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The Record comprises:

The Report of the President to the Board of Control, the
Catalog, the Bulletin of the Summer Session. the Schedule of
Courses for each term or semester, the University Directory,
and various bulletins on regulations and policies.

These bulletins will be sent gratuitously to all persons
who apply for them. The applicant should specifically state
which bulletins or what information is desired. Address


THE REGISTRAR.
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida











University of Florida


PUBLICATIONS

AND

THESES

for the
Academic Year Ending
June 30, 1952





UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1952

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION



Dan McCarty ................................ Governor

R. A. Gray ................ ............ Secretary of State

J. Edwin Larson ................... ..... State Treasurer

Richard Ervin . . . . . ..... ....... Attorney General

Thomas D. Bailey, Secretary ...... .State Superintendent of Public
Instruction




BOARD OF CONTROL OF FLORIDA
INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

Frank M. Harris, Chairman ............. St. Petersburg, Florida

Mrs. Alfred I. Dupont . ............. Jacksonville, Florida

George W. English . . . . . . . .... Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Eli H. Fink . . . . . . . . . . . ... Jacksonville, Florida

Glenn Miller .................. ...... Monticello, Florida

Hollis Rinehart .......................... Miami, Florida

George J. White ........................ Mount Dora, Florida

Hilliam F. Powers, Secretary . . . . .... Tallahassee, Florida





ACADEMIC COUNCIL


J. Hillis Miller,M.A.,Ph.D.,LL.D.,Litt.D. . President of the University
John Stuart Allen, Ph.D. . . . ... Vice-President of the University
William Tobias Arnett, M. A. in Arch. . . . .. Dean of the College
of Architecture and Allied Arts
George Fechtig Baughman, LL.B.,M.A. . . . ... Business Manager
Robert Colder Beaty, M.A. ................... Dean of Men
Alvah Alden Beecher, M.M. . . . . . .... . Director of Music
Marna Venable Brady, Ed.D. . . . . . . . ... Dean of Women
Harley Willard Chandler, M.S. . . . . ... Dean of the University
Henry Anderson Fenn, LL.B. . . . ... Dean of the College of Law
Perry Albert Foote, Ph.D. ........ .Dean of the College of Pharmacy
Linton E. Grinter, Ph.D. . . . . ... Dean of the Graduate School
Richard Sadler Johnson, B.S.P. . . . . . . . .... Registrar
Clemens Marcus Kaufman, Ph.D. . Director of the School of Forestry
Winston Woodard Little, M.A. ...... Dean of the University College
Walter Jeffries Matherly, M.A., LL.D . . . .. Dean of the College
of Business Administration
Clarence Vernon Noble, Ph.D. .... Dean of the College of Agriculture
Ralph Emerson Page, Ph.D. . Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
George Sheldon Price, B.S., Col. F.A. . Professor of Military Science
and Tactics and Coordinator of Military Departments
J. Wayne Reitz, Ph.D. . . . . . . . ... Provost for Agriculture
Ralph Rhudy, Col. AF . . ... Professor of Air Science and Tactics
Bert Clair Riley, B.A., B.S.A. . . ... Dean of the General Extension
Division
Dennis K. Stanley, M.Ed. .......... Dean of the College of Physical
Education and Health
Joseph Well, M.S. . . . . ... Dean of the College of Engineering
Rae 0. Weimer . . . . .... Director of the School of Journalism
Stanley LeRoy West, LL.B., B.S. in L.S. ..... .Director of University
Libraries
Joseph Benton White, Ph.D. ...... Dean of the College of Education
W. Max Wise, Ed.D. . . . . . . .... Dean of Student Personnel


RESEARCH COUNCIL
Roland B. Eutsler, Chairman

W. C. Allee L. E. Grinter
J. R. Beckenbach C. B. Pollard
V. W. Clark F. E. Ray
F. H. Hull P. M. Tedder







FOREWORD


A modern state university is more than an aggregation of teachers,
classrooms, laboratories, and libraires. It can be considered as a power-
house of knowledge and ideas. It fulfills its functions as it adds to this
store of knowledge and ideas and transmits them to the people it serves.
Faculty members and research workers are responsible for the trans-
mission of knowledge and ideas by teaching and the creation of new
knowledge and ideas by research and study. The contribution of a pro-
ductive faculty will manifest itself in writings which range from important
books and new technological discoveries to popular articles. Both are
important manifestations of the creative urge which spurs a faculty to
greater service to students and to the people of the state. Without the
former, a university is stagnant; without the latter, it is not making its
store of knowledge available for widest use.
This annual volume listing "publications and theses" of the Univer-
sity of Florida during the last fiscal year is specific evidence that the
staff of the University of Florida is meeting its obligations and responsi-
bilities in creative scholarship and in popular writings for use by students
and the people of Florida.
The sheer number of listed items is impressive. But more impressive
is the nature of the items listed and the fact that they come from all
parts of the University. The research divisions of the University the
Agricultural Experiment Station; the Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station; the Cancer Research Laboratory; the Bureau of Economic
and Business Research; and the Public Administration clearing Service -
all have staff members who are making studies of problems, the solution
of which is important to the people of Florida. It is to be expected, as
the listings show, that many written bulletins, articles, and books ori-
ginate in these activities. The teaching staff, covering all the areas of
learning from the humanities, the physical sciences, and the biological
sciences through the social sciences, also are engaged in study, along
with their teaching, and they too have contributed many books and articles.

There is no way to place a specific evaluation on the publications as
listed here. They constitute, however, an important contribution by the
staff of the University of Florida to the ever increasing store of knowl-
edge. In brief, they are an indication of the contribution of the University
of Florida to a more effective teaching program, to an expansion of the
frontiers of knowledge, and to the practical solution of everyday problems.

J. Hillis Miller,
President






TABLE OF CONTENTS


(This report is a compilation of the publications of the staff of the Uni-
versity of Florida, the graduate theses and the publications sponsored
by the University published during the period July 1, 1951 June 30,
1952. In format the publications of the staff are listed alphabetically by
author and by field. Included for each field are the graduate theses giving
the author and the name of the faculty member who directed or supervised
the work.)

Foreword ......... .... ......................... V

Faculty and Organized Research Divisions:


Agriculture:
Teaching Division ......................
Agricultural Experiment Station . . . . . . .
Agricultural Extension Service . . . . . . .


.5
. . . . 31


Architecture and Art .......... ....... ............ 32


Biology and Zoology .................. ......


...... 33


Business Administration and Economics . . . . .
Bureau of Economic and Business Research ... . .

Cancer Research .................... ....


. . . .. 36
. . . .. 39

. . . . 40


Chemistry ............................ ...... .... 42

Education ........... ..... .... .............. 45


Engineering ................... ......... .
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station .......


.......50
. . . 54


Foreign Languages ............................... 56

Forestry .......... ...... ...................... 57


Geography ............. . ..... ....... .


...... 58


History .... ............. .... .............. .. 59

Inter-American Affairs .......... .... .............. 60

Journalism .............. . .................... 60


Language and Literature .... .......... ...........


. 60


Law ................ .... .............. ...... 64


Library Administration ...... ...... .. ......... .


. 65






Mathematics ..................................... 65

Music .................................... .... 67

Pharmacy ................... ................... 68

Philosophy ......... . ........................ 69

Physical Education ................................ 69

Physics ........... ............................. 70

Political Science ............. ....................... 71
Public Administration Clearing Service ............. ..... 73

Psychology ................... ................ 73

Sociology and Anthropology ........................... 75

Speech .................... ................... 77

University of Florida Publications ....................... 78

General Extension Division ................ ........... 78

College of Pharmacy . .................. ........ 78

Journals:
Journal of Politics .................... ........... 79
Southern Folklore Quarterly ......................... 79
Southern Speech Journal ................. ........... 79
University of Florida Law Review . . . . . . . .. ... 79

University of Florida Library ......................... 79

University of Florida Press . . . . . . . ..... .. ....... 79

University of Florida Record . . . . . . . ... ....... 80



















VII





AGRICULTURE


Teaching Division

Brooks, J. Hapgood, III
Floriculture at the University of Florida. Florist and Nurseryman,
(May, 1952) pp. 30-31.

Creighton, John T. and Neel, William W.
Biologia y combat del tdrsalo o nuche, Dermatobia hominis (L.Jr.).
Turrialba, Vol. 2, No. 2, (April-June, 1952) pp. 59-65.

Davis, George K.
Cattle Need Copper. Feeds Illustrated, Vol. 3, No. 6, (June, 1952)
p. 22.

Edson, S. N.
What You Should Know About Soil Bacteria. Florida College Farmer,
Vol. 4, No. 3, (March, 1952) pp. 8-9.

Griffith, Mildred M.
The Structure and Growth of the Shoot Apex in Araucaria. American
Journal of Botany, Vol. 39, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 253-263.

Hanson, Warren D.
An Interpretation of the Observed Amount of Recombination in Inter-
change Heterozygotes of Barley. Genetics, Vol. 37, No. 1, (January,
1952) pp. 90-100.

Hetrick, Lawrence A.
The Comparative Toxicity of Some Organic Insecticides as Termite
Soil Poisons. Journal of Economic Entomology, Vol. 45, No. 2, (April,
1952) pp. 235-237.

Long, S. K., Calaway, W. T. and Carroll, W. R.
Heterotrophic Bacteria Encontered in Intermittent Sand Filters of
Sewage. Sewage and Industrial Wastes, Vol. 24, No. 5, (May, 1952)
pp. 642-653.

Powell, R. D.
Estimation of Starch in Plant Tissue. Iowa State College Journal of
Science, Vol. 26, No. 2, (January, 1952) pp. 264-265.

Roberts, D. A. and Weber, George F.
Seasonal Relations of Silk Thread Blight Rhizoctonia ramicola W&R.
(Abstract). Phytopathology, Vol. 42, No. 5, (May, 1952) p. 287.

Rodgers, Earl G.
Brittleness and Other Responses of Corn to 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic
Acid. Plant Physiology, Vol. 27, No. 1, (January, 1952) pp. 153-172.





Responses of Corn to 2,4-D. North Central W'eed Control Conference
Proceedings, Eighth Annual Meeting, (1951) pp. 57-61.

Smith, F. B.
Minor Element Research in Florida. Washington, D. C., U.S.D.A.,
National Soil and Fertilizer Laboratory Report, March 1, 1952, pp.
95-99.

Wallace, H. D., Braude, R., and Cunha, T. J.
The Comparative Value of Various Antibiotics in Swine Rations.
National Vitamin Foundation Proceedings, Scientific Sessions,
7th Annual Meeting, (April 3, 1952). pp. 121-129.

Watkins, John V.
Training Leaders at the University of Florida. Southern Florist and
Nurseryman, Vol. 64, No. 3, (October 19, 1951) PP. 93-98.

Weber, G. F.
Corticium microsclerotia nom. nov. Mycologia, Vol. 43, No. 6, (No-
vember-December, 1951) pp. 727-728.

Weber, G. F. and Roberts, Daniel A.
Silky Thread Blight of Elaeagnus pungens caused by Rhizoctonia
ramicola n. sp. Phytopathology, Vol. 41, No. 7, (July, 1951) pp. 615-
621.

Wolfe, H. S.
Factors Affecting Cold Resistance in Florida Ornamental Plantings.
Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp.
203-205.
Injury of Camellias by, Cold. American Camellia Society Yearbook,
(1951) pp. 1-7.

Graduate Theses:
(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Ansley, Charles Coke (J. H. Davis)
An Ecological Comparison of the Mesic Hardwoods Forests of Central
Florida.

* Arrington, Lewis Roberts (G. K. Davis)
Molybdenum in the Nutrition of the Rabbit and Rat.

Barnes, Raymond Charley (R.E.L. Greene)
Grade Qualities of Potatoes in Retail Stores, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl-
vania, 1950.


Doctor of Philosophy





Brock, Pete Hutchinson (H. G. Hamilton)
Sales Analysis of Lake Hamilton Cooperative, Inc.

Chapman, Herbert L., Jr. (R. S. Glasscock)
Urea and Cottonseed Meal for Protein Requirements of Steers Fed
Citrus Molasses.

Clark, Fred (P. H. Senn)
Yield and Quality of Flue-Cured Tobacco as Affected by Fertiliza-
tion, Irrigation and Cropping Practices.

Close, Elmer, G. (H. G. Hamilton)
The Nature of Contract Violations Under the Perishable Agricultural
Commodities Act and Factors Contributing to These Violations.

Connell, Edwin Hunter (W. R. Carroll)
The Testing and Isolation of Antibiotic Substances Produced by
Certain Antinorycetes.

Coulter, Charlotte Sue (W. R. Carroll)
Survival of Shigella Dysenteriae in the Intestinal Tract of the Cock-
roach.

Curtin, Thomas J. (R. D. Powell)
Hard-Coatedness in the Seeds of Lupinus Species.

Ellis, Charles Thomas, Jr. (R. L. Emerson)
The Relationship Between Growth and Sporulation in a Strain of
Bacillus cereus and the Influencing Effects of Biochemical Factors.

Freeman, Elizabeth Miriam (W. R. Carroll)
A Study of the Mycological Flora of the Normal and Infected External
Ear Canal.

Giacometti, Dalmo C. (J. W. Sites)
A Comparative Study of the Fruit Characters of Several Varieties of
Sweet Oranges with Special Emphasis upon Various Strains of the
Parson Brown Variety.

*Hamdi, Said (V. F. Nettles)
Effect of Soil Fumigation on Soil Nitrification and Tomato Plant
Behavior.


* Doctor of Philosophy





Hoffert, Warren Ross (W. R. Carroll)
A Study of the Bacterial Flora of the Normal and Infected External
Auditory Canal.

James, Charles W. (E. S. Ford)
Anatomical Features of Leaves in Relation to Systematics of Species
in Ilex.

James, George Craig (M. A. Brooker)
The Florida Commercial Fertilizer Industry.

Krestensen, Elroy R. (M. Murphey)
Investigations on the Anti-Bacterial Properties of the Blood of Cer-
tain Insects.

* Kulwich, Roman (G. K. Davis)
Interrelationships of Molybdenum, Copper and Zinc in the Simple-
Stomached Animal.

Long, Sterling Krueger (W. R. Carroll)
Aerobic, Heterotrophic Bacteria Associated with the Purification of
wagee by Intermittent Sand Filtration.

Lowery, Willa Dean (W. R. Carroll)
Salmonellosis in Swine.


(-W. R. Carroll)


Mackel, Don Charles
Salmonellosis in Poultry in Florida.


McAllister, Joseph W. (R. L. Emerson)
A Study of the Microorganisms that Survive the Process of Canning
Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice.


Myers, Julian Mostella
Heat Exchanger Design for Farm Crop Driers.


(F. Rogers)


Ney, William A. (H. D. Wallace)
The Effect of Various Antibiotics on a Corn-Peanut Meal Ration for
Swine.

Parvin, Fayette Ward (M. A. Brooker)
Some Economic Aspects of Florida's Beef Cattle Industry.


* Doctor of Philosophy





Pellegrino, Joseph L. (W. R. Carroll)
Bacteriological Survey of Eating and Drinking Utensils of a Large
Cafeteria.

Pierce, Laurie Virginia (W. R. Carroll)
The Development and Evaluation of a Rapid Technique for Deter-
mining Bacterial Sensitivity to Various Therapeutic Agents.

Powell, Levi A., Sr. (H. G. Hamilton)
The Interrelationship of Prices and Quantities of Citrus Products
Purchased in Jacksonville, Florida, 1949-50 Season.

Prominski, Edmond Henry (W. R. Carroll)
Studies on the Extraction and Effectiveness of Antibiotics Produced
by Certain Actinomycetes Isolated from Soil.

Risk, Charles Daniel (E. S. Ford)
A Study of the In-State Distribution of the Native Shrubs and Woody
Vines Occurring in North and Central Florida.

Sanchez, Aldon Bernard (R. B. Becker)
Evaluation of Supplementary Grazing Crops for Lactating Cows.

Widra, Abraham (W. R. Carroll)
Bacteria in Ear, Nose, and Throat Infections.

* Willson, Allan E. (I. W. Wander)
Boron Nutrition in Florida Citrus.

Wood, Joseph Gladstone (E. W. Garris)
A Study of the Curriculum in Agricultural Education at the University
of Florida.

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

(An Annual Report of this agency describes in more detail the pub-
lications listed as well as a review of its work.)

Bulletin Series:

Greene, R. E. L.
22. Consumer Acceptance of Waxed and Colored Potatoes. 27 pp.
(Southern Cooperative Service.)

Doctor of Philosophy





Greene, R. E. L., Johnson, J. M. and Barnes, R. C.
24. Grade Qualities of Potatoes in Selected Retail Stores in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1950. 79 pp. (Southern Cooperative
Service.)

Dickey, R. D.
467. Hibiscus in Florida. 32 pp. (A revision.)

Wander, I. W. and Reitz, H. J.
480. The Chemical Composition of Irrigation Water Used in Florida
Citrus Groves. 22 pp.

Prosser, D. S., Steams, C. R., Thompson, W. L. and Griffiths, J. T.
481. The Florida Citrus Grove Duster. 15 pp.

French, R. B., Abbott, O. D. and Townsend, Ruth O.
482. Levels of Thiamine, Riboflavin and Niacin in Florida-Produced
Foods. 19 pp.

Abbott, O. D., French, R. B. and Townsend, Ruth O.
483. The Nutritive Value of Various Breads and Supplements in
Experiments with White Rats. 22 pp.

Hodges, E. M., Jones, D. W. and Kirk, W. G.
484. Grass Pastures in Central Florida. 32 pp.

Abbott, O. D., French, R. B. and Townsend, Ruth O.
485. Effect of Processing upon the Nutritive Value of Milk as
Evaluated with Rats. 12 pp.

Wilson, J. W. and Hayslip, N. C.
486. Insects Attacking Celery in Florida. 37 pp.

Hendrickson, R. and Kesterson, J. W.
487. Citrus By-Products of Florida. 56 pp.

Janes, Byron E.
488. Composition of Florida-Grown Vegetables. III. Effects of
Location, Season, Fertilizer Level and Soil Moisture on the
Mineral Composition of Cabbage, Beans, Collards, Broccoli
and Carrots. 32 pp.

Spurlock, A. H., Brooke, Donald L. and Greene, R. E. L.
489. Labor and Material Requirements for Crops and Livestock, II.
Truck Crops. 80 pp.





Kincaid, Randall R. and Volk, Gaylord M.
490. Effects of Soil Fumigation on Cigar-Wrapper Tobacco and on
Soil Nitrogen. 24 pp.

Parris, G. K.
491. Diseases of Watermelons. 48 pp.

Eddins, A. H.
492. Diseases, Deficiencies and Injuries of Cabbage and Other
Crucifers in Florida. 63 pp.

Kidder, R. W. and Beardsley, D. W.
493. Protein and Carbohydrate Supplements For Fattening Steers
on Everglades Pastures. 16 pp.

Harris, Henry C.
494. Effect of Minor Elements, Particularly Copper, on Peanuts.
20 pp.

Nettles, V. F. Jamison, F. S. and Janes, B. E.
495. Irrigation and Other Cultural Studies with Cabbage, Sweet
Corn, Snap Beans, Onions, Tomatoes and Cucumbers. 26 pp.

