Vol. 36 No. #3

More Stories from the July 15, 1939 issue

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Super-Heavy Elements May Be Stuff of Dense Dwarf Stars

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  3. [Photograph]: Most Beautiful

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  4. Undulant Fever Can Be Spread by Water

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  5. German Science Decline Reported in AASW Survey

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  6. Hollow Bullets Fired down Take Oil Well Samples

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  7. Fly Makes Mosquito Carry Its Eggs to Human Victims

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  8. Star Emits Puffs of Smoke Causing Light to Vary

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  9. [Photograph]: Studying Dust

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  10. North Dakota Health Program to Resume in Improved Form

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  11. Artificial Earthquake Reflections Show Oil

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  12. Ten Years to Restore Mammoth Stone Circle

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  13. Nestor’s Palace of “Odyssey” Fame Unearthed

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  14. Soviet-Japanese War Theater Largest and Most Isolated

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  15. In Science Fields

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  16. To Swing off to War

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  17. Natural Gas Yields New Family of Useful Chemicals

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  18. New X-Ray Procedure Helps Fight Tuberculosis

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  19. Hot Summer Ahead, Is Indication of Warm Spring

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  20. Chart Shows Chances That Prisoner Will Make Good

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  21. Brooks’ Periodic Comet Back to Region of Earth

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  22. Nature Ramblings: Changing Coats

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  23. Mood Aroused by Music Is Linked with Color “Seen”

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  24. Army Tries Four-Bladed Propeller for Planes

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  25. Patent Control of Flight and Fueling of Rockets

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  26. Germany’s Hope of Food from Sea Is Impractical

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  27. First Glances at New Books

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