Vol. 25 No. #665

More Stories from the January 6, 1934 issue

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Tissues, Rather than Blood, Fight Invasion by Germs

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  3. Only 48 Ancestors Really Count in Your Heredity

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  4. Proton Production Improved for Bombardment of Atom

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  5. Child Prodigies Lose in IQ as They Grow Older

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  6. Odors Described by Numerical Tagging

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  7. Formula Devised to Gage Gasoline Demand

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  8. [Photograph]: Accidental Death Far from Home

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  9. Super-Hurricanes Found in Atmospheres of Distant Stars

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  10. Anesthetic Rivals Ether in Certain Operations

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  11. Emotional Difficulties of Children Revealed in Play

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  12. Egypt Keeps Rank as Civilization Pioneer

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  13. Alaskan Glacier Advances while Others Retreat

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  14. Seek to Make Practical Use of Tuberculosis Discoveries

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  15. Too Easy Living Injures Insulin-Producing Gland

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  16. In Science Fields

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  17. Bright Stars Fill the Sky

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  18. Need for Affection May Be Cause of Stomach Ulcers

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  19. New Device Takes Advertising out of Radio Programs

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  20. Blood, Not Nerves, Carries Tetanus Poison to Brain

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  21. Copper Cures Sickness of Florida Orange Trees

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  22. Diagram Classifies Radio Tubes

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  23. West African Negroes Have Thirteen Kinds of Marriage

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  24. Roots Grown Free from Tops of Plants

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  25. Nature Ramblings: Very Solemn Citizens

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  26. Mental Disease Found Common in Indians

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  27. Fish Grow Best in Water That Is Not Too “Clean”

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  28. First Glances at New Books

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