Griffiths, J. T. and Thompson, W. L.
496. Grasshoppers in Citrus Groves. 26 pp.

Killinger, G. B. and Haynie, John D.
497. Honeybees and Other Factors in Florida's Legume Program.
14 pp.

Alleger, Daniel E.
498. Rental Arrangements on Crop-Share Farms. 43 pp.

Circulars:

Neller, J. R., Jones, D. W., Gammon, Nathan, Jr. and Forbes, R. B.
S-32. Leaching of Fertilizer Phosphorus in Acid Sandy Soils as
Affected by Lime. 7 pp.

Jones, D. W., Hodges, E. M. and Kirk, W. G.
S-33. Costs and Methods of Pasture Establishment and Maintenance.
8 pp.

Ruehle, George D.
S-34. The Sapodilla in Florida. 14 pp.





Neller, J. R., Killinger, G. B., Jones, D. W., Bledsoe, R. W. and Lundy,
H. W.
S-35. Fertilizer Should Contain a Source of Sulfur for Clover Pas-
tures in Many Areas of Florida. 8 pp.

Wolfenbarger, D. 0. and Spencer, Herbert.
S-36. Insect Control on Pineapples. 6 pp.

Davis, G. K., Mehrhof, N. R., Driggers, J. C. and Dennison, R. A.
S-37. Dehydrated Celery Tops in Chick Rations. 6 pp.

Burgis, D. S.
S-38. Nut Grass Control with 2,4-D in Florida. 5 pp.

Volk, G. M. and Gammon, Nathan, Jr.
S-39. Soil Reaction (pH). 6 pp.

Becker, R. B. and Arnold, P. T. Dix
S-40. Citrus Pulp in Dairy Rations. 6 pp.

Hayslip, Norman C.
S-41. Corn-Silk Fly Control on Sweet Corn. 6 pp.

Kelsheimer, E. G.
S-42. Insects and Other Pests of Lawns and Turf. 11 pp.

Simpson, Charles F. and West, Erdman
S-43. Ergot Poisoning in Cattle. 6 pp.

Clark, Fred and Volk, G. M.
S-44. Plant Beds for Flue-Cured Tobacco. 18 pp.

Kincaid, Randall R. and Volk, Gaylord M.
S-45. Soil Fumigation for Florida Shade Tobacco Fields. 6 pp.


Killinger, G. B. and Ritchey, G. E.
S-46. Floranna Sweet Clover and Its Culture. 6 pp.

Kelsheimer, E. G., Walter, James M. and Beckenbach, J. R.
S-47. Compatibility of Insecticides, Fungicides and Nutrients for
Vegetable Crops. 6 pp.


Spencer, Ernest L. and Beckenbach, J. R.
S-48. The Value of Soil Testing Kits in Vegetable Crop Production.
11 pp.





Agricultural Economics Series:


Staff
51-15. An Appraisal of the Agricultural Production Capacity of
Florida for 1952. 6 pp.

Murphree, Clyde
51-16. Analysis of the Price-Weight Relationship of Feeder Pigs.
5 pp.

Brooke, Donald L.
51-17. Monthly Rail and Truck Unloads of Celery, Irish Potatoes
and Tomatoes on 16 Terminal Markets, 1950-51 Season. 84 pp.

Murphree, Clyde
51-18. Agricultural Outlook for Florida Farmers. 3 pp.

Spurlock, A. H. and Hamilton, H. G.
52-1. Cost of Picking and Hauling Florida Citrus Fruits, 1950-51
Season. 7 pp.

Bergen, Tallmadge and Spurlock, A. H.
52-2. Costs and Returns from Vegetable Crops in Florida. 68 pp.

Savage, Zach
52-3. Nineteen Years of Citrus Costs and Returns, 1931-50. 21 pp.

Alleger, D. E.
52-4. Distribution of Immigrants in Florida. 16 pp.

Tennant, J. L., Hamilton, H. G., Sorenson, H. B., Baker, C. K., and
Samuels, J. K.
52-5. Cost of Handling Florida and Texas Citrus Fruits in Fresh
and Processed Form, 1950-51. 59 pp.

Journal Articles

Allison, R. V.
Kenaf Harvest. National Farm Chemurgic Council Chemurgic Digest,
Vol. 10, No. 11, (1951) pp. 10-11.

Long Florida Days Spur Growth of Fiber Plant, Kenaf. Florida Grower,
Vol. 59, No. 8 (Whole no. 1245) (1951) pp. 9-10.

Ramie Comes to Stay in Florida. National Farm Chemurgic Council
Chemurgic Digest, Vol. 11, No. 3, (1952) pp. 14-16.





Ramie, Long, Strong-Fibered Marvel, Comes to Stay. Florida Grower,
Vol. 59, No. 10 (Whole no. 1247) (1951) pp. 13, 22-24.

Anderson, C. W.
Further Observations on Some Cucurbit Viruses from Central Florida.
Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35 (1951) pp. 396-398.
Viruses of Cucurbits in Central Florida. Florida State Horticultural
Society Proceedings, Vol. 64 (1951) pp. 109-112.

Arnold, P. T. Dix
Importance of Individual Feeding and Individual Records for Effi-
cient Milk Production. Florida Dairy News, Vol. 2, No. 5 (1952)
pp. 14-15.

Atkins, C. D., Wenzel, F. W. and Moore, E. L.
An Evaporator of Improved Design for the Concentration of Citrus
Juices. Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64,
(1951) pp. 188-191.

Batte, Edward G. and Swanson, Leonard E.
Laboratory Evaluation of Organic Compounds as Molluscacides and
Ovicides, II. Journal of Parasitology, Vol. 38, No. 1 (1952) pp. 1-4.
Liver Fluke Control and its Relation to Snail Ecology. American
Veterinary Medical Association Proceedings, Vol. 88 (1951) pp.
101-105.

Baker, Sloan, Jr.
Herefords Broaden Florida Farm Scenes. Texas Hereford, Vol. 1,
No. 6, (1952) pp. 60,61.

Becker, R. B.
Dairy Owners, Herdsmen and Helpers Attend 1951 Dairy Herdsmen's
Short Course at University. Florida Dairy News, Vol. 1, No. 7,
(1951) p. 14.
More Interest in Silos and Silage Follows Production of Surplus
Forage. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4,
(1952) pp. 28-30.

Becker, R. B. and Arnold, P. T. Dix
Early Development and Function of the Bovine Stomach. Association
Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49 (1952) p. 78.
Also Journal of Dairy Science (Abstract), Vol. 35, No. 6 (1952) pp.
504-505.





Becker, R. B., Arnold, P. T. Dix and Marshall, Sidney P.
Development of the Bovine Stomach During Fetal Life. Journal of
Dairy Science, Vol. 34 (1951) pp. 329-332.

Becker, R. B. and Scott, John M.
The Dairy Industry in Florida. Florida State Marketing Bureau For
Sale, Want and Exchange Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 12 (1952) p. 1. Also
Florida Opportunities Bulletin, Vol. 3, No. 2, (1952) pp. 10-12.

Blackmon, G. H. and McFadden, S. E.
Rose Culture in Florida. Florida State Horticultural Society Proceed-
ings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 215-218.

Roses Do Grow in Florida. Floriland, Second Year, Vol. 2 (November,
1951) p. 4.

Brooke, Donald L.
General Farming and Truck Crops. The Florida Handbook, The
Peninsular Publishing Company, Tallahassee, Florida (1952) p. 61.

Burke, Jack D., Shirley, R. L. and Davis, George K.
Blood Volume in Swine as Determined by Radiophosphorus. Anatomi-
cal Record, Vol. 111, No. 3, (1951) p. 3.

Camp, A. F.
The Rose of Chemical Fertilizer in Florida Citrus Production. Plant
Food Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3, (1951) pp. 6-9.

Carrigan, Richard A.
What Do You Know About pH? Citrus Industry, Vol. 33, No. 1, (1952)
p. 11-12. Also, La Hacienda, Vol. 47, No. 5, (1952) p. 47.

Carrigan, Richard A. and Erwin, T. C.
Cobalt Determination in Soils by Spectrographic Analysis Following
Chemical Preconcentration. Soil Science Society of America Pro-
ceedings, Vol. 15 (1951) pp. 145-149.

Chapman, W. H.
Blight-Fighting New Oat Boosts Yields by 25%. Southern Seedsman,
Vol. 14, No. 9, (1951) pp. 26, 30, 47.

Christie, J. R., Brooks, A. N. and Perry, V. G.
The Sting Nematode, Belonolaimus gracilis, a Parasite of Major
Importance on Strawberries, Celery and Sweet Corn in Florida.
Phytopathology, Vol. 42 (1952) pp. 173-176.





Conover, Robert A.
Modern Discoveries in Fungicides. Parks and Recreation, Vol. 35,
No. 1, (1952) pp. 15-16.

Cooper, J. Francis
New Grasses for the South. Better Crops with Plant Food. Vol. 36,
No. 2, (1952) pp. 25, 26, 41, 42.

Cunha, T. J.
Animal Nutrition Work has Contributed Heavily to Human Food Knowl-
edge. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1,
(1951) p. 26.
Are Your Cattle Getting Enough to Eat? Feeding Can be Inadequate.
Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 14, No. 5, (1952) pp.
38-39.
Developments in Swine Nutrition. Flour and Feed, Vol. 52, No. 4,
(1951) pp. 8-9.
Does Feeding Protein Supplement Pay? Farm and Ranch Southern
Agriculturist, Vol. 82, No. 2, (1952) P. 38.
Make 1952 Big Livestock Year. Florida Grower, Vol. 60, No. 4,
(Whole no. 1253) (1952) pp. 27-28.

Protein Necessary When Grass is Dry and Lacking in Nutritional
Value. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 14, No. 5,
(1952) p. 61.
The Animal Protein Factor. Florida Grower, Vol. 60, No. 2 (Whole
no. 1251) (1952) pp. 12,45.
Treat Herd Replacement Gilts Better than Fat Hog Market Animals.
Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1, (1951) p.
60.
U. of F. Animal Husbandry Program Outlined. Florida Cattleman and
Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 11, (1951) pp. 32-35.
Vitamin Requirements of Swine. The Spotted Poland China Bulletin,
Vol. 26, No. 10, (1951) pp. 126-127.
Water is Important as Feed and Stockmen Should be Careful About
Supply. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1,
(1951) pp. 74-75.
Weight Losses Make Feed in Winter One of Most Serious Cattle
Problems. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 14, No. 5,
(1952) pp. 48-50.





What Antibiotics Do to Feed. The Progressive Farmer, Vol. 67, No.
3, (1952) p. 85.

Davis, George K.
Good Pastures Cheap Source of Feed and Protein. Victory Farm
Forum, Vol. 43, (1951) p. 22.

Some Quantitative Aspects of Naturally Occurring Radioactivity.
Radiological Health and Civil Defense Bulletin Series, Vol. 48, No.
U, (1951) p. 11.
The Mineral Requirements of Dairy Cattle. Semi-Annual Meeting of
the Nutrition Council of the American Feed Manufacturers Associa-
tion Proceedings, (53 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill.) (November,
1951).

Trace Elements in Cattle Feeding. Flour and Feed, Vol. 52, (1951)
p. 6.
Trace Elements in Cattle Nutrition and Some Practical Applications.
The Southwestern Veterinarian, Vol. 5, No. 2, (1952) pp. 133-138.
Trace Minerals. Journal of the American Veterinary Association,
Vol. 119, (1951) pp. 550-551.
Trace Mineral Elements in Feeds for Poultry and Livestock. Feed-
stuffs, Vol. 23, No. 36, (1951) pp. 32-38.

Trace Minerals Vital to Livestock. Feedstuffs, Vol. 24, No. 3, (1952)
pp. 11, 34-43.

Davis, George K. and Wallace, K. D.
Sweet Potato By-Product Feed for Cattle. Association Southern
Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) p. 62.


Decker, Phares, Wallace, A. T. and Webb, T. E.
Recent Studies on Lupines in Florida. Association Southern Agri-
cultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) p. 136.

Dennison, R. A.
The Influence of Processing Method on the Texture of Canned Celery
Stalks. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol.
49, (1952) pp. 113-114.

Dennison, R. A., Hall, C. B., and Nettles, V. F.
Effect of Environment on Tomato Quality. Association Southern
Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 118-119.





Driggers, J. Clyde.
Driggers Suggests Methods to Reduce Poultryman's Feed Bill; In-
crease Profits. Florida Poultry and Dairy Jownal, Vol. 17, No. 5,
(1951) pp. 13-14.
Keep Birds Cool, Driggers Advises Florida Poultrymen. Florida
Poultry and Farm Journal, Vol. 18, No. 5, (1952) pp. 6,10.
U. of F. Professor Declares Experiments Prove Florida Soil Will
Produce Feed. Florida Poultry and Dairy Journal, Vol. 17, No. 6,
(1951) pp. 4,8.
You Can Reduce that Chicken Feed Bill by Mixing Your Own In-
gredients. Florida Poultry and Dairy Joumal, Vol. 17, No. 8, (1951)
pp. 2-3, 6, 10.
You Can Reduce That Chicken Feed Bill by Purchasing Grain Mix-
tures Judiciously. Florida Poultry and Dairy Journal, Vol. 17, No. 7,
(1951) pp. 10,13.

Driggers, J. Clyde, Feaster, John P., McCall, John T., Davis, George
K. and Mehrhof, N. R.
The Absorption of Ca45 and P32 from the Various Alimentary Seg-
ments of a Chicken. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Pro-
ceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 157-158.


Driggers, J. Clyde and Mehrhof, N. R.
Citrus Molasses for Growing Chicks. Association Southern Agricul-
tural workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) p. 158.


DuCharme, Ernest P.
Xyloporosis of Citrus. Florida State Horticultural Society Proceed-
ings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 57-60. Also, Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14,
No. 5 (1952) pp. 25-27.

DuCharme, Ernest P. and Knorr, L. C.
The Economic Aspects of Tristeza. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 8,
(1952) pp. 29-31.


DuCharme, Ernest P., Knorr, L. C. and Banfi, A.
Danos Causados a Los Citrus por el 2, 4-D. Idia, Vol. 44, (1951)
pp. 12-14.
LaPresencia del "Stem Pitting" en la Argentina. Idia, Vol. 37-38-39,
(1951) pp. 15-20.





DuCharme, Ernest P., and Suit, R. F.
Xyloporosis of Citrus in Florida. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35,
(1951) pp. 556-557.

Earhart, Robert W.
Small Grain Diseases were Light in the Southeastern Coastal Plain
1950-51. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35, (1951) pp. 443-444.

Eddins, A. H.
Susceptibility of Potato Varieties and Seedling Selections to Corky
Ringspot. United States Department of Agriculture, National Potato
Breeding Program, Annual Report, Vol. 22, (1951) pp. 71-72.

Eddins, A. H., McCubbin, E. N. and Ruprecht, R. W.
Potato Variety Test at Hastings and Sanford, Florida. United States
Department of Agriculture, National Potato Breeding Program, Annual
Report, Vol. 22, (1951) p. 70.


Edson, S. N. and Smith, F. B.
A Low Temperature Sponge for Determining Potassium in Soils.
Florida Academy of Science, Quarterly Journal, Vol. 14, No. 4, (1951)
pp. 266-270.

Faville, L. W. and Hill, E. C.
Acid-Tolerant Bacteria in Citrus Juices. Food Research, Vol. 17,
No. 3, (1952) pp. 281-287.
Incidence and Significance of Microorganisms in Citrus Juices.
Food Technology, Vol. 5, (1951) pp. 423-425.


Feaster, John P., Davis, George K. and McCall, John T.
Effect of Vitamin D Deprivation and Low-Phosphorus Ration on the
Distribution of P32 in Weanling Rats. Association So uthern Agricul-
tural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 60-61.


Fisher, Fran E.
An Entomophthora Attacking Citrus Red Mite. Florida Entomologist,
Vol. 34, No. 3, (1951) pp. 83-88.


Forsee, W. T., Jr., and Hills, W. A.
Fertilizer Experiments with Some Vegetable Crops on Sandy Soils
of Eastern Palm Beach County. Florida State Horticultural Society
Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 92-95.





Forsee, W. T., Jr. and Webster, R. H.
Fertilizer Experiments with Field Corn on Everglades Peaty Muck
Soil. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol.
49, (1952) pp. 50-51.

Fouts, E. L.
Facts by Fouts Concentrated Milk for Bottling. Southern Dairy
Products Journal, Vol. 50, No. 2, (1951) pp. 46-47, 54-55.

Taste and Eye Appeal Depend on Proper Flavoring and Coloring of
Ice Cream. Southern Dairy Products Journal, Vol. 51, No. 1, (1952)
p. 117.
The Dairy Industry's Prospects for the Coming Year. Florida Dairy
News, Vol. 2, No. 1, (1952) p. 20.
University Has Much to Offer Student Seeking to Specialize in Dairy-
ing. Florida Dairy News, Vol. 1, No. 6, (1951) pp. 30, 31.

University of Florida Dairy Department Provides Modem Dairy Train-
ing and Research. Florida Dairy News, Vol. 2, No. 4, (1952) p. 6.

Green, Victor E., Jr. and Stoner, Warren N.
Some Problems of Rice Culture on Muck Soils of the Everglades.
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49,
(1952) pp. 52-53.

Griffiths, J. T.
Insects of Occasional Importance on Florida Citrus and Their Con-
trol. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 13, (1951) pp. 22-23.

Griffiths, J. T., Williams, J. W., Stearns, C. R., and Thompson, W. L.
Health Status of Parathion When Used on Citrus in 1951. Florida
State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 79-82.

Hamilton, H. G.
Benefits of a Coordinated Research Program as Illustrated by Citrus.
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49,
(1952) p. 124.
Trends in the Supply and Demand of Citrus. Citrus Industry, Vol. 32,
No. 11, (1951) pp. 5, 6, 18, 22.

Hammond, L. C. and Edson, S. N.
A Simple Water Picnometer for Soil Moisture Measurement in the
Field. Association Southern Agriculture Workers Proceedings, Vol.
49, (1952) p. 170.





What One Should Know About Soil Moisture. Florida State Horticul-
tural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 205-206.

Harris, Henry C.
Greater Efficiency will Stretch Fertilizer Supplies. Victory Farm
Forum, Vol. 44, (1952) pp. 21-22.

Harris, Henry C. and Bledsoe, Roger W.
Physiology and Mineral Nutrition. Chapter IV, pp. 89-121. The Pea-
nut. (National Fertilizer Association) The William Byrd Press Inc.,
Richmond, Va. (1951).

Harris, Henry C., MacIntire, W. H., Comar, C. L., Chaw, W. M., Winter-
berg, S. H. and Hood, S. L.
Use of Ca45 Labeled Calcium Carbonate in Determining Proportions
of Native and Additive Calcium in Lysimeter Leachings and in Plant
Uptake. Soil Science, Vol. 73, (1952) pp. 289-298.

Hayslip, Norman C.
Corn Earworm Control Formulations. Florida Entomologist, Vol.
35, No. 2, (1952) pp. 51-56.
Henderson, J. R.
Soil Types Important to Agricultural Developments of Florida. Florida
Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 12, (1951) pp. 26-27,
48-50.
Hendrickson, R. and Kesterson, J. W.
Orange Concentrate Evaporator Scale Identified as Hesperidin. Citrus
Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 10, (1952) pp. 26-27.

