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INDEX CONTRIBUTORS

Principal Articles

ADAMS, R., Thoreau's Science, 379 ALBRECHT, W. A., Discrimination in Food Selection

by Animals, 347

BATES, M., The Forest and the Sea, 383 BAWDEN, F. C., The Nature of Viruses, 48 BOUDREAU, F. G., The Problems We Face in Nutri-

tion, 443 BOYD, T. A., Charles Franklin Kettering, 85 BOYER, C. B., Quantitative Science without Measure-

ment, 358 BROWNE, C. A., Thomas Jefferson and Agricultural

Chemistry, 55

CHAITKIN, J., The Challenge of Scientific Russian, '301

COLLIER, J. E., Artesian Water and Australia's Pas- toral Industry, 117

COOKE, C. W., Neptune's Racetracks, 286 COURT, N. A., Geometry and Experience, 63

DAVIS, E. H., and E. Y. DAWSON, The Savage Seris of Sonora, I, 193; II, 261

DAVIS, J. J., The National Pest Control Association, 151

DAWSON, E. Y., see DAVIS, E. H. DORWART, H. L., The Character of Mathematics, 177

GRUNDFEST, H., The Scientists' Postwar Problems, 130

GUDGERj E. W., Feline Fishermeni, 89

HARRIS, C. D., The Ruhr, 25 HEDGPETH, J. W., Re-examination of the Adventure

of the Lion's Mane, 227 HIGBEE, E. C., The River is the Plow, 405 HILTON, W. A., The Story of a Marine Laboratory,

213 HOFFLEIT, D., What Falls from Heaven, 30 HoovER, J. E., FBI Laboratory in Wartime, 18

IRWIN, D. L., Agriculture in the Matanuska Valley of Alaska, 203

JANSSEN, R. E., Fossil Plant Miniatures of Mazon Creek, 187

JEFFRIES, Z., Metallurgy and the War, 67

KELLER, A. G., The Transplantation of Democracy, 165

KIRKPATRICK, F. H., A Look at Postwar Employment Adjustment, 254

LANCASTER, L. W., Liberal Education and the Study of Government, 388

LEAKE, C. D., Ethicogenesis, 245 LOBECK. A. K.. Cartogranhv. 417

MAHLIE, W. S., Good Water and Human Longevity, 455

MILLS, J., Electronics, 459

NEEDHAI, J. G., How Biology Came to Knox Col- lege, 365

PETERSON, A., Some Insect Infants, 426 PPHILLIPS, R. W., Livestock in the Lives of the

Chinese, 269 POLANYI, M., The Autonomy of Science, 141 (re-

prinited)

REMMERS, H. H., The Purdue Opinion Poll for Young People, 292

ROE, A., Alcohol Education in the Schools, 51

SCHMIDT, K. P., A Naturalist's Glimpse of the Andes, 335

SHAW, W. T., Wildlife Zones across Central Cali- fornia, 97

SHELLENBERGER, J. A., Argentina 's Agricultural Fu- ture, 257

SHILLING, W. T., Our Revolving Island Universe, 108 SKUTCH, A. F., The Most Hospitable Tree, 5 SNYDER, E. E., It Might Have Been Banksia, 464 STRANDSKOV, H. H., The Rh Blood Factor, 451 SUMNER, F. B., The Cause Must Have Had Eyes, 181 SWAMINATHAN, V. S., Scientific and Industrial Re-

search in India, 307

TAYLOR, G., Corridors into Germany, 353 TRYTTEN, M. H., The Impending Scarcity of Scien-

tific Personnel, 37

VAILLANT, G. C., Shadow and Substance in Cultural Relations, 373

WELLS, W. F., Sanitary Ventilation by Radiant Dis- infection, 325

YATES, P. L., The Marriage of Nutrition and Agri- culture, 221

Science on.the March

BEVAN, A., War Minerals-Mica, 393 BROMLEY, S. W., An Indian Reliet Area, 153 BUNKER, H. J., The Protection of Textiles against

Biological Decay, 471

DORWART, H. L., Perennial Mathematics, 72

Low, A. M., Aircraft from the Sea, 73 LYONS, W. J., The New Division of High-Polymer

Physics of the American Physical Society, 71

MACKINTOSH, N. A., Research in the Antarctic, 154 MEYER, B. S., Growth Regulators in Plants, 468

481

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PARR, T., Ecological Aspects of Population Biology, 311

POTTER, T. S., Science and Tuberculosis, 467

REINEKE, E. P., see C. W. TURNER ROBERTS, F. H. H., JR@, A1n Early Texan, 392

STETSON, H. T., Dimout Reveals Secrets of the Nebu- lous Andromeda, 313

TuKEY, H. B., Hybrid Vegetable Seed, 391 TURNER, C. W., and E. P. REINEKE, Thyroprotein for

