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COVER: 

ISLAND BEACH, by Edward Betts 
Painting in acrylic polymer, 18" x 24'' 

Edward Betts, Professor of Art at the University 
of Illinois, holds a B.A. degree in History of Art 
from Yale University and an M.F.A. in Painting 
from the University of Illinois. 

He has been represented in virtually every im- 
portant national exhibition, including the Cor- 
coran Biennials of Contemporary American 
Painting, American Painting Today at the Metro- 
politan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum An- 
nual, Brooklyn Museum International Watercolor 
Exhibitions, Pennsylvania Academy Annuals, and 
the National Institute of Arts and Letters, as well 
as international exchange exhibitions in England, 
Brazil, Mexico, and Japan. He has held eighteen 
one-man shows in New York City, Chicago, Bos- 
ton, Philadelphia, and Exeter, N.H. 

Among the major awards he has received are 
the $2000 First Altman Landscape Prize at the 
National Academy of Design in 1957, 1959, and 
again in 1966; Silver Medals of Honor at the 
American Watercolor Society exhibitions in 1953 
and 1959; California Watercolor Society Pur- 
chase Award in 1957, and two medals at the Phil- 
adelphia Watercolor Club in 1954 and 1955. 

Paintings by Mr. Betts are included in the per- 
manent collections of the Fogg Museum of Art, 
National Academy of Design, Butler Institute of 
American Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 
Atlanta University, La Jolla Art Center, the 
Walter Chrysler Art Museum and others. 

The subject matter of Mr. Betts' paintings is 
almost exclusively the coast of Maine, where he 
spends his summers. 



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January 1 through December 31, 1968 



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CONTENTS 



This record of the publications of the University of Illinois staff for the calendar 
year 1968 was compiled from reports submitted by staff members to their depart- 
ments. It includes titles of doctoral dissertations submitted during the year. It 
does not include classroom materials, committee reports, departmental reports, or 
other material whose distribution is restricted or limited. 



URBANA, 5-140 

Accountancy, 5 

Admissions and Records, 6 

Advertising, 6 

Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, 6 

Agricultural Economics, 7 

Agricultural Engineering, 10 

Agricultural Entomology, 11 

Agriculture Administration, 12 

Agronomy, 12 

Animal Science, 17 

Anthropology, 21 

Architecture, 22 

Art, 22 

Astronomy, 23 

Aviation, 23 

Biology, 24 

Botany, 24 

Business, 26 

Business Administration. 26 

Business Management, 21 

Center for Advanced Study, 27 

Ceramic Engineering, 21 

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 28 

Children's Research Center, 38 

Civil Engineering, 38 

Classics. 43 

Communications, including Communications 

Research, 43 
Community Planning, 44 
Comparative Literature, 44 
Computer Science, 44 
Coordinated Science Laboratory, 45 
Dairy Science, 47 
Dean of Students' OfBce. 49 
Economic and Business Research, 49 
Economics, 49 

Education, including Educational Research, 51 
Electrical Engineering, 59 
Engineering Administration, 65 
English, 65 
Entomology, 69 

Exceptional Children, Research on, 70 
Finance, 71 
Food Science, 72 
Forestry, IZ 
French, 74 

General Engineering, 75 
General Studies, 75 
Geography, 75 
Geology, Id 

Germanic Languages and Literatures, 78 
Government and Public Affairs, 79 
Health and Safety Education, 80 
Health Service, 80 
History, 81 
Home Economics, 83 
Horticulture, 83 
Instructional Resources, 86 
Journalism, 87 

Labor and Industrial Relations, 87 
Law, 88 
Library, 89 
Library Science, 90 
Linguistics, 91 
Marketing, 92 
Mathematics, 92 

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 96 
Microbiology-, 97 
Mining, Metallurg>-, and Petroleum 

Engineering, 99 
Music, 100 

Natural History Museum, 101 
Nuclear Engineering, 102 
Philosophy, 103 



Physical Education for Men, 104 

Physical Education for Women, 105 

Physics, 105 

Physiology and Biophysics, 113 

Plant Pathology, 114 

Political Science, 116 

President's Office, 118 

Psychology, 118 

Public Information, 124 

Radio and Television, 124 

Recreation and Park Administration, 124 

Russian Language and Area Studies, 124 

Slavic Languages and Literatures, 124 

Small Homes Council-Building Research 

Council, 125 
Social Work, 126 
Sociology, 126 

Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, 127 
Speech, 128 

Student Counseling Service, 129 
Survey Research Laboratory, 129 
Theatre, 130 

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 130 
University Extension, 131 
Urban Planning, 132 
Veterinarv Medicine, 132 
Vice President's Office, 138 
Zoology, 138 

CHICAGO CIRCLE, 141-159 

Anthropology, 141 

Architecture, 141 

Architecture and Art Administration, 141 

Architecture and Art, History of, 141 

Bioengineering Program, 142 

Biological Sciences, 142 

Business Administration, 144 

Chemistry, 144 

Computer Center, 145 

Criminal Justice, Administration of, 145 

Economics and Finance, 145 

Energv Engineering, 146 

English, 147 

French, 149 

Geography, 149 

Geological Sciences, 150 

German, 150 

Graduate College Administration, 151 

Health Service, 151 

History, 151 

Information Engineering, 152 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Administration, 152 

Library, 152 

Marketing, 153 

Materials Engineering, 153 

Mathematics, 154 

Music, 155 

Philosophy, 155 

Physical Education for Men, 155 

Physics, 155 

Political Science, 156 

Psychology. 157 

Social Work, 157 

Sociology, 158 

Spanish. Italian, and Portuguese, 158 

Student Counseling Service, 158 

Systems Engineering, 159 

Urban Studies, 159 

CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER, 160-197 

Anatomy, 160 

Associated Medical Services, 160 
Biological Chemistry. 161 
Craniofacial Anomalies, 163 



CONTENTS (Continued) 



Dental Administration, 163 

Dental Radiology, 163 

Dermatology, 163 

Endodontics, 164 

Histology, 164 

Medical Social Work, 164 

Medicine, 164 

Microbiology, 172 

Neurology and Neurological Surgery, 173 

Nursing, 174 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 174 

Operative Dentistry, 175 

Ophthalmology, 175 

Oral Anatomy, 176 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 176 

Oral Diagnosis, 176 

Oral Pathology, 176 

Orthodontics, 177 



Orthopaedic Surgery, 177 

Otolaryngology, 178 

Pathology, 179 

Pediatrics, 180 

Pedodontics, 182 

Periodontics, 182 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 182 

Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology, 183 

Pharmacology, 183 

Pharmacy, 184 

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 185 

Physiology, 185 

Preventive Medicine and Community 

Health, 186 
Psychiatry, 186 
Radiology, 190 

Research in Medical Education, 192 
Surgery, 192 



URBANA 



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ACCOUNTANCY 

BEDFORD, NORTON M., Professor 
Books 

Introduction to modern accounting. Ronald 
Press Co., N.Y., 744 pp. 
Articles 

The foundations of accounting measurement. 

J. Acctg. Res. 6, 2:270-82. 
Expansion of the accounting information sys- 
tem. Georgia CPA, 9. i:ll-lS. 
With T. lino 

Consistency reexamined. Acctg. Rev., 43: 
453-58. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Information and communication aspects of 
accounting principles. New Zealand Soc. 
of Accountants, Wellington, N.Z., 40 pp. 
Reviews 

Horizons for a profession, by Robert H. Roy 
and James H. MacNeil. Acctg. Rev., 43, 
1:208-10. 

DESKINS, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 

Books 

IVith T. H. Williams, J. S. Fuhrmann 

Information processing simulation model. 
Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Homewood, 111., 
40 pp. 
Instructor's and operator's manual. Ibid., 
77 pp. 

DICKEY, ROBERT I., Professor 

Articles 

Some developments in industrial cost ac- 
counting in the U.S. since 1945. In Beit- 
rage zur lehre von der unternchmung, 
ed. by Angehrn and Kunzi, Verlag des 
Schweizerischen Kaufmannischen Vereins, 
Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 119-36. 
Allowing American-trained foreign students 
to take the CPA examination. CPA, 48, 
9:10. 

FESS, PHILIP E., Professor 
Articles 

Teaching and/or research: a time for evalu- 
ation. /. Accv., 125, 3:84-87. 
The funds statement. N.Y. CPA, 38, 5: 
370-71. 
With others 

Report to executive committee-committee on 
CPA examinations. Acctg. Rev., 43:16-21. 

MAUTZ, ROBERT K., Professor 
Books 

Financial reporting by diversified companies. 
Financial Exec. Res. End., N.Y., 383 pp. 
Articles 

Financial reporting by conglomerate com- 
panies. Fin. Exec, 36, 2:52-65. 
Audit response to enterprise developments in 
America. In Bietrage zur lehre von _ dcr 
unternehniung (Festchrift fiir Karl Kafer), 
pp. 169-84. 
With K. F. Skousen 

Common cost allocation in diversified com- 
panies. Fin. Exec, 36, 6:15-25. 

MOYER, C. A., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With others 

Basic concepts and accounting principles 
underlying financial statements of business 
enterprises, proposed opinion of the Ac- 



counting Principles Board. Amer. Inst. 
CPAs, N.Y., 121 pp. 

NEUMANN, FREDERICK L., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

The independent auditor's concern with un- 
attested data in annual reports. N.Y. CPA, 
38, 7:485-90. 

Reviews 

The effectiveness of accounting communica- 
tion, by Abraham J. Briloff. /. Bus. 
Comm., 5, 3:45-48. 

NOLAN, RICHARD L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A heuristic program. Distributed by COS- 
MIC, Software Library, Univ. Ga., 1967. 
Computer simulation for the manager. Sys- 
tems and Procedures J., 19, 4:33-35. 
With R. Wing 

A heuristic computer program which learns 
to play tic-tac-toe. Univ. Wash. Bus. Rev., 
27, 2:63-71. 

SCHOENFELD, HANNS-MARTIN, Professor 

Books 

Kostenrechnung (rev. 4th ed.). C. E. Poe- 
schel Verlag, Stuttgart, 166 pp. 

With W. Sommer 

Management dictionary. Fachoerterbuch fuer 
Betriebswirtschaft, Wirtschafts-und Steur- 
recht und Lochkartenwesen, II. Band, 
Deutsch-Englisch (rev. 3rd ed.) Verlag 
Walter DeGruyter & Co., Berlin, 290 pp. 

Articles 

Gedanken zur notwendigkert der innerbetrie- 
blichen weiterbildung von fuehrungskraef- 
ten. Werk und Wir Hoesch AG, 7, 7: 
116-19. 

SKADDEN, DONALD H., Professor 
Articles 

Education for the profession of accountancy. 

Accts. J., 46, 9:354-58. 
American professional survey. Ibid., 47, 5: 
192-95. 

WEBER, CHARLES, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Langfristige planung in der unternehmung. 
In Beitraege zur lehre von der unterne- 
hmung. Festschrift fuer Karl Kafer, ed. 
by Angern und Keunzi, Verlag des 
Schweizerischen Kaufmaennischen Vereins, 
Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 309-29. 

Projektanalyse mit CVSl. Industrielle Or- 
ganisation, 37, 4:236-48. 

Besonderheiten der amerikanischen kosten- 
rechunung. Zeitschrift fuer Betriebsivirt- 
schaft, 38, 11:837-58. 

ZIMMERMAN, VERNON K., Professor of 
Accountancy; Associate Director, Office of 
International Programs and Studies; Asso- 
ciate Dean, College of Commerce and 
Business Administration 

Articles 

Technical assistance on the campus: ex- 
perience at the University of Illinois. In 
Business schools and the challenge of in- 
ternational business, ed. by Stephen A. 
Zeff, Grad. School of Bus. Admin., Tulane 
Univ., New Orleans, pp. 245-52. 

With G. Mueller 

Internalization of the accounting curriculum. 
In Internationalizing the traditional busi- 



6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ness curriculum, ed. by Schuyler F. Otte- 
son, Intnl. Bus. Res. Series, No. 1, Grad. 
School of Business, Indiana Univ., Bloom- 
ington, pp. 43-58; 151-60. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Beams, Floyd A. (N. M. Bedford, Adviser), A 

critical examination of the matching concept 

in accountancy. 
Carmichael, Douglas R. (V. K. Zimmerman, 

Adviser), A conceptual model of employee 

fraud: a critique of accounting literature 

and an interdisciplinary vievi^. 

Chao, Lucy L. (N. M. Bedford, Adviser), An 
application of information theory to an anal- 
ysis of the accounting process. 

Fu, Philip Y. (V. K. Zimmerman, Adviser), 
A study of governmental accounting in 
China: with special reference to the Sung 
Dynasty (960-1279). 

Fujita, Yukio (V. K. Zimmerman, Adviser), 
An analysis of the development and nature 
of accounting principles in Japan. 

Heakal, Mohamed S. (N. M. Bedford, Ad- 
viser), A classification of the schools of ac- 
counting thought. 

Hicks, Barry E. (N. M. Bedford, Adviser), 
Four multistage accounting postulates in 
an array framework. 

Imdieke, Leroy F. (N. M. Bedford, Adviser), 
An inquiry into the nature of a liability in 
financial accounting. 

McClure, Melvin T. (C. A. Moyer, Adviser), 
Historical critique of the development of the 
federal income tax from 1939-1954 and its 
influence upon accounting theory and 
practice. 

Ninsuvannakul, Pianchai (V. K. Zimmerman, 
Adviser), A critical study of the develop- 
ment of governmental accounting in Thailand. 

Rosenbaum, Allan S. (V. K. Zimmerman, Ad- 
viser), The implications of the concepts of 
independence and advocacy in tax practice 
for certified public accountants. 

Skousen, Karl F. (R. K. Mautz, Adviser), 
Accounting aspects of non-inventoriable com- 
mon costs in diversified companies. 

Smith, Ephraim P. (E. J. DeMaris, Adviser), 
Executive compensation — tax effects. 

Weygandt, Jerry J. (C. A. Moyer, Adviser), 
A critical examination of the nature of privi- 
leged communication in accountant-client re- 
lationships. 



ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS 

DREMUK, RICHARD, Associate Director for 
Graduate and Foreign Admissions 

Books Edited 

Report of the training workshop on the 
evaluation of Asian educational credentials 
(Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, In- 
donesia, Korea). Institute for Tech. In- 
terchange (East-West Center) and Natl. 
Assoc. Foreign Student Affairs, Honolulu, 
Hawaii, 150 pp. 

Articles 

With J. Paraskevopoulos 

Grading patterns for foreign students: a 
faculty survey. Intnl. Educ. and Cult. Ex- 
change, 4, 3:55-60. 



ADVERTISING 

BARBAN, ARNOLD M., Associate Professor 
Books Edited 

With C. H. Sandage 

Readings in advertising and promotion strat- 
egy. Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Homewood, 
111., 301 pp. 
Articles 
With C. H. Sandage 

Illinois farmers' use of media during Arab- 
Israeli conflict. Journ. Qt., 45, 2:336-37. 
Reviews 

Strategy in advertising, by Leo Bogart. Ibid., 
3:557-58. 

DUNN, S. WATSON, Professor 

Articles 

With E. S. Lorimor 

Reference groups, congruity theory and 
cross-cultural persuasion. /. Communica- 
tions, December, pp. 354-68. 
Use of the mass media in France and Egypt. 
Public Opinion Qt., 52, Winter, pp. 682-87. 
With S. Schleifer 

Relative effectiveness of advertisements of 
foreign and domestic origin. /. Marketing 
Res., 5, August, pp. 296-99. 

KITSON, JOHN WILLIAM, Assistant 

Professor 
Books 
With H. J. Skornia 

Problems and controversies in television and 

radio. Pacific Books, Palo Alto, Calif., 

578 pp. 



AERONAUTICAL AND ASTRONAUTICAL 
ENGINEERING 

BOND, CHARLES E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Potillo 

Stability and slanting of the convective elec- 
tric arc in a thermionic rail accelerator. 
AIAA Journal, 6, 8:1565-67. 

HILTON, HARRY H., Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The mistress user manual (waster Illinois 
ielf teaching aerospace engineering .system 
synthesis). Univ. 111. Tech. Report AAE 
68-5. 150 pp. 

LIN, Y. K., Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With T. C. Chen, C. Y. Yang 

Response of nonlinear structures to random 
excitation. AFML-TR-66-416, Air Force 
Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air 
Force Base, Ohio, 28 pp., 1967. 

With T. J. McDaniel 

Response of multi-spanned beam and panel 
systems under noise excitation. Part II. 
AFML-TR-64-348, Air Force Systems 
Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, 32 pp., 1967. 

ROSCOE, STANLEY N., Professor 
Articles 

The case for the moving-map display. In- 
formation Display, 4, 5:44-46. 
Airborne displays for flight and navigation. 
Human Factors, 11, 4:321-32. 



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SENTMAN, LEE H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With K. Karamcheti 

Kinetic equations for a gas under the action 
of nonconservative forces. /. Chem. Phys., 
48. 5:2181-84. 
Rarefied flow past a sphere. AIAA Journal, 
1, 1:161-63. 

STREHLOW, ROGER A., Professor 
Books 

Fundamentals of combustion. Intnl. Text- 
book Co., Scranton, Pa., 465 pp. 
Articles 

Shock tube chemistry. In Progress in high 
temperature physics and chemistry, ed. by 
Carl A. Ronse, Pergamon Press, N.Y., 2: 
127-76. 
Gas phase detonations: recent developments. 
Comb, and Flame, 12, 2:81-101. 
With K. R. Maxwell 

Two-dimensional diffuse shock waves in car- 
bon dioxide. AIAA Journal, 6, 12:2431. 

YEN, SHEE-MANG, Professor 
Articles 

Monte Carlo method computes Boltzmann 
collision integral. Physics Today, 21, 4: 
117-18. 
Bulletins end Technical Reports 
With B. L. Hicks 

Calculations of the Boltzmann collision inte- 
grals to rarefied gas flow problems. APS 
Bulletin, Series 11, 13, 11:1599. 
Initial behavior of the pseudo-shock. Ibid.. 
5:807. 

ZAK, ADAM R., Professor 
Articles 

Structural failure criterion for solid pro- 
pellants under multiaxial stresses. J. 
Spacecraft and Rockets, 5, 3:265-69. 
Structural analysis of realistic solid-propel- 
lant materials. Ibid., pp. 270-75. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Donaldson, Bruce K. (Y. K. Lin, Adviser), 
A method for a forced vibration analysis of 
a flat skin-stringer-frame structure. 

Eraser, Allister F. (H. H. Hilton, Adviser), 
On isotensoid fiber-wound surfaces of revo- 
lution. 

Gilbert, Ralph B. (R. A. Strehlow, Adviser), 
Flat plate-free jet impingement studies. 

Liebeck, Robert H. (H. H. Hilton, Adviser), 
Optimization of airfoils for maximum lift. 

McDaniel, Thomas J. (Y. K. Lin, Adviser), 
Analysis of simple and compound repeated 
structures. 

Myers, James L., Jr. (H. H. Hilton, Adviser), 
Optimization of a gyroscopic satellite general- 
relativity experiment. 

Shieh, Rong C. (E. F. Masur, Adviser), Gen- 
eral formulation of stability criteria for non- 
conservative elastic or inelastic systems. 

Sindermann, Bernard M. (S. M. Yen, Ad- 
viser), A study of hypersonic rarefied gas 
flow aljout a spherical body. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

BAKER, CHESTER B., Professor 
Articles 

Research orientations and their implications 
for agricultural economists. Australian J. 
Agr. Econ., 11, 2:154-70. 



Grain production: near-term capacities in 
feed grains. In Abundance and uncer- 
tainty — farm policy decisions. CAED 
Report 31, Iowa State Univ., Ames, pp. 
25-42. 

Credit in the production organization of the 
firm. Amer. J. Apr. Econ.. 50, 3:507-20. 

Financial organization and production choices. 
Ibid., 5:1566-75. 
With G. A. Harrison, J. T. Scott, Jr. 

A decision model for estate planning. Trusts 
and Estates, 107, 6:523-26. 

The use of linear programming in estate 
planning. ///. Agr. Econ., 8, 2:17-21. 
Reviews 

Individual freedom and economic organiza- 
tion of U.S. agriculture, by Harold Brei- 
myer. Australian J. Agr. Econ., 11, 
2:215-17. 

BARTLETT, ROLAND W., Professor 

Emeritus 
Articles 

How can fluid milk compete successfully with 

imitation milk? III. Agr. Econ., S, 1:1-8. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The threat of low-cost filled milk to the fluid 

milk industry. In The fluid milk industry 

and the ccnnpetition of filled milk. Univ. 

III. Agr. Econ. Bull., id: 5-37. 

DOVRING, FOLKE, Professor 
Articles 

El papel de la agricultura dentro de las 
poblaciones en crecimiento. Mexico, un 
caso de desarrollo economico reciente. El 
Trimestre Economico (Mexico City), iffi^ 
137:25-50. 

Aid by dumping? Intnl. Dev. Rev., Sept., 
pp. 2-5. 
Reviews 

Social origins of dictatorship and democracy, 
by Barrington Moore. Labor History, 9, 
1:141-44. 

Agriculture and economic growth in England 
1650-1815, ed. by E. L. Jones. Social 
Studies, 59, 6:294. 

Asian rural society: China, India, Japan, by 
Tadashi Fukutake; Studies in Indian agri- 
culture, by Gilbert Etienne. /. Econ. Hist., 
28, 3:467-69. 

DUE, JEAN M., Visiting Professor 
Bulletins end Technical Reports 

Changes in imports of capital goods — Sierra 
Leone, 1950-1965. Univ. III. Agr. Exp. 
Sta. Bull. 730, 44 pp. 

FETTIG, LYLE P., Associate Professor 

Books 

IVith G. K. Brinegar 

Some measures of the quality of agricultural 
credit. National Bureau of Economic Re- 
search, Inc., Columbia Univ. Press, N.Y., 
51 pp. 

FLIEGEL, FREDERICK C, Professor 

Books 

With P. Roy, L. K. Sen, J. E. Kivlin 

Agricultural innovations in Indian villages. 
Natl. Inst. Commun. Devel., Hyderabad, 
India, 119 pp. 
Agricultural innovation among Indian farm- 
ers. Ibid., 112 pp. 
Communication in India: experiments in 
introducing change. Ibid., 56 pp. 



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Articles 

With S. S. Thorat 

Some aspects of adoption of health and 
family planning practices in India. Be- 
havioural Sci. and Commun. Devel., 2:1-13. 
With J. E. Kivlin 
■ Orientations to agriculture: a factor analysis 
of farmers" perceptions of new practices. 
Rural Soc, 33:127-40. 
With J. E. Kivlin, G. S. Sekhon 

A cross-national comparison of farmers' per- 
ceptions of innovations as related to adop- 
tion behavior. Ibid., pp. 437-49. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With P. Roy, L. K. Sen, J. E. Kivlin 

Two blades of grass: a summary of two 
studies on agricultural innovation in India. 
Natl. Inst. Commun. Devel., Hyderabad, 
India, 40 pp. 

GRUEBELE, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Unnecessary surpluses of fluid milk and com- 
petition from filled and synthetic milks. In 
Consumer interest in new dairv products. 
Univ. III. Agr. Econ. Bull., i7: 39-51. 
Milk consumption in Illinois schools, 1954- 
1966. Univ. III. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 732, 
27 pp. 

GUITHER, HAROLD D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. N. Thompson 

Agricultural economists in overseas develop- 
ment assistance and the impact upon U.S. 
universities. Amer. J. Agr. Econ., 50, 5: 
1313-25. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With E. H. Regnier. Kathleen M. Propp, 
W. N. Thompson 
AID-university rural development contracts 
and U.S. universities. Dept. State Agency 
Intnl. Devel., Wash., D.C., 192 pp. 
AID-university rural development contracts, 
1951-1966. Univ. 111. CIC-AID Rural 
Devel. Res. Project, Urbana, 95 pp. 

HALCROW, HAROLD G., Professor 

and Head of Department 
Articles 

Agricultural economics. Encyc. Britannica, 

J:335-36. 
Agricultural credit. Intnl. Encyc. Soc. Sci., 

3:466-71. 

HENDERSON, JOSEPH J., Assistant 

Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Legal aspects of crop spraying. Univ. III. 

Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 990, 

8 pp. 
With N. G. P. Krauss 

Self-employed retirement plans. Univ. III. 

Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 991, 

11 pp. 

HERBST. JOHN H., Associate Professor 
Books 

Farm management — principles, budgets, plans 
(rev. ed.). Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 
111., 294 pp. 

HILL, LOWELL D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The open competitive market approach — 
discussion. Ip Agricultural organization in 



the modern industrial economy, NCR-20-68, 

Dept. Agr. Econ., Ohio State Univ., pp. 

42-47. 
Buying corn on a No. 2 basis. III. Agr. 

Econ., 8, 2:1-8. 
With J. T. Scott, Jr. 

Trends in harvesting and marketing Illinois 

corn. III. Bus. Rev., 25, 5:6-8. 

HOLCOMB, JOHN M., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With R. B. Schwart 

Mechanics of farm budgeting. Univ. III. Coll. 
Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 985, 19 pp. 

JUDGE, GEORGE G. Professor 
Articles 

The search for quantitative economic knowl- 
edge. Amer. J. Agr. Econ., 50, 5:1703-18. 
With T. C. Lee, A. Zellner 

Maximum likelihood and Bayesian estimation 
of transition probabilities. /. Amer. Stat. 
Assn., 63, 4:1162-80. 

KESLER, RICHARD P., Assistant Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With A. G. Mueller, D. F. Wilken 

1967, 43rd annual summary of Illinois farm 

business records. Utiiv. III. Coll. Agr. 

Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 987, 21 pp. 

KRAUSZ, NORMAN G. P., Professor 
Books 

With H. W. Hannah 

Law and court decisions on agriculture. 
Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 465 pp. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Intergovernmental relationships in the admin- 
istration of water resources. Water Re- 
sources Center Research Report No. 18, 
Univ. 111., Urbana, 336 pp. 
With H. W. Hannah 

Law for the Illinois farmer. Univ. III. Coll. 
Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 986, 92 pp. 
With J. J. Henderson 

Self-employed retirement plans. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Coop. E.rt. Serv. Circ. 991, 
11 pp. 
With C. L. Klein 

The natural resources development bond act 
— one billion for pure water and air. Water 
Pollution and Water Resources Commission, 
State of Illinois, Springfield, 19 pp. 

LINDSTROM, DAVID E., Professor Emeritus 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Factors affecting post-high school educational 
and job plans of rural youth in eight Illi- 
nois counties in the 1963-64 school year. 
Univ. 111. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 731, 44 pp. 

MUELLER, ALLAN G., Associate Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With D. F. Wilken, R. P. Keslcr 

1967, 43rd annual summary of Illinois farm 

business records. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. 

Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 987, 23 pp. 

MUTTI, RALPH J., Professor 
Books 

Marketing staple food crops in Sierra Leone. 
U.S. AID, Wash., D.C., 473 pp. 

REGNIER, EARL H., Professor 

See Recreation and Park Administration. 



URBAN A 9 



REISS, FRANKLIN J., Professor 
Articles 

Is $900 per acre too much for farmland? 
III. Agr. Econ., 8, 2:22-28. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Farm lease practices in western Illinois. 

Uniz: III. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 728, 44 pp. 

Farm leases for Illinois (rev. ed.). Univ. 

111. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 960, 

65 pp. 

SCHMIDT, STEPHEN C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

COMECON wheat trade and prospects for 
the 1970's. Amer. Rev. East-West Trade, 
1, 10:15-34. 
With R. J. Hemp 

Prospects for United States wheat exports to 
the Soviet bloc. ///. Agr. Econ., 8, 1:26-39. 
With E. D. Baldwin 

East-west trade in feed grains. Ibid., 2:36-46. 
IVith L. A. Fischer 

Der COMECON in der Weltweizenwirtschaft. 
Agrarwirtschaft, 17, 8:248-55. 

SCHWART, ROBERT B., Associate Professor 
Bulletins ancJ Technicol Reports 
With J. M. Holcomb 

Mechanics of farm budgeting. Univ. III. 

Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 985, 

19 pp. 

SCOTT, JOHN T., JR., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Factor analysis and regression. Econometrica, 

i-;: 552-62. 
High lysine corn: will you grow it? Crops 

and Soils, 20, 4:5-6. 
Hieh Ivsine corn. Ohio Rpt. Res. and Dev., 

33, 2:26-27. 
Economic impact of industrialization on rural 

areas. ///. Bus. Rev., 25, 8:6-8. 
Economic impact of industrialization on tra- 
ditional rural areas. /. Amer. Soc. Farm 
Mgrs. Rural App., 32, 2:8-13. 
With L. D. Hill 

Trends in harvesting and marketing Illinois 
corn. /;/. Bus. Rev., 25, 5:6-8. 
With G. A. Harrison, C. B. Baker 

The use of linear programming in estate 

planning. III. Agr. Econ., 8, 2:17-21. 
A decision model for estate planning. Trusts 
and Estates, 107, 6:523-26. 
With P. C. Kuhonta 

Resources required for viable farms in La- 
guna Province, Philippines. III. Agr. 
Econ., 8, 2:29-35. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With C. E. Cagley 

The economics of machinery choice in corn 
production. Univ. III. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 
729, 26 pp. 

SIMERL, LAWRENCE H., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Farmers and agriculture in our economy. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 

988, 15 pp. 

SPITZE, ROBERT G. F., Professor 
Articles 

Economic redirections in recent U.S. agri- 
cultural policy. /. Agr. Econ., 19, 3:327-38. 
Asricultural economics. /. Natl. Assn. Coll. 
^and Teachers of Agr., 11, 2-3:36-37. 



THOMPSON, WILLIAM N., Professor 

Books 

With I. L. Baldwin. J. A. Rigney, 
R. W. Roskelley 
Building institutions to serve agriculture. 
Committee on Inst. Coop., Purdue Univ., 
Lafayette, Ind., 236 pp. 

Articles 

With H. D. Guither 

Agricultural economists in overseas develop- 
ment assistance and the impact upon U.S. 
universities. Amer. J. Agr. Econ., 50, 
5:1313-25. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With H. D. Guither, E. H. Regnier, 
Kathleen M. Propp 
AID-university rural development contracts 
and U.S. universities. Dept. State Agency 
Intnl. Devel., Wash., D.C., 192 pp. 
AID-universitv rural development contracts, 
1951-1966. ' Univ. 111. CIC-AID Rural 
Devel. Res. Project, Urbana, 95 pp. 

WAGNER. MELVIN M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Regional specialization in Thai agriculture. 
Proc. 6th national conference on agricul- 
tural sciences. May 1968, Bangkok, Thai- 
land, 10 pp. 

With P. Charsombuti 

The Thai population: estimates and projec- 
tions, 1947-1976. Proc. 3rd national popula- 
tion seminar, April, 1968, Bangkok, Thai- 
land, pp. 470-86. 

WILKEN, DELMAR F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Illinois revamps farm management tours. 
Ext. Ser. Rev., 39, 1:4.5. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With A. G. Mueller, R. P. Kesler 

1967, 43rd annual summary of Illinois farm 
business records. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. 
Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 987, 23 pp. 

WILLIAMS, SHELDON W., Professor 
Articles 

With D. A. Vose 

Optimum size of dairy plants as deterrnined 
by survivor analysis. /. Dairy Science, 
5i:l511-14. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

El-Zabri, Ismail T. (R. W. Bartlett, Adviser), 
Economic integration: The Arab Common 
Market. 

Kuhonta, Precioso C. (E. R. Swanson, Ad- 
viser), Programming farm plans for Laguna, 
Philippines. 

Lemon, John R. (V. I. West, Adviser), Agri- 
cultural income differences among counties 
in Illinois in 1959. 

Leunis, Joseph V. (G. G. Judge, Adviser), A 
spatial analysis of the United States soybean 
industry. 

Marceau, Ian W. (C. B. Baker, Adviser), 
Linear programming for individual farms: a 
contribution toward a commercially applicable 
system. 

Muir, Donald A. (F. Dovring, Adviser), Some 
aspects of international commodity agree- 
ments and the international wheat trade. 

Rodewald, Gordon E., Jr. (C. B. Baker, Ad- 
viser) , Economic conditions necessary for the 
installation of fixed assets in mechanized cat- 
tle feeding systems. 



10 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Seetisarn, Manu. (E. R. Swanson, Adviser), 
A macroeconomic model of the Thai econ- 
omy, 1953-1965. 

Sharma, Janak S. (C. B. Baker, Adviser), 
Effects of price on marketable surplus of 
wheat in Maharashtra, India. 

Sharma, Vidya V. (V. I. West, Adviser), An 
econometric analysis of the Indian oilseeds 
economy and international trade in fats and 
oils. 

Smith, Allen G. (C. B. Baker, Adviser), Al- 
ternative strategies for financing growth of a 
grain farm in central Illinois. 

Vandeputte, Joseph M. (C. B. Baker, Adviser), 
Financing low equity dairy farms: an appli- 
cation of multi-period linear programming 
methods. 



AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

BEATY, HAROLD H., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Illinois farm electrification council, 15th 
, annual report, 22 pp. 

Home heating with electricity (rev. ed.). 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. 
Circ. 834, 16 pp. 
With G. C. Shove, V. W. Davis 

Drying shelled corn (rev. ed.). Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 916, 
20 pp. 

BUTLER, B. J., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. R. Nave 

Equipment for roadside mulching operations. 

Agr. Engr. Series, III. Coop. Hzvv. Res. 

Prog., 92, IS pp. 
With L. C. Kaufman 

Increment of cut and rake angle interaction 

during granular incorporation by rotory 

tillage. Trans. A.S.A.E., 10, 6:718-22. 

CONVERSE, JAMES C, Graduate Research 

Assistant 
Articles 

With G. L. Pratt, R. L. Wits, R. G. Butler, 
J. L. Parson 
Lagoons for farm wastes. Farm Research, 
North Dakota State University, 25, 4:8-10. 

CURTIS, JAMES O., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With J. D. Bradley 

Stresses in plywood gusset plates for trusses. 
Trans. A.S.A.E., 10, 5:633-38. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Remodelincr corn cribs for small grain stor- 
age. Agricultural Engineers Digest, Mid- 
west Plan Service, Ames, la., 6 pp. 
With L. D. Nagreski 

Allowable loads for anchor bolts in concrete. 
///. Res., 10,2:5. 

DAY, DONALD L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. C. Converse, D. D. Jones 

Rotor aeration of swine wastes. III. Res., 
10, 2:16-17. 
With W. C. Hammond, E. L. Hansen 

Can lime and chlorine suppress odors in 
liquid manure? Agr. Engr., 49, 6:340-43. 
With D. D. Jones, B. A. Jones, Jr. 

Aerobic digestion of cattle waste. 7//. Res., 
10, 3:8. 



Aerobic digestion of cattle waste. Trans. 
A.S.A.E., 11, 6:757-61. 

DRABLOS, CARROLL J. W., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With B. A. Jones, Jr. 

Liaison — key to highway and agricultural 
drainage. ASCE Environmental Engineer- 
ing Conf., Preprint 681, 19 pp. 

HALL, GLENN E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Mechanical shelling damage. Proc. of the 
Grain Damage Symposium, Iowa State 
Univ., Ames, pp. 12.01-.08. 
With D. M. Byg 

Corn losses and kernel damage in field 
shelling of corn. Trans. A.S.A.E., 11, 
2:164-66. 
With C. W. Hall 

Heated die wafer formation of alfalfa and 
bermudagrass. Ihid., 4:578-81. 



HANSEN, EDWIN L., Professor 

Articles 

With W. C. Hammond, D. L. Day 

Can lime and chlorine suppress odors in 
liquid hog manure? Agr. Engr., 49, 6: 
340-43. 
Continuously insulated concrete panel con- 
struction. Small Homes Council-Building 
Research Council Univ. III. Bull. 65, p. 
122. 

HUNT, DONELL R., Professor 

Articles 

With G. A. Puzey 

Field machine repair cost patterns. Agr. 
Engr., 49, 3:139-41. 

JONES, BENJAMIN A., JR., Professor 

Articles 

With J. L. Woerner, R. N. Fenzl 

Laminar flow in finitely wide rectangular 
channels. Proc. ASCE, 94, HY3: 691-704. 
With C. J. W. Drablos 

Liaison — key to highway and agricultural 
drainage. ASCE Environmental Engr. 
Conf., Preprint 681, 19 pp. 
With D. D. Jones, D. L. Day 

Aerobic digestion of cattle waste. III. Res., 

10, 3:8. 
Aerobic digestion of cattle waste. Trans. 
A.S.M.E., 11, 6:757-61. 
With A. O. Weiss, R. N. Feml 

Factors affecting scour-hole development up- 
stream of a rectangular weir. Trans. 
A.S.A.E., 11, 4:572-75. 

LEMBKE, WALTER D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Getting water away from irrigated areas. 

Farm and Home Research, South Dakota 

State Univ., 19, 1:5-6. 
Drainage designed for your field. Ibid., 

pp. 9-10. 
Control of water table level. Ihid. 
Programming irrigation drainage systems. 

Ibid., pp. 14-15. 
Seek better, cheaper drain filters. Ibid., p. 16. 
What's new in products for irrigation. Ibid., 

p. 17. 



URBAN A 11 



MUEHLING, ARTHUR J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Livestock waste management. In Farm 

Builders Handbook, ed. by R. J. Lytle, 

Stuctures Pub. Co., Farmington, Mich., 

pp. 125-43. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With L. R. Fryman, K. E. Harshbarger 

Feeding, managing, and housing dairy calves. 

Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 992, 

12 pp. 

NAVE, W. RALPH, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

JVith B. J. Butler 

Equipment for roadside mulching operations. 

Agr. Engr. Series, III. Coop. Hwy. Res. 

Prog. 92, IS pp. 

OLVER, ELWOOD F., Professor 

Articles 

With H. B. Puckett, K. E. Harshbarger 

Automatic livestock feeding. In Yearbook of 
agriculture, 1968, pp. 125-28. 

PUCKETT, HOYLE B., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With K. E. Harshbarger, E. F. Olver 

Automatic livestock feeding. In Yearbook of 
agriculture, 1968, pp. 125-28. 

SHOVE, GENE C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Application of dehydrofrigidation to shelled- 
corn conditioning. Trans. A.S.A.E., 11, 
3:312-17. 
Dehydrofrigidation: for shelled corn con- 
ditioning. Agr. Engr., 49, 4:202-05. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Aerating stored drv grain. Univ. I!!. Coll. 
Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 984, 12 pp. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Larsen, William E. (R. R. Yoerger, Adviser), 
A control system for off-highway vehicles. 

Rastogi, Ram A. (B. A. Jones, Jr., Adviser), 
Morphological analysis and hydrologic re- 
sponse of small agricultural drainage basins. 



AGRICULTURAL ENTOMOLOGY 

ARMBRUST, EDWARD J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With G. G. Gyrisco 

The influence of some physical and biological 

factors on the phototactic response of the 

alfalfa weevil, Hxpera postica. Ann. ent. 

Soc. Am., 61, 6:1561-66. 
With M. C. Wilson 

Chemical control of the alfalfa weevil in 

Illinois and Indiana. II. The importance 

of spray volume in aerial application. /. 

econ. Ent.. 61, 5:1201-03. 
With M. C. Wilson, T. R. Hints 

Chemical control of the alfalfa weevil in 

Illinois and Indiana. I. Comparison of 

registered and experimental materials. Ibid., 

4:1050-54. 

BANERJEE, AMAL C, Research Associate 
Articles 

Microsporidian diseases of sod webworms in 

bluegrass lawns. Ann. ent. Soc. Am., 61, 

2:544-45. 



BROERSMA, DELMAR B., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With W. H. Luckmann 

Frequency of mating by the female onion 

maggot adult. /. econ. Ent., 61, 2:568. 

BRUCE, W. N., Professor 

Articles 

With K. S. Park 

The determination of the water solubility of 
aldrin, dieldrin, heptachlor, and heptachlor 
epoxide. /. econ. Ent., 61, 3:770-74. 

DECKER, GEORGE C, Professor 
Emeritus 

Articles 

With H. B. Cunningham 

Winter survival and overwintering area of 
the potato leafhopper, E. fabae. J. econ. 
Ent., 61. 1:154-61. 

With C. Kouskolekas 

A quantitative evaluation of factors affecting 
alfalfa yield reduction caused by the po- 
tato leafhopper attack. Ibid.. 4:921-27. 

LABERGE, WALLACE E., Professor 
Articles 

A new bee of the genus Andrena from India 

(Hymenootera: Andrenidae). EntomoL, 

1968: 97-100. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena 

of the Western Hemisphere. Part I. Cal- 

landrena. (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae). 

B«/;. Univ. Nebr. St. Mus., No. 7, 316 pp. 

LUCKMANN, WILLIAM H., Professor 

Articles 

With D. B. Broersma 

Frequency of mating by the female onion 
maggot adult. /. econ. Ent., 61, 2:568. 

MADDOX, JOSEPH V., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Generation time of the microsporidian Noscma 
necatrix in larvae of the armyworm, Pscti- 
daletia unipuncta. J. Invert. Pathol., 11: 
90-96. 

MOORE, STEVENSON, III, Professor 

Articles 

With R. E. Sechriest 

A field experiment with insecticide-impreg- 
nated baits to control the armyworm. /. 
econ. Ent., 61, 3:879-80. 

PARK, KEUN S., Assistant Chemist 

Articles 

With W. N. Bruce 

The determination of the water solubility of 
aldrin, dieldrin, heptachlor, and heptachlor 
epoxide. /. econ. Ent., 61, 3:770-74. 

PETTY, HOWARD B., Professor 
Articles 

With S. Rachesky 

Control of Psychoda alternata at a waste- 
water sewerage plant. /. econ. Ent., 61, 
4:1118-19. 

SANDERSON. MILTON W., Professor 
Articles 

New West Indian Hispinae (Coleoptera: 

Chrysomelidae) with notes and keys. Carib. 

I. Sci. 7, 3-4:135-40. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



SECHRIEST, RALPH E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Greenhouse experiments with baits for con- 
trol of the black cutworm. /. econ. Ent., 
61, 3:591-93. 
With S. Moore. Ill 

A field experiment with insecticide-impreg- 
nated baits to control the armyworm. 
Ihid., pp. 879-80. 

STANNARD, LEWIS J., Professor 
Articles 

Mixothrips, a new genus of gall making 

thrips (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae). 

Florida Entomol., 51, 3:135-41. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The thrips, or Thysanoptera, of Illinois. Btill., 
III. Nat. Hist. Survey, 29, 4:215-552. 

UNZICKER, JOHN D., Assistant Professor 
Books 

The comparative morphology and evolution of 
the internal female reproductive system of 
Trichoptera. III. Biol. Mono., No. 40, Univ. 
111. Press, Urbana, 75 pp. 



AGRICULTURE ADMINISTRATION 

BENTLEY, ORVILLE G., Professor 
and Dean, College of Agriculture 
Articles 

New challenges for animal science teaching. 

/. Ani. Sci., 27, 4:863-67. 
New commitments for the land-grant univer- 
sity in a hungry world. In The land-grant 
university and world food needs, Univ. 111. 
College of Agriculture, Urbana, pp. 156-62. 

BRINEGAR, GEORGE K., Professor 

Books 

With L. P. Fettig 

Some measures of the quality of agricultural 
credit. National Bureau of Economic Re- 
search, Inc., Columbia Univ. Press, N.Y., 
51 pp. 

Articles 

Discussion: evaluation and planning of re- 
search in the experiment station. Amer. 
J. Agr. Econ., 50, 5:1161. 

GATE, HUBERT A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. A. Arehart, J. M. Lewis 

Slotted floors are practical for lambs. III. 
Res., 10, 2:10-11. 
With J. Hayes 

The search in zoonoses research. Ibid., 3: 
10-11. 

EVANS, JAMES F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Impression management and specialists. /. 
Coop. Ext., 6, 4:207-15. 

EVERLY, JACK C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Continuing education instruction via the mass 
media. In Papers presented to the national 
seminar on adult education research, by 
ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult Education, 
Syracuse, N.Y., 22 pp. 



AGRONOMY 

ALDRICH, SAMUEL R., Professor 
Articles 

Soil thermometers. Crops and Soils, 20:6-7. 
Beware of the "fertility quack." Sugar Beet 

J., 33,2:17. 
Will you have nitrate problems? Succ. Farm- 
ing, 5:42. 
Substituting farmer experience for research 
is dangerous. Crops and Soils, 20, 9:4-6. 
Better than a billion bushels! Agr. Nitrogen 
Neivs, 18:22-26. 
With W. M. Walker, T.R. Peck, 
W. R. Oschwald 
Nutrient levels in Illinois soils. ///. Res., 10, 
3:12-13. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With W. O. Scott, E. L. Knake, D. W. Graffis, 
W. R. Oschwald 
Illinois agronomy handbook 1968. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 995. 
51 pp. 

ALEXANDER, DENTON E., Professor 
Articles 

With F. I. Collins, R. C. Rodgers, 
L. Silvela S. 
Analysis of oil content of soybeans by wide- 
line NMR. /. Amer. Oil Chemists' Soc, 
44, 12:708-10. 
With R. J. Lambert 

Relationship of kernel oil content to yield in 

maize. Crop Sci., 8: 272-7 A. 
Spontaneous mutation rate at the opaque-2 
locus in maize. /. Heredity, 59, 6:378-79. 
With F. Scheuch, A. Manrique 

La modificacion de las proteinas del endo- 
sperma: un nuevo concepto en mejoramiento 
de maiz. Anales Cientificos, 4:162-68. 
Seleccion recurrente para contenido de aciete 
en maiz mediante el espectroscopio de 
resonancia magnetica. Ibid., pp. 169-73. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. B. Fehrenbacher, B. W. Ray 

Illinois soils and factors in their develop- 
ment. The Quaternary of Illinois. Univ. 
III., Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub., 14:165-75. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Color chart for estimating organic matter in 
mineral soils in Illinois. Univ. 111. Coll. 
Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. and USDA cooperat- 
ing, Ag 1941. 4 pp. 

BEAVERS, ALVIN H., Professor 

Articles 

With N. Ahmad, R. L. lones 

Genesis, mineralogy, and related properties 
of West Indian soils: I. Montserat series, 
derived from glauconitic sandstone, cen- 
tral Trinidad. /. Soil Sci., 19, 1:1-8. 
Genesis, mineralogy, and related properties 
of West Indian soils: II. Maracas series, 
formed from micaceous schist and phyllite, 
Northern Range, Trinidad. Ibid., pp. 9-19. 

BERNARD. RICHARD L., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With D. W. Chamberlain 

Resistance to brown stem rot 

Crop Sci., 8:728-29. 



soybeans. 



URBANA 13 



Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With J. E. Dillon, D. IV. Graffis, IV. O. Scott 
1967 soybean variety performance in Illinois. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 
978. 11 pp. 

BOONE, LESTER V., Associate Agronomist 
Articles 

The Morrow Plots — a national historic land- 
mark. III. Res., 10, 4:3-4. 
With L. F. Welch 

How fertilizer affects field drying of corn. 
Ibid., 2:3-4. 

BOYER, JOHN S., Assistant Professor 
See Botany. 

BRAIDS, OLIN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With F. J. Stevenson 

Variation in the relative distribution of 
amino sugars with depth in some soil pro- 
files. Soil Sci. Soc. Arner. Froc, 32: 
598-99. 

Articles 

With T. D. Hinesly, J. A. Molina, R. I. Dick 
Disposal of digested sludge on farm land. 
Solid Waste. Res. and Devel., II, Engi- 
neering Foundation Res. Conf., p. D-7. 

CARMER, SAMUEL G., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Agronomy keeps pace with new computer. 
///. Res., 10, 4:11. 
With A. M. Rhodes, W. P. Bemis, 
T. W. Whitaker 
A numerical study of cucurbita. Brittonia, 
20:2S\-66. 
With J. B. Fehrenhacher, P. E. Johnson 

Gypsum for high sodium soils? Crops and 
Soils, 21, 1:14. 

DEWET, JOHANNES M. J., Professor 
Articles 

Biosystematics of the Bothriochloa barbinodis 
complex (Gramineae). Amer. J. Bot. 55: 
1246-50. 
Diploid-tetraploid-haploid cycles and the ori- 
gin of variability in Dichanthium agamo- 
species. Evol., 22:394-97. 
The origin of weediness in plants. Okla. 
Acad. Set., 47:14-17. 
With J. R. Harlan 
Taxonomy of Dichanthium section Dichan- 
thium (Gramineae). Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot., 
12:206-27. 

DILLON, JOHN E., Associate Agronomist 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With R. L. Bernard, D. W. Graffis, 

W. O. Scott 
1967 soybean variety performance in Illinois. 

Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 

978. 11 pp. 

FEHRENBACHER, JOE B., Professor 

Articles 

With B. W. Ray, J. D. Alexander 

Illinois soils and factors in their develop- 
ment. The Quaternary of Illinois, Univ. 
III. Coll. Agr., Spec. Pub., 14:165-75. 
With S. G. Carmer, P. E: Johnson 

Gypsum for high sodium soils? Crops and 
Soils, 21, 1:14. 



With C. J. Frazee, R. T. Odell 

Hydraulic conductivity and moisture regimes 
in solonetzic and associated soils in south- 
central Illinois. Soil Sci., 105, 5:362-68. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With W. D. Parks 

Soil survey Pulaski and Alexander counties, 
Illinois. USDA SCS, in cooperation with 
Univ. III. Agr. Exp. St a. 121 pp. 
Reviews 

Physical properties of soils, by N. Narayana 
and C. C. Shah. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 
Proc, 31, S:vi. 

GRAFFIS, DONALD W., Associate Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With J. E. Dillon, R. L. Bernard, W. O. Scott 
1967 soybean variety performance in Illinois. 

Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. 

Circ. 978. 11 pp. 
With W. O. Scott, E. L. Knake, 

S. R. Aldrich, W. R. Oschwald 
Illinois agronomy handbook 1968. Univ. III. 

Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 995. 

51 pp. 
With R. J. Lambert, G. L. Ross, K. E. Williams 
1966-68 performance of commercial corn hy- 
brids in Illinois. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 

Ext. Serv. Circ. 993. 28 pp. 

HADLEY, HENRY H., Professor 

Articles 

With B. B. Singh, F. I. Collins 

Distribution of fatty acids in germinating 
soybean seed. Crop Sci., 5:171-73. 
With R. G. Palmer 

Interspecific hybridization in Glycine, sub- 
genus Leptocyamus. Ibid., pp. 557-63. 
With B. B. Singh 

Maternal control of oil synthesis in soybeans, 
Glycine max (L.) Merr. Ibid., pp. 622-25. 

HAGEMAN, RICHARD H., Professor 

Articles 

With L. E. Schroder 

Regulations of nitrate reductase activity in 
corn (Zea mays L.) seedlings by endoge- 
nous metabolites. Plant Physiol., 42: 
1750-56. 
With L. E. Schrader, G. L. Ritenour, 
G. L. Eilrich 
Some characteristics of nitrate reductase 
from higher plants. Ibid., 4i: 930-40. 
With N. E. Tolbert, A. Oeser, T. Kisaki, 
R. Y. Yamasaki 
Peroxisomes from spinach leaves containing 
enzymes related to glycolate metabolism. 
/. Biol. Chem., 243:5179-84. 
With T. C. Hsiao, E. H. Tyner 

Effects of potassium nutrition on ribonucleic 
acid and ribonuclease in Zea mays L. 
Plant Physiol., -/J: 1941-46. 
With P. E. Curtis, E. R. Leng 

Developmental changes in oil and fatty acid 
content of maize strains varying in oil 
content. Crop Sci., 8:6^,9-93. 

HANSON, JOHN B.i Professor 
See Botany. 

HARLAN, JACK R., Professor 
Articles 

On the origin of barley. In Barley: origin, 
botany culture, winter-hardiness, genetics, 



14 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



utilization, pests, ed. by G. A. Wiebe. 
Agr. Handbook No. 338, ARS/USDA, 
Wash., D.C., pp. 9-31. 
With J. M. J. de Wet 

Taxonomy of Dichanthium section Dichan- 
thium (Gramineae). Bol. Soc. Argent. 
Bot., 12:206-27. 

HARPER, JAMES E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With G. M. Paulsen 

Influence of intensity, quality and duration 
of light on nitrogen reduction and assimi- 
lation in wheat. Crop Sci., 5:537-39. 
Evidence for a role of calcium in nitrate 
assimilation in wheat seedlings. Plant 
Physiol., ^i: 775-80. 

HINESLY, THOMAS D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With O. C. Braids, R. I. Dick, J. A. Molina 
Disposal of digested sludge on farm land. 
Solid Waste, Res. and Develop., II, En- 
gineering Foundation Research Conf., p. 

HOOKER. ARTHUR L., Professor 
See Plant Pathology. 

HYMOWITZ, THEODORE, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With H. P. Steenmeijer, A. Cardoso, P. Nuti 
Informacoes iniciais sobre Stylosanthes gracilis 
— "IRI 1022" — Alfalfa do Nordeste. 
Zootechnia, 5, 2:39-41. 
With P. Nuti, H. Mascarenhas 

Investigacoes preliminares de introducao de 
"Cicer arietenuni L." (Epocha de plantio e 
adaptacao em condicoes normais de outono- 
inverno no Estado de Sao Paulo). Boletim 
de Industria Animal, 24, 1:139-45. 
With F. J. Vernetti, H. L. Shands 

The Brazilian national soybean program. 
Soybean Dig., 28:62-65. 

JOHNSON. PERCY E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With S. G. Carmer, J. B. Fehrenbacher 
Gypsum for high sodium soils? Crops and 
Soils, 21, 1:14. 

JONES, ROBERT L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With N. Ahmad, A. H. Beavers 
Genesis, mineralogy, and related properties 
of West Indian soils: I. Montserat series 
derived from glauconitic sandstone, central 
Trinidad. /. Soil Sci., 19, 1:1-8. 
Genesis, mineralogy, and related properties 
of West Indian soils: II. Maracas series, 
formed from micaceous schist and phyllite. 
Northern Range, Trinidad. Ibid., 19, 1: 
9-19. 

With H. C. Hanson 

Use of feather minerals as biological tracers 
to determine the breeding and molting 
grounds of wild geese. ///. Nat. Hist. 
Surv. Biol. Note 60. 8 pp. 

With R. F. Labisky, W. L. Anderson 

Selected minerals in soils, plants, and 
pheasants: an ecosystem approach to under- 
standing pheasant distribution in Illinois: 
Ibid., Note 63. 8 pp. 



KLUTE, ARNOLD, Professor 

Articles 

With F. D. Whisler, D. B. Peters 

Soil water diffusivity from horizontal infil- 
tration. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc, 32, 
1:6-11. 
With P. A. C. Raats 
Transport in soils: the balance of mass. 

Ibid., 2:161-66. 
Transport in soils: the balance of momentum. 
Ibid., 4:452-56. 
With F. D. Whisler, R. T. Millington 
Analysis of steady-state evapotranspiration 
from a soil column. Ibid., 2:167-74. 

KNAKE, ELLERY L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Atrazine and oil kills weeds postemergence. 

Hoard's Dairyman, 113:525. 
Incorporate herbicides into the soil? Ibid., 

p. 584. 
Fencerow weed control made easy. Down to 

Earth, 23, 4:2. 
With L. M. Wax 

The importance of the shoot of giant foxtail 

for uptake of preemergence herbicides. 

Weed Sci., J(5: 393-95. 
With C. E. Sommers 

Programming weed control — corn. Succ. 

Farming, 66:67. 
Programming weed control — soybeans. Ibid., 

pp. 68-69. 
Ideas for preventing herbicide injury. Ibid., 

pp. 21-23. 
With J. D. Doll, B. J. Butler 

Effects of wear on nozzle tips. III. Res., 1: 

10-11. 
With A. P. Appleby, W. R. Furtick 

Soil incorporation and site of uptake of pre- 
emergence herbicides. Weeds, 15, 3:228-32. 
With C. Cross 

A state survey of weed control practices. 

WSSA Proc, 8:96. 
With S. R. Aldrich, W. O. Scott, 

D. W. Graffis, W. R. Oschwald 
Illinois agronomy handbook 1968. Univ. III. 

Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 995. 

51 pp. 

KURTZ, LESTER T., Professor 

Articles 

With E. J. Dttnphy, M. E. Meissen, 
C. E. Fulcher 
Tolerance of soybean varieties to high levels 
of phosphorus fertilizer. Soil Sci. Soc. 
Amer. Proc, 32, 2:383-85. 

With H. L. S. Tandon, E. C. Marcusiu 

Determination of aluminum in the presence 
of fluoride by emission spectroscopy. Appl. 
Spectroscopy, 22, 4:283-85. 

With H. L. S. Tandon 

Isotopic exchange characteristics of alumi- 
num- and iron-bound fractions of soil 
phosphorus. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc, 
32, 6:799-802. 

LAMBERT, ROBERT J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Alexander 

Relationship of oil content to yield in maize. 

Crop Sci., 8:272-7^. 
Spontaneous mutation rate at the opaque-2 
locus in maize. /. Heredity 59, 6:378-79. 



URBAN A 15 



Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With D. W. Graffis, G. L. Ross, 
K. E. Williams 
1966-68 performance of commercial corn hy- 
brids in Illinois. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 
Ext. Serv. Circ. 993. 28 pp. 

LEXG, EARL R., Professor 
Articles 

Soybeans — potential for extension to areas 
of protein shortage. Econ. Bot., 22, 37:41. 
With P. E. Curtis, R. H. Hageman 
Developmental changes in oil and fatty acid 
content of maize strains varying in oil con- 
tent. Crop Set., 5:689-93. 

MARCUSIU, EMIL C, Associate Agronomist 

Articles 

With L. T. Kurtz, H. L. S. Tandon 

Determination of aluminum in the presence 

of fluoride by emission spectroscopy. Appl. 

Spectroscopy, 22:283-85. 

McKIBBEN, GEORGE E., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton 

Double cropping in Illinois. ///. Res., 10, 3: 
6-7. 

MILLER, RAYMOND J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Electron micrographs of acid-edge attack of 
kaolinite. Sail Sci., 105:166-71. 
With J. B. Hanson, S. W. Dumford 

Uncoupling of respiration-linked contraction 
in corn mitochondria. Plant Phys., 43: 
811-14. 
With A. R. Overman 

Convective diffusion in capillaries. /. Phys. 
Chem., 72:155-58. 
With N. Street, K. Han 

The energy of activation of clay suspension 
conductance. 9th Intnl. Cong. Soil Sci., 
7:535-45. 
With A. R. Overman, J. H. Peverly 

Hydraulic conductivity measurements with 
a pressure transducer. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 
Proc, i2: 884-86. 
With C. Pinkham. A. R. Overman, 
S. W. Dumford 
Temperature effects on acid hydrolysis of 
glucose 1-phosphate and urease hydroly- 
sis of urea. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 167: 
607-9. 

MILLIXGTON, RICHARD J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With J. R. Burford 

Nitrous oxide in the atmosphere of a red- 
brown earth. 9th Intnl. Cong. Soil Sci. 
Trans., 2:505-11. 
With J. K. Powrie 

Dissolution and leaching of fertilizer gran- 
ules. Ihid., i: 385-93. 
With F. D. Whisler, A. Klute 

Analysis of steady-state evapotranspiration 
from a soil column. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 
Proc, 32, 2:167-74. 

MOLINA, JEAN-ALEX E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With T. D. Hinesly, O. C. Braids, R. I. Dick 
Disposal of digested sludge on farm land. 



Solid Waste, Res. and Devel., II, Engi- 
neering Foundation Res. Conf., p. D-7. 

ODELL, RUSSELL T., Professor 

Books 

With J. D. Dijkerman 

Properties, classification, and use of tropical 
soils, with special reference to those in 
Sierra Leone. Njala University College, 
Sierra Leone. 137 pp. 

Articles 

With C. J. Frazee, J. B. Fehrenbacher 

Hydraulic conductivity and moisture regimes 
in solonetzic and associated soils in south- 
central Illinois. Soil Sci., 105, 5:362-68. 

OSCHWALD, WILLIAM R., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Comparison of tillage systems. Dairy Herd 

Management. Sept., pp. 30-32; 64. 
Farmers break away from conventional till- 
age methods. Prairie Farmer, 140, 19: 
57-58. 
With W. M. Walker, T. R. Peck, S. R. Aldrich 
Nutrient levels in Illinois soils. III. Res., 
10, 3:12-13. 
With C. J. W. D ratios 

Factors affectiiig irrigation practices and de- 
sign of sprinkling systems. The Land- 
scaper, 3. 4:8-12. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With S. R. Aldrich, W. O. Scott, E. L. Knake, 
D. W. Graffis 
Illinois agronomy handbook 1968. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Coop. E.vt. Serv. Circ. 995. 
51 pp. 

PECK, THEODORE R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Plant and soil analysis survey. 7//. Pert. 

Conf. Proc, pp. 10-15. 
Timely tips on crops and soils — soil testing. 
Prairie Farmer, 18:46. 
With W. M. Walker, S. R. Aldrich, 
W. R. Oschwald 
Nutrient levels in Illinois soils. III. Res., 
10, 3:12-13. 

PENDLETON, JOHNNY W., Professor 
Articles 

With G. E. Smith, S. R. Winter, 
T. J. Johnston 
Field investigations of the relationships of 
leaf angle in corn (Zeo mays L.) to grain 
yield and apparent photosynthesis. Agron. 
J. 60:422-24. 
With M. Singh, D. B. Peters 

Net and spectral radiation in soybean cano- 
pies. Ibid., pp. 542-45. 
With T. J. Johnston 

Contribution of leaves at different canopy 
levels to seed production of upright and 
lodged soybeans {Glycine max L.) Crop 
Sci., 8:291-92. 
With L. M. Wax 

Effect of row spacing on weed control in soy- 
beans. Weed Sci., 16:462-65. 
Influence of 2,4,5-triiodobenzoic acid 
(TIBA) on soybeans planted in different 
cultural systems. Agron. J., 60:425-27. 
With G. E. McKibben 

Double cropping in Illinois. III. Res., 10, 
3:6-7. 



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PETERS, DOYLE B., Professor 
Articles 

Water use by plants. Plant Food Rev., 14, 
1:14-16. 
With F. D. Whisler, A. Klute 

Soil water diffusivity from horizontal infiltra- 
tion. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc, 32, 1: 
6-11. 
With M. Singh, J. W. Pendleton 

Net and spectral radiation in soybean cano- 
pies. Agron. J., (50:542-45. 

RAY, BURTON W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With I. B. Fehrenbacher, J. D. Alexander 
Illinois soils and factors in their development. 

The Quaternarv of Illinois. Univ. 111. 

Coll. Agr. Spec.'Pub., 14:165-75. 

RUNGE, EDWARD C. A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Effects of rainfall and temperature interac- 
tions during the growing season on corn 
yield. Agron. J., 60:503-7. 

SABEY, BURNS R., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The influence of nitrification suppressants on 
the rate of ammonium oxidation in mid- 
western U.S.A. soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 
Proc, 32, 5:675-79. 

SCOTT, WALTER C, Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With J. E. Dillon, R. L. Bernard, 

D. W. Graffis 
1967 soybean variety performance in Illinois. 

Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. 

Circ. 978. 11 pp. 
With S. R. Aldrich, E. L. Knake, 

D. W. Graffis, W. R. Oschwald 
Illinois agronomy handbook 1968. Univ. III. 

Coll. Agr. Coop. E.xt. Serv. Circ. 995. 

51 pp. 

SLIFE, FRED W., Professor 
Articles 

With J. Cardenas, J. B. Hanson, H. Butler 
Physiological changes accompanying the death 
of cocklebur plants treated with 2,4-D. 
Weed Sci., 16, 1:96-100. 
With J. B. Hanson 

Role of RNA metabolism in the action of 
auxin-herbicides. Res. Rev., p. 2S. 

STEVENSON, FRANK J., Professor 

Articles 

With G. I. Gascho 

An improved method for extracting organic 
matter from soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 
Proc, 32:117-19. 

With O. C. Braids 

Variation in the relative distribution of 
amino sugars with depth in some soil pro- 
files. Ihid., pp. 598-600. 

STOLLER, EDWARD W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Differential phytotoxicity of an amiben metab- 
olite. Weed Sci., Jd: 384-86. 
With L. M. Wax 

Amiben metabolism and selectivity. Ibid., 
pp. 283-88. 



TYNER, EDWARD H., Professor 
Articles 

With H. L. S. Tandon, M. P. Cescas 
An acid-free vanadate-molybdate reagent for 

the determination of total phosphorus in 

soils. Soil Sci. Soc Amer. Proc, 32, 1: 

48-51. 
With M. P. Cescas, L. J. Gray 

The electron microprobe x-ray analyzer and 

its use in soil investigations. Adv. Agron., 

20:153-98. 
With T. C. Hsiao, R. H. Hageman 

Effects of potassium nutrition on ribonucleic 

acid and ribonuclease in Zea mays L. Plant 

Physiol., ^i: 1941-46. 

WALKER, WILLIAM M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Soil and plant analysis: a progress report on 
calibration. Proc. III. Pert. Conf., pp. 
47-48. 
With L. F. Welch 

Band vs. broadcast fertilizer applications. 
///. Res., 10, 2:6-7. 
With T. R. Peck, S. R. Aldrich, 
W. R. Oschwald 
Nutrient levels in Illinois soils. Ibid., 3: 
12-13. 

WAX, LOYD M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. W. Pendleton 

Influence of 2,3,S-triiodobenzoic acid (TIBA) 
on soybeans planted in different cultural 
systems. Agron. J., 60:425-27. 
Effect of row spacing on weed control in 
soybeans. Weed Sci., 16:462-65. 
With E. L. Knake 

The importance of the shoot of giant foxtail 
for uptake of preemergence herbicides. 
Ibid., pp. 393-95. 
With E. W. Stoller 

Amiben metabolism and selectivity. Ibid., 
pp. 283-88. 

WELCH, LOUIS F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. V. Boone 

How fertilizer affects field drying of corn. 
/;/. Res., 10, 2:3-4. 
With W. M. Walker 

Band versus broadcast fertilizer application. 
Ibid., pp. 6-7. 
With S. R. Wilkinson, G. A. Hillsman, 
W. A. Jackson 
Compatibility of tall fescue and coastal ber- 
mudagrass as affected by nitrogen fertili- 
zation and height of clip. Agron. J., 60: 
359-62. 
With S. R. Wilkinson, G. A. Hillsman 

Southern farmers can double-up bermuda- 
grass and rye crops. Crops and Soils, 
21:21. 

WILSON, C. M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Plant nucleases. I. Separation and purifica- 
tion of two ribonucleases and one nuclease 
from corn. Plant Physiol., 43:1332-38. 
Plant nucleases. II. Properties of corn ribo- 
nucleases I and II and corn nuclease I. 
Ibid., pp. 1339-46. 



URBAN A 17 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Alcordo, Isabelo S. (E. H. Tyner, Adviser), 
The flow properties of montmorillonite, fe- 
montmorillonite, al-montmorillonite, and soil 
clay suspensions and their changes with 
anaerobic reduction. 

Cescas, Michel (E. H. Tyner, Adviser), Rate 
of rock phosphate disappearance for the 
^Morrow Plots and electron microprobe analy- 
sis of soil concretions and mineral inclusions. 

Curtis. Paul E. (R. H. Hageman, Adviser), 
Varietal differences in photosynthetic reac- 
tions of the soybean (Glycine max (L.) 
Merrill). 

Dumford, Stephen W. (R. J. Miller, Adviser), 
The effect of divalent inorganic cations on 
the energy driven reactions of corn mito- 
chondria. 

Eilrich, Gary L. (R. H. Hageman, Adviser), 
Nitrate reductase activity in wheat {Triticuin 
aestivum L.) and its relationship to grain 
protein production as affected by genotype 
and spring application of calcium nitrate. 

Hicks, Dale R. (J. W. Pendleton, Adviser), 
Evaluation of soybean genotypes with re- 
spect to the ecological factor light and the 
effect of flower and bud removal on agro- 
nomic characteristics. 

Johnston, Taylor J. (J. W. Pendleton, Ad- 
viser), Field studies of light relationships as 
affecting seed yields and photosynthesis of 
individual leaves within canopies of soybeans 
{Glycine max (L.) Merrill). 

Krueger, William A. (J. B. Hanson, Adviser), 
Respiratory senescence in corn shoots. 

Lueschen, William E. (C. N. Hittle, Adviser), 
Yield and tiller development of a sudangrass 
and a sorghum-sudangrass hybrid as influ- 
enced by clipping treatments and growth 
stage at harvest. 

Malik, Dalip S. (C. N. Hittle, Adviser), Ef- 
fect of various factors on yield and yield 
components in wheat and soybeans. 

Paulson, Kenneth N. (L. T. Kurtz, Adviser), 
The locus of urease activity in the soil. 

Reiss, William D. (J. A. Jackobs, Adviser), 
Factors influencing development of alfalfa 
(Medicago sati-ja L.) : companion crop, or- 
chardgrass {Dactylis glomerata L.), and 
fertilizer. 

Shrivastava, Jagdish P. (C. N. Hittle, Ad- 
viser), Performance of alfalfa blends, predic- 
tion of yield components and a technique of 
yield estimation. 

Spiss, Ludwik (C. N. Hittle, Adviser), Studies 
on self-incompatibility in birdsfoot trefoil, 
Lotus corniculatus L. 
Tandon, Hari L. (L. T. Kurtz, Adviser), Char- 
acterization of the aluminum-bound fraction 
of soil phosphorus. 
Warner, Robert L. (R. H. Hageman, Adviser), 
Inheritance of nitrate reductase activity and 
characterization of nitrate reductase in Zea 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ALBERT, WACO W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. D. Ferrcll, U. S. Garrigus 

Husklage: its nutritive value for wintering 

pregnant beef heifers. 111. Res., 10, 4: 

9-10. 



H'ith D. L. Cox 

Beef cows winter well on stalklage ration. 
Ibid., pp. 7-8. 

BAKER, DAVID H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With D. E. Becker, A. H. Jensen. 
B. G. Harmon 
Effect of dietary dilution on performance of 
finishing swine. /. .-Ini. Sci., 27, 5: 
1332-35. 
Influence of microbiota on metabolic fecal 
nitrogen in rats. /. Nutr., 96, 3:391-96. 
With M. Sugahara, H. M. Scott 

The glycine-serine interrelationship in chick 
nutrition. Poultry Sci., 47, 4:1376-77. 
With E. R. Diller, C. E. Jordan 

Effect of a combination of diethylstilbestrol 
and methyltestosterone, sex and dietary 
protein level on some serum lipids of 
finishing swine. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 3:660-65. 
With D. L. Meyer, W. P. Waitt, 
A. L. Melliere, C. E. Jordan 
Effects of a dietary combination of diethyl- 
stilbestrol and methyltestosterone on repro- 
ductive performance of gilts. Ibid., 4: 
1045-48. 

BECKER, DONALD E., Professor 
Articles 

With D. H. Baker, B. G. Harmon, 
A. H. Jensen 
Effect of dietary dilution on performance of 
finishing swine. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 5:1332-35. 
Influence of microbiota on metabolic fecal 
nitrogen in rats. /. N:itr.. 96, 3:391-96. 
With B. G. Harmon, A. H. Jensen, 
H. W. Norton 
Effect of Na2EDTA in diets of different iron 
levels on utilization of calcium, phosphorus 
and iron by rats. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 2:418-23. 
With B. G. Harmon, J. L. Cox, H. W. Norton. 
A. H. Jensen 
Influence of ambient temperature stress on 
response of pregnant rats to dietary pro- 
tein levels. Ibid., 3:650-55. 
Response of pregnant rats to sources of 
dietary nitrogen and cold exposure. Ibid., 
6:1567-71. 
With J. R. Mitchell, Jr.. B. G. Harmon, 
H. W. Norton, A. H. Jensen 
Some amino acid needs of the young pig fed 

a semisynthetic diet. Ibid.. 5:1322-26. 
Determination of amino acid needs of the 
young pig by nitrogen balance and plasma- 
free amino acids. Ibid., 5:1327-31. 

BRAY, DONALD J., Professor 
Articles 

The effect of the ratio of corn to soybean 
protein in layer diets upon the response to 
supplemental amino acids. Pouitrv Sci., 47, 
3:815-21. 
Photoperiodism and age as factors aft'ecting 
the protein requirements of laying pullets. 
Ibid., pp. 1005-13. 

CHAKRABARTY, KRISHNA, Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With G. A. Leveille 

Total lipid and cholesterol levels in plasma 
and liver of rats fed diets supplemented 
with sulfaguanidine or succinylsulfathiazole. 
/. Nutr., 95, 1:88-94. 



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Absorption and utilization of glucose by meal- 
fed and nibbling rats. Ibid., 96, 1:69-75. 

Influence of periodicity of eating on the 
activity of various enzymes in adipose 
tissue, liver and muscle of the rat. Ibid., 
1:76-82. 

In vivo and in vitro studies of gluconegene- 
sis in meal-fed and nibbling rats. Ibid., 
3:397-402. 

Conversion of pyruvate to glyceride-glucerol 
in adipose tissue of obese and nonobese 
mice. Arcli. Biocheni. Biophys., 125, 1: 
259-68. 
l-Vith G. A. Levcille, E. K. O'Hea 

In vivo lipogenesis in the domestic chicken. 
Proc. Soc. E.vp. Biol, and Med., 128, 
2:398-401. 

CMARIK, GEORGE F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. C. Hinds, M. E. Mansfield, 

J. E. Zimmerman 
Influence of aspiration biopsy of liver on 

cattle gains and liver vitamin A values. 

J. Ani. Sci., 27, 2:505-08. 
With G. T. Woods, M. E. Mansfield, 

M. ZinziUeta. G. Marquis 
Vaccination of beef calves before weaning 

with a live-virus bovine myxovirus para- 

influenza-3 vaccine. Am. I. Vet. Res., 29, 

7:1349-53. 

COOK, BRIAN, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. V. Nalbandov 
Reproduction. In Annual review of physi- 
ology, ed. by Victor E. Hall, Annual Re- 
views, Inc., Palo Alto, Calif., pp. 245-78. 
The effect of some pituitary hormones on 
progesterone synthesis in vitro by the 
luteinized ovary of the common opossum 
{Didelphis marsupialis virginiand). J. Re- 
prod. Pert., 15, 2:267-75. 

With G. D. Niswcnder, N. S. Sutterlin. 
H. W. Norton, A. V. Nalbandov 
The influence of .some steroids, including 
estrogens, on progesterone synthesis in 
vitro by porcine corpora lutea. Steroids, 
11, 3:321-36. 

With P. J. Dsiuk, G. D. Niswender. 
C. C. Kaltenbach, B. B. Doane 
Inhibition and control of estrus and ovulation 
in ewes with a subcutaneous implant of 
silicone rubber impregnated with a pro- 
gestogen. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29, 12:2415-17. 

DZIUK, PHILIP J., Professor 
Articles 

Effect of number of embryos and uterine 
space on embryo survival of the pig. /. 
Ani. ScL. 27, 3:673-76. 

Egg transfer in cattle, sheep and pigs. In 
The mammalian oviduct, ed. by Hafez and 
Blandau, Univ. Chicago Press, pp. 407-17. 
With D. S. Dhindsa 

The effect on pregnancy in the pig after 
killing embryos or fetuses in one uterine 
horn in early gestation. J. Ani. Sci., 27, 
1:122-26. 

Influence of varying the proportion of uterus 
occupied by embryos on maintenance of 
pregnancy in the pig. Ibid., 3:668-72. 
With R. H. F. Hunter 

Sperm penetration of pig eggs in relation to 
the timing of ovulation and insemination. 
/. Reprod. Pert., 15, 2:199-208. 



With C. N. Graves 

Control of ovulation in dairy cattle with 
human chorionic gonadotrophin after treat- 
ment with 6 Q!-methyl-17 a-aceto.xyproges- 
terone. Ibid., 17, 1:169-72. 
With O. C. Miller 

Migration of embryos in the anastomosed 
uterine horns of the pig. Anat. Rec. 162, 
2:137-38. 
With R. D. Baker, H. W. Norton 

Effect of volume of semen, number of sperm 
and drugs on transport of sperm in arti- 
ficially inseminated gilts. Ibid., 1:88-93. 
With J. P. Roche, J. R. Lodge 

Competition between fresh and aged sperma- 
tozoa in fertilizing rabbit eggs. J. Reprod. 
Pert., 16, 1:155-57. 
With B. Cook, G. D. Niswender, 
C. C. Kaltenbach. B. B. Doane 
Inhibition and control of estrus and ovula- 
tion in ewes with a subcutaneous implant 
of silicone rubber impregnated with a 
progestogen. A)n. J. Vet. Res.. 29, 12: 
2415-17. 

EDMAN, MARJORIE, Research Associate 

Articles 

With R. M. Porbes, B. C. Johnson 

Harold Hanson Mitchell — a biographical 
sketch (1886-1966). /. Nntr., 96, 1:1-9. 

FORBES, RICHARD M., Professor 
Articles 

With D. L. Meyer 

Roles of thyroid and parathyroid hormones 
in renal calcification induced by mag- 
nesium deficiency in the rat. Proc. Soc. 
E.vp. Biol, and Med., 128, 1:157-63. 
With Marjorie Edman, B. C. Johnson 

Harold Hanson Mitchell — a biographical 
sketch (1886-1966). J. Nutr., 96, 1:1-9. 

GARRIGUS, UPSON S., Professor 
Articles 

Conversion of nonprotein nitrogen to animal 
protein for human consumption. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub. 12, pp. 19-32. 
With W. W. Albert, L. D. Perrell 

Husklage: its nutritive value for wintering 
pregnant beef heifers. III. Res., 10, 4: 
9-10. 
With S. P. Arora, E. E. Hatfield, 
P. E. Romack, H. Motyka 
Effect of adaptation to dietary nitrate on 
thyroxine secretion rate and growth in 
lambs. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 5:1445-48. 
With K. K. Bolsen, E. E. Hatfield, 
P. E. Lamb, B. B. Doane 
Effects of sources of supplemental nitrogen 
and minerals, level of chlortetracycline, and 
moisture content of corn on the perfor- 
mance of ruminants fed all-concentrate 
diets. Ibid., 6:1663-68. 
With S. D. Parlin, R. E. Brown 

In vivo metabolism of biuret and urea by 
sheep. Ibid., 3:771-75. 
With S. D. Parlin, E. E. Hatfield 

Changes in metabolism of biuret during ad- 
justment to a biuret-supplemented diet. 
Ibid.. 3:785-89. 
With S. D. Parlin, E. E. Hatfield, 
R. J. Condon 
Utilization of biuret as a source of non- 
.'ipecific nitrogen in a crvstalline amino acid 
chick diet. /. Nutr., 94, 1:32-36. 



URBANA 19 



IVith A. L. Pope, C. IV. Cook, IV. E. Dinusson. 
IV. C. Weir 
Nutrient requirements of domestic animals. 
No. 5. Nutrient requirements of sheep 
(4th rev. ed.). National Academy of .Sci- 
ences, National Research Council Pub. 
1963, 64 pp. 

CRABER, JEAN \V., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. C. Bent, others 

Passerherbuliis henslowii henslowii (Audu- 
bon), Western henslow's sparrow. In Life 
histories of North American tarJinals. 
grosbeaks, buntings, towhecs, finches, spar- 
rows, and allies; order passeriforines : 
family fringillidae. ed. by Oliver L. Austin, 
Smithsonian Institution, U. S. National 
Museum, Washington, D. C, pp. 779-88. 

With C. C. Kaltenbach, G. D. Niswender, 
A. V. Nalbandov 
Effect of hypophysectomy on the formation 
and maintenance of corpora lutea in the 
ewe. Endocrinology, 82, 4:753-59. 
Luteotrophic properties of some pituitary 
hormones in nonpregnant or pregnant hy- 
pophysectomized ewes. Ibid., 4:818-24. 

HARMON, BUD G., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Multiple media methods in teaching animal 
science. In Utilizuig instructional resources 
in agriculture. Proc. Conf. Deans and Di- 
rectors of Resident Instruction in Agri- 
culture, pp. 27-30. 
With I. H. Behrcns 

Autotutorial resources in animal science 
teaching. /. Natl. Assn. Coll. and Tchrs. 
Agr. 12. 2:28-30. 

Autotutorial resources in animal science 
teaching. /. Ani. Sci.. 27, 4:941-43. 
With D. E. Becker. A. H. Jensen, 
H. JV. Norton 

Effect of Na:EDTA in diets of different iron 
levels on utilization of calcium, phosphorus 
and iron by rats. Ibid., 2:418-23. 
With J. L. Co.v, D. E. Becker, H. W. Norton, 
A. H. Jensen 

Influence of ambient temperature stress on 
response of pregnant rats to dietary protein 
levels. Ibid., 3:650-55. 

Response of pregnant rats to sources of 
dietary nitrogen and cold exposure. Ibid., 
6:1567-71. 
With D. E. Becker. A. H. Jensen, D. H. Baker 

Influence of microbiota on metabolic fecal 
nitrogen in rats. /. Niitr.. 96, 3:391-96. 

Effect of dietary dilution on performance of 
finishing swine. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 5: 
1332-35. 
With J. R. Mitchell. Jr., D. E. Becker, 
H. W. Norton, A. H. Jensen 

Some amino acid needs of the young pig fed 
a semisynthetic diet. Ibid., pp. 1322-26. 

Determination of amino acid needs of the 
young pig by nitrogen balance and plasma- 
free amino acids. Ibid., pp. 1327-31. 

HATFIELD, EFTON E., Professor 
Articles 

With S. P. Arora. U. S. Garrigus. 
F. E. Roinack, H. Motyka 
Effect of adaptation to dietary nitrate on thy- 
roxine secretion rate and growth in lambs. 
J. Ani. Sci., 27, 5:1445-48. 
With K. K. Bolsen, P. E. Lamb, B. B. Doane 
Effects of sources of supplemental nitrogen 
and minerals, level of chlortetracycline, and 



moisture content of corn on the perfor- 
mance of ruminants fed all-concentrate 
diets. Ibid., 6:1663-68. 
With S. D. Farlin, U. S. Garrigus 

Changes in metabolism of biuret during ad- 
justment to a biuret-supplemented diet. 
Ibid.. 3:785-89. 
With S. D. Farlin. U. S. Garrigus, 
R. J. Condon 

Utilization of biuret as a source of non- 
specific nitrogen in a crystalline amino 
acid chick diet. /. Nutr., 94, 1:32-36. 
With G. T. Schelling 

Effect of abomasally infused nitrogen sources 
on nitrogen retention of growing lambs. 
Ibid.. 96, 3:319-26. 

HINDS, FRANK C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. E. Bremer, P. E. Lamb 

Weaning beef calves at 80 days of age. ///. 
Res., 10, 3:9. 
With R. J. Huggard. G. E. McKibben 

Influence of soluble carbohydrate content and 
protein level on in vitro cellulose digestion 
in orchardgrass. Trans. III. Acad. Sci., 
61. 2:122-31. 
With A. P. Peter, G. E. Richards 

;Methods of extracting vitamin A from liver. 
/. Ajii. Sci., 27, 6:1678-81. 
With G. F. Cmarik, M. E. Mansfield, 
J. E. Zimmerman 
Influence of aspiration biopsy of liver on 
cattle gains and liver vitamin A values. 
Ibid., 2:505-8. 

JENSEN, ALDON H., Professor 
Articles 

With B. G. Harmon, D. E. Becker, 
H. W. Norton 
Effect of NasEDTA in diets of different iron 
levels on utilization of calcium, phosphorus 
and iron by rats. /. Ani. Sci.. 27, 2: 
418-23. 
With J. L. Co.v, B. G. Harmon, D. E. Becker, 
H. W. Norton 
Influence of ambient temperature stress on 
response of pregnant rats to dietary protein 
levels. Ibid., 3:650-55. 
Response of pregnant rats to sources of 
dietary nitrogen and cold exposure. Ibid., 
6:1567-71. 
With J. R. Mitchell. Jr., D. E. Becker. 
B. G. Harmon, H. W. Norton 
Some amino acid needs of the young pig fed 

a semisynthetic diet. Ibid., 5:1322-26. 
Determination of amino acid needs of the 
young pig by nitrogen balance and plasma- 
free amino acids. Ibid., 5:1327-31. 
With D. H. Baker, D. E. Becker, 
B. G. Harmon 
Effect of dietary dilution on performance of 

finishing swine. Ibid., 5:1332-35. 
Influence of microbiota on metabolic fecal 
nitrogen in rats. /. Nutr., 96, 3:391-96. 

JOHNSON, DONALD E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. T. Reid. A. Bensadoun, L. S. Bull, 

J. H. Burton, others 
Some peculiarities in the body composition of 

animals. In Body compositimi of animals 

and man. Pub. 1598, Natl. Acad. Sci., 

Wash., D. C, pp. 19-44. 



20 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With J. K. Matsicshinia, K. L. Knox 

Utilization of flaked vs. cracked corn by 
steers with observations on starch moditi- 
cation. /. Ani. Set., 27, 5:1431-37. 

KASTELIC, JOSEPH, Professor 
Articles 

An assessment of University of Illinois ef- 
forts in international programs. Program 
in Sierra Leone. In The land-grant uni- 
versity and world food needs. Proc, sym- 
posium in observance of Univ. Illinois 
centennial year, October 17-19, 1967. Univ. 
III. Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub. 13, pp. 138-47. 
With Mary G. Bolt 

Utilization by the rat of nitrogen, calcium, 
phosphorus, and magnesium in sterile con- 
centrated milk stabilized with polyphos- 
phates. /. Dairy Sci., 51. 5:693-97. 

LEVEILLE, GILBERT A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With K. Chakrabarty 

Total lipid and cholesterol levels in plasma 

and liver of rats fed diets supplemented 

with sulfaguanidine or succinylsulfathia- 

zole. /. Nutr., 95, 1:88-94. 
Absorption and utilization of glucose by meal- 
fed and nibbling rats. Ibid., 96, 1:69-75. 
Influence of periodicity of eating on the 

activity of various enzymes in adipose 

tissue, liver and muscle of the rat. Ibid., 

1:76-82. 
In vivo and in vitro studies of gluconeo- 

genesis in meal-fed and nibbling rats. 

Ibid., 3:397-402. 
Conversion of pyruvate to glyceride-glycerol 

in adipose tissue of obese and nonobese 

mice. Arch. Biochem. Biophvs., 125, 1: 

259-68. 
With E. K. O'Hea 

Lipogenesis in isolated adipose tissue of the 

domestic chick (Gallus domesticus). Coinp. 

Biochem. and Physiol., 26, 1:111-20. 
Lipid metabolism in isolated adipose tissue 

of the domestic pig (Sus domesticus). 

Ibid., 3:1081-89. 
With E. K. O'Hea, K. Chakrabarty 

In vivo lipogenesis in the domestic chicken. 

Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med., 12S, 2: 

398-40L 

LEWIS, JOHN ISL, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. A. Arehart, H. A. Catc 

Slotted floors are practical for lambs. ///. 
Res., 10, 2:10-11. 

LOHMAN, TIMOTHY G., Research Associate 

Articles 

With IV. J. Coffman, A. R. Twardock, 
B. C. Breidenstein, H. W. Norton 
Factors affecting potassium-40 measurement 
in the whole body and body components. In 
Body composition in animals and man. 
Pub. 1598, Natl. Acad. Sci., Wash., D. C., 
pp. 291-316. 

With B. C. Breidenstein. H. W. Norton 

Comparison of the potassium-40 method with 
other methods of determining lean muscle 
mass in steers. Ibid., pp. 393-412. 

With H. W. Norton 

Distribution of potassium in steers by ^"K 
measurement. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 5:1266-72. 



MISTRY, SORAB P., Professor 
Articles 

With K. Dakshinamurti, V. V. Modi 

Some aspects of carbohydrate metabolism in 
biotin-deficient rats. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. 
and Med., 127, 2:396-400. 
With M. S. Patel 

Effect of biotin deficiency on food intake 
and body and organ weights of male 
albino rats. Growth, 32, 3:175-87. 
Effect of sorbitol, fructose, succinate, as- 
partate, glutamate and fat on growth and 
survival time of biotin-deficient rats. /. 
Nutr., 96, 3:409-14. 

NALBANDOV, ANDREW V., Professor 
Articles 

Comparative morphology and anatomy of the 
oviduct. In The mammalian oviduct, ed. 
by Hafez and Blandau, Univ. Chicago 
Press, pp. 47-55. 
With B. Cook 

Reproduction. In Atmual review of physi- 
ology, ed. by Victor E. Hall, Annual Re- 
views, Palo Alto, Calif., pp. 245-78. 

The effect of some pituitary hormones on 
progesterone synthesis in vitro by the 
luteinized ovary of the common opossum 
(Didelphis marsupialis virginiana). J. 
Reprod. Pert., 15, 2:267-75. 
With P. L. Keyes 

Endocrine function of the ovarian interstitial 
gland of rabbits. Endocrinology, 82, 4: 
799-804. 

A mechanism for LH-induced regression of 
CL in rabbits. /. Reprod. Pert., 17, 1: 
183-85. 
With G. Ferrando 

Relative importance of histamine and estro- 
gen on implantation in rats. Endocrinology, 
83, 5:933-37. 
With G. L. Jackson, K. R. Stevens 

Gonadotrophic activity of stalk median emi- 
nence extracts in hypophysectomized rats. 
Ibid., 2:225-33. 

Activity of crude extracts of rat hypothala- 
mus in hypophysectomized assay rats. 
Ibid.. 2:234-38. 
With C. C. Kaltenbach. J. W. Graber, 
G. D. Niswendcr 

Effect of hypophysectomy on the formation 
and maintenance of corpora lutea in the 
ewe. Ibid., 82, 4:753-59. 

Luteotrophic properties of some pituitary 
hormones in nonpregnant or pregnant hy- 
pophysectomized ewes. Ibid., 4:818-24. 
IVith B. Cook, G. D. Nisivender, 
N. S. Suttcrlin, H. W. Norton 

The influence of some steroids, including 
estrogens, on progesterone synthesis in 
vitro bv porcine corpora lutea. Steroids, 
11, 3:321-36. 

NORTON, HORACE W., Professor 
Articles 

Opportunities and pitfalls in the mathematics 

of body composition. In Body composition 

in animals and man, Pub. 1S9S, Natl. 

Acad. Sci., Wash., D. C, pp. 137-47. 
With T. G. Lohman, W. J. Coffman, 

A. R. Tzvardock, B. C. Breidenstein 
Factors affecting potassium-40 measurement 

in the whole body and body components. 

Ibid., pp. 291-316. 



URBAN A 21 



IVith B. C. Breidenstcin, T. G. Lohman 

Comparison of the potassium-40 method with 
other methods of determining lean muscle 
mass in steers. Ibid., pp. 393-412. 
With T. G. Lohman 

Distribution of potassium in steers by *'K 
measurement. /. Ani. Set., 27, 5:1266-72. 
With R. D. Baker, P. J. Dsiuk 

Effect of volume of semen, number of sperm 
and drugs on transport of sperm in arti- 
ficially inseminated gilts. Ibid., 1:88-93. 
With B. Cook, G. D. Nisueiider. 

N. S. Sntterlin, A. V. Nalbandov 
The influence of some steroids, including 
estrogens, on progesterone synthesis in 
vitro by porcine corpora lutea. Steroids, 11, 
3:321-36. 
With B. G. Harmon, D. E. Becker, 
A. H. Jensen 
Effect of NaiEDTA in diets of different iron 
levels on utilization of calcium, phosphorus 
and iron by rats. /. Ani. Set., 27, 2: 
418-23. 
With J. L. Cox, B. G. Harmon, D. E. Bceker, 

A. H. Jensen 

Influence of ambient temperature stress on 
response of pregnant rats to dietary pro- 
tein levels. Ihid., 3:650-55. 

Response of pregnant rats to sources of 
dietary nitrogen and cold exposure. Ihid., 
6:1567-71. 
With J. R. Mitchell, Jr.. D. E. Becker, 

B. G. Harmon, A. H. Jensen 

Some amino acid needs of the young pig fed 
a semisynthetic diet. Ihid., 5:1322-26. 

Determination of amino acid needs of the 
young pig by nitrogen balance and plasma- 
free amino acids. Ihid., 5:1327-31. 

RASMUSEN, BENJAMIN A., Professor 

Articles 

With K. L. Hagen, K. K. Mittal 

Further investigations on linkage between the 
loci for heme-binding globulins and K 
blood groups in pigs. Vox Sanguinis, 15. 
1:147-51. 

SCHELLING, GERALD T., Research 

Associate 
Articles 
J-nth E. E. Hatfield 

Effect of abomasally infused nitrogen sources 

on nitrogen retention of growing lambs. 

/. Ntitr., 96, 3:319-26. 

SCOTT, HAROLD M., Professor 

Articles 

With W. F. Dean 

Ability of arginine to reverse the growth 
depression induced by supplementing a 
crvstalline amino acid diet with excess 
lysine. Poultry Sci.. 47, 1:341-42. 
With M. Kelly 

Plasma lysine titers in the chick in relation 
to source of lysine and mode of administra- 
tion. /. Niitr., 94, 3:326-30. 
Autoclaving time in relation to the nutritional 
quality of dried egg white. Poultry Sei., 
47, 3:850-52. 
With D. H. Baker, M. Sugahara 

The glycine-serine interrelationship in chick 
nutrition. Ihid., 4:1376-77. 
With R. L. Huston 

Effect of varying the composition of a crystal- 
line amino acid mixture on weight gain 
and pattern of free amino acids in chick 
tissue. Fed. Proc, 27, 5:1204-09. 



SUGAHARA, MICHIHIRO, Research 

Associate 
Articles 
IFith D. H. Baker, H. M. Scott 

The glycine-serine interrelationship in chick 

nutrition. Poultry Sci., 47, 4:1376-77. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Patel, Mulchand S. (S. P. Mistry, Adviser), 
Carbohydrate metabolism in biotin-deficient 
and control rats. 

Salem, Mohamed H. (A. V. Nalbandov, Ad- 
viser), Adrenocorticotropic hormone activity 
and its releasing factor(s) in chickens. 

Schelling, Gerald T. (E. E. Hatfield, Adviser), 
Amino acid nutrition in the ruminant. 

Vatthauer, Richard J. (U. S. Garrigus, Ad- 
viser), Design and characterization of a con- 
tinuous in vitro culture system. 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

BAREIS, CHARLES J., Instructor 
Articles 

With W. M. Gardner 
Three long-nosed god masks from western 
Illinois. Amer. Antiq., 33, 4:495-98. 

BUTTERWORTH, DOUGLAS S., Instructor 
Articles 

Diferencias de Riqueza en una comunidad 
mixteca. Amer. Indigena, 28, 1:3-21. 

LATHRAP, DONALD W., Professor 
Articles 

Aboriginal occupation and changes in river 
channel on the Central Ucayali, Peru. 
Amer. Antiq., 33, 1:62-79. 

The "hunting" economies of the Tropical 
Forest Zone of South America: an attempt 
at historical perspective. In Man the 
hunter, ed. by Richard B. Lee and Irven 
DeVore, Aldine Pub. Co., Chicago, pp. 
23-29. 
Reviews 

Ancient Peruvian ceramics: the Nathan 
Cummings collection, by Alan R. Sawyer. 
Archaeology, 22, 6:224-25. 

Pattern and process in the early intermediate 
period pottery of the Central Coast of 
Peru, by Thomas C. Patterson. Ihid., 
pp. 223-24. 

LEHMAN, FREDERIC K., Professor 
Reviews 

Les paysans Arakanais du Pakistan Oriental, 

by Lucien Bernot. Amer. Anthrop., 70, 

5:992-94. 

LEWIS, OSCAR, Professor 
Books 

A study of slum culture: backgrounds for 
La Vida. Random House, N.Y., 240 pp. 
Articles 
With others 

Ghetto education. (A dialogue wth partici- 
pants Robert F. Kennedy, Kenneth B. 
Clark, Oscar Lewis, Neil V. Sullivan. 
Robert M. Hutchins, Harry S. Ashmore.) 
Center Mag. I, 7:46-60. 
Love in el barrio, New York Mag., 1, 36: 
33-46. 

PLATH, DAVID W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A case of ostracism — and its unusual after- 



22 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



math, trans, by Yoshie Sugihara. Trans- 
action, Jan. /Feb. pp. 31-36. 
Reviews 

Aspects of social change in modern Japan, 
ed. by R. P. Dore. British J. Soc, 19, 
3:350-51. 

Nichu: a Japanese school, by John Singleton. 
Amer. Anthrop., 70, 3:652-53. 

ROSEN, LAWRENCE, Assistant Professor; 

Fellow, Center for Advanced Study 
Articles 

A Moroccan Jewish community during the 
Middle Eastern crisis. Amer. Scholar, 37, 
3:435-51. 
North African Jewish studies: review article. 
Judaism, 17, 4:422-29. 

SHIMKIN, DEMITRI B. 
Articles 

The calculus of survival. Med. Opinion and 
Rev., 4, 10:47-57. 
With Edith M. Shimkin 

Comments on translation by Edith M. Shim- 
kin of radiocarbon dates from Soviet labo- 
ratories, 1 January 1962 — 1 January 1966. 
Commission for the study of the quaternary 
period. Academy of Sciences, USSR. 
Radiocarbon, 10, 2:417-67. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

National growth and its distribution. U.S. 
Govt. Printing Ofc, Wash., D.C., 89 pp. 

STEWARD, JULIAN, Research Professor; 

Member, Center for Advanced Study 
Articles 

Cultural ecology. Intnl. Encyc. Soc. Sci., 4: 
337-44. 

Causal factors and processes in the evolution 
of pre-farming societies. In Man the hunter, 
ed. by R. Lee and I. DeVore, Aldine Pub. 
Co., Chicago, pp. 321-34. 

Comments on Leo A. Despres's "Anthropo- 
logical theory, cultural pluralism, and the 
study of complex societies." Cwr. Anthrop., 
9:21-22. 

Scientific responsibility in modern life. Sci- 
ence, j[59: 147-48. 
Reviews 

The current status of anthropological research 
in the Great Basin: 1964, Desert Research 
Institute, Technical Report Series S-H, 
Social Science and Humanities Publication 
No. 1. Amer. Antiq., 55:264-67. 

ZUIDEMA, REINER T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

El Juego de los Ayllus y el Amaru. /. Soc. 
Americanist es, LVI, 1:41-51. 
With U. Quispe M. 

A visit to God; the account and interpretation 
of a religious experience in the Peruvian 
community of Choque-Huarcaya. Bijdragen, 
124, 1:22-39. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Allen, William L. (D. W. Lathrap, Adviser), 
A ceramic sequence from the Alto Pachitea, 
Peru: some implications for the development 
of tropical forest culture in South America. 

Bernard, H. Russell (E. M. Bruner, Adviser), 
Kalymnos: economic and cultural change on 
a Greek sponge fishing island. 

Crespi, Muriel K. (J. B. Casagrande, Adviser), 
The patrons and peons of Pesillo: a tradi- 
tional hacienda system in highland Ecuador. 



Nagata, Judith A. (J. H. Steward, Adviser), 
Continuity and change among the old order 
Amish of Illinois. 

Whitecotton, Joseph W. (J. H. Steward, Ad- 
viser), The valley of Oaxaca at Spanish con- 
tact: an ethnohistorical study. 

Young, Philip D. (J. B. Casagrande, Adviser), 
The Ngawbe: an analysis of the economy 
and social structure of the Western Guaymi 
of Panama. 



ARCHITECTURE 

CREESE, WALTER L., Professor 
Articles 

The Equitable revisited. Architectural Forum, 
J25:40-45. 

Architectural history and the student archi- 
tect. Societe des Architectes Diplomcs par 
le gouvernement, Paris, Bull. 167. 

God may be waiting at the airport. St. Loiiis 
Post Dispatch, Education Sec. B, March 
10, p. 5. 

TANG, STEPHEN J. Y., Professor 

Articles 

With I. E. Ambrose 

Buildings — general design considerations. 
In Structural engineering handbook, ed. by 
E. H. Gaylord, Jr. and C. N. Gaylord, 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 19:1-48. 

WINKELHAKE, CLAUDE A., Professor 
Articles 

Environmental models. JAE, 2, 1:101-10. 
Reviews 

Frank Lloyd Wright: a study in architec- 
tural content, by Norris Kelly Smith. Ibid.. 
pp. 137-38. 

The testament of stone: themes of idealism 
and indignation from the writings of Louis 
Sullivan, ed. by Maurice English. Ibid., 
2:137-38. 

Louis Sullivan: an architect in American 
thought, by Sherman Paul. Ibid. 

The new architecture and the Bauhaus, by 
Walter Gropius. Ibid., 3:151-52. 



ART 

JOHNSON, WALTER M., Professor 
Articles 

Leisure hours: fact or fallacy. Proc. Inst. 

for Child Care Workers, Jane Addams 

Graduate School of Social Work, Div. 

Univ. Ext., Urbana, pp. 41-48. 
Reviews 

Islamic art and architecture, by Ernst 

Kuhnel (trans, by Katherine Watson). 

NAEA J., 21, 5:32. 

MUNAKATA, KOYOHIKO M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The process and meaning of the establish- 
ment of paintina; of "trees and rocks" in 
China. Tctsugaku, 53:159-79. 
Reviews 

The Chinese theory of art, by Yutang Lin. 

/. Asian Studies. 27, 2:385. 
Oriental aesthetics, by Thomas Munro. 
Aesthetic Educ, 2, 1:134-35. 



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WELLER, ALLEN S., Professor 
Books 

The joys and sorrows of recent American art. 
Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, 185 pp. 
Articles 

Opera in Illinois. ///. History, 22, 2:27-29. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

100 years of campus architecture at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. Univ. 111. Press, 
Urbana, 64 pp. 



ASTRONOMY 

CAHN, JULIUS H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The space distribution of planetary nebulae. 
In Planetary nebulae, ed. by Osterbrock 
and O'Dell, I.A.U. Symp. No. 34, 1968, 
pp. 44-50. 

DICKEL, HELENE R., Research Associate 
Articles 

Values of interstellar absorption for M17. 
In Interstellar iotiized hydrogen, ed. by 
Terzian, W. A. Benjamin, N.Y., pp. 
327-28. 
Absorption in the direction of Ml 7. Astro- 
phys. J., 152, 2:651-55. 

DICKEL, JOHN R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The extent of the radio emission from M31. 

Astrophys. Letters, 1, 4:133-38. 
Radio emission from the nebula Sharpless 
261 and the surrounding galactic region. 
Astron. J., 73, 5:310-12. 
With W. IV. Warnock, W. J. Medd 

Lack of phase variation of Venus. Nature. 
220, 5173:1183-85. 

KALER, JAMES B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Electron temperatures of gaseous nebulae 
from Balmer decrements. Astrophys. Let- 
ters. 1, 6:227-30. 
Optical measurements of electron tempera- 
tures in H II regions. In Interstellar 
ionised hydrogen, ed. by Terzian, W. A. 
Benjamin^ N.Y., pp. 459-75. 
IVith L. H. Alter, S. J. Csysak 

Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae, 
VIII. The irregular planetary nebula 
NGC 2440. Astrophys. J., 151, 1:187-96. 
Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae, 

X. The small high excitation planetary 
IC 216S. Ibid., 153, 1:43-48. 

Spectrophotometric studies of gaseous nebulae, 

XI. The planetary NGC 6543. Ibid.. 154, 
2:543-55. 

McVITTIE, GEORGE C, Professor and 

Head of Department 
Reviews 

The story of Jodrell Bank, by Sir Bernard 

Lovell. Science, 162:886. 

OLSON, EDWARD C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Rotational velocities in early-type binaries. 

Pub.A.S.P., 80, 473:185-91. 
Spectral classification and surface gravities 
for some bright eclipsing binaries. Astro- 
phys. J., 153, 1:187-94. 



I 



SWENSON, G. W., JR., Research Professor of 
Astronomy; Professor of Electrical Engi- 
neering 

Articles 

IVith N. C. Mathur 

The interferometer in radio astronomy. Proc. 
I.E.E.E.. 56, 12:2114-30. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With W. L. Everitt, J. M. Richardson, others 
Reports on selected topics in telecommunica- 
tions. Natl. Acad. Eng., Wash., D.C., 
145 pp. 

Reviews 

Radio telescopes, ed. by D. V. Skobeltsyn. 
Physics Today, 21, 3:90-91. 

WENDKER, HEINRICH, Research Associate 
Articles 

The Cygnus X Region III. Observations of 
the NGC 7000 area at decimeter wave- 
lengths. Zeitschrift fiir Astrophysik, 68: 
368-79. 
Galactic radio emission at 610.5 MHz. II. 
The region between galactic longitudes 50° 
and 64*. Astron. J., 73, 7:644-48. 
With K. S. Yang 

Galactic radio emission at 610.5 MHz. I. 
The region between galactic longitudes 47° 
and 56°. Ibid.. 2:61-64. 

WYATT, S. P., JR., Professor 
Articles 

A note on the gravitational focusing of inter- 
planetary grains. Astron. I., 73 Sitppl-: 
S40-S41. 
Reviews 

The evolution of stars, by Thornton Page 
and Lou Williams Page. Sky and Telescope, 
36:40-42. 



YANG, K.S., Research Engineer 
Articles 

With H. Wendker 
Galactic radio emission at 610.5 MHz. I. 
The region between galactic longitudes 47° 
and 56°. Astron. J., 73, 2:61-64. 

YOSS, KENNETH M., Professor 

Articles 

With T. Luts 

The effect of metal abundance on K-line 
absolute magnitudes. Pub.A.S.P., 80: 
717-38. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Erkes, Joseph W. (S. P. Wyatt, Jr., Adviser), 
The evolution of supernova remnants. 

Lee, Paul D. (G. C. McVittie, Adviser), Level 
populations of hydrogen and helium in gas- 
eous nebulae. 

Standeford, Leo V. (S. P. Wyatt, Jr., Ad- 
viser), The dynamics of charged interplan- 
etary grains. 



AVIATION 

CLARKE, ROBERT G., Instructor 
Articles 

Ground-bound flying. AOPA Pilot, 11/4, 
April, pp. 48-51. 



24 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



BIOLOGY 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Calarco, Patricia G. (D. L. Nanney, Adviser), 
Cytological and ultrastructural observations 
of t"/t" and normal preimplantation stages 
of the mouse, Mus musculus. 

Mills, Donald R. (S. Spiegelman, Adviser), 
Darwinian selection experiment with Qti 
viral RNA. 

Seligman, Isaac M. (S. Friedman, Adviser), 
Tyrosine metabolism and its hormonal con- 
trol after eclosion in the adult fleshfly Sar- 
cophaga bullata. Parker (Diptera: sarcopha- 
gidae). 



BOTANY 

BAZZAZ, FAKHRI A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Succession on abandoned fields in the Shaw- 
nee Hills, southern Illinois. Ecology, 49: 
924-36. 
With D. J. PaoUllo 

Photosynthesis and respiration of Poly- 
trichum and Funaria. The Brvologist, 71: 
335-43. 

BLACK, LINDSAY M., Professor 

Articles 

IVith R. Gamez 

Particle counts of wound tumor virus during 

its peak concentration in leafhoppers. 

Virology, J^: 444-51. 

BOYER, JOHN S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Relationship of water potential to growth of 
leaves. Plant Physiol, 43, 7:1056-62. 

CAROTHERS, ZANE B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With G. L. Kreitner 

Studies of spermatogenesis in the Hepaticae. 
II. Blepharoplast structure in the sper- 
matid of Marchantia. J. Cell Biology, 36, 
3:603-16. 

CHIU, REN-JONG, Research Associate 

Articles 

With R. Games 

The minimum concentration of a plant virus 
needed for infection of monolayers of 
vector cells. Virology, i-^: 356-57. 

DAS, MRINMOYEE, Research Associate 

Articles 

With E. Rahinowitch, L. Szalay 

Red drop in the quantum yield of fluores- 
cence of sonicated algae. Biophys. J., 8, 
10:1131-37. 

GOVINDJEE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. Szalay, M. Torok 

Effect of secondary fluorescence on the emis- 
sion spectrum and quantvim yield of fluo- 
rescence in chlorophyll a solutions and algal 
suspensions. Acta Biochim. et Biophys. 
Acad. Sci. Hung., 2, 4:425-32. 

With E. Rabinowitch 

Maximum quantum yield and action spectra 
of photosynthesis and fluorescence in 
Chlorella. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 162, 
4:539-44. 



With G. Papageorgiou 

Light induced changes in the fluorescence 
yield of chlorophyll a in vivo. I. Anacxstis 
nidulans. Biophys. J., 8, 11:1299-1315. 

Light induced changes in the fluorescence 
yield of chlorophyll o in vivo. II. Chlorella 
pyrenoidosa. Ibid., 8, 11:1316-28. 

HANSON, JOHN B., Professor 
Articles 

With R. J. Miller, S. W. Dumford 

Uncoupling of respiration-linked contraction 
in corn mitochondria. Plant Physiol., 43: 
811-14. 
With J. Cardenas, F. W. SHfe, H. Butler 
Physiological changes accompanying the death 
of cocklebur plants treated with 2,4-D. 
Weed Sci., 16:96-100. 
With R. Ba.vter 

The effect of 2,4-D upon the metabolism and 
composition of soybean hypocotyl mito- 
chondria. Planta, 82:246-60. 
With T. J. O'Brien, B. C. Jarvis, J. H. Cherry 
Enhancement by 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic 
acid of chromatin RNA polymerase in soy- 
bean hypocotyl tissue. Biochim. Biophys. 
Acta, J (59: 34-43. 
With R. H. Wilson, H. H. Mollenhauer 

Ribosome particles in corn mitochondria. 
Plant Physiol., «: 1874-77. 
Reviews 
With F. W. SHfe 

Role of RNA metabolism in the action of 
auxin-herbicides. Res. Rev., p. 25. 

HEVESI, JANOS, Research Associate 

Articles 

With G. S. Singhal. E. I. Rabinowitch 

Excitation energy migration between chloro- 
phyll and /3-carotene. /. Phvs. Chem., 49: 
5208. 

HOFFMAN, LARRY R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Observations on the fine structure of Oedo- 

gonium. IV. The mature pyrenoid of Oe. 

cardiacuin. Trans. Amcr. Microsc. Soc, 

52:178-85. 
Observations on the fine structure of Oedo- 

gotiium. V. Evidence for the de novo 

formation of pyrenoids in zoospores of Oe. 

cardiacum. J. Phycol., ■^: 212-18. 

JVith W. D. Beaney 

Two new species of Oedocladium. Ibid., pp. 
221-29. 

JONES, G. NEVILLE, Professor 
Books 

Taxonomy of American species of Linden 
(Tilia). Illinois Biological Monographs 39, 
Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, 156 pp. 

MacLEOD, RODERICK, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An interpretation of the observed poly- 
morphism of potato yellow dwarf virus. 
Virology, 34:771-77. 
The preparation of plant viruses for use as 
antigens. In Methods in immunology and 
immunochemistry, 1, ed. by Williams and 
Chase, Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 102-15. 



URBANA 25 



PAOLILLO. DOMINICK J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With J. A. Reighard 

The plastids of virescent corn mutants. 
Trans. Amer. Microsc. Soc, 87, 1:54-59. 
With G. L. Kreitner. J. A. Reighard 

Spermatogenesis in Polytrichum juniperinum. 

I. The origin of the apical body and the 
elongation of the nucleus. Planta, 78: 
226-47. 

Spermatogenesis in Polytrichum juniperinum. 

II. The mature sperm. Ibid., 248-61. 
With F. A. Bazzaz 

Photosynthesis and respiration of Polytrichum 
and Futiaria. The Bryohgist, 71:335-43. 

PAPAGEORGIOU, GEORGE, Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With Govindjee 

Light induced changes in the fluorescence 
yield of chlorophyll a in vivo. I. Anacystis 
niJuIans. Biophys. J., 8, 11:1299-1315. 

Light induced changes in the fluorescence 
yield of chlorophyll a in vivo. II. Chlorella 
pyrenoidosa. Ibid., 8, 11:1316-28. 

PAYNE, WILLARD W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The use of cellulose acetate film for the 
production of epidermal casts. Ward's 
Bidl, 7:6-7. 
With H. E. Miller, T. J. Mabry, B. L. Turner 
Infraspecific variation of sesquiterpene lac- 
tones in Ambrosia psilostachya (Compos- 
itae). Amer. J. Bot., 55:316-24. 
With I. L. Seago 

The open conduplicate carpel of Akebia 
qiiinata (Berberidales: Lardizabalaceae). 
Ibid., pp. 575-81. 
With P. H. Raven, D. W. Kyhos, 
D. E. Breedlove 
Polyploidy in Ambrosia dumosa (Compositae: 
Ambrosieae). Brittonia, 20:205-11. 

PHILLIPS, TOM L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With H. N. Andreu'S 

Rhacophyton from the Upper Devonian of 
West Virginia. /. Linn. Soc. (Bot.), 61, 
384:37-64. 
With B. M. Stidd 

Basal stem anatomy of Psaronius. Amer. J. 
Bot., 55, 7:834-40. 
With H. N. Andrews 

Biscalitheca (Coenopteridales) from the upper 
Pennsylvanian of Illinois. Palaeontology, 
Ji:104-lS. 

RABINOWITCH, EUGENE I., Professor 

Emeritus 
Articles 
With M. Das, L. Szalay 

Red drop in the quantum yield of fluores- 
cence of sonicated algae. Biophys. J., 8, 
10:1131-37. 
WUh G. S. Singhal, W. P. Williams 

Fluorescence and absorption studies on chloro- 
phyll a in vitro at 77''K. 7. Phys. Chem., 
72:3941-51. 
With G. S. Singhall, J. Hevesi 

Excitation energy migration between chloro- 
phyll and /3-carotene. Ibid., -#9:5208. 



REICHMANN, MANFRED E., Professor 

Articles 

With E. Wimmer 

A new method for the determination of 3'- 
nucleotide sequences of RNA and its ap- 
plication in sequence studies of Satellite 
Tobacco Necrosis Virus-RNA. Fed. Proc, 
27:806. 
Pyrophosphate in the 5' terminal position of 
a viral ribonucleic acid. Science, 160: 
1452-54. 

With J. M. Clark, Jr. 

Current status of in vitro synthesis of plant 
viruses. Ann. Rev. Phytopath., (5:295-316. 

With E. Wimmer, A. Y. Chang, 
J. M. Clark, Jr. 
Sequence studies of Satellite Tobacco Necrosis 
Virus RNA. Isolation and characterization 
of a 5'-terminal trinucleotide. /. Mol. Biol., 
38:59-73. 

SINGHAL, GAURI S., Research Associate 

Articles 

IVith E. Rabinoiifitch, W. P. Williams 

Fluorescence and absorption studies on chloro- 
phyll a in vitro at 77°K. J. Phvs. Chem., 
72:3941-51. 
With J. Hevesi, E. I. Rabinou-itch 

Excitation energy migration between chloro- 
phyll and i8-carotene. Ibid., 49:5208. 

STEFFENSEN, DALE M., Professor 
Articles 

Mutagenic studies with calcium-45 and 
strontium-89 in maize and Lilium. Muta- 
tion Res., 5:237-42. 
A reconstruction of cell development in the 
shoot apex of maize. Amer. J. Bot., 55: 
354-69. 
With R. H. Gray, R. Herzog 

Gel electrophoresis of labeled nuclear proteins 
from bovine leukocytes. Biochim. Biophys. 
Acta, J57:344-51. 
With R. H. Gray 

A high-resolution method for slicing and 
counting radioactivity in polyacrylamide 
gels. Anal. Biochem., 24:44-53. 
With R. Herzog 

The pattern of protein synthesis in late S 
and G2 of bovine sex chromosomes. Cyto- 
genetics, 7:471-83. 

SZALAY, LASZLO, Research Associate 

Articles 

With M. Das, E. I. Rabinoivitch 

Red drop in the quantum yield of fluores- 
cence of sonicated algae. Biophys. J., 8, 
10:1131-37. 

TUVESON, ROBERT W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. B. Lanier. J. E. Lennox 

A radiation-sensitive mutant of Aspergillus 
nidulans. Mutation Res., 5:23-31. 
With L. Chang, J. E. Lennox 

Induced mutation in UV-sensitive mutants 
of Aspergillus nidulans and Neurospora 
crassa. Ibid., pp. 217-24. 
With J. E. Lennox 

A UV-sensitive mutant of Aspergillus rugu- 
losus unrelated to intergenic crossing over. 
Can. J. Genet. Cytol.. 10:50-53. 
With L. Chang, M. H. Munroe 

Non-nuclear inheritance of UV sensitivity 
in Neurospora crassa. Ibid., pp. 920-27. 



26 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



WIMMER, ECKARD, Research Associate 
Articles 

JVith I. H. Maxwell, G. M. Tener 

A simple method for isolating highly purified 
yeast phenylalanine transfer ribonucleic 
acid. Biochemistry, 7:2623. 

The isolation of yeast tyrosine and trypto- 
phan transfer ribonucleic acids. Ibid., 
p. 2629. 
With M. E. Reichmann 

A new method for the determination of 3'- 
nucleotide sequences of RNA and its ap- 
plication in sequence studies of Satellite 
Tobacco Necrosis Virus-RNA. Fed. Proc, 
27:806. 

Pyrophosphate in the S' terminal position of 
a viral ribonucleic acid. Science, 160: 
14S2-S4. 
With M, E. Reichmann, A. Y. Chang, 
J. M. Clark, Jr. 

Sequence studies of Satellite Tobacco Necrosis 
Virus RNA. Isolation and characterization 
of 5'-terminal trinucleotide. /. Mol. Biol., 
38:59-73. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Arteman, Robert L. (D. P. Rogers, Adviser), 
The morphology and cytology of Elaphomyces 
asperulus Vitt. 

Berkson, Burton M. (D. P. Rogers, Adviser), 
Cytomorphological studies of three species 
of Uredinales. 

Courtin, Gerard M. (L. C. Bliss, Adviser), 
Evapotranspiration and energy budgets of 
two alpine microenvironments, Mt. Wash- 
ington, N.H. 

Falk, Richard H. (D. J. Paolillo, Jr., Adviser), 
The fraction I protein of Chinese cabbage. 

Frankenberg, Julian M. (W. W. Hay, Ad- 
viser), Structure and development of the 
underground parts of arborescent Lycopsida 
from the Pennsylvanian of North America. 

Jagels, Richard H. (D. J. Paolillo, Jr., Ad- 
viser), The morphology and physiology of 
mature plastids of Selaginella under differ- 
ent light and temperature regimes. 

Kuramoto, Richard T. (L. C. Bliss, Adviser), 
Ecology of subalpine meadows in the Olympic 
Mountains, Washington. 

Morgan, Michael D. (L. C. Bliss, Adviser), 
Life history and energy relationships of 
Hydrophyllum appendiculatum. 

Redmann, Robert E. (L. C. Bliss, Adviser), 
Productivity arid distribution of grassland 
plant communities in western North Dakota. 

Stidd, Benton M. (J. F. Nance, T. L. Phillips, 
Advisers), Morphology and anatomy of the 
frond of Psaronius. 

BUSINESS 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Abo- Baker, Abd- Allah A. (R. Ferber, Adviser), 
Determinants of consumer demand for trans- 
portation: a study in statistical methodology. 

Carley, Cameron. (P. M. Van Arsdell, Ad- 
viser), An analysis of profitability in the 
meat packing industry. 

Jain, Hem C. (M. Rothbaum, Adviser), In- 
dustrial relations in the pulp and paper in- 
dustry in the Atlantic region. 

Ross, Herbert L. (D. P. Flanders, Adviser), 
An analysis of the purchase patterns, shop- 
ping behavior, and household characteristics 
of the charge customers and cash customers 
of a specific department store. 



Stanford, Melvin J. (W. E. Thomas, Adviser), 
An information system model for the aca- 
demic department. 

Swanda, John R., Jr. (N. M. Bedford, Ad- 
viser), Investment in human capital — a 
production planning consideration. 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

BASSIE, V LEWIS, Professor 

See Economic and Business Research. 

BEDFORD, NORTON M., Professor 
See Accountancy. 

BLACK, ROBERT L., Associate Professor 
Books 

With R. N. Corley 

The legal environment of business (2nd ed.). 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 762 pp. 

COHEN, JOEL B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The rule of personality in consumer decisions. 
In Perspectives in consumer behavior, ed. 
by Kassarjian and Robertson, Scott, Fores- 
man, and Co., Glenview, 111., pp. 220-34. 

Toward an interpersonal theory of consumer 
behavior. Calif. Mgmt. Rev., 11:73-80. 

Self concept constraints upon dissonance re- 
duction. /. Educ. Res., 62:151-52. 

CORLEY, ROBERT N., Professor 

Books 

With R. L. Black 

The legal environment of business (2nd ed.). 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 762 pp. 

GARDNER, DAVID M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The package, legislation and the shopper. 
Bus. Horizons, 11, 5:53-58. 

GIESELMAN, ROBERT D., Instructor 
Articles 

Applying survey methods to employee com- 
munication. /. Bus. Comm., 6, 1 (Fall): 
13-24. 
A moratorium on publishing. Ibid., 5, 4 
(Summer) : 1-3. 

JONES, FRED M., Professor 

Reviews 

Readings in the history of American market- 
ing: settlement to civil war, by Stanley 
J. Shapiro and Alton F. Doody. J. Market- 
ing. 32, 3:113. 

MILLICAN, RICHARD D., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

An income-expenditure study of Illinois 

families. Bus. Perspect., 4, 4:30-33. 
Selling by mail order. U.S. Dept. Commerce, 
Small Bus. Admin., Wash., D.C., 12 pp. 

RAGO, LOUIS J., Associate Professor 
Books 

Manual for casebook in production manage- 
ment. International Textbook Co., Scran- 
ton, Pa., 246 pp. 
Articles 

The purchasing function and PERT network 
analysis. /. Purcliasing, 4, 2:69-82. 



URBANA 27 



Sequencing, modeling and Gantt charting 
repetitive manufacturing. Naval Res. Lo- 
gistics Qt.. 15, 2:301-9. 

ROWLAND, KEXDRITH M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Forecasting: current practices. Personnel 

Admin., 13, 1:28-31. 
The certainty/uncertainty issue in manpower 
forecasting. Mgmt. Personnel Qt., 6, 4: 
21-25. 
With IV. E. Scott, Jr. 

Psychological attributes of effective leader- 
ship in a formal organization. Personnel 
Psychol., 21, 3:365-77. 

SCHOENFELD, HANNS-MARTIN W., 
Professor 

See Accountancy. 
SIMON, JULIAN L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Doctors, smoking, and reference groups 
PtMic Opin. Qt., 31, Winter, pp. 646-47 
1967-1968. 

The health economics of cigarette consump- 
tion. /. Hum. Resources, 3, Winter, pp. 
111-17. 

A huge marketing research job — birth con 
trol. /. Marketing Res., 5, February, pp, 
21-27. 

The effect of economic status and traditional 
culture upon economic behavior. Amer. J. 
Agr. Econ., 50. May, pp. 448-51. 

An almost-practical solution to airline over 
booking. /. Transport Econ. and Policy 
2, May, pp. 201-2. 

Investment prospects in economics — 1967 
Economic J., 78, June, pp. 476-79. 

The role of bonuses and persuasive propa 
ganda in the reduction of birth rates 
Econ. Devel. and Cultural Change, 16 
3:404-11. 

What does the normal curve "mean" ? J 
Educ. Research, 61, July-August, pp. 
435-38. 

The effect of income on suicide. Amer. J 
Sociology. 74, November, pp. 302-3. 

Some "marketing correct" recommendations 
for family planning campaigns. Demog- 
raphy, 5, 1:504-7. 
With Rita Simon 

Class, status, and savings by Negroes. Amer. 
Sociologist, August, pp. 218-19. 
With H. C. Lyon 

The price elasticity of demand for cigarettes 
in the United States. Amer. J. Agricul- 
tural Econ., 50, November, pp. 888-95. 

SUDMAN, SEYMOUR, Associate Professor 
See Survey Research Laboratory. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Forsyth, John D. (H. P. Holzer, Adviser), 
Capital budgeting and the decision making 
process in a decentralized business organi- 
zation. 

Monroe, Kent B. (D. M. Slate, Adviser), A 
method for determining product line prices 
with end-price constraints. 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, BUREAU OF 

COCHRUN, IRWIN, Associate Professor of 
Business Management, Director of Bureau 
Articles 

Policy — the backbone of business. Inte- 



grated Mgt., Bangalore, India, Issue 12, 

April, pp. 50-56. 1967. 
The other side of the coin. /. Small Bus. 

Mgt., 6, 3:12-14. 
Using the tools of effective administration. 

Traffic Eng., 38, 6:28-31; Building Official, 

2. 9. 

SIMS, J. TAYLOR, Assistant 
Articles 

Computerized formating in market research. 
/. Computer Operation, 2, 2:23-26. 



CENTER FOR ADVANCED STUDY 

CROSS, ANTHONY G., Fellow, Center for 

Advanced Study 
Articles 

Problems of form and literary influence in 
the poetry of Karamzin. Slavic Rev., 27, 
1:39-48. 
Reviews 

N. M. Karamzin: a Russian sentimentalist, 
by Henry M. Nebel, Jr. Slavonic Rev., 
46, 106:226-28. 
Derzhavin. A political biography, by Jesse 
Clardy. Ibid., 107:498-500. 

DELIGIORGIS, STAVROS G., Fellow, Cen- 
ter for Advanced Study 
Reviews 

The ancient romances: a literary-historical 
account of their origins, by B. E. Perry. 
Comparative Lit., 20, 3:273-75. 
Collected poems: 1924-1955, by George 
Seferis, trans, by E. Keeley and P. 
Sherrard. Philological Qt, 47, 2:283-84. 

LEIBOWITZ, HERBERT A., Fellow, Center 

for Advanced Study 
Books 

Hart Crane: an introduction to the poetry. 
Columbia Univ. Press, N.Y., 308 pp. 
Articles 

Questions of reality: a poetry chronicle. 
Hudson Rev., 21, 3:553-63. 

RUSCH, CHARLES W., Fellow, Center for 

Advanced Study 
Articles 
With M. A. Milne 

The death of the Beaux Arts: The Cal- 

Oregon experiment in design education. 

A.I.A. I., 47, 3:78-83. 



CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ALLEN, ALFRED W., Professor of Ceramic 

Engineering and of Nuclear Engineering 
Articles 

Optical microscopy in ceramic engineering. 

In Ceramic microstructures, their analysis 

and significance, ed. by Fulrath and Pask, 

John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., pp. 121-59. 
What is the ceramic educational council? 

B. Am. Ceram. Soc, 47, 7:671-72. 
What does the ceramic educational council 

do that is worthwhile? Ibid.. 9:860-61. 
How does the ceramic educational council 

function; what is the role of students in its 

deliberations? Ibid., 10:898-99. 
Industry-education relationships in ceramic 

engineering — a call for survival. Ibid., 

12:1178-79. 



28 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With R. Forlano, R. Beals 

Elasticity and anelasticity of uranium oxides 
at room temperature. Ibid., 51, 4:192-95. 

BERGERON, CLIFTON G., Professor 
Articles 

The electrical properties of vitreous coat- 
ings (A. I. Andrews Memorial Lecture). 
Proc. Pore. En. Inst., 30, pp. 1-15. 
With J. A. Laird 

Interface temperature of a crystallizing melt. 
J. Ant. Ceram. Soc, 51, 1:60-61. 
With J. M. Richer, R. J. Eagan 

Enthalpy of fusion of PbO • 2B2O3. Ihid., 
7:410. 
Reviews 

Coatings of high-temperature materials, by 
H. Hausner. Ihid., p. 225. 

NELSON, JAMES A., Professor 
Reviews 

Properties of ceramic raw materials, by W. 
Ryan. Ceramic Abstracts, 51, 11:358. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Bolton, Russell L. (R. B. Cook, Adviser), 
Temperature compensating ceramic capacitors 
in the system baria-rare earth oxide-titania. 

Martin, Lawrence L. (A. L. Friedberg, Ad- 
viser), Electrophoretic behavior of alumina 
suspensions. 

Shalek, Peter D. (A. W. Allen, Adviser), 
Phase relations in the system uranium-sulfur- 
oxygen. 

Smid, Robert J. (T. A. Willmore, A. L. Fried- 
berg, Advisers), Variations in refractory 
properties related to the fundamental struc- 
ture of magnesium aluminate spinel. 

Sturgis, David H. (J. A. Nelson, A. L. Fried- 
berg, Advisers), Effects of adsorbed gases on 
the compaction and initial sintering of an 
active alumina powder. 

Weirauch, Donald F. (V. J. Tennery, Adviser), 
A study of phase transitions in the lead 
zirconate — - lead titanate system. 



CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ANDERSON, JAY M., Visiting Lecturer 

Articles 

With J. B. Kim 

NMR Species of 1, S-dimethy!naphthalene and 

its bromo derivatives. Spectrochim. Acta, 

24A:192-9S. 

APPLEQUIST, DOUGLAS E., Professor 
Articles 

With M. A. Lintner, R. Searle 

Photocyclizations of compounds containing 
two anthracene rings. /. Org. Chem., 33: 
254-59. 
With W. A. Bernett 
4-Spiro[2.n]alkyl cations. Tetrahedron Let- 
ters, 3005-7. 
With E. G. Alley 

Synthesis and photoisomerization of the 
stereoisomeric 1,4-dichlorospiropentanes. /. 
Org. Chem., 33:2741-43. 

BAILAR, JOHN C, JR., Professor 

Articles 

With B. Das Sarma, G. J. Tennenhouse 

Complexes of N-hydroxyethylethylenediamine. 
/. Am. Chem. Soc, 90:1362. 



With H. E. LaMay, Jr. 

The solid phase racemization of levo-cis- 
[CremCl2]Cl • H2O. Ibid., p. 1729. 
With H. Itatani, H. Tayim 

Homogeneous catalysis in the reactions of 
olefinic substances. /. Japan. Chem., 22, 
4:41-45. 
With R. W. Adams, G. E. Batley 

Homogeneous catalytic hydrogenation and 
isomerization of olefins with dichlorobis 
(triphenylphosphine) platinum (II) -tin chlo- 
ride catalyst. Inorg. Nucl. Chem. Letters, 
4:455-58. 

Homogeneous catalysis in the reactions of 
olefinic substances. XL Homogeneous cat- 
alytic hydrogenation of short chain olefins 
with dichlorobis(triphenylphosphine)plat- 
inum(II)-tin(Il) chloride catalyst. /. 
Am. Chem. Soc, 90, 22:6051-56. 
With G. E. Batley 

Palladium(II)-tin (Il)complexes. Inorg. Nucl. 
Chem. Letters, 4:577-80. 
Reviews 

Ligand reactivity and catalysis, by Mark M. 
Jones. Science, 162:1380. 

BEAK, PETER A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. Bonham', J. T. Lee, Jr. 

Equilibration studies. The energy difference 
for some six-membered heterocyclic methyl 
amide-imidate isomer pairs. J. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:1569-82. 

With R. J. Trancik 

Cationic aromatic substitution at the bridge- 
head of 1 -substituted apocamphanes. Ibid., 
pp. 2714-15. 

BEATTIE, JAMES K., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Sr. Helen Elsbernd 

An outer-sphere charge transfer transition 
in tris(ethylene-diamine)ruthenium(III) io- 
dide. Inorg. Chem., 7:2468. 

With S.-A. Frennesson, G. P. Haight, Jr. 

Mechanism of formation of hydrogen chro- 
matophosphate(2-). /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90: 
6018. 

BELFORD, R. LINN, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. E. Tapscott, I. C. Paul 

Crystal structure of a binuclear vanadyl(IV) 
anion. Tetrasodium divanadyl(IV) d- 
tartrate 1-tartrate dodecahydrate. Inorg. 
Chem., 7:356-64. 

With B. Bersted, I. C. Paul 

The crystal and molecular structure of or- 
thorhombic vanadyl (IV) pyridine-2,6-dicar- 
boxylate tetrahydrate. Ibid., pp. 1557-62. 

BLOOMFIELD, VICTOR A., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Hydrodynamic properties of DNA. Macro- 
nwlecular Reviews, J: 255-16. Sedimentation 
coefficient of replicating and cross-linked 
DNA. Biopolymers, 6:285-92. 
Hydrodynamic studies of the structure of 
biological macromolecules. Science, 161: 
1212-19. 
With D. P. Filson 

Shell model calculations of translational and 
rotational frictional coefficients. /. Polymer 
Sci. C, 25:73-83. 



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The configuration, of polysomers in solution. 
Biochim. Biophys. Acta, i55 :169-82. 
With P. Sharp 

Intrinsic viscosity of wormlike chains with 
excluded volume effects. /. Chein. Phys., 
48:2149-55. 

Light scattering from wormlike chains with 
excluded volume effects. Biopolymers, pp. 
1201-11. 

Variation in intrinsic viscosity ^ parameter 
with chain topology, hydrodynamic inter- 
action, and excluded volume. Macromole- 
cules, i: 380-84. 

Light scattering and hydrodynamic properties 
of polymer chains with excluded volume 
effects. /. Chem. Phys., -/9: 4564-66. 
With R. J. Doitthart 

Intrinsic viscosities of cyclic and linear X 
DNA. Biopolymers, (5:1297-1309. 

Macroscopic measurements of rotational fric- 
tional coefficients for T2 bacteriophage 
models. Biochemistry, 7:3912-17. 

BROWN, THEODORE L., Professor 
Books 

General chemistry (2nd ed.). Charles E. 
Merrill Pub. Co., Columbus, Ohio, 668 pp. 
Articles 

The mechanism of carbonyl exchange in 
Mn(Co)5X compounds. Inorg. Chem., 7: 
2673-75. 
Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of or- 
ganometallic exchange processes. Accounts 
Chem. Res., J: 23-32. 
With L. L. Murrell 

Exchange in mixtures of methylmercury 
halides and pseudo halides. J. Organometal- 
lic Chem., ii: 301-11. 
With L. M. Seits, B. Y. Kimiira 

On the absence of lithium-6-lithium-7 spin- 
spin coupling in alkyllithium compounds. 
7. Am. Chem. Soc, 90:3245-46. 
With D. J. Darenshourg 

Kinetics of thermal decomposition and sub- 
stitution reactions of molybdenum penta- 
carbonyl amine compounds. Inorg. Chem., 
7:1679-80. 
Infrared intensities of the carbonyl stretch- 
ing modes and electronic spectra of sub- 
stituted molybdenum carbonyls. Ibid., pp. 
959-66. 
With A. F. Schreiner 

A semiempirical molecular orbital model for 
Cr(C0)6, FE(C0)5 and Ni(C0)4. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 90:3366-74. 
With W. L. Wells 

Investigation of methyltin-lithium compounds. 
J. Orgawmetallic Chem., 11:271-80. 

BROQUIST, HARRY P., Professor 

See Dairy Science. 
CARTER, HERBERT E., Professor 
Articles 
With C. B. Hirschberg 

Phytosphingosines and branches sphingosines 
in kidney. Biochemistry, 7:2296. 

CLARK, JOHN M., JR., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. K. Gunther, A. Y. Chang 

Action of spleen phosphodiesterase upon solu- 
ble ribonucleic acid. Arch. Biochem. Bio- 
phys., 125:480. 

With J. Nagyvary, R. Provemale 

Polyarabinouridylic acid: Primordial messen- 
ger or inhibitor? Biochem. Biophys. Res. 
Commun., ii:S08. 



With M. E. Reichmann 
In vitro synthesis of plant viruses. Ann. 
Rev. Phytopathology, 6:295. 
With K. R. Shelton 

In vitro tritium labeling of DNA. Biochem. 
Biophys. Res. Commun., ii: 850. 
With E. Wimmer, A. Y. Change, 
M. E. Reichmann 
Sequence studies of the satellite tobacco ne- 
crosis virus RNA I. Isolation and Charac- 
terization of a 5' terminal trinucleotide. 
/. Mol. Biol., 38:S9. 

COATES, ROBERT M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Shaw 

Stereoselectivity in the synthesis of cis- and 
(ran.y-4,4a-dimethyl-2-actalone derivatives. 
Chem. Comm., pp. 47-48. 
The total synthesis of (±)-A^(i''>-aristolene 

(calarene). Ibid., pp. 515-16. 
The total synthesis of (±)-eremophilene and 
(±)-eremoligenol. Tetrahedron Letters, pp. 
5405-8. 
With J. L. Kirkpatrick 

Reactivity and degenerate rearrangement in 
the solvolysis of 9-pentocyclo[ 4.3.0.0.2.^038. 
O'.'Jnonane p-nitrobenzoate. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:4162-64. 
With E. F. Bertram 

Biogenetic-like rearrangements of isosteviol 
derivatives. A partial sjTithesis of trachylo- 
bane. Tetrahedron Letters, pp. 5145-48. 

CONRAD, H. E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Koeltzou; J. D. Epley 

The lipopolysaccharides of aerobacter aero- 

gencs strains A3 (SI) and NCTC 243. 

Biochemistry, 7:2920-28. 
With L. C. Gahan 

An enzyme system for de novo biosynthesis of 

glycogen in aerobacter aerogenes. Ibid., 

pp. 3979-90. 

CURTIN, DAVID Y., Professor 

Articles 

With R. P. Quirk 

Stereospecific arylation of olefins. Tetrahed- 
ron, 24:5791-5801. 
With G. N. Koshel 

Syntez i termicheskoe razlozhenie nekotorikh 
N-atzetiltriazenov. Zhur. Org. Khim. 
(SSSR), 4:126A-67. 
With J. H. Engelmann 

Benzoylation of the sodium salt of 6(5H)- 
phenanthridinone and an O-to-N benzoyl 
migration. Tetrahedron Letters, pp. 3911-13. 

DRAGO, RUSSELL S., Professor 

Books 

With N. A. Matwiyoff 

Acids and bases. D. C. Heath, Boston, 121 
pp. 
Articles 
With B. B. Wayland 

The absence of steric effects on the proton 
contact shifts for C0(C5H5N)2X2 Complexes. 
Inorg. Chem., 7:628. 
With D. A. Rowley 

Electronic structure of tetragonal(II) com- 
plexes. Ibid., p. 795. 
With M. Wicholas 

Factoring of the isotropic shift in para- 
magnetic cobalt(II) complexes. 7. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 90:2196. 



30 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Spin-delocalization mechanisms in some para- 
magnetic tris-2,2' -bipyridine complexes of 
nickel(II). Ibid., p. 6946. 
With R. J. Fitzgerald 

Contact shift studies, delocalization mecha- 
nisms and extended huckel calculations of 
nickel (Il)-alkylamine complexes. Ibid., 
p. 2523. 
With T. D. Epley 

Solvent effects on the values measured for 
enthalpies of adduct formation. Ibid., p. 
3886. 
With K. F. Pure ell 

Ambiguity in the force field for PXs mole- 
cules. /. Chem. Phys., 48:i%Z7. 
With D. W. Hcrlocker 

Tetrahedral and pseudotetrahedral complexes 
of cobalt (II) with trimethylamine-N-oxide. 
Inorg. Chem., 7:1479. 
With D. P. By man, L. J. Sacks 

Gas-phase enthalpies of adduct formation: 
dimethylamine-Chloroform and ethyl acetate- 
boron trifiuoride. Ibid., p. 1484. 
With R. E. Cramer 

Extended huckel calculations of hydrogen and 
nitrogen electron paramagnetic resonance 
coupling constants for radicals containing 
carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen 
atoms. /. Am. Chem. Soc., 90:4790. 
With H. F. Henneike 

The electronic structure and donor properties 
of cyanamides. Ibid., p. 5112. 
With J. C. Fanning 

The influence of solvent on ion association. 
Proton nuclear magnetic resonance of 
trioctylmethylammonium hexacyanoferrate- 
(III). Ibid., p. 3987. 
With H. F. Henneike, Jr. 

A comparison of the donor properties of 
dimethylcyanamide and acetonitrile. Inorg. 
Chem. 7:1908. 
With S. S. Zumdahl 

Nuclear magnetic resonance study of the 
exchange of hexamethyl phosphoramide 
■with dihalobis(hexamethyl-phosphoramide)- 
Cobalt(II). Ibid., p.2162. 
A molecular orbital study of the trans in- 
fluence and kinetic trans effect in square- 
planar platinum(II) complexes. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, p. 6669. 
With D. G. Brown, T. F. Bolles 

The linear AH— Auc=o Relation for ethyl 
acetate adducts and its significance for 
donor-acceptor interactions. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:5706. 
With I. M. Walker 

Ion pairing and magnetic anisotropy in some 
tetrahedral complexes of iron(II), cobalt- 
(II) and nickel(II). Ibid., p. 6951. 

DRICKAMER, HARRY G., Professor 
Articles 

Pressure-volume measurements at very high 
pressure. Comments on Solid State Physics, 
1:11-15. 
With S. C. Fung, G. K. Lewis, Jr. 

The effect of pressure on the oxidation state 
of iron Il-oxygen ligands. Proc Natl. 
Acad. Sci.. 61:812-19. 
With W. Holzapfel 

The effect of pressure on the volume of the 
high pressure (VII) phase of H2O and 
D2O. /. Chem. Phys., •^S: 4798-4800. 
With G. K. Lewis, Jr. 

High pressure Mossbauer studies of Fe^' in 



silicate and phosphate glasses. /. Chem. 

Phys., -^P: 3785-89. 
The effect of pressure on the Mossbauer 

spectrum of Fe2(C0)9 and Fe3(C0)i2. Ibid., 

pp. 3782-85. 
High pressure Mossbauer resonance studies of 

the conversion of Fe(III) to Fe(II) in 

FeCl3, FeBrs and KFeCU. Proc. Natl. 

Acad. Sci., 61:414-22. 
With J. A. Moyzis, Jr. 

The effect of pressure on the Isomer shift of 

Fe5' in the BCC phase. Phys. Rev., 171: 

389-93. 
With J. A. Moyzis, Jr., G. dePasquali 

The effect of pressure on f number and Iso- 
mer shift for Fe" in Cu, V, and Ti. Ibid., 

172:665-70. 
With R. W. Vaughan, G. K. Lewis, Jr. 

The effect of pressure on the oxidation state 

of iron. Comments on Solid State Physics, 

J:163-68. 

DUS, KARL M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With K. Sletten 

Cytochrome C2 from Rhodospirillum rubrum. 
In Structure and function of cytochromes, 
ed. by K. Okunuki, M. D. Kamen and I. 
Sekuzu. Univ. Tokyo Press and Univ. 
Park Press of Baltimore, pp. 293-303. 

With K. Sletten, H. de Klerk, M. D. Kamen 
Cytochrome C2 of Rhodospirillum rubrum. I 
Molecular properties of the protein and 
amino acid sequences of its peptides de- 
rived by the action of trypsin and ther- 
molysin. /. Biol. Chem., 243:5492-5506. 

With K. Sletten, M. D. Kamen 

Cytochrome c: of Rhodospirillum rubrum. II 
Complete amino acid sequence and phylo- 
genetic relationships. Ibid., pp. 5507-18. 

ECKERT, CHARLES A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The order-disorder effect on solutions. Chem. 
Eng. Progr. Symp. Ser., 64, 88:1. 
With T. R. Mills 

Solvent effects on gas-phase reaction rates. 
Ind. Eng. Chem. Fundamentals, 7:327. 
With J. M. Prausnitz 

Students use the computer to solve a problem 
in multicomponent vapor-liquid equilibria. 
/. Eng. Ednc, 58:1110. 
With H. Rcnon, J. M. Prausnitz 

Reply to comments on the molecular thermo- 
dynamics of simple liquids. Ind. Eng. 
Chem. Fundamentals, 7:332. 
Molecular thermodynamics of simple liquids: 
Vapor pressures. Ibid., p. 335. 

FLYGARE, WILLIS H., Professor 
Articles 

Molecular relaxation. Accounts Chem. Res., 

i: 121-28. 
The molecular g-values and paramagnetic 
susceptability in pi-bonding systems; vi- 
nylidene fluoride. /. Chem. Phys., 48: 
1196-1206. 
With M. K. La 

The molecular g-values and magnetic sus- 
ceptibility in methylene fluoride. /. Mol. 
Spectry., 25:365-74. 
With W. Huttner, M. K. Lo 

The molecular g-value tensor, the molecular 
susceptibility tensor, sign of the electric 
dipole moment, and the molecular quad- 



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rupole moments in formaldehyde. 7. Chem. 
Phys., 48:1206-20. 
With M. K. Lo. P. D. Foster 

The molecular g-values and paramagnetic 
susceptibility of ketene. Ibid., pp. 948-50. 
With R. G. Stone, S. L. Srivastava 

Barrier studies in the halopropenes. III. 
Microwave spectra, molecular structure, 
quadrupole coupling constants, orientation 
of the field gradient tensor, and barrier to 
internal rotation in <:ij-l-chloro-2-fluoro- 
propene. Ibid., pp. 1890-98. 
With J. M. Pochan, J. E. Baldwin 

Microwave spectrum, structure, and dipole 
moment in cyclopropanone. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:1072-74. 
With R. G. Stone 

The principal field gradient tensor in 1,1-di- 
fluoro-2-chloro-ethylene and bonding in the 
substituted ethylenes. J. Chem. Phxs., 
49:1943-47. 
With W. Huttner 

The rotational Zeeman effect in methyl iodide. 
Ihid., pp. 1912-16. 
With J. Goodisman 

On the calculation of diamagnetic shielding 
in molecules. Ibid., pp. 3122-26. 
With R. L. Shoemaker 

^S nuclear quadrupole coupling and the sul- 
fur localized electron distribution in ethvl- 
ene sulfide. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 9(?: 6263-67. 
With M. K. Kemp 

The nitrogen principal field gradient tensor, 
bonding, and barrier to proton tunneling 
in ethylenimine. Ibid., pp. 6267-75. 

FORD, WARREN T., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

IVith D. J. Cram, L. Gosser 

Survey of substituent effects on stereochemical 
fate of fluorenvl carbanions. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 9(y:2598-6"06. 
With D. J. Cram 

Kinetics of isoracemization of a fluorenyl 

carbon acid. Ibid., pp. 2606-11. 
Charge distribution effects on kinetic com- 
ponents of racemization and isotopic ex- 
change of isomeric fluorenyl carbon acids. 
Ibid., pp. 2612-22. 

GOODISMAN, JERRY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Erratum upper bounds from perturbation 

theory. 7. Chem. Phys., 48:1431-32. 
Bare-nucleus perturbation theory: excited 
states of hydrogen molecule. Ibid., pp. 
2981-89. 
With D. Davis 

Scaling and relaxation of SCF wavefunctions 
for isoelectronic systems. 7. Chem. Ph\s., 
49:939-44. 
With W. H. Flygare 

On the calculation of diamagnetic shielding 
in molecules. Ibid., pp. 3122-26. 
With L. 7. Bartolotfi 

Bare-nucleus perturbation treatment of HeH'*'. 
Ibid., pp. 4237-38. 

GUNSALUS, IRWIN C., Professor 
Articles 

A soluble methylene^ hydroxylase system: 
structure and role of cytochrome P-450 and 
iron-sulfur protein components. Z. Physiol. 
Chem., 349, 11:1610-13. 
With 7. C. M. Tsibris, Mary Jane Namtvedt 
Selenium as an acid labile sulfur replacement 
in putidaredoxin. BBRC, 30:323-27. 



With 7. C. M. Tsibris, R. Tsai, 

W. H. Orme-Johnson, R. E. Hanson, 

H. Beinert 
The number of iron atoms in a paramagnetic 

center (g = 1.94) of reduced putidaredoxin, 

a nonheme iron protein. Proc. Natl. Acad. 

Sci., 59:959-65. 
With R. Cooke, J. C. -V. Tsibris, P. deBrunner, 

R. Tsai, H. Frauenfelder 
Mossbauer studies on putidaredoxin. Ibid., 

pp. 1045-52. 
With A. M. Chakrabarty, C. F. Gunsalus 

Transduction and the clustering of genes in 

fluorescent pseudomonads. Ibid., (50:168-75. 
With M. Katagiri, B. N. Ganguli 

A soluble cytochrome P-4S0 functional in 

methvlene hydroxylation. 7. Biol. Chem., 

243:3343-46. 
With W. H. Orme-Johnson, R. E. Hanson, 

H. Beinert, J. C. M. Tsibris, 

R. C. Bartholomans 
On the sulfur components of iron-sulfur 

proteins, I. The number of acid-labile 

sulfur groups sharing an unpaired electron 

with iron. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 60:368-72. 

GUTOWSKY, HERBERT S., Professor 
Articles 

JVith N. Boden, J. Capart, W. Derbyshire, 
J. R. Hansen 
Frequency sw-eep, field- frequency stabilized, 
double resonance spectrometer. Rev. Sci. 
Instr., 59:805-16. 
With E. S. Gore 

Chemical exchange and transient effects in 
an AB-type NMR spectrum. 7. Chem. 
Phys., 48:3260-67. 
With T. D. Alger 

Solvent and temperature dependence of NMR 
spectral parameters in 2-fluoropyridine solu- 
tions. Ibid., pp. 4625-32. 
With J. Jonas 

Nuclear magnetic resonance. Ann. Rev. 
Phys. Chem., 19:447-76. 
With D. L. VanderHart 

Rigid-lattice NMR moments and line shapes 
with chemical-shift anisotropv. 7. Chem. 
Phys., 49:261-71. 

HAGER, LOWELL P., Professor 

Articles 

With R. J. Light 

Molecular parameters of 6-methylsalicylic 
acid synthetase from gel filtration and 
sucrose density gradient centrifugation. 
Arch. Biochem.' Biophys., 125:326-33. 
With C. C. Cunningham 

Restoration of electron transport activity in 
lipid depleted Escherichia coli cell envelope 
fractions. Bad. Proc. p. 133. 
IVith J. A. Thomas 

The peroxidation of molecular iodine to 
iodate by chloroperoxidase. BBRC, 32: 
770-75. 
With E. Itagaki 

The amino acid sequence of cytochrome b5«2 
of Escherichia coli. Ibid., pp. 1013-19. 

HAIGHT, GILBERT P., JR., Professor 

Books 

With D. Cowan, G. Hammond, H. B. Gray 

Introductory chemistry. Part I (preliminary 
ed.). W. A. Benjamin, Inc., N.Y., 398 pp. 
Articles 

Energy cycles. 7. Chem. Edtic, 45:420-22. 



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With L. Johansson 

Bismuth iodide complexes in aqueous solu- 
tion of high iodide concentration. Inorg. 
Chem., 7:1255-57. 
Complexes of tin (II) with iodide. Acta 
Chem. Scand., 22:961-71. 
With M. Rose, J. Freer 

Reactions of chromium (VI) with P (III). 
Oxidation of H3PO3 and H3PO2. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 90:4809-14. 
With M. Rose, C. Heller, F. Smentowski 

Reactions of chromium (VI) with P (III). 
Ethyl substituted P(III) compounds. Ibid., 
pp. 6325-28. 
With S. A. Frennesson, J. K. Beattie 

Mechanism of formation of hydrogen chro- 
matophosphate(2-), /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90: 
6018-22. 



HANRATTY, THOMAS J., Professor 

Articles 

With L. S. Cohen 

Effect of waves at a gas-liquid interface on a 
turbulent air flow. /. Fluid Mech., 31:467. 
With H. G. Dimopoulos 

Velocity gradients at the wall for flow around 
a cylinder. Ibid., iJ:303. 

With A. I. Karabelas 

Determination of the direction of surface 
velocity gradients in three-dimensional 
boundary layers. Ibid., 34:IS9. 

HUDSON, JOHN L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Convection near a cooled disk rotating with 
its environment. Intern. J. Heat Mass 
Transfer, 11:407. 
Non-isothermal flow between rotating disks. 
Chem. Eng. Sci., 2i:1007. 