Hill, E. C. and Faville, L. W.
Studies on the Artificial Infection of Oranges with Acid Tolerant
Bacteria. Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64,
(1951) pp. 174-177.

Hills, W. A. and Wolf, E. A.
Adaptability of Vegetable Varieties to Southeast Florida. Florida
State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 100-104.

Hodges, E. M., and Jones, D. W.
Use Enough Fertilizer is Advised. Florida Cattleman and Livestock
Journal, Vol. 15, No. 11, (1951) p. 31.

Hodges, E. M., Kirk, W. G. and Jones, D. W.
Range Station Uses Both Improved and Native Grass. Florida Cattle-
man and Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 6, (1951) pp. 36-37.





Hoover, M. W. and Dennison, R. A.
The Correlation of Certain Physical and Chemical Measurements
with Six Stages of Maturity of the Southern Pea (Vigna sinensis).
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49,
(1952) pp. 114-115.

Hopkins, E. F. and Loucks, K. W.
The Dowicide A-Hexamine Treatment of Citrus Fruits for the Con-
trol of Mild and Stem-end Rot Decay. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 13, No.
12, (1951) pp. 22-26.

Huggart, R. L., Moore, E. L. and Wenzel, F. W.
The Measurement of Clarification in Concentrated Citrus Juices.
Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp.
185-188.

Hull, Fred H.
Recurrent Selection and Overdominance. Chapter 28, pp. 451-473.
Heterosis. Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa, (1952).

Jamison, F. S. and Showalter, R. K.
The Prepackaging of Vegetables and Fruits at Port of Origin. Asso-
ciation Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952)
p. 105.

Jeter, Max A., and David, George K.
Molybdenum Toxicity in the Nutrition of the Rat. II. The Effects of
Varying Levels of Molybdenum Upon Fertility, Gestation and Lacta-
tion. Journal of Animal Science, Vol. 10, No. 4, (1951) p. 1051.

Joiner, Jasper N.
Measuring Soil Moisture for Irrigation Control. ACL Agricultural
and Livestock Topics, Vol. 4, No. 4, (1952) pp. 1-2.

Jones, D. W.
Proteins are Needed for Steers to Utilize Roughage in Late Summer
and Fall. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 11,
(1951) p. 61.
Jones, D. W., Hodges, E. M. and Kirk, W. G.
Feed When Needed is Goal in Fertilization Program. Florida Cattle-
man and Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 9, (1951) pp. 24-25.

Insects Do Well at This Time of Year. Florida Cattleman and Live-
stock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 12, (1951) pp. 34-35, 62, 63.





Irrigated Clover Brought Extra Weight at Ona. Florida Cattleman and
Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 3, (1951) pp. 20, 43.

Kelsheimer, E. G.
Stock Your Insecticides Now. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 8 (Whole
no. 1245) (1951) p. 16.

Kidder, Ralph W. and Chapman, Herbert L., Jr.
A Preliminary Report of Weight Performances of Crossbred and Pure-
bred Cattle at the Everglades Experiment Station from 1943 to 1951.
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, VoL 49,
(1952) pp. 56-57.

Killinger, G. B.
Argentine Bahia Prospect Discussed by Killinger. Florida Cattleman
and Livestock Journal, Vol. 15, No. 11, (1951) p. 36.

Florida's Pangola Grass. ACL Agricultural and Livestock Topics,
Vol. 3, No. 7, (1951) pp. 1,4.
New Grasses and Legumes Spur Florida's Program. Victory Farm
Forum, Vol. 42, (1951) pp. 14-15.

Kirk, W. G.
Brahman Cattle for Beef Production. The American Brahman, Vol. 2.
No. 6, (1951) pp. 7, 20-24.

Feeding Your Range Herd When Grass is Short Makes Bigger Calves,
Calf Crop. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4,
(1952) pp. 22,23,37.
Scoring Brahman Cattle. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal,
Vol. 16, No. 4, (1952) pp. 31,32.

Kirk, W. G. and Howze, H. C.
Range Station Announces Gains from Feeding of Oranges in Special
Tests. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 14, No. 5,
(1952) pp. 18, 19, 78.
Koger, Marvin.
A Good Bull is Half of Breeder's Herd; Sire Affects Many Genera-
tions. Florida Cattleman and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 8,
(1952) pp. 62-63.
Numerous Crossbreds in Florida. Florida Cattleman and Livestock
Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3, (1951) pp. 62-63.
Selection is the Tool for Improvement of Herd. Florida Cattleman
and Livestock Journal, Vol. 16, No. 9, (1952) p. 68.





Unusual Inheritances Discussed. Florida Cattleman and Livestock
Journal, Vol. 16, No. 7, (1952) pp. 20,22.

Knorr, L. C. and DuCharme, E. P.
Anotaciones Sobre Lepra Explosiva. Idia, Vol. 42-43, (1951) pp.
32-38.

Knorr, L. C., DuCharme, E. P. and Banfi, A.
La Exocortis en los Montes Citricos de la Argentina. Idia, Vol. 45,
(1951) pp. 8-12.
The Occurrence and Effects of "Stem Pitting" in Argentina Grape-
fruit Groves. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 2, (1951) PP. 32-36.

Krienke, W. A.
A. D. S. A. Antibiotic Control Program. Milk Dealer, Vol. 41, No. 1,
(1951) pp. 104, 106. Also, Southern Dairy Products Journal, Vol. 50,
No. 5, (1951) pp. 129, 134, 136, 137. Also Milk Plant Monthly, Vol. 40,
No. 10, (1951) Pp. 52-54. Also, Butter, Cheese and Milk Products
Journal, Vol. 42, No. 12, (1951) pp. 31, 32, 48. Also, Canadian
Dairy and Ice Cream Journal, Vol. 30, No. 10 (1951) pp. 52-54.

Stabilizer Study. Ice Cream Field, Vol. 58, No. 4, (1951) pp. 98-99,
110.

Kuitert, L. C. and Connin, R. V.
Biology of the American Grasshopper in the Southeastern United
States. Florida Entomologist, Vol. 35, No. 1, (1952) pp. 22-33.

Kulwich, Roman, Hansard, Sam L., Comar, C. L. and Davis, George K.
The Effect of Molybdenum on the Metabolism of Copper in Swine and
Rats. Journal of Animal Science, Vol. 10, No. 4, (1951) p. 1052.

Large, J. R.
The Pecan Spray Schedule for Florida. Southeastern Pecan Growers
Association Proceedings, Vol. 45, (1952) pp. 95-105.

Large, J. R. and Phillips, A. M.
Suggested Florida Pecan Spray Schedule. Florida Grower, Vol. 60,
No. 5, (Whole no. 1255) (1952) p. 16.


Lincoln, Francis B.
Report of the Sub-Tropical Fruit Committee. Florida State Horticul-
tural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 273-276.





Lorz, Albert P.
An Interspecific Cross Involving the Lima Bean Phaseolus lunatus
L. Science, Vol. 115, (Whole no. 3000), (1952) pp. 702-703.

McNary, Robert R., Wolford, Richard W. and Patton, Vincent D.
Experimental Treatment of Citrus Waste Water. Food Technology,
Vol. 5, No. 8, (1951) pp. 319-323.

McPherson, W. K.
A Critical Appraisal of Family Farms as an Objective of Public
Policy. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings,
Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 17-18.

Magie, Robert O.
Botrytis and Curvularia Diseases of Gladiolus. North American
Gladiolus Council Bulletin, Vol. 27, (1951) pp. 85-90.
Breeding Disease Resistant Gladiolus. North American Gladiolus
Council Bulletin, Vol. 30, (1952) pp. 78-83.
Breeding Gladiolus for Disease Resistance. Florida State Horticul-
tural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 210-212,
Enjoy Gladiolus in Your Flower Garden. Floriland, Vol. 1, (1951)
pp. 4-5, 20-21.
Limitations of Resistance to Gladiolus Fusarium Disease. The
Gladiolus Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 4, (1951) pp. 2, 36-38. Also, as
What Resistance to Fusarium Disease Means. North American Glad-
iolus Council Bulletin, Vol. 27, (1951) pp. 81-84.
Soil Minor Element Deficiencies. The Gladiolus Magazine, Vol.
15, No. 4, (1951) pp. 18-21.
Superstition Out in Crop Care. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 12
(Whole no. 1249) (1951) pp. 22-23.
Malcolm, John L.
Water Soluble Phosphorus and Potassium in the Soil of Lime and
Avocado Groves in Dade County. Florida State Horticultural Society
Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 285-292.
Marshall, Sidney P., Arnold, P. T. Dix and Wing, James M.
Effects of Aureomycin FeedingUpon the Performance of Dairy Calves.
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49,
(1952) p. 79.

Mehrhof, N. R.
The Florida Poultry and Egg Council Industry Wide. Association
Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 154-
155.





Montelaro, James, Hall, C. B. and Jamison, F. S.
Some Preliminary Studies on the Nitrogen Nutrition of Tomatoes with
Foliar Sprays. American Society for Horticultural Science Proceed-
ings, Vol. 59, (1952). Also, Florida State Horticultural Society Pro-
ceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) PP. 95-96.

Mull, Leon E.
Factors Influencing Organism-Bacteriophage Populations. Iowa State
College Journal of Science, Vol. 26, No. 2, (1952) pp. 254-255.
Improving Chocolate Ice Cream. Florida Dairy News, Vol. 2, No. 5,
(1952) pp. 10, 25.

Mull, Leon E. and Koger, J. F.
Miami's Continuous Flow Milking Systems. Southern Dairy Products
Joural, Vol. 53, No. 3, (1952) pp. 136-138.

Mull, Leon E. and Krienke, W. A.
The Use of Foreign Produced Dried Milk Products in Ice Cream.
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49,
(1952) p. 67.

Neller, J. R.
Review of Phosphate Fertilizer Experiments Underway in Florida.
Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49,
(1952) pp. 47-48.

Nettles, V. F.
Irrigation of Vegetables in the Southeast. Market Growers Journal,
Vol. 81, No. 5, (1952) pp. 26-27.

Nettles, V. F., Dennison, R. A. and Hall, C. B.
The Effect of Post Harvest Environment on the Subsequent Quality
of Tomato Fruits. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Pro-
ceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 117-118.

Nettles, V. F. and Hamdi, Said
The Effect of Soil Fumigation, Source of Nitrogen, and Levels of
Potash and Magnesium on Tomato Yield. Association Southern Agri-
cultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) p. 117.


Olsen, R. W. and Asbell, Dorothy M.
Determination of the Pulp Content of Concentrated Citrus Juices.
Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951)
pp. 171-173.





Olsen, R. W., Huggart, R. L. and Asbell, Dorothy M.
Gelation and Clarification in Concentrated Citrus Juices. II. Effect
of Quantity of Pulp in Concentrate Made from Seedy Varieties of
Fruit. Food Technology, Vol. 5, No. 12, (1951) pp. 530-533.

Parris, G. K.
Downy Mildew Resistant Strains of Watermelon from the Dominican
Republic, West Indies. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35, (1951) pp.
399-401.

Pearson, A. M., Combs, G. E., Jr., Wallace, H. D., Sleeth, R. B.,
Stroud, J. W., Shepherd, J. M. and Koger, Marvin.
The Effects of Stilbestrol Implants on Swine of Different Sexes.
Journal of Animal Science, Vol. 11, No. 2, (1952) pp. 251-260.

Pearson, A. M., Luizzo, J. A., Buchele, R., Glasscock, R. S. and
Cunha, T. J.
The Tissue Deposition of Certain B-Complex Vitamins as Influenced
by Aureomycin and APF in Swine Rations. Journal of Animal Science
(Abstract), Vol. 10, (1951) p. 1032.

Pearson, A. M. and Sleeth, R. B.
Sunflower Seed Meal as a Protein Supplement for Fattening Beef
Steers. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings,
Vol. 49, (1952) p. 63.

Pearson, A. M., Wallace, H. D., Combs, G. E., Jr., Stroud, J. W. and
Koger, Marvin.
The Influences of Stilbestrol on Growth Efficiency of Feed Utiliza-
tion and Carcass Quality of Swine of Different Sexes. Journal of
Animal Science, (Abstract), Vol. 10, (1951) p. 1080.

Phillips, A. M.
Some Observations on Control of the Hickory Shuckworm on Pecans
with Insecticides. Southeastern Pecan Growers Association Proceed-
ings, Vol. 45, (1952) pp. 113-115.

Pratt, R. M., Thompson, W. L. and Griffiths, J. T.
Citrus Insect Control for 1951-1952. Citrus Industry, Vol. 32, No. 7,
(1951) p. 3; No. 8, p. 3; No. 9, p. 3; No. 10, p. 3; No. 11, p. 3; No.
12, p. 3. Vol. 33, No. 1, (1952) p. 3; No. 2, p. 3; No. 3, pp. 3-4;
No. 4, pp. 3, 8; No. 5, pp. 4, 9; No. 6, p. 3.

Prosser, D. S., Jr.
Pneumatic Pruners for Hedging and Pruning. Citrus Magazine, Vol.
14, No. 7, (1952) pp. 19-21.





Randolph, John W.
How They Farm on Muck in Florida. New Jersey Farm and Garden,
Vol. 22, No. 12, (1951) pp. 14-16, 69.

Robertson, W. K.
Effect of Lime on Uptake of Phosphorus Using Labeled Calcium and
Phosphorus. Association Southern Agricultural workers Proceedings,
Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 54-55.

Robinson, Frank A.
Effect of Electric Shock on Oviposition in Queen Bees. American
Bee Journal, Vol. 91, No. 12, (1951) pp. 508-509.

Rouse, A. H.
Effect of Insoluble Solids and Particle Size of Pulp on the Pectin-
esterase Activity in Orange Juice, Florida State Horticult- ral Society
Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 162-166.

Sanders, D. A.
Crotalaria Poisoning of Livestock. Georgia Veterinarian, Vol. 4,
No. 2, (1952) pp. 6T8.

Facts About Blackleg in Cattle. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 10,
(Whole no. 1247), (1951) pp. 10, 25.

Savage, Zach
Can Florida Growers Afford to Use Uncertified Nursery Stock? Citrus
Industry, Vol. 32, No. 11, (1951) pp. 10-11.
Citrus Prices. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 10, (1952) p. 29.

Citrus Production Costs for 1950-51. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 13, No.
13, (1951) pp. 14-15.

Disposition of Florida Oranges. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 5,
(1952) pp. 16-17.
Florida Citrus Grove Records. Citrus Industry, Vol. 33, No. 4, (1952)
pp. 5-6.
Florida Grapefruit Production and Disposition. Citrus Magazine,
Vol. 14, No. 6, (1952) pp. 8-9.

Florida's Standing in Cooperative Marketing and Purchasing. Citrus
Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 3, (1951) p. 25.

Investment in Irrigation Equipment. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 13, No. 11,
(1951) pp. 12-13.
Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Groves. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 2,
(1951) pp. 23,27.





Irrigation. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 10, (1952) pp. 17-18.
Movement of Citrus Trees from Florida Nurseries. Citrus Magazine.
Vol. 14, No. 8, (1952) pp. 22-24.

Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Production. Citrus Magazine, Vol.
13, No. 12, (1951) pp. 14-15.
Outlook for Citrus and Related Fruit. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14,
No. 4, (1951) pp. 18-19.
Results Shown by Production Records on Irrigated and Non-Irrigated
Groves. Citrus Indistry, Vol. 32, No. 9, (1951) p. 5, 12, 17-18.

Some Grove Management Considerations. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14.
No. 9, (1952) pp. 16-18.

The Importance of Citrus in Florida Cash Farm Marketings, Citrus
Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 7, (1952) p. 32.
Twenty Years of Costs and Nineteen Years of Returns. Citrus In-
dustry, Vol. 33, No. 5, (1952) pp. 5-7, 12-13.

Sewell, R. F., Cunha, T. J., Shawyer, C. B., Ney, W. A. and Wallace,
H. D.
Effect of Aureomycin on the Vitamin B12 and Methionine Needs of
the Pig. Journal American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol. 13,
(1952) p. 186.

Sharpe, R. H., Blackmon, G. H. and Gammon, Nathan, Jr.,
Magnesium Deficiency of Pecans. Southeastern Pecan Growers
Association Proceedings, Vol. 44, (1951) pp. 23-28.
Relation of Potash and Phosphate Fertilization to Cold Injury of
Moore Pecans. Southeastern Pecan Growers Association Proceedings,
Vol. 45, (1952) pp. 81-86.

Sharpe, R. H. and Gammon, Nathan, Jr.
Sources of Error in Foliar Analysis of Pecans. American Society
for Horticultural Science Proceedings, Vol. 58, (1951) pp. 120-124.

Sharpe, R. H. and Winsor, H. W.
Cross-Feeding and Boron Placement Studies with Pecans. American
Society for Horticultural Science Proceedings, Vol. 57, (1951) pp.
203-206.

Shirley, Ray L., Driggers, J. C., McCall, John T. and Davis, G. K.
Excretion of P32 and Ca45 into the Various Alimentary Segments of
Hens. Poultry Science, Vol. 31, No. 2, (1952) pp. 316-320.





Shirley, Ray L., Driggers, J. C., McCall, John T., Davis, G. K. and
Mehrhof, N. R.
Excretion and Retention of P32 and Ca45 by Laying Hens. Poultry
Science, Vol. 30, No. 5, (1951) pp. 730-734.

Shirley, Ray L., Owens, R. D. and Davis, G. K.
Alimentary Excretion of Phosphorus32 in Rats on High Molybdenum
and Copper Diets. Journal of Nutrition, Vol. 44, (1951) pp. 595-602.

Showalter, R. K.
Improved Packaging and Handling Methods for Marketing Florida
Tomatoes. Association Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings,
Vol. 49, (1952), p. 128.

Showalter, R. K., Halsey, L. H. and McCollock, L. P.
Injuries in Shipping and Handling Tomatoes. Florida State Horticul-
tural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 125-128.

Tomato Shipping Tests from Florida to Terminal Markets. Pre-Pack-
age, Vol. 4, No. 12, (1951) pp. 14-16.

Simpson, Charles F., Sanders, D. A. and French, R. B
A Technique for the Collection and Transfusion of Bood in Cattle.
American Veterinary Medical Association Journal, Vol. 110, No. 898,
(1952) pp. 17-19.

Sites, John W., Reitz, Herman J. and Deszyck, E. J.
Some Results of Irrigation Research with Florida Citrus. Florida
State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 71-79.
Also, Citrus Industry, Vol. 33, No. 2, (1952) pp. 5-8, 13-17.

Spencer, Earnest L.
Vegetable Nutritional Sprays. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 8 (Whole
no. 1245) (1951) pp. 4-5.

Spurlock, A. H.
Livestock: A Progressive Industry. The Florida Handbook (3rd Edi-
tion) (1952) p. 59. The Peninsular Publishing Company, Tallahassee,
Florida.
Marketing Florida Tomatoes. Association Southern Agricultural
Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 128-129.
Packing Labor and Returns for Tomatoes by Type of Container.
Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951)
pp. 128-130.





Stearns, C. R., Jr.
Performance of the "Volute" Attachment for the Speed Sprayer.
Citrus Industry, Vol. 33, No. 6, (1952) p. 8.

