Vol. 60 No. #19 Archives

More Stories from the November 10, 1951 issue

  1. Books of the Week

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  2. Beryl Discovered in Clay Deposits near Delhi

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  3. “Praying” Mantis Takes Attitude to Prey and Fight

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  4. Make Short Leg Grow

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  5. Test for Soil Needs

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  6. Radio Programs Listened to Recorded by Home Receivers

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  7. New Machines and Gadgets

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  8. Front Matter

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  9. Trade New Hearts for Old

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  10. Expanded Draft Asked

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  11. AEC Expects New Finds of Uranium in Latin America

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  12. Radio Beams Give Octuple Communication

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  13. Germ Warfare Set-up

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  14. [Photograph]: Better Plants

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  15. Method Predicts Polio Epidemic and Cases

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  16. Government Officials Lean and Unmuscular

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  17. Meteors “Flash” to Radar

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  18. International Air Tackled

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  19. Trace Eskimo Ancestors

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  20. Longer Radio Relays by Short Waves past Horizon

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  21. Second Polio Attack Possible but Infrequent

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  22. Short Trained Personnel

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  23. Blame for Baldness

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  24. Heavy Cosmic Ray Particles Copper, Bromine, Tin Found

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  25. Predict Success in Fly Control If Sanitation Used

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  26. NSF Prepares to Spend Reduced Appropriation

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  27. Virus Atypical Pneumonia

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  28. [Photograph]: Pylons, Not Warships

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  29. Freeze Dry Factory Wastes to Stop River Pollution

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  30. Device Helps Geologists Detect Underwater Oil

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  31. In Science Fields

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  32. Sulfur: Industrial Helper

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  33. Blood Pressure Readings Take Skill and Knowledge

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  34. Nature Ramblings: Ferns

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  35. Fossil Earthquake Fault Discovered in California

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