With G. M. Homsy 

Transient flow near a rotating disk. Appl. 
Sci. Res., 18:384. 
With J. Heicklen 

Theory of carbon formation in vapor-phase 
pyrolysis. I. Constant concentration of 
active species. Carbon, (5:405. 
With P. F. Tomlan 

Transient response of countercurrent heat 
exchangers with short contact time. Intern. 
J. Heat PI ass Transfer, 11:1253. 

HUMMEL, JOHN P., Professor 
Articles 

With R. A. Meyer, W. B. Walters 

Cross sections for the "0(7,2n), "F(7.2pn), 
"Al ('y,2pn), "V(7,«3n) reactions to 300 
mev. Nuclear Physics, A122, i: 606-24. 

JONAS, JIRI, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Molecular motion in substituted acetylenes 
in the liquid state. /. Chem. Phys., 49: 
4232-33. 
WUh Z. M. Holubec 

Magnetic resonance study of conformational 
inversion in some substituted 10, 10-di- 
methyl-9, 10-dihydroanthracenes. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 90:5986-91. 
With H. S. Gutowsky 
Nuclear magnetic resonance. Ann. Rev. Phys. 
Chem., 19:447-76. 



JUVET, RICHARD S., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With S. Dal Nogare 

Gas chromatography. Anal. Chem., 40, 5: 
33-50R. 

KUKOLICH, STEPHEN G., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Measurements of the 3-2 inversion frequency 
and frequency stability of a two-cavity am- 
monia maser. Proc IEEE, 56, 1:124-25. 

Time dependence of quantum state ampli- 
tudes demonstrated by free precession of 
spins. Am. J. Phys., 36, 5:420-25. 

Hyperfine structure of N'^Hs. Phys. Rev., 
172. 1:59-63. 

Demonstration of the Ramsauer-Townsend 
effect in a xenon thyratron. Am. J. Phvs., 
49, 8:701-03. 

Measurement of hyperfine structure in NH2D. 
/. Chem. Phys., 49, 12:5523-25. 

LAITINEN, HERBERT A., Professor 
Articles 

Polarography in molten salts. lUPAC, 15: 
227-37. 
With C. A. Vincent, T. M. Bednarski 

Behavior of tin oxide semiconducting elec- 
trodes under conditions of linear potential 
scan. /. Electrochem. Soc, 115:1024-28. 

LEONARD, NELSON J., Professor 
Articles 

With D. A. Durand 

Small charged rings. XI. Synthesis and 
reactions of 1,1,2,2-tetrasubstituted azeti- 
dinium salts. /. Org. Chem., Jj: 1322-33. 

With M. Rasmiissen 

The synthesis of 3-/S-(3'-deoxy-D-ribofurano- 
syl)- adenine, an isomer of cordycepin. 
Ibid., pp. 2488-90. 

With J. A. Klainer 

Transannular nitrogen-carbonyl interaction. 
Generation of an a-acetoxy quaternary 
ammonium salt. Ibid., pp. 4269-70. 

With E. F. Muth, V. Nair 

The reaction of an azirine with anilinium 
perchlorate. A method of obtaining a- 
ammonium anils. Ibid., pp. 827-28. 

With F. C. Sciavolin-o, V. Nair 

Stereochemistry of the anomers of methyl 
2-deoxy-D-ribonfuranoside. Synthesis of 
methyl 5-(6-aminopurin-9-yl)-2,5-dideoxy-a- 
D-ribofuranoside, a "reversed" nucleoside. 
Ibid., pp. 3169-74. 

With D. T. Browne, J. Eisinger 

Synthetic spectroscopic models related to co- 
enzymes and base pairs. II. Evidence for 
intramolecular base-base interactions in di- 
nucleotide analogs. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 
90:7302-23. 

With S. M. Hecht, F. Skoog, R. Y. Schmitz 
Cytokinins: Synthesis of 6-(3-methyl-2-bu- 
tenylamino)-9-;8-D-ribofuranosylpurine, 3i- 
PA, and the effect of sidechain unsatura- 
tion on bioligical activity of isopentenyl- 
aminopurines and their ribosides. Proc. 
Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S., 59:15-21. 

With W. J. Burrows, D. J. Armstrong, 

F. Skoog, S. M. Hecht, J. T. A. Boyle, 
J. Occoloivits 
Cytokinin from E. coli sRNA: 6-(3-methyl- 
2-butenylamino) -2-methylthio-9-/?- D- ribofur- 
anosylpurine. Science, 161:691-93. 



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LOMBARDI, JOHN R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The stark effect in electronic spectra; the 

asymmetric rotor. J. Chem Phys., 48: 

348-53. 

MALMSTADT, HOWARD V., Professor 

Articles 

With A. V. Nowak 

A versatile ionization detector system for gas 
chromatography. /. Chcm. Educ, 45: 
519-23. 
A selective gas-chromatographic detector uti- 
lizing emitted radiation from a sensitized 
flame. Anal. Chem., 4(?: 1108-13. 
With E. Cordos, S. R. Crouch 

An automatic digital readout system for 
spectrophotometric reaction-rate measure- 
ments. Ibid., pp. 1812-18. 
With G. M. Hieftje 

A unique system for studying flame spectro- 
metric processes. Ibid., pp. 1860-67. 
With S. R. Crouch 

Determination of inorganic phosphate in the 
presence of adenosine triphosphate by the 
automatic reaction-rate method. Ibid., pp. 
1901-02. 
With Adelina C. Javier, S. R. Crouch 

Investigations of formation of 12-molybdo- 
phosphoric acid utilizing rapid reaction-rate 
measurements. Ibid., pp. 1922-25. 

MARCUS, R. A., Professor 
Articles 

Analytical mechanics and almost vibrationally- 
adiabatic chemical reactions. Discussions 
Faraday Soc. 44:7-12. 

Theoretical relations among rate constants, 
barriers, and Bronsted slopes of chemical 
reactions. /. Phys. Chew., 72:891-99. 

Recent developments in theoretical chemical 
kinetics. /. Chem. Educ, 45:356-58. 

Electron transfers at electrodes and in solu- 
tions. Comparison of theory and experi- 
ment. Electrochim. Acta, i J: 995-1004. 

Remarks on the generalization of activated 
complex theory. In Chemische Elementar- 
processe, ed. by H. Hartmenn, Springer- 
Verlag, N.Y., pp. 23-25. 

Unimolecular reaction rate theory. Ibid., 
pp. 109-16. 

Electron transfer reactions. Ibid., pp. 348-56. 

On the analytical mechanics of chemical re- 
actions. III. Natural collision coordinates. 
J. Chem. Phys., 49:2610-16. 

On the analytical mechanics of chemical 
reactions. IV. Classical mechanics of 
reactions in two dimensions. Ibid., pp. 
2617-31. 

General introduction to Faraday Society Dis- 
cussions on electrode reactions of organic 
compounds. Discusssions Faraday Soc, 45: 
1-13. 
With S. A. Levison 

Kinetics of ferrocyanide reduction of qui- 
nones. /. Phys. Chem., 72:358-60. 
With A. O. Cohen 

On the slope of free energy plots in chemical 
kinetics. Ibid., pp. 4249-56. 

On the classical mechanics of rotational- 
translational and other energy transfer. I. 
A Hamilton-Jacobi (action-angle) treatment. 
/. Chem. Phys., '^9:4509-14. 



MARTIN, JAMES C, Professor 

Articles 

With S. A. Dombchik 

Cage reactions of acetoxy radicals. In 
O.ridation of organic compounds — 1, Ad- 
vances in Chemistry Series, 75:269-81. 

With J. W. Timberlake 

Synthetic routes to cyclopropyl-substituted 
azoalkanes. Some reactions of cyclopropyl- 
carbinyl cyanates, isocyanates, benzoates, 
and /7-nitrobenzoates. /. Org. Chem., 33: 
4054-60. 

McCLURE, WILLIAM O., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With G. M. Edelman 

Fluorescent probes and the conformation of 
proteins. Accounts Chem. Res., 1:65. 

MEYER, JAMES M., Visiting Assistant 
Professor 



With A. L. Allred 

Bis (triphenylphosphine) gold (l) halides. /. 
Inorg. Nucl. Chem., i0:1328. 
II — Bonding by germanium and the ultra- 
violet spectra of some phenylgermanes. /. 
Phys. Chem., 72:3043. 

MOELLER, THERALD, Professor 
Articles 

The lanthanide elements. In The encylopedia 
of the chemical elements, ed. by C. A. 
Hampel, Reinhold Pub. Corp., N.Y., pp. 11. 
With C. W. Allen 

Aryl-substituted phosphonitrilic fluorides. II. 
The reaction of aryllithium reagents with 
trimeric phosphonitrilic fluoride. Inorg. 
Chem., 7:2177-83. 
With C. W. Allen, F. Y. Tsang 

Aryl-substituted phosphonitrilic fluorides. III. 
Geminally substituted phenylphosphonitrilic 
fluoride trimers. Ibid., pp. 2183-88. 
With E. R. Birnbaum, J. H. Forsberg, 
R. B. Gay hart 
Some aspects of the coordination chemistry 9f 
the rare earth metal ions. In Progress m 
the science and technology of the rare 
earths, ed. by L. Eyring. Pergamon Press, 
Oxford, England. i:61-128. 
With S.-K. Chu, B. S. Manha^ 

Isomerization of the 1.3,5-tribromo-l,3.5- 
triphenyl-triphosphonitriles. [NPCCeHs) 

(Br)]3. /. Itiorg. Nucl. Chem., 30:322-25. 
With S.-K. Chu, B. S. Manhas, P. Nannelli 
Trimeric phenylphosphonitrilic bromides, /n- 
org. Syn., Ji:201-S. 
With M. K. Feldt 

Arylation reactions of trichlorophosphazo-sub- 
stituted trimeric phosphonitrilic chloride. 
/. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., J(9:2351-61. 
With J. H. Forsberg 

Tris- and tetrakis-ethylenediamine chelates of 
tripositive lanthanide ions. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:1932. 
With L. J. Sauro 

Observations on the rare earths, LXXVIII. 
Tetrakis(pyramidone) chelates of selected 
tripositive ions. /. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., 30: 
953-60. 

NYSTROM, ROBERT F., Professor 

IVith Daniela Gurne 

Synthesis of "C-labelled formic acid. In 
Methods of preparing and storing labelled 



34 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



compounds, European Atomic Energy Com- 
munity, Brussels, pp. 103-5. 
With N. S. S. Rajan, Ngiiyen H. Nam, 
Daniela Gurne 
Preparation of tritium labelled cyclohexenes 
and degradation by pyrolytic radiogas 
chromatography. Ibid., pp. 407-18. 

PAUL. IAIN C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With S. M. Johnson, K. L. Rinehart, Jr., 
R. Srinivasan 

The absolute configuration of caldariomycin. 
/. Am. Chem. Sac, 90:136-40. 
With R. E. Tapscott, R. L. Belford 

Crystal structure of a binuclear vanadyl 
(IV) anion. Tetrasodium divanadyl(IV) 
d-tartrate 1-tartrate dodecahydrate. Inorg. 
Chem., 7:356-64. 
With J. S. McKechnie 

Silver ion-bullvalene complex formation re- 
sulting in an infinite helical structure 
vi^ith Ag+ — H2O coordination. Chem. 
Commun., pp. 44-45. 

The structure of the benzilic acid rearrange- 
ment product of 3a, 17/3-diacetoxy-ll-hy- 
droxy-12-oxo-S/S-androst-9(ll)-ene; An un- 
usual structure •with three five-membered 
rings c!J-fused. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90: 
2144-49. 

The molecular structure of the oxidised con- 
densation product of o-benzoylbenzaldehyde 
and ethylene diamine. /. Chem. Soc, (B): 
984-88. 

Crystal and molecular structure of a 1:1 
bullvalene-silver tetrafluoroborate complex. 
/. Chem. Soc, (B), 1445. 
With B. H. Bersted, R. L. Belford 

The crystal and molecular structure of- 
orthorhombic vanadyl (IV) pyridine-2,6- 
dicarboxylate tetrahydrate. Inorg. Chem., 
7:1557-62. 
With J. E. Baldwin, J. A. Kapecki 

The crystal and molecular structure of the 

adduct from 3-diazobutanone and carbon 

disulfide. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90:5800-805. 

With L. J. Todd, J. L. Little, P. S. Wclcker. 

C. R. Peterson 

Polyhedral transition metal complexes con- 
taining the B9H9CHP2- and BsHsCHPCHs- 
ligands. Ibid., pp. 4489-90. 
With S. M. Johnson, L. A. Paquette, 
J. H. Barnett, R. J. Haluska 

The molecular geometry of derivatives of 
IH-azepine in the free and complexed state. 
Ibid., pp. 5023-24. 
With P. C. Thomas 

The crystal and molecular structure of a 
novel boron-nitrogen cage compound. Chem. 
Commun., 1130-31. 
With S. M. Johnson 

Crystal and molecular structure of [16] 
annulene. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90:6555-56. 

PIRKLE, WILLIAM H., Assistant Professor 

Arficles 

With S. D. Beave 

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in 
optically active solvents. V. The deter- 
mination of the absolute configuration of 
( -f- ) -a-hydroxy-a-trifluorometh vlphenylacetic 
acid. Tetrahedron Letters, 2579-82. 
Optically active nmr solvents VII. The direct 
determination of optical purity and absolute 
configuration of sulfoxides. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:6250-51. 



With T. G. Burlingame, S. D. Beare 

Optically active nmr solvents VI. The deter- 
mination of optical purity and absolute con- 
figuration of amines. Ibid., pp. 5849-52. 
With D. Chamot, W. A. Day 

l,2-pimethyl-5,7-di-f-butylspiro[2.5]octa-l,4,7- 
trien-6-one. Synthesis and chemistry. /. 
Org. Chem., ii:2152-53. 
With G. F. Koser 

Halonium ylids II. Tetrahedron Letters, 

pp. 3959-62. 
Halonium ylids I. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90: 
3598-600. 
With L. H. McKendry 

The multiplicity of the reactive 2-pyrone 
excited states. Tetrahedron Letters, pp. 
5279-82. 
With M. Dines 

Structure of electron impact fragments. The 
C4H4O radical cation from 2-pyrone. /. 
Am. Chem. Soc, 90:2318-23. 

QUINN, JOHN A., Professor 

Arficles 

With W. T. Mitchell 

Convection induced by surface-tension gra- 
dients: Experiments with a heated point 
source. Chem. Eng. Sci., 2i: 503-7. 
With G. D. Rose 

Composite membranes: The permeation of 
gases through deposited monolayers. Sci- 
ence, 159:6Z6-Z7. 
Gas transport through supported Langmuir- 
Blodgett monolayers. /. Colloid and Inter- 
face Sci., 27:193-207. 
With L. M. Blair 

Measurement of small density differences: 
Solutions of slightly soluble gases. Rev. 
Sci. Instr., 39:7S-77. 

RINEHART, KENNETH L., JR., Professor 
Articles 

With S. M. Johnson, I. C. Paul, R. Srinivasan 
The absolute configuration of caldariomycin. 
/. Am. Chem. Soc, 90:136-40. 
With A. C. Bnchhols, G. E. Van Lear 

Mass spectral fragmentation of aniline-1-^^C. 
Ibid., pp. 1073-75. 
With R. Srinivasan 

Preparation and unusual mass spectra of 
3,4,4-trimethyl-5-oxo-froH.y-2-hexenoic acid 
and related compounds. /. Org. Chem., 33: 
351-55. 
With M. F. Grostic 

Steroid mass spectral correlations. I. Hy- 
droxyprogesterones. Ibid., pp. 1740-46. 
With A. C. Buchholz, G. E. Van Lear. 
H. L. Cantrill 
A randomly labeled tropylium ion in the 
mass spectrum of toluene-a,l-^^C2. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 90:2983-85. 
With T. H. Kinstlc 

Mass spectrometry. Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem., 
19:301-42. 
With R. A. Gardiner, J. J. Snyder, 
H. P. Broqnist 
Slaframine. Absolute stereochemistry and a 
revised structure. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90: 
5639-40. 
With H. H. ]\Iathur 

Chemistry of the streptovaricins. IV. Struc- 
ture of varicinal A. Ibid., p. 6241. 



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With H. H. Mathur, K. Sasaki, P. K. Martin. 
C. E. Coverdale 
Chemistry of the streptovaricins. V. Struc- 
tures of streptovaricins A and C. Ibid., 
pp. 6241-43. 

SANI, ROBERT L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Free convective instability. Mathematica 

Japonicae, 12, 1:81-99. 
An extension and convergence proof of an 
approximate method due to Pellew and 
Southwell. Z.A.M.M., 48, 1:65-66. 
On two vector decompositions useful in cel- 
lular convection. Mathematica Japonicae, 
13, 1:75-93. 

SCHMITZ, ROGER A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With D. K. Winegardner 

Stability of exothermic reaction on a spher- 
ical surface. A.I.Ch.E. J., i4: 301-10. 

SCHROEPFER, GEORGE J., JR., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With W. G. Niehaus, Jr. 

Enzymatic stereospecificity in the hydration 
of epoxy fattv acids. Stereospecific in- 
corporation of the oxygen of water. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 89:4227-28. 
With A. M. Paliokas, W. Lee 

Improved separation of sterols by column 
chromatography. /. Lipid Research, 9: 
143-45. 
With A. M. Paliokas 

Stereospecificity in the enzymatic conversion 
of A'-cholesten-3/3-ol to 7-dehydrocholesterol. 
/. Biol. Chem., 2«: 45 3-64. 
With W. Lee 

Enzymatic conversion of AS<")-cholesten-3y8- 
ol to cholesterol. Biochem. Biophys. Res. 
Commun., 52:635-38. 
With B. N. Lutsky 

Enzymatic conversion of A*'"-cholestadien-3/?- 
ol to cholesterol. Ibid., ii :492-96. 

SECREST, DON, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Time-sharing experimental control on a small 

computer. / and EC, 60, 6:74-80. 
Energy transfer in the distorted wave ap- 
proximation. /. Chem. Phys., 49, 6:2880-81. 
With B. Robert Johnson 

Quantum-mechanical calculations of the in- 
elastic cross sections for rotational excita- 
tion of para and ortho H2 upon collision 
with He. Ibid., 48, 10:4682-93. 

SHAKHASHIRI. BASSAM Z., Visiting 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 
With G. Gordon 

Comments on data handling in oxygen-18 

tracer studies. /. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., 30: 

2539-44. 
The oxidation of tris(bio-phenanthroline) iron 

(II) ion by aqueous chlorine. Inorg. 

Chem., 7:2454-56. 

SMITH, STANLEY G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. J. Feldt 

Evidence for the formation of two tetrasub- 
stituted intermediates in the alkaline hy- 
drolysis of ethyl thionbenzoate. /. Org. 
Chem., 33:1022-27. 



With D. V. Milligan 

Effect of ion pairing on the rate and site of 
alkylation of oxime salts. /. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 90:2393-98. 
With J. Billet 

Kinetics of the addition of methylmagnesium 
bromide to 4-methylmercaptoacetophenone 
in diethyl ether. Ihid., pp. 4108-16. 

SNYDER, HAROLD R., Research Professor 

Articles 

With R. G. Landolt 

The reaction of 9-nitroanthracene with 
sodium cyanide in dimethylformamide. /. 
Org. Chem., ii:403-7. 
With R. L. Keener, R. S. Skelton 

The synthesis of 6-substituted thieno[3,2- 
6]pyrroles. Ibid., pp. 1355-59. 
With J. R. Kiisseii'ski, W. J. Lennarz 

Aromatic boronic acids. Synthesis of 
o-boronophenylalanine. Ibid., pp. 4479-83. 
With H. E. Dunn, J. C. Catlin 

Arylboronic acids. Imino derivatives from 
o-formybenzene-boronic acid. Ibid., pp. 
4483-86. 

STUCKY, GALEN D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The crystal structure of (CH3)4NNiCl3. Acta 

Crystallographica, B24:330. 
Structural and spectroscopic studies of tetra- 
chlorophosphonium tetrachloroferrate(III), 
[PCI4] [FeCU]. Inorg. Chem., 7:9150. 
IVith J. L. Atwood 

Mg[Al(CH3)2(OCH3)2] • C4H8O2. A novel co- 
ordination compound of a metal alkoxide 
and a donor molecule. /. Organometallic 
Chem., 13:53. 
With V. R. Magnuson 

The preparation and crystal structure of 
( CH3) 5AI2N ( CgHo) 2, /i - diphenylamino- /i - 
methyltetramethyldialuminum. /. Am. 
Chem. Soc, 90:3269. 

SWITZER, ROBERT L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Mechanism of phosphoribosylpyrophosphate 
synthetase: Evidence for an enzyme- 
pyrophosphate intermediate. Biochem. Bio- 
phys. Res. Commun., 32, 2:320-25. 

WEBER, GREGORIO, Professor 
Articles 

With A. deKok, R. D. Spencer 

Static and dynamic fluorescence quenching 

in the internal complex of FAD and in 

lipamide dehydrogenase. Fed. Proc, 27:2. 
Energy transfer methods in the study of 

ligand-protein interactions. Molecular Assn. 

in Biology, pp. 499-515. 
With J. M. Brewer 

The reversible dissociation of yeast enolase. 

PNAS, 59:216-23. 

WOOD, JOHN M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. S. Kennedy, R. S. Wolfe 

The reaction of multihalogenated hydro- 
carbons with free and bound reduced 
vitamin B12. Biochemistry, J: 1707-13. 

With B. C. McBride, J. W. Sibert, 
G. N. Schrauzer 
Methylcobalt derivatives of vitamin B12 model 
compounds as substrates in enzymatic 



36 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



methane formation. /. Am. Chcm. Soc, 

90:5276-77. 
With F. S. Kennedy, C. G. Rosen 

Synthesis of methylmercury compounds by 

extracts of a methanogenic bacterium. 

Nature, 220, 5163:173-74. 
With S. Dagley, P. J. Geary 

The metabolism of protocatechnic acid by 

pseudomonas testosteroni. Biochemistry J., 

J09:S59-68. 

WOODY, ROBERT W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Improved calculation of the nT*rotational 

strength in polypeptides. /. Ghent. Phys., 

49, 11:4797-4806. 

YANKWICH, PETER E., Professor 

Articles 

With T. T.-S. Huang, W. T. Kass, 
W. E. Buddenbaum 
Anomalous temperature dependence of kinetic 
carbon isotope effects and the phenomenon 
of crossover. /. Phys. Chem., 72:4431-46. 

YARDLEY, JAMES T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Passive Q-svifitching of the CO2 laser by 
vinyl chloride. Appl. Phys. Letters, 12: 
120-22. 
Vibration-to-vibration energy transfer in gas 
mixtures containing nitrous oxide. /. Ghem. 
Phys.. 49:2816-21. 
With C. Bradley Moore 

Vibration-vibration and vibration-translation 
energy transfer in methane-oxygen mix- 
tures. Ibid., 48:U-17. 
Vibrational energy transfer in methane I. 
Ibid., ^9:1111-25. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Alley, Earl G. (D. E. Applequist, Adviser), 
Photoisomerization of the isomeric 1,4-dichlor- 
ospiropentanes. 

Angerer, John D. (D. E. Applequist, Adviser), 
I. Studies toward the synthesis of 3,3,6,6- 
tetrakis (trifiuoromethyl) cyclohexyne II. 
reaction of allylic halides with phenyllithium. 

Anderson, Wayne P. (T. L. Brown, Adviser), 
Part I. TT-electron model for metal carbonyls 
Part II. infrared intensities of the carbonyl 
stretching modes in arenechromium tri- 
carbonyls. 

Atwood, Jerry L. (G. D. Stucky, Adviser), 
Structure and bonding in group II and III 
organometallic chemistry. 

Baldwin, Jon M. (H. V. Malmstadt, Adviser), 
Alkali metal-halogen interactions in the 
sensitized flame ionization/flame photometric 
detector. 

Baylis, Bobbye W. (J. C. Bailar, Jr., Adviser), 
Infrared and other spectral studies on bis- 
(o-phenylene-bisdimethylarsine) -cobalt (III) 
complexes. 

Billet, James (S. G. Smith, Adviser), Kinetics 
and mechanisms of the reactions of meth- 
ylmagnesium reagents with ketones. 

Birnbaum, Edward R. (T. Moeller, Adviser), 
Observations on the rare earths: nuclear 
magnetic resonance studies of paramagnetic 
lanthanide complexes. 

Blair, Leslie M. (J. A. Quinn, Adviser), The 
onset of cellular convection in a fluid layer 
with time-dependent density gradients. 

Bradshaw, William S. (W. J. Rutter, Adviser), 



Studies on pancreatic lipase: multiplicity, 
distribution, and developmental regulation. 

Bromels, Edward (R. L. Belford, Adviser), 
Molecular vibrations: the sulfur-sulfur bond 
in elemental sulfur and construction of a 
laser-raman spectrograph. 

Browne, Douglas T. (N. J. Leonard, Adviser), 
Synthesis and spectral studies of dinu- 
cleotide analogs. 

Carney, Joseph H. (H. A. Laitinen, Adviser), 
I. Electrochemistry of mercuric sulfide coated 
electrodes, II. electrochemical behavior of 
boron carbide. 

Cohen, Audrey O. (R. A. Marcus, Adviser), 
Classical rotational-translational energy trans- 
fer using variation of constants. 

Coon, Marvin D. (J. C. Martin, Adviser), 
Sesquioxanthranol and related compounds. 

Crouch, Robert J. (B. D. Hall, Adviser), 
Bacteriophage T4 ribonucleic acid synthesis, 
in vivo and in vitro. 

Cunningham, Carol C. (L. P. Hager, Adviser), 
Studies on the pyruvate oxidase system of 
Escherichia coli. 

Darensbourg, Donald J. (T. L. Brown, Ad- 
viser), Infrared intensities in substituted 
metal carbonyls. 

Diefallah, El-Hussieny M. (J. G. Kay, Ad- 
viser), Chemical effects of nuclear trans- 
formations and annealing in inorganic 
crystals. 

Dimopulos, Haralambo (T. J. Hanratty, Ad- 
viser), Wall shear stress distribution for flow 
around a circular cylinder: 60<Re<340. 

Dines, Martin B. (W. H. Pirkle, Adviser), 
I. Aspects of 2-pyrone chemistry, II. aryl 
sulfenyl halides as electrophilic reagents. 

Douthart, Richard J. (V. A. Bloomfield, Ad- 
viser), Hydrodynamic studies of nucleic 
acid and virus structure. 

Dugre, Donald H. (R. S. Drago, Adviser), 
Extended Hiickel calculations of C"-H spin- 
spin coupling constants. 

Epley, Troyl D. (R. S. Drago, Adviser), 
Calorimetric studies of hydrogen-bonded ad- 
ducts. 

Fitzgerald, Ronald J. (R. S. Drago, Adviser), 
Electron delocalization in paramagnetic nickel 
(Il)-ammine complexes. 

Foglesong, Rosalina S. (D. E. Applequist, Ad- 
viser), The 2-bromocyclohexyl radical. 

Foglesong, William D., Jr. (J. E. Baldwin, 
Adviser), The 8,9-dehydro-2-adamantyl cation. 

Forsberg, John H. (T. Moeller, Adviser), Ob- 
servations on the rare earths: studies of 
ethylenediamine complexes of the lanthanide 
ions. 

Friedland, Joan M. (G. Weber, Adviser), 
Studies on the reversible denaturation and 
subunit structure of bacterial luciferase. 

Gahan, Linda C. (H. E. Conrad, Adviser), 
The de novo biosynthesis of glycogen in 
aerobacter aerogenes. 

Gass, David M. (R. A. Marcus, Adviser), 
Fluctuation form of transport theory and its 
applications. 

Goon, David J. (S. G. Smith, Adviser), Leav- 
ing group effects in solvolysis reactions, 
secondary deuterium isotope effects. 

Gore, Ernest S. (H. S. Gutowsky, Adviser), 
The effects of quadrupole relaxation on high 
resolution and pulsed NMR. 

Hansen, John R. (H. S. Gutowsky, Adviser), 
Double resonance studies of nuclear spin 
relaxation. 



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Herrin, Thomas R. (K. L. Rinehart, Adviser), 
Synthesis of streptolydigin analogs. 

Hetzel, Donald S. (D. Y. Curtin, Adviser), 
Hindered rotation in diarylcycloalkanes. 

Hill, James C. (R. S. Drago, Adviser), A 
study of Lewis acid-base interactions, Part 
I-A Sn(119) Mossbauer and Sn(119) NMR 
study of the 1:1 Lewis base adducts of tri- 
methyltin chloride. Part 2-A Calorimetric, and 
F(19), B(ll), and H(l) NMR study of the 
Lewis base adducts of boron trifluoride. 

Holubec, Zenowie M. (D. Y. Curtin, Adviser), 
Conformational studies in some 9-methylene- 
9,10-dihydroanthracenes. 

Hyatt, David E. (L. J. Todd, Adviser), The 
synthesis, characterization and chemistry of 
c-alkylamine derivatives of B10CH13 and 
BioCHu. 

Kemp, Marwin K. (W. H. Flygare, Adviser), 
Microwave spectroscopic studies in small ring 
compounds; 1-methylcyclopropene and ethyl- 
enimine. 

Kirsch, Joseph L., Jr. (T. L. Brown, Adviser), 
Nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy 
of inorganic systems. 

Klainer, Jeremy A. (N. J. Leonard, Adviser), 
Reactions of small and medium ring hetero- 
cycles. 

Koser, Gerald F. (W. H. Pirkle, Adviser), 
Investigations of the photochemical reactions 
of 3,5-Dl-f-butylbenzene-1.4-diazooxide and 
hindered Spiro[2.5]octa-4,7-dien-6-ones. 

Lane, Arthur L. (R. A. Marcus, Adviser), 
Vacuum ultraviolet photochemistry of pro- 
pane above and below ionization. 

Larson, Richard A. (K. L. Rinehart, Adviser), 
Structural and biosynthetic studies of nybo- 
mycin. 

Lee, James T., Jr. (P. A. Beak, Adviser), 
Thermodynamic studies of model imidate- 
amide equilibria. 

Lee, Wen-Hui (G. J. Schroepfer, Jr., Ad- 
viser), Studies on the biosynthesis of choles- 
terol. 

Lehmkuhl, George D. (H. G. Drickamer, Ad- 
viser), Flow and mass transfer near a rotat- 
ing disk. 

Leung, Mary K. (T. Moeller, Adviser), Studies 
of isopropylamino derivatives of 1,1-diphenyl- 
phosphonitrilic chloride trimer. 

Lewis, George K. (H. G. Drickamer, Adviser), 
High pressure Mossbauer studies of the 
electronic states of iron compounds. 

Lewis, Harlan L. (T. L. Brown, Adviser), 
Colligative property and NMR studies of 
alkyllithium-base interactions. 

Lipp, Hayden I. (D. E. Applequist, Adviser), 
Studies toward the synthesis of the penta- 
prismane (hexacyclo[4.4.0i.5.02.5.03.^0^.8.0'."] 
decane) system. 

Little, John L. (L. J. Todd, Adviser), Some 
chemistry of carbaphosphaboranes. 

Magnuson, Vincent R. (G. D. Stucky, Adviser). 
Structural chemistry of group 11 and III 
organometallic complexes. 

Mampaey, Carl L. (D. Y. Curtin, Adviser), N- 
acyl-n-alkyl-n'-aryltriazenes. 

McDaniel, Mildred C. (J. E. Baldwin, Ad- 
viser), Part I. Stereochemistry of electro- 
cyclic reactions. Part II, the crystal and 
molecular structure of the adduct from N- 
(p-bromobenzyl)isoquinolinium bromide and 
carbon disulfide. 

McKendry, Lennon H. (\V. H. Pirkle, Ad- 
viser), Reactions of 2-pyrone and its photo- 
products. 



Messer, Wayne R. (P. A. Beak, Adviser), 
Photochemistry of diazoles. 

Moores, Brian W. (R. L. Belford, Adviser), 
Electron paramagnetic resonance study of 
bonding in a low-symmetry copper(II) chelate. 

Murrell, Lawrence L. (T. L. Brown, Ad- 
viser), Part I. Exchange reactions of methyl- 
murcury halides and methylmercury pseudo- 
halides. Part II. Exchange reactions of 
some group III organometallic compounds. 

Niblack, John F. (I. C. Gunsalas, Adviser), 
Host suppression of pseudo»wnas phage pfl 
mutations. 

Nowak, Anthony V. (H. V. Malmstadt, Ad- 
viser), A selective gas-chromatographicdetec- 
tor utilizing emitted radiation from a sensi- 
tized flame. 

Prensner, Douglas S. (J. A. Quinn, Adviser), 
Experimental observations on thermal con- 
vection in confined gas layers. 

Propp, Jacob H. (H. A. Laitinen, Adviser), 
Electrochemical reduction products of Cr(VI) 
in molten LiCl-KCl eutectic. 

Rivers, Prince (D. E. Applequist, Adviser), 
Preparation and resolution of an optically 
active adamantane. 

Root, Ronald B. (R. A. Schmitz, Adviser), 
an experimental study of steady state multi- 
plicity and stability in a loop reactor. 

Rose, Gene D. (J. A. Quinn, Adviser) , Com- 
posite membranes: the permeation of gases 
through deposited monolayers. 

Rowley, David A. (R. S. Drago, Adviser), 
Electronic structure of tetragonal nickel (II) 
complexes. 

Scholer, Fred R. (L. J. Todd, Adviser), The 
synthesis, characterization, and chemistry of 
BioHuCH-, BioHjoCH- and their derivatives. 

Shaw, Vernon R. (R. S. Juvet, Jr., Adviser), 
Solute-solvent interactions of metal chlorides 
in alkali metal tetrachloroaluminates via gas 
chromatography. 

Shelt, Keith R. (J. M. Clark, Jr., Adviser), 
A proton exchange between purines and water 
and its application to biochemistry. 

Shepherd, Sandra A. (R. F. Nystrom, Ad- 
viser), Pyrolytic radiogas chromatography of 
carbon-14 and tritium labeled 1-hexenes. 

Sherwood, Peter J. (H. A. Laitinen, Adviser), 
Charge separation and its effect on the elec- 
tro-reduction of bis(diethylenetriatnine )cQha.h 
(III). 

Siegwarth, David P. (T. J. Hanratty, Adviser), 
Effect of free convection on laminar flow 
through a horizontal pipe. 

Son, Jaime S. (T. J. Hanratty, Adviser), 
Experimental and computational studies of 
flow around a circular cylinder. 

Tapscott, Robert E. (R. L. Belford, Adviser), 
Characterization and stereochemistry of the 
vanadyl (IV) tartrate complexes. 

Thomas, John A. (L. P. Hager, Adviser), 
Studies on the mechanism of the halogenation 
reactions catalyzed by chloroperoxidase. 

Vander Hart, David L. (H. S. Gutowsky, Ad- 
viser), NMR line shape and moment analyses 
for a spin-1/2 nucleus in polycrystalline, 
rigid lattice, axially symmetric systems. 

Woodmansee, Donald E. (T. J. Hanratty, Ad- 
viser), Atomization from a flowing horizontal 
water film by a parallel air flow. 

Zumdahl, Steven S. (R. S. Drago, Adviser), 
Experimental and theoretical studies of in- 
organic reactions. Part 1 — studies of the 
Ligand exchange reactions of Co(II) com- 



38 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



plexes by nuclear magnetic resonance tech- 
niques. Part 2 — molecular orbital studies of 
the trans influence phenomenon and the kine- 
tic trans effect in platinum(II) complexes. 



CHILDREN'S RESEARCH CENTER 

SCOTT, KEITH G., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With Marcia S. Scott 

Research and theory in short-term memory. 
In International review of mental retarda- 
tion, Vol. 3, ed. by Norman Ellis, Academic 
Press, N.Y., pp. 135-57. 

Clustering with perceptual and symbolic stim- 
uli in free recall. /. Verbal Learn, and 
Verbal Behav., (5:864-66. 1967. 
With M. Christy 

Dependent measures of children's discrimina- 
tion learning. Psychonomic Sci., 1968, 12: 
53-54. 

SCOTT, MARCIA S., Research Associate 

Articles 

With K. G. Scott 

Research and theory in short-term memory. 
In International rcvieiv of mental retarda- 
tion, vol. 3, ed. by Norman Ellis, Academic 
Press, N.Y., pp. 135-57. 

SHRINER, THOMAS H., Assistant Professor 
of Speech and Children's Research Center 
Articles 

With L. Miner 

Morphological structures in the language of 

disadvantaged and advantaged children. /. 

Speech Hearing Res.. 11:605-10. 
With W. R. Zemlin, R. G. Daniloff 

The difficulty of listening to time-compressed 

speech. Ibid., pp. 875-81. 
Intelligibility of vowels altered in duration 

and frequency. /. Acoust. Soc. Amcr., 44: 

700-707. 

SPRAGUE, ROBERT L., Associate Professor 
of Psychology and Director, Children's Re- 
search Center 

Articles 

With M. A. Whitman 

Learning and distractibility in normals and 
retardates. Training Sch. Bull., (55:89-101. 

STEINMAN, WARREN M., Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Response rate and varied reinforcement: 

reinforcers of different strengths. Psy- 
chonomic Sci., 10:37-38. 
Response rate and varied reinforcement: 

reinforcers of similar strengths. Ibid., pp. 

35-36. 
The strengthening of verbal approval in 

retardates of discrimination training. /. 

exp. Child Psychol., 6:100-112. 
With C. M. Butter 

Response rate, suppression, and extinction in 

septal rats. In Proc, 76th ann. convention, 

APA, pp. 277-78. 

WERRY, JOHN S., Research Child Psychiatrist 
and Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Articles 

The diagnosis, etiology and treatment of 
hyperactivity in children. In Learning 



disorders, Vol. 3, ed. by Hellmuth, Special 
Child Publications, Seattle, pp. 171-90. 

Two solitudes. Canada's Mental Health, 16: 
4-7. 

Studies on the hyperactive child IV: an 
empirical analysis of the minimal brain 
dysfunction syndrome. Arch. Gen. Psy- 
chiatry, 19:9-16. 

Developmental hyperactivity. Ped. Clinics N. 
Am^r., i5: 581-99. 
With R. Paine, H. C. Quay 

A study of "Minimal Cerebral Dysfunction." 
Dcvel. Med. and Child Neurol., iO: 505-20. 
With S. Kardash. E. S. Hillman 

Efficacy of imipramine in childhood enuresis: 
a double-blind control study with placebo. 
Canadian Med. Assoc. J., 99:263-66. 



CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ACKERMANN, WILLIAM C, Professor 
Articles 

Effects of water quality standards on the 

nation. Water — 1968, Chem. Eng. Progress 

Symp. Series, 64:122-25. 

AMIN, MOHAMMAD, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. H.-S. Ang 

Nonstationary stochastic model of earth- 
quake motions. Proc. ASCE, 94, EM2: 
559-83. 
Reliability of structures and structural sys- 
tems, ibid., pp. 671-91. 

ANG, ALFREDO H.-S., Professor 

Articles 

With L. A. Lopez 

Discrete model analvsis of elastic-plastic 
plates. Proc. ASCE, 94, EMl:271-93. 
With M. Amin 

Nonstationary stochastic model of earth- 
quake motions. Ibid., EM2: 559-83. 
Reliability of structures and structural sys- 
tems. Ibid., pp. 671-91. 
With E. Faccioli 

A discrete eulerian model of spherically 
symmetric compressible media. /. Compu- 
tational Phys. 3, Oct. pp. 226-58. 
With G. C. Chang 

Numerical calculation of inelastic plane soil- 
structure interaction. In Proc. intnl. symp. 
on ivave propagation and dynamic proper- 
ties of earth materials, Univ. N. Mex. 
Press, Albuquerque, pp. 393-410. 

AUSTIN, JOHN H., Associate Professor 
Books Edited 

Waste disposal from water and wastewater 
treatment processes. Tenth Sanitarv Eng. 
Conf. Proc, May 1968, Univ. III., Urbana, 
148 pp. 
Correspondence course manual for water plant 
operators —^ Class D. South Carolina Water 
and Pollution Control Association, 327 pp. 
Correspondence course manual for water plant 
operators — Class D. Assignments and tests. 
Ibid., 72 pp. 
Articles 

With R. S. Engelbrecht, M. Chaudhuri, 
M. Goodrich 
Staining of free-living nematodes by alcoholic 
eosin-Y dye. /. Amer. Water Works Assn., 
(50:481-84. 



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With R. S. Engelbrecht 

Ecological changes in a polluted environ- 
ment. In Advances in zi-ater quality i»i- 
['rovement, ed. by Gloyna and Eckenfelder, 
Univ. Texas Press, Austin, Water Re- 
sources Symp., No. 1, pp. 9-20. 

BAERWALD, JOHN E., Professor 
Articles 

ITE technical activities. Traf. Eng., 38, 9: -9. 

CHAUDHURI, MALAY, Instructor 

Articles 

With R. S. Engelbrecht, J. H. Austin, 

M. Goodrich 
Staining of free-living nematodes by alcoholic 

eosin-Y dye. /. Amer. Water Works Assn., 

(50:481-84. 
With R. S. Engelbrecht 

Eriochrome cyanine R method for aluminum 

determination. Ibid., 5:618. 

CHILTON, ARTHUR B., Professor 
See Nuclear Engineering. 

CHOW, VEN TE, Professor 
Articles 

R & D of a watershed experimentation sys- 
tem. JETS J., 15, 6:11-13. 

Hydrologic systems for water resources man- 
agement. Conf. Proc, Water Resources 
Research Institute, Clemson Univ., Clem- 
son, S.C, 4:8-22. 

Center of applied hydrology in Brazil. Nature 
and Resources, 4, 2:16-17. 

CORDING, EDWARD J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Stability of large underground openings at 
the Nevada test site. In Second space age 
facilities cotif., ASCE, pp. 389-427. 

DAVISSON, MELVIN T., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. R. Salley 

Lateral load tests on drilled piers. ASTil 
Spec. Tech. Pub. 444:68-83. 
With A. H. Hunter 

Measurements of pile load transfer. Ibid., 
pp. 106-17. 
With V. J. McDonald 

Energy measurements for a diesel hammer. 
Ibid., pp. 295-337. 

DEERE, DON U., Professor 
Articles 

Investigation of changed conditions. In Na- 
tional conference on construction contracts, 
ASCE, May 25-26, 1967, pp. 50-53. 
Geological considerations. In Rock mechanics 
in engineering practice, ed. by Stagg and 
Zienkiewicz, John Wiley and Sons, Lon- 
don, pp. 1-20. 

DICK, RICHARD I., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A review of the literature of 1967 on waste- 
water and water pollution control — sludge 
treatment, disposal and utilization. /. 
Water Poll. Cont. Fed., 40, 6:955-66. 
Discussion closure to evaluation of activated 
sludge thickening theories. Proc. ASCE, 
94, SA6: 1280-87. 
With J. C. Gratteau 

Activated sludge suspended solids determina- 
tions. Water and Sew. Wks., 115:468-72. 



ENGELBRECHT, RICHARD S., Professor 
Articles 

With S. K. Banerji, B. B. Euing, R. E. Speece 
Mechanism of starch removal in the activated 
sludge process. /. Water Poll. Cont. Fed., 
40:16-29. 
Kinetics of removal of starch in activated 
sludge systems. /. Water Poll. Cont. Fed., 
40:161-74. 
With C. F. Walters, R. E. Speece 

Microbial substrate storage in activated 
sludge. Proc. ASCE, 94, SA2:257-69. 
With J. H. Austin 

Ecological changes in a polluted environment. 
In Advances in -water quality improvement. 
ed. by Gloyna and Eckenfelder, Univ. 
Texas Press, Austin, Water Resources 
Symp. No. 1, pp. 9-20. 
With J. H. Austin, M. Chaudhuri, 
M. Goodrich 
Staining of free-living nematodes by alcoholic 
eosin-Y dye. /. Amer. Water Works Assn., 
60:481-84. 
With .1/. Chaudhuri 

Eriochome cyanine R method for aluminum 
determination. Ibid., 5:618. 

EWING, B. B., Professor 
Articles 

With R. S. Engelbrecht, S. K. Banerji, 
R. E. Speece 
Mechanism of starch removal in the activated 
sludge process. /. Water Poll. Cont. Fed., 
40:16-29. 
Kinetics of removal of starch in activated 
sludge systems. Ibid., pp. 161-74. 

FENVES, STEVEN J., Professor 

Articles 

Digital computers in structural engineering. 
In Structural engineering handbook, ed. by 
E. H. Gaylord and C. N. Gavlord, McGraw- 
Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 2-1 to 2-14. 

GAYLORD, EDWIN H., Professor 
Books Edited 

With C. N. Gaylord 

Structural engineering handbook. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co., N.Y., 1192 pp. 
Articles 
With E. W. Wright 

Analysis of unbraced multistory steel rigid 
frames. Proc. ASCE, 94, ST5: 1143-63. 
With W. H. McVinnie 

Inelastic buckling of unbraced space frames. 
Ibid., ST8: 1863-85. 

GURFINKEL, GERMAN R., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Assembly Hall, University of Havana. 7. 

ACI, 65, 1:20-28. 
Telai multipiani prefabricati per edifici Uni- 
versitaria a Cuba. Rivista L'Industria 
Italiana del Cemento. Anno 38, 4:272-74. 
Discussion: plastic design by moment balanc- 
ing. E7ig. J. AISC. 5, 2:79-81. 
With C. P. Siess 

Longitudinally restrained reinforced concrete 
beams. Proc. ASCE, 94, ST3: 709-35. 

HALL, WILLIAM J., Professor 
Articles 

Transportation structures. High Speed Ground 
Trans. J., 11:2, pp. 282-302. 



40 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With N. E. Funston 

Discussion closure: Footing vibration with 
nonlinear subgrade support. Proc. ASCE, 
94, SM6: 1384-85. 

HAY, WILLIAM W., Professor 
Articles 

What's wrong with railroad recruiting and 
how to improve it. AREA Bull. 617 (Part 
2), pp. 593-600. 

HENDRON, ALFRED J., JR., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Mechanical properties of rocks. In Rock 
mechanics in engineering practice, ed. by 
K. G. Stagg and O. C. Zienkiewicz, John 
Wiley and Sons, London, pp. 21-53. 
With N. N. Ambraseys 

Dynamic behavior of rock masses. Ibid., 
pp. 203-36. 
With H. E. Auld 

The effect of soil properties on the attenua- 
tion of airblast-induced ground motions. 
In Proc. Intnl. symp._ on ivave propagation 
and dynamic properties of earth materials, 
Univ. N. Mex. Press, Albuquerque, pp. 
29-47. 
Discussion of wave propagation in earth 
materials. Ibid., pp. 94-98. 

HERRIN, MORELAND, Professor 
Articles 

With A. G. Bahget 

Brittle fracture of asphaltic mixes. Proc. 
Assn. Asphalt Paving Technologists, 37: 
32-55. 
With C. R. March 

Tensile behavior and failure characteristics 
of asphalt cement in thin films. Ibid., pp. 
386-421. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With C. R. Marek, K. Majidzadeh 

State of the art: surface treatments — sum- 
mary of existing literature. Highway Res. 
Ed. Special Report 96, 98 pp. 

HILSDORF, HUBERT K., Professor 

Articles 

Drying and shrinkage of concrete. In Anni- 
versary volume honoring Dr. H. Rusch, 
Verlag Wilhelm Ernst und Sohn, Munich, 
pp. 2-14. 

IRELAND, HERBERT O., Professor 
Articles 

Retaining structures and foundations. In 
Structural engineering handbook, ed. by 
E. H. Gaylord and C. N. Gaylord, McGraw- 
Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 5-46 to 5-91. 

KARARA, HOUSSAM M., Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Moellman 

Close-range photogrammetry data reduction 
scheme. Proc. ASCE, 94, SU2:211-26. 

KESLER, CLYDE E., Professor 

See Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. 

KHACHATURIAN, NARBEY, Professor 
Articles 

With N. W. Krahl, C. P. Siess 

Discussion: Analysis of inclined cracking 
shear in slender reinforced concrete beams. 
/. ACI, (55:335-41. 



KRISHNA, PREM, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Experiments on the wire model of suspended 
cable structure. /. Inst. Engrs. India, 48, 
5, Cl3:S70-78. 
With S. R. Sparkes 

Analysis of pretensioned cable systems. Proc. 

Inst. Civ. Engrs., London, i9: 103-9. 
An influence coefficient method for preten- 
sioned cable systems. Proc. Inst. Civ. 
Engrs., London, -^i: 543-48. 
With P. R. Natraian 

Analysis of doubly curved suspended cable 
roof networks. Bull. Intnl. Assn. Shell 
Structures, 34:49-67. 

LIU, THOMAS K., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A review of engineering soil classification 

systems. Highway Res. Bd., 156:1-22. 
Discussion: Statistical analysis of density 
tests, by R. A. Pettitt. Proc. ASCE, 94, 
HW2:274-76. 

LOPEZ, LEONARD A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. H.-S. Ang 

Discrete model analysis of elastic-plastic 
plates. Proc. ASCE. 94, EMI: 271-93. 

MAREK, CHARLES R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With M. Herrin 

Tensile behavior and failure characteristics 

of asphalt cements in thin films. Proc, 

Assn. Asphalt Paving Technologists, 37: 

386-421. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With M. Herrin, K. Majidsadeh 

State of art: surface treatments — summary 

of existing literature. Highway Res. Bd., 

Special Report 96, 98 pp. 

MAXWELL, W. HALL C, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Splashing of drops on shallow liquids. 

Science, 160, May 24:907. 
Discussion: Energy loss at pipe junctions. 

Proc. ASCE, 94, IR2: 280-82. 
Discussion: The accuracy of calibration of 

model gauging structures. Proc. Inst. Civ. 

Engrs., London, 40, July: 397-98. 

McDonald, VINCENT J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With M. T. Davisson 

Energy measurements for a diesel hammer. 
ASTM Special Tech. Pub. 444:295-337. 

MEREDITH, DALE D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Water systems modeling. In Analysis of 
water and water-related research require- 
ments in the Great Lakes region, by 
Council on Economic Growth, Technology, 
and Public Policy of the Committee on 
Institutional Cooperation, for the Director, 
Office of Water Resources Research, Dept. 
Interior, Wash., D.C., June 1968, pp. 61-77. 

MUNSE, WILLIAM H., Professor 
Articles 

Fatigue and brittle fracture. In Structural 
engineering handbook, ed. by E. H. Gay- 



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lord and C. N. Gaylord, McGraw-Hill Book 
Co., N.Y., pp. 4-1 to 4-19. 
Significance of structural fatigue. ASCB, 
Structural Div. Preprint 587, 10 pp., 1967. 
Static and fatigue tests of bolted connections 
coated with Dimetcote S and 6. Corrosion 
Control Reporter, Amercoat Corporation, 19, 
2:2-5. 
Discussion: fatigue properties of materials, 
by E. G. Eelis and R. C. A. Thurston. 
Ocean Engineering, 1, 2:189-95. 
With K. H. Lenzen, B. T. Yen, 
G. E. Nordmark, J. T. P. Yao 
Analysis and interpretation of fatigue data. 
Proc. ASCE, 94, ST12: 2665-77. 
With R. D. Sunbury, R. S. Foundation 

Specifications and design relations. Ibid., 
pp. 2751-67. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With A. T. Derecho 

Stress concentration at external notches in 
members subjected to axial loadings. Univ. 
III. Eng. E.vp. Sta. Bull. 494, 51 pp. 
With J. E. Stallmeyer, F. P. Drew 

Structural fatigue and steel railroad bridges. 
Proc. AREA Seminar, AREA, 152 pp. 
With J. P. Cannon, I. F. Kiefner 

Effect of repeated loads on the low tempera- 
ture fracture behavior of notched and 
welded plates. Ship Structure Committee, 
Wash., D.C., SSC-188, 24 pp. 

MURPHREE, EDWARD LILE, JR., 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. V. Reddy 

Ultimate load analysis of edge-loaded founda- 
tion slabs. The Structural Eng., Inst. 
Struc. Engrs., London, 46, 1:13-16. 

NEWMARK, NATHAN M., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Earthquake-resistant building design. In 
Structural engineering handbook, ed. by 
E. H. Gaylord and C. N. Gaylord, McGraw- 
Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 3-1 to 3-30. 
Civil engineering. (Science year in review 
section.) 1969 Britannica yearbook of 
science and the future, Encyc. Britannica 
Inc., Chicago, pp. 299-300. 
Problems in wave propagation in soil and 
rock. In Proc. intnl. symp. on wave propa- 
gation and dy7iamic properties of earth 
materials. Univ. New Mex. Press, Albu- 
querque, pp. 7-26. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With G. W. Housner, T. Hisada, others 

Aseismic design and testing of nuclear fa- 
cilities. (Report of Panel, Tokyo, 12-16 
June 1967), Intnl. Atomic Energy Agency 
Tech. Rpts., Series No. 88, Vienna, 49 pp. 

With M. A. Sosen, P. C. Jennings, 
R. B. Mattiesen, G. W. Housner 
Engineering report on the Caracas earthquake 
of 29 July 1967. Committee on Earth- 
quake Eng. Res., Div. Eng., Natl. Res. 
Council — Natl. Acad. Eng., published by 
National Academy of Sciences, Wash., D.C., 
217 pp. 

NIELSEN, NORBY N., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Results of recent vibration studies in the 
U.S.A. /. Arch, and Building Sci., Archi- 
tectural Institute of Japan, 5i: 503-6. 



OLSON, ROY E., Professor 

Articles 

With J. F. Parola 

Dynamic shearing properties of compacted 
clay. In Proc. intnl. symp. on wave propa- 
gation and dynamic properties of earth 
materials, Univ. N. Mex. Press, Albuquer- 
que, pp. 173-82. 

PAUL, STANLEY L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. A. Sozen 

Structural behavior of a small-scale pre- 
stressed concrete reactor vessel. Nuclear 
Engineering and Design, 7, 6:15. 

PECK, RALPH B., Professor 
Articles 

Problems and opportunities — technology's 

legacy fgrom the quaternary. In Proc. 

symp. on the quaternary of Illinois, Univ. 

111. Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub. 14, pp. 138-44. 

PFEFFER, JOHN T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Increased loadings on digesters with recycle 
of digested solids. /. Water Poll. Cont. 
Fed.. 40:1920-33. 
With F. C. Hart, L. A. Schmid 

Field evaluation of aerators in activated 
sludge systems. Water and Sew. Wks., 
115:519-24. 

RICHARDS, ADRIAN F., Professor 
See Geology. 

ROBINSON, ARTHUR R., Professor 

Articles 

With R. N. Wright, S. R. Abdel-Samad 

BEF analogy for analysis of box girders. 

Proc. ASCE, 94, ST7: 1719-43. 
Analysis of box girders with diaphragms. 
Ibid., ST10:2231-56. 
With H. H. West 

Continuous method of suspension bridge 
analysis. Ibid., ST12:2861-82. 

SIESS, CHESTER P., Professor 

Articles 

With R. E. Woodring 

Influence surfaces for continuous plates. 
Proc. ASCE, 94, STl:211-26. 
With G. Gurfinkel 

Longitudinally restrained reinforced concrete 
beams. Ibid., ST3: 709-35. 
With A. Atlas, C. E. Kesler 

Control of cracking in slabs reinforced with 
welded wire fabric. ACI Pub. SP-20, pp. 
205-9. 
With iV. W. Krahl, C. P. Siess 

Discussion: Analysis of inclined cracking 
shear in slender reinforced concrete beams. 
/. ACI, d5: 335-41. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Criteria for selection and design of residential 
slabs-on-ground. Special Advisory Commit- 
tee of BRAB, Pub. 1571, Natl. Acad. 
Sciences, 288 pp. 

SOZEN, METE A., Professor 
Articles 

The Caracas earthquake of 29 July 1967. 
ACI J., 65, 5:394. 
With S. L. Paul 

Structural behavior of a small-scale pre- 



42 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



stressed concrete reactor vessel. Nucl. 
Eng. and Design, 7, 6:15. 
With W. A. Welsh, Jr. 

Analysis and control of Anchorage-zone crack- 
ing in prestressed concrete. Univ. III. 
Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. 493, 77 pp. 

STALLMEYER, JAMES E., Professor 
Articles 

With W. H. Walker 

Cumulative damage theories and application. 
Proc. ASCE, 94, ST12:2739-S0. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With W. H. Munse, F. P. Drew 

Structural fatigue and steel railroad bridges. 
Proc. AREA Seminar, 1S2 pp. 

THOMPSON, MARSHALL R., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Lime treated soils for pavement construction. 

Proc. ASCE, 94, HW2: 191-217. 
With B. J. Dempscy 

Durability properties of lime-soil mixtures. 

Highway Res. Bd. Record No. 235, Natl. 

Res. Coun., Natl. Acad. Sci., — Natl. Acad. 

Eng., pp. 61-75. 

THORNBURN, THOMAS H., Professor 
Articles 

Soil exploration. In Structural engineering 
handbook, ed. by E. H. Gaylord and C. N. 
Gaylord, McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 

5-24 to S-4S. 

WALKER, WILLIAM H., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With J. E. Stallmeyer 

Cumulative damage theories and application. 

Proc. ASCE, 94, ST12: 2739-50. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Model studies of the dynamic response of a 

multigirder highway bridge. Univ. III. 

Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. 495, 207 pp. 

WENZEL, HARRY G., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

A critical review of methods of measuring 

discharge within a sewer pipe. ASCE 

Urban Water Resources Res. Program 

Tech. Memor No. 4, 20 pp. 

WORT.MAN, ROBERT H., Instructor 
Articles 

With L. A. Webster 

Headlight glare as related to lateral vehicle 
separation. In Proc. symp. on visibility in 
the driving task, Texas A. & M. Univ. 
College Station, pp. 130-44. 
With others 

Headlight glare. Bibliography No. 46, High- 
way Res. Bd., Wash., D.C., 60 pp. 
With L. A. Webster, F. R. Yeatman 

An investigation of headlight glare as related 
to lateral separation of vehicles. Univ. III. 
Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. 496, 113 pp. 

WRIGHT, RICHARD N., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. C. Gustafson 

Analysis of skewed composite girder bridges. 
Proc. ASCE, 94, ST4: 919-41. 
With S. R. Abdel-Samad, A. R. Robinson 
BEF analogy for analysis of box girders. 
Ibid., ST7: 1719-43. 



Analysis of box girders with diaphragms. 
Ibid., STIO: 2231-56. 



YEN, BEN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Discussion: River hydraulics (the role of 
secondary currents), by H. A. Einstein. 
Proc. 12th Cong. lAHR, 5:200. 

Discussion: The effect of bend on the distri- 
bution and development of the macroturbu- 
lence intensity in open channel beds, by 
E. Masair. Ibid., pp. 284-85. 

Discussion: The analysis of secondary flow 
in bends of open channels, by J. A. Fox 
and D. J. Ball. Proc. Inst. Civ. Engrs., 
London, -#0: 582-83. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Bultmann, Edward H., Jr. (N. M. Newmark, 
Adviser), The response of buried cylinders 
to dynamic loading. 

Davis, Mackenzie L. (R. S. Engelbrecht, Ad- 
viser), Modeling urban atmospheric tempera- 
ture profiles. 

Carter, Robert L. (A. R. Robinson, Adviser), 
Free and forced vibrations of hyperboloidal 
shells of revolution. 

Cowan, Bruce M. (N. M. Newmark, Adviser), 
An analysis of circular cylindrical shells 
surrounded by an elastic foundation. 

El-Din, Mohamed K. (W. W. Hay, Adviser), 
Evaluation of the factors affecting capacity 
and operating efficiency of gravity-type rail- 
road classification yards. 

Enriquez, Alex C. (M. A. Sozen, Adviser), 
Strength and behavior of isotropically and 
nonisotropically reinforced slabs subjected to 
combinations of flexural and torsional mo- 
ments. 

Faccioli, Ezio (A. H.-S. Ang, Adviser), A 
discrete Eulerian model for spherical wave 
propagation in compressible media. 

Fedorkiw, James P. (M. A. Sozen, Adviser), 
Analysis of reinforced concrete frames with 
filler walls. 

Fisher, James M. (J. E. Stallmeyer, Adviser), 
Applicability of course grid sandwich con- 
struction for use as beam webs. 

Gates, Richard H. (D. U. Deere, Adviser), 
Inelastic analysis of slopes by the finite ele- 
ment memo. 

Gonzales-Caro, Alfonzo (S. J. Fenves, Ad- 
viser), A network-topological formulation of 
the analysis and design of rigid-plastic 
framed structures. 

Hall, Millard W. (R. S. Engelbrecht, Ad- 
viser), Uptake of soluble phosphate by acti- 
vated sludge. 

Howeedy, Mohamed F. (W. W. Hay, Ad- 
viser), Behavior of bituminous aggregate 
mix for use in railroad track. 

Iten, Robert M. (N. M. Newmark, Adviser), 
Behavior of missile silo closures designed to 
resist high overpressures. 

Jorden, Roger M. (B. B. Ewing, Adviser), 
Destabilization-aggregation of dilute colloidal 
suspensions by polyelectrolytes. 

Kinra, Ravindar K. (S. J. Fenves, Adviser), A 
computer-aided system for the analysis, design 
and checking of concrete structures. 

Kothandaraman, Veerasamy (B. B. Ewing, Ad- 
viser), A probabilistic analysis of dissolved 
oxygen-biochemical oxygen demand relation- 
ship in streams. 

Lai, John Y. (H. O. Ireland, Adviser), Effects 
of compressibility, permeability and void 



URBANA 43 



ratio variations on the classical theory of 
consolidation. 

Levey, James R. (M. Herrin, Adviser), A 
method for determining the effects of ran- 
dom variations in material properties on the 
behavior of layered systems. 

Lloyd, John P. (C. E. Kesler, Adviser), Be- 
havior of one-way flexural slabs reinforced 
with deformed wire and deformed wire fabric. 

Marcus, Nachman (V. T. Chow, Adviser), A 
laboratory and analytical study of surface 
runoff under moving rainstorms. 

Meredith, Dale D. (V. T. Chow, Adviser), 
Benefit analysis of hydroeconomic simulation. 

Oba, Jorge I. (A. H.-S. Ang, Adviser), On tlie 
reliability analysis of statically indeterminate 
structural systems. 

Pecknold, David A. (W. C. Schnobrich, Ad- 
viser), Finite element analysis of skewed 
shallow shells. 

Prasad, Triyugi (V. T. Chow, Adviser), 
Hydrologic analysis of watersheds as sto- 
chastic systems. 

Prendergast, James D. (W. J. Hall, Adviser), 
Evaluation of the 4-foot-diameter, 1500-kip- 
capacity dynamic load generator. 

Rao, Ramachandra A. (V. T. Chow, Adviser). 
Nonlinear analysis of the rainfall-runoff 
process. 

Rohmaller, Paul L. (W. J. Hall, Adviser), 
Arching effect for underground rectangular 
structures subjected to high static pressure. 

Sameh, Ahmed H. (A. H.-S. Ang, Adviser), 
Numerical analysis of axi-symmetric wave 
propagation in elastic-plastic layered media. 

Schindler, Larry (R. B. Peck, Adviser), De- 
sign and evaluation of a device for determin- 
ing the one-dimensional compression char- 
acteristics of soils subjected to impulse-type 
loads. 

Webster, Lee A. (J. E. Baerwald, Adviser), A 
simulation study of the effect of curb parking 
maneuvers on midblock traffic delay on urban 
arterial streets. 

Weggel, John R. (N. M. Newmark, Adviser), 
The impact pressures of breaking water waves. 



CLASSICS 

ALLEN, HUBERT L., Instructor 
Reviews 

Sicily: an archaeological guide, by Margaret 
Guido. Class. J., d^:140-4L 

BATEMAN, JOHN J., Professor and Head 

of Department 
Reviews 

The Poetry of Catullus, by C. H. Sisson. 

Class. World 61:254-55. 
Vox Romana, A Latin Anthology, by James 
J. Carey. Ibid., 62:63. 

HELLER, JOHN L., Professor 
Articles 

Seneca Epist. 15.9. Class. Philol., 6i:S4-5S. 
Linnaeus's Hortus Cliffortianus. Taxon, 17: 
663-719. 
Reviews 

Vox Latina, by W. Sidney Allen. Class. J., 
(52:87-91. 1967. 

JACOBSON, HOWARD, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Lucretius II, 178-81. Mnemosyne, n.s. 4, 20: 
298-99. 



Horace and Augustus: an interpretation of 
Carm. 1.35. Class. Philol., di:106-13. 

NAOUMIDES, MARK, Associate Professor 
Articles 

New fragments of ancient Greek poetry. 
GRBS, 9, 3:267-90. 

PERRY, BEN E., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Who was Lucius of Patrae? Class. J., 64: 
97-101. 

SCANLAN, RICHARD T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Changes in the CEEB AP Latin. Class. 
World, 62, 2:46. 

WALLACH, LUITPOLD, Professor 
Books 

Alcuin and Charlemagne: Studies in Caro- 

lingian history and literature (2nd rev. 

and amended ed.). Cornell Univ. Press 

and Johnson Reprint Corp., N.Y. -London, 

335 pp. 
Reviews 

Karl der Grosse: Lebenswerk und Nachleben 

(vols. 3-4), ed. W. Braunfels. Amer. Hist. 

Rev., 74:132-33. 

WOLVERTON, ROBERT E., Associate 
Professor 

Reviews 

Before Olympos, a study of the Aniconic 
origins of Poseidon, Hermes and Eros, by 
Elmer G. Suhr. Class. I., 63, 8:370-71. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 
Shucard, Stephen C. (A. Turyn, Adviser), The 
use of gnomes in Sophocles' poetry. 



COMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING 
COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH 

CAREY, JAMES W., Research Associate 
Professor 
See Journalism. 

FISHBEIN, MARTIN E., Research Associate 
Professor 
See Psychology. 

GUBACK, THOMAS H., Research Assistant 
Professor 
See Journalism. 

JAKOBOVITS, LEON A., Research Associate 
Professor 
See Psychology. 

MERRITT, RICHARD L., Research Associate 
Professor 
See Political Science. 

OSGOOD, CHARLES E., Research Professor 
See Psychology. 

SIMON, RITA J., Research Professor 
See Sociology. 

WIGGINS, NANCY A., Research Assistant 
Professor 
See Psvchology. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 
Auer, Emma (S. W. Dunn, Adviser), The 
function of empathy as represented in trans- 



44 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



actional models of communication: a test of 
professional and student advertising com- 
municators. 

Bayley, Richard B. (J. W. Jensen, Adviser), 
Freedom and regulation of the Russian period- 
ical press, 190S-1914. 

Colldeweih, Jack H. (H. S. Maclay, Adviser), 
The effects of mass media consumption on 
accuracy of beliefs about the candidates in 
a local congressional election. 

Evans, James F. (T. B. Peterson, Adviser), 
B. D. Butler and the crusading years of 
Prairie Fanney-WL.S. 

Everly, Jack C. (T. B. Peterson, Adviser), 
Continuing education instruction via the mass 
media. 

Foreman, Ronald C, Jr. (T. B. Peterson, Ad- 
viser), Jazz and race records, 1920-32; their 
origins and their significance for the record 
industry and society. 

Fulton, Robert B. (H. S. Maclay, Adviser), 
Attitude change: a homeostatic model of the 
listener. 

Kitson, John W. (C. H. Sandage, Adviser), 
Profile of a growth industry: American book 
publishing at inid-century, with an emphasis 
on the integration and consolidation activity 
between 1959 and 1965. 

Martin, James E. (C. E. Osgood, Adviser), A 
study of the determinants of preferred adjec- 
tive order in English. 

Robinson, Gertrude J. (J. R. Gusfield, Ad- 
viser), Tanjug: Yugoslavia's multi- faceted 
national news agency. 

Ryan, William D. (C. H. Sandage, Adviser), 
The development of the Federal Trade Com- 
mission's authority to regulate advertising. 

Saunders, Lowell S. (H. J. Skornia, Adviser), 
The national religious broadcasters and the 
availability of commercial radio time. 

Utz, Walter J., Jr. (H. S. Maclay, Adviser), 
The comparative effect of color and black 
and white film clips upon rated perception 
of reality. 

Wilson, Noel A. (T. B. Peterson, Adviser), 
The Kansas City call: an inside view of the 
Negro market. 

Winter, Willis L., Jr. (C. H. Sandage, Ad- 
viser), The metamorphosis of a newspaper: 
the San Francisco Chronicle, 1935-1965. 



COMMUNITY PLANNING 

FREUND, ERIC C, Associate Professor 

Books 

With W. I. Goodman 

Principles and practice of urban planning. 

Intnl. City Managers' Assn., Wash., D.C., 

621 pp. 
Articles 

The history and philosophy of planning 

(second and last part). Tenn. Planner, 27, 

3:81-89. 

GUTTENBERG, ALBERT Z., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The social uses of city planning. Plan 
Canada, 9, 1:6-14. 

Eine bedeutungen des begriffes "Sozial contra 
Physisch" in der Amerikanischen stadt- 
planung. Informationen, Institute Fur 
Raumordnung, Bad Godesburg, 18, 14: 
411-22. 



HANSEN, WILLARD B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Quantitative methods in urban planning. In 
Principles and practice of urban planning, 
ed. by Goodman and Freund, Intnl. City 
Managers' Assn., Wash., D.C., pp. 276-94. 

Metropolitan planning and the new compre- 
hensiveness. /. Amer. Inst. Plan., 34, 5 : 
295-302. 

HEIKOFF, JOSEPH M., Professor 
Articles 

Urban politics and planning. In III. Munic- 
ipal Rev., 47, 4:7-10; 40. 



COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 

ALDRIDGE, A. OWEN, Professor 
See French. 

FREY. JOHN R., Professor 

See Germanic Languages and Literatures. 

JOST, FRANCOIS, Professor 
See French. 

KNUST, Herbert, Associate Professor 

See Germanic Languages and Literatures. 

MONTANO, ROCCO, Professor 

See Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Johnson, Roe'er B., Jr. (F. Jost, Adviser). 

Anatomy of a literary device: the included 

letter. 
Smalley, Barbara M. (F. Jost, Adviser), The 

pattern of illusion : a correlative study in 

the novels of Flaubert and George Eliot. 



COMPUTER SCIENCE 

FAIMAN, MICHAEL, Assistant Professor of 

Computer Science 
Articles 
With W. J. Poppelbaum, D. Casasent, 

D. S. Sand 
On-line Fourier transform of video images. 

Proc. IEEE, 5d: 1744-46. 

FOSDICK, LLOYD D., Professor of Computer 

Science and Physics 
Articles 

The Monte Carlo method of quantum sta- 
tistics. SI AM Rev., 10, 3:315-28. 
A special case of the filon quadrature for- 
mula. Math. Computation, 22, 101:77-81. 
With H. F. Jordan 

Three-particle effects in the pair distribution 
function for He'* gas. Physical Rev., 171, 
1:128-49. 
Approximation of a conditional Wiener inte- 
gral. /. Computational Phys., 3, 1:1-16. 

GEAR, CHARLES W., Professor of Computer 

Science and Applied Mathematics 
Articles 

The automatic integration of stiff ordinary 
differential equations. Proc. Intnl. Fed. Inf. 
Soc. 1968 Conf., pp. AS1-A85. 

Computer aided programming system. In 
Emerging concepts in computer graphics, 
ed. by Secrest and Nievergelt. W. A. 
Benjamin, Inc., N.Y., pp. 171-88. 



URBAN A 45 



IBARAKI, TOSHIHIDE, Research Associate 

Articles 

With S. Yajima 

A theory of completely monotonic functions 
and its applications to threshold logic. 
IEEE Trans. Computers, C-17, 3:214-29. 
Realization of arbitrary logic functions by 
completely monotonic functions and its ap- 
plications to threshold logic. Ibid., 4:338-51. 
With S. Yajima, I. Kawano 

On autonomous logic nets of threshold ele- 
ments. Ibid., 4:385-91. 

KOGA, YOSHIAKI, Research Associate 
Articles 

With H. Mine, T. Hasegawa 

Asynchronous transmission schemes for dig- 
ital information. Proc. Hawaii Intnl. Conf. 
Sys. Sci., pp. 772-75. 
With K. A. Foster, H. Mine 

Comments on "Basic properties and a con- 
struction method for fail-safe Logical sys- 
tems." IEEE Trans. Elec. Comp., C-17, 
7:702. 

KUCK, DAVID J., Associate Professor of 

Computer Science 
Articles 

ILLIAC IV software and application pro- 
gramming. IEEE Trans. Computers, C-17, 
8:758-70. 
With G. Barnes, R. Brown, M. Kato, 
D. Slotnick, R. Stokes 
The ILLIAC IV computer. Ibid., pp. 746-57. 

MUROGA, SABURO, Professor of Computer 
Science and Electrical Engineering 

Reviews 

Threshold logic, by P. M. Lewis, II and 
C. L. Coates. IEEE Spectrum, July, p. 136. 

NIEVERGELT, JURG, Associate Professor of 

Computer Science and Mathematics 
Books Edited 

With D. Secrest 

Emerging concepts in computer graphics. 
Proc. 1967 Univ. 111. Conf., W. A. 
Benjamin, Inc., N.Y., 418 pp. 
Articles 

Computers and computing — past, present, 

future. IEEE Spectrum, 5, 1:57-61. 
Hit-and-run on a graph. /. Recr. Math., 1, 
2:112-17. 



PASTA, JOHN R., Professor of Computer Sci- 
ence and Physics; Head, Department of 
Computer Science 

Articles 

With E. A. Jackson, J. F. Waters 

Thermal conductivity of one-dimensional lat- 
tices. /. Computational Phys., 2, 3:207-27. 

POPPELBAUM, WOLFGANG, Professor of 

Computer Science and Electrical 

Engineering 
Articles 

With M. Faiman, D. Casasent, D. S. Sand 
On-line Fourier transform of video images. 

Proc. IEEE, 56, 10:1744-46. 
With T. K. Koo 

Optoelectronic switching matrix. Proc. 1968 

Microelectronics Symp., St. Louis, Mo., pp. 

C5-1-6. 



RAY, SYLVIAN R. Associate Professor 
of Computer Science and Electrical 
Engineering 

Articles 

Prospects and problems in designing image 
oriented information systems. Proc. 5th 
Ann. Clinic Library Applications Data Pro- 
cessing, Univ. 111., Urbana, 1967, pp. 8-28. 
Design of an image oriented information re- 
trieval system. Proc. FID-IFIP Conf. 
Mechanised Inf. Storage, Retrieval, and 
Dissemination, Rome, 1967, ed. by K. Sam- 
uelson, North-Holland Pub. Co., Amster- 
dam, pp. 692-711. 

SAYLOR, PAUL E., Assistant Professor 
of Computer Science 

Articles 

A priori estimates for continuation problems 
for elliptic and principally normal differen- 
tial equations. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 
ij5: 860-88. 

SLOTNICK, DANIEL L., Professor 

of Computer Science 
Articles 
With G. H. Barnes, R. M. Brown, M. Kato, 

D. J. Kuck, R. Stokes 
The ILLIAC IV computer. IEEE Trans. 

Computers, C-17, 8:746-57. 

SNYDER, JAMES N., Professor of Computer 

Science and Physics; Associate Head of 

Computer Science 
Articles 
With W. P. Trower, J. R. Ficenec, 

R. I. Hulsieer, J. Lathrop, W. P. Swanson 
Some two-body final states of K-p interactions 

at 1.33 GeV/c*. Physical Rev., 170, 

5:1207-22. 
With P. G. Kriiger, W. B. Sampson 

Progress in superconducting beam handling 

and accelerator structures since November 

1966. /. Appl. Phys., 39, 6:2633. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 
Richardson, Fontaine K. (C. W. Gear, Ad- 
viser), Graphical specification of computation. 



COORDINATED SCIENCE LABORATORY 

ANNER, GEORGE E., Professor of 

Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Professor of Electrical Engineering 
See Electrical Engineering. 

BOHMER, HEINRICH, Research Assistant 
Professor of Coordinated Science 
Laboratory and Assistant Professor 
of Physics 

Articles 

With T. Neumann 

Diffusion des silbers in aluminium. /. Phys. 
Chcm. Solids, 29:237. 

With J. Chang, M. Raether 

Generation of smeared out electron beams for 
experiments on weak plasma turbulence. 
Rev. Sci. Instr., 39: 1873. 

CHIEN, ROBERT T., Professor of 

Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Professor of Electrical Engineering 
See Electrical Engineering. 

COMPTON, W. DALE, Professor of Physics 
and Director of Coordinated Science 
Laboratory 



46 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Articles 

With R. J. Spry 

Recombination luminescence in n-type Czoch- 
ralski silicon. In Lattice defects in semicon- 
ductors, Univ. Tokyo Press, Japan, pp. 
303-11. 

Recombination luminescence of irradiated 
silicon. In Radiation effects in semiconduc- 
tors, ed. by F. L. Vook, Plenum Pub. 
Corp., N.Y., pp. 421-34. 

Recombination luminescence in irradiated 
silicon. Phys. Rev., 175, 3:1010-20. 
With R. A. Hcwes 

Recombination lifetimes in gamma-irradiated 
p-type float zone silicon. In Lattice defects 
in semiconductors, Univ. Tokyo Press, 
Japan, pp. 287-302. 
With J. L. Bocttler 

Luminescent excitation spectra of F and M 
centers in KCl. Phys. Rev., 173. 3:884-51. 

CRUZ, JOSE B., JR., Research Professor of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Professor of Electrical Engineering 
See Electrical Engineering. 

FENVES, STEVEN J., Research Professor of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Professor of Civil Engineering 
See Civil Engineering. 

HADDAD, ABRAHAM H., Research Assistant 

Professor of Coordinated Science 

Laboratory and Assistant Professor of 

Electrical Engineering 
Articles 

On a class of step processes. Proc. 2nd Ann. 

Princeton Conf. Info. Sci. and Sys., pp. 

169-73. 
Optimum filtering with a class of nonlinear 

systems. IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, 

AC-13, 3:289-92. 
On a nonlinear feedback filtering system. 

IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, IT-14, 4:532-35. 
Nonlinear prediction of a class of random 

processes. Ibid., 5:664-68. 
With J. B. Thomas 

On optimal and suboptimal nonlinear filters 

for discrete inputs. Ibid., 1:16-21. 
Some aspects of zero-memory nonlinear filter- 
ing. /. Franklin Institute, 285, 2:98-109. 
With P. V. Kokotovic 

Estimators for optimally sensitive systems. 

Proc. IEEE, 56, 8:1399-1400. 
With I. B. Thomas, D. S. Kuykendall 

Series approximations for optimum ZNL 

filters. IEEE Trans. Circuit Theory, CT-15, 

3:201-5. 

HICKS, BRUCE L., Research Professor of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Computer-based Education Research 
Laboratory; Professor of Aeronautical 
and Astronautical Engineering and 
Division of Social Studies 

Articles 

With Margaret A. Smith 

On the accuracy of Monte Carlo solutions of 
the non-linear Boltzmann equation. /. 
Comptitational Physics, 3:58-79. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With S. M. Yen 

Calculations of the Boltzmann collision inte- 
grals to rarefied gas flow problems. APS 
Bulletin. 13, 11:1599. 
Initial behavior of the pseudo-shock. Ibid., 
5:807. 



JACKSON, E. ATLEE, Research Associate 
Professor of Coordinated Science Laboratory 
and Associate Professor of Physics 

Books 

Equilibrium statistical mechanics. Prentice- 
Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 241 pp. 

Articles 

With J. R. Pasta, J. F. Waters 

Thermal conductivity of one-dimensional 
lattices. /. Computational Phys., 2, 2: 
207-27. 

KOKOTOVIC PETAR V., Visiting Research 
Associate Professor of Coordinated Science 
Laboratory and Visiting Associate Professor 
of Electrical Engineering 
See Electrical Engineering. 

LYMAN, ELISABETH R., Research Assistant 
Professor of Coordinated Science Laboratory 
and Computer-based Educational Research 
Laboratory 

Articles 

Computer-based education. III. Sch. Bd. I., 
35. 4:4-7. 

LYMAN, ERNEST M., Research Professor of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Professor of Physics 

Articles 

Effects of gas conditioning on cathode sur- 
faces, field emission and electrical break- 
down. Proc. 3rd intnl. symp. discharges 
and elec. insulation in vacuum, Paris, Sep- 
tember 1968, pp. 128-33. 

MAYEDA, WATARU, Research Professor of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory and 
Professor of Electrical Engineering 

Articles 

With L. S. Hakimi, W. K. Chen, N. Deo 
Generation of complete trees. IEEE Trans. 

Circuit Theory, CT-15, 2:101-5. 
Maximum flow under controlled edge flows. 
Proc. 1968 IEEE Intnl. Conf. Commun.. 
pp. 694-98. 

MEDANIC, JURAJ, Research Associate of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory 

Articles 

With C.-I. Chen 

Performance segment design of linear con- 
trol systems. Proc. 2nd Ann. Princeton 
Conf. Inf. Sci. and Sys., Princeton Univ. 
Press, pp. 47-53. 
An elimination algorithm for computation of 
the minimax. Proc. 6th Ann. Allerton 
Conf. Circuit and Sys. Theory, Univ. 
Illinois, Urbana, pp. 800-810. 

METZE, GERNOT Research Associate Pro- 
fessor of Coordinated Science Laboratory 
and Associate Professor of Electrical Engi- 
neering 
Articles 
With E. S. Davidson 

Module complexity and NAND network de- 
sign algorithms. Proc. 6th Ann. Allerton 
Conf. Circuit and Sys. Theory, Univ. Illi- 
nois, Urbana, pp. 538-48. 
Comments on "an algorithm for synthesis of 
multiple-output combinational logic." IEEE 
Trans. Computers (Short Notes), C-17, pp. 
1091-92. 
With D. R. Schertz 

On the indistinguishability of faults in digital 
systems. Proc. 6th Ann. Allerton Conf. 



URBANA 47 



Circuits and Sys. Theory, Univ. Illinois, 
Urbana, pp. 752-60. 
With A. Wojcik 

A reexamination of ternary switching theory. 
Ibid., pp. 711-21. 

PERKINS, WILLIAM R., Research Associate 
Professor of Coordinated Science Labo- 
ratory and Associate Professor of Electrical 
Engineering 
See Electrical Engineering. 

PREPARATA, FRANCO P., Research Asso- 
ciate Professor of Coordinated Science 
Laboratory and Associate Professor of 
Electrical Engineering 
Articles 

Weight and distance structure of Nordstrom- 
Robinson quadratic code. Inf. and Control, 
12, 5/6:466-73. 

Convolutional transformation and recovery of 
binary sequences. IEEE Trans. Computers, 
C-17, 7:649-55. 

A class of optimum nonlinear double-error- 
correcting codes. Inf. and Control, 13, 4: 
378-401. 

An alternate description and a new decoding 
procedure of Nordstrom-Robinson optimum 
code. Proc. 2nd Ann. Princeton Conf. Inf. 
Sci. and Sys., Princeton Univ. Press, pp. 
131-34. 
With S. J. Hong, R. T. Chien 

Some contributions to the theory of arithmetic 
codes. Proc. Hawaii Intnl. Conf. Svs. 
Sci., pp. 460-62. 

RAETHER, MANFRED, Research Professor 

of Coordinated Science Laboratory and 

Professor of Physics 
Arficles 
With J. Chang, H. Bohmer 

Generation of smeared out electron beams for 

experiments on weak plasma turbulence. 

Rev. Sci. Instr. 39, 12:1873-74. 

RESCH, RONALD, Research Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Coordinated Science Laboratory 
and Assistant Professor of Architecture 
and Computer Science 

Arficles 

Experimental structures. In Emerging con- 
cepts of computer graphics, ed. by Secrest 
and Nievergelt, W. A. Benjamin, Inc., 
N.Y. 
Computer drawings. In Cybernetic seren- 
dipity, the computer and the arts, A Studio 
Intnl. Special Issue, ed. by Jasia Reichardt, 
Studio International, London. 

SKAPERDAS, DOMINIC O., Senior Research 
Engineer of Coordinated Science Labo- 
ratory and Associate Director of Computer- 
based Educational Research Laboratory 

Articles 

With D. L. Bitzer 

PLATO IV — an economically viable large- 
scale computer-based education system. 
Proc. Natl. Electronics Conf., 24:351-56. 

SLOTTOW, HIRAM GENE, Research Asso- 
ciate Professor of Coordinated Science 
Laboratory and Associate Professor of 
Electrical Engineering 

Arficles 

With D. L. Bitzer 

The plasma display panel — a new device for 
direct display of graphics. In Emerging 
concept in computer graphics, ed. by 



Secrest and Nievergelt, W. A. Benjamin, 
Inc., N.Y., pp. 3-28. 
Principles and applications of the plasma 
display panel. Proc. OAR Res. Applica- 
tions Conf., Ofc. Aeropsace Research, 
Arlington, Va., 1: A1-A43. In Proc. Symp. 
Microelectronics and Electronic Sys.. St. 
Louis Section and Professional Group on 
Parts, Materials, and Packaging, IEEE, 
pp. C61-C610. 

TRICK, TIMOTHY N., Research Assistant 
Professor of Coordinated Science Labo- 
ratory and Assistant Professor of Elec- 
trical Engineering 

Books Edited 

With R. T. Chien 

Proceedings of the sixth annual Allerton 
conference on circuit and system theory, 
Univ. 111., Eng. Exp. Sta., Urbana, 902 pp. 

Articles 

Bounded-input — bounded output stability of 
RC networks containing N nonlinear_ time- 
varying capacitors. Proc. 11th Midwest 
Symp. Circuit Theory, 11:352-60. 

VON FOERSTER, HEINZ M., Research Pro- 
fessor of Coordinated Science Laboratory 
and Professor of Electrical Engineering 
See Electrical Engineering. 

YEN, SHEE-MANG, Research Professor of 
Coordinated Science Laboratory and Pro- 
fessor of Aeronautical and Astronautical 
Engineering 
Sec Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering. 



DAIRY SCIENCE 

BROQUIST, HARRY P., Professor 

Articles 

With S. D. Aiist, K. L. Rinehart, Jr. 

Slaframine: A parasympathomimetric from 

Rhizoctonia leguminicola. Biotech. Biocng., 
i0:403-12. 
With C. R. Burke 

Growth of a Neuropsora crassa lysine auxo- 
troph on glutaric acid. Biochem. Biophys. 
Res. Comm.. 32, 3:487-91. 
With R. A. Gardiner, K. L. Rinehart, Jr.. 
J. J. Snyder 
Slaframine. Absolute stereochemistry and a 
revised structure. /. Am. Chem. Soc, 90: 
5639. 
M'ith R. W. Hogg 

Homocitrate formation in Neurospora crassa. 
J. Biol. Chem., 243, 8:1839-45. 

BROWN, RICHARD E., Professor 
Articles 

The efficiency of energy utilization in animal 
production. In Animal production and 
world food needs, Univ. III., Coll. Agr. 
Spec. Pub. 12, pp. 14-18. 
With J. A. Bines 

Incorporation of carbon from acetate and 
butyrate into milk components. /. Dairy 
Sci., 51, 5:698-705. 
With S. D. Farlin, U. S. Garrigus 

In vivo metabolism of biuret and urea by 
sheep. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 3:771-75. 

BRYANT, MARVIN P., Professor 

Articles 

With K. F. Langenherg, R. S. Wolfe 

Hydrogen-oxidizing methane bacteria. II. 



48 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Electron microscopy. /. Bacterial., 95, 3: 
1124-29. 

With B. C. McBride, R. S. Wolfe 

Hydrogen-o.xidizing methane bacteria. I. 
Cultivation and methanogenesis. Ibid., 3: 
1118-23. 

With I. M. Robinson 

Effects of diet, time after feeding, and posi- 
tion sampled on numbers of viable bacteria 
in the bovine rumen. /. Dairy Sci., 51, 
12:1950-55. 

With C. M. Thorley, M. E. Sharpe 

Modification of the rumen bacterial flora by 
feeding cattle ground and pelleted rough- 
age as determined with culture media with 
and without rumen fluid. Ibid., 11:1811-16. 

CASH, JACOB G., Professor 
Articles 

With I. Johansson 

Dairymen rate their own cows. Hoard's 
Dairyman, 113, 11:692. 

DOUGLAS, L. JULIA, Research Associate 

Articles 

With J. Baddiley 

A lipid intermediate in the biosynthesis of a 
teichoic acid. FEBS Letters, /:114. 
With J. Baddiley, N. L. Bulmson 

The biosynthesis of the wall teichoic acid in 
Staphylococcus lactis 13. Biochem. J., 110: 
565. 

FRYMAN, LEO R., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Getting the most from chemical analysis of 
roughages for dairy cattle. Univ. III. Coll. 
Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 994. 11 pp. 
With K. E. Harshbarger, A. J. Mttehling 
Feeding, managing and housing dairy calves. 
Ibid., Circ. 992. 12 pp. 

GRAVES, CHARLES N., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With P. J. Dziuk 

Control of ovulation in dairy cattle with 
human chorionic gonadotropin after treat- 
ment with 6 a-methyl-17 a-acetoxyproges- 
terone. /. Reprod. Pert., 17:169-72. 
With J. R. Lodge, P. G. Harms 

Effect of 2-deoxyglucose on bovine spermato- 
zoan metabolism and preservation. /. Dairy 
Sci., 51, 7:1085-90. 
With J. R. Lodge, G. W. Salisbury 

Carbon dioxide in anaerobic spermatozoan 
metabolism. Ibid., 1:96-103. 

HARSHBARGER, KENNETH E., Professor 

Articles 

With K. A. Kendall, R. L. Hays, 
E. E. Ormiston 
Postpartum variations in the blood composi- 
tion of the dairy cow as associated with 
prepartum rations. III. Res., 10, 3:16-17. 

With H. B. Puckett, E. F. Olver 

Automatic livestock feeding. In Science for 
better living. The yearbook of agriculture 
1968. USDA. Wash., D.C., pp. 125-28. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With L. R. Fryman, A. J. Muehling 

Feeding, managing and housing dairy calves. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 992. 
12 pp. 



HAYS, RAY L., Professor 
Articles 

With K. A Kendall, K. E. Harshbarger, 
E. E. Ormiston 
Postpartum variations in the blood composi- 
tion of the dairy cow as associated with 
prepartum rations. ///. Res., 10, 3:16-17. 
With N. L. VanDemark, C. A. Zogg 

Effect of hyper- and hypoglycemia accompany- 
ing cryptorchidism on testis function. Am. 
J. Physiol., 215, 4:977-84. 
With C. A. Zogg, N. L. VanDemark, 
A. D. Johnson 
Effect of duration of experimental crypto- 
chidism on testis composition and metabolic 
activity. Ibid., 4:985-90. 

KENDALL, KENTON A., Professor 

Articles 

With K. E. Harshbarger, R. L. Hays, 
E. E. Ormiston 
Postpartum variations in the blood composi- 
tion of the dairy cow as associated with 
prepartum rations. III. Res., 10, 3:16-17. 

LARSON, BRUCE L., Professor 
Articles 

With G. N. Jorgensen 

Conversion of phenylalanine to tyrosine in 
the bovine mammary secretory cell. Bio- 
chim. Biophys. Acta, 165:121-26. 
With D. J. Schingoethe, E. C. Hageman 

Essential amino acids for milk protein syn- 
thesis in the in vitro secretory cell and 
stimulation by elevated levels. Ibid., 148: 
469-74. 

LODGE, ROBERT, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With C. N. Graves, G. W. Salisbury 

Carbon dioxide in anaerobic spermatozoan 
metabolism. /. Dairy Sci., 51, 1:96-103. 
With P. G. Harms, C. N. Graves 

Effect of 2-deoxyglucose on bovine spermato- 
zoan metabolism and preservation. Ibid., 
51, 7:1085-90. 
With J. F. Roche, P. J. Dziuk 

Competition between fresh and aged sperm- 
atozoa in fertilizing rabbit eggs. /. Reprod. 
Pert., 16:155-57. 

ORMISTON, EMMETT E., Professor 

Articles 

With K. A. Kendall, K. E. Harshbarger, 
R. L. Hays 
Postpartum variations in the blood composi- 
tion of the dairy cow as associated with 
prepartum rations. ///. Res., 10, 3:16-17. 

SALISBURY, GLENN W., Professor 
Articles 

Aging of spermatozoa during storage and 
DNA. Proc. 2nd Tech. Conf. Artificial 
Insem. and Reprod., February, pp. 27-32. 

Can the animal agriculture teachers and 
scientists of the American landgrant uni- 
versities really contribute to world food 
needs? In Animal Production and World 
Food Needs, Univ. III., Coll. Agr. Spec. 
Pub. 12, pp. 44-56. 
With J. R. Lodge. C. N. Graves 

Carbon dioxide in anaerobic spermatozoan 
metabolism. /. Dairy Sci., 51, 1:96-103. 



URBAN A 49 



WOLIX, MEYER J., Professor 

Articles 

mth IV. H. Rufcncr, Jr. 

Effect of ecu on CHi and volatile acid pro- 
duction in continuous cultures of rumen 
organisms and in a sheep rumen. Appt. 
Microbiol., 16. 12:1955-56. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Hegmann, Joseph P. (J. C. DeFries, Adviser), 
A quantitative genetic analysis of components 
of open-field behavior in mice. 

Peterson, Raymond G. (R. W. Touchberry, Ad- 
viser), Effects of mass selection on the non- 
additive portion of the genetic variance in a 
simulated genetic population. 

Sachan, Dileep S. (C. L. Davis, Adviser), 
Hydrogenation of long chain unsaturated 
fatty acids by pure cultures of rumen 
bacteria. 



DEAN OF STUDENTS' OFFICE 

LEVY, STANLEY R., Associate Dean of 

Students 
Reviews 

The college experience, by Mervin B. Freed- 

man. J. Higher Educ, 39:359-60. 



ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH 

BASSIE, V LEWIS, Professor 
Articles 

Outline of economic planning for under- 
developed countries. Socio-Economic Sci., 

1:461-64. 
A program of monthly industrial statistics 

for Columbia. Estadistica, 98, March, pp. 

65-82. 
Subsidies. In International encyclopedia of 

the social sciences, Crowell Collier and 

Macmillan, N.Y., pp. 333-67. 
Can we balance our foreign accounts? ///. 

Bus. Rev., 25. 1:2-8. 
Consumption no guarantee of growth. Ibid., 

25, 2:2-8. 
Can gold hoarders control its price? Ibid., 

25, 3:2-8. 
More about gold and money. Ibid., 25, 

4:2-8. 
The un-real rate of interest. Ibid., 25, 5: 

2-8. 
Inflation in economic policy. Ibid., 25, 6: 

2-8. 
Must balance of payments depress us? Ibid., 

25, 7:2-8. 
Attacks on the 1970 census. Ibid., 25, 8:2-8. 
The goal of business. Ibid., 25, 9:2-8. 
The conglomerating stock market. Ibid., 25, 

10:2-8. 
Economics of inflationary boomlets. Ibid., 25, 

11:2-8. 

GUTHRIE, HAROLD W., Professor 
Articles 

The ritual of the riot report. III. Bus. Rev., 
25, 4:6-8. 

SCHILLER, HERBERT I., Professor 
Articles 

Social control and individual freedom. Bull. 

Atomic Sci., May, pp. 16-21. 
The use of American power in the post- 
colonial world. Massachusetts Rev., Autumn, 
pp. 631-50. 



Economics. In Good Reading, ed. by J. 
Sherwood Weber, New American Library, 
Weybright and Talley, N.Y., pp. 219-24. 
Reviews 

Radio-television broadcasting on the European 
continent. AV. Comm. Rev., Fall, pp. 
326-29. 

The first freedom. The Nation, June 24, 
pp. 835-36. 

The national conventions. Educ. Broadcast- 
ing Rev., December, pp. 69-71. 



ECONOMICS 

BASSIE, V LEWIS, Professor 

See Economic and Business Research. 

BRANDIS, ROYALL, Professor 
Books 

Principles of economics. Richard D. Irwin, 

Inc., Homewood, 111., 712 pp. 
Instructor's manual to accompany Principles 
of economics. Ibid., 137 pp. 
Articles 

The myth of absolute advantage: reply. 
Amer. Econ. Rev., 58, 3:520-22. 

BREMS, HANS J., Professor 
Books 

Quantitative economic theory. John Wiley 
and Sons, N.Y., 514 pp. 
Articles 

Linear programming, sales constraints, and 
optimum quality of output. In Marketing 
and the new science of planning, ed. by 
R. L. King, Amer. Marketing Assn., Chi- 
cago, pp. 63-68. 
Kvalitetsoptimering. Markedsokonomi, 2, 4: 
233-41. 

CUMMINGS, RALPH W., Assistant Professor 
Books > 

Pricing efficiency in the Indian wheat market. 
Impex, New Delhi, India. 203 pp. 1967. 
Articles 

Effectiveness of pricing in an Indian wheat 
market: a case study of Kharra, Punjab. 
Amer. J. Agricultural Econ., August, pp. 
687-770. 
With R. W. Herdt, S. K. Ray 

New agricultural strategy revisited. Eco- 
nomic and Political Wkly., pp. A-lS-A-23. 

DUE, JOHN F., Professor 

Books 

With Frances Juris 

Rails to the Ochoco country: the city of 

Prineville railway. Golden West Books, 

San Marion, Calif., 225 pp. 
Government finance: economics of the public 

sector (4th ed.). Richard D. Irwin, Inc., 

Homewood, 111., 485 pp. 
Articles 

The new state sales taxes 1961-1968. Natl. 

Tax J.. 21, 3:266-87. 
Is the perfectly competitive model useful for 

analysis of price reactions to tax changes? 

Ibid., 21, 2:224-26. 
Liability of out of state mail order vendors 

for collection of use tax. Ibid., 20, 4: 

463-68. 
Trends in state sales taxation in the United 

States. Canadian Tax J., 16, 4:307-15. 
Indirect taxes and relative prices: comment. 

Qt. J. Econ., 82, 2:340-43. 



50 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Impuestos a las ventas. Im Centra Inter- 
americano de Administradores Tributaries, 
Docunientos y Adas de la Primera Asam- 
blea General, Buenos Aires, pp. 443-58. 

The Illinois tax structure. ///. Bus. Rev., 25, 
3:6-8. 

Sales and excise taxes. In Encyc. of the 
Social Sciences, pp. 5S0-SS. 

Requirements of a tax structure in a develop- 
ment economy. In Readings on ta.vation in 
developing countries, ed. by R. M. Bird 
and O. Oldman, Johns Hopkins Press, 
Baltimore, pp. 33-41, 1967. 
Reviews 

Public finance and economic development of 
Natal, by Z. Konczacki. Canadian J. Econ., 
1, 3:663-64. 

FERBER, ROBERT, Professor 
See Survey Research Laboratory. 

FLANDERS, DWIGHT P., Professor 

Articles 

With J. F. Niss 

Custom production and the ideal transaction. 
Land Economics, 44, 3:293-306. 

FOLK, HUGH W., Associate Professor 
See Labor and Industrial Relations. 

HARBESON, ROBERT W., Professor 
Articles 

The rail passenger service problem revisited. 
Pub. mil. Fortnightly, 82, 13:28-33. 

HARTMAN, PAUL T., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Labour relations in the motor industry: a 
study of industrial unrest and an inter- 
national comparison, by H. A. Turner. /. 
Bus., 41:280-81. 
Industrial relations in a British car factory, 
by G. Clack. Ibid., pp. 280-81. 

HEINS, A. JAMES, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Elements of a theory of local borrowing. 
Proc. Natl. Tax Assn., 60, pp. 75-86. 

JUDGE, GEORGE G., Professor 
Articles 

The search for quantitative economic knovifl- 

edge. AJAE, 50, 5:1703-18. 
With T. C. Lee, A. Zellner 

Maximum likelihood and Bayesian estimation 

of transition probabilities. /. Amer. Stat. 

Assn., 63, 4:1162-80. 

KEMMERER, DONALD L., Professor 
Reviews 

China market: America's quest for informal 
empire, 1893-1901, by Thomas J. McCor- 
mick. In The annals of the American 
Academy of Political and Social Science, 
377:\97. 

LEUTHOLD, JANE H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An empirical study of formula income trans- 
fers and the work decision of the poor. 
/. Human Resources, 3, 3:312-23. 
The impact of industrial development on 
local finance: A comment. Qt. Rev. Econ. 
and Bus., 8, 3:76-79. 
With M. H. David 

Formulas for income maintenance: their 
distributional impact. NTJ, 21, 1:70-93. 



MILLAR, JAMES R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

On the merits of the convergence hypothesis. 

J El, 2, 1:60-68. 
Recent east European economic change: a 
discussion. Proc. Natl. Assn. Comparative 
Econ., DeKalb, 111., pp. 28-33. 
Reviews 

A. V. Chayanov on the theory of peasant 
economy, ed. by Thorner, Kerblay, and 
Smith. Southwestern Soc. Sci. Qt., 48, 4: 
644-45. 

MOVER, M. EUGENE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. W. Paden 

On the efficiency of the high school economics 
course. Amer. Econ. Rev., 58, 4:870-77. 

NEAL, LARRY D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Growth, stability, and financial innovation in 
the American economy, 1897-1914. In 
Papers of the 15th annual meeting of the 
Business History Conference, ed. by 
Bateman and Foust, Ind. Univ. School of 
Business, Bloomington, pp. 123-25. 

NOURSE, HUGH O., Professor 

Books 

Regional economics. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
N.Y., 247 pp. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With B. B. Ewing, others 

Feasibility of evaluation of benefits from im- 
proved Great Lakes water quality. Rpt. 
No. 2, Water Resources Center, Univ. 111., 
Urbana, 122 pp. 

Reviews 

The spatial economy of communist China: a 
study on industrial location and transporta- 
tion, by Yuan-Li Wu. /. Asian Studies, 8, 
1:170-71. 

PADEN, DONALD W., Professor 
Articles 

With M. E. Moyer 

On the efficiency of the high school eco- 
nomics course. Amer. Econ. Rev., 58, 4: 
870-77. 

RESEK, ROBERT W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Uncertainty and the precautionary demand 

for money. /. Finance, 22, 4:657-62. 
Investment, production, and the cost of 
funds. ASA 1967 Proc. Bus. and Econ. 
Stat. Sec, pp. 371-80. 

SCHRAN, PETER, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Comments on Alexander Eckstein's article 
on economic fluctuations in communist 
China's domestic development. In China 
in crisis, ed. bv Ping-ti Ho and Tang Tsou, 
Univ. Chicago 'Press, 1, 2:730-39. 

SIMON, JULIAN L., Associate Professor 
See Business Administration. 

SPRENKLE, CASE M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. J. Aigner 

A simple model of information and lending 
behavior. /. Finance, 23, 1:151-66. 



URBANA 51 



Reviews 

Essays in monetary economics, by Harry G. 
Johnson. Qt. Rev. Econ. and Bus., 8, 2: 
75-77. 

WEISER, LAWRENCE A., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Changing factor requirements of United 
States foreign trade. Rev. Ecmi. and Stat., 
50, 3:356-60. 
With P. Yeung 

Gold crisis: the new power struggle. ///. Bus. 
Rev., 25. 9:6-8. 

WILLIAMSON, HAROLD F., JR., Instructor 

Articles 

With L. N. Moses 

The location of economic activity in cities. 
Amer. Econ. Rev., 57, 2:211-22; The loca- 
tion of economic activity in cities (rev. 
ed.). In The new urbanization, ed. by 
Greer, McElrath, Minar and Orleans. St. 
Martin's Press, N.Y., pp. 113-31. 

YEUNG, PATRICK, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The analysis of the potential gains and con- 
tributions of entrepot trade. Malayan 
Econ. Rev., 13, 1:1-10. 
With L. Weiser 

Gold crisis: the new power struggle. ///. 
Bus. Rev., 25, 9:6-8. 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Cassidy, Henry J. (A. J. Heins, Adviser), 

Stabilization properties of the payroll tax. 
Chu, Shih-fan (M. Frankel, Adviser), The 

production function in theory and in practice: 

a general synthesis. 
Craig, George D. (R. Ferber, Adviser), Pre- 
dictive accuracy of aggregate quarterly and 

annual saving functions. 
Gillis. Stephen M. (J. F. Due, Adviser), 

Sales taxation in a developing economy — the 

Chilean case. 
Mampe, Edwin P., Jr. (A. J. Heins, Adviser), 

The impact of interest rates on share prices: 

the influence of expectations, growth and 

leverage. 
McBrearty, James C. (E. B. McNatt^ Adviser), 

Public policy implications of NLRB and 

court interpretations of employer unfair labor 

practices, 1961-1966. 
Murphy, Neil B. (D. R. Hodgman, Adviser) , 

A study of wholesale banking behavior. 

Naylor, John A. (D. R. Hodgman, Adviser), 
Some theoretical and empirical considerations 
relative to the term structure of interest rates. 

Richter. Charles E. (H. O. Nourse, Adviser), 
The impact of industrial linkages on geo- 
graphic association. 

Rittschof, Louis W. (D. W. Paden, Adviser), 
The high school economics course: a scienti- 
fic approach. 

Truitt, William J. (J. F. Due, Adviser), An 
econometric study of the shifting of excise 
taxes: a case study of refrigerators. 

Van Buer, Franklin D. (J. F. Due, Adviser), 
The structure and administration of the 
Eastern Nigerian tax system. 



EDUCATION, INCLUDING EDUCATIONAL 
RESEARCH 

ALEAMONI, LAWRENCE, Assistant 
Professor 
See Instructional Resources. 

ANDERSON, ERNEST F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Admission to curricula. In Proceedings: 2nd 

statezuide junior college conference. 111. 

Junior Coll. Board, Springfield, pp. 71-73. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With J. S. Spencer 

Report on selected data and characteristics: 

Illinois public junior colleges, 1967-68. 

Ibid., 87 pp. 

ANDERSON, RICHARD C, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Part-task versus whole-task procedures for 
teaching a problem-solving skill to first 
graders. /. Educ. Psychol., 59:207-14. 
With D. J. Cunningham 

Effects of practice time within prompting 
and confirmation presentation procedures 
on paired associate learning. 7. Verb. 
Learn. Verb. Behavic^r, 7:613-16. 
With M. Roderick 

Programmed introduction to psychology versus 
a text-book style summarv of the same 
lesson. /. Educ. Psychol., 59:381-87. 
With G. W. Faust, M. Roderick 

"Overprompting" in programmed instruction. 
Ibid., op. 88-93. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

An analysis of a class of problem-solving 
behavior. Final report, USOE Coop. Res. 
Program Project #2942, 180 pp. 

ASHENFELTER, JOHN W., Instructor 

Articles 

With P. B. Shoresman, R. K. Hanson, 

E. S. Jenkins, Sr. 
Elementary science materials: an analysis. 

EPIE Forum, 1, 8/9:17-25. 

AT KIN, J. MYRON, Professor 
Articles 

Research styles in science education. /. Res. 

Sci. Tchg., 5, 4:338-45. 
A critical look at "process" in science educa- 
tion. EPIE Forum, 1, 8/9:6-10. 
Behavioral objectives in curriculum design. 
Sci. Tchr., 35, 5:27-30. 

BECKER, WESLEY C, Professor 

Articles 

With D. R. Thomas, Marianne Armstrong 

Production and elimination of distruptive 
classroom behavior by systematically vary- 
ing teacher's behavior. /. Appl. Behav. 
Anal., i:35-45. 

With C. H. Madsen, Jr., Don R. Thomas 

Rules, praise, and ignoring: Elements of 
elementary classroom control. Ibid., pp. 
139-50. 

With D. R. Thomas, Loretta J. Neilscn, 
D. S. Kuypers 
Social reinforcement and remedial instruc- 
tion in the elimination of a student's class- 
room behavior problem. /. Spec. Educ, 2: 
291-305. 



52 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With D. S. Kuypers, D. K. O'Leary 

How to make a token system fail. Except. 
Child., J5: 101-9. 

BLAIR, GLENN M., Professor 
Books 

With R. S. Jones, R. H. Simpson 

Educational psychology (3rd ed.). The Mac- 
millan Co., N.Y., 679 pp. 

BROUDY, HARRY S., Professor 
Articles 

Some hazards and potentials of educational 
technology. In Planning for effective utili- 
zation of technology in education, ed. by 
Morphet and Jesser, Denver, Colo., pp. 
92-113. 

The role of the foundational studies in the 
preparation of elementary school teachers. 
Proceedings. Second invitational confer- 
ence on elementary education, Univ. Al- 
berta, Edmonton, pp. 129-39; /. Educ. 
Thought, 2:30-40. 

Education in days ahead. Kappa Delta Pi 
Record, 5:1-4. 

Response to presidential address. Educ. 
Theory, i5: 3 12-15. 

BURNETT, JACQUETTA H., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Workflow versus classroom models of aca- 
demic work. Michigan J. Sec. Educ, 9, 
Winter, pp. 14-21. 

School culture and social change in the city. 
Educ. Leadership, 26, 1:12-17. 

BURNETT, JOE R., Professor 

Articles 

With J. R. Palmer 

Political distinctions and education. Studies 
Phil, and Educ, 6. 3 (Summer): 302-9. 
Reviews 

The political life of American teachers, by 
Harmon Zeigler. Educ. Forum, 33, 1:124. 

CARVER, FRED D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Education level and family income of citizens 
and expectations for the role of the 
school board. /. Educ. Res., 61, J- A: 
442-46. 
Social class and school board role expecta- 
tions. Urban Edttc, 3, 3:143-55. 
Four responsibilities of the teacher. III. 
Educ. 57, 64:78-80, 

CHADBOURN, RUSSELL A., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With K. D. Hopkins 

A schema for proper utilization of multiple 
comparisons in research and a case study. 
AERJ, 4, 4:407-12. 
A critique of current research practices in 
mathematics-education. Research Paper No. 
7, L.E.R., Univ. Colorado, Boulder, 54 pp. 
Stimulus sampling theory, by Neimark and 
Estes. EPM, 28, 2:638-40. 

COX, C. BENJAMIN, Associate Professor 

Boolcs 

With F. R. Smith 

New strategies and curriculum in social 

studies. Rand McNally and Co., Chicago, 

194 pp. 



Articles 

With W. Johnson, R. Payette 

Review of research in social studies: 1967. 
Sac. Educ, 32, 6:557-71. 
Reviews 

Role playing for social values, by Fannie and 
George Shaftel. Educ Forum, 32, 3:373. 

DELANEY, DANIEL J., Associate Professor 
Books Edited 
With T. J. Long 

Readings in counseling and psychotherapy. 
Associated Educ. Services, N.Y., 294 pp. 
With S. Cohen 

Readings in personality and social develop- 
ment. Ibid., 302 pp. 
Articles 

Sensitization to nonverbal communications: 
a synthesis of instruction and experience. 
Counselor-Educ and Supervision, 7:315-16. 

DENNY, TERRY, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. E. Stake 

EP = ER? Educ Psychol, 5, 6:3-9. 
Evaluating reading materials. Reading Tchr., 

22, 3:426-27. 
No insignificant differences. Educ. Re- 
searcher, i:4. 
The EPIE approach to evaluating instruc- 
tional materials. In Proceedings: Con- 
ference for the evaluation of instructional 
materials, ed. by Moss, George Washington 
Univ., Wash., D.C., pp. Ml. 

DURKIN, DOLORES, Professor 
Articles 

When should children begin to read? In 
Innovation and change in reading instruc- 
tion, 67th Yearbook of the Natl. Soc. 
Study of Educ, Part II. Univ. Chicago 
Press, pp. 30-71. 

What school administrators should know 
about early reading programs. Nation's 
Schools. 81, 3:126-32. 

Do sex differences affect reading? Instructor, 
77, 9:25. 

EASLEY, JOHN A., JR., Professor 
Books 

With M. Tatsuoka 

Scientific thought: cases from classical phys- 
ics. Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 333 pp. 

ENGELMANN, SIEGFRIED E., Sr. Specialist 

Books 

With Therese Engelmann 

Preventing failure in the primary grades. 
Science Research Associates, Chicago, 396 
pp. 
Concepts and problem solving. Dimensions 
in Early Learning Series, ed. by K. E. 
Berry and Barbara Bateman. Dimensions 
Pub. Co., San Rafael, Calif., 102 pp. 
Articles 

Relating operant techniques to programming 
and teaching. J. Sch. Psychol, (5:89-96. 

EVERTTS, ELDONNA L., Associate 
Professor 

Books Edited 

With M. F. Shugrue 

English teacher preparation study, guidelines 
for the preparation of teachers of English: 
an exposition. Natl. Coun. Teachers of 
English, Champaign, 111. Engl. J., April, 
pp. 475-564. 



URBANA 53 



Articles 

An instrument for the syntactical analysis of 
children's compositions. In Psycholinguistic 
nature of the reading process, ed. by 
Kenneth Goodman. Wayne State Univ. 
Press, Detroit, pp. 202-35. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

What's new in language arts: composition. 
EKNE Elementary Instructional Service. 
Elementary Kindergarten-Nursery Educa- 
tion, Natl. Educ. Assn., Wash., D.C., 8 pp. 

Selected annotated bibliography: English and 
certification. NCTE/ERIC Clearinghouse 
on the Teaching of English. Champaign, 
111., Sept., 34 pp. 
Reviews 

Learning to read: the great debate, by 
Jeanne S. Chall. Natl. Elem. Principal, 
January, pp. 83-86. 

Learning to read: the great debate, by 
Jeanne S. Chall. Elem. English, May, pp. 
652-56. 

FEIN BERG, WALTER, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Remarks on Macmillan and McClellan's 
treatment of means-ends reasoning in teach- 
ing. In Studies in philosophy and educa- 
tion, 6, 2:194-206. 
Reviews 

Essay-review on Education for tragedy, by 
Kenneth Benne. Educ. Theory 18, 1:87-93. 

FISHER, LAWRENCE A., Professor 

Articles 

Training techniques in medical education — 
recent developments in international tech- 
niques in general. Indian I. Med. Educ, 
7, 1, 2:106-8. 

FLEY, JO ANN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Campus regulations: are girls different? 
/. NAWDC, 31, 3:116-22. 

GRIFFIN, LOUISE B., Education Specialist 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

How to use ERIC. ERIC Clearinghouse on 

Early Childhood Education, Urbana, 20 pp. 

Using music with head start children. Ibid., 

22 pp. 
Big questions and little children: science 
and head start. Ibid., 32 pp. 

GRONLUND, NORMAN E., Professor 
Books 

Constructing achievement tests. Prentice- 
Hall, Englewood Clififs, N.J., 118 pp. 
Books Edited 

Readings in measurement and evaluation. The 
Macmillan Co., N.Y., 463 pp. 
Articles 

The relation between teachers' judgments of 
pupil sociometric status and intelligence. 
In Readings in educational psychology, ed. 
by Lindgren, John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 
pp. 440-45. 
Testing — PSAT, SAT, ACT, NMSQT, etc. 
PTA Mag., 62:8-10. 

HEMP, PAUL E., Professor 
Books 

Fifty laboratory exercises for vocational 
horticulture students. Interstate Printers 
and Pubs., Danville, III., 174 pp. 
Ornamental horticulture source units for 
vocational teachers. Ibid., 135 pp. 



Articles 

Instructional aids for ornamental horticul- 
ture. Agr. Educ. Mag., 40, 11:245-47. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Vocational horticulture specialty programs for 
secondary students - — interim report. Re- 
search Coordinating Unit, State Board for 
Vocational Educ. and Rehab., Springfield, 
111., 15 pp. 

Lawn care and management. Div Agr. 
Educ, Univ. 111., Urbana, 13 pp. 

Estate jjlanning — a source unit for adult 
education in agricultural occupations. Ibid., 
12 pp. 
With R. L. Courson 

Profitable corn production — a source unit for 
programs in agricultural occupations. Ibid., 
30 pp. 

HENDERSON. KENNETH B., Professor 

Books 

With R. E. Pingry, D. L. Klingler 

Modern algebra: structure and function, 
book 1. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 
564 pp. 
Modern algebra: structure and function, 
book 2. Ibid., 641 pp. 
With R. E. Pingry, G. A. Robinson 

Modern geometry: structure and function 
(2nded.). Ibid., 561 pp. 

HUMPHREYS, LLOYD, Professor 
See Psychology. 

HUNT, J. McVICKERS, Professor 
Articles 

Evolution of current concepts of intelligence 
and intellectual development. Amer. Mon- 
tessori Soc. Bull., 6, 4. 

Rip Van Winkle returns: then and now. 
Clinical Psychol., 23, 1:5-12. 
With N. S. Endler 

S-R Inventories of hostility and comparisons 
of the proportions of variance from per- 
sons, responses, and situations for hostility 
and anxiousness. /. Pers. and Soc. Psychol., 
9, 4:309-15. 

Triple-interaction variance in the S-R In- 
ventory of Anxiousness. Percept. Motor 
Skills, 27:1098. 
IVith D. Greenberg, Ina C. Uzgiris 

Hastening the development of the blink- 
response with looking. J. Genet. Psychol., 
113:167-76. 

Conceptions of learning with implications for 
styles of teaching young children. In 
Proceedings of the conference of Tri- 
Unizersity Project, September, 1967, ed. 
by P. Olson, F. Rice, Univ. Nebraska, 
Lincoln, p. 54. 

The impact and limitations of the giant of 
developmental psychology. In Studies in 
cognitive development: essays in honor of 
Jean Piaget, ed. by D. Elkind and J. H. 
Flavell, Oxford Univ. Press, pp. 3-66. 

On fostering the development of intellectual 
competence. In Montessori for the dis- 
advantaged: an application of Montessori 
educational principles to the 'war on pov- 
erty, ed. by R. C. Orem, G. P. Putman's 
Sons, N.Y., pp. 54-64. 1967. 

Toward the prevention of incompetence. 
Research contributions from psychology to 
conceptions of community mental health, 
ed. by J. W. Carter, Jr., Mono. J- Public 
Health. 



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JOHNSON, WILLIAM D., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With C. B. Cox, R. F. Payette 

Review of research in social studies: 1967. 

Social Educ, 32, October, pp. 557-71. 

KATZ, LILIAN G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With D. Peters, N. Stein 

Observing behavior in kindergarten and pre- 
school classes. Childhood Educ, 44, 6: 
400-405. 

KAULFERS. WALTER V., Professor 
Reviews 

Pattern drills in language teaching by James 
Elmekjian. The Edtic. Forum, 32, 3: 
364-65. 

KETTELKAMP, GILBERT €., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With P. Castle, C. Jay 

Toward excellence in foreign language educa- 
tion. Ofc. Supt. of Public Instruction, 
Springfield, 111., pp. 19-23. 

KNAPP, CLYDE G., Professor 
Books 

With Patricia H. Leonard 

Teaching physical education in secondary 
schools (rev. ed.). McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
N.Y., 435 pp. 

KNAUEL, RICHARD S., Instructor 
With R. C. Wittrup 

Utilizing field ecology for initial teaching 
experiences in biology. Science Educ, 51, 
1:58-61. 1967. 

LAVATELLI, CELIA B., Professor 
Articles 

A laboratory approach to individualizing in- 
struction in science. In Proceedings of the 
forum on individualizing the science pro- 
gram. Philadelphia: Research for Better 
Schools. 38 pp. 

A piaget-derived model for compensatory 
pre-school education. In Early childhood 
education rediscovered, ed. by J. L. Frost, 
N.Y.: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., 
pp. 530-44. 

A critical overview of early childhood pro- 
grams. ERIC Natl. Lab. for Early Child- 
hood Educ, Univ. 111., Urbana, 32 pp. 

Environmental intervention in infancy and 
early childhood. In Social class, race and 
psychological development, ed. by M. 
Deutsch, L. Katz and A. R. Jensen. Holt, 
Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., pp. 347-80. 

LEONARD, PATRICIA H., Lecturer 
Books 

With C. G. Knapp 

Teaching physical education in secondary 
schools (rev. ed.). McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
N.Y., 435 pp. 

LEPPERT, ELLA C, Professor 
Books 

Sub-Saharan Africa: a cultural area. Univ. 
111. Social Science Curriculum Study Cen- 
ter, Urbana, 505 pp. 
India: a cultural area. Ibid., 459 pp. 
Economics: choice making. Ibid., 326 pp. 
With Rozella Smith 

Classical civilizations. Ibid., 317 pp. 



MAEHR, MARTIN L., Associate Professor 
Some limitations of the application of rein- 
forcement theory to education. School and 
Society, 9(5:108-10. 
Some limitations of the application of rein- 
forcement theory to education, Educ Dig., 
34:23-25. 
With R. Vicebeck 

Predisposition to risk and persistence under 
varying reinforcement — success schedules. 
/. Pers. and Soc Psychol, 9:96-100. 

MARQUARDT, WILLIAM F., Professor 
Articles 

Composition in English as a second language: 
cross-culture communication. English Teach- 
ing Forum, 6, 1:1-4. 

Literature and cross-culture communication. 
Ibid., 2:8-10. 

Tenth international congress of linguists: 
implications for teaching English as a 
second language. TESOL Newsletter, 1, 
1:9-15. 
With R. W. Cortright 

Review of contemporary research on literacy 
and adult education in Latin America. 
LARR, 3, 3:47-69. 

The adjective today. III. J. Educ, 59, 6: 
36-43. 
With Ming-Chu Chang, Sermchitr Sinhaseni 

Selected bibliography of references on train- 
ing of teachers of English as a second 
language for work abroad. ERIC Clear- 
inghouse for Linguistics, Ed 017929, 9 p. 
1967. 

MATHER, MARY E., Associate Professor 
Books Edited 

Home economics research abstracts, 1967. 

Amer. Home Econ. Assn., Home Econ. 

Educ, No. 5, Wash., D.C., 66 pp. 

McGUIRE, CHRISTINE H., Lecturer 
Articles 

A model for the evaluation of teaching. In 
The cvahiation of teaching. Pi Lambda 
Theta, Wash., D.C., pp. 85-108. 
An evaluation model for professional educa- 
tion — medical education. In Proceedings of 
the 1967 invitational conference on testing 
problems, Educ. Testing Service, Prince- 
ton, N.J., pp. 37-52. 
Trends in testing and evaluation in profes- 
sional and adult education. Educ. and 
Psychol. Testing AERA Rev. of Educ. 
Research, 37, 1:49-60. 
With H. G. Levine 

Role-playing as an evaluative technique. I. 
Educ Measurement, 5, 1:1-8. 
With I. W. Williamson, M.D. 

Consecutive case conference: an educational 
evaluation. /. Med. Educ, 43, 10:1068-74. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With J. Charvat, V. Parsons 

A review of the nature and uses of examina- 
tions in medical education. Public Health 
Papers No. 36, World Health Organiza- 
tion, Geneva, Switzerland, 74 pp. 

McINTYRE, CHARLES J., Professor 
See Institutional Research. 

McLURE, WILLIAM P., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Statewide techniques for survey and analysis 
of educational needs. Dept. Health, Educ. 



URBANA 55 



and Welfare, Ofc. Educ, Div. State 
Agency Coop., Wash., D.C., 41 pp. 

McMURRAY, FOSTER, Associate Professor 
Articles 

C. I. Lewis on social unity. Educ. Theory, 
18, 4:318-37. 
Reviews 

The place of reason in education, by Bertram 
Bandman. Studies in Philosophy and Edu- 
cation, 6, 1:67-77. 

MEXGES. ROBERT 
See Psychology. 

METCALF, LAWRENCE E., Professor 
Books 

With M. P. Hunt 

Teaching high school social studies (2nd ed.). 
Harper & Row, Pubs., 463 pp. 

MILLER, VAN, Professor 
Articles 

From the editor's desk: satellitic surveil- 
lance or scintillation. EAQ, 4, 2:2-4. 

MOORE, WALTER, J., Professor 
Articles 

Annotated index to elementary Enelish, 1924- 
1967. Natl. Coun. Tchers. English, Cham- 
paign, 111. pp. vi-267. 

Critical reading skills in the middle grades. 
///. State Normal Univ. J., iO: 13-25. 

The elementary language arts. ///. 7. Educ, 
59, December, pp. 26-31. 

MOSES, HAROLD A., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With J. S. Zaccaria 

Facilitating human development through read- 
ing. Stipes Pubs. Co., Champaign, 111., 
270 pp. 
Articles 

Diagnostic labeling in counseling. IGPA Qt., 

26:35-37. 
Referring handicapped students to appropriate 
agencies. School Counselor, 16, 1:55-57. 
With J. S. Zaccaria 

The nature and use of bibliotherapy in the 
rehabilitative process. Rehab. Conns. Bull., 
11, 3:155-63. 

O'BAXION, TERRY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Exceptional practices in junior college student 
personnel programs. In Student personnel 
work in the 70's, ed. by Harvey, James, 
William Rainey Harper College, 111., pp. 
5-17. 
For adults only. Adult Leadership, 17, 2: 
57-58. 
With G. Bottoms, F. L. Otte 

Bridge building needed in the counseling 
community. Amer. Vac. J., 43, 9:29. 

OHLSEN, MERLE M., Professor 
Articles 

Standards for the preparation of elementary 
school counselors. Coun. Educ. and Super- 
vision, 7:172-78. 

Vocational counseling for girls and women. 
Voc. Guid. Qt., i7: 124-27. 

Counseling children in groups. School Coun- 
selor, 15:343-49. 
With R. K. Schwartz 

A content analysis technique for evaluating 



outcomes in counseling, Pers. and Guid. J., 
47:346-52. 

OSBORN, JEAN, Educational Specialist 

Articles 

With C. Bereiter, P. Reidford 

Teaching a teaching language to disad- 
vantaged children. In Monographs of the 
society for research in child development. 
Inst. Child Devel., Univ. Minn., ^linne- 
apolis. 

PATTERSON. CECIL H., Professor 
Articles 

Some problems and proposals in college 
counseling. In Counseling for the liberal 
arts campiis, ed. by Heston and Frick, 
Antioch Press, Yellow Springs, Ohio, pp. 
24-40. 

The selection of counselors. In Research in 
counseling, ed. by Whitely, Charles E. 
Merrill Pub. Co., Columbus, Ohio, pp. 
68-101. 

Is cognition sufficient? In Counseling theories 
and counselor edtication ed. by Parker, 
Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, pp. 85-96. 

Rehabilitation counseling: a profession or a 
trade? Pers. and Guid. J., -/d: 567-71. 

Relationship therapy and/or behavior ther- 
apy? Psychotherapy: Theory, Research 
and Practice, 5:266-33. 

PESHKIN, ALAN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The use of trained native observers in 
fieldwork. In Human Organization, 27, 
3:226-72. 
Reviews 

Planning for education in Pakistan, by Adam 
Curie. Comparative Educ. Rev., 12, 1: 
103-5. 
The legal base for universities in developing 
countries, by Hannah and Caughey. /. 
Developing Areas, 2, 4:557-59. 

PHILLIPS, DAVE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An approach to teaching. /. Dental Educ, 
March, pp. 63-66. 

PINGRY, ROBERT E., Professor 

Books 

With K. B. Henderson, D. L. Klingler 

Modern algebra: structure and function, 
book 1. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 
564 pp. 
Modern algerbra: structure and function, 
book 2. Ibid., 641 pp. 
JVith K. B. Henderson. G. A. Robinson 

Modern geometry: structure and function 
(2nd ed.). Ibid., 561 pp. 
Articles 

Statistical inference. In Research methods 
in librarianship: measurement and evalua- 
tion, ed. by Herbert Goldhor, Univ. 111. 
Grad. School of Lib. Sci., Urbana, pp. 
95-104. 

RAUBINGER, FREDERICK M., Professor 

Books 

With H. Rowe 

The individual and education: some con- 
temporary issues. The Macmillan Co., 
N.Y., 390 pp. 

ROSEN, SIDNEY, Professor 
See General Studies. 



56 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ROWE, HAROLD G., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With F. M. Rauhinger 

The individual and education: some con- 
temporary issues. The Macmillan Co., 
N.Y., 390 pp. 

SANDERS, WALTER J., Senior Specialist 
Articles 

Reusable number lines. Instructor Mag., 

March, pp. 34-35. 
Congruence geometry for junior high school. 

Math. Teacher, 61, 4: 345-69. 

SCANLAN, RICHARD T., Associate 
Professor 
See Classics. 

SERGIOVANNI, THOMAS J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

New evidence on teacher morale. North 
Central Assn. Qt., 42, 3:259-66. 

SHORES, J. HARLAN, Professor 
Articles 

Dimensions of reading speed and compre- 
hension. Elementary Engl., January, pp. 
23-28, 43. 

Educational revolutions, eruptions, and skir- 
mishes. Scribe, June, pp. 5-14. 

SHORESMAN, PETER B., Associate 

Professor 
Books 

With J. S. Marshall, Ilia Pondendorf, 
C. Swarts 
Sense and tell: teacher's guidebook. Scott, 
Foresman and Co., Glenview, 111., 143 pp. 
Articles 

With J. Ashenfelter, K. Hanson, 
E. S. Jenkins 
Elementary science materials: an analysis. 
The EPIE Forum, 1, 8-9:17-25. 

SIMPSON, ELIZABETH J., Professor 
Articles 

Challenges in curriculum development in 
home ecd^iomics. /. Home Econ., 60, 10: 
767-73. 

Federal legislation for home economics edu- 
cation. ///. Teacher, 12. 2:53-56. 

A dynamic area of vocational and technical 
education. Agr. Educ, 40, 10:222. 

SIMPSON, RAY H., Professor 

Books 

With G. M. Blair, R. S. Jones 

Educational psychology (3rd ed.). The Mac- 
millan Co., N.Y., 679 pp. 
Articles 

Developing student self-evaluation. In Eval- 
uation of students, ed. by Harold Goldstein, 
Univ. 111. Grad. School of Lib. Sci., pp. 
31-51. 1967. 
The teacher's role. Amer. Voc. J., 43:14-16. 

SMITH, B. OTHANEL, Professor 
Articles 

Recent research in teaching. High School J., 



SMITH, RALPH A. 
Articles 

On the third domain. /. Aesthetic Educ, 2, 



Goals, purposes and objectives. Ibid., 3:5-8. 

Values and the curriculum. Ibid., 2:5-10. 

Is teaching an art? Ibid., 4:5-9. 

Aesthetic education: a role for the humani- 
ties program. The Record, 69, 4:343-54. 

Aesthetic criticism: the method of aesthetic 
education. Studies in Art Educ, 9, 3: 
13-32. 
Book Reviews 

Art as image and idea, by Edmund B. 
Feldman. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J. Art Education 21, 8:4. 1967. 

SPENCER, RICHARD E., Professor 
See Instructional Resources. 

SPITZE, HAZEL T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Residential education for the disadvantaged. 
Adult Leadership, 16, 10:355-57. 

Some impressions of education in England. 
///. Teacher, 11, 5:321-39. 

Toward a definition of homemaker literacy. 
/. Home Econ., 60, 5:333-36. 

Project HEVE: a study in consumer educa- 
tion. Housecraft, London, 41, 10:401-2. 

SPODEK, BERNARD, Professor 
Articles 

Pressures on young children. Theory into 

Practice, 7, 1:14-16. 
How and what to teach the very young. 
NEA J., 57, 2:43-46. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With H. G. Morgan, H. G. Shane 

Motivation. Dept. Elementary and Kinder- 
garten-Nursery Educ, Natl. Educ. Assn., 
Wash., D.C., 30 pp. 
With M. Mctsoui, E. Wheeler, B. Wolfson 

Early childhood education today. Assn. 
Supervision and Curriculum Devel. — NEA, 
Wash., D.C., 25 pp. 

SREDL, HENRY J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

COST — Cincinnati's reply to the need for 

post-high school technical education. In 

Technician Educ. Yearbook, Prakken Pub., 

Ann Arbor, pp. 193-95. 
Mass production — unit of study or method 

of teaching. Indus. Arts and Voc Educ, 

57, 1:43-44. 
Mount Look Out Junior High School. 57, 

3:64-65. 

STAKE, ROBERT E., Professor 
Articles 

Technologically-based instruction and ma- 
terials. In Planning for effective utilization 
of technology in education, ed. by Morphet 
and Jesser. Designing Education for the 
Future — an Eight-State Project, 1362 
Lincoln St., Denver, Colo., pp. 302-7. 

Testing in the evaluation of curriculum de- 
velopment. Rev. Educ. Res., 38, 1:77-84. 

A research rationale for EPIE. EPIE Forum, 
1:7-15. 

Toward a technology for the evaluation of 
educational programs. AERA Monograph 
Series on Curriculum Evaluation, 1:1-12. 

The countenance of educational evaluation. 
Tchrs. Coll. Rec, (55:523-40. 

Evaluation of college teaching. /. Dental 
Educ, 30:2S7-S9. 
With T. Denny 

EP = ER? Educ Psychol., 5, 6:3-9. 



URBAN A 57 



STALLINGS. WILLIAM M., Assistant 
Professor 
See Instructional Resources. 

STANLEY. WILLIAM O., Professor 

Articles 

The social foundations subjects in the pro- 
fessional education of teachers. Educ. 
Theory, 18, 3:224-36. 

SZABO, STEVEN, Research Associate 

Some remarks on discovery, Math. Teacher, 
61, 1:22-24. 
Reviews 

The circular functions, by Clayton W. 
Dodge. Ibid., 7:718-19. 

TATSUOKA, MAURICE M., Professor 
Booics 

With P. J. Rulon, D. V. Tiedeman, 
C. R. Langmuir 
Multivariate statistics for personnel classifica- 
tion. John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 406 pp. 
IVith J. A. Easley 

Scientific throught: cases from classical phys- 
ics. Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 333 pp. 
Articles 

Mathematical models in the behavioral and 
social sciences. In Handbook of measure- 
ment and assessmejtt in behavioral sciences, 
ed. by D. K. Whitla, Addison- Wesley Pub. 
Co., Reading, Mass., pp. 3-S9. 
With A. Whimbey, G. M. Vaughn 

Estimating variance components from mean 
squares. Percept. Motor Skills, 25, 2:668. 
Reviews 

Improving experimental design and statistical 
analysis, ed. by J. C. Stanley. Psycho- 
metrika, 5i: 255-3 7. 

TINKHAM, ROBERT A., Associate Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With A. Perlberg, R. L. Nelson 

The use of video tape recorders and micro- 
teaching techniques to improve instruction 
in vocational-technical programs in Illinois. 
Final Report. Research Coordinating Unit, 
Springfield, 111. 128 pp. 

TOMLINSON, ROBERT M., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Curriculum in medical technology — 1972. 

Tech. Bull. Registry of Med. Technol., 

38, 7. 
Curriculum in medical technology — 1972. 

Amer. J. Clin. Pathologists, 50, 2:260-65. 
The role of the U.S.O.E. /. Indus. Teacher 

Educ, 6, 1:38-46. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

A comprehensive program of occupational 

exploration and vocational education: a 

conceptual plan. Univ. 111., Dept. of Voc. 

and Tech. Educ, Urbana, 136 pp. 

TRAVERS, KENNETH J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Through clouds of failure into orbit. Arith. 
Teacher, 15, 7:591-98. 

WALKER, JERRY L., Associate Professor 

Books 

With J. Ragle 

The literature of America, ed. by Berkeley, 
Singer, Random House, N.Y., 818 pp. 



Books Edited 

Top pop/rock lyrics. Scholastic Book Ser- 
vices, N.Y., 55 pp. 
Articles 

British schools: some successes and doubts. 
In The teaching of English in selected 
British schools, by Squire and Applebee, 
U.S. Ofc. of Educ, Wash., D.C., pp. 
369-78. 

Individualized teaching of English. III. J. 
Educ, 59, 7:17-20. 

Bach, Rembrandt, Milton, and those other 
cats. English J., 57, 5:631-36. 

WALKER, ROBERT W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Improving instruction with super 8 motion 

pictures. Agr. Educ Mag., 40, 11:250-51. 

An instructional program in buildings and 

grounds maintenance. Ibid., 41, 1:10-11. 
Meeting special needs of students through 
vocational -centered laboratory learning. 
Ibid., 3:68-69. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With R. Evans, H. Sredl, B. Carss 

Instructional technology and vocational educa- 
tion. Univ. 111., Commission on Instruc- 
tional Technology, 20 pp. 
Reviews 

Book review of diagnostic and remedial 
reading. Agr. Educ. Mag., 41, 5:119. 

WARDROP, JAMES L., Assistant Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With Doris M. Cook, others 

Research and development activities in R & I 
units of two elementary schools of Janes- 
ville, Wisconsin, 1966-67. Tech. Rpt. No. 
45, Res. and Devel. Center for Cognitive 
Learning. Madison, Wis., 17 pp. 

With .Vary Quilling, others 

Research and development activities in R & I 
units of two elementary schools of Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin, 1966-67. Tech. Rpt. 
No. 46. Ibid., 17 pp. 

With H. J. Klausmeier, Mary Quilling 

Research and development activities in R & I 
units of five elementary schools of Racine, 
Wisconsin, 1966-67. Tech. Rpt. No. 52. 
Ibid., 44 pp. 

Reviews 

Probability and statistics in psychological re- 
search and theory, by Donald W. Stilson. 
Educ. Psychol. Measmt., 28:653-56. 

WEST, CHARLES K., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. Ray Loree 

Selectivity, redundancy, and contiguity as 
factors which influence the difficulty of an 
achievement test. /. Exp. Educ, 36, 3: 
89-93. 
With T. H. Anderson 

Effects of response modes on the retention 
of tactile stimuli. Psychonomic Sci., 12, 
2:65-66. 
The modified lecture, a useful technique for 
teachers. Clearing House, 43, 3:142-45. 
Reviews 

An introduction to educational psychology by 
E. Stone (London: Methuen, 1966). /. 
Teacher Educ, 19, 4:507-8. 

WILLIAMS. DAVID L., Assistant Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With W. L. Hull 

Variables influencing teacher adoption of 



58 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



cooperative agricultural occupations cur- 
ricula. The Voc. Res. Coordinating Unit, 
Stillwater, Oklahoma, 45 pp. 
Personal and situational variables which in- 
hibit or stimulate the adoption of agricul- 
tural occupations curricula as an innovation 
in vocational agriculture by institute partici- 
pants. 01<la. State Univ. Res. Found., Still- 
water, Okla., lis pp. 

WILLIAMS, DONALD T., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Report analysis: Franks and Muscatine — 
the workings of faculty committees. Har- 
vard Educ. Rev., 38:558-70. 

WILSEY, CARL E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Problem solver number one. Amer. Sch. Bd. 

J., 155, 10:14-15. 
Are you ready for your own data processing 
center? Amer. Sch. and Univ., 41, 2: 
33, 52. 

WOLFF, JOSEPH L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With J. T. Guthrie 

Overtraining and stimulus change in extra- 
dimensional shifts. Psvchon. Sci., 13: 
309-10. 

ZACCARIA, JOSEPH S., Associate 

Professor 
Books 

With H. M. Moses 

Facilitating human development through 
reading. Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 
270 pp. 
Articles 

The behavioral sciences and the identity cri- 
sis of student personnel work. /. Natl. 
Assn. Women Deans and Coun., ii: 103-5. 
With A. H. Byers 

Recalled early parent-child relations, adult 
needs, and occupational choice: a test of 
Roe's hypothesis. /. Counsel. Psychol., IS: 
324-28. 
With H. A. Moses 

The nature and use of bibliotherapy in the 
rehabilitative process. Rehab. Couns. Bull., 
11, 3:155-63. 

ZIMMERMAN, MARILYN P., Associate 
Professor 
See Music. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Alexander, Henry W. (W. J. Moore, Adviser), 
An investigation of the Cloze Procedure as a 
measuring device designed to identify the 
independent, instruction, and frustration 
reading levels of pupils in the intermediate 
grades. 

Anderson, Eugene M. (L. E. Metcalf, Adviser), 
An exploratory study of the relationship 
between kinds of concepts and teaching 
strategies. 

Ashcraft, Norman C. (L. E. McCleary, Ad- 
viser), Differential space needs of curricula 
in the comprehensive junior college. 

Bailey, Larry J. (T. S. Baldwin, Adviser), 
An investigation of the vocational behavior of 
selected women vocational education students. 

Saldino, Peter A., Jr. (W. O. Stanley, Ad- 
viser), Josiah Royce on education: a pre- 
liminary study. 



Baiter, Alan L. (S. A. Kirk, Adviser), A 
development of a test of motor impairment. 

Brynjolfsson, Kenneth L. (M. M. Ohlsen, Ad- 
viser), An investigation of the concurrent 
validity of the Bender Gestalt Test. 

Campbell, Forrest K. (B. W. Bergethon, Ad- 
viser), A survey and appraisal of music 
programs of accredited two-year colleges of 
the United States. 

Carey, Robert C. (W. P. McLure, Adviser), 
Income elasticities of educational demand and 
the property tax in the state of Illinois. 

Dennis, John R. (M. Beberman, Adviser), 
Teaching selected geometry topics via a 
computer system. 

Diliberto, Menno (R. N. Evans, Adviser), A 
method for evaluating short-term updating 
programs for vocational-technical teachers. 

Elder, Harvey L. (R. E. Pingry, Adviser), The 
effects of teaching certain concepts of logic to 
college algebra students on verbalizations of 
discovered mathematical generalizations. 

Evans, Howard M. (W. J. Moore, Adviser), 
An evaluation of the effects of junior high 
school special reading instruction upon sub- 
sequent reading performance. 

Ferry, Richard E. (W. J. Moore, Adviser), 
An investigation of differences in language 
arts achievement caused by a planned pro- 
gram in personal writing. 

Grant, Lawrence E. (F. M. Raubinger, Ad- 
viser), The staff utilization studies of the 
National Association of Secondary-school 
Principals: a study of private power in 
public education. 

Gray, Charles E., Jr. (L. E. IMetcalf, Adviser), 
Value education outcomes: implications for 
the social studies methods course. 

Guthrie, John T. (R. C. Anderson, Adviser), 
The effect of two types of verbal hierarchy 
on problem solving. 

Hippie, Theodore W. (J. J. DeBoer, Adviser), 
The values in four selected American novels 
and suggested uses of these values in high 
school English classes. 

Holmes, Allen H. (R. E. Pingry, Adviser), 
Teaching the logic of statistical analysis by 
the Monte Carlo approach. 

House, Ernest R. (L. E. McCleary, Adviser), 
An analysis of the role of the demonstration 
director. 

Hughes, Loyd R. (L. J. Phipps, Adviser), The 
effects of selected occupational information 
upon the aspired socioeconomic status of 
pupils in agricultural occupations courses. 

Jakubowski, Patricia A. (M. M. Ohlsen, Ad- 
viser), Expectancy and the effects of consis- 
tent and inconsistent contingent social re- 
inforcement. 

Jensen, Thomas R. (R. N. Evans, Adviser), 
Characteristics of public high school concur- 
rent work-education programs for handicapped 
students. 

Kampwirth, Thomas J. (T. E. Newland. Ad- 
viser), Experimental influences on depen- 
dency behaviors of kindergarten children. 

Kurfman, Dana G. (L. E. Metcalf, Adviser), 
A curriculum revision evaluation model: its 
tryout and revision. 

Lacampagne, Robert J. (J. L. Walker, Ad- 
viser), A national study of selected attitudes 
and approaches to writing of twelfth grade 
students with superior writing performance 
versus those with average writing perfomance. 

Lackner, Lois M. (R. E. Pingry, Adviser), 
The teaching of the limit and derivative 



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concepts in beginning calculus by combina- 
tions of inductive and deductive approaches. 

LaFrance, Kennalee O. (C. H. Patterson, Ad- 
viser), Self-exploration in counseling as a 
function of conditioned positive and negative 
self-references. 

Limbacher, Philip C. (L. E. McCleary, Ad- 
viser), A study of the effects of micro- 
teaching experiences upon practice teaching 
classroom behavior. 

Luhmann, Philip R. (W. P. McLure, Adviser), 
Cost accounting for individual student pro- 
grams. 

Madden, George R. (M. R. Sumption, Adviser), 
A conceptual analysis of collective bargaining 
in education and some implications for school 
organizations. 

Marcum, Roger B. (M. R. Sumption, Ad- 
viser), An exploration of the first-year 
effects of racial integration of the elementary 
school in a unit school district. 

Martin, Glen R. (C. H. Patterson, Adviser), 
Job satisfaction in practical nursing as a 
function of measured and expressed interests. 

Mayer, Leon A. (L. J. Phipps, Adviser), Oc- 
cupational education for meat inspection and 
lalwratory animal caretaker jobs. 

Mayberry, William E. (J. T. Hastings. Ad- 
viser), The effects of the teacher's affective 
behavior on student attitudes and achieve- 
ment: an experimental study of alienative 
classroom environments. 

McGreal, Thomas L. (L. E. McCleary, Ad- 
viser), An investigation of organizational 
variables affecting teacher satisfaction and 
dissatisfaction. 

McLure, John W. (F. M. Raubinger, Adviser), 
The Illinois superintendent of public instruc- 
tion, 18S4-1894, a study in educational 
leadership. 

Metzcus, Richard H. (W. P. McLure, Ad- 
viser), Community human resources and local 
financial support for public schools. 

Morgan, Barbara W. (R. S. Jones, Adviser), 
Effects of repetition of paired associates on 
acquisition and retention processes. 

Muhm, John B. (F. M. Raubinger, Adviser), 
A study of the relationship between the or- 
ganizational climate of elementary schools and 
the occupational characteristics of principals 
as perceived by teachers. 

Nelson, Paul A. (J. H. Shores, Adviser), Atti- 
tudes held by elementary education teachers 
toward the developmental potential of the 
content areas. 

O'Daffer, Phares G. (R. E. Pingry, Adviser), 
An exploratory study of the abilities of fifth 
and seventh grade mathematics students to 
learn finite group properties and structures. 

Piper, Donald L. (L. E. McCleary, Adviser). 
Generation of organizational climate dimen- 
sions within organization communication 
structures. 
Pyper, John R. (C. Bereiter, Adviser), Atten- 
tional factors in learning from written texts. 
Rabin, jNIarvin J. (C. Leonhard, Adviser), 
History and analysis of the Greater Boston 
Youth Symphony Orchestra from 1958 to 
1964. 
Rapparlie, Evalyn R. (J. H. Shores, Adviser), 
Descriptive analysis of a problem-solving ap- 
proach to the teaching of critical thinking 
with primary children. 
Rector, Robert E. (K. B. Henderson, Adviser), 
The relative effectiveness of four strategies 
for teaching mathematical concepts. 



Renfrow, Omer W. (W. P. McLure, Adviser), 
Dropout prone and non-dropout prone high 
school boys: a study of dift'erences. 

Riegert, James F. (M. M. Ohlson, Adviser), 
The effect of group counseling on the aca- 
demic performance of marginal risk college 
freshmen. 

Rubin, Stanford E. (C. H. Patterson, Adviser), 
Direct reinforcement, vicarious reinforcement 
and reason in behavior modification. 

Shuster, Susan K. (R. A. Henderson, Adviser), 
An analysis of leadership styles of recreation 
leaders in a setting for normal and educable 
mentally handicapped children. 

Simmons, Wilber D. (J. J. Gallagher, Adviser), 
Superior women college students: a study of 
their self concepts and academic motivation. 

Sinks, Thomas A. (J. H. Shores, Adviser), 
How individualized instruction in junior high 
school science, mathematics, language arts, 
and social studies affects student achievement. 

Snook, Ivan A. (B. O. Smith, Adviser), In- 
doctrination and the teaching of religion. 

Suzuki, Warren N. (T. S. Baldwin, Adviser), 
A study of the images of nursing occupations: 
a view by practical nursing students. 

Swanson, Richard A. (T. S. Baldwin, Adviser), 
Auditory automotive mechanics diagnostic 
achievement test. 

Thomson, Joseph W. (C. Bereiter, Adviser), 
The implicit unit of linguistic analysis used 
by advantaged and disadvantaged children. 

Tilley. Alicia C. (C. H. Patterson, Adviser), 
Staff orientation and elementary counselor 
trainees' role perceptions. 

Vanderbeke, Lois M. (K. B. Henderson, Ad- 
viser), The first calculus textbook: Analyse 
des Infinimcnt Petit s. 

Vlasak, Richard F. (V. Miller, Adviser), 
"High" and "low" authoritarian superinten- 
dents: their choice of elementary principals 
and selection procedures emphasized. 

Washington, Ernest D. (C. Bereiter, Adviser), 
Matching and naming letters of the alphabet 
with and without redundant color cues. 

Wichiarajote, Xuanpen K. (G. M. Blair, Ad- 
viser), A cross-cultural study of societal 
values and personality of Thai and American 
adolescents. 

Wichiarajote, Weerayudh (J. T. Hastings, 
Adviser), Semantic feature analyses of role 
differentiation: a potential model for cross- 
cultural research. 

Willerman, Marvin (F. P. Barnes, Adviser), 
A study of the effect of objective student 
information on teacher perception of cultur- 
ally disadvantaged students. 

Wortman, John P. (M. M. Ohlsen, Adviser), 
Fifth grade students' perceptions of the 
elementary school counselor. 

Wyatt, Kenneth E. (R. N. Henderson, Ad- 
viser), Current employment and possible 
future needs for leadership personnel in 
special education. 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ADES, HARLOW W., Professor 

Articles 

With Mary Jayne Capps 

Auditory frequency discrimination after 
transection of the olivocochlear bundle in 
squirrel monkeys. Expcr. Neurol.. 21: 
147-58. 



60 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With H. Engstrom, A. Andersson, G. Bredberg, 
G. Lindeman, H. Lindeman 

Cytoarchitecture of the normal and patholog- 
ically altered inner ear. Hals-, Nasen- 
und Ohrenheilkunde, Gegenwartiger Stand 
der Cochleaforschung, Heft 20:35-53. 
Reviews 

Contributions to sensory physiology, II, ed. 
by W. D. Neff. Contemporary Psychology, 
IS, 9:442. 

AKITT, DONALD P., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. J. Johnson 

Sonic detection of a pulsed water vapor laser. 
Proc. IEEE, 56, 4:740-41. 

ASHBY, WILLIAM R., Professor 
Articles 

The set theory of mechanism and homeo- 
stasis. In Automaton theory and learning 
systems, ed. by Stewart, Academic Press, 
London, pp. 23-5 L 

Some consequences of Bremermann's limit 
for information-processing systems. In 
Cybernetic problems in bionics, ed. by 
Oestreicher and Moore, Gordon and 
Breach, Sci. Pubs., N.Y., pp. 69-76. 

Information-processing in everyday human 
activity. Bio-Science, 18, 3:190-92. 

The place of the brain in the natural world. 
Currents in Modern Biol, 1, 1:95-104. 

The contribution of information theory to 
pathological mechanisms in psychiatry. 
Brit. J. Pschiat., 114, 6:1485-98. 
Reviews 

Great ideas in information theory, language, 
and cybernetics, by Jagjit Singh. Qt. Rev. 
Biol., 43, 1:223-24. 

Politics of experience, by R. D. Laing. 
Philos. Forum, 7, 1:84-86. 

BABB, DANIEL S., Professor 
Books 

Resistive circuits. Intnl. Textbook Co., 
Scranton, Pa., 313 pp. 

BITZER, DONALD L., Professor 
Articles 

With H. G. Slottow 

Principles and applications of the plasma 
display panel. Proc. OAR Res. Applica- 
tions Conf.. Ofc. Aeropsace Research, 
Arlington, Va., i:Al-A43. 

BOWHILL, SIDNEY A., Professor 
Articles 

Review of electron temperature work pre- 
sented at Belgrade meeting. Progress in 
Radio Science 1963-66, Part 1, Intnl. Sci. 
Radio Union, Brussels 1967, pp. 980-84. 

