. Arnold, P. Bailey, L. L. Haas, 
J. S. Laughlin 
Changes in the central nervous system follow- 
ing irradiation with 23-mev .x-rays from the 
betatron. Radiology, 62:37-44. 

With L. L. Haas, J. S. Laughlin, 
J. W. Beattie, W. J. Henderson 

Medical aspects of high energy electron 
beams. Am. J. Roentgenol, Rad. Thera., 
and Nuclear Med., 72:250-259. 

Observations in atomic medicine. The Car- 
man Lecture. Radiology, 62:479-87. 

With L. L. Haas, S. S. Langer 

Radiation management of otherwise hopeless 
thoracic neoplasms. J.A.ILA., 154:323-326. 

With H. A. Waisman 

Radiological evidence of growth in children 
with acute leukemia treated with folic acid 
antagonists. Radiology, 62:61-64. 

IVith A. Arnold, P. Bailey 

Intolerance of the primate brainstem and 
hyjiothalamus to conventional and high 
energy radiations. Neurology, 4:575-585. 

LAUGHLIN, JOHN S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Physical aspects of betatron therapy. Mono- 
graph. Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, Illinois. 
With R. A. Harvey, L. L. Haas 

Effects of x-ray and electron beam from the 
betatron on head and neck cancer. Proc. 
Second National Cancer Conference, i:440- 
444. 
With A. Arnold, P. Bailey 

Effects of betatron radiations on the brain of 
primates. Neurology, -7:165-178. 

MOOS, WALTER S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The biological effect on x-radiation of differ- 
ent wave lengths. Nucleonics, 12:46. 



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WACHOWSKI, T. J., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

With E. G. Lampert, J. G. Goodfello-v 

Traumatic subserosal hemorrhage causing 
small bowel obstruction. Annals Surg, 140: 
768-770. 



SURGERY 

BALAGOT, REUBEN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Max S. Sadove 

Complications of general anesthesia. Anes- 
thetic complications in orthopedic surgery. 
Instructional Course Lectures. Am. Acad. 
Orthapedic Surgeons, 11:279-282. 

BEATTIE, EDWARD J., JR., Clinical 
Associate Profsesor (Rush) 

Articles 

PVitli Call Daz'is, Jr., Calvin O'Kane 

Surgical intervention in recurrent broncho- 
genic carcinoma. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 
i55:835-S37. 

COLE, WARREN H., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Landmarks in medicine. Postgraduate Med., 

i5:176-183. 
Intestinal obstruction. /. lozca State Med. 

Soc, 44:5\-S6. 
Precautions in the treatment of strictures of 

the common duct. Amer. Surgeon, 20:23-i- 

247. 
Cancer of the stomach. Postgraduate Med., 

16:39-45. 
Precautions in the spread of carcinoma of 

the colon and rectum. Annals Surg., 140: 

135-136. 
Problems in operability. Ulster Med. J., 23: 

101-116. 

Laboratory tests in the determination of 
operability in the aged, with special refer- 
ence to nutrition. /. Amer. Geriat. Soc, 
2:7S6-797. 

Gastric ulcer. Rockv Mt. Med. J., 5i:1081- 
1087. 

With James D. Majarakis, Danely 
P. Slaughter 
Carcinoma of the thyroid gland. /. Clin. 
Endocrin. and Metabol., iJ: 1530-1541. 
With Elicabeth A. McGrezv, John F. Lazes 
Free malignant cells in relation to recurrence 
of carcinoma of the colon. /. Amer. Med. 
Assn.. J5'^:1251-1254. 

With Douglas Packard, Harry W. Southzvick 
Carcinoma of the colon with special refer- 
ence to prevention of recurrence. /. Amer. 
Med. Assn., i55: 1549-1553. 

DE PEYSTER, FREDERIC A., Clinical 

Assistant Professor (Rush) 
Articles 
With R. K. Gilchrist 

Clinical response of spontaneous hypoglycemia 

to dietary and drug therapy. /. Amer. 

Med. Assn., 755:884-889. 

DE TAKATS, GEZA, Clinical Professor 
Reviews 

Cardiovascular surgery, by Gerald H. Pratt. 
Circulation, 10:79%. 



Articles 

With Banning G. Lary 

Peripheral arterial embolism after myocardial 
infraction. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 755:10. 

With Helenio Coutinho 

V'ertebral vein thrombosis. A clinical syn- 
drome Gynaecologia, 138:\3S-\AQ. 

With Conrad L. Pirani 

Aneurysms: general considerations. Angi- 

ology, 5:173-208. 

Revascularization of the arteriosclerotic ex- 
tremity. Surgery, Gynec. and Obstet., 99: 
243. 

The controversial use of cervical sympathetic 
block in apoplexy. Ann. Int. Med., 41:6. 

DIFFENBAUGH, WILLIS G., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Thomas Lake, Jay Stanger 

Carcinoid tumor of the rectum. Ann. Surg., 
7-^9:379-381. 

With E. Lee Strohl 

Wounds of the diaphram, stomach and duo- 
denum. Amer. J. Surg., 55:390-392. 

DIGGS, ARTHUR E., Clinical Associate 
Professor (Rush) 

Articles 

Cineplastic surgery and rehabilitation of 
double arm amputee. Industrial Med. and 
Surg., 22,6:246-250. 

EVERSON, TILDEN C, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With Max J. Allen 

Gastrojejunal ulceration. Arch. Surg., 69: 
140-147. 

Subtotal colectomy with ileasigmoidostomy and 
fulguration of polyps in retained colon. 
Evaluation as a method of treatment of 
polyposis (adenomotosis) of the colon. 
Arch. Surg., 69:806-817. 

Experimental comparison of protein and fat 
assimilation after Billroth II, Billroth I, 
and segmental types of subtotal gastrec- 
tomy. Surg., j6:525-535. 

More accurate estimation of the extent of 
gastric resection — editorial. Ann. Surg., 

140:260. 



FELL, EGBERT H., Clinical Professor (Rush) 

Articles 

With Richard A. Forney 

Surgical treatment of congenital cardiovas- 
cular anomalies accompanied by cyanosis. 
Fed. Clin. N. Amer., 7:197-213. 

With Nezicton Chun, et al 

Creation of autogenous vessel grafts. Arch. 
Surg., 65:574-590. 

FOWLER, EDSON F., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With John A. Bollinger 

Pulmonary embolism: a clinical study of 
ninety-seven fatal cases. Surg., 56:650-663. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 75 



GILCHRIST, RICHARD KENNEDY, Clinical 
Professor (Rush) 

Articles 

Severe hemorrhage in presumed peptic ulcer 
(surgical treatment in the absence of 
demonstrable lesion). Arch. Surg., 69:36b- 
377. 
With F. A. dcPeyster 

Clinical response of spontaneous hypogly- 
cemia to dietary and drug therapy. J. 
Amer. Med. Assn., 755:884-889. 

ff'ith James IV. Merricks 

The ileocecal segment as a substitute bladder. 
A review of IS cases. /. Urol., 7i:591- 
599. 

GREELEY, PAUL \V., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

With J. (f. Curtin 

Extramammarv Paget's disease of the skin. 
J. Amer. .Vied. Assn., 753:1054-1055. 

GREEN. RAYMOND, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Maintaining viability of an extremity with 
acutely obstructed arterial circulation. Ar- 
terial autoperfusion method: preliminary 
report. Arch. Surg., (57:875-877. 

GROVE, WILLIAM T., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With O. C. Julian, William S. Dye 

Selection of patients for mitral commissurot- 
omy in relation to clinical results. Arch. 
Surg., 69:273-281. 

With O. C. Julian, Wtn. S. Dye, H. Jaz-id, 
.\!a.r Sadne 
New methods of surgical treatment of degen- 
erative diseases of the abdominal aorta. 
Ann. Inter. Med., 41 :36-A9. 

With O. C. Julian, Clarence A. Xorberg 

Techniques in arterial surgery. Surg., 36: 
160-170. 

TULI.\N. ORMAND C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Surgery of the sympathetic nervous system 
with special reference to vascular disorders 
and painful states. Surg. Clinics N.A., 34: 
1173-1188. 

With W. S. Dye 

Thrombo-embolic accidents, ^led. Clin. N.A., 
iS:39-46. 

Major diseases of the abdominal aorta. 7. 
Geriatrics, 2:179-192. 

Selection of patients for mitral commissurot- 
omy in relation to clinical results. Arch. 
Sury., 69:273-281. 

With M. S. Sadove, G. M. Wyant, W. S. Dye 
Cardiac arrest. Amer. Surg., 20 :5-lS. 

With W. S. Dye, John Schneewind 

Surgical management of ulcerative stasis dis- 
ease of the lower extremities. Arch. Surg., 
68:757-768. 

With W. J. Groz-c, W. S. Dye, Hushang Javid, 
M. S. Sadox'c 
New methods of surgical treatment of degen- 
erative diseases of the abdominal aorta. 
Ann. Int. .Med., 41:36-49. 

With W. J. Grove, Clarence Korberg 
Techniques in arterial surgery. Surg., 36: 
161-170. 



With Robert P. Hohf, IF. J. Dye, 
J. H. Ohcin 
Low thoracic-high lumbar sympathectomy for 
vascular diseases of the legs. J. Amer. 
.Med., Assn., ;56:1238-1240. 

With M. Tauhenhaus, Jakub Schlichter, 
Margaret Littmaii 
L^nusual etiologies of portal system hyper- 
tension (torulosis, phlebosclerosis and retra- 
peritoneal chronic inflammation). Ann. Int. 
Med., 40:313-326. 

KIEFER, JOSEPH H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Manipulation of ureteral caculi-meotomy and 
immediate delivery. /. Urol., 72:644-648. 
With Sam G. Taylor III, et al 

Effect of surgical Addison's disease on car- 
cinoma of the breast and prostate. Pro- 
ceedings James Ewing Soc. 1953. 
Reviews 

Surgical urology, by R. H. Clocks and D. 
Gulp. J. Med'. Educ, 29:66. 

MERRICKS, JAMES W., Clinical Associate 

Professor (Rush) 
Articles 

Surgical renal disease. Chapter 38, pp. 591- 

603 in Geriatric Medicine, 3rd edition, 

1954. J. B. Lippincott Co. 

Erythroplasia of querat. 1953-54 Yr. Book 

of Urol., pp. 285-287. Yr. Book Publishers. 

With R. K. Gilchrist 

Use of ileocecal segment as substitute bladder. 
/. Urol., 7i :591-599. 

MONROE, CLARENCE W., Clinical Associate 

Professor (Rush) 
Articles 

With Richard II. Andresen, George M. Haas 
Cross circulation and tissue reactions in para- 
biosis. (A study of cross circulation and 
tissue reactions at parabiotic junctions in 
rabbits.) Arch. Path., 55:455-474. 

PUESTOW, CHARLES B., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Cancer of the esophagus. Postgraduate Med., 

76:97-103. 
Benign pancreatic disease. 7. Louisiana St. 
Med. Soc, 106:323-330. 
With Wm. J. Gillesby 

Management of pancreatic cysts and pancre- 
atic lithiasis. Amer. Surg., 20:355-362. 
With Keith G. Wurts, George A. Olander 
Carcinoma of the ampulla of vater and head 
of the pancreas causing jaundice. Arch, of 
Surg., 69:504-581. 

REYNOLDS, JOHN T., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Complications of operations ui)on the biliary 

tract. Surg. Clin. North Amer., pp. 159-181. 
Care of the automobile crash victim. Med. 

Clin. North Amer., pp. 75-94. 

RIKER, WILLIAM L., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Arch. 
Surg., 69:291-308. 

Anomalies of the aortic arch and their treat- 
ment. Ped. Clin. North Amer., 10:\SI-195. 

