Vol. 28 No. #746

More Stories from the July 27, 1935 issue

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Man-Made Gamma Rays Six Times as Piercing as Nature’s

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  3. Electrical Device Aids in Measuring Speeds of Cars

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  4. Find New Way to Attack Disease of Muscle Weakness

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  5. Sound Recording Methods Preserve Bird Calls

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  6. [Photographs]: Fossil Tree’s Structure

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  7. Italy’s Chemists Gave Her Weapons for War in 1934

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  8. Mental Disorder Is Viewed as Disease of Old Age

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  9. New Instrument to Measure Light Intensity Developed

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  10. Spectroscope Proves Aid in Study of Hemoglobin

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  11. First Americans May Have Been “Redskins”

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  12. Scurvy Returned to U. S. with the Depression Diets

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  13. Giant Crab-like Fossil Found near Buffalo

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  14. Spectroscope Is Used to Study Types of Sunburn

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  15. In Science Fields

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  16. Watch Venus and the Perseids

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  17. General Scientific Ability Believed Non-Existent

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  18. Clean Disposal of Waste Provided by Food Grinder

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  19. Vitamin Is Old-Fashioned; New Names Should Be Used

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  20. Animal Charcoal Successful as Treatment for Infections

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  21. Engineer Sees Wider Use of Precious Metals in Industry

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  22. Finds Freak of Nature Awed Ancient People in Canyon

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  23. Mayan Indian God Found with Mother-of-Pearl Eyes

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  24. Strife of Fire and Ice Created Crater Lake

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  25. Nature Ramblings: Crusty Convincers

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  26. Museums Lack Specimens of Animals Now Becoming Extinct

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  27. First Glances at New Books

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