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Crystallographical and Mineralogical Soc. of Amer.,

CUNNINGHAM, B., North Carolina Academy of Sci-

ence, 262

Carnegie, Andrew, Will of, 228; Institution of

Washington, R. S. WOODWARD, 529
Carotinoids as Fat-soluble Vitamine, L. 8. PALMER,

CATTELL, J. McK., Third Edition of American Men

of Science, 90
Ceramic, Soc., Amer., 300; Industry, Research in,

Cereals, Foot-rot of, B. F. DANA, 484
Chambérlin, Professor, Dinner in Honor of, 368
Chandler, A. C., Animal Parasites and Human Dis-

ease, H. B. WARD, 593
Charcoal Activation, H. H. SHELDON, 568
Chart of Organic Chemistry, Aromatic Series, A.

Lowy, 93
Chemical, Soc., Amer., C. L. PARSONS, 505, 572,
595; Buffalo Meeting, 24, 48; Philadelphia Meet-
ing, 62, 205, 282, 298, 421, 441, 464, 547, 572,
577; Address of President, 217; Conference,
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cent, H. P. TALBOT, 253; and Physical Constants,
390; Lectures, 562; Texts for Libraries, W. A.

HAMOR, 569
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tional Union of Pure and Applied, E. W. WASH

BURN, 319
Cheshire, R. W., T. Smith, Small Telescope Objec-

tives, H. S. WHITE, 437
CHILD,'C. M., A. W. BELLAMY, Physiological Iso-

lation in Plants, 362
Chinese Lamp in Yucatan Mound, E. S. MORSE, 276
Cicada, Fungus Parasite of, A, T. SPEARE, 116
Civil Service Examinations, 495
CLARK, H., Acoustic Effects of Wires, 526
CLARK, H. L., Starfishes of the Philippines, W. K.

Fisher, 348
Clarke, C. R., Boys' Book of Chemistry, H. P. TAL-

BOT, 91
CLARKE, J. M., Elephant with Four Tusks, 395;

Death of Lady Allardyce, 585
CLEVENGER, G. H., Division of Engineering, Na.

tional Research Council, 58
Coal Shortage in Europe, 60
COCKERELL, T. D. A., Scales of the Jordania, 569
COLE, E, C., Device for Illustrating Osmosis, 542
COLE, F. N., Amer. Math. Soc., 487
COLE, L. J., J. MEGEATH, Somatic Variation, 525
College and Industry, Cooperation between, R. H.

BOGUE, 425
CONRAD, 'W. A., Auroral Displays, 186
Constants and Variables, J. R. DE LA J. BUENO, 593
Coordination of Scientific Efforts, H. H. WHETZEL,

COPE, A. A., Photographing Colonies of Bacteria,

Corn, White versus Yellow, H. STEENBOCK, 352
Cornell University Medical College, 367
Cosmical Energy, A Possible Source of, I. W. D.

HACKH, 252
COVILLE, F. V., Extinction of Box Huckleberry, 30
Cowles, Edward, G. S. HALL, 132
CREW, H., Problem of the Boy in the Swing, 139
CROMMELIN, A. C. D., Solar Eclipse of May 29,

Cronium in Helium from Natural Gas, H. P. CADY,

H. McK. ELSEY, 71
Crop Inspection, Official, H. L. BOLLEY, 193

DALLENBACH, K. M., Snow-Rollers, 371
DANA, B. F., Foot-rot of Cereals, 484
Danne, Jacques, G. L. WENDT, 340
DAVENPORT, E., Cyril G. Hopkins, 387
DAVIS, T, L., Nature of Velocity,'338
Davis, W. M., A Wall-side Mirage, 372
Davis, Walter Gould, R. DeC. WARD, 11
Deflection of Light by Gravitation, 478
DICKINSON, J., Aurora at Burlington, Vt., 230
DICKSON, J. G., J. P. BENNETT, Bourdillon Water

Still, 397
Diener, The Poor, E. R. L., 43
Digestibility of Branny Coats of Wheat, C. H.