With W. 7. Potts, Arthur DeBoer 

Imperforate anus with recto-vesical, urethral, 
vaginal and perineal fistula. Ann. Surg. 
140:l2\-i35. 



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SADOVE, MAX S., Professor 
Articles 

ll'ith Gordon M. IVyant, Onnund C. Julian, 
ll'illiam S. Dye 
Cardiac arrest. Amer. Surg., 20:5-15. 

With Lloyd A. Gittelson, Cordon M. H'yant, 
Paul }{. llolingcr 
The maintenance of an efficient tracheobron- 
chial airway. Amer. Pract. and Ditjcst of 
Treat., 5:11-16. 

With .Myron J. Levin, Richard A. Jonc; 

Postoi)erative mortality in the aged. J. Amer. 
Geriatrics Soc, 2:130-134. 
With Myron J. Levin 

Neurological complications of spinal anes- 
thesia. 111. Med. J., 105:\69-\7'\. 
With Gordon M. Wyant, Given Cleave, 
Paul C. Bucy 
Controlled hypotension II. A preliminary re- 
port on "Arfonad" (RO 2-2222). J. Neuro- 
surg., Ji:143-lS0. 

With Cordon M. Wyant, John ^L Spence 
Trichlorethylene in dentistry; general anes- 
thesia. /. Amer. Dental Assoc, 48:425- 
432. 

With John L. Keelye, James A. Rooney, 
Anthony Gusauskas 
Management with procaine amide (pronestyl) 
of pylorospasm in infants. /. Amer. Med. 
Assn., 15^:1328-1330. 
With Myron J. Levin, Raymond F. Rose, 
Lester Schwartz, Frederick W. Witt 
Chlorpromazine and narcotics in the manage- 
ment of pain of malignant lesions. J. Amer. 
Med. Assn., 155:626-628. 
With Ormand C. Julian, William J. Grove, 
William S. Dye, Httshang Javid 
New methods of surgical treatment of degen- 
erativce diseases of the abdominal aorta. 
Ann. Int. Med., 41:36-49. 
With Gordon I^L Wyant, Given Cleave 

Trimethaphan camphorsulfonate (Arfonad) in 
general surgery. Arch. Surg., 68:779-186. 
With Cordon M. Wyant 

Laudolissin (R), a new muscle relaxant. 
Clinical report of 100 cases. Anesth. and 
Analg., ii: 178-185. 
With Reuben C. Balagot 

Complications of general anesthesia. Anes- 
thetic complications in orthopaedic surgery. 
Instructional Course Lectures, Amer. Acad. 
Ortho. Surg. 11:279-282. 
With Cecelia E. Miller, Arthur T. Shima 
Postoperative aerosol therapy. /. Amer. Med 
Assn., 156:759-772. 

With James Cro.^s, Harry C. Higgins, 
Manuel J. Segall 
The recovery room expands its service (in- 
tensive therapy unit). Modern Hospital. 
83:65-70. 

With Myron J. Levin, Raymond F. Rose 

Sympocaine (WIN 3706) in spinal anesthesia. 
Anesth. and Analg., 33:366. 

SCHNEEVVIND, JOHN H., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With O. C. Julian, W. S. Dye 

Surgical management of ulcerative stasis dis- 
ease of the lower extremities. Arch. Sura. 
68:757-768. 



The walknig venous pressure test and its 
use in peripheral vascular disease. Ann. 
Surg., 140:137. 

SCUDERI, CARLO, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Books 

Alias of orthopedic traction procedures. C. V. 
Mosby, St. Louis. 212 pp. 
Articles 

Backache — diagnosis and treatment from an 
orthopedic standpoint. Post. Grad. Med., 
75:301-307. 
Tendon transplants for irreparable radial 
nerve paralysis. Med. and Surn., 23:258- 
262. 

Backache — diagnosis and treatment from the 

standpoint of the general practitioner. /. 

Okla. State Med. Assoc, 47:191-197. 
Both-bone fractures of the leg. Principles of 

Treatment. /. Okla. Stale Med. Assoc, 

47:306-308. 
A new bipolar electrocoagulator for hemo- 

stasis. /. Int. Coll. Surg., 22:733-736. 

SLAUGHTER, DANELY P., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Wishful thinking and the cancer i)atient. 
Surg. Gynec. and Obstet., 99:771-772. 

SOUTHWICK, HARRY W., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With W. H. Cole, Douglas Packard 

Carcinoma of the colon with special reference 

to prevention of recurrence. /. Amer. Med 

Assn., 755:1549-1553. 

THEIS, FRANK V., Clinical Associate 

Professor (Rush) 
Articles 
With J. Sylvester, E. Schnell 

The problem of postoperative common duct 
stones. ///. Med. J., 105:329-333. 

THOREK, PHILIP, Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Mediastinal lymphoblastoma. /. Int. Coll. 

Surg., 19:753-759. 
Practical aspects of inguinal hernia. G.P., 

8:57-62. 
Acute appendicitis. Med. Times, 50:590-609. 
Jaundice. Mich. State Med. J., 52:592-600. 
The esophagus in general practice. /. Amer. 

Med. Assn., 153:703-706. 
Intestinal obstruction. Med. Rec. and Ann., 

•^5:956-959. 
Reviews 

Carcinoma of the colon by L. S. McKit- 

trick. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 155:1292. 
Die Halswirbelsaule: Pathologic and klinik 

by G. Exner. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 155: 

1544. 

Die Ostitis Deformans Paget, by Dozent. 

/. Amer. Med. Assn., 153:1409. 
Functional and surgical anatomy of the hand 

by E. B. Kaplan. /. Amer. Med Assn., 

153:177. 
Clinical orthopedics, number one by A. 

DePalma. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 153:889. 
Visual anatomy: thorax and abdomen, by S. 

Friedman. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 152:878. 



CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 77 



COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 

CHEMISTRY 

GEARIEN, JAMES E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With K. J. Liska 

Synthetic oxytocics. Derivatives of X-2- 
naphthylglycine and N-i-napluhyl/^alanine. 
/. Amer. Chem. Soc, 76:3554-3555. 
With F. F. Blicke 

Derivatives of benzo (F) i|uinoline. /. Amer. 

Chem. Soc, /~6:399I-39y3. 
JCl-hyiiroxypropyn-amidcs of l-hydroxy-6- 
amino and l-hydroxy-7-amino-benzo (F)- 
quinoline-2-carboxvlic acids. J. Amer. 
Chem Soc, 70:2429-2431. 
Derivatives of i|uinoline-3-carboxylic acid. /. 
Amer. Chem. Soc, 76:3587-3588. 

JOSEPH, NORMAX R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. B. Engel, H. R. Catch fole 

Equilibrium of calcium and other ions in 
connective tissue, in metabolic interrelations 
with special reference to calcium. Trans. 
Fifth Conf., New York. Josiah Macy, Jr., 
Foundation, pp. 115-118. 
The effect of parathyroid extract on ground 
substance and calcium of bone in metabolic 
interrelations with special reference to 
calcium. Trans. Fifth Conf., New York. 
Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation, pp. 119-129. 
Homeostasis of connective tissues; 1-caIcium- 

sodium equilibrium. Arch. Path., 58:26. 
Homeostasis of connective tissues : 2-potas- 
sium-sodium equilibrium. Arch. Path., 58: 
40. 

With T. Cornbleet 

Recovery of normal and eczematous skin from 
alkali. /. Invest. Derm., 2.-;:455-461. 



SMISS.MAN, EDWARD E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

A new method for a-bromination of carboxy- 

lic acids. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 76:5805- 

5806. 



PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOGNOSY 

GREENBERG, BERNARD, Instructor 
Articles 

A method for the sterile culture of liousefly 
larvae, Musca domestica L. Can. Ent., 86: 
527-528. 



PHARMACY 

SERLES, EARL R., Dean and Profes.sor 
Articles 

With Dale W. Doerr, Dzi'ight L. Deardorff 
Tablet coatings : cellulosic high polymers. /. 
Amer. Phartn. Assn., Set. Ed., 43:433. 

DEARDORFF, D\YIGHT L., Professor 

Articles 

IVith Dale W. Doerr, Ear! R. Scries 

Tablet coatings: sellulosic high polymers. /. 
Amer. Pharm. Assn., Sci. Ed., 43:433. 

PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION 

BEGANDO, JOSEPH S., Assistant Dean and 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

Consumer debt: its effect on retail drug store 
credit policies. Drug Progress, 18,5:26-28; 
18,6:9. 



CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION 



BARTON, HELEN' M., Associate Professor of 

Physical Education for Women and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

Stop the game — official soccer — speedball 

guide. July 19S4-July 1956. Amcr. Assoc. 

for Health, Phys. Educ. and Rec. pp. 91- 

92. 

BLUM, IRVING D., Instructor in English 
Reviews 

Epigrams of an ignoramus, by Michael Jacobs. 

Missouri Book Rev., Nevj Series, 1:5. 
The nemesis of power, by John W. Wheeler- 
Bennett. Columbia Missoiirian, 46:\27:4. 

CUTSHALL, ALDEN D., Associate Professor 

of Social Sciences 
Articles 

Philippine prospect, J. Gcog., 53:214-221. 

FRANK, EVELYN, Associate Professor of 

Mathematics 
Articles 

Remark on a certain class of continued frac- 
tions. Proc. Anier. Math. Soc, 5:270-283. 

On the determination of the roots of equa- 
tions. Proc. Int. Cong, of Mathematicians 
1954, V. II. 
Reviews 

Sur une methode d'etude des polynomes re- 
currents, by Maurice Parodi. Zlb. Math., 
50-14; Math. Rev., 14:871. 

On fractorization of polynomials, by J. B. 
Kelly. Zlb. Math., 51:252. 

The solution of equations by continued frac- 
tions, by J. S. Frame. Zlb. Math., 50: 
347; Math. Rev., 15:65. 

Absolute convergence of continued fractions, 
by Ralph E. Lane. Zlb. Math., 48:298. 

A complete solution of the convergence prob- 
lem for continued fractions, by Ralph E. 
Lane. Zlb. Math., •/A':298. 

Continued fractions and approximations in 
k(i), by W. J. Leveque. Zlb. Math., 48: 
279. 

A class of meromorphic functions having the 
unit circle as a natural boundary, by W. J. 
Thron. Zlb. Math., 50:297. 

Wertverteilung bei Polynomen mit lauter re- 
ellen NuUstellne und Koeffizienten, by 
Gyula Sz.-Nagy. Zlb. Math., 48:251. 

Le frazioni continue, by Marco Cugiani. 
Zlb. Math., 48:298, 51:37. 

Sur les zeros de polynomes contenant des 
parametres arbitraires, by W. Jankowski. 
Zlb. Math., 48:252. 

Sur un theoreme de Schur concernant les 
racines d'une classe des equations algebri- 
ques, by Alexandre Dinghas. Zlb. Math., 
50:252. 

Test for zeros in the unit circle, by Louis 
Weinberg. Zlb. Math., 50:252. Math. Rev., 
15:120. 

Ein elementarer Beweis fiir den Fundamental- 
satz der Algebre in Rellen, by Ernst Mohr. 
Zlb. Math., 51:\0. 

Sur une propiete des polynomes recurrents, 
by Maurice Parodi. Zlb. Math., 51:\0. 
Math. Rev., 15 :i09. 

tJber eine Formel von Ramanujan, by Oskar 
Perron. Zlb. Math., 51:47. 

Concerning continuous continued fractions and 
certain systems of Stieltjes integral equa- 
tions, by H. S. Wall. Zlb. Math., 51:44. 



IJber die Orthogonalpolynome, by H. Kreis. 
Math. Rrv., 15:29. 

On some transcendental equations II, III, by 
Haakon Waadeland. Math. Rev., 15:(>5. 

The location of the roots of polynomial equa- 
tions by repeated evaluation of linear forms, 
by L. Tasny-Tschiassny. Math. Rev., 75:64. 