Stearns, C. R., Jr., Griffiths, J. T., Bradley, W. R. and Thompson,
W. L.
Concentration of Parathion Vapor in Groves after Spraying and Ef-
fects of the Vapor on Small Animals. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 13, No.
13, (1951) PP. 25-26.

Stearns, C.R., Jr., Griffiths, J.T., Thompson, W.L. and Deszyck, E.J.
Progress Report on Concentrated Sprays on Citrus in Florida. Florida
State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 64-66.

Stewart, Ivan and Leonard, C. D.
Iron Chlorosis Its Possible Causes and Control. Citrus Magazine,
Vol. 14, No. 10, (1952) pp. 22-25.

Molybdenum Deficiency in Citrus. Florida State Horticultural Society
Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 51-53.

Stevenson, Frank V.
Internal Damage to Celery in Florida Caused Apparently by Winds
of Hurricane Force. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35, (1951) p. 402.

Stevenson, Frank V., Wolf, E. A. and Bregger, Thomas
A Preliminary Report on the Testing of Sweet Corn for Resistance
to Helminthosporium turcicum Pass. at the Everglades Experiment
Station in 1950-51. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35, (1951) p. 488.

Stoner, Warren N.
A Comparison Between Grape Degeneration in Florida and Pierce's
Disease in California. Florida Entomologist, Vol. 35, No. 2, (1952)
pp. 62-68.
A Report on the Influence of Spray Additives on Control of Helmin-
thosporium turcicum Pass. in the Everglades. Plant Disease Report-
er, Vol. 35, (1951) pp. 487-488.

A 2, 4-D Chemical Causes Unusual Injury to Cabbage. Plant Disease
Reporter, Vol. 35, (1951) pp. 327-328.

The Effects of Various Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilizer Ap-
plications on the Incidence and Severity of Helminthosporium Leaf
Blight of Sweet Corn. Florida State Horticultural Society Proceed-
ings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 131-133.





Stoner, W. N., Stevenson, F. V., Genung, W. G., Thames, W. H., Seale,
C. S., Gangstad, E. O. and Pate, J. B.
Preliminary Reports of Some of the Disease and Pest Problems of
Kenaf, Hibiscus cannabinus L. in South Florida. Plant Disease
Reporter, Vol. 36, (1952) pp. 121-126.

Stoner, Warren N. and Stover, Loren H.
Field Plot Observations Indicate that new Hybrid Grapes are Vigor-
ous in Florida Degeneration Areas. Florida State Horticultural Society
Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 266-268.

Stoner, Warren N., Stover, Loren H. and Parris, G. K.
Field and Laboratory Investigations Indicate Grape Degeneration in
Florida is due to Pierce's Disease Virus Infection. Plant Disease
Reporter, Vol. 35, (1951) pp. 341-344.

Tisdale, W. B.
Clubroot of Crucifers in Florida. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 35,
(1951) p. 509.
What's New in Plant Pathology. Plant Disease Reporter, Vol. 36,
(1952) pp. 208-210.

Volk, Gaylord M.
Don't Lose your Fertilizer Through Leaching. Victory Farm Forum,
Vol. 43, No. 12, (1951).

Wallace, H. D., Combs, George E. and Cunha, T. J.
Amino Acid, Ferrous Sulfate, Fish Solubles, and Antibiotic B12
Additions to Cottonseed Meal Rations for Weanling Pigs. Association
Southern Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) p. 60.

Wallace, H. D., Ney, W. A., Albert, L. T. and Cunha, T. J.
Effect of Reducing and Discontinuing Aureomycin Supplementation
During the Growing-Fattening Period of the Pig. Journal of Animal
Science (Abstract), Vol. 10, (1951) p. 1066.

Wallace, H. D., Ney, W. A.,,and Cunha, T. J.
Various Antibiotics and 3-Nitro-4Hydroxyphenyl Arsonic Acid in
Corn-Peanut Meal Rations for Swine. Society for Experimental Biol-
ogy and Medicine Proceedings, Vol. 78, (1951) pp. 807-808.

Walter, James M.
Fungicides for Fall Tomatoes. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 10
(Whole no. 1247), (1951) pp. 30-31.





Nabam in Tank-Mixed Fungicide. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 9
(Whole no. 1246), (1951) p. 22.

Walter, James M. and Conover, Robert A.
Hereditary Resistance to Late Blight of Tomato. Phytopathology,
Vol. 42, (1952) pp. 197-199.

Wander, I. W.
Soil Reaction or pH. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 13, No. 12, (1951) p. 17.

The Use of Agricultural Limestone and Dolomite in Florida Citrus
Production. Citrus Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 3, (1951) pp. 35-36.


Warner, J. D.
Argentine-New Bahia Grass is More Vigorous, Produces More Seed
and Pasture. Southern Seedsman, Vol. 14, No. 9, (1951) pp. 22,62,67.

Wenzel, F. W., Moore, E. L. and Atkins, C. D.
Factors Affecting the Consumer Cost of Frozen Orange Concentrate.
Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp.
82-86.

Wenzel, F. W., Moore, E. L., Rouse, A. H. and Atkins, C. D.
Gelation and Clarification in Concentrated Citrus Juices. I. Introduc-
tion and Present Status. Food Technology, Vol. 5, (1951) pp. 454-
457.


Westgate, Philip J.
Azalea Leaf Tip Burn. Florida Grower, Vol. 60, No. 1 (Whole no.
1250) (1952) p. 26.
Preliminary Results and Observations on Blackheart of Celery,
Florida State Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951)
pp. 87-92.
Response of Plants to Saline Soil Conditions. Association Southern
Agricultural Workers Proceedings, Vol. 49, (1952) pp. 170-171.


Wilkowske, H. H.
Florida Association of Milk Sanitarians Eighth Annual Conference
Report. Journal of Milk and Food Technology, Vol. 15, No. 3, (1952)
p. 138. Also, Florida Dairy News, Vol. 2, No. 5, (1952) p. 23.
Milk is Your Best Food Buy. Florida Dairy News, Vol. 2, No. 5,
(1952) p. 18.





Wilkowske, H. H. and Krienke, W. A.
Influence of Penicillin on the Lactic Acid Production of Certain
Lactobacilli. Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. 34, No. 10, (1951) pp.
1030-1033.
Influence of Penicillin in Milk on Total and Coliform Bacteria Plate
Counts. Journal of Milk and Food Technology, Vol. 14, No. 3, (1951)
pp. 92-94.

Wilkowske, H. H. and Mull, L. E.
Reconstituting Non-Fat Dry Milk Solids. Southern Dairy Products
Journal, Vol. 51, No. 6, (1952) pp. 152-154.

Willson, A. E.
Boron Nutrition in Citrus. Florida State Horticultural Society Pro-
ceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 53-57.

Wilson, John W.
Corn Earworm Control Spraying Methods. Florida Entomologist,
Vol. 35, No. 1, (1952) pp. 3-9.
Preliminary Investigations of Systemic Insecticides. Florida State
Horticultural Society Proceedings, Vol. 64, (1951) pp. 117-119.

Wilson, John W., Thames, Walter H., and Hayslip, Norman C.
Corn Earworm Control Summary and Recommendations. Florida
Entomologist, Vol. 35, No. 2, (1952) pp. 57-61.

Winchester, C. F. and Davis, George K.
The Influence of Thyroxin on Growth of Chickens. Poultry Science,
Vol. 31, No. 1, (1952) pp. 31-32.

Wolf, Emil A.
South Florida Sweet Potatoes. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 12 (Whole
no. 1249) (1951) pp. 12, 42-43.

Wolf, Emil A. and Stevenson, Frank T.
Sweet Corn Production in the Everglades. Florida Grower, Vol. 60,
No. 3 (Whole no. 1253) (1952) pp. 19,45.

Wolfenbarger, D. 0. and Cobin, Milton
Notes on the Pollination of Some Subtropical Fruit Plants. Florida
State Department of Agriculture, Special Series No. 66, (1951) pp.
107-111.





AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE

(An Annual Report of this agency describes in more detail the pub-
lications here listed as well as a review of its work.)

Bulletin Series:

150. Watkins, John V.
Propagation of Ornamental Plants. 56 Pp.

151. Haynie, John D. and Murphey, Millege, Jr.
Beginning Beekeeping. 31 pp.

152. Mowry, Harold
Native and Exotic Palms of Florida. 70 pp.


Circulars:

95R. Parvin, Fayette W.
A Cow-and-Calf Plan for Florida. 6 pp.

Journal Articles:

Arnett, Cleo M.
Let's Use More Honey to Delight Family Appetites. Florida Poul-
try and Farm Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 14-15.

Jefferson, Barbara
GardeningNorth of the Tampa Parallel. Tropical Homes and Garden-
ing, Vol. 1, No. 10, (July, 1951) pp. 12-19; Vol. 1, No. 11, (August,
1951) pp. 18-19; Vol. 1, No. 12, (September, 1951) pp. 20-21; Vol.
2, No. 1, (October, 1951) pp. 24-25, 33; Vol. 2, No. 2, (November,
1951) pp. 22-23, 31; Vol. 2, No. 3, (December, 1951) pp. 22-23, 25;
Vol. 2, No. 4, (January, 1952) pp. 20-21, 23; Vol. 2, No. 5, (Febru-
ary, 1952) pp. 20-21, 23; Vol. 2, No. 6, (March, 1952) pp. 20-21, 23;
Vol. 2, No. 7, (April, 1952) pp. 18-19, 22; Vol. 2, No. 8, (May,
1952) pp. 18-19, 22.

Joiner, Jasper N.
Gardening North of the Tampa Parallel. Tropical Homes and Garden-
ing, Vol. 2, No. 9, (June, 1952) pp. 20-21.

Kiser, Lora A.
Avocado. Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 9, (September,
1951) p. 32.





Food Conservation. Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 5, (May,
1952) p. 21.
Guavas. Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 7, (July, 1951) p. 45.

Honey. Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 10, (October, 1951)
p. 38.
Mangoes. Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 8, (August, 1951)
P. 33.
Milk in the Diet, Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 11, (Novem-
ber, 1951) p. 39.

Vegetables in Our Meals. Florida Grower Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 1
(January, 1952) p. 35.

Warren, Alma
Florida Home Demonstration Work in 1951. Florida Poultry and Farm
Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 3, 19.

What Home Demonstration Work Is. Florida State University Alumni
Bulletin, (Fall, 1951).



ARCHITECTURE AND ART

Block, Herman H.
University Moulds Tomorrow's Builders. Florida Builder, Vol. 6,
No. 6, (December, 1951) p. 6.

Holbrook, Hollis H.
The Fresco Painting Technique. Design, Vol. 53, No. 9, (June-Sept,
1952) pp. 211, 223, 227.

Martin, Fletcher
Clown Act, The Blossom, The Toy Birds, paintings in Newsweek.
Vol. 39, No. 15, (April 14, 1952) p. 57.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Baumgarten, Warren (F. Martin)
Aesthetic Foundations in the Age of the Sciences: Art as an Educa-
tion in Society.





Chandler, Lois (P. R. McIntosh)
A Personal Theory of Painting

Collins, Harvey Arnold (F. Martin)
An Evaluation of the Attitudes of Modem Painters.

Neidhardt, Carl Richard (S. R. Purser)
Painting Problems: Ten Experiments Involving Line, Space, Color,
and Light

Porter, Sumpter Quilla, Jr. (H. H. Block)
Project Planning and Construction Supervision.

Schmidt, Freda Oien (B. K. Warren)
Description of Aesthetic Approaches and Technical Methods Used in
Creating Designs for Ceramic Containers for Specific Flowers.

Suarez, Raymond Joseph (H. H. Block)
A Preliminary Estimating Procedure for Construction Plant and
Equipment Selection, and a Basic Cost Classification.

Thompson, Russell (K. E. Peabody)
Experimental Ceramic Forms.



BIOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY

Allee, Warder, C. and Foreman, Darhl
Effects of Testosterone Propionate on Social Status in Six Breeds of
Common Domestic Hens. Science, Vol. 115, No. 2992, (May 2, 1952)
p. 480.

Allee, Warder C., Hesse, Richard, and Schmidt, K. P.
Ecological Animal Geography. 2nd edition. New York, John Wiley
and Sons, Inc., 1951. 718 pp.

Berner, Lewis
Entomological Report on Development of River Volta Basin. Accra,
Government of the Gold Coast, 1952. 84 pp. (Mimeographed).

Brodkorb, Peirce
Body Temperature and Breathing Rate in a Nighthawk. Condor, Vol.
53, No. 6, (November-December, 1951) p. 301.

A New Rail from the Pleistocene of Florida. Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 64,
No. 2, (June, 1952) pp. 80-82.





The Types of Lambrecht's Fossil Bird Genera. Condor, Vol. 54, No.
3, (May-June, 1952) pp. 174-175.

Byers, C. Francis
The Red Tide Project. Engineering Progress at the University of
Florida, Vol. 6, No. 4, (April, 1952) p. 3.

Carr, Archie F., Jr.
Handbook of Turtles. Ithaca, New York, Comstock, 1952. 542 pp.

Dickinson, J. C., Jr.
A Nest of Chaetura vauxi richmondi in Central Honduras. Wilson
Bulletin, Vol. 63, No. 3, (September, 1951) pp. 201-202.

Dickinson, J. C., Jr. and Carr, Marjorie H.
The San Geronimo Swift in Honduras. Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 63, No. 4,
(December, 1951) pp. 271-273.

Goin, Coleman J.
Notes on the Eggs and Early Larvae of Three More Florida Salaman-
ders. Carnegie Museum Annals, Vol. 32, Art. 2, (1951) pp. 256-262.

Snakes in Your Barn. Florida Grower, Vol. 59, No. 10, (November,
1951) pp. 28-30.
Two New Records for Eleutherodactylus ricordi planirostris in the
Bahama Islands. Herpetologica, Vol. 7, (December, 1951) p. 200.

Goin, Coleman J. and Goin, Olive B.
Notes on the Natural History of the Lizard Eumeces laticeps, in
Northern Florida. Florida Academy of Sciences Quarterly Journal,
Vol. 14, No. 1, (March, 1951) pp. 29-33.

Goin, Coleman J., and Erdman, Donald S.
The Crested Garfish, Lophotus lacepedei, from Florida; first record
for the western North Atlantic. Copeia, No. 4, (December, 1951) pp.
285-288.

Grobman, Arnold B.
Letter to the Editor. American Journal of Human Genetics, Vol. 4, No.
1, (March, 1952) pp. 54-55.

Odum, H. T.
The Carolina Bays and a Pleistocene Weather Map. American Journal
of Science, Vol. 250, (April, 1952) pp. 262-270.





Notes on the Strontium Content of Sea Water, Celestite Radiolaria
and Strontianite Snail Shells. Science, Vol. 114, No. 2956, (August
24, 1951) pp. 211-213.

Nudibranch Spicules Made of Amorphous Calcium Carbonate. Science,
Vol. 114, No. 2963, (October 12, 1951) p. 395.

The Stability of the World Strontium Cycle. Science, Vol. 114, No.
2964, (October 19, 1951) pp. 407-411.

Strontium in Florida Waters, in: Chemical Character of Florida's
Waters, by A. P. Black and E. Brown. (Water Survey and Research
Paper No. 6). Tallahassee, Florida, Florida State Board of Conserva-
tion, Division of Water Survey and Research, November 30, 1951.
pp. 20-21.

Pierce, E. Lowe
The Chaetognatha of the West Coast of Florida. Engineering Progress
at the University of Florida, Vol. 6, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 4-26.

Reid, George K., Jr.
Some Considerations and Problems in the Ecology of Floating Islands.
Florida Academy of Science Quarterly Journal, Vol. 15, No. 1, (March,
1952) pp. 63-66.

Wallace, H. K.
On the Natural History and Identification of Spiders. Florida Academy
of Science Quarterly Journal, Vol. 14, No. 4, (December, 1951) pp.
251-254.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Adams, Claude T. (P. Brodkorb)
Comparative Osteology of the Night Herons Nycticorax nycticorax
hoactli and Nyctanassa violacea violacea.

* Burke, Jack Denning (H. B. Sherman)
Blood Volume and Oxygen Capacity in Mammals.

Burns, Bartley J. (P. Brodkorb)
A Survey of the Birds of Newnan's Lake, Florida



Doctor of Philosophy





Decker, John Dewitt (E. R. Jones)
A Histological Study of the Digestive Tract of the Sirenidae (Exclud-
ing the Oro-pharyngeal Cavity).

Fehon, Jack Harold (P. Brodkorb)
The Comparative Osteology of the King and Clapper Rails.

Jennings, William L. (B. B. Leavitt)
A Study of the Life History and Ecology of the Gray Squirrel (Sciurus
c. carolinensis Gmelin) in Gulf Hammock.

Knepton, James Cannie, Jr. (A. B. Grobman)
A Study of the Responses of Certain Male Salientia from Florida to
Human Chorionic Gonadotropic Hormone.

Mecham, John Steven (C. J. Goin)
A Study of Geographic Variation in the Green Frog, Kana clamitans,
Latreille.

Michelson, Edward Harlan (E. R. Jones)
An Ecological Survey of the Terrestrial Mollusks of Alachua County.

Nirenberg, Marshall Warren (L. Beer)
The Caddis Flies of Alachua County, with Notes on Those of Florida.

Phillips, Grace R. (C. F. Byers)
A Study of the Morphology of the Larva of Orthostethus infuscatus
(Germ) (Coleopetera Elateridae).

* Reid, George Kell, Jr. (A. F. Carr)
A Study of the Gulf Fishes in the Vicinity of Cedar Key, Florida.


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS

Baquero, Jose A.
Manual de Hacienda Pdblica y Fallos de Contraloria. Quito, Ecuador,
Imprenta de Suministros, 1951.

Bigham, Truman C. and Roberts, Merrill J.
Transportation: Principles and Problems. 2nd ed. New York, New
York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1952. 710 pp.


* Doctor of Philosophy





Kilpatrick, Wylie
Inflation and Local Governments. National Tax Association Proceed-
ings, Vol. 44, (1951) pp. 115-122.

Lanham, James S. and others
Price Level Changes and Financial Statements; Supplementary State-
ment No. 2, American Accounting Association Committee on Concept
and Standards Underlying Corporate Financial Statements. The Ac-
counting Review, Vol. 26, No. 4, (October, 1951) pp. 468-474.

Current Assets and Current Liabilities; Supplementary Statement No.
3, American Accounting Association Committee on Concept and Stand-
ards Underlying Corporate Financial Statements. The Accounting
Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, (January, 1952) p. 15.

Millican, Charles N.
Should Banks Make Church Loans? Bankers Monthly, Vol. 68, No. 8,
(August, 1951) pp. 7-8+; Monthly Letter: The Carolina-Virginia Chap-
ter of the Robert Morris Associates, No. 63, (March, 1952) pp. 1-6.

The Financial Policies of Churches. The Journal of Finance, Vol.
6, No. 4, (December, 1951) pp. 419-428.


Floyd, Joe Summers
Effects of Taxation on Industrial Location. Chapel Hill, N. C., The
University of North Carolina Press, 1952. 155 pp.

The Effect of State and Local Taxes upon the Selection of Industrial
Locations. National Tax Association Proceedings, Vol. 44, (1951)
pp. 435-445.