Increased Milk and Egg Production, 233

Book Reviews

ABBOT, C. G., Climate of Indiana, by S. S. Visher, 474

BELL, E. T., Psychology of Invention in the Mathe- matical Field, by Jacques Hadamard, 475

BELL, W. B., The Woods Hole Marine Biological Lab- oratory, by Frank R. Lillie, 75

BLAYDES, G. W., Practical Plant Anatomy, by A. S. Foster, 80

CAPRIO, F. S., Rebel without a Cause, by Robert M. Linder, 235

CLEPPER, 1., Forestry on Private Lands in the United States, by Clarence F. Korstian, 77

DANSEREAU, P., Le Canada Par L 'Image, by B. Brouillette, 474

DovE, W. E., Mosquito Control, (Revised Edition), by William B. Herms and Harold F. Gray, 238

GAFAFER, W. M., American Medical Practice in the Perspectives of a Century, by Bernhard J. Stern, 319

GRAUBARD, M., A Source Book of Agricultural Chem- istry, by Charles A. Browne, 79; University Rec- ords and Life in the Middle Ages, by Lynn Thorn- dike, 239

HAUSMAN, L. A., The Book of Naturalists, edited by William Beebe, 159; Joseph Lister, Father of Mod- ern Surgery, by Rhoda Truax, 397

HEDGPETH, J. W., Climate and the Energy of Na- tions, by S. F. Markham, 159; One Day on Beetle lock, by Sally Carrighar, 315

KELLER, A. G., Social Darwinism in American Thought, 1860-1915, by Richard Hofstadter, 398

LEAKE, C. D., Science in Soviet Russia, published by the National Council of American-Soviet Friend- ship, 397

MERRILL, E. D., Foundations of Plant Geography, by Stanley A. Cain, 76

MONTAGU, A., The Royal Society, 1660-1940, by Sir Henry Lyons, 401

NIKOLSKY, A. A., Pioneering the Helicopter, by C. L. Morris, 478

OEHSER, P. II., Electronics: Today and Tomorrow, by John Mills, 158; Men of Science in America, by Bernard Jaffe, 237

OVERHOLSER, W., Crime and the Human Mind, by David Abrahamsen, 477

PRICE, J. W., Amphibiants and Reptiles of the Chi- cago Area, by Clifford H. Pope, 399

RENSHAW, S., Personality and the Behavior Disorders, edited by J. McV. Hunt, 235

ROBINSON, H. B. G., Costs of Dental Care for Adults under Specific Clinical Conditions, by Dorothy Fahs Beck assisted by Mary Frost Jessup, 157

SAX, K., Enough and to Spare, by Kirtley F. Mather, 316; Demnographic Studies of Selected Areas of Rapid Growth, published by the Milbank Memorial Fund, 316

SCHMIDT, K. P., Guide to Higher Aquariut Animals, by Edward T. Boardnman, 402

SINCLAIR, J. G., Ourselves Unborn, by George W. Corner, 160

SWINGLE, M. C., That Vanishintg Eden: A Natural- ist's Florida, by Thonas Barbour, 401

THOMPSON, W. S., Edward Bellamy, by Arthur E. Morgan, 477

VOKF,S, H. E., Geology for Everyman, by Sir Albert Seward, 315

WADE, J. S., Ventures in Science of a Country Sur- geon, by Arthur E. Hertzler, 400

WADLEY, F. M., Consider the Calendar, by Bhola D. Panth, 318

WHITE, L. A., The Hopi Way, by Laura Thompson and Alice Joseph, 473

Original Verse

JORDAN, E. P., Dominion, 116

SINCLAIR, J. G., Ajax, 54; Electra, 306

WOODWARD, G., The Philosopher, 232

Comments and Criticisms

BAIN, R., Social Sciences, Too!, 321 BOND, F. D., Projective Geometry, 479 BOWER, W. C., Science and Social Wisdom, 83 BRANDWEIN, P. F., An Obstacle to a Science of Edu-

cation, 81 BREWER, W. F., Feline Fishermen, 321 BROCKETT, P., Additional Medalists, 163 BROWNE, C. A., Omission, 321

DAWSON, J. C., Lakanal and Chappe 's Telegraph, 322 DEWEY, J., Science and Social Wisdom, 83

ELLWOOD, C. A., Science and Social Wisdom, 83

GOOD, H. G., Correction, 323

HARE, M., The Cause Must Have Had Eyes, 479 HARPER, R. M., Manuscript Famine?, 243

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INDEX 483

JOHNSON, P. B., Multiple Hypotheses, 163

LENZ, R. E., Culture, 83

MCKAVITT, M. A., Science and Social Wisdom, 83

MACKAY, A. D., On Top Down Under, 243 MLLER, E. R., Meteors and Meteorology, 403 MONTAGU, A., Mr. Simple on Racial Equality, 241