Dinosaur, Ornithomimid, in Maryland, C. W. Gil-

MORE, 394
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138, 162, 183, 209, 229, 252, 275, 304, 327, 346,
371, 393, 411, 435, 458, 481, 501, 524, 542, 568,

DOLLEY, D. H., F. V. GUTHRIE, Nerve Cell Pig.

ments, 190
DUBLIN, L. I. ,Vital Statistics, G. C. Whipple, 187
Dublin, 'L. I., Mortality Statistics of Insured Wage

Earners, E. P. Boas, 278
DURRELL, 'L. W., Leptosphaeria Tritici of Wheat,


Lean Beef ,184
Dye Industries, 366


EARLE, R., Chemistry in the Navy, 298
Earth,' Tides, Report of Committee on, A. A.

258; Rigidity of, A. A. MICHELSON, H. G. GALE,

Edwards, Vinal N., H. C. BUMPUS, 34
EHRENFELD, F., Auroral Displays, 185
EIGENMANN, C. H., Irwin Expedition, 100; and R.

S., Steindachneridion, 525
Electric Engineering, Cooperative Course in, 367
Electrolytes and Colloids, J. LOEB, 439
Elephant with Four Tusks, J. M. CLARKE, 395
Elephants, Destruction in Cape Colony, 154
Elizabeth Thompson Science Fund, 521
ELSEY, H. McK., H. P. CADY, Cronium in Helium

from Natural Gas, 71
EMERSON, F. V., Clays of Port Hudson, La., 460
EMERTON, J. H., New England Federation of Nat-

ural History Societies, 272
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War, C. A. PARSONS, 333, 355, 383
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KELLOGG, 346 Fisher, W. K., Starfishes of the Philippines, H. L.

CLARK, 348 Fishes and Latitude, A. G. HUNTSMAN, 592 FLEXNER, S., Epidemiology and Epidemics, 313 Flour, War, H. SNYDER, 130 Free-martin, Tandler and Keller on the, F. R.

LILLIE, 183 French Population, Changes in, 431 Fresh Water Medusa, C. W. HARGITT, 413 Frick's Bequests, 539 Fruit Fungi in the Chicago Market, H. E. TURLEY,

375 FULCHER, G. S., Disruption of Atoms, 582 FULLER, G. W., Sewage Disposal, L. Þ. Kinnicutt,


History of Science, and the Amer. Assoc. for Adv.

of Sci., F. E. BRÁsch, 66; New Activities in the, L. C. KARPINSKI, 213; and the Amer. Hist. Asso.,

E. J. BENTON, 478 Homozygous and Heterozygous, Substitutes for the

Words, F. J. KELLEY, 458 Hopkins, Cyril G., E. DAVENPORT, 387 Hospital, American, for Great Britain, 155 HOWARD, L. O., Committee on Policy, Amer. Assoc.

for Adv. of Sci., 487; Konchagaku Hanron

Jokwan, T. Miyaké, 527
Huntington, E., World-power and Evolution, C.

HUNTSMAN, A. G., Fishes and Latitude, 592
HYDE, J., Fire-walking in Japan, 162

Importation, Duty-free, C. H. Ash, 55
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277; Research in Small Establishments, M. E.

LEEDS, 445 Influenzá, Epidemic, C. C. GROVE, 271; Investiga

tions on, 313, 520 Insect Transmission of Disease, W. D. PIERCE, 125 Interaction of Gravitating and Radiant Forces, C.

BARUS, 279 International, Research Council, Brussels Meeting,

226; Science and the War, 453 Inversion,' The Term, J. B. FERGUSON, 544 Investigator and his Problem, C. ZELENY, 175 Iowa Academy of Science, J. 'H. LEES, 72 Irwin Expedition, C. H. EIGENMANN, 100 Isolation, Physiological, in Plants, A. W. BELLAMY,

C. M. CHILD, 362

GAGER, C. S., Reconstructing Botanical Education,

263 GALE, H. G., A. A. MICHELSON, Rigidity of the

Earth, 327 Galton Laboratory, 226 Game Conservation in Canada, 133 GARRISON, F. H., Dr. Abraham Jacobi, 102; The

Osler Presentation, 244 Gas, Natural, Industry, 388 Geological Society, Southwestern, 477 Geologists, Loss of, by National Survey, 585 Geophysical Union, Proposed International, H. O.

