Vol. 26 No. #691
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More Stories from the July 7, 1934 issue

  1. First Glances at New Books

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  2. Front Matter

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  3. Sex Control Succeeds with Warm-Blooded Animals

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  4. [Photograph]: Spider of Steel

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  5. Find Second Way of Making Radioactive Nitrogen

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  6. New World Record Found for Height of Daily Tide

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  7. Infantile Paralysis Vaccine Being Tried in New York

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  8. Mild Winter and Drought Menace Park Animals’ Range

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  9. Jupiter and Saturn Have Atmosphere of Deadly Gas

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  10. [Photograph]: In a Museum Now

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  11. Many More Gland Secretions Still Awaiting Discovery

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  12. Two Earthquakes Shock Mexico and Chile

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  13. Pressing Problems of Science Listed by SAB Chairman

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  14. 200 Years to Cool Boulder Dam If Not Refrigerated

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  15. Don’t Forget 137th Dimension Eddington Warns Scientists

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  16. [Photograph]: A Modern American’s “Igloo”

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  17. Eyes upon the Ground Look Close at Beauty

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  18. In Science Fields

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  19. Thuban Was Once the Pole Star

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  20. Silver Acts as Disinfectant for Drinking Water and Pools

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  21. Neutron May Not Be Real Ultimate Particle of Nature

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  22. Atomic “Bullets” Travel at 174,840 Miles a Second

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  23. Scientists Still Differ concerning Cosmic Rays

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  24. Nature Ramblings: Dinosaur Eggs

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  25. “Heavy-Weight” Stars May Be Composed of Neutrons

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  26. Personality Measured on Seven-Point Scale

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  27. Bahamas May Have Been Part of American Continent

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  28. Hybrid Trolley Car-Bus Uses Either Current or Gasoline

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  29. Science Links Living Indians and Mystery Ruins

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