Vol. 24 No. #648 Archives

More Stories from the September 9, 1933 issue

  1. Arabs Credit Elijah with Changing Melons to Stones

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  2. Life Checks Downhill Course of Energy

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  3. Homesickness Preserves Family More than Sex

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  4. Centrifugal Analysis of Blood Indicates Species Relations

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  5. Small Saber-Tooth Cat Found in Idaho Fossil Bed

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  6. Twin Hurricanes Unique in American Weather History

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  7. Tunneling Reveals Layers of Mexican Pyramid

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  8. Linotype Machine Can Now Set Sanskrit

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  9. Drinking Map of the World

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  10. In Science Fields

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  11. Magnetic Storms Trouble Radio, Survey Indicates

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  12. Waste Gas Analysis Tests Auto Efficiency

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  13. [Photograph]: Honey-Baited Trap

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  14. Blue Eagle, Though Flattened, Is Very Plainly an Eagle

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  15. Gas Defends Metals against Corrosion Losses

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  16. Town Planning before Babylon Shown by Finds near Baghdad

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  17. Petrified Forest May Show Antelope Herds of America

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  18. Mosquitoes Carry Sleeping Sickness to Horses

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  19. History Never Repeats Self Mechanical Analogy Argues

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  20. Vitamin C Lack Connected with Cataract of Eye

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  21. Nature Ramblings: Sturgeon

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  22. British Engineer Criticizes Development of American Car

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  23. Most Enticing Mounds to Be Opened in Fall

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  24. First Glances at New Books

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. Present Sleeping Sickness Differs from Early Outbreaks

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