Vol. 42 No. #9 Archives

More Stories from the August 29, 1942 issue

  1. No Shortage of Wool

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  2. Surgeons Patch Gloves, Conserve Drugs, AMA Asks

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  3. Bats Caught in Road Oil; Recalls Ice Age Tragedy

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  4. Chemical Group Important to Life; Present in Food

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  5. English Game Birds Now Do Damage to Crops

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  6. Cotton Picking Machines Work like Vacuum Cleaner

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  7. Nettles Used to Make Paper by Scottish Firm

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  8. New Machines and Gadgets

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  9. Books Just off the Press

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Birth Rate Will Drop

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  12. [Photograph]: Mars

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  13. Boom in Shark Fishing; Source of Vitamins

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  14. P-47 Now in Production Fast and Hard Hitting

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  15. Tetryl Causes Illness

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  16. Charts Have New Colors

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  17. Report Pharmacy Advance

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  18. [Photograph]: Synthetic Rubber Bags

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  19. New Type Tailless Plane Developed; Wing Tips Move

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  20. War Neurosis Effects

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  21. Vitamin D Forms Vary

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  22. Zoo Gets Three Ancient African Fish via Harvard

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  23. London Ape Makes Sketch

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  24. [Photograph]: Mobile Substations

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  25. Build Powerful Electron Whirler and X-Ray Machine

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  26. U. S. Lacks Women Doctors; Blamed on Prejudice

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  27. In Science Fields

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  28. Cross Glitters Overhead

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  29. Russian Weapons Good

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  30. Gloves Do Not Protect Surgeon from Mustard Gas

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  31. Better Not Alter Engine

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  32. Primer Uses Lead Instead of Mercury for Explosive

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  33. Greaseless Cream Protects Worker’s Hands and Arms

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  34. Sulfa Drugs Could Cause Wrong Military Decisions

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  35. Nature Ramblings: Chemical Controls

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  36. Russia Far from Out

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  37. Rifling of Gun Barrels Improved by New System

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