Goodwin, Frank
Before the Sale Opens. First Annual Retail Hardware Salesmanship
Clinic Proceedings, University of Florida, General Extension Divi-
sion, February, 1952. pp. 1-14.

Closing the Sale. First Annual Retail Hardware Salesmanship Clinic
Proceedings, University of Florida, General Extension Division,
February 1952. pp. 59-74.

Four Personal Traits That Will Help You and Your Employees Get
More Satisfied Customers. Refrigeration, Vol. 93, No. 41, (July 9,
1951) pp. 2-3.
Look Yourself in the Eye. First Annual Retail Hardware Salesman-
ship Clinic Proceedings, University of Florida, General Extension
Division, February, 1952. pp. 75-86.





Letter Writing Principles, parts I-IV. Florida Florist and Nurseryman,
Vol. 4, No. 1, (June, 1952) pp. 12-13.

Successful Salesmanship. National Sales and Management Rally for
Florists Proceedings, Vol. 1, (November, 1951) pp. 132-141.

The Egocentric Predicament. Florida Park and Recreation Associa-
tion, Second Annual Proceedings, September 1951. pp. 1-8.

The Pot of Gold. Florida Florist and Nurseryman, Vol. 3, No. 8,
(January, 1952) p. 8.

Luck, Thomas J.
Goodyear Educates the Educators. Personnel, Vol. 28, No. 6, (May,
1952) pp. 501-506.

Has Personnel Management a Place for the Small Dealer? Hearing
Dealer, Vol. 2, No. 3, (March, 1952) pp. 10-12.

Personnel Management for the Small Business. Advertiser's Digest,
Vol. 16, No. 12, (December, 1951) p. 18.

Personnel Management for the Small Manufacturer. National Asso-
ciation Manufacturers News Letter, Vol. 18, No. 1, (January, 1952)
pp. 12-15.
Personnel Management in the Small-Staffed Office. Savings and Loan
News, Vol. 16, No. 9, (September, 1951) pp. 23.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in Parentheses signify directors of the theses)
Barchan, Stanley S., Jr. (M. D. Anderson)
A Static Study of Four Factors that Affect the Evaluation of Certain
Selected Industrial Common Stocks.

Baxley, William Haselton, Jr. (J. B. McFerrin)
Some Financial Aspects of the Air Transportation Industry with Par-
ticular Attention to Delta, Eastern, and American Airlines.

Cobb, Arthur Lee (M. D. Anderson)
Forecasting the Price of Individual Common Shares from Multivariate
Analysis of Determining Factors.

Fenlon, Paul Edward (J. N. Webb)
The Businessman and the Entrepreneur.

Terry, Addison, (M. W. Shields)
The Economic Disequilibrium in Puerto Rico.





BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH


Manufacturing in Florida. State Economic Studies No. 2, June, 1952, 177
pp.

Economic Leaflets Series:

Goggin, John M.
Florida's Indians. Vol. X, No. 8, (July, (1951)

Wyatt, John W.
Some Legal Aspects of Sales. Vol. X, No. 9, (August, 1951)

Dovell, J. E.
The Development of Commercial Transportation in Florida. Vol. X,
No. 10, (September, 1951).

Floyd, Joe S., Jr.
Point IV-A Program for Underdeveloped Areas. Vol. X, No. 11,
(October, 1951)

Diettrich, Sigismond deR.
Florida's Shrimp Industry. Vol. X, No. 12, (November, 1951)

Scott, John M.
The Dairy Industry in Florida. Vol. XI, No. 1, (December, 1951)

Black, A. P. and Eidsness, F. A.
Industrial Water Supply in Florida. Vol. XI, No. 2, (January, 1952)

Muehlner, Felix
Industrial Dispersion in the United States. Vol. XI, No. 3, (February,
1952)

Eutsler, Roland B.
The First Twenty-Five Years of the College of Business Administra-
tion. Vol. XI, No. 4, (March, 1952)

Webb, John N. and Fenlon, Paul E.
Florida's Early Industrial Development: 1850-1890. Vol. XI, No. 5
(April, 1952)

McPherson, William K.
Some Aspects of Economic Development in the Tennessee Valley.
Vol. XI, No. 6, (May, 1952)





Roberts, Merrill J. and Day, Richard L.
Florida's Transportation System. Vol. XI, No. 7, (June, 1952)



CANCER RESEARCH

Breidenbach, A. W., Cambel, Perihan, and Ray, F. E.
Gastric Ascorbic Acid in the Gastritic Rat. Society for Experimental
Biology and Medicine Proceedings, Vol. 80, No. 1, (May, 1952) pp.
144- 146.

Cambel, Perihan
"The Function of Mast Cells. A Methylcholanthrene-Induced "Masto-
cytoma." Florida Academy of Sciences Quarterly Journal, Vol. 15,
No. 1, (March, 1952) pp. 53-62.

Siderosis and Mast Cell Vacuolation in the Albino Rat after Toluidine
Blue O Administration. Federation of American Societies for Experi-
mental Biology, Proceedings, Vol. 11, (May, 1952) p. 409.

Cambel, Perihan, and Conroy, Cecelia
Ectopic Pancreatic Tissue in the Stomach Wall of an Albino Rat.
Florida Academy of Sciences Quarterly Journal, Vol. 14, No. 4,
(December, 1951) pp. 239-246.

Cambel, Perihan, Conroy, Cecelia E., and Sgouris, James T.
Gastric Mast Cell Diapedesis in the Albino Rat. Science, Vol. 115,
(April, 1952) PP. 373-374.

Cambel, Perihan, and Heisler, M.
Kombine Bir Elastik Lif-Munzam Dokusu Boyasi. Turk Ijiyen Ve
Tecrubi Biyoloji Dergisi, Cilt XI, Sayi 3, (1951).

Cambel, Perihan, and Ray, F. E.
Forestomach Papillomas and Gastritis in the Rat after Treatment
with 2-Aminofluorene and Derivatives. Cancer Research, Vol. 12,
No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 252-253.

Cambel, Perihan, with technical assistance of Dorothy Sawicki.
The Action of Pectinol and Pectin Esterase on Sections of Rat and
Guinea Pig Stomachs. Science, Vol. 115, (May, 1952) pp. 596-597.

Comparative Study of Four Solutions for Affixing Paraffin Sections.
American Society of Clinical Pathology Journal, Vol. 22, No. 6,
(June, 1952) pp. 600-602.





Cambel, Perihan, and Sgouris, James.
Modifications in Bowie's Staining of Pepsinogen Granules. Stain
Technology, Vol. 26, No. 4, (October, 1951) pp. 243-246.

Gutmann, Helmut R.
The Preparation and Spectrophotometric Estimation of 2-Amino-7-
Hydroxyfluorene. American Chemical Society Journal, Vol. 74, No.
3, (February 5, 1952) pp. 836-837.

Gutmann, Helmut R., and Ray, Francis E.
A New Synthesis of 2-Chloro-7-nitrofluorene. American Chemical
Society Journal, Vol. 73, No. 8, (August, 1951) p. 4033.


Ray, Francis Earl, and Argus, Mary Francis.
The Metabolism of N-(p-tosyl)-2-aminofluorene-S35 in the Rat. Cancer
Research, Vol. 11, No. 4, (April, 1951) p. 274.


Ray, Francis Earl, and Jung, Mary L.
A Basis for the Selection of Carcinogens Likely to Produce Experi-
mental Gastric Cancer. British Journal of Cancer, Vol. 5, No. 3,
(September, 1951) pp. 358-363.


Ray, Francis Earl, and Peters, John H.
Secretion by the Stomach of Potential Carcinogens Derived from
2-Aminofluorene. British Journal of Cancer, Vol. 5, No. 3, (September,
1951) pp. 364-369.

Secretion by the Stomach of Compounds Derived from 2-Aminofluorene.
Cancer Research, Vol. 12, No. 4, (April, 1952) PP. 289-290.


Ray, Francis E., Sawicki, Eugene, and Borum, Olin H.
Diels-Alder Reactions of Maleimide. American Chemical Society
Journal, Vol. 74, No. 5, (March 5, 1952) pp. 1247-1249.

Woislawski, Siegfried
Ionization and Distribution Between Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Sol-
vents of Dyes in Relation to Gastric Secretion. Society for Experi-
mental Biology and Medicine Proceedings, Vol. 79, No. 3, (March,
1952) pp. 390-393.
Fluorene Analog of Trypan Blue (2,7-Bis-(8'-Amino-3'-6'-Disulfo-1'-
Hydroxy-2'Naphthylazo)-Fluorene). American Chemical Society Jour-
nal, Vol. 74, No. 12, (June 20, 1952) PP. 3197-3198.





Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Adams, Martha Goodwin (Perihan Cambel)
Mitotic Activity in the Rat's Prepyloric Mucosa after Eugenol Treat-
ment.

Argus, Mary Frances (F. E. Ray)
New Compounds for Cancer Research. The Synthesis and Metabolic
Study of Isotopic Derivatives of Fluorene. (Ray, Francis Earl and
Argus, Mary Francis. Studies on the Metabolism, Distribution, and
Excretion of 2-p.Toluensulfonamidofluorene-S35 in the Rat. Cancer
Research, Vol. 11, No. 10, (October, 1951) pp. 783-787.)

Kiely, Gladys E. (Helmut Gutmann)
The Metabolism of 2-Aminofluorene in the Rat. (Gutmann, Helmut
R., Keily, Gladys E., and Klein, Michael. The Metabolism of 2-
Aminofluorene in the Rat. Cancer Research, Vol. 12, No. 5, (May,
1952) pp. 350-355. Abstract: Federation of American Societies for
Experimental Biology Proceedings, Vol. 11, No. 1, Part 1, (March,
1952) p. 488.)

CHEMISTRY

Black, A. P.
Fluoridation of Municipal Waters A Chemist's Evaluation. Public
Health Reports, Vol. 67, No. 1, (January, 1952) p. 36+.
The Chemist Looks at Fluoridation. American Dental Association
Journal, Vol. 44, (February, 1952) pp. 137-144.
Black, A. P. and Brown, Eugene
Chemical Character of Florida's Waters 1951. (Water Survey and
Research Paper No. 6.) Tallahassee, Florida, State Board of Con-
servation, Division of Water Survey and Research, November 30,
1951. 119 pp.
Black, A. P. and Goodson, James B., Jr.
The Oxidation of Sulphides by Chlorine in Dilute Aqueous Solutions.
American Water Works Association Journal, Vol. 44, No. 4, (April,
1952) pp. 309-316.

Butler, George B. and Benjamin, Ben M.
Preparation and Properties of Some Unsaturated Sulfonium Salts.
American Chemical Society Journal, Vol. 74, No. 7, (April 5, 1952)
p. 1846.

SDoctor of Philosophy





Butler, George B. and Goette, Robert L.
Preparation and Polymerization of Unsaturated Quaternary Ammonium
Compounds, III: Vinyloxyethyl derivatives. American Chemical Society
Journal, Vol. 74, No. 8, (.April 20, 1952) pp. 1939-1941.

Butler, George B., Bunch, Robert L. and Langley, Francis L.
Preparation and Polymerization of Unsaturated Quaternary Ammonium
Compounds, IV: Some Properties of the Polymers. American Chemical
Society Journal, Vol. 74, No. 10, (May 20, 1952) pp. 2543-2547.

Hawkins, J. E.
The Education of Future Scientists. Vital Speeches, Vol. 18, (April
15, 1952) pp. 395-400.

Hawkins, J. E. and Brent, J. A., Jr.
Performance of Packed Columns during Batch Fractionation. Indus-
trial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 43., No. 11, (November, 1951)
pp. 2611-2621.

Hawkins, J. E. and Hunt, Harry G.
The Preparation of Ocimene from a-Pinene. American Chemical
Society Journal, Vol. 73, No. 11, (November, 1941) pp. 5379-5381.

Pollard, C.B., Rietz, Edward G., Todsen, Thomas D., and Leon, Arthur b.
Derivatives of B-Hydroxypropyl Sulphides, II: Alkylthioalkosypro-
panols. American Chemical Society Journal, Vol. 74, No. 5, (March
5, 1952) pp. 1358-1359.

Pollard, C. B. and Wicker, T. H.
Ether Amino Alcohols, II. Journal of Organic Chemistry, Vol. 17,
No. 1, (January, 1952) pp. 1-3.

Reid, C. E. and LeRosen, A. L.
An Investigation of Certain Solvent Effect in Absorption Spectra.
Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 20, (February, 1952) pp. 233-236.


Reitz, Edward G. and Miller, Robert N.
The Student Affiliate Section at the University of Florida. Journal
of Chemical Education, Vol. 29, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 196-197.

Tarrant, Paul and Brown, Henry C.
The Addition of Some Phenols to 1, 1-Difluoroethylenes. American
Chemical Society Journal, Vol. 73, No. 12, (December, 1951) pp.
5831-5833.





Graduate Theses:


(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

* Benjamin, Ben Monte (G. B. Butler)
The Use of Carbon-14 in a Study of the Wagner Rearrangement.

* Brown, Eugene (A. P. Black)
The Geochemistry of the Ground Waters of Northeastern Florida and
Southeastern Georgia.

Gray, Betty Sue (C. B. Pollard)
Derivatives of Piperazine, XIII. Aides Derived from Piperazine,
N-Phenylpiperazine and 2,5-Dimethylpiperazine.

* Ingwalson, Raymond W. (C. B. Pollard)
Derivatives of Heterocyclic Amines with 1,2-Epoxy-3-Aryloxypro-
panes and Chlorocarbonates.

Johnson, Roger Alvin (G. B. Butler)
Preparation and Polymerization of Unsaturated Quaternary Ammonium
Salts Containing the Propargyl Group.

* Letaw, Harry, Jr. (A. H. Gropp)
A Study of the Infrared Spectra of Some Substituted Acetamides.

* Lewis, Norman J. (C. B. Pollard)
Unsaturated Amines. Investigation of the Reaction of Secondary
Aliphatic Amines with Aldehydes.

McCandless, Robert F. J. (T. W. Stears)
The Riboflavin, Thiamin, Niacin and Pantothenic Acid Content of
Subculture Mycelia of the Mushroom, Agaricus blazei.

* Smith, James Luther (C. B. Pollard)
The Synthesis of Unsaturated Amino-Ethers and the Reduction of
Imines with Lithium Aluminum Hydride.

Stasch, Ann Rita (T. W. Steams)
A Study of Toxaphene Residues.

West, Robert Charles (A. H. Gropp and A.P. Black)
A Comparative Analysis of Certain Monazite Sands.


Doctor of Philosophy





EDUCATION


Baughman, George F.
Student Service Center at Florida Wins Wide Favor. College and
University Business, Vol. 12, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 36-37.

What the College Housing Program can do for your Institution. Col-
lege and University Business, Vol. 12, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 19-22.

Boutelle, Margaret W.
Talking About Books, The English Journal, Vol. 40, No. 10, (Decem-
ber, 1951) pp. 574-575.

Cumbee, Carrol F., and Laird, Dorothy S.
An Experiment in Modifying Ethnic Attitudes of College Students.
The Journal of Educational Sociology, Vol. 25, No. 7, (March, 1952)
pp. 401-409.

Garris, Edward W.
Future Farmers of America. The Agricultural Education Magazine,
Vol. 24, No. 5, (November, 1951) p. 119.

Graeffe, Arnold D.
Creative Education in the Humanities. New York, New York, Harper
& Brothers, 1951. 199 pp.

Hilliard, Pauline, and Winn, Columbia
Teamwork Necessary to Successful Experiences. Childhood Edu-
cation, Vol. 28, No. 8, (April, 1952) pp. 354-358.

Johns, R. L., and Meyer, Herbert A.
Distributing State Funds: How to Estimate Taxpaying Ability of
Local School Units. The Nation's Schools, Vol. 49, No. 2, (February,
1952) pp. 49-50.

Johns, R. L. and Morphet, E. L., ed.
Problems and Issues in Public School Finance, by National Confer-
ence of Professors of Educational Administration. New York, Colum-
bia University, Teachers' College, Bureau of Publications, 1952.
492 pp.

Maxwell, Hugh C., Jr., and Moorman, John H.
Supervision in Local Schools. Administration and supervision of
business education, American Business Education Yearbook, Vol. 9.
The National Business Education Association and the Eastern Busi-
ness Teachers' Association (1952) pp. 34-35.





Meyer, Harvey K., and Williams, Walter R., ed.
Inventory-Analysis of Industrial Arts Teacher Education Facilities,
Personnel and Programs. Oxford, Ohio, American Council on Indus-
trial Arts Teacher Education, Year Book, 1, 1952.


Miller, J. Hillis
Foreword, in: Creative Education in the Humanities, by Arnold Graeffe.
New York, New York, Harper & Brothers, 1951. pp. 6-10.

Higher Education and the Problems of This Decade. The Educational
Record, Vol. 32, (October, 1951) pp. 335-349.

The Three C's of Public Relations. College Public Relations Quarter-
ly, Vol. 3, No. 1, (October, 1951) pp. 6-10.


Opp, Carl B.
How our new record system helped with housing. College and Univer-
sity Business, Vol. 12, No. 1, (January, 1952) pp. 27-29; Vol. 12,
No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 43-44.

Spache, George D.
Sex Differences in the Rosenzweig P-F Study, Children's Form.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol. 7, No. 3, (July, 1951) pp. 235-
238.


Stripling Robert O.
Sloan Project Points the Way-Schools Can Improve Living. The
School Executive, Vol. 71, No. 2, (October, 1951) pp. 39-44.

White, J. B.
A Functional Approach to Off-Campus Teaching. Journal of Teacher
Education, Vol. 2, No. 4, (December, 1951) pp. 299-300.

Wofford, Kate V.
Better Rural Education Through Improved Educational Leadership.
National Society for the Study of Education, Fifty-First Yearbook,
part II, Education in Rural Communities. Chicago, Illinois, the Socie-
ty, (1952) pp. 192-220.
Better Rural Education Through Reorganization of the Administra-
tive Unit and the Curriculum. National Society for the Study of Edu-
cation, Fifty-First Yearbook, part II, Education in Rural Communi-
ties. Chicago, Illinois, the Society, (1952) pp. 165-191.


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Wofford, Kate V., and others
Instructional Leadership in Small Schools. Washington, Association
for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Education
Association, (1951)88 pp.

Report on Rural and Primary Education and Related Teacher Train-
ing in Turkey. Ankara, Turkey, January, 1952. 116 pp. (Mimeographed).


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Allender, Virginia Thompson (F. E. Bamberger)
A Study of Guidance Practices in the Secondary Schools of Florida.

* Boles, Ralph Carrol (R. L. Johns)
Some Relationships Between Size of School and Academic Achieve-
ment of High School Seniors in Florida.

Bowers, William M. (H. K. Meyer)
A Validation of Graphic Arts Instruction in a Secondary School.

Boyd, Adele (W. R. Williams)
Some Suggestions for the Improvement of Tenth Grade Algebra In-
struction.

Burns, Clarice Long (K. V. Wofford)
Experiences in Living and Learning of a Selected Fifth Grade Class
in Seminole Elementary School.

* Campbell, James Theodore (R. L. Johns)
Factors Contributing to the Abandonment of School Buildings.

