Vol. 25 No. #666

More Stories from the January 13, 1934 issue

  1. Recovery from Anesthesia Hastened by Acid Injection

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  2. [Photograph]: Searchlights on Parade

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  3. Palinaesthesia Finding Described by Discoverer

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  4. Universe Not Expanding in Our Part of Cosmos, Shapley Says

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  5. Queen Jezebel’s Ivories Divided Three Ways

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  6. Country’s Lowest Death Rate Reported by Surgeon General

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  7. Water in Plants Ascends as Vapor, New Theory Holds

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  8. A.A.A.S. Declares for Intellectual Freedom

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  9. Health Experts Differ on Effects of Depression

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  10. Science Must Heal Wounds Made by Applied Science

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  11. [Photograph]: Winner of $1,000

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  12. In Science Fields

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  13. What Weight Has Neutron? Is Moot Question of Physics

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  14. Wet Asphalt Road Not Cause of Most Skidding

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  15. Weight-Reducing Drug Tested on Mental Cases

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  16. Proving That Baby Can See

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  17. Electric Piano Has Keyboard but Lacks Strings

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  18. Pure Vitamin Obtained in Quantity Now

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  19. [Photograph]: 500,000 Watts

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  20. Men Are Walking Drugshops, Dr. Abel Declares in Address

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  21. Saul’s Fortress-Palace Found at Gibeah

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  22. Genealogy of First Family of America Traced to 1400

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  23. Cotton Tried as Binder in Asphalt Paving Blocks

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  24. Nature Ramblings: Early Americans

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  25. Lack of Vitamin Balance Seen as Cause of Pellagra

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  26. First Glances at New Books

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  27. Front Matter

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