Vol. 22 No. #609 Archives

More Stories from the December 10, 1932 issue

  1. Harvard Astronomers Get Photo of Meteor Spectrum

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  2. Earthquake Reported near Chilean Coast

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  3. Eminent French Scientist Present at Own Centenary

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  4. More Drivers Obey Laws at Light-Controlled Corners

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  5. Jolts on the Highway Measured by “Roughometer”

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  6. Calves Retain Part of Wild Things’ Charm

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  7. New Machine Measures Strength of Ultraviolet

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  8. Science Seeks to Interpret Irish Nation

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  9. Coal Dust Possible Benefit to Miners, Says Haldane

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  10. Vampire Bats Transmit Panama Horse Disease

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  11. Ice-Destroying Chemicals Injurious to Concrete

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  12. American Insect Pest in Austrian Orchards

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  13. Cotton Helping to Give Better Roads to South

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  14. Old Drinking Horns Tell Secrets of Ancient Liquors

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  15. Wants Disease-Detecting Materials Standardized

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  16. In Science Fields

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  17. Isolation of Strychnine: “A Classic of Science”

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  18. Brightest Star Now Visible; Regulus Occulted Dec. 18

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  19. Hamburg Steak Has Fewer Germs When “Frosted”

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  20. Arabs Use Red Squill to Kill Vermin

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  21. Ancient Human Remains Discovered in Texas

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  22. Nature Ramblings: Codfish

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  23. First Glances at New Books

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  24. Front Matter

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  25. Surplus Bison, Elk and Deer Distributed by Government

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