BREDBERG, GORAN M., Visiting Research 
Associate 

Articles 

Cellular pattern and nerve supply of the hu- 
man organ of Corti. Acta Oto-Laryngolo- 
gica, Suppl. 236:1-15$. 
Cochlear structure and hearing in man. In 
Ciba foundation symposium on hearing 
mechanisms in vertebrates, ed. by A. V. S. 
de Reuck, Julie Knight, J & A Churchill 
Ltd., London, pp. 126-39. 

With H. W. Ades, H. Engstrom, A. Andersson, 
G. Lindeman, H. Lindeman 
Cytoarchitecture of the normal and patho- 
logically altered inner ear. Hals-, Nasen- 



und Ohrenheilkunde, Gegenwartiger Stand 
der Cochleaforschung, Heft 20:35-53. 

CAHN, JULIUS H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The space distribution of planetary nebulae. 
In Planetary nebulae, ed. by Osterbrock 
and O'Dell, I.A.U. Symposium No. 34, 
pp. 44-50. 

CAPPS, MARY JAYNE, Research Associate 
Articles 

With H. W. Ades 

Auditory frequency discrimination after 
transection of the olivocochlear bundle in 
squirrel monkeys. Exper. Neurol., 21: 
147-58. 
With C. W. Stockwell 

Lesions in the midbrain reticular formation 
and the startle response in rats. Physiol. 
Behav., J:661-6S. 

CHERRINGTON, BLAKE E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. E. Wisniewski, M. E. Fein, 

J. T. Verdeyen 
Thermal production of a population inversion 

in carbon dioxide. Appl. Phys. Letters, 12, 

8:257-58. 
With P. A. Miller, J. T. Verdeyen 

Dynamics of optical mixing in a He-Ne laser. 

IEEE J. Quantum Electronics, 4, 10: 

686-92. 

CHIEN, ROBERT T., Professor 
Articles 

With H. T. Hsu, T. Kasami 

Coding for compound channels. IEEE Trans. 
Inf. Theory, 14, 1:135-39. 
With S. J. Hong, F. P. Preparata 

Some contributions to the theory of arith- 
metic codes. Proc. Hawaii Intnl. Conf. 
on Sys. Sci., pp. 460-63. 
With F. P. Preparata 

Search strategy and file organization in 
computerized information retrieval systems 
with mass memory. Proc. F.I.D./I.F.I.P. 
Conf. 1967 on Mechanised Inf. Storage 
Retrieval and Dissem., pp. 108-21. 
With K. K. Tseng 

On iterative decoding of BCH codes. Proc. 
1968 Midwest Circtiit Theory Symp., pp. 
599-600. 
With T. S. Tang, E. S. Barrekette, A. Katcher 
Analysis and improvement of photostore error 
rates. Proc. IEEE, 56, 5:805-12. 
With I. Oldham. D. T. Tang 

Error correction in a photo-digital mass stor- 
age system. IBM J. Res. and Dev., 12, 
6:422-30. 
With V. Lum 

On the minimum distance of Bose-Chaudhuri- 
Hocquenghem codes. SIAM J. Appl. Math., 
16, 6:1325-37. 

COLEMAN, PAUL D., Professor 
Articles 

Measurement of the complex dielectric con- 
stants of materials in the microwave-optic 
region. OAR Res. Rev., 7:1-5. 
With G. Goubau 

Beam waveguides. In Microwave power en- 
gineering, ed. by E. C. Okress, Academic 
Press, N.Y., pp. 228-40. 



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IVith W. Q. Jeffers 

Relaxatim phenomena in the water vapor 
laser. Appl. Phys. Letters, i J: 250-52. 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Lateral lustability of a stream of charged 

droplets. Phys. Fluids, 11:1372-74. 
Growth of waves on an accelerated jet. Ibid., 
pp. 2172-78. 

CRUZ, JOSE B., JR., Professor 
Articles 

With W. R. Perkins, R. L. Gonzales 

Design of minimum sensitivity systems. 
IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, AC -13, 2: 
159-67. 
With P. V. Kokotovic, J. E. Heller, P. Sannuti 
Synthesis of optimally sensitive systems. 
Proc. IEEE, 56, 8:1318-24. 
With R. G. Stefanek 

Use of switch time sensitivities to provide 
near optimal control. Proc. IF AC Symp. 
Sys. Sensitivity and Adaptivity, Dubrov- 
nik, Yugoslavia, C.1-C.12. 

DUNN, FLOYD, Professor 
Articles 

Ultrasonic absorption characteristics of bio- 
logical media. Acta Facult. Medic. Univ. 
Briinensis, J5: 175-82. 
With R. M. Macleod 

Effects of intense noncavitating ultrasound on 
selected enzymes. /. Acoust. Sac. Am., 44: 
932-40. 
With J. E. Green 

Correlation of naturally occurring infrasonics 
and selected human behavior. Ibid., 
pp. 1456-57. 

ERNST, EDWARD W., Professor 
Articles 

Laboratory programs — what they are, what 
they should be. Proc. Conf. Lab. Oriented 
Studies for Eng. Students, Univ. 111. Eng. 
Pub. Ofc, pp. 7-18. 
With J. O. Kopplin, E. C. Jones, Jr. 

The self-demonstration laboratory. Ibid., pp. 
30-46. 

FRY, WILLIAM J., Professor 
Articles 

Intracranial anatomy visualized in vivo by 
ultrasound. Investigative Radiology, 3: 
243-66. 
Electrical stimulation of brain localized with- 
out probes — Theoretical analysis of a pro- 
posed method. /. Acoust. Soc. Am., 44: 
919-31. 
With G. H. Leichner, D. Okityama, F. J. Fry, 
Elisabeth K. Fry 
Ultrasonic visualization system employing 
new scanning and presentation methods. 
Ibid., p. 1324. 

GADDY, OSCAR L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With G. W. Day 

Electric field induced optical rotation in 
cholestric liquid crystals. Proc. IEEE, 56, 
6:1113-14. 
With R. W. Uhlhorn 

Electrooptic behavior of monodisperse non- 
tronite sols. Ibid., pp. 1140-41, 



With G. W. Day. R. Iversen 

Detection of fast infrared laser pulses with 
thin film thermocouples. Appl. Phys. Let- 
ters, 15, 19:289-90. 
With R. Iversen 

A simple method of preparing magnesium 
oxide secondary emission surfaces. Rev. 
Sci. Instr., 39, 12:1950. 

GOLDSTEIN, LADISLAS, Professor 

Articles 

With J. P. Kaplafka, H. Merkelo 

Evidence of low binding energy electrons 

in a low-temperature helium afterglow. 

Phys. Rev. Letters, 21, 14:970-73. 

HADDAD, ABRAHAM H., Assistant 
Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

HANDLER, PAUL, Professor 
See Physics. 

HANG, DANIEL F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. F. Koncel 

Economic effects of nuclear fuel management. 

Am. Power Conf., 30:15. 
With E. C. Jones, Jr., G. P. Beck, 

N. H. Schilmoeller 
Thermal analysis of forced cooling system 

of the Illinois Advanced TRIGA reactor. 

Trans. ANS, 11, 1:268. 

HENDRICKS, CHARLES D., JR., Professor 
Articles 

Uniform particle sources for pollution re- 
search. APCA Journal, 18, 10:69-70. 
With T. Erin 

Uniform charged solid particle production. 
Rev. Sci. Instr., 39, 9:1269-71. 
With J. A. Robertson 

Economical, single scale, ionozation gauge 
pressure readout system. Ibid., 8:1190-94. 
With D. S. Swatih 

Production of ions by electrohydrodynamic 
spraying techniques. AIAA Journal, 6, 8: 
1596-97. 
Jl'ith J. R. Adam, N. R. Lindblad 

The collision, coalescence, and disruption of 
water droplets. /. Appl. Phys., 39, 11: 
5173-80. 
With R. J. Pfeifer 

Charge-to-mass relationships for electrohydro- 
dynamically sprayed liquid droplets. Phys- 
ics of Fluids. 10:2149. 
Parametric studies of electrohydrodynamic 
spraying. AIAA Journal, 6, 3:496. 
JVith J. B. Y. Tsui 

Production of uniform droplets by means of 
ion drag pump. Rev. Sci. Instr., 39, 11: 
1088. 

HOLONYAK, NICK, JR., Professor 
Books Edited 

Fundamentals of silicon integrated device 
technologv, II. Prentice-Hall, Englewood 
Cliffs, N.j., 480 pp. 
Solid state physical electronics (2nd ed.). 
Ibid., 633 pp. 
Articles 
With M. R. Johnson, D. L. Keune 

High transparency of thin platelet semicon- 
ductor laser. IEEE J. Quantum Electron- 
ics, QE-4:199. 



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With M. R. Johnson, J. R. Rossi, W. O. Groves 
Many-body wavelength shift in a semicon- 
ductor laser. Appl. Phys. Letters, 12:\Sl. 

With M. R. Johnson ■ j t„r 

Optically pumped thin-platelet semiconductor 
lasers. /. Appl. Phys.. 39:3977. 

With A. S. Epstein u,-„i,.^r 

Semiconductor lamp prospects glow ^^f^^^^ 
and brighter. Electro-Technology, 83.35. 
With J. A. Rossi, P. P-Dapkus 
F V Williams, J. W. Burd 
The laser transition and photon energy of 
GaAs in the lightly-doped limit. Appl. 
■ Phys. Letters, 13:l\7. 
With M. G. Craford, G. E. Stillman, 
J. A. Rossi 
The effect of Te and S donor levels on the 
properties of GaAsi xPx near the direct- 
indirect transition. Phys. Rev., 168:867. 
JORDAN, EDWARD C, Professor and Head 

of Department 
Books 
With K. G. Balmain 

Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems 
(2nd ed.). Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., 753 pp. 
KAPLAFKA, JAMES P., Research Associate 
Articles 
With H. Merkelo, L. Goldstein 

Evidence of low-binding-energy electrons in 
a low-temperature helium afterglow. Phys. 
Rev. Letters, 21, 14:970-73. 
With H. Merkelo, R. H. Wright, Jr., 
E. P. Bialccke 
Anomalous behavior of the competition be- 
tween the lasering transitions of the argon 
ion laser. Appl. Phys. Letters, 12, 10:337- 
39. 
KOKOTOVIC, PETAR V., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With P. Sannuti 

Singular perturbation method for reducing 
the model order in optimal control design 
IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, AL-15, 
4:377-84. 
With A. Haddad 

Estimators for optimally sensitive systems. 
Proc. IEEE, 56, 8:1399-1400. 
With J. B. Cruz, Jr., J. Heller, P. Sannuti 
Synthesis of optimally sensitive systems. 
Proc. IEEE, 56, 8:1318-24. 
KOSSOFF, GEORGE, Visiting Research 

Associate 
Articles , -r ^ 

With D. C. Robinson, W. J. Garrett 

Ultrasonic two-dimensional visualization for 
medical diagnosis. /. Acoust. Soc. Am., 
44, 5:1310-18. , ^ ,^ 

The diagnosis of hydatidiform mole by ultra- 
sound. Australian and New Zealand J. 
Obst. and Gyn., 8, 2:74-78. 



With J. H. Stranger, D. A. O'Dell, 
D. E. Robinson 
The routine use of echography in an x-ray 
department as an adjunct to routine skull 
radiology. Australian Radiology, 12, 1:LA-l/. 

KUO, BENJAMIN C, Professor 
Articles 

With D. Tabak . 

A nonlinear programming approach to optimal 



control of discrete systems with constrained 
sampling times. Proc. Joint Automatic 
Control Conf., pp. 918-22. 
LEE, SHUNG-WU, Assistant Professor 
Articles 
With R. Mittra . 

Edge condition and "intrinsic loss in uni- 
axial plasmas. Canadian J. Phys., 46. 
111-20 

Diffraction by a thick conducting half-plane 
and a dielectric-loaded waveguide. Ihbt. 
Trans. Antennas and Propagation, At'-ld, 
4:454-61. , ^ , 

Radiation from _ dielectric-loaded array ot 
waveguides. Ibid., 5:513-19. 
With R. Mittra, G. F. VanBlaricum 

A modified residue calculus technique. Intnl. 
J. Eng. Sci., (5:395-408. 
LIU, CHAO-HAN, C. H., Assistant Professor 

Articles , ,. .^, 

Wave propagation in a random medium with 
stratified background. Radio Science, i:551- 
59. 
With K. C.Yeh 

Displacement of rays in a turbulent medium. 
IEEE Trans. Antennas and Propagation, 
AP-16, 6:678-83. 
LO, YUEN T., Professor 

Articles „ ,. f, • , 

Random periodic arrays. Radio Science, i, 
5:425-36. 
With J. H. Bruning 

Electromagnetic scattering by two spheres. 
Proc. IEEE, 56, 1:119-20. 
With V. D. Agrawal • . j 

A method for removing blindness in phased 
arrays. Ibid., 9:1586-88. 
With C. S. Liang 

A multipole-field study for the multiarm log- 
spiral Antennas. IEEE Tran^- Antennas 
and Propagation, AP-16, 6:656-64. 

MAYEDA, WATURA, Professor 

Articles , „ 

Elimination of subgraphs in a signal flow 
graph. Proc. 5th Ann. Allerton Conf. Cir- 
cuit and Sys. Theory, pp. 671-82. 
Maximum flow under controlled edge flows. 
Proc. 1968 IEEE Intnl. Conf. Commun., 
pp. 694-98. 
With S. L. Hakimi, W. K. Chen, N. Deo 
Generation of complete trees IEEE Trans. 
Circuit Theory, CT-15, 2:101-5. 

MAYES, PAUL E., Professor 
Articles 

With P. G. Ingerson . , , a :,^ 

Log-periodic antennas with modulated im- 
pedance feeders. JEEE Trans Antennas 
and Propagation, AP-16, 6:633-42. 

MECHTLY, EUGENE A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. G. Smith . 

Growth of the D-region at sunrise. J. 

Atmosph. Terr. Phys.. j0:363-69. 
Seasonal variation of the lower ^'^^^^^^If^.f 
Wallops Island during the IQSY. Ibid., 
pp. 1555-61. 
With J. S. Shirke 

Rocket electron concentration measurements 
on winter days of normal and anomalous 
absorption. /. Geophys. Res., 7i: 6243-47. 



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IVith P. E. Monro, R. S. Sastry 

Analysis of ordinary mode standing waves 
observed by rockets in the E-region. Ibid., 
pp. 4291-97. 

MERKELO, HENRY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. H. Wright, E. P. Bialecke, 
J. P. Kaplafka 
Anomalous behavior of the competition be- 
tween the lasering transitions of the argon 
ion laser. Appl. Phys. Letters, 12:337. 
Vacuum ultraviolet perturbation spectroscopy 
on the argon ion laser. Appl. Phys. Let- 
ters, 13:401. 
With I. P. Kaplafka, L. Goldstein 

Evidence of low-binding-energy electrons in 
a low-temperature helium afterglow. Ph\s. 
Rev. Letters, 21:970. 

METZE, GERNOT, Associate Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

MILEY, GEORGE H., Professor 

Articles 

IFith J. E. Herceg 

A laser utilizing a low-voltage arc discharge 
in helium-neon. /. Appl. Phys., 39, 
4:2147-49. 
Studies of a low-voltage arc laser. Trans. 
Am. Nucl. Soc, 11, 1:16-17. 
With H. Hassan 

A comparison of calculated and experimental 
space-time dependent kinetics. Ibid., p. 
229. 
A determination of the dynamic coupling co- 
efficient. Ibid., 2:575-76. 
With P. K. Doshi 

Reactor neutron pulse propagation in multi- 
plying media. Ibid., 1:191. 
With H. T. Sampson 

High-voltage gamma-electric cell operation. 
Nucl. Applications, 5:145-55. 
With H. A. Kiirstedt, Jr. 

A temperature formulation of the reactor 
kinetics equations. Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc, 
11, 2:576-77. 

MITTRA, RAJ, Professor 
Articles 

With C. P. Bates 

Waveguide excitation of dielectric and plasma 
slabs. Radio Sci., 3, 3:251-66. 
With S. W. Lee 

Diffraction by thick conducting half-plane 
and a dielectric-loaded waveguide. IEEE 
Trans. Antennas and Propagation, AP-16, 
4:454-61. 
Edge condition and "intrinsic loss" in uni- 
axial plasma. Can. J. Phys., -/d: 11 1-20. 
Radiation from dielectric-loaded arrays of 
parallel-plate waveguide. IEEE Trans. 
Antennas and Propagation, AP-16, 5:513-20. 
With G. F. VanBlaricwn, Jr., S. W. Lee 
A modified residue calculus technique. Intnl. 
J. Eng. Sci., 6:395-408. 
With D. K. Waineo 

Short dipole in a uniaxial plasma. Appl. 
Sci. Res., 19, 4:60-69. 
With E. Yamashita 

Variational method for the analysis of micro- 
strip lines. IEEE Trans. Microwave 
Theory and Techniques, MTT-16, 4:251-56. 



MUROGA, SABURO, Professor 
Reviews 

Threshold logic, by P. M. Lewis, II, C. L. 
Coates. IEEE Spectrum, 7:136. 

XARAYANA RAO, N., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Ray tracing investigation of direction of 
arrival observations of HF radio waves. 
Radio Science (Xew Series), 3, 8:796-802. 

Synthesis of oblique ionograms for a quasi- 
linear ionospheric model and spherical 
earth-ionosphere geometry. IEEE G-AP 
Trans., AP-16, 6:771. 

Bearing deviation in HF transionospheric 
propagation, I. Exact computations for 
some ionospheric models with no magnetic 
field. Radio Science (New Series), 3, 12: 
1113-18. 

Bearing deviation in HF transionospheric 
propagation, II. Applications of exact com- 
putations. Ibid., pp. 1119-23. 
With K. C. Yeh 

Large-scale ionospheric irregularities deduced 
from Faraday rotation observations at 
three stations. Space Res., North- Holland 
Pub. Co., Amsterdam, 5:413-19. 

Comparison of Faraday and Doppler methods 
of obtaining ionospheric electron content. 
/. Geophys. Res., 73, 7:2447-58. 
With J. A. Klobuchar 

Comparison of ionospheric electron content 
observations at different stations, Ibid., 
19:6373-78. 

NEAL, JAMES P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Why bury the knowledge? (Trans, into 
Japanese.) /. Japan Information Center 
Sci. and Tech., 11, 4:186-91. 

PERKINS, WILLIAM R., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. B. Cms. Jr., R. L. Gonzales 

Design of minimum sensitivity systems. 
IEEE Trans. Automatic Cotitrol, AC-13: 
159-67. 
With D. F. Wilkie 

Essential parameters in sensitivity analysis. 
Proc. 2nd IFAC Symp. Sys. Sensitivity 
and Adaptivity, ETAN, Yugoslavia, pp. 
B.20-B.35. 
Generation of sensitivity functions for linear 
systems using low order models. Proc. 
6th Ann. Allerton Conf. Circuit and Sys. 
Theory, Univ. 111., pp. 598-614. 

PIERRET. ROBERT F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Frequency variation of the MOS-transistor 
Vo = O admittance. Solid State Elec- 
tronics, 11:253-60. 
With C. T. Sah 

An MOS-oriented investigation of effective 
mobility theory. Ibid., pp. 279-90. 

PREPARATA, FRANCO P., Associate 
Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

RUSSELL, JOHN K., Assistant Professor 

Books Edited 

With H. von Foerster. J. D. White, 
L. J. Peterson 
Purposive systems. Proc. 1st annual sympo- 
sium of the American Society for Cyber- 
netics, Spartan, N.Y., 179 pp. 



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Articles 

A visual image processor. IEEE Trans. 
Electronic Computers, EC-17, 7:635-39. 

SAH, CHIH-TANG, Professor 
Articles 

Excess currents in semiconductor tunneling. 
In Tunneling in solids, ed. by E. Burstein, 
Plenum Pub. Corp., N.Y., 189-201. 
With D. K. Schroder 

Effects of multiply-charged gold impurity on 
the breakdown voltage of silicon p-n junc- 
tions. Appl. Phys. Letters, i2: 141-42. 
With R. F. Pierret 

An MOS-oriented investigation of effective 
mobility theory. Solid State Electronics, 
11:279-90. 
With D. K. Schroder. A. F. Tasch 

The spatial variation of the charged gold con- 
centration in silicon step junctions. IEEE 
Trans. Electron Devices, ED-15:552-59. 
With T. L. Chiu 

Theory and experiments on the saturation 
drain conductance of MOS transistors. 
Solid State Electronics, ii: 1149-63. 

SATO, SHUICHI, Research Associate 

Articles 

Electrical properties of the defects near the 
surface of thermally oxidized silicon. In 
Lattice defects in semiconductors, ed. by 
R. Hashiguchi, Penn. State Univ. Press, 
State College, 427-37. 

SECHRIST, CHALMERS F., JR., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Interpretation of pre-sunrise electron densities 

and negative ions in the D-region. /. 

Atmosph. Terr. Phys., J(9: 371-89. 

SLOTTOW, HIRAM G., Associate Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

SWENSON, GEORGE W., JR., Professor 
See Astronomy. 

TRICK, TIMOTHY N., Assistant Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

TURNBULL, ROBERT J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Electroconvective iristability with a stabilizing 
temperature gradient I. Theory. Physics of 
Fluids, Ji:2588. 

Electroconvective instability with a stabilizing 
temperature gradient II. Experimental re- 
sults. Ibid., p. 2597. 

VERDEYEN, JOSEPH T., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. Wisniervski, M. E. Fein, 

B. E. Cherrington 
Thermal production of a population inversion 

in carbon dioxide. Appl. Phys. Letters, 12, 

8:257. 
With J. B. Gerardo 

Off-axis excitation of the coupled cavity 

spherical laser interferometer. Appl. Optics, 

7:1467. 
With P. A. Miller, B. E. Cherrington 

Dynamics of optical mixing in a He:Ne laser. 

IEEE I. Quantum Electronics, QE-4, 

10:686. 



VON FOERSTER, HEINZ M., Professor 

Books Edited 

With J. D. White, L. J. Peterson, 
J. K. Russell 
Purposive systems. Proc. 1st annual sympo- 
sium of the American Society for Cyber- 
netics, Spartan, N.Y., 179 pp. 

Articles 

With A. Inselberg, P. Weston 

Memory and inductive inference. In Bionics 
symposium 1966: cybernetic problems in 
bionics, ed. by Oestreicher and Moore, 
Gordon and Breach, Sci. Pubs., N.Y., 
pp. 31-68. 

YEH, KUNG C, Professor 
Articles 

With N. Narayana Rao 

Comparison of Faraday and Doppler methods 
of obtaining ionospheric electron content. 
/. Gcophys. Res., 7J: 2447-58. 
Large scale ionospheric irregularities deduced 
from Faraday rotation observations at 
three stations. Space Res., VIII, North- 
Holland Pub. Co., Amsterdam, 5:413-19. 
With K. C. So 

Generalized stochastic equations. /. Phys. A., 
(Proc. Phys. Soc), 1, Ser. 2:447-54. 
With C. H. Liu 

Displacement of rays in a turbulent medium. 
IEEE Trans. Antennas and Propagation, 
AP-16:678-83. 
With D. Simonich, I. Mawdsley, G. F. Freddy 
Scintillation observations at medium latitude 
geomagnetically conjugate stations. Radio 
Science, 3:690-97. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Afuso, Chushin (W. J. Poppelbaum, Adviser) , 
Analog computation with random pulse se- 
quences. 

Bourquin, Jack J. (J. B. Cruz, Jr., Adviser), 
Stability of a class of lumped-distributed 
sytems. 

Breeding, Kenneth J. (S. Muroga, Adviser), 
An approach to the general synthesis of a 
threshold element network. 

Chiu, Te-Long (C. T. Sah, Adviser), Experi- 
ments and theory on the characteristics of 
metal-oxide-semiconductor transistors in the 
current saturation range. 

Cho, Alfred (C. D. Hendricks, Adviser), 
Mean adsorption lifetimes and binding ener- 
gies of silver and gold on clean, oxygenated 
and carburized tungsten surfaces. 

Chow, David K. (R. T. Chien, Adviser), A 
geometric approach to coding theory with ap- 
plication to information retrieval. 

Conant, Roger C. (W. R. Ashby, Adviser), 
Information transfer in complex systems, 
with applications to regulation. 

Davidson, Edward S. (G. A. Metze, Adviser), 
An algorithm for nand decomposition of 
combinational switching functions. 

Heeren, Robert G. (M. D. Sirkis, Adviser), 
A thin iilm coupler for microwave harmonic 
generation. 

Ingerson, Paul G. (P. E. Mayer, Adviser), 
Analysis of some closed log-periodic struc- 
tures with applications to log-periodic an- 
tennas. 

Johnson, Milo R. (N. Holonyak, Adviser), 
Optically pumped thin platelet semiconductor 
lasers. 

Keenan, William F. (C. D. Hendricks, Ad- 



URBAN A 65 



viser), The interaction of water vapor on a 
heated tungsten surface. 

Kelly, Donald H. (G. H. Fett, Adviser), 
Double rotor induction motor. 

Kessler, Lawrence W. (F. Dunn, Adviser), 
The absorption of ultrasound in aqueous solu- 
tions of bovine serum albumin and polyethy- 
lene glycol. 

Koo, Tuh K. (W. T. Poppelbaum, Adviser), 
Opto-electronic switching matrix. 

Kubitz, William J. (VV. T. Poppelbaum, Ad- 
viser), A tricolor cartograph. 

Liu, Chi-Sheng (J. T. Verdeyen, Adviser), 
Dispersion effects in a high gain 3.39 ii 
He-Ne laser: application to the laser hetero- 
dyne measurement of plasma density. 

Nuspl, Stephen J. (J. E. Robertson, Adviser), 
On the use of finite field based modeling in 
polynominal manipulation. 

Sannuti, Peddapullaiah (J. B. Cruz, Jr., Ad- 
viser), Singular perturbation method in the 
theory of optimal control. 

Schroder, Dieter K. (C. T. Sah, Adviser), 
Impedance and other properties of gold doped 
silicon P-N junctions. 

Stefanek, Robert G. (J. B. Cruz, Jr., Adviser), 
Optimization of systems containing discon- 
tinuous elements. 

Tabak, Daniel (B. C. Kuo, Adviser), Applica- 
tion of mathematical programming in the de- 
sign of optimal control systems. 

Tracey, Robert J. (R. B. Ash, Adviser), 
Lattice coding for continuous channels. 

Vanblaricum, Glenn F., Jr. (R. Mittra, Ad- 
viser), Some analytical methods for solving 
a class of boundary value problems. 

Wilkie, Dennis F. (W. R. Perkins, Adviser), 
Use of the companion transformation in 
parameter optimization and adaptive control. 

Ziolkowski, Fredric P. (P. E. Mayes, Ad- 
viser), Investigations of normal mode helical 
dipoles. 



ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION 

DRUCKER, DANIEL C, Dean of College of 
Engineering and Professor of Civil Engi- 
neering 
Articles 

On the continuum as an assemblage of homo- 
geneous elements or states. In Irreversible 
aspects of continuum mechanics and trans- 
fer of physical characteristics in moving 
fluids, lUtAM Symposium, Vienna 1966, 
ed. by H. Parkus, L. I. Sedov, Springer- 
Verlag, Vienna, pp. 77-93. 

Thoughts on the present and future interrela- 
tion of theoretical and experimental mechan- 
ics, 1967 William M. Murray Lecture. 
Exper. Mechanics, pp. 1-10. 

Macroscopic fundamentals in brittle fracture. 
In Treatise on fracture, ed. by H. Lie- 
bowitz, Academic Press, N. Y., pp. 473- 
531. 

Closing comments of session II, Symposium 
on mechanical behavior oj materials under 
dynamic loads, ed. by U.S. Lindholm, 
Springer-Verlag, N.Y., pp. 405-9. 
With D. Rubin 

On stability of viscoplastic systems with 
thermo-mechanical coupling. In Contribu- 
tions to mechanics, the Marktcs Reiner SOth 
anniversary volume. Pergamon Press, N.Y., 
pp. 171-79. 



With W. F. Chen 

On the use of simple discontiniious fields to 
bound limit loads. In Engineering plasticity, 
ed. by J. Heyman, F. A. Leckie, Cam- 
bridge Univ. Press, London, pp. 129-45. 

EVERITT, WILLIAM L., Dean Emeritus of 

College of Engineering 
Books Edited 

Elementary nonlinear electronic circuits. 

Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 272 

pp. 
State space analysis of control systems. Ibid., 

596 pp. 
Fundamentals of silicon integrated device 

technology. Ibid., 495 pp. 
Switching circuits for engineers (2nd ed.). 

Ibid., 338 pp. 
Integrated and active network analysis and 

synthesis. Ibid., 427 pp. 
Automatic control systems (2nd ed.). Ibid., 

523 pp. 
Large-signal transistor circuits. Ibid., 268 pp. 
Introductory engineering field theory. Ibid., 

369 pp. 
Modern transistor electronics analysis and 

design. Ibid., 555 pp. 
Electronics for scientists and engineers. Ibid., 

635 pp. 
Articles 

Education: for such a time as this. In 1942- 

1967: Twenty-five years at RCA Labora- 
tories, pp. 34-45. 

WAKELAND, HOWARD L., Associate Dean 
of College of Engineering and Professor of 
Agricultural Engineering 

Articles 

The smoking volcano, development of junior 
colleges in Illinois. ///. Engr., 44, 7:5-7. 



ENGLISH 

ADELMAN, GARY S., Assistant Professor 
Poems 

The painted tombs of Tarquinia. D. H. 

Lazvrence Rev.. 1, 1:75-76. 
Hatpin Harry. Poet, March, pp. 23-24. 
Arrowhead. Prairie Schooner, Summer, pp. 

138-39. 
Into the light. Sou'wester, II, 2:58. 
The balancing act. Ibid., 2:59-61. 

APPLEBEE, ROGER K., Lecturer 

Books 

IVith J. R. Squire 

High school English instruction today. Apple- 
ton-Century-Crofts, N.Y., 311 pp. 
Reviews 

Guide to modern grammar and exposition, 
by William Schwab. Coll. Comp. and 
Comm., 29, 2:173-75. 

BAYM, NINA Z., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The blithedale romance: a radical reading. 
JEGP, 67, 4:545-69. 
Reviews 

City of the west: Emerson, America, and 
urban metaphor, by Michael H. Cowan. 
JEGP, 67, 2:327-29. 



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BENNETT, SCOTT B., Assistant Professor 

Books Edited 

With Clara Kirk, R. Kirk 

W. D. Howells, The Altrurian romances. 
Indiana Univ. Press, Bloomington, 494 pp. 

BERRY, LLOYD E., Professor 
Books 

John Stubb's Gaping gulf with letters and 
other relevant documents. (Folger Docu- 
ments of Tudor and Stuart Civilization), 
Univ. Press Virginia, Charlottesville, 277 
pp. 
With R. O. Crumtney 

Rude and barbarous kingdom: Russia in the 
accounts of sixteenth-century English 
voyagers. Univ. Wis. Press, Madison, 
415 pp. 
Reviews 

The works of Thomas Campion, ed. by Walter 
R. Davis. JEGP, 67:306-8. 

CAMPBELL, JACKSON J., Professor 
Reviews 

The feats of Beowulf, by Jane A. Leake. 
JEGP, (57:691-94. 

COSTELLO, MARK P., Assistant Professor 
Short Stories 

Murphy's Xmas. Transatlantic Rev., 27, 
Winter, pp. 55-67. 

CRISP, RAYMOND D., Research Associate 

Articles 

Current research in English teacher prepara- 
tion: a first report. ISCPET, Univ. 111. 
Press, Urbana, January. 17 pp. 

CURLEY, DANIEL, Professor 
Articles 

Eudora Welty and the Quondam obstruction. 

Studies in Short Fiction, 5, 3:209. 
The gingerbread man. In Texas Qt., The 
Univ. Texas, Austin, Summer, pp. 111-28. 

CURTIN, WILLIAM M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Willa Cather: individualism and style. 
Colby Library Qt., 8, 2:37-55. 

DAVIDSON, EDWARD H., Professor 
Books 

Jonathan Edwards: the narrative of a Puritan 
mind. Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, 
Mass., 161 pp. 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Developing a logical approach to the teaching 

of business writing. /. Bus. Comm., 5, 

4:25-33. 
Reviews 

The new industrial state, by John Kenneth 

Galbraith. Ibid., 5, 3:48-54. 
Analytical writing, by Thomas P. Johnson. 

Ibid., 6, 1:43-44. 

DUNDAS, O. JUDITH, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The rhetorical basis of Spenser's imagery. 
SEL, 8, 1:59-75. 

DUSSINGER, JOHN A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Richardson and Johnson: critical agreement 
on Rowe's The fair penitent. ES, 49:45-47. 



Reviews 

The comic art of Laurence Sterne, by John 
M. Stedmond. JEGP, 67, 2:311-14. 

FLANAGAN, JOHN T., Professor 
Books 

Introduction. In Selections from the poetical 

literature of the West, by William D. 

Gallagher. Scholars' Facsimiles & Re- 
prints, Gainesville, Fla., pp. v-xx. 
Folklore. In American literary scholarship, an 

annual/1966, ed. by James Woodress. Duke 

Univ. Press, Durham, N.C., pp. 231-49. 
Articles 

John Henton Garter, alias "commodore roll- 

ingpin." Mo. Hist. Rev., (5i:38-54. 
From La Pointe to the falls of St. Anthony 

in 1846. Minn. Hist., 4i:137-44. 
A letter from Maurice Thompson. Indiana 

Mag. Hist., (54:13-14. 
Reviews 

Our living traditions, ed. by Tristram P. 

Coffin. /. Popular Culture, 2:160-61. 
The pioneer in the American novel, 1900- 

1950, by Nicholas J. Karolides. /. Amer. 

Hist., 54:91S. 
The art of Sinclair Lewis, by D. J. Dooley. 

JEGP, (57:178-79. 
The federal theatre, 1935-1939, by Jane De 

Hart Mathews. Modern Drama, 77:217-18. 
Years of transition: the Dial, 1912-1920. by 

Nicholas Joost. Amer. Literature, 40 -.2^7 AS. 

FRIEDMAN, PAUL A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The metaphysics of the John Birch society. 
A^. Amer. Rev., 5, 1:33-35. 
Short Stories 

Portrait : my American man. In Neiv direc- 
tion in prose and poetry, ed. by J. 
Laughlin. New Directions, Inc., N.Y., pp. 
63-69. 
An American memory. Quartet, 24:16-18. 
An evening of fun. Perspective, 15, 4:244-70. 
Why Mrs. Barron perspires. Florida Qt., 1, 
3:27-40. 

GETTMANN, ROYAL A., Professor 
Books Edited 

Vernon Lee, the handling of words and other 
studies in literary psychology. Univ. Nebr. 
Press, Lincoln, 315 pp. 
Articles 

Vernon Lee and aestheticism. Prairie 
Schooner, 42, 1:47-55. 

HENDRICK, GEORGE, Professor 
Articles 

Almost everyone wants to be the lover: the 
fiction of Carson McCullers. Books Abroad, 
42:389-91. 
With Elisabeth Wright 

Bibliography of short fiction explications, 1967. 
Studies in Short Fiction, 5:407-50. 

HOMAN, SIDNEY R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An unconscious pearl among conscious swine. 
JPC, 2, 1:149-53. 

HOOK, JULIUS N., Professor 
Articles 

Changes in NCATE standards. CEE News- 
letter, 2. 2:6-7. 

Contributions of English language study to 
composition. III. J. Educ, 59, 7:5-8. 



URBANA 67 



A modular English program. Ediic. Comment 
/1968, Univ. Toledo, Ohio, pp. 38-40. 

The nine things that everybody says. Taisliu- 
kan: The English Teachers' Magazine 
(Toyko), 17, 2:56-58. 

JACOBS, PAUL H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The Illinois state-wide curriculum study cen- 
ter in the preparation of secondary school 
English teachers. In Forging ahead on 
reading, ed. by J. Allen Figurel. Proc. 12th 
Ann. Convention, Intnl. Reading Assn., 
Newark, Del., 12, 1:322-29. 

Criteria for evaluating high school English 
programs. Engl. J., 57. 9:1275-96. 

KINNAMON, KENETH, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

The free-lance pallbearers, by Ishmael Reed. 
Negro Atner. Lit. Forum, 1:18. 

KRAMER, DALE V., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The aesthetics of theme: Kafka's "In the 

penal colony." Stud. Short Fiction, 5, 

4:362-67. 
Passion in poetic theory: John Dennis and 

Wordsworth. Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 

69, 3:421-27. 
Structural artistry in Amis and Amiloun. 

Anniiale Mediaevale, 9:103-22. 
Thematic structure in Jane Eyre. Papers in 

Lang, and Lit., 4, 3:288-98. 
With R. Freeman, others 

Victorian bibliography for 1967. VS, 11, 4: 

555-614. 
Reviews 

The art of Oscar Wilde, by Epifanio San 

Juan, Jr. JEGP. 67, 1:173-74. 
Robert Browning's moral-aesthetic theory, 

1833-1855, by Thomas J. Collins. JEGP. 

67, 1:167-68. 
The shaping of The Dynasts: a study in 

Thomas Hardy, by Walter F. Wright. 

JEGP, 67, 4:717-19. 

LIEBERMAN, LAURENCE J., Associate 

Professor 
Books 

The achievement of James Dickey. Scott, 

Foresman and Co., Glenview, 111., 86 pp. 
The unblinding (a volume of poems). The 
Macmillan Company, N.Y., 89 pp. 
Articles 

The body of the dream. Poetry, 112, 2: 
121-23. 
Poems 

Tarpon. In Annual literary anthology # i, 

Farrar, Straus & Giroux, N.Y., pp. 140-42. 

Flving below sea level. Hudson Rev., 21, 3: 

462-65. 
Flying on the surface. Ibid., pp. 465-67. 
The professionals. New Orleans Rev., 1, 

1:84. 
The statue's prayer. Sou'wester, 2, 1:70-71. 
Indolence. Ihid., p. 72. 

The diving ballet. Yale Rev., 58, 2:266-68. 
Reviews 

Berryman's sonnets, by John Berryman. 

Yale Rev.. 57, 2:258-62. 
The rescued year, by William Stafford. Ibid., 

pp. 262-64. 
Poems: 1957-1967, by James Dickey. Ibid., 
pp. 264-67. 



Poems: new and selected, by Reed Whitte- 

more. Ibid., pp. 267-69. 
The solitaries, by Ted Walker. Ibid., pp. 269- 

71. 
New and selected poems, by Jean Garrigue. 

Poetry, 112, 2:121-23. 
Of flesh and bone, by John Frederick Nims. 

Ibid., 5:337. 
Hawkweed, by Paul Goodman. Ibid., 5:338. 
The panther and the lash, by Langston 

Hughes. Ibid.. 5:339. 
For a bitter season, by George Garrett. 

Ibid., 5:340. 
Amulet, by Carl Rakosi. Ibid., 5:341-42. 
The lice, by W. S. Merwin, Yale Rev., 57, 

4:598-601. 
The hard hours, by Anthony Hecht. Ibid., 

pp. 601-4. 
The damages, by Richard Howard. Ibid., pp. 

604-6. 
Figure in the door, by Arthur Gregor. Ibid., 

pp. 606-8. 
Kinds of affection, by Josephine Miles. Ibid., 

pp. 608-11. 
Body rags, by Galway Kinnell. Ibid., 58, 1 : 

137-39. 
Touch, by Thom Gunn, Ibid., pp. 139-40. 
The blue swallows, by Howard Nemerov. 

Ibid., pp. 140-41. 
After experience, bv W. D. Snodgrass. Ibid., 

pp. 141-43. 
Coming close, by Helen Chasin. Ibid., p. 

143. 
Leopards in the temple, by David Galler. 

Ibid., pp. 143-45. 
So long at the fair, by Miller Williams. 

Ibid., pp. 145-46. 
Excursions, by Katherine Hoskins. Ibid., 

pp. 146-47. 
Reasons for moving, by Mark Strand. Ibid.. 

pp. 147-49. 

MARDER, HERBERT, Associate Professor 
Books 

Feminism and art: a study of Virginia 
Woolf. Univ. Chicago Press, 190 pp. 
Articles 

Virginia Woolf's "system that did not shut 
out." PEL, 4, 1:106-11. 

PURVES, ALAN C, Associate Professor 

Books 

With Victoria Rippere 

The elements of writing- about a literary work. 
NOTE, Champaign, 111., 90 pp. 
Articles 

Designing the board's new literature achieve- 
ment test. Coll. Board Rev., 67, Spring, 
pp. 16-20. 
You can't teach Hamlet, he's dead. English 
J., 57, Sept., pp. 832-36. 

SANDERS, CHARLES, Associate Professor 

Books Edited 

With Robin R. Rice 

At length: twenty long essays for composi- 
tion. Scott, Foresman and Co., Glenview, 
111., 468 pp. 
Articles 

"First follow nature" : an annotation. ES, 
49, 4:289-302. 

SCHEICK, WILLIAM J., Dissertation 

Fellow 
Articles 

Symbolism in The education of Henry Adams. 
Ar. Qt., 24, 4:350-60. 



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The thing that is and the speculative if: 
the pattern of several motifs in three novels 
by H. G. Wells. ELT., 11, 2:67-68. 

SIMON, JOHN K., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Valery Larbaud's Fermina. Modern Lang. 

Notes, 83, 4:543-64. 
Reviews 

Anti-memoirs, by Andre Malraux. Book 

Week of Chicago Sun-Times, October 20, 

pp. 1, 13. 
The woodshed, the connecting door, and the 

blaze of noon, by Rayner Heppenstall. 

Saturday Rev., August 10, pp. 3S-36. 
The French, by Francois Nourissier. Book 

Week of Chicago Sun-Times, June 16, 

p. 11. 

STILLINGER, JACK, Professor 
Books 

Twentieth century interpretations of Keat's 
Odes. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 
122 pp. 
Articles 

The meaning of "poor cheated soul" in 
Keats's The eve of Saint Mark. ELN, 5: 
193-96. 

Keats and romance. SEL, 5:593-605. 

The text of Keats's "Ode on Indolence." 
SB, 22:255-58. 
Poems 

On being reminded of Keats on every other 
page of Professor Nina Baym's Poe article. 
Prairie Schooner, 42 -.GO-Cl. 

Committee. Ibid., p. 60. 
Reviews 

Wordsworth: a philosophical approach, by 
Melvin Rader. JEGP, 67:165-67. 

Keats and the mirror of art, by Ian Jack. 
K-SJ. 17:121-23. 

The letters of William and Dorothy Words- 
worth, ed. by Ernest de Selincourt and 
Chester L. Shaver. JEGP. 67:316. 

STUBBS, JOHN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A note on the source of Hawthorne's heraldic 

device in The Scarlet Letter. NQ, 15, 5 : 

175-76. 
The search for perfection in Rabbit, Run. 

Critique, 10, 2:94-101. 
Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter: the theory 

of the romance and the use of the New 

England situation. PMLA, 83, 5:1439-47. 

SZIROTNY, JUNE S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pride and prejudice. NQ, 212, 11:424. 

Pride and prejudice. NQ, 213, 1:31. 

A classical reference in Hard Times and in 
Middlemarch. NQ, 213, 11:421-22. 

TIBBETTS. ARNOLD M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The grammatical revolution that failed. EL, 

45, 1:44-50. 
To encourage reason on the campus: a pro- 
posal for a new college course in thinking 
and writing. AAUP BULL., 54, 4:466-72. 

TRAHERN, JOSEPH B., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Old English poetry, exclusive of Beowulf. 

In The year's ivork iji Old English studies. 

OE Newsletter, 2, 1:10-13. 



WASSON, RICHARD H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The rhetoric of theatre: the contemporanietv 

of T. S. Eliot. Drama Survey, 6, 2:231-43'. 

Comedy and history in The rainbow. MPS, 

13, 4:465-77. 
T. S. Eliot's antihumanism and antipragma- 
tism. TSLL, 10, 3:445-55. 
Reviews 

The christian tradition in modern British 
verse drama. The poetics of sacramental 
time by William Spanos. JEGP, 67, 2: 
324-27. 

WILKIE, BRIAN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Literature and the new learning. Soundings, 
51, 3:225-36. 
Reviews 

Byron and the ruins of paradise, by Robert F. 
Gleckner. JEGP, 67, 3:526-29. 

WOOLLEY, MARY LYNN JOHNSON, 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Wordsworth's symbolic vale as it functions 

in The Prelude. SIR, S, 3:176-89. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Butturff, Douglas R. (J. J. Campbell, Adviser), 
The monsters and the scholar: an edition and 
critical study of the liber monstrorum. 

Cohen, Mary B. (A. L. Altenbernd, E. J. 
Brandabur, Advisers), Ford Madox Ford: 
two passions, writing and romance. 

Conlee, John W. (J. J. Campbell, Adviser), 
Artistry in the riddles of The Exeter Book. 

Dalbey, Marcia A. (J. J. Campbell, Adviser), 
Structure and style in the blickling homilies 
for the temporale. 

Dees, Jerome S. (A. E. Barker, Adviser), The 
narrator's voice in The Faerie Queene, Christs 
Victorie, and Triumph, and The Locusts, or 
Apollyonists. 

Dolan, James C. (R. H. Green, Adviser), The 
Tractatus Super Psalmum Vicesimum of 
Richard Rolle of Harapole. 

Dust, Philip C. (A. G. Holaday. Adviser), The 
Carmen Gratulans Adventu Serenissimi Prin- 
cipis Frederici Comitis Palatini ad Academiam 
C antabrigiensem: an edition with introduction, 
translation, and commentary. 

Ehret, Thomas K. (G. B. Evans, Adviser), 
Four sermons of Henry Smith: a critical 
edition. 

Ewbank, David R. (D. Smalley, Adviser), The 
role of woman in Victorian society : a con- 
troversy explored in six Utopias, 1871-1895. 

Geoghegan, Patrick M. (J. J. Campbell, Ad- 
viser), Judgment Day II, an edition. 

Hutson, Richard E. (S. Paul, Adviser), The 
world dimensional: a study in Hart Crane's 
poetry. 

Kennedy, Patricia (J. T. Flanagan, Adviser), 
The pioneer woman in middle western fiction. 

La Rosa, Frank E. (A. G. Holaday, Adviser), 
A critical edition of John Heywood's A 
Play of Love. 

Lightner, Claude M. (R. A. Gettmann, Ad- 
viser) , Calvinism and characterization in 
the novels of Tobias Smollett. 

McGrath, Lynette F. (A. S. Barker, _ Ad- 
viser). Studies in the norms and techniques 
of sixteenth-century English satire from 
Skelton to Donne. 



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Moore, Nancy N. (A. G. Holaday, Adviser) , 

Ben Jensen's concept of decorum: a study 

of his theory and three comedies. 
Rosenthal, Bernard (E. H. Davidson, Adviser), 

Nature's slighting hand : the idea of nature 

in American writing, 1820-1860. 
Rucker, Mary E. (J. T. Flanagan, Adviser), 

The familiar essay in American literature. 
Smith, David Q. (J. Stillinger, Adviser), 

Imagination and the philosophic mind: secular 

consolation in the poetry of William Words- 
worth. 
Swanson, Roger M. (R. A. Gettmann, Adviser), 

Guilt in selected Victorian novels. 
Trower, Katherine B. (R. H. Green, Adviser), 

The plowman as preacher: the allegorical and 

structural significance of piers the plowman 

in Piers Plcnvman. 
Valencia, Willa F. (J. T. Flanagan, Adviser), 

The Picaresque tradition in the contemporary 

English and American novel. 
Via, John A. (A. E. Barker, Adviser), Studies 

in the imagery of Milton's poetry and prose 

to 1642. 
Wight, Mary M. (A. E. Barker, Adviser), 

Milton's conception of regeneration. 



ENTOMOLOGY 

BALDUF, WALTER V., Professor Emeritus 

Articles 

On the life of Vespula vulgaris (L.) and V. 
maculifrons (Buysson), (Hymenoptera: 
Vespidae). Proc. ent. Soc. Wash., 70: 
332-38. 
Bionomic notes on the hexapodous parasites 
of Acrobasis rubrifasciella (Lepidoptera, 
Phycitidae). Ann. ent. Soc. Am., 61: 
463-76. 

FRAENKEL, GOTTFRIED S., Professor 
Books 

Decorative music title pages. 201 examples 
from 1500 to 1800. Dover Publications. 
N.Y., 230 pp. 
Articles 

The heat resistance of intertidal snails at 
Bimini, Bahamas; Ocean Springs, Missis- 
sippi; and Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 
Physiol. Zool., 4J:1-13. 
With Catherine Hsiao 

Manifestations of a pupal diapause in two 
species of flies, Sarcophaga argyrostoma 
and 5. bullata. J. Insect Phys., 14:689-705. 

Morphological and endocrinological aspects of 
a pupal diapause in a fleshfly, Sarcopliaga 
argyrostoma. Ibid., pp. 707-18. 
With T. H. Hsiao 

The influence of nutrient chemicals on the 
feeding behavior of the Colorado potato 
beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Cole- 
optera: Chrysomelidae). Ann. ent. Soc. 
Am., 61:44-54. 

Isolation of phagostimulative substances from 
the host plant of the Colorado potato beetle. 
Ibid., pp. 476-84. 

The role of secondary plant substances in 
the food specificity of the Colorado potato 
beetle. Ibid., 41:485-93. 

Selection and specificity of the Colorado potato 
beetle for solanaceous and nonsolanaceous 
plants. Ibid., pp. 493-503. 

FRIEDMAN, STANLEY, Professor 
Articles 

Trehalose regulation of glucose-6-phosphate 



hydrolysis in blowfly extracts. Science, 
159:110. 

GHENT, ARTHUR W., Associate Professor 
See Zoology. 

HORSFALL, WILLIAM R., Professor 

Articles 

IVith A. A. Aly 

Bionomics of Psorophora varipes, a model 
laboratory mosquito. /. econ. Ent., 61: 
1657-60. 

LARSEN, JOSEPH R., Professor 
Articles 

With A. Broadbent 

The neurosecretory cells of the brain of 
Aedes aegytpi in relation to larval molt, 
metamorphosis and ovarian development. 
Trans. Amer. Micr. Soc, 57:395-410. 

MacLEOD, ELLIS G., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

A review of the taxonomy and morphology of 
of the Berothidae, with the description of 
a new subfamily from Chile (Neureptera). 
Psyche, 74:237-65. 
Studies on the systematics of the Berothidae, 
part I: a redescription of the genus 
Sphaeroberotha Navas, with a critique of 
the taxonomic characters used in the 
Berothinae (Neureptera). Ibid., pp. 342-52. 

METCALF, ROBERT L., Professor 
Books Edited 

Advances in pest control research. John 
Wiley-Interscience, N.Y., 245 pp. 
Articles 

The role of oxidative reactions in the mode 
of action of insecticides. In Enzymatic 
oxidation of toxicants, ed. by Hodgson. 
Proc. Cenf. North Carolina State Univ., 
Raleigh, pp. 151-72. 
Economic poisons. In Encyc. chemical tech- 
nology (2nd ed.), ed. by Standen. John 
Wiley-Interscience, N.Y., i5 :908-23. 
W-ith N. Bakry, T. R. Fukuto 

Organothiocyanates as insecticides and carba- 
mate synergists. /. econ. Ent., 67:1303-09. 
With T. R. Fukuto 

The comparative toxicity of DDT and ana- 
logues to susceptible and resistant house- 
flies and mosquitoes. Bull. World Hlth 
Org., 38:633-47. 
With T. R. Fukuto, others 

Metabolism of 2,2-dimethyl-2,3-dihydrobenzo- 
furanyl-7-N-methylcarbamate (Furadan) in 
plants, insects, and mammals. /. Agr. Food 
Chem., 16:300-11. 
With W. B. Gruhn, T. R. Fukuto 

Electrophysiological action of carbamate in- 
secticides in the central nervous system of 
the American cockroach. Ann. ent. Soc. 
Am., 61:618-24. 
With T. Miller 

Site of action of pharmacologically active 
compounds on the heart of Periplaneta 
americana L. /. Insect Phys., 14:383-94. 
A simple device for insect mechanogram. 
Ann. ent. Soc. Am., 61:1618-20. 
With R. M. Sacher, T. R. Fukuto 

Propynyl naphthyl ethers as selective carba- 
mate synergists. /. Agr. Food Chem., 16: 
779-86. 
With R. Williamson 

Salicylanilides: a new group of active un- 



70 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



couplers of oxidative phosphorylation. Sci- 
ence, 158:1694-95. 

ROSS, HERBERT H., Professor 
Articles 

The evolution and dispersal of the grassland 
leafhopper genus Emtianus, -with, keys to 
the Old World species (Cicadellidae: 
Hemiptera). Bull. Brit. Mus. {Nat. Hist.) 
Ent., 22:1-30. 
Relationships between vegetation, insects, and 
vifildlife. Proc. Intnl. Union For. Org. 
Cong., 7:218-26. 
Process of ecological change. Bioscience, 19: 
39. 
With W. E. Richer 

North American species of Taeniopteryx 
(Plecoptera, Insecta). /. Fisheries Res. Bd. 
Can., 25:1423-39. 
With W. E. Richer, Rene Malouin, P. Harper 
Distribution of Quebec stoneflies (Plecoptera). 
NaturaHste can., 95:1085-1123. 

WALDBAUER, GILBERT P., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The consumption and utilization of food by 
insects. In Advances in insect physiology 
(vol. 5), ed. by Beament, Treherne, and 
Wigglesworth. Academic Press, London, 
pp. 229-88. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Abou-Aly, Aly (W. R. Horsfall, Adviser), 
Bionomics of Pscn-ophora varipes (Coquillett) 
(Diptera: Culicidae). 

Flattum, Roger F. (J. G. Sternburg, Adviser), 
Action of nicotine on neural transmission in 
the American cockroach [Periplaneta ameri- 
cana (L.)]. 

Fogal, Willard H. (S. Friedman, Adviser), 
Morphogenesis of cuticle: its pigmentation 
and deposition, the role of bursicon, and 
changes in fat body cells in the adult flesh 
flies, Sarcophaga bullata and S. argyrostoma 
(Diptera: Sarcophagidae). 

Patterson, William J. (W. R. Horsfall, Ad- 
viser), Histopathology of the developing 
reproductive system of Aedes stimulans 
(Walker) (Diptera: Culicidae) under thermal 
stress. 

Peterson, Lance G. (J. R. Larsen, Adviser), 
Cellular immune responses of insects to 
foreign tissue implants. 

Pinto, John D. (R. B. Selander, Adviser), 
Bionomics and taxonomy of Meloe (Coleoptera, 
Meloidae), with a classification of the New 
World species. 

Ronquillo, Maria C. R. (W. R. Horsfall, Ad- 
viser), Organogenesis of the female reproduc- 
tive system of an aedine mosquito. 



EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, RESEARCH ON 

BANNATYNE, ALEXANDER D., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The transfer from modality perceptual to 
modality conceptual. In Perception and 
reading, 12th Ann. Convention, Interna- 
tional Reading Assn., Seattle. I.R.A. 
Newark, Del., pp. 7-16. 

Diagnostic and remedial techniques for use 
with dyslexic children. Acad. Therapy Qt., 
4, 1:213-24. 

Diagnosing learning disabilities and writing 



remedial prescriptions. /. Learning Dis- 
abilities, 4, 1:28-35. 

CHALFANT, JAMES C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Learning disabilities: major issues and 
problems. In Learning disabilities and 
operant conditioning; major issues and 
problems, recorded by D. Haarer, North- 
ern Mich. Univ., Marquette, pp. 1-17. 

With R. A. Henderson 

Administration. In Exceptional children re- 
search review, ed. by O. Johnson and 
H. Blank, Coun. Except. Child., Wash., 
D.C., pp. 304-31. 

With C. Kass, G. Foster 

Training specialists in learning disabilities. 
In Learning disorders. Vol. Ill, ed. by 
J. Helmuth, Special Child Pub., Seattle, 
Wash., pp. 537-50. 

With G. Kirk, K. Jensen 

Systematic language instruction: An ap- 
proach for teaching receptive language to 
young trainable children. Teaching Except. 
Child., 1:1-13. 

CLARK, GARY M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

A summary of the literature on behavior dis- 
orders in brain damaged children. In 
Brain damage in school age children, ed. 
by H. C. Haywood, Coun. Except. Child., 
Wash., D.C., pp. 182-210. 

DURANT, ADRIAN J., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With H. M. Selsnich, M. Farrell 

A survey of the status of special education 
in selected school districts. In Proceedings 
and annual report. Coun. Administrators 
of Spec. Educ, Coun. Except. Child., 
Wash., D.C., pp. 35-54. 

FARBER, BERNARD, Professor 
See Sociology. 

HENDERSON, ROBERT A., Professor 

Articles 

With M. Williamson, R. Koch 

Phenylketonuria in school age retarded chil- 
dren. Amer. J. Mental Deficiency, 72, 5: 
740-47. 
With J. C. Chalfant 

Administration. In Exceptional children re- 
search review, ed. by O. Johnson and 
H. Blank, Coun. Except. Child., Wash., 
D.C., pp. 304-31. 
Reviews 

Educating the child who is different, by 
Maria Egg. 7. Ediic. Res., 62, 3:141. 

HURDER, WILLIAM P., Professor 
Articles 

Maximum service-minimum manpower. In 
Mental health and urban social policy, 
ed. by L. Duhl and R. Leopold. Jossey- 
Bass Pubs., San Francisco, Calif., pp. 
91-110. 

JORDAN, LAURA, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Effective seatwork for the retarded. Educa- 
tion and Train. Mentally Retarded, 3, 
2:90-93. 
Reviews 

Teaching techniques for retarded and pre- 



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reading students, by Mary L. Durbin. 
Except. Child., 34, 9:711-12. 

KARNES, MERLE B., Professor 

Books 

Helping young children develop language 
skills: a book of activities. Coun. Except. 
Child., Wash., D.C., 136 pp. 

Articles 

With IV. Stndley, W. Wright, A. Hodgins 
An approach for working \vith mothers of 
disadvantaged preschool children. Merrill- 
Palmer Qt., 14:174-84. 

With J. Wollersheim, R. Stoneburner, 
A. Hodgins, J. Teska 
An evaluation of two preschool programs for 
disadvantaged children: a traditional and a 
highly structured experimental preschool. 
Except. Child., 34, 9:667-76. 

With A. Hodgins, R. Stoneburner, W. Stndley, 
J. Teska 
Effects of a highly structured program of 
language development on intellectual func- 
tioning and psycholinguistic development of 
culturally disadvantaged three-year-olds. /. 
Spec. Educ, 2:405-12. 

KIRK, SAMUEL A., Professor Emeritus 

Books 

With J. J. McCarthy, W. D. Kirk 

The Illinois test of psycholinguistic abilities 
(rev. ed.). Univ. 111. Press, Urbana. 
With M. B. Karnes, W. D. Kirk 

You and your retarded child (2nd ed.). 
Pacific Books, Palo Alto, Calif., 186 pp. 
Articles 

The Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abil- 
ities: Its origin and implications. In 
Learning disorders. Vol. Ill, ed. by 
J. Helmuth. Special Child Pub., Seattle, 
Wash., pp. 393-428. 

The national advisory committee on handi- 
capped children. Except. Child., 34, 7: 
481-84. 

Statement before the select subcommittee on 
education of the committee on education 
and labor. House of Representatives (90th 
Congress) on H.R. 17829, a bill to au- 
thorize preschool and early education pro- 
grams for handicapped children. U.S. 
Govt. Printing Ofc, Wash., D.C., pp. 
31-37. 

PARASKEVOPOULOS, JOHN 
Articles 

Symmetry, recall and preference in relation 

to chronological age. 7. Except. Child 

Psychol., 6:258-64. 

QUIGLEY, STEPHEN P., Professor 
Books 

Deaf students in colleges and universities. 
Volta Bureau, Wash., D.C., 196 pp. 
With P. J. Schmitt, J. Quadagno 

Supervisors and supervision of teachers of 
the deaf. Inst. Res. Except. Child., Urbana, 
111., 188 pp. 
Books Edited 

The vocational rehabilitation of deaf people. 
Voc. Rehab. Admin., U.S. Govt. Printing 
Ofc, Wash., D.C., 133 pp. 
Articles 

The vocational rehabilitation of deaf persons. 

In Ibid., pp. 1-4. 
Introduction. In Ibid., pp. vii-viii. 



With P. I. Schmitt, J. Quadagno 

A survey of supervising teachers in schools 
for the deaf. In Report of the proceedings 
of the 43rd convention of American instruc- 
tors of the deaf, 1967. U.S. Govt. Print- 
ing Ofc, Wash., D.C., pp. 393-97. 
Reviews 

Thinking without language, by H. G. Furth. 
Educ. Forum, 32. 3:373-74. 

SCHMITT, PHILIP J., Instructor 

Books 

With S. P. Quigley, J. Quadagno 

Supervisors and supervision of teachers of 
the deaf. Inst. Res. Except. Child., Urbana, 
lU., 188 pp. 

Articles 

With S. P. Quigley, J. Quadagno 

A survey of supervising teachers in schools 
for the deaf. In Report of the proceedings 
of the 43rd convention of American in- 
structors of the deaf, 1967. U.S. Govt. 
Printing Ofc, Wash., D.C., pp. 393-97. 

SCOTT, KEITH G., Assistant Professor 
See Children's Research Center. 

STEINMAN, WARREN M., Assistant 
Professor 
See Children's Research Center. 



FINANCE 

ARLT, CARL T., Professor 

Articles 

The economic outlook. III. Banker, Jan., 
pp. 6, 7, 16. The federal reserve system. 
In Collier's encyclopedia, ed. by Halsey 
and Shores, CroweU Collier Educ. Corp., 
Crowell Collier and MacMillan, N.Y., pp. 
635-41. 
Monetary policy guidelines and federal re- 
serve structure. In Compendium on mone- 
tary policy guidelines and federal reserve 
structure, ed. by Committee on Banking 
and Currency (House), 90th Congress, 2nd 
Session, U.S. Govt. Printing Ofc, Wash., 
D.C., Dec, pp. 87-91. 

Reviews 

The behavior of interest rates: a progress 
report, by J. W. Conard. Qt. Rev. Econ. 
and Bus., 7, 4:87-91. 

BRYAN, WILLIAM R., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. J. Aigner 

The determinants of member bank borrow- 
ing: a critique. /. Fin., 23, 5:832-37. 

FORBES, STEPHEN W., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Automobile liability claims, by Jerry S. 

Rosenbloom. /. Risk and Insur., 35, 4: 

644-48. 

GENTRY, JAMES A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Do institutional investors buy and sell com- 
mon stocks with similar characteristics? 
Qt. Rev. Econ. and Bus., 8, 4:21-30. 
With J. R. Pike 

Dual funds revisited. Fin. Analysts J., 24, 
2:149-58. 



72 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



LINKE, CHARLES M., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With C. F. Haywood 

The regulation of deposit interest rates. Bank 

Research Comm. Assn. Reserve City 

Bankers, Chicago, 80 pp. 

MAYER, ROBERT W., Professor 
Articles 

A forecast of public utility capital require- 
ments and the means of their financing. 
Proc. 7th Ann. la. State Conf. on Pub. 
Util. Val. and Rate Mkg., pp. Jll-19. 

Wood River, 1803-04. /. ///. State Hist. 
Soc, 61, 2:140-49. 

Institutionalization of stock investment. III. 
Bus. Rev., 25, 11:6-8. 

MEHR, ROBERT I., Professor 
Articles 

Automobile accident compensation systems ■ 



objectives and perspectives — remarks. In 
Crisis in car insurance, ed. by Keeton, 
O'Connell, and McCord, Univ. 111. Press, 



Business — 1967. In World topics year book, 
ed. by Sentiman and Trier, Tangley Oaks 
Educ. Center, Lake Bluff, 111., pp. 106-10. 

Tax-sheltered annuities: purchase decisions. 
7. Risk and Insur., 35, 2:207-26. 

A look at change for automobile claims. 
Ibid., 3:425-36. 

So.me thoughts on product development in life 
insurance. Ibid., 4:553-67. 

Personal goals and occupational pursuits. 
The Spectator, 176, 11:84-88. 
With B. A. Hedges 

New perspectives on risk management: com- 
ment. /. Risk and Insur., 35, 4:615-23. 

VAN ARSDELL, PAUL M., Professor 

Books 

Corporation finance — policy, planning, ad- 
ministration. Ronald Press Co., N.Y., 
1680 pp. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Elsaid, Hussein H. (P. M. Van Arsdell, Ad- 
viser), The function of preferred stock in 
the corporate financial plan, 194S-196S. 

El- Salem, Ahmed W. (P. M. Van Arsdell, 
Adviser), Financial analysis of the expansion 
of the petroleum refining industry, 1946- 
1960. 

Haugen, Robert A. (R. W. Mayer, Adviser), 
Effects of leverage and dividend policy on 
the value of equity capital. 



FOOD SCIENCE 

ARGOUDELIS, CHRISTOS J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With R. S. Pardini 

Biosynthesis of vitamin Be by a yeast mutant. 
/. Bacteriol., 96, 3:672-77. 
With P. D. Sattsangi 

Synthesis of a pyridoxal analog, 4-5 di- 
formyl-3-hydroxy-2-methylpyridine. J. Org. 
Cheyn., 33, 4:1337-41. 
With L. T. Sennello 

Synthesis of fat-soluble analogs of pyridoxal 
S'-phosphate. Ibid., 33, 10:3983-85. 
With E. G. Perkins 

Determination of double bond position in 



mono-unsaturated fatty acids using com- 
bination gas chromatography mass spec- 
trometry. Lipids, 3, 4:379-81. 
With E. G. Perkins, B. L. Walker 

The application of gas liquid chromatog- 
raphy to the analysis of lipids. In Devel- 
opments in applied spectroscopy (Vol. 6). 
Plenum Pub. Corp., N.Y., pp. 389-400. 

KUMMEROW, FRED A., Professor 
Articles 

With G. E. S. Mary, K. A. Narayan 
Rat serum lipoproteins after partial hepatec- 
tomy. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 129: 
6-12. 
With S. Zalewski 

Rapeseed oil in a two-component base stock. 
/. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc, 45, 2:87-92. 
With D. S. Sgoutas 

The influences of the major fatty acids in 
milk fat on serum cholesterol levels. In 
Dairy lipids and lipid metabolism, ed. by 
Brink and Kritchevsky. Avi Pub. Co., 
Westport, Conn., pp. 116-34. 

NARAYAN, K. ANANTH, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With G. E. S. Mary, F. A. Kummerow 

Rat serum lipoproteins after partial hepa- 
tectomy. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 129: 
6-12. 

With A. Kruski 

Some quantitative aspects of disc electro- 
phoresis. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 168: 
570-73. 

NELSON, ALVIN I., Professor 
Articles 

With R. Toledo, M. P. Steinberg 

Quantitative determination of bound water 
by NMR. J. Food Sci., 33, 3:315-17. 
With K. W. Leberniann, M. P. Steinberg 

Post-harvest changes of broccoli stored in 
modified atmospheres. 1. Respiration of 
shoots and color of flower heads. Food 
Tech., 22, 4:490-93. 

Post-harvest changes of broccoli stored in 
modified atmospheres. 2. Acidity and its 
influence on texture and chlorophyll re- 
tention of the stalks. Ibid., 4:487-90. 
With K. H. Udani, M. P. Steinberg 

Rate of moisture adsorption by wheat flour 
and its relation to physical chemical and 
baking characteristics. Ibid., 12:1561-64. 

NISHIDA, TOSHIRO, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Effect of phospholipase treatment of low 
density lipoproteins on the dextan sulfate- 
lipoprotein interaction. /. Lipid Res., 9, 
5:627-35. 

ORDAL, Z. JOHN, Professor 
Articles 

Sources of food spoilage microorganisms. 
In The safety of foods, ed. by Ayers, 
others. Avi Pub. Co., Westport, Conn., 
pp. 183-93. 
With G. W. Gould 

Activation of spores of Bacillus ccreus by 
7-radiation. /. Gen. Microbiol., 50, 1:77-84. 
With A. Oterholm, L. D. Witter 

Glycerol ester hydrolase activity of lactic 
acid bacteria. Appl. Microbiol., 16, 3: 
524-27. 



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With Carol W. Clark, L. D. Witter 

Thermal injury and recovery of Strepto- 
coccus faecalis. Ibid., 11:1764-69. 
With M. F. Campbell 

Inhibition of sporulation of Clostridium 
therosaccharolyticum. Ibid., 12:1949. 

PERKINS, E. G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With C. J. Argoudelis 

Determination of double bond position in 
mono-unsaturated fatty acids using com- 
bination gas chromatography mass spectrom- 
etry. Lipids. 3, 4:379-81. 

With B. L. Walker, C. J. Argoudelis 

The application of gas liquid chromatography 
to the analysis of lipids. In Developments 
in applied spectroscopy (Vol. 6). Plenum 
Pub. Corp., N.Y., pp. 389-400. 

SGOUTAS, DEMETRIUS, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Hydrolysis of synthetic cholesterol esters 
containing trans fatty acids. Biochim. 
Biophys. Acta, 164:317. 

With F. A. Kummeroiu 

The influences of the major fatty acids in 
milk fat on serum cholesterol 'levels. In 
Dairy lipids and lipid metabolism, ed. by 
Brink and Kritchevsky. Avi Pub. Co., 
Westport, Conn., pp. 116-34. 

STEINBERG, MARVIN P., Professor 

Articles 

With R. Toledo, A. I. Nelson 

Quantitative determination of bound water 
by NMR. /. Food Sci., 33, 3:315-17. 
With K. W. Lebermann, A. I. Nelson 

Post-harvest changes of broccoli stored in 
modified atmospheres. 1. Respiration of 
shoots and color of flower heads. Food 
Tech., 22, 4:490-93. 
Post-harvest changes of broccoli stored in 
modified atmospheres. 2. Acidity and its 
influence on te.xture and chlorophyll re- 
tention of the stalks. Ibid., 4:487-90. 
With K. H. Udani, A. I. Nelson 

Rate of moisture adsorption by wheat flour 
and its relation to physical, chemical and 
baking characteristics. Ibid., 12:1561-64. 

TOBIAS, JOSEPH, Professor 
Articles 

Dairy technology in a food science depart- 
ment. /. Dairy Sci., 51, 2:255-59. 
With N. R. Sundararajan, R. McL. Whitney 
Quantitative procedure for gas chromato- 
graphic analysis of head-space vapor over 
sterile concentrated milk. Ibid., 31, 8: 
1169-76. 

TUCKEY, STEWART L., Professor 
Articles 

Trends and development in the dairy industry 
in the United States. Netherlands Milk 
and Dairy J., 22, 1/2:64-76. 
With J. Stadhouders 

Increase in the sensitivity of the organolep- 
tic, detection of lipolysis in cow's milk by 
culturing or direct acidification. Ibid., 21, 
4:158-65. 
With J. Stadhouders, C. W. Raadsveld 
Comparison of certain methods for the de- 
termination of fat hydrolysis in milk. Ibid., 
21, 4:150-57. 



IVith N. Melachouris 

Properties of a milk clotting microbial 
enzyme. /. Dairy Sci., 51, 5:650-55. 

WHITNEY, ROBERT McL., Professor 

Articles 

With N. R. Sundararajan, J. Tobias 

Quantitative procedure for gas chromato- 
graphic analysis of head-space vapor over 
sterile concentrated milk. /. Dairy Sci., 
51, 8:1169-76. 

WILSON, HAROLD K., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Microscopic particles in sterilized milk pro- 
ducts. ///. Res.. 10. 3:19. 

WITTER, L. D., Professor 

Articles 

With A. Oterholm, Z. J. Ordal 

Glycerol ester hydrolase activity of lactic 

acid bacteria. Appl. Microbiol., 16, 3: 

524-27. 

With Carol W. Clark. Z. J. Ordal 

Thermal injury and recovery of Strepto- 
coccus faecalis. Ibid., 16, 11:1764-69. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Bluhm, Leslie (Z. J. Ordal, Adviser), The ef- 
fect of sublethal heat on the metabolic activity 
of Staphylococcus aureus MF-31. 

Campbell, Michael F. (Z. J. Ordal, Adviser), 
Glucose and l-arabinose fermentation during 
growth and sporulation of Clostridium ther- 
mosaccharolyticum. 

Cutaia, Anthony J. (Z. J. Ordal. Adviser), 
Activation of Bacillus cereus endospores. 

Singh, Surjan (S. L. Tuckey, Adviser), The 
chemical changes in the fat and protein of 
limburger cheese during ripening. 

Wong, Carl Y. (T. Nishida, Adviser), Char- 
acterization and some properties of erythro- 
cyte membrane solubilized by sodium dodecyl 
sulfate. 

Yang, Jih H. (M. P. Steinberg, Adviser), In- 
creasing the rates of heat and mass transfer 
in freeze drying of beef. 



FORESTRY 

BOGGESS, WILLIAM R., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Engineering the environment: an ecological 
perspective. In Ma}i and the quality of his 
environment, ed. by J. Ernest, Flack West- 
ern Resources Conf., Univ. Colo. Press. 
Boulder, pp. 23-26. 1967. 

With A. R. Gilmore, W. A. Geyer 

Micro-site and height growth of yellow poplar. 
For. Sci., 14:A2Q-26. 

With J. W. Geis 

The prairie peninsula: its origin and signifi- 
cance in vegetational history of central 
Ulinois. In The quaternary of Illinois, 
ed. by R. E. Bergstrom. Univ. III. Coll. 
Agr. Spec. Pub. 14, pp. 89-95. 

FOX, HOWARD W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Anti-desiccants and chemical additives used 
in keeping Christmas trees fresh in the 
home. Amer. Christmas Tree J., J2:3-10. 



74 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



GILMORE, ALVAN R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Geographic variations in specific gravity of 
white pine and red pine in Illinois. For. 
Prod. /., iS:49-Sl. 
With W. R. Boggess, W. A. Geyer 

Micro-site and height growth of yellow 
poplar. For. Sci., 14:420-26. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Site index curves for plantation-grown white 
pine in Illinois. ///. Ayr. Exp. Sta. For. 
Note, 123, 2 pp. 

GUIHER, JOHN K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Relation of specific gravity to rings-per-inch 

in Cottonwood construction lumber. For. 

Prod. J., 18:22. 



FRENCH 

ALDRIDGE, A. OWEN, Professor 
Articles 

Apostles of reason: Camilo Henriquez and 
the French enlightenment. Studies on Vol- 
taire and the Eighteenth Century, 55:65-87. 

The cloudy Spanish enlightenment. Mod. 
Lang. J., 52, 2:113-16. 

The background of Kleist's Das Erdbeben in 
Chili, Arcadia, Zeitschrift fiir Vergleic- 
hende Literatur wissenschaft. Band 3 Heft 
2:173-80. 

Thomas Paine and the classics. Eighteenth 
Century Studies, 1:370-80. 

Las Ideas en la America del Sur Sobre la 
Ilustracion Espanola. Revista Iberoameri- 
cana, 34:283-97. 

International and new periodicals in com- 
parative literature. In Yearbook of com- 
parative and general literature, 17:122-23. 
With M. Zimmerman 

Foreign influences and relations: English 
and American. In A critical bibliography 
of French literature the eighteenth cen- 
tury, Syracuse Univ. Press, Syracuse, 
N.Y., 4:212-37. 
Reviews 

Explication de Texte, ed. by Jean Sareil. 
Mod. Lang. J., 52:239-40. 

Tradition and innovation in contemporary 
literature. A round table conference of 
international P.E.N. , ed. by Laszlo Kery. 
Books Abroad, 42:174. 

Pages d'ecriture, Jean Tardieu. Ibid., p. 240. 

BASSAN, FERNANDE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Le Moise de Chateaubriand. R.Sc.Hum., 
Fasc. 132, Oct.-dec, pp. 559-90. 
Reviews 

Paysage de Chateaubriand, by J. -P. Richard. 
Ibid., pp. 685-86. 

BOWEN, BARBARA C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Rabelais and the comedy of the spoken word. 
MLR, (5i:575-80. 
Reviews 

Rabelais createur, by Alfred Glauser. Ibid., 

pp. 475-76. 
La commedia dell'arte vue a travers le Zi- 
baldone de Perouse, by Suzanne Therault. 
Ibid., pp. 274-75. 
Poems of Joachim Du Bellay, ed. H. W. 



Lawton, and Les Regrets, ed. by Jolliffe and 
M. A. Screech. Ibid., pp. 476-77. 
With V. E. Bowen 

From Montaigne to Chateaubriand, by A. 
Pugh. Ibid., pp. 712-13. 

BOWEN, VINCENT E., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Quatre contes, ed. crit. par Jacques Proust. 

MLR, 63:710-11. 
L'Encyclopedie, par Jacques Proust. Ibid., 
pp. 711-12. 
With B. C. Bowen 

From Montaigne to Chateaubriand, by A. 
Pugh. Ibid., pp. 712-13. 

GRAY, STANLEY E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Phenomenology, structuralism and Marcel 
Proust. L'Espirit Createur, 7, 1:58-74. 

JAHIEL, EDWIN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Antonis Samarakis: fiction as scenario, 

Books Abroad, 42, 4:531-34. 
Progress and Repetitiousness, Film Soc. 

Rev., 26:29-31. 
Reviews 

Chez les Frangais, by M. Reed. Canadian 

Mod. Lang. Rev., 24, 2:135-37. 
Litterature de notre temps, I, II, III, by 

Majault, Nivalt, Geronimi. Educ. Forum, 

32, 2:235-36. 
Fahrenheit 451. Film Soc. Rev., 24:12-14. 
Madchen in uniform. Ibid., pp. 10-12. 
The Heavier, by I & E Cameron. Ibid., 25: 

38-39. 
LTle des Pas Perdus, by Jean Muno. Books 

Abroad, 42, 2:234-35. 
Le Mort, by G. Bataille. Ibid., 42, 2:232. 
Histoire, by C. Simon. Ibid., pp. 235-36. 
Les Belles Images, by S. de Beauvoir. Ibid., 

July. 
Beyond the French, by Levieux. Mod. Lang. 

I., 52, 6:382-83. 
Z, by Vassilis Vassilikos. Books Abroad, 42, 

3:482. 
With face to the wall, poems by Miltos 

Sahtouris. Ibid., 4:592-93. 

JENKINS, FREDERIC M., Associate 
Professor 



Langage et poesie chez Paul Valery: 
"Amers" de Saint-John Perse, une poesie 
du mouvement, by Albert Henry. Romance 
Philol., 22:72-78. 

La Formation du vocabulaire de I'aviation, by 
Louis Guilbert. Ibid., pp. 202-9. 

JOST, FRANCOIS, Professor 
Books 

Essais de litterature comparee, vol. II, £«- 
ropaeana (1st series). Editions universi- 
taires, Fribourg and Univ. 111. Press, Ur- 
bana, 430 pp. 
Articles 

Literature et suicide. De Werther a Madame 

Bovary. RLC, 42, 2:161. 
Komparatistik order Absulutistik? Arcadia, 
3, 3:229. 

KNUDSON, CHARLES A., Professor 
Articles 

A "distinctive and charming jewel": Le 



URBANA 75 



Voyage de Charlemagne a Jerusalem et 
a Constantinople, public par Paul Aebi- 
scher. Romanic Rev., 59:99-105. 

KOLB, PHILIP. Professor 

Books 

With L. B. Price 

Marcel Proust: Textes retrouves, recueillis 

et presentes avec une bibliographie des 

publications de Proust (1892-1967). Univ. 

111. Press, Urbana, 304 pp. 
Articles 

Texte inedit de Marcel Proust: "La petite 

phrase de la sonate." Bulletin de la 

Societe des Amis de Marcel Proust et des 

Amis de Combray, i5:67S-80. 
Reviews 

The imagery of Proust, by Victor E. Graham. 

MLQ, 29:116-20. 

PRICE, LARKIN B., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With P. Kolb 

Marcel Proust: Textes retrouves, recueillis 
et presentes avec une bibliographie des 
publications de Proust (1892-1967). Univ. 
111. Press, Urbana, 304 pp. 

VELAN, YVES C, Professor 
Articles 

La Chair du livre. Critique, N° 257, Oc- 
tobre, pp. 863-69. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Betts, Madeleine E. (R. R. Hubert, Adviser), 

L'Univers de Laforgue a travers les mots. 
Jones, Louisa E. (R. R. Hubert, Adviser), 

Form and fusion in the short stories of Jules 

Supervielle. 
Klein, David J. (P. Kolb, Adviser), Les 

Marges: 1903-1914. 
Persaud, Patrick D. (J. D. Hubert, Adviser), 

French tragedy and Greek legends (1680- 

1715). 
Porter, Agnes R. (P. Kolb, Adviser), The tech- 
nique of parody in the works of Marcel 

Proust. 
Reiss, Timothy J. (J. D. Hubert, Adviser), 

Liturgy and illusion: the spectator and the 

French theatre from Hardy to Horace. 



GENERAL ENGINEERING 

DOBROVOLNY, JERRY S., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 
With R. P. Hoelscher, C. H. Springer 

Graphics for engineers. John Wilej' and 
Sons, N.Y., 917 pp. 
Articles 

The need for articulation of two- and four- 
year technical training programs. Sci. 
Educ. NeiL-s, Dec., pp. 7-8. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Civil engineering technology consultants' 
workshop. Amer. Assn. Jr. Colls., Wash., 
D.C., 31 pp. 
With E. L. Broghamer, D. C. O'Bryant 

Machine design technology curriculum guide, 
series 4. Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 
74 pp. 

O'BRYANT, DAVID C, Instructor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With A. Perlberg 

Video-tape recording for improved teaching 



in higher education. Univ. HI., Urbana, 
33 pp. 
With I. S. Dobrovolny, E. L. Broghamer 
Machine design technology curriculum guide, 
series 4. Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 
74 pp. 

PLACEK, RONALD J., Associate Professor 
Books 

Technical mathematics with calculus. Pren- 
tice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 593 pp. 



GENERAL STUDIES 

APPLEBEE. ROGER K., Lecturer 
See English. 

GAIDES, GLEN E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With S. Rosen, C. M. Weller 

Science and methods for teachers-to-be. Elem. 
School J., 69, 3:137-42. 
Reviews 

Improving objective tests in science, by 
(Clarence Nelson. /. Research Sci. Teach- 
ing, 5, 4:407-8. 

ROSEN, SIDNEY, Professor 

Articles 

With C. M. Weller, G. E. Gaides 

Science and methods for teachers-to-be. Elem. 
School J., 69, 3:137-42. 



GEOGRAPHY 

ALEXANDER. CHARLES S., Professor 

Articles 

With Jean C. Prior 

The origin and function of the Cache Valley, 
Southern Illinois. The Quaternary of Illi- 
nois, Univ. 111. Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub. 14, 
pp. 19-26. 
The marine terraces of the northeast coast 
of Tanganyika. Zeits. fiir Geomorphologie, 
Suppl. 7, pp. 133-54. 
Reviews 

Scientific problems of the humid tropical 
zone deltas and their implications. 
UNESCO. Paris, 1966. Geographical Rev., 
Jan., pp. 155-56. 
Latin America, by Harry Robinson. Ameri- 
cas, May, p. 31. 

BIER, JAMES A., Cartographer 
Atlases 

Campground atlas of the United States and 
Canada (1968-69 ed.). Alpine Geog. Press, 
Champaign, 111. 260 pp. 
Maps 

Landfonns of Ohio, 1:1,000.000 (rev. ed.). 
Ohio State Geol. Surv., Columbus, Ohio. 

FELLMANN, JEROME D., Professor 
Articles 

Developmental trends in United States urban 

geography: 1950-1966. Siviposio de Geo- 

grafia Urbana. PAIGH Pub. 274 (Rio de 

Janeiro, 1968), pp. 81-88. 
Reviews 

The spatial dynamics of U.S. urban-industrial 

growth, 1800-1914, by Allan R. Pred. Prof. 

Geog., 20, 3:223-24. 



76 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



JAKLE, JOHN A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Salt-derived place names in the Ohio Valley. 

Names, 16, 1: 1-S. 
The American bison and the human occupance 

of the Ohio Valley. Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc, 

112. 4:299-305. 

LAVALLE, PLACIDO D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Karst depression morphology in South Central 

Kentucky. Geografiska Annaler, SO, 2:94- 

108. 

Streams: their dynamics and morphology by 

Marie Morisawa. Prof. Geog., 20, 5:365-66. 

Reviews 

An approach to the study of karst water, by 
A. F. Pitty. Caves and Karst, 10, 3:32. 

NUNNALLY, NELSON R., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

A strategy for developing classifications of 
land use as interpreted from remote sensor 
imagery. Amer. Soc. Plwtogrammetry, 
Proc. 34th Ann. Meeting, March 1968, pp. 
179-86. 

ROEPKE, HOWARD G., Professor 
Reviews 

Geography and economics, by Michael Chis- 

holm. Prof. Geog., 20, 1:61. 
Geography of manufacturing, by Gunnar 
Alexandersson. Geog. Rev., 58, 4:676-77. 

THOMPSON. JOHN, Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

Central America — physical geography and 
natural resources. Encylopaedia Britan- 
nica, 1968 ed., 5:173-81. 
Mexico — physical geography. Ibid., 15: 

329-30. 
Middle America. Ibid., pp. 404-5. 
Santiago. Ibid., 19:1044-45. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Harman, Jay R. (R. W. Armstrong, Adviser), 
Environment and forest gradients on the 
southeast shore of Lake Michigan: a study in 
plant geography. 

Larson, Ronald A. (H. G. Roepke, Adviser), 
Geographic patterns of energy consumption 
in Tasmania. 

Maresh, Thomas J. (H. G. Roepke, Adviser), 
Analysis of regional variation in the produc- 
tion of coal among districts in the United 
States. 



GEOLOGY 

ANDERSON, THOMAS F., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Surface area measurement in calcite grains 

by isotopic exchange with C"-labeled 

carbon dioxide. Geochim et Cosmochim. 

Acta, 32, 11:1177-86. 

BLAKE, DANIEL B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Pedicellariae of two Silurian echinoids from 
western England. Paleontology, 11, 4: 
576-79. 
Two new Eocene corals from Oregon. /. 
Paleontology, 42, 1:201-4. 



CAROZZI, ALBERT V., Professor 
Books 

Annotated translation of de Maillet's Telli- 
amed (1748). Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, 
465 pp. 
Articles 

De Maillet's TELLIAMED (1748): an edi- 
torial venture of the eighteenth century. 
Stechert-Hafner Book News, 22, 7:97-100. 
With J. E. Lacey 

Criteres de distinction entre oolithes auto- 
chtones et allochtones — Application au 
Calcaire de Sainte-Genevieve (Viseen) de 
I'lllinois, U.S.A. Bull. Centre. Rech. 
S.N.P.A., Pan, 1, 2:279-313. 
With J. E. Roche 

Petrography of selected Chesterian carbonates 
(Visean-Namurian) from the type area in 
southwestern Illinois. Trans. III. State 
Acad. Sci., 61, 2:182-200. 
Reviews 

Amanz Gressly, ein Solothurner Geologe 
(1814-1865), by K. Meyer. Isis, 58, 5:98. 

An annotated bibliography of observations on 
Illinois water resources, by T. P. Schlunz, 
R. M. Sutton and G. W. White. Ibid., 59, 
2:222-23. 

Carbonate rocks — physical aspects, by C. V. 
Chilingar, H. J. Bissell and R. W. Fair- 
bridge. Atlas Earth Sci. Revs., 3, 3:203-4. 

Carbonate rocks — origin, occurrence and 
classification, by C. V. Chilingar, H. J. 
Bissell and R. W. Fairbridge. Ibid., 4: 
238-39. 

CARTER, JOHN L., Research Associate 
Articles 

New genera and species of early Mississippian 
brachiopods from the Burlington limestone. 
/. Paleontology, 42, 5:1140-52, plates 145- 
148, 1 text-figure. 

CHAPMAN, CARLETON A., Professor 

Articles 

A comparison of the Maine coastal plutons 
and the central magmatic complexes of 
New Hampshire. In Studies of Appala- 
chian geology, northern and maritime, ed. 
by E-an Zen, W. S. White, J. B. Hadley, 
and J. B. Thompson, Jr., Interscience 
Pubs., N.Y., pp. 385-96. 
Intersecting belts of post-tectonic "alkaline" 
intrusions in New England. III. State 
Acad. Sci., 61, pp. 46-52. 

Reviews 

Introduction to petrology, by Brian Bayly. 
/. GeoL, 76, p. 607. 

COLLINSON, CHARLES W., Professor 
Articles 

With L. E. Becker, M. P. Carlson, 
F. H. Dorheim, C. W. James, others 
Devonian of the north-central region. United 
States. Intnl. Symp. Devonian System: 
Albert Soc. Petrol. Geols., i: 933-71. 

DEERE, DON U., Professor 
See Civil Engineering. 

DOMENICO, PATRICK A., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With D. V. Anderson, C. M. Case 

Optical ground water mining. Water Re- 
sources Res., 4, 2:247-55. 



URBAN A 77 



DONATH, FRED A., Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Role of experimental rock deformation in dy- 
namic structural geology. In NSF ad- 
vanced science seminar in rock mechanics 
for college teachers of structural geology, 
ed. by Robert E. Riecker, Bedford, Mass., 
Air Force Cambridge Research Labora- 
tories TSL Special Report, pp. 355-438. 

FRYE, JOHN C, Professor 
Books Edited 

With C. B. Schults 

Loess and related eolian deposits of the world 
(vol. 12), Proc. 7th INQUA Congr., Univ. 
Nebr. Press, Lincoln, 369 pp. 
Articles 

Illinois State Geological Survey and the 
mining industry. ///. Mining Inst. Proc, 
75th Anniv. Meeting, 1967, pp. 14-27. 
With H. B. Willman, H. D. Glass 

Correlation of midwestern loesses with gla- 
cial succession. In Loess and related 
eolian deposits of the world (vol. 12), 
Proc. 7th INQUA Congr., ed. by Frye and 
Schultz, Univ. Nebr. Press, Lincoln, pp. 
3-21. 
With A. B. Leonard 

Late- Pleistocene Lake Lomax in western 
Texas. In Means of correlation of quater- 
nary successions, ed. by R. B. Slorrison, 
H. E. Wright, Jr., Proc. 7th INQUA 
Congr., Univ. Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 
S:S19-34. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With H. B. Willman, H. D. Glass 

Research and service of the Illinois State 
Geological Survey. Ann. Rpt., Dept. Regis. 
and Educ, State of III.: 111. State Geol. 
Survey Reprint Series 1968-M, 24 pp. 

Clay mineral composition, a source indicator 
of midwest loess. In Quarternary of Illi- 
nois, Univ. 111. Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub. 14, 
pp. 35-40. 

Mineral zonation of Woodfordian loess of 
Illinois. ///. State Geol. Surv. Circ. 427, 
44 pp. 
With A. B. Leonard 

Development of Pleistocene stratigraphy in 
Illinois. In Quarternary of Illinois, Univ. 
111. Coll. Agr. Spec. Pub. 14, pp. 3-10. 
With H. B. Willman, M. Rubin, 
R. F. Black 

Definition of Wisconsinan stage. U.S. Geol. 
Survey Bull., 1274-E, 22 pp. 

Geological information for managing the en- 
vironment. Texas Qt., 11, 2:55-68. 
Reviews 

Loess deposits of Mississippi, by E. L. 
Krinitzsky, W. J. Turnbull. Amer. I. Sci., 
226, 10:999-1001. 

GRIM, RALPH E., Research Professor 

Emeritus 
Books 

Clay mineralogy (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill 
Book Co., N.Y. 596 pp. 
Articles 
With E. Couch 

Boron fixation by illites. Clay and Clay Min., 
i(5:249-56. 
With F. M. Wahl 

The kaolin deposits of Georgia and South 
Carolina, U.S.A. Proc. 18th Intnl. Geol. 
Congr., Prague, Czechoslovakia, 14:9-28. 



HAGNER, ARTHUR F., Professor 

Articles 

The titaniferous magnetite deposit at Iron 
Mountain, Wyoming. In Ore deposits of 
the United States, 1933-1967, ed. by John 
D. Ridge, Amer. Inst. Min., Met., and 
Pet. Engrs., N.Y., pp. 665-80. 

HAY, WILLIAM WINN, Professor 
Articles 

With H. M. Bolli, J. E. Boudreaux, 

C. Emiliani, R. I. Hurley, J. I. Jones 
Biostratigraphy and paleotemperatures of a 
section drilled and cored on the Nicaragua 
Rise by the vessel Submarex (Expedition 
Submarex 6301). Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., 
78:459-70. 

With P. A. Sa7idberg 

Application of the scanning electron micro- 
scope in paleontology and geology. Proc, 
1968 symp. on the scanning electron micro- 
scope, ed. by Johari, 111. Inst. Tech. Res. 
Inst., pp. 29-38, 16 figs. 

With S. W. Wise, Jr. 

Scanning electron microscopy of molluscan 
shell ultrastructures, I. Techniques for 
polished and etched sections. Trans. Amer. 
Microsc. Soc, 57:411-18. 
Scanning electron microscopy of molluscan 
shell ultrastructures, II. Observations of 
growth surfaces. Ibid., pp. 419-30. 

LANGENHEIM, RALPH L., JR., Professor 
Articles 

With J. E. Gordon, K. G. O'Brien 

Devonian stratigraphy and biostratigraphy at 
Dutch John Mountain, Lincoln County, 
Nevada. Trans. III. State Acad. Sci,, 61, 
3:233-46. 
With S. H. Frost 

New name for the rugose coral, Temnophyl- 
lum waltheri Frost and Langenheim. /. 
Paleontology, 42, 5:1313. 

MANN, C. JOHN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Geology of archeological site 48SH312, 
Wyoming. Plains Anthropolist, 13, 39: 
40-45. 
The Illinois basin, Mississippi embayment, 
and Ouachita Orogenic belt. Gulf Coast 
Assn. Geol. Soc. Trans., 18:222-25. 
With W. A. Thomas 

The ancient Mississippi River. Ibid., pp. 186- 
204. 
Reviews 

Physical geology laboratory manual, by W. K. 
Hamblin and James D. Howard. /. Geol. 
Educ, 16:ZA. 

RICHARDS, ADRIAN F., Professor of 

Geology and Civil Engineering 
Articles 

Discussion to session I, shear strength of soft 
clay. Proc. Geotech. Conf., Oslo, 1967, 2: 
131-33. 
With H. W. Parker 

Surface coring for shear strength measure- 
ments. In Civil engineering in the oceans, 
Amer. Soc. Civil Eng., N.Y., pp. 445-88. 
Reviews 

Estuaries, ed. by G. H. Lauff. Geotimes, 
13:32. 

SANDBERG, PHILIP A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A new specimen stub for stereophotography 



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with the scanning electron microscope. 
Micropaleontology, i^: 489-98, 1 pi. 
With W. W. Hay 

Application of the scanning electron micro- 
scope in paleontology and geology. Proc, 
1968 symp. on the scanning electron micro- 
scope, ed. by Johari, 111. Inst. Tech. Res. 
Inst., pp. 29-38, 16 figs. 

WAHL, F. MICHAEL, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With R. E. Grim 

The koalin deposits of Georgia and South 
Carolina, U.S.A. Proc. 18th Intnl. Geol. 
Congr., Prague, Czechoslovakia, 14:9-28. 

WHITE, GEORGE W., Research Professor 
Books Edited 

A view of the soil and climate of the United 
States of America, by C. F. Volney. Trans, 
with occasional remarks by C. B. Brown. 
Pub. as part of Contributions to the history 
of geology series, vol. 2. Hafner Pub. Co., 
Inc., N.Y., 466 pp. (Facsimile of 1804 
edition, with Introduction.) 

The Prodromus of Nicolaus Steno's disserta- 
tion concerning a solid body enclosed by 
process of nature within a solid. An 
English version with an Introduction and 
explanatory notes by John Garrett Winter, 
with a Foreword by William H. Hobbs. 
Pub. as part of Contributions to the history 
of geology series, vol. 4. Hafner Pub. Co., 
Inc., N.y., 114 pp. (Facsimile of 1916 
edition with editorial foreword.) 
Articles 

Age and correlation of Pleistocene deposits 
at Garfield Heights (Cleveland), Ohio. 
Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., 79:749-56. 

John Keill's view of the hydrologic cycle, 
1698. Water Resources Res., 4:1371-74. 

Memorial to J. Ernest Carman (1882-1966). 
Geol. Soc. Amer. Proc, 1966, pp. 205-10. 

Early State Geological Survey publications. 
Stechert-Hafner Book News, 23:21-23. 

Pleistocene deposits of the north-west Alle- 
gheny Plateau, U.S.A. Geol. Soc. London 
Proc, 1648:67-70. 
Reviews 

Short reviews in Ninety-second critical bibli- 
ography of the history of science and its 
cultural influence. Isis, 58, 5:27-28, 43, 80, 
96-97, 108-109, 119. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Coon, Richard F. (^D. U. Deere, Adviser), 

(Correlation of engineering behavior with the 

classification of in-situ rock. 
Home, John C. (H. R. Wanless, Adviser), 

Detailed correlation and environmental study 

of some late Pennsylvanian units of the 

Illinois Basin. 
Merritt, Andrew H. (D. U. Deere, Adviser), 

Engineering classification for in-situ rock. 
Pinder, George F. (D. U. Deere, Adviser), A 

numerical technique for aquifer evaluation. 
Plusquellec, Paul L. (W. W. Hay, Adviser), 

Some Ostracod Genera of the subfamily 

campylocytherinae. 



GERMANIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES 

ANTONSEN, ELMER, Associate Professor 
Articles 

On the origin of Old English diagraph spell- 
ings. SIL, 19:5-17. 



Reviews 

A history of the German language, by John 

T. Waterman. SIL, 19:89-90. 
Jazyk drevnejsix runiceskix nadpisej, by E. 

A. Makaev. Lg., 44:132-35. 
Schrifttafeln zum althochdeutschen Lesebuch, 

by Hanns Fischer. JEGP, 67, 3:492-93. 
Die Runeninschriften im alteren Futhark, by 

Wolfgang Krause. Lg., 44:627-32. 

BURKHARD, MARIANNE, Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

C. F. Meyer et la Nouvelle, by Georges 

Brunet. Literaturbeilage der Neiien Ziir- 

cher Zeitung. Nr.663, 27.0ktober. 
Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen, 

Gesammelte Werke in Einzelausgaben, ed. 

by R. Tarot, W. Bender, F. G. Sieveke. 

Schzveijjer Monatshcfte, 48, 9:952-57. 

COUCH, DAVID R., Graduate Teaching 

Assistant 
Articles 

A theatrical evaluation of Goethe's abridged 

stage adaptation of Gotz. GQ., 41, 2: 

149-66. 

FREY, JOHN R., Professor 
Articles 

German literature. In Modern literature II, 
ed. by Schlatter. Prentice Hall, Englewood 
Cliffs, N.J., pp. 123-83. 
Die stumme Begegnung. Beobachtungen zur 
Funktion des Blicks im Tod in Venedig. 
GQ., 41, 1:177-95. 
Anglo-German literary bibliography for 1967. 
JEGP, 67, 3:485-90. 
Reviews 

Schiller, by H. Cysarz. Germanistik, 9:750. 

HAILE, H. G., Professor 
Articles 

Faust 2069: Feuerluft was the common term 

for oxygen. GQ., 41, 1:39-42. 
Teaching and basic research in literature. 

MLJ, 52. 6:362-66. 
Reviews 

Goethe's Die Wahlverwandtschaften. A lit- 
erary analysis, by H. G. Barnes. JEGP, 

67, 2:363. 
Emblematik und Drama im Zeitalter des 

B a rock, by Albrecht Schone. MLN, 83, 

3:480-81. 
Catherina Regina von Greiffenberg: Leben 

und Welt der barocken Dichterin. Monats- 

hefte, 60, 3:309-10. 

KNUST, HERBERT, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Moderne variationen des Jedermann-Spiels. 
In Helen Adolf Festschrift, ed. by S. Z. 
Buehne, J. L. Hodge, L. B. Pinto, 
Frederick Ungar Pub., N.Y., pp. 309-41. 
Reviews 

Grammatik der deutschen Sprache, by Heinz 
Griesbach and Dora Schulz. GQ., 41, 1 : 
124-26. 
Contemporary German, by George A. C. 
Scherer and Hans-Heinrich Wangler. GQ., 
41, 3:481-82. 

LORBE, RUTH, Associate Professor 
Books 

Lyrische Standpunkte. Interpretationen mod- 

erner Gedichte. Bayerischer Schulbuch- 

Verlag, Miinchen, 192 pp. 



URBANA 79 



Reviews 

Struktur und Sprachmagie. Zur Methode der 
Lyrik-Interpretation, by Herbert Lehnert. 
JEGP, 67, 1:96-97. 

McGLATHERY, JAMES M., Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

Kleists Aufsatz iiber das Marionettentheater. 

Studien und Interpretationen. Mit einem 

Nachwort herausgegeben von Helmut 

Sembdner. /£GP, 67, 2:368-69. 

MITCHELL, P. M., Professor 
Articles 

Bibliographical problems in comparative liter- 
ature. Yrbk. Comp. and Genl. Lit., 17: 
99-102. 
Reviews 

Die Autobiographien zur deutschen Literatur, 
Kunst und Musik 1900-1965, by Ingrid 
Bode. JEGP, 67, 1:104-5. 

The Oxford Ibsen (Vol. VII). JEGP, 67, 
1:181-82. 

Deutsches Literature-Lexikon (3rd ed.), 1.-2.- 
Liefrung. JEGP, 67, 2:335-36. 

Borge Houmann. Talt og skrevet om Martin 
Andersen Nexo II. Scand. Stud., 40, 1:69. 

Nils Erik Enkvist: British and American 
literary letters in Scandinavian public 
collections. A survey. Orbis Litterarum, 
22. 4:331-32. 

NOCK, FRANCIS J., Professor 
Articles 

Die *M-Gruppen der Parzival-Handschriften. 
PBB (Halle), 90, 1-2:145-73. 

RAUCH, IRMENGARD, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Dimensions of sound change in relation to an 
early Holderlin poem. Lg., 34:A6-5A. 
Reviews 

German Grammar (Vols. I, II, III) by Peter 

__j0rgensen. Monatshefte, 60:198-202. 

Ubersicht uber die lateinische Literatur von 
der Mitte des VI. Jahrhunderts bis zur 
Mitte des XIV. Jahrhunderts, by Gustav 
Grober (and) Forschung zur althochdeut- 
schen Literatur 1945-1962, by Heinz Rupp. 
Monatshefte, (50:83-85. 

Structuralisme en Oudgermanistiek, by F. van 
Coetsem. Lg., 38:97-102. 

SCHIER, RUDOLF D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Von der Metapher zur figuralen Sprache: 
Dargestellt an Georg Trakls "Gesang des 
Abgeschiedenen." DU, 20, 4:49-68. 
Reviews 

Modern German literature: the major figures 
in context, by Henry Hatfield. JEGP, 67, 
1:135-36. 

SCHLUTTER, HANS J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Adam Puschmans Skansionsbegriff. ZfdA, 

97, 1:73-80. 
Urkundliches iiber Franz Xaver Klinger. 
Goethe, Jahrbuch der Goethe-Gesellschaft, 
29:288. 
Reviews 

Die rhytmisch-metrische Gestaltung des Knit- 
telverses bei Hans Folz, by Hubert Heinen. 
JEGP, 67, 1:114-16. 
Germanische Altertumskunde. Einfiihrung in 



das Studium einer Kulturgeschichte der 

Vor- und Friihzeit, by Volkmar Kellermann. 

JEGP, 67, 2:338-43. 
Die deutsche Novelle zwischen Klassik und 

Romantik, by Josef Kunz. JEGP, 67, 2: 

338-43. 
Stoff- und Motivgeschichte. by Elisabeth 

Frenzel. JEGP, 67, 2:338-43. 

STEGEMEIER, HENRI, Professor 
Reviews 

Emblemata. Handbuch zur Sinnbildkunst . . . , 
A. Henkel and A. Schone. JEGP, 67, 

4:656-72. 

WILLSON, HAROLD B., Visiting Professor 
Articles 

Ordo Amoris in Wolfram's Parsival. JEGP, 

67, 2:183-203. 
Kalogreant's curiosity in Hartmann's Iwein. 
GLL, 21, 4:287-96. 
Reviews 

Kudrun, by Werner Hoffman. JEGP, 67, 

2:353-56. 
An Introductory MHG Text, by Hughsacker. 
GLL, 21, 4:353-54. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Dill, Heinz J. (J. R. Frey, Adviser), Das 

spiel und das spielerische bei Thomas Mann. 
Jansen, Peter K. (J. R. Frey, Adviser), Die 

ironie und das verhaltnis zur wirklichkeit im 

werk Georg Biichners. 



GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

FISHER, GLENN W., Professor 

Books 

With R. P. Fairbanks 

Illinois muncipal finance : a political and 
economic analysis. Univ. 111. Press, Ur- 
bana, 242 pp. 
Articles 

The British economy and American economic 
power. Delphian Qt., 51:9-12. 

GOVE, SAMUEL K., Professor 
Articles 

To gain perspective. Natl. Civic Rev., 57, 

4:195-99. 
Chicago. In Encyclopedia Americana, pp. 

146-47. 
Illinois. Ibid., pp. 335-36. 

Illinois state government. In Illinois blue 
book 1967-68, pp. 41-51. 
With B. W. Solonwn 

The politics of higher education: a biblio- 
graphic essay. /. Higher Educ, 39, 4: 
181-95. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Reapportionment and the cities : the impact 
of reapportionment on urban legislation in 
Illinois. Center for Research in Urban 
Govt., Loyola Univ., Chicago, No. 12, 
35 pp. 
With R. J. Carlson 

An introduction to the Illinois general 
assembly. Univ. 111. Inst. Govt, and Pub. 
Affairs, Urbana, 199 pp. 

KITSOS, THOMAS R., Research Assistant 
Articles 

The 1966 county elections. ///. Govt., No. 30, 
4 pp. 



80 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



MERANTO, PHILIP J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Competing for P.A.T. personnel: state and 

local governments vs. private industry. In 

Manpower for Illinois governments, Univ. 

111. Inst. Govt, and Pub. Affairs, Urbana, 

pp. 31-37. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Executive leadership and race relations: the 

problem confronting Illinois mayors. Univ. 

III. Inst. Govt, and Pub. Affairs, Urbana, 

37 pp. 

MONYPENNY, PHILLIP, Professor 
See Political Science. 

PISCIOTTE, JOSEPH P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

WUh V. S. Hjelm. 

Profiles and careers of Colorado state legis- 
lators. West. Pol. Qt., 21, 4:698-722. 
With T. J. Anton 

Provincial administrators: profile and career 
patterns of Illinois state officials. In Man- 
power for Illinois governments, Univ. 111. 
Inst. Govt, and Pub. Affairs, Urbana, 
pp. 49-58. 



HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATION 

CRESWELL, WILLIAM H., JR., Professor 
Articles 

Theoretical propositions of a curriculum de- 
sign for health education. Academy Papers, 
The Amer. Academy Phys. Educ, 2:1-9. 
With E. M. Sliepcevich 

A conceptual approach to health education for 
nutrition education. Amer. J. Public Health, 
58, 4:684-91. 
With R. P. Irwin 

The status of the master's degree in health 
education offered by institutions other than 
schools of public health. /. Sch. Health, 38, 
4:213-19. 
With D. J. Merki, W. J. Huffman, D. B. Stone, 
I. Newman 

The effects of two educational methods and 
message themes on rural youth smoking 
behavior. Ibid., 7:448-54. 

FLORIO, AURELIO E., Professor 
Articles 

Graduate programs in safety education. Natl. 
Safety Cong. Trans., 25:91-94. 

Accident prevention: concepts and supporting 
data relating to problem areas. In Health 
Concepts — Guides for Health Instruction, 
Amer. Assn. Health, Phys. Educ. and 
Rec, Wash., D.C., pp. 7-8. 

HOYMAN, HOWARD S., Professor 
Articles 

Should we teach about birth control in high 

school sex education? J. Sch. Health, 38, 

9:545-56. 
Sex and American college girls today. Child 

and Family, 7, 1 :27-37. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With others 

Steps toward implementing family life and 

sex education programs in Illinois schools. 

Ofc. Sunt. Public Instruction, Springfield, 

111., 22 pp. 
Resource materials — family life and sex 

education. Ibid., 51 pp. 



Annual report of the research council of the 
American School Health Association. /. 
Sch. Health, 38. 2:104-6. 

HUFFMAN, WARREN J., Professor 
Articles 

Evaluation of high school driver education 
programs in Illinois. ///. High Sclwol and 
Coll. Driver Educ. Assn. Qt. J., 2:11-13. 

Preliminary report of the driver education 
program development and evaluation con- 
sultant group. Ibid., 3:3-7. 
With D. J. Merki, W. H. Creswell, D. B. Stone, 
I. N ewman 

The effects of two educational methods and 
message themes on rural youth and smoking 
behavior. /. Sch. Health, 38, 7:448-54. 
With R. W. Seehafer, M. D. Kimie 

Effects of a low level blood-alcohol concentra- 
tion on psychophysiological and personality 
measures under controlled driving condi- 
tions. ///. High Sclwol and Coll. Driver 
Educ. Assn. Qt. J., i:14-16. 
With G. R. Hummel 

A comparison of accelator release and brake 
response times of ten hand and foot braking 
methods on a simulator under three ex- 
perimental conditions. Natl. Safety Cong. 
Trans.: School and Coll. Safety, 2i: 114-16. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With National Committee 

School safety policies. Amer. Assn. Health, 
Phys. Educ. and Rec, Natl. Educ. Assn., 
Wash., D.C., 32 pp. 

STONE, DONALD B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With D. J. Merki, W. H. Creswell, 
W. Huffman, I. Newman 
The effects of two educational methods and 
message themes on rural youth smoking 
behavior. /. Sch. Health, 38, 7:448-54. 



HEALTH SERVICE 

BROWN, BRUCE L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Spontaneous pneumothorax and viral infec- 
tion. JACHA, 16, 4:407-8. 

FELLA, GALE A., Associate in Health 

Science 
Articles 
With L. M. Hursh 

The effect of 22, 25-diazacholestanol dihydro- 

chloride on the fertility of pigeons, part 

II. JACHA, 17, 1:87-89. 

HURSH, LAURENCE M., Director of Health 

Service and Professor 
Articles 

Wart cryotherapy. /. Cryosurgery, 1, 4: 
280-83. 
With G. A. Fella 

The effect of 22, 2S-diazacholestanol dihydro- 
chloride on the fertility of pigeons, part 
11. JACHA, 17, 1:87-89. 

KINZIE, MARION D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. Seehafer, W. Huffman 

Effects of a low level blood-alcohol concen- 
tration on psychophysiological and personal- 
ity measures under controlled driving con- 
ditions. ///. High School and Coll. Driver 
Educ. Assn. Qt. J., i: 14-16. 



URBANA 81 



WALTERS, ORVILLE S., Professor of Health 
Science and Lecturer in. Psychiatry, Medi- 
cal Center at Chicago 
Articles 

Emotional conflicts of university students. 

Christianity Today, J2: 490-94. 
Theology and changing concepts of the un- 
conscious. Religion in Life, 57:112-28. 
Contraceptives and the single person. 
Christianity Today, 13:16-17. 
Reviews 

The diaglog^Je between theology and psy- 
chology, ed. by Peter Homas. Ibid., pp. 
275-76. 

HISTORY 

APPLEBAUM, WILBUR, Assistant Professor 

Reviews 

Kepler's Somnium: the dream, or post- 
humous work on lunar astronomy (trans, 
with commentary by Edward Rosen). 
Historian, 50:249-50. 

ARNSTEIN, WALTER L., Professor 
Articles 

Votes for women: myths and reality. Hist. 
Today, 18. 8:531-39. 
Reviews 

Makers of modem England: the force of 
individual genius in history, by Giovanni 
Costigan. Vic. Studies, 11, March, pp. 
414-15. 

BATES, J. LEONARD, Professor 
Reviews 

Wilderness and the American mind, by 

Roderick Nash. Amer. Hist. Rev., 73: 

1612-13. 
The fight for conservation, by Gifford Pin- 

chot, with new introduction by Gerald D. 

Nash. Pac. North-west Qt., 59:217. 
Twelve against empire: the anti-imperialists, 

1898-1900, by Robert L. Beisner. Ann. 

Amer. Acad. Pol. and Soc. Sci., 380:174-75. 

BERNARD, PAUL P., Professor 
Books 

Joseph II. Twayne Publishers, N.Y., 155 pp. 
Articles 

Zion through a spy-glass, darkly. Colo. Coll. 
Stud., 10:1-39. 
Reviews 

The revolutionary emperor, by Saul K. 

Padover. Choice, Jan., p. 1307. 
Don John of Austria, by Charles Petrie. 

Ibid., June, p. 548. 
Heresy in the later Middle Ages: the rela- 
tion of heterodoxy to dissent, by Gordon 
Leff (2 vols.). Amer. Hist. Rev., Oct., 
pp. 140-41. 

BROWN, SIDNEY D., Visiting Professor 
Books Edited 

Studies on Asia 1967. Univ. Nebr. Press, 
Lincoln, 192 pp. 

DAWN, C. ERNEST, Professor 
Articles 

The Egyptian remilitarization of Sinai, May, 
1967. I. Contemp. Hist., 3, 3:201-24. 
Reviews 

Politics and the military in Jordan, by P. J. 
Vatikiotis. Amer. Hist. Rev., 74, 1:238-39. 



EASTMAN, LLOYD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Political reformism in China before the Sino- 
Japanese War. JAS, 27, 4:695-710. 

FARNHAM, WALLACE D., Professor 

Reviews 

The diary of James A. Garfield (vols. 1, 2), 
ed. by Harry James Brown and Frederick 
D. Williams. /. Amer. Hist., 55, 3:623-24. 

FISHER, RALPH T., JR., Professor 

Reviews 

Prologue to revolution: notes of A. N. 
lakhontov on the secret meetings of the 
Council of Ministers, 1915, ed. by Michael 
Cherniavsky. Russian Rev., 27:487-88. 

HILL, BENNETT D., Associate Professor 
Books 

English Cistercian monasteries and their 

patrons in the twelfth century. Univ. 111. 

Press, Urbana, 188 pp. 

HITCHINS, KEITH A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The Russian Revolution and the Rumanian 

Socialist Movement, 1917-1918. Slavic Rev., 

27, 2:268-89. 
The Romanians of Transylvania and the 

Aitsgleich, 1865-1869. Revue Roumaine 

d'Histoire, 7, 2:197-231; trans, in Ru- 
manian: Romanii din Transilvania 5i Com- 

promisul Dualist. 1865-1869, Studii. Re- 

z^std de Istorie, 21, 2:289-315. 
Amintirea Clujului. Tribiina, 12, 26:5. 
Politica americana =i unirea Transilvaniei cu 

Romania in 1918, Ibid., 48:8. 
Reviews 

Memorii, 1401-1477, by Georgios Sphrantzes. 

Amer. Hist. Rev., 73, 5:1504-5. 
Acta Musei Nai)ocensis (vol. III). Ibid., pp. 

1571-73. 
lobagia in Transilvania in secolul al XVI-lea 

(2 vols.), by D. Prodan. Ibid., 74, 2:661-62. 
Supplex Libellus Valachorum, by D. Prodan. 

Ibid., pp. 662-64. 
Studien zur Geschichte Osteuropas. 3 Teil: 

Gedenkband fiir Heinrich Felix Schmid. 

lahrbiicher fiir Geschichte Osteuropas, 16, 

1:119-21. 
Romania, by Dumitru Berciu. E. European 

Qt., 2, 2:175-76. 
Avram lancu, by Silviu Dragomir. Balkan 

Studies, 8, 2:516-19. 
Dacii, by Hadrian Daicoviciu. Can. Slavic 

Studies, 2, 3:431-32. 
Opere alese (2 vols.), by Panait Istrati. 

Books Abroad, Jan. 
Balada populara romana, by Gheorghe 

Vrabie. Ibid. 

JAHER, FREDERIC C, Associate Professor 
Books Edited 

America in the age of industrialism. Free 
Press, N. Y., 400 pp. 
Articles 

The Boston Brahmins in the age of industrial 
capitalism. In America in the age of in- 
dustrial capitalism, ed. by Jaher. Ibid., 
pp. 188-263. 
The new nation: an introduction and ap- 
praisal. Labor Hist., 9:376-79. 
Reviews 

The emergence of metropolitan America, by 
Blake McKelvey. /. Amer. Hist., 55: 
679-81. 



82 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



JOHANNSEN, ROBERT W., Professor 
Articles 

In search of the real Lincoln, or Lincoln at 
the crossroads. /. III. State Hist. Soc, 61: 
229-47. 
Reviews 

Lincoln vs. Douglas: the great debates cam- 
paign, by Richard Allen Heckman. /. 
South. Hist., 34:124-25. 

"Black Jack": John A. Logan and southern 
Illinois in the Civil War era, by James P. 
Jones. Ind. Mag. Hist., 64:80-81. 

Joe Lane of Oregon: machine politics and 
the sectional crisis, 1849-1861, by James E. 
Hendrickson. Pac. Northwest Qt., 59:110. 

The American party systems: stages of 
political development, ed. by William 
Nisbet Chambers and Walter Dean Burn- 
ham. /. Anier. Hist., 55:108-9. 

The frontier re-examined, ed. by John Francis 
McDermott. Ariz, and the West, 10:191-92. 

The papers of Ulysses S. Grant, vol. I, 
1837-1861, ed. by John Y. Simon. Pac. 
Northwest Qt., 59:168. 

KRUEGER, THOMAS A., Associate Professor 

Reviews 

The South since Appomattox: a century of 
regional change, by Thomas D. Clark and 
Albert D. Kirwan. /. Ul. State Hist. Soc, 
61:385-87. 

LOVE, JOSEPH L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Recorder and translator for Brazilian history 
section in Portugal and Brazil in transi- 
tion, ed. by R. S. Sayers, Univ. Minn., 
Minneapolis, pp. 124-26; 143-44. 

McCOLLEY, ROBERT M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Jefferson's rivals: the shifting character of 
the Federalists. Midcontent AS J 9, 1: 
23-33. 
Reviews 

Charles Cotesworth Pinckney: founding father, 

by Marvin Zahniser. ]AH, 45, 1:123-33. 

The confessions of Nat Turner, by William 

Styron. Civil War Hist., 14, 4:346-48. 

McKAY, JOHN P., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Russian economic policy under Nicholas I, 

by Walter M. Pintner. Bus. Hist. Rev., 

42, 4:505-6. 

QUELLER, DONALD E., Professor 
Books 

The ofifice of the ambassador in the Middle 

Ages. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, 

N.J., 251 pp. 

SCHROEDER, PAUL W., Professor 
Articles 

Bruck versus Buol: the dispute over Aus- 
trian eastern policy, 1853-1855. /. Mod. 
Hist., 40:193-217. 

SOLBERG. WINTON U., Professor 
Books 

The University of Illinois, 1867-1894: an 
intellectual and cultural history. Univ. 111. 
Press, Urbana, 494 pp. 
Articles 
With R. A. Sedler 

Academic freedom and tenure: Northern 



State College (South Dakota). AAUP Bull, 
54:3Q6-n. 

SPENCE, CLARK C, Professor 
Articles 

James M. Ashley: spoilsman in Montana. 
Montana: Mag. Western Hist., i5: 24-35. 
Reviews 

Bostonians and bullion: the journal of Robert 
Livermore, 1892-1915, ed. by Gene M. 
Gressley. Colo. Mag., 45:270-71. 

STARR, CHESTER G., Professor 
Books 

The awakening of the Greek historical spirit. 

A. A. Knopf, N.Y., 157 pp. 
Reviews 

Samnium and the Samnites, by E. T. Salmon. 

Class. World, 61:304. 
The Greeks, by A. Andrewes. Amer. Hist. 

Rev., 75:1112-13. 
Progress into the past, by W. A. McDonald. 

Class. Phil., 63:301. 
From Solon to Socrates, by V. Ehrenberg. 

Class. World, 62:103. 
Res Publica Amissa, by C. Meier. Amer. 

J. Phil., 59:480-83. 
Ancient society and institutions. /. Hell. 

Studies, 88:249. 

SUTTON, ROBERT M., Professor 
Books 

A history of Illinois in paintings. Univ. 111. 
Press, Urbana, 48 pp. 
Reviews 

Memoir of John Mason Peck, D.D. Forty 
years of pioneer life, ed. from his journals 
and correspondence by Rufus Babcock. 
Cath. Hist. Rev., 53, 4:630-31. 

A bibliography of Illinois imprints, 1814- 
1858, by Cecil K. Byrd; descriptive bibli- 
ography of Civil War manuscripts, by 
William L. Burton. Historian, 30, 4: 
679-80. 

Essays in Illinois history, ed. by Donald F. 
Tingley. /. ///. State Hist. Soc, 61, 4: 
479-80. 

UROFF, BENJAMIN, Instructor 

Reviews 

Sino-Russian relations in the seventeenth 
century, by Vincent Chen. /. Asian 
Studies, 27, 3:618. 
The English works of Giles Fletcher, the 
elder, ed. by Lloyd E. Berry; Of the Rus 
commonwealth, by Giles Fletcher, ed. by 
Albert J. Schmidt; Of the Russe common- 
wealth 1591; facsimile edition with vari- 
ants, by Giles Fletcher, ed. by Richard 
Pipes and John V. A. Fine, Jr. Slavic and 
E. European J., 12, 2:262-63. 

WALLER, ROBERT A., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

History and the social sciences: new ap- 
proaches to the teaching of social studies, 
by Mark M. Krug. Historian, 30:477-78. 

The teaching of history, ed. by Joseph S. 
Roucek. Historian, 30:478-79. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Coombs, Frank A. (J. L. Bates, Adviser), 

Joseph Christopher O'Mahoney: the New 

Deal years. 
DeBenedetti, Charles L. (J. L. Bates, Adviser), 

American internationalism in the 1920's: 

Shotwell and the outlawrists. 



URBAN A 83 



Madison, Kenneth G. (D. J. Geanakoplous, 
Adviser), The Wydevilles, 1086;1491: the 
background and rise of a family in medieval 
English politics. 

Paludan, Phillip S. (H. M. Hyman, Adviser), 
Law and equal rights: the Civil War en- 
counter — a study of legal minds in the 
Civil War era. 

Pulliam, William E. (J. A. Nichols, Adviser). 
Political propaganda in the secondary school 
history program of National Socialist Ger- 
many, 1933-1945. 

Starkey, Armstrong M., Ill (R. P. Stearns, 
Adviser), The diplomatic career of Alexander 
Campbell, Lord Polwarth, 1716-1725. 

Tucker, Marlin T. (R. M. Sutton, Adviser), 
Political leadership in the Illinois-Missouri 
German Community, 1836-1872. 

Van Deventer, Carroll F. (R. W. Johannsen, 
Adviser), The Free Soil Party in the north- 
west in the elections of 1848. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

ANSPACH, KARLYNE A., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Fashion consciousness of Thai women. /. 

Hame Econ., 60:268-71. 

DUNSING, MARILYN M., Professor 
Articles 

Farm families' accounts show less buying 
power. ///. Res., 10, 4:18. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With Jeanne L. Hafstiom 

Budgeting and consumption patterns of Illi- 
nois families, 1967. Univ. III. Home Econ. 
Ext. Rpt. 3782:il pp. 
With Jeanne L. Hafstrom, Dorothy A. Goss 
Money talk for teens. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. 
Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 989:2Q pp. 

GOSS, DOROTHY A., Instructor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With Marilyn M. Dunsing, Jeanne L. Hafstrom 
Money talk for teens. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. 
Coop. E.vt. Serv. Circ. 959:20 pp. 

HAFSTROM, JEANNE L., Instructor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With Marilyn M. Dunsing 

Budgeting and consumption patterns of Illi- 
nois families, 1967. Univ. III. Home Econ. 
Ext. Rft. 3782:S1 pp. 
With Marilyn M. Dunsing, Dorothy A. Goss 
Money talk for teens. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. 
Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 989:20 pp. 

KOSTELNICEK, BARBARA J., Instructor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Leather craft. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. 

Serv., 4H-201c:12pp. 
Weaving. Ibid., 4H-201h:12 pp. 

LAMKIN, GLENNA H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Ercel S. Eppright, Hazel M. Fox, 

Beth A. Fryer, Virginia M. Vivian 
Eating behavior of preschool children. 7. 

Nxitr. Ed., Prototype Issue, Fall: 16-18. 

MEAD, MARJORIE E., Assistant Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Learning to knit. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 
Ext. Serv. GC-112:32 pp. 



With Esther Siemen, Marjorie Sohn 
Learning to sew. Ibid., GC-109:4A pp. 

MILLS, QUEENIE B., Professor 
Books 

With W. D. Sheldon 

Picture stories and words. Preparatory book 

II. Sheldon basic reading series centennial 

edition (rev. ed.). Allyn and Bacon, 

Boston, 56 pp. 
Teachers' manual for Picture stories and 

words. Ibid., 121 pp. 
Pre-primers I, II, III. Ibid. 
Teachers' manual for pre-primers. Ibid., 

447 pp. 
Activity book for pre-primers. Ibid., 96 pp. 
Our school. Primer. Ibid., 160 pp. 
Teachers' manual for Our school. Ibid., 

317 pp. 
Activity book for Our school. Ibid., 96 pp. 
Our town. First reader. Ibid., 224 pp. 
Activity book for Our town. Ibid., 96 pp. 

SIEMEN, ESTHER E., Assistant Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With Marjorie Mead, Marjorie Sohn 

Learning to sew. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 
Ext. Serv. GC-109:44 pp. 

SMITH, ROBERT B., Associate Professor 

See Music. 
SOHN, MARJORIE A., Assistant Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

ll'ith Marjorie Mead, Esther Siemen 

Learning to sew. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 
E.vt. Serv. GC-109:44 pp. 

SPORAKOWSKI, MICHAEL J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Marital preparedness, prediction and ad- 
justment. Family Coordinator, 17, 3:155-61. 
With D. H. Knox, Jr. 

Attitudes of college students towards love. 
/. Marriage and the Family, 30, 4:638-42. 

VAN DEN DAELE, LELAND D., Assistant 

Professor 
Books Edited 
With Queenie B. Mills 

Readings in child development. Selected Aca- 
demic Readings, N.Y., 372 pp. 
Articles 

The human organism as information pro- 
cessor. ///. Res., 10, 3:14-15. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

A developmental study of the ego-ideal. Genet. 
Psychol. Monogr., 75:191-256. 

VAN DUYNE, FRANCES O., Professor 

of Foods 
Reviews 

Meal management, by Faye Kinder. 7. 

Home Econ., 60:7SQ. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION 

Burgheimer, Yvonne F. (F. O. Van Duyne, 
Adviser), Antioxidant activity of aqueous 
extracts of several edible plant materials. 

HORTICULTURE 

BARRETT, H. C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Lady Patricia, a new dessert grape variety. 
///. Res., 10, 2:19. 



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Bulletins and Technical Reports I 

With J. W. Courier, C. C. Zych, D. Powell 
Growing small fruits in the home garden. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. 
Circ. 935:52 pp. 

BEEVERS, LEONARD, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Protein degradation and proteolytic activity in 
the cotyledons of germinating pea seeds 
(Pisum Sativum). Phytochemtstry, 7: 
1837-44. 
With W. E. Splittstoesser 

Protein and nucleic acid metabolism in 
germinating peas. /. Expt. Bot., i 9:698- 
711. 

BUTLER, J. D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. J. Hopcn 

A review of turf weed control for 1969. 
Proc. 9th III. Turf grass Conf., p. 7-11. 
With J. B. Gartner 

A soil test survey of golf greens. Ibid., pp. 
24-34. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Keeping a lawn. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 
Ext. Serv. Circ. 982:15 pp. 

CARBONNEAU, M. C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With J. B. Gartner, D. C. Saupe 

Tree bark for growing potted plants. III. 

Res., 11, 4:16. 
Planning and keeping a small nursery. The 
Bull Sheet — Official Bull. Midwest Assn. 
Golf Course Supts., 22, 2:10. 
Should a small nursery be part of your land- 
scape business? The Landscaper, October, 
p. 8. 
With D. C. Saupe 

Poinsettia bracts, sensitive to Termil. Flo- 
rists' Review 143:55-56. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Care of flowering potted plants. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 980, 
2 pp. 

CHU, MEL C, Assistant Horticulturist 

Articles 

With R. K. Simons 

Ovule development in the apple as related to 

morphological and anatomical variation in 

supporting tissues. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. 

Sci., 92:Z7-A9. 
With A. G. Otterbacher, C. C. Zych 

Pollen pore number and polyploidy in Rubus. 

Trans. III. State Acad. Sci., 61, 4:421-24. 

COURTER, J. W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Greenhouse coverings. In Proc. 2nd biennial 
northeast greenhouse vegetable conference, 
2:16-22. 
With C. C. Zych, C. C. Doll 

Strawberry variety survey and trial results. 
Trans. III. State Hort. Soc, iW: 125-30. 
With H. J. Hopen, J. S. Vandemark 

Comparison of polyethylene-coated paper and 
polyethylene for mulching vegetables. Proc. 
Natl. Agr. Plastics Conf., 8:126-29. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Home greenhouses for year-round gardening 
pleasure. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. 
Serv. Circ. 879:32 pp. 



With J. S. Vandemark 

Growing tomatoes at home. Univ. III. Coll. 
Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 981:12 pp. 
With C. C. Zych, H. C. Barrett, D. Powell 
Growing small fruits in the home garden. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 
935:52 pp. 
With C. C. Zych, D. Powell 

Commercial production of strawberries in 
Illinois. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. 
Serv. Circ. 983, 63 pp. 

CULBERT, J. R., Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With L. M. Berninger, W. J. Carpenter, 
R. S. Lindstrom, R. E. Widmer 
Market grades and standards for carnations, 
chrysanthemums and roses. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 727:24 pp. 
(North Central Regional Research Pub- 
lication 173). 

DAYTON, D. F., Professor 
Articles 

With E. B. Williams _ 

Independent genes in Malus for resistance to 

Venturia inaequalis. Proc. Amer. Soc. 

Hort. Sci., 92:89-94. 
Four additional sources of the Vf locus for 

Malus scab resistance. Ibid., pp. 95-98. 

DICKINSON, D. B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Rapid starch synthesis associated with in- 
creased respiration in germinating lily 
pollen. Plant Physiol., 43:1-8. 
With D. Cochran 

Dimethyl sulfoxide: reversible inhibitor of 
pollen tube growth. Ibid., pp. 411-16. 
With J. P. McCollum, R. E. Drury. 
S. A. Garrison 
Nucleotide stimulation of the uncoupler- 
initiated inhibition of mitochondrial suc- 
cinate oxidation. Phytochemistry, 7:2071-81. 

FOSLER, G. M., Instructor 
Articles 

A look at some of the lesser-known annuals. 
Plants & Gardens, Brooklyn Botanic Gar- 
dens, 24, 1:16-19. 
With D. C. Saupe 

Introducing 1969 bedding plant varieties for 
commercial growing and landscaping. ///. 
State Florists' Assn. Bull., 298:1-2, 4-10. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Suggested varieties of garden annuals for 
use in home plantings, 1968. Univ. III. 
Coll. Agr., Urbana, 6 pp. 

GARTNER, J. B., Professor 

Articles 

With W. M. Blaine, J. Q. Aylsworth 

An economic survey of the ornamental 
nursery industry in the state of Illinois. 
III. State Nurserymen's Assn. Inc. News- 
letter, No. 107 and 108, September and 
October. 
With M. C. Carbonneau, D. C. Saupe 

Tree bark for growing potted plants. III. 

Res., 11, 4:16. 
Planning and keeping a small nursery. The 
Bull Sheet — Official Bull. Midwest Assn. 
Golf Course Supts., 22, 2:10. 
Should a small nursery be part of your land- 
scape business? The Landscaper, October, 
p. 8. 



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With J. D. Butler 

A soil test survey of golf greens. Proc. 9th 
III. Turfgrass Conf., pp. 24-34. 

HODGES, T. K., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With O. E. Elzam 

Characterization of energj'-dependent Car* 
transport in maize mitochondria. Plant 
Physiol., «: 1108-14. 

HOPEN, H. J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A simplified method for measuring the carbon 
dioxide content of field air samples. Hort. 
Sci. 2, 4:167-68. 
With W. E. Splittstoesser 

Metabolism of siduron by barley and crab- 
grass. Weed Sci., J(5:305-S. 
Varietal differences in response to herbicides. 

///. Res., 10. 4:19. 
The effect of siduron on the growth and 
metabolism of barley. Weed Sci. Soc. 
Amer., New Orleans, 1:26-27. 
With S. Hawbaker 

Water, soil encourage vegetable production 
in Illinois River Valley. Veg. Crop Mgmt., 
April, pp. 33, 34. 
With I. D. Butler 

A review of turf weed control for 1969. 
Proc. 9th III. Turfgrass Conf., pp. 7-11. 
With J. W. Courier, J. S. Vandemark 

Comparison of polyethylene-coated paper and 
polyethylene for mulching vegetables. Proc, 
Natl. Agr. Plastics Conf., 5:126-29. 

LOTT, R. v., Professor 
Articles 

With R. K. Simons 

The morphology and anatomy of floral-tube 
and style abscission of associated floral 
organs in the "Starking Hardy Giant" 
cherry (Prunus avium L.). Hort. Res., 8: 
74-82. 

The development and morphology and anat- 
omy of floral-tube and style abscission in 
the "Wilson Delicious" apricot (Prunus 
armeniaca L.). Ibid., pp. 67-73. 

McCOLLUM, J. P., Professor 
Books 

With G. W. Ware 

Producing vegetable crops (rev. ed.). The 
Interstate Printers and Pubs., Danville, 
111., 558 pp. 
Articles 
With H. Carter 

Control of fruit set in tomatoes by use of 
Alar and gibberellin. ///. Res., 10, 2:19. 
With M. T. H. Ragab 

Colorimetric methods for the determination 
of simazine and related chloro-s-triazines. 
/. Agr. Food Chem., 16, 2:284-89. 
With R. E. Drury 

A hexokinase-initiated inhibition of oxygen 
uptake in tomato fruit mitochondria un- 
coupled by Dinitrophenol. Plant Physiol., 
43, 10:1727-29. 
With R. E. Drury, S. A. Garrison 

Properties of succinate oxidation in tomato 
fruit mitochondria. Ibid., 2:248-54. 
With R. E. Drury, S. A. Garrison, 
D. B. Dickinson 
Nucleotide stimulation of the uncoupler-initi- 
ated inhibition of mitochondrial succinate 
oxidation. Phytochemistry, 7:2071-81. 



McDANIEL, J. C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Native pecans in the northernmost areas. 
No. Nut Grower's Assn., Ann. Rpt., 58: 
130-33. 
Flowering quinces, useful ornamentals. No. 
Amer. Pomono 1, 4:19-23. 

MEADOR, D. B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The weather and crop summary. Trans. III. 

State Hort. Soc, 101:94-96. 
Soil pH and its relation to fruit trees. Ibid., 
pp. 96-99. 

NELSON, W. R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Community involvement for community action. 
Proc. Conf. Community Planning, Louisi- 
ana State Univ., School of Environmental 
Design, 14 pp. 
Community improvement accomplishments of 
United States Landscape Extension Pro- 
gram. Proc. of Community Landscape 
Improvement Seminar, Univ. Guelph, On- 
tario, Canada, 13 pp. 
Planning for a more attractive community. 
///. Res., 11, 1:16-17. 

OTTERBACHER, A. G., Assistant 

Horticulturist 
Articles 
With C. C. Zych, M. C. Chu 

Pollen pore number and polyploidy in Rubus. 

Trans. III. State Acad. Sci., 61, 4:421-24. 

RHODES, A. M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. P. Bemis, T. W. Whitaker. 

S. G. Carmer 
A numerical taxonomic study of Cucurbita. 

Brittonia, 20:251-66. 

SAUPE, D. C, Instructor 

Articles 

With M. C. Carbonneaii 

Poinsettia bracts, sensitive to Termil. Flo- 
rists' Review, 143:55-56. 
With M. C. Carbononneau, I. B. Gartner 

Tree bark for growing potted plants. ///. 

Res., 11, 4:16. 
Planning and keeping a small nursery. The 
Bull Sheet— Official Bull. Midwest Assn. 
Golf Course Supts., 22, 2:10. 
Should a small nursery be part of your land- 
space business? The Landscaper, October, 
p. 8. 
I nth G. M. Fosler 

Introducing 1969 bedding plant varieties 
for commercial growing and landscaping. 
///. State Florists' Assn. Bull., 298:1-2, 
4-10. 

SIMONS, R. K., Professor 
Articles 

The historical development of the Illinois 

fruit industrv. Trans. III. State Hort. 

Soc, 101:112-24. 
Phloem tissue development in the stock/scion 

union of East Mailing IX apple rootstock. 

Hort. Res., <?: 97-103. 
The morphological and anatomical characteris- 
tics of watercore in apples. Proc. Amer. 

Soc. Hort. Sci.. 93:762-74. 
The morphological and anatomical comparison 

of some physiological disorders in apples. 

Ibid., pp. 775-91. 



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With M. C. Chu 

Ovule development in the apple as related to 
morphological and anatomical variation in 
supporting tissues. Ibid., 92:37-49. 
With R. V. Lott 

The morphology and anatomy of floral-tube 
and style abscission of associated floral 
organs in the "Starking Hardy Giant" 
cherry (Prunus avium L.). Hort. Res., 8: 
74-82. 

The development and morphology and anat- 
omy of floral-tube and style abscission in 
the "Wilson Delicious" apricot (Prunus 
armeniaca L.). Ibid., pp. 67-73. 

SPENCER, PATRICIA W., Assistant 

Horticulturist 
Articles 

With J. S. Titus, W. E. Splittstoesser 

Metabolism of a-ketoglutarate by roots of 

woody plants. Plant Physiol., 43:619-21. 
The synthesis of glutamate and aspartate in 

peach and apple roots. Hort. Sci., 3, 2:57. 

SPLITTSTOESSER, W. E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The absorption of potassium and several or- 
ganic compounds by barley roots: effect of 
siduron. Plant and Cell Physiol., 9:307-14. 

The effect of siduron upon barley root 
metabolism. Weed Sci., J6:344-74. 

The metabolism of arginine in germinating 
pumpkin seedlings. Hort. Sci., j:123. 
With H. J. Hop en 

Metabolism of siduron by barley and crab- 
grass. Weed Sci., J(5: 305-8. 

Varietal differences in response to herbicides. 
///. Res., 10, 4:19. 

The effect of siduron on the growth and me- 
tabolism of barley. Weed Sci. Soc. Amer., 
New Orleans, i: 26-27. 
With J. S. Titus, Patricia Spencer 

Metabolism of a-ketoglutarate by roots of 
woody plants. Plant Physiol.. 43:619-21. 

The synthesis of glutamate and aspartate in 
peach and apple roots. Hort. Sci., 3, 2:57. 
With L. Be ever s 

Protein and nucleic acid metabolism in ger- 
minating peas. /. Expt. Bot., i9:698-711. 

TITUS, J. S., Professor 
Articles 

With W. E. Splittstoesser, Patricia Spencer 
Metabolism of a-ketoglutarate by roots of 

woody plants. Plant Physiol., 43:619-21. 
The synthesis of glutamate and aspartate in 
peach and apple roots. Hort. Sci., 3, 2:57. 
With N. Oserol 

Translocation of nitrogenous compounds in 
one-year-old apple trees. Proc. Amer. Soc. 
Hort. Sci., 93:7-16. 

VANDEMARK, J. S., Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Courter, H. I. Hopen 

Comparison of polyethylene-coated paper and 
polyethylene for mulching vegetables. Proc. 
Natl. Agr. Plastics Conf., 8: 126-29. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With M. C. Shurtleff, W. H. Luckmann 

Illinois vegetable garden guide (rev. ed.). 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Scrv. Circ. 
882, SO pp. 



With J. W. Courter 

Growing tomatoes at home. Univ. III. Coll. 
Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 981, 12 pp. 

ZYCH, C. C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. W. Courter, C. C. Doll 

Strawberry variety survey and trial results. 
Trans. III. State Hort. Soc, 101:125-30. 
With A. G. Otterbacher, M. C. Chu 

Pollen pore number and polyploidy in Riibus. 
Trans. III. State Acad. Sci., 61, 4:421-24. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With D. Powell, I. W. Courter 

Commercial production of strawberries in 
Illinois. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. 
Serv. Circ. 983:63 pp. 
With I. W. Courter, H. C. Barrett, D. Powell 
Growing small fruits in the home garden. 
Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 
935:52 pp. 



INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES 

ALEAMONI, LAWRENCE M., Professor 
Articles 

With Sushila Singhal 

Weighted alternatives test-scoring program 
for the IBM 7094 system. Behavioral Sci., 
13:257. 
With R. E. Spencer 

Development of the University of Illinois 
foreign language placement and proficiency 
system and its results for fall. Mod. Lang. 
I., 52:255-59. 

McINTYRE, CHARLES J., Director 
Articles 

Another view. Educ. Broad. Rev., 3, 1:10-11. 

SPENCER, RICHARD E., Professor 
Articles 

With L. M. Aleanioni 

Development of the University of Illinois 
foreign language placement and proficiency 
system and its results for fall. Mod. Lang. 
I., 52:355-59. 
With W. M. Stallings 

The student profile section of ACT related 
to academic success. /. Coll. Student Pers., 
9:177-79. 

STALLINGS, WILLIAM M., Professor 
Articles 

With E. K. Leslie 

Can you justify what you are teaching? ///. 
Schools I., 48:111-14. 
With H. R. Smock, E. K. Leslie 

The pass-fail grading option. School and 
Soc, 9(5:179-80. 
With R. E. Spencer 

The student profile section of ACT related 
to academic success. /. Coll. Student Pers., 
9:177-79. 
With Sushila Singhal 

Systematic sampling over an alphabetical 
listing of university freshmen. Ibid., p. 
337. 
Reviews 

Computational handbook of statistics, by 
Bruning and Kintz. Educ. Psychol. 
Mcasint., 25:1250-54. 
Modern statistics for behavioral sciences, by 
Lordhal. Ibid., pp. 961-63. 



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With Susan Feldman 

Test and measurements in music, by Lehman. 
Ibid., pp. 1262-64. 
With Sushila Singhal 

Elementary statistics: A workboolv by Hope. 
Ibid., pp. 959-61. 



JOURNALISM 

CAREY, JAMES W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Generations and American society. In 
America now, ed. by Tohn Kirk, Athen- 
eum Pubs., N.Y., pp. 293-305. 
Reviews 

The committee, by Walter Goodman. Com- 
nwnweal, 88:273-76. 

GILMORE, GENE S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The field invasion. Columbia Journ. Rev., 
Fall, pp. 18-21. 

GRAHAM, GENE S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Publishing. In Living history of the world, 

Stravon Educ. Press, N.Y., pp. 369-72. 
The responsibilities of the doubly damned. 

Quill. 56, 2:8-12. 
Reviews 

Best magazine articles: 1968, ed. by Gerald 

Walker. Boston Globe, 194, 62:12. 
Sketches in the sand, by James B. Reston. 

Commonweal, 87, 23:721-24. 

GUBACK, THOMAS H., Research Assistant 
Professor, Institute of Communications Re- 
search and Assistant Professor of Journalism 
Articles 

Die Amerikanischen Investitionen in der 
Europaischen Filmindustrie: Griinde, Mit- 
tel, Folgen. Film und Recht, 12, 8:223-30. 

Political broadcasting and public policy. 
/. Broadcasting, 12. 3:191-211. 

Reporting or distorting — broadcast network 
news treatment of a speech by John F. 
Kennedy. In Problems and controversies 
in television and radio, ed. by Skornia 
and Kitson, Pacific Books, Palo Alto, Calif., 
pp. 347-58. 
Reviews 

Mass entertainment, by Harold Mendelsohn. 
/. Aesthetic Educ, 2, 3:147-49. 

Theories of mass communication, by Melvin 
DeFleur. Ibid., 2:135-36. 

JENSEN, JAY W., Professor 
Articles 

History of American journalism. In High 
school journalism today, ed. by Gene Gil- 
more, Interstate Printers and Pubs., Dan- 
ville, 111., pp. 71-76. 
Freiheit der Presse: Ein Begriff auf der 
Suche nach einer Philosophic. Publizistik, 
12, 2/3:100-110. 1967. 

PETERSON,THEODORE B., Professor 
Articles 

Communications in a changing world. Cres- 
set, 31, 8:8-14. 
Magazines. In Collier's Year Book 1968, 
Crowell-Collier Educ. Corp., N.Y., 342-43. 
What Ross wrought. Columbia Journ. Rev., 
7, 2:49-51. 



Reviews 

American story, by Bruce and Beatrice Gould. 

Journ. Qt., 45, 4:752-53. 
Art and glory: the story of Elbert Hubbard, 

by Freeman Champney. Ibid., p. 751. 
The Manchester affair, by John Corry. Ibid., 

2:364-65. 
Ross, the New Yorker and me, by Jane 

Grant. Ibid., pp. 353-54. 



LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

DERBER, MILTON, Professor 
Articles 

Labor unions. In Collier's yearbook for 1968. 
Crowell-Collier and Macmillan, N.Y., pp. 
331-34. 
Labor-management policy for public em- 
ployees in Illinois: the experience of the 
governor's commission, 1966-1967. Ind. and 
Lab. Rel. Rev., 21, 4:541-58. 
Collective bargaining in Great Britain and 
the United States. Qt. Rev. Econ. and Bus., 
Univ. 111., Urbana, 8, 4:55-66. 
Reviews 

Technology and change, by Donald A. Schon. 
Monthly Lab. Rev., 91, 1:75-76. 

FOLK, HUGH W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

1967 amendments to the social security act. 
///. Bus. Rev., 25, 7:6-8. 
With D. E. Yett 

Methods of estimating occupational attrition. 
Western Econ. J., 6, 4:297-302. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The shortage of engineers and scientists. 
Wash. Univ., St. Louis, 384 pp. 

FRANKE, WALTER H., Professor 
Articles 

Employment. In Collier's yearbook for 1968. 
Crowell-Collier and Macmillan, N.Y., pp. 
241-43. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With I. Sobcl 

The shortage of skilled and technical workers. 
ILIR, Univ. 111., Urbana, June, 468 pp. 

GRAEN, GEORGE B., Assistant Professor 
See Psychology. 

GREEN, ARCHIE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Recorded labor songs: an overview. West- 
ern Folklore, 27:68-76. 
The workers in the dawn: labor lore. In 
Our living tradition, ed. by Tristram Pot- 
ter Coffin, N.Y., pp. 251-62. 
MacEdward Leach, 1892-1967. J. Amer. 

Folklore, 81, April, pp. 108-10. 
LP brochure notes : railroad songs and ballads. 
Library of Congress, AFS L61, May 1968. 

HARTMAN, PAUL T., Associate Professor 
See Economics. 

HULIN, CHARLES L., Associate Professor 
See Psychology. 

KARSH, BERNARD, Professor 

Articles 

Human relations versus management. In 
Institutions and the person, ed. by Howard 
S. Becker, Blanche Geer, David Riesman, 



88 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



and Robert S. Weiss. Aldine Pub. Co., 
Chicago, pp. 35-48. 
With R. E. Cole 

Industrialization and the convergence hy- 
pothesis: some aspects of contemporary 
Japan. /. Social Issues, 24, 4:45-64. 
Reviews 

White-collar trade unions: conternporary 
developments in industrialized societies, ed. 
by Adolf Sturmthal. Anier. Soc. Rev., 33, 
5:830-31. 

Most notorious victory: man in an age of 
automatioti, by Ben B. Seligman. Ind. and 
Lab. Ret. Rev., 21, A -.6X7 -IS. 

LEVINE, SOLOMON B., Professor 
Articles 

Comparative analysis of industrial relations 
systems. Kokusai Kdryo, 80, May, pp. 1-18. 

A foreigner's impression of Japanese labor 
relations. Kojo Kanri, Aug., pp. 20-21. 

Foreword to Soshiki wo Ikiru, by Toshio 
Tsurumaki. Diamond Press, Tokyo. 
Reviews 

Capitalism and nationalism in prewar Japan: 
the ideology of the business elite, 1868- 
1941. The Annals, 379, Sept., pp. 210-11. 

Labor relations in the Asian countries: 
proceedings of the second international 
conference on industrial relations, Tokyo. 
Pacific Affairs, 41, 2:264-65. 

Mcpherson, WILLIAM H., Professor 

Reviews 

Labor-management consultation in the fac- 
tory: the experience of Sweden, England, 
and the Federal Republic of Germany, by 
Dorothy deSchweinitz. Ind. and Lab. Rel. 
Rev., 21, 3:448-49. 

STOIKOV, VLADIMIR, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Productivity and the quality of the labour 
force: an international comparison. Brit. 
J. Ind. RcL, 6, 2:156-65. 
With R. L. Raimon 

Determinants of diflferences in the quit rate 
among industries. Amer. Econ. Rev., 28, 
5:1283-98. 

STURMTHAL, ADOLF F., Professor 
Articles 

Income policies and international experience: 

further comments. Ind. Rel., 23, 2:221-36. 

Labor movements and collective bargaining in 

Europe. In Intnl. Encyc. Soc. Scis., Cro- 

well-Collier and Macmillan, N.Y., pp. 523- 

Industrial relations at the plant level. /. 
lapan Inst, of Lab., 9, 4:30-42. 

TRIANDIS, HARRY C, Professor 
See Psychology. 



BAUM, DAVID C, Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The legal status of emergency curfew decrees. 
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational 
Fund, N.Y., 28 pp. 
Developments in local government tort 
liability. I.S.B.A. Local Government News- 
letter, 16:1, July, 4 pp. 



BENFIELD, MARION W., JR., Professor 
Articles 

Money, mortgages and migraine — the usury 
headache. Case-Western Res. L. R., 19: 

819-99. 

CARLSTON, KENNETH S., Professor 
Books 

Social theory and African tribal organization: 

the development of socio-legal theory. Univ. 

111. Press, Urbana, Chicago, and London. 

462 pp. 

COHN, RUBIN G., Professor 
Articles 

Public employee retirement plans — the na- 
ture of the employees' rights. U. III. L.F., 
Spring, pp. 32-62. 

CRIBBET, JOHN E., Dean and Professor 
Reviews 

The Oxford Law School, by F. H. Lawson. 

A.B.A.J., 54:1210-11. 
Waters and water rights, by Robert E. Clark. 
Ibid., pp. 66-67. 

HAY, PETER, Professor 
Articles 

Symposium on international unification of 
law. Amer. J. Compar. Law, 16, Nos. 1-2, 
300 pp. 

The common market preliminary draft con- 
vention on the recognition and enforce- 
ment of judgments — some considerations 
of policy and interpretation. Amer. J. 
Compar. Law, J(5: 149-74. 

Foreword to: Symposium on international 
unification of law. Ibid., pp. 1-3. 
Reviews 

Manual of public international law, bv Max 
Sorensen, Univ. Wash. L.R., 44:335-40. 

Legal aspects of foreign investment in the 
European economic community, by B. 
Balekjian. Amer. J. Intnl. Laiv, 63: 
181-82. 

KRAUSE, HARRY D., Professor 
Articles 

Bastards abroad — foreign approaches to 
illegitimacy. Amer. J. Compar. Law, 15: 
726-51. 

LaFAVE, WAYNE R., Professor 
Articles 

"Street encounters" and the constitution: 
Terry, Sibron, Peters and beyond. Mich. 
L. Rev.. 67:39-126. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Standards relating to trial by jury, minimum 
standards for criminal justice. Amer._ Bar 
Assn., Chicago, ISO pp.; 6 Law Training 
Bulletins. Chicago Police Dept., 24 pp. 
Reviews 

Privacy and freedom, by Alan Westin. 
Vill. L. Rev., 13:700-05. 