Cole, George Martin (W. R. Williams)
A Study of Duval County's Industries for Enrichment of the Industrial
Arts Program.

* Copeland, Richard Watson, Jr. (R. L. Johns)
Public School Indebtedness in Florida.

Cusick, Anderson G. (H. K. Meyer)
A Use of Models in Industrial Arts Laboratory Planning.


Doctor of Education





Davenport, Elaine Foster (G. D. Spache)
Using Local Resources in Planning a Reading Program in the North-
east Springfield School.

Davis, Edgar Vern, Jr. (J. H. Moorman)
Developing a Business Education Curriculum for Taylor County High
Schools.

Dowling, Jean Boyd (C. L. Durrance)
A Study of the Graduates of the Taylor Consolidated High School.
Farnell, J. Crockett (R. L. Johns)
Establishment of Policies and Procedures for Operation of Hills-
borough County Public Schools.

Ford, Charles Shelby (C. M. Olson)
An Approach to Education for Improved Community Living.

Hamer, Johnston Buist (V. W. Alexander)
Audio-Visual Education in the Orange County, Florida, Public School
System.

Haynie, Vera Eiland (G. D. Spache)
Selected Grouping for Reading Readiness Versus Unselected Grouping.

Hill, Thomas Jordan (J. L. Wattenbarger)
Developing a Core Program in the Eighth Grade at Georgia Teachers
College Laboratory High School.

Home, Thelma Morgan (L. N. Henderson)
Some Aspects of the Program of Special Education in Hillsborough
County, Florida.

Jamison, Robert Edward (W. R. Williams)
Relating School Experiences and Industrial Arts Needs in Winter
Haven, Florida.

Johnson, Nedra K. (L. N. Henderson)
A Survey of the Public Kindergardens in Florida for the Year 1950-
1951.
* Kidd, Rex Charles (L. N. Henderson)
The Improvement of the Pre-Service Education of Undergraduate Col-
lege Teachers.

King, Charles Michael (W. C. Williams, Jr.)
Contemporary Design as It May Be Applied to Industrial Arts in the
Secondary Field.


* Doctor of Education





Land, William Robert (V. A. Hines)
A Study of the Failures of a Selected Group of Students in Santa
Rosa County High School.

Mahood, Mildred Hayburn (K. P. Kidd)
Mathematics in the Educational Programs of Certain Countries of
South America.

Manca, Juanita May (L. N. Henderson)
The Growth and Advancement of Thirty-two Children in a Junior
Primary Group During 1949-50, at the Ballast Point School, Tampa,
Florida.

McGaughey, Richard Edward (W. R. Williams)
Suggested Adaptations of Significant Period Furniture Designs to
Contemporary Industrial Arts Pro grams.

Moore, Charles W. (J. M. Leps)
A History of Education in Pinellas County, Florida.

Moore, William Irvin (L. N. Henderson)
A Study of the Organization and Administration of County Audio-
Visual Education Program in Florida.

Moseley, Dorothy Maxine (L. N. Henderson)
A Program of Guidance and Instruction for Healthful Social Living
in a Third Year Level Class.

Nolan, John Joseph (J. M. Leps)
Federal Aid to Private Schools.

Olson, Phillip William (W. R. Williams)
A Study of Graduate Industrial Arts Teacher Education Offerings in
the United States.

Outlaw, Helen Barnes (J. H. Black)
Attitudes of Parents and Teachers as They Affect Home-school Rela-
tionships in Grades Four, Five, and Six in the Kirby Smith Elemen-
tary School, Gainesville, Florida.

Richey, R. Dean (W. R. Williams)
Low Cost Ceramic Equipment, Its Selection and Construction.
Riehle, Harold F. (V. W. Alexander)
A Study of In-Service Education for Teachers in the Use of Audio-
visual Materials.
* Schlayer, Mary Elizabeth (R. L. Johns)
Certain Principles and Criteria for the Internal Organization and
Administration of Institutions of Higher Learning.

* Doctor of Education





Shiver, Mary Lilloise (J. M. Leps)
The Status of Clerical Employees in the School Systems of a Group
of Florida Counties.

Sponholtz, Lester Milton (L. N. Henderson)
The Seventh Grade in the School Organizations of Eleven South-
eastern States.

Stichler, Russell Desmond (W. R. Williams)
A Study of Industrial Arts Record Keeping Systems.

Sutton, Mayme Allen (K. V. Wofford)
A Study of the Relationships of Parents and Teachers in an Elemen-
tary School in Jacksonville, Florida.

Thomason, Dorothy Elizabeth Hicks (L. N. Henderson)
Production of a Teacher-Made Motion Picture on Beginning Tumbling
for Girls.

Thomson, Daniel Park, Jr. (L. N. Henderson)
A Syllabus forthe Introductory Course in Textiles at Clemson College.

Woodard, Violamae (P. Hilliard)
Modes of Expression and Their Evaluation; A Study of Expressive
Behavior in a Group of Second-Grade Pupils at Webster Avenue School,
Lakeland, Florida.

Young, Talmage Brian (W. R. Williams)
Some Principles for Maintenance of Equipment in the Industrial Arts
Laboratory.
Youngblood, Leila Edna (L. N. Henderson)
The Development of a Program of Democratic Living in a Group of
Junior Primary Children in Gorrie School, Tampa, Florida.

Zimmerman, G. Floyd, Jr. (W. R. Williams)
Selecting Machine Equipment for Industrial Arts Laboratories in
Florida, with Machine Specifications and Recommendations.


ENGINEERING

Calaway, W. T., Carroll, W. R. and Long, S. K.
Heterotrophic Bacteria Encountered in Intermittent Sand Filtration
of Sewage, Sewage and Industrial Wastes, Vol. 24, No. 5, (May, 1952)
pp. 642-53.

Cutts, C. E.
Horizontally Curved Box Beams. American Society of Civil Engineers
Proceedings, Vol. 78, Separate No. 128, (May, 1952) 18 pp.





Edson, C. G.
Nomograph Provides Method for Comparison of Weir Formulas. Civil
Engineering, Vol. 21, No. 8, (August, 1951) pp. 56-57.

Parameters for Relating Unit Hydrographs to Watershed Characteris-
tics. American Geophysical Union Transactions, Vol. 32, No. 4,
(August, 1951) pp. 591-596.

Two Nomographs Developed for Trapezoidal Channels. Civil Engi-
neering, Vol. 22, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 50-51.

Grantham, G. R.
Trickling Filter Performance at Intermediate Loading Rates. Sewage
and Industrial Wastes, Vol. 23, No. 10, (October, 1951) pp. 1227-1234.

Grantham, G. R. and Seeger, J. C., Jr.
Progress of Purification During the Starting of a Trickling Filter.
Sewage and Industrial Wastes, Vol. 23, No. 12, (December, 1951) pp.
1486-1492.

Harris, L. A.
Instabilities in the Smooth-Anode Cylindrical Magnetron. Journal of
Applied Physics, Vol. 23, No. 5, (May, 1952) pp. 562-567.

Kessler, W. J. and Hersperger, S. P.
Recent Developments in Radio Location of Thunderstorm Centers.
American Meteorological Society Bulletin, Vol. 33, No. 4, (April,
1952) pp. 153-157.

Kessler, W. J. and Smith, S. E.
Experssions for the Reduction of Distortion and Output Impedance in
Terms of db of Feedback. Audio Engineering, Vol. 35, No. 10, (Octo-
ber, 1951) p. 13.

Miller, J. Hillis
The Need for a Program of Research and Training for the Pulp and
Paper Industry of the South. Paper Trade Journal, Vol. 133, No. 21,
(November 23, 1951) pp. 27-29.

Schweyer, H. E.
Compound Interest Charts Speed Engineering Economics Studies.
Chemical Engineering, Vol. 59, No. 6, (June, 1952) pp. 206-207.

Simons, J. H. and Brice, T. J.
Fluorcarbon Chemistry IV: The preparation and Some Reactions of
Silver Undecafluorocyclohexanecarboxylate. American Chemical
Society Journal, Vol. 73, No. 8, (August, 1951) Pp. 4016-4017.





Fluorocarbon Chemistry V: The Decomposition of Undecafluorocyclo-
hexanecarboxylic Acid in Aqueous Solution. American Chemical
Society Journal, Vol. 73, No. 8, (August, 1951) pp. 4017-4018.

Simons, J. H. and Hickman, J. B.
The Energy of Vaporization of Non-Ionic, Non-Associated Substances.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 56, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp.
420-426.

Thurston, J. M.
Electronically Controllable Resistors. Institute of Radio Engineers,
Proceedings, Vol. 40, No. 3, (March, 1952) p. 315.

Zetrouer, W. F. and Kessler, W. J.
A Note on the Similarity of Certain Atmospherics Waveforms. Journal
of the Franklin Institute, Vol. 252, No. 2, (August, 1951) Pp. 137-141.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Aiken, Harold Vernon (J. E. Kiker)
A Study of Diatomite-Type Filter Aids and Elements Used in Water
Treatment.

Ayar, Metin H. (C. D. Williams)
A Study of the Immediate Plastic Flow of Portland Cement Concrete.

Barnes, Casper William, Jr. (L. A. Harris)
On the Design of Hollow Electron Beam Systems.

Bevis, Herbert Anderson (E. B. Phelps)
A Statistical Comparison of Methods for the Estimation of the Magni-
tudes of Low Water Flows of Stated Probabilities of Occurrence in
Florida Streams.

Campo, Mario (R. W. Kluge)
Concrete Containing Coquina as Coarse Aggregate.

Carter, Ray Heiberger (C. E. Cutts)
Stress Distribution in the Ends of Prestressed Concrete Beams.

Cochrane, Emmett Lee (J. O. P. Hummel)
Applications of Progressive Management Techniques to Municipali-
ties.

Freeman, Elmer Clayton (R. A. Thompson)
A Study of the Use of Luminous Paint and Reflectors in Reducing the
Cost of Airfield Lighting Systems.





Gerakios, Michael Thomas (R. J. Cummings)
A Systematic Job Search and Selection Procedure.

Halvorsen, Gail Seymour (R. A. Thompson)
Supersonic Wind Tunnel Condensation Shock Design Problems.

Howard, David C., Jr. (L. A. Harris)
A Mechanical Analogue of Electron Motion in the Magnetron.

Lambert, Blake Wallace (R. A. Thompson)
Some Design Considerations for Application of the Hydraulic Analogy
to Aerodynamic Research.

Matuch, George, Jr. (J. 0. P. Hummel)
Factors Tending to Increase Employee Productivity.

McKissock, George Dawson (W. T. Tiffin)
An Investigation of the Impregnated Bond Between Metals and Their
Ceramic Coatings.

Moyle, Morton Peter (M. Tyner and R. L. Harvin)
The Solubility and Diffusivity of Beta-Naphthol in the Water System
as a Function of Temperature.

Nawotka, Henry Edward (R. A. Thompson)
A Study of Wind Patterns and Pressure Gradients Around a Small
Building.
Neff, Thomas O'Neil (S. C. D. Lawson)
An Analytical method for the determination of stress distribution at
the haunches in rigid frames.

O'Sullivan, John Francis (T. Jaffe)
High Rate Chemical and Biological Treatment of Sewage. (Jaffe,
Theodore and O'Sullivan, John F., "High Rate Chemical and Biolo-
gical Treatment of Sewage," Sewage and Industrial Wastes, Vol. 24,
No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 149-155).

Outlaw, Beville S., Jr. (E. R. Hendrickson)
A Study of the Use of Certain Locally Available Materials for the
Construction of Low-Cost Roads and Streets in Alachua County.

Palmer, Louis Charles (A. L. Kimmel)
A Study of Some Insoluble Phosphates as Corrosion Mitigating Paint
Pigments.

Phillips, Roger Lee (J. O. P. Hummel)
Selection of the Base for Variable Budgetary Control.

Polovkas, Vincent George (R. A. Thompson)
Effect of High Velocity Wind and Rain on Building Components.





Ramseur, James Howard, Jr. (J. E. Kiker)
Studies on Diatomite-Type Filters.

Roberts, John Thomas (C. E. Cutts)
The Elastic Properties of Concrete and Their Effects on Design.

Sakshaug, Thomas M. (J. T. Leggett)
Performance of an Ice Air Conditioner.
Savinelli, Emilio Alfred (T. Jaffe)
Digestion of Sludge from a High Rate Chemical and Biological Pro-
cess of Sewage Treatment.

Sawyer, Donald Albert (S. L. Bugg)
A Study of Forces Affecting Bond Stress in Reinforced Concrete.

Scott, Linus Albert (F. L. Prescott)
The Effect of Water Injection on Knock in the Otto Cycle Engine.

*Tang, Yu-Sun (H. E. Schweyer)
Heat and Momentum Transfer Between a Spherical Particle and Air
Streams.

Van Noy, Glen Scott (R. A. Thompson)
A Study of Methods for Increasing the Lift of Supersonic Airfoils at
Low Air Speeds.

Whitwill, Charles Donald (W. F. Brown)
Evaluation of Dissolving Pulp Prepared from Scrub Oak (Quercus
laevis Walt.) by the Kraft Process.

Wikman, Andrew Olaf (H. E. Schweyer)
A Chromatographic Study of Certain of the Sulfur Compounds of
Petroleum.

ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT STATION

Bulletin Series:

45. Bunting, D. C., Gentry, R. C., Latour, M. H., and Norton, Grady
Florida Hurricanes of 1950. (July, 1951).

46. Greaves-Walker, A. F., Bugg, S. L., Hagerman, R. S.
The Development of Lightweight Aggregate from Florida Clays.
(September, 1951).

47. Proceedings of the Second Annual Structural Engineering Confer-
ence. (October, 1951).

Doctor of Philosophy





48. Radiological Health and Civil Defense. (November, 1951)
49. Research at the Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station.
(December, 1951)

50. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Florida Highway Conference.
(January, 1952)

51. Proceedings of the Fifth Surveying and Mapping Conference. (March,
1952)

52. Engineering Education at the University of Florida. (May, 1952)

53. Leggett, James T.
Construction of Refrigerators and Freezers. (May, 1952)

54. Schweyer, Herbert E.
Sedimentation Procedures for Determining Particle Size Distribu-
tion. (June, 1952)

Technical Paper Series:

60. Block, S. S.
Protection of Paper and Textile Products from Insect Damage. (Aug-
ust, 1951). Reprinted from Industrial and Engineering Chemistry,
Vol. 43, No. 7, (July, 1951) pp. 1558-1563.
61. Kessler, W. J., and Smith, Sydney E.
An Atmospherics Waveform Receiver. (August, 1951). Reprinted
from Institute of Radio Engineers Proceedings, Vol. 39, No. 6,
(June, 1951) p. 676.

62. Duncan, J. M.
The Lime Industry in Florida. (December, 1951). Reprinted from
Florida Engineering Society Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3, (October,
1951) pp. 29-40.

63. Nolan, W. J., Harvin, R.L., Reeder, L.M., and Rothrock, C.W., Jr.
Studies in Continuous Alkaline Pulping. (February, 1952). Reprinted
from TAPPI, Vol. 34, No. 12, (December, 1951) pp. 529-538.

64. Rothrock, C. W., Jr., and Nolan, W. J.
Further Studies on the Alkaline Pulping of Scrub Oak. (February,
1952). Reprinted from TAPPI, Vol. 35, No. 1, (January, 1952) pp.
29-37.

65. Pierce. E. Lowe
The Chaetognatha of the West Coast of Florida. (April, 1952)
Reprinted from Biological Bulletin, Vol. 100, No. 3, (June, 1951)
pp. 206-228.





66. Block, S. S.
Experiments in Mildew Prevention. (April, 1952) Reprinted from
Modern Sanitation, Vol. 3, No. 12, (December, 1951) pp. 61-67.

67. Bunting, Donald C. and Latour, Marinus H.
Radar-Rainfall Studies in Ohio. (May, 1952). Reprinted from Ameri-
can Meteorological Society Bulletin, Vol. 32, No. 8, (October,
1951) pp. 289-294.

68. Sullivan, A. W. and Barney, J. M.
A Nonlinear Statistical Filter. (May, 1952). Reprinted from the
National Electronics Conference Proceedings, Vol. 7, (1951) pp.
85-91.

69. Hoff, Robert S. and Johnson, Raymond C.
A Statistical Approach to the Measurement of Atmospheric Noise.
(May, 1952). Reprinted from Institute of Radio Engineers Proceed-
ings, Vol. 40, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 185-187.


Leaflet Series:

34. Block, S. S.
Chemicals for Fungus Control. Reprinted from Chemical Week,
Vol. 70, No. 4, (January 26, 1952) pp. 21-31.

35. Schweyer, H. E.
Capital Ratios Analyzed. (April, 1952). Reprinted from Chemical
Engineering, Vol. 59, No. 1, (January, 1952) p. 164.




FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Fernandez, Pedro V.
A Professor's Impressions of Spain. World Affairs, Vol. 114, No. 4,
(Winter, 1951) pp. 102-104.

La Integracidn del Hemisferio Ahora. (A translation from English
into Spanish of an essay by Harry F. Guggenheim.) Gainesville,
Florida, University of Florida Press, 1951. 23 pp.

Hayes, Francis C.
Gestos o Ademanes Folkloricos. Folklore Americas, Vol. 11, No. 2,
(December, 1951) pp. 15-21.





Sarcasm of "Don Juan del Pueblo." Hispania, Vol. 35, No. 1, (Feb-
ruary, 1952) PP. 31-36.

The Southern Humanities Conference. Twentieth Conference of
Academic Deans of the Southern States Proceedings. St. Petersburg,
Florida, December 3, 1951. pp. 45-58 (Mimeographed).

Morinigo, Marcos A.
Difusi6n del Espanol en el Noroeste Argentino. Hispania, Vol. 35,
No. 1, (February, 1952) pp. 86-95.

Valk, Melvin E. and Coogan, Daniel F., Jr., eds.
Nachkriegserzbhlungen; A Selection of Contemporary German Short
Stories for College Students. New York, New York, R. F. Moore Co.,
1952. 170 pp.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

de Veliz, Dorothy Benson (F. C. Hayes)
Four Literary Manifestations of the Concept of Christlike Perfection.

Davison, Robert O. (J. Brunet)
The Naturalism of Alphonse Daudet.


FORESTRY

Barnes, Robert L. and Ralston, Charles W.
Soil Factors Influencing the Growth of Slash Pine Plantations in
Northeast Florida. School of Forestry Research Report,No. 1. Gaines-
ville, Florida, University of Florida, School of Forestry, 1952. 11 pp.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Lanier, James Wylie, I (S. L. Beckwith)
The Attitudes of Landowners in Alachua County, Florida, Concern-
ing Sportsmen and Cooperative Hunting Plans.

Moses, Philip John (L. A. Hetrick and K. R. Swinford)
Effect of Chemical Sprays for Control of Insect Damage in Stored
Pulpwood.





Post, Don M. (J. W. Miller)
Cost Analysis of Milling Southern Pine on a Portable Mill in Relation
to Diameter Classes, in Alachua County, Florida, Year 1951.




GEOGRAPHY

Crist, Ray E.
Backgrounds of Conflict ih Egypt. The American Journal of Econom-
ics and Sociology, Vol. 11, No. 2, (January, 1952).