Solution of algebraic equations, by Leland E. 
Aldrich. il/ai/i. Rev., 15:255. 

Nested .series, computation of square roots 
and solution of third degree equations, by 
Diran Sarafyan. Math. Rev., 15:256. 

Un nuovo problema di stabilita per le equa- 
zioni algebriche a coefficienti reali, by 
Sandro Faedo. Math. Rev., 75:216. 

Upjier limits to the real roots of jiolynomial 
equations, by Louisa S. Grinstein. Math. 
Rev., 15:256. 

An always convergent iteration process, by 
G. Targonszky. Math. Rev., i5 :353. 

Note on Lin's iteration process for the ex- 
traction of complex roots of algebraic 
equations, by J. Morris and T. W. Head. 
Math. Rev., 15:471. 

Un procedimento iterativo per la risoluzione 
numerica delle equazioni algebriche, by 
Enzo Aparo. Math. Rev., 15:900. 

Das vereinfachte Newtonsche Verfahren bei 
algebraischen und transzendenten Gleich- 
ungen, by L. Collatz. Math. Rev., 15:900. 

Ober eine Verallgemeinerung des Newtonschen 
Naherungsverfahrens, by I. Kiss. Math. 
Rev., 15:900. 

Bounds for the moduli of the zeros of a poly- 
nomial, by Fulton Koehler. Math. Rev., 
15:954. 

Stability criteria, with special reference to 
the sextic equation, by W. T. Duncan. 
Math. Rev., 15:954. 

Sur la methode d'approximation de Newton, 
by J. Mikusiriski. Math. Rev., 15:954. 

On the region of convergence of a Legendre 
series, by Jose I\L» Orts Aracil. Math. 
Rev., 15:955. 

GRAMPP, WILLIAM D., Associate Professor 

of Economics 
Articles 

A standard of occupational equivalence for 

academic salaries. A. A. U. P. Bulletin, 
40:18-35. 

HACKETT, ROBERT P., Associate Dean of 
Commerce and Business Administration and 
Professor of Accountancy 

Books 

With others 

Handbook of modern accounting theory. Ed., 
Morton Backer. Prentice-Hall, 620 pp. 

HUITEMA, ROY, Associate Professor of 

Physical Sciences 
Books 
IVith George Sackheim 

Second semester chemistry experiments. Stipes 

Publishing Co., Champaign, Illinois. 83 pp. 

HUFF, WILLIAM H., Instructor in Library 
Science 

Articles 

IVith Elder Olson 

Dylan Thomas; a bibliography. Pp. 102-146 
in Elder Olson's The Poetry of Dylan 
Thomas. University of Chicago Press. 



73 



CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION 79 



KARAXIKAS, ALEXANDER, Instructor in 

English 

Articles 

Short-cut to Riverdnle (chapter from a novel). 

Athene Maga:i>te, 7^^:109-114. 
Ode to humility (a poem). Athene Magasine, 

75:51. 
Knowledge (a poem). Athene Magasine, 



KAUF, ROBERT, Instructor in Foreign 

Languages 
Articles 

Once again: Kafka's A Report to an Academy. 

Modern Lang. Quart., 75:359-365. 

KELL, BILL L., Assistant Professor of 
Psychology 

Articles 

With R. P. Anderson 

Student attitudes about participation in class- 
room groups. J. Ediu-. Res., 48:255-267. 

LEASE, BEN'JAMIX, Assistant Professor of 
English 

Articles 

The student and the English teacher. The 

CEA Critic, 16:1,3. 
John Xeal's quarrel with the IVestminster 

Rcrie-u: Amer. Lit., 26:86-88. 
With Ernest Van Keuren 

Student evaluation of college teaching: a new 

approach. /. Higher Educ, 25:147-150. 
Mark Twain and the publication of Life on 

the Mississippi. Amer. Lit., 2(5:248-250. 

MAXFIELD. DAVID K., Associate Professor 

of Library Science 
Articles 

Counselor librarianship; a new departure. 
Occasional Paper So. 38 of University of 
Illinois Library School, March 1954. 
Counselor librarianship at L'.I.C. College and 
Res. Lib., 75:161-167, 179. 

MELOY, CARL R., Associate Professor of 

Physical Sciences 
Articles 

Some factors influencing the suspension poly- 
merization of styrene-divinylbenzene mix- 
tures. ///. State Acad. Sci. Trans., 46: 
85-92. 
Some trends in the teaching of general 
chemistry. J. Chem. Educ, 57:424-425. 

MORRIS, JAMES R., Instructor in Economics 

The right to work. The Freeman, 4,17:587- 
589. 



MOULTOX, WILLIAM G., Assistant 

Professor of Physics 
Articles 

Applications of nuclear magnetic resonance. 

III. Acad. Sci. Trans., 46:169-173. 



XICHOLSOX. ROBERT L., Assistant 

Professor of Social Sciences 
Books 

Joscelyn I, Prince of Edessa. University of 

Illinois Press, LTrbana. 108 pp. 

PEXXISI, LOUIS L., Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 
Articles 

A rule for solving a certain type of exact 
differential equations. Amer. Math. Mon., 
61:633. 

PITT, CARL ALLEX, Assistant Professor of 
Speech 

Articles 

An analysis and criticism of the 1940 cam- 
paign speches of Wendell L. Willkie. 
Speech Monographs, 27:64-72. 

SACKHEIM, GEORGE I., Instructor in 

Physical Sciences 
Books 

With Roy Huitema 

Second semester chemistry experiments. Stipes 
Publishing Co., Champaign, Illinois. 83 pp. 

SAXCHEZ, JOSE, Assistant Professor of 

Foreign Languages 
Articles 

A library with a culture. School and Society, 

80:\Q\-\02. 
Evaluation of Spanish films. Hispania, Sept., 

pp. 340-341. 
Audio-visual aids. Mod. Lang. J., 38: Jan., 
26-27; Feb., 104-105; March, 151-152; 
April. 206-207; May, 253-254; Oct., 319- 
320; Xov., 378-379; Dec, 426-427. 
Reviews 

El girasol enfermo, by Surama Ferrer. Books 
Abroad, 27:340. 

SCHOLOMITI, XICHOLAS C, Instructor in 

Mathematics 
Articles 

An expression for the Euler <l> Function. 

Amer. .Math. Mon., 61:36. 

SCHRAGE, SAMUEL, Assistant Professor of 
Physical Sciences 

Books 

Laboratory manual for first semester general 
chemistry. Stipes Publishing Co., Cham- 
paign, III. 148 pp. 

SHOPEX, KEXXETH, Assistant Professor of 
Art 

Articles 

Fifty-three articles in the field of art criticism 

published in the Chicago Daily Nezvs from 

January 6 to December 31. 
Artists make the best critics. Art League 

A^ezi's Mag., November. 

THOMPSON', WAYNE N., Associate 
Professor of Speech 

Articles 

Contemporary public address: a problem in 
criticism. Quart. J. Speech, 40:24-30. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 



Aaronson, A. L., 64 
Abood, L. C, 72 
Abernathie, J. W., 37 
Abrahams, E., 46 
Adam, A. V., 36, 37 
Adams, C. R., 5, 7, 9 
Adams. R., 12 
Adamstone. F. H., 57 
Adelson. M.. 50, 51, 52 
Aftandilian. V. D., 16 
Aiken, E. C... 51 
Akamine. R. N., 59, 60 
Alberts. T. O., 10, 56 
Alexander. 1). E., 5, 6 
Alexander, F. tl., 72 
Alexander, M. H., 20, 21 
Allen, A. W., 12 
Allen, E., 68 
Allen, E. D., 68 
Allen, T.. 39, 43 
Allen. T. H. D., Tr., 53 
Allen. M. T.. 74 ' 
Alperovitch. E. A., 13 
Alpert, N. R., 71 
Amador, L. V., 67 
Anderson, A. \V., 24 
Anderson, 1). A., 45 
Anderson. H. O., 4 
Anderson, H. W., 36, 37 
Anderson, R. P., 79 
Anderson. W. S., 16 
Andresen, R. H., 68, 70, 75 
Andrews, A. I., 12 
Andrews, F. B., 51, 53 
Andrews, R. H., 30 
Ang, C. Y., 43 
Anliker, M., 47 
Anner, G. E., 28 
Appleton, J. H., 18 
Armstrong, S. H., 63 
Armstrong, S. H., Jr., 65, 66 
Arnold, A., 67, 73 
Arnold, J. W., 50, 51, 52 
Aron. K., 9 

Aschner. Mary Jane, 27 
Ashley, C. A.. 70 
Audrieth, L. F., 13, 18 
Ausubel, D. P., 24 
Axel, P., 46 

Babero, B. B., 58 
Baer, R., 41 
Bahnfleth, D. R., 42 
Bailar, J. C. Jr., 13, 16 
Bailey, P., 67, 73 
Balagot, R. C, 74, 76 
Balduf, W. v., 30 
Balluffi, R. W., 42 
Bannister, T. C., 9 
Bannister, T. T., 10 
Banta. F. G., 33 
Bardeen, J., 28, 46 
Barker, L. J., 49 
Barnard, J. \V., 28 
Barnes, F. P., 24 
Bartelli, L. J., 4, 6, 7 
Bartlett, J. H., 46 
Bartlett, R. \V., 3, 5 
Barton, Helen M., 78 
Barton, M. (J., 47, 48 
Baserga, R., 68 
Baskin, T., 72 
Bassie, V L., 22 
Batchelor, J. D., 15 
Bateman, H. P., 5 
Bauman, L. F., 5, 6 
Baumeister, C. F., 63 
Baumer, E. F., 3, 5 
Bazola, F. N., 59 
Beach, F. H., 40 
Beamer, P. D., 56, 57 



Hear, S. 11., o9 
Beattie. E. J., Jr., 74 
Beattie, 1. W., 73 
Beck. I'.'A.. 42 
Becker, I). E., 5, 7, 9 
Becker, H. S., 53 
Becker, R. A., 46 
Becker, S. W., Jr., 62 
Beckett, Grace, 22 
Beckett, R. E., 56 
Bedford, N. M., 3 
Begando, J. S., 77 
Beliringer, Clara, 54 
Belford, R. L., 18 
Bell, C. R., 10 
Bell. J. F., 22 
Bemis, \V. P., 36 
Beneventano, M., 46 
Benjamin, F. B., 62 
Bennett, D. G., 12 
Bennett, G. A., 66 
Benzer, S., 10 
Berdahl, C. A., 49, 50 
Berg, I. A., 51 
Bergeim, O., 61 
Bergeson, E. D., 31 
Bergethon. B., 43 
Bernardiiii, G., 46, 47 
Bernstein. L. B., 66 
Bergstrom, I., 47 
Berryman, G. H., 63 
Bersohn, R., 15 
Bert, M. H., 8 
Best, L. J., 65 
Best, W. R., 63, 65, 66 
Bestor, A. E., 34 
Bever, W. M., 5, 6 
Bhalerao, V. R., 31 
Bhaskar, S. N., 59 
Bhattacharyya, P. K., 30 
Bigger, J. H., 6 
Bigler, J. A., 69 
Billet, D. F., 18 
Binkerd, G., 43 
Binkley, S. B., 61 
Birch, C. L., 63 
Birdzell, Ruth A., 22 
Birkland, C. J., 36 
Biswal, G., 56, 57 
Black, L. M., 11 
Blair, G. M., 24, 25, 27 
Blankertz, D. F., 22, 41 
Blatt, F. J., 46 
Blatt, N. G., 65 
Blatt, N. H., 64, 66 
Blicke, F. F., 77 
Blomstrom, D. C, 13 
Bloom, L. R., 28 
Bloom, M., 46, 48 
Bluefarb, S. M., 63 
Blum, I. D., 78 
Boder, D. P., 73 
Bodnar, S. J., 14 
Boggess, W. R., 31 
Boikan, VV. S., 63 
Bollinger, J. A., 74 
Bonin, G. von, 61 
Bonner, J., 6 
Bonnett, O. T., 5 
Booth, A. W., 32 
Boresi, A. P., 55 
Borg, A. F., 8 
Bouwsma, W. J., 34 
Boys, F. E., 28, 44 
Bradley, A., 14 
Bradley, W. F., 32, 33 
Brakke, M. K., 11 
Brandis, R., 23 
Brasure, D. E., IS 
Bratton, R. W., 21 
Bray, R. H., 5, 6 