Behind the shield, by Arthur Niederhoffer ; 
The big blue line, by Ed Cray. Univ. Pa. 
L. Rev., 117:364-69. 

MAGGS, PETER B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Negative votes in Soviet elections. In Res 
Baltica, ed. by Sprudz and Rusis, Sijthoff, 
Leyden, pp. 146-51. 
Unification of law in eastern Europe. Amer. 
J. Compar. Law, 16, 1 & 2:107-26. 



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Mc CORD, JOHN H., Associate Professor 
Books 

Buying and selling small businesses. Univ. 
Minn. General Extension, Minneapolis, 
238 pp. 
Books Edited 
With R. E. Keeton, J. O'Connell 

Crisis in car insurance. Univ. 111. Press, 
Urbana, 273 pp. 
Articles 

Immunity of federal employees. Personal 

Injury Commentator, 10, 4:21-31. 
Selling a proprietorship - — tax considerations. 

Prac. Law-, 14, 5:57-68. 
Incorporating a going business. In 25th Ann. 
Fed. Tax Course. Inst.Cont. Ed. 111. Bar, 
Springfield, pp. 7-1 to 7-55. 
Pension plans: current problems. U. III. L. 
F., 1967, 4:691-854, and 1968, 1:1-103. 

With R. E. Keeton, J. O'Connell 

Changes for automobile claims? Ibid., 3: 
361-633. 

O'CONNELL, JEFFREY, Professor 

Books Edited 

With R. E. Keeton, J. McCord 

Crisis in car insurance. Univ. 111. Press, 
Urbana, 273 pp. 
Articles 
With R. E. Keeton 

Basic protection automobile insurance. In 
Crisis iti car insurance, ed. by Keeton, 
O'Connell and McCord, Univ. 111. Press, 
Urbana, pp. 40-79. 

Excerpts from basic protection for the traffic 
victim — a blueprint for reforming auto- 
mobile insurance. In Dollars, delay and 
the automobile victim, Bobbs-Merrill Co., 
Indianapolis, Ind., pp. 307-69. 

A new plan for car insurance. In The 
consuming public, ed. bv McClellan, H. W. 
Wilson Co., N.Y., pp. 170-80. 

Basic protection and its impact on auto- 
mobile insurance. Mich. St. B. J., 47, 2: 
13-21. 

The basic protection plan for traffic accident 
cases. Notre Dame L., 47, 2:184-92. 

A non-fault concept. /. Mo. B., 24:334-35; 
338-39. 

Industry and the academic researcher. la. L. 
Rev., 53, 6: 1269-84. 

The road ahead for automobile insurance. 
Conn. L. Rev., 1, 1:22-32. 

Basic protection and court congestion. Trial 
Judges J., 7:16-17. 

PLACER, SHELDON J., Professor 
Books 

With F. E. Maloney, F. N. Baldwin 

Water law and administration — the Florida 
experience. Univ. Fla. Press, Gainesville, 
488 pp. 
Articles 

Some observations on the law of water alloca- 
tion as a variable in industrial site location. 
Wis. L. Rev. p. 673. 

Interference with the public right of naviga- 
tion and the riparian owner's claim of 
privilege. Mo. L. Rev., ii:608. 

Social elements and relationships within 
urban systems: implications for action 
and research programs — the role of law. 
Center for Urban Studies, Univ. of 111., 
Discussion Paper Series, No. 7. 



With F. E. Maloney 

Diffused surface water: scourge or bounty. 
Natural Resources J., 8:72. 

Emerging patterns for regulation of consump- 
tive use of water in the eastern United 
States. Ind. Law J., 43:Z83. 

Multiple interests in riparian land, subdivi- 
sion platting and the allocation of riparian 
rights, /. of Urban Lazv, 46: A\. 

Controlling waterfront development. Public 
Admin. Clearing Service, Studies in Public 
Admin. No. 30 (Florida 1968), 39 pp. 

REISNER, RALPH, Professor 
Articles 

The conscientious objector exemption: admin- 
istrative procedures and judicial review. 
U. Chi. L. R., 35, 4:686-720. 
St. Louis. In Affirmative school integration, 
ed. by Hill & Feeley, Sage Pubs., Beverly 
Hills, pp. 53-60. 

SEMMEL, HERBERT 
Articles 

Collateral estoppel, mutuality and joinder of 
parties. Colum. L. R., 68:1437-81. 

YOUNG, J. NELSON, Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

New revenue sources and constitutional 

issues. 111. Legis. Council, Bull. 6-652, pp. 

51-62. 



LIBRARY 

BRICHFORD, MAYNARD J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Scientific and technological records. Amer. 

Archivist, 31, 1:126-28; 3:342-43; 4:426. 
A university archivist looks at business 
archives. In Papers of the 15th annual 
meeting of the business history conferences, 
ed. by Fred Bateman and James D. Foust, 
Grad. School of Business, Indiana Univ., 
Bloomington, pp. 106-8. 
Reviews 

Documenting ADP operations by Interagency 
Records Administration Conference, 1966- 
67. A7ner. Archivist, 31, 2:189-90. 
The University of Illinois 1867-1894, an 
intellectual and cultural history, by Winton 
U. Solberg. ///. Alumni News. 47, 8:4. 

BLUM, ELEANOR, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Other books and pamphlets on journalistic 

subjects. Joitrn. Qt., 45, 1:169-73; 2:369- 

73; 3:577-82; 4:763-70. 

BRIGGS, DONALD R., Instructor 
Articles 

Gift appraisal policy in large research 
libraries. Coll. and Res. Libs., 29:505-7. 

BROWN, D. ALEXANDER, Professor 
Articles 

Brice's crossroads. Civil War Times, 7, 1: 

4-9: 44-48. 
The million dollar wagon train. Ibid., 8, 

6:12-20. 
Jim Bridger — • a personality profile. Amer. 

History, 3, 4:4-11, 44-47. 
Animals. Compton Yearbook, pp. 113-14. 
Conservation. Ibid., p. 203. 
Sugar. Ibid., p. 437. 



90 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Reviews 

Conquest of Apacheria, by Dan L. Thrapp. 

Amcr. History, 3, 1:49-50. 
Forts of the Upper Missouri, by Robert G. 

Atliearn. Ibid., 3, 3:50. 
Spanish war vessels on the Mississippi, 1792- 

96, by Abraham P. Nasatir. Ibid., 3, 4:49. 
Life of George Bent, by George E. Hyde. 

Ibid., 3, 5:49-50. 
The cattle towns, by Robert R. Dykstra. 

Ibid., 3, 7:49-50. 
Thundergate: the forts of Niagara, by Robert 

W. Howard. Ibid., 3, 7:51. 
The Apache frontier, by Max L. Moorhead. 

Ibid., 3, 8:49. 

BROWN, NORMAN B., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. H. Huff 

Price indexes for 1968: serial services. Lib. 
J., 93, 13:2622-23. 

DEAL, CARL W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Bibliographic aids for collecting current Latin 
American materials. In Twelfth seminar 
on the acquisition of Latin American 
library materials, final report and working 
papers. Pan American Union, Wash., 
D.C., pp. 113-32. 

DOWNS, ROBERT B., Dean of Library 

Administration 
Articles 

Education for librarianship in the United 
States and Canada. In Library education: 
an international survey. Univ. 111. Grad. 
Sch. of Lib. Sci., Urbana, pp. 1-20. 

Status of academic librarians in retrospect. 
Coll. and Res. Libs., 2P:253-58. 

Foreword to Ralph E. McCoy's Freedom of 
the press; an annotated bibliography. 

Southern 111. Univ. Lib., Carbondale, pp. 
vii-xi. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Resources of Canadian academic and re- 
search libraries. Assn. Universities and 
Colleges of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 
301 pp. 

Interinstitutional cooperation: values and 
limitations. Assn. of American Colleges, 
Washington, D.C., 6 pp. (College library 
problems IV.) 
Reviews 

Library surveys, by Maurice F. Tauber. 
Coll. and Res. Libs., 29:160-62. 

HUFF, WILLIAM H., Professor 
Articles 

Periodicals. In Bibliography: current state 

and future trends, ed. by Robert B. Downs 

and Frances B. Jenkins. Univ. 111. Press, 

Urbana, 1967, pp. 62-83. 

Serial observations — 1967. Lib. Res. and 

Tech. Serv., 12, 2:189-202. 
Annuals. _ In Encyclopedia of library and in- 
formation science, ed. by Allen Kent and 
Harold Lancour. Marcel Dekker, Inc., 
N.Y., i: 434-48. 
With N. B. Brown 

Price indexes for 1968: serial services. Lib. 
J.. 93. 13:2622-23. 

LANIER. DONALD L., Instructor 
Reviews 

Resources of Texas libraries, by Edward G. 

Holley and Donald D. Hendricks. RQ, 8: 

62-63. 



TALMADGE, ROBERT L., Professor 

Articles 

One library's case against conversion. In 
Problems in library classification: Dewey 
17 and conversion, ed. by Samore. R. R. 
Bowker Co., N.Y., pp. 65-82. 

WHITE, LUCIEN W., Professor 
Articles 

University of Illinois award winning under- 
graduate library. ///. Libs., 50, 10:1042-46. 
Reviews 

L'Accuel fait au Symbolisme en Belgique, 
1885-1900, by Herman Braet. Fr. Rev., 
XLI ■.889-90. 

WHITE, ROBERT C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Early geographical dictionaries. Geog. Rev., 
58, 4:652-59. 

VAN NORD, JOAN E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Illinois school librarian: an historical survey. 
///. Libs., 50, 9:855-59. 



LIBRARY SCIENCE 

ALLEN, WALTER C, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

This changing earth, by John A. Shimer. 

Lib. J., 93, 2:198. 
Hunting for fossils; guide to finding and 

collecting fossils in all fifty states, by 

Marian Murray. Ibid., 93, 5:1012. 
Gems, minerals and rocks in Southern Africa, 

by M. R. Mclver. Ibid., 93, 9:1910. 
Spike and chain: Japanese fighting arts, by 

Charles V. Gruzanski. Ibid., 93, 10:2017. 
The forging of our continent, by Charlton 

Ogburn. Ibid., 93, 13:2677. 
The badge of gallantry, by Joseph B. 

Mitchell. Ibid., 93, 21:4554. 

BERNER, WILLIAM S., Research Associate 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

IVith R. G. Lindahl 

Financing public library expansion. 111. State 
Lib., Res. Series, Springfield, J J: 64 pp. 

BONE, LARRY E., Assistant Professor 
Books Edited 

Education for librarianship: an international 

survey. Grad. Sch. of Lib. Sci., Univ. 

111., Urbana, 388 pp. 

GOLDHOR, HERBERT, Director of Graduate 
School of Library Science 

Boolcs Edited 

Research methods in librarianship: measure- 
ment and evaluation; papers presented at 
a conference conducted by the University 
of Illinois Graduate School of Library Sci- 
ence, Sept. 10-13, 1967. Grad. Sch. of Lib. 
Sci., Univ. 111., Urbana, 131 pp. 

Articles 

Library personnel — crisis and challenge, 
Part III: What are the problems of 
training personnel ? In Libraries in transi- 
tion: responses to change; selected papers 
from North Central Library Conference, 
Milwaukee, Wise, Oct. 14-16, 1967. Wise. 
Lib. Assn., Madison, Wise, pp. 31-32. 
Doctoral program — University of Illinois. 
/. Educ. for Libnship., 8, A -.269-7 1. 



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National conference on library statistics, 
ed. by Alphonse F. Trezza and Tames 
Beasley. Lib. J., 93, 8:1600. 

HENDERSON, KATHRYN L., Assistant 
Professor 

Books Edited 

Trends in American publishing; papers pre- 
sented at an institute conducted by the 
Univ. 111. Grad. School of Library Science, 
Nov. 5-8, 1967. Univ. 111., Urbana, 105 pp. 

KIDDER, FREDERICK E., Visiting Associate 

Professor 
Reviews 

Colombia: The political dimensions of change, 

by Robert H. Dix. Choice, 5:868. 
The Brazilian capital goods industry, 1929- 

1964, by Nathaniel H. Leff. Lib. J., 93, 

20:4289. 
Constructive change in Latin America, ed. 

by Cole Blasier. Ibid., 93, 19:4159. 
A search for stability, by William Kamman. 

Ibid., 93, 15:3014. 
Political trends in Brazeil, by Vladimir 

Reisky de Dubnic. Choice, 5:1369. 

KOSA, GEZA a., Research Assistant 
Books 

Who's who in Australian libraries. Lib. 
Assn. of Australia, Sydney, 181 pp. 

LEONARD, LAWRENCE E., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

Colorado academic libraries book processing 

center: a feasibility study. Coll. and Res. 

Libs., 29:393-99. 
Colorado academic libraries book processing 

center: a feasibility study turned feasible. 

The Colorado Academic Lib.. 4:\A. 
Colorado academic libraries book processing 

center and BEACON: tune in, turn on. 

Ibid., 4:4-7. 
Bulletins ond Technical Reports 

Cooperative and centralized cataloging and 

processing: a bibliography, 1850-1967. 

Univ. 111. Grad. Sch. of Lib. Sci., Occa^ 

sional Paper No. 93: 89 pp. 
With Joan M. Maier and R. M. Dougherty 
Colorado academic libraries book processing 

center study. Final report to the National 

Science Foundation. Univ. of Colorado, 

Boulder. 388 pp. 

LOHRER, ALICE, Professor 
Articles 

Library development plans for Gondi Shah- 
poor University. In Report of the Ful- 
bright studv team on Gondi Shahpoor Uni- 
versity, April, 1967. U. S. Commission for 
Cultural Exchange with Iran, pp. 57-71. 

Fulbright lecturer returns. Univ. 111. Lib. 
Sch. Assn. News Letter, 81:\A-\6. 

The Illinois Association of School Librarians: 
an historical perspective. ///. Libs., 50, 
9:875-82. 

MEYERS, JUDITH K., Instructor 
Reviews 

Today I am a ham, by Ethelyn Parkinson. 

Sch. Lib. /., 93. 10:2115. 
The Wright Brothers: pioneers of flight, by 

Carroll Glines. Lib. J., 93, 8:1810. 
A new mathematics reader, by Evelyn Sharp. 
Ibid.. 93. 6:1330. 



Speed Math, by Frank Clark. Ibid., 93, 

12:2545. 
Take a number, by Mary O'Neill. Ibid., 93, 

18:3958. 
It's all done by numbers, by Douglas St. 

Paul Barnard. Ibid., 93, 18:3965. 
The Abacus: a pocket computer, by Jesse 

Dilson. Ibid., 93, 18:3968. 

RIKE, GALEN E., Research Associate 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Statewide library surveys and development 
plans: an annotated bibliography, 1956- 
1967. 111. State Lib., Res. Series, Spring- 
field, 14:IQS pp. 

SIMPSON, JEROME D., Research Associate 
Articles 

Book reviewing media. RQ, 8, 1:35. 
Reviews 

The end of obscenity, by Charles Rembar. 
Sat. Rev., 51, 28:30. 

STENSTROM, RALPH H., Research 

Associate 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The emergence and development of public 
librarv systems in Illinois. 111. State Lib., 
Res. Series, Springfield, i5: 98 pp. 

STEVENS, ROLLAND E., Professor 
Books 

Reference books in the social sciences and 
humanities (2d ed.). Distributed by Illini 
Union Bookstore, Champaign, 181 pp. 
Articles 

The library. /. Higher Educ, 39. 1:45-57; 
4:233-34; 7:407-09. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Littleton, Isaac T. (R. E. Stevens, Adviser), 
The bibliographic organization and use of the 
literature of agricultural economics. 



LINGUISTICS 

ABDO, DAUD A., Instructor 

Books 

With Salwa N. Abdo 

Arabic writing and sound systems. Ras Bei- 
rut Bookshop, Bierut, Lebanon, 126 pp. 

JENKINS, F. M. Associate Professor 
See French. 

KACHRU, BRAJ B., Associate Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 

A grammatical sketch of Kashmiri. East West 
Books (India), Dhanbad, 101 pp. 
Articles 

Some notes on the copulative sentences in 
Kashmiri. Found. Language, Suppl. Series, 
8, 3:20-43. 
Reviews 

Language teaching: a scientific approach by 
Robert Lado. Linguistics, ii: 87-108. 

KACHRU, YAMUNA, Associate Professor 

Books 

Studies in a transformation grammar of 
Hindi. East West Books (India), Dhan- 
bad, 135 pp. 



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Articles 

The copula in Hindi. Found. Language, 

Suppl. Series, 6, 2:35-59. 
Nominal complement constructions in Hindi. 

In Proc. Seminar on Appl. Linguistics to 

Lang. Teaching, Central Institute of Hindi, 

Agra, India, pp. 295-311. 

KAHANE, H. R. Professor 
See Spanish. 

KIM, CHIN W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

When liquids become glides. Chicago T. 

Linguistics, 2:45-50. 
The vowel system of Korean. Language, 44: 

516-27. 
Some phonological rules in Korean. Studies 
in Lang, and Lit., 5:153-77. 

LIGHTNER, THEODORE M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

On the phonology of Russian conjugation. 

Linguistics, 55:35-55. 
An analysis of akan'e and ikan'e in modern 
Russian using the notion of markedness. 
In Studies presented to Professor Roman 
Jakobson by his students, Slavica Pub. 
Inc., Cambridge, pp. 188-200. 
Reviews 

Readings in linguistics (vol. I), ed. by Martin 
Joos. General Linguistics, 5:59-68. 

ZWICKY, ARNOLD M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Umlaut and noun plurals in German. Studia 

Grammatica, (5:35-45. 
Naturalness arguments in syntax. In Papers 
from the 4th regional meeting, Chicago 
Linguistic Society, ed. by Darden, Bailey 
and Davison, Dept. of Linguistics, Univ. 
Chicago, pp. 94-102. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Baker, Carl L. (H. S. Maclay, Adviser), In- 
direct questions in English. 

Cheng, Chin-chuan (H. R. Kahane, Adviser), 
Mandarin phonology. 

Fox, Robert P. (B. B. Kachru, Adviser), A 
transformational treatment of Indian English 
syntax. 

Makino, Seiichi (H. R. Kahane, Adviser). Some 
aspects of Japanese nominalizations. 

MARKETING 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Lange, Irene L. (D. L. Kemmerer, Adviser), 
Marketing institutions in the economic de- 
velopment of Puerto Rico, 1950-1964. 

Lyon, Herbert L. (R. Ferber, Adviser), Com- 
bining time series and cross-section data: 
an analysis of aggregate cigarette demand. 

VonRiesen, Richard D. (R. Ferber, Adviser), 
The determination of optimum numbers of 
retail sales personnel as a queuing problem. 

Zabriskie, Noel B. (F. M. Jones, Adviser), 
Oligopolistic competition and cigarette market- 
ing, 1946-1965. 

MATHEMATICS 

AGGARWAL, SATISH K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Transference theorems in the field of formal 



power series. Monatshefte fiir Mathematik, 
72:97-106. 
Homogeneous approximation in the field of 
formal power series. Proc. Natl, Inst. Sci., 

34, A:242-49. 

ALBRECHT, FELIX R., Professor 
Books 

Topics in control theory. Springer- Verlag, 
Berlin-Heidelberg-N.Y., 65 pp. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A problem about lines and ovals. Amer. 

Math. Monthly, 75, 5:485-87. 

APPEL, KENNETH I., Associate Professor 
Articles 

One variable equations in free groups. Proc. 
Amer. Math. Soc, i9:912-18. 
With F. M. Djorup 

On the equation zi° za" . . . zk° ^ y° in a 
free semigroup. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 
134:461-70. 

ASH, CAROL, Instructor 
Articles 

A plausibility argument for I'Hopital's rule. 
Math. Teacher, 61, 4:403-4. 

BABAKHANIAN, ARARAT, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

On primitive elements in differentially alge- 
braic extension fields. Trans. Amer. Math. 
Soc, 134:71-83. 

BANK, STEVEN B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

On principal solutions of linear differential 

equations. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc, 19, 

3:724-32. 
On solutions having large rate of growth for 

nonlinear differential equations in the com- 

lex domain. /. Math. Anal. Appl., 22, 

1:129-43. 
On the structure of a fundamental set of 

solutions near an irregular singularity. 

Funkcial. Ekvac, 11, 2:87-100. 
With G. Orland 

A note on Rouche's theorem. Fund. Math., 

63, 2:137-41. 

BERG, I. DAVID, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. A. Rubel 

Densities on locally compact abelian groups. 
Bull. Amer. Math. Soc, 74:298-300. 
With M. Rajagopalan, L. A. Rubel 

Uniform distribution in locally compact abe- 
lian groups. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 133: 
435-46. 

BERNDT, BRUCE C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

An identity for certain Dirichlet series. Glas- 
gow Math. J., 9, 2:79-82. 

BISHOP, RICHARD L., Associate Professor 

Books 

With S. I. Goldberg 

Tensor analysis on manifolds. The Macmillan 
Co., N.Y., 280 pp. 
Articles 

The holonomy algebra of immersed manifolds 



URBANA 93 



of codimension two. /. Differen. Geom., 2. 
4:347-53. 
Reviews 

Differential geometry, by Louis Auslander. 
Math. Revs., 35, 2:417-18. 

BOHRER, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A note on tolerance intervals with type I 

censoring. Technometrics, 10, 2:392. 
Operating characteristics of some sequential 
design rules. Ann. Math. Stat., 39, 4: 
1176-85. 

BOONE, WILLIAM W., Professor 
Articles 

Decision problems about algebraic and logi- 
cal systems as a whole and recursively 
enumerable degrees of unsolvability. In 
Contributions to mathematical logic, ed. by 
K. Schiitte, North-Holland Pub. Co., 
Amsterdam, pp. 13-33. 
With W. Haken, V. Poenaru 

On recursively unsolvable problems in topol- 
ogy and their classification. Ibid., pp. 37-74. 

BURKHOLDER, DONALD L., Professor 
Articles 

Independent sequences with the Stein prop- 
erty. Ann. Math. Stat., 39, 4:1282-88. 

CAIRNS, STEWART S., Professor 
Books 

Introductory topology (rev. ed.). Ronald 
Press Co., N.Y., 244 pp. 

CHEN, KUO-TSAI, Professor 
Articles 

Normal forms of local diffeomorphisms on the 

real line. Duke Math. J., J5: 549-56. 
Algebraic paths. 7. Algebra, 10:8-36. 
Homotopy of algebras. Ibid., pp. 183-93. 

CRAGGS, ROBERT F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Improving the intersection of polyhedra in 3- 
manifolds. ///. /. Math., 12, 4:567-86. 

DAY, MAHLON M., Professor 
Articles 

Amenability and equicontinuity. Studia Math., 
31:481-94. 

DIAMOND, HAROLD G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Characterization of derivations on an algebra 
of measures, II. Math. Zeit., i05: 301-6. 

DOOB, JOSEPH L., Professor 
Articles 

Compactification of the discrete state space of 
a Markov process. Z. IVahrscheinlichkeits- 
theorie und Verw. Gebiete, i(?:236-Sl. 

Generalized sweeping out and probability. 7. 
Functional Anal., 2:207-25. 

DORNHOFF, LARRY L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

M-groups and 2-groups. Math. Zeit., 100, 

3:226-56. 
Simple groups are scarce. Proc. Amer. Math. 

Soc, 19. 3:692-96. 
p-automorphic p-groups and homogeneous 
algebras. Pacific I. Math., 26, 3:447-53. 
With E. L. Spitznagel, Jr. 

Density of finite simple group orders. Math. 
Zeit., 106, 3:175-77. 



FAUDREE, RALPH J., Jr., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Automorphisms of finite subgroups of division 

rings. Pacific J. Math., 2(5:59-65. 
A note on the automorphism group of a p- 
group. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc, iP: 1379-82. 

FOSSUM, ROBERT M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Maximal orders over Krull domains. 7. 
Algebra, 10, 3:321-32. 
With L. Claborn 

Generalizations of the notion of class group. 

///. 7. Math., 12, 2:228-53. 
Class groups of n-noetherian rings. 7. Alge- 
bra, 10, 3:263-85. 

FRANCIS, GEORGE K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The folded ribbon theorem for regular closed 

curves in the plane. Bull. Amer. Math. 

Soc, 74, 2:264-67. 

FRASCELLA, WILLIAM J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Combinatorial designs on infinite sets. Notre 

Dame J. Formal Logic, 8:27-47. 

FRIESEN, DONALD K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Finite rotation groups in low dimensions. 
Canadian J. Math., 20, 3:711-19. 

GOLDBERG, SAMUEL I., Professor 

Books 

With R. L. Bishop 

Tensor analysis on manifolds. The Mac- 
Millan Company, N. Y., 280 pp. 
Articles 

On the topology of compact contact mani- 
folds. Tohoku Math. J., 20:106-10. 
Manifolds admitting a one-parameter group 
of conformal transformations. Mich. Math. 
J., J5:339-44. 
Totally geodesic hyi)ersurfaces of Kaehler 
manifolds. Pacific J. Math., 27:275-81. 
With S. Kobayashi 

Holomorphic bisectional curvature. 7. Dif- 
feren. Geom., i: 225-33. 
With D. E. Blair 

Topology of almost contact manifolds. Ibid., 
pp. 347-54. 

HAKEN, WOLFGANG R. G., Professor 

Articles 

With W. Boone, V. Poenaru 

On recursively unsolvable problems in top- 
ology and their classification. In Contribu- 
tions to mathematical logic, ed. by K. 
Schiitte, North-Holland Pub. Co., Amster- 
dam, pp. 37-74. 

HEINS, MAURICE H., Professor 
Books 

Complex function theory. Academic Press, 
N.Y., 416 pp. 
Articles 

On the theorem of Szego-Solomentsev. Math. 
Scand., 20:281-89. 

JOCKUSCH, CARL G., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Supplement to Algebraic systems, by W. W. 



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Boone. In Contributions to mathematical 
logic, ed. by K. Schutte, North-Holland 
Pub. Co., Amsterdam, pp. 34-36. 
Semirecursive sets and positive reducibility. 
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 131, 2:420-36. 

JOGDEO, SHISHIRKUMAR S., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Characterizations of independence in certain 
families of bivariate and multivariate dis- 
tributions. Ann. Math. Stat., 59:433-41. 
Asymptotic normality in nonparametric 
methods. Ibid., pp. 905-22. 
With S. M. Samuels 

Monotone convergence of binomial probabil- 
ities and a generalization of Ramanujan's 
equation. Ibid., pp. 1191-95. 
With Dharmadhikari, Fabian 

Bounds on the moments of martingales. Ibid-, 
pp. 1719-23. 

KAMBER, FRANZ W., Associate Professor 

Books 

With P. Tondeur 

Flat manifolds. Springer-Verlag, N.Y., Lec- 
ture Notes 67, S3 pp. 

Articles 

On the characteristic homomorphism of a 
discrete uniform subgroup of a nilpotent 
Lie group. Bull. Amer. Math. Soc, 74, 
4:690-94. 

KAUFMAN, ROBERT P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Measures in independent sets. Studia Math., 
30:17-20. 

A construction in Boolean algebras. Collo- 
quium Math., 21:47-50. 

Problems on measure algebras. Canadian J. 
Math., 20:291-97. 

On the symbolic calculus of Bernoulli con- 
volutions. Israel I. Math., (5:30-35. 

Some measures determined by mappings of 
the Cantor set. Colloquium Math., 21: 
77-83. 

Some irregular distributions modulo 1. Proc. 
Amer. Math. Soc. 19:592-94. 

On certain singular measures. Colloquium 
Math., 21:264-69. 

Density of integer sequences. Proc. Amer. 
Math. Soc, i9:lS01-3. 

KNIGHT, FRANK B., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Processus de Markov, by Paul-Andre Meyer. 
Math. Revs., id: 454. 

LEVIATAN, DANY, Visiting Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Tauberian constants for generalized Haus- 

dorflf transformations. /. London Math. 

Soc, 43, 2:308-14. 
Some moment problems in a finite interval. 

Canadian J. Math., 20, 4:960-66. 
Moment problems and quasi- Hausdorfl trans- 
formations. Canadian Math. Bull., 11, 2: 

225-36. 
On approximation operators of the Bernstein 

type. /. Apfirox. Theory, 1, 3:275-78. 

LOEB, PETER A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

A criterion for the proportionality of poten- 
tials with polar point support. Rev. Roum. 
Math. Pures et AppL, 13, 8:1121-25. 



Sur la proportionnalite de potentiels dont le 

support est un point polaire. C. R. Acad. 

Sc, Paris, 266:291-92. 
With B. Walsh 

An axiomatic approach to the boundary 

theories of Wiener and Royden. Bull. 

Amer. Math. Soc, 74, 5:1004-7. 
A maximal regular boundary for solutions 

of elliptic differential equations. Ann. 

Inst. Fourier, 18, 1:283-308. 

MARTI, JUERG T., Visiting Lecturer 
Articles 

Operational calculus for two commuting 
closed operators. Comm. Math. Helv., 43: 
87-97. 
With J. Mennig 

So, neutron transport theory in plane geom- 
etry. Nucl. Sci. Eng., ii: 365-68. 

Mclaughlin, THOMAS G., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

A theorem on intermediate reducibilities. 

Proc. Amer. Math. Soc, 19, 2:87-90. 

MULLER, DAVID E., Professor 

Articles 

Use of multiple index matrices in generalized 
automata theory. IEEE conference record 
on switchinn and automata theory, 9th 
annual symposium, pp. 395-404. 

With G. R. Putzolu 

Frequency of decomposability among ma- 
chines with a large number of states. /. 
Computer and Sys. Sci., 2:3. 

OSBORN, HOWARD A., Professor 
Articles 

Modules of differentials, II. Math. Annalen, 
i75: 146-58. 

OSGOOD, CHARLES F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The diophantine equation P(x,y) = (xy + 
d)z. /. Res. Natl. Bur. Standards, 72B, 
1:23-28. 

PECK, N. TENNEY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Extreme points and dimension theory. Pacific 

J. Math., 25:341-51. 
On non locally convex spaces, II. Math. 

Annalen, 178:209-1?,. 
A note on support points. Bull. Amer. Math. 
Soc, 74:1103. 

PHILLIPS. CLARENCE A., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Approach to the training of prospective ele- 
mentary mathematics teachers. /. Teacher 
Educ, 9:293-97. 

RAJAGOPALAN, M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Topologies in locally compact groups. Math. 

Annalen, i7(5:168-80. 
Structure of monogenic groups. ///. /. Math., 
12:205-14. 
With I. D. Berg, L. A. Rubel 

Uniform distribution in locally compact 
abelian groups. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 
133:435-46. 
With K. G. Wits 

On invariant means which are not inverse 
invariant. Canadian J. Math., 20:222-27. 



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REINER, IRVING, Professor 
Articles 

An involution on K'CZG). Mat. Zametke, 3: 
523-27. 

A survey of integral representation theory. 
Proc. Syniposium Algebra, Univ. Ken- 
tucky, Lexington, May, pp. 8-14. 
With T. Hannida. T. RaUey 

Modular representation algebras. Btill. Amer. 
Math. Soc, 7i: 100-1. 1967. 

ROBINSON, DEREK S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Residual properties of some classes of infinite 

soluble groups. Proc. London Math. Soc, 

3. 18:495-520. 
A note on finite groups in whicli normality 

is transitive. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc, 

i9:933-37. 
Finiteness conditions for subnormal and 

ascendant abelian subgroups. /. Algebra, 

i0:333-59. 
A property of the lower central series of a 

group. Math. Zeit.. 107:225-31. 

ROTHMAN, NEAL J., Associate Professor 

Articles 

An L' algebra for linearly quasi-ordered com- 
pact semigroups. Pacific J. Math., 26, 3: 
579-88. 

ROTMAN, JOSEPH J., Professor 
Articles 

A completion functor on modules and alge- 
bras. /. Algebra, 9:369-87. 

RUBEL, LEE A., Professor 

Articles 

With I. D. Berg, M. Rajagopalan 

Uniform distribution in locally compact 
abelian groups. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, 
Jij:43S-46. 
With I. D. Berg 

Densities on locally compact abelian groups. 
Bull. Amer. Math. Soc, /-/: 298-300. 
With B. A. Taylor 

A Fourier series method for meromorphic and 
entire functions. Bull. Soc. Math. France, 
9(5:53-96. 
Uniqueness theorems for analytic functions 
of one and of several complex variables. 
Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc, 64:7\-%2. 

SATO, KEN-ITI, Visiting Lecturer 
Articles 

On the generators of non-negative contraction 
semi-groups in Banach lattices. /. Math. 
Soc. Japan, 20:423-36. 

SCHUPP. PAUL E., Visiting Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

On Dehn's algorithm and the conjugacy 

problem. Math. Annalen, i75: 119-30. 

STOUT, WILLIAM F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Some results on the complete and almost sure 
convergence of linear combinations inde- 
pendent random variables and martingale 
differences. Ann. Math. Stat., 39, 5: 
1549-62. 

SUZUKI, MICHIO, Professor 
Articles 

A characterization of the simple groups 



PSL(2,q). /. Math. Soc Japan, 20, 1-2: 
342-49. 
On characterizations of linear groups, IV. 
/. Algebra, 8, 2:223-47. 

TAKEUTI, GAISI, Professor 
Articles 

Formalization principle. In Logic methodology 
and philosophy of science III. North- 
Holland Pub. "Co., Amsterdam, pp. 105-18. 
The 'TTi^-comprehension schema and w-rules. 
In Lecture notes in mathematics 70, 
Springer- Verlag, Berlin, pp. 303-31. 
A determinate logic. In Lecture notes in 
mathematics 72, Springer- Verlag, Berlin, 
pp. 237-64. 
With M. Yasugi 

Reflection principles of subsystems of analysis. 
In Contributions to mathematical logic, 
North-Holland Pub. Co., Amsterdam, pp. 
255-73. 

TING, TSUAN WU, Professor 
Articles 

Upper and lower bounds of the radii of 

gyration of convex bodies II. /. Math. 

Mech., J5: 357-68. 

TONDEUR, PHILIPPE M., Associate 
Professor 

Books 

With F. W. Kamber 
Flat manifolds. Springer- Verlag, N.Y., Lec- 
ture Notes 67, 53 pp. 

TRJITZINSKY, WALDEMAR J., Professor 
Articles 

La totale-D de Denjoy et la totale-S symet- 
rique. Memorial des sciences mathemat- 
iques, J(56: 1-104. 

UHL, J. JERRY, JR., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Orlicz spaces of finitely additive set func- 
tions, linear operators, and martingales. 
Bull. Amer. Math. Soc, 73. 1:116-19. 
Orlicz spaces of finitely additive set func- 
tions. 5fM(iiaMa*/i., 29:19-58. 

WIJSMAN, ROBERT A., Professor 
Articles 

Cross-sections of orbits and their application 

to densities of maximal invariants. Proc. 

5th Berkeley Symp. Math. Statist. Prob., 

i:389-400. 
Bounds on the sample size distribution for a 

class of invariant sequential probability 

ratio tests. Ann. Math. Stat., J9: 1048-56. 
Reviews 

Mathematical statistics, a decision theoretic 

approach, by Thomas S. Ferguson. Ibid., 

pp. 2163-67. 

WITZ, KLAUS G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With M. Rajagopalan 

On invariant means which are not inverse 
invariant. Canadian J. Math.. 20:222-27. 

WOOD, GEOFFREY V., Visiting Lecturer 
Articles 

S-rings on compact transformation groups. 
Math. Zeit., 106:137-42. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Bergman, John G. (N. J. Rothman, R. G. 
Bartle, Advisers), Harmonic analysis on alge- 
braically irreducible semigroups. 



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Bowen, Kenneth A. (G. Takeuti, Adviser), The 
relative consistency of some consequences 
of the existence of measurable cardinals. 

Corbett, Joseph W. (S. S. Cairns, Adviser), 
On isotopy types of complexes with applica- 
tion to knots. 

Davis, Burgess J. (D. L. Burkholder, Adviser), 
Martingale comparisons. 

Davis, James D. (G. Takeuti, Adviser), Mea- 
surable cardinals and NTT. 

Dollinger, Michael B. (R. G. Bartle, Adviser), 
Some aspects of spectral theory on Banach 
spaces. 

Fisher, Joe W. (E. C. Dade, Adviser), De- 
composition theories for modules. 

Gaer, Marvin C. (L. A. Rubel, Adviser), 
Fractional derivatives and entire functions. 

Hall, Peter R. (M. E. Hamstrom, Adviser), 
Local connectivity of the space of homeo- 
morphisms of a non-compact manifold. 

Jenkins. Joe W. (M. M. Day, Adviser), Sym- 
metry of the group algebra of certain discrete 
groups. 

Reams, Thomas J. (R. E. Block, Adviser), 
On representations of lie algebras of classical 
type. 

Khurana, Surjit S. (A. I. Tulcea, Adviser), 
Measures and barycenters of measures on 
convex sets in locally convex spaces. 

Koehn, TJwe (R. A. Wijsman, Adviser), 
Global cross sections and invariant measures 
with applications to the densities of max- 
imal invariants. 

Lewis, Robert E. (M. Suzuki, Adviser), On 
the Sylow two-subgroups of the alternating 
groups. 

Meeden, Glen D. (C. R. Blyth, Adviser), Some 
problems in prediction theory. 

Moretz, Marjorie A. (A. I. Tulcea, Adviser), 
Some properties of positive linear operators 
T:L> -^L». 

Pillai, Raman N. (C. R. Blyth, P. K. Pathak, 
Advisers), Some contributions to charac- 
terization problems in probability. 

Reid, Kenneth B., Jr. (E. T. Parker, Adviser), 
Structure in finite graphs. 

Roberts, Charles E., Jr. (G. G. Belford, P. W. 
Ketchum, Advisers), On the behavior of the 
integral curves of a third order autonomous 
system of differential equations in a neighbor- 
hood of a critical point. 

Showalter, Ralph E. (T. W. Ting, Adviser), 
Pseudo-parabolic partial differential equations. 

Staudte, Robert G. (C. R. Blyth, Adviser), 
Invariance theory and sequential estimation. 

Stout, William T., Jr. (I. Reiner, Adviser), 
Corresponding residue systems in normal ex- 
tensions of algebraic number fields. 

Thomas, Charles G. (M. Suzuki, Adviser), A 
characterization of the Chevalley Groups 
G2(2-'). 

Torrance, Ellen M. (R. G. Bartle, Adviser), 
Adjoints of operators on Banach spaces. 

Trott, William R. (W. J. Trjitzinsky, Ad- 
viser), Density theorems relative to mean 
regular converings and a transformation 
group in abstract measure space. 

Weber, Waldemar C. (S. I. Goldberg, Ad- 
viser), Conformal vector fields on compact 
Riemannian manifolds. 

Weger, Ronald C. (P. W. Ketchum, Adviser), 
A condition for positive definiteness on 
groups. 



MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
ENGINEERING 

ADDY, ALVA L.. Associate Professor 
Articles 

The analysis of supersonic ejector systems. 

Ejectors, Von Karman Institute LS 7, 

pp. B-1 to B-1S6. 

ADKINS, RICHARD W., Associate Professor 

Arficles 

With C. S. Larson, E. I. Radzimovsky 

Predicting the oil film thickness in hydro- 
dynamically lubricated gears. ASME Pub- 
lication 68-WA/LUB-S. Accepted for 
ASME Transactions. 7 pp. 

CHAO, BEI-TSE, Professor 

Articles 

With L. S. Cheema 

Unsteady heat transfer in laminar boundary 
layer over a flat plate. Intnl. J. Heat 
Mass Transfer, ii: 1311-24. 

With M. A. Shirazi, B. G. Jones 

On the motion of small particles in a turbu- 
lent fluid field. Devel. in Mechanics, 4: 
1179-1200. 

With B. G. Jones, M. A. Shirazi 

An experimental study of the motion of small 
particles in a turbulent fluid field using 
digital techniques for statistical data pro- 
cessing. Ibid., pp. 1249-74. 

CHATO, JOHN C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

A single-probe transient method for the 
measurement of thermal properties of bio- 
logical materials. Proc. 21st ACEMB, 10: 
51.5. 

A method for the measurement of thermal 
properties of biological materials. In 
Thermal problems in biotechnologv, ed. by 
J. C. Chato, ASME, N.Y., pp. 16-25. 
With N. A. Gammon, B. A. Hertig, 
J. H. Streckert 

On feasibility of metabolic heat removal with- 
out sweating by direct cooling of the skin. 
Proc. 21st ACEMB, 10:2A.l. 

CHOW, WEN-LUNG, Professor 
Articles 

Study of jet mixing problems by Meksyn's 
method. AIAA J., 6, 12:2422-24. 
With R. E. Eilers 

Hypersonic low-density flow past slender 
wedges. Ibid., 1:177-79. 

HARRIS, WARREN S., Professor 
Articles 

Summary cooperative research on hydronic 
heating and cooling (rev. ed.). Research 
Series I-B-R-6. 66 pp. 
With C. P. Armstrong 

Temperature distribution and mass flow in 
steam and high temperature water jets 
simulating leaks, part 2. ASHRAE Trans. 
semi-annual meeting, Feb., 74, 1:11.2.1. 
With R. J. El Assar 

Counterflow of steam and condensate in 
vertical pipes. Ibid., pp. II. 1.1. 

HERING, ROBERT G., Professor 
Articles 

Radiative heat exchange and equilibrium 
surface temperature in a space environment. 
/. Spacecraft and Rockets, 5, 1:47-54. 



URBAN A 97 



With R. P. Bobco 

A second order approximation for local 
radiant flux and temperature in semigray 
nondiffuse enclosures. Ibid., 11:1271-78. 
With T. Degenhart 

Radiant energy transport through a circular 
tube. Trans. ASME, J. Heat Transfer, 
Series C, 90, 4:489-91. 
With T. Smith 

Surface radiation properties from electro- 
magnetic theory. Intnl. J. Heat Mass 
Tratisfer, 11, 10:1567-71. 

HERTIG, BRUCE A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Measurements of the physical environment. 
In Adaptation of domestic animals, E. S. E. 
Hafez, ed. by Lea and Febiger, Philadel- 
phia, pp. 324-37. 

Ergonomics in the practice of industrial 
hygiene. In Industrial hygiene high tights, 
ed. by L. V. Cralley, L. J. Cralley and 
G. D. Clayton, Indus. Hygiene Found., 
Pittsburgh, pp, 229-43. 
With L. B. Oscai, B. T. Williams 

Effect of exercise on blood volume. /. A'ppl. 
Physiol., 24:622-2A. 
With J. C. Chato. N. A. Gammon, 
J. H. Streckert 

On feasibility of metabolic heat removal with- 
out sweating by direct cooling of the skin. 
Proc. 21st ACEMB, 10:24.1. 

JONES, BARCLAY G., Associate Professor 
See Nuclear Engineering. 

LARSON, CARL S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. W. Adkins. E. I. Radsimovsky 

Predicting the oil film thickness in hydro- 
dynamically lubricated gears. ASME Pub- 
lication 68-WA/LUB-S. Accepted for 
ASME Transactions. 7 pp. 

OFFNER, DAVID H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Generalizing the analysis of shoe-type brake- 
clutch system. ASME Publication 68-WA/ 
DE-2. Accepted for ASME Transactions. 
8 pp. 

RADZIMOVSKY,. EUGENE I., Professor 
Articles 

Dynamic face seal, equalizing device show 
promise. Oil and Gas I., Dec. 9, pp. 84-87. 

With S. M. Mamoun 

Efficiency of gear transmissions subjected to 
axial vibrations. Wissenschaftliches Mitt- 
eilungen Ukr. Techn. Wirtschaft. Inst. 
XVII(XIX) 1968. Miinchen. 

With R. W. Adkins, C. S. Larson 

Predicting the oil film thickness in hydro- 
dynamically lubricated gears. ASME Pub- 
lication 68-WA/LUB-S. Accepted for 
ASME Transactions. 7 pp. 

SOO, SHAO L., Professor 
Books 

Direct energy conversion. Prentice-Hall, 
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 333 pp. 
Articles 

Non-equilibrium fluid dynamics — laminar 
flow over a flat plate. /. Appl. Math, and 
Phys.. (ZAMP). J9:S45-63. 
With C. Wu, R. C. Dimick 

Recombination coefficients and transport prop- 



erties of an ionized suspension. Inter- 
society Energy Conversion Engineering 
Conference 1968 Record, IEEE, pp. 915-25. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With L. W. Rodgers 

An electroaerodynamic precipitator. 61st Ann. 
Meeting, APCA, St. Paul, Minn., June 26, 
1968. (Patent of S. L. Soo, Univ. III. 
Foundation.) Paper No. 68-104. 13 pp. 

With I. J. Stukel, J. M. Hughes 

A preliminary study of hydrodynamics of a 
two-stage electrostatic precipitator element. 
Ibid., Paper No. 68-103. 31 pp. 

STOECKER, WILBERT F., Professor 

Books 

Principles for air conditioning practice. In- 
dustrial Press, N.Y., 160 pp. 

Articles 

With G. L. Wedekind 

Theoretical model for predicting the transient 
response of the mixture-vapor transition 
point in horizontal evaporating flow. Trans. 
ASME. J. Heat Transfer, 90, 1:165-72. 

STUKEL, JAMES J., Assistant Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With S. L. Soo, J. M. Hughes 

A preliminary study of hydrodynamics of a 

two-stage electrostatic precipitator element. 

61st Ann. Meeting, APCA. St. Paul, 

Minn., June 26, 1968. Paper No. 68-103, 

31 pp. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Brown, Eugene F. (W. L. Chow, Adviser), 
Compressible flow through convergent conical 
nozzles with emphasis on the transonic region. 

El-Assar, Rateb J. (W. L. Chow, Adviser), 
Kinetic study of the hypersonic flow past 
the leading edge of a flat plate. 

Hayes, Floyd C. (H. H. Korst, Adviser), Heat 
transfer characteristics of the air curtain: 
a plane jet subjected to transverse pressure 
and temperature gradients. 

Lebeck, Alan O. (E. I. Radzimovsky, Adviser), 
Synthesis of tooth profiles and gears for 
increased load capacity based upon Hertz 
surface pressure considering contact ratio 
and bending strength. 

Medrow, Robert A. (B. T. Chao, Adviser), 
Floating bubble configurations and charges 
of jet drops produced by bursting bubbles. 

Stukel, Tames J. (S. L. Soo, Adviser), Turbu- 
lent flow of suspensions over parallel plates. 

Wallhaus. Robert A. (K. J. Trigger, H. J. 
Zimmerman, Advisers), Work order selection 
and assignment. 

Winterbauer, William L., Jr. (W. L. Chow, 
B. F. von Turkovich, Advisers), The deter- 
mination of periodic pulsating flow in com- 
plex piping systems by the impedance method. 



MICROBIOLOGY 

ATWOOD, KIMBALL C, Professor 
Articles 

Summary of discussion on developmental 

biology of normal cells. Cancer Res., 28: 

1823-24. 



BRYANT, MARVIN P., Professor 
See Dairy Science. 



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CAMPBELL. L. LEON, Professor and Head 

of the Department 
Articles 

With I. A. DePinto 

Pattern of action of the amylase and the cyclo- 

dextrinase of Bacillus maccrans. Arch. 

Biochem. Biophys., 125, 1:253-58. 
Purification and properties of the amylase of 

Bacillus niacerans. Biochem., 7:114-20. 
Purification and properties of the cyclo- 

dextrinase of Bacillus niacerans. Ibid., pp. 

121-25. 
With B. Pace 

Physiology of growth at high temperatures. 

/. Appl. Bacterial., 31, 1:24-35. 
With J. D. A. Miller, J. E. Hughes, 

G. F. Saunders 
Physiological and biochemical characteristics 

of some strains of sulphate-reducing 

bacteria. /. Gen. Microbiol., 52:173-79. 

CLAYBROOK, JAMES R., Postdoctoral 

Fellow 
Articles 

With L. Nelson 

Flagellar adenosine triphosphatase from sea 
urchin sperm: properties and relation to 
motility. Science, 162:1134-36. 

DANIEL, VIOLET, Research Associate 

Articles 

With J. A. Grunau 

On 0X174 DNA polymerase. Biochim. Bio- 
phys. Acta, 166:728-31. 

DeMOSS, RALPH D., Professor 
Articles 

Kinases in Leuconostoc mesenterO'ides. J. 
Bacteriol., 95, 5:1692-97. 
With K. P. Gopinathan 

The role of Tris(hydroxymethyl)amino- 
methane and cysteine in the dissociation 
of tryptophanase. Biochem., 7:1685-91. 
With M. Jean 

Indolelactate dehydrogenase from Clostrid- 
ium sporogenes. Can. J. Microbiol., 14: 
429-35. 
With S. R. O'Neil 

Tryptophan transaminase from Clostridium 
sporogenes. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 127: 
361-69. 

GRUNAU, JOHN A., Research Associate 
Articles 

With Violet Daniel 

On 0X174 DNA polymerase. Biochim. Bio- 
phys. Acta, 166:729,-31. 

KALLIO, REINO E., Professor and Director 

of School of Life Sciences 
Articles 

With D. T. Gibson, J. R. Koch 

Oxidative degradation of aromatic hydro- 
carbons by microorganisms. I. Enzymatic 
formation of catechol from benzene. Bio- 
chem., 7:2653-62. 

With D. T. Gibson, J. R. Koch, C. L. Schuld 
Oxidative degradation of aromatic hydro- 
carbons by microorganisms. II. Metabolism 
of halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons. 
Ibid., pD. 3795-3802. 

KAPLAN, SAMUEL, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. Anderson 

Selection of temperature-sensitive activating 



enzyme mutants in Escherichia coli. J. 
Bacterial, 95, 3:991-97. 

McFADDEN, BRUCE A., Visiting Professor 
Articles 

With G. R. Rao, A. L. Cohen. T. E. Roche 
Isocitrate lyase from Pseudomonas indigofera. 
V. Subunits and terminal residues and 
the relation to catalytic activity. Biochem., 
7:3574-82. 

MEYER, RICHARD C, Associate Professor 
See Veterinary Medicine. 

ORDAL, Z. JOHN, Professor 
See Food Science. 

SPIEGELMAN, SOL, Professor 
Articles 

Studies of a replicating RNA molecule. In 

Replication and recombination of genetic 
material, ed. by Peacock and Brock, Aus- 
tralian Academy of Science, Canberra, pp. 
1-26. 
With A. Landy 

Exhaustive hybridization and its application 
to an analysis of the RNA synthesized in 
T4-infected cells. Biochem-., 7:585-91. 
With R. Levisahn 

The cloning of a self-replicating RNA mole- 
cule. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 60, 3:866-72. 
With D. W. Slater 

Template capabilities and size distribution of 
echinoid RNA during early development. 
Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 166:9>2-93. 
With D. H. L. Bishop. D. R. Mills 

The sequence at the S'terminus of a self- 
replicating variant of viral Q/S ribonucleic 
acid. Biochem., 7:3744-53. 

The mechanism and direction of RNA syn- 
thesis templated by free minus strands of 
a "little" variant of Q;8-RNA. Prod. Natl. 
Acad. Sci., 60, 2:713-20. 
With T. S. Eikhom, D. J. Stockley 

Direct participation of a host protein in the 
replication of viral RNA in vitro. Proc. 
Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 2:506-12. 
With N. R. Pace, D. H. L. Bishop 

The immediate precursor of viral RNA in 
the Q;3-replicase reaction. Ibid., 59, 1: 
139-44. 
With N. R. Pace, I. Haruna 

The preparation of an RNA replicase capable 
of synthesizing biologically active viral 
RNA. In Methods of ensymology, ed. by 
Grossman and Moldave, Academic Press, 
N.Y., i2:540-55. 
With I. Haruna, N. R. Pace. D. R. Mills, 
D. H. L. Bishop, J. R. Claybroak, 
R. Petersen 

The development and use of an in vitro 
system for RNA replication. In The bio- 
chemistry of virus replication, ed. by 
Laland and Froholm, Academic Press, 
N.Y., pp. 1-35. 

SYPHERD, PAUL S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Ribosome development and the methylation 
of ribosomal ribonucleic acid. /. Bacterial., 
95:1844-50. 
With S. Fagel 

Chemical basis for heterogeneity of ribosomal 
proteins. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 4: 
1329-36. 
Extraction and isolation of individual ribo- 



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somal proteins from Escherichia coli. I. 

Bacteriol., 96, 2:358-64. 
With B. S. Void 

Changes in soluble RNA and ribonuclease 

activity during germination of wheat. 

Plant Physiol.. 43, 8:1221-26. 
Modificatioti in transfer RNA during the 

differentiation of wheat seedlings. Proc. 

Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 2:453-58. 

WOESE, CARL R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Primary structure homology within 23S ribo- 
somal RNA. Nature, 220, 5170:923. 

The fundamental nature of the genetic code: 
prebiotic interactions between polynucleo- 
tides and polyamino acids or their deriva- 
tives. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 1:110-17. 
IVith N. B. Hecht 

Separation of bacterial ribosomal ribonucleic 
acid from its macromolecular precursors 
by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. J. 
Bacteriol.. 95, 3:986-90. 
With N. B. Hecht, M. Bleyman 

The formation of 5s ribosomal ribonucleic 
acid in Bacillus subtilis by posttranscrip- 
tional modification. Proc. Natl. Acad. 
Sci., 59, 4:1278-83. 
With J. C. Vary, H. O. Halvorson 

A kinetic model for bacterial spore germina- 
tion. Ibid.. J : 869-75. 

WOLFE, RALPH S., Professor 

Articles 

With R. L. Jackson 

Composition, properties, and substrate spec- 
ificities of Myxobacter AI^l protease. /. 
Biol. Chem., 243, 5:879-88. 
With M. P. Bryant, B. C. McBride 

Hydrogen-oxidizing methane bacteria. I. 
Cultivation and methanogenesis. /. Bac- 
teriol., 95, 3:1118-23. 
With K. F. Langenberg, M. P. Bryant 

Hydrogen-o.xidizing methane bacteria. II. 
Electron microscopy. Ibid., pp. 1124-29. 
With J. M. Wood, F. S. Kennedy 

The reaction of multihalogenated hydro- 
carbons with free and bound reduced vita- 
min Bi2. Biochem., 7:1707-13. 

WOLIN, MEYER J., Professor 
See Dairy Science. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Catena, Anthony (R. D. DeMoss, Adviser), 
Physiological and kinetic studies with an- 
thranilate synthetase from Bacillus alvei. 

David, Gary S. (A. Nisonoff, Adviser), Some 
physico-chemical properties of an IgA mye- 
loma protein. 

Fogel, Samuel (P. S. Sypherd, Adviser), 
Isolation and analysis of single ribosomal 
proteins from Escherichia coli. 

Huang, Kuei-Huane. Studies of the inter- 
mediates in viral RNA replication. 



MINING, METALLURGY, AND PETROLEUM 
ENGINEERING 

ALTSTETTER, CARL J., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Thermal and athermal deformation of metals. 
In Energetics in metallurgical phenomena, 
IV, Gordon and Breach, Sci. Pubs., N.Y., 
pp. 1-79. 



With R. Adams 

Thermodynamics of the cobalt transforma- 
tion. Trans. AIME, 2-/2: 139-44. 

BECK, PAUL A., Professor 
Books Edited 

With T. J. Rowland 

Magnetic and inelastic scattering of neutrons 
by metals. Gordon and Breach, Sci. Pubs., 
N.Y., 229 pp. 
Articles 

Possible close-packed ordered structures re- 
lated to MoNi4. Acta Cryst., 243:1477-81. 
Survey of possible layer stacking structures. 
Zeitschr. fur Kristallographie, i24: 101-14. 

BIRNBAUM, HOWARD K., Professor 
Articles 

With H. Aaron, M. Wuttig 

Zener disaccommodation in dilute Co-Ti 
alloys. Acta Met., i(5:269-84. 
With M. Wuttig, J. T. Stanley 

Interstitial solute trapping in irradiated and 
quenched iron. Phys. Sta. Sol., 27:701-12. 
With D. Loebach, P. Bowden 

The effect of argon ion irradiation on the 
internal friction of gold. Acta Met., 16: 
997-1008. 
With P. Peguin 

A theory of the hysteretic contribution to 
internal friction; thermomechanical un- 
pinning of dislocations. /. Appl. Phys., 
39:4428-37. 
With C. Baker, M. Wuttig 

Diffusion along edge dislocations in Ni-Co 
alloys. Supplement to Trans. Japan Inst. 
Metals, 9:268-72. 

EHRLICH, GERT, Professor 
Articles 

Atomistics of metal surfaces. Proc. Intnl. 
Symp. Surface Phenomena of Metals, ICI 
Monograph No. 28, pp. 13-38. 
With C. F. Kirk 

Binding and field desorption of individual 
tungsten atoms. /. Chem. Phys., 48:146S. 

JEITSCHKO, WOLFGANG, Research 

Associate 
Articles 

The crystal structure of Zr4Co4Ge7(v-phase). 

Naturiviss., 55:176. 
The crystal structure of MoCoB and related 

compounds. Acta Cryst., 324:930-34. 
The crystal structure of Fe2AlB2. Ibid-, B25: 
163-65. 

LAWRENCE, FREDERICK V., JR., 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Fatigue induced dislocation in alpha-iron 

single crystals. In Materials technology — 

an interamerican approach. Amer. Soc. 

Mech. Engrs., N.Y., pp. 516-29. 

METZGER, MARVIN, Professor 
Articles 

Grain boundary corrosion in zone-refined and 
lower purity aluminum. Trans. AIME, 242: 
2329-37. 
With C. Lin 

Interaction of a surface coating with edge 
and screw dislocations in zinc crystals. 
Trans. Japan Inst. Metals, 9:805-10. 
With J. C. Bilello 

On the modulus defect and recovered strain 



100 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



in microstrain studies. Scripta Met., 2: 
581-84. 

RISSER, HUBERT E., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Gasification and liquefaction — their potential 
impact on various aspects of the coal in- 
dustry. 111. State Geological Survey Circ. 
430, 28 pp. 
With R. L. Major 

Minerals for construction. Min- Cong. J., 
February, pp. 20-27. 

ROWLAND, THEODORE J., Professor 
Books Edited 

IVith P. A. Beck 

Magnetic and inelastic scattering of neutrons 
by metals. Gordon and Breach, Sci. Pubs., 
N.Y., 229 pp. 

SAJI, GENN, Research Associate 
Articles 

Excitation of higher space modes in reactor 

transfer function measurement (part I). 

Nud. Sci. and Eng., J2 :93-100. 

SCHEIDEGGER, ADRIAN E., Professor 
Articles 

Horton's law of stream order numbers and 
a temperature-analog in river nets. Water 
Resources Res., 4:167-71. 

Horton's law of stream numbers. Ibid., pp. 
655-58. 

Horton's laws of stream lengths and drain- 
age areas. Ibid., pp. 1015-21. 

A complete thermodynamic analogy for land- 
scape evolution. Bull. Intnl. Assn. Sci. 
Hydrol, 12, 4:57-62. 

A computer model for some branching-type 
phenomena in hydrology. Ibid., 13, 1:5-13. 

Random graph patterns of drainage basins. 
Trans. I ASH Meeting, Berne, "Hydro- 
logical aspects of the utilization of water," 
1967, pp. 415-25. 
With J. R. Sturgul 

Some applications of elastic notch theory to 
problems of geodynamics. Pure and Appl. 
Geophys., d<S:49-65. 
With T. R. Thakur 

A test of the statistical theory of meander 
formation. Water Resources Res., 4:317-29. 
With G. Ranalli 

A test of the topological structure of river 
nets. Bull. Intnl. Assn. Sci. Hydrol, 13, 
2:142-53. 
With C. L. Chung 

A thermodynamic analogy for transport pro- 
cesses involving a non-positive definite 
transported quantity. Ibid., 3:88-94. 

WAYMAN, C. MARVIN, Professor 
Articles 

The crystallography of martensitic transfor- 
mation in alloys of iron. In Advances in 
materials research, Vol. 3, ed. by H. 
Herman, Wiley, Interscience Pubs., N.Y.- 
London, pp. 147-304. 

The geometry and substructure of martensite 
plates in steel. /. Sheffield Univ. Metal- 
lurgical Soc, 7: 19-29. 

Some aspects of the wear of metals and 
alloys, a discussion to the paper "Wear" 
by J. F. Archard. Proceedings of NASA 
interdisciplinary conference on friction and 
ware. Southwest Res. Inst., pp. 1-7. 
With G- R. Srinivasan 

On the problem of the definitions and the 



mechanisms of the bainite reaction, discus- 
sion to paper by H. I. Aaronson. Pro- 
ceedings of symposium on phase trans- 
formations in crystalline solids, Univ. Man- 
chester, England, July, 5 pp. 

Isothermal transformations in an Fe-7.9Cr-l.lC 
alloy. Trans. AIME, 242:79-82. 

The crystallography of the bainite trans- 
formation. Acta Met., 16:621-36. 

Transmission electron microscope study of 
the bainite transformation in Fe-Cr-C alloys. 
Ibid., pp. 609-20. 
With M. Oka 

{110} twinning in B.C.T. martensite. Trans. 
AIME, 242:337-3?,. 
With J. van Landuyt 

On the habit planes of the suboxide phases 
TaOy and TaOz in tantalum. /. Less Com- 
mon metals, 14:24S-50. 

On the mechanism of formation of TaOy- 
suboxide plates. Proceedings of the 4th 
European regional conference on electron 
microscopy, Rome, pp. 453-54. 

A study of oxide plate formation in tantalum: 

I. Growth characteristics and morphology. 
Acta Met., i<5: 803-14. 

A study of oxide plate formation in tantalum: 

II. Crystallographic analysis. Ibid., pp. 
815-22. 

With G. B. Bilow 

Some observations on thin silver films vapor 
deposited on NaCl at low temperatures. 
Thin Films, i:l-18. 

With H. M. Clark, E. A. Merriman 

Morphological studies of the 13-*^° and /?' 
-» i° transformations in equiatomic AgZn. 
Proceedings of symposium on phase trans- 
formations in crystalline solids, Univ. 
Manchester, England, July, 4 pp. 

WERT, CHARLES A., Professor 
Articles 

With G. Mah 

Interactions of carbon in solid solution in 
cobalt. Trans. AIME, 242:1211-16. 
With M. G. Coleman, R. F. Peart 

Isotope effect for diffusion of iron in vana- 
dium. Phys. Rev., J75: 788-95. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

De Lamotte, Emmanuel (C. J. Alstetter, Ad- 
viser), Martensitic transformation of a cobalt- 
nickel alloy under tensile stress. 

Dollins, Charles C. (C. A. Wert, Adviser), 
Dislocation-interstitial interaction in the 
niobium-nitrogen system. 

Pulpan, Hans (A. E. Scheidegger, Adviser), 
Stress distribution around certain under- 
ground inhomogeneities. 

Shieh, Wei T. (C. A. Wert, B. G. Ricketts, 
Advisers), Elastic modulus effect in the 
interaction of point defects with dislocation 
ribbons. 

Tong, Hua-ching (J. J. Gilman, Adviser), 
High-resolution field ion microscopy. 



MUSIC 

BEHAGUE, GERARD H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Biblioteca da ajuda (Lisbon) MSS 1595/1596: 
two eighteenth century anonymous collec- 
tions of Modinhas. Yearbook (vol. 4), 
Inter-American Institute for Musical Re- 
search, pp. 44-81. 



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BINKERD, GORDON W., Professor 
Music 

Gradual and alleluia, let my prayer come 

like incense, for men's voices and organ. 

World Library of Sacred Music, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, 11 pp. 
Gradual and alleluia, from your throne, o 

Lord, for unison male voices and organ. 

Ibid., 16 pp. 
Her definition, for baritone voice and piano. 

Boosey and Hawkes, Inc., N.Y., 6 pp. 
Entertainment for piano. Ibid., 12 pp. 
Three canzonas for brass choir. Ibid., 24 pp. 
Confitebor tibi, for mixed voices. Ibid., 8 pp. 
Omnes gentes, for mixed voices. Ibid., 10 pp. 
Peace, for solo voice and piano, high voice. 

Ibid., 5 pp. 
Peace, for solo voice and piano, low voice. 

Ibid., 5 pp. 
Alleluia for St. Francis, for women's or 

men's voices and organ. Ibid., 7 pp. 
Alleluia for St. Francis, for women's or 

men's voices and piano. Ibid., 7 pp. 
String Quartet #2. Ibid., 38 pp. 
Compleynt, compleynt, for mixed voices. 

Ibid., 24 pp. 
The beautiful changes, for women's voices. 

Ibid., 16 pp. 
Nocturne, for solo cello and mixed voices. 

Ibid.. 23 pp. 

FLETCHER. STANLEY, Professor 
Articlet 

What does it take to be a teacher? Period. 
ISMTA, 6, 1:39-44. 

GRAUE, JERALD C, Instructor 
Articles 

Musicological method in American graduate 
schools: University of Illinois. Cur. 
Musical., 5:31-33. 

JOHNSTON, BENJAMIN B., Professor 
Articles 

On context. Source, Music of the Avant 
Garde, 2, 2, July, pp. 44-45. 

LEONHARD, CHARLES, Professor 

Books 

With R. B. Smith 

Discovering music together — early childhood. 
Follett Educational Corp., Chicago, 192 pp. 
Articles 

The next ten years. Music Educators J., 55, 
1:48-50. 

LONDON, EDWIN, Visiting Lecturer 
Music 

A Washington miscellany for double chorus 

of treble voices. Associated Music Pub., 

Inc., N.Y., 15 pp. 
Four proverbs for soprano solo and women's 

chorus with two trumpets and bassoon. 

Alexander Broude, Inc., N.Y., 17 pp. 
The bear's song for tenor voice and piano. 

New Valley Music Press, Northampton, 

Mass., 11 pp. 

LYKE, JAMES B., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Ensemble music for group piano (rev. ed.). 
Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 122 pp. 

POWELL, MORGAN E., Instructor 
Music 

Sirhmrej for jazz ensemble. Apogee Press, 
Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, 31 pp. 



SMITH, ROBERT B., Associate Professor 

Books 

With C. Leonhard 

Discovering music together — early childhood. 
Follett Educational Corp., Chicago, 192 pp. 

TEMPERLEY, NICHOLAS M., Associate 

Professor 
Reviews 

A history of British music, by Percy M. 

Young. Musical Times, 109:241. 
The land without music, by Bernarr Rain- 
bow. Ibid., pp. 337-38. 

ZIMMERMAN, MARILYN P., Visiting 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

Music concept formation: a review of the 
literature. Col. J. Res. Music Ed., 4, 
Spring, pp. 1-4. 
With L. Scchrest 

Brief focused instruction and musical con- 
cepts. Psych. Schools, 5, 2:99-105. 
Conservation-type responses of children to 
musical stimuli. Council Res. Music Ed., 
13, Spring, pp. 19-36. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With L. Sechrest 

How children conceptually organize musical 
sounds. Northwestern Univ., Evanston, III., 
233 pp. 
Reviews 

Aesthetics: dimensions for music education, 
by Abraham Schwadron. /. Aesth. Educ, 
2, i: 132-34. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Andrus, Donald G. (L. A. Hiller, Adviser), 
An analysis of the acoustics of tamtam sounds. 

Ballinger, James S. (C. Leonhard, Adviser), 
On objectivism and heuristic emergence in 
undergraduate music programs and adminis- 
tration. 

Bilson, Malcolm (H. Kessler, Adviser), The 
emergence of the fantasy-style in the 
Beethoven piano sonatas of the early and 
middle periods. 

Crockett, Barbara A. (S. Goldthwaite, Adviser), 
Liszt's opera transcriptions for piano. 

Derr, Ellwood S. (J. R. Kelly, G. H. Hunter, 
G. W. Binkerd, Advisers), Cefalo E Procri 
(London, 1776) Dramatic Cantata for Three 
Voices and orchestra, by Johann Christian 
Bach. 

Maharg, John V. (C. Leonhard, Adviser), The 
development and appraisal of a course in 
choral music. 

Prince, Joe N. (C. Leonhard, Adviser), An 
evaluation of graduate music education pro- 
grams at the University of Illinois. 

Roehmann, Franz L. (C. Leonhard, Adviser), 
A theoretical basis for the teaching of music 
theory to music majors at the undergraduate 
college level. 

Snow. Robert J. (C. E. Hamm, Adviser), The 
manuscript strahov D. G. IV. 47. 



NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 

HENRIKSEN, HARRY C, Curator of 
Exhibits 

Articles 

Resin immersion for preservation of some ex- 
hibit specimens. Curator, 11, 3:252-55. 



102 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Old specimens: something of value. Museum 
News, 47, 3:20-22. 

HOFFMEISTER, DONALD F., Director 

and Professor 
Books 

Zoo animals. Golden Press, N.Y., 160 pp. 
1967. 
Articles 

Pygmy shrew, Microsorex hoyi winnemana, 
in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 
/. Mamm., 49, 2:331. 
Camel. In The world book encylopedia, 
Chicago, J : 64-67. 
With L. L. Gets 

Growth and age-classes in the prairie vole, 
Microtus ochrogaster. Growth, J2:57-69. 
With W. W. Goodpaster 

Notes on Ohioan mammals. The Ohio J. Sci., 
68:116-17. 
Reviews 

The Imperial Collection of Audubon animals, 
by John James Audubon, John Bachman, 
and Victor H. Cahalane. /. Mamm., 49, 
2:349-50. 

SMITH, DOROTHY M., Assistant to 

Director 
Articles 
With Philip W. Smith 

China Dolls. Living Museum, 30, 8:60-61. 



NUCLEAR ENGINEERING 

AXFORD, ROY A., Professor 

Articles 

Analysis of temperatures in molten reactor 
fuel tube bundles. ASME, 68-WA/HT-31: 
M2. 
Summary of theoretical aspects of heat trans- 
fer performance in clustered rod geome- 
tries. In Heat transfer in rod bundles, ed. 
by ASME Nucleonics Heat Transfer Com- 
mittee. ASME, N.Y., pp. 70-103. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Integral-transform lie-series analysis of tran- 
sient temperatures in reactor coolant chan- 
nels. AEC Research and Development 
Report, LA-3833, Clearinghouse for Federal 
Scientific and Technical Information, Natl. 
Bur. Standards, U.S. Dept. Commerce, 
Springfield, Va., pp. 1-24. 

BECK, GERALD P., Senior Research 

Engineer 
Articles 

With B. Jones, N. Schilmocller, D. Hang 

Thermal analyses of the forced cooling sys- 
tem of the Illinois advanced TRIGA re- 
actor. Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc, 11, 1: 
268-69. 

CHILTON, ARTHUR B., Professor 
Books Edited 

With R. G. Jaeger, E. P. Blizard, 
M. Grotenhuis, A. Honig, others 
Engineering compendium on radiation shield- 
ing (vol. 1). Springer-Verlag, N.Y., 537 pp. 
Articles 

Photon attenuation, broad beam attenuation, 
homogeneous mixtures, general and buildup 
factor. In Engineering compendium on 
radiation shielding. Ibid., pp. 202-26. 
Linear energy transformation for gamma ray 
Monte Carlo calculations. NSE, 34, 3:328. 
Importance sampling in Monte Carlo shielding 



calculations by a combination exponential 
and energy linearly dependent transforma- 
tion. Trans. ANS, 11, 1:418. 

JONES, BARCLAY G., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Recent developments in turbulence measur- 
ing and analyzing techniques. In Advanced 
heat transfer, ed. by B. T. Chao. Univ. 111. 
Press. Urbana, pp. 339-72. 
With W. BurchiU, R. Stein 

The influence of axial heat diffusion in 
liquid-metal-cooled ducts with specified heat 
flux. /. Heat Transfer, Trans. A.S.M.E., 
Ser. C, 90:283-90. 
With N. Schilmoeller, G. Beck, D. Hang 

Thermal analyses of the forced cooling sys- 
tem of the Illinois advanced TRIGA re- 
actor. Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc, 11, 1: 
268-69. 

MILEY, GEORGE H., Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Herceg 

A laser utilizing a low-voltage arc discharge in 
helium-neon. /. Appl. Physics, 39, 4: 
2147-49. 
With H. T. Satnpson 

High-voltage gamma-electric cell operation. 
Nucl. Applications, 5:145-55. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With J. E. Herceg 

Studies of a low-voltage arc laser. Trans. J 

Am. Nucl. Soc, 11, 1:16-17. 
With H. Hassan 

A comparison of calculated and experimental 
space-time dependent kinetics. Ibid., 1:229. 
A determination of the dynamic coupling 
coefficient. Ibid., 2:575-76. 
With P. K. Doshi 

Reactor neutron pulse propagation in multiply- 
ing media. /6/d., 1:191. 
With H. A. Kurstedt, Jr. 

A temperature formulation of the reactor 
kinetics equations. Ibid., 2:576-77. 

SCHILMOELLER, NEIL, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With G. Beck. D. Hang, B. Jones 

Thermal analyses of the forced cooling sys- 
tem of the Illinois advanced TRIGA re- 
actor. Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc, 11, 1: 
268-69. 

WEHRING, BERNARD W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. M. Bohn, M. E. Wyman 

Measurement of x-rays as a function of mass 
in the thermal fission of U"^ Appl. Phvs. 
Letters, 12, 5:199-201. 
With M. E. Wyman 

A bent-crystal spectrometer for the measure- 
ment of K x-rays coincident with fission. 
Nucl. Instr. Methods, 61, 2:189-97. 
With P. E. Rohan, N. L. Shapiro, 
M. E. Wyman 
The response of double-scintillator fission-frag- 
ment detectors to CP^-. Ibid., 62, 3:330-32. 
With A. B. Long, M. E. Wyman 

Procedure for determining the parameters 
from a fission fragment energy spectrum. 
Rev. Sci. Instr., 39, 10:1566-68. 



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WYMAN, MARVIN E., Professor 
Articles 

With E. M. Bohn. B. W. Wehring 

Measurement of x rays as a function of mass 
in the thermal fission of U^'^. Appl. Phys. 
Letters, 12. 5:199-201. 

With B. W. Wehring 

A bent-crystal spectrometer for the measure- 
ment of K X rays coincident with fission. 
Nticl. Instr. Methods, 61, 2:189-97. 

With P. E. Rohan, N. L. Shapiro, 
B. W. Wehring 
The response of double-scintillator fission- 
fragment detectors to Cf"^ Ibid., 62, 3: 
330-32. 
With A. B. Long, B. W. Wehring 

Procedure for determining the parameters 
from a fission fragment energy spectrum. 
Rev. Sci. Instr., 39, 10:1566-68. 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Bohn, Edward M. (M. E. Wyman, B. \V. 
Wehring, Advisers), Measurement of x rays 
as a function of mass in the thermal fission 
of U=35. 

Coates, David E. (F. T. Adler, Adviser), 
Studies in nuclear power reactor operations: 
I. optimisation of radial poison distribution 
during fixed fuel operation, II. cash-flow 
studied of power reactor operations under 
time-varying, non-equilibrium market con- 
ditions. 

Doshi, Pratap K. (G. H. Miley, Adviser), 
Reactor neutron pulse propagation through 
multiplying media. 

Hassan, Hassan A. (G. H. Miley, Adviser), 
Experimental and theoretical studies of 
space-time nuclear reactor kinetics. 

Herceg. Joseph E. (G. H. Miley, Adviser), 
Studies of a helium-neon laser for low volt- 
age operation. 

Kurstedt, Harold A., Jr. (G. H. Miley, Ad- 
viser), The application of the kinetics equa- 
tions solved in temperature to the short- 
interval series pulsing of a TRIGA reactor. 

Saji, Genn (R. A. Axford, Adviser), Space- 
time kinetics for homogeneous and hetero- 
geneous reactor models. 

Song, Yo T. (A. B. Chilton, Adviser), Fast 
neutron streaming through concrete ducts. 

Tsoulfanidis, Nicholas (M. E. Wyman, B. W. 
Wehring, Advisers), Measurement of time 
dependent energy spectra of electrons from 
U'^ fission fragments for electron energies 
below 1 MeV. 

Vesely, William E., Jr. (A. B. Chilton, Ad- 
viser), A study of the effects of polarization, 
electron binding, and Rayleigh scattering in 
Monte Carlo gamma ray transport calcu- 
lations. 



PHILOSOPHY 

CATON, CHARLES E., Professor 
Articles 

An apparent difficulty in Frege's ontology. 
In Essays on Frege. ed. by E. D. Klemke, 
Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, pp. 99-112. 
Reviews 

Metaphysics, reference, and language, by J. 
W. Cornman. Philosoph. Rev., 77, 3: 
380-83. 



CHANDLER, HUGH S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Persons and predictability. Australasian I. 

Phil., 46, 2:112-16. 
Taylor's incompatibility argument. Dialogue, 

7, 2:273-77. 
Logical continuity. Notre Dame I. Formal 
Logic, 5:4. 
Reviews 

The discipline of the cave, by J. N. Findlay. 
Philosoph. Rev., 77, 1:118-21. 

DIGGS, BERNARD J., Professor 
Articles 

Practical representation. In Representation, 

Nomas X, ed. by Pennock and Chapman, 

Atherton Press, N.Y., pp. 28-37. 

DONAGAN, ALAN H., Professor 
Articles 

Victorian philosophical prose: J. S. Mill and 
F. H. Bradley. In The art of Victorian 
prose, ed. by Levine and Madden, Oxford 
Univ. Press, N.Y., pp. 53-72. 

Is there a credible form of utilitarianism ? 
In Contemporary utilitarianism, ed. by 
Bayles, Anchor Books, Doubleday and Co., 
N.Y., pp. 187-202. 

FISCH, MAX H., Professor 

Books 

With T. G. Bergin 

The new science of Giambattista Vico (rev. 
ed.). Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca, N.Y., 
441 pp. 
Articles 

Croce e Vico. Rivista di sttidi Crociani, 5, 
1:9-30; 2:151-71. 

GOTSHALK, D. W., Professor 
Books 

Structure and reality (2nd ed.). Greenwood 

Press, N.Y., 292 pp. 
Articles 

Aesthetic education as a domain. /. Aesthetic 

Educ. 2, 1:43-50. 
Democracy and mutuality. /. Thought, 3, 4: 

240-44. 

MURPHY, JOHN P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Another note on a misreading of Witten- 
stein. Analysis, 29, 2:62-64. 

STALNAKER, ROBERT C, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

A theory of conditionals. In Studies in 
logical theory, ed. by N. Rescher, Black- 
well, Oxford, pp. 98-112. 
With R. Thomason 

Modality and reference. Nous, 2, 4:359-72. 

WALLACE, JAMES D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The beginning of the world. Dialogue, 6, 

4:521-26. 
Anti-naturalism. Ethics, 78, 4:296-302. 
Mechanism and action. Philosoph. Stud., 19, 

6:88-93. 
The duty to help people in distress. Analysis. 
29, 2:33-38. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Corliss, Richard L. (C. E. Caton, Adviser), A 
theory of contextual implication and its ap- 
plication to an analysis of religious belief. 



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Davis, Steven (C. E. Caton, Adviser), Illocu- 
tionary acts and transformational grammar. 

Douglas, George H. (M. H. Fisch, Adviser), 
Croce's aesthetic and theory of culture in 
The Philosophy of Spirit. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN 

CURETON, THOMAS K., JR., Professor 
Books 

The physiological effects of exercise pro- 
grams on adults. Charles C. Thomas, Pub., 
Springfield, 111., 217 pp. 
Articles 

The relative value of stress indicators, related 
to prediction of strenuous athletic (tread- 
mill) performance. Biochem. Exercises, 
Med. and Sport, i: 73-80. 

Nutritive aspects of physical fitness work. 
/. Phys. Educ, 66, 2:41-47. 

A collection of activities, routines and tests 
for building fitness. In Shaping up to 
quality. New London, Conn.: Croft Edu- 
cational Services, pp. 13-16. 

Logic (basic assumptions) of the program for 
prevention of ischemic (including CHD) 
heart disease. Proceedings, NCPEAM, 71: 
92-9S. 

What is physical education research? J. 
Health, Phys. Educ. and Rec, JO: 95-97. 

Modern views of physical fitness — physical 
fitness for what ? In Sym,posium Canadien 
de la recreation, June 10-16, 1967, pp. 
272-76. 

The trends and hope of the physical fitness 
laboratory work. Ibid., pp. 277-80. 

Physical fitness and dynamic health. Ibid., 
pp. 281-83. 

The training and seasoning of muscles, ten- 
dons and ligaments. Ibid., pp. 286-98. 

The essentials of a good physical fitness pro- 
gram, the relative effectiveness of various 
exercise programs. Ibid., pp. 299-309. 
With B. L. Rotherniel, M. L. Pollock 

AAHPER fitness test score changes resulting 
from an eight-week sport and physical fit- 
ness program. Research Qt., 39, 4:1127-29. 
With B. D. Franks 

Effects of training on cardiac intervals. Pro- 
ceedings, NCPEAM, 7i: 86-91. 

Orthogonal factors of cardiac intervals and 
their response to stress. Research Qt., 39, 
4:524-32. 
With V. A. Corrol 

Variabilite des measures d'aptitudes physiques 
dans differents groupes d'age. Biometrie 
Humaine (Paris), //:93-119. 
With J. Boddie 

Cureton of England, Wales and Virginia. 
Hist. Southern Families, i2:90-l52. 

FRANKS, DONALD, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Effects of training on selected cardiovascular 
parameters. Oregon AAHPER J., 2:13-15. 
With T. K. Cureton 

Orthogonal factors of cardiac intervals and 
their response to stress. Research Qt., 39, 
4:524-32. 
Effects of training on cardiac intervals. Pro- 
ceedings. NCPEAM, 7J:86-91. 
With E. B. Franks 

Effects of physical training on the reduction 
of stuttering. /. Speech and Hearing Res., 
11:767-76. 



JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Associate Professor 

Book Edited 

Physical education around the world. Mono- 
graph #2, Indianapolis, Indiana: Phi 
Epsilon Kappa Fraternity, 76 pp. 

LUSCHEN, GUNTHER, Associate Professor 

Books Edited 

With O. Grupe, others 

Einfiihrung in die Theorie der Leibeserzie- 
hung. Hoffmann and Schorndorf, Stutt- 
gart, Germany, 251 pp. 

Articles 

Soziologische Grundlagen von Leibeserziehung 
und Sport. In Einfiihrung in die Theorie 
der Leibeserziehu7ig, ed. by Grupe, Lii- 
schen, others, Hoffmann and Schorndorf, 
Stuttgart, Germany, pp. 93-111. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The sociology of sport. A trend report and 
bibliography. Current Sociology, 3, The 
Hague and Paris, p. 140. 

POHNDORF, RICHARD H., Professor 

Articles 

Fitness comparison of British Rugby and 
University of Illinois football teams. Pro- 
ceedings, NCPEAM, 7i :121-30. 

RAZOR, JACK E., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With W. C. Adams 

Foundations of physical activity (rev. ed.). 
Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 180 pp. 
Articles 

The physical education major's club. School 
Activities Mag., 49:14-17. 

ROTHERMEL, BRADLEY L., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With T. K. Cureton, Jr., M. L. Pollock 

AAHPER fitness test score changes resulting 
from an eight-week sport and physical fit- 
ness program. Research Qt., 39, 4:1127-29. 

TREKELL, MARIANNA, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Walking on history in Israel. Phys. Educator, 
25, 3:106-8. 

WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN T., Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 
With L. B. Oscai, B. A. Hertig 

Effect of exercise on blood volume. /. Appl. 
Physiol., 24:622-24. 

WADE, MICHAEL G., Instructor 

Articles 

With M. J. Ellis 

Intertrial response strategy in operative time 
estimation. Psychonomic Sci., 11, 6:203. 
M^ith M. J. Ellis, R. A. Schmidt 

Proprioception variables as determinants of 
lapsed time estimation. Ergonomics, 11, 
6:577-86. 

ZEIGLER, EARLE F., Professor 
Books 

Problems in the history and philosophy of 
physical education and sport. Prentice-Hall, 
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 150 pp. 
With H. J. VanderZwaag 

Physical education : progressivism or essential- 



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ism? Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 111., 
124 pp. 
Articles 

A riddle for tomorrow's world: how to lead 
a good life. /. Canad. Assn. HHPER, 34, 
2:3-8. 

The basic nature of physical education. HPE 
Council Bull.. 7, 2:6-10. 

A tale of two titles. JOHPER, 39, 5 :53. 

The idea of physical education in modern 
times. Australian J. Phvs. Educ, 43, June- 
July, pp. 17-24. 

Theoretical propositions for the administration 
of physical education and athletics. In 
Academy papers. No. 2. ed. by Miller, 
Amer. Acad, of PE, Tucson, Arizona, 
pp. 40-48. 

The case method of instruction as applied to 
the preparation of athletic administrators 
and coaches. In Proceedings, NCPEAM, 
ed. by Mueller, pp. 143-52. 

The employment of philosophical analysis to 
supplement administrative theory and re- 
search. /. Educ. Admin., Australia, 6, 2: 
132-51. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Cooke, Bryan E. (H. S. Hoyman, R. C. Herron, 
Advisers), The relationship between balance 
and cognitive abilities of children aged eight 
to thirteen years. 

Curtis, Bruce R. (L. J. Huelster, Adviser), 
Differences in self-concept and performance 
of a gross motor task. 

Ellis, Michael J. (A. W. Hubbard, Adviser), 
Proprioceptive factors in operative time esti- 
mation. 

Landry, Joseph F. (T. K. Cureton, Jr., Ad- 
viser), Adaptation of organic functions to 
continuous and intermittent exercise pat- 
terns in four male subjects. 

Martens, Rainer (E. F. Zeigler, Adviser), The 
effects of an audience on learning and perfor- 
mance of a complex motor skill. 

Munson, Karl F. (A. V. Sapora, Adviser), 
Opinions of providers and users about site 
quality for water-oriented recreation on eight 
small lakes in Arkansas. 

Newman, Ian M. (\V. H. Creswell, Jr., Ad- 
viser), The social dynamics of cigarette 
smoking in a junior high school. 

Penny, William J. (E. F. Zeigler, Adviser), 
An analysis of the meanings attached to 
selected concepts in administrative theory. 

Shuster, Arnold A. (A. V. Sapora, Adviser). 
The relationship between varying scores on 
the Minnesota Teacher Attitude Inventory 
and patterns of behavior both perceived and 
enacted in a recreation setting. 

Slaughter, Mary H. (L. J. Huelster, Adviser), 
An analysis of the relationship between soma- 
totype and personality profiles of college 
women. 

Van Rossen, Donald P. (A. \V. Hubbard, Ad- 
viser), The effects of diversions on repetitive 
swimming performance. 

Wiley, Jack F. (T. K. Cureton, Jr., Adviser), 
Effects of training with and without wheat 
germ oil on cardiac intervals and other fitness 
measures of middle-aged men. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR WOMEN 

CHESKA, ALYCE T., Professor 
Articles 

Historical development of women's athletic/ 
recreation associations. Sportlight, 3, 3:4-11. 



Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With others 

School safety policies. Amer. Assn. for 
Health, Phys. Educ. and Rec, Wash., 
D.C., 32 pp. 



PHYSICS 

ABASHIAN, ALEXANDER, Professor 

Articles 

With R. J. Abrams, J. H. Smith, 

A. Wattenberg, others 
An upper limit on the decay rate Kl" -* 

-TT*-::--/ Phys. Rev., J7-^: 1674-80. 
With R. J. Ahrams, J. H. Smith, 

R. C. Thatcher, A. Wattenberg, others 
The muon polarization in K/i3° meson decay. 

Ibid., i7<5: 1603-15. 

ABRAMS, GERALD S., Research Associate 

Articles 

With L. Eisenstein, T. A. O'Halloran, Jr., 
W. Shufeldt, J. Whitmore 
K+p elastic scattering in the backward direc- 
tion at 2.76 BeV/c. Phys. Rev. Letters, 
2i: 1407-9. 

With R. G. Glasser, B. Kehoe, B. Sechi-Zorn, 
G. Wolsky 
Final states with two or more strange 
particles from 4.25-BeVVc K-p interactions. 
Phys. Rev., i75: 1697-1704. 

ADLER, DONATELLA B., Research 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. T. Adler 

Interpretation of the correlated analysis of 
fission, total, and capture cross section 
data. In Neutron cross sections and tech- 
nology, NBS Special Pub. 299, Vol. II, 
pp. 967-74. 

ADLER, FELIX T., Professor 

Articles 

With E. E. Lewis 

A Boltzmann integral equation treatment of 
neutron resonance absorption in reactor 
lattices. Nuclear Sci. and Eng., 31:117-26. 

With D. B. Adler 

Interpretation of the correlated analysis of 
fission, total, and capture cross section data. 
In Neutron cross sections and technology, 
NBS Special Pub. 299, Vol. II, pp. 
967-74. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Effects of reactivity excursions on coated fuel 
particles. Los Alamos Sci. Lab. LA 3547, 
UC-80 Reactor Technology, TID-4500, 
52 pp. 

Reviews 

The education of a physicist, ed. by S. C. 
Brown and N. Clarke. Nuclear Applica- 
tions, 3:519-20. 

ALLEN, JAMES S., Professor 

Articles 

With A. W. Parker, R. L. Yerke, 

V. G. Stotland 
'°0(a, 2a)^Cg.s. reaction mechanisms near 

25 MeV. Phys. Rev., i/-/: 1093-1104. 

ANDERSON, ANSEL C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Obtaining ultra low temperature. In Cryo- 
genic engineering, p. 74. 



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Electrical feedthrough for use at low tempera- 
tures. Rev. Set. Instr., 39: 605-6. 
Cerous magnesium nitrate thermometry and 

the measurements on Fermi liquids. Phys. 

Rev. Letters. 20:1474. 
Purification of He'. Cryogenics, 8: SO. 
Measurements of demagnetizing factors and 

their application to magnetic thermometry. 

/. Appl. Phys., 39:5S78. 
With M. Suomi, B. Holmstrom 

Heat transfer below 0.2°K. Physica, 38: 

67-80. 
With R. E. Peterson, J. E. Robichau.v 

Thermal and electrical conductivity of Ag 

and Pt below 1°K. Phys. Rev. Letters, 

20:459-61. 
With B. Holmstrom, M. Krusius 

Calorimetric investigation of rare earth 

metals. Ibid., p. 154. 
With M. Kuchnir, J. C. Wheatley 

Experimental ion mobilities in liquid He^ 

below 1°K. Phys. Rev., 168:261-70. 

ASCOLI, GIULIO, Professor 
Articles 

With J. C. Park, G. Chandler, 

E. L. Goldwasser, S. Kim, T. P. Wangler 
Generalized deck effect and K** (1300) pro- 
duction in K" + p -♦ K + '^+ + 77- + p at 
5.5 BeV/c. Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:171-74. 
With S. Kim, J. C. Park, G. Chandler, 
E. L. Goldwasser 
KlT'TT system in the reaction K-p -> K-'77+77-p 
at 4.1 and 5.5 BeV/c. Bull. Am. Plivs. 
Soc, 1:114. 
With P. F. Schultz, E. L. Goldwasser, 
U. E. Kruse, J. Loos 
Production of $2" hyperons in K-p interactions 
at 5.5 GeV/c. Phys. Rev., 168:1S09-1S. 
With H. B. Crawley, D. W. Mortara, 

B. I. Eisenstein, U. E. Kruse, others 
Study of A2- in 77~p -> iT-pr]° at 5 BeV/c. 
Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:1321-24. 
With H. B. Crawley, U. Kruse, D. W. Mortara, 
E. Schafer, others 
Mass spectrum for ■7r-'7T-'n+ produced in 
■TT-p at 5 BeV/c. Ibid., 27:113-16. 
With H. B. Crawley, D. W. Mortara, 
A. Shapiro 
Spin-parity analysis of the B meson. Ibid., 

20:1411-14. 
Four-pion decay of the f° meson. Phvs. Rev. 
Letters, 2i: 1712-15. 
With M. Firebaugh, E. L. Goldwasser, 
R. D. Sard, J. Wray 
Strange-particle production in 8-BeV/c pro- 
ton-proton interactions. Phys. Rev., 172: 
1354-69. 

BARDEEN, JOHN, Professor 

Articles 

Theory of superconductivity. In Supercon- 
ductivity in science and technology, ed. by 
M. H. Cohen, Univ. Chicago Press, pp. 
1-17. 

BARTLETT, J. H., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Motion under a periodic cubic force. Kgl. 

Danske Videnskab Selskab, Mat-Fys. Mcdd., 

36:1-2Z. 

BAYM, GORDON, Professor 
Articles 

With C. Ebner 

Fermi liquid transport coefficients of dilute 



solutions of He' in He-". Phys. Rev., 170: 

346-50. 
With W. F. Saam 

Phonon-quasiparticle interactions in dilute 

solutions of He' in superfluid He^. II. 

Phonon Boltzmann equation and first vis- 
cosity. Ibid., 171:172-79,. 
With W. F. Saam., C. Ebner 

Phonon-quasiparticle interactions in dilute 

solutions of He' in superfluid He^. III. 

Attenuation of first sound above 0.2°K. 

Ibid., J7i: 306-13. 

BELLENI-MORANTE, ALDO, NATO Fellow 

— Research Associate 
Articles 

Un problema di convezione forzata e di con- 
duzione del calore con sorgenti dipendenti 
dalla temperatura. Ann. Mat. Pura. ed 
Appl., 4, 78:69-90. 
On the principle of gyroscopic effect for self- 
excited rigid bodies. Meccanica, J: 106-10. 

BOHAN, T. L., Research Associate 

Articles 

With H. J. Stapleton 

Combined He-3 cryostat and pulsed ESR 
spectrometer. Rev. Sci. Instr., 39:1707-9. 

BOHMER, H., Research Assistant Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

BROWN, FREDERICK C, Professor 
Books 

Physics of solids. Ionic crystals, lattice vi- 
brations and imperfections. W. A. Ben- 
jamin, Inc., N.Y., 450 pp. 
Articles 
With R. C. Brandt 

Infrared absorption and vibronic structure 
due to localized polarons in the silver ha- 
lides. In Localised excitations in solids. 
Plenum Pub. Corp., pp. 322-29. 
With R. Z. Bachrach 

Exciton structure of TlCl and TlBr. Phys. 
Rev. Letters, 2i:68S-88. 

BRUSSEL, M. K. Professor 
Articles 

With R. A. Ho ff swell, T. M. Noiveir, 
S. I. Warshaw 
Li'(He', He') Li' and LiHHe', t)Be' reactions 
for E(He') = 25.2 MeV. Bull. Am. Phys. 
Soc, J:83. 
With I. B. Barengoltz, J. H. Buffa, 
S. I. Warshaiv 
Elastic scattering of He' from C'-. Ibid., 
p. 117. 
With D. E. Rundquist, A. I. Yavin 

He' scattering from nickel and zirconium 

isotopes. Phys. Rev., i(55: 1287-95. 
(He', a) reactions from nickel and zirconium 
isotopes. Ibid., pp. 1296-1311. 

BURTON, J. J., Research Associate 

Articles 

With G. Jura 

The configuration and energy of defects on 

the (100) surface of a molecular crystal. 

In Fundamentals of gas-surface interactions, 

ed. by H. Saltsburg, J. N. Smith and M. 

Rogers, Academic Press, N.Y., p. 75. 
Fermi momentum of aluminum from to 

100 u bars. Phys. Rev., 171:699. 

CAHN, J. H., Associate Professor 
See Electrical Engineering. 



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CLEARY, ROBERT M., Research Associate 
Articles 

Scattering of single-particle excitations by a 
vortex in a clean type-II superconductor. 
Phys. Rev., 175:587. 

COMPTON, W. DALE, Professor of Physics 
and Director of the Coordinated Science 
Laboratory 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

CRAWLEY, H. B., Research Associate 
Articles 

With G. Ascoli, D. W. Mortara, 

B. I. Eisenstein, U. E. Kruse, others 
Study of A2- in ^-p -» 7r-p7?° at 5 BeV/c. 
Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:1321-24. 
With G. Ascoli, D. W. Mortara, A. Shapiro 
Spin-parity analysis of the B meson. Ibid., 
pp. 1411-14. 
With G. Ascoli. U. Kruse, D. W. Mortara, 
others 
Mass spectrum for -tj-tt-'jt* produced in 
■u-p at S BeV/c. Ibid., 2i: 113-16. 
With G. Ascoli, D. W. Mortara, A. Shapiro 
Four-pion decay of the f° meson. Ibid., pp. 
1712-15. 

DAVIS, L. CRAIG, Research Associate 
Articles 

With C. B. Duke 

Interaction of tunneling electrons with col- 
lective modes of the electrodes. Solid State 
Communications, (5:193-97. 
With F. Stcinrisser, C. Duke 

Electron and phonon tunneling spectroscopy 
in metal-germanium contacts. Phvs. Rev., 
176:912. 

DEBRUNNER, P. G., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With M. Atac, B. Chrisman, H. Fratienf elder 
A test of time-reversal invariance using the 
jMossbauer transmission of the 74 keV 
transition in Ir»33_ Phys. Rev. Letters, 20: 
691-94. 
With R. Cooke, I. C. Gtmsalus, 
H. Frauenf elder, others 
Mossbauer studies on Putidaredoxin. Proc. 
Natl. Acad. Sci., 59:1045-52. 
With R. Cooke 

Mossbauer studies of the iron atom in cyto- 
chrome c. /. Chem. Phys., 48:4532-37. 

DEEGAN, R. A., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

On the structure of the transition metals. /. 
Phvsics C. (Proc. Phys. Soc. London), [2] 
J:763. 
Structure dependence of d bands in transition 
metals. Phys. Rev., 171:659-64. 

De PASQUALI, G., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With I. A. Moyzis, H. G. Drickamer 

The effect of pressure on f number and 

Isomer shift for Fe^' in Cu, V, and Ti. 

Phys. Rev., 172:665-70. 

DY, K. S., Research Associate 

Articles 

With C. J. Pethick 

Transport coefficients of a normal Fermi 



liquid at finite temperatures. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 2i: 876-78. 

EISENSTEIN, B. I., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With U. E. Kruse, G. Ascoli, H. B. Crazvley, 

D. W. Mortara, others 
Study of A2- in ^-p -> "JT-pi]' at S BeV/c. 

Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:1321-24. 
With M. loffredo, W. lohnson, J. Kim. others 
The 3'iT mass spectrum in the reaction 'TT-p -* 

X,iT*-n-TT- at 13 and 20 GeV/c. Ibid., 21: 

1212. 

FLYNN, COLIN P., Professor 
Articles 

Atomic migration in monatomic crystals. Phys. 
Rev., 171:682-98. 
With G. W. Stupian 

Rare earth impurities in liquid aluminum. 
Phil. Mag., 17:295-326. 
With J. A. Blodgett 

Transition from bound to virtual 4f impurity 
levels in metals. Phys. Rev. Letters, 21 : 
800-02. 

FOSDICK, L. D., Professor of Physics, and of 
Computer Science 
See Computer Science. 

FRAUENFELDER, HANS, Professor 
Articles 

With M. Atac, B. Chrisman, P. Debrunner 
A test of time-reversal invariance using the 
Mossbauer transmission of the 74 keV 
transition in Ir^'^ Phys. Rev. Letters, 20 : 
691-94. 
With R. Cooke, P. G. Debrunner, 
I. C. Gunsalus, others 
Mossbauer studies on Putidaredoxin. Proc. 
Natl. Acad. Sci., 59:1045-52. 

GILMAN, J. J., Professor 

Articles 

With A. P. Gerk 

Growth of tungsten carbide monocrystals. /. 
Appl. Phys., 59:4497-4500. 

GINSBERG, DONALD M., Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Smith, Jr. 

Thermal conductivity of superconducting tin 

films in a magnetic field. Phys. Rev., 167: 

345-60. 
With A. E. Jacobs 

An experimental test of the theory of the 

proximity effect in superconductors. Ibid., 

175:569-75. 

GOLDWASSER, EDWIN L., Professor 
Articles 

With J. C. Park, G. Ascoli. S. Kim, others 
Generalized deck effect and K** (1300) pro- 
duction in K- + p -* K + •77+ -f TT- -f p at 
5.5 BeV/c. Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:171-74. 
With S. Kim, G. Chandler, J. C. Park, 
G. Ascoli 
Rtttt system in the reaction Kp -» K-7r+77-p 
at 4.1 and 5.5 BeV/c. Bull. Am. Phys. 
Soc, 1:114. 
With P. F. Schultz, E. L. Ascoli, U. E. Kruse, 
J. Loos 
Production of fi~ hyperons in K-p interactions 
at 5.5 GeV/c. Phys. Rev., 168:1509-15. 



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IVith M. Firehaugh, G. Ascoli, R. D. Sard, 
J. Wray 
Strange-particle production in 8-BeV/c proton- 
proton interactions. Ibid., J72: 1354-69. 
With J. S. Loos, U. E. Kruse 

Reactions K-p-*Z^-7T* at 4.07 and 5.47 
GeV/c. Ibid., i7i: 1330-38. 

GRANATO, A. V., Professor 
ArJiclet 

Internal friction studies of dislocation 
dynamics. In Dislocation dynamics, ed. by 
Rosenfield, McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 
pp. 117-57. 
With K. Lucke, L. J. Teutonico 

Thermally assisted unpinning of a dislocation 
double loop. /. Appl. Phys., 59:5181-91. 
With J. F, Thomas, Jr., T. Suzuki 

Second and third order elastic constants of 
alkali metals. Phys. Rev., 175:766-81. 

HANDLER, PAUL, Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Aspnes, D. F. Blossey 

Interband dielectric properties of solids in an 
electric field. Phys. Rev., 166:92l-li. 
With Y. Hamakawa, F. A. Germano 

Interband electro-optical properties of ger- 
manium, I. electroabsorption. Ibid., 167: 
pp. 703-9. 
Interband electro-optical properties of ger- 
manium, II. electroreflectance. Ibid., pp. 
709-16. 
Reviews 

Physics and chemistry of II-VI compounds, 
by M. S. Aven and J. S. Prener. Science, 
159:\SS. 

HERMANSON, J. C, Research Associate 
Articles 

Kinematic resonances in crystalline xenon. 
Phys. Rev., i6<5 -.893-905. 

HENDRY, ARCHIBALD W., Research 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With D. Faiman 

Harmonic oscillator model for baryons. Phys. 
Rev., 173:1720-29. 

HOLLOWAY, L. E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With B. D. Dieterle, others 

Experimental determination of the K2N 
parity using a polarized target. Phys. Rev., 
167:1190. 
With D. Weldon, others 

Measurement of the 2" polarization in the 
reaction TZ-p -» 2-K+. Ibid., p. 1199. 
With J. F. Arens, others 

Measurement of polarization in "TJ— p elastic 
scattering from 229 to 390 MeV. Ibid., 
p. 1261. 

HOLZAPFEL, W. B., Research Associate 
Articles 

Magneto-elektrische effekte in elektrolyt- 
Losungen. /. Phys. Cheni., 59:166. 
With H. G. Drickamer 

Effect of pressure on the volume of the high- 
pressure (VII) phase of H2O and D2O. 
Ibid.. '^5:4798-4800. 



HU, C. R., Research Associate 
Articles 

With R. A. Ferrell, V. Korenman 

Hc3 for pure superconductors at T = O. 
Bull. Am. Phys. Soc, ii:109. 

HULD, B., Research Associate 
Articles 

Radiative corrections to symmetric pair pro- 
duction. Phys. Rev., idS: 1782-94. 
Approximations for calculating radiative cor- 
rections. Ibid., id9:ll 15-20. 



ICHIMARU, SETSUO, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Possibility of second sound in turbulent 

plasma. Phys. Rev., 165:2S\-S2. 
Kinetic-theoretical approach to the fluctuations 

in weakly turbulent plasmas. Phys. Letters, 

27^:40-51. 
Kinetic equations for turbulent plasmas. I. 

Quasilinear theory. Phys. Rev., 174: 

289-300. 
Kinetic equations for turbulent plasmas. II. 

Fluctuation spectrum. Ibid., pp. 300-09. 
With T. Nakano 

Theory of a turbulent stationary state of a 

plasma. Ibid., i(55:231-50. 

IKUSHIMA, A., Research Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With T. Kaneda 

Effect of impurity atoms on the frictional 
force on a high speed dislocation in Cu. 
Scripta Met., 2:89. 
Overdamped resonance of a dislocation in 
metals and alloys. Proc. intnl. conf. on 
strength of metals and alloys. Trans. Japan 
Inst. Metals, 9: Suppl. 38. 
With T. Mizusaki, T. Odaka 

Superconductivity in Nb and Nb-rich Nb-Ta 
alloys. Phys. Letters, 26A:m. 

lOFFREDO, MICHAEL L., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With B. I. Eisenstein, W. Johnson, J. Kim, 
others 
The 377 mass spectrum in the reaction 7r~p -» 
pTT+^-TT- at 13 and 20 GeV/c. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 21:1212. 
With H. R. Crouch, Jr. 

Study of the total neutron cross section in 
77~p interactions in the momentum region 
1.4-4.0 GeV/c. Ibid., p. 845. 
Angular distributions of pion charge-exchange 
reactions in the momentum region of 1.4 
to 4.0 GeV/c. Ibid., p. 849. 

JACKSON, E. A., Associate Professor 
Books 

Equilibrium statistical mechanics. Prentice- 
Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 241 pp. 
Articles 
With J. R. Pasta, J. F. Walters 

Thermal conductivity of one-dimensional 
lattices. /. Computaiional Phys.. 2, 3: 
207-27. 

JAMES, P. B., Research Associate 
Articles 

Sum-rule constraints on Baryon Regge tra- 
jectories. Phys. Rev., 172:1602-6. 



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JONES, LORELLA MARGARET 

Articlei 

IVith S. Frautschi 

Conspiracy relations in vector meson produc- 
tion. Phys. Rev., 167:1325. 
With H. Shepard 

Analyticity and the daughter structure of 
conspiring regge-pole families. Ibid., 175: 
2U7. 

KADANOFF, LEO P., Professor 
Articles 

Wave function fluctuations in finite super- 
conductors. Comments on Solid State 

Physics, J: 5. 
Transport coefficients near the X-transition in 

helium. Ann. Phys., 50:312. 
With J. Swift 

Transport coefficients near the critical point: 

A master-equation approach. Phys. Rev., 

165:310-22. 
Transport coefficients near the liquid-gas 

critical point. Ibid., i(5d:89-101. 
With G. Laramore 

Anomalous electrical conductivity above the 

superconducting transition. Ibid., 175: 

579-84. 

KAWASAKI, K., Visiting Associate Professor 
Articles 

Anomalous spin relaxation near the magnetic 

transition. Progr. Theor. Phys., .'9:285. 
Dynamics of critical fluctuations, I. Ibid., 

39:\133. 
Dynamics of critical fluctuations, II. Ibid., 

40:il. 
Dynamics of critical fluctuations, III. Ibid., 

p. 706. 
Dynamics of critical fluctuations, IV. Ibid., 

p. 930. 
With T. Yamada 

Time-dependent Ising model with long range 

interaction. Ibid., 39:1. 
With T. Tsuzuki 

Dynamical critical phenomena in supercon- 
ductors. Phys. Letters, 28A:29. 
Dynamical critical phenomena in liquid helium. 

Ibid., p. 30. 

KLEIN, M. v.. Associate Professor 
Articles 

Theoretical models. In Localized excitations 

in solids, ed. by R. F. Wallis, Plenum Pub. 

Corp., N.V., pp. 71-84. 
Localized modes and resonance states in 

alkali halides. In Physics of color centers, 

ed. by W. B. Fowler, Academic Press, 

N.Y., pp. 729-32. 
With H. F. MacDonald 

In band absorption of monovalent impurities 

in sodium. In Localized excitatiotis in 

solids, ed. by R. F. Wallis, Plenum Pub. 

Corp., N.Y., pp. 46-53. 
Far infrared absorption induced by isotopes 

in NaCl and LiF. Phys. Rev. Letters, 20: 

1031-34. 
With S. O. Kennedy, T. I. Gie, B. Wedding 
The hydroxyl ion in alkali halide crystals. I. 

Crystal growth and characterization. Mat. 

Res. Bull., 3:677-86. 

KOEHLER, JAMES S., Professor 

Articles 

With Y. N. Lwin, M. Doyama 

Stage III annealing study of electron-irradi- 



ated pure aluminum. Phys. Rev., 165 : 
787-99. 
With K.-H. C. Lie 

The elastic stress field produced by a point 
force in a cubic crvstal. Advances in 
Physics, 17:421-77. 
With C. Lee 

Stage III annealing in gold after electron 
irradiation. Phys. Rev., 176:9,13-26. 

KOTZ, U., Research Associate 
Articles 

Photoproduction of ^° in the backward direc- 
tion. Phys. Rev. Letters. 20:230. 
With P. Heide, R. A. Le-ans, P. Schmuser, 
H. J. Skronn, H. WaJd 
Measurements of single T7- and tt* photo- 
production at small momentum transfers. 
Ibid., 21:248. 

KRUGER, P. GERALD, Professor 
Articles 

With J. X. Snyder, W. B. Sampson 

Progress in superconducting beam handling 
and accelerator structures since November 
1966. /. Appl. Phys., 39:2633. 

KRUSE, U. E., Professor 
Articles 

With P. F. Schultz, G. Ascoli, E. L. Goldwasser, 
J . Loos 
Production of Q" hyperons in K"p inter- 
actions at 5.5 GeV/c. Phys. Rev., 168: 
1509-15. 
With G. Ascoli, H. B. Crawley, D. W. Mortara, 
B. I. Eisenstein, others 
Study of Aj" in 77-p -» ■77-^77° at 5 BeV/c. 
Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:1321-24. 
With G. Ascoli, H. B. Crawley, D. W. Mortara, 
others 
Mass spectrum for tt-'H-':?* produced in 
"S-p at 5 BeV/c. Ibid., 2i :113-16. 
With J. S. Loos, E. L. Goldwasser 

Reactions K-p -^ 1- tt* at 4.07 and 5.47 
GeV/c. Phys. Rev., 173:1330-38. 
With J. Bartsch 

=-,Q- and antibaryon production in 10.6 
eV/c K-p interactions. Nuclear Phys., B4: 
326. 
Observation and analysis of the 1660 MeV 
3tt resonance "A3" in 8 GeV/c TT+p inter- 
actions. Ibid., B7 :345. 
Analysis of the K*(1320) and L meson pro- 
duced in 10 GeV/c K-p interaction. Ibid., 
B8:9. 
With M. Aderholz 

K*(890) production in 10 GeV/c K-p inter- 
actions and comparison with absorption and 
Regge pole models. Ibid., 55:567. 
Total and differential cross sections in 10 
GeV/c K-p interactions. Ibid., B7:lll. 
With K. Boesbeck 

Resonance production in 8 GeV/c 77+ inter- 
actions in hydrogen. Ibid., B4:s01. 

LAZARUS, DAVID, Professor 

Articles 

With R. R. Bourassa, D. A. Blackburn 

Effect of high pressure on the thermoelectric 

power and electrical resistance of aluminum 

and gold. Phys. Re-J., i65:853-64. 
Reviews 

Physics: matter, energy and the universe, 

by G. P. Harnwell, and G. J. F. Legge. 

Am. J. Physics, Jd:281-82. 



110 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



LOOS, J. S., Research Associate 
Articles 

IVith P. F. Schultz, G. Ascoli, E. L. Goldivasser, 
U. E. Kruse 
Production of Q- hyperons in K-p interactions 
at S.S GeV/c. Phys. Rev., i(5<S: 1509-15. 
With U. E. Kruse, E. L. Goldwasser 

Reactions K-p-^Z- -n* at 4.07 and 5.47 
GeV/c. Ibid., i7o: 1330-38. 

MacDONALD, H. F., Research Associate 

Articles 

With M. V. Klein 

Far-infrared absorption induced by isotopes 
in NaCl and LiF. Phys. Rev. Letters, 20: 
1031-34. 

MAPOTHER, DILLON E., Professor 
Articles 

With E. P. Harris 

Critical field of superconducting aluminum 
as a function of pressure and temperature 
above 0.3°K. Phys. Rev., 165:522-32. 

MARTIN, THOMAS P., Research Associate 

Articles 

Infrared absorption induced by a charge de- 
fect in an ionic crystal. Phys. Rev., 170: 
779-83. 

MASSEY, WALTER E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C.-W. Woo 

Theory of solid He^. I : A comparative 

study of liquid and solid He^. Phys. Rev., 

169:241-46. 

MIYAKE, SATORU J., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Cyclotron resonance of piezoelectric polarons 

in the quantum limit. Phvs. Rev., 170: 

726-32. 

MOCHEL, JACK M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. Archibald, L. Weaver 

Size dependence of the thermal conductivity 

of helium I near the X point. Phys. Rev. 

Letters, 2J:1156-S8. 

MORTARA, D. W., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With G. Ascoli, H. B. Craivley, B. I. Eisenstein, 
U. E. Kruse, others 
Study of A2- in vj-p -> -n-pr]' at S BeV/c. 
Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:1321-24. 
With G. Ascoli, H. B. Crawley, U. E. Kruse, 
others 
Mass spectrum for '77"-77"~7r+ produced in 
w-p at 5 BeV/c. Phys. Rev. Letters, 21: 
113-16. 
With G. Ascoli, H. B. Crawley, A. Shapiro 
Spin-parity analysis of the B meson. Phys. 

Rev. Letters, 20:1411-14. 
Four-pion decay of the f° meson. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 21:1712-15. 

O'HALLORAN, THOMAS A., JR., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With G. S. Abrams, L. Eisenstein, W. Shufeldt, 
J. S. Whitmore 
K+p elastic scattering in the backward direc- 



tion at 2.76 BeV/c. Phys. Rev. Letters, 
21:1407-9. 
With Cambridge Bubble Chamber Group 

Multipion photoproduction at energies up to 
6 BeV. Phys. Rev., Jd9: 1081. 

PARK, J. C, Research Associate 
Articles 

With S. Kim, G. Chandler. G. Ascoli, 
E. L. Goldwasser, T. P. Wangler 
Generalized deck effect and K**(1300) pro- 
duction in K--f p -» K- + 7r++77--fp at 5.5 
BeV/c. Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:171-74. 
With S. Kim 

Spin-parity analysis of low-mass (1.1-1.4 
BeV)K*77 system in K-p -» K*°'n— p at 
5.5 BeV/c. Phys. Rev., 174:2165-67. 

PARKER, A. W., Research Associate 
Articles 

With J. S. Allen, R. L. Yerke, V. G. Stotland 
^^0(a,2a)^2Cg.s. reaction mechanisms near 
25 MeV. Phys. Rev., i7-/: 1093-1104. 

PASTA, JOHN R., Professor 
See Computer Science. 

PASTERNAK, M. P., Research Associate 

Articles 

With T. Sonnino 

Studies of IBr, ICl and I2 Cls crystal 
properties by means of the Mossbauer 
effect in I'-'. I. Chemical Bonds. /. Chem. 
Phys., 48:1997. 
Studies of IBr, ICl and I2 Cle crystal prop- 
erties by means of the Mossbauer effect in 
112". II Lattice Dynamics. Ibid., p. 2004. 
Mossbauer effect studies in I'-' CN molecular 
crystal. Ibid., p. 2009. 
With H. DeWaard 

Internal field in iodine impurities in ferro- 
magnetic spinel CuCr2Te4. Phys. Letters, 
18:298. 

PETHICK, CHRISTOPHER J., Research 
Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Finite temperature corrections to the trans- 
port coefficients of a normal Fermi liquid. 
Phys. Letters, 27A :219-20. 

With K. S. Dy 

Transport coefficients of a normal Fermi 
liquid at finite temperatures. Phvs. Rev. 
Letters, 21:876-78. 

PINES, DAVID 
Books 

With P. Nocieres 

Theory of quantum liquids. Publishing House 
MIR, Moscow, 382 pp. (Russian transla- 
tion of book published by W. A. Benjamin, 
Inc., N.Y. in 1967.) 

Articles 

With J. C. Wheatley 

Dilute solutions of He' in He* at low ternper- 
atures. In Proceedings of the 10th inter- 
national conference on lozv temperature 
physics — I. Publishing House Viniti, Mos- 
cow, USSR, pp. 55-58. 1967. 

RADOSEVICH, LEE G., Research Associate 

Articles 

With C. T. Walker 

Comparison of phonon-active and infrared- 
active lattice resonances for U centers in 



URBAN A 111 



alkali halides. In Localized excitations in 
solids. Plenum Pub. Corp., N.Y. 
Experimental and theoretical study of the 
scattering of phonons by U centers in 
alkali halide crystals. Phys. Rev., 171: 
1004-23. 

RAETHER, MANFRED, Professor 
See Coordinated Science Laboratory. 

RAVENHALL, DAVID G., Professor 
Articles 

With others 

Electron scattering studies of calcium and 
titanium isotopes. Phys. Rev., J74:1380-99. 
With H. W. Wyld, Jr. 

Diffraction dissociation and the reggeized 
absorption model. Phys. Rev. Letters, 21: 
1770-72. 

SAH, CHIH-TANG, Professor 
See Electrical Engineering. 

SALAMON, MYRON B., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. J. Feigl 

Paramagnetic resonance in dilute chromium- 
iron alloys. /. Phys. Chem. Solids. 29: 
1443-47. 

SARD, R.D., Professor 
Articles 

With M. Firebaugh, G. Ascoli. 
E. L. Goldzvasser, J. Wray 
Strange-particle production in 8 BeV/c pro- 
ton-proton interactions. Phys. Rev., 172: 
1354-69. 

SCHLESSINGER, LEONARD, Research 

Associate 
Articles 

Use of analyticity in the calculation of non- 
relativistic scattering amplitudes. Phys. 
Rev., i67: 1411-23. 
Calculation of some three-body scattering 
amplitudes. Ibid.. 171:1523-27. 
With W. J. Pardee. J. Wright 

Currents as coordinates in nonrelativistic 
quantum mechanics. Phys. Rev. Letters, 
21:2140-47. 

SCHMID, D., Research Associate 

Articles 

With V. Zinimermann 

The influence of light on the ESR of F 
centers. Phys. Letters, 27^:459-60. 

SIMMONS, RALPH O., Professor 

Articles 

With D. L. Losee 

Equilibrium vacancy concentration measure- 
ments on solid krypton. Ph\s. Rev., 172: 
934-43. 
Thermal-expansion measurements and thermo- 
dynamics of solid krypton. Phys. Rev., 
172:944-57. 
With D. N. Batchelder, D. L. Losee 

Isotope effects in the lattice constant and 
thermal expansion of ^''Ne and "Ne single 
crystals. Phys. Rev., 173:873-80. 

SLIGHTER, CHARLES P., Professor 
Articles 

With C. H. Henry 

Moments and degeneracy in optical spectra. 
In Physics of color centers, ed. by W. B. 
Fowler, Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 351-428. 



SMITH, JAMES H., Professor 
Articles 

With A. Abashian, R. J. Abrams, D. W. 
Carpenter. B. M. K. Nefkens, others 
An upper limit on the decay rate Kl" -» T!*- 

•77-7. Phys. Rev., 174:1674-80. 
Muon polarization in K^3° meson decay. Ibid.. 
176:1603. 

SNOW, JOEL A., Research Associate 
Articles 

High frequency sound absorption in super- 
conductors. Phys. Rev.. 172:455-66. 

SNYDER, JAMES N., Professor of Physics 
and Research Professor Computer Science 
See Computer Science. 

STACK, JOHN D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Conspiracy relations for unequal-mass pro- 
cesses. Phys. Rev., 171:1666-67. 
Equal-mass conspiracy relations as the limit 
of the unequal-mass case. Ibid.. 173: 
1644-50. 

STAPLETON, HARVEY J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With T. L. Bohan 

Combined He-3 cryostat and pulsed ESR 
spectrometer. Rev. Sci. Instr., 39:1707-9. 
With B. A. Young 

Modified Orbach relaxation process in La- 
(Cl,Br)3 matrix. Phys. Rev., 176:502-9. 

STONEHAM, A. M., Visiting Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The shapes of inhomogeneously broadened 
resonance lines : Second order effects. /. 
Phys. C, 1, 2:565-74. 
With W. Hayes. P. H. S. Smith. J. P. Stott 
Hvperfine interactions of F-centers in alkaline 
earth fluorides. Pruc. Roy. Soc. (London), 
A306. 369-87. 
With B. Henderson, R. D. King 

The temperature dependence of the F-band 
in MgO. /. Phys. C. 1. 2:586-93. 
With M. Lannoo 

The optical absorption of the neutral vacancy 
in diamond. /. Phvs. Chem. Sol., 24: 
1987-2000. 
With R. H. Bartram, P. Gash 

Ion-sized effects in colour centers. Phys. 
Rev.. J7<5: 1014-24. 

SULLIVAN, J. D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. L. Sugar 

Daughter Regge trajectories in the Van Hove 
model. Phys. Rev., 166:1515. 
With R. Blankenbecler, R. L. Sugar 

Feynman diagram models of Regge-pole con- 
spiracies. Ibid., J72:1451. 

SUZUKI, TETSURO, Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With A. V. Granato, J. F. Thcnnas. Jr. 

Second and third order elastic constants of 

alkali metals. Phys. Rev., 175:766-81. 



112 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



SWENBERG, C. E., Research Associate 

Articles 

With W. T. Stacy 

Bimolecular radiationless transitions in crys- 
talline tetracene. Chem. Phys. Letters, 2: 
327. 

TREFIL, J. S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Anomalous nuclear photoproduction of the (p 
meson. Phys. Rev., 173:1629. 
With E. Kujawski, D. Sachs 

Spin effects in the scattering of protons from 
light nuclei and a possible test for the 
existence of Regge cuts. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 2i:S18. 
With S. Pinsky 

Regge cuts, the Wu-Yang hypothesis, and the 
composite nature of elementary particles. 
Phys. Letters, 275:518. 

WATTENBERG, ALBERT, Professor 
Articles 

With A. Abashian, R. J. Abrams, J. H. Smith, 

others 
An upper limit on the decay rate Kl° -* 

•u+'TT-y. Phys. Rev., 174:1674-80. 
Muon polarization in K^a" meson decay. Ibid., 

176:1603-15. 

WILLIAMS, WENDELL S., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Field ion microscopy of graphite. /. Appl. 
Phys., 39:2131-32. 

Stress-velocity relation for dislocations in TiC. 
In Anisotropy in single crystal refractory 
compounds, ed. by F. W. Vahldiek and 
S. A. Mersol, Plenum Pub. Corp., N.Y., 
pp. 391. 

WORTIS, MICHAEL 
Articles 

With D. Jasnozv 

High temperature critical indices for the 
classical anisotropic Heisenberg model. 
Phys. Rev., 176:739-50. 

WRIGHT, J. A., Assistant Professor 
With L. Schlessinger, W. J. Pardee 

Currents as coordinates in nonrelativistic 

quantum mechanics. Phys. Rev. Letters, 

21:2140-47. 

WYLD, HENRY W., Professor 

Articles 

With D. G. Ravenhall 

Diffraction dissociation and the reggeized ab- 
sorption model. Phys. Rev. Letters, 21: 
1770-72. 

YAVIN, AVIVI I., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Rundquist, M. K. Brussel 

He' scattering from nickel and zirconium 

isotopes. Phys. Rev., 168:1287-95. 
(He',Q!) reactions from nickel and zirconium 
isotopes. Ibid., pp. 1296-1311. 
With R. A. Hoffsivell, D. Jamnik. T. M. Noweir 
Experimental study of the (He', dp) reaction. 
Phys. Rev. Letters, 19:754-56. 

YOON, D. N., Research Associate 
Articles 

With A. Bienenstock 

Pressure dependence of the /?-brass order- 



disorder critical temperature. Phys. Rev., 
i70:631-38. 
Temperature and composition dependence of 
/3-brass elastic constants and phase equilib- 
rium in the Cu-Zn system. /. Appl. Phys., 
39:356-58. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Blecher, Marvin (A. O. Hanson, Adviser), 
Photoproduction of tt" mesons from He' with 
340 MeV bremsstrahlung. 

Blodgett, Jerry A. (C. P. Flynn, Adviser), 
Rare earth impurities in metals : the transi- 
tion from virtual to bound f levels. 

Boguta, John J. (H. W. Wyld, Adviser), Ap- 
plication of the relativistic Schrodinger equa- 
tion to the bootstrap problem. 

Bohan, Thomas L. (H. J. Stapleton, Adviser), 
Spin-lattice relaxation of trivalent praseo- 
dymium, terbium, and erbium in anhydrous 
lanthanum trichloride: temperature and mag- 
netic field dependence. 

Borders, James A. (F. C. Brown, Adviser), 
Polaron transport in ionic crystals. 

Carlson, Jon R. (C. B. Satterthwaite, Adviser), 
Thermal conductivity of superconducting 
niobium. 

Chau, Cheuk-Kin (M. V. Klein, Adviser), 
Phonon scattering from substitutional im- 
purities and lattice defects in silver chloride. 

Cohen, Joel A. (H. G. Drickamer, Adviser), 
High pressure Mossbauer studies of magnetic 
interactions in palladium-cobalt alloys. 

Cooke, Arthur R. (H. Frauenf elder. Adviser), 
Mossbauer studies of putidaredoxin. 

Grether, Donald F. (R. D. Sard, Adviser), The 
reaction pp -» pp 77+77" at 7.9 BeV/c. 

Holder, Jon T. (A. V. Granato, Adviser), 
Thermodynamic properties of crystals contain- 
ing imperfections. 

Hosken, Robert W. (M. Raether, Adviser), 
Experimental investigation of nonlinear inter- 
actions of drift waves. 

Jacobs, Allan E. (D. M. Ginsberg, Adviser), 
Proximity effect in superconductors: experi- 
mental and theoretical determination of the 
transition temperature. 

King, Lawrence G. (H. W. Wyld, Jr., Ad- 
viser), An equation for meson states in the 
quark model and its application to a meson 
bootstrap. 

Kugler, Alfred A. (J. Bardeen, Adviser), 
Calculations of equilibrium anharmonic prop- 
erties in bravais lattices with application to 
the Wigner electron solid. 

Lee, Choochon (J. S. Koehler, Adviser), Stage 
III annealing in gold after electron irradia- 
tion. 

Loos, James S. (U. E. Kruse,_ Adviser), 
The reactions K-p -* Z-ir*. 2-77*77+77", and 
S±77_K+K- at 4.1 GeV/c and 5.S GeV/c. 

McNa'tt, Jerrold L. (P. Handler, Adviser), 
Optical absorption associated with grain bound- 
aries in N-type germanium. 

Mock, Willis. Jr. (D. Lazarus, Adviser), The 
thermomigration of Au^^^ and Sb^" in gold 
and Ni^^ in nickel. 

Moore, Glenn E., Jr. (M. V. Klein, Adviser), 
Phonon scattering from substitiitional im- 
purities and lattice defects in cadmium sulfide. 

Moyzis, Joseph A., Jr. (H. G. Drickamer, Ad- 
viser), High pressure Mossbauer studies on 
iron and its dilute alloys. 

Nasrallah, Nasrallah F. (R. L. Schult, Adviser), 
Some results of the algebra of currents in 



URBAN A 113 



weak interactions. Part I: The decays K° 
-> 277 and K -» 2t77. Part II. Relation be- 
tween vector and axial-vector Cabibbo angles 
in broken SU(3) symmetry. 

Rosenbaum, Ralph L. (M. V. Klein, Adviser), 
Thermal conductivity of alkali halide crystals 
containing the hydroxide ion. 

Saam, William F. (L. P. Kadanoff, Adviser), 
Phonon-quasiparticle interactions in dilute 
solutions of He^ in superfluid He''. 

Sharma, Ram K. (J. S. Koehler, Adviser), The 
production and annealing of point defects 
produced by quenching and by tensile defor- 
mation in pure gold and silver. 

Stenberg, Charles G. (L. J. Koester, Jr., Ad- 
viser), Differential cross sections for the 
reaction He'»(-y,p)H3 from 55 to 165 MeV. 

Stotland, Victor G. (J. S. Allen, Adviser), 
Direct-sequential order-of-emission interference 
effect. 

Swift, Jack B. (L. P. Kadanoff, Adviser), 
Topics in fluid phase transition. 

Thatcher, Roy C. (A. Wattenberg, Adviser), An 
upper limit on the decay rate of Ki,° -* 77+77^7. 

Thomas, Joseph F., Jr. (A. V. Granato, Ad- 
viser), The third order elastic constants of 
aluminum. 

Verhey, Lynn J. (J. H. Smith, Adviser), 
Measurement of the strong interaction form 
factor and the charge asymmetry in the decay 
Kl° -*^-e*v(v). 

Wagner, Curtis A. (J. H. Bartlett, Adviser), 
The stability of motion in a periodic cubic 
force field. 



PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOPHYSICS 

ADES, HARLOW W., Professor 
See Electrical Engineering. 

ANDERSON, JOHN D., Professor 
Articles 

With D. M. Miller, B. C. Abbott 

Potentials and ionic exchange in slirne mold 
Plasmodia. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 27, 
3:633-46. 

ASHBY, WILLIAM R., Professor 

See Electrical Engineering. 
BUETOW, DENNIS E., Associate Professor 
Books Edited 

The biology of Euglena, vol. I. Academic 

Press, N.y., 361 pp. 
The biology of Euglena, vol. II. Ibid., 
417 pp. 
Articles 

Morphology and ultrastructure of Euglena. 

In The biology of Euglena, vol. I, ed. by 

Buetow, Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 109-84. 

Euglena — cells for biological investigation. 

Ibid., II, pp. 383-92. 

With K. E. Schuit 

Guanine metabolism in carbon-limited Eu- 
glena gracilis. J. Protozoology, i5: 195-98. 
Sucrose density gradient analysis of Euglena 
gracilis RNA isolated with Macaloid. Bio- 
chim. Biophys. Acta, 166:702A. 

With J. E. Hurley 

Tritiated leucine incorporation into norrnal 
and regenerating Euglena gracilis. Life 
Sciences, 7:943-50. 



DUNN, FLOYD, Professor 
See Electrical Engineering. 

GORSKI, JACK, Professor 

Articles 

With J. R. Reel 

Gonadotrophic regulation of precursor in- 
corporation into ovarian RNA, protein, 
and acid-soluble fractions — II. Changes 
in nucleotide labeling, nuclear RNA syn- 
thesis, and effects of RNA and protein 
synthesis inhibitors. Endocrinology, pp. 
1083-91. 
Gonadotrophic regulation of precursor in- 
corporation into ovarian RNA, protein, and 
acid-soluble fractions — I. Effects of preg- 
nant mare serum gonadotrophin (PMSG), 
follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), and 
luteinizing hormone (LH). Ibid., pp. 1092- 
1100. 

With D. Smith 

Estrogen control of uterine glucose metabo- 
lism: an analysis based on the transport and 
phosphorylation of 2-deoxyglucose. /. Biol. 
Chem., 243:4169-74. 

With D. Toft. G. Shyam<ila, D. Smith, 
A. Notides 
Hormone receptors: Studies on the inter- 
action of estrogens with the uterus. Rec. 
Progress in Horm. Res., 24:4S-iQ. 

GOVINDJEE, Associate Professor 
See Botany. 

HEATH, JAMES E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Insect temperature regulation. In McGraw- 
Hill yearbook of science and technology. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 221-22. 

The origins of thermoregulation. In Evoltt- 
tion and environment : a symposium pre- 
sented on the occasion of the one-hundredth 
anniversary at the foundation of the Pea- 
body Museum of Natural History at Yale 
University, ed. by E. T. Drake, Yale Univ. 
Press, New Haven, Conn., pp. 259-78. 

Thermal synchronization of emergence in 
periodical "17-year" cicadas (Homoptera, 
Cicadadae, Magicicada). Amer. Midland 
Nat., 50:440-48. 

Temperature regulation in insects. In Sym- 
posium on temperature regulation of Ecto- 
therms, ed. by D. Wilhoft, Bull. N.J. 
Acad. Sci., ii: 33-84. 
With R. G. Northcutt, E. Gasdorf 

The effect of hypothalamic thermal stimula- 
tion on blood pressure in the turtle. Comp. 
Biochem. Physiol., 2(5:509-18. 

HERTIG, BRUCE A., Associate Professor 
See Mechanical and Industrial Engeneering. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT E., Professor 
Articles 

Doctors afield. Frederick Schwatka — cavalry 
officer, explorer, physician. New England 
J. Med., 278:3-7. 
With R. D. Galvin. J. A. Harris 

Urinary excretion of beta-hydroxybutyrate 
and acetoacetate during experimental ke- 
tosis. Qt. J. Exp. Physiol., iJ: 181-93. 

KIRK, EDWARD S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. F. Downey 

Coronary lymph: Specific activities in inter- 



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stitial fluid during uptake of "K. Amer. 
J. Physiol., 215, 5:1177-82. 

LARSEN, JOSEPH R., JR., Professor 
See Entomology. 

MATSUMOTO, YORIMI, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Normalization of shortening in Rana pipiens 
sartorius muscle. /. Theoret. BioL, 18: 
387-95. 
With B. C. Abbott 

Folding muscle fibers of the Golfingia gouldii. 
Comp. Biochem. Physiol.. 26:927-36. 

NALBANDOV, ANDREW V., Professor 
See Animal Science. 

PROSSER, C. LADD, Professor and Head of 
the Department 

Articles 

With M. Papasova, T. Nagai 

Two-component slow waves in smooth muscle 
of cat stomach. Amer. f. Physiol., 214: 
695-702. 

With A. Bortoff 

Electrical activity of intestinal muscle under 
in vitro conditions. In Handbook of physi- 
ology — alimentary canal, Amer. Physi- 
ological Society, Bethesda, Md., pp. 
2025-50. 

With T. Nagai 

Effects of low temperature on conditioning in 
goldfish. In The central nervous system 
and fish behavior, ed. by David Ingle, 
Univ. Chicago Press, pp. 171-80. 

STEGGERDA, FREDERICK R., Professor 
Articles 

Gastrointestinal gas following food consump- 
tion. In Annals of the New York Academy 
of Sciences, 150, 1:57-66. 
With J. Szursseivski 

The effect of hypoxia on the electrical slow 
wave of the canine small intestine. In The 
Americal journal of digestive diseases, new 
series, Hoeber Med. Div. of Harper and 
Row, Pubs., 13, 2:168-77. 
The effect of hypoxia on the rnechanical 
activity of the canine small intestine. Ibid., 
pp. 178-85. 
With E. A. Richards, A. Murata 

Relationship of bean substrates and certain 
intestinal bacteria to gas production in the 
dog. Gastroenterology, 55, 4:502-9. 

SWEENEY, DARYL C, Assistant Professor 
See Zoology. 

SYBESMA, CHRISTIAAN, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

IVith E. Rabinowitch 

Photosynthesis. In Photobiology, Penguin 
Science Survey, ed. by Anthony Allison, 
Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Middle- 
sex, England, pp. 39-58. 

With C. F. Fowler 

Evidence for the two light-driven reactions in 
the purple photosynthetic bacterium Rhodo- 
spirillum nibrum. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 
U.S., 61:1343-48. 

TAYLOR, AUBREY B., Professor 
Articles 

With R. J. Bnschmann 

Extraction of absorbed lipid (linoleic acid-1- 



"O from rat intestinal epithelium during 
processing for electron microscopy. /. Cell 
Biol., i«: 252-55. 

VON FOERSTER, HEINZ, Professor 
See Electrical Engineering. 

WILLIS, JOHN S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Ouabain inhibition of ion transport and 
respiration in renal cortical slices of ground 
squirrels and hamsters. Biochim. Biophys. 
Acta, 163:506-15. 

The interaction of K+, ouabain and Na+ on 
the cation transport and respiration of 
renal cortical cells of hamsters and ground 
squirrels. Ibid., pp. 516-30. 

Cold resistance of kidney cells of mammalian 
hibernators: cation transport vs. respira- 
tion. Amer. J. Physiol, 214, 4:923-28. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Downey, Harry F. (E. S. Kirk, F. Dunn, Ad- 
visers), Exchange of potassium between blood 
and tissue in the canine myocardium. 

Hoekman, Theodore B. (B. C. Abbott, Adviser), 
A comparative study of mechanical character- 
istics and heat production of the anterior and 
posterior latissimus dorsi muscles of chicken. 

Job, Donald D. (C. L. Prosser, Adviser), 
Origin and mechanism of intestinal slow 
waves. 

Johnson, Becky B. (R. E. Johnson, Adviser), 
Sweating after repeated intradermal injec- 
tions or iontophoresis of pilocarpine or acetyl- 
/8-methylcholine. 

LaGrange, Ronald G. (F. R. Steggerda, Ad- 
viser), Characterization of urinary bladder 
smooth muscle: I. pressure-volume, tension- 
length relationships II. mechano-electrical 
properties III. autonomic regulation. 

Munday, John C, Jr. (Govindjee, Adviser), 
The fluorescence transient of Chlarella pyre- 
noidosa. 

Papageorgiou, George (Govindjee, Adviser), 
Fluorescence induction in Chlorella pyre- 
noidosa and Anacystis nidulans and its re- 
lation to photophosphorylation. 

Redenbo, James M. (B. C. Abbott, Adviser), 
The effects of ultraviolet radiation on the 
electrical and permeative properties of the 
toad urinary bladder. 

Seager, Brent C. (R. E. Johnson, Adviser), 
Body composition in early starvation as 
measured by a pneumatic body volumeter 
and whole-body potassium-40. 

Uzgiris, Vytautas (J. Gorski, Adviser), The 
effects of extended incubation on some meta- 
bolic parameters and steroid synthesis in 
rabbit ovarian tissue. 

Williams. Judith O. (C. R. Woese, Adviser)', 
Interactions between aminoacyl-tRNA syn- 
thetases and transfer RXAs from Esche- 
richia coll. 



PLANT PATHOLOGY 

BLACK, LINDSAY M., Professor 
See Botany. 

BRITTON. MICHAEL P., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With M. J. Healy 

Infection and development of Helmintho- 

sporium sorokinianum in Agrostis palustris. 

Phytopathology, 58:273-76. 



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With A. J. Ullstrup 

An unusual epiphytotic of common corn smut 
in Indiana and Illinois. Pit. Dis. Reptr., 
52:922-23. 

CARTER, J. CEDRIC, Professor 
Articles 

Arboricultural failures and successes in 

disease control. Proc. Midwestern Shade 

Tree Conf., 25:50-53. 

CHAMBERLAIN, DONALD W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With R. L. Bernard 

Resistance to brown stem rot in soybeans. 
Crop Sci., 8:729,-29. 
With J. D. Paxton 

Protection of soybean plants by phytoalexin. 
Phytopathology, 55:1349-50. 

EDWARDS, DALE I., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. P. Taylor, R. B. Malek 

The soybean cyst nematode spreads through 
southern Illinois. ///. Res. 10, 4:12-13. 
With E. J. Wehunt 

Radopholus similis and other nematode species 
on banana. In Tropical nematology, ed. by 
Smart and Perry, Univ. Florida Press, 
Gainesville, pp. 1-19. 

GERDEMANX, JAMES W., Professor 
Articles 

Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza and plant 
growth. Ann. Rev. Phytopathol., 6:397-418. 
With T. H. Nicolson 

Mycorrhizal Endogone species. Mycologia, 60: 
313-25. 

GOTTLIEB, DAVID, Professor 
Articles 

Antibiotics and cell metabolism. Hindustan 
Antibiotics iO: 123-34. 
With F. M. Huber 

The mechanism of action of griseofulvin. 
Canadian J. Microbiology, 14 :111-1S. 
With E. B. Shirling 

Cooperative description of type ciiltures of 
Streptomyces. II. Species descriptions from 
the first study. Intnl. J. Sys. Bacterial., 
18:69-IS9. 
With E. Schlosser 

The effect of sterols on the metabolism of 
Pythium species. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie, 
(5i:246-53. 
With H. P. Molitoris, J. L. Van Etten 

Changes in fungi with age. III. Incorpora- 
tion of amino acids into cells of Rhicoctoma 
solani and S. bataticola. Archiv fi'tr Mik- 
robiologie (5i:394-98. 
With R. K. Tripathi 

The physiology of swelling phase of spore 
germination in Penicillium atrovenetum. 
Mycologia. 60:571-90. 
With G. Nicolas 

Changes in fungi with age. IV. Role of 
coenzymes in respiratory decreases in Rhi- 
zoctonia solani and Sclerotium bataticola. J. 
Gerontology, 25:544-50. 
With M. V. Rao, P. D. Shaw 

Changes in ribonucleic acid during the ger- 
mination of teliospores of Ustilago maydis. 
Phytopathology, 5S: 1593-97. 



HOOKER, ARTHUR L., Professor 

Articles 

With S. M. Lim., J. D. Paxton 

Phytoalexin production in corn resistant to 
Helminthosporium turcicum. Phytopathol- 
ogy, 58:720-21. 
With K. M. Saxena 

On the structure of a gene for disease 
resistance in maize. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 
61, 4:1300-05. 
With D. R. Wilkinson 

Genetics of reaction to Puccinia sorghi in ten 
corn inbred lines from Africa and Europe. 
Phytopathology, 55:605-8. 

LIM, SUNG M., Research Associate 

Articles 

With A. L. Hooker, J. D. Paxton 

Phytoalexin production in corn resistant to 
Helminthosporiiun turcicum. Phytopathol- 
ogy, 58:720-21. 

LINN, MANSON B., Professor 

Articles 

With A. J. Latham 

A comparison of soil column and petri dish 
techniques for the evaluation of soil fungi- 
toxicants. Phytopathology, 55:460-63. 

With O. N. Nesheim 

The fungitoxicity of thiram, captan and 
Chemagro 2635 in relation to organic matter 
and clav content of soil. Trans. III. State 
Acad. S'ci., 61:26-30. 

MALEK, RICHARD B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The dagger nematode, Xiphinema americanum, 
associated with decline of shelterbelt trees 
in South Dakota. Pit. Dis. Reptr., 52: 
795-98. 
With D. P. Taylor, D. I. Edwards 

The soybean cyst nematode spreads through 
southern lUinois. III. Res., 10, 4:12-13. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With G. Thorne 

Nematodes of the northern great plains. Part 
I. Tylenchida (Nemata:Secernentea). S. 
Dak. Agr. Exp. Sta., Tech. Bull. 31, 111 pp. 

PAXTOX, JACK D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. W. Chamberlain 

Protection of soybean plants by phytoalexin. 
Phytopathology, 55:1349-50. 
With S. M. Lim, A. L. Hooker 

Phytoalexin production in corn resistant to 
Helminthosporium turcicum. Phytopathol- 
ogy, 55:720-21. 

POWELL, DWIGHT, Professor 
Articles 

The fireblight disease on apple and pear in 
Illinois. Report of the International Con- 
ference on Fireblight. European and Medi- 
terranean Plant Protection (EPPO) Pub., 
Series A. Xo. 45-E, pp. 15-16. 

Xew developments in fruit disease control for 
1968. Trans. III. State Hort. Soc, 101: 
101-3. 

What's new in fire blight control in apple 
and pear? Amer. Fruit Grower, 88, 2:36-38. 
With H. S. Gill 

The effect of different carbon and nitrogen 
sources upon the growth of races A-1, A-2, 
A-3, and A-4 of Phytophthora fragariae 



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Hickman. Mycopathologia et Mycologia 
Applicatw, i'^:234-40. 

The use of polyacrylamide gel disc electro- 
phoresis in delimiting three species of 
Phytophthora. Phytopathologische Zeit- 
schrift, 63:23-29. 

Polyacrylamide gel (disc) electrophoresis of 
physiologic races A-1 to A-8 of Phytophthora 
fragariae. Phytopathology, 58 ■.722-23. 
With H. S. Gill, M. N. Khare 

The use of polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis 
in the identification of Xanthomonas fra- 
gariae Kennedy and King. Trans. 111. 
State Acad. Sci., 61:177-81. 
With J. H. Smith 

A disc electrophoresis comparison of protein 
patterns of Erwinia amylovora with other 
bacteria, including associated yellow forms. 
Phytopatlwlogy, 58:972-75. 

SAXENA, KRISHAN M. S., Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With A. L. Hooker 

On the structure of a gene for disease resis- 
tance in maize. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 61, 
4:1300-05. 

SHAW, PAUL D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. Gottlieb, M. V. Rao 

Changes in ribonucleic acid during the ger- 
mination of teliospores of Ustilago maydis. 
Phytopathology, 58:1393-97. 

SINCLAIR, JAMES B., Professor 
Books Edited 

Fungicide-nematocide tests, results for 1967 
(Vol. 23). Amer. Phytopathological Soc, 
St. Paul, Minn., 148 pp. 
Articles 

Eradication of citrus canker from Louisiana. 
Pit. Dis. Reptr., 52:667-70. 
With D. E. Borum 

Evidence for systemic protection against 
Rhizoctonia solani with Vitavax in cotton 
seedlings. Phytopathology, 55:976-80. 
With I. E. A. Darrag 

Techniques to evaluate chemotherapeutic activ- 
ity of certain fungicides against Rhizoctonia 
solani in cotton seedlings. Pit. Dis. Reptr., 
52:399-403. 

TAYLOR, DONALD P., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With M. Goodrich, H. C. Hechler 

Mononchoides changi n. sp. and M. bollingeri 
n. sp. (Nematoda:Diplogasterinae), from a 
waste treatment plant. Nematologica, 14, 
1:25-36. 
With J. K. Pillai 

Butlerius micans n. sp. (Nematoda:Diplo- 
gasterinae) from Illinois with observations 
on its feeding: habits and a key to the 
species of Butlerius Goodey, 1929. Nema- 
tologica, 14, 1:89-93. 

Biology of Paroigolaimella bernensis and Fic- 
tor anchiocoprophaga (Diplogasterinae) in 
laboratory cultures. Ibid., 2:159-70. 

Emendation of the genus Demaniella Steiner, 
1914 (Nematoda: Diplogasterinae), with 
observations on the biology of D. basili n. 
sp. Ibid., pp. 285-94. 
With D. I. Edwards, R. B. Malek 

The soybean cyst nematode spreads through 
southern Illinois. ///. Res.. iO, 4:12-13. 



THORNBERRY, HALBERT H., Professor 
Articles 

Corn red kernel streak disease. ///. Res., 10, 
3:5. 
With Mary Ruth Thompson 

Maize dwarf mosaic virus: location of virus 
particles in situ in infected corn and John- 
songrass leaves. Phytopathologische Zeit- 
schrift, 63:224-31. 
With Mary Ruth Thompson, Ruthanne Miller 
Alkaloid production in healthy and Ampela- 
mus-virus infected periwinkle, Vinca rosea 
L. Trans. III. State Acad. Sci., 61:201-2. 
With Mary Ruth Thompson, Keramat 
Isadpanah, Perla H. Canares 
Orchid virus: causality of cattleya infectious 
blossom necrosis. Phytopathologische Zeit- 
schrift. (52:305-10. 
With Laxmikant Joshi 

Effect of magesium trisilicate on the infec- 
tivity of tobacco mosaic virus. Virology 
35, 1:169-70. 

TRIPATHI, RAM K., Research Associate 

Articles 

With D. Gottlieb 

The physiology of swelling phase of spore 
germination in Penicillium atrovenetum. 
Mycologia, 60:571-90. 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Hughes, Geoffrey R. (A. L. Hooker, Adviser), 
Gene action conditioning quantitative resis- 
tance to northern leaf blight in four Aus- 
tralian corn inbred lines. 

Scott, Donald H. (W. M. Bever, Adviser), 
Effect of barley yellow dwarf virus infection 
on the development of root rot caused by 
Cochliobolus sativus in Avena sativa and 
Triticum durum. 

Tripathi, Ram K. (D. Gottlieb, Adviser), 
Mechanism of action of the antifungal anti- 
biotic pyrrolnitrin. 

Van Dyke, Cecil G. (A. L. Hooker, Adviser), 
Ultrastructure of host and parasite in com- 
patible and incompatible interactions of Zea 
mays L. with Puccinia sorghi Schw. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BERDAHL, CLARENCE A., Professor 

Emeritus 
Books 

With C. M. Eichelberger, L. B. Sohn, others 
The United Nations and human rights (18th 
report of the commission to study the 
organization of peace). Oceana Pubs., 
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., 239 pp. 
Reviews 

The new American commonwealth by Louis 
Keren. Ann. Amer. Acad. Pol. and Soc. 
Sci., 379:160-61. 



COHEN, STEPHEN P., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Issue, role, and personality: the Kitchener- 
Curzon dispute. Comparative Studies in 
Society and History, 10, April, pp. 337-55. 

FISHER, GLENN W., Professor 
See Government and Public Affairs. 



URBANA 117 



GLAD, BETTY, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The role of psychoanalytic biography in 
political science. APSA paper. 
Reviews 

The Korean decision (June 24-30, 1950) by 
Glenn Paige. /. Amer. History, Dec, pp. 
686-87. 

GOVE, SAMUEL K., Professor 
See Government and Public Affairs. 

LEWIS, EDWARD G., Professor 
Books Edited 

IVith H. M. Macdonald, W. D. Webb, 
W. L. Strauss 
Readings in American government (5th ed.). 
Thomas Y. Crowell, N.Y., 690 pp. 

LONG, NORTON E., Professor 
Articles 

Planning for social change. Planning 1968, 

pp. 67-79. 
The administrative process. Intnl. Encyc. Soc. 
Sci., pp. 68-73. 

MONYPENNY, PHILLIP, Head 

and Professor 
Articles 

The student as a student. Denver Law Rez\, 
45, 4:649-62. 

MERRITT, RICHARD L., Associate Professor 

Books Edited 

With D. J. Puchala 

Western European perspectives on inter- 
national affairs: public opinion studies and 
evaluations. Frederick A. Praeger, N.Y., 
552 pp. 

Articles 

The USIA surveys: tools for policy and 
analysis. In Western European perspectives 
on international affairs: public opinion 
studies and evaluations, ed. by Richard L. 
Merritt and Donald J. Puchala, Frederick 
A. Praeger, N.Y., pp. 3-30. 
A transformed crisis: the Berlin wall. In 
Major European governments : case studies 
in policy-making, ed. by Roy C. Macridis, 
Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., pp. 
140-73. 
Political division and municipal services in 
postwar Berlin. In Public policy, XVII, 
ed. by John D. Montgomery and Albert O. 
Hirschman, Harvard Univ. Press, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., pp. 165-98. 
Computer-Forschung in der amerikanischen 
politischen Wissenschaft. In Politische 
vierteljahresschrift, 8, 4:560-84. 

NAGEL, STUART S., Professor 
Articles 

The tipped scales of American justice. In 

Critical issues in the study of crime, ed. by 

Dinitz and Reckless, Little, Brown and Co., 

Boston, pp. 241-44. 
The poor, also want law and order. Chicago 

Daily Law Bull., 114, 83:10. 
Reviews 

The logic of choice: an investigation of the 

concepts of role and rationality, by Gidon 

Gottlieb. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 62, 4: 

1308-9. 
Movies, censorship, and the law, by Ira 

Carmen. Midwest J. Pol. Sci., 12, 1:153-55. 
Criminal lawyer, by Arthur Wood. Amer. 

Sociol. Rev.. 33, 3:486-87. 



PELTASON, JACK W., Professor of Political 
Science and Chancellor, University at 
Urbana-Champaign 

Articles 

Judicial process: introduction. In Interna- 
tional encyclopedia of the social sciences, 
Vol. 8, pp. 283-91. 

SCOTT, ROBERT E., Professor 
Articles 

Student political activism in Latin America. 
Daedalus, 97, 1:70-98. 
Reviews 

Government and politics in Latin America, a 
reader, ed. by Peter G. Snow. Hispan. 
Amer. Hist. Rev., May, p. 311. 
La democracia en Mexico (2nd ed.), by 
Pablo Gonzalez Casanova. Ibid., Aug., pp. 
511-13. 
The dynamics of Mexican nationalism, by 
Frederick C. Turner. Amer. Pol. Sci. Rev., 
62, 4:1386. 