Western Cuba: Cultural Traverses in Time and Space. The Scientific
Monthly, Vol. 74, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 91-99.

Cultural Dichotomy in the Island of Hispaniola. Economic Geography,
Vol. 28, No. 2, (April, 1952) pp. 105-121.

The Cauca Valley, Columbia--Land Tenure and Land Use. Privately
Printed. Gainesville, Florida, 1952.

Diettrich, Sigismond deR.
The Significance of Thiinen's Theory in Economic Geography. South-
eastern Division, Association of American Geographers, Memorandum
Folio. Athens, Georgia, September 12, 1951. 7 pp.

Some Geographic Aspects of the Russian Expansion. Education,
Vol. 72. No. 6, (February, 1952) pp. 371-380.

The Geographic Factor in the History of Bulgaria. Florida Academy
of Sciences Quarterly Journal, Vol. 15, No. 1, (March, 1952) pp. 41-
52.



Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Dierickx, Charles Wallace (D. R. Dyer)
An Historical Geography of the Bahama Islands.

Gricouroff, Nadine (S. deR. Diettrich)
Historical Geography of the Lower Saint Johns River Valley.

Hamilton, Stevenson F. (S. deR. Diettrich)
The Shrimp Industry of Florida.





HISTORY


Dowd, David L.
Art as National Propaganda in the French Revolution. Public Opinion
Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 3, (Fall, 1951) pp. 532-546.

Funk, Arthur L.
Confiscation of Lombard Debts in France, 1347-1358. Medievalia et
Humanistica, Fasc. 7, (1952) pp. 51-55.

Giraud and De Gaulle: A Backward Glance. Current History, Vol. 23,
No. 135, (November, 1952) pp. 316-325.

Payne, Ancil N.
Florida, in: 1952 Britannica Book of the Year. Chicago, Illinois,
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 1952. pp. 288.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Childers, Joanne McEvilley (D. L. Dowd)
The Prince de Ligne and the Crimean Journey of Catherine the Great.
* Dalton, Jack P. (G. S. Osborn)
A History of Florida Baptists.

Dugan, John Loomis, Jr. (R. W. Patrick)
James Guthrie: His Interests in Internal Improvements in Kentucky
from 1820 to 1869.
Futch, Ovid L. (W. E. Baringer)
Salmon P. Chase and Radical Politics in Florida, 1862-1865.

Glick, Edward Bernard (L. N. McAlister)
Straddling the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.

Hastings, Donald Olin (R. W. Patrick)
The East-West Controversy and the County Development During
Territorial Florida.

Rutherford, Robert Erwin (L. N. McAlister)
Spain's Immigration Policy for the Floridas, 1780-1806.

Stephens, Gertrude H. (R. W. Patrick)
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher Legislator.

* Stuckey, Alan Patterson (W. E. Baringer)
Origin and Development of the American Maritime Fur Trade, 1787-1812.

Doctor of Philosophy





INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS


Wilgus, A. Curtis
Annual summaries of developments in each of the twenty Latin Ameri-
can countries, under the name of each country, in: World Book Ency-
clopedia, 1952 Annual supplement. Chicago, Illinois, Quarrie Com-
pany, 1952. various pages.

Articles on Latin American topics, in: Grolier Encyclopedia. New
York, New York, The Grolier Society, Inc., 1951. various pages.

Doors to Latin America. World Affairs, Vol. 114, No. 3, (Fall, 1951)
pp. 87-88; Vol. 114, No. 4, (Winter, 1951) pp. 121-122; Vol. 115, No.
1, (Spring, 1952) pp. 25-26; Vol. 115, No. 2, (Summer, 1952) pp. 54-55.


JOURNALISM

Graduate Theses:

(Names in parenthesis signifies director of the thesis)

Thornburg, Frank Brunner, Jr. (E. J. Emig)
An Analysis of Employee Publications in the Field of Transportation.


LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Baughan, Denver E.
Sidney's Defence of the Earl of Leicester and the revised Arcadia.
The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Vol. 51, No. 1,
(January, 1952) pp. 35-41.

The Traveiler (1575), by Jerome Turler. With an introduction by
Denver Ewing Baughan. Gainesville, Florida, Scholars' Facsimiles
& Reprints, 1951, 192 pp.

Where Heaves the Turf. The Georgia Review, Vol. 6, No. 2, (Summer,
1952) pp. 203-208.

Boone, Lalia P.
The Petroleum Dictionary. Norman, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma
Press, 1952. 338 pp.

Bowers, Robert H.
Braithwait's 'Comments' Upon Chaucer. Notes and Queries, Vol.
196, No. 26, (December 22, 1951) pp. 558 -559.





Raleigh's Last Speech: The 'Elms' Document The Review of English
Studies, New Series, Vol. 2, No. 7, (July, 1951) pp. 209-216.

The Middle English "Oon Sleth the Deer Wyth an Hookid Arwe."
Southern Folklore Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 4, (December, 1951) Pp.
249-250.

The Cancelled "Song of Solomon" Passage in Reade's "Hard Cash."
Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Vol. 6, No. 4, (March, 1952) pp. 225-233.
'The Masque of the Four Seasons' (Egerton Ms. 2623). Notes and
Queries, Vol. 197, No. 5, (March 1, 1952) pp. 96-97.
Advice Resented: A Middle-English Court of Love Poem (Corpus
Christi College Ms. 61, Fol., 66v-67r). Philological Quarterly, Vol.
31, No. 2, (April, 1952) pp. 211-214.

A Medieval Analogue to "As You Like It II. vii. 137-166." Shake-
speare Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 2, (April, 1952) pp. 109-112.
Hichecoke's "This Worlde Is but a Vanyte" (HM 183). Modern Lan-
guage Notes, Vol. 67, No. 5, (May, 1952) pp. 331-333.

Congleton, J. E.
Publications by Members of SAMLA. Southern Atlantic Bulletin, Vol.
17, Supplement No. 1, (October, 1952) pp. 17-23.

Fain, John T.
Tennyson's "Crossing the Bar." The Explicator, Vol. 10, No. 6,
(April, 1952) No. 40.

Ruskin and Hobson. Publications of the Modern Language Associa-
tion of America, Vol. 67, No. 4, (June, 1952) pp. 297-307.

Fogle, Stephen F.
A Brief Anthology of Poetry. New York, New York, American Book
Company, 1951. 166 pp.
Skimpole Once More. Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Vol. 7, No. 1,
(June, 1952) pp. 1-18.

Miller, Clyde
Time Will Divide Us and the Sea. Prairie Schooner, Vol. 26, No. 3.
(November, 1951) pp. 253-254.

Mounts, Charles E.
Wordsworth's Transparent Sobriquet. The Huntington Library Quarter-
ly, Vol. 15, No. 2, (February, 1952) pp. 201-208.





Pyles, Thomas
'Choctaw' Okeh Again: A Note. American Speech, Vol. 28, No. 1,
(May, 1952) pp. 157-158.

Oras, Ants
Laiemasse Ringi. Tulimuld, Vol. 2, No. 6, (1951) pp. 409-413.

Translation in Estonian of Theophile Gautier's "Kunst." Tulimuld,
Vol. 3, No. 1, (1952) PP. 37-38.
Translation in Estonian ofJoseMariaDe Heredia's "Sing," "Taevane
Vapp," "Korallirahu," and "Merikarp." Tulimuld, Vol. 3, No. 1,
(1952) pp. 39-40.

Ruff, William
The Novel: Introduction in: College English: The First Year, by J.
Hooper Wise and others, New York, New York, Harcourt, Brace and
Co., Inc.,. 1952, pp. 372-378.

Warfel, Harry R.
1,189 U. S. Books Translated in 1949. Publishers' Weekly, Vol. 160,
No. 2, (July 14, 1951) p. 110.

1,460 U. S. Books Translated in 1950. Publishers' Weekly, Vol. 161,
No. 13, (March 29, 1952) pp. 1450-1452.
Dissertations on the English Language by Noah Webster. With an in-
troduction by Harry R. Warfel. Gainesville, Florida, Scholars' Fac-
similes & Reprints, 1951. 410 pp.

Wise, J. Hooper, Congleton, J. E., Morris, Alton C. and Hodges, John C.
College English: The First Year. New York, New York, Harcourt,
Brace & Co., Inc., 1952. 959 Pp.

Vowles, Richard B.
Macaulay's 'History' and the Lampoon. Notes and Queries, Vol. 196,
No. 15, (July 21, 1951) p. 320.
Harry Martinson, Sweden's Seaman-Poet. Books Abroad, Vol. 25,
No. 4, (Autumn, 1951) pp. 332-335.
Pir Lagerkvist: Dramatist of the Soul. The Saturday Review of Liter-
ature, Vol. 34, No. 48, (December 1, 1951) pp. 15,54,56.
Gunnar Ekel6f: Swedish Eclectic. The Western Humanities Review,
Vol. 6, No. 1, (Winter, 1951-52) pp. 53-58.
Translation of Harry Martinson's "Conditions for Happiness." The
American-Scandinavian Review, Vol. 40, No. 1, (Spring, 1952) p. 29.





Ripeness Is All: A Study of Karin Boye's Poetry. American Swedish
Institute Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 1, (Spring, 1952) pp. 3-7.

Engineering English: A New Strategy. The Journal of Engineering
Education, Vol. 42, No. 8, (April, 1952) pp. 392-393.

History. Seventeenth Century News, Vol. 9, No. 4, (December, 1951)
p. 60; Vol. 10, No. 1, (March, 1952) pp. 6-7; Vol. 10, No. 2, (May,
1952) pp. 25-26.

Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify the directors of the theses)
Bierbaum, Esther Green (T. W. Herbert)
Boys as Factors in the Sequence of Events in the Elizabethan Drama.

Boone, Elbert James (J. M. Patrick)
Phineas Fletcher: The Locusts, or Apollyonists, An Annotated Edi-
tion.

Brashear, Lucy Moore (T. W. Herbert)
Settings in Shakespeare's Plays: A Study in Shakespeare's Use of
Sources.

Carlin, Jayne Crane (T. Pyles)
James Russell Lowell on National Language and Literature.

Kittredge, Paul MacFarlane (J. T. Fain)
Macaulay's Essay on Milton: A Literary, Historical, and Political
Evaluation.
* Matthews, Arthur Duncan (J. M. Patrick)
The White Ethiopian: A Critical Edition.

McCall, Joseph Darryl, Jr. (S. F. Fogle)
The American Critical Appraisal of Andr dGide.

* Murray, John Ralph (E. C. Kirkland)
Sir Edwin Arnold's Buddhism.

Perry, John Oliver (J. M. Patrick)
"Art, Veracity, and Moral Purpose": George Gissing's Theory and
Criticism of the Novel.

Pollard, Patricia Worcester (T. W. Herbert)
The Machiavellian Character as a Dramatic Device in Selected Eliza-
bethan Plays.

Reid, Alfred Sandlin (H. R. Warfel)
The Sources of The Scarlet Letter.

Doctor of Philosophy





Tatham, Lewis Charles, Jr. (A. C. Morris)
Shelley and Perfectibility.

Trowbridge, Clinton W. (F. W. Conner)
The Quest for Union in the Plays of Eugene O'Neill.

Wilkerson, James Carrell (H. R. Warfel)
The Altruistic Thought of Theodore Dreiser in Seven Representative
Novels.


LAW

Black, Kenneth L.
Lifetime and Testamentary Estate Planning, II. University of Florida
Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 2, (Summer, 1951) pp. 177-215.

Lifetime and Testamentary Estate Planning, III. University of Florida
Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 3, (Fall, 1951) pp. 302-350.

Lifetime and Testamentary Estate Planning, II. Monthly Digest of
Tax Articles, Vol. 2, (January, 1952) p. 1.

Black, Kenneth L., and Scoles, Eugene F.
Disposition of Life Insurance Proceeds Payable to Insured's Estate.
Florida Law Journal, Vol. 26, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 131-135.

Maloney, Frank E.
Injunction Without Sanction; The Iranian Fiasco. Indiana Law Journal,
Vol. 27, No. 3, (Spring, 1952) pp. 333-351.
Miller, George John, and Adams, Alto.
Origins and Current Florida Status of the Extraordinary Writs. Uni-
versity of Florida Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 4, (Winter, 1951) PP. 421-
476.

Miller, George John, and Stephens, Richard B.
The Summer Placement Program in the Legal Profession. Florida
Law Journal, Vol. 26, No. 3, (March, 1952) pp. 99-102.

Richardson, James R.
Declaratory Judgments and Advisory Opinions. Tennessee Law Re-
view, Vol. 22, No. 3, (April, 1952) pp. 354-364.

Creditors Rights and the Partnership. Kentucky Law Journal, Vol.
40, No. 3, (March, 1952) pp. 243-261.
Is There a Place for Moot Court in the Law School Curriculum? Jour-
nal of Legal Education, Vol. 4, No. 4, (Summer, 1952) pp. 431-435.





Stephens, Richard B., and Glicksberg, Mandell
Metaphorical Tax Legislation: The Collapsible Corporation. Washing-
ton and Lee Law Review, Vol. 8, No. 2, (1951) pp. 145-168.






LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION

Miller, Clyde
The Teen-Age Book Talk. Wilson Library Bulletin, Vol. 26, No. 3,
(November, 1951) pp. 253-254.

West, Stanley L.
Trend to Southern Regional Research Units Foreseen by University
Library Director. Florida Libraries, Vol. 2, No. .3, (December, 1951)
pp. 3,12.





MATHEMATICS

Ellis, David
Notes on Abstract Distance Geometry, I: The algebraic description
of ground spaces. Tohoku Mathematical Journal, Vol. 3, (1951) Pp.
270-272.

On the Metric Characterization of Metric Lattices. Indian Mathematical
Society Journal, Vol. 15, (1951) pp. 152-154.

On Immediate Inclusion in Partially Ordered Sets and the Construc-
tion of Homology Groups for Metric Lattices. Acta Scientiarum Mathe-
maticarum, (Szeged), Vol. 15, (1952) pp. 169-173.

Ellis, David and Utz, Ray.
Remarks on Quasigroups and n-quasigroups. Publicationes Mathe-
maticae Debrecen, Vol. 2, (1951) pp. 110-114.

Gager, William A.
The Changing Mathematics Program. National Education Associa-
tion Journal, Vol. 40, (October, 1951) pp. 457-458.

Newton and his "Principia Mathematica." School Science and Mathe-
matics, Vol. 52, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 258-262.





Hutcherson, William R.
Imperfect Point on Invariant Space Curves. (.Abstract). International
Congress of Mathematicians, Proceedings 1950. Vol. 1, (1951) p. 615.

Fifth Order Neighborhood of an Involution of Period Thirteen. (Ab-
stract). American Mathematical Society Bulletin, Vol. 57, No. 6,
(1951) p. 484.

Meyer, Herbert A. and Johns, R. L. (in conjunction with statistical
Laboratory).
A Method for Calculating an Economic Index of the Taxpaying Ability
of Local School Units. Gainesville, Florida, University of Florida,
College of Education, 1951. 12 pp. (Mimeographed).

Phipps, Cecil G.
Maxima and Minima under Restraint. American Mathematical Monthly,
Vol. 59, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 230-235.

The Relation of Differential and Delta Increments. American Mathe-
matical Monthly, Vol. 59, No. 6, (June-July, 1952) pp. 395-398.

Money in the Utility Function. Metroeconomica, Vol. 3, No. 2/3,
(1952).

Pirenian, Zarch M., Simpson, T. M., and Crenshaw, B. H.
Mathematics of Finance, Parts I and II. 3rd Edition, Revised. New
York, Prentice-Hall, September, 1951. 476 pp.

Answers to Mathematics of Finance. New York, Prentice-Hall, June
1952. 35 pp.




Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Branham, Wallace Franklin (W. R. Hutcherson)
Illustrations of Integration with Models.

Cobb, Reginald (H. A. Meyer)
On the Chi-Square Distribution.

* Conkling, Randall Murray (C. G. Phipps)
On Metric Algebras.


Doctor of Philosophy





* Findley, George Bernard (C. G. Phipps)
The Effect of Certain Types of Small Holes on the Stresses in a Uni-
formly Loaded Isotropic Plate.

Hess, Sister M. Ellen Joseph (F. W. Kokomoor)
An Analytic Treatment of the Principles of Homothetic Ratio.

Meegan, Sister John Maureen (F. W. Kokomoor)
An Analytic Study of the Nine Point Circle.

* Miller, William Gilbert (C. G. Phipps)
The Mathematics of Production and Consumption in a Static Economy.

* Walters, Kenneth C. (C. B. Smith)
Effect of Uniform Displacement on the Stress Distribution of a Wood
Plate.


MUSIC

Bachman, Harold B.
I Still Believe in the Sight Reading Contests. The School Musician,
Vol. 23, No. 9. (May, 1952) pp. 10, 13, 50.

The Organization and Management of the Sight-Reading Contest, in:
NSBOVA Manual for Interscholastic Activities in the Field of Music.
Chicago, National School Band, Orchestra and Vocal Association,
[n. d.] Part 5, pp. 1-11.

Bolles, Robert S.
Florida's Clinic Members Receive College Credit. Lyons Band News
and Neil A. Kjos Music News, Vol. 17, No. 4, p. 11.

Graeffe, Arnold D.
"La Carona," Seven Sonnets by John Donne Set for Mixed Chorus a
capella. Seventeenth Century News, Special Supplement, Vol. 10,
No. 1, (March, 1952) 30 pp.

Poole, Reid
Southern Special, for band. Chicago, Illinois, Neil A. Kjos Music
Company, 1952.





Doctor of Philosophy





PHARMACY


Entrekin, Durwood N., and Becker, Charles H.
The Use of Some Imitation Flavors for Masking Distasteful Drugs.
American Pharmaceutical Association Journal, Scientific Edition,
Vol. 40, No. 12, (December, 1951) pp. 633-636.

Foote, P. A., and others
American Pharmacy, Vol. I; ed. by R. A. Lyman. 3rd Edition. Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania, Lippincott, 1951. 505 PP.

Gross, Herbert M., and Becker, Charles H.
A Comparative Study of Tablet Disintegrating Agents. American
Pharmaceutical Association Journal, Scientific Edition, Vol. 41, No.
3, (March, 1952) pp. 157-161.


Haupt, Charles S., and Foote, P. A.
The Accepted Florida Formulary. 2nd Edition. Gainesville, Florida,
University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, Bureau of Professional
Relations, 1951. 94 pp.

Husa, William J., and Littlejohn, Oliver M.
Some Pharmaceutical Uses of Activated Charcoal. American Pharma-
ceutical Association Journal, Practical Pharmacy Edition, Vol. 13,
No. 6, (June, 1952) pp. 412-414.


Lauter, W. M., Fox, Lauretta E., and Ariail, William T.
Investigation of the Toxic Principles of Hippomane mancinella,
L. I. Historical Review. American Pharmaceutical Association Jour-
nal, Scientific Edition, Vol. 41, No. 4, (April, 1952) pp. 199-201.


Webber, M. G., Lauter, W. M., and Foote, P. A.
A Preliminary Phytochemical Study of Tillandsia usneoides L. (Span-
ish Moss). American Pharmaceutical Association Journal, Scientific
Edition, Vol. 41, No. 5, (May, 1952) pp. 230-235.


