Vol. 22 No. #595 Archives

More Stories from the September 3, 1932 issue

  1. Swelling Marble Makes Trouble in Quarries

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  2. First Glances at New Books

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. X-Rays Can Speed up and Reverse Evolution

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  5. Treasure Unearthed from Maya Pyramid

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  6. Low Resistance in Cold Intrigues Engineers

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  7. Larger Families May Again Become Fashionable

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  8. Two Weeks’ Delay Precedes X-Ray Sterility in Mice

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  9. Yellow Fever Certificates Recommended for Tropics

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  10. Male Water Bug Has Family Cares Thrust upon Him

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  11. Engineers Plan Program of Movie Standardization

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  12. Energy Survey Being Made by Jobless Technical Men

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  13. Twins Reared Apart Develop Mental Differences

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  14. Radish-Cabbage Hybrid Illustrates the “Impossible”

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  15. Invisible Germs Should Not Stop Disease Fight

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  16. New Washington Quarter Has Wrong Species of Eagle

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  17. New Race of Fossil Men Found in North Africa

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  18. Science Explains Hang-over after Alcoholic Debauch

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  19. New Chemical Used to Fight Fungous Diseases

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  20. In Science Fields

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  21. September Evening Skies

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  22. Indian Drum Religion Is Thriving American Cult

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  23. Florida Noddy Terns Change Nesting Habits

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  24. Whooping Cough Relieved by Inhaling Carbon Dioxide

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  25. Better Trees Being Bred for Future Forest Crops

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  26. Experts to Investigate Leprosy in Hawaii

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  27. Diamond-Hard Materials Seen as Future Development

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  28. Cavemen’s Idea of Magic Shown by Paintings

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  29. Nature Ramblings: Lovers of Open Fields

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  30. Sick Vegetables Described in New Publication

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