SNIDER, CLYDE F., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With R. Andersen 

Local taxing units: the Illinois experience. 

Inst. Govt, and Public Affairs, Univ. 111., 

Urbana, 64 pp. 



THOMPSON, VICTOR A., Professor 
Articles 

The organizational dimension. Wilson Lib. 

Bull., 42, 7:693. 
How scientific management thwarts innova- 
tion. Trans-action, 5, 7:51. 

YU, GEORGE T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Dragon in the bush: Peking's presence in 
Africa. Asian Survey, 3, 12:1018-26. 
Reviews 

Chinese society under communism: a reader, 
ed. by William T. Liu. Social Forces, 46, 
4:579. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The present and future role of China in the 
Asian-Pacific area, c. 1980. The balance of 
power in the Asian-Pacific area, 1980. The 
Washington Center for Foreign Policy Re- 
search, Wash., D.C., 29 pp. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Coombs, Fred S. (P. Monypenny, Advsier), 
Children and legal authority: a study of 
role-learning. 

Eraser, John G. (P. Monypenny, Adviser), 
Psychology and the explanation of political 
behavior. 

Jones, Mack H. (M. Davis, Adviser), The de- 
velopment of the political role of the United 
Nations secretary-general: 1945-1967. 

Krauter, Joseph F. (M. Davis, Adviser), Civil 
liberties and the Canadian minorities. 

Manwaring, Max G. (E. G. Lewis, Adviser), 
The military in Brazilian politics. 

Park, Yung H. (E. G. Lewis, Adviser), The 
electoral reform laws of 1962: a case study of 
the Japanese policy-making process. 

Porter, Laurellen (C. B. Hagan, Adviser), 
Foreign trade policy and area redevelopment, 
1955-56: a case study. 



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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

HENRY, DAVID D., President 
Articles 

Education for relevance. Graduate Comment, 

Detroit, Michigan, 11, 2:59-65. 
Concern for consensus. In On speech and 
speakers, ed. by Stewart and Kendall, Holt, 
Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., pp. 197-204. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

ADAMS, JACK A., Professor 
Articles 

Response feedback and learning. Psycholog- 
ical Bulletin, 70:486-504. 

ADES, HARLOW, Professor 

See Electrical Engineering. 
ANDERSON, RICHARD C, Professor 

See Education. 
BECKER, WESLEY C, Professor 

See Education. 

BIJOU, SIDNEY W., Professor 
Articles 

Experimental analysis of left-right concepts 
in retarded children. In International re- 
viezv of research in mental retardation 
{Vol. 3). Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 65-96. 

The mentally retarded child. Psychology To- 
day, 2, 1:47-52. 

Ages, stages, and the naturalization of human 
development. American Psychologist, 23 : 
419-27. 

Behavior modification, in the mentally re- 
tarded: Application of operant conditioning 
principles. Pediatric Clinics of North 
America, 968, 15, 4:968. 

Research in the academic education of the 
retarded. In Expanding concepts of men- 
tal retardation, ed. by G. A. Jervis, Charles 
C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., pp. 143-49. 
With Margaret K. Johnston, H. N . Sloane 

Successive modification of aggressive be- 
haviour and aggressive fantasy play by 
management of contingencies. Journal of 
Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 8:217-26. 
1967. 
With R. F. Peterson, Marian Ault 

A method to integrate descriptive and ex- 
perimental field studies at the level of data 
and empirical concepts. Journal of Applied 
Behavior Analysis, 2:175-91. 

BOGARTZ, RICHARD S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A least squares method for fitting intercept- 
ing line segments to a set of data points. 
Psychological Bulletin, 70:749-55. 

Short-term memory in binary prediction by 
children: Some stochastic information pro- 
cessing models. In The psychology of learn- 
ing and motivation, ed. by J. Spence and 
G. Bower, Academic Press; Psychometrika, 
33:405-22. 
With C. C. Clifton 

Selective attention during dichotic listening 
by preschool children. Journal of Experi- 
mental Child Psychology, (5:483-91. 

CATTELL, RAYMOND B., Professor 

Books 

With J. H. Butcher 

The prediction of achievement and creativity. 



Bobbs-Merrill Co., Indianapolis, Ind., 386 
pp. 
Articles 

Taxonomic principles for locating and using 
types (and the derived taxonome computer 
program). In Formal representation of 
human judgment, ed. by B. Kleinmuntz, 
Pittsburgh Univ. Press, Pennsylvania, pp. 
99-148. 

Some practical implications of the theory of 
fluid and crystallized general ability. In 
Readings in psychological tests and measure- 
ments, ed. by Barnette, W. Leslie, Jr., 
Dorsey Press, Homewood, 111., pp. 144-50. 

Trait-view theory of perturbations in ratings 
and self ratings (L(BR)-and Q-Data) : Its 
application to obtaining pure trait score 
estimates in questionnnaires. Psychological 
Review, 75:2:96-113. 

Progress in clinical psychology through multi- 
variate experimental designs. Multivariate 
Behavioral Research, Special Issue, pp. 4-8. 

La teoria deH'intelligenza fluida e cristal- 
lizzata sua relazione con i tests "culture 
fair," e sua verifica in bambini dai 9 ai 12 
anni. Bollettino di Psicologia Applicata, 88- 
89-90:1-22. 
With H. W. Eber, K. H. Delhees 

A large sample cross validation of the person- 
ality trait structure of the 16 P. F. with 
some clinical implications. Multivariate Be- 
havioral Research, Special Issue, pp. 107-32. 
With B. D. Gibbons 

Personality factor structure of the combined 
Guilford and Cattell personality question- 
naires. Journal of Personality and Social 
Psychology, 9:107-20. 
With J. H. Hundleby 

Conceptual and experimental requirements in 
relating independence (U.I. 19) and field 
independence in L- and Q-Data media: 
a comment on Dr. Ohnmaeht's research. 
Percept%ial and Motor Skills, 27:733-34. 
With E. Kamlos. D. F. Tatro 

Significant differences of affective, paranoid, 
and non-paranoid schizophrenic psychotics 
on primary source traits in the 16 P. F. 
Multivariate Behavioral Research, Special 
Issue, pp. 33-54. 
With J. R. Nesselroade 

Note on analyzing personality relations in 
married couples. Psychological Reports, 22: 
381-82. 
With K. Pickets 

The relationship of clinical symptoms and 
IPAT-factored tests of anxiety, regression, 
and asthenia: a factor analytic study. 
The Journal of Nervous and Mental 
Disease, 146:147-60. 
With F. L. Damarin, Jr. 

Personality factors in early childhood and 
their relation to intelligence. Monograph of 
the Society for Research in Child Develop- 
ment, 33, 6:1-95. 

CLORE, GERALD L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With B. Baldridge 

Interpersonal attraction : the role of agreement 
and topic interest. Journal of Personality 
and Social Psychology, 9, 4:340-46. 

COHEN, JOZEF, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Color science, by G. Wyszecki and W. S. 

Stiles. American Journal of Psxchology, 81: 

128-29. 



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COSTIX, FRANK, Professor 
Articles 

Dogmatism and the retention of psychological 
misconceptions. Educational and Psycholog- 
ical Measurement, 28, 2:529-34. 
A seminar in the teaching of psychology. 
Improving College and University Teaching, 
16, 1:48-49. 
A graduate course in the teaching of psychol- 
ogy: Description and evaluation. Journal 
of Teacher Education, 19, 4:425-32. 

DAVIS, JAMES H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. Hoppe, J. P. Hornseth 

Risk-taking: Task response patterns and 

grouping. Organisational Behavior and 

Human Performance, 5:124-42. 
With M. Carey, P. Foxmcin, D. Tarr 

Experimenter presence, verbalization and 

problem solving. Journal of Personality and 

Social Psychology, 5:299-2,02. 
With A. Vine 

Group problem solving, task divisibility and 

prior social organization. Proceedings, 76th 

annual convention American Psychological 

Association, pp. 411-12. 

DELHEES, KARL H., Research Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Conflict measurement by the dynamic cal- 
culus model, and its applicability in clinical 
practice. Multivariate Beliavioral Research, 
Special Issue, pp. 73-96. 

With R. B. Cattell. H. W. Eber 

A large sample cross validation of the person- 
ality trait structure of the 16 P. F. with 
some clinical implications. Ibid., pp. 107-32. 

DON'CHIX, EMANUEL, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Evoked potentials and uncertainty resolution. 
Psychonomic Science, i2: 103. 
Reviews 

Games neurons play. Review of Frontiers in 
physiological psychology, by Russel. Con- 
temporary Psychology, 13:597-98. 

DULANY, DON E., Professor 
Articles 

Awareness, rules, and prepositional control : 
a confrontation with S — R behavior theory. 
In Verbal behavior and general behavior 
theorx, ed. by T. Dixon. D. Horton, Pren- 
tice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., pp. 341-87. 

ERIKSEN, CHARLES W., Professor 
Articles 

Unconscious perception. In International en- 
cyclopedia of the social sciences. Vol. 2, ed. 
by D. L. Sills, The Macmillan Co. and The 
Free Press, N.Y., pp. 575-81. 
With Jan Pierce 

Defense mechanisms. In Handbook of per- 
sonality theory and research, ed. by E. F. 
Borgatta and W. W. Lambert, Rand Mc- 
nally and Co., Chicago, pp. 1007-40. 
With T. S. Greenspan 

Binocular summation over time in the per- 
ception of form at brief durations. Journal 
of Experimental Psychology, 76:331-36. 
Interocular non-independence. Perceptual Psy- 
chophysics, 3:93-96. 
With J. F. Collins 

Sensory traces versus the psychological mo- 



ment in the temporal organization of form. 
Journal of American Experimental Psychol- 
ogy, 77:376-82. 

With D. L. Schurman, J. Rohrbaugh 

Masking phenomena and time intensity rec- 
iprocity for form. Ibid., 78:310-17. 

With T. J. Spencer 

Visual search under conditions of verj- rapid 
sequential input rates. Perceptual Psycho- 
physics, 4:197-202. 

FIEDLER, FRED E., Professor 
Articles 

Personality and situational determinants of 
leadership effectiveness. In Group dynamics: 
research and theorv, ed. bv Cartwright and 
Zander, Harper and Row, 'N.Y., pp. 362-80. 
The effect of culture training on leadership, 
organizational performance, and adjustment. 
Naval Research Reviews, 21:7-12. 
With S. M. Nealey 

The leadership functions of middle managers. 
Psychological Bulletin, 70:313-29. 

FISHBEIN, MARTIN, Associate Professor 
Books 

Readings in attitude theory and measurement. 

New York: John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 

499 pp. 1967. 
Articles 

A consideration of beliefs, and their role in 

attitude measurement. In Readings in 

attitude theory and measurement, ed. by 

M. Fishbein, John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 

pp. 257-66. 1967. 
A behavior theory approach to the relations 

between beliefs about an object and the 

attitude toward the object. Ibid., pp. 389- 

400. 
Attitude and the prediction of behavior. 

Ibid., pp. 477-92. 
With H. C. Triandis, Ellie Hall, 

A. V. Shanmugam, Y. Tanaka 
Affect and behavioral intentions. In Modern 

trends in psychology, papers in honor of 

Professor Kuppuswamj'. Manaktala & Sons, 

Bombay. 1967. 

GRAEN, GEORGE B., Assistant Professor of 

Psychology and Industrial Relations 
Articles 

Testing traditional and two-factor hypotheses 
concerning job satisfaction. Journal of 
Applied Psychology, 52, 5:366-71. 
With Rene V. Dauis. D. J. Weiss 

Need tvpe and job satisfaction among in- 
dustrial scientists. Ibid., 4:286-89. 
With C. L. Hulin 

Addendum to "An empirical investigation of 
two implications of the two-factor theory of 
job satisfaction." Ibid., pp. 341-42. 
Reviews 

Readings in attitude theory and measurement. 
Ed. by Martin Fishbein. Psychometrika, 23, 
3:387-89. 
White- and blue-collars in a mill shutdown: 
a case study in relative redundancy, by 
Felician F. Foltman. Personnel Psychology, 
21, 4:541-43. 

GREENBERG, GORDON Z., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The frequency-response characteristic of au- 
ditory observers detecting signals of a single 
frequency in noise: the probe-signal method. 
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of 
America, 44, 6:1513-23. 



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GREENOUGH, WILLIAM T., Instructor 
Articles 

With B. W. Godolphin 

Performance of rats on a discrimination oper- 
ant alley task discriminated. Behavioral 
Research Methods and Instrumentation, 1 : 
57-59. 
With A. Yuwiler, E. Geller 

Biochemical and behavioral effects of mag- 
nesium pomoline. Psychopharmacology, Ber- 
lin, ij:l 74-80. 
With R. Schivitsgebel, J. Fulcher 

Permanence of ECS-produced amnesia as a 
function of test conditions. Journal of 
comparative and physiological Psychology, 
66:554-56. 

HIRSCH, JERRY, Professor 

Articles 

Behavior-genetic analysis and the study of 
man. In Science and the concept of race, 
ed. by Mead, Dobzhansky, Tobach, and 
Light, Columbia Univ. Press, N.Y., pp. 
37-48. 

With L. Erlenmeyer-Kimling 

Behavior genetics. In Contemporary ap- 
proaches to psychology, ed. by Helson and 
Bevan, D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, 
N.J., pp. 91-137. 1967. 

With R. C. Hostetter 

Behavior genetics. In Foundations of ab- 
normal psychology, ed. by London and 
Rosenhan, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 
N.Y., pp. 28-60. 

Reviews 

Molecular psychotiiology : a chemical ap- 
proach to learning and other behavior, by 
John Gaito. Contemporary Psychology, 13, 
2:51. 

HULIN, CHARLES L., Associate Professor of 

Psychology and Industrial Relations 
Articles 

The effects of changes in job satisfaction 
levels on turnover. Journal of Applied 
Psychology, 52:122-26. 
With M. R. Blood 

Job enlargement, individual differences and 
worker responses. Psychological Bulletin, 
<59:41-55. 
With Patricia S. Mikes 

The use of importance as a weighting com- 
ponent of job satisfaction. Journal of Ap- 
plied Psychology, 52:394-98. 
With G. B. Graen 

Addendum to "An empirical investigation of 
two implications of the two-factor theory of 
job satisfaction." Ibid., 52:341-42. 
Reviews 

Personnel selection and placement, by Marvin 
Dunnette. ILR Review, 21:298-99. 

HUMPHREYS, LLOYD G., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

The fleeting nature of the prediction of col- 
lege academic success. Journal of Educa- 
tional Psychology, 59, 5:375-80. 

Factor analysis: psychological applications. 
International Encyclopedia of the Social 
Sciences, pp. 281-87. 

HUNT, J. McV., Professor 
Articles 

Evolution of current concepts of intelligence 
and intellectual development. The Amer- 
ican Montessori Society Bulletin, 6, 4. 



Rip Van Winkle returns : Then and now. 
The Clinical Psychologist, 23, 1:5-12. 
With N. S. Endler 

S-R Inventories of Hostility and comparisons 
of the proportions of variance from persons, 
responses, and situations for hostility and 
anxiousness. Journal of Personality and 
Social Psychology, 9, 4:309-15. 

Triple-interaction variance in the S-R Inven- 
tory of Anxiousness. Perceptual and Motor 
Skills, 27:1098. 
With D. Greenberg, Ina C. Uzgiris 

Hastening the development of the blink- 
response with looking. Journal of Genetic 
Psychology, 113:167-76. 

Conceptions of learning with implications for 
styles of teaching young children. Pro- 
ceedings of the conference of the Tri- 
University Project, Sept. 1967, ed. by 
P. Olson, F. Rice. Univ. Nebraska, Lin- 
coln, Dept. English. 

The impact and limitations of the giant of 
developmental psychology. In Studies in 
cognitive development : essays in honor of 
Jean Piaget. ed. by D. Elkind and J. H. 
Flavell. Oxford Univ. Press, pp. 3-66. 

On fostering the development of intellectual 
competence. In Montessori for the dis- 
advantaged: an application of Montessori 
educational principles to the rvar on poverty, 
ed. by R. C. Orem, G. P. Putnam, N.Y., 
pp. 54-64. 1967. 

Toward the prevention of incompetence. In 
Research contributions from psychology to 
conceptions of community mental health, 
ed. by J. W. Carter. Monograph of the 
Journal of Ptiblic Health. 

JAKOBOVITS, LEON A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Implications of recent psycholinguistic de- 
velopments for the teaching of a second lan- 
guage. Language Learning, 18:89-109. 
Dimensionality of compound-coordinate bi- 

lingualism. Ibid., 5:29-49. 
Effects of mere exposure: a comment. Journal 
of Personalitv and Social Psychology Mono- 
graph Supplement, 9:30-32. 
With W. E. Lambert 

A note on the measurement of semantic 
satiation. Journal of Verbal Learning and 
Verbal Behavior, d: 954-57. 

KAESS, DALE W., Instructor 
Articles 

With M. W. Weir 

Response technique as a factor in determining 
children's preference for complexity. Psy- 
chonomic Science, 11, 10:367-68. 

McGRATH, JOSEPH E., Professor 

Articles 

With J. R. Hackman, L. E. Jones 

A set of dimensions for describing the general 
properties of group generated written pas- 
sages. Psychological Bulletin, (5:379-90. 
1967. 
A multifacet approach to classification of in- 
dividual, group and organization concepts. 
In People, groups, and organisations, ed. by 
Indik & Berrien, Teachers College Press, 
Teachers College Columbia Univ., pp. 191- 
215. 

MAIER, STEVEN F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. Gleitman 

Proactive interference in rats. Psvchonomic 
Science, 7:25-26. 1967. 



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With T. A. Alla-djay, H. Gleitman 

Proactive inhibition in rats after prior partial 
reversal: A critique of the spontaneous 
recovery hypothesis. Psychonatnic Science, 
9:63-64. 1967. 
With M. E. P. Seligman 

Failure to escape traumatic shock. Journal of 
experimental Psychology. 74:1-9. 1967. 
With M. E. P. Seligman, J. Geer 

The alleviation of learned helplessness in the 
dog. Journal of abnormal Psychology, 73: 
256-62. 

MENGES, ROBERT J., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

How children learn, by John Holt. The 
Record, 69, 8:800-05. 

MONTAGUE, WILLIAM E., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With W. A. Hillix 

Inter-trial interval and proactive interference 

in short-term motor memory. Canadian 

Journal of Psychology, 22:73-78. 
With H. 0. Kiess 

The associability of CVC pairs. Journal of 

Experimental Psyclwlogy Monograph, 78, 

No. 2, Part 2. 

MOSS, C. SCOTT, Professor 

Articles 

With S. Kratochvil, Z. Pluzek 

Polish clinical psychology. The Clinical Psy- 
chologist, 22, 2:81-84. 
Reviews 
With S. Kratochvil 

Pavlovian conception of hypnotic dreams in 
Dreams in normal sleep and in hypnosis, 
ed. by I. E. Volpert. Contemporary Psy- 
chology, 13. 4:212-13. 
Induced Dreams, by P. Sacerdote. Ibid., 9: 
466-67. 

MOWRER, O. HOBART, Research Professor 
Articles 

Loss and recovery of community — a guide 
to the theory and practice of integrity 
therapy. In Innovations to grmtp therapy, 
ed. by G. M. Gazda. Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., pp. 130-89. 

New evidence concerning the nature of psycho- 
pathology. In Studies in psychotherapy and 
behavior change, ed. by Marvin J. Feldman. 
Univ. Buffalo Press, Univ. N.Y. at Buffalo, 
pp. 111-93. 

A resume of basic principles of learning. In 
Learning theory and stuttering, ed. by 
Hugo H. Gregory, Northwestern Univ. 
Press, Evanston, 111., pp. 3-20. 

Stuttering as simultaneous admission and 
denial: or What is the stutterer "saying"? 
Ibid., pp. 67-71. 

Communication, conscience, and the uncon- 
scious. Journal Commun. Disorders, 1 : 
109-35. 

Existentialism and integrity therapy. Psy- 
chologia, 10:109-17. 

NEALEY, STANLEY M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With F. E. Fiedler 

The leadership functions of middle managers. 
Psychological Bulletin, 70:313-29. 
With M. R. Blood 

Leadership performance of nursing super- 



visors at two organizational levels. Journal 
of Applied Psychology, 52:414-22. 

O'BRIEN, GORDON E., Visiting Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With D. Ilgen 

Effects of organizational structure, leadership 
style, and member compatibility upon small 
group creativity. Proceedings, American 
Psychological Association, pp. 555-56. 
The measurement of cooperation. Organiza- 
tional beliavior and human performance, 3: 
427-39. 

OSGOOD, CHARLES E., Professor 

Articles 

Toward a wedding of insufficiencies. In 
Verbal behavior and general behavior 
theory, ed. by T. R. Dixon, D. L. Horton, 
Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., pp. 
496-519. 1967. 

Reviews 

International relations as a behavioral sci- 
ence: three samplers. International be- 
havior: a social-psychological analysis, ed. 
by H. C. Kelman; Human behavior and 
international politics: contributions from the 
social-psychological sciences, ed. by J. D. 
Singer; Psychology and international re- 
lations, ed. by Gerald Sperrazzo. Contem- 
porary Psychology, 13, 9:437-40. 

PAUL, GORDON L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Two-year follow-up of systematic desensitiza- 
tion in therapy groups. Journal of Ab- 
normal Psyclwlogy, 75:119-30. 

PETERSON, DONALD R., Professor 
Books 

The Clinical Study of Social Behavior. Apple- 
ton-Century-Crofts, N.Y., 254 pp. 

PETERSON, ROBERT F., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Imitation: A basic behavioral mechanism. In 
Operant Procedures in remedial speech and 
language training, ed. by H. N. Sloane and 
B. MacAulay, Houghton-Mifflin Co., Bos- 
ton, pp. 61-74. 

With Linda Peterson 

The use of positive reinforcement in the con- 
trol of self destructive behavior in a re- 
tarded bov. Journal of Experimental Child 
Psychology, 6:351-60. 

With S. W. Bijou, Marian Ault 

A method to integrate descriptive and experi- 
mental field studies at the level of data and 
empirical concepts. Journal of Applied Be- 
havior Analysis, i:175-91. 

With Peggy Coyne. Linda Peterson 

The development of spoon feeding behaviors 
in a blind child. International Journal for 
the Education of the Blind, XVIII. 4: 
108-12. 
Some experiments on the organization of a 
class of imitative behaviors. Journal of 
Applied Behavior Analysis, i:22S-35. 

RAPPAPORT, JULIAN, Assistant Professor 
With M. Zax, E. L. Cowen, D. R. Beach, 
J. D. Laird 
Follow-up study of children identified early as 
emotionally disturbed. Journal of Consult- 
ing and Clinical Psychology, 32:369-74. 



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RENNER, K. EDWARD, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Temporal integration: amount of reward and 
the relative utility of immediate and de- 
layed outcomes. Journal of Comparative and 
Physiological Psychology, (55:182-86. 

SCHENCK, E. ALLEN, Visiting Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With J. C. Naylor, A. L. Dudycha 

An empirical comparison of Pa and Pm as 
indices of rater policy agreement. Educa- 
tional and Psychological Measurement, 27 : 
7-20. 1967. 
With J. C. Naylor 

A cautionary note concerning the use of re- 
gression analysis for capturing the strate- 
gies of people. Educational and Psycholog- 
ical Measurement, 28:3-7. 

The influence of cue redundancy upon the 
human inference process for tasks of vary- 
ing degrees of predictability. Organisa- 
tional Behavior and Human Performance, 
3-A7-61. 

SCOTT, G. KEITH, Research Assistant 
Professor 
See Children's Research Center. 

SPRAGUE, ROBERT L., Director of Children's 
Research Center and Associate Professor 
See Children's Research Center. 

STEINER, IVAN D., Professor 

Articles 

Reactions to adverse and favorable evaluations 
of one's self. Journal of Personality, 36 : 
553-63. 
Responses to inconsistency. In Theories of 
cognitive consistency: a sourcebook, ed. by 
R. P. Abelson, E. Aronson, Wm. J. Mc- 
Guire, T. M. Newcomb, M. J. Rosenberg, 
and P. H. Tannenbaum, Rand McNally 
and Co., Chicago, pp. 641-47. 

With H. Johnson 

The effects of source on responses to negative 
information about one's self. Journal of 
Social Psychology, 74:215-24. 

With D. Kauffmann 

Some variables affecting the use of conformity 
as an ingratiation technique. Journal of 
experimental and social Psychology, 4:400- 
14. 

With R. H. Lowe 

Some effects of the reversibility and con- 
sequences of decisions on post-decision in- 
formation preferences. Journal of Person- 
ality and Social Psychology, 8:172-79. 

STEINER, THEODORE E., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With J . G. Greeno 

Comments on "Markovian processes with 

identifiable states: General considerations 

and applications to all or none learning." 

Psychometrika, 33:169-72. 

TATSUOKA, MAURICE, Professor 
See Education. 

TRIANDIS, HARRY C, Professor of Psychol- 
ogy and of Labor and Industrial Relations 

Articles 

Attitude measurement. In Research methods 
in Hbrarianship : measurement and evalua- 



tion, ed. by H. Goldhor, School of Library 
Science, Univ. 111., Urbana, pp. 119-31. 

Sortie cross-cultural studies of cognitive con 
sistency. In Theories of cognitive consis 
tency: a source book, ed. by R. P. Abelson 
E. Aronson, Wm. J. McGuire, T. M 
Newcomb, M. J. Rosenberg, and P. H 
Tannenbaum, Rand McNally and Co., Chi- 
cago, pp. 723-30. 
With W. Loh 

Role perceptions in Peru. International Jour- 
nal of Psychology, i:17S-82. 
With E. J. Posavac 

Personality characteristics, race and grades as 
determinants of interpersonal attitudes. 
Journal of Social Psychology, 76:227-42. 
With V . Vassiliou, M. Najsiakou 

Three cross-cultural studies of subjective cul- 
ture. Journal of Personality and Social 
Psychology, Monograph Sttpplement, 8, 4: 
1-42. 
Reviews 

Personality in culture, by J. J. Honigman. 
Contemporary Psychology, ii:646-48. 

TUCKER, LED YARD R., Professor 
Articles 

Comments on "Confounding of sources of 
variation in factor-analytic techniques." 

Psychological Bulletin, 70:345-54. 
With P. H. Schonemann 

A maximum likelihood solution for the method 
of successive intervals allowing for un- 
equal stimulus dispersions. Psychometrika, 
i2:403-17. 1967. 

ULLMANN, LEONARD P., Professor 
Articles 

Some implications of current research. In 
Operant procedures in remedial speech and 
language training, ed. by H. M. Sloane, Jr. 
and B. D. MacAulay. Houghton-Mifflin 
Co., Boston, pp. 424-30. 
A sample of operant studies. Journal of 

Special Education, 2:319-21. 
Can we reason together? The Clinical Psy- 
chologist, 22, 1:57-58. 
Comment on Mill's: Prophecy fails again. 
Nezvsletter, Corresponding Committee of 
Fifty, 5, 3:7. 
With M. E. Bowen, D. J. Greenberg, 
E. C. Macpherson, others 
The effect on rapport of experimenters' 
approach and avoidance responses to posi- 
tive and negative self-references. Behaviour 
Research and Therapy, (5:355-62. 
Reviews 

Behavior therapy techniques, by J. Wolpe and 
A. A. Lazarus. Psychotherapy: Theory, 
Research, and Practice, 5:61. 
Group treatment of autistic children, by H. S. 
Coffey and L. L. Wiener. Child Develop- 
ment Abstracts and Bibliography, 42:6%. 



WAGMAN, MORTON, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The relationship of types of daydream be- 
havior to selected MMPI scales. Psychiatry, 
31. 1:84-89. 
University achievement and daydreaming be- 
havior. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 

15, 2:196-98. 

Perceived similarities in occupational value 
structure. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 

16, 4:275-81. 



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WEIR, MORTON W., Professor and Acting 

Head of Department 
Articles 

Children's behavior in probabilistic tasks. 
Young Children, XXIII, 2:90-105. 1967. 

Memory and problem solving: A failure to 
replicate. Journal of Experimental Psy- 
choloyy. 75:166-68. 
With J. C. DeFries, J. P. Hegmann 

Differential effects of prenatal maternal stress 
on offspring behavior in mice as a function 
of genotype and stress. Journal of compara- 
tive & physiological Psychology, (5i: 332-34. 
1967. 
With R. S. Helgoe 

Vocalization during discrimination: Effects of 
a mixture of two types of verbalization 
patterns. Journal of verbal learning and 
verbal Behavior, 7:842-44. 
With D. W. Kaess 

Response technique as a factor in determining 
children's performance for complexity. Psy- 
chonomic Science, 11:367-68. 

WIGGINS, JERRY S., Professor 
Articles 

Personality structure. In Annual review of 
psychology, ed. by Farnsworth, Annual Re- 
views, Inc., Palo Alto, i9:293-350. 
With Nancy Wiggins, Judith C. Conger 

Correlates of heterosexual somatic preference. 
Journal of Personality and Social Psychol- 
ogy, 10:82-90. 
With F. D. Payne 

The effects of rule relaxation and system 
combination on classification rates in two 
MMPI "cookbook" systems. Journal of 
Consulting Clinical Psychology, 32:734-36. 

WIGGINS, NANCY, Research Asst. Professor 
— Institute of Communications Research 
and Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Articles 

With P. J. Hoffman 

Three models of clinical judgment. Journal of 

abnormal Psychology, 73:7Q-77. 
Dimensions of profile judgments as a function 
of instructions, cue-consistency, and in- 
dividual differences. Multivariate Behavioral 
Research, 3:3-20. 
With J . S. Wiggins, Judith C. Conger 

Correlates of heterosexual somatic preference. 
Journal of Personality and Social Psychol- 
ogy, 10:82-90. 

YOUNG, PAUL T., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Physiological drives. In International ency- 
clopedia of the social sciences, ed. by. D. L. 
Sills, The Macmillan Co. and Free Press, 
N.Y., ^:27S-80. 

Emotion. Ibid., 5:35-41. 

Evaluation and preference in behavioral de- 
velopment. Psychological Review, 75, 3 : 
222-41. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Blood, Milton R. (L. G. Humphreys, Adviser), 
Relationships among workers' backgrounds, 
attitudes, behaviors, and value systems. 

Breitmeyer, Rudolf G. (K. E. Renner, Ad- 
viser), An incentive motivation approach to 
partial reinforcement. 

Campbell, Priscilla A. (L. P. Ullmann, Ad- 
viser), The effects of role playing and verbal 
conditioning in humor preference. 



Carlson, Arthur R. (H. Triandis, Adviser), 
The relationship between a behavioral inten- 
tion, attitude toward the behavior, and norma- 
tive beliefs about the behavior. 

Chemers, Martin M. (F. E. Fiedler, Adviser), 
The effects of cultural training on situational 
favorableness and leader behavior in cul- 
turally heterogeneous groups. 

Conger, Anthony J. (L. R. Tucker, Adviser), 
Dimensional analysis of binary data: an 
appraisal of the MMPI. 

Conger, Judith C. (L. P. Ullmann, Adviser), 
The modification of therapist behavior by 
client use of social reinforcement. 

Doctor, Ronald M. (L. P. Ullmann, Adviser), 
Bias effects and awareness in studies of verbal 
conditioning. 

Hamilton, David L. (I. D. Steiner, Adviser), 
A multivariate analysis of personological 
differences in response to unfavorable evalua- 
tions of one's self. 

Hoffmann, Edward L. (L. R. Tucker, Adviser), 
The effect of instructions to be "accurate" on 
responses to the MMPI. 

Hostetter, Roy C. (L. O'Kelly, Adviser), 
Genetic analysis of water regulation in the 
rat: population parameter and initial results 
of selective breeding. 

Hunter, Marilyn G. (L. O'Kelly, Adviser), 
The effect of four cholinergic agents on water 
intake in a water rewarded operant. 

Kaplan, Kalman J. (M. E. Fishbein, Adviser), 
The effects of initial attitude and initial num- 
ber of beliefs on subsequent attitude change: 
an exploration into the underlying cognitive 
dynamics. 

Keeley, Stuart M. (C. W. Eriksen, Adviser), 
Visual detection as a function of attentional 
demand and perceptual system error. 

Kenny, John W. (L. P. Ullmann, Adviser), 
Performance in the prisoner's dilemma game 
as a measure of trust in schizophrenics and 
normals. 

Killian, Larry R. (D. R. Peterson, Adviser), 
Effects of training and motivation on chronic- 
schizophrenic abstraction. 

Koopman, Raymond F., Jr. (L. R. Tucker, Ad- 
viser), Fitting a multidimensional component 
model to binary data. 

McKaughan, Larry S. (D. E. Dulany, Adviser), 
Awareness and prepositional control in chil- 
dren. 

Murray, Harry G. (G. R. Grice, Adviser), 
Effects of stimulus intensity and method of 
stimulus presentation upon simple reaction 
time: evaluation of a decision-theory model. 

Paletz, Merrill D. (W. C. Becker, Adviser), 
Prior reinforcement history as an explanation 
for the effects of sex of i"-sex of E in social 
reinforcement paradigms. 

Rosen, Ellen F. (L. O'Kelly, Adviser), Amyg- 
daloid complex and medial hypothalamic nu- 
cleus functioning in the regulation of food. 

Scott, Marcia S. (G. R. Grice, Adviser), 
Dimensional effects in the relational learning 
of retarded children. 

Seitz, Victoria R. (M. W. Weir, Adviser), The 
measurement of dimensional dominance and 
its role in a concept-shift learning task. 

Spencer, Terry J. (C. W. Eriksen, Adviser), 
Some effects of different masking stimuli on 
iconic storage. 

Stockwell, Charles W. (H. W. Ades, Adviser), 
Patterns of hair cell damage in the guinea 
pig after intense auditory stimulation. 

Trimble, Ralph W. (W. C. Becker, Adviser), 



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Vicious circle behavior in humans as a func- 
tion of discrimination and aversiveness. 
Wollersheim, Janet P. (G. L. Paul, Adviser), 
The effectiveness of learning theory-based 
group therapy in the treatment of overweight 
women. 



PUBLIC INFORMATION 

FLYNN, CHARLES E., University Director of 
Public Information and Professor of 
Journalism 

Articles 

Regulating cameras — propriety should pre- 
vail over coverage. In Techniques, 3, 4: 
14-16. 
The public relations function and legislative 
affairs. In Public higher education and the 
state legislature: changing relationships. 
Selected papers from a national workshop 
on state legislative relations, Ofc. Inst. 
Res., Natl. Assn. State Univ. and Land- 
Grant Coll., Wash., D.C., pp. 71-73. 



RADIO AND TELEVISION 

SKORNIA, HARRY J., Professor 
Books 

Television and the news. Pacific Books, Palo 

Alto, Calif., 232 pp. 
Books Edited 
IVith J. W. Kitson 

Problems and controversies in television and 

radio. Ibid., 503 pp. 
Articles 

National jukebox or educational resource? 

In Sight, sound, and society, ed. by White 

and Averson. Beacon Press, Boston, pp. 

271-84. 
Ratings and mass values. In The mass media, 

ed. by A. Fontenilles and J. Marty. 

Dunod, Paris, pp. 120-25. 
America's image: U.S. tv and films abroad. 

The Eleusis of Chi Omega, 70. 4:732-41. 
Recalling the lessons of history. Educ. /In- 
struct. Broadcasting, 1, 5:29-31. 
Television, radio and other new media in 

education. 1968 IEEE Intnl. Conf. Comm. 

Conf. Record, pp. 854-58. 
Reviews 

Radio and television broadcasting on the 

European continent, by Burton Paulu. 

Educ. Broadcasting Rev., 2, 2:53-55. 
The farther vision: educational television 

today, ed. by Allen E. Koenig and Ruane 

B. Hill. Educ./Instrtic. Broadcasting, 1, 2: 

46-47. 
The farther vision: educational television 

today, ed. by Allen E. Koenig and Ruane 

B. Hill. English J., 57, 9:915-16. 
The student journalist and broadcasting, by 

John Rider. Journ. Qt., 45, 3:576. 



RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

BANNON, JOSEPH J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Winning votes. ///. Parks, February, pp. 

186-87. 
The community school. Rec. and Parks, Natl. 

Rec. and Park Assn., January, pp. 26-28. 
Glencoe attitude and interest survey. ///. 

Park and Rec, Spring, pp. 8-9. 
Recreation — its value and contribution. In 



Kansas recreation and park annual, pp. 
12-13. 
Cultural arts and the community. In New 
Jersey recreation and park annual, p. 9. 

ELLIS, MICHAEL J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

IVith R. A. Schmidt, M. G. Wade 

Proprioception variables as determinants of 
lapsed time estimation. Ergonomics, 11: 
577-83. 
IVith M. G. Wade 

Intertrial response strategy in learning time 
estimation. Psychonomic Sci., 11:203. 

FRYE, M. VIRGINIA, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Crisis — challenge — change in personnel re- 
cruitment for therapeutic recreation. Thera- 
peutic Rec. J., 2, 4:4-8. 

GARRET, MAXWELL R., Associate Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

A study of current recreation internship and 
field training programs at selected educa- 
tional institutions and public agencies. 
Univ. 111., Urbana, 51 pp. 

PETERS, MARTHA L., Instructor 
Articles 

A survey of recreation services for the ill or 
disabled in Illinois. ///. Park and Rec. 
Qt., Spring, p. 8. 
Music and the exceptional child. Thera- 
peutic Rec. J., 2, 3:3. 

REGNIER, EARL H., Professor of Recreation 
and Park Administration and of Rural 
Recreation 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With W. N. Thompson, others 
AID-university rural development contracts 
and U.S. universities. Dept. State Agency 
Intnl. Devel., Wash., D.C., 192 pp. 
AID-university rural development contracts, 
1951-1966. Univ. 111. CIC-AID Rural Devel. 
Res. Project, Urbana, 95 pp. 



RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND AREA STUDIES 

SHIMKIN, EDITH M., Associate, Russian 
and East European Center 

Articles 

Translated: Radiocarbon dates from Soviet 
laboratories, 1 January 1962-1 January, 
1966. Commission for the study of the 
quaternary period, Acad. Sci., USSR. 
Comments by D. B. Shimkin. Radiocarbon, 
10, 2:417-67. 



SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES 

BRISTOL, EVELYN C, Associate Professor 

Reviews 

Mayakovsky, trans, and ed. by Herbert Mar- 
shall; The symbolic system of Majakovskij, 
by Lawrence Leo Stahlberger. Slavic Rev., 
27, 1:164-65. 

GLADNEY, FRANK Y., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Some rules for nasals in Polish. In Studies 
presented to Prof. Roman Jakobson by his 
students, ed. by C. Gribble, Slavica Pub., 
Cambridge, Mass., pp. 112-20. 



URBANA 125 



Reviews 

Beginning Polish, I, by A. M. Schenker. 
SEEJ, 12, 2:222-27. 

HILL, STEVEN P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Russia (its film view of world war I). Film 

Soc. Rev., 4, 3:34-41. 
Russian film terminolosy. SEEJ, 12, 2:199- 

205. 
(Translation and annotation:) A mosaic of 
Soviet writings on the film. Film Com- 
ment, 5, 1:21-48. 
Reviews 

Russian social science reader, by E. L. 
Johnson, R. E. F. Smith. SEEJ, 12, 2: 
236-38. 
Some recent Polish films. Film Soc. Rev., 3, 
6:18-22. 

KLEIN, KURT A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Russian in 111. high schools. ///. /. Educ, 

59, 3:45-50. 
Reviews 

Laut- und formenbestand der niederdeutschen 

^lundart des altaigebietes, by Hugo Jedig. 

J.E.G.P., 67, 2:334-35. 
The expression of the passive voice, by W. 

Harrison. Agreement of the verb predicate 

with a collective subject, by J. Mullen. 

SEEJ, 12, Z:i7\-72. 
Slovesnoe udarenie v sovremennom russkom 

jazyke, by N. P. Takovenko. Ibid., 4: 

492-93. 

PACHMUSS, TEMIRA, Professor 
Articles 

A literary quarrel: Zinaida Hippius versus 
Tatjana Manukhina. Yrbk. of the Estonian 
Learned Soc. in Amer., (1964-67), ■^:63-83. 

Z. N. Hippius: Posledny Krug. La Renais- 
sance (Paris, 1968), 198:7-51; 199:7-47. 

Z. Hippius: Dnevnik 1933 goda. The New 
Rev. (N.Y., 1968), 92:206-18. 

Zinaida Hippius: Epokha Mira Iskusstva. La 
Renaissance (Pans, 1968), 20i: 66-73. 
Reviews 

Russian folk lit.: Skazki, liricheskie pesni 
byliny, istoricheskie pesni, dukhovnye 
stikhi, ed by D. P. Costello and I. P. 
Foote. Can. Slav. Studies, 2, 1:143. 

Soviet Russian literature: writers arid prob- 
lems, 1917-1967, by Marc Slonim. Ibid., 2, 
1:144. 

Tolstoy and the novel, by John Bayley. 
SEEJ, 12, 2:253-54. 

Westeuropa und Russland im Weltbild Alex- 
ander Bloks, by Rolf-Dieter Kluge. Slav- 
istische beitrage, 27), SEEJ, 12, 3:354-55. 

The notebooks for "The idiot," ed. and intro- 
duced by Edward Wasiolek, trans, by 
Katherine Strelsky. Comp. Lit. Studies, 
Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, 5, 4:506-8. 

THOMSON, R. DAVID B., Visiting Associate 

Professor 
Reviews 

Alexander Blok. A study in rhythm and 

metre, by Robin Kemball. SEER, 46, 106: 

229-35. 
Sergej Esenin: A biographical sketch, by 

Frances de Graaff. Ibid. 
Marina Cvetaeva: Her life and art, by 

Simon Karlinsky. Ibid. 
The Serapion brothers: Theory and practice, 

by Hongor Oulanoff. Ibid. 



Maxim Gorky the writer: An interpretation, 

by F. M. Borras. Ibid., 107:SQ6-U. 
The symbolic system of Mayakovsky, by 

Lawrence L. Stahlberger. Ibid. 
Pasternak's lyric: A study of sound and 

imagery, by Dale L. Plank. Ibid. 
Dnevnik moikh vstrech by Yuriy Annenkov. 

Ibid. 
Serebryanyy golub', Peterburg, Kotik letayev, 

by Audrey Belyy. TLS, March, p. 292. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 
Bilokur, Borys (Z. Folejewski, Adviser), Lexical 
elements of Tjutcev's poetry. 



SMALL HOMES COUNCIL-BUILDING 
RESEARCH COUNCIL 

BROTHERSON, DONALD E., Research 
Associate Professor of Architecture 

Articles 

Comparative heating performance — • insulated 
scaool vs. non-insulated school. Proc. 23rd 
Ann. Short Course in Resident. Constr., 
Univ. 111. Small Homes Coun. -Building 
Res. Coun., Urbana, pp. 99-103. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Comparative heating performance — insulated 
school vs. non-insulated school. Univ. 111. 
Small Homes Coun. -Building Res. Coun., 
Urbana, Res. Rpt. 68-2, 33 pp. 

JONES, RUDARD A., Director and Research 

Professor of Architecture 
Articles 

The 7/4 house — new designs. Proc. 23rd 
Ann. Short Course in Resident. Constr., 
Univ. III. Small Homes Coun. -Building 
Res. Coun., Urbana, pp. 14-20. 

Principles of low-cost construction. Ibid., 
pp. 34-39. 

Small Homes Council-Building Research 
Council, what it is — what it does. Proc. 
First Conf. Amer. Assn. Housing Educa- 
tors, pp. 53-59. 1967. 

Composite of cost-saving construction tech- 
niques. Proc. Economy Housing Seminar, 
367:26-29. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With D. H. Percival, R. J. Pero 

Roof frames for 7/4 house designs. Univ. 
111. Small Homes Coun.-Building Res. 
Coun., Urbana, Instr. Sheet #15. 

KAPPLE, WILLIAM H., Research Associate 

Professor of Architecture 
Articles 

The 7/4 house — what is it? Proc. 23rd 

Ann. Short Course in Resident. Constr., 

Univ. 111. Small Homes Coun.-Building 

Res. Coun., Urbana, pp. 6-13. 

PERCIVAL, DONALD H., Research Associate 

Professor of Wood Technology 
Articles 

The 7/4 house — structure and construction. 
Proc. 23rd Ann. Short Course in Resident. 
Constr.. Univ. 111. Small Homes Coun.- 
Building Res. Coun., Urbana, pp. 21-25. 

Wood framing for light commercial buildings. 
Ibid., pp. 94-98. 

The potentialities of pressure-treated wood 
foundations in residential construction. 
Proc, Amer. Wood Preservers Assn., 64: 
39-44. 



126 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With R. A. Jones, R. J. Pero 
Roof frames for 7/4 house designs. Univ. 

111. Small Homes Coun.-Building Res. 

Coun., Urbana, Instr. Sheet #15. 



SOCIAL WORK 

COSTIN, LELA B., Associate Professor 

Books Edited 

Proceedings of the centennial conference on 
the regulation of child-care facilities. Univ. 
111., The Jane Addams Graduate School of 
Social Work, Champaign-Urbana, 103 pp. 

Articles 

The regulation of child-care facilities. In 
Proceedings of the centennial conference 
on the regulation of child-care facilities, 
pp. 1-18. 
Hard questions. Commentary on "Licensing 
for child care: a preventive welfare ser- 
vice," by Norris E. Class. Children, 15, 
6:248. 

HALE, MARK P., Professor 
Reviews 

The social welfare forum 1967: official pro- 
ceedings, 94th annual forum, national con- 
ference on social welfare. Social Casework, 
49, 7:428. 

LATHROPE, DONALD E., Professor 

Articles 

Comprehensive planning for social work ser- 
vices. In Army social work: collected 
papers of the advanced seminar on the 
American family in the army community, 
Fitzsimmons General Hospital, Denver, 
Colo., 1967, pp. 1-15. 

TABER, MERLIN, Professor 
Articles 

IVith H. Mark 

A typology of organizational data. Sociologi- 
cal Focus, 1, 2:21-31. 



SOCIOLOGY 

BORDUA, DAVID J., Professor 
Articles 

Comments on police-community relations. 



Connecticut Law Revie 



2:306-31. 



DENZIN, NORMAN K., Assistant Professor 
Books Edited 

With S. P. Spitser 

The mental patient: studies in the sociology 
of deviance. McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 
486 pp. 
Articles 

The self-fulfilling prophecy and patient-thera- 
pist interaction. In The mental patient: 
studies in the sociology of deviance, ed. by 
Spitzer and Denzin, McGraw-Hill Book 
Co., N.Y., pp. 334-43. 
On the ethics of disguised observation. Soc. 

Problems, 15, 4:502-4. 
Incomplete professionalization: the case of 

pharmacy. Soc. Forces, 46, 3:375-81. 
Collective behavior in total institutions: the 
case of the mental hospital and the prison. 
Soc. Problems. 15, 3:353-65. 
With S. P. Spit::er 

Paths to the mental hospital and staff pre- 



dictions of patient role behavior. In The 
mental patient: studies in the sociology of 
deviance, ed. by Spitzer and Denzin, 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 334-43. 

FARBER, BERNARD, Professor 
Books 

Comparative kinship systems. John Wiley 

and Sons, N.Y., 147 pp. 
Mental retardation: its social context and 
social consequences. Houghton Mifflin Co., 
Boston, 287 pp. 

FLIEGEL, FREDERICK C, Professor 
See Agricultural Economics. 

JACOBS, NORMAN G., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Ajia shokaku ni okeru kindaika to rodoundo 
(Modernization in various Asian countries 
and the labor movement). In Japanese, 
Kokusai Koryu, No. 86, Japanese Institute 
of Labor, Tokyo, 25 pp. 

JOHNSON, HARRY M., Professor 

Articles 

Ideology and the social system. In Inter- 
national encyclopedia of the social sciences. 
The Macmillan Company and The Free 
Press, N.Y., pp. 76-85. 

KARSH, BERNARD, Professor 

See Labor and Industrial Relations. 

LUSCHEN, GUNTHER, Associate Professor 
See Physical Education for Men. 

MARK, HAROLD, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. A. Taber 

A typology of organizational data. Sociologi- 
cal Focus, 1, 2:21-31. 

SIMON, RITA J., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Books Edited 

The sociology of law. Chandler Pub. Co., 
San Francisco, 688 pp. 
Articles 

Use of the semantic differential in research 

on the jury. Journalism Qt., 45, 4:670-76. 

What is important in sociology — 1968. 

Sociological Qt.. 9, 3:405-9. 
Class, status, and savings of Negroes. Amer. 
Sociologist, 3, 3:218-20. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Political violence directed at public office 
holders: a brief analysis of the American 
scene. Prepared for the National Commis- 
sion on the Causes and Prevention of 
Violence. 
Reviews 

The apathetic majority, by Glock, Selznick, 

Spaeth. Amcr. J. of Soc, 73, 5:646-48. 
Criminal justice, by Abraham S. Blumberg. 
Amer. Soc. Rev., 33, 6:994-95. 

SOLAUN, MAURICIO, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Socialization and compromise through vio- 
lence: a Latin American modality of socio- 
political change. Razon y Fdbula (Bogota), 
No. 10, pp. 61-76. 



URBANA 127 



SOUTHWOOD, KENXETH E., Instructor 
Articles 

A note on systemic frustration. /. of Conflict 
Resolution, 12, 3:393-95. 

SUDMAX, SEYMOUR, Associate Professor 
See Survey Research Laboratory. 

SUMMERS, GEXE F., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. Allen 

Communicative abilities among teacher train- 
ees. Contemporary Educ, Indiana State 
Univ., Terre Haute, 40, 1:43-48. 

TIEX, H. Y., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Birth control in mainland China: ideology 
and politics. In Population and society, 
ed. by Charles X^am, Houghton Mifflin Co., 
Boston, pp. 677-87. 
The intermediate variables, social structure 
and fertility change: a critique. Demog- 
raphy, 5, 1:137-58. 

VUCIXICH, ALEXANDER, Professor 
Articles 

Science and morality: a soviet dilemma. 

Science, 159, pp. 1208-12. 
Science. In Prospects for Soviet society, ed. 
by Allen Kassof, Frederick A. Praeger, 
X.Y., pp. 318-54. 
Reviews 

Women in the soviet economy, by N. T. 
Dodge. The J. of Developing Areas, 2, 
2:287-88. 
A naturalist in Russia, ed. by C. Umess. 
The Slavic Reviezu, 27, 2:360-61. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Cole, Robert E. (B. Karsh, Adviser), Japanese 
blue collar workers: a participant observa- 
tion study. 

Dhindsa, Ragwinder K. (J. R. Gusfield, Ad- 
viser), Changing status of women in rural 
India. 

Oestereicher, Emil (J. R. Gusfield, Adviser), 
Consciousness and social action: toward a 
structural-dialectical conceptualization of 
action and thought. 



SPANISH, ITALIAN, AND PORTUGUESE 

BLAYLOCK, WILLIAM C, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Latin L — , — LL — in the Hispanic dialects: 
retroflexion and lenition. RPh, 21, 4:392- 
409. 
Reviews 

Lengua y cultura, bv Gerhard Rolfs. HR, 
36, 3:270-71. 

COWES, HUGO W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Dimension dramatica en un texto h'rico de 

Antonio Machado. La Nacion (13 de 

marzo). 
Indicaciones sobre la estructura de Luces de 

Bohemia, de Valle-Inclan. Rason y Fdbula, 

10:35-50. 

FORSTER, MERLIX H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Three versions of a poem by Jaime Torres 
Bodet. Romance Notes, 10, 1:32-6. 



Reviews 

Manuel Gutierrez Xajera: Vida y 9bra, by 
Carlos Gomez del Prado. Symposium, 22: 
83-85. 

KAHAXE, HEXRY R., Professor 
Books 

IVith Renee T. Kahane, Lucille Bremner 
Glossario degli antichi portolani italiani. 
Olschki, Florence, 133 pp. 
Articles 
With Renee T. Kahane 

Graeco- Romance etymologies (II). Rom. 

Philol., 21:502-10. 
Risk. In Festschrift Ernst Gamillscheg, Fink 
Verlag, Munich, pp. 275-83. 
With Renee T. Kahane. Angelina R. Pietrangeli 
On the sources of Chretien's grail story. In 
Festschrift Walther von Wartburg. Nie- 
meyer Verlag, Tiibingen, pp. 191-233. 

LEAL. LUIS, Professor 
Books 

Panorama de la literatura mexicana actual. 
Pan American Union, Washington, D.C., 
203 pp. 
With J. H. Silverman 

Teacher's manual for Sigh Veinte. Holt, 
Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., 106 pp. 
Books Edited 
With J. H. Silverman 

Siglo Veinte. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 
X.Y., 429 pp. 
Articles 

Dario en Mexico. In Estudios sobre Ruben 
Dario, ed. by Ernesto Mejia Sanchez, 
Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico, 
D.F., pp. 118-24. 
Interpretaciones de la literatura rnexicana. 
In Humanitas, ed. by Universidad de 
Xuevo Leon, Monterrey, Mexico, pp. 
259-73. 
Aspects of the Mexican novel: From Lizard 

to Elizondo. AQ, 24, 1:53-64. 
Ruben Dario, novelista. Et Caetera. Guada^ 

lajara, Mexico. 2a. epoca, 3, 11:51-62. 
El Album Mexicano. BBSCHP, 2a. epoca, 

14, 393:12-16. 
Myth and social realism in Miguel Angel 
Austurias. CLS, 5, 3:237-47. 
Reviews 

Obras. by Xavier Villaurrutia. IRB, 18, 3: 
323-26. 

LOTT, ROBERT E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Sobre el metodo narrative y el estilo en las 
novelas de Azorin. Cuadernos Hispano- 
americanos, 76, 226-227:192-219. 
Reviews 

Historia de la critica espafiola contemporanea, 

by E. de Zuleta. Hispania, 51, 2:365. 
Unamuno: an existential view of self and 
societv, by Paul Hie. Books Abroad, 42, 
2:283-84. 
Analisis de los Estados Unidos, by Julian 
Marias. Ibid.. 4:560-61. 

MEEHAX, THOMAS C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Ernesto Sabato's sexual metaphysica: Theme 
and form in El tunel. MEN, 83, 2:226-52. 
Reviews 

All green shall perish. And other novellas 



128 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



and stories, by Eduardo Mallea. Novel: 
A Forum on Fiction, 1, 2:198-200. 



MONTANO, ROCCO, Professor 
Articles 

The intellectuals and the war: The viewpoint 
of a European intellectual. Umanesimo, 1, 
5:2-13. 1967. 

L'ultima sylva del Poliziano: La piii bella, 
piu tragica lirica del Rinascimento. Ibid., 
pp. 14-20. 

Idea del Rinascimento: L'umanesimo come 
antiscienza e antifilosofia — Pietro Pom- 
ponazzi. Ibid., pp. 42-61. 

Notes on culture and moral life: Individual- 
ism, Communism, Catholicism. Ibid., pp. 
62-69. 

Notes and comments. Ibid., pp. 78-83. 

From Montaigne to the Tempest. Umanesuno, 
1, 6:9-36. 1967. 

The Negro problem today and the intellec- 
tuals. Ibid., pp. 55-64. 

Note di cultura e di vita morale. Ibid., pp. 
65-73. 

Notes and comments. Ibid., pp. 74-80. 

PIETRANGELI, ANGELINA R., Professor 
Articles 

With Henry R. and Rcnee T. Kahanc 

On the sources of Chretien's grail story. In 
Festschrift Walther von Wartburg, Nie- 
meyer Verlag, Tubingen, pp. 191-233. 

PORQUERAS-MAYO, ALBERTO, Professor 
Books 

El prologo en el manierismo y barroco es- 
paiioles. Consejo Superior de Investi- 
gaciones Cientificas, Madrid, 299 pp. 
Articles 

Noticia de rarezas bibliograficas cervantinas. 

Rev. de Literatura, 31, 61-62:38-55. 
Nuevas aportaciones al topos no haber nacido 
en la literatura espanola. Segisniundo, 3, 
1-2:63-73. 
Reviews 

La mano de Dios pasa por este perro, by A. 
Serrano Plaja. RHM, 33, 3-4:349-50. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Birkemoe, Diane S. (L. Leal, Adviser), Con- 
temporary women novelists of Argentina 
(1945-1967). 

Cypess, Sandra M. (L. Leal, Adviser), The 
dead narrator in modern Latin American 
prose fiction: a study in point of view. 

Lewis, Marcia S. (W. H. Shoemaker, Adviser), 
The modernismo of Jacinto Benavente. 

Penuel, Arnold M. (W. H. Shoemaker, Ad- 
viser), Charity in the novels of Galdos. 

Sullivan, Constance A. (W. H. Shoemaker, 
Adviser), Narrative irony in the prose fiction 
of Ramon Perez de Ayala. 



BATEMAN, JOHN J., Professor 
See Classics. 

BROOKS, ROBERT D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With T. M. Scheidel 

Speech as process: a case study. SM, 35, 
1:1-7. 



BURNS, KENNETH, Associate Professor 
Articles 

The declamatory events. ///. Speech J., 22: 
23-25. 

CRONEN, VERNON E., Instructor 
Articles 

Comparative advantage: a classification. Cen- 
tral States Speech J., 19, 4:243-49. 

DANILOFF, RAY G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With K. L. Moll 

Coarticulation of lip rounding. J. Speech 
Hearing Res., 11:707-21. 
With W. R. Zcinlin, T. H. Shriner 

The difficulty of listening to time-compressed 

speech. Ibid., ii:87S-81. 
Intelligibility of vowels altered in duration 
and frequency. /. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 44: 
700-707. 

DIETER, OTTO A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. C. Kurth 

The De Rhetorica of Aurelius Augustine. 
SM, 35, 1:90-108. 

INCE, ROBERT L., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With E. R. Davis 

The status of secondary speech education in 
Illinois: a survey. Ofc. Supt. Pub. In- 
struction, State of 111., Springfield, 99 pp. 
Articles 

The status of secondary school speech educa- 
tion in Illinois. ///. Speech J., 22:31-35. 

MUELLER, HENRY L., Professor 
Reviews 

World of laughter: the motion picture 
comedy short, 1910-1930, by Kalton C. 
Lahue. /. Aesthet. Educ, 2, 1:139. 

MURPHY, RICHARD, Professor 
Reviews 

The politics of honor: a biography of Adlai 
E. Stevenson, by Kenneth S. Davis; 
Adlai Stevenson — a study in values, by 
Herbert J. Muller. QJS, 54:178-79. 
A bibliography of Joseph Priestley, 1733- 
1804, by Ronald E. Crook. QJS, 54: 
417-19. 

NASCA. FRANCIS L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The role of speech pathology in communica- 
tion disorders in children. III. Speech 
Hearing Assn. J., 2, 1:6-9. 

Preliminary postulations for the education of 
hard of hearing children within the public 
school systems of the United States. In 
Proceeding of the institute on aural re- 
habilitation, Univ. Denver, Colorado, pp. 
90-93. 

NICHOLS, MARIE H., Professor 

Books Edited 

Abstracts Speech Association of America 54th 
annual meeting. Stipes Pub. Co., Cham- 
paign, 111., Ill pp. 

SANDERS. LOIS J., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Instrumentation for measurement of lingual 
strength. /. Speech Hearing Res., 11, 1: 
189-93. 



URBAN A 129 



SCHEIDEL, THOMAS M., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With R. D. Brooks 

Speech as process: a case study. SM, 35, 
1:1-7. 

SHRINER, THOMAS H., Assistant Professor 
See Children's Research Center. 

SILVERMAN, FRANKLIN H., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Intraclass correlation coefficient as an index 
of reliability of median scale values for 
sets of stimuli rated by equal-appearing 
intervals. Percept. Mot. Skills. 26, 3:878. 

An approach to determining the nurnber of 
judges needed for scaling experiments. 
Ibid., 27. 4:1333-34. 
With D. Sherman 

Three psychological scaling methods applied 
to language development. /. Speech Hear- 
ing Res., 11, 4:837-41. 
With D. E. Williatns 

Loci of disfluences in the speech of nonstut- 
terers during oral reading. Ibid., 2:444-46. 

A note concerning articulation of school-age 
stutterers. Percept. Mot. Skills, 27, 3: 
713-14. 
With D. E. Williams. J. A. Kools 

Disfluency behavior of elementary school 
stutterers and nonstutterers: the adaptation 
effect. /. Speech Hearing Res., 11, 3: 
662-30. 

STARK, EARL W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Beskesy audiometry. Maico Audiological Li- 
brary Series, Volume 6, Report S. 
Beskesy audiometry with children. Ibid., 6, 
Report 8. 

UROFF. MARGARET D., Assistant Professor 
Books 

Becoming a city. Harcourt, Brace & World, 
Inc., N.Y., 154 pp. 

WALLACE, KARL R., Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Goals, concepts, and the teacher of speech. 
The Speech Teacher, 17, 2:91-100. 

ZEMLIN, WILLARD R., Associate Professor 
Books 

Speech-hearing science — anatomy and physi- 
ology. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 
N.J., S88 pp. 
Articles 
With R. Daniloff, T. Shriner 

The difficulty of listening to time-compressed 

speech. /. Speech Hearing Res., iJ:875-81. 

Intelligibility of vowels altered in duration 

and frequency. /. Acoiist. Soc. Amer., 44: 

700-7. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Benson. Richard L. (C. H. Shattuck, Adviser), 

Jarrett and Palmer's 1875 production of 

Julius Caesar: a reconstruction. 
Cockerham, Louis W. (R. Murphy, Adviser), 

Alexander Bain's philosophy of rhetoric. 
Engle, Ronald G. (B. W. Hewitt, Adviser), 

Franz Lang and the Jesuit stage. 



Fischer, Raymond L. (M. H. Nichols, Adviser), 
The rhetorical principles of Robert Green 
Ingersoll. 

Hill, Leslie B. (J. W. Wenzel, K. R. Wallace, 
Advisers), Charles Evans Hughes and United 
States adherence to an international court: 
a rhetorical analysis. 

Martin-Trigona, Helen V. (H. L. Mueller, 
K. R. Wallace, Advisers), Logical proof and 
imaginative reason in selected speeches of 
Francis Bacon. 

Miller, Tice L. (B. W. Hewitt, Adviser), The 
theatre criticism of John Ranken Towse. 

Otis, John F., Jr. (C. H. Shattuck, Adviser), 
The Barrymore Hamlet 1922-1925. 

Roman, Lisbeth J. (C. H. Shattuck, Adviser), 
The acting style and career of Junius Brutus 
Booth. 

Watermeier, Daniel J. (C. H. Shattuck, Ad- 
viser). A critical edition of selected letters 
from Edwin Booth to William Winter. 

WooUey, Dale E. (W. R. Zemlin, J. j. O'Neill, 
Advisers), Degrees of difference as predictors 
of perceptual confusions among phonemes in 
English. 

Workman, John P. (B. W. Hewitt, Adviser), 
George C. Tyler star revivals, 1924 to 1928. 



STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICE 

SCHROEDER, PEARL, Clinical Counselor 
with rank of Associate Professor 

Articles 

With Eunice Dowse 

Selection, function, and assessment of resi- 
dence hall counselors. Personnel and Guid- 
ance J., 47, 2:151-56. 



SURVEY RESEARCH LABORATORY 

FERBER, ROBERT, Professor 

Books 

With W. Wilson 

Education in the health fields for State of 
Illinois (Vol. 2). State Board of Higher 
Educ, Springfield, 111., 110 pp. 
Books Edited 
With D. M. Slate 

Proceedings of the Paul D. Converse awards 
symposium: systems research and applica- 
tions for marketing. Bur. Econ. and Bus. 
Res., Urbana, 111., (55:132 pp. 
Articles 

Recent trends in marketing research. In 
Research methods in librarianship : mea- 
surement and evaluation. 111. Grad. School 
of Lib. Sci., Univ. 111., Urbana, pp. 33-39. 
How not do research. /. Mktg. Res., 5: 104. 
The role of the university in business re- 
search. Biis. Horizons, April, pp. 17-22. 

HAUCK, MATHEW, Research Associate 
Reviews 

The dynamics of interviewing, by Kahn and 

Cannell. Viewpoints, 9, 2:7 . 
Interviewing: its forms and functions, by 
Richardson, Dorenwend, Klein. View- 
points, 9, 3:6. 

SUDMAN, SEYMOUR, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With B. Frisbie 

The use of computers in coding free respon- 
ses. Public Opin. Qt., 32, 2:216-32. 



130 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



WILSON, WALLACE, Assistant Professor 

Books 

With R. Ferber 

Education in the health fields for State of 

Illinois (Vol. 2). State Board of Higher 

Educ, Springfield, 111., 110 pp. 



THEATRE 

HEWITT, BARNARD, Professor 
Articles 

The stage. In American civilisation: an in- 
troduction, ed. by A. N. J. den Hollander 
and Sigmund Skard, Longmans, London, 
pp. 347-60. 

RICHARDSON. GENEVIEVE, Associate 

Professor 
Reviews 

Costume in the theatre, by James Laver. 

Speech Teacher, 18, 3:257. 



THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

BIANCHINI, ALBERT C, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With C. E. Kesler, J. L. Lott 

Cracking of reinforced concrete under ex- 
ternal load. In Causes, mechanism, and 
control of cracking in concrete, ACISP-20, 
pp. 73-8S. 

BORESI, ARTHUR P., Professor 
Articles 

With R. E. Miller 

Analyses of circular bars and tapered twisted 
bars. In Proc. 10th Midwestern Mech. 
Conf., 1968, pp. 601-14. 
With H. L. Langhaar, R. E. Miller 

Buckling of a cooling tower. In Proc_. 
Canadian Cong. Applied Mech., Laval Uni- 
versity, Quebec, J: 130-31. 

CARLSON, DONALD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With H. J. Pctroski 

Controllable states of rigid heat conductors. 

ZAMP. 19, 2:372-76. 
Controllable states of elastic heat conductors. 
Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal., 31, 3:127-50. 
Reviews 

Modern developments in the mechanics of 
continua, ed. by Salamon Eskinazi. /. 
Astro. Sci., 15, 1:40. 

CLARK. MARLYN E., Professor 
Articles 

With W. A. Himwich 

Model studies of the Circle of Willis: pres- 
sure and flow changes. In Progress in 
brain research, cerebral circulation, ed. by 
W. Luyendijk, Elsevier Pub. Co., Amster- 
dam, i(?: 135-43. 

With W. A. Himwich, J. D. Martin 

A comparative examination of cerebral cir- 
culation models. /. Neurosurg., 29, pp. 
484-94. 

With J. C. F. Chow 

Theoretical and experimental analysis of 
wave propagation in an initially stretched 
viscous-fluid filled viscoelastic tube. In 
Proc. 6th Intnl. Cong, on Acoustics, Tokyo, 
pp. 279-82. 



With G. F. Ayala, J. Denmles 

Impedance analyses of model and prototype 
arterial systems for abnormality effects. In 
Proc. 21st Ann. Conf. in Med. and Biology, 
Houston, pp. 23.4. 

COSTELLO, GEORGE A., Professor 

Articles 

An error evaluation of an approximate solu- 
tion of the integral equation of Fredholm. 
In Proc. 10th Midwestern Mech. Conf., 
pp. 139-45. 

Reviews 

Numerical methods for creep and rupture 
analysis. By J. B. Conway. Materials 
Research and Standards, March, p. 46. 

DOLAN, THOMAS J., Professor 
Articles 

Properties of structural materials. Section 4, 



Handbook for electrical engi 
Fink & Carroll, McGraw-Hi 
N.Y., pp. 4-438 to 4-572. 



s, ed. by 
Book Co., 



KESLER, CLYDE E., Professor 
Articles 

A door to fit the key. Proc. Am. Concrete 

Inst., 65, pp. 353-56. 
Concrete — Year 2000. (In Japanese.) /. 
Japan National Council on Concrete, 6, 
6:1-12. 
With A. C. Bianchini, J. L. Lott 

Cracking of reinforced concrete under ex- 
ternal load. ACI SP-20, Causes, mecha- 
nism, and control of cracking in concrete, 
pp. 73-85. 
With A. Atlas, C. P. Siess 

Control of cracking in slabs reinforced with 
welded wire fabric. Ibid., pp. 205-9. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With H. Rejali 

Effect of rust on bond of welded wire fabric. 
Tech. Bull. 265, Am. Road Build. Assn., 
12 pp. 
With E. M. Wallo 

Prediction of creep in structural concrete. 
Univ. III. Eng. Exp. Sta. Bull. 498, 65 pp. 
With J. P. Lloyd, J. L. Lott 

Fatigue of concrete. Ibid., Bull. 499, 25 pp. 

LANGHAAR, HENRY L., Professor 
Articles 

With T. G. Carley 

Transverse shearing stress in rectangular 
plates. /. Etig. Mech. Div., Proc. ASCE, 
5795, EM 1, pp. 137-51. 

MILLER, ROBERT E., Professor 
Articles 

With A. P. Boresi 

Analyses of circular bars and tapered twisted 
bars. In Proc. 10th Midwestern Mech. 
Conf., 1968, pp. 601-14. 
With H. L. Langhaar, A. P. Boresi 

Buckling of a cooling tower. In Proc. 
Canadian Cong. Applied Mech., Vol. 1, 
Laval University, Quebec, pp. 130-31. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES M., Professor 
Articles 

Discussion: boundary-layer displacement thick- 
ness on flat plates. /. Hydr. Div. Proc. 
ASCE, 94, HY3: 768-71. 
Discussion: the turbulent waks of a body 
of revolution. 7. Basic Engr. Tr. ASME, 
90Z?: 637-38. 



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Discussion: a suction scheme applied to flow 
through sudden enlargement. Ibid., p. 552. 
With J. D. Martin, T. E. Burkhart 

Turbulent flow in rough pipes. / & EC- 
Fundamentals, 7:253-65. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

1968 Cavitation Forum. Am. Soc. Mech. 
Engrs., N.Y., 26 pp. 

STIPPES, MARVIN C, Professor 
Articles 

A representation theorem for biharmonic 
functions. /. Math. Anal, and Appl, 22, 
3:599-601. 
With S.-K. Chan 

The initial value problem in classical elas- 
ticity. /. Franklin Inst., 285, 1:64-68. 
With L. B. Freund 

Initial shear stresses in the viscoelastic half- 
plane. Devel. in Theor. & Appl. Mech., 
i:485-93. 1967. 
With J. Dundurs 

Behavior of an edge dislocation in presence 
of a surface layer. Devel. in Mechanics, 
Johnson Pub. Co., 4:559-69. 
With R. Weeks, J. Dundurs 

Exact analysis of an edge dislocation near 
a surface layer. Intnl. J. Eng. Sci., 6: 
365-72. 

TAYLOR, CHARLES E., Professor 
Articles 

With R. E. Rowlands, I. M. Daniel 

Ultrahigh-speed framing photography employ- 
ing a multiply-pulsed ruby laser and a 
"smear-type" camera: applications to dy- 
namic photoelasticity. In High speed pho- 
tography. Proceedings of the 8th Intnl. 
Cong, on High-Speed Photography, Stock- 
holm, June 1968. Almquist & Wiksell, 
Stockholm, pp. 275-80. 

WORLEY, WILL J., Professor 
Articles 

With H.-c. Wang 

An approach to optimum shape determina- 
tion for a class of thin shells of revolution. 
/. Applied Mech., 35, Series E, 3, Septem- 
ber 1968, 524-29. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Callahan, Joseph P. (C. E. Kesler, Adviser), 
Effect of stress on freeze-thaw durability of 
concrete bridge decks. 

Corbin, Patrick L. (H. L. Langhaar, Adviser), 
Stresses in composite axisymmetric shells by 
the finite-difference method. 

Eraser, Harvey R., Jr. (R. E. Miller, Adviser), 
Bifurcation type buckling of generally ortho- 
tropic plates. 

Frederking, Robert M. (O. M. Sidebottom, 
Adviser) , An experimental and analytical 
investigation into plasticity of anisotropic 
metals. 

Gain, Brian R. (G. M. Sinclair, Adviser), 
Parameter representation of dynamic equilib- 
rium in creep and fatigue. 

Gallagher, Joseph P. (G. M. Sinclair, R, E. 
Miller, Advisers), Environmentally assisted 
fatigue crack growth rates in SAR 4340 
steel. 

Lehnhoff, Terry F. (R. E. Miller, Adviser), 
The influence of transverse shear on the 
small displacement theory of circular plates. 

Lilienthal, Paul A. (O. M. Sidebottom, Ad- 
viser), An analysis of the torsion problem 



with application to the determination of re- 
sponse functions for polyethylene. 

Parry, Myron G. (H. L. Langhaar, Adviser), 
Post-buckling behavior of thin annular plates 
under torsional loading. 

Petroski, Henry J. (D. E. Carlson, Adviser), 
Controllable states of elastic heat conductors. 

Sandor, Bela I. (J. D. Morrow, Adviser), 
Metal fatigue with elevated temperature rest 
periods. 

Schlafer, John L. (O. M. Sidebottom, Adviser), 
An experimental study of the incremental and 
total strain theories for non-proportionately 
loaded thin-walled cylinders. 

Smith, Frederick A., Jr. (J. O. Smith, Ad- 
viser), Energy-method analysis of effect of 
transverse bending load on a box-beam 
bracket with ends restrained from warping. 

Vigneron, Frank R. (A. P. Boresi, Adviser), 
Configuration instability and despin of 
crossed-dipole satellites due to the earth's 
gravity field. 

Weeks, Richard W., II (M. C. Stippes, Ad- 
viser) , An exact analysis of the interaction 
between edge dislocations and a finite surface 
layer. 

Yuan, Robert L. (C. E. Kesler, Adviser), 
Effect of temperature on the drying of con- 
crete. 



UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 

ADELMAN, WILLIAM J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Has this been the election of 1876. Rebirth, 

3, 1:3-4. 

ANDERSON, WENDELL G., Associate 

Professor 
Books Edited 

Positive prescriptions, proceedings of the 5th 
annual junior high school workshop. North- 
ern 111. Univ., DeKalb, 126 pp. 
Direction of the junior high school in a new 
era. Interstate Printers and Pubs., Dan- 
ville, 111., 80 pp. 

ECKERT, WILLFORD J., Director of 

Firemanship Training 
Articles 

Audience sees diagrams made by lecturer 150 
miles away. Fire Engineering Magazine, 
122, 1:38. 

FARLOW, HELEN S., Editor of Information 
Services 

Books 

History, The Universitv of Illinois Division 
of University Extension, 1933-1968: a 
progress report. The Division of Univer- 
sity Extension, Champaign, 111., 90 pp. 

Books Edited 

State universities in Illinois: a counseling 
handbook for students, parents, teachers, 
and counselors. Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, 
115 pp. 

HUFFMAN, WARREN J., Professor 
See Health and Safety Education. 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Young audiences ensembles from five cam- 
puses. Statewide Campus, Feb., p. 2. 



132 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Here's an idea: "live musical ensembles will 
perforin for Illinois students." ///. Educ, 
56:398. 

Young audiences ensembles from five cam- 
puses. Instrumentalist, 23, 1:28, 30. 

JOHNSON, WALTER M., Professor 
Articles 

Arts and crafts workshop. In Leisure hotirs : 
fact or fallacy. Div. Univ. Ext., Cham- 
paign, 111., pp. 41-48. 
Reviews 

Islamic art and architecture, by Ernest 
Kuhnel. Natl. Art Educ, Assn. J., 21, 
5:32. 

KLEBERG, JOHN R., Instructor 
Articles 

Police traffic accident investigation and high- 
way safety. Military Police /., 17, 9:14-16. 
Training for Illinois sheriffs. The Natl. 
Sheriff. 20, 5:12-13, 22-23. 

McLaughlin, john b., instructor 

Articles 

The rumor and the police department. Law 
and Order, 16, 5:64-65. 

O'CONNOR, JOHN A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Electronics facilitate music education. State- 
wide Campus, Apr., pp. 4-5. 

PICKARD, J. RONALD, Professor 
See Veterinary Medicine. 

SLAYMAN, HERMAN H., Associate 
Professor 



First sessions for the guitar class (student's 
book). Canyon Press, Cincinnati, O., 84 pp. 

First sessions for the guitar class (teachers' 
manual). Ibid., 180 pp. 

WISNIEWSKI, THOMAS J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Can strong education be improved by string 

teachers? Lyons Music News, 16:4. 



URBAN PLANNING 

GOODMAN, WILLIAM I., Professor 

Books 

With E. C. Freund 

Principles and practice of urban planning. 
Intnl. City Managers' Assn., Wash., D.C., 
621 pp. 
Articles 

Commentary in problems of zoning and land- 
use regulations. U.S. Natl. Comm. on 
Urban Problems, Supt. Documents, Wash., 
D.C., pp. 77-78. 
Who should rule in the fringe? In Rural- 
urban Fringe Conference Proceedings, 
Dept. Agr. Econ., Univ. 111., Urbana, 
pp. 6-9. 
701: what's wrong; what's right? Bureau of 
Community Planning, Univ. III., Urbana, 
Newsletter, 8, 4:1-4. 

HEIFETZ, ROBERT J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Residential segregation and the schools. 
Urban Reviciv, 2, 4:30-34. 



VETERINARY MEDICINE 

ANDERSON, JOHN J. B., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Effect of time on distribution of injected 
radiostrontium in the young pig. Health 
Phys. 15, 3:237-41. 
With C. L. Comar 

Strontium retention as a function of age 
in the dog. Radiat. Res. 24, 1:153-69. 
Reviews 

Radiosotopes and ionizing radiation in ento- 

mologoly, Vol. Ill, Anonymous. BioScience 

18, 4:343. 

Animal function: principles and adaptations, 

by G. S. Malcolm, G. A. Bartholomew, 

A. D. Grinnel, G. B. Torgensen and F. N. 
White. I.A.V.M.A., 153, 10:1340. 

BARRIGA, OMAR O., Research Associate 

Articles 

Resistencia de las _ aves a la triquinosis. 
I. Estudios preliminares sobre le fase intes- 
tinal. Bol. Chile. Parasite., 25:33-37. 

BEAMER, PAUL D., Professor 
Articles 

With D. H. Ferris, M. Abou-Youssef, 
L. Badiali 
A note on experimental rabies in the donkev. 
Cornell Vet., 58:27Q-77. 

BECKER, H. NEIL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With I. R. Richard, G. W. Meyerholz, 
M. E. Mansfield 
Gastrointestinal parasitism in feeder calves of 
southern Illinois. Am. I. Vet. Res., 29, 
7:1479-82. 

BLUMSOM, NIGEL L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With I. Baddiley, L. J. Douglas 

The biosynthesis of the wall teichoic acid in 

Staphylococcus lactis. Biochem. J., 110: 

565-71. 
With A. R. Archibald, T. Baddiley 

The teichoic acids. In Avances in ency- 

mology, ed. by F. F. Nord, Interscience, 

Pubs., 30:223-53. 

BRODIE, BRUCE O., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Control of bovine trichomoniasis. Mod. Vet. 
Pract., 49, 6:63-65. 
With R. D. Hatch, J. C. Thurmon, 

B. G. Erwin 

A clinical survey of retained fetal mem- 
branes and metritis in dairy cows. Vet. 
Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 63, 6:607-10. 
With L. E. Hanson 

Leptospira hardjo infections in cattle. Proc. 
71st Ann. Meet. U.S. Livestock San. 
Assn., pp. 210-15. 

CASE, MARVIN T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With L. C. Helper, C. D. Knecht, E. Small 
Four cases of canine intestinal carcinoma. 
Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 63:40-47. 
With J. Simon 

Transmission studies of swine lymphosar- 
coma: Hematologic and pathologic changes 



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in pigs inoculated with whole cell suspen- 
sions. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29:263-69. 
With D. F. Disque, J. A. Youngren 

Feline infectious peritonitis. J.A.V.M.A., 
i52:372-7S. 

CONROY, JAMES D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Epidermal cysts and sarcoptic mange. In 
Current thcrapv III, small animal practice, 
ed. bv Kirk, W. B. Saunders Co., Philadel- 
phia, pp. 263 and 305. 

!Melanocystic tumors of domestic animals 
with special reference to dogs. Ani. Hosp., 
4:2-11. 

Alopecias of dogs and cats. Ibid., pp. 200- 
209. 
Reviews 

Atlas of canine and feline dermatoses, by 
R. M. Schwartzman and F. Krai. 
J.A.V.M.A., 152:1165. 

DISQUE, DONALD F., Instructor 

Articles 

With M. T. Case, J. A. Youngren 

Feline infectious peritonitis. J.A.V.M.A., 
152:372-75. 

DORNER, JOSEPH L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A hematologic study of babesiosis of the dog. 

Am. J. Vet. Clin. Path., 1:67-75. 
With R. E. Olsen, L. J. Weber 

Quizzes as teaching aids. /. Med. Ediic, 

43:941-42. 

DOWNEY. H. FRED, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. S. Kirk 

Coronary lymph: specific activities in inter- 
stitial fluid during uptake of "K. Am. J. 
Physiol., 215, 5:1177-82. 

ERWIN, BENNIE G., Instructor 

Articles 

With R. D. Hatch, B. O. Brodie, 
J. C. Thurmon 
A clinical survey of retained fetal mem- 
branes and metritis in dairy cows. Vet. 
Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 63, 6:607-10. 

FERRIS, DEAM H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. Badiali, M. Abou-Youssef, 
P. D. Beamer 

A note on experimental rabies in the donkev. 
Cornell Vet.. 55:270-77. 
With J. R. Reilly. L. E. Hanson 

Experimental demonstration of the enteric 
route of infection with Leptospira grippo- 
tvphosa in wild carnivores. Am. J. Vet. 
Res., 29. 9:1849-54. 
With R. Todorovic, M. Ristic 

Soluble antigens of Plasmodium galtinaceum. 
Trans. Row Soc. Trap. Med. Hyg., 62: 
51-57. 

A tube latex agglutination test for the diag- 
nosis of malaria. Ibid., pp. 58-68. 

Roles of the spleen in acute plasmodial and 
babesial infections in rats. Exp. Parasitol., 
21:354-72. 

Antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. I. Bio- 
physical and biochemical characterization 
of explasmodial antigens. Am. J. Trop. 
Med. Hyg., 17:685-94. 

Antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. II. Im- 



munoserologic characterization of explas- 
modial antigens and their antibodies. Ibid., 
pp. 695-701. 

Factors associated with immunization of mice 
with soluble serum antigens of Plasmodium 
gallinaceum. Z. fiir Tropenmed. und Para- 
sitol., i9: 110-21. 

Erythrocytic stages of Plasmodium gallina- 
ceum. Veterindr Medisinische Nachrichten, 
2:109-23. 

Significance and application of babesial and 
plasmodial ectoantigens to comparative 
medicine. J.A.V.M.A., 153:1888-96. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Using the carrel for autotutorial instruction. 
Civ. Eng. Press, Urbana, 11 pp. 

A study guide to the visceral larva migrans 
autotutorial single concept film series. Civ. 
Eng. Press, Urbana, 12 pp. 

FITZGERALD. PAUL R., Professor 
Articles 

Effects of ionizine radiation from cobalt-60 

on oocysts of Eimeria bovis. J. Parasit., 

54, 2:233-40. 

GARNER, HAROLD E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. C. Thurmon, F. E. Romack 

Excursions of the bovine eyeball during gas- 
eous anesthesia. Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 
63, 10:967-70. 
Biopsy: surgical method for obtaining large 
samples of liver, kidney and muscle from 
cattle. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29, 12:2407-9. 
With J. C. Thurmon 

Repair of bilateral fracture of the maxilla, 
dremaxilla and mandible in a horse. 
J.A.V.M.A., 152, 9:1402-6. 

HANNAH. HAROLD W., Professor 

Books 

With N. G. P. Krausz 

Law and court decisions on agriculture. 
Stipes Pub. Co., Champaign, 465 pp. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Illinois fence law. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. 
Ext. Sen: Circ. 977, 14 pp. 
With N. G. P. Krausz 

Law for the Illinois farmer. Univ. III. Coll. 

Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 986, 92 pp. 
Condemnation: the public taking of Illinois 
farm land. Univ. III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. 
Scrv. Circ. 974, 16 pp. 

HANSON, LYLE E., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 
With B. O. Brodie 

Leptospira hardjo infections in cattle. Proc. 

71st Ann. Meet. U.S. Livestock San. Assn., 

pp. 210-15. 
With U. K. Sharma, J. Simon 

Histologic study of tissue reaction in canaries 

and chicken embryos infected with a pox 

a'-fent isolated from parakeets. Avian Dis., 

i2: 594-605. 
With G. T. Woods. R. D. Hatch 

Investigation of four outbreaks of acute 

respiratory disease in swine and isolation 

of swine influenza virus. Health Lab. Sci., 

5, 4:218-24. 
With J. R. Reilly, D. H. Ferris 

Experimental demonstration of the enteric 

route of infection with Leptospira grippo- 



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typhosa in wild carnivores. Am. J. Vet. 
Res., 29, 9:1849-54. 
With G. T. Woods, H. E. Rhoades, 
G. H. Swenson 
Acute infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and 
salmonellosis in a dairy herd. J.A.V.M.A., 
i52: 1530-35. 
With H. A. Reynolds, A. M. Watrach 

Development of the nuclear inclusion bodies 
of infectious laiyngotracheitis. Avian Dis., 
12, 2:Zi2A7. 
With A. M. Watrach, Marian Watrach 

Crystalline aggregates of infectious laryn- 
gotracheitis virus. Virol., 35, 2:321-23. 
With B. R. Donaldson, W. A. Snyder, 
G. T. Woods 
Serology of New Mexico Javelina {Peccari 
angulatus) for evidence of some zoonotic 
infections. Bull. Wildlife Dis. Assn., 4:139. 

HATCH, RAY D., Professor 
Articles 

With R. C. Meyer 

Case study III: Shipping fever in the bo- 
vine. ///. Vet., 11, 2:15-20. 
With B. O. Brodie, J. C. Thtirmon, 
B. G. Erwin 
A clinical survey of retained fetal mem- 
branes and metritis in dairy cows. Vet. 
Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 63, 6:607-10. 
With G. T. Woods, L. E. Hanson 

Investigation of four outbreaks of acute 
respiratory disease in swine and isolation 
of swine influenza virus. Health Lab. Sci., 
5, 4:218-24. 

HELPER, LLOYD C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With M. T. Case, C. D. Knecht, E. Small 
Four cases of canine intestinal carcinoma. 

Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., <5J: 40-47. 
With J. A. Sokolowski, R. W. Medernach 
Exogenous hormone therapy to control the 
estrous cycle of the bitch. J.A.V.M.A., 
i5i:425-28. 

HEMBROUGH, FREDERICK B., Instructor 
Articles 

With R. P. Link 

Capacitance change in the arterial system of 
swine induced by starvation and refeeding. 

Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med. 128: 
1055-61. 

HUBER, T. L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Effect of ration on liver oxidation of racemic 
lactate and of thiamine on blood lactate 
clearance. /. Ani. Sci. 28, 1:98-102. 

HUBER, W. G., Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Report on the ten-year plan survey by the 

College of Veterinary Medicine. ///. Vet., 

2:2-5. 

JACKSON, GARY L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With K. R. Stevens, A. V. Nalbandov 

Activity of crude extracts of rat hypo- 
thalamus in hypophysectomized assay rats. 
Endocrinology, Si: 234-38. 
Gonadotropic activity of stalk median emi- 
nence extracts in hypophysectomized rats. 
Ibid., pp. 225-33. 



KNECHT, CHARLES D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Clinical neurologic examination of the dog. 

Part I. /;/. Vet., 11, 1:2-4. 
Clinical neurologic examination of the dog. 

Part II. Ibid., 2:6-10. 
The honor code. Ibid., 3:5, 20. 
With E. Small 

Clinical neurology. In Canine medicine, ed. 
by Catcott, American Veterinary Publica- 
tions, Inc., Wheaton, Illinois, pp. 474-502. 
With A. G. Schiller, R. S lusher 

Technique for removal of Jonas pins from 
the dog. J.A.V.M.A., 152, 1:51-54. 
WithE. Small, R. Slusher, H. A. Reynolds 
Epiphrenic diverticula of the esophagus in a 
dog. J.A.V.M.A., 152, 3:268-70. 
With M. T. Case, L. C. Helper, E. Small 
Four cases of canine intestinal carcinoma. 
Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., dJ:40-47. 

LEVINE, NORMAN D., Professor 
Books 

Nematode parasites of domestic animals and 
of man. Burgess Pub. Co., Minneapolis, 
Minn., iii + 600 pp. 
Books Edited 

Natural nidality of diseases and questions of 
parasitology. Trans, from Russian by 
F. K. Pious, Jr., Univ. 111. Press, Urbana, 
xii -\- 483 pp. (Original title: Galuzo, I. 
G., et al., eds. Prirodnaya Ochagovost' 
Bolezney i Voprosy Parazitologiy. Izdat. 
Akad. Nauk Kazakh. SSR, Alma-Ata.) 
Articles 

Ecology and host-parasite relationship. In 
Infections blood diseases of man and ani- 
mals, ed. by Weinman and Ristic, Aca- 
demic Press. N.Y., pp. 3-21. 

Parazytologie, jej problemy i perspektywy. 
Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne, Wrocaw, 
Poland, 14:1-17. 

Parasites — wildlife and man. Trans. N. 
Am. Wildlife & Nat. Res. Conf., 33: 
337-48. 
With F. L. Andersen 

Effect of desiccation on survival of the free- 
living stages of Trichostrongvlus colubri- 
formis. J. Parasit., 54:117-2%. 
Reviews 

Research in protozoology (Vol. 2), ed. by 
T.-T. Chen. BioSci., 18:7 Al. 

Diseases of man acquired from his pets, by 
B. Bisseru. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 17: 
906-7. 

Histocompatibility testing 1967, ed. by E. S. 
Curtoni, P. L. Mattiuz and R. M. Tosi. 
BioSci., iS: 1152-53. 

LINK, R. P., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

With J. A. Pickrcll, H. E. Rhoades, Jennifer 
Gossling 
Histidine decarboxylase in strains of Escheri- 
chia coli isolated from normal swine and 
swine with edema disease and enteric dis- 
orders. Am. J. Vet. Res. 29, 7:1397-99. 

With F. B. Hembrough 

Capacitance change in the arterial system of 
swine induced by starvation and refeeding. 
Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med. 12S: 
1055-61. 

LOVELL, JAMES E., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

Fate of semen in the uterus of the sow: 



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histologic study of Endometrium during 27 
hours after natural service. Am. J. Vet. 
Res., 29:609-25. 
With Uria Marinov 

Cytology of the bovine uterine epithelium 
during the estrous cycle. Ibid., pp. 13-30. 

MANSFIELD, MANFORD E., Professor 
Articles 

IVitli J. R. Pickard, G. IV. Meyerholz, 
H. N. Becker 
Gastrointestinal parasitism in feeder calves 
of southern Illinois. Am. J. Vet. Res., 
29, 7:1479-82. 
With G. T. Woods,_ G. Cmarik, 

Marcella Zinzilieta, G. Marquis 
Vaccination of beef calves before vifeaning 
with a live-virus bovine myxovirus parain- 
fluenza-3 vaccine. Ibid., pp. 1349-53. 
With F. C. Hinds, G. Cmarik, J. E. Zimmerman 
Influence of aspiration biopsy of liver on 
cattle gains and liver vitamin A values. /. 
Ani. Sci., 27, 2:505-8. 

MARTIN, RUSSELL J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. J. Held, P. R. Schnurrenberger, 

K. D. Quist, M. M. Gallon 
Prevalence of Salmonella spp. in domestic 

animals and wildlife on selected Illinois 

farms. J.A.V.M.A., 153, 4:442. 
With P. R. Schnurrenberger, F. L. Andersen, 

C. K. Hsu 
Prevalence of Trichinella spiralis in wild 

animals on two Illinois farms. 7. Parasit., 

54:10S. 
With R. M. Younglove, R. M. Terry, 

N. J. Rose, P. R. Schnurrenberger 
An outbreak of histoplasmosis in Illinois asso- 
ciated with starlings. ///. Med. J., 132:259. 

MEYER, RICHARD C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With H. E. Rhoades, S. P. Saxena 
The effect of five Escherichia coli serotypes 
on gnotobiotic swine. Proc. 71st Ann. 
Meet. U. S. Livestock San. Assn., pp. 
345-48. 
With R. D. Hatch 

Case study III: Shipping fever in the bo- 
vine. /;/. Vet., 11, 2:15-20. 
With G. T. Woods, J. Simon 

Experimental exposure of pigs to infectious 
bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus. Canad. 
J. Comp. Med., 32, 3:480-82. 

MEYERHOLZ, GEORGE W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With M. E. Mansfield, J. R. Pickard. 

H. N. Becker 
Gastrointestinal parasitism in feeder calves 

of southern Illinois. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29, 

7:1479-82. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With L. R. Fryman 

The Illinois mastitis control program. Univ. 

III. Coll. Agr. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. 979, 

8 pp. 

MONFORT, THOMAS N., Instructor 
Articles 

A radiographic survey of epiphyseal maturity 

in thoroughbred foals from birth to three 

years of age. ///. Vet., 11, 4:5. 



MYERS, WALTER L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With D. L. Dawe, D. Segre 

Passive transfer of Freund's adjuvant action 
with IgG from adjuvant-treated rabbits. 
Fed. Proc, 27:564. 
With A. El-Zein, D. Segre 

Behavior of equine infectious anemia virus in 
cell culture and development of a diagnos- 
tic test for the disease. /. Infect. Dis., 
ii5:473-80. 

OLSEN, RAYMOND E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. I. Weber, I. L. Dorner 

Quizzes as teaching aids. /. Med. Educ, 43: 
941-42. 

PICKARD, J. RONALD, Professor 

Articles 

With M. E. Mansfield, G. W. Meyerholz, 

H. N. Becker 
Gastrointestinal parasitism in feeder calves 

of southern Illinois. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29, 

7:1479-82. 

PICKRELL, JOHN A., Postdoctoral Fellow 
Articles 

With H. E. Rhoades, Jennifer Gossling, 
R. P. Link 
Histidine decarboxylase in strains of Escheri- 
chia coli isolated from normal swine and 
swine with edema disease and enteric dis- 
orders. Am. T. Vet. Res., 29, 7:1397-99. 

REYNOLDS, HARRY A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With A. M. Watrach, L. E. Hanson 

Development of the nuclear inclusion bodies 
of infectious laryngotracheitis. Avian Dis., 
12, 2:332-47. 
With C. D. Knecht, E. Small, R. Slusher 
Epiphrenic diverticula of the esophagus in a 
dog. J.A.V.M.A., 152, 3:268-70. 

RHOADES, HARRY E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With H. L. Shah 

Nannizzia incurvata, Stockdale isolated from 
soil samples. Trans. III. Acad. Sci., 61: 
91-93. 
With G. T. Woods, L. E. Hanson, 
G. H. Swenson 
Acute infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and 
salmonellosis in a dairy herd. J.A.V.M.A., 
J52: 1530-35. 
With J. A. Pickrell, Jennifer Gossling, 
R. P. Link 
Histidine decarboxylase in strains of Escheri- 
chia coli isolated from normal swine and 
swine with edema disease and enteric dis- 
orders. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29. 7:1397-99. 
With R. C. Meyer, S. P. Saxena 

The effect of five Escherichia coli serotypes 
on gnotobiotic swine. Proc. 71st Ann. Meet, 
v. S. Livestock San. Assn., pp. 345-48. 

RISTIC, MIODRAG, Professor 

Books Edited 

With D. Weinman 

Infectious blood diseases of man and animals. 
Special topics and general characteristics. 
Academic Press, N.Y., 492 pp. 
Infectious blood diseases of man and animals. 
The pathogens, the infections, and the con- 
sequences Ibid.. 576 pp. 



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Articles 

Anaplasmosis. In Infectious blood diseases of 
man and animals. The pathogens, the in- 
fections, and the consequences. Ibid., pp. 
473-542. 
Mechanisms of immunity and prospects for a 
protective vaccine in bovine anaplasmosis. 
///. Vet., 11:7-10. 

With W. F. Schroeder 

Autoimmune response and pathogenesis of 
blood parasite diseases. In Infectious blood 
diseases of man and animals. Special topics 
and general characteristics, ed. by Wein- 
man and Ristic, Academic Press, N.Y., 
pp. 63-77. 
Blood serum factors associated with erythro- 
phagocytosis in calves with anaplasmosis. 
Am. J. Vet. Res., 29:1991-95. 

With A. Zuckerman 

Blood parasite antigens and antibodies. In 
Infectious blood diseases of man and ani- 
mals. Special topics and general character- 
istics, ed. by Weinman and Ristic, Ada- 
demic Press, N.Y., pp. 79-122. 

With J. P. Kreier 

Haemobartonellosis, eperythrozoonosis, gra- 
hamellosis and ehrlichiosis. In Infectious 
blood diseases of man and animals. The 
pathogens, the infections, and the conse- 
quences, ed. by Weinman and Ristic, 
Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 387-472. 

With H. Morris 

Characterization of serum opsonins in ana- 
plasmosis. Proc. 5th Natl. Anaplasmosis 
Conf., Stillwater, Okla., pp. 101-4. 

With E. Caletti, Alys von Lehmden-Maslin 

Serologic detection of a virus of transmissible 
gastroenteritis of swine and determination 
of its nucleic acid type. Am. J. Vet. Res., 
29:1603-11. 
With R. Todorovic, D. H. Ferris 

A tube latex agglutination test for the diag- 
nosis of malaria. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trap. 
Med. Hyg., 62:58-68. 

Roles of the spleen in acute plasmodial and 
babesial infections in rats. Exp. Parasitol., 
2J:354-72. 

Factors associated with immunization of mice 
with soluble serum antigens of Plasmodium 
gallinaceum. Z. fiir Tropenmed. und Para- 
sitol., 19:110-21. 

Antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. I. Bio- 
physical and biochemical characterization 
of explasmodial antigens. Am. I. Trop. 
Med. Hyg., 17:685-94. 

Antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. II. 
Immunoserologic characterization of explas- 
modial antigens and their antibodies. Ibid., 
pp. 695-701. 

Soluble antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. 
Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg., 62: 
51-57. 

Erythrocytic stages of Plasmodium gallina- 
ceum. Veterinar Medizinische Nachrichten, 
2:109-23. 

Significance and application of babesial and 
plasmodial ectoantigens to comparative 
medicine. T.A.V.M.A., 153:1888-96. 
With K. H. Sibinovic, S. Sibinovic, H. W. Cox 

Immunogenic properties of babesial serum 
antigens. /. Parasit., 55:1121-29. 

ROMACK, FRANK E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Effect of Ta and T4 administration on body 
weight gains. Proc. 3rd Midwest Conf. on 



the Thyroid, Univ. Missouri, Columbia, p. 

115. 
With S. P. Arora, E. E. Hatfield, 

U. S. Garrigus, H. Motyka 
Effect of adaptation to dietary nitrate on 

thyroxine secretion rate and growth in 

lambs. /. Ani. Sci., 27, 5:1445-48. 
With J. C. Thurmon, H. E. Garner 

Excursions of the bovine eyeball during 

gaseous anesthesia. Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. 

Clin.. 63, 10:967-70. 
With H. E. Garner, I. C. Thurmon 

Biopsy: surgical method for obtaining large 

samples of liver, kidney and muscle from 

cattle. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29, 12:2407-9. 

ST. CLAIR, LORENZ E., Professor 
Articles 

With E. T. Littledike, R. A. Notsold 

Effects of parathyroidectomy of the pig. Am. 
I. Vet. Res., 29:635-45. 

SCHILLER, ALFRED G., Professor 
Articles 

With C. D. Knccht, R. Slusher 

Technique for removal of Jonas pins from the 
dog. /.^.F.il/.^., i52, 1:51-54. 

SCHNURRENBERGER, PAUL R., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

IVith R. A. Masterson, I. H. Russell 

The zoonoses in Ohio, 1958-1962. Ohio St. 
Med. J., 64, 4:462. 
With L. I. Held, R. I. Martin, K. D. Quist, 
M. M. Galton 
Prevalence of Salmonella spp. in domestic 
animals and wildlife on selected Illinois 
farms. I.A.V.M.A., 153, 4:442. 
With R. M. Younglove. R. M. Terry, 
N. J. Rose, R. I. Martin 
An outbreak of histoplasmosis in Illinois asso- 
ciated with starlings. ///. Med. J., 132: 
259. 
With R. J. Martin, F. L. Andersen, C. K. Hsu 
Prevalence of Trichinella spiralis in wild ani- 
mals on two Illinois farms. /. Parasit., 
54:108. 

SEGRE, DIEGO, Professor 
Articles 

Regulation of antibody formation. In Gam- 
mopathies, infections, cancer and immunity, 
ed. by Chini, Bonomo, and Sirtori, Carlo 
Erba Foundation, Milan, Italy, pp. 6-11. 

Abrogation of immunologic tolerance as a 
model for autoimmunity. In Infectious 
blood diseases of man and animals, ed. by 
Weinman and Ristic, Academic Press, 
N.Y., pp. 37-61. 

Comments on the role of natural antibody in 
immunologic competence. J.A.V.M.A., 152: 
746-50. 
With D. L. Dawe, W. L. Myers 

Passive transfer of Freund's adjuvant action 
with IgG from adjuvant-treated rabbits. 
Fed. Proc, 27:564. 
With Mariangela Segre 

Hemolytic plaque formation by mouse spleen 
cells producing antibodies to ovalbumin. 
Immunochem., 5:206-12. 
With A. El-Zein, W. L. Myers 

Behavior of equine infectious anemia virus 
in cell culture and development of a diag- 
nostic test for the disease. 7. Infect. Dis., 
118:473-80. 



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SEGRE, MARIAXGELA, Research Associate 

Articles 

With D. Segre 

Hemolytic plaque formation by mouse spleen 

cells producing antibodies to ovalbumin. 

Immunochem., 5:206-12. 

SILVERMAN, PAUL H., Professor 
See Zoology. 

SIMON, JOSEPH, Professor 
Articles 

With M. T. Case 

Transmission studies of swine lymphosar- 
coma: Hematologic and pathologic changes 
in pigs inoculated with whole cell sus- 
pensions. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29:263-69. 
With J. F. Van Vleet, B. V. Hall 

Vitamin E deficiency — A sequential light 
and electron microscopic study of skeletal 
muscle degeneration in weanling rabbits. 
Am. J. Path., 52:1067-80. 
With G. T. Woods, R. C. Meyer 

Experimental exposure of pigs to infectious 
bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus. Canad. 
J. Comp. Med.. 52:480-82. 
With U. K. Sharma, L. E. Hanson 

Histologic study of tissue reaction in ca- 
naries and chicken embryos infected with 
a pox agent isolated from parakeets. 
Avian Dis., i2: 594-605. 

SLUSHER, RALPH, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. D. Knecht, A. G. Schiller 

Technique tor removal of Jonas pins from the 
dog. J.A.V.M.A., 152, 1:51-54. 
With C. D. Knecht, E. Small, H. A. Reynolds 
Epiphrenic diverticula of the esophagus in a 
dog. f.A.V.M.A., 152, 3:268-70. 

SMALL, ERWIN, Professor 
Articles 

Urinary incontinence and atony of the blad- 
der. In Kirk's current veterhiary therapy 
III, ed. by Kirk, W. B. Saunders Co., 
Philadelphia, pp. 647-49. 
With C. D. Knecht 

Clinical neurology. In Canine medicine, ed. 
by Catcott, American Veterinary Publica- 
tions, Inc., Wheaton, 111., pp. 474-502. 
With M. T. Case, L. C. Helper, C. D. Knecht 
Four cases of canine intestinal carcinoma. 
Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 63:40-47. 
With C. D. Knecht, R. Slusher, 
H. A. Reynolds 
Epiphrenic diverticula of the esophagus in a 
dog. J.A.V.M.A., 152, 3:268-70. 

THURMON, JOHN C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. E. Roniack, H. E. Garner 

Excursions of the bovine eyeball during 
gaseous anesthesia. Vet. Med./Sm. Ani. 
Clin., 63, 10:967-70. 
With H. E. Garner 

Repair of bilateral fracture of the maxilla, 
dremaxilla and mandible in a horse. 
J.A.V.M.A., 152. 9:1402-6. 
With R. D. Hatch, B. O. Brodie, B. G. Erwin 
A clinical survey of retained fetal mem- 
branes and metritis in dairy cows. Vet. 
Med./Sm. Ani. Clin., 63, 6:607-10. 
With H. E. Garner. F. E. Romack 

Biopsy: surgical method for obtaining large 



samples of liver, kidney and muscle from 
cattle. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29. 12:2407-9. 

TODD, KENNETH S., JR., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

Weights of black-billed magpies from South- 
western Montana. Auk. 55:508-10. 
With D. M. Hammond 

Life cycle and host specificity of Eimeria 
callospermophili Henry, 1932 from the 
Uinta ground squirrel. Spermophihts arma- 
tus. J. Protocool., 15:1-8. 

Life cycle and host specificity of Eimeria 
larimerensis Vetterling, 1964 from the 
Uinta ground squirrel, Spermophihts arma- 
tiis. Ibid., pp. 268-75. 
With D. M. Hammond. L. C. Anderson 

Observations on the life cycle of Eimeria 
bilamellata Henry, 1932 in the Uinta 
ground squirrel, Spermophilus armatus. 
Ibid., pp. 732-40. 
With B. W. O'Gara 

Eimeria montanaensis n. sp. and Eimeria 
ernsti n. sp. (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) from 
the Rocky Mountain goat, Oreamnos ameri- 
canus. Ibid., pp. 808-10. 

TODOROVIC, RADMILO, Research Associate 
Articles 

With M. Ristic, D. H. Ferris 

A tube latex agglutination test for the diag- 
nosis of malaria. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. 
Med. Hyg.. (52:58-68. 

Roles of the spleen in acute plasmodial and 
babesial infections in rats. E.vp. Parasitol., 
2i:354-72. 

Factors associated with immunization of mice 
with soluble serum antigens of Plasmodium 
gallinaceum. Z. fiir Tropcnmed. iind Para- 
sitol., J9: 110-21. 

Antigens of Plasmodium galUnaceum. I. Bio- 
physical and biochemical characterization 
of explasmodial antigens. Am. J. Trop. 
Med. Hyg., i7: 685-94. 

Antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. II. Im- 
munoserologic characterization of explas- 
modial antigens and their antibodies. Ibid.. 
pp. 695-701. 

Soluble antigens of Plasmodium gallinaceum. 
Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg., 62: 
51-57. 

Erythrocytic stages of Plasmodium gallina- 
ceum. Veterindr Medizinische Nachrichten, 
2:109-23. 

Significance and application of babesial and 
plasmodial ectoantigens to comparative 
medicine. J.A.V.M.A., i55: 1888-96. 

TWARDOCK, A. ROBERT, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With T. G. Lohman, W. J. Coffman, 
B. C. Breidenstein, H. W. Norton 
Factors affecting potassium-40 measurement 
in the whole body and body components. 
Proceedings of a "Symposium on Body 
Composition in Animals and Man." Colum- 
bia, Missouri, 1967. National Academy of 
Sciences, pp. 291-316. 

VAVRA, JIRI, Visiting Associate Professor 
Articles 

Ultrastructural features of Caudospora 

simulii Weiser (Protozoa, Microsporidia). 

Folia Parasitologica, 15:1-9. 



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With H. P. Bulnheim 

Infection by the microsporidian Octosporea 
effeminans sp. n., and its sex determining 
influence in the amphipod Gammarus 
duebeni. J. Parasit., 54, 2:241-48. 

Von LEHMDEN-MASLIN, ALYS, Research 

Associate 
Articles 

With E. Caletti, M. Ristic 

Serologic detection of a virus of transmissible 
gastroenteritis of swine and determination 
of its nucleic acid type. Am. J. Vet. Res., 
29:1603-11. 

WATRACH, ADOLF M., Professor 
Articles 

With L. E. Hanson, Marian A. Watrach 

Crystalline aggregates of infectious laryn- 
gotracheitis virus. Virol., 35, 2:321-23. 
With H. A. Reynolds, L. E. Hanson 

Development of the nuclear inclusion bodies 
of infectious laryngotracheitis. Avian Dis., 
12, 2:332-47. 

WATRACH, MARIAN A., Research Associate 
Articles 

With A. M. Watrach, L. E. Hanson 

Crystalline aggregates of infectious laryn- 
gothracheitis virus. Virol., 35, 2:321-23. 

WOODS, GEORGE T., Professor 
Articles 

The natural history of bovine myxovirus 
parainfluenza-3. J.A.V.M.A., 152:771-77. 
With L. E. Hanson, G. H. Swenson, 
H. E. Rhoades 

Acute infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and 
salmonellosis in a dairy herd. J.A.V.M.A., 
J52: 1530-35. 
With R. C. Meyer, J. Simon 

Experimental exposure of pigs to infectious 
bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus. Canad. 
J. Camp. Med., 32, 3:480-82. 
With L. E. Hanson, R. D. Hatch 

Investigation of four outbreaks of acute 
respiratory disease in swine and isolation 
of swine influenza virus. Health Lab. Sci., 
5, 4:218-24. 
With M. E. Mansfield, G. Cmarik, 
Marcella Zinzilieta, G. Marquis 

Vaccination of beef calves before weaning 
with a live-virus bovine myxovirus para- 
influenza-3 vaccine. Am. J. Vet. Res., 29, 
7:1349-53. 
With B. R. Donaldson, W. A. Snyder, 
L. E. Hanson 

Serology of New Mexico Javelina (Peccari 
angulatus) for evidence of some zoonotic 
infections. Bull. Wildlife Dis. Assn., 
4:139. 

YOUNGREN, JAMES A., Veterinarian I 
Articles 

With D. F. Disquc, M. T. Case 

Feline infectious peritonitis. J.A.V.M.A., 
152:372-75. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Case, Marvin T. (J. Simon, Adviser), Effects 

of whole-body irradiation on baby pigs (_Sus 

scrofa) . 
Conroy, James D. (P. D. Beamer, Adviser), 

Melanoblasts and melanocytes in canine fetal 

skin and oral mucosa. 
Dawe, Donald L. (W. L. Myers, Adviser), 



Mechanism of action of Freund's complete 
adjuvant. 

Dorner, Joseph L. (J. Simon, Adviser), Poly- 
morphism of transferrins of bovine, porcine 
and canine sera as determined by means of 
acrylamide gel disc electrophoresis. 

El-Zein, Abdellatif (W. L. Myers, Adviser), 
Behavior of equine infectious anemia virus in 
cell culture and development of a diagnostic 
test for the disease. 

Paganin, Eddo C. (M. Ristic, Adviser), Com- 
parative studies of strains of transmissible 
gastroenteritis virus. 

PedersoH, Waldir M. (R. P. Link, Adviser), 
The relationship between estrogen, biologic 
activity and synthesis of histamine in the rat 
uterus. 

Pickrell, John A. (R. P. Link, Adviser), The 
definition of the biochemical changes asso- 
ciated with the paramount signs of experi- 
mental edema disease in swine. 

Popovic, Neven A. (M. Ristic, Adviser), At- 
tenuated and virulent strains of Anaplasma 
marginale in Dermacentor andersoni: sur- 
vival, development, and transmission studies. 

Rossi, Charles R. (D. Segre, Adviser), A 
modified mixed hemadsorption test and its 
application in the study of the avian leukosis- 
sarcoma viruses. 

Taylor, Paul L. (L. E. Hanson, Adviser), 
Serologic, pathologic and immunologic fea- 
tures of experimental leptospiral nephritis in 
dogs. 

Wang, Guang-Tsan (N. D. Levine, Adviser), 
Effects of microbes and gases on the free- 
living stages of Trichostrongylus colubri- 
fonnis and Haemonchus contortus. 



VICE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

JOHNSON, ELDON L., Vice President 
Articles 

Education: the cutting edge for social 
change. Ediic. Record, 49, 4:359-65. 

The tightening tension: The university's ex- 
ternal relations. In Colleges and univer- 
sities as agents of social change, Univ. 
Calif, and Western Interstate Comm. for 
Higher Educ, Boulder, Colo., pp. 40-54. 

New collegiate options through joint action. 
Lib. Educ, March, pp. 80-87. 



ZOOLOGY 

ALGER, NELDA E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Individually humidified closed plastic cages 
for rearing Anopheline mosquitoes. Mos- 
quito News, 28:121-22. 
In vitro development of Plasmodium berghei 

ookinetes. Nature, 218:774. 
Haemonchus contortus: somatic and metabolic 
antigens of third and fourth larval and 
adult stages. Exp. Parasit., 23:187-97. 
With G. Mesa-Ruiz 

First parasitic ecdysis of Haemonchus contor- 
tus in vitro without stimulation by carbon 
dioxide. Ibid., 22:219-22. 

BANKS, EDWIN M., Professor 

Articles 

With S. F. Fo.v 

Relative aggression of two sympatric rodents: 

A preliminary report. Comm. Behav. Biol., 

2:51-58. 



URBAN A 139 



With J. T. Allin 

Behavioral biology of the collared lemming 

Dicrostonyx grocnlandicus (Traill) : I. 

Agonistic behavior. Ani. Behav., 16:245- 

262. 
Behavioral biology of the collared lemming 

Dicrostonyx grocnlandicus (Traill) : II. 

Sexual behavior. Ibid., pp. 263-70. 

BLEYMAN, LEA K., Research Associate 
Articles 

Selfing in Paramecium aurelia, Snygen 5: 
Persistent instability of mating type ex- 
pression. 7. Exp. Zool., J(55: 139-46. 
With E. M. Simon 

Clonal analysis of nuclear differentiation in 
Tetrahymena. Develop. Biol., 18:217-31. 

BROWN, EDWARD H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Patricia G. Calarco 

Cytological and ultrastructural comparisons 
of t" / t" and normal mouse morulae. 
/. Exp. Zool., 168:169-86. 

DAWSON, PETER S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Xenocide, suicide, and cannibalism in flour 

beetles. Am. Naturalist, 102, 924:97-105. 
Developmental and genetic homeostatis in two 
species of flour beetles. Evolution, 22, 
2:217-27. 
Genetic evidence for an hypothesis concerning 
evolution in Triboliiim. J. Heredity, 59, 
3:188-190. 
A mutant gene maintained at high frequency 
in spite of complete selection against the 
homozygote. Genetics, 59, 4:537-42. 

GHENT, ARTHUR W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Selected problems in biometry. Part 4. The 
concept of randomness. Bios., 39, 1:1-20. 
With B. P. Hanna 

Application of the "broken stick" formula to 
the prediction of random time intervals. 
Am. Midi. Nat., 79, 2:273-88. 

HEATH, JAMES E., Associate Professor 
See Physiology. 

HIRSCH, JERRY, Professor 
See Psychology. 

HOFFMEISTER, DONALD F., Professor 
See Natural History Museum. 

KITZMILLER, JAMES B., Professor 
Articles 

Genetic control of insects of public health 
importance. Bull. Wld. Hlth. Org., 38: 
421-38. 

Report to the Director General, World Health 
Organization. Scientific group on the cyto- 
genetics of vectors of diseases of man, 
pp. 1-37. 

Cytogenetics of vectors of disease of man. 
WHO Technical Report Series, i95:l-41. 

LEE, M. RAYMOND, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. G. Zimmerman 

Variation in chromosomes of the Cotton Rat, 

Sigmodon hispidus. Chromosoma (Berl.), 

2'?:243-50. 



METCALF, ROBERT L., Professor 
See Entomology. 

NANNEY, DAVID L., Professor 
Articles 

Patterns of cortical stability in Tetrahymena. 

J. Protozool., 15:109-22. 
Ciliate genetics: patterns and program of 

gene action. Ann. Rev. Genetics, 2:121-40. 
Cortical patterns in cellular morphogenesis. 

Science, 160:496-502. 
Some issues in biology teaching. BioScience, 

18:104-7. 
Biology in the future of man. Phi Kappa 

Phi Journal, 47, 4:3-10. 

PHILLIPS, RUTH B., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Mating-type alleles in Illinois strains of 

Tetrahymena pyriforniis, syngen I. Genetic 

Research, ii:211-14. 

PROSSER, C. LADD, Professor 
See Physiology and Biophysics. 

SALMON. MICHAEL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. E. Winn, N. Sorgente 

Sound production and associated behavior in 
triggerfishes. Pac. Sci., 22, 1:11-20. 
IFith S. P. Atsaides 

Behavioral, morphological and ecological evi- 
dence for two new species of fiddler crabs 
from the Gulf Coast of the United States. 
Trans. Wash. Acad. Sci., 81:275-90. 
Visual and acoustical signalling during court- 
ship of fiddler crabs. Am, Zool., 8, 3: 
623-40. 

SANDERSON, GLENN C, Professor 

Articles 

With G. L. Storm 

Housing and reproductive performance of 
an outdoor colony of voles. /. Mammalogy, 
49, 2:322-24. 
Reviews 

The wolves of Isle Royale, by L. David 
Mech. Ibid., 1:167-68. 

SILVERMAN, PAUL H., Professor 

Articles 

With M. E. Schelling 

The effect of route of injection upon the de- 
velopment of circulating antibody in re- 
sponse to a variety of antigens. 7m- 
munology, 14:781-85. 

SIMON, ELLEN M., Research Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With L. K. Bleyman 

Clonal analysis of nuclear differentiation in 
Tetrahymena. Develop. Biol., 18:217-31. 

SMITH. PHILIP W., Professor 
Articles 

An assessment of changes in the fish fauna 
of two Illinois rivers and its bearing on 
their future. Trans. III. State Acad. Sci., 
61, 1:31-45. 
Vertebrate animals first discovered in Illinois. 
Living Museum, 30, 4:28-29. 
With Dorothy M. Smith 
China dolls. Ibid., 8:60-61. 



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STOCUM, DAVID L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The urodele limb regeneration blastema: A 
self-organzing system. I. Differentiation in 
vitro. Develop. Biol., IS, 5:441-56. 
The urodele limb regeneration blastema: A 
self-organizing system. II. Morphogenesis 
and differentiation of autografted whole and 
fractional blastemas. Ibid., pp. 457-80. 

SWEENEY, DARYL C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

The anatomical distribution of monoamines 
in a freshwater bivalve mollusc, Sphaerium 
sulcatum (L.). Lamp. Biochcm. Physiol., 
25:601-13. 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Barnett, Leland B. (S. C. Kendeigh, Adviser), 
Seasonal changes in temperature acclimiza- 
ticn of the house sparrow. Passer domesticus. 

Borst, Daryll C. (M. R. Matteson, Adviser), 



A limnological study of Lake of the Woods, 
Champaign County, Illinois. 

Gessaman, James A. (S. C. Kendeigh, Ad- 
viser), Metabolism and thermoregulation of 
the snowy owl, Nyctea scandiaca. 

Kreutzer, Richard D. (J. B. Kitzmiller, Ad- 
viser), Genetic and cytogenetic relationships 
among certain nearctic anophelines. 

Lee, Sue Y. (R. Davenport, Adviser), A 
histochemical study of the distribution of 
glycogen, lipids and succinic dehydrogenase 
in the twitch and tonic fibers of selected 
vertebrates. 

Northcutt, Richard G. (H. M. Smith, Adviser), 
The telencephalon of the western painted 
turtle (Chrysemys picta belli). 

Oppenheimer, John R. (E. M. Banks, Adviser), 
Behavior and ecology of the white-faced 
monkey, Cebxis capucinus, on Barro Colorado 
Island, C. Z. 

Owen, Ray B., Jr. (S. C. Kendeigh, Adviser). 
Energy requirements of blue-winged teal 
under free-living and captive conditions. 



CHICAGO CIRCLE 



ANTHROPOLOGY 

BOHANNAN, LAURA A., Associate Professor 

Books 

With P. Bohannan 

Tiv economy. Northwestern Univ. Press, 
Evanston, 265 pp. 
Reviews 

Stranger and friend: the way of an anthro- 
pologist, by H. Powdermaker. Amer. 
Anthrop., 70, 3:574-75. 
Man's rise to civilization, by P. Farb. Chi- 
cago Trib. Book Rev., November 24:12-13. 

FREEMAN, SUSAN T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Religious aspects of the social organization of 
a Castilian village. Amer. Anthrop., 70, 1: 
34-49. 
Corporate village organization in the Sierra 
!NIinistra: an Iberian structural type. Man, 
3, 3:477-84. 
Reviews 

Chanzeaux: a village in Anjou, by L. 
Wylie. Amer. Anthrop., 70, 1:126-27. 

GARBARINO, MERWYN S., Assistant 

Professor 
Reviews 

American Indian painting of the Southwest 

and Plains area, by D. Dunn. Science, 

161:35. 

HALL, ROBERT L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

The Goddard-Ramey Cahokia flight: a pioneer- 
ing aerial photographc survey. Wis. Ar- 
cheoL, 49:75-80. 

HUNT, ROBERT C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Agentes culturales Mestizos: estabilidad y 
cambio en Oaxaca. Amer. Indigena, 28: 
595-609. 
With Eva Hunt, R. Weitlaner 

From parallel-nominal to patri-nominal : chang- 
ing Cuicatec personal names. Instituto 
Nacional de Antopologia e Historia, Anales, 
J9:191-223. 
Reviews 

Tzintzuntzan, by G. Foster. Amer. Anthrop., 
70:781-82. 

REED, CHARLES A., Professor 

Articles 

With M. A. Baumhoff, K. W. Butzer, 
H. Walter, D. S. Boloyan 
Preliminary report on the archaeological 
aspects of the research of the Yale Uni- 
versity Prehistoric Expedition to Nubia, 
1962-1963. Fonilles en Nubie (1961-1963): 
145-56. 

Reviews 

Comment on: The Pleistocene Epoch and the 
evolution of man, by C. Emiliani. Cur. 
Anthrop., 9:41. 

SHACK, WILLIAM A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The Masqal-Pole: religious conflict and 

social change in Gurageland. Africa, 38: 

457-68. 



Reviews 

Wax and gold: tradition and innovation in 

Ethiopian culture, bv D. Levine. Ibid., 36: 

333-34. 
Ethiopians speak: Harar, by W. Leslau. 

Amer. Anthrop., (55:1281. 
African law: adaptation and development, 

ed. by H. Kuper and L. Kuper. /. Asian 

and Afr. Stud., 2:146-47. 
Comment on: Urbanization and social change 

in Africa, by A. Epstein. Cur. Anthrop., 8: 

291-92. 



ARCHITECTURE 

AMON, RENE, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. Dundurs 

Circular plate with supported edge-beam. /. 

Eng. Mech. Div., ASCE, 94. EM3, Proc. 

Paper 5971, pp. 731-42. 

GERSTNER, ROBERT W., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Stresses in a composite cantilever. /. Ccnn- 

posite Materials, 2, 4:498-501. 

HINDS, GEORGE A., Professor of Architecture 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Perspectives on housing in a developing 
community, discussion paper series number 
9. Center for Urban Studies — Univ. 111., 
174 pp. 

WIESINGER, FREDERICK P., Professor of 

Structural Engineering 
Articles 

Aids for plastic design of continous beams. 

/. Str. Div., ASCE, 94, STlI:2651-55. 



ARCHITECTURE AND ART ADMINISTRATION 

CURRIE, LEONARD J., Dean of College of 

Architecture and Art 
Articles 

A new tribute to Walter Gropius. Arch. 

Record, 143, 5:10. 



ARCHITECTURE AND ART, HISTORY OF 

EDMAN, ROSS, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

18th century Chinese taste. Oriental Art, 14, 
3:205-7. 

KOEPER, H. F., Associate Professor 

Books 

Illinois architecture from territorial times to 
the present. Univ. Chicago Press, 304 pp. 

Reviews 

Landmark architecture of Allegheny County, 
Pennsylvania, by James D. Van Trump and 
Arthur Ziegler, Jr. Survey of architectural 
history in Cambridge, report two: mid 
Cambridge, by Antoinette F. Downing, 
Elisabeth MacDougall and Eleanor Pearson. 
/. Soc. Architectural Historians, 27:305-6. 
Minnesota houses: an architectural and his- 
torical view, by Roger Kennedy. Minnesota 
History, 41. 2:99-100. 



142 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



SANDERSON, WARREN, Professor 

Articles 

Die Fruhmittelalterlichen Krypten von St. 
Maximin in Trier, Paulinus Verlag, Trier, 
172 pp. ( + 4 foldout plans); Trierer Zeit- 
schrift, ii:S-172( + 4 foldout plans). 



BIOENGINEERING PROGRAM 

AGARWAL, CYAN C, Assistant Professor 
See Systems Engineering. 

ARZBAECHER, ROBERT C, Associate 
Professor 
See Information Engineering. 

BRODKEY, JERALD S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. Stark 

New direct evidence against intermittency or 

sampling in human smooth pursuit eye 

movements. Nature, 218:273. 
With L. Stark, R. Arsbaccher, G. Agarwal, 

D. Hendry, W. D. O'NeiU 
Status of research in biomedical engineering. 

IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., BME-15 -.210- 

31. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With P. H. Abbrecht 

An analysis of the control of insulin secretion. 

Proc. Ann. Conf. Eng. in Med. and Biol., 

10:29.3. 

GOSE, EARL E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With A. H. Klopf 

Evolutionary pattern recognition networks. 

Proc. Hawaii Intnl. Conf. Sys. Sci., Univ. 

Hawaii Press, pp. 542-45. 

HENDRY, DEREK P., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. Stark, R. Arzbaecher, G. Agarwal, 

W. D. O'Neill, I. S. Brodkey 
Status of research in biomedical engineering. 

IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., BME-15 :21Q- 

31. 

O'NEILL, WILLIAM D., Assistant Professor 
See Systems Engineering. 

TROELSTRA, ARNE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Detection of time-varying light signals as 
measured by the pupillary response. /. Opt. 
Soc. Anier.. 58, 5:685-90. 
With N. M. I. Schweitzer 

Nonlinear analysis of electroretinographic B- 
wave in man. /. NeurophysioL, 5i:588- 
606. 

ZUBER, BERT L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Eye movement dynamics in the cat: the 
final oculomotor pathways. Experimental 
Neurol., 20:255-60. 
Sinusoidal eye movements from brain stem 
stimulation in the cat. I'is. Res., 5:1073-79. 
Dynamic characteristics of the oculomotor sys- 
tem in the cat. Proc. 24th Intnl. Cong. 
Physiol. Sci., 7:482. 
With L. Stark 

Dynamical characteristics of the fusional 



vergence eye movement system. IEEE 
Trans. Sys. Sci. Cyb., SSC-4:72-79. 
With J. L. Semmlow, L. Stark 

Frequency characteristics of the saccadic eye 
movement. Biophysical I., 5:1288-98. 
With R. J. Reinhart 

Control of eye position by the lateral rectus 
muscle in the cat. Proc. Ann. Conf. Eng. 
in Med. and Biol., 10:25.4. 



BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

ANDERSON, LOUISE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With G. B. Price, R. C. Fuller 

Molecular diversity of the ribulose 1,5-diP 
carboxylase from photo-synthetic micro- 
organisms. Science, 161 :482-84. 

With L. E. Worthen, R. C. Fuller 

The role of ribose 5-P isomerase in regulation 
of the Calvin cycle in Rhodo spirillum rub- 
rum. In Comparative biochemistry and bio- 
physics of photosynthesis, ed. by Fuller, 
Jagendorf, Shibata, and Takamiya, Univ. 
Tokyo Press, pp. 379-86. 

BARDACK, DAVID, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Fossil vertebrates from the cretaceous of 
Manitoba. Canad. I. Earth Sci., 5:145-53. 

An attack by a grizzly bear in the NWT of 
Canada. Animals, London, 11, 1:8-9. 

Belonostomus sp., the first holostean from the 
Austin Chalk (Cretaceous) of Texas. /. 
Paleontology, 42, 5:1307-9. 

The first fossil lamprey: a record from the 
Pennsylvanian of Illinois. Science, 162 : 
1265-67. 
Reviews 

Dragons of the air, by H. G. Seeley. Choice, 
4, 12:1410. 

International association for quaternary re- 
search: Pleistocene extinction, search for a 
cause, ed. by Martin and Wright. Ibid., 5, 
9:1158. 

International association for quaternary re- 
search: quaternary paleoecology, ed. by 
Gushing and Wright. Ibid., 5, 7:820. 

Treatise on invertebrate paleontology pt. 
V.Echinodermata, ed. by Moore. Amer. 
Biol. Teacher, 30, 4:333. 

Fossil vertebrates, ed. by Patterson and 
Greenwood. Systematic Zoology, 17, 3 : 
337-38. 

BUHSE, HOWARD E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With I. L. Cameron 

A pattern of macromolecular events during 
microstome macrostome transformation in 
Tetrahymena vorax V2S. /. Exp. Zool., 
132:1-8. 

CORLISS, JOHN O., Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

The value of ontogenetic data in reconstruct- 
ing protozoan phylogenies. Trans. Amer. 
Micros. Soc, 57:1-20. 
General characteristics of the blood protists: 
definition and classification. In Infectious 
blood diseases of man and animals, ed. by 
Weinman and Ristic, Academic Press, 
N.Y., pp. 139-47. 
With I. Lom 

Observations on the fine structure of two 



CHICAGO CIRCLE 143 



species of the peritrich ciliate genus Scy- 
phidia and on their mode of attachment to 
their host. Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc, 87: 
493-509. 
IVith J. Lorn, C. Noirot-Timothee 

Observations on the ultrastructure of the 
buccal apparatus in thigmotrich ciliates and 
their bearing on thigmotrich-peritrich af- 
finities. /. Protozoal., 15 :824-40. 
Reviews 

Scanning electron microscopy: applications to 
materials and device science, by P. R. 
Thornton. Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc, 87, 
4:537. 

The marvelous animals — an introduction to 
the protozoa, by H. Curtis. Ibid., 4:537. 

Research in protozoology, ed. by Tze-Tuan 
Chen. Ibid., 2:272-73. 

The microstructure of cells, by S. W. Hurry. 
Ibid., 2:276. 

Cell ultrastructure, by W. A. Jensen and 
R. B. Park. Ibid., 2:276. 

Protozoa, ed. by G. W. Kidder. Ibid., 2:276. 

The protozoa, by K. Vickerman and F. E. G. 
Cox. Ibid., 2:277. 

Introduction to parasitology, by A. W. Jones. 
Ibid., 2:277. 



EGGERT, DONALD A., Associate Professor 

Arfides 

IVith T. N. Taylor 

Petrified plants from the upper :Mississippian 
of North America. II. Lepidostrobus fay- 
ettevillense n. sp. Amer. J. Bot., 55:306-13. 

GLASSMAN, SIDNEY F., Professor 
Articles 

New species in the palm genus Syagrus mart. 

Fieldiana: Botany, ii :285-99. 
Studies in the palm genus Syagrus mart. 

Ibid., JJ:363-97. 
Sxaurus oleracea (mart.) becc. and closely 
related taxa. Ibid., SZ-.U-ii. 

GREENBERG, BERNARD, Professor 
Articles 

Model for destruction of bacteria in the mid- 
gut of blow fly maggots. 7. Med. Ent., 5: 
31-38. 

Micro-potentiometric pH determinations of 
muscoid maggot digestive tracts. Annals 
Ent. Soc. Amer.. (5i:365-68. 

Gnotobiotic insects in biomedical research. In 
Advances in germfree research and gncto- 
biology, ed. by M. Miyakawa and T. D. 
Lucky, II Life Books, Ltd., London, pp. 
410-16. 

Poland: barriers and purges. Science, 160: 
1287. 

GUTTMAN, HELENE N., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. S. Vitetta 

Kinetics of the immune response of rabbits 

to lower Trypanosomatidae antigens. /. 

Gen. Microbiol., 56:67. 

KERSTER, HAROLD W., Instructor 
Articles 

Population age structure in the prairie forb, 
Liatris aspera. Bioscience, 18:430-32. 
With D. A. Levin 

Local gene dispersal in Phlox. Evolution, 22: 
130-39. 



LEVIN, DONALD A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The structure of a polyspecies hybrid swarm 

in Liatris. Evolution, 22:352-72. 
The genomic constitution of eastern poly- 
ploid P/i/o;r. Ibid., 22:612-32. 
Multiple chromosome triplication in Liatris. 

Science, idi: 183-84. 
The breeding system of Lithospermum carol- 
iniense: adaptation and counter-adaptation. 
Amer. Natur., i02: 427-41. 
With H. W. Kerster 

Local gene dispersal in Phlox. Evolution, 22: 
130-39. 

NICOLETTE, JOHN A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. A. Lemahien. G. C. Mueller 

A role of estrogens in the regulation of RNA 

polymerase in surviving rat uteri. Bio- 

chem. Biophys. Acta, i(56:403-9. 

SHOMAY, DAVID, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Human parasitology, by D. M. Jarry. Choice. 

5, 1:78. 
Charles Scott Sherrington; an appraisal, by 

R. Granit. Ibid., 3:366. 
The free-living lower invertebrates, bv F. M. 

Bayer and M. B. Owre. Ibid., 4:518. 
The neuron, ed. by H. Hyden. Ibid., 7:810. 
Primitive nervous systems, by T. L. Lentz. 

Ibid., 10:1326. 

STARR, THEODORE J., Professor and 

Associate Head of Department 
Articles 

Effect of antinomycin and puromycin on 
cytochemical staining properties of vaccina 
virus. Tex. Rep. Biol. Med., 25:281-93. 

The cell's roll in viral infection. Hosp. Prac- 
tice, 5:52-53. 
With R. G. Considine 

Inhibition of circulating interferon in gnoto- 
biotic and conventional mice by vaccina 
virus. Bact. Proc , pp. 100. 

Role of RES in interferon tolerance. Inter- 
feron Scientific Memoranda, Memo #28, 
Nov. 6. 

Role of RES in interferon tolerance. /. Ret. 
Soc, 4:315-26. 
With O. A. Holtermann 

Uncoating and development of vaccina virus 
in miniature cells induced with extract 
from marine algae. Xature, 216:600-01. 
With 0. A. Holtermann, M. Kajima 

Effects of actinomycin and puromycin on the 
cytochemical-staining characteristics of vac- 
cina infected cells. Bact. Proc, p. 110. 
With G. C. Lavelle 

Interferon response and age-related resis- 
tance of germfree mice to mouse hepatitis 
virus. 7. Ret. Soc, 5:422-35. 

Effects of cortisone on interferon response of 
germfree mice to mouse hepatitis virus. 
Ibid., 5:436-44. 
With M. Wagner 

Microbial interactions in the gnotobiotic 
mouse. Bact. Proc, p. 120. 

TAYLOR, THOMAS N., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Application of the scanning electron micro- 
scope in paleobotany. Trans. Amer. Micros. 
Soc, 57:510-15. 



144 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With D. A. Bggert 

Petrified plants from the upper Mississippian 
of North America. II. Lepidostrobus fay- 
ettevillense n. sp. Amer. J. Bot., 55: 
306-13. 

WAKE, MARVALEE H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Evolutionary morphology of the caecilian 
urogenital system. I. The gonads and the 
fat bodies. /. Morphology, 126, 3:291-332. 

WILLEY, ROBERT B., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

The free-living lower invertebrates, by F. M. 

Bayer and II. B. Owre. Trans. Amcr. 

Micros. Sac, 87, 2:273-74. 
Biology of the invertebrates, by Cleveland 

Hickman. Ibid., 87, 1:115-18. 
Invertebrate zoologv, by Paul A. Meglitsch. 

Ibid., 1:115-18. 
Biology of invertebrata, by James H. Wil- 

moth. Ibid., 1:115-18. 
Invertebrate zoology (vol. 1), by Alfred 

Kaestner. Ibid., 2:274-75. 
Natural history of marine animals (2nd ed.), 

by G. E. Mac Ginitie and Nettie Mac 

Ginitie. Ibid., 2:275-76. 
Invertebrate structure and function, by E. J. 

W. Barrington. Ibid., 2:277. 
The biology of marine animals (2nd ed.), by 

J. A. Colin Nicol. Ibid., 2:277. 
Animals without backbones, vols. I and II, 

by Ralph Buchsbaum; A biology of lower 

invertebrates, by W. D. Russell-Hunter. 

Ibid., 3:537-39. 

WILLEY, RUTH L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The spiracular morphology of the Hawaiian 
damselfly Megalagrion blackburni (Odonata). 
Proc. Hawaiian Ent. Soc, 20, 1:213-37. 
Reviews 

The use of the microscope, by Peter Gray. 
Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc, 87:276. 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

BARTLETT, HALE C, Associate Professor of 
Management 

Articles 

Government in aerospace. In The Encyclo- 
pedia of awatio7i and space sciences, New 
Horizons Pubs., Chicago, (5:1000-10. 
Jumbo jets: airline delight or dilemma? In 
A new measure of responsibility for mar- 
keting, Amer. Marketing Assn., June Conf. 
Proceedings, series no. 27, pp. 345-52. 

BAUM, BERNARD H., Associate Professor of 
Management and Sociology 

Books 

With R. W. French 

Basics for business. Whitehall Co., Chicago, 
426 pp. 

Articles 

With T. Whisler, H. Meyer, P. Sorensen 

Centralization of control: an empirical study 
of its meaning and measurement. In Con- 
trol in organi,-:ations. ed. by A. S. Tannen- 
baum, McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., pp. 
283-305. 

With R. H. Goodin 

The effective de-specialization of jobs: a case 
study. Public Personnel Rev., 29, 4: 
222-26. 



FRENCH, ROBERT W., Staff Associate 
Books 

With B. H. Baum 

Basics for business. Whitehall Co., Chicago, 
426 pp. 

GLUSS, BRIAN, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Some new statistics for evaluating and pre- 
dicting the support performance of complex 
multi-echelon logistics systems. In Large 
scale provisioning systems, co-authored with 
Paul Brock, English Universities Press, 
pp. 467-82. 

KENT, LEONARD, Professor 
Articles 

Problems of a new product introduction in the 

framework of decision analysis. ASA 1968 

Proceedings, pp. 177-80. 

CHEMISTRY 

BANGERTER, BENEDICT W., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With S. I. Chan 

Proton magnetic resonance study of the bind- 
ing of purine to polyuridylic acid. Bio- 
polymers, (5:983-91. 
A proton magnetic resonance study of the 
interaction of adenosine with polyuridylic 
acid: evidence for both adenine-uracil base- 
stacking and base-pairing. Proc. Natl. Acad. 
Sci. U.S., (50:1144-51. 

BOYER, JOSEPH H., Professor 
Articles 

With I. D. Woodyard 

Deoxygenation of organic nitrenes. /. Org. 
Chem., ii:3329. 
With P. J. A. Prints 

Isomerization of carbodiimides into cyana- 

mides. Tetrahedron Letters, p. 3211. 
Nitrosoazomethine derivatives. Oxidation of 
amidoximes. /. Org. Chem., jJ:4S54. 
JVith W. K. Krueger, R. Modler 

The formation of 2,6-diphenylpyridazine and 
2,5-diphenyl-pyrole from a-styryl azide. 
Tetrahedron Letters, p. 5979. 

BROWN, THOMAS H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Quadratically convergent iteration procedure 

for self-consistent calculations. /. Chem. 

Phys., 49, 5:2291-94. 

CARLIN, RICHARD L., Associate Professor 
Books Edited 

Transition metal chemistry. A series of 

advances (Vol. 4). Marcel Dekker, Inc., 

N.Y., 355 pp. 

EARGLE, DOLAN H., JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Electron paramagnetic resonance. Anal. 
Chem., 40:i03R. 
With W. B. Moniz 

Anion-radicals of polyphenyl siloxanes. /. 
Poly Sci., A-1:SS30. 

FREEMAN, WADE A., Instructor 

Articles 

With C. F. Liu 

Stereochemistry of complexes of multidentate 



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ligands. II. Geometrical and optical isomers 
of bis (2,3-diamino-propionato) cobalt (III) 
ion. Inorg. Chem., 7:764-68. 

KAGAX, JACQUES, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Luteolin 7-glucoside, the flavonoid pigment of 
Heliotropiitm tenellum. Phytochem., 7: 
505-6. 
The flavonoid pigments of Liatris spicata. 
Ibid.. 7:1205-7. 
With H. B. Kagan 

The dehydration of coronopilin. /. Org. 
Chem., ii: 220 7- 11. 

LIU, CHUI FAN, Professor 

Articles 

With W. Freeman 

Stereochemistry of complexes of multidentate 

ligands. II. Geometrical and optical isomers 

of bis (2,3-diamino-propionato) cobalt (III) 

ion. Inorg. Chem., 7:764-68. 
With L. N. Schoenberg, D. M. Cooke 

Nuclear magnetic resonance determination of 

the absolute configuration of complexes of 

cobalt (III) with asymmetric tetradentate 

ligands. Ibid., p. 2386. 
With M. W. S. Chi, 

Cobalt (III) complexes of /3-aminethylimino- 

diacetic acid. Inorg. Chem., 7:2453. 

MORIARTY, ROBERT M., Professor 
Articles 

With A. Knoasiezvics, A. Maccoll, A. Loudon 
The mass spectra of some Cig substituted 
cholesteryl derivatives. /. Mass Spectrom- 
etry, 7:53. 

ROCEK, JAN, Professor 

Articles 

With A. E. Radoii'sky 

Chromic acid oxidation of 1-methyIcyclo- 
butanol : The first example of a direct 
oxidation of a tertiary alcohol. Tetrahedron 
Letters, p. 2835. 
The role of chromium (IV) in oxidations by 
chromic acid. The osidative cleavage of 
cyclobutanol. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 90:2986. 
With P. Muller 

Laboratory application of a chemical reactor 
column. The synthesis of perdeuteriotro- 
pilidene. I. Org. Chem., ii:3001. 

SACKHEIM, GEORGE I., Assistant Professor 

Books 

With R. Schultz 

Chemistry for the health sciences. The 
Macmillan Co., N.Y., 470 pp. 

WALTER, ROBERT I., Professor 

Articles 

With R. D. Allendoerfer, G. Smith 

TheA2B2 proton nuclear magnetic resonance 

spectra of parasubstituted anilines, diphenyl- 

amines, and triphenylamines. J. Phys. 

Chem.. 72:1217-22. 

An apparatus for large-scale sublimation. J. 

Chem. Edtic, 45:538. 
Laboratory experiments for the introductory 
chemistry course. Ibid., pp. 672-73. 



COMPUTER CENTER 



BROWN, THOMAS H., Associate Professor 
See Chemistry. 



GYLYS, VYTAS B., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. M. Knop 

Radiation conductance of an axial slot on a 

dielectric coated cylinder. Radio science, 

S, 4:391-95. 



CRIMINAL JUSTICE, ADMINISTRATION OF 

BILEK, ARTHUR J., Associate Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Survey of the rangers of the Forest Preserve 
District of Cook County. President of the 
Board of Commissioners of Cook County, 
Chicago, 283 pp. 

XICOL, JOSEPH D., Professor 

Articles 

Present status in criminalistics. In Law 
enforcement science and technology, ed. by 
Yefsky, Thompson Book Co., Wash., D.C., 
pp. 245-46. 

WEBSTER, JOHN A., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Communitv relations and riot prevention, by 
Raymond M. ]Momboisse. Issues in Crim- 
inology, 4, 1:248. 



ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 

ELWERT, BERT E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Social and ethical problems of marketing 
planning. In Marketing and the neiu sci- 
ence of planning, ed. by R. L. King, 1968 
Proceedings, American Marketing Assn., 
Denver, pp. 535-40. 

GRAMPP, WILLIAM D., Professor 
Articles 

An economic remedy for airport congestion. 
Bus. Horizons, 11, 5 :21-30. 

KOSOBUD, RICHARD F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With H. Theil 

How informative are consumer buying inten- 
tions surveys? Rev. Econ. and Stat., 50, 
1:50-59. 

MILLER, OSCAR, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

The U.S. balance of payments and capital 
flows, by John D. Hogan. Choice, 5, 2:234. 
American banking structure, by Gerald C. 
Fischer. Ibid., 10:1337. 

REID, SAMUEL R., Associate Professor 
Books 

Mergers, managers, and the economy. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 302 pp. 

RICHMAN. RAYMOND L., Professor 

Articles 

Real estate tax reform as a solution to urban 
problems. In Hearings before the National 
Commission on Urban Problems, 1 :343-52. 

SINAI, ALLEN L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

The role of rental price in distributed lag 
investment functions: a micro-econometric 
approach. Amer. Stat. Assn. Proc, Bus. 
and Econ. Stat. Sect., pp. 403-15. 



146 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



ENERGY ENGINEERING 

HARTNETT, JAMES P., Professor and Head 

of Energy Engineering 
Books Edited 

Advances in heat transfer. Academic Press, 
N.Y.-London, 5, 538 pp. 

Analytical heat diffusion theory. Ibid., 685 pp. 

Proceedings 2nd All-Soviet Union Conference 
on Heat and Mass Transfer, University 
Microfilm Library Services, Ann Arbor, 1, 
450 pp. 

Ibid., 2, 500 pp. 

Ibid., 3, 495 pp. 

Ibid., 4, 381 pp. 

Ibid., 5, 796 pp. 

Ibid., 6, 672 pp. 

Ibid., 7, 304 pp. 
Articles 
With Y. Taitel 

On the application of Rosseland approxima- 
tion and solution based on series expansion 
of the emission power to radiation problems. 
AIAA Journal, 6:80-89. 

Equilibrium temperatures in a boundary layer 
flow over a flat plate of absorbing-emitting 
gas. Trans. ASME, /. Heat Transfer, 90, 
2:257-66. 
With A. L. Laganelli, W. F. Ames 

On the analysis of transpiration cooling in a 
laminar boundary layer with solid wall 
upstream effects. Ibid., 6, 2:192-97. 

With C. S. Liu, H. A. Simon 

Comparison of binary couette flow predictions 
with binary boundary layer results for 
hydrogen injected into carbon-dioxide and 
nitrogen free streams. Proceedings 3rd All- 
Soviet Union Conference on Heat and 
Mass Transfer, Minsk, B.S.S.R., U.S.S.R., 
J:190-207. 

With A. L. Laganelli 

Mass transfer cooling on a porous flat plate 
in carbon-dioxide and air streams. Trans. 
ASME, /. Eng. Ind., 90, 4:596-600. 

CHOW, JOSEPH C. F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Julia T. Apter 

Wave propagation in a viscous incompressible 
fluid contained in flexible viscoelastic tubes. 
/. Acoust. Soc. Anier., 44:437-43. 
With M. E. Clark 

Theoretical and experimental analyses of 
wave propagation in an initially stretched 
viscous-fluid-filled viscoelastic tube. Re- 
ports 6th Intnl. Cong. Acoustics, Tokyo, 
Japan, 4, G:5-8. 
Dispersion and attenuation of sound in a 
highly concentrated suspension. Ibid., 5, 
J:81-84. 

CHUNG, PAUL M., Professor 
Articles 

With J. F. Holt, S. W. Liu 

Merged stagnation shock layer of non-equi- 
librium dissociating gas. AIAA Journal, 6, 
12:2372-79. 

COGLEY, ALLEN C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. G. Vincenti. S. E. Gilles 

Differential approximation for radiative trans- 
fer in a nongrey gas near equilibrium. 
AIAA Journal, 6, 3:551-53. 



KIEFER, JOHN H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Classical isotope effect in vibrational relaxa- 
tion: the relaxation of H2 and D2. /. 
Chem. Phys., 48, 5 :2332-37. 
With R. W. Lutz 

Effect of oxygen atoms on the vibrational 
relaxation of oxygen. 11th Symposium on 
The Combustion Institute, pp. 



Combust 
67-74 



MINKOWYCZ, WOLODYMR J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With E. M. Sparrow, E. R. G. Eckert 

Thermodynamic coupling in combined heat 
and mass transfer processes. Proceedings 
2nd All-Soviet Union Conference on Heat 
and Mass Transfer, Minsk, B.S.S.R., 
U.S.S.R., 2:3-25. 

With E. M. Sparrow 

Condensation heat transfer in a forced and 
free convection boundary layer flow. Ibid., 
9:370-91. 



PIERSON, EDWARD S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Liquid-metal generator design and perfor- 
mance studies. Proceedings of International 
Symposium on Magnetohydrodynamic Elec- 
trical Power Generation, Warsaw, Poland, 
(5:24-30. 

SAXENA, SATISH C, Professor 

Articles 

With V. K. Saxena 

Measurement of the thermal conductivity of 
neon using hot-wire-type thermal diffusion 
columns. /. Chem. Phys., 48, 12:5662-67. 
Measurement of the thermal conductivity of 
helium using hot-wire-type thermal diffusion 
column. Brit. J. Appl. Phvs. (J. Phys. 
D.), 1, 2:1341-51. 
Measurement of the thermal conductivity of 
argon using hot-wire-type thermal diffusion 
columns. Chem. Phys. Letters, 2, 1 :44-46. 
Gas mixture separation by thermal diffusion 
column. Zeit. Fiir Natuevforsch, 23 A, 3: 
471-72. 
M^ith G. P. Gupta 

Thermal conductivity of binary, ternary and 
quaternary mixtures of polyatomic gases. 
Natl. Bur. of Stand., Spec. Pub., 302: 
605-13. 
Calculation of viscosity and diffusion coefiS- 
cients of nonpolar gas mixtures at ordinary 
pressures. A.I.Ch.E. J., 14, 3:519-20. 
With S. Mathur, P. K. Tondon 

Thermal conductivity of gas mixtures: D2- 
Xe, D2-Ne-Kr, Dz-Ne-Ar and D2-Ar-Kr-Xe. 
/. Phys. Soc. Japan, 25, 2:530-35. 
With P. K. Tondon 

Calculation of viscosities of mixtures con- 
taining polar gases. Indian J. Pure and 
Appl. Phys., 6. 9:475-78. 
Thermal conductivity of multi-component mix- 
tures of rare gases. Proc. 4th symposium 
on thermo physical properties, pp. 398-404. 
Modification of Brokaw's method for calculat- 
ing viscosity of mixtures of gases. I. & 
E. C. Fundamentals. 7:314. 
Calculation of thermal conductivity of polar- 
nonpolar gas mixtures, .-ippl. Sci. Res., 
19:163-70. 
With V. K. Saxena, V. P. S. Main 

Thermal diffusion factors from the measure- 



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ments on a trennschaukel : Ne-Ar and 
Ne-Xe. /. Chem. Phys., 48, 8:3681-85. 
With C. M. Kachhava 

Semi-empirical formulas for thermal expan- 
sion and Griineisen constant of ionic 
crystals. J. Appl. Phys.. 39, 6:2973-75. 
With S. Raman, W. W. Watson 

Separation of isotopic mixtures of polyatomic 
gases by thermal diffusion columns: inter- 
pretation of data on oxygen. /. Chem. 
Phys., 48, 7:2920-23. 
With B. P. Mathtir 

Measurement of the concentration diffusion 
coefficient for He-Ar and He-Kr by a 
two-bulb method. Appl. Set. Res., 18: 
325-35. 
With G. P. Gupta, S. Mathur 

Certain methods for calculating thermal con- 
ductivity of multi-component mixtures in- 
volving polyatomic gases. Def. Sc. J. 
(India), JS, 4:195-204. 
With J. M. Gandhi 

Correlated thermal conductivity data of rare 
gases and their binary mixtures at ordinary 
pressures. 7. Chem. Eng. Data, 13, 3 : 
357-61. 
Measurement of thermal conductivi^ of gases. 
Xatl. Bur. of Stand.. Spec. Pxtb., 302: 
539-46. 
On high temperature thermal conductivity 
of rare gases and gas mixtures. Trans. 
ASME, 90, C, 3:319-24. 

