Vol. 24 No. #653 Archives

More Stories from the October 14, 1933 issue

  1. “Phage” Found to Cure with Antitoxin, Not by “Eating”

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  2. String of Beads 37 Feet Long Dug up in Indian Home

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  3. [Photograph]: Beauty from the Desert

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  4. Scientists Took First Chance with Encephalitis

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  5. Microclimatology, Science That Studies “Working” Weather

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  6. 1933 Bad Grasshopper Year, Entomologists Report

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  7. Soviet Ascension Breaks World Altitude Record

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  8. New Heavy Water Kills Tadpoles and Guppy Fish

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  9. [Photograph]: Test Chamber

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  10. Birthmarks Permanently and Safely Treated by Radium

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  11. Ruins Shed Light on Rome’s “Bonus Army”

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  12. World’s Biggest Reindeer on Island of Sakhalin

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  13. Animals Know Phonograph Voices of Own Species

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  14. Plato Devised Atlantis Myth, Scholar’s New Study Indicates

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  15. In Science Fields

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  16. Beyond Einstein

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  17. Metallurgist Devises New High Precision Microscope

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  18. Drink Half-per-Cent Beer, and like It!

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  19. Ancient Map Is Really Only Half a Map

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  20. Milk Seen as Constant Source of Vitamins

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  21. Tests Show Qualities of Good Salesmen

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  22. Rabbit Tick May Have Spread Spotted Fever over Country

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  23. 300 Plague Deaths in One Chinese Village

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  24. Nature Ramblings: Champion Conservatives

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  25. Shoppers Choose Dresses in Average Time of 15 Minutes

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  26. First Glances at New Books

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  27. Front Matter

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