Vol. 36 No. #21 Archives

More Stories from the November 18, 1939 issue

  1. Young Men Gain Virility through Nobel Prize Work

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  2. Giant Centrifuge Tests Mines and Bridges in New Research

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  3. New Midget Flash Bulb Has Million-Lumens Peak

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  4. Sulfapyridine and Heparin Save Heart Disease Patients

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  5. Americans Spend Little for Their Education

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  6. Newly Discovered Mountain Is Climbed Only by Fish

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  7. World Has No Ideal State but Big States Come Nearest

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  8. Sandbags Help Get Rid of Dunes Destroying Farm Land

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  9. New Pellagra Remedies Have Been Discovered

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  10. Industry Finds Increasing Use for Plastic Adhesives

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  11. More than 80 Cancer Patients Given “Frozen Sleep”

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  12. Plastics Competition Covers Coat Hangers to Lenses

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  13. In Science Fields

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  14. Powerful Little Guns

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  15. Plants More Immortal than “Everlasting Hills”

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  16. Vitamin A Therapy Aid in Matching of Colors

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  17. To Heat and Air Condition House with Solar Energy

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  18. Snowplows Build Ridges to Keep Moisture

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  19. Propaganda Is Found Ineffective When Minds Are Not Ready

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  20. Nature Ramblings: Geography of Songs

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  21. Germany May Well Attain Adequate Aviation Fuels

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  22. First Thanksgiving Bird Saved from Fate of Dodo

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  23. First Glances at New Books

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  24. Front Matter

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  25. Nobel Physics Prize Honors Machine as Well as Its Maker

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