SIMON, HAROLD A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With C. S. Liu, J. P. Hartnett 

Comparison of binary couette flow predictions 
with binary boundary layer results for 
hydrogen injected into carbon-dioxide and 
nitrogen free streams. Proceedings 3rd All- 
Soviet Union Heat Transfer Conference, 
Minsk, B.S.S.R., U.S.S.R., i:190-207. 

SZEPE, STEPHEN, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With O. Levenspiel 

Optimal temperature policies for reactors sub- 
ject to catalyst deactivation — I. Batch re- 
actor. Chem. Eng. Sci.. 2J:881-94. 



BENNETT, JOSEPHINE W., Visiting 

Professor 
Articles 

Benson's alleged piracy of Shakespeare's 

sonnets and of some of Jonson's works. 

Studies in Bibliography, 2i:23S-48. 
New techniques of comedy in All's well that 

ends zvell. Shakespeare Qt., 18:ZZ7-62. 
John Morer's Will: Thomas Linacre and 

Prior Sellyng's Greek teaching. Studies in 

the Renaissance. J5: 70-91. 

BILLIAR, DONALD E., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Poems of Arthur Hugh Clough, ed. by 

A. L. P. Norrington. Choice. 5:1304. 
Arthur Hugh Clough: a descriptive catalogue, 
by Richard M. Gollin, others. Choice, 5: 
1426. 

BLUM, IRVING D., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

New rhetorics, ed. by Martin Steinman. 
Coll. Comp. and Commun., 19:42-43. 



BROWNING, PRESTON M., JR., Instructor 

Articles 

Flannery O'Connor and the grotesque re- 
covery of the holy. In Adversity and grace: 
studies in recent American literature, ed. 
by Nathan A. Scott, Jr., Univ. Chicago 
Press, pp. 133-61. 

CARROLL, PAUL, Visiting Professor 
Boolcs 

The poem in its skin. Big Table Books, 
Follett Pub. Co., Chicago, 262 pp. 
Books Edited 

The young American poets. Big Table 
Books, Follett Pub. Co., Chicago, 512 pp. 
Poems 

In an Ozark flight over Iowa. Paris Reviezu, 
Winter Quarter, pp. 67-68. 

CONLEY, JOHN A., Professor 
Articles 

William Dunbar: additions to and corrections 

of O. E. D. and D. O. S. T. Notes and 

Queries, X.S., 15:169-72. 

FIELDS, BEVERLY, Assistant Professor 
Books 

Reality's dark dream: dejection in Coleridge. 

Kent State Univ. Press, Kent, Ohio, 

195 pp. 

FLUDAS, JOHN P., Instructor 
Reviews 

Brecht's Tradition, by Max Spalter. Genre, 
I, 2:164-65. 

GRIEST, GUINEVERE L., Associate 

Professor 
Reviews 

The equivocal virtue: Mrs. Oliphant and the 

Victorian literary market place, by Vineta 

and Robert A. Colby. Modern Philology, 

65:415-17. 

GROSS, LAILA, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Oral-formulaic uses and meaning of Ricte in 

the alliterative Morte Arthure. Annuale 

Medievale, 9:98-102. 

HERRON, DALE S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Poetic vision in two sonnets of Milton. 
Milton Newsletter, 2:21-29. 

KARANIKAS, ALEXANDER, Professor 
Articles 

The lost sport of double running. NH Pro- 
files, 17:17-18, 45-47. 
Poems 

For Dimitri Cheronis. Chicago Tribune Sun- 
day Mag., November 3, p. 16. 

KIRK. CLARA M., Visiting Professor 

Books Edited 

With R. Kirk 

The Altrurian romances, by W. D. Howells. 
(Text established by Scott Bennett.) 
Indiana Univ. Press, i31oomington, 494 pp. 

KIRK, RUDOLF, Visiting Professor 
Books Edited 
With Clara Kirk 

The Altrurian romances, by W. D. Howells. 
(Text established by Scott Bennett.) 
Indiana Univ. Press, Bloomington, 494 pp. 



148 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



KOGAN, BERNARD R., Professor 
Reviews 

The Huxleys, by Ronald W. Clark; This 
tireless moment, by Laura Archera Huxley; 
Aldous Huxley, by John Atkins. Chicago 
Sunday Sun-Times, Pt. 3. p. 4. 

LENFEST, DAVID S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

A checklist of illustrated editions of "Gul- 
liver's Travels," 1727-1914. The Papers of 
the Bibliographical Society of America, 62, 
First Quarter, pp. 85-123. 

LEVINE, EDWIN B., Professor 
Articles 

With A. LaVonne Ruoff 

Landor's letters to the Reverend Walter 
Birch. BJRL, 51, Fall, pp. 200-61. 

MAKKAI, ADAM, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Strukturalista iranyzatok a modern nyelve- 
szetben (Structuralist movements in modern 
linguistics). Magyar Muhely, 7, 27:12-35. 

Six poems by e. e. cummings (in Hungarian 
verse translation). Ibid., 7, 28:30-31. 

Socio-linguistics for a just peace in the 
Danubian Basin. In Studies for a new cen- 
tral Europe, Series 2, No. 2, pp. 18-31. 

A Rokonszenvi szerzodes (The sympathetic 
contract). Uj Latohatar (New Horizon), 
9, 4:358-66. 
Reviews 

The phonology and morphology of Ulu Muar 
Malay, by Rufus S. Hendon. Amer. 
Anthrop., 70, 2:43. 

MARDER, LOUIS, Professor 
Articles 

Reflections and suggestions on Shakespeare 

scholarship. SNL, 18, 1:1-3. 
Shakespeare glossaries: 1710-1948. SNL, 18, 

3:22-23. 
The authorship controversy. Ibid., 2:10. 
Sex in Shakespeare. Ibid., 2:10-11. 
The new Norton-Hinman standard folio: its 

aim, background, and predecessors. Ibid., 

6:31-33. 
First folio reproductions past and present: A 

brief (descriptive) bibliography. Ibid., 6: 

33-34. 
Hardin Craig — Shakespeare scholar emer- 
itus: 1875-1968. Ibid., 6:43-44. 
Hamlet in Yugoslavia. Ibid., 6:44. 



MILLS, RALPH J., JR., Professor 
Books Edited 

Selected letters of Theodore Roethke. Univ. 

Washington Press, Seattle, 273 pp. 
Articles 

The poetry of James Dickey. Tri-Quarterly, 

11, Winter, pp. 231-42. 
Trance and craft: introductory notes on 

Robert Graves' poetry. Poem, 2, March, 

pp. 45-65. 
Reviews 

The works of Anne Bradstreet; The poems 

of Stephen Crane; D. H. Lawrence: poems. 

Poetry, 112. 2:127-30. 
A:l-12, by Louis Zukofsky; Selected poems, 

by Karl Shapiro. Modern Age, 12, 4: 

423-26. 



PEBWORTH, TED-LARRY, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Aunt Loda's legacy. La. Folklore Miscellany, 

2, 4:24-33. 

RUNYAN, HARRY J., Professor 
Reviews 

Justice hunger: a short novel and nine stories, 

by Meyer Liben. Choice, 5, 2:195-96. 
The curious death of the novel: essays in 
American literature, bv Louis D. Rubin, 
Jr. Ibid., 4:486-87. 
Tough guy writers of the thirties, ed. by 
David Madden. Ibid., 5-6:624. 

RUOFF, A. LAVONNE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. B. Levine 

Landor's letters to the Reverend Walter Birch. 
BIRL, 51, Fall, pp. 200-61. 

SANDLER, FLORENCE R., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Dickens and Langland in adjudication upon 

Meed. The Victorian Newsletter, 33 -.53-56. 

SHIPLEY, JOHN BURKE, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The authorship of The Cornish squire. PQ, 

47, 2:145-56. 
A note on David Garrick's correspondence. 

N & Q, 213, 6:220-21. 
The authorship of The touch-stone (1728). 

PBS A, 62, 2:189-98. 
Ralph, Ellys, Hogarth, and Fielding: the 

cabal against Jacopo Amigoni. E-CS 1, 

4:313-31. 
James Ralph's pamphlets, 1741-1744. The 

Library, ^9:130-46. 
Two Voltaire letters: to the 3rd Earl of Bute 

and to the due de Richelieu. Studies on 

Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 62 : 

7-11. 
A new Carlyle letter. English Studies, 49, 

5:441-44. 
The Rev. Mr. Charles Churchill and Miss 

Carr, again. N & Q, 213, 12:464-65. 

SORENSEN, GERALD C, Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Northrop Frye in modern criticism, ed. by 
Murry Krieger. Genre, 1, 2:158-60. 

STAR, MORRIS, Assistant Professor 

Books 

Contributing Scholar to: Herman Melville 
edition of works. Northwestern University 
Press and the Newberry Library. 

STERN, FREDERICK C, Instructor 
Articles 

Pyrrhus, Fenians and Bloom. James Joyce 

Qt., 5. 3:211-28. 
Eleven hours in Chicago. The Nation, 206, 
17:533-35. 

STRONKS, JAMES B., Professor 
Articles 

On W. D. Howells' A modern instance. 

Amer. Literary Realism, ■#: 87-89. 
A Poe source for Faulkner? Poe Newsletter, 
1:11. 
Reviews 

The middle western farm novel in the twen- 



CHICAGO CIRCLE 149 



tieth century, by Roy W. Meyer. Modern 

Philology, (55:430-31. 
The New York City sketches of Stephen 

Crane, ed. by R. W. Stallman and E. R. 

Hagemann. Studies in Short Fiction, 5 : 

195-96. 
Years of transition: "The Dial," 1912-1920, 

by Nicholas Joost. /. ///. State Hist. Soc, 

61:204-5. 

THALE, MARY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

T. S. Eliot and Mrs. Browning on the meta- 
physical poets. CLA Journal, 22:255-58. 

The moviegoer of the 1950's. Twentieth 
Century Literature, 14:84-89. 

VEST, EUGENE B., Professor 
Articles 

Names on the ocean bottom, or some observa- 
tions on the invisible landscape. Names, 
16, 2:79-88. 
Reviews 

Shakespeare and the classical tradition : a 
critical guide to commentary, 1660-1960, by 
John W. Velz. Choice. 5. 10:1292. 
Shakespeare and the common understanding, 

by Norman Rabkin. Ibid., 7:779. 
Shakespeare's derived imagery, by John 
Erskine Hankin. Ibid., 5-6:622. 

WEISS, SAMUEL A., Professor 
Articles 

The ordeal of Malcolm X. South Atlantic J., 
di:53-63. 
Reviews 

Black power and urban unrest, by Nathan 

Wright. Michigan Qt. Rev., 7:58-59. 
Black power, by S. Carmichael and C. 

Hamilton. Chi. Je-d^'ish Forum. 2(5:300-01. 
Soul on ice, by Eldridge Cleaver. Ibid., 27 : 
38-39. 

WILDMAN, EUGENE, Instructor 
Poems 

The subway singer. In The young American 
ijriters. ed. by R. Kostelanetz, Funk and 
Wagnalls, N.Y., pp. 353-65. 

Ordeal as game. Tri-Quarterly, Spring, 11: 
145-62. 

Realitv theater in Chicago. Chicago Revieiv, 
Spring, 20. 2:81-92. 

Process and design as value. Northwest Re- 
view. 10, 1:74-87. 

Anthology of Concretism. Chicago Review, 
19, 4:1-144. 

The psychology of being a spectator. De 
Tafelronde, December, 13, 3 & 4:21-27. 

Viet Hut. Dramatika II. October, 2 :38-39. 

Massage, not message. Carleton Miscellanv. 
Spring, 9, 2:98-100. 
Reviews 

A tale of two cities, by Emmet Williams. 
Chicago Review, 20, 2:99-104. 

WILLETT, MAURITA, Associate Professor 

Articles 

The letter A, Gules, and the black bubble. In 
Melville and Hawthorne in the Berkshires, 
ed. by Howard Vincent. Kent State Univ. 
Press, Kent, Ohio, pp. 70-78. 
Dostoevsky and romantic realism: a study of 
Dostoevsky in relation to Balzac, Dickens, 
and Gogol, by Donald Fanger. Genre, 1, 
2:166-67. 



WINE, MARTIN, Professor 

Articles 

Reprint of "Spenser's 'Sweete Themmes' : Of 
"lime and the River." In Spenser: a col- 
lection of critical essa\s, ed. Harry Berger, 
Jr., Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 
pp. 40-46. 

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH V., Professor 
Articles 

With G. Hendrick 

Bibliography of short fiction explications, 

1966. Studies in Short Fiction, ';: 379-412. 
Bibliographv of short fiction explications, 1967. 

Studies in Short Fiction, 5:407-50. 
Reviews 

Night in funland, by William Peden. Choice, 

5, 7:779. 
An approach to Paterson, by Walter Scott 

Peterson. Amer. Qt., 20, Summer, p. 375. 
The musket and the cross, by Walter D. 

Edmonds. Choice, 5, Fall- Winter, p. 1130. 
An hour of last things and other stories, by 

George P. Elliott. Choice, 5, December, 

p. 1306. 



HALLOWELL, ROBERT E., Professor 
Articles 

"J 'ayme mieux embrasser la eloire des 
morts" — une ode inconnue de Jodelle. 
BHR, SO, 1:133-38. 

LEIN, MARIE E., Professor 
Articles 

Persistance et renouveau du gothique en 

France avant Chateaubriand. Mod. Philol., 

66, 2:121-35. 

LOMBARD, CHARLES M., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The French Romantics in America. BB, 25, 

4:25-29. 
Mme. de Stael and nationality in American 

literature. RLC, 41, 2:101-6. 
Lamartine's political reputation in America. 

KFLQ, 13, 5:80-89. 
Harriet B. Stowe and French Romanticism. 

CLAf, 2, 3:236-40. 



GEOGRAPHY 

CUTSHALL, ALDEN, Professor 
Reviews 

Shifting cultivation in Southeastern Asia, by 

J. E. Spencer. /. Geog., (57:125-26. 
The monsoon lands of Asia, bv R. R. 

Rawson. Ibid., pp. 326-27. 
Japan advances: a geographic study, by 
Prue Dempster. Ibid., pp. 452-55. 

DRAINE, EDWIN H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The development of industrial parks in Metr<^ 
politan Chicago. Commerce, 65, 6:35 ff. 

FINNEY, MILDRED I., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Introduction to physical geography, by H. M. 

Kendall, R. M. Glendenning, and C. H. 

McFadden. /. Geog., 67, 6:388. 



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FISHER, JAMES S., Assistant Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The information system: its perspective and 
some fundamental needs. Center for Urban 
Studies, Univ. 111. at Chicago Circle Dis- 
cussion Paper Series 6, 43 pp. 

LANDING, JAMES E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Foci for geography. 7. Geog., 67, 2:76-78. 

Peppermint and spearmint in the United 
States. Ihid., 67, 9:548-53. 

The Amish and Mennonite Settlement at 
Nappanee, Indiana. In Amish-Mennonite 
directory, Nappanee, Indiana, ed. by E. 
and M. Hochstetler, M. H. Mast Co., 
Arthur, Illinois, pp. 112-15 plus 38 maps. 

LARSON, ALBERT J., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

A catalogue of Latin American flat maps, 
1926-1964, Vol. 1, by Palmyra V. M. 
Monteiro. Choice, 5, 2:182. 
North America: its countries and regions, by 

J. Wreford Watson. Ibid., 5, 7:867. 
Latin America: a geographical survey, by 
Harry Robinson. Ibid., 5, 9:1210. 

McCOY. ROGER M., Assistant Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

An evaluation of Radar Imagery as a tool 
for drainage basin analysis, CRES Tech- 
nical Report 61-31, Univ. Kansas Center 
for Research, 102 pp. 

SCHWIND, PAUL J., Instructor 
Articles 

The geography of railroad piggyback opera- 

tinns TrnJKr (It 71 9-9'?7.47 



I. Traffic Qt., 21, 2:237-47. 



SOLZMAN, DAVID M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Waterfront industrial sites : an opportunity 
for industry. Proceedings of the American 
Real Estate and Urban Economic Associa- 
tion. 2:70-80. 1967. 
Some effects of racial change and urban re- 
newal on chain store operations. In The 
impact of urban renewal on small business: 
the Hyde Park-Kenwood case, Center for 
Urban Studies, Univ. Chicago, pp. 163-70. 

TIEDEMANN, CLIFFORD, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With Shin-yi Hsu 

A rational method for delimiting study areas 
for unevenly distributed point phenomena. 
Prof. Geog., 20, pp. 376-81. 
On the classification of cities into equal size 
categories. Ann., Assn. Amer. Geogrs., 58, 
pp. 775-86. 



GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

BAUR, WERNER H., Professor 
Articles 

IVith R. F. Zahrobsky 

On the crystal chemistry of salt hydrates. V. 
The determination of the crystal structure 
of CUS04.3H2O (Bonattite). Acta Cryst., 
B24, 4:508-13. 
With B. Rama Rao 

The crystal structure and the chemical com- 
position of vauxite. Amer. Mineralogist, 53, 
5 and 6:1025-28. 



De MAR, ROBERT E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The Permian Labyrinthodont Amphibian Dis- 

sorophus multicinctus, 3.nd adaptations and 

phylogeny of the Family Dissorophidae. /. 

Paleontology, 42, 5:1210-42, 18 text figs., 

1 pi. 

ELDERS, WILFRED A., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Mantled feldspars from the granites of Wis- 
consin. J. Geology, 7(5:37-49. 
Recent advances in geology, geochemistry and 
ge9physics. 1969 Britannica yearbook of 
science and the future, Encyc. Britannica 
Inc., Chicago, pp. 321-33. 
Reviews 

Selected works: granites and migmatites, by 
J. J. Sederholm. /. Geology, 76:612. 

FORBES, WARREN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With S. H. Y. Wei 

X-ray diffraction analysis of carious dentine 
treated with stannous fluoride. Arch. Oral 
Biology. ii:407-16. 
X-ray diffraction analyses of the reactions 
between intact and powdered enamel and 
several fluoride solutions. /. Dental Re- 
search, 47, 3:471-78. 

McCAMMON, HELEN M., Visiting Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With R. Buchsbaum 

Size and shape variation of three recent 
brachiopods from the Strait of Magellan: 
Biology of the Antarctic Seas III. Ant- 
arctic Research Series, 2:215-25. 

McCAMMON, RICHARD B., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Multiple component and analysis and its 
application in the classification of environ- 
ments. AAPG Bull., 52, 11:2178-96. 
The dendrograph: A new tool for correlation. 
GSA Bull., 79, 11:1663-70. 

SMITH, NORMAN D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Cyclic sedimentation in a Silurian intertidal 

sequence in eastern Pennsylvania. /. 

Sedimentary Petrology, 38, 4:1301-04. 

TILLMANNS, EKKEHART, Visiting 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Eine neue Verbindung im System Barium- 

oxid-Titandioxid. Nattirimssenschaften, 55: 



GERMAN 

JENNINGS, LEE B., Professor 
Articles 

Der aufgespiesste Schmetterling: Justinus 
Kerner und die Frage der psychischen 
Entwicklung. Antaios, iO: 109-31. 
Probleme um Kerners "Seherin von Pre- 
vorst." Ibid., pp. 132-38. 
Reviews 

Notter, Friedrich, Ednard Morike und andere 
Essays, ed. Walter Hagen (Marbach a.N., 
1966); Germanistik, 9:162-63. 



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KAUF, ROBERT, Professor 
Articles 

Das Wiener Volksschauspiel und die "Litera- 

tur." Maske nnd Kothurn, 14:351-53. 
Reviews 

Fasching, by Gerhard Fritsch. Bks. Abroad, 

42:265-66. 
Die Prosa Johannes Urzidils: Zum Ver- 

standnis seines literarischen Werdegangs 

vom Expressionismus zur Gegenwart, by 

Gerhard Trapp. Ibid., 42:429. 
Die Tiir im Fenster, by Peter von Tramin. 

Bks. Abroad. 42:432. 
Die Schrift an der Wand: Tagebiicher 1941 

bis 1946, by Giinther Anders. Ibid., 

42:436. 
Das fiinfte Rad am Thespiskarren II: 

Theaterkritiken, by Friedrich Torberg. 

Ibid., 42:574. 
Ponce de Leon: Ein Lustspiel, by Clemens 

Brentano (Reclam). The German Quar- 
terly, 41:762-63. 
Leben der schwedischen Grafin von G 

by Christian Fiirchtgott Gellert (Reclam). 

Ibid., 41:762. 
Die missbrauchten Liebesbriefe: Xovelle, 

by Gottfried Keller (Reclam). Ibid., 41: 

763-64. 
Deutsche Literatur im 20. Jahrhundert, ed. 

by Otto Mann and Wolfgang Rothe. Ibid., 

41:764. 
An der lauen Donau: Szenen und Spiele, by 

Carl Merz and Helmut Qualtinger. Ibid., 

41:765. 
Herman Meyer's The Poetics of Quotation in 

the European Novel, transl. by Theodore 

and Yetta Ziolkowski. Ibid., 41:764-65. 
Neue deutsche Erzahlgedichte, ed. by Heinz 

Piontek. Ibid., 41:765. 
Gedichte, by August von Platen (Reclam). 

Ibid.. 41:763. 
Das Rollwagenbiichlein, by Georg Wickram 

(Reclam). Ibid., 41:761-62. 

SHAW, LEROY R., Professor 

Articles 

Modern Austrian dramatists on the New 
York stage. In Osterreich und die angel- 
sdchsische Welt: KuJturbegegnungen und 
Vergleiche, vol. II, ed. by Otto Hietsch, 
Vienna, pp. 547-63. 



GRADUATE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION 

KAUVER, GERALD B., Assistant Dean, 

Graduate College 
Articles 

Marlow as liar. Studies in Short Fiction, 

5, 3:290-92. 



HEALTH SERVICE 

KYS.\R, JOHN E., Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry and Director 

The community psychiatrist and large organi- 
zations. Mental Hygiene, 52, 2:210-17. 

The two camps in child psychiatry. Amer. J. 
Psychiatry, 125, 1:103-9. 

Reactions of professions to disturbed chil- 
dren and their parents. Arch. General 
Psychiatry, 19:562-70. 



HISTORY 

EDIE, CAROLYN A., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

A cofEn for King Charles, by C. V. Wedg- 
wood. Amer. Hist. Rev., 75:1148-49. 
Privy Council registers preserved in the 
Public Record Office. Reproduced in fac- 
simile. Volume 1, 1 June — 31 October 
1637. Ibid., 7-^:597-98. 
Vexed and troubled Englishmen 1590-1642, 
by Carl Bridenbaugh. Nezv York Hist., 
49:455-57. 

GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS, Visiting Professor 

Books 

IVith L. C. McKinney, E. H. Pritchard 

Histoire du developpement culturel et sci- 
entifique de I'humanite, Vol. IV: 1300-1775. 
Robert Laffont, Paris, 1118 pp. (in 2 
tomes). Greek translation: UNESCO 
Ekdotikos Organismos, Athens, 1011 pp. 

Articles 

Writing world history. Hist. Teacher, 2, 

1:17-23. 
The Jewish faculty member and the Hillel 
Foundation. In A'ew frontiers for Jezuish 
life on the campus, ed. by Alfred Jospe, 
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, Wash., 
D.C., pp. 68-73. 

HOLLI, MELVIN G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Hazen S. Pingree: a saga of success. Detroit 

Hist. Bull., 24, 5:4-11. 
^Mortimer E. Cooley: technocrat as politician. 
Michigan Hist., 52, 2:133-46. 

HUPPERT, GEORGE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Les Recherches d'Estienne Paspuier Annales 
(Economics, Societes, Civilisations) Janu- 
ary, pp. 69-105. 
Reviews 

The life and works of Louis Le Roy, by 
W. L. Gundersheimer. History and Theory, 
7:151-58. 

JONES, PETER d'A., Professor 
Books 

The Christian Socialist revival, 1877-1914: 
religion, class, and social conscience in 
Late-Victorian England. Princeton Univ. 
Press, Princeton, N.J., 504 pp. 

The robber barons revisited. D.C. Heath, 
Boston, 128 pp. 

La Sociedad Consumidora: Historia del 
Capitalismo Estadounidense. Editioral Pax- 
Z^Iexico, Mexico City, D.F., 544 pp. 
Articles 

The military-industrial complex, 1952-1964. 
In Main problems in American history, 
ed. by Quint, Albertson and Cantor, Dorsey 
Press, Homewood, 111., pp. 370-407. 

LEGON, RONALD P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Megara and Mytilene. Phoeni.r, 22, 3:200- 
25. 

REMINI, ROBERT V., Professor 
Books 

Andrew Jackson and the Bank War. W. W. 
Norton, Inc., N.Y., 192 pp. 
Reviews 

Most uncommon Jacksonians: the radical 



152 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



leaders of the early labor movement, by 
Edward Pessen. /. Amer. Hist., 55:649-50. 

THADEN, E. C, Professor 
Articles 

Liberals versus conservatives in Soviet art 
and literature. In The triangle of power, 
conflict, and accommodation, ed. by Prybyla, 
Penn State, University Park, Pa., pp. 
53-60. 
Reviews 

M. N. Katkov, by Marvin Katz. Russian 
Review, 27:103-4. 

Origins of the Russian intelligentsia, by 
Marc Raeff. Ibid., 26:300-01. 

Rossiia i Evropa, by Nikolai la. Danilevskii. 
Slavic and East Eur. J., 11:502. 

WOLF, JOHN B., Professor 
Books 

Louis XIV. W. W. Norton and Co., N.Y. 
678 pp. 



INFORMATION ENGINEERING 

ARZBAECHER, ROBERT C, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With L. Stark, G. Agarwal, D. Hendry, 

IV. O'Neill, J. Brodkey 
Status of research in biomedical engineering. 

IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., BME-15: 

210-31. 
With R. Dean, R. Price 

Computer analysis of drug-induced changes 

in the electrocardiagram. Proc. of the 21st 

Ann. Conf. on Eng. in Med. and Biol., 

Nov., pp. 40-41. 

CENSOR, DAN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Relativistic doppler broadening diagnostics. 

IEEE Trans, on Nuclear Sci., NS-15:27-30. 
First-order propagation in moving media. 

IEEE Trans, on Microivave Thry. and 

Techniques, MTT-16: 56S-66. 
Scattering by moving objects and scattering 

in moving media. Proc. of the 6th Natl. 

Conv. of Electrical and Electronics Engrs. 

in Israel. Tel Aviv: 467-80. 
With A. Nathan 

Extended y relations with reference to E. _M. 

waves in moving simple media. Ibid., 

498-505. 
Extended V relations with reference to E. M. 

waves in moving simple media. IEEE 

Trans, on Microwave Thry. and Tech- 
niques, M TT-1 6 :8S3-S4. 

CONANT, ROGER C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Channel capacity of Moore automata. Info, 
and Cntrl., 12, 5/6:453-65. 

FERGUSON, JOHN D., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Z. V. Rekasius 

Optimal linear control systems with incom- 
plete state measurements. Proc. of the 
6th Ann. Allerton Conf. on Crct. and 
Sys. Thry.: 671-79. 

GOSE, EARL E., Associate Professor 
See Bioengineering Program. 



MASEK, GERALD A., Instructor 
Articles 

Midbrain single units correlating with pupil 
response to light. Science, J(52: 1301-03. 

REDDY, DEVENDAR C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Eigenfunctions and solutions of sensitivity 
equations. Electronics Ltrs., 4, 13:262. 
With C. K. Sanathanan 

Modal analysis and sensitivity reduction in 
distributed parameter systems. Proc. of the 
6th Ann. Allerton Conf. on Crct. and 
Sys. Thy., pp. 617-18. 

SANATHANAN, CHATHILINGATH K., 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

With D. C. Reddy 

Modal analysis and sensitivity reduction in 
distributed parameter systems. Proc. of the 
6th Ann. Allerton Conf. on Crct. and 
Sys. Thy., pp. 617-18. 
With D. R. MacFarlane, N. A. McNeal 
D. A. Meneley 
Sodium boiling transients in oxide-fueled fast 

reactors. Nucl. Eng. Design, 7, 5:411-26. 
Theoretical study of transient boiling of 
sodium in reactor coolant channels. Proc. 
of the Intnl. Natl. Conf. on Safety of 
Fast Breeder Reactors, Aix-en-Provence, 
France, pp. 15. 1-15.26. 

SMITH, THOMAS M., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. W. Larson, D. L. Sengufta 

Radiation characteristics of a spherical array 

of circularly polarized elements. IEEE 

Trans, on Antennas and Propagation, 

AP-16, 1:2-7. 
With D. L. Scngupta, J. E. Ferris 

Experimental study of a spherical array of 

circularly polarized elements. Proc. of the 

IEEE, 56, 11:2048-51. 

TROELSTRA, ARNE, Associate Professor 
See Bioengineering Program. 



LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
ADMINISTRATION 

LITTLE, ELLIS B., Associate Professor, 

Biological Sciences; Associate Dean 
Articles 
With J. Creaser 

What is the score? /. Educ. Res., 61, 10: 

451-55. 
Epistemic curiosity and man's higher nature. 
Psych. Rpts., 23:615-25. 

LIBRARY 

McCREE, MARY LYNN, Assistant Professor 

Books 

With P. M. Angle 

Prairie state. Impression of Illinois, 1673- 

1967, by travelers and other observers. 

The Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago and 

London, 624 pp. 
Maps (text and chronology) 
With P. M. Angle 

Illinois. History House, Inc. 



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MEIER, MARVIN O., Instructor 
Reviews 

A dictionary of philosophy, ed. by M. Rosen- 
thal and P. Yudin. RQ (American Library 
Assn. Ref. Serv. Div.), 5:65. 

Popular names of U.S. government reports, 
compiled by Donald F. Wilson and William 
P. Kilroy. Ibid., 8:67. 



MARKETING 

FELDMAX, LAURENXE P., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With A. D. Star 

Racial factors in shopping behavior. In A 
new measure of responsibility for market- 
ing, ed. by Cox and Enis, Amer. Market- 
ing Assn., Chicago, pp. 216-26. 

LARSON, CARL M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. Dunne. A. T. Malinosky 

A study of the relationship between quarter 
rank in high school and performance in a 
first semester accounting course. Natl. 
Public Acct., 13, 1:26-28. 
Racial brand usage and media exposure dif- 
ferentials. In A new measure of responsi- 
bility for marketing. 1968 June conference 
proceedings, ed. by Cox and Enis, Amer. 
Marketing Assn., pp. 208-1 S. 

STAR. ALVIN D., Lecturer 

Articles 

IVith L. P. Feldman 

Racial factors in shopping behavior. In A 
new measure of responsibility for market- 
ing., ed. by Cox and Enis, Amer. Market- 
ing Assn., Chicago, pp. 216-26. 

WALES, HUGH G.. Professor 

Books 

With J. S. Dobrovolny, W. 0. Smith, Jr. 

A report on the micro-precision and horo- 

logical educational research project. U.S. 

Dept. HEW, Ofc. of Educ, Bur. of Res., 

Wash., D.C., 249 pp. 
Articles 

Marketing in South Africa. In Comparative 

marketing systems, ed. by Sommers and 

Kernan, Houghton-Mifflin Co., N.Y., pp. 

382-91. 



MATERIALS ENGINEERING 

BELYTSCHKO, TED, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With p. G. Hodge, Jr. 

A program for the yield-point load of arches. 

/. Struct. Div., ASCE, 9-/: 1383-96. 
Numerical methods for the limit analysis of 
plates. /. Apt,l. Mech., 55:796-802. 

BLEWITT. THOMAS H., Professor 

Articles 

With M. E. Fine. J. A. Horak 

Effect of neutron irradiation at 4.5°K on 
Guinier-Preston zone formation in alumi- 
num-zinc alloys. /. Appl. Phys., 39, 1: 
326-35. 

With C. A. Arenberg 

Irradiation hardness in copper. Trans. Japan 
Inst. Metals, 9: (Suppl.) 226-33. 



DOMAGALA, ROBERT F., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With R. Ruh, H. J. Garrett. N. M. Tallan 
The zirconia-hafnia system. /. Amer. Ceramic 

Soc. 15, 1:23-27. 
With J. W. Lenke. R. J. Van Thyne 

Application of the microprobe analyzer to 

biological material investigations. /. Bio- 

med. Mat. Res., 2:389-99. 

DOYLE, JAMES M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. D. O'Neill 

A thin shell deformation analysis of the 
human lens. Vision Research, 5:193-206. 
With S. L. Chu 

Plastic design of flexible conduits. /. Struct. 
Div., ASCE, 9-;: 1935-44. 

MASUR, ERNEST F., Professor 

Articles 

With J. E. Taylor 

Effect of shear deformation on the boundary 
layer of buckled circular plates. /. Appl. 
Mech., ASME. 35, 3:606-7. 

With R. C. Shieh 

Some general principles of dynamic in- 
stability of solid bodies. /. Appl. Math. 
Phys. (ZAMP), 19, 6:927-42. 

MOORE, CHARLES A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Quantitative analysis of naturally occurring 
multicomponent mineral systems by x-ray 
diffraction. Clays and cla\ minerals. Clay 
Minerals Soc., 16, 3:325-36. 

RANGAN, B. VIJAYA, Visiting Lecturer 

Articles 

With K. T. S. Iyengar 

Strength and stiffness of reinforced concrete 

beams under combined bending and torsion. 

Amer. Concrete Inst., SP-18:AQZ-AQ. 

RIMAWI, WALID H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Reexamination of extended theorems of limit 

analysis of anisotropic and non-homogeneous 

solids. Reinforced Concrete J., 7:1-14. 
With T. Mura, S. L. Lee 

A variational method for limit analysis of 

anisotropic and nonhomogeneous solids. 

Proc, 3rd Southeastern Conf. on Theor. 

and Appl. Mech., Pergamon Press, pp. 

57-71. 

SCHEY, JOHN A.. Professor 
Articles 

The more common fabrication processes. In 

Techniques of metals research, ed. by R. 

Bunshah, 1, 3:1409-1538. 

SCHOEBERLE. DANIEL F., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With R. A. Valentin 

Transient therinal stresses associated with 
sudden initiation of internal heat genera- 
tion in an axial segment of a circular 
cylinder. /. Nucl. Eng. and Design, 9. 

SCHULTZ. ALBERT B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Material behavior in wires of 1100 aluminum 



154 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



subjected to transverse impact. J. Appl. 
Mech., J5: 342-48. 

Large dynamic deformations caused by a 
force traveling on an extensive string. 
Intl. J. Solids Struct., 4:799-809. 
With T. C. T. Ting 

Determination of the stress-strain relation in 
a wire under transverse impact. /. Appl. 
Mech., 35:406-8. 
With S. W. Tsai 

Dynamic moduli and damping ratios in fiber- 
reinforced composites. /. Composite Ma- 
terials, 2, 3:368-79. 

SHAH, SURENDRA P., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With S. Chandra 

Critical stress, volume change, and micro- 
cracking of concrete. Journal, AC I, Proc, 
63, 9:770-81. 

TING, THOMAS C. T., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Contact problems in the linear theory of 
viscoelasticity. /. Appl. Mech., 35, 2: 
248-54. 
With A. B. Schultz 

Determination of the stress-strain relation in 
a wire under transverse impact. Ibtd., pp. 
406-8. 
With R. J. Clifton 

The elastic-plastic boundary in one-dimen- 
sional wave propagation. J. Appl. Mech., 
35, 4:812-14. 

WIDERA, OTTO E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

On the dynamic theory of anisotropic cylin- 
drical shells. Proc. Intnl. Cong. Acoustics, 
Part IV, G: 25-28. 
With C. H. Wu 

A boundary layer theory for the end prob- 
lem of a circular cylinder. /. Eng. Math., 
2:343-53. 

WU, CHIEN H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A nonlinear boundary layer for shells of 
revolution. Intnl. J. Eng. Sci., 6, 5:265-81. 

The strongest circular arch — a perturbation 
solution. /. Appl. Mech., 35, 3:476-80. 
With O. E. Widera 

A boundary layer analysis for the end prob- 
lem of a circular cylinder. /. Eng. Math., 
2:343-53. 



MATHEMATICS 

DWINGER, PHILIP, Professor 
Articles 

On a class of reflective subcategories. Indag. 
Math., 30, 1:36-45. 

Generalized post algebras. Bull, de I'Acade- 
mie Polonaise des Sciences Seriel des Sci- 
ences Math., Astr. et Phys., 16, 7:559-65. 

FEDER, SAMUEL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

The reduced symmetric product of projective 

spaces and the embedding problem. Bull. 

Soc. Mat. Mex., pp. 76-80. 



FEINSTEIN, IRWIN K., Professor 
Bool(s 

New Math II. Whitman Pub. Co., Racine, 

Wisconsin, 64 pages. 
New Math III. Ibid., 64 pp. 
Reviews 

Basic mathematics for elementary teachers, 
by Ward D. Bowsma, Clyde G. Corle and 
Davis F. Clemson. Arith. Teacher, 15, 4: 
376-77. 

FRANK, EVELYN, Professor 
Articles 

Continued fraction expansions with real 
numerical elements. Revista da Faculdade 
de Ciencias de Lisboa (2) A, 12:25-40. 
Reviews 

Matrizenkettenbriiche, by Pia Pflunger. Math. 

Rev., Jd:1309. 
Matrices and linear transformations, by 
Charles G. Cullen. Zlb. Math., 139:25-26. 

HARRIS, MORTON E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

A normalizer condition on a finite group. 
Rend. Mat., 1:1-4. 

HERING, CHRISTOPH H., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Zweifach transitive permutationsgruppen, in 
denen 2 die maximale Anzahl von Fix- 
punkten ist. Math. Zeitschr., 104:150-74. 
Uber projektive Ebenen vom Lenz-Typ III. 
Ibid., 105:219-25. 

ITO, NOBORU, Professor 

Articles 

On a class of doubly, but not triply transi- 
tive permutation groups. Archiv der 
Mathematih, 18:564-70. 

KANTOR, WILLIAM, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

4-homogeneous groups. Math. Zeitschr., 103: 
67-68. 

KANTOROVITZ, SHMUEL, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

The C^classification of certain operators in 
Lp. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc, iJ2: 323-33. 
Local C°-operational calculus. /. Math. Mech., 
17:181-88. 

KNIGHTEN, ROBERT LEE, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

An application of categories of fractions to 
homotopy theory. In Reports of the Mid- 
west Category Seminar II. Springer- Ver- 
lag. Lecture Notes in Mathematics No. 61, 
pp. 62-68. 

LASHER, SIM, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

On Peano derivatives in LP(En). Studia 
Math., 29:195-201. 

MILGRAM. JAMES R., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With M. Mahowald 

Embedding real projective spaces. Ann. Math. 
87:411-22. 
With M. Mahowald, S. Gitler 

The non immersion problem for RP° and 



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hiffher-order cohomology operations. Proc. 
Natl. Acad. ScL, 60:43^-37. 
Steenrod squares and higher Massey products. 
Bol. Soc. Mat. Mex., 12:1-27. 

MOELLER, JAMES W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The inner function in Rota's Model. Acta 

Scientiarum Mathematicarum (Szeged), 

29:87-90. 

PATHAK, PRAMOD K., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

PVith R. N. Pillai 

On a characterization of the normal law. 
Sankhyd, iO^: 141-44. 

SANDLER, REUBEN, Associate Professor 

Books 

With A. A. Albert 

An introduction to finite projective planes. 
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., 98 pp. 

SEITZ, GARY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Finite groups having only one irreducible 
representation of degree greater than one. 
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc, 10, April, pp. 
459-61. 

TWERSKY, VICTOR, Professor 

Articles 

With C. I. Beard, T. H. Kays 

Scattering by random distributions of spheres 
vs. concentration. IEEE Trans. Ant. Prop- 
agation, AP-15, i:99-118. 
With J. E. Burke, T. H. Kays, J. L. Kulp 
Scattering by two-component random distri- 
butions of spheres. Applied Optics, 7, 
12:2392-2400. 
Scattering by discrete random media. In 
Proc. of the symposium on turbulence of 
fluids and plasma, ed. by Jerome Fox, 
Polytechnic Press, N.Y., pp. 1-19. 
Turbulence of fluids and plasmas: report. 
Applied Optics, 7, 9:1810,1817,1818. 



MUSIC 

KADERAVEK, MILAN, Instructor 
Music 

Let my prayer come like incense, for TBB 
and organ accompaniment. World Library 
Publications, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, 11 pp. 
Talk not to me, for SATB chorus a cappella. 
Westwood Press, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, 
6 pp. 



PHILOSOPHY 

DICKIE, GEORGE T., Professor 
Articles 

Art narrowly and broadly speaking. Amer. 

Philos. Qt., S, 1:71-77. 
I. A. Richard's phantom double. Brit. J. 

Aesthetics, 8, 1:54-59. 
Meaning and intention. Genre, 1, 3:182-89. 
Reviews 

Validity in interpretation, by E. D. Hirsch, 

Jr. /. of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 

24, 4:550-52. 

MARCUS, RUTH BARCAN, Professor 
Articles 

Modal logic. In Contemporary philosophy. 



ed. by Klibansky, Firenze, Firenze, La 
Muova, Italia, pp. 87-103. 

SKYRMS, BRIAN F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With N. Reseller 

A methodological problem in the evaluation 
of explanation. Nous, 2, May, pp. 121-29. 
Supervaluations, identity, existence, and in- 
dividual concepts. J. Phil., 65, Aug., pp. 
477-82. 

THALBERG, IRVING, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Verbs, deeds and what happens to us. The- 
oria, 23, 3:259-77. 1967. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN 

BERRAFATO, PETER R., Professor 

Articles 

Rating an intramural basketball referee. In 
19th Ann. Conf. Proceedings, 1968 Na- 
tional Intramural Assn., pp. 32-35. 



PHYSICS 

BERNSTEIN, SEYMOUR, Professor 
Articles 

With T. F. Hoang, D. P. Partly, J. J. Phelan, 
A. Roberts, others 
Ki°Ki° threshold enhancement in tt" p -» 
Ki°Ki°n at 4 and 5 GeV/c. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 21:316-19. 

BODMER, ARNOLD R., Professor 
Articles 

With S. AH 

The AA Hypernucleus 6He. II. Nuovo 
Cimento, 50:511. aa 

EDELSTEIN, ALAN S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Spin compensation in an element, cerium. 

Phys. Rev. Letters, 20:1348-51. 
Observation of a Kondo effect in a con- 
centrated system. Physics Letters, 27 A: 
614-15. 

GARLAND, JAMES, Associate Professor 

Articles 

Effect of lattice disorder on the supercon- 
ducting transition temperature. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 21, 18:1315-19. 

GARRELL, MARTIN H., Visiting Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With U. Timm, L. Criegee, W. Zimmermann, 
H. Sadrozinski 
Rho production with polarized photons. 

Physics Letters, 28B, 4:283-85. 
Collimation tests on a coherent photon beam 
from a silicon target. Ibid., 2:140-42. 

KRIEGER, STEPHAN J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. W. Nestor, Jr.. K. T. R. Davies, 

M. Baranger 
An effective nucleon-nucleon potential for 

use in nuclear Hartree-Fock calculations. 

Nuclear Physics, A113:U-26. 



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McLEOD, DONALD W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With T. F. Hoang, D. P. Eartly, I. J. Phelan, 

A. Roberts, others 
Ki°Ki° threshold enhancement in •tt- p -> 

Ki-'Ki'n at 4 and 5 GeV/c. Phys. Rev. 

Letters, 2J: 316-19. 



MARGULIES, SEYMOUR, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Fitting experimental data using the method 
of least squares. Rev. Sci. Instr., 39:478. 
With T. F. Hoang, D. P. Eartly, J. J. Phelan, 
A. Roberts, others 
Ki°Ki° threshold enhancement in 77— p -> 
Ki°Ki°n at 4 and 5 GeV/c. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 2J: 316-19. 
With J. J. Phelan 

On the parametrization of resonances occur- 
ring near threshold. Nuovo Cimento, 58 A: 
S04. 

MATZKANIN, GEORGE A., Visiting Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With P. J. Haigh, P. C. Cane pa, T. A. Scott 
Nuclear resonance in the solid methylamines. 

I. /. Chem. Phys., 48, 9:4234-41. 
With M. Kusniets, Y. Baskin 

Knight shifts of ^^p in the paramagnetic 

state of the UP-US solid solutions. Phvsics 

Letters, 28A, 2:122-23. 

SCHREIBER, DAVID S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With J. P. Kopp 

Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of mag- 
netic properties of light rare earth hy- 
drides. /. Appl. Phys., 38:1373. 1967. 
Proton knight shifts in the light rare earth 
hydrogen systems. Phvsics Letters, 24 A: 
323. 1967. 
With L. D. Graham 

Local moment saturation in a dilute giant 
moment alloy. /. Appl. Phys., 39:963. 
With E. Von Meerwall 

NMR in high concentration vanadium hy- 
dride: VH„ X < 2. Physics Letters, 27A: 
574. 1 

SHARMA, RAM R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

On the alpha-function technique for two- 
center integrals. J. Math. Phys., 9:505. 
Binding energy of the excitonic molecule. 

Phys. Rev., 170:77Q. 
Binding energy of the positronium molecule. 

Ibid., 171:36. 
Spin-lattice coupling constants of an Fe^+ ion 
in MeO. Ibid., 176:467. 
With T. P. Das. R. Orbach 

The zero-field splitting of S-state ions. III. 
Solid solutions and crystals under uniaxial 
stress. Ibid., 171:378. 

SOLOMON, JULIUS 

Articles 

With G. A. Saver, E. F. Beall, T. J. Devlin. 
P. Shepard' 
Measurements of total cross sections for 
K2° mesons on protons and selected nuclei 
from 168 to 343 MeV/c and measurement 
of K2° meson life. Phys. Rev., 169, 
1045-73. 



With P. E. Boynton, T. J. Devlin, 
V. Pones-Mendez 
Double charge exchange of positive -n mesons 
on complex nuclei. Ibid., 174:1^83-92. 

VARGA, BENDEGUZ, B., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With S. Eckstein 

Dispersion of phonons in Me^. Phys. Rev. 
Letters, 2i: 1311-14. 

VEZZETTI, DAVID J., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. J.F. Siegert 

On the ising model with long range inter- 
action. /. Math. Phys., 9:2173-93. 

WINSBERG, LESTER, Professor 

Articles 

With J. A. Panontin, L. L. Schwartz, 
A. F. Stehney, E. P. Steinberg 
Nuclear recoil in the C^2(p, pn)C^' reaction. 
II. Energy distribution. Phys. Rev., 169: 
851-59. 

With J. M. Alexander 

Some equations for analysis of recoil experi- 
ments. In Nuclear chemistry, ed. by L. 
Yaffee, Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 340-49. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BEAM, GEORGE D., Assistant Professor 
Books Edited 

With J. C. Bvechner 

Readings on American government: concepts 
in context. Wadsworth Pub. Co., Inc., 
Belmont, California, 398 pp. 

GOODALL, LEONARD E., Associate 

Professor 
Books 

The American metropolis. Charles E. Merrill 

Pub. Co., Columbus, Ohio, 246 pp. 
Handbook for mayors and councilmen (rev. 
ed._). Institute of Public Administration, 
Arizona State Univ., Tempe, Arizona, 
43 pp. 
Articles 

Emerging political patterns in Southwestern 
cities. In Urbanisation in the South'west, 
ed. by Clyde T. Wingfield, Texas Western 
Press, El Paso, pp. 33-42. 
Reviews 

Cities in a race with time, by Jeanne Lowe. 
Psychology Today, 3, 2:70-71. 

GRABER, DORIS A., Associate Professor 
Books 

Public opinion, the president, and foreign 
policy. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., 
374 pp. 
Articles 

La controversia del Vietnam. El Colombiano, 
March, pp. 1-4. 

KEENAN, BOYD R., Professor 
Articles 

High energy administration: big science 

model for the future. In Public Admin. 

Rev.. 28, 3:250-55. 
Reviews 

The politics of research, by Richard J. 

Barber. Midwest T. Pali. Sci., 12, 1: 

147-50. 



CHICAGO CIRCLE 157 



Contracting for atoms, by Harold Orlans. 
Ibid., pp. 147-50. 

Reflections on big science, by Alvin M. Wein- 
berg. Ibid., pp. 147-50. 

SHANNON, W. WAYNE, Assistant Professor 
Books 

Party, constituency and congressional voting. 

Louisiana State Univ. Press, Baton Rouge, 

202 pp. 
Articles 

Electoral margins and voting behavior in the 

House of Representatives: the case of the 

Eighty-sixth and Eighty-seventh Congresses. 

/. Politics, 30, 4:1028-45. 

SIMPSON, DICK W., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Political change in a West African state, by 
Martin Kilson. /. Politics, 29, 3:673-74. 



TACHAU. FRANK, Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Golden river to golden road: society, culture 

and change in the Middle East, by R. 

Patai. Choice, 5, 10:1379. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

ASH, PHILIP, Professor 
Articles 

State psychology board examining practices. 
Amer. Psychol., 23, 10:764-65. 
Reviews 

Conflict in human relations, by R. J. Hacon. 
/. Business, 40, 1:110. 

BERKSON, GERSHON B., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Maturation defects in kittens. Amer. J. Ment. 

Defic, T2:7S7-77. 
Weight and tooth development during the 
first year. Macaca irtis. Lab. Ani. Care, 
18:352-55. 
Development of abnormal stereotyped be- 
haviors. Develotm. PsychobioL, i: 118-32. 

DAVIS, JOHN D., Associate Professor 
Articles 

IVith G. Litlensky, N. E. Miller 

Comparative studies of barbiturate self-ad- 
ministration. Intnl. J. Addiction, J:207-14. 

With C. Olifhant 

Test of the information theory of secondary 
reinforcement. Proc. 76th Ann. Conv. 
APA, i: 137-38. 

DOMINOWSKI, ROGER L., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Anagram solving as a function of letter- 
sequence information. /. Ext'. Psychol., 76, 
1:78-83. 
Stimulus memory in concept attainment. 
Psychon. Sci., 10. 10:359-60. 
IVith B. R. Ekstrand 

Solving words as anagrams: II. A clarifica- 
tion. J. Exp. Psychol., 77, 4:552-58. 
With H. Gadlin 

Imagery in paired-associate learning. Canad. 
J. Psychol., 22, 5:336-48. 



FARBER, I. E., Professor 

Articles 

With J. S. Brown 

Secondary motivational systems. In Annual 
review of psychology, vol. 19, ed. by 
Farnsworth, Rosenzeig, and Poleska, An- 
nual Reviews, Inc., Palo Alto, Calif., pp. 
99-127. 

FREED]MAN, PHILIP E., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With Nan E. McGehee 

Facilitation of paired-associate learning by 
non-verbal mediators. Psvchol. Rpt.. 23: 
595-600. 
With B. S. Callahan 

Discriminative compartmental CSs in shuttle- 
box avoidance acquisition. Psvchon. Sci., 
12:341-42. 
With T. Kamowski 

An inexpensive silent unlocking device for 
manipulanda. Behav. Res. Meth. Instr., 
1:34. 

SEGAL, EVALYN F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. L. Oden 

Concurrent facilitation of food-reinforced, 
spaced licking and depression of schedule- 
induced, polyaipsic licking by amphetamine. 
Psychon. Sci., iO: 155-56. 

TYLER, THOMAS A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. W. Fiske 

Homogeneity indices and test length. Educ. 
and Psycholog. Measurement, 28:767-77. 

WYER, ROBERT S., JR., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Behavioral correlates of academic achieve- 
ment: II. Pursuit of individual vs. group 
goals in a decision-making task. /. Educ. 
Psychol., 59:74-81. 

Effects of task reinforcement, social rein- 
forcement, and task difficulty on persever- 
ance in achievement-related activity. /. 
Pers. Soc. Psychol., 8:269-76. 
With M. Dermer 

Effect of context and instructional set upon 
evaluations of personality-trait adjectives. 
Ibid.. 9:7-14. 

The effects of information redundancy on 
evaluations of social stimuli. Psychon. Sci., 
13:245-46. 
With O. J. Harvey, J. W. Reich 

Effects of attitude direction, _ attitude in- 
tensity and structure of beliefs upon dif- 
ferentiation. J. Pers. Soc. Psychol., 10: 
472-78. 



SOCIAL WORK 

DINWOODIE, ADELAIDE, Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

IP'ith D. Pappenfort, D. Kilpatrick 

Children in institutions, 1966: a research 
note. In Social Serv. Rev.. 42:252-60. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Population of children's residential institu- 
tions in the United States. Center for 
Urban Studies, Univ. Chicago, 31 pp. 



158 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



GRUENER, JENNETTE R., Professor 

Articles 

Values of social work students in two cul- 
tures. In Social work education reports, 
16, 1, 44:57-59. 

MAGNER, GEORGE \V., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Behavioral science for social workers, by 
Edwin J. Thomas (ed.). Social ivork, 13, 
4:115-16. 

TILLMAN, NAOMI L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

A framework for planning. In Day care for 
children in Chicago: needs and resources 
by community areas, Welfare Council of 
Metropolitan Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 
MS. 

WILLE. L. JANE, Professor 
Reviews 

School children in the urban slum, by Joan I. 

Roberts. Social Serv. Rev., 43, 2:280. 
Education for the disadvantaged, by Harry L. 
Miller. Social Serv. Rev., 43, 2:281. 



SOCIOLOGY 

JOHNSTONE, JOHN W. C, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With L. Rosenberg 

Sociological observations on the privileged 

adolescent. In Understanding adolescence, 

ed. by J. F. Adams, Allyn and Bacon, 

Boston, pp. 318-36. 
Reviews 

The foreign language press in Australia, 

1848-1964. by Miriam Gilson and Jerzy 

Zubrzucki. Atncr. J. Soc, 73, 5:654-55. 
Citizenship and television, by J. G. Blumler, 

John Madge. Pub. Opinion Qt., 32, 3: 

545-46. 

LITTLE, ROGER W., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Military organization and national service. 
In National service, ed. by Donald J. 
Eberly, Russell Sage Foundation, N.Y., pp. 
81-95. 

Basic education and youth socialization in 
the armed forces. Amer. J. Orthopsychi- 
atry, 38, 5:869-76. 

Rangsysteme in Amerikanischen militar. 
Kolner Zeitschrift, Sonderheft 12:187-98. 

McKINLAY, RICHARD J., Instructor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With Ethel Shanas 

Austin: civil rights and integration in a 
Chicago community. Community and 
Family Study Center, Univ. Chicago, 
S3 pp. 

OPPENHEIMER, VALERIE, Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The sex-labeling of jobs. Industrial Rela- 
tions, 7, 3:219-34. 

SHANAS, ETHEL, Professor 
Books 

With P. Tozvnscnd, D. Wedderburn, H. Friis, 
J. Stehouzuer 
Old people in three industrial societies. 



Atherton and Routledge Kegan Paul, N.Y. 
and London, 478 pp. 
Books Edited 

With J. Madge 

Methodological problems in cross-national 
studies in aging. S. Karger, Basel and 
N.Y., 113 pp. 
Articles 

A note on restriction of life space: attitudes 
of age cohorts. /. Health and Social Be- 
havior, 9, 1:86-90. 

Problems in the organization and design of 
cross-national studies in aging. In Meth- 
odological problems in cross-national re- 
search in aging, ed. by Shanas and Madge. 
S. Karger, Basel and N.Y., pp. 1-13. 

Discussion following Donald L. Spence's 
paper. In The retirement process, ed. by 
Carp, U.S. Govt. Printing Ofc, Wash., 
D.C., pp. 77-82. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With R. McKinlay 

Austin: civil rights and integration in a 
Chicago community. Community and 
Family Study Center, Univ. Chicago, 53 pp. 
Reviews 

Culture and aging, by M. Clark and B. 
Anderson. A.S.R., 33, 3:481. 

VANECKO, JAMES J., Instructor 

Articles 

With R. L. Grain 

Elite influence in school desegregation. In 
City politics and public policy, ed. by 
James O. Wilson, John Wiley and Sons, 
N.Y., pp. 127-49. 

Reviews 

The segregated covenant, by Willima Os- 
borne. Sociological Analysis, 20:109-11. 



SPANISH, ITALIAN, AND PORTUGUESE 

BRAUN. LUCILLE V., Assistant Professor of 

Spanish 
Articles 

With M. Schwars 

New course in romance literature. Foreign 
Language Courier, 40:1Q-IZ. 

El SAFFAR, RUTH S., Assistant Professor of 

Spanish 
Articles 

The function of the fictional narrator in Don 

Quijote. Modern Language Notes, 83, 2: 

164-77. 

SANCHEZ, JOSE, Professor 
Books 

Linguafilms. A directory of 16mm films of 
Spain and Latin America. Imprenta Ceron, 
Mexico City, 66 pp. 
Reviews 

Al pie de las letras, by Guillermo de Torre. 
Hispania, ■/: 929-30. 



STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICE 

BAER, JEAN H., Associate Professor of 

Education 
Articles 

New directions for the role of counselor in 

a small college. /. Kansas Med. Society, 

69, 9:438-41. 



CHICAGO CIRCLE 159 



BERMAN, LOUIS A., Associate Professor of 
Psychology 

Books 

Jews and intermarriage; a study in per- 
sonality and culture. Thomas Yoseloff, 
A. S. Barnes and Co., Cranbury, N.J., 
707 pp. 

Articles 

Decorum, prudery, and intermarriage. Re- 
constructionist, 34, 8:7-14. 

CREASER, JAMES W., Instructor in 

Psychology 
Articles 
With E. B. Little 

Undercorrection for chance success on mul- 
tiple-choice examinations. Improving Col- 
lege and University Teaching, 16:106-9. 
What is the score? /. Educ. Res., di: 45 1-55. 
Epistemic curiosity and man's higher nature. 
Psych. RMS., 25:615-25. 

JOHNSON, JOHN E., Reading Therapist- 
Counselor 
Articles 

Improving habits of study-reading. Western 
Coll. Rdg. Assn., 2, 1:5-6. 

WOLF, THETA H., Counselor, Lecturer in 

Psychology 
Articles 

An individual who made a difference. In 
Readings in educational psychologv, ed. by 
" " r, CM., St. Tohr • 

N.Y., pp. 152-55. 



Readings in educatu 

Rev. John B. Murray, C.M., St. John's 



Univ. Press, J 



SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

AGARWAL, CYAN C, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. Arzhaecher, J. Brodkey. D. Hendry, 
W. D. O'Neill, L. Stark 
Status of research in biomedical engineering. 
IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., BME, 15: 
210-31. 
With J. Schofer 

Systems teams. Consulting Engineer, 30: 
135-39. 
With B. Berman, M. Hogins, P. Lohnbeig, 
L. Stark 
Achilles tendon reflex in normal human sub- 
jects. Presbvterian-St. Liikc's Hosp. Med. 
Bull., 7:74-93. 

O'NEILL, WILLIAM D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. Stark 

Triple function ocular monitor. /. Opt. Soc. 
Amer., 58, 4:570-73. 
With J. Doyle 

A thin shell deformation analysis of the hu- 
man lens. Vision Research, <?: 193-206. 
With G. Agarwal. R. Arsbaecher, J. Brodkey, 
D. Hendry, L. Stark 
Status of research in biomedical engineering. 
IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., BME, IS: 
210-31. 

SCHOFER, JOSEPH L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. N. Thomas 

Information requirements for evaluating the 
social impacts of transportation. In Trans- 
portation: a service. The New York 
Academy of Sciences, N.Y., pp. 101-17. 
Strategies for the evaluation of alternative 
transportation plans. Urban Transportation 



Planning, AASHO Conference Proceedings, 
February, 1968, pp. 1-25. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With E. N. Thomas 

Prospects for innovative urban systems con- 
trol. Center for Urban Studies, Univ. 111. 
at Chicago Circle, Project H-980, U.S. 
Department of Housing and Urban Devel- 
opment, 44 pp. 

URBAN STUDIES 

GARRISON, WILLIAM L., Professor 
Books Edited 

With D. F. Marble 

Quantitative geography. Vol. I. Studies in 
Geography, Dept. of Geography, North- 
western Univ., Evanston, 111., 288 pp. 1967. 

Quantitative geography. Vol. II. Ibid., 323 
pp. 
Articles 

Identifying alternative urban environments. 
In Science, engineering, and the city, a 
symposium sponsored jointly by the Na- 
tional Academy of Sciences and the Na- 
tional Academy of Engineering, publication 
1498. National Academy of Sciences, 
Washington, D.C., pp. 99-102. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With J. L. Schofer 

Prospects for innovative urban systems con- 
trol. Center for Urban Studies. Uni. 111. 
at Chicago Circle, Project H-980, U.S. 
Department of Housing and Urban De- 
velopment, 44 pp. 

THOMAS, EDWIN N., Professor 

Books 

With J. L. Schofer 

Strategies for the evaluation of alternative 
transportation plans. Report to National 
Cooperative Highway Research Program, 
Highway Research Board, National Re- 
search Council, Project 8-4, Transportation 
Center, Northwestern Univ., Evanston, 111., 
296 pp. 

Articles 

Transportation challenges. JHSGT, 2, 1: 

8-21. 
A system treatment of non-rail transit. Ap- 
pendix C to Decision and performance cri- 
teria for improved non-rail iirban mass 
transit facilities and related urban transpor- 
tation systems. Report to Department of 
Housing and Urban Development by the 
Highway Research Board, Div. Engineer- 
ing, National Research Council, National 
Acad. Sciences, Wash., D.C., pp. 93-109. 

JVith J. L. Schofer 

Toward the development of more responsive 
urban and transportation system models. 
JHSGT, 1, 2:154-201. 
Information requirements for evaluating the 
social impacts of transportation. In Trans- 
portation: a service, The New York 
Academy of Sciences, N.Y., pp. 101-17. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

University responses to urban conditions: 
supportive relationships between HUD and 
the communitv. Center for Urban Studies, 
Univ. III. at Chicago Circle, Project H-980, 
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban 
Development, 66 pp. 

With others 

A goal achievement framework for implemen- 
tation of social-physical planning in the 
City of Chicago. Center for Urban Studies, 
Univ. Chicago, 202 pp. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER 



BARGHUSEN, HERBERT R., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The lower jaw of Cynodonts (Reptilia, 

Therapsida) and the evolutionary origin 

of mammal-like addjuctor jaw musculature. 

Postilla (Peabody Museum, Yale Univ.), 

116:1-49. 

LIEM. KAREL F., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Geographical and taxonomic variation in the 
pattern of natural sex reversal in the 
teleost fish order Symbranchiformes. /. 
ZooL, London, 156:225-38. 
With G. W. Barlow, W. Wickler 

Babibae: A new fish family — behavioral, 
osteological and developmental evidence. 
Ibid., pp. 415-47. 

MacRAE, EDITH K., Professor 

Articles 

With G. D. Meets 

Ammoniacal silver staining of the erythro- 
poietic cells of the check. /. Histochem. 
Cytochem., J<5:14S-SO. 
Reviews 

The cell biology of hydra, by Thomas L. 
Lentz, Yale. /. Biol. Med., 49:249. 

REYNOLDS, SAMUEL R. M., Professor 

and Head 
Articles 

With E. Freese, J. Bieniarz, 

R. Caldeyro-Barcia, C. Mcndes-Bauer, 
L. Escarcena 

Multiple simultaneous intervillous space pres- 
sures recorded in several regions of the 
hemochorial placenta in relation to func- 
tional anatomy of the fetal cotyledon. 
Ainer. J. Obstet. and Gynecol., 102, S: 
1128-34. 

The female reproductive system. In Repro- 
duction and se.vual behavior, Indiana Univ. 
Press, Bloomington, Chapter 5. 

The umbilical cord. In The search for under- 
standing, ed. by Caryl P. Haskins, Carnegie 
Institution of Washington (Distributed bv 
Walker, New York), p. 330. 

REYNOLDS, W. ANN, Associate Professor 

Books 

With G. W. Parker, R. Reynolds 

Mitosis and meiosis. Educational Methods, 
Chicago, 145 pp. 
Articles 

Teaching in four-year colleges and univer- 
sities. Amer. Biol. Teacher, 33:276-79. 
With R. M. Pitkin, R. C. Burchell 

Contribution to amniotic fluid. Amcr. J. 
Obstet. and Gynecol., 100:834-38. 

SCHMIDT, ANTHONY J., Professor 
Books 

Cellular biology of vertebrate regeneration 
and repair. Univ. Chicago Press. 

Van ALTEN, PIERSON J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With W. A. Cain, R. A. Good, M. D. Cooper 
Gamma globulin production and antibody syn- 



thesis in chickens bursectomized as em- 
bryos. Nature, 2i7: 358-60. 

With H. J. Meuwissen, F. H. Bach, 
R. A. Good 
Influence of thymus and bursa on in vitro 
Imphocyte function. In Birth defects, 
(original article series IV), ed. by D. 
Bergsma and R. A. Good, pp. 253-56. 

With A. M. Conway, A. A. Hirata 

Passive cutaneous anaphylactic like reactions 
in young chicks. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. 
and Med., 129:694-96. 



ASSOCIATED MEDICAL SCIENCES 

FIORELLA, BEVERLY J., Instructor, 
Curriculum in Medical Technology 
Books Edited 
With Others 

Medical technology, a series, Lea and 

Febiger, Philadelphia. 
Anti-microbial agents. Vol. 1, No. 3, 232 pp. 
Instrumental analysis using spectroscopy, 

Vol. 2, No. 1, 165 pp. 
Instrumental analysis using physical agents, 
Vol. 2, No. 2, 179 pp. 

FISHER, LAWRENCE A., Professor of Edu- 
cational Psychology and Acting Director, 
School of Associated Medical Sciences 
Articles 

Training techniques in medical education — 
recent development in international tech- 
niques in general. Indian J. Med. Educ, 
7, 1,2:71-74. 

Teacher training programme for medical edu- 
cation — the Illinois programme. Ibid., 
2:106-8. 

FRENCH, RUTH M., Asst. Professor and 

Director, Curriculum in Medical 

Technology 
Books 

Dynamics of health care. McGraw-Hill 

Book Co., N.Y., 140 pp. 
Books Edited 
With Others 

Medical technology, a series, Lea and Febiger, 

Philadelphia. 
Anti-microbial agents. Vol. 1, No. 3, 232 pp. 
Instrumental analysis using spectroscopy. 

Vol. 2, No. 1, 165 pp. 
Instrumental analysis using physical agents, 

Vol. 2, No. 2, 179 pp. 
Articles 

Education is becoming. Amer. J. Med. Tech., 

j/: 297-301. 
Reviews 

Learning medical terminology step by step, 

by C. G. Young and J. D. Barger. Ibid., 

p. 128. 
Complete planning for college, by Sidney 

Sulkin. Ibid., p. 486. 
Medicare in hospitals: issues and prospects, 

by H. M. and A. R. Somers. Ibid., p. 623. 
Elementary principles of instruments, by 

Leslie Lee. Audio-Visual Lib. Bull. Suppl., 

p. 5. 
Self-instruction in medical education, by 

Jerome Lysaught. Ibid., p. 6. 
Teacher-made tests, by John Green. Ibid., 

p. 7. 
Test scores and what they mean, by Howard 

Lyman. Ibid., p. 7. 



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BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

ARSENIS, CHARALAMPOS, Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

IVith 0. Touster 

Purification and properties of an acid nucle- 
otidase from rat liver lysosomes. /. Biol. 
Chem., 243:o702-%. 

With T. Maniatis, O. Touster 

Intramitochondrial localization of the nicotin- 
amide adenine dinucleotide and nicotinam- 
ide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-depen- 
dent xylitol dehydrogenases. Ibid., pp. 
4396-99. 

BEZKOROVAIXY, AXATOLY, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With D. Grohlich, C. M. Gerheck 

Some physical-chemical properties of reduced- 
alkylated and sulphitolysed human serum 
transferrins and hens-egg conalbumin. Bio- 
chemistry, 110, 4:765-70. 

BINKLEY, STEPHEN B., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Books 

With M. E. Rafelson 

Basic biochemistry. The Macmillan Co., N.Y., 
383 pp. 
Articles 
With W. Asbnn 

Synthesis of S-substituted pyrimidines. II. 
/. Org. Chem., Ji: 140-42. 
With C. Carpenter 

Effect of p-fluorophenylalanine on chromosome 
replication in Escherichia coli. J. Bacter., 
96, 4:939-49. 
With C. Hershberger 

Chemistry and metabolism of 3-deoxy-d- 
mannooctulosonic acid. I. Stereochemical 
determination. /. Biol. Chem., 243, 
7:1578-84. 
Chemistry and metabolism of 3-deoxy-d-man- 
nooctulosonic acid. II. Pratical snythesis 
and stability. Ibid., pp. 1585-88. 

BRUNNGRABER, ERIC G., Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With G. Whitney 

Effect of ionic strength of eluting agents on 
behavior of sialomucopolysaccharides from 
rat brain on Sephadex G-200. J. Chroma- 
tog., 32:749-50. 

CENTURY, BERNARD, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. K. Horwitt 

Effect of dietary lipid upon some enzymes of 

significance in biogenic amine metabolism 

in the rat. /. Nutrition, 95:509-16. 
With K. Rupp 

Comment on microfluorometric determination 

of monoamine oxidase. Biochem. Pharm., 

17:2012. 

COLE, EDMOND R., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Hydrolysis of L-histidine methyl ester. I. 
The action of thrombin. Thromb. Diath. 
Haemorrhag., 19, 3/4:321-33. 

Hydrolysis of L-histidine methyl ester. II. 
Activity of various proteolytic enzymes 
with special reference to activators of 
human plasminogen. Ibid., pp. 334-45. 



DUBIX, ALVIX, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. Berman, V. Valavanis 

A micromethod for determination of lead in 
blood. Clin. Chem., 14, 3:239-42. 
With B. G. Sy, G. Dunea, F. Steigmann 

The effect of glucose infusion on ammonia 
metabolism in liver failure. Amer. I. Med. 
Sci., 256, 2:91-96. 
A brief reminder of the role of body electro- 
lytes. Chicago Med., 71:23. 

HANLON, MARY SUE, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With I. M. Klotz 

Near infra red spectroscopy in structural 
problems in biochemistry. Devel. Appl. 
Spectroscopy, 6:219-24. 
With E. O. Major 

Conformational studies on polyriboadenylic 
acid in ethylene glycol. Biochemistry, 7, 
12:4350-58. 
With B. B. Massie, E. B. Titchener 

Simultaneous schlieren and rayleigh inter- 
ference optics in analytical ultracentrifu- 
gation. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 128, 
3:753-61. 

HARRISON, WILLIAM H., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With W. W. Whisler, B. J. Hill 

Catecholamine oxidation and ionization prop- 
erties indicated from H+ release, ^H ex- 
change, and spectral changes which occur 
during ferricyanide oxidation. Biochem- 
istry, 7, 9:3089-94. 
With L. E. Scheving, P. Gordon, I. E. Pauly 
Daily fluctuation (circadian and ultradian) 
in biogenic amines of the rat brain. Amer. 
J. Physiol., 214, 1:166-73. 
With L. E. Scheving, J. E. Pauly 

A circadian rhythm in epinephrine levels in 
the rat suprarenal gland. Ibid., 215. 4:799- 
802. 

HAYASHI. JAMES A., Professor 

Articles 

With J. K. Pinter, A. N. Bahn 

Extracellular streptococcal neuraminidase. /. 
Bacterial., 95, 4:1491-92. 
With A. E. Kennedy, I. L. Shklair. 
A. N. Bahn 
Antibodies to cariogenic streptococci in man. 
Arch. Oral Biol., iJ: 1275-80. 

HOR^VITT, MAX K., Professor 
Articles 

With B. Century 

Effect of dietary lipid upon some enzymes of 

significance in biogenic amine metabolism 

in the rat. /. Nutrition, 95:509-16. 
With L. A. Witting, R. S. Krishnan 

A. H. Sakr 
Brain gangliosides of several species. Anal. 

Biochem., 22:295-303. 
Lipids, a-tocopherol. and the erythrocyte 

membrane. In Vitamin and Hormones, 26: 

487-99. 

KATHAN, RALPH H., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With L. E. Reichert, Jr., R. J. Ryan 

Studies on the composition and properties of 



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immunochemical grade human pituitary fol- 
licle stimulating hormone (FSH) : com- 
parison with luteinizing hormone (LH). 
Endocrin., 82:109-U. 
Reviews 

The chemical foundations of molecular bi- 
ology, by Robert F. Steiner. Amer. Biol. 
Teacher, 30:62-65. 

Introduction to molecular biology, by L. Jack 
Bradshaw. Ibid., pp. 66-67. 

The encyclopedia of biochemistry, by R. J. 
Williams, E. M. Landsford, Jr. Ibid., pp. 
224-25. 

KUETTNER, KLAUS E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. L. Guenther, R. D. Ray 

Lysozyme in preosseous cartilage. Calc. Tiss. 

Res., i:299-305. 

With L. W. Soble, R. Eisenstein, J. A. Yaeger 

The influence of lysozyme on the appearance 

of epiphyseal cartilage in organ culture. 

Ibid., 2:93-105. 

MATTENHEIMER, HERMANN, Professor 
Books 

Current problems in clinical biochemistry. 
Vol. 1. Praktische Enzymologie, Verlag 
Hans Huber, Bern and Stuttgart, Switzer- 
land and Germany, 388 pp. 
Current problems in clinical biochemistry. 
Vol. II. Enzymes in urine and kidney, 
Verlag Hans Huber, Bern und Stuttgart, 
Switzerland and Germany, 308 pp. 
Articles 
With K. G. Thiele 

The isoenzymes of lactate dehydrogenase in 

the nephron of the healthy human kidney. 

Z. Klin. Chem. Klin. Biochem., d: 132-38. 

Quantitative histochemie der enzyme. Ibid., 

pp. 229-35. 

RAFELSON, MAX E., JR., Professor 

Books 

With S. B. Binkley 

Basic biochemistry. The Macmillan Co., 
N.Y., 383 pp. 
Articles 
With F. M. Booyse 

Studies on human platelets. I. Synthesis of 
platelet protein in a cell-free system. 
Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 166, 5:668-97. 
With F. M. Booyse, T. P. Hoveke 

Studies on human platelets. II. Protein syn- 
thetic activity of various platelet popula- 
tions. Ibid., 157, 3:660-63. 
With R. P. Slitter 

Separation of /3-factor synthesis from stimu- 
lated ;8-carotene synthesis in mated cultures 
of Blakeslea trispora. 7. BacterioL, 95, 
2:426-32. 

RAJKUMAR, TARAKAD V., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With W. J. Rutter, E. Penhoet, M. Kochman, 
R. Valentine 
Aldolase variants: structure and physiological 
significance. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 151: 
402-17. 

SAMACHSON, JOSEPH, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. Dennis, R. Fowler 

Uptake of calcium strontium, and barium by 



the surface of bone powder and bone min- 
eral. /. Dent. Res., 47:121-26. 
With A. Schmitz 

The reactions of H+ and Zn^+ with the sur- 
faces of bone and bone mineral. Bio- 
chim. Biophys. Acta, 170, 2:409-19. 
With H. Spencer, E. P. Hardy, Ir., I. Rivera 

Some aspects of the effects of age and of 
calcium intake on strontium-90 metabolism 
in man. Health Physics, J5:499-504. 

Mechanism of exchange of inorganic phos- 
phate with bone mineral and its relation 
to the mechanism of calification. Nature, 
218:1262-63. 

SIMON, R. GERALD, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With G. Rouser, G. Nelson, S. Fleischer 

Lipid composition of animal cell membranes, 
organelles and organs. In Biological mem- 
branes, ed. by Chapman, Academic Press, 
N.Y., pp. 5-70. 

With M. Cohon, J. Berry 

Conversion of glutamate into aspartate in 
guinea pig cerebral-cortex slices. Biochem. 
J., 107, 1:109-11. 

With G. Rouser, G. Kritcheviky, A. Yomomoto 
Accumulation of a glycerol phospholipid in 
classical Niemann-Pick disease. Lipids, 
i:287-95. 

SKY-PECK, HOWARD, Professor 
Articles 

With H. Wu, J. P. Lewis, F. E. Trobaugh, Jr. 
Biochemical studies of spleens of heavily irra- 
diated mice transfused with bone marrow. 
Radiation Res., 33, 1:50-65. 

SWIATEK, KENNETH R., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With D. M. Kipnis, G. Mason, K. L. Chao, 

M. Cornblath 
Starvation hypoglycemia in newborn pigs. 

Amer. J. Physiol, 2i4:400-0S. 

TITCHENER, EDWARD B., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With D. E. Uddin 

Rat liver carboxylesterase influence of age 
and sex on activity and kinetics of ester 
hydrolysis. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 26: 
985-90. 

With B. B. Massie, Mary Sue Hanlon 

Simultaneous schlieren and rayleigh interfer- 
ence optics in analytical ultracentrifugation. 
Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 128, 3:753-61. 

WITTING, LLOYD A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. S. Krishnan, A. H. Sakr, 
M. K. Horwitt 
Brain gangliosides of several species. Anal. 
Biochem., 22:295-303. 

WU, HSIAO M., Instructor 

Articles 

With J. P. Lewis, H. H. Sky-Peck, 
F. E. Trobaugh, Jr. 
Biochemical studies of spleens of heavily 
irradiated mice transfused with bone mar- 
row. Radiation Res., 33, 1:50-65. 



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CRANIOFACIAL ANOMALIES 

ADUSS, HOWARD, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

IVith S. Pruzansky 

Prevalence of arch collapse and malocclusion 
in complete unilateral cleft lip and palate. 
Trans. Etirop. Ortliod. Soc, pp. 1-18. 
The width of the cleft at level of tuberosities 
in complete unilateral cleft lip and palate. 
Plast. and Reconstr. Surg., 41, 2:113-23. 

LAUTERSTEIX, AUBREY M., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With S. Pruzansky 

Bilateral symmetry in mandibular apical tooth 
growth. Arch. Oral Biol., 13, 9:1047-55. 



PRUZANSKY, SAMUEL, Professor 



Discussion of early treatment of cleft lip and 
palate including feeding of infants. Trans. 
Europ. Orthod. Soc, pp. 410-14. 

Postnatal development of craniofacial mal- 
formations. /. De^it. Res., 47:936. 

What is craniofacial biology? Ibid., pp. 931- 
33. 

Congenital palatopharyngeal incompetence: 
Clinical radiographic, and genetic studies. 
Ibid., p. 1013. 
With H. Aduss 

Prevalence of arch collapse and malocclusion 
in complete unilateral cleft lip and palate. 
Trans. Europ. Orthod. Soc, pp. 1-18. 

The width of the cleft at level of tuberosities 
in complete unilateral cleft lip and palate. 
Plast. and Reconstr. Surg., 41, 2:113-23. 
With S. Berkou'itz 

Stereophotogrammetry of serial casts of cleft 
palate. Angle Orthodont., 38. 2:136-49. 
With C. Handelman 

Occlusion and dental profile with complete 
bilateral cleft lip and palate. Ibid., 
3:183-98. 
With A. Lauterstein 

Bilateral symmetry in mandibular apical 
tooth growth. Arch. Oral Biol., 13, 9:1047- 
55. 
With L. Meskin, W. H. Gullen 

An epidemiologic investigation of factors re- 
lated to the extent of facial clefts. I. Sex 
of patient. Cleft Palate J., 5:23-29. 



DENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

BRYANT, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor 
Postgraduate and Teacher Education 

Articles 

With C. R. Berg, D. E. Killip 

Application of the Getzels-Guba model to 
clinical teaching and teachers. /. Dent. 
Educ, 32, 4:409-15. 

MASSLER, MAURY, Assistant Dean, Post- 
graduate and Teacher Education and Pro- 
fessor in Periodontics 

Books 

With L. Nedelsky 

Six seminars for dental educators. Univ. 111. 
at Medical Center, Chicago, 75 pp. 

Articles 

Role of research in the education of the 
dental student. /. Dent. Educ, 32, 1:85-118. 



Clues to the creative mind (research on 
eidetic imagery). Machine Design, April 

25, pp. 44-46. 

NEDELSKY, LEO, Professor of Teacher 

Education 
Books 

Teaching and testing in dental education. 
Univ. 111. at Medical Center, Chicago, 
137 pp. 
With M. Massler 

Six seminars for dental educators. Univ. 111. 
at Medical Center, Chicago, 75 pp. 

WEISS, MARVIN B., Professor of Operative 

Dentistry 
Articles 

The preclinical technics curriculum. /. Dent. 

Educ, 32, 4:385-89. 

YALE, SEYMOUR H., Professor of Radiology 
and Dean, College of Dentistry 
See Dental Radiology. 



DENTAL RADIOLOGY 

WALLACE, DONALD A., Professor 

Articles 

With M. Lerner, B. L. Douglas, 
S. Coppersmith 
Methodology in a study of the impact of 
water fluoridation on dental practice. In 
Proceedings of the social statistics section 
of the American Statistical Association. 
pp. 210-16. 

YALE, SEYMOUR H., Professor and Dean, 

College of Dentistry 
Articles 

The application of computer programming 
principles to radiographic interpretation. 
D. Clin. N. America, Nov., pp. 625-30. 
The application of computer programming 
principles to radiographic interpretation. 
Ibid., pp. 625-30. 



DERMATOLOGY 

MANDREA, EUGENE, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With L. Solomon 

Pretibial myxedema recurring in graft. Cutis, 

4, 4:442. 

MEDANSKY. ROLAND S., Clinical 
Instructor 

Articles 

Trends in the management of atopic derma- 
titis. Cutis, 4, 4:437-41. 

POTTER, BRIAN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Autosensitivity erythema? Arch. Derm., 97, 

Jan., pp. 42-49. 
Effective treatment of skin diseases. Med. 
Times, 96, 6:644-48. 
With L. M. Solotnon 

How we treat superficial fungous infection. 
Postgrad. Med., 43, 1:207-9. 
With E. J. Liebner, H. Aram 

Hodgkin's disease — cutaneous nodules pre- 
ceeding systemization. Cutis, 4, 4:415- 
19. 



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With M. Medenica 

Ultramicroscopic phagocytosis of synthetic 
melanin by epidermal cells in vivo. J. In- 
vest. Derm. 51, 4:300-03. 

ROSTENBERG, ADOLPH, JR., Professor of 

Dermatology and Head of Department 
Articles 

With R. E. Pearson, H. Carlin 

Non-prescription drugs in dermatology. Cutis, 
4, 4:420-24. 
With L. M. Solomon 

Infantile eczema and systemic disease. Arch. 

Derm., 98, July, pp. 41-46. 
Jean Henri Fabre and the patch test. Ibid., 
98, August, pp. 188-190. 

SHELLOW, HAROLD, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Foreign body granuloma caused by snail shell 

— an enigma. Cutis, 4:53. 
Botryoidal keloids — treatment with corti- 
costeroids. Cutis, 4:462. 

SOLOMON, LAWRENCE M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Cold dermatoses. Derm. Dig.. 7:51. 
Quasimodo's diagnosis. J. A.M. A., 204:190. 
With B. Potter 

How we treat superficial fungous infections. 
Postgrad. Med., 43, 1:207-9. 
With D. Fret sin, R. DeWald 

The epidermal nevus syndrome. Arch. Derm., 
97:273-85. 
With A. Rostenberg, Jr. 

Infantile eczema and systemic disease. Ibid., 
98, July, pp. 41-46. 
With A. Altman, K. Bader 

Management of a giant nevus. Cutis, 4?:434. 
With B. Silver, K. Desai 

Radiotherapy for erythema elevatum diutinum. 
Cutis, 4:425. 
With E. Mandrea 

Pretibilial myxedema recurring in a graft. 
Cutis, 4, 4:442. 
With L. Juhlin, B. Kirschenbaum 

Prostaglandins on cutaneous vasculature. /. 
Invest. Derm., 51:280-82. 
With K. Desai 

Phenylketonuria. Cutis, -?: 1233-36. 
With A. Rostenberg, Jr. 

Jean Henri Fabre and the patch test. Arch. 
Derm., 98, August, pp. 188-90. 
With D. Fretzin 

The epidermal nevus syndome. Cutis, 4:1336. 
Reviews 

Textbook of dematology, Vols. I and II, by 
A. M. Rook, M.D., D.S. Wilkinson, M.D., 
and E. J. G. Ebling, M.D. Derm. Dig., 
November, p. 116. 
The palms and soles in medicine, by Maurice 
J. Costello, M.D. and Richard C. Gibbs, 
M.D. Arch. Intern. Med., 122, August, 
p. 187. 



ENDODONTICS 

CLEM, WILLIAM H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Endodontics: advise and consent (editorial). 



Dental Survey, 44:60-62. 



FOX, ROBERT Z., Instructor 

Articles 

With G. L. Hardy 

Endodontic armamentarium for the general 
practitioner. Dental Digest, 47, 11:462-67. 

MAURICE, CHARLES G., Professor and 

Head of Department 
Articles 

With members of Committee on Nomenclature, 
A.A.E. 
An annotated glossary of terms used in endo- 
dontics. Oral Surg., Oral Med., and Oral 
Path., 25, 3:491-512. 
Reviews 

Dental clinics of North America — Novem- 
ber, 1967. Symposium on endodontics, by 
Herbert Schilder. J.A.D.A., 76:837. 

HISTOLOGY 

GRIMM, ARTHUR F., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. V. Whitehorn 

Myocardial length-tension-sarcomere relation- 
ships. Amer. J. Physiol., 214:1378-87. 

SABET, TAWFIK Y., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With C. Newlin, H. Friedman 

The effect of RES blockade on cellular anti- 
body formation to sheep erythrocytes. Proc. 
Soc. E.vp. Biol, and Med., 128:274-78. 
With R. D. Ray 

Failure of ribonuclease to inhibit the transfer 
of homograft sensitivity. Clin. Orthopaedics 
and Rel. Res., 61:92-102. 

WATERHOUSE, JOHN P., Acting Head 
See Oral Pathology. 

MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK 

LARGE, DOROTHY L., Associate Professor 
Reviews 

Problems of psychotherapy, by Herbert 
Zucker. Social Service Rev., 6:287. 

MEUSER, MARY F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. L. Muslin, P. R. Singer, J. P. Leahy 
Research and learning in psychiatric inter- 
viewing. /. Med. Educ, 43, 3:398-404. 

MEDICINE 

ANDERSON, TRUMAN O., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With G. L. Bach, H. C. Gricblc, 
R. H. Zschocke 
Beitrag zum problem der standardisierung 
des latex-fixationstests zum nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. 1. Vergleich dreier ver- 
schiedener latex-fixationstests und nahere 
charakterisierung des gammag!obulin-"reak- 
tant." Acta Biol. Med. Germ., 20, 2:233-40. 

With G. L. Bach, H. G. Grieblc, R. Zschocke, 
F. Harter 
Beitrag zum problem der standardisierung 
des latex-fixationstests zum nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. 2. Kunstliche polymere 
verschiedener grobe und chemischer struk- 
tur als Indikatoren beim nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. Ibid., pp. 241-46. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER 165 



IVith H. Levine, M. Szanto, H. G. Grieble, 
G. L. Bach 
Rheumatoid factor in non-rheumatoid pleural 
effusions. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 3:487-92. 

BACH, GERHARD L., Instructor 

Articles 

With H. G. Grieble, R. Zschocke, 
T. O. Anderson 
Beitrag zum problem der standardisierung 
des latex-fixationstests zum nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. 1. Vergleich dreier ver- 
schiedener latex-fixationstests und nahere 
charakterisierung des gammaglobulin-"reak- 
ant." Acta Biol. Med. Germ., 20, 2:233-40. 

With H. G. Grieble, R. Zschocke, 
T. O. Anderson, F. Barter 
Beitrag zum der standardisierung des latex- 
fixationstests zum nachweis des rheumafak- 
tors. 2. Kunstliche polymere verschiedener 
grobe und chemischer struktur als Indi- 
katoren beim nachweis des rheumafaktors. 
Ibid., pp. 241-46. 

With H. Levine. M. Szanto, H. G. Grieble, 
T. 0. Anderson 
Rheumatoid factor in non-rheumatoid pleural 
effusions. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 3:487-92. 

Reviews 

Pathologic des trauma, by Fischer and Spann. 
Rev. Surgery, 25. 3:225-26. 

BEXTLEY, DAVID W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. Hague, R. A. Murphy, M. H. Lepper 
Biotyping, an epidemiologic tool for coagulase- 
negative staphylococci. In Antimicrobial 
agents and chemotherapy, pp. 54-59. 
With M. H. Lepper 

Septicemica related to indwelling venoms 
catheter. J.A.M.A., 206:1749-52. 

BERG, MAX, Clinical Associate Professor 

Articles 

With M. Tausig, H. Heath, H. Necheles 

Incidence of peptic ulcer complications, their 
relation to climate and age. Amer. J. Gas- 
troenterol., 50, 2:107-15. 

BERNSTEIX, LIOXEL M., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

With W. M. Hamby. M. B. Blumberg, 
K. Simpson 
Unilateral renal function measurements: ex- 
ternal ureteral compression compared with 
ureteral catherization. /. Lab. and Clin. 
Med., 71, 5:722-27. 

BERRYMAX, GEORGE H., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

On folic acid in pregnancy. General Med., 

38, 1:98-99. 
With G. R. Hazel, J. D. Taylor, P. G. Sanders, 

M. S. Weinberg 
A case for safety of cyclamate and cyclamate- 

saccharin combinations. Amer. J. Clin. 

Nutr., 21, 6:673-87. 

BEST, WILLIAM R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Leukopenia, neutropenia, and agranulocytosis. 
In Current therapy 1968, ed. by H. F. 
Conn. \V. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 
pp. 227-29. 
Coronary artery disease, diet, and statistics. 
J.A.M.A., 203, 7:528. 



With H. M. Schoolman, J. M. Becktel, 

A. F. Johnson 
Statistics in medical research: principles 

versus practices. /. Lab. and Clin. Med., 

71, 3:357-67. 
Reviews 

Pathology of leukemia, by G. D. Amromin. 

Arch. Int. Med., 122, 6:541-42. 
The computer and medical care, by D. B. 

Lindberg. J.A.M.A., 206, 8:1796. 
The thymus. Its role in immune responses, 

leukemia development and carcinogenesis, 

by Dr. Melcalf. Arch. Int. Med., 121, 

4:386-87. 
Clinical hematology, by M. M. Wintrobe. 

J.A.M.A., 204, 2:179. 
Laboratory medicine, hematology, by J. B. 

Miale. Ibid., p. 179. 
The principles of medical computing, by 

T. R. Taylor. Ann. Int. Med., 68, 4:965. 

BLAZEK, WILLIAM V., Instructor 
Articles 

With B. G. Nelson, J. R. Manaligod 

Thymoma associated with pancytopenia and 
hypopgammaglobulinemia. Amer. J. Med., 
44, 1:154-64. 

BLUMBERG, MARTIX B., Clinical 

Instructor 
Articles 
With W. M. Hamby, L. M. Bernstein, 

K. Simpson 
Unilateral renal function measurements. /. 

Lab. and Clin. Med., 71, 5:722-27. 

BRIXEY, ALBIN M., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

Electrocardiogram of the month. Med.-Dent. 
Staff Bull., St. Joseph Hosp., 11, 2:18-21. 

BROXSKY, DAVID, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. T. Kiamko, S. S. Waldstein 

Post therapeutic myxedema. Arch. Int. Med., 

121, 2:113-17. 
Familial idiopathic hypoparathyroidism. /. 
Endocrinol, and Metab., 28, 1:61-65. 
IVith J. F.ipc, S. A. Johnson, R. T. Kiamko 
Hypoparathyroidism following D^^ therapy 
for hyperthyroidism. Arch. Int. Med., 121, 
3:270-72. 
With R. T. Kiamko, I. M. Rosenthal 

Intrauterine hyperparathyroidism secondary 
to maternal hypoparathyroidism. Pediatrics, 
42, 4:106-17. 

CARLETOX, RICHARD A., Professor 

Articles 

With P. H. Miller 

Hemodynamic assessment during atrial fibril- 
lation: the value of ventricular pacing. 
Amer. J. Cardiol., 22:568-71. 

With B. S. Chertow, L. J. Hertko 

Pulmonary artery stenosis murmurs: a new 
diagnostic sign of pulmonary embolization. 
Arch. Int. Med., 121, 1:97-100. 

With J. G. Clark 

^Measurement of left ventricular diameter by 
cardiac catheterization: validation and 
physiologic mean fulness of an ultrasonic 
technique. Circulation Research, 22:545-58. 

CARTON, ROBERT W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. C. Chrisholm, N. S. Chcrniack 

Results of pulmonary function in 5 persons 



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with the Marfan syndrome. /. Lab. and 
Clin. Med., 71, 1:25. 
Reviews 

Lung calcifications in x-ray diagnosis, by 
Emanuel Salzman. Attn. Int. Med., 69, 
1:78. 

CERCHIO, GERARD M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With A. L. Graber, B. Hcrl, D. Seller 

Organization of a diabetic clinic at a military 
hospital: a coordinated team approach. 
Military Med., 133, 9:900-03. 

COSTEA, NICOLAS V., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With V. Yakulis, P. Heller 

The dependence of cold agglutin activity on 
K chains. /. Immunol, 99, 3:558-63. 
With V. Yakulis, I. Schmale, P. Heller 

Production of Fe fragments of IgM. Ibid., 
100, 3:525-29. 
With V. Yakulis, J. A. Libnoch, C. G. Pile, 
P. Heller 
Two myeloma globulins (IgG and IgA) in 
one subject and one sell line. Amer. J. 
Med., 42, 4:630-35. 
Agranulocytosis. In Current diagnosis #2, 
ed. by Conn & Conn, W. B. Saunders Co., 
Philadelphia, pp. 336-37. 

COTSONAS, NICHOLAS J., JR., Professor 
Reviews 

Emergencies in medical practice, by C. A. 

Birch. Arch. Int. Med., 122, 1:88. 
Bedside diagnosis of heart disease, armchair 
courses from Tampa Tracings. Tampa 
Tracings, 69, 3:645. 

CZARNY, DANIEL, Instructor 
Articles 

With V. H. T. lames, J. Landon, 
F. C. Greenwood 

Corticosteroid and growth-hormone response 
to synthetic lysine-vasopressin, natural 
vasopressin, saline solution and venepunc- 
ture. Lawcet, 2, 7560:126-29. 
With I. Brostoff 

Effect of intranasal betamethosone-17-valerate 
on perennial rhinitis and adrenal function. 
Ibid., 2, 7561:188-90. 

DEVETSKI, ROBERT L., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

With Buechler, Shriber 

Fetal heart rate monitoring in detection of 
drug-induced "Fetal Distress" syndromes. 
Clinical Research, 17, 3:432. 

DOWLING, HARRY F., Professor and 

Head of the Department 
Articles 

An overview of the use of combinations of 
antibiotics. In Antimicrobial agents and 
chemotherapy, pp. 234-35. 

The changing character of clinical evaluation. 
In Proceedings of the institute of drug 
literature evaluation, sponsored by the 
American Society of Hospital Pharamacists, 
March 11-15, 1968, pp. 1-7. 

The regulation of clinical investigation: some 
historical comments. In Antimicrobial 
agents and chemotherapy, pp. 13-15. 

Why research on the subhuman primates? 
In Proceedings of the conference on non- 
human primate to.vicology, sponsored hy 



the Food and Drug Administration, Depart- 
ment of Health, Education and Welfare, 
June 12-14, 1966. 

FRIED, WALTER, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With C. W. Gurney 

The erythropoietic stimulating effects of audio- 
gens. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 149, 1:356-65. 
Regulation mechanism of the stem cell_ com- 
partment. /. Lab and Clin. Med., 71, 6: 
948-54. 
With J. Faura, C. W. Gurney 

The effect of carbon dioxide on erythropoiesis. 
Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., pp. 456-61. 
With N. Rishpon-Meyerstein, T. Kilbridge, 
I. Simone 
The effects of testosterone on erythropoietin 
levels in anemic patients. Blood, 31, 4: 
453-60. 
With H. Ward, A. Hopeman 

Leiomyoma and erythrocytosis: a tumor 
producing a substance which increases 
erythropoietic production. Ibid., 31, 6: 
813-16. 
With S. Krantz 

In vitro behavior of stem cells. /. Lab. and 
Clin. Med., 72, 1:157-64. 
With T. Kilbridge 

Response of mice with a decreased number 
of hematopoietic stem cells to doses of 
erythropoietin. Ibid., pp. 85-92. 
With C. W. Gurney, N. Rishpon-Meyerstein 
The effect of testosterone of erythropoiesis of 

wwv mice. Ibid., 70, 5:813-19. 
The effect of hypoxia on colony forming units 
in bone marrow. Ibid., 71, 3:422-28. 

FRUIN, ROBERT C, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With P. B. Rosenthal, D. H. Hanscom 

The endoscopic diagnosis of hiatus hernia, 
Israel I. Med. Sci., ■?: 60-65. 

GANTT, CLARENCE L.. Associate Professor , 

Articles 

With W. M. Hamby, G. J. Jankowski, 

J. M. Pouget, G. Dunea 
Intravenous use of diazoxide in the treatment 

of severe hypertension. Circulation, 37, 

2:169-74. 
With L. R. Kislaitis, D. R. Thomas, 

J. G. Greslin 
Fluorescence of prostaglandin Ei. Analyt. 

Chem., 40, 13:2190. 

GOLDSTEIN, MELVIN J., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

With H. Schachtcr, J. B. Kirsner 

Surgery and clinical progression in patients 
with Crohn's disease of the small and large 
intestine. Amer. I. Surg., 115, 3:376-84. 
With G. L. Snider. M. Liberson, R. M. Poske 
Bronchogenic carcinoma and giant bullous 
disease. Amer. Rev. Resp. Dis., 97, 6: 
1062-70. 
With I. I. Fennessy 

Esophageal biopsy utilizing a flexible brush. 
Gastroint. Endosc, 15, 1:53-55. 

GRAETTINGER, JOHN S., Professor 

Articles 

With J. J. Muenster 

Chest pain in the surgical patient. Med. Clin. 
N. Amer., 52, 1:91-101. 



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GRIEBLE, HANS G., Associate Professor 

Articles 

IVith H. Levine. M. Szanto, G. L. Bach, 
T. O. Anderson 
Rheumatoid factor in non-rheumatoid pleural 
effusions. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 3:487-92. 

With G. L. Bach, R. H. Zschocke, 
T. O. Anderson 
Beitrag zum problem der standardisierung 
des latex-fixationstests zum nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. 1. Vergleich dreier ver- 
schiedener latex-fixationstests und nahere 
charakterisierung des gammaglobulin- 
"reaktant." Acta Biol. Med. Germ., 2(J, 
2:233-40. 

With G. L. Bach. R. H. Zschocke, 
T. O. Anderson, F. Harter 
Beitrag zum problem der standardisierung 
des latex-fixationstests zum nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. 2. Kunstliche polymere 

verschiedener grebe und chemischer struk- 
tur als Indikatoren beim nachweis des 
rheumafaktors. Ibid., pp. 241-46. 

GUXXAR, ROLF M., Professor 

Articles 

With I. R. Tobin, Jr.. J. P. Duffy 

Acute rheumatic fever. In Internal medicine 
based on mechanisms of disease, ed. by 
P. J. Talso and A. P. Remenchik, pub. by 
C. V. Mosby Co., St. Louis, pp. 260-78. 
With J. R. Tobin, Jr. 

Acquired valvular heart disease. Ibid., pp. 
279-300. 
With H. S. Loeb. A. Crus. C. Y. Teng, 

J. Bos'ci'ell, R. J. Pietras, J. R. Tobin, Jr. 
Haemodynamic studies in shock associated 
with infection. Brit. Heart J., 29, 6: 
883-94. 
With H. S. Loeb, R. J. Pietras, J. R. Tobin, Jr. 
Ineffectiveness of isoproterenol in shock due 
to acute myocardial infarction. J. A.M. A., 
202, 13:1124-28. 
Hemodynamic measurements in a coronary 
care unit. Progress in Cardiovascular Dis- 
eases, 11, 1:29-44. 
Paroxysmal ventricular fibrillation on two pa- 
tients with hypomagnesemia. Treatment by 
trans venous pacing. Circulation, 37, 2: 
210-15. 
With R. J. Pietras, C. Stavrakos, 
J. R. Tobin, Jr. 
Phosphorus poisoning simulating myocardial 
infarction. Arch. Int. Med., 122, 5:430-34. 



HAXSCOM. DONALD H., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Diseases of the pancreas. In Internal medi- 
cine based on mechanisms of disease, ed. 
by Talso and Remenchik, C. V. Mosby 
Co., St. Louis, pp. 538-44. 
Diasnostic tests in pancreatic disease. Med. 
I Clin. N. Amer., 52, 6:1483-1992. 

; With P. Rocenthal, R. C. Fruin 

The endoscopic diagnosis of hiatus hernia. 
Israel J. Med. Sci., 4:605. 

, HARDISON, WILLIAM G. M., Assistant 
j Professor 

Books Edited 
! With J. C. Norman, F. Vieth, L. Rudolph, 
! /. Folkman 

Organ perfusion and preservation. Appleton- 
Century-Crofts, N.Y., 960 pp. 



Articles 

With J. C. Norman 

Electrolj-te composition of the secretin frac- 
tion of bile from the perfused pig liver. 
Amer. J. Physiol., 214, 4:758-63. 

HELLER, PAUL, Professor 
Articles 

The clinical significance of hemaglobulini- 
pathies. Postgraduate Med., Pt. 2, 43, 
3:91-94; Pt. 1, 43, 2:63-67. 
With V. Yakulis 

A simple and reliable test for sickling. 

J.A.M.A., 203, 11:188. 
The clinical impact of abnormal hemoglobins. 
Proc. Instit. Med. Chicago, 27, 6:143-45. 
With N. V. Costea, V. Yak^dis, J. Schmale 
Light chain determinants of exocrine isoag- 
glutinins. /. Immunol., 101, 6:1248-50. 
With H. M. Ranney, L. Uden 

Oxygen equilibrium ofif hemoglobin M hyde 
park. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 160:112-15. 

HOFFMAN, WILLIAM S., Lecturer 
Articles 

Clinical evaluation of the effects of pesticides 
on man. Indust. Med., 37, 4:289-92. 

HOLMES, ALBERT W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With B. K. Buchner, J. C. Sinclair, 

F. Deinhardt 
Studies to identify tissue culture isolates from 

patients with infectious hepatitis. Canad. 

J. Pub. Health, 59:399-404. 
With W. D. Hillis, V. Davison, E. V. Dahl 
Serologic characterization of adenoviruses 

isolated from chimpanzees associate with 

viral hepatitis. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and 

Med., 129, 2:366-69. 

HUSSEY, HUGH H., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Combatting quackery. Massachusetts Physi- 
cian, 27, 8:44-47. 

JACKSON, GEORGE G., Professor 

Articles 

With G. S. Saliba, S. L. Franklin 

ECHO-11 as a respiratory virus: quantita- 
tion of infection in man. /. Clin. Invest., 
47, 6:1303-13. 

With M. J. Rosenbaum. P. DeBerry, 
E. J. Sullivan, E. A. Edwards, 
W. E. Pierce. R. L. Muldoon, 
R. O. Peckinpaugh 
Characteristics of vaccine-induced and natural 
infections with adenovirus type 4 in naval 
recruits. Amer. J. Epidemiol., 55:45-54. 

With W. E. Pierce. E. A. Edwards, 

R. O. Peckinpaugh, M. J. Rosenbaum 
Live and inactivated adenovirus vaccines for 
the prevention of acute respiratory illness 
in naval recruits. Ibid., 87, 1:237-46. 
Mass enteric live adenovirus vaccination 
during epidemic ARD. J.A.M.A., 205. 
1:5-10. 

With D. J. D'Alessio, V. M. Ole.ry 

Oxilonic acid treatment of urinary tract in- 
fections. In Antimicrobial agents and 
chemotherapy, pp. 490-96. 

With L. P. Tremonti, J. S. Lin 

Neutralizing activity in nasal secretions and 
serum in resistance of volunteers to para- 
influenza virus tvpe 2. /. Immunol., 101: 
572-77. 



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The pathogenesis and treatment of pyelone- 
phritis. /. Clin. Pharni. Therp. and Toxi- 
col., 1, 5:408-12. 

JONES. PHILIP N., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With R. B. Capps 

Cirrhosis of the liver. In Current diagnosis, 

ed. lay H. F. Conn and R. B. Conn, Jr., 

pub. by W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 

pp. 492-94. 

KAPLAN, ERVIN, Professor 

Articles 

With M. Ben-Porath, L. Case 

The biological half life of 75-selenomethionine 
in man. /. Nuclear Med., 9:168-69. 
With E. B. Miller, E. L. Kanabrocki, 
L. F. Case, L. A. Graham, T. Fields, 
Y. T. Oester 
Non-bialyzable manganese, copper and sodium 
in human bile. Ibid., S: 891-95. 
With C. M. Cho, J. Greco 

Ion binding measurement by isotopic ex- 
change. Ibid., 9, 5:175-77. 
With E. L. Kanabrocki, L. F. Case, 

L. A. Graham, T. Fields, Y. T. Oester 
Neutron activation studies of trace elements 
in human fingernail. Ibid., 9:478-81. 
With E. L. Kanabrocki, L. E. Sheving, 
J. E. Pauly 
Neutron activation analysis — a tool in medi- 
cine. Chicago Med. School Qt., 27, 3: 
151-63. 
A 24-hour rhythm in serum copper and 
manganese levels of normal and adrenal 
medullectomized adult male rats. Texas 
Rep. Biol, and Med., 26:3L341-47. 

KARK, ROBERT M., Professor 
Articles 

Some aspects of nutrition and the kidney. In 

Modern nutrition in health and disease, ed. 

by M. C. Wolf and R. S. Goodhard, pub. 

by Lee and Ferber, Philadelphia, pp. 

819-51. 
Anatomy of the nephron. In Renal failure, 

ed. by A. N. Brest and J. H. Moyer, pub. 

by J. D. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, pp. 

3-12. 
With V. K. G. Pillay, D. M. Wilson, T. S. Ing 
Fungus infection in steroid-treated systemic 

lupus erythematosus. J. A.M. A., 205, 5: 

261-65. 
Renal biopsy. Ibid., 4:80-86. 
The importance of urinalysis. Eaton GU 

Review, 2, 2:6-15. 
With F. D. Sclnvarts, V. K. G. Pillay 

Proteinuria in malignant hypertension. Lan- 
cet, 2, 7581:263-64. 

KATHAN. RALPH H., Associate Professor 
See Biological Chemistry. 

KEER, LARY M., Instructor 
Articles 

Hypogonadism. In Internal medicine based 

on mechanisms of disease, ed. by A. P. 

Remenchik and P. J. Talso, pub. by C. V. 

Mosby Co., St. Louis, pp. 608-16. 

KILBRIDGE, THOMAS M., Instructor 
Articles 

With N. Rishpon-Meyerstein, J. Simone, 
W. Fried 
The effect of testosterone on erythropoietin 



levels in anemic patients. Blood, 31, 4: 
453-60. 
With W. Fried 

Response of mice with a decreased number 
of hematopoietic stem cells to doses of 
erythropoietin. 7. Lab. and Clin. Med., 
72, 1:85-92. 

KNOSPE, WILLIAM H., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. Klatt, J. E. Bcrgin, C. B. Jacobson, 
M. E. Conrad 
Cytogenetic studies in chronic granulocytic 
leukemia during blast crisis: Two Ph 
chromosomes and hyperdiploidy. Amer. J. 
Med. Sci., 254, 6:816-23. 

With J. Blom, W. H. Crosby 

Regeneration of locally irradiated bone mar- 
row. II. Induction of regeneration in 
aplastic marrow cavities. Blood, iJ:400- 
405. 

With M. E. Conrad, A. L. Fox, H. L. Williams 
Effect starvation and protein depletion upon 
ferro-kinetics and iron absorption. Amer. 
J. Physiol., 213, 3:557-65. 

KORNEL, LUDWIG, Professor 

Articles 

With R. Takeda 

Studies on steroid conjugates: V. Urinary 
17-hydroxycorticosteroids in essential hy- 
pertension. /. Clin. Endocrinol. and 
Metab., 27, 2:233-41. 

With R. E. Schrohenlohcr, R. C. Caldwell 
Isolation from plasma of an a-l-glycoprotein 
resembling "orosomucoid." A simple 
method for its estimation in blood and 
tissues. Arch. Biochim. Biophys., 122, 2: 
280-88. 
A new diagnostic test in Cushing's syndrome. 

Clinical Research, 15. 61:61. 
Corticosteroids in human blood: III. Plasma 
levels of free and conjugated i7-hydroxy- 
cortocosteroids in normal subjects and pa- 
tients with Cushing's syndrome before and 
after administration of cortocotropin. Acta 
Endocrinol., 59:797-803. 

LEVINE, HAROLD, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Needle biopsy diagnosis of tuberculosis peri- 
tonitis. Amer. Rev. Resp. Dis., 97:889-94. 
With P. Szanto, D. W. Cugell 

Tuberculosis pleurisy, an acute illness. Arch. 
Int. Med., 122, 4:329-32. 
With M. Ssanto. H. Grieblc, G. L. Bach, 
T. O. Anderson 
Rheumatoid factor in non-rheumatoid pleural 
effusion. Ibid., 69, 3:487-92. 

LEVITAN, RUVEN, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With S. Cohen, L. D. Harris 

Manometric characteristics of the human 
ileocecal junctional zone. Gastroenterology, 
54, 1:72-75. 
With R. B. Zurier, I. F. Patterson 

Relationship between net water absorption 
and hexanoic acid absorption from the in- 
tact heman jejunum. Amer. J. Digest. Dis.. 
13, 2:109-12. 
With F. Rodriguec-Erdmann 

Gastrointestinal and roentgenological mani- 
festations of henoch-schoenlein purpura. 
Gastroenterology, 54, 2:260-64. 
The human colon: its study and absorptive 
functions. Israel J. Med. Sci., 4, 1:140-45. 



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With S. L. Grobach, L. Nahas, A. G. Plant, 
L. Weinstein, J. F. Patterson 
Studies of intestinal microflora. V. Fecal 
microbial ecology in ulcerative colitis and 
regional enteritis: relationship to severity 
of disease and chemotherapy. Gastroen- 
terology, 54, 4:575-87. 
With E. Havivi 

Hexokinase activity in intestinal mucosa of 
hypophysectomized rats. Amer. J. Phvsiol., 
215, 2:330-33. 
With I. Mauer 

Effect of intravenous antidiurectic hormone 
administration on salt and water absorption. 
J. Lab. and Clin. Med., 72:739. 
With T. J. Zaccheo 

The effect of hypophysectomy on intestinal 
glucose transport in the rat. Amer. J. 
Gastroenterol., 49, 4:349-54. 
With Y. Havivi, E. Havivi 

Histology and chemical composition of the 
small bowel of hypophysectomized rats. 
Amer. J. Digest. Dis., 13, 8:735-42. 
With S. A. Somkin 

Effect of hypophysectomy on fat absorption 
in the rat. Ibid., 13, 8:743-46. 

LITTMAN, ARMAND, Professor 
Articles 

Disease of the stomach. In Internal medicine 
based on mechanisms of diseases, ed. by 
A. P. Remenchik and P. J. Talso, C. V. 
Mosby Co., St., Louis, pp. 488-97. 
Disaccharidase deficiencies. Ibid., pp. 514-15. 
Disease of the gallbladder. Ibid., pp. 516-18. 
Functional disease. Ibid., pp. 545-46. 
With A. B. Cady, J. Rhodes 

Lactase and other disaccharidase deliciences 
in a hospital population. Israel J. Med. 
Sci., ^: 110-16. 
With J. W. Yates, A. Tregcr 

Camptodactyly: a kindred study. J. A. MA.. 
206, 7:1565-66. 
Reviews 

Functional gastrointestinal disease, by E. D. 
Palmer. Ann. Int. Med., 68, 2:499-50. 

LOEB, HENRY S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. J. Pietras, R. M. Gunnar, 

J. R. Tobin. Jr. 
Paroxysmal ventricular fibrillation in two 

patients with hypomagnesemia. Treatment 

by tran venous pacing. Circulation, 37, 2: 

210-15. 
Hemodynamic measurements in a coronary 

care unit. Progress in Cardiovascular 

Diseases, 11, 1:29-44. 

LOURENCO, RUY V., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With E. P. Mueller 

On-line subtraction of the cardiac activity 
from the esophageal electromyogram of the 
diaphragm. IEEE Trans, on Bio-medical 
Engineering, i5: 115-18. 
With J. A. Miranda 

Influence of diaphragm activity on the mea- 
surement of total chest compliance. /. 
Appl. Physiol., 24, 6:741-46. 

Drive and permonance of the ventilatory 
apparatus in chronic obstructive lung 
disease. New Engl. J. Med., 279, 2:53-59. 
With G. M. Turino, G. McCracken 

Role of connective tissues in large pulmonary 
airways. /. Appl. Physiol., 25, 4:645. 



-McCREARY, PATRICIA A., Clinical 

Instructor 
Articles 
With H. Battifora, B. Hahneman, 

G. Laing, G. Hass 
Chronic magnesium deficiency in the rat: 

studies of chronic myelogenous leukemia. 

Arch. Pathol., 56:610-20. 

MILLER. GEORGE E., Professor; Director, 

Office of Research in Medical Education 
Articles 
With J. W. Williamson, M. Alexander 

Priorities in patient-care research and con- 
tinuing medical education. J. A.M. A., 204, 
4:303-8. 
Orthopaedic training study. Ibid., 206, 3: 
601-6. 

MONTGOMERY, MAX M., Professor 
Articles 

With R. R. Wasserman, Y. T. Oester, 

R. S. Oryshkevich, R. M. Poske, 

A. Rnksha 
Electromyographic, electrodiagnostic, and 

motor nerve conduction observations in 

patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Arch. 

Phys. Med., 49:90-95. 
With R. M. Poske 

Less common types of arthritis. Disease-a- 

month. Year Book Med. Pubs., Chicago, 

45 pp. 
Reviews 

Lectures in medicine, by C. W. H. Harvard. 

Ann. Int. Med., 69, 1:177-78. 
Guide to steroid therapy, by Picton Thomas. 

Ibid., p. 850. 

MUEHRCKE, ROBERT C, Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

With K. Dunea, S. Nakamoto, F. D. Schivart: 
Thrombertic thrombocytopenic purpura with 

acute amuric renal failure. Atner. J. Med., 

41, 6:1000-1006. 
With V. E. Pollak, S. Rosen, C. L. Pergni, 

R. M. Kark 
The natural history of lipoidnephrosis and of 

membranous glomerulonephritis. Ann. Int. 

Med., 69, 6:1171-96. 
Books 

Emergency manual, treatment of modern 

medical emergencies (2nd ed.), ed. by Dr. 

John, Yearbook Med. Pubs., Chicago, 

318 pp. 

MUFSON, MAURICE A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With R. Kawana, H. H. Bloom, F. Gorstein, 
R. M. Chanock 
Pathogenicity of coxackie A-21 virus for 
suckling- mice. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and 
Med., 128:237-46. 
Medical progress — mycoplasma pneumoniae 
pneumonia. 7//. State Med. J., 133:267-72. 
Therapy of viral infection of the respiratory 
tract. In Current therapy (20th ed.), ed. 
by H. H. Conn, pub. by W. B. Saunders, 
Philadelphia, pp. 123-24. 

NAUGHTON, JOHN P., Associate Professor; 

Coordinator, Rehabilitation Center 
Articles 
With C. Neal, C. Smith, K. Dubowski 

3-methoxy-4-hydroxymandelic acid excretion 

during physical exercise. /. Appl. Phvsiol., 

24, 5:619-21. 



170 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



With M. T. Lategola 

Cardiorespiratory adjustment during exercise 
in patients with healed myocardial infarc- 
tion. /. Ark. State Med. Assn., (55:241-44. 
With J. G. Brnhn, M. T. Lategola 

Effects of physical training on physiologic 
and behavioral characteristics of cardiac 
patients. Arch. Phys. Med. and Rehab., 
49:131-37. 

Regular physical activity and the cardiac 
patient. Geriatrics, 23, 9:157-64. 
With M. T. Lategola, C. M. Brake, P. Lyne 

Electrocardiographic monitoring during physi- 
cal activity. Cardiology Digest, 3, 4:31-36. 

Cardiorespiratory endurance before and after 
regular physical activity. Minnesota Med., 
51, 5:619-23. 
With K. S. Shadaksharappa 

An unusual triad of congenital cardiac de- 
fects. /. Oklahoma M. A., 61:225-28. 

NEUHAUS. HERBERT, Qinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With N. S. Cherniack 

A bronchospirometric method of estimating 
the effect of pneumonectomy on the maxi- 
mum breathing capacity. J. Thorac. Surg., 
55, 1:144-48. 

NEUSTADT, JEROME E., Clinical 
Instructor 

Articles 

Hemorrhagic pleural efifusion in Meig's syn- 
drome. J.A.M.A., 204, 1:179. 

NORA, JOSEPH R., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. H. Cohen 

A case of post-pericardiotomy syndrome 
pathogenical consideration. 111. Med. J., 
134, 1:57, 8-101. 
With G. E. Nora, M. Fitzgerald 

Alkaptonuria: report of six cases. Ibid., 132, 
746:681-85. 

NORTHROP, GRETAJO, Instructor 
Articles 

Effects of adrenergic blocking agents on 
epinephrine and 3',5'-AMP-induced in the 
perfused rat liver. /. Pharni. E.xp. Ther., 
159, 1:22-28. 

PAP, LUCIA T. F., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

Environmental protection for the allergic 
asthmatic. Bull. Winnebago County Med. 
Soc, 29, 6:4-6. 

PERLIA, CHARLES P., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With N. W. Ream. J. M. Wolter, 
S. G. Taylor, III 
Mithramycin therapy in disseminated ger- 
minal testicular cancer. J.A.M.A., 204, 12: 
1030-36. 

PFUETZE, KARL H., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

With R. H. Hubble 

Non-tuberculous mycobacterial diseases. 

Disease-a-month, Year Book Med. Pubs., 

Chicago, 38 pp. 



PIETRAS, RAYMOND J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With C. Stavrakos, R. M. Gunnar, 
J. R. Tobin, Jr. 

Phosphorous poisoning simulating acute myo- 
cardial infarction. Arch. Int. Med., 122, 
5:430-34. 
With H. S. Loeb, R. M. Gunnar, 
J. R. Tobin, Jr. 

Paroxysmal ventricular fibrillation in two 
patients with hypomagnesemia. Treatment 
by transvenous pacing. Circulation, 37, 2: 
210-15. 

Hemodynamic measurements in a coronary 
care unit. Progress in Cardiovascular 
Disease, 11, 1:29-44. 

POLLAK, VICTOR E., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With C. L. Pirani 

Renal involvement in toxemia of pregnancy. 
In Structural basis of renal disease, ed. by 
E. L. Baker, pub. by Paul B. Hoeber, 
N.Y., pp. 401-27. 
With A. Kanter, N. Nadler, R. M. Vertel 

Peritoneal dialysis: indications and technique 
in the surgical patient. Surg. Clin. N. 
Amer., 48, 2:47-56. 
With M. Gaisutic, J. Resaian 

Serum proteins in urine: an examination of 
a new method for concentrating urine. 
/. Lab. and Clin. Med., 7i: 338-44. 
With E. Rosenmann, C. L. Pirani 

Renal vein thrombosis: a clinical and 
pathologic study based on renal biopsies. 
Medicine, 47. 4:269-335. 
With R. A. Bacani, F. Velaques, A. Kanter, 
C. L. Pirani 
Rapidly progressive (non-streptococcal) glo- 
merulonephritis. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 3: 
463-85. 
With S. Rosen, C. L. Pirani, R. C. Muehrcke, 
R. M. Kark 
The natural history of lipoid nephrosis and 
of membranous glomerulonephritis. Ann. 
Int. Med., 69, 6:1171-96. 
With T. B. Strom. B. S. Levin, G. J. Dohrmann 
The effects of antithymocyte globulin in 
NZB-NZWi mice. Proc. Soc. E.vp. Biol, 
and Med.. 129:261-64. 

POSKE, ROBERT M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. R. Wasserman, Y. T. Oester, 

R. S. Orvshkevich, M. M. Montgomery, 

A. Ruksha 
Electromyographic, electrodiagnostic, and 

motor nerve conduction observations in 

patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Arch. 

Phys. Med., 49:90-95. 
With M. M. Montgomery 

Less common types of arthritis. Disease-Or 

month. Year Book Med. Pubs., Chicago, 

45 pp. 
Reviews 

The surgical relief of pain in arthritis 

disease, the hip and knee joints, by R. A. 

Herfort. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 1:186-87. 

POUGET, JEAN M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With W. M. Hamby, G. J. Jankoivski, 
G. Dunea, C. L. Gantt 
Intravenous use of diazoxide in the treatment 



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of severe hypertension. Circulation, 37, 2: 
169-74. 

PYLE, MARJORIE M., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With H. T. Langston, W. L. Barker 

Pulmonary surgery for tuberculosis. In 

Lewis' practice of surgerw ed. bv F. H. 

Ellis, pub. by W. F. Prior Co., Inc., 

Hagerstown, pp. 1-70. 
Treatment of tuberculosis. In Current 

therapy, ed. by H. F. Conn, pub. by W. B. 

Saunders Co., Philadelphia, London, pp. 

113-23. 



RYAN, WILL G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With W. R. Tucker, B. F. Martin, 
T. B. Schwartz 
Studies in a patient with retroperitoneal sar- 
coma associate with severe hypoglycemia. 
Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 150, 2:395-405. 
With A. F. A'ibbe, T. B. Schwartz, R. D. Ray 
Fibrous dysplasia of bone with vitamin D 
resistant rickets — a case study. Metabo- 
lism, 17, 2:988-98. 
Reviews 

Textbook of endocrinology, by R. H. Wil- 
liams. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 1:184. 

SAMTER, MAX, Professor 
Articles 

With N. V. Costea, M. Schulman, M. E. Tardy 
Answers to questions on allergic emergencies. 
Hospital Med., 4, 11:61-74. 
With R. F. Beers. Jr. 

Intolerance to aspirin. Ann. Int. Med., 68, 
5:975-83. 
Reviews 

Bronchial asthma — a genetic, population and 
psychiatric study, by D. Leigh and E. 
Marley. Attn. Int. Med., 69, 1:178-79. 
Delayed hypersensitivity, by A. Neuberger and 
E. L. Tatum. J.A.M.A., 206, 7:1577. 

SAPIEXZA, ANTHONY R., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With R. Stoner, A. Vass 

Serum creatine phosphokinase activity in myo- 
cardial infarction: its diagnostic and prog- 
nostic significance. Chicago Med. Scliool 
Qt., 27, 2:114-17. 

SCHMIDT, ALEXANDER M., Associate Pro- 
fessor; Associate Dean, College of Medicine 
Articles 
With G. Tikoff, T. J. Tsagaris 

Isoproterenol induced right ventricular infun- 
dibular obstruction. Study in an adult 
with a large ventricular septal defect. 
Amer. J. Cardiol., 20:873-78. 
With R. Q. Marston 

Regional medical programs — a progress re- 
port. Amer. J. Fub. Health, 58, 4:726-30. 
With G. Tikoff. H. H. Hecht 

Atrial fibrillation in atrial septal defect. 
Arch. Int. Med., 121, 5:402-5. 

SCHWARTZ, THEODORE B., Professor 
Books 

Yearbook of endocrinology. Yearbook Publish- 



ers, Chicago, 423 pp. 



Articles 

With C. L. Meinert 

The relationship of treatment to weight in a 

randomized study of maturity onset-diabetes. 

.4nn. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 148, 3:875. 
Who is diabetic? Ann. Int. Med., 69, 1: 

161-63. 

SHARP, JOHN T., Professor 

Articles 

With R. VanLith, C. V. Nuchpragoon, 
R. Brinen, F. N. Johnson 
The thorax in chronic obstructive lung dis- 
ease. Amer. J. Med.. 44, 2:39-46. 

With G. J. Kanber, F. W. King, V. R. Eshchar 

The alveolar-atrerial oxygen gradient in young 

and elderly men during air and oxygen 

breathing. Amer. Rev. Resp. Dis., 97, 

3:376-81. 

STEIGMANN, FREDERICK, Clinical 

Associate 
Articles 
With D. Long, R. Mejicano 

Lyphatic decompression therapy of "intract- 
able" ascites. Amer. J. Gastroenterol., 50, 
1:47-54. 
With F. Villa, S. De Guzman 

Peritoneoscopin findings in ascites. Gastroint. 
Endoscopy, 15, 1:48-50. 
With F. Sy, G. Dunea, A. Dubin 

The effect of glucose infusion on ammonia 
metabolism in liver failure. Amer. J. Med. 
Sci., 256, 2:91-96. 

STERN, IVAN J., Lecturer 

Articles 

With F. Cosmos, L. Smith 

Urinary poljmronide excretion in man after 
enzymic dissolution of the chondromucopro- 
tein of the interverteoral disc or surgical 
stress. Clitiica Chimica Acta, 2i: 181-90. 

SUSMANO. ARMAND. Instructor 
Articles 

PVith C. K. Tashima 

Idiopathic hypertrophic osteoarthropathy 
touraine-solents-gole syndrome. Amer. Heart 
J., 76, 4:582-84. 

TAYLOR, SAMUEL G., Ill, Professor 
Articles 

With N. W. Ream, C. P. Perlia, J. M. Walter 
Mithramycin therapy in disseminated germi- 
nal testicular cancer. J.A.M.A., 204, 12: 
1030-36. 

TENG. CHENG Y., Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With H. E. Bessinger, J. Silver, E. Evaristo, 

E. Chuea, F. Becker, P. Rothmund 
Intense cardiac care — two years experience. 

///. Med. J., 134, 6:737-41. 

TOBIN, JOHN R., JR., Lecturer 

Articles 

With J. P. Duffy 

Congenital heart malformations. In Internal 
medicine based on mechanisms of disease, 
ed. by P. J. Talso, A. P. Remenchik, pub. 
by C. V. Mosby Co., St. Louis, pp. 217-59. 

With H. S. Loeb, R. J. Pietras, R. M. Gunnar 

Paroxysmal ventricular fibrillation in two 

patients with hypomagnesemia. Treatment 

by transvenous pacing. Circulation, 37, 2: 

210-15. 



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Hemodynamic measurements in a coronary 
care unit. Progress in Cardiovascular Dis- 
eases, 11, 1:29-44. 
H/if/i /. P. Duffy, R. M. Gunnar 

Acute rheumatic fever. In Internal medicine 
based on mechanisms of disease, ed. by 
P. J. Talso and A. P. Remenchik, pub. by 
C. V. Mosby Co., St. Louis, pp. 260-78. 
With R. M. Gunnar 

Acquired valvular heart disease. Ibid., pp. 
279-300. 

TRAUT. EUGENE E., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With C. B. Thrift 

Fibrositis. /. Amer. Geriatrics Soc, 16. 
5:531-38. 

TROBAUGH. FRANK E., Professor 
Articles 

With L. F. O'Grady, J. P. Lewis 

The effect of erythropoietin in differentiated 
erythroid precursors. /. Lab. and Clin. 
Med., 71. 4:693-701. 
With H. M. Wu, J. P. Lewis, H. H. Sky-Peck 

Biochemical studies of spleens of heavily ir- 
radiated mice transfused with bone mar- 
row. Radiation Research, 33, 1:50-65. 
With R. D. Lange, L. F. O'Grady, J. P. Lewis 

Application of erythropoietin antisera to 
studies of erythropoiesis. Ann. N.Y. Acad. 
Sci.. 149:2%l-9\. 

The effect of erythropoietin on transplanted 
hematopoietic tissues. Amer. J. Physiol., 
215, 1:176-82. 
With J. P. Lewis, M. Passovoy, M. Freeman 

The repopulating potential and differentia- 
tion capacity of hematopoietic stem cells 
from the blood and bone marrow of 
normal mice. /. Cell Physiol., 71. 2:121-32. 

Studies of hematopoiesis in murine spleens: 
significance of hematopoietic colonies 
formed on the surface of spleens. Cell and 
Tissue Kinetics, i: 101-9. 

TUCKER, W. RANDOLPH, Assistant 
Professor 

Books 

With J. A. Campbell, I. R. Turner 

Report of education in the health fields for 
state of Illinois board of higher education. 
State Board of Higher Education, 111. 
625 pp. 

With B. D. Martin, T. B. Schwarts 

Studies in a patient with retroperitoneal sar- 
coma associated with severe hypoglycemia. 
Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 150, 2:395-405. 

WILLIAMS, GERALD A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Pituitary diseases. In Textbook of gyneco- 
logic endocrinology. Hoeber Med. Div. of 
Harper & Row, pubs., N.Y., pp. 51-63. 
Diseases of the parathyroid glands and cal- 
cium metabolism. In Internal medicine 
based on mechanisms of disease, ed. by 
P. J. Talso and A. P. Remenchik, pub. by 
C. V. Mosby Co., St. Louis, pp. 569-79. 

ZELKOWITZ. LEO, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With G. K. Arimura. A. A. Yunis 

Chloramphenicol and protein synthesis in 
mammalian cells. /. Lab. and Clin. Med., 
71, 4:596-609. 



MICROBIOLOGY 

ANDERSON, TRUMAN O., Associate 
Professor 

See Medicine. 



DEINHARDT, FRIEDRICH, Professor 
Articles 

With R. D. Smith 

Unique cytoplasmic membranes in rous virus- 
induced tumors of a subhuman primate. /. 
Cell. Biology, 57:819-23. 

With Barbara B. Buchner, J. C. Sinclair, 
A. W. Holmes 
Studies to identify tissue culture isolates 
from patients with infectious hepatitis. 
Canad. J. Ptcblic Health, 59:399-404. 



DRAY, SHELDON, Professor 
Articles 

With D. E. Thor, R. E. Juresis, S. R. Veach, 
Ellen Miller 
Cell-rnigration-inhibition factor released by 
antigen from human peripheral lymphocytes. 
Nature, 279:755-57. 
With D. E. Thor 

The cell-migration-inhibition correlate of de- 
layed hypersensitivity. Conversion of 
human nonsensitive lymph node cells to 
sensitive cells with an RNA extract. J. 
Immunol., 101 :469-80. 
A correlate of human delayed hypersensitivity: 
Specific inhibition of capillary tube migra- 
tion of sensitized human lymph node cells 
by tuberculin and histoplasmin. /. Immunol., 
101:51-61. 
With Katherine L. Knight 

Identification and genetic control of two rabbit 
alphaa-macroglobulin allotypes. Biochemistry, 
7:1165-71. 
Contribution of allelic genes to the forma- 
tion of individual alpha2-macroglobulin 
molecules. Biochemistry, 7:3830-35. 
With J. J. Albers 

Identification and genetic control of two 
rabbit low-density lipoprotein allotypes. 
Biochem. Genetics, 2:25-35. 
With Marian E. Koshland. R. A. Reisfeld 
Differences in amino acid composition related 
to allotypic and antibody specificity of 
rabbit IgG heavy chains. Immunochem., 5: 
471-83. 
With R. E. Juresis, D. E. Thor 

Transfer with RNA extracts of the cell-migra- 
tion-inhibition correlate of delayed hyper- 
sensitivity in the guinea pig. /. Immunol., 
101:823-29. 



HAQUE, RIAZ-UL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With D. W. Bently, R. Murphy, M. H. Lepper 
Biotyping an epidemiological tool for coagu- 
lase-negative staphylococci. In Antimicro- 
bial agents & chemotherapy, pp. 54-59. 

KEMPF, JOHN E., Professor 
Articles 

With J. V. Kopp, A. I'. Krocger 

Cytonlasmic inclusions observed by electron 
microscopy late in influenza virus infection 
of chicken embryo fibroblasts. Virology, 36 : 
381-83. 



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KNIGHT, KATHERINE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

W'ith S. Dray 

Contribution of allelic genes to the forma- 
tion of individual alpha2-macroglobulin 
molecules. Biochemistry, 7:3830-35. 
Identification and genetic control of two 
rabbit alphas-macroglobulin allotypes. Ibid., 
pp. 1165-71. 

KROEGER, ARTHUR V., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With J. V. Kopp. J. E. Kempf 

Cytoplasmic inclusions observed by electron 
microscopy late in influenza virus infection 
of chicken embryo fibroblasts. Virology, 36: 
681-83. 

LANGE, CHARLES F., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Rosita Lee 

Chemistry of M protein of group A strepto- 
cocci. Fed. Proc, 27:296. 
With F. T. Rapaport. A. S. Marko'vit=, 

A. C. Soloney, A. Fukade, T. Hanaoka 
Induction of skin allograft rejection by anti- 
sera to streptococcal membranes. Ibid.. 
p. 1630. 

MARKOWITZ, ABRAHAM S., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With H. Battifora, F. Schwartz, C. Aseron 
Immunological aspects of Goodpasture's Syn- 
drome. Clin, and Exp. Immunol., i:58S-92. 

NISONOFF, ALFRED, Professor 
Articles 

With S. Zappacosta, W. J. Mandy 

Mechanism of cleavage of rabbit IgG in two 
stages by soluble papain and reducing 
agent. /. Immunol., 100:1268-76. 
With G. Rossi 

Crystallization of fragment Fab of human 
IgG myeloma proteins. Biochem. Biophys. 
Res. Commun., ii:914-18. 
With S. Zappacosta 

Complementarity of heavy and light chains 
from antibodies of the same specificity de- 
rived from different rabbits. /. Immunol., 
100:781-87. 
With C. Souleil 

Measurement of an antigen-antibody reaction 
by a static method utilizing a porous gel. 
Nature, 217:144-46. 
With H. P. Avey, R. J. Poljak, G. Rossi 

Crystallographic data for the Fab fragment of 
human myeloma immunoglobulin (IgG). 
Ibid., 220:1248-50. 

PUMPER, ROBERT W., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. E. Walker 

Lysosome response of virus infected serum 

and serum-free mammalian cells cultured 

in vitro. Exp. Cell Research, 49:441-47. 
With M. B. Engel, N. R. Joseph 

Electrometric determination of surface charge 

of cultured mammalian cells. Proc. Soc. 

Exp. Biol, and Med., 128:990-96. 

TAYLOR, WELTON I., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With Dorothy Schclhart 

Isolation of Shigellae V. Comparison of en- 



richment broths with stools. Appl. Microbiol., 
i6:1383-S6. 
Isolation of Shigellae VI. Performance of 
media with stool specimens. Ibid., pp. 1387- 
93. 

THOR, DANIEL E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Human delayed hypersensitivity: an in vitro 
correlate and transfer by an RNA extract. 
Fed. Proc, 27:16-20. 
With S. Dray 

A correlate of human delayed hypersensitivity: 
Specific inhibition of capillary tube migra- 
tion of sensitized human lymph node cells 
by tuberculin and histoplasmin. /.Immunol., 
101:51-61. 

The cell-migration-inhibition correlate of de- 
layed hypersensitivity: Conversion of 
human nonsensitive lymph node cells to 
sensitive cells with an RNA extract. Ibid., 
pp. 469-80. 
With R. E. Juresis, S. R. Vcach, Ellen Miller, 
S. Dray 

Cell-migration-inhibition factor released by 
antigen from human peripheral lymphocytes. 
Nature, 2^9:755-57. 
With R. E. Juresiz, S. Dray 

Transfer with RNA extracts of the cell- 
migration-inhibition correlate of delayed 
hypersensitivity in the guinea pig. /. 
Immunol., 101:823-29. 

VICHER, EDWARD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. L. Kostiw. I. Lyon, B. M. Bolezvicc 
The effect of sodium propionate and sodium 
caprylate on the fatty acid content of 
Trichophyton riibrum. Mycopath. et Mxcol. 
Appl., i5':208-lS. 

WIDRA, ABE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With S. McMillen, H. J. Rlwdes 

Problems in serodiagnosis of cryptococcosis. 
Mycopath. et Mycol. Appl., .?6:353-56. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Ben-Porath, Edna (R. L. Northrop, Adviser), 
Biochemical analysis of a cell line persistently 
infected with mumps virus. 

Thor, Daniel E. CS. Dray, Adviser), Delayed 
hypersensitivity in man : A correlate in vitro 
and transfer by an RNA extract. 

Winters, Wendell D. (N. Khoobyarian, Ad- 
viser), Fate of adenovirus types in serially 
passaged infected cells of non-primate origin. 

NEUROLOGY AND NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

AMADOR, LUIS V., Associate Professor, 

Clinical 
Articles 
With C. Luis-Porras 

Medical progress in the care of subdural 

hematomas in infants and children. ///. 

Med. J., 134, August, pp. 165-170; 204. 

BAILEY, ORVILLE T., Professor of 

Neurology 
Books 

With J. Minkler, I. Feiyin, G. Jervis, 
R. Lindenberg, K. Neubuergcr 
Pathology of the nervous system (Vol. I). 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y., 1256 pp. 
With D. E. Smith 

Some experimental models of neurological 



174 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



disease. Williams and Wilkins Co., Balti- 
more, 364 pp. 

Articles 

With A. Wolf, S. A. Schneck, L. B. Rorke 
Iatrogenic modification of tissue responses to 
infectious agents in the central nervous 
system. Res. Pub. Assn. Nerv. Mcnt. Dis., 
44:445-62. 

Reviews 

Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease, by Walter R. 
Kirschbaum. J.A.M.A., 206:2746. 

BEATTY. ROBERT A., Instructor 

Articles 

With A. E. Richardson 

Predicting intolerance to common carotid 
artery ligation by carotid angiography. J. 
Neuroswg., 25:9-13. 

With O. Sugar, T. A. Fo.v 

Protrusion of the posterior longitudinal 
ligament simulating herniated lumbar inter- 
vertebral disc. /. Neuro., Neurosurg., 
Psychiat., iJ: 61-66. 

BOSHES, LOUIS D., Clinical Associate 

Professor of Neurology 
Articles 
With H. W. Kienast 

Clinical trials of Carbamazepine in sup- 
pressing pain. Headache, 8, 1:1-5. 

Contributions in "psychiatry" and "neurol- 
ogy" sections. World Book Encyc. 1967. 

Clinical trials of Carbamazepine in suppres- 
sing pain. Inst. Med. Chicago, 27, 3:50. 
With J. M. Levin 

Auto-immunity and the central nervous sys- 
tem. Ibid. 

Contributions in "psychiatry" and "neurol- 
ogy" sections. World Book Encyc. 
Book Reviews 

The neurologic examination, by Russell N. 
Dejong, M.D. Dis. Nerv. Syst., 29, 4:281. 

Drug therapy for epilepsy, by Samuel Liv- 
ingston, M.D. Ibid., 29, 5:345. 

Disease of the nervous system in infancy, 
childhood and adolescence, by Frank R. 
Ford. Ibid., 29, 6:421. 

A textbook of neurology, by H. Houston 
Merritt, M.D. Ibid., 29, 8:563-65. 

Exercises in neurological diagnosis, by John 
H. Tyrer, M.D., and John M. Sutherland, 
M.D. Cur. Med. Dig., 25, 10:1007. 

A textbook of physiological psychology by 
Segastian P. Grossman, M.D. Dis. Nerv. 
Syst., 29, 10:711. 

Treatment of Parkinson's disease and allied 
disorders, by Warren V. Huber, M.D.; 
Treatment of acquired hemorrhagic dis- 
orders, by Oscar D. Ratnoff, M.D. Ciir. 
Med. Dig., 25, 12:1183. 

A guide to psychotherapy, by Saul I. Harri- 
son, M.D., and Donald M. Carek, M.D. 
Med. World News, No. 9, December, pp. 
74-75. 

GARVIN, JOHN S., Clinical Professor 

of Neurology 
Articles 

Psychomotor variant pattern. Dis. Nerv. 

Syst., 29, May, pp. 307-9. 

GIBBS. FREDERIC A., Professor of 

Neurology 
Articles 

With Edna Cibbs, E. L. Gibbs, T. J. Gibbs 
Relation between specific types of occipital 



dysrhythmia and visual defects. Johns 
Hot'kins Med. J., 122:243-49. 
With D. Becka 

Reappraisal of the electroencephalogram in 
multiple sclerosis. Dis. Nerv. Syst., 29: 
589-92. 

RAIMONDI, ANTHONY J., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With D. Yashon, C. Reyes, L. Yarzagaray 
Intracranial false aneurysms. Neurochirur- 
gia, ll:2\9-3i. 
With H. Torres 

Head injuries in adults. In Current Therapy, 
W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 
702-6. 
With T. Norton 

Neurosurgery. In Ped. Surg. Nurses, R. B. 
Little, Brown and Company, Boston, pp. 
187-223. 

SUGAR, OSCAR, Professor, Neurological 

Surgery 
Articles 

With D. Yashon, J. A. Jane, J. R. White 
Protrusion of the posterior longitudinal liga- 
ment simulating herniated lumber inter- 
vertebral disc. /. Neuro., Neurosurg., Psy- 
chiat., 31:61-66. 
The non-surgical care of the head-injured 
patient. /. Okla. Med. Assn., July, pp. 
364-67. 
The diagnosis of cerebrovascular disease. /. 
Okla. Med. Assn., 61, August, pp. 419-21. 



NURSING 

BLISS, RACHEL, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Covert behavior: recognition and intervention. 

In ANA clinical sessions, Appleton-Century- 

Crofts, N. Y., pp. 309-14. 

KING, JOAN M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The initial interview: assessment of the 

patient and his difficulties. Pcrspcct. in 

Psychiat. Care, 5, 6:256-61. 

MULLANE, MARY K., Professor and Dean 
Articles 

Unmet needs in nursing in local health de- 
partments and the cost to meet them. 
Chart, 65, 10:316-20. 

SMYTH, SISTER MARY P., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Nursing education curriculums 1968: direc- 
tion or drift? NO, 16, 12:41-43. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

BURCHELL, R. CLAY, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Physiology of internal iliac artery ligation. 
/. Obstct. and Gxnaccol. Brit. Civlth., 75: 
642-51. 

DASKAL, JAY L., Instructor 
Articles 

With R. M. Pitkin 

Cone biopsy of the cervix during pregnancy. 
Obstet. and Gynecol., i2:l-5. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER 175 



KAMINETZKY, HAROLD A., Professor 
Articles 

M/ith M. Siverdlow 

Experimental cervical dysplasia in the rhesus 
monkey. Amer. J. Obstct. and Gynecol, 
i02:404-14. 

KELLER, JOHN M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With J. S. Krohmer 

Insulin transfer in the isolated human 
placenta. Obstet. and Gynecol., 32, 1:77-80. 

MENGERT, WILLIAM F., Professor 
Articles 

Lifetime observations on the etiology of 
eclampsia. Sotith. M. J., (5^:459-64. 

PITKIN, ROY M., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Amniocentesis and amniotic fluid analysis in 
clinical obstetrics. ///. Med. J., ijJ: 170-72. 
Medical progress in the use of drugs in 
pregnancy. Ibid., 134:265-68. 
With W. A. Reynolds, R. C. Burchell 

Fetal contribution to amniotic fluid. Amer. 
J. Obstet. and Gynecol., it^O: 834-38. 

RICKS, PHILANDER, JR., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Further experience with exchange transfusion 

in sickle cell anemia and pregnancy. Amer. 

J. Obstet. and Gynecol., 100:1087-91. 

STEPTO, ROBERT C, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Clinical use of 
J7:23-25. 

ZWIREK, STEPHEN J., Instructor 
Articles 

With R. M. Pitkin 

Direct spectrophometric estimation of amni- 
otic fluid volume. Amer. J. Obstet. and 
Gynecol., 101:934-37. 

WYNN, RALPH M., Professor and Head 
Books 

Third conference on fetal homeostasis, Apple- 

ton-Century-Crofts, N.Y. 298 pp. 
Carcinoma in situ. (Translation of the Ger- 
man text of Gunther Kern.) Springer- 
Verlag, 212 pp. 
Articles 

Morphology of the placenta. In Biology of 
gestation (Vol. I), ed. by N. S. Assali, 
Academic Press, N.Y., pp. 93-184. 
Fine structural effects of intrauterine con- 
traceptives on the human endometrium. 
Fertil. atid Steril., iP: 867-82. 
With G. L. French 

Comparative ultrastructure of the mammalian 
amnion. Obstet. and Gynecol., ii: 759-44. 
With N. Bjorkman 

Ultrastructure of the feline placental mem- 
brane. Amer. J. Obstet. and Gynecol., 
J(?2:34-43. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Intrauterine contraceptives: action and ac- 
ceptability. International Planned Parent- 
hood Federation Medical Bulletin. Vol. 2, 
No. 1. 
Comparative ultrastructural studies of normal 
and neoplastic trophoblastic invasion. Pro- 



The New Physician, 



ceedings Fourth Rochester Trophoblast 
Conference, 19 pp. 

Report on intrauterine contraceptive devices. 
Advisory Committee in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology of the Food and Drug Ad- 
ministration. 
Book Reviews 

Contributions to embryology. Carnegie Insti- 
tution of Washington. Amer. J. Obstet. 
and Gynecol., 100:308-10. 

The pathology of the human placenta, by K. 
Benirschke, S. G. Driscoll. Ibid., 101: 
863-65. 

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 

BALATY, JERRY, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With W. F. Malone 

The rubber dam dilemma. ///. State Dental 
J., 37, 3:138-43. 

MALONE, WILLIAM F., Professor 
Articles 

With J. Balaty 

The rubber dam dilemma. III. State Dental 
J., 37, 3:138-43. 
With J. L. Manning 

Caries control. Dental World, 23, 1, First 
Quarter, p. 8. 
With J. W. Paul 

Completed amalgam restorations. ///. State 
Dental J., 37, 5:296-300. 

MANNING, JOHN L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. F. Malone 

Caries control. Dental World, 23, 1, First 
Quarter, p. 8. 

PAUL, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With W. F. Malone 

Completed amalgam restorations. ///. State 
Dental J., 37, 5:296-300. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

FELDMAN, VICTOR F., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

With H. M. Burian 

The effect of glare in the electroretinogram of 
normal human observers. Amer. J. Ophth., 
65:91-97. 

FRENKEL, MARCEL, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Laminography in management of mucoceles. 

Atner. J. Ophth., 65:522-26. 
Serodiagnosis of syphilis — editorial. Ibid., 
66:972. 
Reviews 

Les movements conjugues oculaires et leurs 
diverses modalites d'atteinte, by Jean de 
Recondo. Ibid., 65:124. 
Compters rendus due ler congres international 
de neurogendque et neuro-ophthalmogie, 
ed. by D. Klein, P. Amalric, B. Karger. 
Ibid., 66:759. 

HUGHES, WILLIAM F., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With R. C. Ey, M. A. Bloome, C. B. Tollman 
Prevention of corneal vascularization. Amer. 
J. Ophth., (56:1118-31. 



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KAPLAN, JOEL A., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

IVith D. B. Freilich 

Effect of cryosurgery on vitreous hemorrhage. 
Intr. Sury., 50:1. 

KRONFELD, PETER C, Professor Emeritus 
Articles 

Some basic statistics of clinical tonography. 
Invest. Ophth., 7:319-29. 

URIST, MARTIN J., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Recession and upward displacement of the 
medial rectus muscles in A-pattern eso- 
tropia. Amcr. J. Ophth., 65:769-73. 



ORAL ANATOMY 

Du BRUL, E. LLOYD, Professor 
Articles 

Biology of artistic behavior. Persp. in Biol, 
and Med., 2, 4:631-48. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 
Scapino, Robert P. (E. L. Du Brul, Adviser), 
Biomechanics of feeding in Carnivora. 



ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 

ATTERBURY. ROBERT A., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Suture materials — an important accessory in 

the art of oral surgery. Dent. Digest, 74. 

6:258-61. 
Suture removal — an important accessory in 

the art of oral surgery. Ihid., 74, 7:298- 

300. 
With S. J. Vasirani 

Maxillary sinus perforations and closures. 

Oral Sum.. Oral Med. and Oral Path., 25, 

4:534-39. 
Pain — recognition and understanding. 7. 

Indian Dent. Assn., pp. 179-84. 
Adequate oral examination — a prerequisite 

for early detection of oral cancer. /. Amer. 

Dent. Assistants, 37, 4:10-13. Part I. 
Oral manifestations of diabetes mellitus. 

/. Amer. Soc. Geriatric Dentistry, J: 3. 
The general practitioner and_ facio-dental 

emergencies. Dent. Digest, 74, 12:502-5. 

GREENE, CHARLES S., Instructor 
Articles 

Dental care program in action for children 

— Part I. Dental Econ./Oral Hygiene, 
55:54. 

Dental care program in action for children 

— Part II. Ibid., p. 52. 

LASKIN. DANIEL M., Professor and 

Associate Head 
Articles 

A new look at an old problem. /. Oral Surg., 

26:773. 
Management of odontogenic infections of the 
head and neck. In Current therapv in 
dentistry, ed. by Byrd, C. V. Mosby Co., 
St. Louis, Mo., pp. 528-40. 
With S. Peskin 

Surgical aids in orthodontics. Dent. Clin. N. 
Amer., pp. 509-24. 



PESKIN, SIDNEY, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With D. M. Laskin 

Surgical aids in orthodontics. Dent. Clin. N. 
Amer., pp. 509-24. 



ORAL DIAGNOSIS 

COHEN, LAWRENCE, Professor and Head of 

Department 
Articles 

The intercellular cement substance of oral 
epithelium in man and Macaca irus. 
Archs. oral Biol., JJ: 163-69. 

Isolated trigeminal neuropathy. 7. Oral Medi- 
cine. 23, 3:107-10. 
With A. H. Young 

The white sponge naevus. Brit. J. Oral Surg., 
5, 3:206-10. 

DOUGLAS, BRUCE L., Professor 
Articles 

With J. C. Gleeson 

The role of the dental school in the develop- 
ment of community dental programs. Qt. 
Natl. Dental Assn., Inc., 26, 3:65-67. 

MEDAK, HERMAN, Professor 
Articles 

With S. Nawakovsky, E. A. McGrew, 
P. Burlakow, S. Nanos 
Manifestations of viral infections in exfoli- 
ated cells. ACTA Cytologica, 12, 3:227-36. 

TIECKE. RICHARD S., Professor and 

Visiting Lecturer 
Articles 

Early diagnosis of oral cancer. Geriatrics, 

2i:114-17. 



ORAL PATHOLOGY 

ALVARES, OLAV F. Instructor 

Articles 

With Julia Meyer 

Regional differences in parakeratotic response 
to mild zinc deficiency. Arch. Derm., 98: 
191-201. 
With L. B. Silverglade, E. Olech 

Central mucoepidermoid tumors of the jaws. 
Review of the literature and case report. 
Cancer, 22, 3:650-53. 

GERSON, STANLEY J., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With L. Quackenbush 

Quantitative histochemistry of rat oral rnu- 
cosa: acid phosphatase. Ensym. biol. din., 
9:74-78. 

GRAND, NICHOLAS G., Professor 

Articles 

With P. P. Goland 

Chloro-s-triazines as markers and fixatives for 

study of growth in teeth and bones. Amer. 

J. Phys. Anthrop., 29, 2:201-18. 

MEYER, JULIA, Professor 

Articles 

With D. K. Daftary, J. 7. Pindborg 

Studies in oral leukoplakias. XI. Histo- 
pathology of leukoplakias in Indians chew- 
ing "pan" with tobacco. Acta Odont. 
Scand., 25, 4:397-435. 



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With O. F. Alvares 

Regional differences in parakeratotic response 
to mild zinc deficiency. Arch. Derm., 98: 
191-201. 

