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CONTENT8 OF NOVEMBER NUMBER
The Scope and Importance to the State of the Science of National Eugenics : Professor Karl Pearson.
Peter Kalm's ' ' Travels ' ' : 8pencer Trotter.
A Trip around Ieeland : L. P. Gratacap.
Notes on the Development of Telephone Service: Fred DeLand.
The Institute of France and Some Learned Societies of Paris : Dr. Edward F. Williams.
Recent Views of the Origin of the Greek Temple: Dr. Alexander Chamberlain.
Fertility and Genius : Charles Kassel.
The Problem of Age, Growth and Death. Professor
Charles S. Minot.
The Progress of Science :
Mortality Statistics : The Growth of the State Uni- versities ; Scientific Items.
CONTENT8 OF DECEMBER NUMBER
Notes on Asiatic MuBeums. Professor Bashford Dean.
The Place of Linnseus in the History of Science. Professor Arthur O. Lovejoy.
The Problem of Age, Growth and Death. Professor Charles S. Minot.
The Radioactivity of Ordinary Substances. W. W. Strong.
The Influence of Diet on Endurance and General Efficiency. Professor Russell H. Chittenden.
Jean Louis Rudolphe Agassiz. Professor Edward S.
Morse. The Origin of Slavery Among Ants. Dr. William
A Trip Around Iceland : L. P. Gratacap.
The Progress of Scienee :
The Rise in Prices and the Salaries of Scientific Men ; The Nantucket Maria Mitchell Memorial ; Scientific Items.
Index to Volume LXXI.
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