WOOD, 233; Organization of Amer. Sect., H. O.

WOOD, 255 Geophysics at the Brussels Meetings, L. A. BAUER,

399 GILMORE, C. W., Ornithomimid Dinosaur in Mary.

land, 394 Godman, Frederick du Cane, Memorial to, 204 GRABAU, A. W., Cretaceous Silicispongiae, M.

O'Connell, 231 Gravitation and Uranium Lead, A. BULL, 69 GRAY, A., Physics and Scientific Education, 377 GRIFFITH, C. R., Instinctive Behavior in the White

Rat, 166 Grove C. C., Influenza Epidemic, 271 GUDGER, E. W., Synchronous Flashing of Fire

flies, 188 GUTHRIE, F. V., D. H. DOLLEY, Nerve Cell Pig

ments, 190

Jacobi, Dr. Abraham, F. H. GARRISON, 102
James Watt Centenary, 271
Jellicoe, Admiral, The Grand Fleet, A. M., 21
JONES, A, T., “Working up” in a Swing, 20
JONES, L. R., E. F. SMITH, C. S. REDDY, Black

Chaff of Wheat, 48

Hacki, I. W. D., A Possible Source of Cosmical

Energy, 252 HALE, G. E., Responsibilities of the Scientist, 143 HALL, G. S., Edward Cowles, 132 HALL, W. T., Valence of Nitrogen in Nitrous Ox

ide, 209 HAMOR, W. A., Chemical Texts for Libraries, 569 HANSEN, R., Nodule Organisms of the Leguminosae,

568 HARGITT, C. W., Fresh Water Medusa, 413 HARKINS, W. D., Building of Atoms, 577 HARRINGTON, G. T., Germinating Freshly Harvested

Winter Wheat, 528 HARROW, B., Emil Fischer, 150 Harveian Festival of Royal College of Physicians

of London, 526 HATHAWAY, A. S., Discovery of Calculus, 41 HAYES, E., Significance of Declining Birth-rate, 533

K., G. F., Dolomieu sur la minéralogie du Dau

phiné, A. Lacroix, 373 KARAPETOFF, V., “Working up” in a Swing, 70 KARRER, E., 17-year Locust Population, 211 KARPINSKI, L. Č., New Activities in the History of

Science, 213 Keith, A., Menders of the Maimed, T. W. TODD, 307 KELLEY, F. J., Substitutes for the Words Homozy

gous and Heterozygous, 458 KELLOGG, V., Births and Deaths in Civil Popula

tion of France during War, 304; Emil Fischer

after the War, 346 Kentucky Academy of Science, A. M. PETER, 95 KEYES, C., Orogenics of the Great Basin, 413 Kinnicutt, L. P., Sewage Disposal, G. W. FULLER,

71 KLOPSTEG, P. E., “Working up” in a Swing, 70;

Courses in Physical Measurements for Students

of Chemistry, 199 KNOWLTON, A. A., An Unusual Mirage, 328 KRECKER, F. H., Limicolous Oligochaeta for Labor

atory Úse, 89 KUNKEL, B.'W., Instinctive Behavior in the White

Rat, 305

L., E. R., The Poor Diener, 43

Labor, American Federation of, and Scientific Re

search, 15; and Science, 230 Laboratory Instruction in Chemistry, A. A.

BLANCHARD, 112 Lacroix, A., Dolomieu sur la Minéralogie du Dau

phiné, G. F. K., 373 LAMBERT, A., Medicine a Factor in War, 8 Lane Medical Lectures, 367 LA RUE, C. D., Monkeys as Coconut Pickers, 187 Leather from Aquatic Animals, 389 LEE, A., Field Sanitation in China, 435 LEEDS, M. E., Industrial Research in Small Estab

lishments, 445 LEES, J. H., Iowa Academy of Science, 72 LEFEVRE, G., Introductory Course in Zoology, 429 Leguminosae, Nodule Organisms of the, R. HAN

SEN, 568 Library, American, Association, Agricultural Sec

tion, E. R. OBERLY, 167 LILLIE, F. R., Tandler and Keller on the Free

martin, 183 LILLIE, R. S., Surface Films in Passive Metals and

in Protoplasm, 259, 416 Limicolous Oligochaeta for Laboratory Use, F. H.