SILVERGLADE, LEE B., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With O. F. Alvares, E. Olcch 

Central mucoepidermoid tumors of the jaws. 

Review of the literature and case report. 

Cancer, 22, 3:650-53. 

WATERHOUSE, JOHN P., Professor and 
Head, Oral Pathology; Acting Head, 
Histology 

Articles 

With G. T. Hankey 

A calcifying chondroma in the cheek. Brit. 
J. oral Surg., 5:239-44. 

With C. A. Squier 

The ultrastructural localisation of non-spe- 
cific esterase in dendritic cells of human 
and rat oral epitheliu. Archs. oral Biol., 
13:1157-58. 
Quantitative comparison of acid phosphatase 
in oral epithelium at light and electron 
microscope levels. /. R. microsc. Sac, 88: 
557-70. 



ORTHODONTICS 

ENGEL, MILTON B., Professor 
Articles 

With R. W. Pumper, N. R. Joseph 

Electrometric determination of surface change 
of cultured mammalian cells. Proc. Soc. 
Exp. Biol, and Med., 128:990-96. 

SCHNEIDER, BERNARD J., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Lead acetate as a vital marker for the 

analysis of bone growth. Amer. J. Phys. 

Anthrop., 29:197-200. 



ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

DEWALD. RONALD L., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With L. M. Solomon, D. Fritcin 

The epidermal nevus syndrome. Arch. Derm., 

97:273-85. 

GALANTE, JORGE O., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Fatigue fractures. A clinical study, by J. M. 

Morris, L. D. Blickenstaff. Rev. Surg., 

25, 5:313. 

HOWARD, FRANCIS M.. Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With T. W. McNeill 

Ski injuries. Pres.-St. Luke's Hosp. Med. 
Bull.. 7, 1:2-8. 

JACOBS, RICHARD L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Complications of supracondylar fractures of 

the humerus. Pres.-St. Luke's Hosp. Med. 

Bull., 7, 1:40-47. 

Bone and joint trauma. In Medical and 

surgical emergencies (2nd ed.), ed. by J. 



Schneewind, Year Book, Chicago, pp. 
140-55. 
With R. D. Ray 

Studies of Vitamin D binding in normal and 
rachitic serum. Clin. Ortho. and Rcl. Res., 
56:275-81. 
In vitro binding of histologic stains by 
collagen. Ibid., 60:256-60. 

LAMBERT. CLAUDE N., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Early evaluation and prosthetic fitting of 
juvenile amputees. Proc. Inst. Med., 27, 
3:54. 
With R. J. Pellicore, L. V. Amador, 
W. R. Peterson 
Fractures of the neck and back. Indus. Med. 
and Surg., 37, 4:263-74. 

PELLICORE, RAYMOND J., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 
With C. N. Lambert, L. V. Amador, 

W. R. Peterson 
Fractures of the neck and back. Indus. Med. 

and Surg., 37, 4:263-74. 

RAY, ROBERT D., Professor 
Articles 

Circulation and the skeletal system. /. Bone 
and Joint Surg., 5(7-^:764-65. 
With R. L. Jacobs 

Studies of Vitamin D binding in normal and 
rachitic serum. Clin. Ortho. and Rel. Res., 
5(5:275-81. 
In vitro binding of histologic stains by 
collagen. Ibid., 60:256-60. 
With K. E. Kuettner, H. L. Guenther, 
G. F. B. Schumacher 
Lysozyme in preosseous cartilage. Calc. Tiss. 
Res., i:298-30S. 
With M. J. Schrodt, R. Eisenstein, 
K. E. Kuettner 
Ontogenic studies of lysozyme in embryonic 
cartilage. Surg. Forum, 19:461-62. 
With T. Y. Sabet 

Failure of ribonuclease to inhibit the trans- 
fer of honograft sensitivity. Clin. Ortho. 
and Rel. Res., 61:92-102. 
With I. M. Sicgel, J. E. Miller 

Subcutaneous lower limb tenotomy in the 
treatment of pseudo-hypertrophic muscular 
dystrophy: description of technique and 
presentation of twenty-one cases. /. Bone 
and Joint Surg., 50-A, 7:1437-43. 

SCHRODT, MERLE J., Instructor and 

Resident 
Articles 

With R. D. Ray 

Ontogenic studies of lysozyme in embryonic 
cartilage. Surg. Forum, 19:461-62. 

SHAPIRO, JULES S., Clinical Associate 
Articles 

The wrist in relation to ulnar drift of the 
fingers in rheumatoid arthritis. Pres.-St. 
Luke's Hosp. Med. Bull., 7:69-74. 
The etiology of ulnar drift: report of a re- 
lated finding. Acta Ortho. Scand., 39. 3: 
346-53. 
The wrist in relation to ulnar drift of the 
fingers. Bull. Louis A. Weiss Mem. Hosp., 
I 9:49-60. 



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SIEGEL, IRWIN M. 
Articles 

Subcutaneous lower limb tenotomy in the 
treatment of pseudo-hypertrophic muscular 
dystrophy: description of technique and 
presentation of twenty-one cases. /. Bone 
and Joint Surg.. 50-A, 7:1437-43. 

Jogger's heel. /. Amer. Med. Assn., 206, 13: 
289. 

The osteochondroses, Part I. Amer. J. Ortho. 
Surg., 10, 10:246-49. 

The osteochondroses, conclusion. Ibid., 10, 
11:266-78. 

Lead noisoning in uptown: a medical social 
problem. Bull. Louis A. Weiss Mem. 
Hasp., 9:42-46. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

DERBYSHIRE, ARTHUR J., Research 

Professor 
Articles 

The philosophy behind audiometry in infants. 

E.E.N. T. Monthly, 47:405-7. 
With N. Torok 

Computation of the nystagmogram. Acta Oto- 
Laryngologica, <55: 70-78. 

HAMILTON. LEE R., Research Assistant 
Articles 

With K. H. Siedentop, M. E. Tardy 

Eustachian tube function. AMA Arch. Oto- 
laryng., 88, 4:386-95. 

HOLINGER, PAUL H., Professor 
Articles 

Axioms on hoarseness. Hasp. Med., 4, 2: 
4-12. 

Cancer of the larynx. In Cancer manage- 
ment, a special graduate course on cancer 
sponsored by American Cancer Society, 
Inc., J. B. Lippincott Co., pp. 319-22. 

Benign tumors of the trachea and bronchi. 
Otol. Clinics N. Amer., June, pp. 219-38. 

Management of esophageal lesions caused by 
chemical burns. Atm. Otol., Rhin., and 
Laryng., 77, 5:819-29. 
With N. L. Shipkowits, J. C. Helper, 
M. C. Worland 

Studies of etiology of laryngeal papilloma and 
an autogenous laryngeal papilloma vaccine. 
Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 65:63-69. 
With Joyce A. S child, D. G. Maurizi 

Internal and external trauma to the larynx. 
Laryngoscope, 78, 6:944-54. 

Laryngeal papilloma; review of etiology and 
therapy, /bid., 75, 9: 1462-74. 

LAKER, HAROLD I., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

With A. Loewy 

Tracheal stoma problems. AMA Arch. 
Otolaryng., 87, 5:477-84. 

LEDERER, FRANCIS L., Professor Emeritus 

Articles 

With B. J. Soboroff 

The lanthanic neck mass. Trans. Amer. 

Laryngol. Assn. (89th vol.), pp. 96-106. 
The lanthanic neck mass. Ann. Otol., Rhin., 
and Laryng., 77:547-57. 
With L. T. Tenta 

Emergencies in otolaryngology. In Medical 
and surgical emergencies, ed. by J. H. 



Schneewind. Yearbook Medical Publishers, 
Chicago, pp. 225-39. 

LOEWY, ARTHUR, Professor 
Articles 

With H. I. Laker 

Tracheal stoma problems. AMA Arch. Oto- 
laryng., 87. 5:477-84. 

MARCUS, RICHARD E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Vestibular function and additional findings 
in Waardenburg's syndrome. Acta Oto- 
Laryngologicia, Supplementum 229, p. 30. 
With H. Field, P. Copack, A. J. Derbyshire, 
G. J. Driessen 

Responses of newborns to auditory stimula- 
tion. /. Auditory Research, 7:271-85. 

Hearing loss in infants: restatement and 
summary of the forum. E.E.N.T. Monthly, 
47, 9:420-21. 

SABERMAN, MARK N., Clinical Instructor 

Articles 

With E. M. Skolnik, B. J. Soboroff, 
L. T. Tenta, H. C. Jones 
Preoperative radiation in head and neck can- 
cer. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophthal. and 
Otol., 72, 6:937-42. 

SCHILD, JOYCE A., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

With P. H. Holinger, D. G. Maurisi 

Internal and external trauma to the larynx. 

Laryngoscope, 78, 6:944-54. 
Laryngeal papilloma: review of etiology and 

therapy. Ibid., 78, 9:11,62-7 A. 

SIEDENTOP, KARL H., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With M. E. Tardy, L. R. Hamilton 

Eustachian tube function. AMA Arch. 

Otolaryng., 88, 4:386-95. 

SKOLNIK, EMANUEL M., Professor 

Articles 

With M. E. Tardy, L. T. Tenta, 

D. M. Wineinger 
Elective neck dissection in head and neck 

carcinoma. AMA Arch. Otolaryng., 87: 

471-76. 
With H. C. Jones, M. N. Saberman. 

B. J. Soboroff, L. T. Tenta 
Preoperative radiation in head and neck 

cancer. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophthal. and 

Otol., 72:937-42. 

SOBOROFF, BURTON J., Professor 
Articles 

With F. L. Ledcrer 

The lanthanic neck mass. Ann. Otol., Rhin., 

and Laryng., 77:547-57. 
The lanthanic neck mass. Trans. Amer. 

Laryngol. Assn. (89th vol.), pp. 96-106. 
With H. C. Jones, E. M. Skolnik, 

M. AT. Saberman, L. T. Tenta 
Preoperative radiation in head and neck 

cancer. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophthal. and 

Otol., 72:937-42. 

TARDY, M. EUGENE, JR., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. M. Skolnik, L. T. Tenta, 

D. M. Wineinger 
Elective neck dissection in head and neck 



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carcinoma. AM A Arch. Otolaryng., 87: 
471-76. 
With K. H. Siedentop, L. R. Hamilton 

Eustachian tube function. Ibid., 88:3&6-95. 
With M. Samter, N. Costea, M. Shulman 
Answers to questions on allergic emergencies. 
Hasp. Med.. 4, 11:61-74. 

TENTA, LOUIS T., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With F. L. Lederer 

Emergencies in otolaryngology. In Medical 

and surgical emergencies, ed. by John H. 

Schneewind. Yearbook Medical Publishers, 

Chicago, pp. 225-39. 
With E. M. Skolnik, M. E. Tardy, 

D. M. Wineinger 
Elective neck dissection in head and neck 

carcinoma. AMA Arch. Otolaryng., 87: 

471-76. 
With E. M. Skolnik, B. J. Soboroff, 

M. N. Saberman, H. C. Jones 
Preoperative radiation in head and neck 

cancer. Trans. Amer. Acad. Ophthal. and 

Otol., 72:937-42. 

TOROK, NICHOLAS, Professor 
Articles 

With A. J. Derbyshire 

Computation of the nystagmogram. Acta Oto- 
Laryngologica, 65:70-78. 

WALLNER, LINDEN J., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With B. J. Hill, W. Waldrof, C. Monroe 

Voice changes following adenotonsillectomy; a 
study of velar function by cineflkorography 
and video tape. Laryngoscope, 78, 8: 
1410-18. 



PATHOLOGY 

BATTIFORA, HECTOR A., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With P. A. McCreary, B. M. Hahneman, 
G. H. Laing, G. M. Hass 
Chronic magnesium deficiency in the rat. 
Studies of chronic myelogenous leukemia. 
Arch. Path., 86:610-20. 
With A. M. Markowitz, F. Schwartz, C. Asaron 
Immunological aspects of Goodpasture's syn- 
drome. Clin. Exp. Immunol., J: 585-91. 

CHOMET, BERNHARD, Professor of 
Pathology 

Articles 

Oral carcinoma and multiplicity of carcino- 
mas. Oral Surg., Oral Med., and Oral 
Path., 26, 1:87-91. 

CHRIST. MIRIAM, Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

Polycystic nephroblastoma. /. Urol., 98: 
570-75. 

ECKNER, FRIEDRICH A. O., Lecturer 
Articles 

With M. Lev, R. R. Libert hson, R. A. Arcilla 
The pathologic anatomy of dextrocardia and 
its clinical implications. Circtttation, 37: 
979-99. 



With P. V. Moulder, E. H. Blackstone, M. Lev 
Pressure-derivative loop for left ventricular 
resuscitation. Arch. Surg., 96:323-27. 
With B. H. Riebe, P. V. Moulder, 
E. H. Blackstone 
Histochemical study of enzyme systems in 
frozen dried tissue. Histochemie, ii: 283-88. 
With E. H. Blackstone, R. H., Evans, 

A. Drake, P. V. Moulder 
Perfusion-induced myocardial injury. J. 

Thorac. Cardiovas, Surg., 36:689-98. 

EISENSTEIN, REUBEN, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With K. E. Kuettner, L. W. Soblc, 
J. A. Yaeger 
The influence of lysozyme on the appearance 
of epiphyseal cartilage in organ culture. 
Calc. Tiss. Res., 2:93. 
With L. W. Soble, K. Kuettner 

Lysozyme in skeletal tissues. Amer. J. Path., 

52:29a. 
Giant cell tumor of tendon sheath: Its 
histogenesis as studied in the electron 
microscope. /. Bone atid Joint Surg., 
5(9:476. 
With M. J. Schrodt, R. D. Ray, 
K. E. Kuettner 
Lysozyme in embryonic cartilage: Ontogenic 
studies. Surg. Forum, 19:461-62. 

FRIEDERICI, H. H. R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With R. J. DeCloux 

The early response of immature rat myo- 
metrium to estrogen stimulation. /. Ultra- 
struct. Res., 22:402-12. 

The tri-dimensional ultrastructure of fene- 
strated capillaries. Ibid., 2J:444-S6. 

Freeze-etch observations on interstitial con- 
nective tissue. Ibid., 24:269-%S. 

HASS, GEORGE M., Professor 

Articles 

With R. Oyasu, H. Battifora, R. Eisenstein, 
J. H. McDonald 
Enhancement of tumorigenesis in the urinary 
bladder of rats by neonatal administration 
of 2-AAF. /. Natl. Cancer Inst., ■^0:377-88. 

With H. A. Battifora, P. A. McCreary, 

B. M. Hahneman, G. H. Laing 

Chronic maarnesium deficiencjr in the rat. 

Studies of chronic myelogenous leukemia. 

Arch. Path., 86:610-20. 
With P. Coogan, J. Friese, H. Maganini 
Inhibition of growth of fibroblasts in vitro by 

ultrafiltrate of chick embryo extract. Lab. 

Invest., 18:139-42. 
With C. B. Taylor, K. J. Ho 

Le role de la parol arterielle dans I'athero- 

genese. Colloques Internationaux du Centre 

National de la Recherche Scientifique, No. 

169, Paris, Editions du Centre National de 

la Recherche Scientifique. 

JABLOKOW, VICTOR R., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With A. B. Rubenstein, F. A. Lloyd 

Differentiation of a bifid ureter from ureteral 
diverticula. III. Med. J.. 134:33-35. 

KING, LESTER S., Lecturer 
Articles 

Scientific writing. American Medical Asso- 
ciation, Chicago, 132 pp. 



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Changing concepts of "scientific" medicine. 

Harvard Med. Alum. Bull., -^2:8-11. 
Reconstructing the past. J. A.M. A., 204, 1: 

47-50. 
Signs and symptoms. J. A.M. A., 206, 5: 

1063-65. 

KRAKOVVER, CECIL A., Professor 
Articles 

With R. Gunnar 

Clinical pathologic conference. Amer. Heart 
J., 76, 6:820-28. 

LEV, MAURICE, Lecturer 
Articles 

The conduction system. In Pathology of the 
heart, ed. by Gould (3rd ed.), Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., pp. 180-220. 

The conduction system in congential heart 
disease. Amer. J. Cardiol., 21:619-27. 
With R. Okada, S. Glagov 

Different effects of increased volume and in- 
creased pressure on endocardial structure 
in hearts with atrial septal defect. Amer. 
Heart J., 75:474-86. 
With P. V. Moulder, E. H. Black-stone, 
F. A. O. Eckner 

Pressure-derivative loop for left ventricular 
resuscitation. Arch. Surg., 96:323-27. 
With P. N. Linger, M. Greenblatt 

The anatomic basis of the electrocardiographic 
abnormality in incomplete left bundle 
branch block. Amer. Heart J., 76:486-97. 
With R. Okada, D. Johnson 

Extracardiac malformations associated with 
congenital heart disease. Arch. Path., 85: 
649-57. 
With R. R. Liberthson, F. A. 0. Eckner, 
R. A. Ar cilia 

The pathologic anatomy of dextrocardia and 
its clinical implications. Circulation, 37: 
979-99. 

McGREW, ELIZABETH A., Professor 
Articles 

With Sophie Noivakovsky, H. Medak, 
P. Burlakow, Stella Nanos 
Manifestations of viral infections in exfoli- 
ated cells. Acta Cytologica, 12, 3:227-36. 

MILLES, GEORGE, Professor 
Articles 

With R. W. Roesel. E. Strelka 

Uncontrolled hemorrhage in drug-induced hy- 
potension. Surgery, d"?: 801-4. 

PIETRA, GIUSEPPE G., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With E. Silber, B. Levin, A. Pick 

Mesothelioma of the pericardium. C.P.C. 

Amer. Heart J., 75:545. 
With M. D. D'Amodio, M. M. Leventhal, 

W. Oh, J. L. Braudo 
Electron microscopy of cutaneous capillaries 

of newborn infants: 1. Effects of placental 

transfusion. Pediatrics, 42:678. 

PIRANI, CONRAD L., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With L. Salinas-Madrigal 

Evaluation of percutaneous renal biopsy. In 
Pathology annual, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 
N.Y., pp. 249-96. 
With E. Rosenmann, V. E. Pollak 

Renal vein thrombosis in the adult: a clinical 



and pathologic study based on renal bi- 
opsies. Medicine, '?7:269-335. 

With R. A. Bacani, F. Velasquez, A. Kanter, 
V. E. Pollak 
Rapidly progressive (nonstreptococcal) glom- 
erulonephritis. Ann. Int. Med., 69, 3: 
462-85. 

With V. E. Pollak, S. Rosen, R. C. Muehrcke, 
R. M. Kark 
The natural history of lipoid nephrosis and of 
membranous glomerulonephritis. Ibid., 69: 
1171-96. 

With D. Gonzales-Cueto, J. M. Levitsky, 
M. Perou 
Amyloidosis in adult mongoloids. In Amy- 
loidosis 1968, ed. by E. Mandema, L. 
Ruinen, T. H. Scholten, A. S. Cohen, pp. 
418-28. 

SMITH, ROGER D., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With F. Deinhardt 

Unique cytoplasmic membranes in rous sar- 
coma virus-induced tumors of a subhuman 
primate. /. Cell Biol., J7: 819-33. 

STERN, KURT, Professor 
Articles 

Problems of blood grouping and crossmatch- 
ing. Hosp. Med., 4:85-93. 
Reviews 

Ueberempfindlichkeit und Immunitat, ed. by 
R. Roulet. J. A.M. A., 20i: 308. 

SWERDLOW, MARTIN A., Professor 
Books Edited 

Proceedings, Thirty-third Seminar of the 
American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 
Seminar on Diseases of the Liver. Ameri- 
can Society of Clinical Pathologists, Chi- 
cago, 80 pp. 

Articles 

With L. J. Humphrey 

Large duct epithelial hyperplasia and car- 
cinoma of the breast. Arch. Surg., 97, 10: 
592-94. 

With H. Kaminetsky 

Experimental cervical dysplasia in the rhesus 
monkey: estrogen as a cof actor with 
methylcholanthrene. Amer. J. Obstet. and 
Gynecol., 102, 3:404-14. 

VALAITIS, JONAS, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With J. van Elk, C. J. Staley 

Effect of hyperbaric oxygen and nitrogen 
mustard (NSC-762) on Ehrlich ascites tu- 
mor. Cancer Chcmo. Rpts., 52, 3:405-12. 

WOLFE, LAUREN G., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

«"/)>/! R. A. Griesemer, R. L. Farrell 

Experimental aerosol transmission of Yaba 
virus in monkeys. /. Natl. Cancer Inst., 
41, 5:1175-95. 
With A. Adler, R. A. Griesemer 

Immunologic response of monkeys to aero- 
sols of Yaba virus. Ibid., pp. 1197-1203. 



BEHRMAN. RICHARD E., Professor 
Articles 

Emergency care of the newborn. In Hand- 



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book of pediatric medical emergencies, ed. 
by Varga, C. V. Mosby Co., St. Louis, pp. 

24-76. 
With J. T. Parer, C. W. de Lannoy 

Uterine blood flow and oxygen consumption 
in Rhesus monkeys with retained placentas. 
Amer. J. Obstet. and Gynecol., 100:S06-12. 
With E. L. Makowski, F. C. Battaglia, 

G. Mcschia. J. Schruefer, A. E. Seeds, 
P. D. Bruns 

Effect of maternal exposure to high altitude 
upon fetal oxygenation. Ibid., pp. 852-61. 

Fetal anoxia. In Drugs and poisions i}i rela- 
tion to the developing nervous system. Pro- 
ceedings of the Conference on Drugs and 
Poisons as Etiologic Agents in Mental Re- 
tardation. 1967. Public Health Service 
Publication Xo. 1791, U.S. Department of 
Health. Education, and Welfare, Bethesda, 
Maryland, pp. 164-67. 

In vivo oxygen dissociation curves for ma- 
ternal and fetal Rhesus monkeys. /. .4.ppl. 
Physiol., 25:224-29. 
With G. W. Kittinger 

Fetal and maternal responses to angiotensin 
in utero. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med., 
129:305-8. 
With O. W. Portman, P. Soltys 

The transfer of free fatty acids across the 
primate placenta. Amer. I. Physiol., 216: 
143-47. 
With O. W. Portman, P. Soltys, M. Alexander 

Plasma lysolecithinase activity in pregnancy. 
Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 167:610-12. 

BUCHELERES, H. GUXTHER, Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
With M. Serratto, P. Bicoff, R. A. Miller, 

A. R. Hastreiter 
Palliative balloon atrial septostomy for total 

anomalous pulmonarv venous connection in 

infancy. /. Pediat.,' 73:7 iA-Z9. 

CARR, IAN R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With E. Aberdeen 

Transposition of the great arteries. In Mod- 
ern trends in cardiac surgery (Vol. II). 
ed. bv Wooler and Aberdeen, Butterworth 
and Co., London, pp. 182-99. 

GOTOFF, SAMUEL P., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Lymphocytes in agammaglobulinemia: In 
vitro response to a specific antigen. Pediat. 
Res.. 2:209-14. 
With S. A. McCue, P. W. Wendell 

Sustained-release aspirin in children. J. 

Pediat., 73:127-3L 
Lymphocytes in congenital immunological de- 
ficiency diseases. Clin. Exp. Immunol., 
J: 843-56. 

GROSSMAN. HERBERT J., Professor 

Articles 

Environmental deprivation. In Ambulatory 
pediatrics, ed. by Green and Haggerty, 
\V. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, pp. 275-80. 

HASTREITER, ALOIS R., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Endocardial fibro-elastosis. In Heart disease 

in infants, children and adolescents, ed. by 

Moss and Adams, Williams and Wilkins 

Co., Baltimore, pp. 760-97. 



With A. Rodriguez-Coronel, M. H. Paul 

Pre-excitation syndrome associated with 
subvalvular aortic stenosis in children. 
Pediatrics, -/i: 1115-23. 
With A. Rodriguez-Coronel 

Anomalous inferior vena cava with azygos 
continuation, high (sinus-venosus) atrial 
septal defect, and alterations of sino-atrial 
rhythm. Amer. J. Cardiol., 2i: 575-81. 
Discordant situs of thoracic and abdominal 
viscera. Ibid., 22:111-18, 
With A. Rodrigues-Coronel, V. Sueblingvong 
Qinical forms of atrial flutter in infancy, 
/. Pediat., 73:69-76. 
With M. Serratto, H. G. Bv.chcleres, P. Bicoff, 
R. A. Miller 
Palliative balloon atrial septostomy for total 
anomalous pulmonary venous connection in 
infancy. Ibid., 73:734-39. 

HOXIG, GEORGE R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With K. R. Unna 

Vitamin Be group. XII, Pharmacology and 

toxicology. In The vitamins — chemistry, 

physiology, pathology, methods (Vol. II), 

ed. by Sebrell and Harris, Academic Press, 

N.Y. and London, pp, 104-8. 
With C. F. Abildgaard, J. V. Simone, 

E. N. Forman, C. A. Johnson, R. A. Seeler 
Von Willebrand's disease: A comparative 

study of diagnostic tests. /. Pediat., 73: 

355-63. 

HYDE, JOHX S., Clinical Associate Professor 

Articles 

With C. L. Su'arts 

Effect of an exercise program on the peren- 
nially asthmatic child. Amer. J. Dis. Chil- 
dren, 116:383-96. 

LIS, EDWARD F.. Professor 
Articles 

The digestive system: mouth. In Biologic 
basis of pediatric practice, ed by Cooke, 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., X.Y., pp. 836-39. 
Management of children with cleft lip and 
cleft palate. In Ambulatory pediatrics, ed. 
bv Green and Haggerty, W. B, Saunders, 
Philadelphia, pp. 581-93. 

MILLER, ROBERT A., Professor 

Articles 

With A. Rodriguez-Corcmel 

Congenital atrioventricular block. In Heart 
disease in infants, children, and adoles- 
cents, ed. by Moss and Adams, William 
and Wilkins, Baltimore, pp. 1039-71. 
With Gloria Serratto 

Bacterial endocarditis. In Pediatric cardiol- 
ogy, ed. by Watson, Lloyd-Luke Ltd., 
London, pp. 837-43. 
Congestive heart failure. Ibid., pp. 909-31. 
Transposition of the great vessels. In Cur- 
rent pediatric therapy, ed. by Gellis and 
Kagan, W. B. Saunders, "Philadelphia, 
p. 199. 
With Maria Serratto, H. G. Buchelcres. 
P. Bicoff, A. R. Hastreiter 
Palliative balloon atrial septostomy for total 
anomalous pulmonary venous connection in 
infancy. /. Pediat., 73:734-39. 

PACHMAX, DANIEL J., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

The fight against smoking in children: The 
role of the physician. ///. Med. J., 134:1-6. 



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PILDES, ROSITA S., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With G. Joassin, M. L. Parker, M. Cornblath 
Juvenile diabetes mellitus, a deficiency in 
insulin. Diabetes, J7: 27-32. 

ROSENTHAL, IRA M., Professor 

Articles 

With D. Bronsky, R. T. Kiamko, R. Moncada 
Intra-uterine hyperparathyroidism secondary 
to maternal hypoparathyroidism. Pediat- 
rics, 42:606-13. 

SCHULMAN, IRVING, Professor and Head 

of Department 
Articles 

With C. F. Ahildgaard, J. J. Corrigan, 
R. A. Seeler, J. V. Simone 
Meningococcemia associated with intravascu- 
lar coagulation. Pediatrics, 40:78-83. 
With C. A. Johnson, C. F. Abildgaard 

Coagulation studies in children with cyanotic 
congenital heart disease. Lancet, 2:660-62. 

SCHULZ. JEANETTE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Chromosome disorders in mental retardation. 

Whose chromosomes to count? Fed. Clin. 

N. Anier., 15:871-88. 

Monosomy G. mosaicism in two unrelated 

children. J. Ment. Defic. Res., J2: 255-68. 

SEELER, R. A., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. F. Ahildgaard, J. J. Corrigan, 
J . V. Simone, I. Schulman 
Meningococcemia associated with intravas- 
cular coagulation. Pediatrics, 40:78-83. 

SERRATTO, MARIA K, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. A. Miller 

Bacterial endocarditis. In Pediatric cardiol- 
ogy, ed. by Watson, Lloyd-Luke Ltd., Lon- 
don, pp. 837-43. 
Congestive heart failure. Ibid., pp. 909-31. 
With H. G. Bucheleres, P. Bicoff, R. A. Miller, 
A. R. Hastreiter 
Palliative balloon atrial septostomy for total 
anomalous pulmonary venous connection in 
infancy. /. Pediat., 73:734-39. 

SPAETH, RALPH, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Tetanus. In Communicable and infectious dis- 
eases, ed. by Top, C. V. Mosby Co., St. 
Louis, pp. 620-23. 

SWARTS, CHARLES L., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

With J. S. Hyde 

Effect of an exercise program on the peren- 
nially asthmatic child. Amer. J. Dis. Chil- 
dren, 116:383-96. 



PEDODONTICS 

ANDERSON, ALLEN W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With y. Sharav, M. Massler 

Periodontal reattachment after tooth replanta- 
tion. Periodontics, 6, 4:161-67. 
Reparative dentine formation and pulp mor- 
phology. Oral Surg., 26, 6:837-47. 



GOLAND, PHILIP P., Research Associate 
Articles 

With N. G. Grand 

Chlo-s-triazines as markers and fixatives for 
the study of growth in teeth and bones. 
Amer. J. Phys. Anthrop., 29:201-18. 

MASSLER, MAURY, Professor 
Articles 

P-M-A index for the assessment of gingivitis. 
/. Perio., 55:592-98. 
With A. W. Anderson, Y. Sharav 

Periodontal reattachment after tooth replan- 
tation. Periodontics, 6, 4:161-67. 
Reparative dentine formation and pulp mor- 
phology. Oral Surg., 26, 6:837-47. 
With J. A. Evans 

Non-reaction of pulp to fluoride application. 
/. Dent. Childr. 35, 2:91-98. 
With S. H. Y. Wei., W. C. Forbes 

X-ray diffraction analysis of carisous dentine 
treated with stannous fluoride. Arch. Oral 
Bilo., 13, 4:407-16. 



PERIODONTICS 

KLAVAN, BENNETT, Associate Professor 

and Head of Department 
Articles 

Preventive periodontics. N.Y. State Dent. 

J., 34, 4:199. 



PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY 

BARNOTHY, MADELEINE F., Professor 
Articles 

With J. M. Barnothy 

The redshift-absolute magnitude relation o 

quasi-stellar sources. Soviet Astrononiy-AJ 

11:895-97. 
The relationship between Seyfert galaxies, 

N-type galaxies and quasi-stellar objects. 

Astro physical Letters, 2:21-26. 
Galaxies as gravitational lenses. Science, 

162:3A8-S2. 
Redshift of absorption lines in the spectra o: 

extragalactic sources. Astronomical J. 

73:S 87. 
Connection between Seyfert galaxies, N 

type radio galaxies and quasi-stellar sources. 

Ibid., 73:912-14. 
A pulsar model. Ibid., 73, December Sup- 
plement. 

BAUER, LUDWIG, Professor 
Articles 

With T. T. Conway, A. Shoeb 

Synthesis of a-mercaptoacetamidinium chlo- 
rides via the corresponding phosphorothio- 
lates. /. Pharni. Sci., 57:455-59. 
With C. S. Mahajanshetti 

Thiazolo-N-hydroxyuracils. /. Heterocyclic 
Chem., 5:331-35. 
With F. M. Hershcnson, K. F. King 

The synthesis of fused azolones from ortho- 
substituted arenecarbohydroxamic acids. 
/. Org. Chem., JJ: 2543-44. 
With G. H. Keller, C. L. Bell 

Infrared spectra of 2-pyridone-^"0 and 2-py- 

ridone-"0. Can. J. Chem., 46:2475-79. 
Electron-impact induced fragmentation of 
2-substituted pyridines and picolines. /. 
Heterocyclic Chem., 5:647-53. 



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With E. B. Sheinin, G. E. Wright, C. L. Bell 
Diels-Alder addition of benzyne to 1-methyl- 
2-pyridones. Ibid.. 5:859-62. 
Reviews 

Aromatic N-oxides, by E. Ochiai. Amer. J. 
Pharm. Educ. 32:161. 

BELL, CHARLES L., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With G. H. Keller, L. Bauer 

Infrared spectra of 2-pyridone-"'0 and 2-py- 

ridone-isQ. Can. J. Chem., 46:2475-79. 
Electron-impact induced fragmentation of 2- 

substituted pyridines and picolines. /. 

Heterocyclic Chem., 5:647-53. 
With F. E. Hruska, T. A. Victor. 

S. S. Danyluk 
Medium effects on the nuclear magnetic res- 
onance spectra of purines. Biochemistry, 

7:3721-27. 
With E. B. Shcinen, G. E. Wright, L. Bauer 
Diels-AIder addition of benzyne to 1-methyl- 

2-pyridones. /. Heterocyclic Chem., 5: 

859-62. 

COVIELLO, DOMINICK A., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With N. L. Hines 

a-Alkyloximino acid thiol esters: New class 
of compounds showing antimalarial activity. 
/. Pharm. Sci., 57:688-690. 

JOSEPH, NORMAN R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Water and electrolyte balance in cells and tis- 
sues. In Biology of the mouth, ed. by P. 
Person, Amer. Assn. for the Advancement 
of Science, Washington, D.C., pp. 169-98. 
Electrolyte balance and cellular aging. Geron- 
tologia. i-4: 142-59. 
With E. G. Goldin 

Responses of connective tissue ground sub- 
stance in wound healing. A.M. A. Arch. 
Surg.. 97:753-63. 
With M. B. Engcl, R. W. Pumper 

Electrometric determination of surface charge 
of cultured mammalian cells. Proc. Soc. 
E.vp. Biol, and Med., 128:990-96. 

LLOYD, ROBERT A., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With A. E. M. Hodgson 

A high precision "Signacon" mass-meter. 
Nuclear Instr. and Methods, 58:298. 

PERKINS, ALFRED J., Professor 

Articles 

With H. S. Carlin 

Predicting pharmaceutical incompatibilities of 

parenteral medications. Amer. J. Hasp. 

Pharm., 25:271-79. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Baum, Martin D. (R. Daniels, Adviser), Cyclic 
analo'ijs of monoamine oxidase inhibitors: 
Arylpyrazolidines. 

Gericke, Wolfgang (R. Daniels, Adviser), Radi- 
ation protective compounds: Heteroaryl eth- 
ers of 2-hydroxyethyl-2-mercapto-ethylamine 
and their derivatives. 

Hershenson, Fred ^I. (L. Bauer, Adviser), Py- 
ridyl and tetrahydropyridyl sulfides from 
1-acetoxypyridinium salts and mercaptans. 

Hewitson, Richard E. (L. Bauer, Adviser), 
Mechanism of the reaction of 2^, 6;3-dibromo- 
cholest-4-en-3-one with potassium acetate. 



Roseman, Karl A. (R. Daniels, Adviser), 
Stereochemical aspects of the Diels-Alder 
reaction with heterodienophiles. The confor- 
mation of the six-membered rings. 



PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHARMACOLOGY 

CRANE, FRANK A., Associate Professor of 

Pharmacognosy 
Articles 

With M. I. Blake, R. A. Uphaus, J. J. Kate 
Effect of heavy water on the germination of 
a number of species of seeds. Planta, 78: 
35-38. 
M^ith M. J. Solomon 

Isolation and characterization of some UV- 
Induced mutants of Chlorella vulgaris 
Prings. J. Pharm. Sci., 57:2038-44. 

LOEVY, HANNELORE T., Assistant 

Professor of Zoology 
Articles 

• Cortisone-induced teratogenic effects in mice. 
Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med., 725:841-44. 
With V. Fenyes 

Spontaneous cleft palate in a family of Sia- 
mese cats. Cleft Palate J., 5:57-60. 

MORRIS, RALPH W., Associate Professor 

of Pharmacology 
Articles 
With E. F. Lutsch 

Susceptibility to morphine-induced analgesia 
in mice. Nature, 216:494-95. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Tranquilizers. Pharmlndex 10, 3:5-9. 
Antihypertensives and diuretics. Ibid., 10, 
11:4-8. 
Reviews 

Learning medical terminology step-by-step, by 
Clara Gene Young and James D. Barger. 
Amer. I. Pharm. Educ, i2:358-59. 

ROWLATT, URSULA F., Assistant Professor 
of Zoology 

Articles 

Functional morphology of the heart in mam- 
mals. Amer. Zoologist, 5:221-29. 

SMITH, A. E. WILDER, Professor of 

Pharmacology 
Books 

Man's origin, man's destiny. Harold Shaw 

Pubs., Wheaton, 111., 320 pp. 

SMOLENSKI, STANISLAUS J., Instructor 
in Pharmacognosy 

Articles 

With Elwina A. Bejnaroivics 

Gas chromatographic analysis of the essen- 
tial oil from Achillea millefolium L. J. 
Pharm. Sci., 57, 12:2160-61. 



PHARMACOLOGY 

ANDERSON, EDMUND G., Ph.D., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

With T. Shibuya 

The influence of chronic cord transection on 
the effects of 5-hydroxytryptophan, 1-trypto- 
phan and pargyline on spinal nueronal ac- 
tivity, /. Pharm. Exp. Ther.. 1, 164: 
185-90. 



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With N. R. Banna 

The effects of S-hydroxytryptamine antagonists 
on spinal neuronal activity. Ibid., 2, 162: 
319-25. 

FEINBERG, HAROLD, Ph.D., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

IVith E. Boyd, G. Tamini 

Mechanical performance and oxygen utiliza- 
tion of the isovolumic rabbit heart. Amer. 
J. Physiol., 1, 215:132-39. 

MARCZYNSKI, THADDEUS J., M.D., 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

With A. J. Rosen, J. T. Hackett 

Post-reinforcement electrocortical synchroni- 
zation and facilitation of cortical auditory 
evoked potentials in appetitive instru- 
mental conditioning. EEG Clin. Neuro- 
Physiol., 24:227-41. 
With J. T. Hackett 

Post-reinforcement electrocortical synchroni- 
zation and facilitation of somatosensory 
cortical evoked potentials in appetitive in- 
strumental conditioning. EEG Clin. Neuro- 
physiol. 2(5:41-49. 

MAYNERT, EVERETT W., M.D., Professor 
of Pharmacology 

Articles 

Catecholamine metabolism in the brain and 
adrenal medulla during addiction to mor- 
phine and in the early abstinence period. 
Assn. Res. Nerv. Mental Dis. 4<5: 89-95. 

With L. Isaac 

Uptake and binding of serotonin by the 
platelet and its granules. Symp. on the bio- 
logical role of indole derivatives. Advances 
in Pharmacology 6A:113-22. 

SALAFSKY, BERNARD, Ph.D., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

The effect of succinylcholine on denervated 
fast and slow skeletal muscle. Arch. Intnl. 
Pharm. Titer., 2, 174:294-303. 

With J. Bell, M. A. Preivitt 

Development of fibrillation potentials in de- 
nervated fast and slow skeletal muscle. 
Amer. J. Physiol., 3, 215:637-43. 

SCHULMAN, MARTIN P., Ph.D., Professor 

of Pharmacology 
Articles 
With E. T. Browning 

["C] Acetylcholine synthesis by cortex slices 

of rat brain. J. Neurochem., J5: 1391-1405. 

UNNA, KLAUS R., M.D., Professor and 

Head of the Department of Pharmacology 
Articles 

With M. E. Kosman 

Effects of chronic administration of the am- 
phetamines and other stimulants on be- 
havior. Clin. Pharm. Ther., 2, 9:240-54. 



PHARMACY 

BLAKE, MARTIN I., Professor and 

Head of the Department 
Articles 

With F. A. Crane, R. A. Uphaus. J. J. Kats 
Effect of heavy water on the germination of 



a number of species of seeds. Planta, 78: 
35-38. 
With M. Stolar, H. S. Carlin 

Effect of freezing on the stability of sodium 
methichillin injection. Amer. J. Hosp. 
Pharm., 25:32-35. 
With S. P. Agarical 

Analysis of sodium diphenylhydantoin and 
phenobarbital combinations by nonaqueous 
titration. /. Assn. Offic. Anal. Chem., 51: 
1013-16. 

The determination of the pKa' value for 
5,5-diphenylhydantoin. /. Pharm. Sci., 57: 
1434-35. 
With S. Bosc, H. L. Crespi, J. J. Kats 

Comparative studies of photosynthetic pro- 
cesses in ordinary and fully deuterated 
algae. Plant and Cell Physiol., Japan, 8: 
545-55. 1967. 
With R. G. Mrtek, H. L. Crespi, G. Norman, 
J. J. Kats 

Biosynthesis of clavine alkaloids: proton 
magnetic resonance studies. Phvtochemistry, 
7, 9:1535-42. 
With D. A. Nona, H. L. Crespi, J. J. Kats 

Effect of deuterium oxide on the culturing of 
Penicillium jancscwskii II: Isolation of 
fully deuterated griseofulvin. /. Pharm. 
Sci., 57:975-79. 

Effect of deuterium oxide on the culturing of 
Penicillium jancsewskii III: Antifungal ac- 
tivity of fully deuterated griseofulvin. 
Ibid., pp. 1993-95. 
IVith H. J. Rhodes, R. P. Shiau 

Oxidation of organic compounds with xenon 
trioxide I. Stoichiometric and kinetic 
studies involving cinnamyl alcohol, cinna- 
maldehyde, and cinnamic acid. Ibid., pp. 
1706-9. 
With K. Mohammed, D. A. Nona 

Effect of deuterium on the growth and anti- 
biotic production of a number of strains 
of Penicillium. Ibid., pp. 2049-53. 
Reviews 

Doctorate recipients from United States Uni- 
versities, ed. by Fred D. Boercker. Amer. 
J. Pharm. Educ, 32:534-35. 

CARLIN, HERBERT S., Associate Professor 

of Pharmacy 
Articles 
With M. H. Stolar, M. I. Blake 

Effect of freezing on the stability of sodium 
methicillin injection. Amer. J. Hosp. 
Pharm., 25:32-35. 
With G. F. Archambault. F. R. Kcnna 

Pharmacy education: Its relationship to 
changing patterns of practice. Hosp. Topics, 
46:9.1. 
With A. Rostenberg, R. E. Pearson 

Non-prescription drugs in dermatology. Cu- 
taneous Med. for the Practitioner, 4:420-24. 
With D. A. Nona 

A change from dispensing pharmacy to 
clinical pharmacy at the University of Illi- 
nois. Amer. J. Pharm. Educ, i2: 253-56. 
With A. J. Perkins 

Predicting pharmaceutical incompatibilities of 
parenteral medications. Amer. I. Hosp. 
Pharm., 25:271-79. 
With R. E. Pearson 

Drug survey technique — a pilot study. Hosp. 

Formulary Mgmt., i:37-41. 
The impact of clinical pharmacy on pharma- 



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ceutical education. Amer. J. Pliarm. Edu 
32:587-92. 



MRTEK, ROBERT G., Assistant Professor 

of Pharmacy 
Articles 
IVith H. L. Cresfi, M. I. Blake, G. Norman. 

J. J. Kat3 
Biosynthesis of clavine alkaloids: Proton 

magnetic resonance studies. Phxtochem- 

istry, 7. 9:1535-42. 

NONA, DANIEL A., Assistant Professor 

of Pharmacy 
Articles 

IVith M. I. Blake, H. L. Cresh, J. J. Katz 
Effect of deuterium oxide on the culturing of 
Penicillium janczewskii II: Isolation of 
fully deuterated griseofulvin. /. Pharm. 
Sci., 57:975-79. 
Effect of deuterium oxide on the culturing of 
Penicillium jancsewskii III: Antifungal ac- 
tivity of fully deuterated griseofulvin. 
Ibid., p. 1993. 
With M. I. Blake, K. Mohammed 

Effect of deuterium on the growth and anti- 
biotic production of a number of strains of 
Penicillium. Ibid., p. 2049. 
With H. S. Carlin 

A change from dispensing pharmacy to clin- 
ical pharmacy at the University of Illinois. 
Amer. J. Pharm. Editc, i2:253-56. 

RHODES, HAROLD J., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With R. P. Shiau, M. I. Blake 

Oxidation of organic compounds with xenon 
trio.xide I. Stoichiometric and kinetic 
studies involving cinnamyl alcohol, cinna- 
maldehyde, and cinnamic acid. J. Pharm. 
Sci., 57, 10:1706-9. 

With A. Widra 

Problems of serodiagnosis of cryptococcosis. 
Mycopathologia j(5: 353-56. 



TURNBULL, RONALD T., Assistant 

Professor of Pharmacy 
Articles 

With K. E. Avis 

The effect of a dimethylpolysiloxane fluid on 
the stability of menadione. /. Pharm. Sci., 
57:1409-12. 
With J. A. Sula 

Hospital emergency kit — guidelines for selec- 
tion of drugs. Hasp. Formulary Mgmt., 3: 
32-35. 



PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 

ABRAMSON, DAVID I., Professor and 
Head of Department 

Articles 

Arterial disorders of the extremities: Clin- 
ical syndromes; assessment and measure- 
ment. Arch. Phys. Med. and Rehab., 49: 
315-25. 

With S. Tuck, Jr., E. Buso, S. W. Lee, 
Constance Schwab 
Local vascular and venous oxygen responses 
to aerobic and anaerobic musclar work. 
Ibid., pp. 258-68. 



BUSO, EDUARDO, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With D. I. Abramson. S. Tuck, Jr., 

S. W. Lee, Constance Schzvab 
Local vascular and venous oxygen responses 

to aerobic and anaerobic muscular work. 

Arch. Phys. Med. and Rehab., 49:258-68. 

SCHWAB, CONSTANCE, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With D. I. Abramson, S. Tuck, Jr., E. Buso, 

S. W. Lee 
Local vascular and venous oxygen responses 

to aerobic and anaerobic muscular work. 

Arch. Phys. Med. and Rehab., 49:258-68. 



PHYSIOLOGY 

ARZBAECHER, ROBERT C, Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

.With L. Stark. G. Agarwal, D. Hendrx, 
W. O'Neill, J. Brodkey 
Status of research in biomedical engineering. 
IEEE Trans, on biomedical engineering. 
SME-15:2lQ-n. 
With R. Dean, R. Price 

Computer analysis of drug-induced changes 
in the electrocardiogram. Proc. of the 21st 
ann. conf. on engineering in med. and biol., 
Nov., pp. 40-41. 

BRAMANTE, PIETRO O., Associate 
Professor 

Articles 

Energy metabolism of the albine rat at mini- 
mal levels of spontaneous muscular activity. 
/. Appl. Physiol., 24, 1:11-16. 

Reviews 



Physiology of exercise, by L. E. Morehouse 
and A. T. Miller, Jr. Amer. Biol. Teacher, 
30, 1:74-76. 

GOSE, EARL E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With A. H. Klopf 

Evolutionary pattern recognition networks. 

In Proc. of the Hawaii international conf. 

on systems sciences. Univ. Hawaii Press, 

pp. 542-45. 

GRIMM, A. P., Associate Professor 
See Histology. 

HAWLEY, PHILIP L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Oxygen consumption in fluoride inhibited rat 
and bat heart homogenates. Aerospace 
Med., J9: 144-45. 
Energy sources in hibernator heart: Pyridine 
nucleotide metabolism. Proc. Soc. E.rrp. 
Bid. and Med., i2P:430-33. 
Reviews 

Laboratory experiments in physiology, by 
B. H. Levendahl, A. A. Baerber. Amer. 
Biol. Teacher, 31:47. 

OMACHI, AKIRA, Associate Professor 
With C. B. Scott, B. E. Gladcr 

2, 4-dinitrophenoi inhibition of P'= release 
from human red cells. E.vpcrientia, 24: 
244-45. 
With B. E. Glader 

Role of cellular Pi in Pi transport and metab- 



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olism in human red cells. Biochim. Bio- 
phys. Acta, 150:524-27. 
Phosphate release from human erythrocytes. 
Ibid., 163:30-36. 

SABA, THOMAS A., Assistant Professor 
of Physiology 

Articles 

With N. R. DiLusio 

Evaluation of humoral and cellular mecha- 
nisms of methyl palmitate induced reticu- 
loendothelial depression. Life Sciences, 7: 
337-47. 
Involvment of the opsonic system in starva- 
tion induced depression of the reticu- 
loendothelial system. Proc. Sac. Exp. Biol, 
and Med., 128:869-75. 

SCHWARTZ, NEENA B., Professor 
Articles 

Nevi'er concepts of gonadotrophin and steroid 
feedback mechanisms. In Textbook of gy- 
necologic endocrinology, ed. by J. J. Gold, 
Hoeber Med. Div., Harper and Row Pubs., 
N.Y., pp. 33-50. 
With I. E. Lawton 

A circadian rhythm of luteinizing hormone 
secretion in ovariectomized rats. Amer. J. 
Physiol., 214:213-17. 

Effects of barbiturate injection on the day 
before proestrus in the rat. Neuroendocri- 
nology, 3:9-17. 
With W. Talley 

Daily measurement of pituitary LH content 
during pregnancy in the rat. /. Reprod. 
and Fertil., i5: 39-45. 
With B. Shirley, I. Wolinsky 

Effects of_ a single injection of an estrogen 
antagonist on the estrous cycle of the rat. 
Endocrinology, 82:959-6%. 
With J. A. McC Unlock 

Changes in pituitary and plasma follicle 
stimulating hormone concentrations during 
the rat estrous cycle. Ibid., 83:A33-A\. 
With G. Brom 

Acute changes in the estrous cycle following 
ovariectomy in the golden hamster. Neuro- 
endocrinology, 3:366-77. 

TROELSTRA, ARNE, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Detection of time-varying light signals as 
measured by the pupillary response. /. 
Opt. Soc. Amer., 55:685-90. 
With N. M. I. Schweitzer 

Nonlinear analysis of electroretinographic 
b-wave in man. /. Neurophysiol., ii:58S- 
606. 

WHITEHORN, WILLIAM V., Professor of 
Physiology and Assistant Dean 

Articles 

With A. F. Grimm 

Myocardial length-tension-sarcomere relation- 
ships. Amer. J. Physiol., 214:m8-%7. 

WOLF, A. v., Professor of Physiology and 
Head of Department 

The potability of sea water. Med. Coll. Vir- 
ginia Qt., 4:107-13. 
With P. G. Prentiss 

Conversion tables for guinea pig and rabbit 
serum and urine. In Tables of properties 
of aqueous solutions related to index of 
refraction. Buffalo, American Optical Co., 
Buffalo, No. 47.1, 68.1-68.4. 



Osmotic concentrations: comparison of vapor 
pressure and freezing point methods. J. 
Lab. and Clin. Med., 72:688-98. 
With M. G. Brown 

Concentrative properties of aqueous solutions: 
conversion tables. In Handbook of chem- 
istry and physics (49th ed.), ed. by R. C. 
Weast, Chem. Rubber Co., Cleveland, pp. 
D-143-D-182. 
Reviews 

Origins of physiological regulations, by E. F. 
Adolph. I.A.M.A., 206:1089. 



ZUBER, BERT L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Eye movement dynamics in the cat. The 
final oculomotor pathways. Exper. Neu- 
rology, 20:255-60. 

Sinusoidal eye movements from brain stem 
stimulation in the cat. Vision Research, 
8:1073-79. 

Dynamic characteristics of the oculomotor 
system in the cat. Proc. 24th intnl. con- 
gress physiol. sci., 7:482. 

Dynamic characteristics of the fusion ver- 
gence eye movement system. IEEE Trans. 
sys. sci. cyb., SSC-4: 72-79. 
With R. J. Reinhart 

Control of eye position by the lateral rectus 
muscle in the cat. _ Proc. of the 21st ann. 
conf. on engineering in med. and biol., 
10:25.4. 
With J. Semmlow, L. Stark 

Frequency characteristics of the saccadic eye 
movement. Biophysical J., 5:1288-98. 



PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND 
COMMUNITY HEALTH 

CARNOW, BERTRAM W., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With M. H. Lepper 

Health effects of air and water pollution. 

Indus. Med. and Surg., 37, 4:281-84. 
Pulmonary disease and air pollution — A Chi- 
cago problem. Chicago Medicine, 7i:S81. 

LEVITSKY, JOHN M., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Sex chromosomes: some normal genetics and 
application to diagnosis of problems. In 
Gynecologic endocrinology, ed. by Gold and 
Levitsky, Harper and Row, Pubs., N.Y., 
pp. 423-48. 

ROSENTHAL, SOL ROY, Professor 
Articles 

With A. A. Hakim, K. C. Thadhani, 
Wilma Spurrier 
Purification and biochemical properties of an 
antigen from burned human skin. Federa- 
tion Proceedings, March and April, 27:2. 



PSYCHIATRY 

ALTSCHUL, SOL, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Denial and ego arrest. /. Amer. Psvchoanal. 

Assn., 16, 2:301-18. 



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BAITTLE, BRAHM, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Reviews 

Delinquent boys, their parents and grand- 
parents, by Gustav Jonsson. Arch. Gen. 
Psychiat., i9:S0S-7. 

BECKTEL, JACK M., Instructor in 

Biostatistics 
Articles 

With R. Martinek, G. Forster, R. Morrissey 
Comparison of methods for conducting labora- 
tory proficiency surveys. Health Lab. Sci., 
5:239-56. 

BEISER, HELEN R., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Fifty-seven years of child guidance: the ex- 
perience of the Institute for Juvenile Re- 
search. Excerpta Med. Intnl. Congress, 
Series No. 150, pp. 1640-42. 

BERKSON, GERSHON, Research Associate 
See Psychology, Chicago Circle. 

BERNSTEIN, HASKELL, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With A. Miller, G. Pollock, F. Robbins 

An approach to the concept of identification. 

Bull. Menninger Clinic, 32, 4:239-52. 

BURSTEIN, ALVIN G., Associate Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 
With A. Soloff, J. Mitchell 

Psychornotor performance and prognosis of 

chronic mental patients: an extension of 

the work of Brooks and Weaver. Percept. 

Motor Skills, 2(5:491-98. 

CARMICHAEL, HUGH T., Professor 

Emeritus 
Articles 

Continuing education in medicine. Alaska 

Med., 10, 4:157-59. 
Continuing education for psychiatrists. Amer. 
J. Psychiat., 125, 1:135-36. 
Reviews 

Paranoid and paranoiac psychoses, by Nils 
Retterstol. Ibid., 124, 11:163-64. 

CARTWRIGHT, ROSALIND D., Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 

Unlocking the black box of eight hours sleep: 
Part I. Chart, 65:49-52. 

Unlocking the black box of eight hours sleep: 
Part II. Chart, 65:75-78. 

Relation of dreaming and REM sleep: the 
effects of REM deprivation under two con- 
ditions. /. Personality and Soc. Psvchol., 
10:69-74. 

Psychotherapeutic processes. In Annual re- 
view of psychology, J9: 387-416. 

Interpersonal perception and marital happi- 
ness. In Social perception, ed. by Toch 
and Smith, Von Nostrand, Princeton, N.J., 
pp. 227-34. 
Reviews 

The biology of dreaming, by Ernest Hart- 
mann. Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 18:770. 



CHEIFETZ, DAVID I., Assistant Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 

With D. C. Garron 

Electroshock therapy and Bender-Gestalt per- 
formance. Percept. Motor Skills, 26, 3: 
9-10. 

DRYE, ROBERT C, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Books 
With R. R. Grinkcr, Sr., Beatrice Werble 

The borderline syndrome. Basic Books, 

Pubs., N.Y., 274 pp. 

EHRLICH, DANUTA, Assistant Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 

With D. Schroder 

Rejection by mental health professionals: a 
possible consequence of not seeking appro- 
priate help for emotional disorders. J. 
Health and Soc. Behavior, 9, 3:222-32. 

FAWCETT, JAN, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With J. W. Maas, H. Dekirmenjian 

3-methoxy-4-hydroxy phenylglycol (MHPG) 
excretion in depressive states. Arch. Gen. 
Psychiat.. 19:129-24. 

FLARSHEIM, ALFRED, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The separation of management from the 
therapuetic setting in a paranoid patient. 
Intnl. J. Psychoanal., 48, 4:559-72. 
Resolution of the mother-child symbiosis in a 
psychotic adolescent. Bull. Chicago Soc. 
Adolescent Psychiat., 2, 1:6-16. 

GARRON, DAVID C, Assistant Professor 
in Psychology 

Articles 

With D. Cheifetz 

Electroshock therapy and Bender-Gestalt per- 
formance. Percept. Motor Skills, 26, 3: 
9-10. 

GEDO, JOHN E., Clinical Associate Professor 
Articles 

Noch einmal der "Gelehrte Saugling." 

Psyche., 22:301-19. 
Freud's self-analysis and his scientific ideas. 
American Imago, 25:99-118. 
With L. Sadow, J. Miller, G. Pollock, 
M. Sabshin, N. Schlessinger 
The process of hypothesis change in three 
early psychoanalytic concepts. /. Amer. 
Psychoanal. Assn., 16. 2:245-73. 
Reviews 

Psychoanalysis: the first ten years, by W. 
Stewart. Arch. Gen. Psychiat., i5: 765-66. 
Psychoanalysis of heart attack, by D. Schnei- 
der. Ibid., 19:241-42. 
Psychoanalysis as an art and a science, ed. 
by H. Slochower. Ibid., 19:504-5. 

GIOVACCHINI, PETER L., Clinical 

Professor 
Articles 

Adolescent despair. Bull. Chicago Soc. Ado- 
lescent Psychiat., 2, 1:1-8. 

Compulsory happiness. Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 
18:650-57. 

On regression. Psychoanal. Forum, 2:293- 
316. 



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Creativity — ego mechanisms. Intnl. J. Psv- 

choanal., 49:613-28. 
Schizophrenia — treatability? J. A.M. A., 200, 

7:655. 
Schizophrenia — a panel discussion. III. Med. 

J., 134, 2:150-52. 
Aspectos Yoicos de la Regresion. Revista de 

Psicoanalisis, 25, 1:177-93. 
El Tratamiento Psicoanalictico de los Tras- 

tornes de Caracter. Cuadcrnos de Psico- 
analisis, 4, 1:23-41. 
L'Introjection Gelee. Medicine et Hvgiene, 

2(5:839-40. 
Marital interaction. Psvchoanal. Forum, 2, 

4:382-83. 

HAGGARD, ERNEST A., Professor in 
Psychology 

Articles 

The diagnostic interview as a data collection 
instrument. In Studies in psychotherapy 
and behavioral change, Vol. 1, Research in 
individual psychotherapy, ed. by M. J. Feld- 
man, State Univ. New York, Buffalo, pp. 
1-34. 

With R. D. Bock 

The use of multivariate analysis of variance 
in behavioral research. In Handbook of 
measurement and assessment in behavioral 
sciences, ed. by D. K. Whitla, Addison- 
Wesley Pub. Co., Reading, Mass., pp. 
100-42. 

HALPER, IRA S., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Psychotropic drugs. ///. Med. J., 133: 
36-42. 

KARRER, RATHE, Assistant Professor in 

Psychology 
Articles 

Visual beats: phenomenology and preliminary 

data as a function of age. Psychonomic 

Sci., 11:269-70. 
With J. Clausen 

Orienting response: frequency of occurrence 

and relation to other autonomic variables. 

Amer. J. Ment. Defic, 75:455-64. 

KLING, ARTHUR, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Effects of amygdalectomy and testosterone on 
sexual behavior of male juvenile macaques. 
/. Comp. Physiol. Psychol, 65, 3:466-7). 
With T. Tucker 

Sparing of function following localized brain 
lesions in neonatal monkeys. In The neuro- 
psychology of development, ed. by R. L. 
Isaacson, John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., pp. 
121-45. 
With T. Tucker, D. Scharlock 

Sparing of photic frequency and brightness 
discriminations after striatectomy in neo- 
natal cats. /. Neurophysiol., 31:818-32. 

KOHN, HERBERT M., Assistant Professor in 

Psychology 
Articles 
With W. Pissi, C. See 

Effects of magnesium peuroline on food and 
water intake in the rat. Psvchonomic Sci., 
11:81-82. 
Reviews 

Hypnosis in man and animals, by Ferenc 
Andras and Volgyesi. Can. Veterinary J., 



KRAMER, CHARLES H., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Communicating with the patient. Geriat. 

Nurs., Sept., 2 pp. 
Complications of geriatric rehabilitation. Prof. 

Nurs. Home, June-July, 5 pp. 
Self-inventory for growth. Geriat. Nurs., 

March, 4 pp. 
Reflections of a psychiatrist: twenty years 

of nursing home changes. Prof. Nurs. 

Home, March, 4 pp. 
With J. R. Kramer 

The nursing home as a total therapeutic situa- 
tion: some basic assumptions. J. Geriat. 

Psychiatry, 1, 2:179-229. 

With D. Kramer 

Medical care in some Illinois nursing homes: 
five-year follow-up, 1961-66. J. Amer. 
Geriat. Sac, 16, 2:705-18. 
Is medical care improving? Prof. Nurs. 
Home, Jan., 4 pp. 

With H. Dunlop 

How to achieve a good relationship between 
the nurse and the physician. Geriat. Nurs., 
May-June, 4 pp. 

Insight for the sighted. Ibid., Feb., 2 pp. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

The relationships between child and family 
psychopathology : a suggested extension of 
psychoanalytic theory and technique. 
Kramer Foundation, Palatine, 111., 56 pages. 

Psychoanalytically oriented family therapy: 
ten year evolution in a private child psy- 
chiatry practice. Kramer Foundation, Pala- 
tine, 111., 40 pages. 

With B. Liebowitz, others 

Beginning phase of family treatment. The 
Family Institute of Chicago, Oak Park, 111., 
60 pages. 

KRAUSE, MERTON S., Associate Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 

Clarification at intake and motivation for 
treatment. /. Counsel. Psychol., 15:S76-77. 
With D. J. Ransohoff, P. Cohen 

Promoting possible alcoholism referrals. 
Comm. Ment. Hlth. J., '^: 13-16. 

KYSAR, JOHN E., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The community psychiatrist and large or- 
ganizations. Ment. Hygiene, 52, 2:210-17. 

The two camps in child psychiatry: a report 
from a psychiatrist-father of an autistic 
and retarded child. Amer. J. Psychiat., 125, 
1:103-9. 

Reactions of professionals to disturbed chil- 
dren and their parents. Arch. Gen. Psv- 
chiat., 19:562-70. 

LEAVITT, FRANK, Instructor in Psychology 
Articles 

EEG activation and reaction time. /. E.vp. 
Psychol., 77, 2:194-99. 

LESSING, ELISE E., Assistant Professor 
in Psychology 

Articles 

Demographic, developmental and personality 
correlates of length of future time perspec- 
tive (FTP). /. Personality, od: 183-201. 



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LEVY, LEO, Assistant Professor in Psychology 

Articles 

With A. Herzog, E. Slotkin 

The evaluation of statewide mental health 
programs: a systems approach. Comm. 
Ment. Hlth. J., 4, 4:340. 

With L. Rou'its 

An ecological analysis of treated mental dis- 
orders in Chicago. Arch. Gen. Psvchiat.. 
19, 5:571. 

McGEE, THOMAS F., Assistant Professor in 

Psychology 
Articles 

Antidisestablishmentarianism by any other 
name. Amer. J. Orthopsychiat., 38, 1: 
161-62. 
Supervision in group psychotherapy: a com- 
parison of four approaches. Intnl. J. Group 
Psychother., 18, 2:165-76. 
Some basic considerations in crisis interven- 
tion. Comm. Ment. Hlth. J., 4, 4:319-25. 
With Frances R. Racusen 

An evaluation of alumni group psychotherapy. 
Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 18, 4:420-27. 
With M. Williams, Frances R. Racusen, 
J. Cowen 
Further evaluation of a small group living 
program with schizophrenics. Ibid., 19: 
717-26. 

MAAS, JAMES W., Professor 
Articles 

With D. H. Landis 

In vivo studies of the metabolism of norepine- 
phrine in the central nervous system. /. 
Pharm. Exp. Ther., 163, 1:147-62. 
With J. A. Fawcett, H. Dekirmcnjian 

3-methoxy-4-hydroxy phenylglycol (MHPG) 
excretion in depressive states. Arch. Gen. 
Psychiat., iP: 129-34. 
Reviews 

Hyperventilation and hysteria, by Thomas P. 

Lowery, M.D. Ibid., i9: 245-46. 
Biology of emotions: new understanding de- 
rived from biological multidisciplinary in- 
vestigations: first electrophysiological mea- 
surements, by Edmund Tacobson, M.D. 
Ibid., i5: 382-83. 

MILLER, ARTHUR A., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With D. Offer, others 

Creativity and the adolescent. Bull. Chicago 
Soc. Adolescent Psychiat., 2, 1:17-19. 
With G. Pollock, H. Bernstein, F. Robbins 
An approach to the concept of identification. 
Bull. Menninger Clinic, 32, 4:239-52. 
Reviews 

The concept of identity, by David J. deLevita. 
Psychoanal. Qt., 57:142-43. 

MUSLIN, HYMAN L., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With N. Schlessinger, M. Baittle 

Teaching and learning psychiatric observa- 
tional skills. Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 18: 
549-52. 
With P. R. Singer, M. F. Meuser, J. P. Leahy 
Research and learning in psychiatric inter- 
viewing. /. Med. Educ, 43, 3:398-404. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With H. M. Tufo, A. M. Ostfeld 

Central nervous system complications in the 



surgical patient: diagnosis and manage- 
ment. Year Book Med. Pubs., Inc., Chi- 
cago, 30 pp. 



POLLOCK, GEORGE H., Clinical Professor 
Books 

With T. M. French, F. Alexander 

Psychosomatic specificity (Vol. I). Experi- 
mental study and results. Univ. Chicago 
Press, 263 pp. 
Articles 

Psychosomatic illness. In International en- 
cyclopedia of the social sciences, ed. by 
David Sills. The Macmillan Company and 
the Free Press, N.Y., iJ: 135-43. 
Franz Alexander, 1891-1964. Ibid., i: 262-63. 
The possible significance of childhood object 
loss in the Joseph Breuer-Bertha Pappen- 
heim (Anna 0.)-Sigmund Freud relation- 
ship: I. Joseph Breuer. /. Amer. Psy- 
choanal. Assn., 16, 4:711. 
With L. Sadow, J. Gedo, J. Miller, M. Sabshin, 

N. Schlessinger 
. The process of hypothesis change in three 
early psychoanalytic concepts. /. Amer. 
Psychoanal. Assn., id: 245-73. 
With A. Miller, H. Bernstein, F. Robbins 
An approach to the concept of identification. 
Bull. Menninger Clinic, 32, 4:239-52. 

RACUSEN. FRANCES R., Assistant Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 
With T. F. McGee 

An evaluation of alumni group psychotherapy. 
Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 18, 4:420-27. 
With T. F. McGee, M. Williams, J. Cowen 
Further evaluation of small group living pro- 
gram with schizophrenics. Arch. Gen. 
Psychiat., 19, 12:717-26. 

RHEAD, CLIFTON, Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With A. Abrams, H. Trosman, P. Margolis 
The psychological assessment of police can- 
didates. Amer. J. Psychiat., 124, 11: 
1575-80. 

RUDY, LESTER H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A clinical trial with Mesoridazine. Dis. Nerv. 
Syst., 29:6. 
Reviews 

Neuropsychiatry in World War II (Vol. I) ; 
Zone of Interior, by Col. R. Anderson, Col. 
A. Glass, and Lt. Col. R. Bernucci. Arch. 
Gen. Psychiat., 19, 2:243-44. 

RUESS, AUBREY L., Associate Professor in 

Psychology 
Articles 

Convergent psychosocial factors in the cleft 

palate clinic. In Cleft palate habilitation, 

ed. by R. N. Lencione, Syracuse Univ. 

Press, Syracuse, N.Y., pp. 53-70. 

SABSHIN. MELVIN, Professor and Head of 
Department 

Articles 

Toward more rigorous definitions of mental 
health. In Comprehensive mental health: 
the challenge of evaluation, ed. by L. M. 
Roberts, N. Greenfield, and M. M. Miller, 
Univ. Wisconsin Press, Madison, pp. 15-27. 



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With others 

Student protests: a phenomenon for be- 
havioral sciences research. Science, 161: 
20-23. 
With L. Sadow, J. Gedo, J. Miller, G. Pollock. 
N. Schlessinger 
The process of hypothesis change in three 
early psychoanalytic concepts. /. Amer. 
Psychoanal. Assn., 16, 2:245-73. 

SADOW, LEO, Clinical Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With J. Gedo, J. Miller, G. Pollock, M. Sabshin, 
N. Schlessinger 
The process of hypothesis change in three 
early psychoanalytic concepts. /. Amer. 
Psychoanal. Assn., 16, 2:245-73. 

SCHLESSINGER, NATHAN, Qinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 

With H. Muslin, M. Baittle 
Teaching and learning psychiatric observa- 
tional skills. Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 18: 
549-52. 
With L. Sadoiv, J. Gedo, J. Miller, G. Pollock, 
M. Sabshin 
The process of hypothesis change in three 
early psychoanalytic concepts. /. Amer. 
Psychoanal. Assn., 16, 2:245-73. 

SINGER, PAUL R., Assistant Professor in 
Psychology 

Articles 

With H. Muslin, M. Meuser, J. P. Leahy 
Research and learning in psychiatric inter- 
viewing. /. Med. Educ, «: 398-404. 

SOLOMON. DANIEL, Associate Professor in 
Psychology 

Book Reviews 

Wisconsin studies of the measurement and 
prediction of teacher effectiveness. A sum- 
mary of investigations, by A. S. Barr et al. 
Adult Educ, 18:225-26. 

STEIGMAN, MARTIN J., Assistant Professor 
in Psychology 

Articles 

Community services for the mentally re- 
tarded. Hasp, and Comm. Psychiat., 19, 
5:142-44. 

Reviews 

Planning community services for the mentally 
retarded, ed. by E. L. Meyer. Amer. J. 
Ment. Defic, 7i: 162-63. 

TUCKER, THOMAS J., Assistant Professor 

in Psychology 
Articles 

With A. Kling 

Sparing of function following localized brain 
lesions in neonatal monkeys. In The neu- 
ropsychology of development, ed. by R. L. 
Isaacson, John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., pp. 
121-45. 

With A. Kling, D. S charlock 

Sparing of photic frequency and brightness 
discrimination after striatectomy in neo- 
natal cats. /. Neurophysiol., ii: 81 8-32. 

VAN PELT, JOHN D., Instructor in 

Psychology 
Articles 

With A. S. Elstein 

Structure of staff perceptions of psychiatric 
patients. /. Consult. Clin. Psychol., 32: 
550-59. 



VISOTSKY, HAROLD M., Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Mission to Russia. Psychiatry Digest, 29: 

11-16. 
The treatment system. Amer. J. Psychiat., 
125:650-56. 
With N. Hansen, M. Wodarcsyk 
The mental health expediter. Arch. Gen. 
Psychiat., iS: 392-99. 
With P. Barglozv, others 

Some psychiatric aspects of illegitimate 
pregnancy in early adolescence. Amer. J. 
Orthopsychiat., 38, 4:672-88. 

WALTERS, ORVILLE S., Professor 
See Health Service, Urbana Campus. 

WARREN, SUE ALLEN, Research Associate 
Professor in Psychology 

Articles 

Psychological evaluation of the mentally re- 
tarded: a review of techniques. Ped. Clin. 
N. Amer., 15, 4:943-56. 

WEINBERG, JACK, Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Growth through grief. In 4th Annual Clergy- 
men's Institute, Forest Hospital, Des 
Plaines, 111., pp. 1-6. 

Psychological meanings of food. In Proc. 
dietary service and psychol. aspects of 
aging, Utah Div. of Health, Utah State 
Univ., Park City, Utah, April 15-19, 
pp. 22-38. 

WILLIAMS, MEYER, Associate Professor in 

Psychology 
Articles 

With T. McGee, Frances Racusen, J. Covicn 
Further evaluation of a small group living 

program with schizophrenics. Arch. Gen. 

Psychiat., 19:717-26. 

WILLRICH. KARL L., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Familientherapie: Ein vielschichtiger Weg 

zum psychisch Kranken. Praxis der Psy- 

chotherapie, Ii:l-10. 



RADIOLOGY 

ALCORN, FRANKLIN S., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Mammography screeners: modified program- 
med learning for nonradiologic personnel. 

Radiology, 90, 2:336-38. 
With D. P. Slaughter, H. W. Southwick, 
L. J. Humphrey 
The role of mammography in surgery of the 
breast. In Surgery of the breast. Year 
Book Med. Pubs., Chicago, pp. 36-60. 

BOGDONOFF, MAURICE L., Associate 
Professor 

Books 

Radiology — a method of studying chest phy- 
siology. Grune and Stratton, N.Y., 20 pp. 

GREENFIELD, GEORGE B., Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 
M^ith L. Love, T. W. Braun, R. Moncada, 

R. J. Freeark, R. J. Baker 
Arteriography of splenic trauma. Radiology, 

91, 1:96-102. 



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HARVEY, ROGER A., Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Responsibility of the university medical 
school for undergraduate teaching in can- 
cer. Cancer Control. Latin American Re- 
gional Conference, UICC Technical Report 
Series — Vol. 1, Geneva, pp. 60-62. 

HENDRICKSOX, FRANK R., Professor 
Articles 

Radiation problems in integrated therapy of 
the oropharynx and larynx. In Cancer 
therapy by integrated radiation and opera- 
tion, Charles C. Thomas, Pub., Spring- 
field, 111., pp. 47-52. 
With E. J. Liebner 

Results of pre-operative radiotherapy for 
supraglottic larynx cancer. Ann. OtoL, 
Rhin.. and Laryng., 77, 2:222-31. 
With L. Millburn 

Radical neck dissection: the followup. 
Laryngoscope, 78, 2:270-78. 
With L. Millburn, L. P. Faber 

Curative treatment of epidermoid carcinoma 
of the esophagus. Amer. J. Roentg., Rad. 
Ther. and Xucl. Med., 103, 2:291-99. 
With L. Millburn, G. G. Hibbs 

Treatment of spinal cord compression from 
metastatic carcinoma. Cancer, 21, 3:447-52. 
With M. Millburn, L. O'Grady 

Radical radiation therapy and total body ir- 
radiation in the treatment of Ewing's 
sarcoma. Ibid., 22, 5:919-25. 
Reviews 

Care of radiation casualties, by John Blakely. 

Radiology, 91, 5:1054. 
Modern trends in radiotherapy, ed. by 
Thomas J. Deelev, Constance A. P. Wood. 
Ibid., 90, 3:606. 

HIBBS, GEORGE G., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With L. Millburn, F. Hendrickson 

Treatment of spinal cord compression from 
metastatic carcinoma. Cancer, 21, 3:447-52. 

HILL, B. JAY, Associate Professor 

Articles 

With W. Waldrop, C. Monroe 

Voice changes following adenotonsillectomy. 

Laryngoscope, 78, 8:1410-18. 

KIRSH, ISRAEL E., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With T. H. Brendel 

The importance of giant duodenal ulcer. 
Radiology, 91, 1:14-19. 

LE VAN. HO A, Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Direct and indirect effect of x-irradiation on 
conditioned avoidance behavior. Med. Exp., 
18:161-68. 

Effect of magnesium pemoline on the survival 
of mice with Ehrlich ascites tumor. Ex- 
perimentia, 24:830-32. 

Effect of pre and post irradiation administra- 
tion of magnesium pemoline on radioresis- 
tance. Intnl. J. Clin. Pharm., i: 514-16. 

Enhancement of radioresistance in mice 
simultaneously exposed to DM SO vapor 
and x-irradiation. Experiinentia, 24:712-13. 

Radioprotective effect of magnesium pemo- 
line: a comparison with pemoline and dex- 
troamphematine. /. Pharm. Sci., 57: 
1033-34. 



Short-term and long-term radioprotective ef- 
fect of magnesium pemoline. Experimen- 
tia, 24:A77-79. 

Threshold doses for conditioned avoidance 
behavior using low dose rate gamma radi- 
ation. Acta Rad., 7:141-47. 
With W. S. Moos 

Post-irradiation avoidance and recovery of 
preference of saccharin sodium in mice. 
Med. Exp., iS:45-S4. 

LIEBNER, EDWIN J., Professor 

Articles 

With F. R. Hendrickson 

Results of pre-operative radiotherapy for 
supraglottic larynx cancer. Ann. OtoL, 
Rhin., and Laryng., 77, 2:222-31. 
With B. Potter, H. Aram 

Hodgkins disease — cutaneous nodules pre- 
ceding systematization. Cutis., 4, 4:415-19. 
Reviews 

Roentgen diagnosis, vol. V, abdomen (2nd 
Amer. ed.), by H. R. Schinz, et al. Re- 
view of Surgery, 25:364. 

MELAMED, MYRON, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With J. L. Melamed, S. E. Rabushka 

Ischial apophyseolysis: emphasis on diagnosis 
of the acute fracture. Clin. Rad., 19: 
465-69. 
Unusual gastric diverticula. Radiology, 90: 

1006-08. 
The geriatric chest, a radiographic survey. 
Geriatrics, 25:136-41. 



MONCADA. ROGELIO, Clinical .\ssistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With L. Love, G. B. Greenfield, T. W. Braun, 

R. J. Freeark, R. J. Baker 
Arteriography of splenic trauma. Radiologv, 

91, 1:96-102. 

MOOS, WALTER S., Research Professor and 

Radiation Physicist 
Articles 

With H. LeVan 

Post-irradiation avoidance and recovery of 
preference of saccharin sodium in mice. 
Med. Exp., J5:45-54. 

OVADIA, JACQUES, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Physical aspects of electron therapy %yith a 
35 MeV linear accelerator. In Frontiers of 
radiation therapy and oncologv (vol. 2), 
ed. by J. M. Vaeth, S. Karger, Basel, 
N.Y., pp. 25-35. 

VALVASSORI, GALDINO E., Professor 

Articles 

With J. D. Clemis 

Recent radiographic and clinical observations 
on the vestibular aqueduct. Otol. Clinics 
N. Amer., pp. 339-46. 
With G. E. Hord 

Traumatic sinus disease. Seminars in 
Roentg., 3, 2:160-71. 
With R. F. Naunton 

Inner ear anomalies: their association with 
atresia. Laryngoscope, 75:1041-49. 



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RESEARCH IN MEDICAL EDUCATION 

HARLESS, WILLIAM G., Chief, 

Instructional Systems 
Articles 

With T. H. Lynn, R. C. Duncan, 
E. D. Jacohson, J. A. Cutter, 
A. W. Nunnery 
A progress report of computer assisted in- 
struction at the University of Oklahoma 
Medical Center. Proceedings conference on 
the use of computers in medical education, 
April 3-5, 1968, pp. 100-05. 

McGUIRE, CHRISTINE H., Lecturer 
Articles 

An evaluation model for professional educa- 
tion-medical education. In Proceedings of 
the 1967 invitational conference on testing 
problems, Educational Testing Service, 
Princeton, N.J., pp. 37-52. 

Trends in testing and evaluation in profes- 
sional and adult education. Edttc. and 
Psycholog. Testing AERA Rev. Educ. Res., 
37, 1:49-60. 

A behavioral approach to the examination and 
evaluation of medical curricula. Education 
Medica y Salud, 2:3. 
With H. G. Levine 

Role-playing as an evaluative technique. /. 
Educ. Meas., 5, 1:1-8. 
With J. W. Williamson 

Consecutive case conference: an educational 
evaluation. /. Med. Educ, 43, 10:1068-74. 
With J. Charvat, V. Parsons 

A review of the nature and uses of examina- 
tions in medical education. Public Health 
Papers No. 36 World Health Organization, 
Geneva, Switzerland, 74 pp. 

MILLER, GEORGE E., Director 

The orthopaedic training study. J. A.M. A., 
206, Oct. 4, pp. 601-6. 
With J. W. Williamson, M. Alexander 

Priorities in patient-care research and continu- 
ing medical education. J. A.M. A., 204, 
April 22, pp. 303-8. 



SURGERY 

ALBRECHT, RONALD F., Assistant 

Professor, Anesthesiology 
Articles 

With M. S. Sadove 

Sedatives and tranquilizers in the treatment 
of pain. Med. Clin. N. Amer., 52:47-53. 
With M. S. Sadove, W. Schumcr 

Monitoring in the intensive care unit and the 
recovery room. Surg. Clin. N. Atncr., 48: 
9-15. 

APTER, JULIA T., Professor 

Articles 

Some problems in visco-elasticity. In Some 
mathematical models in biology, ed. by 
Thrall, Mortimer, Rebman, Baum, Univ. 
Mich. Press, Ann Arbor, pp. A05.1-A05.8. 
Analogue computer solution of a set of non- 
linear differential equations of motion of 
dog aorta. II. The effects of hypertension, 
aging, and inflow forcings, ed. by Enslein. 
Proc. 1966 Rochester conference on data 
acquisition and processing. Pergamon Press, 
Oxford and N.Y., pp. 1-13. 

With E. Marques 

Correlation of visco-elastic properties of large 



arteries with microscopic structure. V. 
Sinusoidal forcings at low and at resonance 
frequencies. Circulation Res., 22:393-404. 

Dynamic visco-elastic measurements on bio- 
materials composed of muscle, elastin, and 
collagen at low and at resonance frequen- 
cies. Biophys. J. 8:A117. 
With E. Marques, M. Janas 

Dynamic visco-elastic anisotropy of canine 
aorta correlated with aortic wall composi- 
tion. Proc. of the 21st ami. conf. on 
engineering in nied. and biol., 44:5. 
With J. Chow 

Wave propagation in a viscous incompressible 
fluid contained in a flexible visco-elastic 
tube. /. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 44:437-43. 
With W. Graessley 

A relation between positive phase shift and 
elastic modulus enhancement of smooth 
muscle. Experientia, 24:72-7S. 
With H. Najafi 

A test for transplantability of animal hearts. 
J.A.M.A., 206:2881. 
Reviews 

Quantitative research in human biology and 
medicine, by S. Peller. /. Clin. Pathol., 21 : 
788. 

BADER, KARL F., Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

IVith J. W. Curtin 

The application of silastic underlays and pul- 
leys for tendon surgery. /. PI. and Recons. 
Surg., 41:157-64. 

Successful silicone tendon prosthesis. Arch. 
Surg., 97:406-11. 

BAKER, ROBERT J., Professor 
Articles 

Hidden injuries to the liver. Hosp. Med., 

4:32. 
Effects of alcohol on the pancreas. J. A.M. A., 

206:376-77. 
Emergency repair of lacerations. Consultant, 
8:39. 
With R. Zajtchuk, W. C. Shoemaker, 
E. L. Strohl 
External pancreatic secretion in man. Bull. 
Intnl. Soc. Surg., 27:81. 
With W. C. Shoemaker, P. A. Mohr, 

K. J. Printen, J. J. Amato, S. Youssef 
Hemodynamic monitoring of critically ill 
patients before and after extensive surgical 
procedure. Proc. Inst. Med. Chicago, 27, 
3:57. 
With R. J. Freeark, L. Love 

Active diagnostic approach to blunt abdominal 

trauma. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 48:97-109. 

The role of aortography in the management of 

blunt abdominal trauma. /. Trauma, 8: 

557-71. 

With R. J. Freeark, W. C. Shoemaker 

Aortography in blunt abdominal trauma. Arch. 
Surg. 9(5:705-11. 

BALAGOT, REUBEN C, Professor, 

Anesthesiology 
Articles 
With V. R. Bandelin 

Preoperative and postoperative inhalation 

therapy. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 48:29-36. 
Reviews 

Claude Bernard and experimental medicine, 

by M. B. Visscher and Francisco Grande. 

Chicago Med., 71:265-66. 



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BAXDELIX, VALERIE R.. Clinical 

Instructor, Anesthesiology 
Articles 
fVith R. C. Balagot 

Preoperative and postoperative inhalation 

therapy. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 48:29-36. 

BAUMRUCKER, GEORGE O., Clinical 

Assistant Professor, Urology 
Books 

Transurethral prostatectomy techniques and 
hazards. Williams and Wilkins Co., Balti- 
more, Md., 150 pp. 
Articles 

Improved cystoscopic ureteral catheter de- 
flector. /. Urol., 99:826. 

BOMBECK, C. THOMAS, Instructor 

Articles 

With E. A. Smuckler, L. M. Nyhus 

Structural and functional changes in the 
isolated perfused liver associated with halo- 
thane and chloroform. In Toxicity of anes- 
thetics, ed. by E. R. Fink, Williams and 
Wilkins Co., Baltimore, Md., pp. 176-85. 

IVith C. Biciva, R. E. Condon, L. M. Nyhus 
Parameters of normal liver function in the 
isolated, perfused bovine liver. In Organ 
perfusion and preservation, ed. by J. C. 
Xorman. Appleton-Century-Crofts, X.Y., 
pp. 573-619. 

With P. D. Goldsu'orthy, M. D. Middleton, 
K. A. Kelly, T. Aoki, L. M. Nyhus 
Effects of arginine. glutamate, and aspartate 
on ammonia utilization in the perfused 
bovine liver. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 128: 
153-62. 

With T. Aoki, E. A. Smuckler, L. M. Nyhus 
The effect of halothane on liver detoxifica- 
tion processes. Bull, de la Soc. Int. de 
Chir.. 4:2S9. 

With A. G. Pissidis. L. M. Nyhus 

The choleretic action of gastrin: studies in 
the intact animal and the isolated perfused 
liver. Gastroenterology, 34:1290. 

CALDWELL. RICHARD C, Clinical 

Instructor 
Articles 

The motorcycle: its risks and hazards. Pres.- 

St. Luke's Hasp. Med. Bull., 7:9-14. 

COXDOX, ROBERT E.. Associate Professor 
Articles 

With C. T. Bombeck, C. Biava, L. M. Nyhus 
Parameters of normal liver function in the 

isolated, perfused bovine liver. In Organ 

perfusion and preservation, ed. by J. C. 

Xorman, Appleton-Century-Crofts, X.Y., 

pp. 573-619. 
Resultats des tentatives de traitement actif 

de I'insuffisance hepatique. Press, Med. 

(Paris), 76:62. 
Spontaneous resolution of experimental clotted 

hemothorax. Surg. Gynecol, and Obstet., 

126:505-15. 
Locked vertical mattress stitch for skin 

closure. Ibid., 127:839. 
With G. E. Granville, P. H. Jordan, 

A. H. Helgason 
Hypercalcemic crisis and intractable gastro- 
intestinal ulceration in a patient with 

edocrine polyglandular disease. Ann. Surg., 

167:185-90. 



With R. Williams, H. S. Williams, 
L. M. Blendis, L. Kreel 
Splenic blood flow in cirrhosis and portal 
hypertension. Clin. Sci., J4:441-52. 

CUXXIXGHAM, MYLES P., Clinical 

Assistant Professor 
Articles 
With M. Arlen 

Medullary fibrosarcoma of the bone. Cancer, 

21:31-37. 
With D. P. Slaughter 

A face saving procedure: marginal resection 

of the mandible for anterior oral cancer. 

III. Med. J., 133:166-69. 

CURTIX, JOHX W., Professor, 

Head of Division of Plastic Surgery 
Articles 
With K. Bader 

The application of silastic underlays and pul- 
levs for tendon surgery. /. PI. and Recon. 
Surg., 41:157-64. 
Successful silicone tendon prosthesis. Arch. 
Surg., 97:406-11. 
With S. Prusansky, J. Ellenby, H. Gold 

Somatic and psychological rehabilitation of a 
facially deformed young adult. /. Amer. 
Dental Assn., 74:7. 

DAS GUPTA, T. K., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Cellular hypertrophy in rat pineals after cas- 
tration. /. Endocr., 41 :607-8. 
With R. O. Welter 

Experimental hypertrophic neuropathy: An 
electron microscope study. /. Neur. Neuro- 
Surg. and Psych., 31 :34-42. 

de PEYSTER, F. A., Clinical Associate 
Professor 

Reviews 

An atlas of advanced surgical techniques, by 
E. J. Beattie. and S. G. Economou. Prcs.- 
St. Luke's Hosp. Med. Bull., 7:124. 

DIFFEXBAUGH, WILLIS G., Clinical 
Associate Professor 

Articles 

With E. Lee Strohl 

The appendicitis two step, by Felix Men- 
delssohn. Surg. Gynecol, and Obstet.. 127: 
842-46. 

DYE, WILLIAM S., Clinical Professor 

Articles 

With H. Najafi, H. Javid, J. A. Hunter, 
O. C. Julian 
Rupture of an otherwise normal aortic valve. 
/. Thorac. Cardiovas. Surg., 56:57-62. 

With A. L. Graham. H. Najafi, H. Javid, 
J. A. Hunter, O. C. Julian 
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: surgi- 
cal management. Arch. Surg., 97:1024-31. 

EVERSOX, TILDEX C, Clinical Professor 
Books Edited 

Symposium on the armanentarium of the sur- 
geon. Guest Editor. Surgical Clinica of 
Xorth America, W. B. Saunders Co., 
Philadelphia. 
Reviews 

Surgery of the alimentary tract, by J. H. 
Garlock. Gastroenterology, 55:154-55. 



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FABER, L. PENFIELD, Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

The management of severe blunt chest trauma. 
Prcs.-St. Luke's Hasp. Med. Bull.. 7:27-32. 
With L. Millburn, F. Hendrickson 

Curative treatment of epidermoid carcinoma of 
the esophagus. Amer. J. Roentgenology, 
103:291-99. 
With H. Giragos, M. Weinberg 

Concomitant intrathoracic aneurysm and bron- 
chial rupture due to trauma: successful 
repair. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 5:47-54. 
With A. Ahmadi, R. Jensik, F. Milloy 

Intrathoracic splenosis. /. Thorac. Cardiovas. 
Surg., 55:677-81. 
With R. Callaghan, S. Patel 

Bronchial brushing: A new technique for 
diagnosis of pulmonary lesions. Pres.-St. 
Luke's Hasp. Med. Bull., 7:103-9. 

FLANAGAN, MALACHI J., Assistant 

Professor, Urology 
Articles 

With J. A. Kosak 

Congenital unilateral multicystic disease of 
the kidney. Arch. Surg., 96:983-86. 
With J. A. Kosak, J. H. McDonald 

Combined suture and methyl 2-cyanoacrylate 
monomer for reanastomosis of the ureter. 
Trans. Amer. Assn. Genitourin. Surg., 59: 
14-156. 

GOLDIN, ELLIOT G., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With N. R. Joseph 

Responses of connective tissue ground sub- 
stance in wound healing. Arch. Surg., 97: 
753-63. 

GRAF, EDWIN C, Clinical Associate 

Professor, Urology 
Articles 

With B. Nadjmi. E. D. Whitehead. 
C. F. McKiel, Jr., D. H. Callahan 
Carcinoma of the urachus. /. Urol., 100: 
738-43. 

GREELEY, PAUL W., Clinical Professor, 
Plastic Surgery 

Articles 

With A. G. Middleton 

Emergency room management of facial in- 
juries. In Medical and surgical emergen- 
cies, ed. by J. H. Schneewind, pp. 59-74. 

With R. Ivy 

Memorium to Rear Admiral Lucius Johnson. 
/. PI. and Recon. Surg., 41:601-2,. 

HUNTER, JAMES A., Associate Professor 

Articles 

With H. Najafi, W. S. Dye, H. Javid, 

O. C. Julian 
Rupture of an otherwise normal aortic valve. 

/. Thorac. Cardiovas. Surg., 56:57-62. 
With A. L. Graham, H. Najafi, W. S. Dye, 

H. Javid, O. C. Julian 
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: surgical 

management. Arch. Surg., 97:1024-31. 

JAVID, HUSHANG, Professor 

Articles 

With H. P. Nennhaus 

The distinct syndrome of spontaneous ab- 
dominal aortocaval fistula. Amer. J. Med., 
44:464-73. 



With H. Najafi, W. S. Dye, J. A. Hunter, 
O. C. Julian 
Rupture of an otherwise normal aortic valve. 
J. Thorac. Cardiovas. Surg., 56:57-62. 

With A. L. Graham, H. Najafi, W. S. Dye, 
J. A. Hunter, O. C. Julian 
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: surgical 
management. Arch. Surg., 97:1024-31. 

JENSIK, ROBERT J., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With A. Ahmadi, L. P. Faher, F. J. Milloy 
Intrathoracic splenosis. /. Thorac. Cardiovas. 
Surg., 55:677-81. 

JULIAN, ORMAND C, Professor 
Articles 

With K. A. Myers, H. A. Paul 

Responses to isoproterenol and THAM during 
experimental hemorrhagic shock. Surgery, 
64:653-60. 
With H. Najafi, W. S. Dye, H. Javid, 
J. A. Hunter 
Rupture of an otherwise normal aortic valve. 
J. Thorac. Cardiovas. Surg., 56:57-62. 
With A. L. Graham, H. Najafi, W. S. Dye, 
H. Javid, J. A. H tenter 
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: surgical 
management. Arch. Surg., 97:1024-31. 

KIEFER, JOSEPH H., Professor, Urology 
Articles 

"Jean Civiale." Invest. Urol., 6:114. 
With C. C. Wiggishoff 

Urethral injury associated with pelvic frac- 
ture. /. Trauma, 5:1042-48. 

KILBOURNE, BURTON C, Clinical 

Associate Professor 
Articles 

Management of complicated hand fractures. 

Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 45:201-13. 

KING, LOWELL, R., Professor, Urology 
Articles 

Apparent ureteropelvic junction obstruction 
caused by vesicoureteral reflux. ///. Med. 
J., 133:711-15. 
Editorial comments. In Yearbook of Urology, 
Year Book :Med. Pubs., Chicago. 
With R. M. Wendel, M. A. Surian, J. J. Burden 
Vesicoureteral reflux: a classification based 
upon etiology and results of treatment. 
J.A.M.A., 203:169-74. 
With J. M. Holland, H. K. A. Schirmer, 
R. Gibbons, W. W. Scott 
Pyeloileal urinary conduit: an eight-year 
experience in thirty-seven patients. /. Urol., 
99:427-33. 

KUKRAL, JOHN C, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Gastric ulcer: an appraisal. Surgery, 63: 
1024-36. 
With J. Point t, W. Dobryszycka, A. Carney 
Serum cholesterol, uric acid and triglyceride 
concentrations in patients with Buerger's 
disease, arteriosclerosis obliterans, venous 
thromboses and Raynaud's disease. 
J.A.M.A., 204:530. 
With W. Schumer 

Metabolism in shock. Surgery, 65:630-36. 



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With A. L. Carney, E. Ebroon, J. Pollitt, 
R. A. Zeineh, IV. Dobryszycka, 
W. Fried 
The role of the liver and surgical stress in 
erythropoietin metabolism. Surg. Forum, 
i9:48-51. 

LANGSTON, HIRAM T., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

Surgery for pulmonary tuberculosis. In 
Lewis' practice of surgery, ed. by F. H. 
Ellis, Harper and Row, Pubs., N.Y., 

pp. 1-70. 
The thorax, pleura and lungs. In Christo- 
pher's texhook of surgery (9th ed.), ed. by 
Loyal Davis, W. B. Saunders Co., Phila- 
delphia, Chapter 19. 
With S. E. Rabushka 

Pseudocavities of the lung. Amer. Rev. Resp. 
Dis., 97:644-54. 
With G. E. Milles, W. Dalessaiidro 

Reduce your transfusion hazard by 50%. Get 
off the "one transfusion hook." Chicago 
Med.. 7i:6S5-S6. 

LONG, DAVID M., Associate Professor, Head, 
Div. Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery 
Articles 

With L. Malone, R. Norton 

Immunoelectrophoretic identification of red 
cell envelope proteins in trauma and shock 
patients. Fed. Proc, 27:384. 
With F. Steig^nann, R. Mejicano 

Lymphatic decompression therapy of "intract- 
able" ascites. Amer. J. Gastroent., 50: 
47-54. 
With Y. S. Kim, C. W. Shoemaker 

Vascular responses in the lung following 
trauma and shock. /. Trauma, 8:715. 

MASON, JAMES H., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With A. J. Ediger, R. S. Webb 

Intraarterial infusion cancer chemotherapy. 

Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 48:79-89. 
With W. L. Wilson, F. J. Ans field, 

D. B. Rochlin, T. Grage 
The phase I investigation of acetophenone 

(XSC 62512) 2-dimethyl-amino-4-dihydroxy- 

hydrochloride. Cancer Chemo. Rpts., 52 : 

297-99. 

MILLOY, FRANK J., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 
With L. E. Wragg, B. J. Anson 

The pulmonary arterial supply to the upper 
lobe of the left lung. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet., 
126:811-24. 
Surgical aspects of the pulmonary arterial 
supply to the middle and lower lobes of the 
lungs. Surg. Gynecol, and Obstet., 127 : 
531-37. 
With A. Ahmadi, L. P. Faber, R. Jensik 

Intrathoracic splenosis. /. Thorac. Cardiovas. 
Surg., 55:677-81. 

MORCH, E. TRIER, Clinical Professor, 

Anesthesiology 
Articles 

Pain relief for office procedures. Med. Clin. 

N. Amer., 52:173-81. 

MOSS, GERALD S., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With C. R. Valeri, C. E. Brodine 

Clinical experience in the use of frozen blood 



in combat casualties. New Engl. J. Med., 
278:14. 

With P. J. Pitlyk 

Fluid and electrolyte balance in penetrating 
head wounds. Surgery, (5i:396. 

With N. J. Proctor, C. M. Herman, 
L. D. Hmner, B. D. Litt 
Hemorrhagic shock in the baboon : I. Circula- 
tory and metabolic effects of dilutional 
therapy. Preliminary report. /. Trauma, 
5:837. 

With N. J. Proctor, L. D. Homer, B. D. Litt 
Hemorrhagic shock in the baboon: II. Changes 
in lung compliance associated with hemor- 
rhagic shock and resuscitation. Ibid., 8: 
842. 

NAJAFI, HASSAN, Associate Professor 
Articles 

With W. S. Dye, H. J avid, H. A. Hunter, 
O. C. Julian 
Rupture of an otherwise normal aortic valve. 
/. Thorac. Cardiovas. Surg., 56:57-62. 
■With O. C. Julian 

Surgical management of arteriosclerosis in- 
volving the lower extremities. Connecticut 
Med., 32:808-13. 
With A. L. Graham, W. S. Dye, H. Javid, 
J. A. Hunter, O. C. Julian 
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: surgical 
management. Arch. Surg., 97:1024-31. 
With Julia Apter 

A test for transplantability of animal hearts. 
J.A.M.A., 206:2881. 

NENNHAUS, H. P., Clinical Assistant 
Professor 

Articles 

With H. Javid 

The distinct syndrome of spontaneous abdom- 
inal aortocaval fistula. Amer. J. Med., 44: 
464-73. 

NYHUS, LLOYD M., Professor and Head 
of the Department 

Articles 

With M. Mignon 

The antrum and its hormone gastrin. In 
Spesielle Magenchirurgie, ed. by F. HoUe, 
Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, N.Y., 
pp. 77-86. 

With J. Rudick 

The treatment of massive gastroduodena! 
hemorrhage : vagotomy and pyloroplasty. 
Ibid., pn. 406-13. 

With E. A. Smuckler, C. T. Bombeck 

Structural and functional changes in the 
isolated perfused liver associated with halo- 
thane and chloroform. In Toxicity of 
anesthetics, ed. by E. R. Fink, Williams 
and Wilkins Co., Baltimore, JId., pp. 
176-85. 

With C. T. Bombeck, C. Biava, R. E. Condon 
Parameters of normal liver function in the 
isolated, perfused bovine liver. In Organ 
perfusion and preservation, ed. by J. C. 
Norman, Appleton-Century-Crofts, N.Y., pp. 
573-619. 

With J. Rudick, W. G. Guntheroth 

Recent observations on eastric blood flow and 
acid secretion. In Gastric secretion: mech- 
anisms and control, ed. by Shnitka, Gilbert 
and Harrison, Pergamon Press, Oxford- 
New York-London, pp. 53-69. 

With J. M. Limbosch, J. H. Wyllie 

The effect of vagal block on hexamethonium 



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on gastric secretion in the dog. Scand. J. 
Gastroent., 3:7-17. 

The effect of atropine on gastric secretion in 
the dog. Ibid., J: 18-22. 
With M. Odaka, H. N. Harhins 

A new preparation for gastric secretory 
studies in dogs. Transplantation of the 
autologous and homologous total stomachs. 
Arch. Surg.. 96:902-8. 
With P. D. Golds'Morthy, M. D. Middle ton, 
K. A. Kelly, C. T. Bombeck, T. Aoki 

Effects of arginine, glutamate, and aspartate 
on ammonia utilization in the perfused 
bovine liver. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 
128:lSi-G2. 

Human experimentation and the surgeon. 
Surgery, 64:7Ql-i. 
With M. Mignon, M. Levin, L. S. Semb, 
S. Bonfils 

Effects of a gastric extract on acid and pep- 
tide secretion in the rat. Rev. Franc, de'- 
Etudes Clin. Biol., ii:S7S-83. 
With K. Hayashi, M. J. Rhemilt. L. S. Semb 

The effect of splenocaval shunt on gastric 
secretion and liver function as compared 
with other shunting procedures in the dog. 
Surgery, <5'?:1084-91. 
With E. E. Cammock, K. Hirota, T. L. Fletcher, 
M. Odaka, H. N. Hairkins 

The primate as an experimental animal suit- 
able _ for measuring gastrin-stimulated 
gastric acid secretion. Amer. J, Dig. Dis., 
Ji:1003-ll. 
With C. T. Bombeck, T. Aoki, E. A. Sniuckler 

The effect of halothane on liver detoxification 
processes. Bull, de la Soc. Int. de Chir., 
4:259. 
W'ith W. Schumer 

The role of corticoids .in the management of 
shock. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 49:147-62. 

OLWIN, JOHN H., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With I. L. Koppel 

Reduction of elevated plasma lipid levels in 
atherosclerosis following EDTA therapy. 
Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med., 128: 
1137-40. 



PIFARRE, ROQUE, Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Intramyocardial pressure during systole and 

diastole. Ann. Surg., 168:871. 
With C. A. Hufnagel 

Epicardiectomy and omental graft in acute 

myocardial infarction. Amer. J. Surg., 115: 

589. 
Pulmonary lesions associated with oxygen 

therapy for acute myocardial infarction. 

/. Thorac. Cardiovas. Siirg., 5(5:203. 
With C. A. Hufnagel. P. W. Conrad, 

J. F. Gillespie, A. llano, T. Yokoyama 
Characteristics of materials for intravascular 

application. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 146: 

262. 
With S. M. Wilson, D. D. La Rosa, 

C. A. Hufnagel 
Myocardial revascularization: arterial and 

venous implants. /. Thorac. Cardiovas. 

Surg., 55:309. 
With S. M. Wilson, C. A. Hufnagel 

The influence of oxygen and helium upon 

ventricular fibrillation. Ibid., 55:535. 



With W. E. Neville, W. D. Cox, B. Leininger 
Descending thoracic aorta resection with 
femoral vein artery oxygenation perfusion. 
Ibid., 5(5:39. 
With W. E. Neville, J. U. Balis, P. J. Talso, 
R. A. Dieter 
Postbypass histological alterations following 
over-infusion of non-colloids. /. Trauma, 
8:827. 
With M. Jasuja, W. E. Neville 

Myocardial revascularization from the ven- 
tricle: a physiological impossibility. Siirg. 
Forum, 19:157. 
With R. A. Dieter, F. G. Hoffman, 
W. E. Neville 
Atrial secundum septal defect and cleft mitral 
valve. Ann. Thorac. Surg., (5:373. 

POLLITT, JORGE, Clinical Instructor 
Articles 

With W. Dobryszycka, A. Carney, 

J. C. Kukral 
Serum cholesterol, uric acid and triglyceride 

concentrations in patients with Buerger's 

disease, arteriosclerosis obliterans, venous 

thromboses and Raynaud's disease. J. A.M. A., 

204:530. 
With J. C. Kukral. A. L. Carney, E. Ebroon, 

R. A. Zeineh, W. Dobryssycka 
The role of the liver and surgical stress in 

erythropoietin metabolism. Surg. Forum, 

19:48-51. 



PUESTOW, CHARLES B., Clinical Professor 
Articles 

With W. J. Glllesby 

Pancreaticojejunostomy. In Orr's operations 
of general surgerv, ed. by G. A. Higgins, 
W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, pp. 475-78. 
With R. B. Lai, M. Pepper 

Torsion of the gallbladder. Arch. Surg., 97: 
750-52. 



RAFFENSPERGER, JOHN G., Associate 

Professor 
Books Edited 

Pediatric surgery for nurses. Little, Brown 

& Co., Boston, 400 pp. 
Articles 

Pediatric surgical emergencies. In Medical 

and surgical emergencies, ed. by J. H. 

Schneewind, Year Book Med. Pubs., Chi- 
cago, pp. 162-76. 
Abdominal masses in children under one year 

of age. Surgery, 63:514-21. 
Neuroblastoma; current methods of diagnosis 

and treatment. Proc. Inst. Med. Chicago, 

27:37. 
Feeding gastrostomy in premature infants. 

Arch. Surg., 97:190-93. 
With E. L. Strohl. V. Shakunthala, R. S. Pildes, 

M. Cornblath 
Gastrostomy in premature infants. Ibid., 

97:190-93. 

ROESEL, RUDOLPH W., Clinical Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Gastrectomy — a reevaluation. Chicago Med., 
71:21. 
With G. Milles, E. Strelka 

Uncontrolled hemorrhage in drug-induced 
hypotension. Surgery, 64:801-4. 



CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER 197 



SADOVE, MAX S., Professor and Head, 

Anesthesiology 
Articles 

With R. F. Albrecht 

Sedatives and tranquilizers in the treatment 
of pain. ^led. Clin. N. Amer., 53:17-53. 
With R. F. Albrecht. W. Schntner 

Monitoring in the intensive care unit and 
the recovery room. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 
48:9-15. 
With R. F. Albrecht, E. A. Friedman 

Obstetrical anesthesia and analgesia. Coin's 
Year Book, 1968, pp. 757-66. 

SCHXEEWIND, JOHN H., Professor 
Books 

Medical and surgical emergencies (rev. ed. 
formerly entitled Emergency service man- 
ual). Year Book Med. Pubs., Chicago, 
318 pp. 
Articles 

The injured hand. In Medical and surgical 
emergencies, ed. by Schneewind, Year Book 
Med. Pubs., Chicago, pp. 23-58. 

Principles in treatment of wounds. Ibid., 
pp. 74-77. 

Preventive treatment of tetanus. Ibid., pp. 
191-94. 

SCHULTZ, RICHARD C, Clinical Instructor, 

Plastic Surgery 
Articles 

Extensive skin sloueh following septicemia 

and Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome. 

Proc. Inst. Med. Chicago, 27:11. 

SCHUMER, WILLIAM, Associate Professor 
Articles 

Localization of the energy pathway block in 

shock. Surgery, (54:55-59. 
Lactate studies of the dog in oligemic shock. 
/. Surg. Res., 5:491-94. 
With M. S. Sadove, R. Albrecht 

Monitoring in the intensive care unit and 
recovery room. Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 48: 
9-15. 
With H. Abtahi 

Sodium fusidate in surgical wound infection. 
Amer. J. Surg., 115:527-30. 
With J. C. Kukral 

Metabolism of shock. Surgery, 63:630-36. 
With R. Sperling 

Shock and its effect on the cell. J. A.M. A., 
205:215-19. 

SHULMAX, MORTOX, Assistant Professor, 

Anesthesiology 
Articles 

Use of respirators in the surgical patient. 

Surg. Clin. N. Amer., 48:37-45. 



SLAUGHTER, DAXLEY P., Clinical 

Professor 
Books 
With H. W. Southwick, L. I. Humphrey 

Surgery of the breast, Year Book Med. 
Pubs., Chicago, 229 pp. 
Articles 

Management of cancer of the tongue. In 
Cancer management, T. B. Lippincott Co., 
Philadelphia, pp. 303-9'. 
With M. P. Cunningham 

A face saving procedure: marginal resection 
of the mandible for anterior oral cancer. 
///. Med. J., 133:166-69. 
Reviews 

Principles of head and neck surgery, by 
H. R. Freund. Surg. Gynecol, and Obstet., 
127:127-28. 

SOUTHWICK, HARRY W., Clinical Professor 

Books 

With D. P. Slaughter, L. J. Humphrey 

Surgery of the breast. Year Book Med. Pubs., 
Chicago, 229 pp. 

STROHL, E. LEE, Clinical Associate 

Professor 
Articles 

Early history of the central surgical associa- 
tion. Arch. Surg., 97:170-74. 
With J. G. Raffensperger, V. Shakunthala, 
R. S. Pildes, M. Cornblath 
Gastrostomy in premature infants. Ibid., 97: 
190-93. 
With R. J. Baker, R. Zajtchuk, 
W. C. Shoemaker 
Physiological studies on external pancreatic 
secretion in man. Bull, de la Soc. Intnl. 
de Chir., 2:81-88. 
With W. G. Diffenbaugh 

The appendicitis two step by Felix Mendels- 
sohn. Surg. Gynecol, and Obstet., 127: 
842-46. 

WEIXRERG, MILTOX, JR., Associate 

Professor 
Articles 
With S. T. Yao, J. S. Carey, W. C. Shoemaker, 

R. J. Freeark 
Hemodynamics and therapy of acute hemo- 

pericardium. 7. Trauma, 7:783-92. 
With H. Giragos, L. P. Faber 

Concomitant intrathoracic aneurysm and 

bronchial rupture due to trauma: successful 

repair. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 44:47-54. 

WIGGISHOFF, CYRIL C, Clinical Associate 
Professor, Urology 

Articles 

With I. H. Kiefer 

Urethral injury associated with pelvic frac- 
ture. /. Trauma, *: 1042-48. 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 



Aaron, H., 99 
Abashian, A., 105, 111, 112 
Abbott, B. C, 113, 114 
Abbrecht, P. H., 142 
Abdel-Samad, S. R., 41, 42 
Abdo, D A., 91 
Abdo, Salwa N., 91 
Aberdeen, E.. 181 
Abildgaard, C. F., 181, 182 
Abo-Baker, A.-A. A., 26 
Abou-Aly, A. A., 70 
Abou-Youssef, M., 132, 133 
Abrams, A., 189 
Abrams, G. S., 105, 110 
Abrams, R. J., 105, 111, 112 
Abramson, D. I., 185 
Abtahi, H., 197 
Ackermann, W. C, 38 
Adam, J. R., 61 
Adams, J. A., 118 
Adams, R., 99 
Adams, R. W., 28 
Adams, W. C, 104 
Addv, A. L., 96 
Adelman, G. S., 65 
Adelman, W. J., 131 
Aderholz, M., 109 
Ades. H. W., 59, 60 
Adkins, R. W., 96, 97 
Adler, A., 180 
Adler, Donnatella B., 105 
Adler, F. T., 105 
Aduss, H., 163 
Afuso, C, 64 

Agarwal, G., 142, 152, 159 
Agarwal, S. P., 184 
Aggarwal, S. K., 92 
Agrawal, V. D., 62 
Ahmad, N., 12. 14 
Ahmadi, A., 194, 195 
Aigner, D. J., SO, 71 
Akitt, D. P., 60 
Albers, J. J., 172 
Albert, A. A., 155 
Albert, W. W., 17, 18 
Albrecht, F. R., 92 
Albrecht, R. F., 192, 197 
Alcordo, I. S., 17 
Alcorn, F. S., 190 
Aldrich, S. R.. 12, 13, 15, 16 
Aldridge, A. O., 74 
Aleamoni, L. M., 86 
Alexander, C. S., 75 
Alexander, D. E., 12, 14 
Alexander, F., 189 
Alexander, H. W., 58 
Alexander, J. D., 12, 13, 16 
Alexander, J. M., 156 
Alexander, J. R., 92 
Alexander, M., 169, 181, 192 
Alger, Nelda E., 138 
Alger, T. D., 31 
All, S., 155 
Allaway, T. H., 121 
Allen, A. W., 27 
Alien, C. W., 33 
Allen, H. L., 43 
Allen, J. S., 105, 110 
Allen, R., 127 
Allen, W. C, 90 
Allen. W. L.. 22 
Allendoerfer, R. D., 145 
Aller, L. H., 23 
Alley, E. G., 28, 36 
Allin. J. T., 139 
Allred, A. L., 33 
Altman. A., 164 
Altschul. S., 186 
Altstetter, C. J., 99 
Alvares, O. F., 176, 177 



Aly. A. A., 69 
Amador, L. V., 173, 177 
Amato, J. J., 192 
Ambraseys, N. N., 40 
Ames, W. F., 146 
Amin, M., 38 
Amon, Rene, 141 
Andersen, F. L.. 134, 135, 136 
Andersen, R., 117 
Anderson, A. C., 105 
Anderson, A. W., 182 
Anderson, D., 98 
Anderson, D. V., 76 
Anderson, E. F., 51 
Anderson, E. G., 183 
Anderson, E. M., 58 
Anderson, J. D.,113 
Anderson, J. J. B.. 132 
Anderson, J. M., 28 
Anderson, L. C., 137 
Anderson, Louise, 142 
Anderson, R. C., 51 
Anderson, T. F., T(> 
Anderson, T. H., 57 
Anderson, T. O., 164, 165, 167, 

168 
Anderson, W. G., 131 
Anderson, W. L., 14 
Anderson, W. P., 36 
Andersson, A., 60 
Andrews, H. N., 25 
Andrus, D. G., 101 
Ang, A. H.-S., 38, 40 
Angerer, J. D., 36 
Angle. P. M., 152 
Anner. G. E., 45 
Ansfield, F. J., 195 
Anson, B. J., 195 
Anspach, Karlyne A., 83 
Anton, T. J., 80 
Antonsen, E., 78 
Aoki, T., 193, 196 
Appel, K. I.. 92 
Applebaum, W., 81 
Applebee, R. K., 65 
Appleby. A. P., 14 
Applequist, D. E., 28 
Apter, Tulia T., 146, 192, 195 
Aram. H., 163, 191 
Arcilla, R. A., 179, 180 
Archambault, G. F., 184 
Archibald, A. R., 132 
Archibald, M., 110 
Arehart, L. A., 12, 20 
Arenberg, C. A., 153 
Arens, J. F.. 108 
Argoudelis, C. J., 12, 73 
Arimura. G. K., 172 
Arlen. M., 193 
Arlt. C. T.. (>1 
Armbrust, E. J.. 11 
Armstrong, C. P., 96 
Armstrong, D. J., 32 
Armstrong, Marianne, 51 
Arnstein, W. L., 81 
Arora, S. P., 18, 19, 136 
Arsenis, C., 161 
Arteman, R. L., 26 
Arzbaecher, R., 142, 152, 159, 

185 
Asaron, €., 179 
Asbun, W., 161 
Ascoli, G., 106, 107, 108, 109. 

110, 111 
Aseron, C., 173 
Ash. Carol, 92 
Ash. P., 156 
Ashby, W. R.. 60 
Ashcraft, N. €., 58 
Ashenfelter, J. W., 51, 56 



Aspnes, D. E., 108 
Atac, M., 107 
Atkin, J. M., 51 
Atlas, A., 41, 130 
Atsaides, S. P., 139 
Atterbury, R. A., 176 
Atwood, J. L., 35, 36 
Atvvood, K. C., 97 
Auer, Emma, 43 
Auld, H. E., 40 
Ault, Marian, 118, 121 
Aust, S. D., 47 
Austin, J. H., 38, 39 
Avey, H. P., 173 
Avis, K. E., 185 
Axford, R. A., 102 
Ayala, G. F.. 130 
Aylsworth, J. Q., 84 

Babakhanian, A., 92 

Babb, D. S., 60 

Bacani, R. A., 170, 180 

Bach, F. H., 160 

Bach, G. L., 164, 165, 167, 168 

Bachrach, R. Z., 106 

Baddiley, J., 48, 132 

Bader, K., 164 

Bader, K. F., 192, 193 

Badiali, L., 132, 133 

Baer, Jean H., 156 

Baerwald, J. E., 39 

Bahget, A. G., 40 

Bahn, A. N., 161 

Bailar, J. €., Jr., 28 

Bailey, L. J., 58 

Bailey, O. T., 173 

Baittle, B.. 187 

Baittle, M., 189, 190 

Baker, €., 99 

Baker, C. B., 7. 9 

Baker, C. L.. 92 

Baker, D. H., 17, 19. 21 

Baker, R. D., IS, 21 

Baker, R. J., 190, 191, 192, 197 

Bakry, N., 69 

Balagot, R. €., 192, 193 

Balaty, J., 175 

Baldino. P. A., Jr., 58 

Baldridge, B.. 118 

Balduf. W. v., 69 

Baldwin. E. D., 9 

Baldwin, F. N., 89 

Baldwin, I. L., 9 

Baldwin, J. E., 31, 34 

Baldwin, J. M., 36 

Balis, J. U., 196 

Ballinger, J. S., 101 

Balmain, K. G., 62 

Baiter, A. L.. 58 

Bandelin, Valerie R., 192, 193 

Banerjee, A. C., 11 

Banerji. S. K., 39 

Bangerter, B. W., 144 

Bank, S. B., 92 

Banks, E. M., 138 

Banna, N. R., 184 

Bannatyne, A. D., 70 

Bannon, J.. 124 

Baranger. ^I., 155 

Barban, A. M., 6 

Bardack, D., 142 

Bardeen, J., 106 

Bareis, C. J.. 21 

Barengoltz, J. B., 106 

Barghusen. H. R., 160 

Barglow, P., 190 

Barker, W. L., 171 

Barlow, G. W., 160 

Barnes. G. H., 45 

Barnett, J. H., 34 



199 



200 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Barnett, L. B., 140 
Barnothy, J. M., 182 
Barnothy, Madeleine F., 182 
Barrekette, E. S., 60 
Barrett, H. C, 83, 84, 86 
Barriga, O. O., 132 
Bartholomaus, R. C, 31 
Bartlett, H. C, 144 
Bartlett, J. H., 106 
Bartlett, R. W., 7 
Bartolotti, L. J., 31 
Bartram, R. H., Ill 
Bartsch, J., 109 
Baskin, Y., 156 
Bassan, F., 74 
Bassie, V L., 26, 49 
Batchelder, D. N., Ill 
Batemen, J. J., 43 
Bates, C. P., 63 
Bates, J. L., 81 
Batley, G. E., 28 
Battaglia, F. C, 181 
Battifora, H. A., 169, 173, 179 
Bauer, L., 182, 183 
Baum, B. H., 144 
Bautn, D. C, 88 
Baum, M. D.. 183 
Baumhoff, M. A., 141 
Baumrucker, G. O., 193 
Baur, \V. H., ISO 
Baxter, R., 24 
Bayley, R. B., 44 
Baylis, B. W., 36 
Baym, G., 106 
Baym, Nina Z., 65 
Bazzaz, F. A., 24, 25 
Beach, D. R., 121 
Beak, P. A., 28 
Beall, E. F., 156 
Beals. R., 28 
Beam, G. D., 156 
Beamer, P. D., 132, 133 
Beams, F. A., 6 
Beaney, W. D., 24 
Beard, C. I., 155 
Beare, S. D., 34 
Beattie, J. K., 28, 32 
Beatty, R. A., 174 
Beaty, H. H., 10 
Beavers, A. H., 12, 14 
Beck, G. P., 61, 102 
Beck, P. A., 99, 100 
Becka, D., 174 
Becker, D. E., 17, 19, 21 
Becker, P., 171 
Becker, H. N., 132, 135 
Becker, W. C, 51 
Becktel, J. M., 165, 187 
Bedford, N. M., 5, 26 
Bednarski, T. M., 32 
Beers, R. F., Jr., 171 
Beevers, L., 84, 86 
Behague, G. H., 100 
Behrens, J. H., 19 
Behrman, R. E., 180 
Beinert, H., 31 
Beiser, Helen R., 187 
Bejnarowicz, Ehvina A., 183 
Belford, R. L., 28, 34 
Bell, C. L., 182, 183 
Bell, J., 184 

Belleni-Morante, A., 106 
Belytschko, T., 153 
Bemis, W. P., 85 
Benfield, M. W., Jr., 88 
Bennett, Josephine VV., 147 
Bennett, S. B., 66 
Ben-Porath, Edna, 173 
Ben-Porath, M., 168 
Bensadoun, A., 19 
Benson, R. L., 129 
Bentley, D. VV., 165 
Bentley, O. G., 12 
Bently, D. V^., 172 



Berdahl, C. A., 116 

Bereiter, C, 55 

Berg, C. R., 163 

Berg, I. D., 92, 94, 95 

Berg, M., 165 

Bergeron, C. G., 28 

Bergin, J. E., 168 

Bergin, T. G., 103 

Bergman, J. G., 95 

Berkowitz, S., 163 

Berkson, B. M., 26 

Berkson, G. B., 156 

Berman, B., 159 

Berman, E., 161 

Berman, L. A., 159 

Bernard, H. R., 22 

Bernard, P. P., 81 

Bernard, R. L., 12, 13, 16, 115 

Berndt, B. C., 92 

Berner, W. S., 90 

Bernett, W. A., 28 

Berninger, L. M., 84 

Bernstein, H.. 187, 189 

Bernstein, L. M., 165 

Bernstein, S., 155 

Berrafato, P. R., 155 

Berry, J., 162 

Berry, L. E., 66 

Berryman, G. H., 165 

Bersted, B., 28, 34 

Bertram, E. F., 29 

Bessinger, H. E., 171 

Best, W. R., 165 

Betts, Madeleine E., 75 

Bezkorovainy, A., 161 

Bialecke, E. P., 62, 63 

Bianchini, A. C., 130 

Biava, C., 193, 195 

Bicoff, P., 181, 182 

Bienenstock, A., 112 

Bieniarz, J., 160 

Bier, J. A., 75 

Bijou, S. \\., 118, 121 

Bilek, A. J., 145 

Bilello, J. C., 99 

Billet, J., 35, 36 

Billiar, D. E., 147 

Bilokur, B., 125 

Bilow, G. B., 100 

Bilson, M., 101 

Bines, J. A., 47 

Binkerd, G. W., 101 

Binkley, S. B., 161, 162 

Birkemoe, Diane S., 128 

Birnbaum, E. R., 33, 36 

Birnbaum, H. K., 99 

Bishop, D. H. L., 98 

Bishop, R. L., 92, 93 

Bitzer, D. L., 47, 60 

Bjorkman, N., 175 

Black, L. M., 24 

Black, R. F., 77 

Black, R. L., 26 

Blackburn, D. A., 109 

Blackstone, E. H., 179, 180 

Blaine, W. M., 84 

Blair, D. E., 93 

Blair, G. M., 52, 56 

Blair, L. M., 34, 36 

Blake, D. B., 76 

Blake, M. I., 183, 184, 185 

Blankenbecler, R., Ill 

Blaylock, W. C, 127 

Blazek, W. V., 165 

Blecher, M., 112 

Blendis, L. M., 193 

Blewitt, T. H., 153 

Bleyman, L. K., 139 

Bleyman, M., 99 

Bliss, Rachel, 174 

Blizard, E. P., 102 

Blodgett, J. A., 107, 112 

Blom, J., 168 

Blood, M. R., 120, 121, 123 



Bloom, H. H., 169 

Bloome, M. A., 175 

Bloomfield, V. A., 28 

Blossey, D. F., 108 

Bluhm, L., 7Z 

]?lum, Eleanor, 89 

Blum, I. D., 147 

Blumberg, M. B., 165 

Blumson, N. L., 48, 132 

Bobco, R. P., 97 

Bock, R. D., 188 

Boddie, J., 104 

Boden, N., 31 

Bodmer, A. R., 155 

Boesebeck, K., 109 

Boettler, J. L., 46 

Bogartz, R. S., 118 

Bogdonoff, M. L., 190 

Boggess, W. R., 73, 74 

Boguta, J. J., 112 

Bohan, T. L., 106, 111, 112 

Bohannan, Laura A., 141 

Bohannan, P., 141 

Bohmer, H., 45, 47 

Bohn, E. M., 102, 103 

Bohrer, R. E., 93 

Bolewicz, B. M., 173 

Bolles, T. F., 30 

Bolli, H. M., 77 

]5oloyan, D. S., 141 

Bolsen, K. K., 18, 19 

Bolt, Mary G., 20 

Bolton, R. L., 28 

Bombeck, C. T., 193, 195, 196 

Bond, C. E., 6 

Bone, L. E., 90 

Bonfils, S., 196 

Bonham, J., 28 

Boone, L. V., 13, 16 

Boone, W. W., 93 

Booyse, F. M., 162 

Borders, J. A., 112 

Bordua, D. J., 126 

Boresi, A. P., 130 

Borst, D. C., 140 

Bortoff, A., 114 

Borum, D. E., 116 

Bose, S., 184 

Boshes, L. D., 174 

Boswell, J., 167 

Bottoms, G., 55 

Boudreaux, J. E., 77 

Bourassa, R. R., 109 

Bourquin, J. J., 64 

Bowden, P., 99 

Bowen, Barbara C., 74 

Bowen, K. A., 96 

Bowen, M. E., 122 

Bowen, V. E., 74 

Bowhill, S. A., 60 

Boyd, E., 184 

Boyer, J. H., 144 

Boyer, J. S., 13, 24 

Boyle, J. T. A., 32 

Boynton, P. E., 156 

Bradlev, J. D., 10 

Bradshaw, W. S., 36 

Braids, O. C., 13, 14, 15, 16 

Brake, C. M., 170 

Bramante, P. O., 185 

Brandis, R., 49 

Brandt, R. C, 106 

Braudo, J. L., 180 

Braun, Lucille V., 156 

Braun, T. W., 190, 191 

Bray, D. J., 17 

Bredberg, G. M., 60 

Breeding, K. J., 64 

Breedlove, D. E., 25 

Breidenstein, B. C, 20, 21, 137 

Breitmeyer, R. G., 123 

Bremer, B. E., 19 

Bremner, Lucille, 127 

Brems, H. J., 49 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 201 



Brendel, T. H., 191 
Brewer, J. M., 35 
Urichford, M. J., 89 
Briggs, D. R., 89 
Brinegar, G. K., 7, 12 
Brinen, R., 171 
Bristol, Evelyn C, 124 
Britton, M. P., 114 
Brixey, A. M., 165 
Broadbent, A., 69 
Brodie, B. O., 132, 133, 134, 

137 
Brodine, C. E., 195 
Brodkey, J. S., 142, 152, 159, 

185 
Broersma, D. B., 11 
Broghamer, E. L., 75 
Brom, G., 186 
Bromels, E., 36 
Bronsky, D., 165. 182 
Brooks, R. D., 128, 129 
Broquist, H. P., 34, 47 
Brostoff, J., 165 
Brotherson, D. E., 125 
Broudy, H. S., 52 
Brown, B. L., 80 
Brown, D. A., 89 
Brown, D. G., 30 
Brown, E. F., 97 
Brown, E. H., 139 
Brown, F. C, 106 
Brown, J. S., 156 
Brown, M. G., 186 
Brown, N. B., 90 
Brown, R. E., 18, 47 
Brown, R. M., 45 
Brown, S. D., 81 
Brown, T. H., 144 
Brown, T. L., 29 
Browne, D. T., 32, 36 
Browning, E. T., 184 
Browning, P. M., Jr., 147 
Bruce, \V. N., 11 
Bruhn, J. G., 170 
Bruning, J. H., 62 
Brunngraber, E. G., 161 
Bruns, P. D.. 181 
Brussel, M. K., 106, 112 
Bryan, W. R., 67 
Bryant, M. P., 47, 99 
Bryant, R. E., 163 
Brynjolfsson. K. L., 58 
Bucheleres, H. G., 181, 182 
Buchholz, A. C., 34 
Buchner, Barbara B., 172 
Buchsbaum, R., 150 
Buckner, B. K., 167 
Buddenbaum, W. E., 36 
Buechler, 166 
Buechner, J. C., 156 
Buetow, D. E., 113 
Buffa, J. H., 106 
Buhse, H. E.. 142 
Bull, L. S., 19 
Bulnheim, H. P., 138 
Bultman, E. H., Jr., 42 
Burchell, R. C, 160, 174, 175 
Burchill, \V., 102 
Burd, J. W., 62 
Burden, J. J., 194 
Burford, J. R., 15 
Burgheimer, Yvonne F., 83 
Burke, C. R., 47 
Burke, J. E., 155 
Burkhard, Marianne, 78 
Burkhart, T. E., 131 
Burkholder, D. L., 93 
Burlakow, P., 176, 180 
Burlingame, T. G., 34 
Burnett, J. R., 52 
Burnett, Jacquetta H., 52 
Burns, K., 128 
Burrows, W. J., 32 



Burstein, A. G., 187 
Burton, J. H., 19 
Burton, J. J., 106 
Buschmann, R. J., 114 
Buso, E., 185 
Butcher, J. H., 118 
Butler, B. J., 10, 11, 14 
Butler, H., 16, 24 
Butler, J. D., 84, 85 
Butler, R. G., 10 
Butter, C. M., 38 
Butter worth, D. S., 21 
Butturff, D. R., 68 
Butzer, K. W., 141 
Bvers, A. H., 58 
B'yg, D. M., 10 

Cady, A. B., 169 
Cagley, C. E., 9 
Cahn, J. H., 23, 60 
Cain, W. A., 160 
Cairns, S. S., 93 
Calarco, Patricia G., 24, 139 
Caldeyro-Barcia, R., 160 
Caldwell. R. C, 168, 193 
Caletti, E., 136, 138 
Callaghan, R., 194 
Callahan, B. S., 156 
Callahan, D. H., 194 
Callahan, J. P., 131 
Cameron, I. L., 142 
Cammock, E. E., 196 
Campbell, F. K., 58 
Campbell, J. A., 142, 172 
Campbell, J. J., 66 
Campbell, L. L., 98 
Campbell, M. F., 73 
Campbell, Priscilla A., 123 
Canares, P., 116 
Canepa, P. C, 156 
Cannon. J. P., 41 
Cantrill, H. L., 34 
Capart, J., 31 

Capps, Mary Jayne, 59, 60 
Capps, R. B., 168 
Carbonneau, M. C, 84, 85 
Cardenas, J., 16 
Cardoso, A., 14 
Carey, J. S., 197 
Carey, J. W., 87 
Carey, M.. 119 
Carey, R. C, 58 
Carleton, R. A., 165 
Carley, C, 26 
Carley, T. G., 130 
Carlin, H. S., 164, 183, 184, 

185 
Carlin, R. L., 144 
Carlson, A. R., 123 
Carlson, D. E., 130 
Carlson, J. R., 112 
Carlson, R. J., 79 
Carlston, K. S., 88 
Carmer, S. G., 13, 14, 85 
Carmichael, D. R., 6 
Carmichael, H. T., 187 
Carney, A. L., 194, 195, 196 
Carney, J. H., 36 
Carnow, B. W., 186 
Carothers, Z. B., 24 
Carozzi, A. V., 76 
Carpenter, C, 161 
Carpenter, D. \V., Ill 
Carpenter, W. J., 84 
Carr, I. R., 181 
Carroll, P., 147 
Carss. B., 57 
Carter, H., 85 
Carter, H. E., 29 
Carter, J. C, 115 
Carter, J. L., 76 
Carter, R. L.. 42 
Carton, R. W., 165 
Cartwright, Rosalind D., 187 



Carver, Fred D., 52 

Casasent, D., 44, 45 

Case, C. M., 76 

Case, L. F., 168 

Case, M. T.. 132, 133, 134, 

137, 138 
Cash, J. G., 48 
Cassidy, H. T., 51 
Castle, P., 54 
Gate, H. A., 12, 20 
Catena, A., 99 
Catlin, J. C, 35 
Caton, C. E., 103 
Cattell, R. B., 118, 119 
Censor. D., 152 
Century, B., 161 
Cerchio, G. M., 165 
Cescas, M. P., 16, 17 
Chadbourn, R. A.. 52 
Chakrabarty. A. M.. 31 
Chakrabarty, K., 17, 20 
Chalfant, J. C. 70 
Chamberlain, D. W., 115 
Chamberlin, D. W., 12 
Chamot, D., 34 
Chan, S. I., 144 
Chan, S.-K., 131 
Chandler, G., 106, 107, 110 
Chandler, H. S., 103 
Chandra, S., 154 
Chang, A. Y., 25, 26, 29 
Chang, G. C, 38 
Chang, J., 45, 47 
Chang, L., 25 
Chang, Ming-Chu, 54 
Chanock, R. M., 169 
Chao, B.-T., 96 
Chao, K. L., 162 
Chao, Lucy L., 6 
Chapman, C. A., 76 
Charsombuti, P., 9 
Charvat, J., 54, 192 
Chato, J. C, 96, 97 
Chau, C.-K., 112 
Chaudhuri, M., 38, 39 
Cheema, L. S., 96 
Cheifetz, D. I., 187 
Chemers, M. M., 123 
Chen, C.-L, 46 
Chen, K.-T., 93 
Chen, W. F., 65 
Chen, W. K., 46 
Cheng. C.-c., 92 
Cherniack, N. S., 165, 170 
Cherrington, B. E., 60, 64 
Cherry, J. H., 24 
Chertow, B. S., 165 
Cheska, Alyce T., 105 
Chien, R. T., 45, 47, 60 
Chilton, A. B., 102 
Chiu, R.-J., 24 
Chiu, T.-L., 64 
Cho, A., 64 
Cho, C. M., 168 
Chomet, B., 179 
Chow, D. K.. 64 
Chow, J. C. F., 130, 146, 192 
Chow, V. T., 39 
Chow, W.-L., 96 
Chrisholm, J. C, 165 
Chrisman, B., 107 
Christ, Miriam, 179 
Chu, M. C, 84, 85, 86 
Chu, M. W. S., 145 
Chu, S.-f., 51 
Chu, S.-K., 33 
Chu, S. L., 153 
Chuea, E.. 171 
Chung, C. L., 100 
Chung. P. M., 146 
Claborn, L., 93 
Clark, Carol W., 73 
Clark, G. M., 70 
Clark, H. M., 100 



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Clark, J. G., 165 
Clark, J. M., Jr., 25, 26, 29 
Clark, M. E., 130, 146 
Clarke, R. G., 23 
Clausen, J., 188 
Claybrook, J. R., 98 
Cleary, R. M., 107 
Clem, W. H., 164 
Clemis, J. D., 191 
Clifton, C. C, 118 
Clifton, R. J., 154 
Clore, G. L., 118 
Cmarik, G. F., 18, 19, 135, 138 
Coates, D. E., 103 
Coates, R. M., 29 
Cochran, D., 84 
Cochrun, I., 27 
Cockerham, L. W., 129 
Coffman, W. J., 20, 137 
Cogley, A. C, 146 
Cohen, A. L., 98 
Cohen, A. O., 33, 36 
Cohen, E. H., 170 
Cohen, J., 118 
Cohen, J. A., 112 
Cohen, J. B., 26 
Cohen, L., 176 
Cohen, L. S., 32 
Cohen, Mary B., 68 
Cohen, P., 188 
Cohen, S., 52 
Cohen, S., 168 
Cohen, S. P., 116 
Cohn, R. G., 88 
Cohon, M., 162 
Cole, E. R., 161 
Cole, R. E., 88, 127 
Coleman, M. G., 100 
Coleman, P. D., 60 
Colldeweih, J. H., 44 
Collins, F. I., 12, 13 
Collins, J. F., 119 
Collinson, C. W., 76 
Comar, C. L., 132 
Compton, W. D., 45, 107 
Conant, R. C, 64, 152 
Condon, R. E., 193, 195 
Condon, R. J., 18, 19 
Conger, A. J., 123 
Conger, Judith C, 123 
Conlee, J. W., 68 
Conley, J. A^ 147 
Conrad, H. E., 29 
Conrad, M. E., 168 
Conrad, P. W., 196 
Conroy, J. D., 133, 138 
Considine, R. G., 143 
Converse, J. C, 10 
Conway, A. M., 160 
Conway, T. T., 182 
Coogan, P., 179 
Cook, B., 18, 20, 21 
Cook, C. W., 19 
Cook, Doris M., 57 
Cooke, A. R., 112 
Cooke, B. E., 105 
Cooke, D. M., 145 
Cooke, R., 31, 107 
Coombs, F. A., 82 
Coombs, F. S., 117 
Coon, M. D., 36 
Coon, R. F., 78 
Cooper, M. D., 160 
Copack, P., 178 
Coppersmith, S., 163 
Corbett, J. W., 96 
Corbin, P. L., 131 
Cording, E. J., 39 
Cordos, E., 33 
Corley, R. N., 26 
Corliss, J. O., 142 
Corliss, R. L., 103 
Cornblath, M., 162, 182, 196, 
197 



Corrigan, J. J., 182 
Corrol, V. A., 104 
Cortright, R. W., 54 
Cosmas, F., 171 
Costea, N. V., 166, 167, 171, 

179 
Costello, G. A., 130 
Costello, M. P., 66 
Costin, F., 119 
Costin, Lela B., 126 
Cotsonas, N. J., Jr., 165 
Couch, D. R., 78 
Couch, E., n 
Courson, R. L., 53 
Courter, J. W., 84, 85, 86 
Courtin, G. M., 26 
Coverdale, C. E., 35 
Coviello, D. A., 183 
Cowan, B. M., 42 
Cowan, D., 31 
Cowen, E. L., 121 
Cowen, J., 189, 190 
Cowes, H. W., 127 
Cox, C. B., 52, 54 
Cox, D. L., 17 
Cox, H. W., 136 
Cox, J. L., 17, 19, 21 
Cox, W. D., 196 
Coyne, Peggy, 121 
Craford, M. G., 62 
Craggs, R. F., 93 
Craig, G. D., 51 
Grain, R. L., 156 
Cram, D. J., 31 
Cramer, R. E., 30 
Crane, F. A., 183, 184 
Crawley, H. B., 106, 107, 109, 

110 
Creaser, J. W., 152, 159 
Creese, W. L., 22 
Crespi, H. L., 184, 185 
Crespi, Muriel K., 22 
Creswell, W. H., Jr., 80 
Cribbet, J. E., 88 
Criegee, L., 155 
Crisp, R. D., 66 
Crockett, Barbara A., 101 
Cronen, V. E., 128 
Crosby, W. H., 168 
Cross, A. G., 27 
Cross, C, 14 
Crouch, H. R., Jr., 108 
Crouch, R. J., 36 
Crouch, S. R., 33 
Crowley, J. M., 61 
Crummey, R. O., 66 
Cruz, A., 167 
Cruz, J. B., Jr., 61, 62, 63 
Cugell, D. W., 168 
Culbert, J. R., 84 
Cummings, R. W., 49 
Cunningham, Carol C, 31, 36 
Cunningham, D. J., 51 
Cunningham, H. B., 11 
Cunningham, M. P., 193, 197 
Cureton, T. K., 104 
Curley, D., 66 
Currie, L. J., 141 
Curtin, D. Y., 29 
Curtin, J. W., 192, 193 
Curtin, W. M., 66 
Curtis, B. R., 105 
Curtis, J. O., 10 
Curtis, P. E., 13, 15, 17 
Cutaia, A. J., 73 
Cutshall, A., 149 
Cutter, J. A., 192 
Cypess, Sandra M., 128 
Czarny, D., 165 
Czyzak, S. J., 23 

Daftary, D. K., 176 
Dagley, S., 36 
Dahl, E. v., 167 



Dakshinamurti, K., 20 
Dalbey, Marcia A., 68 
Dalessandro, VV., 195 
D'Alessio, D. J., 167 
Dal Nogare, S., 32 
Damarin, F. L., Jr., 118 
D'Amodio, M. D., 180 
Daniel, I. M., 131 
Daniel, Violet, 98 
Daniloff, R. G., 38, 128, 129 
Danyluk, S. S., 183 
Dapkus, P. D., (,2 
Darensbourg, D. J., 29, 36 
Darrag, I. E. A., 116 
Das, M., 24, 25 
Das, T. P., 156 
Das Gupta, T. K., 193 
Daskal, J. L., 174 
Das Sarma, B., 28 
David, G. S., 99 
David, M. H., 50 
Davidson, E. H., 66 
Davidson, E. S., 46, 64 
Davies, K. T. R., 155 
Davis, D., 31 
Davis, E. R., 128 
Davis, J. D., 96, 156 
Davis, J. H., 119 
Davis, L. C, 107 
Davis, M. L., 42 
Davis, Rene V., 119 
Davis, S., 104 
Davis, V. W., 10 
Davison, V., 167 
Davisson, M. T., 39, 40 
Dawe, D. L., 135, 136, 138 
Dawn, C. E., 81 
Dawson, P. S., 139 
Day, D. L., 10 
Day, G. W., 61 
Day, M. M., 93 
Day, W. A., 34 
Dayton, D. F., 84 
Deal, C. W., 90 
Dean, R., 152, 185 
Dean, W. F., 21 
DeBenedetti, C. L., 82 
DeBerry, P., 167 
Debrunner, P., 31, 107 
Decker, G. C, 11 
DeCloux, R. J., 179 
Deegan, R. A., 107 
Deere, D. U., 39 
Dees, J. S., 68 
DeFries, J. C, 123 
Degenhart, T., 97 
De Guzman, S., 171 
Deinhardt, F., 167, 172, 180 
Dekirmenjian, H., 187, 189 
de Klerk, H., 30 
deKok, A., 35 
De La Motte, E., 100 
Delaney, D. J., 52 
de Lannoy, C. W., 181 
Delhees, K. H., 118, 119 
Deligiorgis, S. G., 27 
De Mar, R. E., 150 
DeMoss, R. D., 98 
Dempsey, B. J., 39, 42 
Demules, J., 130 
Dennis, J., 162 
Dennis, J. R., 58 
Denny, T., 52, 56 
Denzin, N. K., 126 
Deo, N., 46 

De Pasquali, G., 30, 107 
de Peyster, F. A., 193 
DePinto, J. A., 98 
Derber, M., 87 
Derbyshire, A. J., 178, 179 
Derbyshire, W., 31 
Derecho, A. T., 41 
Dermer, M., 156 
Derr, E. S., 101 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 203 



Desai, K., 164 
Deskins, J. W., 5 
Devetski, R. L., 165 
Devlin, T. J., 156 
deWaard, H., 110 
DeWald, R., 164, 177 
Dewet, J. M. J., 13, 14 
Dharmadhikari, 94 
Dhindsa, D. S., 18 
Dhindsa, R. K., 127 
Diamond, H. G., 93 
Dick, R. I., 13, 14, 15, 39 
Dickel, Helene R., 23 
Dickel, J. R., 23 
Dickey, R. I., 5 
Dickie, G. T., 155 
Dickinson, D. B., 84, 85 
Diefallah, E.-H. M., 36 
Dieter, O. A., 128 
Dieter, R. A., 196 
Dieterle, B. D., 108 
Diffenbaugh, W. G., 193 
Diggs, B. J., 103 
Dijkerman, J. D., 15 
Diliberto, M., 58 
Dill, H. J., 79 
Diller, E. R., 17 
Dillon, J. E., 13, 16 
DiLuzio, N. R., 186 
Dimick, R. C, 97 
Dimopoulos, H. G., 32, 36 
Dines, M. B., 34, 36 
Dinusson, W. E., 19 
Dinwoodie, Adelaide, 156 
Disque, D. F., 133 
Djorup, F. M., 92 
Doane, B. B., 18, 19 
Dobrovolny, J. S., 75, 153 
Dobryszycka, W., 194, 195, 196 
Doctor, R. M., 123 
Dohrmann, G. J., 170 
Dolan, J. C, 68 
Dolan, T. J., 130 
Doll, C. C., 84, 86 
Doll, J. D., 14 
Dollinger, M. B., 96 
Dollins, C. €., 100 
Domagala, R. F., 153 
Dombchik, S. A., 33 
Domenico, P. A., 76 
Dominowski, R. L., 156 
Donagan, A. H., 103 
Donaldson, B. K., 7 
Donaldson, B. R., 134, 138 
Donath, F. A., 77 
Donchin, E., 119 
Doob, J. L., 93 
Dorner, J. L., 133, 135, 138 
Dornhoff, L. L., 93 
Doshi, P. K., 63, 102, 103 
Dougherty, R. M., 91 
Douglas, B. L., 163, 176 
Douglas, G. H., 66. 104 
Douglas, L. Julia. 48, 132 
Douthart, R. J., 29. 36 
Dovring, F., 7 
Dowling, H. F., 166 
Downey, H. F., 113, 114, 133 
Downs, R. B., 90 
Doyama, M., 109 
Doyle, J. M., 153, 159 
Drablos, C. J. W., 10, 15 
Drago, R. S., 29 
Draine, E. H., 149 
Drake, A., 179 
Dray, S., 172, 173 
Dremuk, R., 6 
Drew, F. P., 41. 42 
Drickamer, H. G.. 30, 107, 108 
Driessen, G. J., 178 
Drucker, D. C, 65 
Drury, R. E., 84, 85 
Drye, R. C, 187 
Dubin, A., 161, 171 



Dubowski, K., 169 

Du Brul, E. L., 176 

Dudycha, A. L., 122 

Due, J. F., 49 

Due, Jean M., 7 

Duffy, J. P., 167, 171, 172 

Dugre, D. H., 36 

Duke, C. B., 107 

Dulany, D. E., 119 

Dumford, S. W., 15, 17, 24 

Duncan, R. C., 192 

Dundas, O. Judith, 66 

Dundurs, J., 131, 141 

Dunea, G., 161, 166, 170, 171 

Dunea, K., 169 

Dunlop, H., 188 

Dunn, F., 61 

Dunn, H. E., 35 

Dunn, S. W., 6 

Dunne, W., 153 

Dunphy, E. J., 14 

Dunsing, Marilyn M., 83 

Durand, D. A., 32 

Durant, A. J., Jr., 70 

Durkin, Dolores, 52 

Dus, K. M., 30 . 

