Vol. 61 No. #16 Archives

More Stories from the April 19, 1952 issue

  1. Rate Big League Players

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  2. New Disease, “Soremuzzle,” Attacks Sheep in Texas

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  3. Spleen Extract Readied to Save Atomic Victims

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  4. New Machines and Gadgets

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Sex Shows in Human Cells

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  7. Clothed in Oil and Gas

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  8. Eggs and Meat Contain More B-12 than Was Believed

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  9. Science Foundation Gives 624 Fellowships

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  10. Clue to Sun’s Heat

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  11. Text on Bronze Scroll New Treasure from Cave

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  12. Blue Dye with Cancer Affinity Aids X-Raying

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  13. Keep Fit to Work after 65

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  14. 50% Cancer Patients Live with Adrenals Removed

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  15. Plants Grow in Red Light

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  16. Faint Nova Found by Mexican Astronomer

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  17. [Photograph]: Science Amphitheater

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  18. Reprieves but No Cures

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  19. Dr. Carmichael Elected Secretary of Smithsonian

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  20. Oklahoma Center for Mild “Unusual” Earthquake

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  21. Leonardo Da Vinci, Scientist

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  22. In Science Fields

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  23. Three Giant Eyes

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  24. Chickens Make Protein

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  25. Color Test on Blood Detects Disease of Liver

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  26. Automobile Salvaging in Easy-to-Handle Packages

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  27. Nature Ramblings: Prairie and Plow

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  28. Birth Control in Rats

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  29. Cortisone by Fermentation

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  30. Undiagnosed Cancers

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  31. Books of the Week

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  32. Spot 1952’s Second Comet

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