KRECKLER, 89 Lister Institute, 35 Locust, 17-year, Population, E. KARRER, 211 LOEB, ., Electrolytes and Colloids, 439' LOEB, L., Wound Healing in Experimental Tissue,

502 LOWY, A., Chart of Organic Chemistry, Aromatic

Series, 93 LUSK, G., National Laboratory of Human Nutri.

tion, 97; A Medical School, in the War and after,

403 LYMAN, T., Helium Series in the Ultra-violet, 481 M., A., The Grand Fleet, Admiral Jellicoe, 21 Marching in Step, W. WEAVER, 162 McAdie, A., G. P. PAYNE, Uniformity in Symbols,

411 MOCULLOCH, L., E. F. SMITH, Bacterium Solana

cearum in Beans, 238 Math. Soc., Amer., E. J. MOULTON, 353; F. N.

COLE, 481 MAURY, C. J., New Miocene Formational Names,

591 Medal, Distinguished Service, 86; of the Royal Geographical Society, 135; The Mary Clark

Thompson, 272; Willard Gibbs, 325; Elliot, 473 Medical, Foundation for New York City, 61; Edu

cation and Practise in China, 246; Welsh National School, 299; Education in the United States, 323; School, in the War and after, G.

LUSK, 403; School of Vanderbilt University, 521 Medicine a Factor in War, A. LAMBERT, 8 MEGEATH, J., L. J. COLE, Somatic Variation, 525 MELHUS, I. E., L. L, RHODES, Seed-borne Diseases

of Grain, 21 MERRILL, G. P., Cumberland Falls Meteorite, 90 METCALF, M. M., Metcalf and Bell upon Sapidae, 19 Meteorité, Cumberland Falls, G. P. MERRILL, 90 Meteorological Soc., Amer., Organization of, C. F.

BROOKS, 180, 546 Meteorology, Notes on, C. F. BROOKS, 91, 164, 350,

374, 483 MICHELSON, A. A., F. R. MOULTON, T. C. CHAM

BERLIN, Report of Committee on Earth Tides, 258; H. G. GALE, Rigidity of the Earth, 327

MEYER, A. W., Preservation of Cadavers, 570 MILLER, D. C., Amer. Physical Soc., and Amer.

Inst. of Elec. Engineers, 342; Chicago Meeting,

477 MILLER, G. A., Teaching of Science from Histor

ical Point of View, 489 MILLIKAN, R. A., R. A. SAWYER, Ultra-violet Spee

trum, 138; New Opportunity in Science, 285 Mineral Production of the United States in 1918,

246 Mirage, An Unusual, A. A. KNOWLTON, 328; A

Wall-side, W. M. DAVIS, 372 Miyaké, T.Konchagaku Hanron Jôkwan, L. 0.

HOWARD, 527 Mobilization, Scientific, in Italy, G. ABETTI, 169 Monkeys as 'Coconut Pickers, 187 MOODIE, R. L., Mammals of Porto Rico, H. E.

Anthony, 91; Evolution of the Earth, J. Barrell

and others, 140; Opisthotonos, 275 MORSE, E. S., Chinese Lamp in Yucatan Mound, 276 Morse, E. S., Living Lamellibranchs, F. N. BALCH,

415 Motion of a Gravitating Needle, C. BARUS, 214 MOULTON, E. J., Amer. Math. Soc., 353 Names, New Miocene Formational, C. J. MAURY,

591 National, Research, Fellowships, 15; Council, G.

H. CLEVENGER, 58; Nutrition Committee, 156; Department of Health, 106; Academy of Scie nces, New Haven Meeting, 486; Henry Draper

Committee, 538; Committee on Mathematics, 562 Natural History Societies, New England Federa

tion of, J. H. EMERTON, 272 Naturalists, Amer. Soc. of, 324 Naturalist's Place in his Community, W. E. ALLEN,

448 Nature Study, Vacation, 389 Neal, H. V., Sect. of Zool. Amer. Assoc. Adv. of

Sci., 478 Nerve Cell Pigments, D. H. DOLLEY, F. V. GUTHRIE,

190 New York, Aquarium, Collecting Boat for, C. H.

TOWNSEND, 134; Botanical Garden, 455 Nichols, Professor Edward L., Retirement of, 269 NICHOLS, G. E., Biology Course in American Col

leges, 509 NICHOLS, J. T., Turtles of New England, H. L.