Dussinger, J. A., 66 

Dust, P. €., 68 

Dwinger, P., 154 

Dy, K. S.. 107, 110 

Dye, W. S., 193, 194, 195 

Dziuk, P. J., 18, 21, 48 

Eagan, R. T., 28 
Eargle, D. H., Jr., 144 
Eartley, D. P., 155, 156 
Easley, J. A., Jr., 52, 57 
Eastman, L. E., 81 
Eber, H. W., 118, 119 
Ebner, C., 106 
Ebroon, E., 195, 196 
Eckert, C. A., 30 
Eckert, E. R. G.. 146 
Eckert, W. J., 131 
Eckner, F. A. O., 179, 180 
Eckstein, S., 156 
Ed-Din, M. K., 42 
Edelman, G. M., 33 
Edelstein, A. S., 155 
Edie, Carolyn A., 151 
Ediger, A. J., 195 
Edman, Marjorie, 18 
Edman, R., 141 
Edwards, D. I., 115, 116 
Edwards, E. A., 167 
Eggert, D. A., 143, 144 
Ehret, T. K., 68 
Ehrlich, Danuta, 187 
Ehrlich, G., 99 
Eichelberger, C. M., 116 
Eikhom, T. S., 98 
Filers, R. E., 96 
Eilrich, G. L., 13, 17 
Eipe, J., 165 
Eisenstein, B. I., 106, 107, lOS 

109, 110 
Eisenstein, L., 105, 110 
Eisenstein, R., 162, 177, 179 
Eisinger, J., 32 
Ekstrand, B. R., 156 
El Assar, R. J., 96, 97 
Elder, H. L., 58 
Elders, W. A., 150 
Ellenby, J., 193 
Ellis, M. J., 104, 105, 124 
El Saffar, Ruth S., 156 
Elsaid, H. H., 72 
El-Salem, A. W., 72 
Elstein, A. S., 190 
Elwert, B. E., 145 
El-Zabri, I. T., 9 
Elzam, O. E., 85 
El-Zein, A., 135, 136, 138 
Emiliani, C, 77 



Endler, N. S., 53, 120 
Engel, M. B., 173, 177, 183 
Engelbrecht, R. S., 38, 39 
Engelmann, J. H., 29 
Engelmann, S. E., 52 
Engelmann, Therese, 52 
Engle, R. G., 128 
Engstom, H., 60 
Enriquez, A. C., 42 
Epley, J. D., 29 
Epley, T. D., 30, 36 
Eppright, Ercel S., 83 
Epstein, A. S., 62 
Eriksen, C. W., 119 
Erin, T., 61 
Erkes, J. VV., 23 
Erlenmeyer-Kimling, L., 120 
Ernst, E. W., 61 
Erwin, B. G., 132, 133, 134, 

137 
Escarcena, L., 160 
Eshchar, V. R., 171 
Evans, H. M., 58 
Evans, J. A., 182 
Evans, J. F., 12, 44 
Evans, R., 57 
Evans, R. H., 179 
Evaristo, E., 171 
Everitt, W. L., 23, 65 
Everly, J. C, 12, 44 
Everson, T. C, 193 
Evertts, Eldonna L., 52 
Ewbank, D. R., 68 
Ewing, B. B., 39, 50 
Ey, R. C, 175 
Eyman, D. P., 30 

Faber, L. P., 191, 194, 195, 197 

Fabian, 94 

Faccioli, E., 38, 42 

Faiman, D., 108 

Faiman, M., 44, 45 

Fairbanks, R. P., 79 

Falk, R. H., 26 

Fanning, J. €., 30 

Farber, B., 126 

Farber, I. E., 156 

Farlin, S. D., 18, 19, 47 

Farlow, Helen S., 131 

Farnham, W. D., 81 

Farrell, M., 70 

Farrell, R. L., 180 

Faudree, R. J., Jr., 93 

Faura, J., 166 

Faust, G. W., 51 

Fawcett, Jan, 187, 189 

Feder, S., 154 

Fedorkiw, J. P., 42 

Fehrenbacher, J. B., 12, 13, 14, 

15, 16 
Feigin, I., 173 
Feigl, F. J., Ill 
Fein, M. E., 60, 64 
Feinberg, H., 184 
Feinberg, W., 53 
Feinstein, I. K., 154 
Feldman, L. P., 153 
Feldman, Susan, 86 
Feldman, V. F., 175 
Feldt, M. K., 33 
Feldt, R. J., 35 
Fella, G. A., 80 
Fellmann, J. D., 75 
Fennessy, J. J., 166 
Fenves, S. J., 39 
Fenyes, V., 183 
Fenzl, R. N., 10 
Ferber, R., 50, 129, 130 
Ferguson, J. D., 152 
Ferrando, G., 20 
Ferrell, L. D., 17, 18 
Ferrell, R. A., 108 
Ferris, D. H., 132, 133, 136, 

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iT, G. W., 79 
:r, J. M., 42 
5r, J. S., 150 
:r, J. W., 96 
sr, L. A., 53, If 



Ferris, J. E., 152 
Ferris, M. H., 133 
Ferry, R. E., 58 
Fess, P. E., 5 
Fettig, L. P., 7, 12 
Ficenec, J. R., 45 
Fiedler, F. E., 119, 121 
Field, H., 178 
Fields, Beverly, 147 
Fields, T., 168 
Filson, D. P., 28 
Fine, M. E., 153 
Finney, Mildred I., 149 
Fiorella, Beverly J., 160 
Firebaugh, M., 106, 108, 111 
Fisch, M. H., 103 
Fischer, L. A., 9 
Fischer, R. L., 129 
Fishbein, M., 119 
Fisher, G. W., 79 
Fisher, 
Fisher, 
Fisher, 

Fisher, L. A., 53, 160 
Fisher, R. T., Jr., 81 
Fiske, D. W., 156 
Fitzgerald, M., 170 
Fitzgerald, P. R., 133 
Fitzgerald, R. J., 30, 36 
Flanagan, J. T., 66 
Flanagan, M. J., 194 
Flanders, D. P., 50 
Flarsheim, A., 187 
Flattum, R. F., 70 
Fleischer, S., 162 
Fletcher, S., 101 
Fletcher, T. L., 196 
Fley, Jo Ann, 53 
Fliegel, F. C, 7 
Flono, A. E., 80 
Fludas, J. P., 147 
Flygare, W. H., 30, 31 
Flynn, C. P., 107 
Flynn, C. S., 124 
Fogal, W. H., 70 
Fogel, S., 98, 99 
Foglesong, Rosalina S., 36 
Foglesong, W. D., Jr., 36 
Folk, H. W., 86 
Folkman, J., 167 
Forbes, R. M., 18 
Forbes, S. W., 71 
Forbes, W. C, ISO, 182 
Ford, W. T., 31 
Foreman, R. C, Jr., 44 
Forlano, R., 28 
Forman, E. N., 181 
Forsberg, J. H., 33, 36 
Forster, G., 187 
Forster, M. H., 127 
Forsyth, J. D., 27 
Fosdick, L. D., 44 
Fosler, G. M., 84, 85 
Fossum, R. M., 93 
Foster, G., 70 
Foster, K. A., 45 
Foster, P. D., 31 
Foundation, R. S., 41 
Fowler, C. F., 114 
Fowler, R., 162 
Fox, A. L., 168 
Fox, H. W., 73 
Fox, Hazel M., 83 
Fox, R. P., 92 
Fox, R. Z., 164 
Fox, S. F., 138 
Fox, T. A., 174 
Foxman, P., 119 
Fraenkel, G. S., 69 
Francis, G. K., 93 
Frank, Evelyn, 154 
Franke, W. H., 87 
Frankenberg, J. M., 26 
Franklin, S. L., 167 
Franks, D., 104 



Franks, B. D., 104 
Franks. E. B., 104 
Frascella, W. J., 93 
Eraser, A. F., 7 
Fraser, H. R., Jr., 131 
Fraser, J. G., 117 
Frauenfelder, H., 31, 107 
Frautschi, S., 109 
Farzee, C. J., 13, 15 
Frederking, R. M., 131 
Freeark, R. J., 190, 191, 192, 

197 
Freedman, P. E., 156 
Freeman, M., 172 
Freeman, R., 67 
Freeman, Susan T., 141 
Freeman, W. A., 144, 145 
Freese, E., 160 
Freilich, D. B., 176 
French, G. L., 175 
French, R. W., 144 
French, Ruth M., 160 
French, T. M., 189 
Frenkel, M., 175 
Frennesson, S. A., 32 
Fretzin, D., 164 
Freund, E. €., 44, 132 
Freund, L. B., 131 
Frey, J. R., 78 
Fried, W., 166, 168, 195 
Friederici, H. H. R., 179 
Friedland, Joan M., 36 
Friedman, E. A., 197 
Friedman, H., 164 
Friedman, P. A., 66 
Friedman, S., 69 
Friese, J., 179 
Friesen, D. K., 93 
Friis, H., 156 
Prints, P. J. A., 144 
Frisbie, B., 129 
Fritzin, D., 177 
Frost, S. H., 77 
Fruin, R. C., 166, 167 
Fry, Elizabeth K., 61 
Fry, F. J., 61 
Fry, W. J., 61 
Frye, J. C, 77 
Frye, M. Virginia, 124 
Fryer, Beth A., 83 
Fryman, L. R., 11, 48, 135 
Fu, P. Y., 6 
Fuhrmann, J. S., 5 
Fujita, Y., 6 
Fukade, A., 173 
Fukuto, T. R., 69 
Fulcher, C. E., 14 
Fulcher, J., 120 
Fuller, R. C, 142 
Fulton, R. B., 44 
Fung, S. C, 30 
Funston, N. E., 40 
Furtick, W. R., 14 

Gaddy, O. L., 61 
Gadlin, H., 156 
Gaer, M. C, 96 
Gahan, Linda C, 29, 36 
Gaides, G. E., 75 
Gain, B. R., 131 
Gaizutic, M., 170 
Galante, J. O., 177 
Gallagher, J. P., 131 
Galton, M. M., 135, 136 
Galvin, R. D., 113 
Gamez, R., 24 
Gammon, N. A., 96, 97 
Ganguli, B. N., 31 
Gandhi, J. M., 147 
Gantt, C. L., 166, 170 
Garbarino, M. S., 141 
Gardenas, J., 24 
Gardiner, R. A., 34, 47 
Gardner, D. M., 26 
Gardner, W. M., 21 



Garland, J., 155 

Garner, H. E., 133. 136, 137 

Garrell, M. H., 155 

Garret, M. R., 124 

Garrett, H. J., 153 

Garrett, W. J., 62 

Garrigus, U. S., 17, 18, 19, 47, 

136 
Garrison, S. A., 84, 85 
Garrison, W. L., 159 
Garron, D. C., 187 
Gartner, J. B., 84, 85 
Garvin, J. S., 174 
Gascho, G. J., 16 
Gasdorf, E., 113 
Gash, P., Ill 
Gass, D. M., 36 
Gates, R. H., 42 
Gayhart, R. B., 33 
Gaylord, C. N., 39 
Gaylord, E. H., 39 
Gear. C. W., 44 
Geary, P. T., 36 
Gedo, T. E., 187, 189, 190 
Geer, J., 121 
Geis, J. W., 73 
Geller, E., 120 
Gentry, Tames A., 71 
Geohegan, P. M., 68 
Gerardo, J. B., 64 
Gerbeck, C. M., 161 
Gerdemann, J. W., 115 
Gericke, \V., 183 
Gerk, A. P., 107 
Germano, F. A., 108 
Gerson, S. J., 176 
Gerstner, R. W., 141 
Gessaman, J. A., 140 
Gettman, R. A., 66 
Getz, L. L., 102 
Geyer, W. A., 73 
Ghent, A. W., 139 
Gibbons, B. D., 118 
Gibbons, R., 194 
Gibbs, Edna, 174 
Gibbs, F. A., 174 
Gibbs, T. J., 174 
Gibson, D. T., 98 
Gie, T. I., 109 
Gieselman, R. D., 26 
Gilbert, R. B., 7 
Gill, H. S., 116 
Gilles, S. E., 146 
Gillesby, W. J., 196 
Gillespie, J. F., 196 
Gillis, S. M., 51 
Gilman, J. J., 107 
Gilmore, A. R., 73, 74 
Gilmore. G. S., 87 
Ginsberg, D. M., 107 
Giovacchini, P. L., 187 
Giragos, H., 194, 197 
Gitler, S., 154 
Glad. Bettv, 117 
Glader, B.'E.. 185 
Gladney, F. Y., 124 
Glagov, S., 180 
Glass, H. D., 77 
Glasser, R. G., 105 
Glassman, S. F., 143 
Gleeson, T. C., 176 
Gleitman; H., 120, 121 
Gluss, B., 144 
Godolphin, B. W., 120 
Goland, P. P., 176, 182 
Gold, H., 193 
Goldberg, S. I., 92, 93 
Goldhor. H., 90 
Goldin, E. G., 183, 194 
Goldstein, L., 61, 63 
Goldstein, M. J.. 166 
Goldsworthy, P. D. 193, 196 
Goldwasser, E. L., 106, 107, 

109, 110, 111 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 205 



Gonzales, R. L., 61, 63 
Gonzalez-Cueto, D., 180 
Good, R. A., 160 
Goodall, L. E., 156 
Goodin, R. H., 144 
Goodisman, J., 31 
Goodman, W. I., 44, 132 
Goodpaster, W. W., 102 
Goodrich, M., 38, 39, 116 
Goon, D. J., 36 
Gopinathan, K. P., 78 
Gordon, G., 35 
Gordon, P., 161 
Gore, E. S., 31, 36 
Gorski, J., 113 
Gorstein, F., 169 
Gose, E. E., 142, 185 
Goss, Dorothy A., 83 
Gosser, L., 31 
Gossling^, J., 134, 135 
Gotoff, S. P., 181 
Gotshalk, D. W., 103 
Gottlieb, D., lis, 116 
Gottschalk, L., 151 
Goubau, G., 60 
Gould, G. W., 72 
Gove, S. K., 79 
Govindjee, R., 24, 25 
Graber, A. L., 165 
Graber, Doris A., 156 
Graber, Jean W., 19, 20 
Graen. G. B., 119, 120 
Graessley, W., 192 
Graettinger, J. S., 166 
Graf. E. €., 194 
Graffis, D. W., 12, 13, 15, 16 
Grage, T., 195 
Graham, A. L., 193, 194 
Graham, G. S., 87 
Graham, L. A., 168 
Graham, L. D., 156 
Grampp, \V. D., 145 
Granato, A. V., 108, 111 
Grand, N. G., 176, 182 
Grant. L. E., 58 
Granville, G. E., 193 
Gratteau, J. C., 39 
Graue, J. C., 101 
Graves, C. N., 18, 48 
Gray, C. E., Jr., 58 
Gray, H. B., 31 
Gray, L. J., 16 
Gray, R. H., 25 
Gray, S. E., 74 
Greco, J., 168 
Greeley, P. W., 194 
Green, A., 87 
Green, J. E., 61 
Greenberg, B., 143 
Greenberg, D., 53, 120, 122 
Greenberg, G. Z., 119 
Greenblatt, M., 180 
Greene, C. S., 176 
Greenfield, G. B., 190, 191 
Greeno, J. €.. 122 
Greenough, W. T., 120 
Greenspon, T. S., 119 
Greenwood, F. C., 165 
Greslin, J. G., 166 
Grether, D. F., 112 
Grieble. H. G., 164, 165, 

167, 168 
Griesemer, R. A., 180 
Griest, Guinevere L., 147 
Griffin. Louise B., S3 
Grim, R. E., 77, 78 
Grimm. A. F., 164, 186 
Grinker, R. R., Sr., 187 
Grobach, S. L., 169 
Grolich, D., 161 
Gronlund, N. E., 53 
Gross, Laila. 147 
Grossman, H. J., 181 
Grostic, M. F., 34 



Grotenhuis, M., 102 
Groves. W. O., 62 
Grueblele, J. W., 8 
Gruener. Tennette R., 156 
Gruhn. \V. B., 69 
Grunau, J. A., 98 
Grupe, O., 104 
Guback, T. H., 87 
Guenther, H. L., 162, 177 
Guiher, J. K., 74 
Guither, H. D., 8, 9 
Gullen, \V. H., 163 
Gunnar, R. M., 167, 169, 170, 

171, 172, 180 
Gunsalus, C. F., 31 
Gunsalus, I. €., 31, 107 
Gunther, J. K., 29 
Guntheroth, W. G., 195 
Gupta, G. P., 146, 147 
Gurfinkel, G. R., 39, 41 
Gurne. Daniela, 33, 34 
Gurney. C. W., 166 
Gustafson, W. C., 42 
Guthrie, H. \V., 49 
Guthrie, J. T., 58 
Gutowsky, H. S., 31, 32 
Guttenberg. A. Z., 44 
Guttman, Helene N., 143 
Gylys, V. B 145 
Gyrisco, G. G., 11 

Hackett, J. T., 184 
Hackman, J. R., 120 
Haddad, A. H., 46, 62 
Hadley, H. H., 13 
Hafstrom, Jeanne L., 83 
Hageman. E. C., 48 
Hageman; R. H., 13, 15, 16 
Hagen, K. L., 21 
Hager, L. P., 31 
Haggard. E. A., 188 
Hagner, A. F., 11 
Hahneman, B., 169, 179 
Haigh, P. J., 156 
Haight, G. P., Jr., 28. 31 
Haiie, H. G.. 78 
Haken, W. R. G., 93 
Hakim, A. A., 186 
Halcrow, H. G., 8 
Hale, M. P., 126 
Hall, B. v., 137 
Hall, C. W., 10 
Hall, Ellie. 119 
Hall, Glenn E., 10 
Hall, M. W., 42 
Hall, P. R., 96 
Hall, R. L., 141 
Hall, W. J., 39 
Hallowell, R. E., 149 
Halper. I. S., 188 
Haluska, R. J., 34 
Halvorson, H. O.. 99 
Hamakawa, Y., 108 
Hamby, W. M., 165, 166, 170 
Hamilton, D. L.. 123 
Hamilton, L. R., 178, 179 
Hammond. D. M., 137 
Hammond, G.. 31 
Hammond. W. C., 10 
Han, K.. 15 
Hanaoka. T., 173 
Handelman, €., 163 
Handler, P., 108 
Hang, D. F., 61, 102 
Hankey, G. T., 177 
Hanlon, Mary Sue, 161, 162 
Hanna, B. P.. 139 
Hannah. H. W., 8, 133 
Hannula, T.. 95 
Hanrattv, T. J., 32 
Hanscom. D. H., 166, 167 
Hansen, N., 190 
Hansen, E. L., 10 
Hansen, J. R., 31, 36 



Hansen, W. B., 44 
Hanson, H. C., 14 
Hanson, J. B., 15, 16, 24 
Hanson, K., 56 
Hanson, L. E., 132, 133, 134, 

135, 137. 138 
Hanson, R. E., 31 
Hanson, R. K., 51 
Haque, R.-U., 165, 172 
Harbeson, R. W., 50 
Hardison, W. G. M., 167 
Hardy, E. P., Jr., 162 
Hardy, G. L.. 164 
Harkins, H. N., 196 
Harlan, J. R., 13 
Harless, W. G., 192 
Harman, T. R., 76 
Harmon, B. G., 17, 19, 21 
Harms, P. G.. 48 
Harnett, J. P., 146, 147 
Harper, T. E., 14 
Harper, P.. 70 
Harris, E. P., 110 
Harris, J. A., 113 
Harris, L. D., 168 
Harris, M. E., 154 
Harris, W. S.. 9(> 
Harrison, G. A., 7, 9 
Harrison, W. H., 161 
Harshbarger, K. E., 11, 48 
Hart. F. C., 41 
Harter, F.. 164, 165, 177 
Hartman. P. T., 50 
Haruna, I., 98 
Harvev. O. J., 156 
Harvey, R. A., 191 
Hasegawa, T.. 45 
Hass, G. M.. 169. 179 
Hassan, H. A., 63, 102, 103 
Hastreiter, A. R., 181, 182 
Hatch, R. D., 132, 133, 134, 

135, 137, 138 
Hatfield, E. E.. 18, 19, 21, 136 
Hauck, M., 129 
Haueen, R. A., 72 
Havivi, E., 169 
Hawbaker. S., 85 
Hawley, P. L., 185 
Hay, P., 88 

Hav, W. W., 40, n, 78 
Hayashi, J. A., 161 
Hayashi. K., 196 
Hayes, F. C.. 97 
Hayes, J., 12 
Haves, W., Ill 
Havs, R. L., 48 
Ha'vwood, C. F.. 12 
Hazel. G. R.. 165 
Heakal, M. S.. 6 
Healv, M. J.. 114 
Heath. H., 165 
Heath, J. E.. 113 
Hechler, H. C.. 116 
Hecht. H. H., 171 
Hecht. X. B., 99 
Hecht, S. M., 32 
Hedges. B. A., 72 
Heeren, R. G.. 64 
Hegmann, J. P., 49, 123 
Heicklen, J.. 32 
Heide, P., 109 
Heifetz, R. T., 132 
Heikoff. J. M., 44 
Heins, A. J., SO 
Heins, M. H.. 93 
Held. L. J., 135, 136 
Helgason. A. H.. 193 
Helgoe, R. S., 123 
Heller. C.. 32 
Heller. T. E., 61, 62 
Heller, T. L., 43 
Heller. "P.. 165, 167 
Helper, L. C.. 132, 134, 137 
Hembrough, F. B., 134 



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Hemp, P. E., 53 
Hemp, R. J., 9 
Henderson, B., Ill 
Henderson, J. J., 8 
Henderson, K. B., S3, SS 
Henderson, Kathryn L., 91 
Henderson, R. A., 70 
Hendrick, G., 66, 149 
Hendricks, C. D., Jr., 61 
Hendrickson, F. R., 191, 194 
Hendron, A. J., Jr., 40 
Hendry, A. W., 108 
Hendry, D. P., 142, 152, 159, 

185 
Henneike, H. F., Jr., 30 
Henriksen, H. C, 101 
Henry, C. H., Ill 
Henry, D. D., 118 
Herbst, J. H., 8 
Herceg, J. E., 63, 102, 103 
Herdt, R. W., 49 
Hering, C. H., 154 
Hering, R. G., 96 
Herl, B., 165 
Herlocker, D. W., 30 
Herman, C. M., 195 
Hermanson, J. C., 108 
Herrin, M., 40 
Herrin, T. R., 37 
Hershberger, C., 161 
Hershenson, F. M., 182, 183 
Hertig, B. A., 96, 97, 104 
Hertko, L. J., 165 
Herzog, A., 189 
Herzog, R., 25 
Hetzel, D. S., 37 
Heumann, T., 45 
Hevesi, J., 24, 25 
Hewes, R. A., 46 
Hewitson, R. E., 183 
Hewitt, B., 130 
Hibbs, G. G., 191 
Hicks, B. E., 6 
Hicks, B. L., 7, 46 
Hicks. D. R., 17 
Hieftje, G. M., 33 
Hill, B. D., 81 
Hill, B. J., 161, 179, 191 
Hill, J. C., 37 
Hill, L. B., 129 
Hill, L. D., 8, 9 
Hill, S. P., 125 
Hillis, W. D., 167 
Hillix, W. A., 121 
Hillman, E. S., 38 
Hillsman, G. A., 16 
Hilsdorf, H. K., 40 
Hilton, H. H., 6 
Himwich, W. A., 130 
Hinds, F. €., 18, 19, 135 
Hinds, G. A., 141 
Hines, N. L., 183 
Hinesly, T. D., 13, 14, 15 
Hintz, T. R., 11 
Hippie, T. W., 58 
Hirata, A. A., 160 
Hirota, K., 196 
Hirsch, J., 120 
Hirschberg, C. B., 29 
Hisada, T., 41 
Hitchins, K. A., 81 
Hjelm, V. S., 80 
Ho, K. J., 179 
Hoang, T. F., 155, 156 
Hodge, P. G., Jr., 153 
Hodges, T. K., 85 
Hodgins, A., 71 
Hodgson, A. E. M., 183 
Hoekman, T. B., 114 
Hoelscher, R. P., 75 
Hoffman, F. G., 196 
Hoffman, L. R., 24 
Hoffman, P. J., 123 
Hoffman, W. S., 167 



Hoffmann, E. L., 123 

Hoffmeister, D. F., 102 

Hoffswell, R. A., 106, 112 

Hogg, R. W., 47 

Hogins, M., 159 

Holcomb, J. M., 8, 9 

Holder, J. T., 112 

Holinger, P. H., 178 

Holland, J. M., 194 

HoUi, M. G., 151 

Holloway, L. E., 108 

Holmes, A. H., 58 

Holmes, A. W., 167, 172 

Holmstrom, B., 106 

Holonyak, N., Jr., 61 

Holper, J. €., 178 

Holt, J. F., 146 

Holtermann, O. A., 143 

Holubec, Z. M., 32, 37 

Holzapfel, W. B., 30, 180 

Homan, S. R., 66 

Homer, L. D., 195 

Homsy, G. M., 32 

Hong, S. J., 60 

Honig, A., 102 

Honig, G. R., 181 

Hook, J. N., 66 

Hooker, A. L., 14, US, 116 

Hopeman, A., 166 

Hopen, H. J., 84, 85, 86 

Hopkins, K. D., 52 

Hoppe, R., 119 

Horak, J. A., 153 

Hord, G. E., 191 

Home, J. C., 78 

Hornseth, J. P., 119 
Horsfall, W. R., 69 
Horwitt, M. K., 161, 162 
Hosken, R. W., 112 
Hostetter, R. C, 120, 123 
House, E. R., 58 
Housner, G. W., 41 
Hoveke, T. P., 162 
Howard, F. M., 177 
Howeedy, M. F., 42 
Hoyman, H. S., 80 
Hruska, F. E., 183 
Hsiao, Catherine, 69 
Hsiao, T. C, 13, 16 
Hsiao, T. H., 69 
Hsu, C. K., 135, 136 
Hsu, H. T., 60 
Hsu, S.-y., ISO 
Hu, C. R., 108 
Huang, K.-H., 99 
Huang, T. T.-S., 36 
Hubble, R. H., 170 
Huber, F. M., 115 
Huber, T. L., 134 
Huber, W. G., 134 
Hudson, J. L. 32 
Huff, W. H., 90 
Huffman, W. J., 80 
Hufnagel, C. A., 196 
Huggard, R. J., 19 
Hughes, G. R., 116 



Hughes, J. E., f 
Hughes, J. M., 
Hughes, L. R., 



97 
Hughes, L. R., 58 
Hughes, W. F., 175 
Huld, B., 108 
Hulin, C. L., 119, 120 
Hull, W. L., 57 
Hulsizer, R. I., 45 
Hummel, G. R., 80 
Hummel, J. P., 32 
Humphrey, L. J., 180, 190, 
Humphreys, L. G., 120 
Hundleby, J. H., 118 
Hunt, D. R., 10 
Hunt, Eva, 141 
Hunt, J. McV., 53, 120 
Hunt, M. P., 55 
Hunt, R. C, 141 



Hunter, A. H., 39 
Hunter, F. H. F., 18 
Hunter, H. A., 195 
Hunter, J. A., 193, 194 
Hunter, Marilyn G., 123 
Huppert, G., 151 
Hurder, W. P., 70 
Hurley, J. E., 113 
Hurley, R. J., 11 
Hursh, L. M., 80 
Hussey, H. H., 167 
Huston, R. L., 21 
Hutson, R. E., 68 
Huttner, W., 30, 31 
Hymowitz, T., 14 
Hyatt, D. E., 37 
Hyde, J. S., 181, 182 

Ibaraki, T., 45 
Ichimaru, S., 108 
lino, T., 5 
Ikushima, A., 108 
llano. A., 196 
Ilgen, D., 121 
Imdieke, L. F., 6 
Ince, R. L., 128 
Ing, T. S., 168 
Ingerson, P. G., 62, 64 
Inselberg, A., 64 
loffredo, M. L., 107, 108 
Ireland, H. O., 40 
Irwin, R. P., 80 
Isaac, L., 184 
Itagaki, E., 31 
Itatani, H., 28 
Iten, R. M., 42 
Ito, N., 154 
Iversen, R., 61 
Ivy, R., 194 
Iyengar, K. T. S., 153 
Izadpanah, K., 116 

Jablokow, V. R., 179 
Jackson, E. A., 45, 46, 108 
Jackson, G. L., 20, 134 
Jackson, R. L., 99 
Jackson, W. A., 16 
Jacobs, A. E., 107, 112 
Jacobs, N. G., 126 
Jacobs, P. H., 67 
Jacobs, R. L., 177 
Jacobson, C. B., 168 
Jacobson, E. D., 192 
Jacobson, H., 43 
Jaeger, R. G., 102 
Jagels, R. H., 26 
Jaher, F. C, 81 
Jahiel, E., 74 
Jain, H. C, 26 
Jakle, J. A., 76 
Jakobovits, L. A., 120 
Jakubowski, Patricia A., 58 
James, P. B., 108 

Tames, V. H. T., 165 

Jamnik, D., 112 

Janas, M., 192 

Jane, J. A., 174 

Jankowski, G. J., 166, 170 

Jansen, P. K., 79 

Jarvis, B. C, 24 

Jasnow, D., 112 

Jasuja, M., 196 

Javid, H., 193, 194, 195 

Javier, Adelina C, 33 

Jean, M., 98 

Jeffers, W. Q., 61 

Jeitschko, W., 99 

Jenkins, E. S., 51, 56 

Jenkins, F. M., 74 

Jenkins, J. W., 96 

Jennings, L. B., ISO 

Jennings, P. C, 41 

Jensen, A. H., 17, 19, 21 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 207 



Jensen, J. W., 87 
Jensen, K., 70 
Jensen, T. R., 58 
Jensik, R. J., 194, 195 
Jervis, G., 173 
Joassin, G., 182 
Job, D. D., 114 
Jockusch, C. G., Jr., 93 
Jogdeo, S. S., 94 
Johansson, I., 48 
Johansson, L., 32 
Johnannsen, R. W., 82 
Johnson, A. D., 48 
Johnson, A. F., 165 
Johnson, A. L., 131 
Johnson, B. C, 18 
Johnson, B. R., 35 
Johnson, Becky L., 114 
Johnson, C. A., 181, 182 
Johnson, D., 180 
Johnson, D. E., 19 
Johnson, E. L., 138 
Johnson, F. N., 171 
(ohnson, H., 122 
Johnson, H. M., 126 
Johnson, J. E., 159 
Johnson, M. R., 61, 62, 64 
Tohnson, P. E., 13 
Johnson, R. B., Jr., 44 
Johnson, R. E., 113 
Johnson, S. A., 165 
Johnson, S. M., 34 
Johnson, W., 107, 108 
Johnson, W. D., 52, 54 
Johnson, W. M., 22, 132 
Tohnson, William, 104 
Johnston, B. B., 101 
Johnston, Margaret K., 118 
Johnston, T. J., 15, 17 
Johnstone, J. W. C., 156 
Jonas, J., 31, 32 
Tones, B. A., Jr., 10 
Jones, B. G., 96, 102 
Jones, D. D., 10 
Tones, E. C, Jr., 61 
Jones, F. M., 26 
Jones, G. N., 24 
Tones, H. C., 178, 179 
Jones, J. I., n 
Jones, L. E., 120 
Jones, Lorella M., 109 
Jones, Lxjuisa E., 75 
Jones, M. H., 117 
Jones, P. D'A., 151 
Jones, P. N., 168 
Jones, R. A., 125, 126 
Tones, R. L., 12 
Tones, R. S., 52, 56 
Joseph, N. R., 173, 177, 183, 

194 
Joshi, L., 116 
Jost, F., 74 
Jordan, C. E., 17 
Jordan, E. C., 62 
Jordan, H. F., 44 
Jordan, Laura, 70 
Jordan, P. H., 193 
Jorden, R. M., 42 
Jorgensen. G. N.. 48 
Judge, G. G., 8, 50 
Juhlin, L., 164 
Julian, O. C., 193, 194, 195 
Jura, G., 106 
Jureziz, R. E., 172, 173 
Juris, Frances, 49 
Juvet, R. S., 32 

Kachhava. C. M., 147 
Kachru, B. B., 91 
Kachru. Yamuna, 91 
Kadanoff, L. P., 109 
Kaderavek, M., 155 
Kaess, D. W., 120, 123 
Kagan, H. B., 145 



Kagan, J., 145 

Kahane, H. R., 127, 128 

Kahane, Renee T., 127, 128 

Kajima, M., 143 

Kaler, J. B., 23 

Kallio, R. E., 98 

Kaltenbach, C. C., 18, 19, 20 

Karaber, F. W ., 94, 95 

Kamen, M. D., 30 

Kaminetsky, H. A., 175, 180 

Kamowski, T., 156 

Kampwirth, T. J., 58 

Kanabrocki, E. L., 168 

Kanber, G. J., 171 

Kaneda, T., 108 

Kanter, A., 170, 180 

Kantor, W., 154 

Kantorovitz, S., 154 

Kapecki, J. A., 34 

Kaplafka, J. P., 61, 62, 63 

Kaplan, E., 168 

Kaplan, J. A., 176 

Kaplan, K. J., 123 

Kaplan, S., 98 

Kapple, W. H., 125 

Karabelas, A. J., 32 

Karamcheti, K., 7 

Karanikas. A., 147 

Karara. H. M., 40 

Kardash, S., 38 

Kark, R. M., 168, 169, 170, 180 

Karnes, Merle B., 71 

Karrer, R., 188 

Karsh, B., 87 

Kasami, T., 60 

Kass, C., 70 

Kass, W. J., 36 

Kastelic, J.. 20 

Katagiri, M., 31 

Katcher, A., 60 

Kathan. R. H., 161 

Kato, M., 45 

Katz, J. J., 183, 184, 185 

Kauf, R., 151 

Kauffmann, D., 122 

Kaufman, L. C., 10 

Kaufman, R. P., 94 

Kaulfers, W. V., 54 

Kauvar, G. B., 151 

Kawana, R., 169 

Kawano, I., 45 

Kawasaki, K., 109 

Kays, T. H., 155 

Kearns, T. J., 96 

Keeley, S. M., 123 

Keenan, B. R., 156 

Keenan, W. F., 64 

Keener, R. L., 35 

Keer, L. M.. 168 

Keeton, R. E., 89 

Kehoe, B., 105 

Keller, G. H., 182, 183 

Keller, J. M., 175 

Kelly, D. H., 65 

Kelly, K. A., 193, 196 

Kelly, M., 21 

Kemmerer, D. L., 50 

Kemp. M. K., 31. 37 

Kempf, J. E., 172, 173 

Kendall. K. A., 48 

Kenna, F. R., 184 

Kennedy, A. E., 161 

Kennedy, F. S., 35, 36, 99 

Kennedy, Patricia. 68 

Kennedy, S. O., 109 

Kenny, J. W., 123 

Kent, L., 144 

Kerster, H. W.. 143 

Kesler, C. E., 41, 130 

Kesler, R. P.. 8, 9 

Kessler, L. W., 65 

Kettelkamp. G. C., 54 

Keune. D. L., 61 

Keyes, P. L., 20 



Khachaturian, N., 40 
Khare, M. X., 116 
Khurana, S. S., 96 
Kiamko, R. T., 165, 182 
Kidder, F. E., 91 
Kiefer, J. H., 146, 194, 197 
Kiefner, J. F., 41 
Kienast, H. W., 174 
Kiess. H. O., 121 
Kilbourne, B. C, 194 
Kilbridee, T. M., 166, 168 
Killian, L. R., 123 
KiUip, D. E., 163 
Kilpatrick, D., 156 
Kim, C. W., 92 
Kim, J., 107, 108 
Kim, J. B., 28 
Kim, S., 106, 107, 110 
Kim, Y. S., 195 
Kimura, B. Y., 29 
King, F. W., 171 
King, Joan M., 174 
King, K. F., 182 
King, L. G., 112 
King, L. R., 194 
King, L. S., 179 
King, R. D., Ill 
Kinnamon, K., 67 
Kinra, R. K., 42 
Kinstle, T. H., 34 
Kinzie, M. D., 80 
Kipnis. D. M.. 162 
Kirk, C. F., 99 
Kirk, Clara M., 147 
Kirk, E. S., 113, 133 
Kirk, G., 70 
Kirk, R., 147 
Kirk, S. A., 71 
Kirk, W. D., 71 
Kirkpatrick, J. L., 29 
Kirsch, J. L., Jr., 37 
Kirschenbaum, B., 164 
Kirsh, I. E., 191 
Kirsner, J. B., 166 
Kisaki, T., 13 
Kitson, J. \V., 6, 44, 124 
Kitsos, T. R., 79 
Kittinger, G. W., 181 
Kitzmiller, J. B., 139 
Kivlin, J. E., 7, 8 
Kizlaitis, L. R., 166 
Klainer, J. A., 32, 37 
Klatt, R., 168 
Klausmeier, H. J., 57 
Klavan, B.. 182 
Kleberg. J.' R., 132 
Klein, C. L., 8 
Klein, D. J., 75 
Klein, K. A., 125 
Klein, M. V., 109, 110 
Kling, A., 188. 190 
Klingler, D. L.. S3, 55 
Klobuchar, J. A., 63 
Klopf, A. H., 142, 185 
Klotz, I. M., 161 
Klute, A., 14, 15, 16 
Knake, E. L., 12, 13, 14, 

15, 16 
Knapp. C. G., 54 
Knauel, R. S., 54 
Knecht, C. D., 132, 134, 135, 

136. 137 
Knight, F. B., 94 
Knight, Katherine L., 172, 173 
Knighten. R. L., 154 
Knoasiewicz, A., 145 
Knop, C. M., 145 
Knospe. W. H.. 168 
Knox, D. H., Jr., 83 
Knox, K. L., 20 
Knudson. C. A., 74 
Knust. H., 78 
Kobayashi, S.. 93 
Koch, J. R., 98 



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Koch, R., 70 
Kochman, M., 162 
Koehler, J. S., 109 
Koehn, U., 96 
Koeltzow, D. E., 29 
Keeper, H. F., 141 
Koga, Y., 45 
Kogan, B. R., 148 
Kohn, H. M., 188 
Kokotovic, P. v., 46, 61, 62 
Kolb, P., 75 
Komlos, E., 118 
Koncel, E. F., 61 
Koo, T. K., 45, 6S 
Kools, J. A., 129 
Koopman, R. F., Jr., 123 
Kopp, J. P., 156 
Kopp, J. v., 172, 173 
Koppel, J. L., 196 
Kopplin, J. O., 61 
Kernel, L., 168 
Koshland, Marian E., 172 
Kosman, M. E., 184 
Kosobud, R. F., 145 
Kossoff, G., 62 
Kostelnicek, Barbara J., 83 
Kostiw, L. L., 173 
Kotz, U., 109 
Kouskolekas, C, 11 
Kozak, J. A., 194 
Krahl, N. W., 40, 41 
Krakower, C. A., 180 
Kramer, C. H., 188 
Kramer, D., 188 
Kramer, D. V., 67 
Kramer, J. R., 188 
Krantz, S., 166 
Kratochvil, S., 121 
Krause, H. D., 88 
Krause, M. S., 188 
Krausz, N. G. P.. 8, 133 
Krauter, J. F., 117 
Kreel, L., 193 
Kreier, J. P., 136 
Kreitner, G. L., 24, 25 
Kreutzer, R. D., 140 
Krieger, S. J., 155 
Krishna, P., 40 
Krishnan, R. S., 161, 162 
Kritcheviky, G. 162 
Kroeger, A. V., 172, 173 
Krohmer, J. S., 175 
Kronfeld, P. C, 176 
Krueger, T. A., 82 
Krueger, W. A., 17 
Krueger. W. K., 144 
Kruger, P. G., 45, 109 
Kruse, U. E., 106, 107, 108, 

109, 110 
Krusius, M., 106 
Kruski, A., 72 
Kubitz, W. J., 65 
Kuchnir, M., 106 
Kuck, D. J., 45 
Kuettner, K. E., 162, 177, 179 
Kugler, A. A., 112 
Kiihonta, P. C, 9 
Kujawski, E., 112 
Kukolich, S. G., 32 
Kukral, J. C, 194, 196, 197 
Kulp, J. L., 155 
Kummerow, F. A., 72, 73 
Kiio, B. C, 62 
Kuramoto, R. T.. 26 
Kurfman, D. G., 58 
Kurstedt, H. A., Jr., 63, 

102, 103 
Kurth, W. €., 128 
Kurtz, L. T., 14, 15 
Kuszewski, J. R., 35 
Kuykendall, IX S., 46 
Kuypers, D. S., 51, 52 
Kuznietz, M., 156 



Kyhos, D. W., 25 
Kysar, J. E., 151, 188 

Laberge, W. E., 11 
Labisky, R. F., 14 
Lacampagne, R. J., 58 
Lacey, J. E., 76 
Lackner, Lois M., 58 
La Fave, W. R., 88 
LaFrance, Kennalee O., 59 
Laganelli, A. L., 146 
La Grange, R. G., 114 
Lai, J. Y., 43 
Laing, G., 169, 179 
Laird, J. A., 28 
Laird, J. D., 121 
Latinen, H. A., 32 
Laker, H. I., 178 
Lai, R. B., 196 
Lamb, P. E., 18, 19 
Lambert, C. N., 177 
Lambert, R. J., 12, 13, 14 
Lambert, W. E., 120 
Lamkin, Glenna H., 83 
Landing, J. E., 150 
Landis, D. H., 189 
Landolt, R. G., 35 
Landon, J., 165 
Landry, J. F.. 105 
Landy, A 98 
Lane, A. L., 37 
Lange, C. F., 173 
Lange, Irene L., 92 
Lange, R. D., 172 
Langenberg, K. F., 47, 99 
Langenheim, R. L., Jr., 11 
Langhaar, H. L., 130 
Langmuir, C. R., 57 
Langston, H. T.. 171, 195 
Lanier, D. L., 90 
Lanier, W. B., 25 
Lannoo, M., Ill 
Laramore, G., 109 
Large, Dorothy L., 164 
La Rosa, D. D., 196 
La Rosa, R. E., 68 
Larsen, J. R., 69 
Larsen, W. E., 11 
Larson, A. J., 150 
Larson, B. L., 48 
Larson, C. M., 153 
Larson, C. S., 97, 99 
Larson, R. A., 76 
Larson, Richard A., 37 
Larson, R. W., 152 
Lasher, S., 154 
Laskin, D. M., 176 
Lategola, M. T., 170 
Latham, A. J.. 115 
Lathrap, D. W., 21 
Lathrop, J., 45 
Lauterstein, A. M., 163 
Lavalle, P. D., 76 
Lavatelli, Celia B.. 54 
Lavelle, G. C., 143 
Lawrence, F. V., Jr., 99 
Lawton, I. E., 186 
Lazarus, D., 109 
Leahy, J. P., 189, 190 
Leal, L., 127 
Leavitt, F., 188 
Lebeck, A. O., 97 
Lebermann, K. W., 12, 1Z 
Lederer, F. L., 178, 179 
Lee, C, 109, 112 
Lee, J. T., Jr., 28, 37 
Lee, M. R., 139 
Lee, P. D., 23 
Lee, Rosita, 173 
Lee, S. L., 153 
Lee, S.-VV., 62, 63 
Lee, S. \V., 185 
Lee, Sue Y., 140 
Lee, T. C, SO 



Lee, W., 35 
Lee, W.-H., 37 
Legon, R. P., 151 
Lehman, F. K., 21 
Lehmkuhl, G. D., 37 
Lehnhoff, T. F., 131 
Leibowitz, H. A.. 27 
Leichner, G. H., 61 
Leininger, B., 196 
Lemahieu, M. A., 143 
LeMay, H. E., Jr., 28 
Lembke, W. D., 10 
Lemon, J. R., 9 
Lenfest, D. S.. 148 
Leng, E. R.. 13, 15 
Lenke, J. W., 153 
Lennarz, W. J., 35 
Lennox, J. E., 25 
Lenzen, K. H., 41 
Leonard, A. B.. 77 
Leonard, L. E., 91 
Leonard, N. J., 32 
Leonard. Patricia H.. 54 
Leonhard, C, 101 
Lepper, M. H.. 165, 172, 186 
Leppert, Ella C., 54 
Lerner, M., 163 
Leslie, E. K.. 86 
Lessing. Elise E., 188 
Leung, Mary K., 37 
Leunis, J. V., 9 
Leuthold, Jane H., 50 
Lev, M., 179. 180 
Le Van, H., 191 
Levenspiel, O., 147 
Leventhal, M. M., 180 
Levey, J. R., 43 
Leviatan, D., 94 
Levin, B., 180 
Levin, B. S., 170 
Levin, D. A., 143 
Levin, J. M., 174 
Levin, M., 196 
Levine, E. B., 148 
Levine, H., 165, 167, 168 
Levine, H. G., 54, 192 
Levine, N. D., 134 
Levine, S. B., 88 
Levisohn, R., 98 
Levison, S. A., 33 
Levitan, R., 168 
Levitsky, J. M., 180, 186 
Levy, L., "l89 
Levy, S. R., 49 
Lewis, E. E., 105 
Lewis, E. G., 117 
Lewis, G. K., Jr., 30, 37 
Lewis, H. L., 37 
Lewis, J. M., 12, 20 
Lewis, J. P., 162, 172 
Lewis, Marcia S., 128 
Lewis, O., 21 
Lewis, R. A., 109 
Lewis, R. E., 96 
Liang, C. S., 62 
Liberson, M., 166 
Liberthson, R. R., 179, 180 
Libnoch, J. A., 165 
Lie, K.-H. C, 109 
Liebeck, R. H., 7 
Lieberman, L. J., 67 
Liebner, E. J., 163, 191 
Liebowitz, B., 188 
Liem, K. F., 160 
Lien, Marie E., 149 
Light, R. J., 31 
Lightner, C. M., 68 
Lightner, T. M., 92 
Lilienthal, P. A., 131 
Lim. S. M., 115 
Limbacher, P. C, 59 
Limbosch, J. M., 195 
Lin, C., 99 
Lin, J. S., 167 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 209 



Lindahl, R. G., 90 

Lindblad, N. R., 61 

Lindenberg, R., 173 

Lindeman, G., 60 

Lindstrom, D. E., 8 

Lindstrom. R. S., 84 

Link, R. P., 134, 135 

Linke, C. M, 12 

Linn, M. B., 115 

Lintner, M. A., 28 

Lipp, H. I., 37 

Lis, E. F., 181 

Litt, B. D., 195 

Little, E. B., 152, 159 

Little, J. L., 34, 37 

Little, R. W., 156 

Littledike, E. T., 136 

Littleton, I. T., 91 

Littman, A., 169 

Liu, C. F., 144, 145 

Liu, C.-H., 62, 64 

Liu, C. S., 146, 147 

Liu, C.-S., 65 

Liu, S. W., 146 

Liu, T. K., 40 

Lloyd, A., 179 

Llovd, J. P., 43 

Lloyd, J. P., 130 

Lloyd, R. A., 183 

Lo, M. K., 30, 31 

Lo, Y. T., 62 

Lodge, J. R., 18, 48 

Loeb, H. S., 167, 169, 170, 171 

Loeb, P. A., 94 

Loebach, D., 99 

Loevy, H. T., 183 

Loewy, A., 178 

Loh, \V., 122 

Lohman, T. G., 20, 21, 137 

Lohnberg, P., 159 

Lolirer, Alice, 91 

Lom, J., 142, 143 

Lombard. C. M., 149 

Lombardi, J. R., 33 

London, E., 101 

Long, A. B., 102, 103 

Long, D., 171 

Long, D. M., 195 

Long, N. E., 117 

Long, T. J., 52 

Loos, J. S., 106, 108, 109, 

110, 112 
Lopez, L. A., 38, 40 
Lorbe, Ruth, 78 
Lorimor, E. S., 6 
Losee, D. L., Ill 
Lott, J. L., 130 
Lott, R. E., 127 
Lott, R. v., 85, 86 
Loudon, A., 145 
Lourenco, R. V., 169 
Love, J. L., 82 
Love, L., 190, 191, 192 
Lovell, J. E., 134 
Lowe, R. H., 122 
Lucke, K., 108 
Luckmann, W. H., 11, 86 
Lueschen, W. E., 17 
Luhmann, P. R., 59 
Luis-Porras, C.,_^ 173 
Lulensky, G., 156 
Lum, v., 60 
Liischen, G., 104 
Lutsch, E. F., 183 
Lutsky, B. N., 35 
Lutz, R. W., 146 
Lwin, J. S., 109 
Lyke, J. B., 101 
Lyman, E. M., 46 
Lyman, Elisabeth R., 46 
Lyne, P., 170 
Lynn, T. H., 192 
Lyon, H. C, 27 
Lyon, H. L., 92 
Lyon, I., 173 



Maas, J. W., 187, 189 
Mabry, T. J., 25 
Maccoll. A., 145 
MacUonald, H. F., 109, 110 
MacFarlane. D. R., 152 
Macleod, E. G., 69 
MacLeod, R., 24 
Macleod, R. M., 61 
MacRae, Edith K., 160 
Madden, G. R., 59 
Maddox, J. V., 1 1 
Madge, J., 156 
Madison, K. G., 83 
Madsen, C. H., Jr., 51 
Maehr, M. L., 54 
Maganini, H., 179 
Maggs. P. B., 88 
Magner, G. W., 156_ 
Magnuson, V. R., 35, 37 
Mah, G., 100 
Mahajanshetti, C. S., 182 
Maharg, J. V., 101 
Mahowald, ^L, 154 
Maier, loan M., 91 
Maier, S. F., 120 
Majidzadeh, K.,.40 
Major, E. O., 161 
Major, R. L., 100 
Makino, S., 92 
Makkai, A., 148 
Makowski, E. L.. 181 
Malek, R. B., 115, 116 
Malik, D. S., 17 
Malinosky, A. T., 153 
Malmstadt. H. V., 33 
Malone, L., 195 
Malone, W. F., 175 
Maloney, F. E., 89 
Malouin, Rene, 70 
Mamoun, S. M., 97 
Mampaey, C. L., 37 
Mampe, E. P., Jr., 51 
Manaligod, J. R., 165 
Mandrea, E.. 163, 164 
Mandy, W. j., 173 
Manhas, B. S., 33 
Maniatis, T., 161 
Mann, C. J., 71 
Manning, J. L., 175 
Manrique. A., 12 
Mansfield, M. E., 18, 19, 132, 

135, 138 
Manwaring. M. G., 117 
Mapother, D. E., 110 
Marble, D. F., 159 
Marceau, I. W., 9 
Marcum, R. B., 59 
Marcus, N., 43 
Marcus, R. A., 33 
Marcus, R. E., 178 
Marcus, Ruth B., 155 _ 
Marcusiu, E. C., 14, 15 
Marczynski, T. J., 184 
Marder, H., 67 
Marder, L.. 148 
Marek, C. R., 40 
Maresh, T. J., 76 
Margolis, P., 189 
Margulies, S., 156 
Marinov, Uria, 135 
Mark, H., 126 
Markowitz, A. M., 179 
Markowitz, A. S., 173 
Marquardt, \V. F., 54 
Marquez, E., 192 
Marquis, G., 18, 138 
Marshall, J. S., 56 
Marston. R. Q., 171 
Martens, R., 105 
Marti, J. T.. 94 
Martin, B. D., 172 
Martin, B. F., 171 
Martin, G. R., 59 
Martin, J. C., 33 



Martin, J. D., 130, 131 
Martin, J. E., 44 
Martin, L. L., 28 
Martin, P. K., 35 
Martin, R. J., 135, 136 
Martin, T. P., 110 
Martinek. R., 187 
Martin-Trigona, Helen V., 129 
:>Iary, G. t. S., 72 
Mascarenhas, H., 14 
Masek, G. A., 152 
Mason, G., 162 
Mason, J. H.. 195 
Massey. W. E., 110 
Massie, B. B.. 161, 162 
Massler, M.. 163, 182 
Masterson, R. A., 136 
Masur, E. F.. 153 
Mather, Mary E., 54 
Mathur, B. P., 147 
Mathur, H. H., 34, 35 
Mathur, S., 146, 147 
Matsumoto, Y., 114 
Matsushima, J. K., 20 
Mattenheimer, H., 162 
Matthiesen, R. B., 41 
Matwiyoff. N. A., 29 
Matzkanin, G. A., 156 
Mauer, I., 169 
Maurice, C. G., 164 
Maurizi, D. G., 178 
Mautz, R. K., 5 
Mawdsley, J., 64 
Maxwell, I. H., 2(> 
Maxwell, K. R.. 7 
Maxwell, W. H. C, 40 
Mayberry, W. E., 59 
Mayeda, W., 46. 62 
Mayer, L. A., 59 
Mayer, R. W., 12 
Mayes, P. E.. 62 
Maynert. E. W., 184 
McBrearty, J. C., 51 
McBride, B. C., 35, 48, 99 
McCammon, Helen M., 150 
McCammon, R. B., 150 
McCarthy, J. J., 71 
McClintock, J. A., 186 
McClure, M. T., 6 
McClure, W. O., 33 
McColley, R. M., 82 

McCollum, J. P., 84, 85 
Mc Cord, T. H., 89 

McCoy, R. M., 150 
McCracken, G., 169 

McCreary, Patricia A., 169, 
179 

McCree, Mary Lvnn, 152 

McCue, S. A., 18'l 

McDaniel, J. C, 85 

McDaniel. Mildred C, 37 

McDaniel, R. T., 7 

McDaniel, T. J., 6 

McDonald, T. H., 179, 194 

McDonald, V. J., 39, 40 

McFadden, B. A., 98 

McGee, T. F., 189, 190 

McGehee, Nan E., 156 

McGlathery, J. M.. 79 

McGrath, J. E., 120 

McGrath, L. F., 68 

McGreal, T. L., 59 

McGrew, Elizabeth A., 176, 180 

McGuire, Christine H., 54, 192 

Mclntyre, C. J., 86 

McKaughan, L. S., 123 

McKay, J. P., 82 

McKechnie, J. S., 34 

McKendry, L. H., 34, 37 

McKibben. G. E., 15. 19 

McKiel, C. F., Jr., 194 

McKinlay, R. J., 156 

McKinney, L. C, 151 



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McLaughlin, J. B., 132 
McLaughlin, T. G., 94 
McLeod, D. W., 156 
McLure, J. VV., 59 
McLure, W. P., 54 
McMillen, S.. 173 
McMurray, F., 55 
McNatt, T. L., 112 
McNeal, N. A., 152 
McNeill, T. W., 177 
McPherson, W. H., 88 
McVinnie, W. H., 39 
McVittie, G. C, 23 
Mead, Marjorie E., 83 
Meador, D. B., 85 
Mechtly, E. A., 62 
Medak, H., 176, 180 
Medanic, J., 46 
Medansky, R. S., 163 
Medd, W. J., 23 
Medenica, M., 164 
Medrow, R. A., 97 
Meeden, G. D., 96 
Meehan, T. C, 127 
Meetz, G. D., 160 
Mehr, R. I., 72 
Meier, M. O., 153 
Meinert, C. L., 171 
Meissen, M. E., 14 
Mejicano, R., 171, 195 
Melachouris, N., 73 
Melamed, J. L., 191 
Melamed, M.. 191 
Meniere, A. L., 17 
Mendez-Bauer, C, 160 
Meneley, D. A., 152 
Mengert, W. F., 175 
Menges, R. J., 121 
Mennig, J., 94 
Meranto, P. J., 80 
Meredith, D. D., 40, 43 
Merkelo, H., 61, 62, 63 
Merki, D. J., 80 
Merriman, E. A., 100 
Merritt, A. H., 78 
Merritt, R. L., 117 
Meschia, G., 181 
Meskin, L., 163 
Messer, W. R., 37 
Metcalf, L. E., 55 
Metcalf, R. L., 69 
Metzcus, R. H., 59 
Metzger, M., 99 
Metzow, M., 56 
Meuser, Mary F., 164, 189, 

190 
Meuwissen, H. J., 160 
Meyer, D. L., 17 
Meyer, H., 144 
Meyer, J. M., 33 
Meyer, Julia, 176 
Meyer, R. A., 32 
Meyer, R. C, 134, 135, 137, 

138 
Meyerholz, G. W., 132, 135 
Meyers, Tudith K., 91 
Meza-Ruiz, G., 138 
Middleton, A. G., 194 
Mignon. M., 195, 196 
Mikes, Patricia S., 120 
Miley, G. H., 63, 102 
Milgram, J. R., 154 
Millar, J. R., 50 
Millburn, L., 191, 194 
Miller, A., 187, 189 
Miller, A. A., 189 
Miller, D. M., 113 
Miller, E. B., 168 
Miller, Ellen, 172, 173 
Miller, G. E., 169, 192 
Miller, H. E., 25 
Miller, J., 187, 189, 190 
Miller, J. D. A., 98 



Miller, J. E., 177 
Miller, N. E., 156 
Miller, O., 145 
Miller, O. C., 18 
Miller, P. A., 60, 64 
Miller, P. H., 165 
Miller, R. A., 181, 182 
Miller, R. J., IS, 24 
Miller, Ruthanne, 116 
Miller, T., 69 
Miller, T. L., 129 
Miller, v., 55 
Milles, G., 180, 195, 196 
Millican, R. D., 26 
Milligan, D. V., 35 
Millington, R. J., 14, 15 
Milloy, F. J., 194, 195 
Mills, D. R., 24, 98 
Mills, Queenie B., 83 
Mills, R. J., Jr., 148 
Mills, T. R., 30 
Milne, M. A., 27 
Mine, H., 45 
Miner, L., 38 
Minkler, J., 173 
Minkowycz, VV. J., 146 
Miranda, J. A., 169 
Mistry, S. P., 20 
Mitchell, J., 187 
Mitchell, T. R., Jr., 17, 19, 21 
Mitchell, P. M., 79 
Mitchell, W. T., 34 
Mittal, K. K., 21 
Mittra, R., 62, 63 
Miyake, S. J., 110 
Mizusaki, T., 108 
Mochel. J. M., 110 
Mock, W., Jr., 112 
Modi, V. v., 20 
Modler, R., 144 
Moeller, J. W., 155 
Moeller, T., 33 
Moellman, D. E., 40 
Mohammed, K., 184, 185 
Mohr, P. A., 192 
Molitoris, H. P., lis 
Molina, J.-A. E., 13, 14, 15 
Moll, K. L., 128 
Mollenhauer, H. H., 24 
Moncada, R., 182, 190, 191 
Monfort, T. N., 135 
Moniz, W. B., 144 
Monro, P. E., 63 
Monroe, €., 179, 191 
Monroe, K. B., 27 
Montague, W. E., 121 
Montano, R., 128 
Montgomery, M. M., 169, 170 
Monypenny, P., 117 
Moore, C. A., 153 
Moore, C. B., 36 
Moore, G. E., Jr., 112 
Moore, Nancy N., 69 
Moore, S., Ill, 11, 12 
Moore, W. J., 55 
Moores. B. W., 37 
Moos, W. S., 191 
Morch, E. T., 195 
Moretz, Marjorie A., 96 
Morgan, Barbara W., 59 
Morgan, H. G., 56 
Morgan, M. D., 26 
Moriarty, R. M., 145 
Morris, H., 136 
Morris, R. W., 183 
Morrissey, R., 187 
Mortara, D. W., 106, 107, 

109, 110 
Moses, H. A., 55, 58 
Moses, H. M., 58 
Moses, L. N., 51 
Moss, C. S., 121 
Moss, G. S., 195 
Motyka, H., 18, 19, 136 



Moulder, P. V., 179, 180 
Mowrer, O. H., 121 
Moyer, C. A., 5 
Moyer, M. E., 50 
Moyzis, J. A., Jr., 30, 107, 112 
Mrtek, R. G., 184, 185 
Muehling, A. J., 11, 48 
Muehrcke, R. €., 169, 170, 180 
Mueller, A. G., 8, 9 
Mueller, E. P., 169 
Mueller, G., 5 
Mueller, G. C., 143 
Mueller, H. L., 128 
Muenster, J. J., 166 
Mufson, M. A., 169 
Muhm, J. B., 59 
Muir, D. A., 9 
Muldoon, R. L., 167 
Mullane, Mary K., 174 
Muller, D. E., 94 
MuUer, P., 145 
Munakata, K. M., 22 
Munday, J. C., Jr., 114 
Munroe, M. H., 25 
Munse, W. H., 40, 42 
Munson, K. F., 105 
Mura, T., 153 
Murata, A., 114 
Muroga, S., 45, 63 
Murphy, J. P., 103 
Murphy, N. B., 51 
Murphy, R., 128, 172 
Murphy, R. A., 165 
Murphree, E. L., Jr., 41 
Murray, H. G., 123 
Murrell, L. L., 29, 37 
Muth, E. F., 32 
Mutti, R. J., 8 
Myers, J. L., Jr., 7 
Myers, K. A., 194 
Myers, W. L., 135, 136 

Nadjmi, B., 194 

Nadler, N., 170 

Nagai, T., 114 

Nagata, J. A., 22 

Nagel, S. S., 117 

Nagreski, L. D., 10 

Nagyvary, J., 29 

Nahas, L., 169 

Nain, V. P. S., 146 

Nair, V.. 32 

Najafi, H., 192, 193, 194, 195 

Nakamoto, S., 169 

Nakano, T., 108 

Nalbandov, A. V., 18, 19, 20, 

21, 134 
Nam, N. H., 34 
Nannelli, P., 33 
Nanney, D. L., 139 
Nanos, Stella. 176, 180 
Naoumides, M., 43 
Narayan, K. A., 72 
Narayana Rao, N., 63, 64 
Nasca, F. L., 128 
Nasrallah, N. F., 112 
Nassiakou, M., 122 
Nathan, A., 152 
Natraian, P. R., 40 
Naughton, J. P., 169 
Naunton, R. F., 191 
Nave, VV. R., 10, 11 
Naylor, J. C., 122 
Neal, €., 169 
Neal, J. P., 63 
Neal, L. D., 50 
Nealey, S. M., 119, 121 
Necheles, H., 165 
Nedelsky, L., 163 
Nefkens, B. M. K., Ill 
Neilsen, Loretta J., 51 
Nelson, A. I., 72, 73 
Nelson, B. G., 165 
Nelson, G., 162 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 211 



Nelson, J. A., 28 
Nelson, L., 98 
Nelson, P. A., 59 
Nelson, R. L., 57 
Nelson, W. R., 85 
Nennhaus, H. P., 194, 195 
Nesheim, O. N., 115 
Nesselroade, J. R., 118 
Nestor, C. \V., Jr., 155 
Neubuerger, K., 173 
Neuhaus, H., 170_ 
Neumann, F. L., 5 
Neustadt. J. E., 170 
Neville, W. E.. 196 
Newlin, C, 164 
Newman, I., 80 
Newman, W. J.. 105 
Newmark, N. M., 41 
Nibbe, A. F., 171 
Niblack, J. F., 37 
Nichols, Marie H., 128 
Nicol, J. D., 145 
Nicolas, G., 115 
Nicolette, J. A., 143 
Nicolson, T. H., 115 
Niehaus, \V. G., Jr., 35 
Nielsen, N. N., 41 
Nievergelt, J., 45 
Ninsuvannakul, P., 6 
Nishida, T., 12 
NisonofF, A., 173 
Niss, J. F., 50 
Niswender, G. D., 18, 19, 20 

21 
Nock, F. J., 79 
Noirot-Timothee, C, 143 
Nolan, R. L., 5 
Nona, D. A., 184, 185 
Nora, J. R., 170 
Nordmark, G. E., 41 
Norman, G., 184, 185 
Norman, J. C., 167 
Northcutt, R. G., 113, 140 
Northrop. G.. 170 
Norton, H. W., 17, 18, 20, 137 
Norton, R., 195 
Norton, T.. 174 
Notides, A., 113 
Notzold, R. A.. 136 
Nourse, H. O., 50 
Nowak, A. v., 33, 37 
Nowakovsky, S., 176 
Nowakovsky, Sophie, 176, 180 
Noweir, T. M.. 106, 112 
Nozieres, P., 110 
Nuchpragoon, C. V., 171 
Nunnally, N. R., 76 
Nunnery, A. W., 192 
Nuspl, S. J., 65 
Nuti, P., 14 
Nyhus, L. M., 193, 195 
Nystrom, R. F., 33 

Oba, J. I., 42 
O'Banion, T., 55 
O'Brien, G. E., 121 
O'Brien, T. J., 24 
O'Bryant, D. C.. 75 
Occolowitz, J., 32 
O'Connell, J., 89 
O'Connor, J. A., 132 
O'Daffer, P. G.. 59 
Odaka, M.. 196 
Odaka, T., 108 
O'Dell, D. A., 62 
Odell, R. T., 13. 15 
Oden, D. L.. 156 
Oeser, A., 13 

Oester, Y. T., 168, 169, 170 
Oestereicher, E.. 127 
Offer, D., 189 
Offner, D. H.. 97 
O'Gara, B. W., 137 



O'Grady, L., 191 

O'Grady. L. F., 172 

Oh, \V., 180 

O'Halloran, T. A., Jr., IDS, 110 

O'Hea, E. K., 18, 20 

Ohlsen, M. M., 55 

Oka. M., 100 

Okada, R., 180 

Okuyama, D., 61 

Oldham, I.. 60 

O'Leary, D. K., 52 

Olech, E., 176, 177 

Olexy, V. M., 167 

Oliphant, C, 156 

Olsen, R. E., 133, 135 

Olson, E. C, 23 

Olson, R. E., 41 

Olver, E. F., 11, 48 

Olwin, J. H., 196 

Omachi. A., 185 

O'Neil, S. R.. 98 

O'Neill, W. D., 142, 152, 153, 

159, 185 
Oppenheimer, J. R., 140 
Oppenheimer, Valerie, 156 
Orbach. R., 156. 
Ordal, Z. J., -2, 73 
Orland, G., 92 
Orme- Johnson W. H., 31 
Ormiston, E. E., 48 
Oryshkevich, R. S., 169, 170 
Osborn, H. A.. 94 
Osborn, J., 55 
Oscari, L. B., 97, 104 
Oschwald, W. R., 12, 13, 15, 

16 
Osgood, C. E.. 121 
Osgood, C. F.. 94 
Ostfeld, A. M., 189 
Oterholm, A.. 12, 7i 
Otis, T. F., Jr., 129 
Otte, F. L..'55 

Otterbacher, A. G., 84, 85, 86 
Ovadia, J., 191 
Overman, A. R., IS 
Owen, R. B., Jr., 140 
Oyasu, R., 179 
Ozerol, N., 86 

Pace, B., 98 
Pace, N. R.. 98 
Pachman, D. J., 181 
Pachmuss, Temira, 125 
Paden, D. W., 50 
Paganin. E. €., 138 
Paine, R., 38 
Paletz, M. D.. 123 
Paliokas, A. M., 35 
Palmer, J. R., 52 
Palmer, R. G., 13 
Paludan, P. S., 83 
Panontin, J. A., 156 
Paolillo. D. J., 24, 25 
Pap, Lucia, T. F., 170 _ 
Paoageorgiou, G., 24, 25, 114 
Papasova, M., 114 
Pappenfort, D., 156 
Parsons, V., 192 
Paquette, L. A., 34 
Paraskevopoulos, J., 6, 71 
Pardee, W. J., Ill, 112 
Paxton, J. D., 115 
Payette, R. F., 52, 54 
Payne, F. D., 123 
Payne, W. \V., 25 
Pearson, R. E., 164, 184 
Peart, R. F., 100 
Pebworth. T.-L., 148 
Peck, N. T., 94 
Peck, R. B., 41 
Peck, T. R., 12, 15, 16 
Peckinpaugh, R. O., 167 
Pecknold, D. A., 43 



Pedersoli, W. M., 138 
Pellicore, R. J., 177 
Peltason, J. W., 117 
Pendleton, J. W., 15, 16 
Penhoet, E., 162 
Penny, W. J., 105 
Penuel, A. M., 128 
Pepper, M., 196 
Pequin, P., 99 
Percival, D. H., 125 
Perkins, A. J., 183, 184 
Perkins, E. G., 72, 7i 
Perkins, W. R., 61, 63 
Perlberg, A., 57, 75 
Perlia, C. P.. 170, 171 
Pero. R. J., 125, 126 
Perou, M., 180 
Perqni, C. L., 169 
Perry, B. E., 43 
Persaud, P. D., 75 
Peshkin, A.. 55 
Peskin, S., 176 
Peter, A. P.. 19 
Peters, D., 54 
Peters, D. B., 14, 15, 16 
Peters, Martha L., 124 
Petersen, R., 98 
Peterson, C. R.. 34 
Peterson, D. R., 121 
Peterson, L. J., 63, 64, 70 
Peterson, Linda, 121 
Peterson, R. E., 106 
Peterson, R. F., 118, 121 
Peterson, R. G., 49 
Peterson, T. B., 87 
Peterson, W. R., 177 
Pethick, C. J., 107, 110 
Petroski, H. J., 130, 131 
Petty, H. B.. 11 
Peverly, J. H., 15 
Pfeffer, T. T., 41 
Pfeifer, R. J., 61 
Pfuetze, K. H., 170 
Phelan, J. J., 155, 156 
Phillips, C. A., 94 
Phillips, D., 55 
Phillips, Ruth B., 139 
Phillips, T. L., 25 
Pick, A., 180 
Pickard, J. R., 132, 135 
Pickrell, J. A., 134, 135, 138 
Pierce, Jan. 119 
Pierce, W. E., 167 
Pierret, R. F., 63, 64 
Pierson, E. S., 146 
Pietra, G. G., 180 
Pietrangeli, Angelina R., 

127, 128 
Pietras, R. J., 167, 169, 170, 

171 
Pifarre, R., 196 
Pike, J. R., 71 

Pildes, Rosita S., 182, 196, 197 
Pillai, T. K., 116 
Pillai, R. N., 96, 155 
Pillay. V. K. G., 168 
Pilz. C. G., 165 
Pindborg. J. J., 176 
Pinder, G. F., 78 
Pingry, R. E., 53, 55 
Pinkham, C, 15 
Pines, D., 110 
Pinsky, S., 112 
Pinter, J. K., 161 
Pinto, J. D., 70 
Piper. D. L., 59 
Pirani, C. L., 170, 180 
Pirkle. W. H., 34 
Pisciotte, J. P., 80 
Pissidis, A. G., 193 
Pitkin, R. M., 160, 174, 175 
Pitlyk, P. J., 195 
Pizzi, W., 188 
Placek, R. J., 75 



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PlaRer, S. J., 89 

Plath, D. W., 21 

Plaut, A. G., 169 

Plusquellec, P. L., 78 

Pluzek, Z., 121 

Pochan, J. M., 31 

Poenaru, V., 93 

Pohndorf, R. H., 104 

Poljak, R. T., 173 

Pollak, V. "E., 169, 170, ISO 

PolHtt, J., 194, 195, 196 

Pollock, G., 187, 189, 190 

Pollock, M. L., 104 

Pondendorf, Ilia, 56 

Poiiez-Mendez, V., 156 

Pope, A. L., 19 

Popovic, N. A., 138 

Poppelbaum, W. J., 44, 45 

Porqueras-Mayo, A., 128 

Porter, Agnes R., 75 

Porter, Laurellen, 117 

Portman, O. W., 181 

Posavac, E. J., 122 

Poske, R. M., 166, 169, 170 

Potter, B., 163, 164, 191 

Pouget, J. M., 166, 170 

Powell, D., 84, 86, 115 

Powell, M. E., 101 

Powrie, J. K., 15 

Prasad, T., 43 

Pratt, G. L., 10 

Prausnitz, J. M., 30 

Preddy, G. F., 64 

Preer, J., 32 

Prendergast, J. D., 43 

Prentiss, P. G., 186 

Preparata, F. P., 47, 60 

Presner, D. S., Z7 

Prewitt, M. A., 184 

Price, G. B., 142 

Price, L. B., 75 

Price, R., 152, 185 

Prince, J. N., 101 

Printen, K. J., 192 

Prior, Jean C., 75 

Pritchard, E. H., 151 

Proctor, N. J., 195 

Propp, J. H., 37 

Propp, Kathleen M., 8, 9 

Prosser, C. L., 114 

Provenzale, R., 29 

Pruzansky, S., 163, 193 

Puchala, D. J., 117 

Puckett, H. B., 11, 48 

Puestow, C. B., 196 

Pulliam, W. E., 83 

Pulpan, H., 100 

Pumper, R. W., 173, 177, 183 

Purcell, K. F., 30 

Purves, A. C., 67 

Putzolu, G. R., 94 

Puzey, G. A.. 10 

Pyle, Marjorie M., 171 

Pyper, J. R., 59 

Quackenbush, L., 176 
Quadagno, J., 71 
Quay. H. €., 38 
Queiler, D. E., 82 
Quigley, S. P., 71 
Quilling, Mary, 57 
Quinn, T. A., 34 
Quirk, R. P., 29 
Quispe M., U., 22 
Quist, K. D., 135, 136 

Raadsveld, C. W., 73 
Raats, P. A. C., 14 
Rabin, M. T., 59 
Rabinowitch, E. I., 24, 25, 114 
Rabushka, S. E., 191, 195 
Rachesky, S., 11 
Racusen, Frances R., 189, 190 
Radosevich, L. G., 110 



Radowsky, A. E., 145 
Radzimovsky, E. I., 97 
Raether, M., 45, 47 
Raffensperger, J. G., 196, 197 
Rafelson, M. E., Jr., 161, 162 
Ragab, M. T. H., 85 
Ragle, J., 57 
Rago, L. J., 26 
Raimon, R. L., 88 
Raimondi, A. J., 174 
Rajagopalan, M., 92, 94, 95 
Rajan, N. S. S., 34 
Rajkumar, T. V., 162 
Ralley, T., 95 
Raman, S., 147 
Rama Rao, B., 150 
Ranalli, G., 100 
Rangan, B. V., 153 
Ranney, H. M., 167 
Ransohoff, D. J., 188 
Rao, G. R., 98 
Rao, M. v., 115, 116 
Rao, R. A., 43 
Rapaport, F. T., 173 
Rappaport, J., 121 
Rapparlie, Evalyn R., 59 
Rasmusen, B. A., 21 
Rasmussen, M., 32 
Rastogi, R. A., 11 
Raubinger, F. M., 55, 56 
Rauch, Irmengard, T) 
Raven, P. H., 25 
Ravenhall, D. G., Ill, 112 
Ray, B. W., 13 
Ray, R. D., 162, 164, 171, 177, 

179 
Ray, S. R., 45, 49 
Razor, J. E., 104 
Ream, N. W., 170, 171 
Rector, R. E., 59 
Reddy, D. C, 152 
Reddy, D. V., 41 
Redenbo, J. M., 114 
Redmann, R. E., 26 
Reed, C. A., 141 
Reel, J. R., 113 
Regnier, E. H., 8, 9, 124 
Reich, J. W., 156 
Reicherts, L. E., Jr., 161 
Reichmann, M. E., 25, 26, 29 
Reid, J. T., 19 
Reid, K. B., Jr., 96 
Reid, S. R., 145 
Reidford, P., 55 
Reighard, J. A., 25 
Reilly, J. R., 133 
Reiner, I., 95 
Reinhart, R. J., 142, 186 
Reisfeld, R. A., 172 
Reisner, R., 89 
Reiss, F. J., 9 
Reiss. T. J., 75 
Reiss; VV. D., 17 
Rejali, H.. 130 
Rekasius, Z. V., 152 
Remini, R. V., 151 
Renfrow, O. W., 59 
Renner, K. E., 122 
Renon, H., 30 
Resch, R., 47 
Rescher, N., 155 
Resek, R. W., SO 
Reyes, €., 174 
Reynolds, H. A., 134, 135, 

137, 138 
Reynolds, R., 160 
Reynolds, S. R. M., 160 
Reynolds, W. A., 175 
Reynolds, W. Ann, 160 
Rezaian, J., 170 
Rhead, C, 189 
Rheault, M. J., 196 
Rhoades, H. E., 134, 135, 138 
Rhodes, A. M., 13, 85 



Rhodes, H. J., 173, 184, 185 
Rhodes, J., 169 
Rice, Robin R., 61 
Richards, A. F., 11 
Richards, E. A., 114 
Richards, G. E., 19 
Richardson, A. E., 174 
Richardson, F. K., 45 
Richardson, Genevieve, 130 
Richardson, J. M., 23 
Richman, R. L., 145 
Richter, C. E., 51 
Rickels, K., 118 
Ricker, J. M., 28 
Ricker, W. E., 70 
Ricks, P., Jr., 175 
Riebe, B. H., 179 
Riegert, J. F., 59 
Rigney, J. A., 9 
Rike, G. E., 91 
Rimawi, W. H., 153 
Rinehart, K. L., Jr., 34, 47 
Rippere, Victoria, 67 
Rishpon-Meyerstein, N., 166, 

168 
Risser, H. E., 100 
Ristic, M., 133, 135, 137, 138 
Ritenour, G. L., 13 
Rittschof, L. W., 51 
Rivera, I., 162 
Rivers, P., 37 
Robbins, F.. 187 
Roberts, A., 155, 156 
Roberts, C. E., Jr., 96 
Robertson, J. A., 61 
Robertson, J. M., 130 
Robichaux J. E., 106 
Robinson, A. R., 41, 42 
Robinson, D. C., 62 
Robinson, D. E., 62 
Robinson, D. S., 95 
Robinson, G. A., 53, 55 
Robinson, Gertrude J., 44 
Robinson, I. M., 48 
Rocek, J., 145 
Roche, J. E., 16 
Roche, T. F., 18, 48 
Roche, T. E., 98 
Rochlin, D. B., 195 
Roderick, M., 51 
Rodewald, G. E., Jr., 9 
Rodgers, L. W., 97 
Rodgers, R. C., 12 
Rodriguez-Coronel, A., 181 
Rodriquez-Erdmann, F., 168 
Roehmann, F. L., 101 
Roepke, H. G., 76 
Roesel, R. W., 180, 196 
Rohan, P. E., 102, 103 
Rohmaller, P. L., 43 
Rohrbaugh, J., 119 
Romack, F. E., 18, 19, 133, 

136, 137 
Roman, Lizbeth J.. 129 
Ronquillo, Maria R., 70 
Root, R. B., 37 
Rorke, L. B., 174 
Roscoe, S. N., 6 
Rose, G. D., 34. 37 
Rose, M.. 32 
Rose N. J., 135, 136 
Roseman, K. A., 183 
Rosen, A. J., 184 
Rosen, C. G., 36 
Rosen, Ellen F., 123 
Rosen, L., 22 

Rosen, S., 55, 75, 169, 170, 180 
Rosenbaum, A. S., 6 
Rosenbaum, M. J., 167 
Rosenbaum, R. L., 113 
Rosenberg, L., 156 
Rosenmann, E., 170, 180 
Rosenthal, B., 69 
Rosenthal, I. M., 165, 182 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 213 



Rosenthal, S. R., 186 
Roskelley, R. W., 9 
Ross, G. L., 13, 15 
Ross, H. H., 70 
Ross, H. L., 26 
Rossi, C. R., 138 
Rossi. G., 173 
Rossi. J. A., 62 
Rostenberg. A., Jr., 164, 184 
Rothermel, B. L., 104 
Rothman, X. J., 95 
Rothmund, P.. 171 
Rotman. J. J.. 95 
Rouser. G., 162 
Rowe, H. G., 55, 56 
Rowitz, L., 189 
Rowland. K. M., 27 
Rowland. T. J., 99, 100 
Rowlands, R. E., 131 
Rowlatt, Ursula F., 183 
Rowlev, D. A., 29, 37 
Rov. P., 7, .8 
Rozenthal. P., 166. 167 
Rubel. L. A., 92. 94, 95 
Rubenstein, A. B., 179 
Rubin, D., 65 
Rubin, M.. 77 
Rubin. S. E., 59 
Rucker, Mary E., 69 
Rudick. J., 195 
Rudolph, L., 167 
Rudy, L. H., 189 
Ruess. A. L., 189 
Rufener, W. H., Jr., 49 
Ruh, R., 153 
Ruksha. A., 169, 170 
Rulon, P. J., 57 
Rundquist, D. E., 106, 112 
Runge, E. C. A., 16 
Runyan, H. J., 148 
Ruoff, A. LaVonne, 148 
Rupp, K., 161 
Rusch, C. ^V., 27 
Russell, T. H.. 136 
Russell, J. K.; 63, 64 
Rutter, W. J., 162 
Rvan. R. J., 161 
Rvan, W. D., 44 
Ryan, W. G., 171 

Saam, W. F., 106, 113 
Saba, T. A., 186 
Saberman, M. X., 178, 179 
Sabet, T. Y., 164, 177 
Sabey, B. R., 16 
Sabshin, M., 187. 189, 190 
Sachan. D. S., 49 
Sacher. R. M., 69 
Sachs, p., 112 
Sackheim, G. I., 145 
Sacks, L. J., 30 
Sadove, M. S., 192, 197 
Sadow. L., 187, 189, 190 
Sadrozinski. H., 155 
Sah, C. T., 63, 64 
Saji, G., 100, 103 
Sakr, A. H.. 161, 162 
Salafskv. B., 1S4 
Salamon. M. B., Ill 
Salem. M. H.. 21 
Saliba. G. S., 167 
Salinas-Madrigal, L., 180 
Salisbury, G. W., 48 
Sallev, J. R., 39 
Salmon, M., 139 
Samachson, J., 162 
Sameh, A. H.. 43 
Sampson. H. T., 63, 102 
Sampson, W. B., 45. 109 
Samter. M., 171, 179 
Samuels, S. M., 94 
Sanathanan, C. K., 152 
Sanchez, T., 156 
Sand, D. S., 44, 45 



Sandage, C. H., 6 
Sandberg, P. A., 77 
Sanders, C., 67 
Sanders. Lois J., 128 
Sanders, P. G., 165 
Sanders, W. J., 56 
Sanderson, G. C., 139 
Sanderson, M. W., 11 
Sanderson, W., 141 
Sandler, Florence R., 148 
Sandler, R., 155 
Sandor, B. I., 131 
Sani, R. L., 35 
Sannuti, P., 61, 62, 65 
Sapienza, A. R., 171 
Sard, R. D.. 106, 108, 111 
Sasaki, K., 35 
Sastry. R. S.. 63 
Sato, K.-I., 95 
Sato, S., 64 
Sattsangi, P. D., 72 
Saunders, G. F., 98 
Saunders. L. S., 44 
Saupe, D. C., 84, 85 
Sauro, L. J., 33 
Saxena, K. M., 115, 116 
Saxena, S. P., 135 
Saxena. V. K., 146 
Saver, G. A., 156 
Savior, P. E., 45 
Scanlan, R. T., 43, 56 
Scapino, R. P., 176 
Schachter. H., 166 
Schafer, E., 106 
Schapiro, A., 106 
Scharlock. D., 188, 190 
Scheick, \V. T.. 67 
Scheidegger, A. E., 100 
Scheidel, T. M.. 128, 129 
Schelhart, Dorothy, 173 
Schelling, G. T., 19. 21 
Schelling. M. E., 139 
Schenck, E. A., 122 
Schertz, D. R., 46 
Scheuch, F., 12 
Scheving, L. E.. 161 
Schey, J. A., 153 
Schier, R. D., n 
Schild, Joyce A., 178 
Schiller. A. G., 134, 136, 137 
Schiller. H. L, 49 
Schilmoeller, N. H., 61, 102 
Schindler. L.. 43 
Schingoethe. D. J., 48 
Schirmer. H. K. A., 194 
Schlafer. J. L., 131 
Schleifer, S., 6 
Schlessinger. L., Ill, 112 
Schlessinger, N., 187, 189, 190 
Schlosser. E., 115 
Schlatter. H. J., 79 
Schmale, T., 165, 167 
Schmid, D., Ill 
Schmid, L. A., 41 
Schmidt. A. J., 160 
Schmidt. A. M., 171 
Schmidt. R. A., 104, 124 
Schmidt. S. C., 9 
Schmitt. P. T., 71 
Schmitz. A., 162 
Schmitz, R. A., 35 
Schmitz, R. Y., 32 
Schmuser, P.. 109 
Schneck. S. A., 174 
Schneewind, J. H.. 197 
Schneider. B. J., 177 
Schnurrenberger, P. R., 135, 

136 
Schoeberle, D. F., 153 
Schoenberg, L. N., 145 
Schoenfeld, H.-M.. 5, 27 
Schofer. T. L., 159 
Scholer. F. R.. 37 
Schonemann, P. H., 122 



Schoolman, H. M., 165 
Schrader. L. E., 13 
Schran, P., 50 
Schrauzer, G. N., 35 
Schreiber, D. S., 156 
Schreiner, A. F., 29 
Schroder, D., 187 
Schroder. D. K., 64, 65 
Schrodt, M. J., 177, 179 
Schroeder, P. W., 82 
Schroeder, Pearl. 129 
Schroeder, W. F., 136 
Schroepfer. G. J., Jr., 35 
Schrohenloher. R. E., 168 
Schruefer, T.,181 
Schuit, K. E., 113 
Schuld. C. L., 98 
Schulman, I., 182 
Schulman. M. P.. 184 
Schultz, A. B., 153, 154 
Schultz, C. B., 77 
Schultz, P. F., 106, 107, 109, 

no 

Schultz, R., 145 
Schultz, R. C. 197 
Schulz, Jeanette, 182 
Schumacher, G. F. B., 177 
Schumer, W., 192, 194, 196, 

197 
Schupp. P. E., 95 
Schurman, D. L., 119 
Schwab, Constance, 185 
Schwart. R. B., 8, 9 
Schwartz, F. D., 168, 169, 173, 

179 
Schwartz, L. L., 156 
Schwartz, Xeena B., 186 
Schwartz, R. K., 55 
Schwartz, T. B., 171, 172 
Schwarz, M., 156 
Schweitzer, X. M. J., 142, 186 
Schwind, P. J., 150 
Schwitzgebel, R., 120 
Sciavolino. F. C., 32 
Scott, C. B., 185 
Scott, D. H., 116 
Scott, H. M., 17. 21 
Scott, J. T., Jr., 7, 8, 9 
Scott, K. G.. 38 
Scott, Marcia S., 38, 123 
Scott, R. E., 117 
Scott. T. A., 156 
Scott, W. E., Jr., 27 
Scott. W. O.. 12, 13, 15, 16 
Scott, W. W;, 194 
Seager. B. C.. 114 
Seago, J. L., 25 
Searle. R., 28 
Sechi-Zorn, B., 105 
Sechrest, L.. 101 
Sechriest. R. E., 11, 12 
Sechrist, C. F., Jr., 64 
Secrest, D., 35, 45 
Sedler, R. A., 82 
See. C.. 188 
Seeds, A. E., 181 
Seehafer. R.. 80 
Sealer, R. A., 181, 182 
Seetisarn, M., 10 
Segal, Evalvn F., 156 
Seere. D.. 135, 136, 137 
Segre, Marianeela, 136, 137 
Seidentop, K. H.. 179 
Sailer, D.. 165 
Seitz, G., 155 
Seitz, L. M., 29 
Seitz, Victoria R., 123 
Sekhon, G. S., 8 
Seligman. I. M., 24 
Seligman. M. E. P., 121 
Selznick, H. M. 70 
Semb, L. S., 196 
Semmel, H., 89 
Sammlow, J. L., 142, 186 



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Sen, L. K., 7, 8 
Sengupta, D. L., 152 
Sennello, L. T., 72 
Sentman, L. H., 7 
Sergiovanni, T. J., 56 
Serrano, Maria E., 181, 182 
Sgoutas, D. S., 72, 73 
Shack, W. A., 141 
Shadaksharappa, K. S., 170 
Shah, H. L., 135 
Shah, S. P., 154 
Shakhashiri, B. Z., 35 
Shakunthala, V., 196, 197 
Shalek, P. D., 28 
Shanas, Ethel, 156 
Shands, H. L., 14 
Shane, H. G., 56 
Shanmugam, A. V., 119 
Shannon, W. W., 156 
Shapiro, A., 107, 110 
Shapiro, J. S., 177 
Shapiro, N. L., 102, 103 
Sharav, Y., 182 
Sharma, R. K., 113 
Sharma, R. R., 156 
Sharma, U. K., 133, 137 
Sharma, V. V., 10 
Sharp, J. T., 171 
Sharp, M. E., 48 
Sharp, P., 29 
Shaw, J. E., 29 
Shaw, L. R., 151 
Shaw, P. D., lis, 116 
Shaw, V. R., 37 
Sheinin, E. B., 183 
Sheldon, W. D., 83 
Shellow, H., 164 
Shelton, K. R., 29, 37 
Shepard, H., 109 
Shepard,, P., 156 
Shepherd, Sandra A., 37 
Sherman, D., 129 
Sherwood, P. J., 37 
Sheving, L. E., 168 
Shiau, R. P., 184, 185 
Shibuya, T., 183 
Shieh, R. C, 7, 153 
Shieh, W. T., 100 
Shimkin, D. B., 22 
Shimkin, Edith M., 22, 124 
Shipkowitz, N. L., 178 
Shipley, J. B., 148 
Shirazi, M. A., 96 
Shirke, J. S., 62 
Shirley, B., 186 
Shirling, E. B., 115 
Shklair, I. L., 161 
Shoeb, A., 182 
Shoemaker, C. W., 195 
Shoemaker, R. L., 31 
Shoemaker, W. C, 192, 

197 
Shomay, D., 143 
Shores, J. H.. 56 
Shoresman, P. B., 51, 56 
Shove, G. C, 10, 11 
Showalter, R. E., 96 
Shriber, 166 
Shriner, T. H., 38, 128 

129 
Shrivastava, T. P., 17 
Shucard, S. C., 43 
Shufeldt, W., 105, 110 
Shugrue, M. F., 52 
Shulman, M., 179, 197 
Shurtleff, M. C, 86 
Shuster, A. A., 105 
Shuster, Susan K., 59 
Shyamala, G., 113 
Sibert, J. VV., 35 
Sibinovic, K. H., 136 
Sibinovic, S., 136 
Siedentop, K. H., 178 
Siegel, I. M., 177, 178 



Siegert, A. J. F., 156 
Siegwarth, D. P., 37 
Siemen, Esther, 83 
Siess, C. P., 39, 40, 41, 

130 
Siiber, E., 180 
Silvela, L., 12 
Silver, B., 164 
Silver, J., 171 
Silverglade, L. B., 176, 177 
Silverman, F. H., 129 
Silverman, J. H., 127 
Silverman, P. H., 139 
Simerl, L. H., 9 
Simmons, R. O., Ill 
Simmons, W. D., 59 
Simon, Ellen M., 139 
Simon, H. A., 146, 147 
Simon, J., 132, 133, 135, 

137, 138 
Simon, J. K., 68 
Simon, J. L., 27 
Simon, R. G., 162 
Simon, Rita, 27, 126 
Simone, J., 166, 168 
Simone, J. V., 181, 182 
Simonich, D., 64 
Simons, R. K., 84, 85 
Simpson, D. W., 156 
Simpson, Elizabeth J., 56 
Simpson, J. D., 91 
Simpson, K., 165 
Simpson, R. H., 52, 56 
Sims, J. T., 27 
Sinai, A. L., 145 
Sinclair, J. B., 116 
Sinclair, J. €., 167, 172 
Sindermann, B. M., 7 
Singer, P. R., 189, 190 
Singh, B. B., 13 
Singh, M., 15, 16 
Singh, S., 73 
Singhal, G. S., 24, 25 
Singhal, Sushila, 86 
Sinhaseni, Sermchitr, 54 
Sinks, T. A., 59 
Sister Elsbernd, Helen, 28 
Sister Smyth, Mary P., 174 
Skadden, D. H., 5 
Skaperdas, D. O., 47 
Skelton, R. S., 35 
Skolnik, E. M., 178, 179 
Skoog, F., 32 
Skornia, H. J., 6, 124 
Skousen, K. F., 5, 6 
Skronn, H. J., 109 
Sky-Peck, H. H., 162, 172 
Skyrms, B. F., 155 
Slate. D. M., 129 
Slater, D. W., 98 
Slaughter, D. P., 190, 193, 

197 
Slaughter, Mary H., 105 
Slayman, H. H., 132 
Sletten, K., 30 
Slichter, C. P., Ill 
Sliepcevich, E. M., 80 
Slife, F. W., 16, 24 
Sloane, H. N., 118 
Slotkin, E., 189 
Slotnick, D. L., 45 
Slottow, H. G., 47, 60 
Slusher, R., 134, 135, 136, 

137 
Small, E., 132, 134, 135, 

137 
Smalley, Barbara M., 44 
Smentowski, F., 32 
Smid, R. J., 28 
Smith, A. E. W., 183 
Smith, A. G., 10 
Smith, B. O., 56 
Smith, C, 169 
Smith, D., 113 



Smith, D. E., 173 

Smith, D. Q., 69 

Smith, Dorothy M., 102, 139 

Smith, E. P., 6 

Smith, F. A., Jr., 131 

Smith, F. R., 52 

Smith, G., 145 

Smith, G. E., 15 

Smith, J. E., Jr., 107 

Smith, J. H., 105, 111, 112, 

116 
Smith, L., 171 
Smith, L. G., 62 
Smith, Margaret A., 46 
Smith, N. D., 150 
Smith, P.H.S., 111 
Smith, P. W., 102, 139 
Smith, R. A., 56 
Smith, R. B., 101 
Smith, R. D., 172 
Smith, R. E., 101 
Smith, Rozella, 54 
Smith, S. G., 35 
Smith, T., 97 
Smith, T. M., 152 
Smith, W. O., Jr., 153 
Smock, H. R., 86 
Smolenski, S. J., 183 
Smuckler, E. A., 193, 195, 

196 
Snider, C. F., 117 
Snider, G. L., 166 
Snooks, I. A., 59 
Snow, J. A., Ill 
Snow, R. J., 101 
Snyder, H. R., 35 
Snyder, J. J., 34, 47 
Snyder, J. N., 45, 109 
Snyder, W. A., 134, 138 
So, K. €., 64 
Sobel, I., 87 
Soble, L. W., 162, 179 
Soboroff, B. J., 178, 179 
Sohn, L. B., 116 
Sohn, Marjorie, 83 
Sokolowski, J. A., 134 
Solaun, M., 126 
Solberg, W. U., 82 
Soloff, A., 187 
Solomon, B. W., 79 
Solomon, D., 190 
Solomon, J., 156 
Solomon, L. M., 163, 164, 

177 
Solomon, M. J., 183 
Soloney, A. C., 173 
Soltys, P., 181 
Solzman, D. M., 150 
Somkin, S. A., 169 
Sommer, W., 5 
Sommers, C. E., 14 
Son, J. S., 37 
Song, Y. T., 103 
Sonnino, T., 110 
Soo, S. L., 97 
Sorensen, G. €., 148 
Sorensen, P., 144 
Sorgente, N., 139 
Souleil, C., 173 
Southwick, H. W., 190, 197 
Southwood, K. E., 127 
Sozen, M. A., 41 
Spaeth, R., 182 
Sparkes, S. R.. 40 
Sparrow, E. M., 146 
Speece, R. E., 39 
Spence. C. C., 82 
Spencer, H., 162 
Spencer, J. S., 51 
Spencer, Patricia W., 86 
Spencer, R. D., 35 
Spencer, R. E., 86 
Spencer, T. J., 119, 123 
Sperling, R., 197 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 215 



Spiegelman, S., 98 
Spiss, L., 17 
Spitze, Hazel T., 56 
Spitze, R. G., 9 
Spitzer. S. P., 126 
Spitznagel, E. L., Jr., 93 
Splittstoesser, W. E., 84, 

85, 86 
Spodek, B., 56 
Sporakowski, M. J., 83 
Sprague, R. L., 38 
Sprenkle, C. M., SO 
Springer, C. H., 75 
Spry, R. J., 46 
Spurrier, Wilma, 186 
Squier, C. A., 177 
Squire, J. R., 65 
Sredl, H. J., 56, 57 
Srinivasan, G. R., 100 
Srinivasan, R., 34 
Srivastava, S. L., 31 
Stack, J. D., Ill 
Stacy, W. T., 112 
Stadhouders, J., 73 
Stake, R. E., 52, 56 
Staley, C. J., 180 
Stallings, W. M., 86 
StaUmeyer, J. E., 41, 42 
Stalnaker, R. C, 103 
Standeford, L. V., 23 
Stanford, M. J., 26 
Stanley, J. T., 99 
Stanley, W. O., 57 
Stannard, L. J., 12 
Stapleton, H. J., 106, 111 
Star, A. D.. 153 
Star, M., 148 
Stark, E. W., 129 
Stark, L., 142, 152, 159, 185, 

186 
Starkey, A. M., Ill, 83 
Starr, C. G., 82 
Starr, T. J., 143 
Staudte, R. G., 96 
Stavrakos, C. 167, 170 
St. Clair, L. E., 136 
Steenmeijer, H. P., 14 
Stefanek, R. G., 61, 65 
Steffensen, D. M., 25 
Stegemeier. H., 79 
Steggerda, F. R.. 114 
Stehney, A. F., 156 
Stehouwer, T., 156 
Steigman, M. J., 190 
Steigmann, F., 161, 171, 195 
Stein, N., 54 
Stein, R., 102 
Steinberg, E. P., 156 
Steinberg, M. P., 72, 73 
Steiner, I. D., 122 
Steiner, T. E., 122 
Steinman, W. M., 38 
Steinri^^er, F.. 107 
Stenberg, C. G., 113 
Stenson, R. H., 91 
Stepto, R. C., 175 
Stern, F. C., 148 
Stern, I. J.. 171 
Stern. K., 180 
Stevens, K. R., 20, 134 
Stevens, R. E.. 91 
Stevenson, F. J., 13 
Steward, J.. 22 
Stidd, B. M., 25, 26 
Stillinger, J., 68 
Stillman, G. E., 62 
Stippes, M. C. 131 
Stock-ley, D. J., 98 
Stockwell, C. W., 60, 123 
Stocum, D. L., 140 
Stoecker, W. F., 97 
Stoikov, v., 88 
Stokes, R., 45 
Stolar, M., 184 



Stoller, E. W., 16 
Stone, D. B., 80 
Stone, R. G., 31 
Stoneburner, R., 71 
Stoneham, A. M., Ill 
Stoner, R., 171 
Storm, G. L., 139 
Stotland, V. G., 105, 110, 113 
Stott, J. P., Ill 
Stout, W. F., 95 
Stout, W. T., Jr., 96 
Stranger, J. H., 62 
Streckert, J. H., 96, 97 
Street, N., 15 
Strehlow, R. A., 7 
Strelka, E., 180, 196 
Strohl, E. L., 192, 193, 196, 

197 
Strom, T. B., 170 
Stronks, J. B., 148 
Stubbs, J. C, 68 
Stucky, G. D., 35 
Studley, W., 71 
Stukel, J. J., 97 
Stupian, G. W., 107 
Sturgal, J. R., 100 
Sturgis, D. H., 28 
Sturmthal, A. F., 88 
Sudman, S., 2T , 129 
Sueblingvong, V., 181 
Sugahara, M., 17, 21 
Sugar, O.. 174 
Sugar, R. L., Ill 
Sula, J. A.. 185 
Sullivan, Constance A., 128 
Sullivan, E. J., 167 
Sullivan, J. D.. Ill 
Summers, G. F., 127 
Sunbury. R. D., 41 
Sundararajan, N. R., 73 
Suomi, M., 106 
Surian, M. A., 194 
Susmano, A., 171 
Sutter, R. P., 162 
Sutterlin, X. S.. 18, 20, 21 
Sutton, R. M., 82 
Suzuki, M., 95 
Suzuki. T., 108, 111 
Suzuki, W. N., 59 
Swanda, J. R., Jr., 26 
Swanson, R. A., 59 
Swanson, R. M., 69 
Swanson, W. P., 45 
S warts, C. L., 181, 182 
Swartz, C, 56 
Swatick, D. S.. 61 
Sweeney, D. C, 140 
Swenberg, C. E., 112 
Swenson; G. H., 134, 135, 138 
Swenson, G. W., Jr., 23 
Swerdlow, M. A., 175, 180 
Swiatek, K. R., 162 
Swift, J. B., 109, 113 
Swirek, S. J., 175 
Switzer. R. L., 35 
Sy, B. G.. 161 
Sy. F., 171 
Svbesma, C, 114 
S'ypherd, P. S., 98 
Szabo, S., 57 
Szalav, L., 24. 25 
Szanto, M., 165, 167, 168 
Szepe, S., 147 
Szirotny, June S., 68 
Szurszewski, J., 114 

Tabak, D., 62, 65 
Taber, M., 126 
Tachau, F., 156 
Taitel, Y., 146 
Takeda, R., 168 
Takeuti, G., 95 
Tallan, N. M., 153 
Talley, W., 186 



Tallman, C. B., 175 

Talmadge, R. L., 90 

Talso, P. J., 196 

Tanaka, Y., 119 

Tandon, H. L. S., 14, 15, 16, 

17 
Tang, D. T., 60 
Tang, S. J. Y., 22 
Tang. T. S., 60 
Tanzini, G., 184 
Tapscott, R. E., 28, 34, 37 
Tardy, M. E., 171, 178, 179 
Tarr, D., 119 
Tasch, A. F., 64 
Tashima, C. K., 171 
Tatro, D. F., 118 
Tatsuoka, M., 52, 57 
Tausig, M., 165 
Tayim, H., 28 
Taylor, A. B., 114 
Taylor, B. A., 95 
Taylor, C. B., 179 
Taylor, C. E., 131 
Taylor, D. P., 115, 116 
Taylor, J. D., 165 
Taylor, J. E., 153 
Taylor, P. L., 138 
Taylor, S. G., Ill, 170, 171 
Taylor, T. N., 143 
Taylor, W. I., 173 
Temperley, N. M., 101 
Tener, G. M., 26 
Teng, C. Y., 167, 171 
Tennenhouse, J., 28 
Tenta, L. T., 178, 179 
Terry, R. M., 135, 136 
Tesca, J., 71 
Teutonico, L. J., 108 
Thaden, E. C, 152 
Thadhani, K. C, 186 
Thakur, T. R., 100 
Thalberg, I., 155 
Thale, Mary, 149 
Thatcher, R. C, 105, 113 
Theil, H., 145 
Thiele, K. G., 162 
Thomas, C. G., 96 
Thomas, D. R., 51, 166 
Thomas, E. N., 159 
Thomas, J. A., 31, 37 
Thomas, J. B., 46 
Thomas, J. F., 108, 111, 113 
Thomas, J. W., 59 
Thomas, P. C, 34 
Thomas, W. A., 77 
Thomason, R., 103 
Thompson, T., 76 
Thompson, M. R., 42 
Thompson, Mary Ruth, 116 
Thompson, V. A., 117 
Thompson, W. N., 8, 9. 124 
Thomson, R. D. B., 125 
Thor, D. E., 172, 173 
Thorat, S. S.. 8 
Thorlev. C. M.. 48 
Thornberry, H. H., 116 
Thornburn, T. H., 42 
Thorne, G., 115 
Thrift, C. B., 172 
Thurmon, J. C, 132, 133, 134, 

136, 137 
Tibbetts. A. M., 68 
Tiecke, R. S., 176 
Tiedeman, D. V., 57 
Tiedemann, C, 150 
Tien, H. Y., 127 
Tikoff, G., 171 
Tilley, Alicia C, 59 
Tillman, Naomi I.., 156 
Tillmanns, E., 150 
Timberlake, J. W., 33 
Timm, U.. 155 
Ting, T. C. T., 154 
Ting, T. W., 95 



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Tinkham, R. A., 57 

Titchener, E. B., 161, 162 

Titus, J. S., 86 

Tobias, J., 73 

Tobin, J. R., Jr., 167, 169, 170, 

171 
Todd, K. S., Jr., 137 
Todd, L. J., 34 
Todorovic, R., 133, 136, 137 
Toft, D., 113 
Tolbert, N. E., 13 
Toledo, R., 12, 73 
Tomlan, P. F., 32 
Tomlinson, R. M., 57 
Tondeur, P. M., 94, 95 
Tondon, P. K., 146 
Tong, H.-c, 100 
Torok, M., 24 
Torok, N., 178, 179 
Torrance, Ellen M., 96 
Torres, H., 174 
Touster, O., 161 
Tracey, R. J., 65 
Trahern, J. B., Jr., 68 
Trancik, R. J., 28 
Traut, E. E., 172 
Travers, K. J., 57 
Trefil, J. S., 112 
Treger, A., 169 
Trekell, Marianna, 104 
Tremonti, L. P., 167 
Triandis, H. C, 119, 122 
Trick, T. N., 47 
Trimble, R. W., 123 
Tripathi, R. K., 115, 116 
Trjitzinsky, W. J., 95 
Trobaugh, F. E., Jr., 162, 172 
Troelstra, A., 142, 186 
Trosman, H., 189 
Trott, W. R., 96 
Trower, Katherine B., 69 
Trower, W. B., 45 
Truitt, W. J., 51 
Tsagaris, T. J., 171 
Tsai, R., 31 
Tsai, S. W., 154 
Tsang, F. Y., 33 
Tsibris, J. C. M., 31 
Tsoulfanidis, N., 103 
Tsui, J. B. Y., 61 
Tsuzuki, T., 109 
Tuck, S., Jr., 185 
Tucker, L. R., 122 
Tucker, M. T., 83 
Tucker, T. J., 188, 190 
Tucker, W. R., 171, 172 
Tuckey, S. L., 73 
Tufo, H. M., 189 
Turino, G. M., 169 
Turnbull, R. J., 64 
Turnbull, R. T., 18S 
Turner, B. L., 25 
Turner, I. R., 172 
Tuveson. R. W., 25 
Twardock, A. R., 20, 137 
Twersky, V., 155 
Tyler, T. A., 156 
Tyner, E. H., 13, 16 
Tzeng, K. K., 60 

Udani, K. H., 72, 73 
Uddin, D. E., 162 
Uden, L., 167 
Uhl, J. J., Jr., 95 
Uhlhorn, R. W., 61 
Ullmann, L. P., 122 
Ullstrup, A. J., 115 
Unger, P. N., 180 
Unna, K. R., 181, 184 
Unzicker, J, D., 12 
Uphaus, R. A., 183, 184 
Urist, M. J., 176 
Uroff, B., 82 



Uroff, Margaret D., 129 
Utz, W. J., Jr., 44 
Uzgiris, v., 114 

Valaitis, J., 180 

Valavanis, V., 161 

Valencia, Willa F., 69 

Valentin, R. A., 153 

Valentine, R., 162 

Valeri, C. R., 195 

Valvassori, G. E., 191 

Van Alten, P. J., 160 

Van Arsdell, P. M., 72 

VanBlaricum, G. F., Jr., 63, 65 

Van Buer, F. D., 51 

Vandemark, J. S., 84, 85, 86 

VanDemark, N. L., 48 

Van Den Daele, L. D., 83 

Vandeputte, J. M., 10 

Vanderbeke, Lois M., 59 

VanderHart, D. L., 31, 37 

VanderZwaag, H. J., 104 

Van Deventer, C. F., 83 

Van Duyne, Frances O., 83 

Van Dyke, C. G., 116 

Vanecko, J. J., 156 

van Elk, J., 180 

Van Etten, J. L., 115 

van Landuyt, J., 100 

Van Lear, G. E., 34 

VanLith, R., 171 

Van Nord, Joan E., 90 

Van Pelt, J. D., 190 

Van Rossen, D. P., 105 

Van Thyne, R. J., 153 

Van Vleet, T. F., 137 

Varga, B. B., 156 

Vary, J. C, 99 

Vass, A., 171 

Vassiliou, v., 122 

Vatthauer, R. J., 21 

Vaughan, R. W., 30 

Vaughn, G. M., 57 

Vavra, J., 137 

Vazirani, S. J., 176 

Veach, S. R., 172, 173 

Velan, Y. C., 75 

Velasquez, F., 170, 180 

Verdeyen, J. T., 60, 64 

Verhey, L. J., 113 

Vernetti, F. J., 14 

Vertel, R. M., 170 

Vesely. VV. E., Jr., 103 

Vest, E. B., 149 

Vezzetti. D. T., 156 

Via, J. A., 69 

Vicebeck, R., 54 

Vicher, E. E., 173 

Vieth, F., 167 

Vigeron, F. R., 131 

Villa, F., 171 

Vincent, C. A., 32 

Vincenti, W. G., 146 

Vine, A., 119 

Visotsky, H. M., 190 

Vitetta, E. S., 143 

Vivian, Virginia M., 83 

Vlasak, R. F., 59 

Void, B. S., 99 

von Foerster, H. M., 63, 64 

von Lehmden-Maslin, Alys, 

136, 138 
Von Meerwall, E., 156 
VonRiesen, R. D., 92 
Vose, D. A., 9 
Vucinich, A., 127 

Wade, M. G., 104, 124 
Wagman, M., 122 
Wagner, C. A., 113 
Wagner, M., 143 
Wagner, M. M., 9 
Wahl, F. M., n, 78 
Wahl, H., 109 



Waineo, D. K., 63 
Waitt, W. P., 17 
Wake, Marvalee H., 144 
Wakeland, H. L., 65 
Waldbauer, G. P., 70 
Waldrof, W., 179, 191 
Waldstein, S. S., 165 
Wales, H. G., 153 
Walker, B. L., 72, 73 
Walker, C. T., 110 
Walker, I. M., 30 
Walker, J. L., 57 
Walker, R. W., 57 
Walker, W. E., 173 
Walker, W. H., 42 
Walker, W. M., 12, 15, 16 
Wallace, D. A., 163 
Wallace, J. D., 103 
Wallace, K. R., 129 
Wallach, L., 43 
Waller, R. A., 82 
Wallhaus, R. A., 97 
Wallner, L. J., 179 
Wallo, E. M., 130 
Walsh, B., 94 
Walter, H., 141 
Walter, R. I., 145 
Walters, C. F., 39 
Walters, J. F., 108 
Walters, O. S., 81 
Walters, W. B., 3 
Wang, G.-T., 138 
Wang, H.-C., 131 
Wangler, T. P., 106, 110 
Ward, H., 166 
Wardrop, J. L., 57 
Ware, G. W., 85 
Warner, R. L., 17 
Warnock, W. W., 23 
Warren, Sue Allen, 190 
Warshaw, S. I., 106 
Washington, E. D., 59 
Wasserman, R. R., 169, 170 
Wasson, R. H., 68 
Waterhouse, J. P., 177 
Watermeier, D. J., 129 
Waters, J. F., 45, 46 
Watrach, A. M., 134, 135, 138 
Watrach, Marian, 134 
Watson, W. W., 147 
Wallenberg, A., 105, 112 
Wax, L. M., 14, IS, 16 
Wayland, B. B., 29 
Wayman, C. M., 100 
Weaver, L., 110 
Webb, R. S., 195 
Weber, C, 5 
Weber, G., 35 
Weber, L. J., 133, 135 
Weber, W. €., 96 
Webster, J. A., 145 
Webster, L. A., 42, 43 
Wedekind, G. L., 97 
Wedderburn, O., 156 
Wedding, B., 109 
Weeks, R. W., II, 131 
Weger, R. C., 96 
Weggel, J. R., 43 
Wehring, B. W., 102, 103 
Wehunt, E. J., 115 
Wei, S. H. Y., 150, 182 
Weinberg, J., 190 
Weinberg, M., 194, 197 
Weinberg, M. S., 165 
Weinman, D., 135 
Weinstein, L., 169 
Weir, M. W., 120, 123 
Weir, W. C, 19 
Weirauch, D. F., 28 
Weiser, L. A., 51 
Weiss, A. O., 10 
Weiss, D. J., 119 
Weiss, M. B., 163 
Weiss, S. A., 149 



INDEX TO AUTHORS 217 



Weitlaner, B., 141 
Welch, L. F., 13. 16 
Welcker, P. S., 34 
Weldon, D., 108 
Weller, A. S., 23 
Weller, C. M., 75 
Weller, R. O., 193 
Wells, W. L., 29 
Welsh, W. A., Jr., 42 
Wendel, R. M., 194 
Wendell, P. W., 181 
Wendker, H., 23 
Wenzel, H. G., Jr., 42 
Werble, Beatrice, 187 
Werry, J. S., 38 
Wert, C. A., 100 
West, C. K., 57 
West, H. H., 41 
Weston, P., 64 
Weygandt, J. J., 6 
Wheatley, J. C, 106, 110 
Wheeler, E., 56 
Whimbey, A., 57 
Whisler, F. D., 14, 15, 16 
Whisler, T., 144 
Whisler. W. W., 161 
Whitaker, T. W., 13, 85 
White, G. W., 78 
White, J. D., 63, 64 
Wliite, J. R.. 174 
White, L. W., 90 
White, R. C, 90 
Whitecotton. J. W., 22 
Whitehead, E. D., 194 
Whitehorn, W. V., 164, 186 
Whitman, M. A., 38 
Whitmore, J., 105, 110 
Whitney, G., 161 
Whitney, R. McL., 73 
Wichiarajote, N. K., 59 
Wicholas, M., 29. 30 
Wickler, W., 160 
Widera, O. E., 154 
Widmer, R. E., 84 
Widra, A., 173, 185 
Wiesinger. F. P., 141 
Wiggins, J. S., 123 
Wiggins, Nancy. 123 
Wiggishoff, C. C., 194, 197 
Wight, Mary M., 69 
Wijsman, R. A., 95 
Wildman, E., 149 
Wiley, J. F., 105 
Wilken, D. F., 8, 9 
Wilkie, B., 68 
Wilkie, D. F., 63 
Wilkinson, D. R., 115 
Wilkinson. S. R., 16 
Wille, L. Jane, 156 
Willerman, M., 59 
Willett, Maurita, 149 
Willey, R. B., 144 
Willey, Ruth L., 144 
Williams, B. T., 97, 104 
Williams. D. E., 129 
Williams, D. L., 57 
Williams, D. T., Jr., 58 
Williams, E. B., 84 
Williams, F. v., 62 
Williams, G. A., 172 
Williams, H. L., 168 
Williams, H. S., 193 
Williams, Judith O., 114 
Williams, K. E., 13, 15 
Williams, M., 189, 190 
Williams, R., 193 
Williams, S. W., 9 
Williams. T. H., 5 
Williams, W. P., 25 
Williams, W. S.. 112 
Williamson, H. F., Jr., 51 
Williamson, J. W., 54, 169, 192 
Williamson, M., 70 
Williamson, R., 69 



Willis, J. S., 114 
Willman, H. B., 17 
Willrich, K. L., 190 
Willson, H. B., 79 
Wilsey, C. E., 58 
Wilson, C. M., 16 
Wilson, D. M., 168 
Wilson, H. K., 73 
Wilson, M. C, 11 
Wilson, N. A., 44 
Wilson, R. H., 24 
Wilson, S. M., 196 
Wilson, W., 129, 130 
Wilson, W. L., 195 
Wimmer, E., 25, 26, 29 
Wine, M., 149 
Winegardner, D. K., 35 
Wineinger, D. M., 178, 179 
Wing, R., 5 
Winkelhake, C. A., 22 
Winn, H. E., 139 
Winsberg, L., 156 
Winter, S. R., 15 
Winter, W. L., Jr., 44 
Winters, W. D., 173 
Winterbauer, W. L., Jr., 97 
Wise, S. W., Jr.,- 11 
Wisniewski, E. E., 60, 64 
Wisniewski, T. J., 132 
Witter, L. D., 12, 73 
Witting, L. A., 161, 162 
Wittrup, R. C, 54 
Witz, K. G., 94, 95 
Witz, R. L.. 10 
Wodarczyk, M., 190 
Woerner. J. L., 10 
Woese, C. R., 99 
Wojcik, A., 47 
Wolf, A., 174, 186 
Wolf, J. B., 152 
Wolf, Theta H.. 159 
Wolfe, L. G., 180 
Wolfe. R. S., 35, 47, 99 
Wolff, J. L., 58 
Wolfson. B., 56 
Wolin, M. J., 49 
Wolinsky, J., 186 
WoIIersheim, J., 71 
Wollersheim, Janet P., 124 
Wolsky, G., 105 
Welter, J. M., 170, 171 
Wolverton, R. E., 43 
Wong, C. Y., 73 
Woo, C.-W.. 110 
Wood, G. v., 95 
Wood, J. M., 35, 99 
Woodmansee, D. E., 37 
Woodring, R. E.. 41 
Woods, G. T., IS. 133, 134, 

135, 137, 138 
Woody, R. W., 36 
Woodyard, J. D., 144 
Woolley, D. E., 129 
Woolley, ISIary Lynn J., 68 
Workman, J. P., 129 
Worland. M. C.. 178 
Worley, W. J., 131 
Worthen. L. E., 142 
Wortis, M., 112 
Wortman, J. P., 59 
Wortman, R. H., 42 
Wragg, L. E., 195 
Wray, €., Ill 
Wright. E. W., 39 
Wright, Elizabeth V., 66, 149 
Wright. G. E., 183 
Wright, T. A., Ill, 112 
Wright, R. H., 62, 63 
Wright, R. N., 41, 42 
Wright, W., 71 
Wu, C, 97 
Wu, C. H., 154 
Wu, H. M., 162, 172 
Wuttig, M., 99 



Wyatt, K. E., 59 
Wyatt, S. P., Jr., 23 
Wyer, R. S., Jr., 156 
Wyld, H. W.. Jr., Ill, 112 
Wyllie, J. H., 195 
Wyman, M. E.. 102, 103 
Wynn, R. M., 175 

Yaeger, J. A., 162, 179 
Yajima, S., 45 
Yakulis, V., 165, 167 
Yale, S. H., 163 
Yamada. T., 109 
Yamashita, E., 63 
Yamazaki, R. Y., 13 
Yang, C. Y., 6 
Yang, J. H., 73 
Yang. K. S.. 23 
Yankwich, P. E., 36 
Yao, J. T. P., 41 
Yao, S. T., 197 
Yardley, J. T., 36 
Yarzagaray, L., 174 
Yashon, D., 174 
Yasugi, M., 95 
Yates, J. W., 169 
Yavin, A. I., 106, 112 
Yeatman, F. R., 42 
Yeh, K. C., 62, 63, 64 
Yen, B. C, 42 
Yen, B. T., 41 
Yen, S.-M., 7, 46 
Yerke, R. L., 110 
Yett, D. E., 87 
Yeung, P., 51 
Yokoyama, T., 196 
Yomomoto, A., 162 
Yoon, D. N., 112 
Yoss, K. M., 23 
Young, A. H., 176 
Young, B. A., HI 
Young, J. N., 89 
Young, P. T., 123 
Younglove, R. M., 135, 136 
Youngren, J. A., 133, 138 
Youssef. S., 192 
Yu, G. T., 117 
Yuan, R. L., 131 
Yunis, A. A., 172 
Yuvviler, A., 120 

Zabriskie, N. B., 92 
Zaccaria, J. S., 55, 58 
Zaccheo, T. J., 169 
Zahrobsky, R. F., 150 
Zajtchuk. R., 192, 197 
Zak, A. R.. 7 
Zalewski. S.. 12 
Zappacosta, S., 173 
Zax. M., 121 
Zeigler, E. F., 104 
Zeineh. R. A., 195, 196 
Zelkowitz, L., 172 
Zellner, A., 50 
Zemlin, W. R., 38, 128, 129 
Zimmerman, E. G., 139 
Zimmerman, J. E., 18, 19, 135 
Zimmerman, Marilyn P., 101 
Zimmerman, V., Ill 
Zimmerman, V. K., 5 
Zimmermann. W., 155 
Zinzilieta, Marcella, 18, 135, 

138 
Ziolkowski, F. P., 65 
Zogg, C. A., 48 
Zschocke, R. H., 164, 165, 167 
Zuber, B. L., 142, 186 
Zuckerman, A., 136 
Zuidema, R. T., 22 
Zumdahl. S. S., 30, 37 
Zurier, R. B., 168 
Zwicky. A. M., 92 
Zych, C. C, 84, 85, 86 




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COVER: 

ISLAND BEACH, by Edward Betts 
Painting in acrylic polymer, 18" x 24" 

Edward Betts, Professor of Art at the University 
of Illinois, holds a B.A. degree in History of Art 
from Yale University and an M.F.A. in Painting 
from the University of Illinois. 

He has been represented in virtually every im- 
portant national exhibition, including the Cor- 
coran Biennials of Contemporary American 
Painting, American Painting Today at the Metro- 
politan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum An- 
nual, Brooklyn Museum International Watercolor 
Exhibitions, Pennsylvania Academy Annuals, and 
the National Institute of Arts and Letters, as well 
as international exchange exhibitions in England, 
Brazil, Mexico, and Japan. He has held eighteen 
one-man shows in New York City, Chicago, Bos- 
ton, Philadelphia, and Exeter, N.H. 

Among the major awards he has received are 
the $2000 First Altman Landscape Prize at the 
National Academy of Design in 1957, 1959, and 
again in 1966; Silver Medals of Honor at the 
American Watercolor Society exhibitions in 1953 
and 1959; California Watercolor Society Pur- 
chase Award in 1957, and two medals at the Phil- 
adelphia Watercolor Club in 1954 and 1955. 

Paintings by Mr. Betts are included in the per- 
manent collections of the Fogg Museum of Art, 
National Academy of Design, Butler Institute of 
American Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 
Atlanta University, La Jolla Art Center, the 
Walter Chrysler Art Museum, and others. 

The subject matter of Mr. Betts' paintings is 
almost exclusively the coast of Maine, where he 
spends his summers. 



Cover design: R. PERLMAN 



UNIVERSirr OF ILLINOIS annual list 



January 1 through December 31, 1969 



PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY 

and titles of doctoral dissertations 



published by 

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH BOARD, GRADUATE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA AND CHICAGO 



CONTENTS 



This record of the publications of the University of Illinois staff for the calendar 
year 1969 vv^as compiled from reports submitted by staff members to their depart- 
ments. It includes titles of doctoral dissertations submitted during the year. It 
does not include classroom materials, committee reports, departmental reports, or 
other material whose distribution is restricted or limited. 



URBANA, 5-160 

Accountancy, 5 

Administrative Data Processing, 6 

Advertising, 6 

Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, 6 

Agricultural Economics, 8 

Agricultural Engineering, 11 

Agricultural Entomology, 12 

Agriculture Administration, 12 

Agronomy, 13 

Animal Science. 19 

Anthropology, 23 

Architecture, 24 

Art, 24 

Astronomy, 24 

Atmospheric Research, 25 

Biology, 25 

Biophysics, 26 

Botany, 26 

Busin-ess Administration, 21 

Center for Advanced Study, 28 

Ceramic Engineering, 29 

Chemistry, including Chemical Engineering and 
Chemical Physics, 30 

Children's Research Center, 41 

Civil Engineering, including Sanitary Engi- 
neering, 41 

Classical and European Culture ^Museum, 47 

Classics, 47 _ 

Communications, 48 

Community Planning, 49 

Comparative Literature, 49 

Computer Science, 49 

Coordinated Science Laboratory, 51 

Dairy Science, 55 

Dean of Students' Office, 56 

Economic and Business Research, 56 

Economics, 56 

Education, including Educational Research, 51 

Electrical Engineering, 67 

Engineering Administration. 74 

English, 74 

Entomology, 79 

Exceptional Children. Research on, 80 

Finance, 81 

Food Science, 82 

Forestry, 84 

French, 85 

General Engineering. 86 

General Studies, 86 

Genetics, 86 

Geography, 86 

Geology, 87 

Germanic Languages and Literatures, 88 

Government and Public Affairs, 90 

(Iraduate College, 91 

Health and Safety Education, 91 

Health Service, 92 

History, 92 

Home Economics, 94 

Horticulture, 95 

Institutional Research, 98 

Instructional Resources, 98 

Journalism, 99 

Labor and Industrial Relations, 99 

Law, 100 

Library, 102 

Library Research Center, 103 

Library Science, 103 

Linguistics, 104 

Marketing. 105 

Mathematics, 105 

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 110 

Metallurgy and Mining Engineering, 113 

Microbiology, 115 



Music, 117 

Natural History Museum, 118 
Nuclear Engineering, 119 
Nutritional Sciences, 120 
Philosophy, 120 

Physical Education for Men, 121 
Physical Education for Women, 122 
Physics, 122 

Physiology and Biophysics, 131 
Plant Pathology, 133 
Political Science, 135 
President's Office, 137 
Psychology, 137 

Recreation and Park Administration, 143 
Russian and East European Center, 144 
School and College Relations, 144 
Slavic Languages and Literatures, 144 
Social Work, 145 
'Sociology, 145 

Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, 146 
Speech, 148 
Statistics, 149 

Survey Research Laboratory, 149 
Theatre, 150 

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 150 
University Extension, 151 
Urban Planning, 152 
Veterinary Medicine, 152 
Vice President's Office, 157 
Zoology, 157 
Zoonoses Research, 160 

CHICAGO CIRCLE, 161-183 

Accounting, 161 

Anthropology, 161 

Architecture. 161 

Bioengineering, 161 

Biological Sciences, 162 

Business Administration, Marketing, 164 

Chemistry, 164 

Classics, 166 

Computer Center, 165 

Criminal Justice, Administration of, 166 

Economics, 166 

Education, 166 

Energy Engineering, 167 

Engineering Administration, 168 

English, 168 

French, 170 

Geological Sciences, 170 

German, 170 

Graduate College. 171 

Health Service. 171 

History, 172 

Information Engineering, 172 

Instructional Resources, 173 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Administration, 

Library, 173 

Management, 173 

Materials Engineering, 174 

Mathematics. 175 

Philosophy, 176 

Physical Education for Men, 176 

Physical Education for Women, 177 

Phvsics. 177 

Political Science, 178 

Psychology, 179 

Quantitative Methods, 180 

Slavic Languages and Literatures, 180 

Social Work, 180 

Sociology, 180 

Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, 181 

Speech and Theatre, 181 

Student Counseling Service, 182 

Systems Engineering, 182 



CONTENTS (Continued) 



CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER, 184-220 

Anatomy, 184 

Associated Medical Services, 184 

Biological Chemistry, 184 

Craniofacial Anomalies, 186 

Dental Administration, 187 

Dental Histology, 187 

Dental Radiology, 187 

Dermatology, 187 

Educational Development, 188 

Endodontics, 188 

Medical Social Work, 188 

Medicine, 188 

Microbiology, 194 

Neurology and Neurological Surgery, 196 

Nursing, 197 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 197 

Ophthalmology, 198 

Oral Anatomy, 198 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 199 



Oral Diagnosis, 198 

Oral Pathology, 199 

Orthodontics, 200 

Orthopaedic Surgery, 200 

Otolaryngology, 201 

Pathology, 202 

Pediatrics, 205 

Periodontics, 205 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 205 

Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology, 206 

Pharmacology, 207 

Pharmacy, 208 

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 208 

Physiology, 208 

Preventive Medicine and Community 

Health, 209 
Prosthodontics, 211 
Psychiatry, 211 
Radiology, 214 
Surgery, 215 



URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 



ACCOUNTANCY 

BEDFORD, NORTON M., Professor 

Articles 

With L. C. Lee 
An information theory analysis of the account- 
ing process. The Accounting Review, 44: 
256-75. 
Educational preparation for the CPA exami- 
nation. In Proceedings of 196S annual 
meeting of National Association of State 
Boards of Accountancy, American Institute 
of CPAs, pp. 18-23. 

With Nikolai G. Chwnachenko 

Some distinctive aspects of accounting in the 
USSR. The International Jourtial of Ac- 
countancy, 4:29AQ. 
Interaction between financial accounting and 
economic development. In International De- 
velopment. 1968, ed. by John H. Adler, 
Oceans Publications, Dobbs Ferry, New 
York, pp. 326-30. 

BRIGHTON, GERALD D., Professor 
Articles 

Accrued expense tax reform. The Accounting 
Review, 44, 1:137-44. 

Reserve for bad debts. Taxation for Accoun- 
tants, 4, 2:112-17. 

Choosing the correct treatment for subdivider 
utility deposit refunds. Journal of Taxation, 
31, 3:174-77. 

Bad debt deductions of officer-stockholders. 
Journal of Accountancy, 128, 3:49-55. 

With R. G. Frick 
Auditing and reporting requirements for local 
governmental units in the State of Illinois. 
The Illinois CPA, 32, 2:47-58. 

DESKINS, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 
Reviews 

Integrated simulation, by W. Nye Smith, 
Elmer E. Estey and Ellsworth F. Vines. 
The Accounting Review, 44, 4:870-71. 

DICKEY, ROBERT I., Professor 

Articles 

Some observations on "direct costing" in the 
United States. In Betriebswirtschaftliche 
Forschung in internationaler Sicht, Fest- 
schrift fiir Erich Kosiol, ed. by Heinrich 
Kloidt, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, pp. 
371-87. 

FESS, PHILIP E., Professor 

Books 

PVith C. R. Niswonger 

Accounting principles (tenth edition/). South- 
western Publishing Co., Inc., Cincinnati, 
853 pp. 
Articles 

The variable (direct) costing concept in per- 
spective. Management Accounting, 50, 8: 
21-23. 
Status of accounting education. Management 

Accounting, 50, 8:7. 
O conceito em perspectiva de custeio 
VARIAVEL (directo). Jornal do Tecnico 
de contas e da Empresa, 31, 1:1-3. 
With J. J. Weygandt 

Cash flow presentations: trends, recommenda- 
tions. Journal of Accountancy, 128, 2:52-59. 
The funds statement: trends and recommenda- 
tions. The Neiv York CPA, 39, 2:120-24. 
More restrictive use of term "cash-flow earn- 
ings." Journal of Accountancy, 128, 6-25. 



MAUTZ, ROBERT K., Professor 

Books 

With D. E. Kieso, C. A. Moyer 

Intermediate principles of accounting. John 
Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 825 pp. 

Articles 

The problems of users and preparers in finan- 
cial reporting. In Corporate financial re- 
porting: conflicts and challenges, ed. by 
John C. Burton, American Institute of Cer- 
tified Public Accountants, Inc., New York, 
pp. 15-24. 
Financial reporting by diversified companies 
— • a case study in accounting research. In 
Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung in inter- 
nationaler Sicht, Festschrift fiir Erich 
Kosiol, ed. by Heinrich Kloidt, Duncker & 
Humblot, Berlin, pp. 533-50. 

With K. F. Skousen 

Some problems in empirical research in ac- 
counting. The Accounting Reviezv, 44, 3: 
447-56. 

MOYER, C. A., Professor 
Books 

With D. E. Kieso, R. K. Mauts 

Intermediate principles of accounting. John 
Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 825 pp. 

NEUMANN, FREDERICK L., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

The incidence and nature of consistency ex- 
ceptions. The Accounting Review, 44, 3: 
546-54. 
The auditing standard of consistency. Em- 
perical Research in Accounting: Selected 
Studies 1968, pp. 1-17. 

REVSINE, LAWRENCE S., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Some controversy concerning "controversial 
accounting changes." The Accounting Re- 
view, 44, 2:354-58. 
General purpose reports and users' data needs. 
Financial Analysts Journal, 25, 5:37-46. 
Reviews 
Intermediate accounting, by Walter B. Meigs, 
Charles E. Johnson, Thomas F. Keller, and 
A. N. Mosich. The Accounting Review, 44, 
4:863-65. 

SCHOENFELD, HANNS-MARTIN W., 

Professor 
Books 

Grundlagen des rechnungswesens (revised 
2nd ed.). C. E. Poeschel Verlag, Stuttgart, 
147 pp. 
Articles 

Die anwendung statistischer methoden in der 
kostenrechnung. Kostenrechnungspraxis, De- 
cember, 1968: 245-254; February, 1969: 
19-24. 

Comments on "international accounting iri an 
inflationary economy." The Internaticnial 
Journal of Accounting Education and Re- 
search, 4, 1:165-68. 

Some special accounting problems of multi- 
national enterprises. Management Interna- 
tional, 9, 4/5 :3-20. 
Reviews 

Wertanalyse, by G. Kourim. VDl-Zeitschrift, 
23:1664. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Carpenter, Charles G. (E. J. DeMaris, Adviser), 



6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



An analysis of the accounting provisions of 
the model business corporation act. 

Davis, Paul M. (C. A. Moyer, Adviser), Criti- 
cal issues in the interstate taxation of business 
income. 

Dermer, Joseph D. (H. Schoenfeld, Adviser), 
Adaptive investment planning: formulation, 
analysis, and implications. 

Dockweiler, Raymond C. (R. K. Mautz, Ad- 
viser), The practicability of reporting his- 
torical cost, adjusted historical cost, and re- 
placement cost data in a single set of financial 
statements: a case study. 

Johnson, Alan P. (E. J. DeMaris, Adviser), A 
comparative study of auditing standards in 
Australia, Canada, England, and the United 
States. 

Lahey, James M. (C. A. Moyer, Adviser), Evo- 
lution of the concept of an audit in authorita- 
tive professional literature. 

Needles, Belverd E., Jr. (W. E. Thomas, Ad- 
viser), Application of the single information 
flow concept to the hospital industry. 

Stallman, James C. (R. K. Mautz, Adviser), 
The effects of divisional income data on in- 
vestors' decisions. 

Swieringa, Robert J. (R. K. Mautz, Adviser), 
An inquiry into the nature and feasibility of 
a sociometric analysis of internal control. 

Trine, Joe A. (H. Schoenfeld, Adviser), An in- 
quiry into the nature of accounting, the nature 
of management science, and their relationship. 

Wheeler, James E. (C. A. Moyer, Adviser), An 
historical examination and analysis of the 
effects of the depreciation deduction and the 
investment tax credit on financial reporting. 

White, Thomas D. (V. K. Zimmerman, Ad- 
viser), Accounting theories of the Securities 
and Exchange Commission as primarily re- 
vealed by its official decisions and reports. 

Will, Hartmut J. (N. M. Bedford, Adviser), A 
critical analysis of the assumptions underlying 
selected managerial accounting models : an in- 
formation systems approach. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DATA PROCESSING 

CHANEY, JOHN F., Professor 

Articles 

Organizing for administrative-systems-analysis 
data processing. In Management iyiforma- 
Hon systems in higher education: the state 
of the art, ed. by Charles B. Johnson and 
William G. Katzenmeyer, Duke University 
Press, Durham, North Carolina, pp. 42-58. 
Data management and interrelated data sys- 
tems for higher education. In Management 
information systems: their development and 
application to the administration of higher 
education, ed. by John Minter and Ben 
Lawrence, Western Interstate Commission 
for Higher Education, Denver, Colorado, 
pp. 17-28. 

CZAJKOWSKI, PETER J., Management 
Methods Analyst 

Articles 

With L. J. Restall 

Computation of LIFO INDEX, a statistical 
sampling approach. Management Account- 
ing, 51, 3:43-48. 

WALLHAUS, ROBERT A., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

Modeling for higher education administration 



and management. In Management informa- 
tion systems in higher education: the state 
of the art. ed. by Charles B. Johnson and 
William G. Katzenmeyer, Duke University 
Press, Durham, North Carolina, pp. 125-44. 



ADVERTISING 

BARBAN, ARNOLD M., Associate Professor 
Articles 

The dilemma of "integrated" advertising. The 
Journal of Btisiness, 42, 4:477-96. 
With J. J. Belson 

Riesman's social character theory and maga- 
zine preference. Journalism Quarterly, 46, 
4:713-20. 
Reviews 

Sales promotion and modern merchandising, 
by John Luick and William Ziegler. Jour- 
nalism Quarterly, 46, 2:379-80. 

DUNN, S. WATSON, Professor 

Books 

Advertising: its role in modern marketing 
(rev. ed.). Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 
New York, 615 pp. 

Reviews 

Advertising measurement and decision mak- 
ing, by Patrick J. Robinson, Homer Dalbey 
and Yoram Wind. Journalism Quarterly, 
46, 2:380. 

STEWART, DANIEL K., Visiting Lecturer 
Books 

The psychology of communication. Funk and 



Wagnalls, New York, 201 pp. 



AERONAUTICAL AND ASTRONAUTICAL 
ENGINEERING 

BOND, CHARLES E., Associate Professor 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With D. N. Wickersheim 

Supersonic electric arcs in sulfur hexafluoride. 
Project SQUID Report ILL-19-PU, Purdue 
University, Lafayette, Indiana. 
The sawtooth column of the supersonic elec- 
tric arc in sulfur hexafluoride. Ibid., ILL- 
20-PU. 

KARR, GERALD R., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With S.-M. Yen 

Aerodynamic torque on a spinning spherical 
satellite with application to measurement of 
accommodation coefficients. Astronautica 
ACTA. 14:l3\-42. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

A study of eft"ects of the gas-surface interac- 
tion on spinning convex bodies with appli- 
cation to satellite experiments. Coordinated 
Science Laboratory, Report R-435, Univer- 
sity of Illinois, Urbana, 153 pp. 

KRIER, HERMAN, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With M. Summerfield, E. W. Price 

Entropy waves produced in oscillatory com- 
bustion of solid propellants. American In- 
stitute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 7, 
11:2079-86. 

PVith M. Summerfield 

Role of aluminum in suppressing instability in 
solid propellants rocket motors. In Prob- 



URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 7 



lems of hydrodynamics and continuum me- 
chanics, ed. by L. I. Sedov, Society for 
Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Phila- 
delphia, pp. 703-17. 

LIN, Y. K., Professor 

Articles 

With T. J. McDaniel 

Dynamics of beam type periodic structures. 
Journal of Engineering for Industry, Amer- 
ican Society of Mechanical Engineers 
Transactions, 91, B-4:1133-41. 

With B. K. Donaldson 

A brief survey of transfer matrix techniques 
with special reference to the analysis of air- 
craft panels. Journal of Sound and Vibra- 
tion, 10, 1:103-43. 

Random Processes. Applied Mechanics Reviezv, 
22, 8:825-31. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With K. Doi 

Spatial decay in the response of damped peri- 
odic structures. AFML-TR-69-308, Air 
Force Materials Laboratory, Air Force Sys- 
tems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, 52 pp. 

PRUSSING, JOHN E., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Obtaining real solutions for nonlinear systems 
using certain transformation techniques. In- 
ternatiotial Journal of Control, 9, 3:359-62. 
Optimal four-impulse fixed-time rendezvous in 
the vicinity of a circular orbit. American 
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 
Journal, 7, 5:928-35. 
Illiustration of the primer vector in time-fixed 
orbit transfer. /6i(f., 6:1167-68. 
With A. M. Schneider, M. Timin 

A manual method for space rendezvous navi- 
gation and guidance. Journal of Spacecraft 
and Rockets, 6, 9:998-1006. 

SENTMAN, LEE H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

With K. Karamcheti 

Rarefied flow past a sphere. American Insti- 
tute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Jour- 
nal, 7, 1:161-63. 

SIVIER, KENNETH R., Associate Professor 
Articles 

A one-component, magnetic support-and-bal- 
ance system. Journal of Aircraft, 6, 5:398- 

404. 

STREHLOW, ROGER A., Professor 
Articles 

A review of shock tube chemistry. In Pro- 
gressive high temperature physics and chem- 
istry, vol. Ill, ed. by Carl A. Rouse, Per- 
gamon Press, New York, pp. 1-148. 
With R. L. Bel ford 

Shock tube technique in chemical kinetics. In 
Annual review of physical chemistry,^ vol. 
20, ed. by Henry Fyring, Annual Reviews, 
Inc., Palo Alto, California, pp. 247-72. 
Shock tube studies in exothermic systems. 
The Physics of Fluids, 12, S: Part II, pp. 
196-1100. 
The nature of transverse waves in detona- 
tions. Astronautica ACTA, 14:539-48. 
With R. E. Maurer. S. Rajan 

Transverse waves in detonations: I. Spacing 
in the hydrogen-oxygen system. American 



t 



Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 
7, 2:323-28. 
With C. D. Engel 

Transverse waves in detonations: II. Struc- 
ture and spacing in H2-O2, C2H2-O2 C2H4-O2 
and CH4-O2 systems. Ibid., 3:492-96. 
With P. M. Rubins 

Experimental and analytical study of Hz-air 
reaction kinetics using a standing wave 
normal shock. Ibid., 7:1335-44. 
With A. Palm-Leis 

On the propagation of turbulent flames. Com- 
bustion and Flame, 13, 2:111-29. 

With J. R. Biller 

On the strength of transverse waves in gas- 
eous detonations. Ibid., 13, 6:577-82. 

YEN, SHEE-MANG, Professor 



Numerical methods for solving rarefied gas 
flow problems. Applied Mechanics Reviews, 

22, 6:557-64. 

With H. J. Schmidt 

Monte Carlo solutions of the Boltzmann equa- 
tion for heat transfer problems. Proceed- 
ings of Sixth International Symposium on 
Rarefied Gas Dynamics, vol. 1, Academic 
Press, New York, 205-13. 

IVith B. L. Hicks 

Solutions of the non-linear Boltzman equation 

for plane shock waves. Ibid., pp. 313-17. 
Monte Carlo solutions of non-linear Boltzmann 
equation for problems of heat transfer in 
rarefied gasses. American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers Preprint, 69-WA/HT-23. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With B. L. Hicks. B. Re illy 

Numerical studies of the non-linear Boltzmann 
equation. Part II: Studies of new tech- 
niques of error reduction. Coordinated Sci- 
ence Laboratory, Report R-412, University 
of Illinois, Urbana. 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

Crooker, Andrew J. (R. A. Strehlow, Adviser), 
Phenomenological investigation of low mode 
marginal planar detonations. 

Forster, Tom J. (L. H. Sentman, Adviser), On 
the kinetic equations for a dilute, short 
range gas. 

Gallington, Roger W. (C. E. Bond, Adviser), 
On an electric-current-carrying discontinuity 
driven through non-conducting gas by a 
Lorentz force. 

Jackson, Hugh M. (H. H. Hilton, Adviser), An 
investigation of the linear viscoelastic response 
of a hypersonic flight vehicle. 

Karr, Gerald R. (S. Yen, Adviser), A study 
of effects of the gas-surface interaction on 
spinning convex bodies with application to 
satellite experiments. 

Liaugminas, Rimantas. (R. A. Strehlow, Ad- 
viser), Experimental study of mach reflection 
in wedge-driven detonations. 

Roth, Kenneth R. (S. Yen, Adviser), Numerical 
studies of solutions of the Boltzmann transport 
equations for rarefied gas flow problems. 

Schmidt, Harold J. (S. Yen, Adviser), Numer- 
ical solutions of problems of heat transfer in 
rarefied gases. 

Vail, Curtis F. (H. H. Hilton, Adviser) Flutter 
of a viscoelastic two degree of freedom uni- 
form wing in a two dimensional supersonic 
flow. 



8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

BAKER, CHESTER B., Professor 
Articles 

Approaches and findings of farm production 
economists in North America. In Proceed- 
ings, 13ih international conference of agri- 
cultural economists, Oxford University 
Press, London, pp. 196-204. 
With J. A. Hopkin 

Concepts of finance capital for a capital-using 
agriculture. American Journal of Agricul- 
tural Economics, 51, 5:1055-64. 
With G. E. Rodewald, Jr. 

Interim period asset valuation: a method for 
making investment decisions. Agricultural 
Economics Research, 21, 2:35-39. 

Economics of investment in cattle feeding. 
Illinois Agricultural Economics, 9, 1:18-25. 
With A. Smith 

The effect of real estate debt commitments on 
non-real estate credit and liquidity of the 
firm. Illinois Agricultural Economics, 9, 
1:1-6. 
Reviews 

Agriculture in the Australian economy, ed. by 
D. B. Williams. American Journal of Agri- 
cultural Economics, 51, 3:720-22. 

BOCK, CARL A., Assistant Professor 
Books 

With F. M. Sims 

1969 farm income tax training schools. Work- 
book. University of Illinois, College of 
Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service, 
Urbana, 143 pp. 
Articles 
With F. M. Sims 

Illinois farm income tax training schools. 
Illinois Research, 11, 4:14. 

BROADBENT, EMER E., Professor 
Articles 

Cooperative livestock markets in transition. 
In American cooperation 1969, pp. 281-90. 

DOVRING, FOLKE, Professor 
Articles 

Eighteenth century changes in European agri- 
culture: a comment. Agricultural History, 
43, 1:181-86. 

"Dumping" e aiuti all'estero. Mercuric, Rome, 
12, 7:57-62. 

The principle of acceleration: a non-dialecti- 
cal theory of progress. Comparative Studies 
in Society and History, 11, 4:413-25. 

Variants and invariants in comparative agri- 
cultural systems. American Journal of 
Agricultural Economics, 51, 5:1263-73. 
Reviews 

Agrarian revolution and economic progress: 
a primer for development, by R. Schickele. 
Land Economics, 45. 1:125-28. 

Pigs for the ancestors: ritual in the ecology 
of a New Guinea people, by R. A. Rappa- 
port. Comparative Studies in Society and 
History, 11, 4:227-33. 

Agricultural workers in the USSR, by R. 
Conquest. Journal of Economic History, 
29, 4:779-80. 

DUE, JEAN M., Visiting Professor 
Articles 

Agricultural development in the Ivory Coast 

and Ghana. Jour^ial of Modern African 

Studies, 7, 4:637-60. 



What happened to the Ghanaian state farms? 
Illinois Agricultural Econotnics, 9, 2:25-35. 

FLIEGEL, FREDERICK C, Professor 
Articles 

Community organization and acceptance of 
change in rural India. Rural Sociology, 34, 
2:167-81. 
Reference patterns in Rural Sociology com- 
pared with major sociological journals, 1965- 
1966. Ibid., J:402-07. 
Reviews 
Agricultural change and peasant choice in a 
Thai village, by M. Moreman. Ibid., 1 : 
119-20. 

FOLSE, CLINTON L., Professor 

Articles 

With W. W. Riffe 

Changing patterns of business services and 
population in Illinois rural villages. Illinois 
Agricultural Economics, 9, 1:26-32. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With G. F. Summers, R. L. Hough, 
J. T. Scott, Jr. 
Before industrialization: a rural social system 
base study. University of Illinois, Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station Bulletin 736, 
Urbana, 100 pp. 

GRUEBELE, JAMES W., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With R. F. Fallert, S. W. Williams 

How good is your image with milk processors 
and supermarkets? In Proceedings 24th an- 
nual midwestern milk marketing conference. 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, pp. 
44-58. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With E. F. Roller 

Changing market structure of Minnesota dairy 
manufacturing industry. University of Min- 
nesota Agricultural Experiment Station 
Bulletin 498, 50 pp. 

GUITHER, HAROLD D., Associate Professor 
Books 

With W. N. Thompson 

Mission overseas, a handbook for U.S. families 
in developing countries. University of Illi- 
nois Press, Urbana, 320 pp. 
Articles 

Direct payments: an increasing proportion of 
farm income and a changing geographic dis- 
tribution. American Journal of Agricultural 
Economics, 51, 4:915-20. 

Institution building: training gap in economic 
and agricultural development. Ibid., 5 : 
1574-77. 

HALCROW, HAROLD G., Professor 

and Head of Department 
Articles 

The Illinois Agricultural Industries Forum. 

Ibid., pp. 1222-25. 
Report of the National Bureau of Economic 
Research Director. Ibid., pp. 1680-83. 
With S. C. Schmidt 

Needed policies. In A North American com- 
mon market, Iowa State University Press, 
Ames, pp. 385-414. 



HANNAH, HAROLD W. 
See Veterinary Medicine 



Professor 



URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 9 



HERBST, JOHN H., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Net worth projections for a period of farm 
business expansion. Illinois Agricultural 
Economics, 9, 2:36-47. 

HERDT, ROBERT W., Assistant Professor 
Articles 

Profitability of high-yielding wheat and rice. 

Econamic and Political Weekly, 4, S2:A197- 

A200. 

HIERONYMUS, THOMAS A., Professor 
Articles 

Soybeans: end of an era? Illinois Agricul- 
tural Economics, 9, 2:1-18. 

HILL, LOWELL D., Associate Professor 

Articles 

Information gaps and research problems. In 
Economics of conglomerate grozvth, Re- 
corder-Sunset Press, San Francisco, pp. 
125-27. 

HINTON, ROYCE A., Associate Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Custom rates and machine rental rates used 
on Illinois farms, 1968. University of Illi- 
nois, College of Agriculture, Cooperative 
Extension Service Circular 1003, Urbana, 
6 pp. 

HOPKIN, JOHN A., Professor 
Articles 

The dynamics of agriculture. In Agricultural 
finance, American Institute of Banking, 
New York, pp. 1-22. 
Capital structure and credit needs. Ibid., 

pp. 23-49. 
The farmer and his need for credit services. 
Report of 2nd Session, Commission on Agri- 
cultural Credit, Chicago, pp. 71-84. 
With C. B. Baker 

Concepts of finance capital for a capital-using 
agriculture. American Journal of Agricul- 
tural Economics, 51, 5:1055-64. 

JUDGE, GEORGE G., Professor 
See Economics. 

KARR, GERALD L., Assistant Professor 

Articles 

Co-operatives and the development of a credit 
system for Sierra Leone agriculture. Eco- 
nomic Review, Bank of Sierra Leone, 3:1- 
17. 1968. 

KESLER, RICHARD P., Assistant Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With A. G. Mueller, D. F. Wilken 

1968, 44th annual summary of Illinois farm 
business records. University of Illinois, 
College of Agriculture, Cooperative Exten- 
sion Service Circular 1006, 24 pp. 

KIRTLEY, MALCOLM B., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Who uses cattle futures markets? Illinois 
Research, 11, 3:5. 

KRAUSZ, NORMAN G. P., Professor 
Books 

With H. W. Hannah 

Law and court decisions on agriculture (rev. 
ed.). Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign, Illinois, 465 pp. 



Articles 

Legal instruments. In Agricultural finance, 
American Institute of Banking, New York, 
pp. 107-29. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 

Report and recommendations of Illinois Water 
Pollution and Water Resources Commission, 
May 1969, Illinois Legislative Council, 
Springfield, 9 pp. 
With H. W. Hannah 

Condemnation: the public taking of Illinois 
farm land (rev. ed.). University of Illinois, 
College of Agriculture, Cooperative Exten- 
sion Service Circular 974, Urbana, 15 pp. 

LEUTHOLD, RAYMOND M., Assistant 

Professor 
Articles 

An analysis of daily fluctuations in the hog 
economy. American Journal of Agricultural 
Economics, 51, 4:849-65. 
Government payments and the distribution of 
income in agriculture. Ibid., 5:1520-23. 

MUELLER, ALLAN G., Professor 

Articles 

Management implications of current outlook 
for grain and livestock. Journal of the 
American Society of Farm Managers and 
Rural Appraisers, 33, 2:25-30. 

JVith R. P. Kesler, D. F. Wilken 

1968, 44th annual summary of Illinois farm 
business records. University of Illinois, 
College of Agriculture, Cooperative Exten- 
sion Service Circular 1006, Urbana, 24 pp. 

QUINN, JOHN A., Assistant Professor 

Books Edited 

Directory of Illinois planning and zoning 
agencies. Bureau of Community Planning 
and the Cooperative Extension Service, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 45 pp. 

REISS, FRANKLIN J., Professor 
Articles 

What is farmland worth? Illinois Research, 

11, 1:3-4. 
Cash rent and custom farming. Journal of the 
American Society of Farm Managers and 
Rural Appraisers, 33, 1:15-30. 
Is $900 per acre too much for farmland? Ibid., 
2:3-9. 
With C. J. W. Drablos 

Irrigation can pay in Illinois. Illinois Re- 
search, 11, 4:3-5. 
With J. T. Scott, Jr. 

Changing technology and lease adjustment: 
theory and practice. Land Economics, 45, 
4:400-05. 

RENNE, ROLAND R., Professor 
Articles 

Research in urban water problems. In Pro- 
ceedings of the fourth American water re- 
sources conference, pp. 637-41. 
With G. D. Fulcher 

Legal research in water resources. Land and 
Water Law Review, 4, 1:145-58. 

SCHMIDT, STEPHEN C, Associate Professor 
Articles 

COMECON coarse grain trade and prospects 
for the 1970's. The American Review of 
East-West Trade, 2, 10:17-29. 
COMECON coarse grain trade and prospects 

for the 1970's. Ibid., 11:19-38. 
COMECON coarse grain trade and prospects 
for the 1970's. Ibid.. 12:25-34. 



10 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS 



Patterns of world coarse grain trade. In 
Proceedings of the 1968-69 minter program 
series on marketing, Manitoba Institute of 
Agrologists, Winnipeg, pp. 4-47. 
With L. A. Fischer 

Der COMECON in der weltfuttergetreide- 
wirtschaft. Agrarwirtschaft, 18, 8:254-63. 
With H. G. Halcrow 

Needed policies. In A North American com- 
mon market, Iowa State University Press, 
Ames, pp. 385-414. 

SCOTT, JOHN T., JR., Associate Professor 
Articles 

Maiz rico en lisina. La Hacienda, 64, 6:38-40. 
Factor analysis regression revisited. Econo- 

metrica, 37, 4:739. 
Should farmers build more conditioning and 
storage facilities for corn ? Illinois Re- 
search, 11, 3:8-9. 
With E. O. Heady 

Econometricians and the data gap: reply. 
American Journal of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics, 51, 1:188. 
With F. J. Reiss 

Changing technology and lease adjustment: 
theory and practice. Land Economics, 45, 
4:400-05. 
Bulletins and Technical Reports 
With G. Summers, R. L. Hough, C. L. False 
Before industrialization: a rural social system 
base study. University of Illinois, Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station Bulletin 736, 
Urbana, 100 pp. 

SIMERL, LAWRENCE H., Professor 
Articles 

Farm business trends. Illinois Research, 11, 
1:20. 

Farm business trends. Ibid., 2:20. 

Farm business trends. Ibid., 3:20. 

Farm business trends. Ibid., 4:16. 

SIMS, FAY M., Associate Professor 

Books 

With C. A. Bock 

1969 farm income tax training schools. Work- 
book. University of Illinois, College of 
Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service, 
Urbana, 143 pp. 

Articles 

With C. A. Bock 

Illinois farm income tax training schools. 
Illinois Research, 11, 4:14. 

SMITH, DONALD G., Associate Professor 

Books 

With L. Buley, C. L. Orbaker, H. E. Stalcup 
Rural appraisal manual (3rd ed.). American 
Society of Farm Managers and Rural Ap- 
praisers, Stipes Publishing Company, Cham- 
paign, Illinois, 233 pp. 

SPITZE, ROBERT G. F., Professor 
Articles 

U.S. farm policy ■ — experience and directions. 
Journal of the American Society of Farm 
Managers and Rural Appraisers, 33, 1 : 
63-69. 
Inadequacies in rural human resources de- 
velopment. Agricultural Policy Review, 9, 
4:6-9. 

SWANSON, EARL R., Professor and 

Associate Head of Department 
Articles 

Analysis of agricultural limestome purchases 



in Illinois. Journal of Soil and Water 
Conservation, 24, 4:142-43. 
Price expectations and 1969 acreages of corn 
and soybeans in Illinois. Illinois Research 
11, 2:3-4. 
With V. N. Asopa 

Profitability of supplemental irrigation of corn. 
Illinois Agricultural Economics, 9, 1:7-9. 
With G. L. Bretthaucr 

Supplemental irrigation of corn : a break-even 
analysis. Ibid.. 2:19-24. 
With R. D. Dunlap 

Influence of prices on production potential for 
beef and hogs on farms with fixed acreages. 
Ibid., I:\Q-17. 
With D. E. MacCallum 

Income effects of rainfall erosion control. 
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 
24, 2:56-59. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM N., Professor 

Books 

With H. D. Guither 

Mission overseas, a handbook for U.S. families 
in developing countries. University of Illi- 
nois Press, Urbana, 320 pp. 

VAN ARSDALL, ROY N., Professor 

Articles 

Can the family farm compete? Illinois Busi- 
ness Review, 26, 5:6-8. 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With W. A. Elder 

Economies of size of Illinois cash-grain and 
hog farms. University of Illinois, Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station Bulletin 733, 
Urbana, 67 pp. 

VAN ES, JOHANNES C, Assistant Professor 

Articles 

With J. Pastore 

Los patrones causales y la investigacion de la 
movilidad (causal models and mobility re- 
search). Revista Mexicana de Sociologia, 
30, 4:885-99. 1968. 

Reviews 

Communication and use of scientific farm in- 
formation by farmers in two Taiwan ag- 
ricultural villages, by Herbert F. Lion- 
berger and H. C. Chang. Rural Sociology, 
34, 3:430-31. 

WAGNER, MELVIN M., Associate Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With P. Charsombuti 

Estimates of the Thai population, 1947-1976, 
and some agricultural implications. Faculty 
of Economics and Business Administration, 
Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, 
Kasetsart Economic Report No. 31. 

With S. Milindankura 

The demand for Thai agricultural products: a 
nutritional approach. Ibid., Report No. 30. 

WILKEN, DELMAR F., Associate Professor 

Bulletins and Technical Reports 

With R. P. Keslcr, A. G. Mueller 

1968, 44th annual summary of Illinois farm 
business records. University of Illinois, 
College of Agriculture, Cooperative Exten- 
sion Service Circular 1006, Urbana, 24 pp. 

WILLIAMS, SHELDON W., Professor 

Articles 

With J. W. Gruebele, R. F. Fallert 

How good is your image with milk processors 
and supermarkets? In Proceedings 24th 



URBANA-CHAMPAIGN 11 



annual midwestern milk marketing confer- 
ence, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 

pp. 44-58. 

DOCTORAL DISSERATIONS 

Arnold, David B. (T. A. Hieronynius, Ad- 
viser), An econometric study on the weekly 
behavior of the cash basis for corn at Chicago. 

Bell, Thomas M. (G. G. Judge, Advisor), 
Small sample properties of various simultan- 
eous equations estimators with particular em- 
phasis on forecasting and decision theory. 

Esmay, James L. (R. N. Van Arsdall, Ad- 
viser), The economi