Vol. 61 No. #22

More Stories from the May 31, 1952 issue

  1. Babies Get Ulcers, Too

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  2. Gaudy Air Rescue Suit

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  3. Drug Lengthens Lives

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  4. Crossed Eyes Can Be Cured but Early Treatment Best

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  5. Books of the Week

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  6. Airliners with Turbo-Prop Being Built in England

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  7. Wakeless Torpedo Finally Patented

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  8. Probe Upper Atmosphere

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  9. TV for Half of Population

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  10. Diet Control of Polio Ruled out in Mouse Study

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  11. Two-Ship Scientific Fleet Explores Vast Pacific Area

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  12. New Machines and Gadgets

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  13. Front Matter

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  14. Heal Cut Spinal Cord

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  15. Ape-Gibbon “Missing Link”

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  16. Faint Comet Discovered; Visible in U. S. Night Sky

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  17. Wrong Metals Can Spoil Research Wind Tunnels

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  18. Foretell Seasonal Weather

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  19. Tonsil Bleeding Less with Regular Operation

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  20. [Photograph]: Blind Cave Salamander

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  21. Aid Aircraft Control

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  22. Double Nerve Operation Helps Stomach Ulcers

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  23. Twinkling Lights Help Geodesists Map Antilles

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  24. Lighter New Bridges Assembled More Quickly

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  25. Cosmotron Fires 1.35 Bev

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  26. Vaporized Insecticides Are Doubly Dangerous

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  27. Navy Wind Tunnel Draws Last Breath

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  28. Find Who “Wears Pants”

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  29. [Photograph]: New Standards Head

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  30. Latest Army Wrinkle: Adjustable Locomotive

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  31. Sensitive Balance Shown

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  32. If Beach Rises, Suspect Mole Crabs on Mass Move

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  33. Wasted Atomic Energy Product to Treat Cancer

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  34. In Science Fields

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  35. Mars Still Prominent

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  36. Aid Brucellosis Treatment

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  37. Men Need to Be Cancer Alerted

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  38. Navy Explores New Engine for Trucks, Ships, Subs

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  39. Germ Warfare Charges “Ridiculous,” General Says

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  40. Nature Ramblings: From Many Lands

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