Vol. 66 No. #14 Archives

More Stories from the October 2, 1954 issue

  1. Nature Ramblings: Kangaroo Rat

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  2. Worm Threatens Citrus

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  3. Nation’s Research and Development

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  4. Bat’s Percussion Center

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  5. Fight Tropical Pests

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  6. Hunters Guard against Tularemia

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  7. New Machines and Gadgets

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  8. Front Matter

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  9. Predict Hurricane Paths?

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  10. Cut Oxygen for Babies to Prevent Blindness

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  11. [Photograph]: African Birds

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  12. Cosmic Rays Filtered

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  13. Eugenics for Diabetics

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  14. U. S. Oil Shale Deposits Beat World Oil Reserves

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  15. Banana Stem Rot Can Be Prevented

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  16. 2.5-Ton Propeller Plane “Hovers” over Airport

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  17. Check Leprosy Blindness

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  18. Cortisone May Lower Defense against Cancer

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  19. Seeing Violet Light

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  20. Earnings Increased for Polio Patients

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  21. Spadefoot Toad Breeds Only during Hurricanes

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  22. Always Spring for Birds in Tropics

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  23. Talent Search under Way

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  24. Cataracts Caused by Allergy to Penicillin

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  25. Helicopter Booster May Save Lives

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  26. High Altitude Babies Lightweights at Birth

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  27. In Science Fields

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  28. Influence of Scientists

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  29. New Drug Stops Hiccups

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  30. Toy Space for Safety

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  31. Inject Boiling Water to Stop Severe Nerve Pain

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  32. New Corn’s Cornstarch Makes Plastic Fibers

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  33. Books of the Week

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  34. Weeds to Weed Weeds

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  35. Abandon Heard Island in Sub-Antarctic

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