Babcock, 115 NICHOLS, W. H., Research and Application, 217 NIPHER, F. E., Variations in Electrical Potential of

the Earth, 23 North Carolina Academy of Science, B. CUNNING

HAM, 262 North Pacific Ocean, Exploration of, W. E. RITTER,

119 Not Ten but Twelve, W. B. SMITH, 239 Nunn, R., Tennessee Academy of Science, 594 Nutrition, Human, National Laboratory of, G.

LUSK, 97; Committee of National Research Council, 156; National Institute of, H. P.

ARMSBY, 242, Problems of Food and, 520 OBERHOLSER, H. C., North American Diving Birds,

A. C. Bent, 329 OBERLY, E. 'R., American Library Association,

Agricultural Section, 167 O'Connell, M., Cretaceous Silicispongiæ, A. W.


Ohio Academy of Science, E. L. RICE, 117
Opisthotonos, R. L. MOODIE, 275
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408 Orogenics of the Great Basin, C. KEYES, 413 OSBORN, H., B. and Cooperation between Govern

ment' and Laboratory Zoologists, 27 Osler Presentation, F. H. GARRISON, 244 Osmosis, Device for Illustrating, E. C. COLE, 542

RICHTMYER, F. K., Sigma Xi and the Future, 75
RIGGE, W. F., Auroral Displays, 347
RITTER, W. É., Problems of Population of North

Pacific Area, 119
ROBERTS, H. F., Agricultural Botany, 549
Rockefeller, Institute of Medical Research, 107,

455; and the War, 273; Foundation, 328; and

National Research Council, 134 ROMBERG, A., A Practical Long-period Seismograph,

141 ROWELL, C. H., The Press, the Public and the In

vestigator, 146 RUSSELL, B.Patent Reforms, 202 RUTHERFORD, E., Atomic Projectiles and their Col.

lisions with Light Atoms, 267

Paleobotany, in Great Britain, A. C. SEWARD. 43:

Needs of, 'G. R. WIELAND, 68 PALMER, L. 8., Carotinoids as Fat-soluble Vitamine,

501 PALMER, T. 8., American Ornithologists' Union, 408 Paraffine, Imbedding in, L. H. SCHATZ, 436 Parker, G. H., Elementary Nervous System, H. B.

TORREY, 163 PARSONS, C. L., Engineering Science and the War,

333, 355, 383; Amer. Chem. Soc., Buffalo Meet ing, 24, 48; Philadelphia Meeting, 62, 205, 282,

421, 446, 464, 505, 547, 572, 575, 595 Patent Reforms, B. RUSSELL, 202 PAYNE, G. P., Á. MCADIE, Uniformity in Symbols,

411 PEARL, R., An Appeal, 524 PETER, A. M., Kentucky Academy of Science, 95 Physical, Measurements, Courses in, for Students

of Chemistry, P. E. KLOPSTEG, 199; Soc. Amer., and Amer. Inst. of Elec. Engineers, D. C.

MILLER, 342; Chicago Meeting, D. C. MILLER, Physics and Scientific Education, A. GRAY, 377 PIERCE, W. D., Insect Transmission of Disease, 125 PERSON, E. M., R. A. DUTCHER, A. BIESTER, Raw

Lean Beef, 184 Popular Science at University of California, 324 Port Hudson, La., Clays of, F. V. EMERSON, 460 Patato Disease Conference, 227 PRICE, W. A., Snow Doughnuts, 591 Priestley, Joseph, House of, 495 Public, The Press and the Investigator, C. H.

