Vol. 25 No. #668

More Stories from the January 27, 1934 issue

  1. [Photograph]: Twice Pioneer

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  2. Natural Gas Chemical Extracts Lubricant

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  3. Broody and Non-Broody Hens Produced by Breeding

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  4. 200-Inch Telescope Mirror to Be Poured of Special Glass

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  5. Heavy Hydrogen Born in Neutron-Proton Smash

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  6. [Photograph]: No Elongation Here

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  7. Atomic Bullets Aimed at Secrets of Matter

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  8. Many Found to Be Carriers of Disease-Causing Amoeba

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  9. Adrenal Cortex May Give Resistance to Poliomyelitis

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  10. Educator Doubts That America Is Nation of 12-Year-Olds

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  11. Language Facility Gives Advantage in Tests

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  12. In Science Fields

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  13. Creating “Language” for Chimpanzees

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  14. Himalaya “Growing Pains” Blamed for India Quake

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  15. Anatomist Finds Way to Measure inside of Skull

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  16. Soda Not Secret of Male Sex in Rats

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  17. Egypt’s Garden of Eden Invaded by Archaeologists

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  18. Heated Gypsum Becomes Useful, Thirsty Chemical

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  19. Frog Tadpole Tails Successfully Transplanted

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  20. Tests of Radio during Eclipse of Sun Urged

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  21. Expedition Will Study Sargasso Weed and Flying Fish

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  22. Nature Ramblings: Trouble by Threes

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  23. First Glances at New Books

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  24. Prizes for Discovery of Vitamin Requirements

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. Accuracy of History Checked by Study of Famous Bones

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