Brebis, G. T., 63 
Brems, H. 'T., 23 
Brightbill, C. K., 44 
Brighton, G. D., 3 
lirockriede, W. E., 54 
Brodie. A. G., 60 
lironson, J., 58 
Bronstein, I. P., 71 
Brown, C. M., 5 
Brown, D. A., 39 
Brown, 1). E., 37 
Brown, E. L., 52 
Brown, H. N., 46 
Brown, T. W., 61 
l?rugger, H. R., 47 
l?ruice, T. C., 62 
Brunner, M. J., 61 
Bryan, H. S., 56, 57 
Bryan, L. A., 9 
Buckley, N. A., 42 
Bucv, L. L., 5, 8 
Bucy, P. C, 76 
Buddemeier, W. D., 3 
Bueding, E., 10 
Buhrke, V. E., 14 
Bumzahem, C. B., 58 
Burger, A. W., 5 
Burke, H. J., 14 
Burns, J. M., 49 
Burns, K., 54 
Busch, 1). H., 13 
Bush, R. R., 41 
Buswell, A. M., 13, 31 
Butler, Lillian C., 36 

Cain, C. K., 18 

Cammack, E., 23 

Campbell, R. S. F., 57 

Campbell, Z. B., 68 

Campo, Ann, 39 

Carlson-Lee, D., 46, 47 

Carlston, K. S., 38 

Carmin, R. L., 32 

Carnahan, R. E., 17 

Carper, J. W., 50 

Carr, J. M., 32 

Carter, D. G., 5 

Carter, G. C, 30 

Carter, H. E., 13, 36, 61 

Carter, J. C, 7 

Carver, D. R., 55 

Carver, T. R., 48 

Case, H. C. M., 3, 4 

Casida, L. E., 7 

Catchpole, H. R., 60, 70, 71, 77 

Cattell, R. B., 50 

Celmer, W. D., 13 

Chalmers, Ruth V., 11 

Chalmers, W. E., 38, 51, 52 

Chandler, F. A., 68 

Chandler, Margaret K., 38, 51, 52 

Chandler, S. C, 37 

Chang, L, 8 

Chang, P. I., 30 

Chang, S. S., 31 

Chao, B. T., 41 

Chapman, A. B., 7 

Chapman, C. A., 32 

Charles, Virginia R., 36 

Charters, VV. W., Jr., 24 

Chen, C. F., 42 

Chew, G. F., 46 

Chiavarelli, S., 16 

Childers, W., 58 

Chin, C, 10 

Choa, B. T., 42 

Chow, V. T., 18, 19 

Chun, N., 74 

Church, B. D., 10 

Claar, J. B., 3 

Clark, G. L., 14 



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Clark, M. E., 55, 56 
Clark, R. K., Jr., 14 
Cleary, Anne P., 11 
Cleary, E. W., 39 
Cleaver, T., 4 
Clevenger, A. W., 24 
Cohen, A. J., 17 
Cohen, J., 50 
Cohn, R. G., 39 
Cole, n. J., 28 
Cole, R. H., 40, 41 
Cole, W., 70 
Cole, \V. H., 74, 1(> 
Coleman, P. D., 28 
Colgrove, R. S., 12 
Colton, E., 13 
Comings, E. W., 14 
Condon, A., 12 
Connolly, H. H., 19 
Converse, P. D., 41 
Cook, G. C, 26 
Cook, R. L., 12 
Cook, S. P., 71 
Coon, M. J., 17 
Cooper, A. R., 8, 61 
Cooper, H. G., 47 
Cordes, W. A., 30 
Corey, E. J., 14 
Corliss, J. O., 57 
Cornbleet, T., 62, 77 
Cornell, F. G., 24 
Corson, D. R., 47 
Corten, H. T., 55. 56 
Cotsonas. N. J., Jr., 63 
Cottrell, T. L. C, 68 
Coutinho, H., 74 
Cox, J. E., 12 
Cox, W. T., 19 
Craig, J. v.. 7 
Craine, E. M., 20 
Cramer, R. E., 55 
Crandall, E., 12 
Crespi, H. L., 17 
Crew, M. C, 14 
Cribbet, J. E., 39 
Cronbach, L. J., 24 
Cross, A. J., 5 
Cross, J., 76 
Crovetti, A. J., Jr., 17 
Crowder, N. A., 24 
Culbert, J. R., 36, 37 
Culver, L. B., 5, 31, Z7 
Cureton, T. K., Jr., 44 
Current, R. N., 35 
Curry, E. T., 54 
Curtin, D. Y., 14 
Curtin, J. W., 75 
Cutshall, A. D., 78 

Da Cunha, Fernando, 69 
Dalessandro, W., 70 
Damrin, Dora E., 24 
Danaher, M. G., 14 
Darling, D. M., 58 
Daro, A. F., 68 
Daughaday, W. H., 16 
David, P. T., 49 
Davidson, E. H., 29 
Davies, Bernita J., 39 
Davis, C, Jr., 74 
Davisson, E. O., 17 
Day, D. A., 19 
Day, W. J., 71 
Deardorff, D. L., 77 
DeBoer, A., 75 
Deboer, J. J., 25 
de Capua, A. G., Jr., Zi 
Degenkolb, R. S., 12 
Degler, H. E., 42 
DeL^e, S. T., 68 
Delevoryas, T., 1 1 
DeLucia, J. J., 52 
De Peyster, F. A., 74, 75 
Derber, M., 38, 51, 52 
Derbes, V. J., 62 



De Takats, G., 74 
Dethier, \. G., 52 
Detweiler, J., 65 
Dexter, L., 66 
Deyoe, G. P., 25 
Diamond, L. H., 13 
Dickason, D. E., 44 
Dienes, (\. J., 46 
Diffenbaugh, W. G.. 74 
Diggs, A. E., 74 
Dimoff, T., 55 
Ditkovvsky, S., 67 
Doerr, D. W., 77 
Dolan, T. J., 55, 56 
Doland, T. J., 19 
Dolehide; R. A., 64 
Dolehide, R. H., 67 
Doob, J. L., 41 
Doob, L., 50 
Doremus, R. H., 18 
Dorstewitz, Emily L., 57 
Dougherty, D. L., 52 
Dougherty, E. L., Jr., 14 
Dowling, H. F., 64, 65, 66 
Downs, R. B., 39 
Drickamer, H. G., 14 
Drysdale, J. J., 16 
Dubin, A., 64 
Dubin, S. S., 50 
DuBrul, E. L., 59 
Due, J. F., 23 
Duffield, R. B., 14, 46 
Duncan, Margaret M., 45 
Dungan, G. H., 6, 20, 21 
Durham, O. C, 64 
Dye, \V. S., 75, 76 

Earley, E. B., 6, 8 
Eaton, Thelma, 39 
Eby, F. S., 46, 47 
Eccles, J. C, 72 
Edelman, M. J., 38, 49 
Edmondson, J. E., 30 
Ehrensvard, G., 62 
Ehrlich, N. J., 64 
Eichberger, L. C, 56 
Eichenlaub, J. E., 34 
Eisen, N. H., 50 
Eisenberg, H., 67 
El-Bisi, H. M., 30, 31 
Eldred, S., 12 
Ellison, F. P., 53 
Els, H. E., 17 
Elsesser, T. M., 55 
Elstner, R. C, 56 
Elston, C. T., 17 
Emerson, R., 11 
Emery, A. H., Jr., 14 
Emigh, C. R., 46 
Emmons, W. D., 15 
Engel, M. B., 59, 60, 70, 11 
Englis, D. T., 14 
Erickson, E. L., 35 
Erlanger, Margaret, 45 
Ernst, E. W., 28 
Ervin, R. F., 45 
Evans, R. X., 25 
Everitt, W. L., 28, 54 
Everson, T. C, 74 
Ewing, T. N., 50 

Fabricant, X. D., 69 
Fahnestock, M. K., 41 
Fairbanks, G., 54 
Faletti, R. J., 39 
Falk, G., 12 
Falls, F. H., 68 
Farooqui, H. M., 37 
Fatt, P., 12 
Feder, E., 4 

Fehrenbacher, J. B., 4, 6, 7 
Feild, R. B., 15 
Feldman, L., 64 
Fell, E. H., 74 
Fellmann, J. D., 32 



Felsher, Z., 62 
Fenzau, C. F., 4 
Ferber, R., 22, 41 
Fett, E. R., 16 
Fett, (i. H., 28 
Fiedler, F. E., 50 
Fields, M., 71 
Fields, T., 65 
Findley, \V. N., 56 
Finland, M., 65 
Finn, R. K., 14 
Firth, J., 8 
Fisch, M. H., 44 
Fischer, J. W., 64 
Fischer, R. F., 17 
Fishbein, M., 64 
Fishbock, W. W., 45 
Fisher, H., 9, 20 
Fisher, H. I., 57, 58 
Fisher, P. C, 46 
Fishman, M., 61 
Flanagan, J. T., 29 
Flanders, D. P., 23 
Fletcher, M., 43 
Fletcher, M. J., 14 
Fletcher, S., 43 
Florio, A. E., 45 
Foley, E. F., 66 
Folse, C. L., 3 
Foote, R. H., 21 
Forbes, R. M., 5, 8 
Foreman, I. M., 64 
Forney, R. A., 74 
Forth, M. W., 5 
Fosler, G. M., 36, 37 
Foster, H. M., 17 
Fowler, E. F., 74 
Fox, B. W., 66 
Fox, K., 4, 30 
Fox, Margaret G., 46 
Fox, R. C, 16 
Fraenkel, G., 18 
Fraenkel, G. S., 30 
Frajola, W. J., 18 
Frank, Evelyn, 78 
Frank, M. H., 72 
Frank, P. J., 15 
P'rankel, M., 22 
Franklin, M., 64 
Frauenfelder, H., 47 
Fray, F. J., 13 
Freeman, J. P., 15 
French, E., 30 
Frey, J. R., 33 
Frey, S. E., 15 
Friedberg, S. A., 70 
Friedberg, S. D., 69 
Friedlander, G., 14, 46 
Friedlander. William S., IS 
Friedman, S., 30 
Frieswyk, S., 43 
Frisberg, C. N., 25 
Fruin, E. G., 3 
Fry, F. J., 28, 31 
Fry, R. B., 28 
Fry, W. J., 28 
Frye, C. W., 62 
Fujiwara, S., 15 
Fuller, G., 16, 17 
Fuller, H. J., 11, 12 
Fuller, J. A., Jr., 15 
Funnell, J. W., 68 
Fuson, R. C, 15, 17 

Gabuzda, (j. J., 65 
Gage, N. L., 25 
Gaier, E. L., 51, 52 
Gal, E. M., 71 
Gallagher, J. J., 25 
Gallicchio, v., 58 
Gallicchio, Virginia, 13, 36 
Gallup, G. A., 16 
Garber, M., 48 
Gardner, K. E., 8. 20 
Garland, J. H., 7,2 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 83 



