Vol. 24 No. #655 Archives

More Stories from the October 28, 1933 issue

  1. New Cyanide Antidote Promises Great Usefulness

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  2. New Cycle of Sunspots May Begin in Next Few Months

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  3. Biologist Finds Multiplicity of “Castes” Even in America

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  4. National Park Animals in Condition for Winter

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  5. Mining Sulfur under Water Hailed as Chemical Advance

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  6. [Photograph]: “Dreadnaught” Dinosaur Brought Home Canned

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  7. Coal Mine in a Museum

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  8. In Science Fields

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  9. Depression Victims Have More Illness than Chronically Poor

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  10. Oxygen Tube Replaces Tents and Rooms

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  11. Weathermen Unwittingly Pose Hallowe’en Picture

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  12. Great Attack Planned on Tennessee Valley’s Prehistory

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  13. Comical Glass Cow Held Perfume for Romans

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  14. New Comet Discovered by Harvard Astronomer

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  15. “Instinctive” Behavior Provoked by Human Extract

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  16. Machine Age Benefits Upheld; Better Distribution Demanded

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  17. Buffalo Meat Again to Cheer Indians

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  18. Unknown Interior of Earth Invites Future Explorers

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  19. Dry Ice Strengthens Ice Box against Electric Refrigerator

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  20. [Photograph]: House for Infants Only

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  21. Mud-Dauber Wasp Pioneer among Masons

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  22. Nature Ramblings: Irreversible Evolution

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  23. Cannibalism Everyday Habit of Ancient Wisconsin Indians

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  24. First Glances at New Books

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. Nobel Prize Rewards Study of “Atom” of Heredity

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