Vol. 66 No. #3
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More Stories from the July 17, 1954 issue

  1. Nature Ramblings: Sticklebacks

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  2. Birth-Death Imbalance Threatens Technical Aid

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  3. Professions in Russia

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  4. Shun Government Work

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  5. Brides and Grooms Are Now Closer to Same Age

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Practical World Language

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  9. Oldest American Skull

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  10. [Photograph]: For European Defense

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  11. New Drugs Not Guilty of Causing Intestinal Ill

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  12. Nova among New Objects

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  13. Detonator for Sabotage

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  14. Navigation Instrument Made for Arctic Use

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  15. Young Stellar Twins

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  16. Use BAL to Save Lives

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  17. Midget Metal Doughnut Masters Big Machines

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  18. Find Canal System of 5000 B.C. Mesopotamia

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  19. Drug Makes “Dead” Man’s Heart Beat

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  20. Doctor Reads Palm to Judge Anemia

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  21. Teaching by Machine

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  22. Sheep Diet Affects Wool Fiber Strength

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  23. Annihilation of Matter

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  24. Sex Hormone in Feed Fattens Steers Faster

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. Predict Sun’s Effect on Radio

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  27. Protect Mouth in Sports

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  28. “Drumsticks” in Blood Show Sex Difference

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  29. Number of Scientists Is Increasing in U. S.

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  30. Books of the Week

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  31. Metal Sandwich Stops Molybdenum Oxidation

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  32. Wry Neck, Eye Winking Relieved by New Drug

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  33. Juvenile Delinquency Up

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  34. Eye Has Compartments

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