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Torpedoing the Enemy's Trenches as a Preliminary to Infantry Attack

[article on a land-based drone, wire-guided]

The Great Emergency, Personal Names in the Newspapers, and more

"The 12 1/2-Minute Cafeteria"

How Rations Are Dealt Out to the Recruits at the Newport Naval Training Station

Making the Railroad Car Safer

The Eighth Award of the Scientific American Medal for Safety Devices

By Arthur H. Young

Strategic Moves of the War--May 3rd, 1917

Our Military Expert

Britain's Bid for the Control of the Air

How British Aircraft Production Has Kept Pace with the Demands of the War
"How Britain's women are "doing their bit' in the great war:  Women artisans at work in a British aircraft factory, undertaking successfully various kinds of carpentering"

By G. L. Faulkner

Great U-Boat Peril

By Hudson Maxim

A New Military Rifle, Bullet-Proof Armor, and more

By A. B. Bowers

A Pan-American University

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    Correspondence- May 12, 1917

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    New Books, Etc.- May 12, 1917

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    Inventions New and Interesting- May 12, 1917

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May 12, 1917Hunting for enemy submarines with a small scout dirigible (see page 470)

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