Vol. 42 No. #3 Archives

More Stories from the July 18, 1942 issue

  1. Pilot Plants to Test Methods of Producing Sponge Iron

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  2. [Photographs]: In the Scrap

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  3. Rifle Bullets That Flash Help Marksman Correct Aim

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  4. Wire-Dangling Rocket Not a New Weapon

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  5. Ideas from Talent Search Winners Given to Government

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  6. Smallpox Now at Lowest Ebb; Danger Seen in War Shifts

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  7. Possible Rubber Substitutes from Soybean Oil Tested

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  8. Russia’s Frozen Expanses Have Lessons for U. S.

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  9. In Science Fields

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  10. Warns of Danger of Poisoning by the Puss Caterpillar

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  11. [Photograph]: Handy

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  12. Wood Pipes Carry Water for War Industry Plants

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  13. Buffers in Wine Make It Slower to Cause Drunkenness

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  14. Anti-Venereal Disease Program Is Intensified

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  15. World’s Largest Propeller Is Put through Its Paces

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  16. Glycerin for Explosives Will Come from Salvaged Drippings

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  17. Glass That Floats Breaks Life Preserver Bottle-Neck

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  18. Nature Ramblings: Weeds and Sneezes

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  19. Atomic Fission Takes Place in Sun’s Corona, Is Theory

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  20. 2,682 Ships Would Be Needed to Bring in 5 Products

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  21. New Machines and Gadgets

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  22. First Glances at New Books

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  23. Front Matter

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  24. D. C. Health Officer Institutes Special Measures

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  25. Hypnotically Drugged Troops May Be Next Development

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