Vol. 61 No. #3

More Stories from the January 19, 1952 issue

  1. Rotted Tree Trunks Provide Wallboard Bonding Agent

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  2. Hormone Spray Keeps Lemons Fresh in Storage

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  3. Baby Born with Only One Lung Lives Nine Months

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  4. How Birds Migrate Baffles

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  5. Sulfur Shortage Continues

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  6. Peppers and Oils Blamed for Tourists’ Sickness

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  7. New Machines and Gadgets

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  8. Front Matter

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  9. Vein Grafts as Remedy

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  10. More Food from Cotton

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  11. Most Powerful X-Ray Attack on Cancer Begun

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  12. Boiled Water and Tea Extract Tobacco’s Nicotine

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  13. Spherical Aerial Photos

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  14. Ward off Atomic Radiation

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  15. Japanese Battle Erosion

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  16. Fishermen Can Tell Tall Stories of This Lake’s Fish

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  17. Wild Figs Are Sought on Mexican Expedition

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  18. Radio Stars Probably Nearer than Those We See

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  19. All-Glass Paper Is Effective Air Filter

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  20. Quakes’ Sound Recorded

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  21. Yellowstone Geyser Erupts after 60 Years

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  22. Virus Disease Barrier

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  23. Anti-Malarial Synthetic

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  24. In Science Fields

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  25. Air Defense Plans

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  26. Begin Tropic Diseases Project for Pacific

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  27. Oak Wilt Hits 7 New States

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  28. [Photograph]: Passaic River Bridge

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  29. Geiger Counter Diagnoses Missed Thyroid Disease

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  30. No Marriage Success If Overly Self-Conscious

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  31. Nature Ramblings: Don’t Shoot

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  32. Fat Men Cold-Insulated

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  33. A-Bomb Use for Old Drug

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  34. Home Movie Screens

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  35. Books of the Week

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