Garret. M. R., 45 
Garrigus, U. S., 5, 6, 8 
Garvey, X. F., 49 
Gash, V. W., 16 
Gasul. IV M.. 67 
Geanakoplos, D. T., 35 
Gearien, J. E., 11 
Geiger, A., 72 
Gell-Mann, M., 47 
Gerard. R. W., 72 
Gerdemann. J. \V., 6 
Gertv. F. T., 12 
Gibson. R.. 23 
Gieseking, J. E., 6 
Gilbert. \V. M., 50 
Ciilchrist, R. K., 74, 75 
Gilkerson, W. R.. 16 
Gilkev. H. T.. 42 
Gill, S., 12 
Gill, S. J., 18 
Gillesbv, W. J., 75 
Gillespie. G. R., 16 
Gilpin, R. H., II 
Gindler, J. E., 14, 46 
Gittelson, L. A., 76 
Glaser, D., 53 
Gleave. Gwen. 76 
Gohrbrandt, E. C, 16 
Goldberg. E., dl 
Goldberg. E. E., 64, 66 
Goldemberg, J., 47 
Goldstein, S. E., 64 
Goldwasser, E. L., 46, 47 
GoUher. M. G., 45 
GoUin, H. A., 68 
Goodfellow, J. G., 74 
Goodpaster, W. \V., 58 
Goodyear, Margaret R., 36 
Gordon, A. S., 62 
Gordon. E. B., 57 
Gordon. H. A., 45 
Gotshalk, D. \V., 44 
Gottlieb, D., 13, 36 
Gouldner. A. \V., 53 
Gove, S. K., 34 
Graettinger, J. S., 64 
Graham, L., 72 
Graham, R., 56, 57 
Grampp, W. D., 78 
Gray, H. E., 30 
Gray, R. S., 21 
Gravbiel, A., 64 
Greeley, P. W., 75 
Green, R., 75 
Greenberg, B., 77 
Greenberg, D. M., 71 
Greenfield, P., 42 
Greenspon, S. A., 70 
Grim, R. E., 32, 33 
Griminger, P., 9 
Grinker. R. R., 72 
Griswold, E., 16 
Gropp, A. H., 28 
Gross. S. L., 29 
Grove, \V. J., 75, 76 
Gruber, G. J., 62 
Gruen, \V., 50 
Guillou, J. C, 18, 19 
Gullette, C. C, 31 
Gulley, H. E., 54 
Guir.precht, \V. H., 18 
Gunnar, R. M., 63 
Gunsalas, I. C, 10 
Gustus, E. L., 62 
Gutowsky, H. S., 15 
Guzauskas, A., 76 

Haan, H. de, 52 
Haas, G. M., 68, 75 
Haas, L. L., 67, 11 
Hackett, R. P., 78 
Hackleman, J. C, 6, 7 
Hagan, C. B., 49 
Haig, R. L., 29 
Haines. \V. J., 17 



Hale. \V. H., 8 
Hall, A. S., 2i 
Hall, H. S., 12 
Hallowell, R. E., 32 
Halstead, \V. P., 54 
Hall, 1!. v., 58 
Hall, L. H., 46 
Halvorson, H. O., 10, 31 
Hamburg, D. A., 12 
Hamerow, T. S., 35 
Hamilton. T. S., 6, 8 
Hamlin, H. M., 25 
Hammann, \V. C., 15 
Hancock, T. W., 30 
Hancock. R. S., 41 
Hand, H. C, 25, 21 
Hannah, H. \V., 3, 4 
Hanneman, W. W., 16 
Hanrattv, T. J., 15 
Hansen, M. H., 41 
Hansen, R. G., 9, 20 
Hanson. A. O., 47, 48 
Hanson. J. B., 6 
Hanson. L. E., 57 
Haran. T., 62 
Harbeson, R. \V., 23 
Hardt. L., 66 
Harkness, B., 29 
Harman. Marian, 40 
Harno. A. T.. 39 
Harrell. R." H., 52 
Harris. W. S., 42 
Harshbarger, K. E., 6, 20, 21 
Hartz. R. E., 44 
Harvey. R. A., 67, 73 
Harvey, R. O., 23 
Hashimura, S., 73 
Hasler, S. G., SO, 51, 52 
Hass, G. M., 69, 70 
Hassan, H. A., 3 
Hassan, H. H., 37 
Hastings, W., 43 
Hatfield, E. E., 5, 8 
Hawthorne, E. VV., 12 
Hays, R. L., 20, 21 
Heady. E. O., 4 
Hebrank, E. F., 42 
Heck, C. v., 68 
Heckard, L. R., 11 
Hedrick, T. I., 30 
Heinemann, B., 30 
Heller, A., 41 
Henderson, C. R., 21 
Henderson, K. B., 27 
Henderson, L. M., 15 
Henderson, W. J., 73 
Hendley. E. D., 71 
Heneberry, \V. H., 4 
Henner, R., 69 
Henning, D., 40 
Herreid, E. O., 30 
Herrick, M. T., 29 
Herron, R. H., 12 
Hewitt, B., 54 
Heym, G. A., 10 
Hick, F. K., 41 
Hieronymus, T. A., 4 
Highkin, H. R., 6 
Higgins, H. G., 76 
Higuchi, Y., 55 
Hill, Helen N., 15 
Hill, R. D., 47 
Hill, R. W., 15 
Hiller, L. A., Jr., 18, 22 
Hilton, H. H., 3 
HinchclilT, K. H., 5, 31, 37 
Hines, J. X., 28 
Hinman, C. \V., 16 
Hittle, C. X., 6 
Hochmuth, Marie, 54 
Hochschild, G. P., 41 
Hoeltje, W. C, 19 
Hoffman, W. S., 64 
Hoffmeister, D. F., 44, 58 
Hognestad, E., 56 



Hohf, R. P., 75 
Hohn, F. E., 28 
Holaday, A. G., 29. 54 
Holinger, P. H., 69, 76 
Hollender, A. R., 69 
Hollender, M.. 12 
Hollv, L. E.. 14 
Holt', A. S., 11 
Hook, J. H., 28 
Hopper. J. H., 8, 20 
Horsfall, \V. R., 30 
Horwitz. I. D., 69, 70 
Horwitz, M., 25 
Houvoiiras, E. T.. 15 
Howard, L. B., 5, 30, 31 
Howes, ]:>., 19, 51 
Hoyman, H. S., 45 
Huang. E. Y., 19 
Hubbard, A. \V., 45 
Hudson. P. K., 28, 44 
Hudson, Ruth A., 38, 51 
Huegy, H. M., 41 
Huelsen, W. A., 36, 37 
Huff, \V. H., 78 
Huitema, R., 78, 79 
Huizenga, J. R., 14, 46 
Hultzen. L. S., 54 
Humoller, F. L., 67 
Huntington, W. C., 19 
Hurivitz, C. H., 68 
Hurwitz, W. N., 41 
Hutter, Harriett, S., 53 
Hwang, K., 62 
Hyman, S., 66 

Ingle, L., 58 
Ingraham, R. C., 71 
Inouye, T., 41 
Intrater, J., 43 
Ivens, Virginia, 57 
Ivy, A. C, 62 

Jackobs, J. A., 6 
Jackson, C. O., 45 
Jackson, E. G., 43 
Jackson, F. H., 32 
Jackson, G. G., 64, 65, 66 
Jackson, H. L., 15 
Jackson, M. \V., 19 
Jackson, W. G., 14 
Jackson, W. V., 40 
Jacobs, E., 1 1 
Jaeger, R. P., 54 
Jaffe, Bertha, 70 
James, Eugenia L., 40 
James, INIarian F., 5, 8 
James, Verda E., 59 
Janssen, Constance C., 40 
Jaunin, R., 15 
Javid, H., 75, 76 
Jeffries, Q. R., 14 
Jenkins, Frances B., 40 
Jenkinson, E. L., 68 
Jensen, R. S., 55 
Jentschke, \V. K., 47 
Johns, W. D., 32, 33 
Johnson, B. C, 8, 9, 20 
Johnson, C. A., 61 
Johnson, IJ., 12 
Johnson, E. H., 21 
Johnson, H. \V., Jr., 14 
Johnson, P. E., 6 
Johnson, R. A., 15 
Johnson, R. B., 18 
Johnson, R. E., 49 
Johnson, R. H., 45 
Johnson, W. M., 28 
Johnston, K. C, 69 
Johnstone, H. F., 15 
Jokela, J. J., 31 
Jonas, E. C., ZZ 
Jones, F. M., 41 
Jones, J. P., 37 
Jones, M. M., 13, 16 



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Jones, K. A., 52, 76 
Jones, K. S., 24, 25, 27 
Jones, Ruilard A., 52 
TonKedyk, H. A., 7 
josepli, N. R., 60, 62, 70, 77 
JuK'enlicimer, R. VV., 5, 6 
Julian, (). C, 75, 76 
Juni, E., 10 
JuvelancI, A. C, 47 

Kaliane, H. R., 53, 54 
Kahane, Renee, 53 
Kahn, S. C, 9 
Kahn, S. K., 8 
Kaiser, (!. 1)., 66 
Kalenda, N. W., 17 
Kaiser, M. H., 62 
Kanieiietzky, J., 52 
Kaniinski, L., 67 
Kanip, J. R., 36 
Kane, F. J., 43 
Kanzig, VV., 47 
Kaplan, E., 65 
Kaplan, M., 43, 53 
Kaplan, M. A., 64 
Kapple, W. H., 52 
Karanikas, A., 79 
Kark, R. M., 63, 65, 71 
Karsh, 15., 38 
Kauf, R., 79 
Kaufman, I., 28 
Kaufman, O. W.. 30, 31 
Kaulfers, W. V., 25 
Kearns, C. W., 30 
Keelye, J. L., 76 
Keirs, R. J., 20 
Keith, W. M., 45 
Kell, B. L., 79 
Kelly, J. C, 54 
Kelly, R., 43 
Kellv, T. L., 18 
Kelly, V. M., 36 
Kemmerer, IJ. L., 23 
Kemmerer, H. R., 5, 31, 37 
Kempe, L. L., 5, 30, 31 
Kempf, J. E., 61 
Kendall, K. A., 20, 21 
Kendall, VV., 50 
Kendeigh, S. C, 58 
Kendel, j., 43 
Kendell, H. VV., 71 
Kenney, H. E., 45 
Kerman, R. O., 47 
Kerr, R. O., 15 
Kerrick, Jean S., 20 
Kesler, C. E., 55 
Kettelkanip, (j. C, 25 
Kharasch, N., 62 
Kiefer, J. H., 75 
King. E. E., 71 
King, L., 70 
Kinney, Janet R., 65 
Kinsey, (j. H., 47 
Kipnis, G. P., 64, 65, 66 
Kippur, P. S., 13 
Kirk, S. A., 25 
Kitzmiller, J. B., 57, 58 
Kiawans, A. H., 68 
Kleinberg, J., 13 
Kleis, R. VV., 5 
Klingebiel, A. A., 7 
Klolir, Mildred C, 36 
Klute, A., 6, 7 
Knap, J. E., 14 
Knauth, P., 45 
Kneier, C. M., 49 
Knight, A. A., 67 
Kobak, A. ]., 68 
Koehler, li!, 5, 6 
Koehler, J. S., 47, 48 
Koeller, H. L., 5 
Koester, L. J., 47 
Kofman, S., 64, 65 
Kohn, P., 14, 61 
Koketsu, K., 72 



Kolstoe, O. P., 25 
Konzo, S., 42 
Kornfeld, W., 8 
Kosliansky, Olga, 53 
Korst, H. H., 42 
Koski, Ruth E., 15 
Kraemer, H. F., 16, 18 
Krakower, C. A., 70 
Krathwohl, 1). R., 25 
Krausz, N. G. P., 3, 4 
Krebs, A. H., 25 
Kreger, VV. E., 47 
Kremen, S., 72 
Kruger, P. G., 47 
Kruidenier, F. J., 58 
Krzvwoblocki, M. Z., 3 
Kubitz, O. A., 44 
Kudo, R. R., 58 
Kuhn, A. O., 5 
Kuhn, VV., 25, 43 
Kukral, J., 63 
Kummerow, F. A., 31 
Kuper, A. B., 28, 48, 49 
Kurtz, L. T., 5, 6 
Kuypers, J., 43 
Kyle, L. R., 5, 31, 37 