NEWMAN, J. R., Mathematics for Thousands, 479

OLD Hi Ho, To Honiorable Writers, 243

PILCHER, J. P., Leishmianiasis in Texas, 83 POTTER, A. A., Duelism, 83

SCHOER, N., To Dr. Court on Space, 243 SHAPIR>O, S. R., Carter, not Carver, 83 STECHER, R. M., On Meeting the Authors, 162 STEWART, H. L., Approval, 323

URDANG, G., The Golden Eggs, 161

WADE, J. S., On "The Brownstone Tower,' 321 WHITE, L. A., Galileo vs. Aristotle, 403 WOODCOCK, H. E., The Cause Must Have Had Eyes,

479

SUBJECT INDEX

Principal Articles

Adventure of the Lion's Mane, Re-examination of the, J. W. HEDGPETHI, 227

Agriculture in the Matanuska Valley of Alaska, D. L. IRWIN, 203

Agriculture, The Marriage of Nutrition and, P. L. YATES, 221

Agriculture (Argentina's Agricultural Future), J. A. SHELLENBERGERa 257; (The River is the Plow), E. C. HIGBEE, 405

Alcohol Education in the Schools, A. ROE, 51 Andes, A Naturalist 's Glimpse of the, K. P. SCHMIDT,

335 Animals, Discrimination in Food Selection by, W.

A. ALBRECHT, 347 Argentina 's Agricultural Future, J. A. SHELLEN-

BERGER, 257 Artesian Water and Australia's Pastoral Industry,

J. E. COLLIER, 117 Astronomy (What Falls from Heaven), D. HOFFPLEIT,

30; (Our Revolving "Island Universes"), W. T. SKILLING, 108

Autonomy of Science, The, M. POLANYI, 141

Banksia, It Might Have Been, E. E. SNYDER, 464 Biology (How Biology Came to Knox College), J. G.

NEEDHAM, 365 Blood Factor, The Rh, H. H. STRANDSKOV, 451

-Cartography, A. K. LOBECK, 417 Cause Must Have Had Eyes, F. B. SUMNER, 181 Challenge of Scientific Russian, J. CHAITKIN, 301 Character of Mathematies, The, H. L. DoRwART, 177 Charles Franklin Kettering, T. A. BOYD, 85 Chemistry, Thomas Jefferson anld Agricultural, C. A.

BROWNE, 55 Chinese, Livestock in the Lives of the, R. W. PHIL-

LIPS, 269 Corridors into Germany, G. TAYLOR, 353 Cultural Relations, Shadow and Substance in, G. C.

VAILLANT 373

Democracy, The Transplantation of, A. G. KELLER, 165

Disinfection, Sanitary Ventilation by Radiant, W. F. WELLS, 325

Education, Alcohol, in the Schools, A. ROE, 51

Education, Liberal, and the Study of Government, L. W. LANCASTEa, 388

Electroinies J. MILLS, 459 Employment Adjustment, A Look at Postwar, F. H.

KIRaPATRICK, 254 Entomology (The National Pest Control Associa-

tion), J. J. DAVIS, 151; (Some Insect Infants), A. PETERSON, 426

Ethicogenesis, C. D. LEAKE, 245 Ethnology (The Savage Seris of Sonora), E. H.

DAVIS and E. Y. DAWSON, 193, 261

FBI Laboratory in Wartime, J. E. HoovEnn, 18 Feline Fishermen, E. W. GUDGER, 89 Food Selection by Aniimals, Discrimination in, W. A.

ALBRECHT, 347 Forest and the Sea, The, M. BATES, 383 Fossil Plant Miniatures of Mazon Creek, R. E.

JANSSEN 187

Geography (The Ruhr), C. D. HARRIs, 25 Geology (Neptune's Racetracks), C. W. COOKE, 286 Geometry and Experience, N. A. COURT, 63 Germany, Corridors into, G. TAYLOR, 353 Good Water and Human Longevity, W. S. MAHLIE,

455 Government, Liberal Education and the Study of,

L. W. LANCASTER, 388

Impending Scarcity of Scientific Personnel, The, M. H. TRYTTEN, 3 7

India, Scientific and Industrial Research in, V. S. SWAMINATHAN, 307

Insect Infants, Some, A. PETERSON, 426 It Might Have Been Banksia, E. E. SNYDER, 464

Jefferson, Thomas, and Agricultural Chemistry, C. A. BROWNE, 55

Kettering, Charles Franklin, T. A. BoYD, 85 Knox College, How Biology Came to, J. G. NEm-

H1AM, 365

Laboratory, FBI, in Wartime, J. E. HoovER, 18 Livestock in -the Lives of the Chinese, R. W. Pnri-