ROWELL, 146; Ruin in New Mexico, 431" Quotations, 115, 230, 277, 306, 328, 347, 372, 396,

436, 460, 526


Salaries at Yale, 496
Salpidae, Metcalf and Bell on, M. M. METCALF, 19
Sand Dunes, Conservation of, 405
Sanitation, in China, A. LEE, 435
Scales of the Jordania, T. D. A. COCKERELL, 569
SCHAFFNER, J. H., Reversal of Sex in Hemp, 311;

Snow-Rollers, 371
SCHATZ, L. H., Imbedding in Paraffine, 436
SCHUCHERT, C., World-Power and Evolution, E.

Huntington, 211 Science, New Opportunity in, R. A. MILLIKAN,

285; and the Army, 306; and the Press, 347; Teaching of, from Historical Point of View, G. A. MILLER, 489; and Industry in New Zealand, 537 Scientific, Events, 13, 35, 60, 84, 104, 133, 154, 179,

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RHODES, 21 Seismograph, A Practical Long-period, A. Rom

BERG, 141 SEWARD, A. C., Paleobotany in Great Britain, 43 Sex, Reversal of, in Hemp, J. H. SCHAFFNER, 311 SHELDON, H. H., Charcoal Activation, 568 Shell-shock in the Battle of Marathon, D. A.

WORCESTER, 230 Sigma Si, at Syracuse University, 36; and the Fu

ture, F. K. RICHTMYER, 75; Address to, 175,

549 Singing Sands of Lake Michigan, W. D. RICHARD

SON, 493 SMITH, E. F., L. R. JONES, C. S. REDDY, Black Chaff

of Wheat, 48; L. MOCULLOCH, Bacterium Sola

nacearum in Beans, 238 SMITH, H. M., Cooperation between Government

and Laboratory Zoologists, 1 Smith, T., and R. W. Cheshire, Small Telescope Ob

jectives, H. S. WHITE, 437 SMITH, W. B., Not Ten but Twelve, 239 Snow,-Rollers, L. E. WOODMAN, 210; B. F. YAN.


M. DALLENBACH, 371; W. A. PRICE, 591 SNYDER, H., War Flour, 130

Railway Fares, Reduced, 586
Rainbow, An Unusual Form of, H. M. REESE, 542
Ramsay Memorial, 107
RANSOM, B. H., Cooperation between Government

and Laboratory Zoologists, 27
RAPP, C. W., Bean Seed and Blight, 568
Recompense of Scientific Workers, 460
Red Cross, and Professor Richard P. Strong, 343;

Societies, League of, 454 REDDY, C. '8., L. R. JONES, E. F. SMITH, Black

Chaff of Wheat, 48 REESE, H. M., An Unusual Form of Rainbow, 542 Research, and Application, W. H. NICHOLS, 217;

in England, Organization of, 299; Scientific and

Industrial, in England, 436 RHODES, L. L., I. E. MELHUS, Seed-borne Diseases

of Grain, 21 RICE, E. L., Ohio Academy of Science, 117 RICHARDSON, W. D., Singing Sands of Lake Michi

gan, 493

344, 370, 393, 411, 434, 458, 480, 500, 524, 541, 567, 590

Valence of Nitrogen in Nitrous Oxide, W. T.

HALL, 209 Van NAME, W. G., Zoological Aims and Oppor

tunities, 81 Variations in Electrical Potential of the Earth, F.

Velocity, Nature of, T. L. DAVIS, 338
Visibility of Bright Lines, L. BELL, 331
Volcanic Eruption in Java, 13

Societies and Academies, 262; Iowa Acad, 72;

Anthrop. Soc., 84; Ky. Acad., 95; Meteorol. Soc., 180, 546; Chem. Soc., 24, 48, 62, 205, 217, 247, 253 282, 298, 390, 421, 441, 464, 505, 536, 547; N. C. Acad., 265; Nat. Hist. Societies, 272; Ceramic Soc., 300; Soc. of Naturalists, 324; Physical Soc., 342, 477; Math. Soc., 353, 487; Address before Astron. Soc., Math. Soc. and Math. Ass., 399; Crystal. and Miner. Soc., 497; Soc. of Zoologists, 497; Astron. Soc., 507; at St.