Williams, Byron B., Jr., and Voss, Elbert
A Study of the Toxicity and Local Anesthetic Properties of Some
Derivatives of Cumic Acid. American Pharmaceutical Association
Journal, Scientific Edition, Vol. 40, No. 9, (September, 1951) pp.
449-453.





Graduate Theses:


(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

* Bryan, Jack Thaddeus (P. A. Foote and W. M. Later)
Medicinal Derivatives of p-Tertiary-Butylbenzoic Acid.

Campo, Joseph Michael (L. G. Gramling)
Extraction of Ergot Alkaloids.

Crampton, James Mylan (E. Voss)
A Toxicological and Pharmacological Investigation Castrix (2-Chloro-
4-Dimethylamino-6-Methylpyrimidine). (Crampton, James S. and Voss,
Elbert "An Investigation of the Chronic Toxicity andAcceptability
of Castrix," American Pharmaceutical Association Journal, Scientific
Edition, Vol. 41, No. 3, (March, 1952) pp. 135-138.)

King, Louis Delwin (C. H. Becker)
A Stability Study of Calamine Lotion.

Levi, Ralph Sigmund (C. H. Becker)
A Comparative Study of Binding Agents in the Manufacture of Com-
pressed Tablets by the Wet Process.

Platcow, Edward Louis (E. Voss)
Toxicological Studies of Tetramethylene Disulfotetramine.

Schaeffer, Howard John (P. A. Foote and W. M. Lauter)
A Phytochemical Investigation of Hippomane mancinella L.


PHILOSOPHY

Davidson, Robert F.
Philosophies Men Live By. New York, The Dryden Press, Inc., 195'
486 pp.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Boyd, Clifford A., and Irwin, Leslie W.
A Determination of Concepts of Healthful Living and their Relative
Importance for a General Course in College Health.Research Quarter-
ly, Vol. 23, No. 2, (May, 1952) pp. 177-197.

* Doctor of Philosophy





Cherry, H. Spurgeon
Providing for Democratic Leaders Through an Intramural Sports Pro-
gram. College Physical Education Association Proceedings, 1952,
pp. 19-22.

Staton, Wesley M.
Fifty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the College Physical Education Asso-
ciation. The Physical Educator, Vol. 9, No. 1, (March, 1952) pp. 10-
12.

Housing as an Etiologic Factor in the Incidence of Certain Upper
Respiratory Conditions Among College Students. American Associa-
tion for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Southern Dis-
trict, Proceedings, 1951, p. 3.

The Influence of Ascorbic Acid in Minimizing Post-Exercise Muscle
Soreness in College Men. College Physical Education Association
Proceedings, 1952, pp. 83-84.
Role of Vitamins in Athletic Performance. Scholastic Coach, Vol. 21,
No. 2, (October, 1951) pp. .34-39.

Swimming as an Etiologic Factor in the Incidence of Certain Otorhi-
nologic Conditions in College Men. Research Quarterly, Vol. 23,
No. 1, (March, 1952) pp. 98-105.

Vitamin Nutrition for Schoolboy Athletes. Scholastic Coach, Vol. 21,
No. 1, (September, 1951) pp. 52, 77-79.

Wasglow, Irving F.
A Scoring Table for Two-Minute Sit-Ups. Research Quarterly, Vol. 23,
No. 1, (March, 1952) pp. 111-114.






PHYSICS

Gordon, Morton M. and Barfield, Walter D.
Low Energy n-d Scattering: Comparison of Experiment with Theory.
Physical Review, Vol. 86, No. 5, (June 1, 1952) pp. 679-684.

Smith, Alex G.
Daylight Observation of Stars. Florida Academy of Sciences Quarter-
ly Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2, (June, 1952) pp. 79-85.





Graduate Theses:


(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Hegvold, Sidney M. (A. G. Smith)
Stark Effect Modulator for a Microwave Spectroscope.

Hoffman, John Raleigh (A. G. Smith)
Square Wave Generator for a Stark Effect Microwave Spectroscope.

Knight, John Robert (A. A. Bless)
Variations in the Bioelectric Potential of Plants and Seeds.

Melroy, David Owen (D. C. Swanson)
Development of a Proton Resonant Circuit for Mapping Magnetic
Fields.

Hisler, Welby Thomas (D. Pomeroy)
The Effect of Radiation Injury on the Energy Consumption of Corn
Seedlings.

Rosenberg, Alburt M. (A. A. Bless)
The Use of Planaria in Studying Bioelectric Potentials and Radia-
tion Damage.

Russell, Marvin W. (A. G. Smith)
(Classified Project not yet cleared for release.)


POLITICAL SCIENCE

Bartley, Ernest R.
Federal Review of State Criminal Proceedings. University of Florida
Law Review, Vol. 5, No. 2, (Summer, 1952) pp. 119-132.

Bartley, Ernest R., and Swarthout, John M., eds.
Materials on American National Government. New York, Oxford Uni-
versity Press, 1951. 711 pp.

Carleton, William G.
Effective Speech in a Democracy. The Southern Speech Journal, Vol.
17, No. 1, (September, 1951) pp. 2-13.

The Revolution in our Political Parties. Reprinted in: Principles
of Speech, Brief Edition, by Alan H. Monroe. Chicago, Illinois, Scott,
Foresman and Company, 1951. pp. 292-298.

America's Giddiest Bughouse Square. Arizona Quarterly, Vol. 7,
No. 4, (Winter, 1951) pp. 354-365.





Liberty at Mid-Century. The Antioch Review, Vol. 12, No. 1, (Spring,
1952) pp. 29-46.

Germany Seven Years After Defeat. The Yale Review, Vol. 41, No.
3, (Spring, 1952) pp. 321-335.
No Mandate for a Bolt. The Nation, Vol. 174, No. 20, (May 17, 1952)
pp. 475-477.

Wanted: an Economic Revolution for Western Europe. The Antioch
Review, Vol. 12, No. 2, (Summer, 1952) pp. 131-145.
Wanted: Wiser Power Politics. The Yale Review, Vol. .41, No. 2,
(Winter, 1952) pp. 194-207.

Diamant, Alfred
The French Council of State; Comparative Observations on the Prob-
lem of Controlling the Bureaucracy of the Modern State. Journal of
Politics, Vol. 13, No. 4, (November, 1951) pp. 562-588.

Dovell, Junius E.
Florida: Historic, Dramatic, Contemporary. Vols. 1 and 2, New York,
New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1952. 4v.

Hartmann, Frederick H.
Political Science in the Navy. Office of Naval Research, Research
Reviews, (December, 1951) pp. 23-26.

Readings in International Relations. (McGraw-Hill Series in Political
Science).New York, New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.,
1952. 303 pp.

Miller, J. Hillis
Responsible Citizenship in Times of Crisis. The Civitan Magazine,
(August, 1951) pp. 3-7.


Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Liguey-Feilleux, Jean-Robert (F. H. Hartmann)
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and Its Relation to
the Postwar International Economic Situation and Development

Valles, Manuel, Jr. (H. R. Marshall)
The Guatemalan Institute of Social Security: A Study in Policy and
Administration.





PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CLEARING SERVICE


Studies in Public Administration:

No. 8. Edited by Ernest R. Bartley
Papers on Florida Administrative Law

No. 9. Donovan, C. H., and Kilpatrick, Wylie
Financing Florida's Cities


Civic Information Series (Pamphlet Size)

No. 10. Grobman, Hulda and Larsen, William F.
Voting and Elections in Florida

No. 11. Maclachlan, John M.
Florida's Population, 1920-1950: The Urban Trend and
Political Representation

No. 12. Larsen, William F.
Florida's Proposed Constitutional Amendments



PSYCHOLOGY

Cahill, Robert F.
The Role of Intelligence in Changes Within the Szondi Test Pro-
files. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol. 7, (October, 1951) pp.
379-381.

Fagin, W. Barry and others
Standards and Methods for the Validation of Naval Rating and En-
listed Job Code Classifications. (Personnel Training Branch Report.
Task Order 90NR-97091). Washington, D. C., U. S. Office of Naval
Research, Human Resources Division, Personnel Training Branch,
1952. 175 pp.

Levinson, Billey
Effects of Fetal Irradiation on Learning. Journal of Comparative and
Physiological Psychology, Vol. 45, (April, 1952) pp. 140-145.

Waters, Rolland H.
Proposed Field Tests of the Tiffany Visibility Forecasting Nomo-
graphs. Armed Forces-NRC Vision Committee, Minutes and Proceed-
ings of the 30th Meeting. Washington, D. C., National Academy of
Sciences, (April, 1952) pp. 133-137.





The Use of Mathematical and Meteorological Data in Aeronautical
Chart Construction. U. S. Office of Naval Research, Report No.
641-05-4. (May 29, 1951) 33 pp. (Lithoprinted).

Waters, Rolland H. and Bishop E. W.
The Design of Aeronautical Charts. Navigation, Vol.3, No. 3, (March,
1952) pp. 73-78.

Waters, Rolland H. and Sheppard, Ruth
The Mirror Drawing Experiment: A brief historical note. Journal of
General Psychology, Vol. 46, (January, 1952) pp. 63-72.

Waters, Rolland H. and others
Studies of Avigational Graphic Aids: Evaluation of Composite Radio
Facility Chart and Monograph. (Contract No. N8onr-641-05). U. S.
Office of Naval Research, Memorandum Report No. I. January 21,
1952. 10 pp. (Mimeographed).

Studies of Avigational Graphic Aids: The relative legibility of two
aeronautical charts (under red lighting conditions). (Contract N8onr-
641-05). U. S. Office of Naval Research, Memorandum Report No. 2,
March 15, 1952. 13 pp. (Mimeographed).

Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Dooley, Louis George (E. D. Hinckley)
Prediction of Academic Success in Journalism.

Fountain, Ralph Warren, Jr. (E. P. Home)
Performance of College Students on the Masaic Test and on the Min-
mesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.

Jones, Myra Luce (R. J. Anderson)
The Personality and Interest Patterns of Graduate Students in Psy-
chology.

McLean, Joel Albert (J. A. Martin)
An Exploratory Experiment with the Auditory Digit Span in the In-
crease of Reading Speed.

Parker, Donald Henry (J. C. Dixon)
Relationship Between Reading Retardation and the Rosenzweig P-F
Study.

Rettie, George, Jr. (D. A. Rethlingshafer)
Value Judgments of Age in Women.





Ritter, Richard M. (R. J. Anderson)
The Relation Between Comic Strip Preference and Personality Traits.

Robinson, Robert S. (H. Wunderlich)
Figural After-Effects with Luminous Patterns.

Rockafeller, Eugene Frances, Jr. (J. C. Dixon)
A Study of the Relationship of Abstract and Concrete Ability and
Intelligence.

Rogers, Authur (D. A. Rethlingshafer)
The Effect of Concomitant Sets of Learning.

Stansky, Frances R. (D. A. Rethlingshafer)
Age as a Factor in Persistence During Task-Orientation and Ego-
Orientation.

Storrs, Sibyll Violet (R. J. Anderson)
An Evaluative Comparison of the United States Employment Service
General Aptitude Test Battery and the Wechsler Bellevue Intelli-
gence Scale.

Tatham, Louise Jeannette (J. E. Harlow)
Statistical Comparison of the Revised Stanford-Binet Intelligence
Test-Form L with the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Using
the Six and One-Half Year Level.

Taylor, Edwin Stewart (E. D. Hinckley)
The Prediction of Scholastic Success of Engineering Seniors with
the General Aptitude Test Battery.

Vincent, Paul E. P. (E. P. Home)
A Study of Certain Substitute Stimuli in Modification of Cerebral
Rhythms of Human Subjects.

Wakeling, Donald Ashley (R. J. Anderson)
A Comparison of an Institutional and a Retired Sample of the Aged.




SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY

Goggin, John M.
Archeological Notes on Lower Fisheating Creek. The Florida Anthro-
pologist, Vol. 4, No. 3-4, (November, 1951) pp. 50-66.

Archeological Sites in the Everglades National Park. Laboratory
Notes No. 2. Gainesville, Florida, University of Florida, Department
of Sociology and Anthropology, 1951. (Mimeographed).





Beaded Shoulder Pouches of the Florida Seminole. The Florida
Anthropologist, Vol. 4, No. 1-2, (May, 1951) PP. 2-17.

The First Floridians, in: The Florida Handbook, compiled by Allen
Morris. 3rd edition. Tallahassee, Florida, The Peninsular Publishing
Company, [ 1952] .pp. 343-348.

Fort Pupo A Spanish Frontier Outpost. The Florida Historical
Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 2, (October, 1951) pp. 139-192.
The Mexican Kickapoo Indians. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology,
Vol. 7, No. 3, (Autumn, 1951) pp. 314-327.

Smith, T. Lynn
Demographic Factors Relating to Economic Growth in Brazil. New
York, The Social Science Research Council, 1952. pp. 1-42. (Mimeo-
graphed).

Some Observations on Land Tenure in Columbia. Foreign Agriculture,
Vol. 16, No. 6, (June, 1952) pp. 119-124.

Tendencias Atuais de Populacio na America Latina. Sociologia
(S&o Paulo), Vol. 13, No. 2, (1951) pp. 135-147.

Smith, T. Lynn and Hitt, Homer L.
The People of Louisiana. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Louisiana State
University Press, 1952. 273 pp.

Smith, T. Lynn and McMahan, C. A.
The Sociology of Urban Life: A Textbook with Readings. New York,
New York, The Dryden Press, December, 1951. 831 pp.

Vedder, Clyde B.
Lonely Hearts Clubs Viewed Sociologically. Social Forces, Vol. 30,
No. 2, (December, 1951) pp. 219-222.

Public Attitudes That Handicap Prison Officials. American Prison
Association, Eighty-First Annual Congress of Correction Proceedings,
1951, pp. 237-245.
Toward a More Militant Sociology. The Alpha Kappa Delta Quarterly,
Vol. 22, No. 1, (December, 1951) pp. 7-10.

Graduate Theses:

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Fuguitt, Glenn Victor (T. L. Smith)
The Retired People of West Palm Beach.





Mohrfeld, Robert Warren (W. W. Ehrmann and T. L. Smith)
A Social and Demographic Study of the Populations of Selected Trail-
er Courts in Florida.



SPEECH

Constans, Henry P.
Fundamentals of Speech, in: College English: The First Year, by
J. Hooper Wise and others. New York, New York, Harcourt, Brace,
& Company, Inc., 1952. Part IV, pp. 765-782.

Dusenbury, Delwin B.
The Chicago Convention: A Preview. Educational Theatre Journal,
Vol. 3, No. 3, (October, 1951) pp. 255-257.

Hale, Lester L.
A Consideration of Thiamin Supplement in Prevention of Stuttering
in Preschool Children. The Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders,
Vol. 16, No. 4, (December, 1951) pp. 327-333.

Putnam, Ivan, Jr.
The Right to Edit the Script. Educational Theatre Joumal Vol. 3,
No. 4, (December, 1951) pp. 338-344.

Graduate Theses;

(Names in parentheses signify directors of the theses)

Evans, James Herschel (D. B. Dusenbury)
Recent Staging of Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus.

McLellan, Von Nelle Byrd (L. L. Hale)
A Manual of Experiences in Sound for Use in Speech Training in
Elementary Grades.

Morgan, Elizabeth Annelies (L. L. Hale)
The English Language Background of the Latin American Students
at the University of Florida.

Rayfield, Robert Emmett (D. B. Dusenbury)
A Comparative Stddy of Eighteen Professional Theatre Directors in
New York City: 1940-1950.

Sanders, James Wilton (J. C. Weaver)
A Study of the Growth and Development of Radio Broadcasting in the
United States from 1920 to 1950.





Wolff, Florabel H. (L. L. Hale)
The Influence of James Rush's The Philosophy of the Human Voice
on Selected Writers of Speech Texts.
Wood, Beauton (L. L. Hale)
The Effects of Specialized Speech Training on Selected Feeble-
Minded Subjects at the Florida Farm Colony.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PUBLICATIONS

General Extension Division

The General Extension Division Record published through Vol. XXXIII,
No. 10, Extra No. 2, contains reports of activities, announcements,
descriptions of short courses and conferences, bibliographies and
materials on various subjects, and loan services.

Audio-Visual Aids, News Letter (Monthly) Vol. V, Nos. 4, 5, Vol. VI,
No. 1, discontinued.

Supplement to Film Catalog (1952) 49 pp.

Film Strips and Film Slides Catalog (1952) 30 pp.

Florida Extension Library, General Extension Division Materials Series,
(each issued periodically)

Unit Picture Collection
Records and Transcriptions
Florida School Art
Plays
Florida Park and Recreation Training Institute, Proceedings, (1952)

Leadership Training in Recreation (1952), Ann Livingstone, 28 pp.
Leadership Training in Recreation (1952), John F. Jones, Jr., 28 pp.
Crafts for Recreation (1952) 22 pp.

PTA Handbook, The Citizen Child, His Character Comes First (1952)
101 pp.
10th Annual Short Course for Municipal Finance Officers and City
Clerks, Proceedings (1952) 148 pp.


College of Pharmacy

The Bureau of Professional Relations Bulletin, Nos. 7-10, September-
December, 1951 and Nos. 1-6, January-June, 1952.





Journals


The Journal of Politics (Quarterly). Published by Southern Political
Science Association with a grant-in-aid from the University of Florida.
Vol. 13, No. 3 and 4; Vol. 14, No. 1 and 2, (August, November, 1951.
February and May, 1952).

Southern Folklore Quarterly, Published by the Southeastern Folklore
Society with a grant-in-aid from the University of Florida. Vol. 15, No.
3 and 4; Vol. 16, No. 1 and 2, (September, December, 1951; March and
June, 1952).

Southern Speech Journal. Published by the Southern Speech Associa-
tion with a grant-in-aid from the University of Florida. Vol. 17 (Septem-
ber, December 1951; March and May, 1952).

University of Florida Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 3; Vol. 5, No. 1 and 2
(Fall, 1951; Spring and Summer, 1952).


University of Florida Library

Short-Title Checklist of Official Florida Publications (Bi-Monthly)
Nos. 61-66 (July 1951-June, 1952).


University of Florida Press

(Publications listed below are those for 1951-52; complete catalogue
available on request).

Aguilera, Francisco, editor. Handbook of Latin American Studies: 1948,
No. 14, 1951, x+ 317 pp.

Cabell, James Branch, Quiet, Please, 1952, xxxv + 105 pp.

Kerrigan, Anthony, translator. Barcia's Chronological History of the
Continent of Florida, 1951, ix + 426 pp.

Smith, 1. Lynn, editor. Problems of America's Aging Population, 1951,
xv + 117 pp.
Thorning, Joseph F., Miranda: World Citizen, 1952, xxii +324 pp.

vatkins, John V., Gardens of the Antilles, 1952, ix + 244 pp.

tilgus, A. Curtis, Editor. The Caribbean at Mid-Century, 1951, xxv
+ 284 pp.





University of Florida


The University Record, Vol. 46, No. 7; Vol. 47, No. 6 (July, 1951-
June, 1952). This Series includes:

Biennial Reports of the President to the Board of Control
Catalog
Publications and Theses
Schedule of Courses
Student Directory
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University Telephone Directory




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