Labbe, B. G., 16 
Lacey, R. J., 58 
Laitinen, H. A., 13, 16 
Lake, T., 74 
Lambert, C. N., 68 
Lambert, G. F., 17 
Lamming, G. E., 20, 21 
Lampert, E. G., 74 
Lampert, L. M., 30 
Lancour, H., 40 
Landman, O. E., 10 
Lands, VV. E. M., 13 
Lang, A. L., 6, 20, 21 
Langdon, Lois M., 34, SO 
Langebartel, D. A., 58 
Langebartel, R. G., 41 
Langer, L. M., 14, 46 
Langer, S. S., 73 
Langhaar, H. L., 55, 56 
Lanier, L. H., 51 
Larner, J., 16 
Larson, B. L., 21 
Lary, B. G., 74 
Laskin, D. M., 59 
Lassiter, J. VV., 5, 7, 9 
Lauder, I. M., 57 
Laughlin, J. S., 67, 73 
LaVelle, A., 61 
LaVelle, F. VV., 61 
Laven, H., 58 
Law, L. VV., 62 
Lawrence, N. L., 10, 13 
Laws, J. F., 70. 74 
Lawson, D. D., 57 
Lawson, E. D., 52 
Lawson, J. J., 47 
Lawson, J. S., 47 
Lazarus, D., 47, 48 
Lease, B., 79 
Leavitt, G. S., 52 
Le Beau, L. J., 61 
Lederer, F. L., 69, 70 
Lee, C. L., 11 
Lee, F. J., 25 
Lee, H., 18 
Legator, M., 13, 36 
Lehman, A. F., 56 
Lehmann, E. VV., 5 
Lendrum, L T., 52 
Leng, E. R., 6 
Lennox, E. S., 10 
Leonard, J. VV., 23 
Leonard, N. J., 16, 17 
Leonhard, C, 43 
Lepper, M. H., 64, 65, 66 
Leppert, Ella C, 25, 27 
Letaw, H., Jr., 28, 46, 48, 49 
Levin, M. J., 76 



Levine, N. D., 56, 57 

Levine, S. B., 38 

Levy, J. C, 56 

Lewenstein, M., 25 

Lewis, A., 43 

Lewis, E. G., 49 

Lewis, G. K., 69 

Lewis, O., 53 

Lewy, A., 70 

Lewy, R. B., 70 

Lichtenstein, B. VV., 67 

Lichtenstein, M. R., 65, 70 

Lichtwardt, R. W., 11 

Lidge, R. T., 68 

Lidiard, A. B., 47 

Liebman, S., 72 

Liener, I. E., 30 

Lifton, VV. M., 26 

Limarzi, L. R., 63, 65, 66 

Linford, M. B., 37 

Link, R. P., 57 

Linn, M. B., 37 

Linsky, L., 44 

Linsley, C. M., 6 

Lipke, H., 30 

Liska, K. J., 77 

Littman, A., 66 

Littman, Margaret, 75 

Liu, C, 61 

Liu, T., 14 

Locklin, D. P., 24 

Loewy, A., 69, 70 

Lohmann, K. B., 18 

London, J., 38 

Long, C. L., 15 

looker, C. B., 9 

Lyoomis, G. VV., 67 

Ix>ranger, VV. F., 14 

Lorenz, R. VV., 31 

Lott, R. v., 37 

Louis, J., 63, 65 

Lx>ux, H. M., 18 

Love, H., 68 

Lovejoy, E. R., 17 

Low, F. E., 47 

Luria, S. E., 10 

Luria, Zella, 19, 51 

Lutts, A. H., 43 

Lynch, D. L., 7 

Lyons, E. H., Jr., 16 

Macapanpan, L. C, 59, 60 
MacDougall, T., 58 
Machlup, S., 47 
Mackay, R. P., 68 
Madow, VV. G., 41 
Magnes, J., 72 
Mainous, B. H., 32 
Majarakis, J. D., 74 
Malmstadt, H. V., 16 
Malmstrom, H. E., 22 
Malone, A. J., 60 
Maloney, J. E., 67 
Mange, F. E., 15 
Manner, G., 49 
Mansfield, M. E., 56, 57 
Mapother, D. E., 48 
Marchetti, P. V., 51 
Marienfeld, C. J., 71 
Markley, G., 29 
Markley, J. G., 54 
Markovitz, M., 72 
Marks, M. R., 20 
Marquardt, VV. C, 56, 57 
Marshall, VV. A., 68 
Martin, D. E., 56 
Martin, VV. B., 57 
^Martin, VV. E., 26, 27 
Marvel, C. S., 16 
Marx, J. VV., 47 
Mason, H. M., 51 
Massler, M., 60 
Masterton, W. L., 16 
Matheny, VV. G., 51 
Mattson, R. H., 12 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 85 



Maurer, R. T., -48 

Mautz, R. K., 3 

Maxfieki. I). K., 79 

McCall. D. \V., 15 

McClure, L. \V., 38 

McClure, \V. P.. 26 

McCollum. J. P., i7 

McCollv, H. F., 26 

McCormick, J. B., 70 

McDaniel. T. C. i7 

Mcnonald, "V. J., 29 

Mci;rei;or, .1. C, 53 

MclJrew, Elizaheth A., 70, 74 

McKiiiney, H. H., 37 

Mc Knight. \V. A.. 41) 

McLarty, Vivian K., 40 

McLeod, Kathcrine, t)3 

McMenamin, U. I.. 71 

McNatt, E. 1?., 24 

.McNickle, C. M.. It. 

McPherson, W. H., 38 

McQuitiy, L. L.. 38, 51, 52 

Mcfag^art, G. D., 12 

MiXiliie, (.;. C, 9 

Meagher, R. E., 22 

Meiluna, L. J., 73 

Mcfk, W. L., 31 

-Meloy, C. R., 79 

Moisted, S. \V.. 4, 6, 7 

Melton, C. E., 49 

Merrieks, J. \V., 75 

Metcalt. L. E., 2(., 27 

Metta, V. C, 8 

Metzger. M., 43 

Meyer, lulia, 59 

Mever. L. H., 15 

Micks, U. \V., 58 

Miles, J. C, 42 

Miles. J. W., 14 

Millar, D. D., 46 

Miller. Cecelia E., 76 

Miller, D. C, 18 

Miller, ]. G., 7i 

Miller, J. M., 14, 46 

Miller, L. E., 16 

Miller. P. M., i7 

Miller, P. V., 26 

Miller, R. C, 48 

Miller, R. D., 62 

Miller, R. E., 61 

Miller, \V. T., 21 

Milles, G., 7'0 

Millican, R. D., 41 

Mills, F. E., Ill, 47 

Mills, J. R., 13 

Milner, R. T., 31 

Milum, V. G., 30 

Milzer, A., 66 

Mistry, S. P., 8 

Mitchell, H. H., 8 

Mitchell, J. H., 62 

Mitchell, \V. 1., 56 

Miyano, S., 12 

Mizenberg, E., 65 

Moeller, T., 16 

Mohammed, C, 60 

Moldave, K., 62 

Moltz, H., 52 

Monroe, C. \V., 68, 75 

Montgomery, M. M., 66 

Monypenny, P., 49 

Moody, K. G., 56 

Moore, W. J., 26, 27 

Moorefield, H. H., 30 

Moos, M., 49 

Moos, \V. S., 73 

Morey, L., 50 

Morgan, Agnes F., 36 

-Morgan, Jeanne, 11 

Morrell, \V. E., 32 

Morrill, C. C, 57 

Morri.-,, J. R., 79 

Mo:,h>erg, \V. H., 28 

Moitus, E. J., 16 



Mould, R. E., 48 
Moulton, 15., 65 
Moiilton. W. G., 79 
Mowrer, O. H., 51 
Mover. C. A., 3 
Muckler, F. A., 51 
Muehrcke, R. C. 65 
Mueller. A. G., 4 
Mueller. H. F., 13 
Mueller, Katherine 1^., 13 
Mueller, 1). E., 22 
Munse, \V. H., 19 
Murphv, R., 54 
MurphV, R. F., S3 
Muriihy. ^■olanda, 53 
Murthv, G. K., 31 
Mutti,' R. .1.. 4 

Nadeau, R. E., 54 

Xalbandov, A. V'., 9 

Nance, J. F., 11 

Nash, J. P., 22 

Neil, J. C, 13 

Nelson, A. 1., 5, 30, 31 

Nelson, D., 62 

Nelson, J. L., 5, 6 

Nelson, W. O., 20, 21 

Netherton, L. E., 13 

Neuhaus, J. O., 52 

Neuhauser, Irene, 62 

Nevens, W. 15., 6, 20, 21 

Newcomb, Melva D., Ol 

Newland, T. E., 26 

Newniark, N. M., 19 

Newton, C. Rita, 26 

Nichols, E. D., 26 

Nicholson, R. L., 79 

Nickell, L. G., 11 

Nicolai. V. O., 47 

Nielson, E. D., 18 

Nock, F. J., 33 

Nora, E. C;., Jr., 68 

Norberg, C. A., 75 

Norberg, R. E., 48 

Nordsieck, A. T., 4 8 

Norton, H. W., 5, 7, 8, 9, 30, 31 

Norton, L. J., 4 

Notzold, R. A., 7, 9 

Nowell, C. E., 35 

Nunnally, J. C, 19, 51 

Nuseberger, G. A., 17 

Nussberger, G. A., 17 

Nye, R. E., 43 

Nystrom, R. F., 17, 18 

Odell, R. T., 7 
Ohlsen, M. M., 26 
Ohnysty, B., 12 
O'Kane, C, 74 
O'Kane, D. T., 10 
O' Kelly, L. 1., 51 
Oki, M., 16 
Olander, G. A., 75 
Oldberg, E., 68 
Oliver, R. P., 19, 54 
Oliver, W. A., 19 
Olsen, A. E., 25 
Olson, E., 78 
Olson, R. O., 4 
Olwin, J. H., 75 
Oomura, Y., 73 
Ordal, Z. J., 10, 30, 31 
Ormiston, E. E., 20, 21 
O'Rourke, J. D., 15 
Osborn, R. C., 24 
Osgood, C. E., 19, 20, 51 
Otis, J., 34 
Ootte, H. M., 43 
Overhauser, A. W., 48 
Overman, O. R., 20 

