Vol. 24 No. #650 Archives

More Stories from the September 23, 1933 issue

  1. Consistency Found in Errors of Judgment

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  2. [Photograph]: Wanted: Winter Apartment

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  3. Chemical Rarities Made Cheap; Find Many Profitable Uses

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  4. Woman Scientist’s Discovery Cures Stubborn Skin Disease

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  5. Meteorologists Go with Byrd to Study Antarctic Weather

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  6. Electric Refrigerator Gets New Role as Incubator

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  7. “Nerves” Take Toll in Mishaps

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  8. In Science Fields

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  9. Disks Spinning in Vacuum May Replace Present Generators

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  10. Father Supplies Young Lungfish with Oxygen

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  11. Plants Apparently Use Complex Nitrogen Forms

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  12. Electric “Feelers” Probe Films Ten-Millionth Inch Thick

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  13. New Fig Variety Ripens after Picking

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  14. Saturday, Sept. 23, Sees Beginning of Autumn

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  15. Sex Control Method Fails in Test on Farm Animals

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  16. Tests Reveal Students’ Attitude toward Parents

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  17. “Harvest Moon” to Be Seen Early in October

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  18. Individual Reactions to Some Drugs Analogous to Hay Fever

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  19. Cosmic Space Filled with High Energy Positrons

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  20. Nature Ramblings: No Trees in the Ocean

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  21. Geologists Find Poetry in Rocks; Poets Write Geology

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  22. “Kick” of Movie Love Scenes Measured in 16-Year-Olds

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  23. Health Officer Said to Have Had Mild Encephalitis Case

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  24. First Glances at New Books

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. Omnipresent “Pantothenic” Acid Is Stimulus to Growth

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