Louis, 536; Tenn. Acad., 594 Solar Eclipse of May 29, A. C. D. CROMMELIN, 518 Somatic Variation, L. J. COLE, J. MEGEATH, 525 SPARROW, C. M., Double Use of the Term Accelera

tion, 482 SPEARE, A. T., Fungus Parasite of the Cicada, 116 Special Articles, 23, 48, 71, 93, 116, 141, 166, 190,

214, 238, 259, 279, 311, 331, 352, 375, 397, 416, 439, 461, 484, 502, 528, 544, 570' STARR, I., JR., Undergraduate Research in Medical

Schools, 308 State, Academies of Science, D. D. WHITNEY, 517;

Parks and Iowa Policy, 406 STEBBINS, J., Amer. Astron. Soc., 507; Grants for

Research of Amer. Assoc. for Adv. of Sci., 559 STEENBOCK, H., White Corn versus Yellow Corn,

352 Steindachneridion, C. H., and R. S. EIGENMANN,

525 Surgeons and Physicians, Congress of, American,

President's Address, 313; Matters of Scientific

Interest in, 407; of Surgeons, American, 432 Surface Films in Passive Metals and in Protoplasm,

R. S. LILLIE, 259, 416 Swing, “Working up” in a, A. T. JONES, 20; V.

KARAPETOFF, P. E. KLOPSTEG, 70; Problem of

the Boy in the, H. CREW, 139 Symposium before Zool. Soc., 1, 4, 27, 29; Bot. Soc.

and Phytopath. Soc., 51

WALDRON, C. B., Auroral Display, 347
WARD, H. B., Cooperation between Government and

Laboratory Zoologists, 1; Animal Parasites and

Human Disease, A. C. Chandler, 593 WARD, R. DEC., Walter Gould Davis, 11; Meteorol

ogy and the Trans-Atlantic Flight, 114 WASHBURN, E. W., International Union of Pure

and Applied Chemistry, 319 Watt Centenary, 60 WEAVER, W., Marching in Step, 162 WELD, L. D., Weights in Original Observations, 461 WENDT, G. L., Jacques Danne, 340 Wheat,'Black Chaff of, E. F.'SMITH, L. R. JONES,

C. S. REDDY, 48; Leptosphaeria Tritici of, L. W. DURRELL, 252; Branny Coats of, 427; Winter,

G. T. HARRINGTON, 538 WHETZEL, H. H., Coordination of Scientific Efforts,


TALBOT, H. P., Boys' Book of Chemistry, C. R.

Clarke, 91; A Survey of Recent Chemical Literature, 253 Talman, C. F., Snow-Rollers, 371 Tennessee Academy of Science, R. Nunn, 594 TODD, T. W., Menders of the Maimed, A. Keith, 307 TORREY, H. B., Elementary Nervous System, G, H.

Parker, 163 TOWNSEND, C. H., Collecting Boat for New York

Aquarium, 134 Trans-Atlantic Flight, Meteorological Aspects of,

Acts of, C. F. BROOKS, 91, 374; R. DEC. WARD, 114 Tropical Research Station in British Guiana, 37 TURLEY, H. E., Fruit Fungi in the Chicago Market,


Whipple, G. C., Vital Statistics, L. I. DUBLIN, 187 WHITE, H. S., Small Telescope Objectives, T. Smith,

R. W. Cheshire, 437 WHITNEY, D. D., State Academies of Science, 517 WIELAND, G. R., Needs of Paleobotany, 68 Winds, C. F. BROOKS, 483 Winter, of 1918-1919, C. F. BROOKS, 165; Wheat,

Germinating, Freshly Harvested, G. T. HARRING

TON, 528 WOOD, H. O., Proposed International Geophysical

Union, 233; Organization of American Section,

255 WOODMAN, L. E., A Snow Effect, 210 WOODWARD, R. S., Carnegie Institution of Wash

ington, 529 WORCESTER, D. A., Shell-shock in the Battle of

Marathon, 230 Wound Healing in Experimental Tissue, L. LOEB,

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