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    Cavalier [Vol. 4, No. 41, November 1956] ed. James B. O’Connell (Fawcett Publications, Inc., 25¢, 100pp, cover by Frank McCarthy) []
    Details supplied by Steve Scott.
    • 4 · One for the Road · [Various] · hu
    • 6 · I Accuse! · Harvey Knox; as told to Al Stump · ar; “Football’s storm center tells why and how he blew lid off the game’s biggest scandal”.
    • 8 · Typee · Herman Melville · ex Wiley and Putnam, 1846; illustrated by Leo Summers
    • 12 · The Man Who Tackled New York’s Untouchable Killer · William J. Keating & Richard Carter · ts; “The explosive story of the man who wouldn’t listen to the big wheel’s order to ”lay off“”.
    • 16 · Brickbat Charlie and the Murderous Madam · James Reynolds · ar; illustrated by John Alan Maxwell; “There was only one town in the world that could hold this deadly duo”.
    • 18 · Call Me Killer · William W. Baldwin · ex; “The tough guy from Illinois who fought the Mau Mau in Africa tells his story”.
      from the forthcoming book Mau Mau Manhunt (E.P. Dutton, 1957).
    • 20 · One False Step and—Splat! · Bill Ballantine · ar [Ref. Harold Alzana]; “Why Harold Alzana is the most daring wire walker in circus history”.
    • 23 · He Claimed His Own Reward · Wayne D. Mote · ms
    • 24 · “The Best Fighter Pilot in the World” · Sandy Sanderson & Maartin Schiemer · ts; “His code: fly alone, shoot fast, don’t be afraid to die. His score: 158 Allied planes”.
    • 28 · My Last Great Buffalo Kill · James Willard Schultz · ts St. Nicholas July 1934, as “Last Years of the Buffalo”; illustrated by Hamilton Greene; “From nowhere they came—750,000 giant beasts—for the great blood bath of the plains”.
    • 32 · Brainstorming—It Can Make You Rich! Revealed! · Martin L. Gross · ar; “The secret weapon that brings success in big business”.
    • 35 · Danish Pastry · [uncredited] · pi; “Meet Greta Thyssen-dynamic and so-solid proof Copenhagen can produce the McCoy”.
    • 38 · Toughest Logger of Them All · Dan Dixon · ar; illustrated by Homer Page; “Walt Hyman is tops among the climbers who risk death with every swing of their axes”.
    • 42 · You Said It! · [The Readers] · lc


    Cavalier [Vol. 5, No. 44, February 1957] ed. James B. O’Connell (Fawcett Publications, Inc., 25¢, 100pp, cover by Barye Phillips) []
    Details supplied by Steve Scott.
    • 4 · Gags for Men Only · [Various] · hu
    • 6 · Cavalier of the Month—Roving Male · [uncredited] · bg [Ref. Robert Ruark]; “This roving male is a tradition-shatterer on many counts”.
    • 8 · You Said It! · [The Readers] · lc
    • 10 · One Guy Eyes ’57 · [The Editor] · ed
    • 12 · America’s Most Daring Counterspy · Andrew Hecht · ar; “How one daring American’s courage trapped every German spy in America”.
    • 16 · The Frolics of the Unholy Roller · Archie McFedries · ts; illustrated by Harry Schaare; “The man only needed one invitation to get the evangelist and her daughter in trouble”.
    • 18 · My Leopard Had Two Lives · Edison Marshall · ex from The Heart of the Hunter, McGraw-Hill, 1956; revised. “Killing the huge cat was one thing. Now came the most dangerous moment”.
    • 20 · Dogpatch Sex Trap · [uncredited] · pi; “Meet Tina Louise who had to be a lot of girls for her Appassionata van Climax role”.
    • 22 · My Most Dangerous Adventure · Peter Freuchen · ts; “The star of the $64,000 Question tells about the ingenious escape that cost him his leg”.
    • 24 · Jinx Jet · Frank Harvey · ss; illustrated by William George; “It had already cost him his best friend and his fiancee. Now it wanted his life”.
    • 26 · Climb to the Clouds · Erwin Lessner · ar; “The world’s first mountain race for cars saw every record tumble”.
    • 28 · The Case of the Three Wild Blondes [Shell Scott] · Richard S. Prather · na; illustrated by Barye Phillips
    • 32 · Dictator of Skagway · Pierre Berton · ar; illustrated by William George; “How Soapy Smith won the title of the North’s biggest con-man”.
    • 38 · Hair-Raising Hunt for the Wild Goose · [uncredited] · pi; “On the islands of Mykines a wild goose chase is year’s biggest event”.
    • 40 · First Around the World—Alone · Capt. Joshua Slocum · ex from Sailing Alone Around the World, Century Company, 1900; illustrated by Leon Gregori; “Slocum the first man to do it, tells of some of the terrible dangers he faced”.
    • 44 · Sultans of the White Slave Trade · Henry Jordan · ar; “Inside report on world’s biggest vice ring and its lords, the Messina brothers”.
    • 48 · Toughest Animal Trainer Who Ever Lived · Jean Muir · ts; illustrated by Brendan Lynch; “John Adams could handle grizzlies better’n any man who ever lived”.