Pachter, I. J., 12 
Pachtman, E. A., 61 
Packard, D., 74, 76 



Packard, T. M., 64 

Page, D. A., 26 

Pake, G. E., IS 

Palisca, C, 43 

I'arrish, W. M., 54 

Parshall, G. \V., 15 

Partridge, Miriam I., 71 

Pascal, L. R., 66 

Pascale, L. R., 64 

Passarelli, E. W., 67 

Passer. M., 1 (> 

Patterson, 15. R., 45 

Paul, S., 29 

Paul, \V. H., 51, S3 

Paut, N. C, 30 

Payne, T. A., 52 

Peck, R. B., 19 

Pelican, E. W., 71 

Peltason, J. W., 49 

Pendleton, J. W., 5, 6, 7 

Pennington, L. A., 51 

Pennisi, L. L., 79 

Perlnian, L., 66 

Perreault, J. (J., 60 

Peters, M. S., 17 

Peters, W. H., 25 

Peterson, 1). R., 51 

Peterson, L, F., 68 

Peterson, L. V., 20 

Peterson, R. L., 12 

Peterson, T. U., 38 

Pfaffmann, C, 52 

Philippson, E. A., 33 

Phipps, L. J., 26 

Pickard, G. E., 5 

Pierre, J. J., 6 

Pietrangeli, Angelina R., 53, 54 

Pigage, L. C, 42 

Pilgeram, L. O., 71 

Pindborg, J. J., 60 

Pines, 1)., 48 

Pingry, R. E., 26 

Pirani, C. L., 65, 74 

Pitt, C. A., 79 

Plagge, J. C, 61 

Plamenac, D., 43 

Piankenhorn, VV. J., 12 

Pohndorf, R. H., 45 

Pollock, G. H., 7i 

Ponierantz, S. H., 12 

Pomper, L., 72 

Poole, Florence, 53 

Poole, S. P., 3 2 

Popper, H., 66 

Portnoy, W. M., 28, 48 

Potter, G. C, 31 

Potthoff, E. F., 27 

Potts, W. J., 69, 75 

Powell, D., 36, Z7 

Prestridge, J. A., 9 

Price, G. A., 48 

Primiano, N. P., 68 

Printy, G. E., 30 

Promislow, A. L., 17, 18 

Proops, W., 14 

Prosser, C. L., 49 

Puestow, C. B., 75 

Puestow, R. C, 65 

Pundsack, F. L., 17 

Purko, M., 21 

Putnam, R. E., 17 

Quackenbusli, G. (i., 3, 5 
Uuinn, J. R., 67 

Rabinowitch, E. I., 11 
Rafelson, M. E., Jr., 62 
Railfa, H., 41 
Ramaniah, M. V., 17 
Ramser, J. H., 5 
Ranney, A., 50 
Ranz, J., 40 
Ray, li. R., 17 
Kay, G. N., 29 



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Kav, W., 25 
Kti)er, E. F., 57 
Keilfield, A. C, 48 
Heed, C. 1.. 71 
Keed, W. C, 19 
Kehder, H., 33 
Reis, I. L., 42 
Reiss, F. J., 4 
Reynolds, 1. T.. 75 
Rhoades, Vi. E., 57 
Rhoades, M. M., 11 
Khoile, C. S., 21 
Uliodes, F. 11. r., 33 
Richardson. T. S., 30 
Kichter, C. 1'., 52 
Kiker, \V. L.. 75 
Rilfv, J. \V., Jr., 20 
Kiniiie, M. L., 50, 51. 52 
l\ol)l)iiis, F., 72 
Kohcrts, H. C, 28 
Koherts. W. J., 13 
Robertson, J. M., 56 
Robertson, Lynn, 4 
Robertson, S., 66 
kobins, H. F., 29 
Robinson, C. N., 16 
Robinson, I. B., 5Q 
Robinson, W. H., 47 
Rodebush, W. H., 17 
Rodkey, F. S., 35 
Roepke, H. G., 32 
Rogers, M. H., 9 
RoUeri, G. D., 21 
Romanski, A., 70 
Ronningeti, T. S., 5 
Rooney, F. J., 39 
Rooney, J. A., 76 
Roose, R. W., 42 
Root, W. S., 71 
Rose, R. F., 76 
Rose, W. C, 17 
Rosen, H., 38, 51, 53 
Rosen, M. D., 59 
Rosen, R. A. H., 38, 53 
Rosenblum, A. H., 69 
Rosenthal, S. R., 66 
Rosenwald, A., 73 
Ross, C. v., 6, 8 
Ro.ss, D., 56 
Ross, W. A., 25 
Rostenberg, A., Jr., 62, 6.' 
Rothrock, J. W., 14 
Rotman, B., 10 
Rubin, L., 03 
Rudman, H. C, 27 
Rumsey, V. H., 28 
Russel, D. A., 7 
Russell, F. A., 4 
Russell, H. G., 3 
Russell, J. A., 32 
Russell, L. A., 13, 31 
Russell, M. B., 6, 7 
Rust, R. H., 7 
Rutherford, W. M., 14 
Rutledge, R. L., 14, 15 
Ryer, K., HI, 63 

Sacher, J. A., 11 

Sackheim, (J. I., 78, 79 

Sadove, M. S., 59, 69, 74, 75, 76 

Saika, A., 48 

St. Clair, L. E., 57 

St. John, W., 16 

Sakuragi, T., 31 

Salant.E. O., 47 

Salisbury, G. W., 20. 21 

Salzman, Freda F., 48 

Salzman, G., 22, 48 

Sampson, J., 57 

Samter, M., 66, 71 

Sanchez, J., 79 

Sanford, C. W., 27 

Sanford, H. N., 70 

Saphir, O., 70 



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Sapliir, \V., 66 

Sapora, A. V., 45 

Saporta, S., 54 

Sargent, F., II, 32, 49 

Sargent, Virginia \V., 49 

Sarma, B. D., 13 

Sarnat, B. G., 59, 60 

Sartain, E. L., 42 

Sassenrath, E. N., 71 

Sauer, E. L., 3, 4, 6, 7 

Saunders, D. R., SO 

Saupe, J. L., 24 

Saxton, G. A., Jr.. 66 

Saxton, Patricia M., 18 

Saxton, R. L., 14 

Schaap, W. B.. 13, 16 

Schaefter, G. U, 64 

Schaeffer, T. N., 71 

Schaffner, C. P., 13, 36 

Scheer, H. M., 69 

Scheiick, N. C, 7 

Schendel, H. E., 8 

Scherr, G. H., 61 

Schiff, H. M., 24 

Schiller, A. A., 71 

Schiller, F., 69 

Schlesinger, H., SO, 51, 52 

Schlichter, J., 7S 

Schmid, H. E., 72 

Schmitt, R. A., 48 

Schnebly, M. I., 39 

Schneewind, J. H., 75, 76 

Sehnell, E., 76 

Schoentjerger, T. A., 63, 65, 66 

Scholomiti, N. C, 79 

Schoolman, H. M., 66 

Schour, L, 59 

Schowalter, W. R., 15 

Schrage, S., 79 

Schramm, W., 20 

Schuetz, W. H., 27 

Schultz, R., 26 

Schulz, P., 67 

Schumacher, R. T., 48 

Schumann, I). W., 34 

Schwartz, L., 76 

Schwartz, Pearl, 13 

Schwarz, H. J., 70 

Schwerdt, R. F., 21 

Scott, A. L., 29 

Scott, E. T., 41 

Scott, E. S., 13 

Scott, H. M., 9, 20 

Scott, R. E., SO 

Scott, W. O., 6, 7 

Scovill, H. T., 3 

Scranton, L; L., 26 

Scuderi, C, 76 

Seabury, H., 54 

Searles, S., 15 

Sears, O. H., 7 

Secord, A. W., 29 

Seed, L., 70 

Segall, M. J., 76 

Seidler, A. H., 45 

Seigle, L. L., 42 

Seitz, F., 47, 48 

Senear, F. E., 63 

Seng, C. N., 45 

Series, E. R., 77 

Sevag, M. G., 61 

Severens, J. A., 61 

Severns, W. H., 42 

Shaffer, P. R., 33 

Shands, H. L.. 5 

Shannon, F. A., 35 

Shanor, L., 11 

Shapiro, S. L., 70 

Shatkin, J., 63, 65 

Sheffner, A. L., 61 

Shelford, V. E., 58 

Shellow, H., 63 

Shelton, R. E., 45 

Sherbo, A., 29 



Sherman, Irene C, 73 
Shideler, E. H., S3 
Shigemura, Y., 11 
Shima, A. T., 76 
Shiota, T., 13 
Shnider, B. I., 63 
Shoemaker, 11. H., 58 
Shopen, K., 79 
Shores, J. H., 26, 27 
Short, R. W. P., 12, 13 
Shotwell, Anna M., SO 
Shrifter, H., 64, 66 
Shuford, E. H., Jr., 52 
Shumway, \V., 57 
Shwavder, D. S., 44 
Siclu'r, II., 59, 60 
Sideljottom, O. M., 55, 56 
Siebert, F. S., 38 
Sienicki, E. A., 16 
Siess, C. P., 19, 56 
Sights, R., 63, 65 
Silow, R. A., 6 
Silva, P. C, 11 
Simons, R. K., 37 
Simpson, R. H., 24, 25, 27 
Sinclair, G. M., 55, 56 
Singer, S., 47 
Single, R. V., 28 
Sirich, J. B., 35 
Sirkis, M. D., 28 
Skeen, J. R., 50, 51, 52 
Skolnik, E. M., 70 
Skornia, H. J., 38 
Slaughter, D. P., 74, 76 
Slicbter, C. P., 48 
Slife, F. W., 7 
Slifkin, L. M.. 28, 48, 49 
Slutsky, H., 32 
Smeby, R. R., 16 
Sissman, E. E., 77 
Smith, B. O., 27 
Smith, C. M., 71 
Smith, C. F., 17 
Smith, H. M., 58 
Smith, Jean C., 57 
Smith, T. F. D., 28 
Smith, j. H., 47, 48 
Smith, R. A., 10 
Smith, R. C, 62 
Smith, R. M., 29 
Smith, W. E., 15 
Smythe, D. W., 20, 24 
Snader, D. W., 27 
Sneed, Thelma, 10 
Sneen, R. A., 14 
Snider, C. F., 34, SO 
Snider, H. J., 6, 7 
Snitman, M. F., 69, 70 
Snyder, H. R., 15, 17 
Snyder, J., 4S 
Snyder, J. N., 48 
Soboroff, B. J., 69, 70 
Sobotka, Frances F., 32 
Solomon, L. N., 51 
Somers, L. A., 36, 37 
Sonder, E., 28, 48, 49 
South, F. E., Jr., 71 
Southwick, H. \V., 74, 76 
Spaeth, R., 61 
Spellberg, M. A., 66 
Spence, J. M., 59, 76 
Spencer, W. F., 6 
Spiegelman, S., 10 
Spies, H. W., 64, 65, 66 
Spinka, H. M., 63 
Stafford, G. T., 45 
Stagner, R., 38, 51, 52 
Staley, S. C, 45 
Stall, J. B., 4, 6, 7 
Stanford, G., 7 
Stanger, J., 74 
Starks, P. B., 8 
Starr, C. G., 35 
Stauffer, R. S., 7 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 87 



Stearns, R. P., 35 
Steck. 1. K., 6(> 
Steele. M. C, 56 
Stognieir, C. R., 27 
Steii;niann, ¥., (i4, 60 
Steinberg, M. P.. 31 
Steiner, Doris L., 10 
Steiner, G. A., 2\ 
Steiner, (".. Y., 34, 50 
Steiner, 1. D., 52 
Stejskal, E. O., 15 
Stellar, E., 52 
Stendler, Celia !>., 26, 27 
Stephenson, L., 46 
Stern, A. M., 10, 31 
Stern. \V. L., 12 
Sternburg, J., 30 
Stevenson, F. J., 7 
Steward. .1. H., 53 
Stewart, C. L., 4 
Stewart, \V. .N., 12 
Slice, C. ¥.. 50 
Stiehl, R. T., 16 
Stiles, L. H., 41 
Stillwell, G.. 29 
Stippes, M. C, 55, 56 
Stoecker, W. F., 42 
Stolpe, S. C, 49 
Stone. C. W., 40 
Stone. G., 52 
Stone, G. \V., 4 
Stone, H. N., 15 
Stone, R. G., 49 
Stonecipher, J. W., 9 
Stoppini, G., 46, 47 
Stout, G. E., 13 
Streicher, E., 72 
Streicher, M. H., 67 
Strickler, C. J., 16 
Strohl. E. L., 74 
Strojnv, E. J., 18 
Strout, D. E.. 40 
Strub. 1. H., 63 
Sturman, H., 68 
Subtelny, J. D., 60 
Sugar, O., 68 
Sugarman, N., 14, 46, 48 
Sugi, M., 55 
Summers, W. L., 39 
Sumption, M. R., 27 
Sundstrom. K. V. Y., 12, 13 
Sutton. R. M., 36 
Swain, J. \\'., 36 
Swan, C. J., 41 
Swan. J. B., 47 
Swann. S., Jr., 16, 17 
Swanson, E. R., 4 
Swift. L. F., 27 
Sylvester, J., 76 
Svmpson. R. F., 16 
Szanto, P. B., 62, 67 
Szymanski, F. J., 63 

