Vol. 24 No. #649 Archives

More Stories from the September 16, 1933 issue

  1. Elm Disease Entered America under Bark of Veneer Logs

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  2. Cosmic Rays Observed in Depths of Salt Mines

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  3. 1630 Text Describes “Immemorial” Maya Ruins

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  4. Black Rat Horde Menaces England with Black Death

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  5. New Physics Troubled by Confusion in Nomenclature

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  6. [Photograph]: Leaden-Footed Chase

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  7. Fiji Island Region Gets Heavy Quake

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  8. Solids near Absolute Zero Yield Secrets through Spectra

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  9. Bird Lover Sacrifices Savings for Sanctuary

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  10. New Attacks on the Last Continent

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  11. In Science Fields

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  12. Waltz Time Preferred to Foxtrot Rhythm

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  13. Chimpanzee’s Vision Is as Acute as Man’s

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  14. American Rubber Given Service Tests in Auto Tires

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  15. Minnesota Research Discloses Tragic Facts on Unemployed

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  16. Turn on the Light Brightly; Then You Can Hear Better

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  17. Medicine Advanced by Crystal Pure Secretions

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  18. New Device May Enable Blind to Read Printing

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  19. Plants May Produce Some Oxygen for Own Needs

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  20. Shifting Corn Belt May Have Influenced Culture Migrations

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  21. Folsom Type Dart Points Distributed over Wide Area

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  22. Medieval Greeks Knew Chemical Warfare Secrets

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  23. Frozen Gas Found 2800 Feet below Earth’s Surface

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  24. Nature Ramblings: Moved by a Fungus

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  25. First Glances at New Books

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  26. Average Vocabulary of College Students Found

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  27. Front Matter

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