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    Cavalier [Volume 2 Number 4, June 1954] ed. Andrew Hecht (Fawcett Publications, Inc., 25¢, 80pp, cover by Lu Kimmel) [] (Full Text)
    Given as Cavalier for Men on the cover.
    Details supplied by Steve Scott.
    • 2 · The Beast in Khaki · Edward Ranzal · ts; “Sgt. Provoo was convicted of crimes never before charged to an American soldier”.
    • 6 · Solved: The Mystery of Butch Cassidy’s End · James D. Horan · ar; “What really happened to the famed Western outlaw after his flight to South America”.
    • 10 · We Were Caught in an Ice Trap · Dr. J. P. Moody · ts; “There was no mistake-the ice field was carrying us out to sea”.
    • 14 · Gadget Guns Mean Murder · Lucian Cary · ar; “These amazing weapons still rank high among the deadliest killers ever created”.
    • 18 · I Caught a Witch · Brian O’Brien · ts; illustrated by Barye Phillips; “The beautiful witch doctor was out to get me, so I got her first”.
    • 21 · Athletes Are Not So Tough · Eric Northrup · ar; “Some of sport’s supermen are pushovers for diseases an average guy could take in stride”.
    • 24 · Plain Mara Lane · [uncredited] · pi; “England’s answer to Marilyn Monroe has everything it takes”.
    • 26 · Case of the Courtroom Casanova · Alan Hynd · ts; illustrated by Ray Johnson; “The sexy lawyer had a special bag of tricks for female clients”.
    • 30 · The Great Snafu · Jay Haley · ss; illustrated by Hamilton Greene; “How it came about that the only ones who didn’t see the B-29 burn were the O.D. and the guards”.
    • 33 · Those Hot-Headed Steelheads · George Heinold · ar; “They’ll break your rod and your heart the second you get careless”.
    • 36 · Now: New Gasolines for Your Car · Sidney Margolius · ar; “Good news for you, your car and your wallet”.
    • 40 · The Smugglers Wore “Falsies” · Bob Carpenter · ar
    • 42 · …And Everybody’s Happy · [uncredited] · ct
    • 47 · You Can Build This Mobile TV Table · [uncredited] · ms
    • 48 · Way of a Wanton [Shell Scott] · Richard S. Prather · n. Fawcett Gold Medal, 1952





    Cavalier [Vol. 3, No. 19, January 1955] ed. James B. O’Connell (Fawcett Publications, Inc., 25¢, 96pp, cover by John Pike) []
    Details supplied by Steve Scott.
    • 2 · You Said It! · [The Readers] · lc
    • 4 · Human Submarine Escapes · Bob Deindorfer · ts; “A homemade snorkel, a frogman’s suit and a brave man beat the Communist police.”
    • 8 · America’s Fightingest Private · General Victor Gordon · ts; illustrated by Gurney Miller; “Sammie Dreben looked like a comedian and fought like a maddened tiger.”
    • 10 · Beware the Shyster Car Dealer · Dick Reddy · ar; illustrated by Steve Duquette; “An ex-salesman reveals the tricks being used to get your new car dollar.”
    • 12 · “Rottenest Town in the U.S.” · Bob Markel · ar; “An inside report on Phenix City, Alabama”.
    • 15 · Man on the Jump · Bob Wendlinger · ar; “Bridges, suicides and Bob Wendlinger make up a formula for great pictures.”
    • 16 · Tigre Kill · Earle Proctor · ts; “Even the hunters didn’t expect to come back.”
    • 18 · “Don’t Let It Out or They’ll Kill” · Bernard Taper · ar; “The newspapers and police sat on the biggest, best-kept secret in history.”
    • 20 · Photographers’ Dream · [uncredited] · pi; “Anita Eckberg, beautiful from any angle.”
    • 24 · Trial by Ice · A. B. C. Whipple · ex from Yankee Whalers in the South Seas, Doubleday Doran, 1954; illustrated by John Floherty, Jr.; “Fred Tilton didn’t even want company across the 1700-mile stretch of frozen hell.”
    • 28 · We Tunneled a Hell Hole · Ray Davis · ar; “Some men died; others got the bends so bad they envied the dead; still we kept on.”
    • 31 · Rescue in Darkness · B. A. Bailey · ts; “It happened in Mississippi”.
    • 32 · I Fought a MIG with a Chopper · Capt. Richard Swenson, USAF · ts; illustrated by Ken Fagg; “The Russki jet was out to shoot us down or smash us into the Austrian Alps.”
    • 34 · The Horse Runs Wild · Edwin V. Burkholder · ar; “Wisconsin’s Alan Ameche has been called the greatest fullback since Nagurski.”
    • 37 · Cover Story: Sea Ghosts · Jonathan Leff · ar
    • 38 · Cavalier of the Month: Al Capp · [uncredited] · bg [Ref. Al Capp]; “Lil Abner’s creator wields an ink-stained rapier.”
    • 65 · …And Be My Love · Ledru Baker, Jr. · n. Gold Medal Books, 1951


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