LIPS, 269

Marine Laboratory, The Story of a, W. A. HILTON, 213

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484 THE SCIENTIFIC MONTHLY

Matanuska Valley of Alaska, Agriculture in the, D L. IRWIN, 203

Mathematics, The Character of, H. L. DORWART, 17, Metallurgy and the War, Z. JEFFRIES, 67

Natural History (The Most Hospitable Tree), A. F SKUTCH, 5; (Wildlife Zones across Central Cali fornia), W. T. SHAW, 97

Naturalist Is Glimpse of the Andes, A, K. P. SCEIIIDT 335

Nature of Viruses, The, F. C. BAWDEN, 48 Neptune Is Racetracks, C. W. COOKE, 286 Nutrition and Agriculture, The Marriage of, P. L

YATES, 221 Nutrition, The Problems We Face in, F. G. Bou

DREAU, 443

Opinion Poll for Young People, The Purdue, H. H REMMERS, 292

Pest Control Association, The National, J. J. DAVIS, 151

Physics (Quantitative Science without Measure. ment), C. B. BOYER, 358

Plant Miniatures of Mazon Creek, Fossil, R. E JANSSEN, 187

Postwar Problems, The Scientists', H. GRUNDPEST, 130

Problems We Face in Nutrition, The, F. G. Bou- DREAU, 443

Quantitative Science without Measurement, C. B. BOYER, 358

Re-examination of the Adventure of the Lion's Mane, J. W. HEDGPETH, 227

Rh Blood Factor, The, H. H. STRANDSKOV, 451 River is the Plow, The, E. C. HIGBEE, 405 Ruhr, The, C. D. HARRIS, 25 Russian, The Challenge of Scientific, J. CHAITKIN

301

Sanitary Ventilation by Radiant Disinfection, W. F. WELLS, 325

Science, The Autonomy of, M. POLANYI, 141 Scientific and Industrial Research in India, V. S.

SWAMINATIHAN, 307 Scientific Personnel, The Impending Scarcity of, M.

H. TRYTTEN, 37 Scientists' Postwar Problems, The, H. GRUNDPEST,

130 Sea, The Forest and the, M. BATES, 383 Seris, The Savage, of Sonora, E. H. DAVIS and E. Y.

DAWSON, 193, 261 Shadow and Substance in Cultural Relations, G. C.

VAILLANT, 373 Story of a Marine Laboratory, The, W. A. HILTON,

213

Thoreau's Science, R. ADAMS, 379 Transplantation of Democracy, A. G. KELLER, 165 Tree, The Most Hospitable, A. F. SKUTcIi, 5

Universe, Our Revolving Island, W. T. SKILLING, 108

Ventilation, Sanitary, by Radiant Disinfection, W. F. WELLS, 325

Viruses, The Nature of, F. C. BAWDEN, 48

Water, Good, and Human Longevity, W. S. MAHLIE, 455

What Falls from Heaven, D. HOFFLEIT7 30 Wildlife Zones across Central California, W. T.

SHAW, 97

Science on the March Aircraft from the Sea, A. M. Low, 73 American Physical Society, The New Divijsion of

High-Polymer Physics of the, W. J. LYONS, 71 Antarctic, Research in the, N. A. MACKINTOSH, 154 Astronomy (Dimout Reveals Secrets of the Nebulous

Andromeda), H. T. STETSON, 313

Biological Decay, The Protection of Textiles against, H. J. BUNKER, 471

Early Texan, An, F. H. H. ROBERTS, JR., 392 Ecological Aspects of Population Biology, T. PARK,

311

Growth Regulators in Plants, B. S. MEYER, 468

Hybrid Vegetable Seed, H. B. TUKEY, 391

Indian Reliet Area, An, S. W. BROMLEY, 153

Mathematics, Perennial, H. L. DORWART, 72 Mica, War Minerals-, A. BEVAN, 393

Nebulous Andromeda, Dimout Reveals Secrets of the, H. T. STET8ON, 313

Perennial Matheematics, H. L. DORWART, 72 Physics, High-Polymer, The New Division of, of the

American Physical Society, W. J. LYONS, 71 Plants, Growth Regulators in, B. S. MEYER, 468 Population Biology, Ecological Aspects of, T. PARK,

311 Production, Milk and Egg, Thyroprotein for In-

creased, C. W. TURNER and E. P. REINEKE? 233 Protection of Textiles against Biological Decay, The,

H. J. BUNKER, 471

Research in the Antarctic, N. A. MACKINTOSH, 154

Science and Tuberculosis, T. S. POTTER, 467 Sea, Aircraft from the, A. M. Low, 73

Texan, An Early, F. H. H. ROBERTS, JR., 392 Thyroprotein for Increased Milk and Egg Produc-

tion, C. W. TURNER and E. P. REINEKE, 233 Tuberculosis, Science and, T. S. POTTER, 467

Vegetable Seed, Hybrid, H. B. TUKEY, 391

War Minerals-Mica, A. BEVAN, 393

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