Taft, \V. K.. 16 
Takagi, S., 73 
Takeshita, R. M., 37 
Tamres, ^I., 15 
Tannenbaum. P. H., 2U 
Tassler, M. C, 15 
Taub, A. H., 22, 48 
Taubenhaus, M., 75 
Taylor, C. B., 71 
Tavlor, E. C, Jr., 17 
Taylor, R. M., 72 
Taylor, S. ('•., Ill, 75 
Tavlor, W. I., 61 
Tavlor, W. L., 20 
Taylor, \V. R., 14 
Tecotzky, M., 13 
Teegarden, K., 48 
Teitelbaum, Shirley S., 11 
Terford, H. C, 14 
Terrill, S. \V., 5, 7, 9 
Teton, J. B., 68 



Theis, F. V., 76 
Thesleff, S., 71 
Tbistlcthwaite, 1). L., 52 
Thomas, L, J., 58 
Thompson. J. R., 65. 70 
Thompson. \V. N., 79 
Thorek, P., 76 
Thornherry, H. H., 37 
Thrall, R. M., 41 
Thurston, E., 70 
Tice. T. E.. 28 
Tienhoven, A. van, 9 
Tinkham, R. A., 27 
Tippo, O., 11, 12 
Titus, J. S., 37 
Tobias, J., 31 
Toler, H. K., 12 
Tollafield, R. C, 40 
Tomizawa, H. H., 13 
Tomizuka. C. T., 28, 47, 4S 
Torda, T. P.. 3 
Touchberry. R. \V., 6, 20, 21 
Tracy, P. H.. 31 
Traut. E. F.. 67 
Treadwell, Nancy, 08 
Trigger, K. J., 4'l, 42 
Trotier, A. H., 40 
Trump, J. L.. 27 
Tung, L. H., 14 
Tung. R. C. 12 
Turner, F. H., 22 
Turquette, A. R.. 44 
Tylman, S. JJ., 59 

Ueta, M., 47 
Ullrey, D. E.. 7, 9 
Ungar, G., 71 
Unna, K. R., 71 
Ursprung, J. J., 14 

Vadopalaite, I., 8 
Van Arsdall, R. N., 4 
Vance, R. F., 18 
VanDemark, N. L., 20, 21 
\'an Duuren, B. L., 12 
Van Uuyne, Frances O., 36 
\'an Home, J., 54 
\'an Keuren, E., 79 
Van Meter, I., 13 
\'an Pernis, P. A., 71 
Vatter. A. E.. 11 
Vaughan, J. D., 18 
N'aughan, Lucile, 8 
X'aughan, \V. T., 64 
\'eale, P. T.. 7 
\'eazey, T. M., 15 
Veralli, M., 72 
Vestal, A. G., 12 
N'estling, C. S., 18 
Vicari, F. A., 61 
Vicher, E. E., 61 
Viest, I. M., 19, 56 
\'oegelin, Erminie \V., 53 
Von Foerster, H. M., 28 
Voskuil, W. H., 43 

Wachowski, T. T., 74 
Wadsworth, P. A., 32 
Waibler, P. J., 42 
W'ainwright, R. M., 28 
W'aisman, H. A., 7i 
W'akerlin, G. E., 72 
Wales, H. G., 22, 41 
Walker, G. C, 4, 6, 7 
Walker, J. F., 17 
Wall, F. T., 18, 22 
Wallace, G. I., 10, 56 
Wallace, K. F., 55 
Wallace, K. R., 54 
Wallner, L. J., 65, 70 
Walsh, J. R., 67 
Walters, C. S., 31 
Wang, R. I. H., 73 



Wanless, H. R., 33 

Ward, I. M., 43 

Warden, W. K., 5. 7, 9 

Warner. I). T., 17 

Wasclier, 11. L., 7 

Watrach, A. iM., 57 

Way, T. W., 13 

Weaver, B. L., 36, 37 

Weaver, II. E., 45 

Weaver, R. M., 61 

Webber, E. E., 33 

Weber, L. F., 63 

Webster, J. R., 03 

Wecliter, W. I., 14 

Wedding, N., 41 

Weil, E. n., 16 

Weinard, F. F., 37 

Weiner, Rluma B.. 27 

Weiniiiann, J. P., 59, 60 

Weinstock, I. M., 15 

Weir, E. C., 25, 26 

Weir, W. C, 27 

Weisiger, G. B., 39 

\\'eiss, A., 67 

Weiss, E., 67 

Weiss, M., 68 

Weiss. T., 62 

Welkowitz, W., 28 

Wellman, Rowena, 12 

Wenar, C., 73 

Wert, C. A., 43 

West, C. A., 14 

West, V. I.. 4 

Weston, Janet L., 24 

Westwater, J. W., 13, 18 

Whalin, E. T., 49 

Wheeler, D. J., 18, 22 

Widstein, S. S., 66 

White. F. H., 56, 10 

White. G. W., 33 

Whitehorn, W. V., 72 

Whitfield, G. B., 14 

Whitney, R. M., 13, 31 

Widgoff, M., 47 

Wier, J. M., 22 

Wilcock, R. C., 38 

Wilcox, R. H., 4 

Wilkerson, L. £., 50, 51, 52 

Wilkins, D. H., 17 

Will. F. L.. 44 

Wiliheim, R., 62 

Williams, A. C, Jr., SO, 51, 52 

Wniiams, A. D., 62 

Williams, (i. A., 15 

Williams, T. E., 28, 44 

Williams, t. K.. 17 

Williams, L. F., 7 

William?. S. W., 3, 4 

Willigan. D. A., 57 

Willingham, T. J., 30 

Willmore, T."A., 12 

Wills, I. E., 5 

Wilson, F. G., 50 

Wilson, R. E., 14 

Winslow, J. I)., 33 

Winzler, R. J., 62 

Witherspoon, P. A., 43 

Witt, F. W., 76 

Woak, C. E,, 55 

Wolf, A., 67 

Wolf, E. R., 53 

Wolf, G., 8, 9 

Wolfe, R. S., 10 

Wolff. T. R., 68 

Wolinsky, J., 18 

Welter, Janet, 63 

Wong, T. B., 16 

Wood, W. A., 21 

Wood, W. S., 64, 65, 66 

Woodbridge, H. C, 32 

Woods, B. M., 40 

Woods, G. T., 57 

Working, E. J., 5 

Wray, D. E., 38, 51, 52 



88 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Wright, D. T., 19 
Wright, F. D., 43 
Wriglev, C. F., 51, 52 
Wu, P'. H. L., 9 
Wurtz, K. G., 75 
Wyant, G. M., 59, 75, 76 
Wyatt, S. P., Jr., 9 

Yamagata, T., 47, 48 
Yamaguchi, Y. Y., 49 
Yamaguchi, Yoriko, 49 



Yankwich, P. E., 17, 1! 
Vohe, Martha, 8 
Young, J. N., 39 
Young, Olive G., 46 
Young, P. T., 52 
^'oung, R. L., 14 
Young, T. E., 13 

Zanzig, G., 43 

Zeleny, Marjorie P., 2 4 

Zeller, E. E., !3 



Ziegler, A. W., 11 
Zimmer, H., 13 
Zimmerman, E. J., 47 
Zimmerman, H. J., 67 
Zimmerman, P. A., 17 
Zimmerman, W. F., 12 
Zimmermann, A. A., 61 
Zirin, S., 66 
Zivin, S., 66 
Znaniecki, F., 53 
Zwoyer, E. M., 19 



^iP^ ENGINHERING LfSRARV 

J r UNIVERSITV OF ILLINOIS 

' -- URBANAJLLINCIS 



INIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS annual list 



PUBLICATIONS 
OF THE FACULTY 



January 1, 1955 to December 31, 1955 



mblished by the university research board 

GRADUATE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA 



CONTENTS 



DEPARTMENTS AT URBANA, 3-64 

Accountancy, 3 

Aeronautical En^^incering, 3 

Agricultural Administration, 3 

Agricultural Economics, 4 

Agricultural Engineering, 5 

Agricultural Experiment Station, 6 

Agronomy, 6 

Animal Science, S 

Architecture, 10 

Art, 10 

Astronomy, 1 1 

Aviation, Institute of, 11 

Bacteriology, 1 1 

Botany, 12 

Business Education, 13 

Business Law, 13 

Business Management, Bureau of, 13 

Ceramic Engineering, 13 

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 14 

City Planning and Landscape Architecture, 20 

Civil Engineering, 20 

Classics, 21 

Communications Research, Institute of, 21 

Dairy Science, 22 

Dean of Students, 23 

Digital Computer Laboratory, 23 

Economic and Business Research, Bureau of, 23 

Economics, 24 

Education, College of, 25 

Electrical Engineering, 29 

English, 30 

Entomology, 32 

Food Technology, 33 

Forestry, 34 

French, 35 

General Engineering, 35 

General Studies, Division of, 36 

Geography, 36 

Geology, 36 

German, il 

Government and Public Affairs, 

Institute of, H 
Health Service, 38 
History, 38 
Home Economics, 39 
Horticulture, 39 

Journalism and Communications, School of, 41 
Labor and Industrial Relations, 

Institute of, 41 
Law, College of, 42 
Library and Library School, 42 
Management, 44 
Marketing, 44 
Mathematics, 44 
Mechanical Engineering, 45 
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, 46 
Music, School of, 47 
Natural History Museum, 47 



Nonacademic Personnel, 48 

Philosophy, 48 

Physical Education for Men, 48 

Physical Education for Women, 49 

Physics, 50 

Physiology, 53 

Plant Pathology, 53 

Political Science, 54 

President's Office, 55 

Psychology, 55 

Small Homes Council, 57 

Social Work, School of, 58 

Sociology and Anthropology, 58 

Spanish and Italian, 59 

Speech, 59 

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 60 

University Press, 62 

Veterinary Medicine, College of, 62 

Zoology, 63 

CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES, 65-85 
College of Dentistry, 65-66 

Applied Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 65 

Clinical Dentistry, 65 

Histology, 65 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 65 

Oral Pathology, 66 

Orthodontics, 66 

Pedodontics, 66 

College of Medicine, 67-84 

Anatomy, 67 

Bacteriology, 67 

Biological Cliemistry, 67 

Clinical Science, 68 

Dermatology, 68 

Medicine, 70 

Neurology and Neurological Surgery, 73 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ti 

Orthopaedic Surgery, 74 

Otolaryngology, 75 

Pathology, 76 

Pediatrics, 17 

Pharmacology, 11 

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 77 

Physiology, 78 

Preventive Medicine, 78 

Psychiatry, 79 

Radiology, 80 

Surgery, 81 

College of Pharmacy, 85 

Chemistry, 85 

Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy, 85 

Pharmacy, 85 

CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION, 86-88 



EXPLANATION OF LISTING 

This record of the pubhcations of the University staff for the calendar year 1955 was 
compiled from reports submitted by staff members to their departments. It includes 
only publications which are available generally. It does not include classroom materials, 
committee reports, or material whose distribution is restricted or limited. 

The listing is alphabetical by departments for each of the three campuses of the 
University: Departments at Urbana (pages 3-64); Chicago Professional Colleges 
(pages 65-85); Chicago Undergraduate Division (pages 86-88). Within each depart- 
ment the listing is alphabetical by authors. 

For publications written by two or more persons, the co-authors' names are shown 
in italics. All authors and co-authors are listed in the Index on page 89. 



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