    Cavalier [Vol. 5, No. 45, March 1957] ed. James B. O’Connell (Fawcett Publications, Inc., 25¢, 100pp, cover by Frank McCarthy) []
    Details supplied by Steve Scott.
    • 4 · Gags for Men Only · [Various] · hu
    • 6 · You Said It! · [The Readers] · lc
    • 8 · To the Pole in a Gas Bag · John Toland · ar; “When the airship Italia crashed it made world headlines. Then came a bigger sensation”.
    • 12 · Fastest Man on Two Wheels · Griffith Borgeson · ar; “Because the big Texan wouldn’t quit, he licked the Germans, set a new world’s record”.
    • 16 · The King Who Ate a Regiment · Ernest Dodge · ts; illustrated by John McDermott; “He was the greatest cannibal of all till a British gunboat gave him indigestion”.
    • 18 · How to Dunk Danish Pastry · [uncredited] · pi; featuring Greta Thysson.
    • 20 · This Cowboy Wouldn’t Stay Dead · Richmond P. Hobson, Jr. · ts; illustrated by Frank McCarthy; “An ordinary man wouldn’t have had a chance. But Pan Phillips is no ordinary man”.
    • 24 · He Bugged the Biggest City · Mick Nathanson · ar; “King of the Wiretappers, he worked for Astors, Rockefellers, Chiang Kai Shek”.
    • 26 · Wilt the Stilt—Basketball’s Biggest Time Bomb · Milton Gross · ar; “The big Kansas center could miss greatness because of a reason you’d never guess”.
    • 29 · Where the Big Ones Don’t Get Away · Rene Burri · pi
    • 32 · The Millionaire Genius of Swindle · Andrew Hecht · ar; “One of the strangest stories in the annals of American crime”.
    • 36 · Ice Cakes and Tough Cookies · [uncredited] · pi; “In the annual Quebec whaleboat-canoe race, rowing the boat is the easiest part”.
    • 38 · Flesh and Blood Cannon Ball · Bill Ballantine · ar; “Hugo Zacchini has been shot out of a cannon 14,000 times in 34 years”.
    • 40 · They Built Their Coffins Small · Sandy Sanderson · ts; illustrated by Brendan Lynch; “How the midget sub opened the way for the Allied invasion of the Malay Peninsula”.
    • 44 · Damndest Salesman of Them All · Martin L. Gross · ar; “Meet Douglas Leigh, the super-salesman behind the bright lights of Times Square”.


    Cavalier [v5, #49, July 1957] ed. James B. O’Connell (Fawcett Publication Inc., 25¢, quarto, cover by Frank McCarthy) []
    Given as Cavalier: Action and Adventure for Men on the cover.
    Details supplied by Andrea Giudice from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · You Said It! · [The Readers] · lc
    • 5 · The Plunderers · Bob Crichton · ts; “Hidden treasure has always attracted adventurers.”
    • 6 · Ambush! · Peter Throckmorton & Herb Greer · ts; “An amazing report of a death fight in Algeria.”
    • 12 · Certain Women—Anneve · Erskine Caldwell · ss; “She had a problem almost as old as time.”
    • 16 · The Incredible Balloon Voyage of John Wise · George Scullin · ts; “He set new records as he raced crazily from St. Louis to New York.”
    • 18 · Murieta: Bandit Who Made California Quake · Andrew Hecht · ts; “He had a terrible revenge on the men who’d crossed him-and many who hadn’t.”
    • 20 · Blackfoot Beauty · Russ Meyer · pi; in full color—a Hollywood starlet from Oklahoma.
    • 22 · Sweden’s Web-Footed Fliers · [uncredited] · pt; “These experimenters have to bail out from a speedboat!”
    • 24 · Most Daring Impostor of Them All · Ralph Vanessa · ts; “Ferdinand Demara has a strange effect on people he meets during impersonations.”
    • 28 · Room for Rent, with Built-in Murder · Tom Bailey · tc; “Not everyone laughed at the way Mrs. McCreary kept her boarder warm.”
    • 31 · Gags for Men Only · [uncredited] · hu
    • 32 · Terrible Decision on Mont Blanc · Paul Henissart · ts; “If they made the right choice, two men would have to die.”
    • 37 · This Logging’s the Creziest · Gene Daniels · ar; “Three daring skindivers are making a fortune going after sunken logs.”
    • 40 · Deadly Baby in Our Belly · Dick Halvorsen · ts; “Six miles up, two men acted-and saved the crew from a horrible death.”
    • 42 · The Unshootable Record Rhino · Robert Halmi · pt; “On Kilimanjaro, a daredevil photographer shoots the rhino with the longest horn.”
    • 44 · The Bodies Beautiful or Rome · M. E. Chaber · na






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