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    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v38 #5, March 10, 1933] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · Speck Mulore—Goalie · T. W. Ford · nv; Hockey—Speck fought two battles in one night.
    • 25 · Gentleman’s Game · Lieut. Franklin P. Miller · ss; Boxing—Joe Rupp bated to apply the finishing touch. Then Coads touched a sore spot.
    • 36 · Cinder Dust · Royal Hall · ss; Indoor Track—Steve Brooks would never swallow another man’s dust.
    • 47 · Hicks and Hoops · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Basket Ball—Andy found basket ball and trouble in this strange town.
    • 67 · Trainer and Coach · Dean Cromwell · cl; The mental attitude of the athlete.
    • 75 · The Gulch Jumper · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Skiing—His greatest jump never appeared in the records.
    • 86 · The Slammer from Skynomish [Part 2 of 4] · Dabney Horton · sl; Wrestling—Johnny Cipango and Reindeer Riley form a partnership.
    • 105 · Nice Boy! · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Football—Slash, hammer, drive! Tommy was a human dynamo.
    • 116 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl; Sports review.
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc; Where reader and editor meet.



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v39 #1, April 10, 1933] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · Tough Guy Halloran [Part 1 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—What a sweet reputation for a rookie!.
    • 22 · The Clodhopper · T. W. Ford · ss; Indoor Track—Barnes went to Clarker University for more than an education!.
    • 35 · Born Tired · Phil Richards · ss; Boxing—Typhoon Kerrigan does some conditioning.
    • 47 · Baseball As the Champions Play It— I— Follow the Leader · Earle Combs (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 53 · Hot Pedals · Arthur Grahame · nv; Bike Race—If there was a tougher test of manhood than a six-day bike race, Packy Preston didn’t know what it was.
    • 77 · The Wrist Shot · Leslie McFarlane · ss; Hockey—A game that was more dangerous to win than to lose.
    • 87 · Trainer and Coach · Dean Cromwell · cl
    • 94 · The Slammer from Skynomish [Part 4 of 4] · Dabney Horton · sl; Wrestling—The champion does a high dive.
    • 111 · A Change of Shirt · David Garth · ss; Basket Ball—Tight spots didn’t bother Andy Carson.
    • 118 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v39 #3, May 10, 1933] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · Diamond Dynamite · T. W. Ford · nv; Baseball—Chris Hart gave the Red Sox what they needed.
    • 27 · King’s Jester · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Track—Roy Paden didn’t want to be king of the campus.
    • 38 · A Champ in the Making · Royal Hall · ss; Wrestling—Eddie and McNulty were good friends, but they dreamed of different things.
    • 50 · Baseball As the Champions Play It— III— Tips to the Catcher · Bill Dickey (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 56 · The Gold Cup Mile · Dabney Horton · nv; Track—Legs and Red were at their best when running—and talking.
    • 77 · Tough Guy Halloran [Part 3 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Jim Halloran takes a seat on the anxious bench.
    • 96 · Trainer and Coach · Dean Cromwell · cl
    • 104 · Dribbler · Maurice T. Andrews · ss; Basket Ball—The Dribbler stops a fast one—and how!.
    • 116 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v39 #5, June 10, 1933] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · He Called ’Em As He Saw ’Em · Robert N. Bryan · nv; Baseball—And he called himself out.
    • 25 · Coach’s Headache · Stanley B. Frank · ss; Track—It took a swell dose of aspirin to cure it.
    • 37 · Advantage—Mr. Brown · Royal Hall · ss; Tennis—Joe King gives away his advantage.
    • 48 · Baseball As the Champions Play It— V— Polishing the Ivory · Arthur Fletcher (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 54 · The Carbon Valley Champ · Dabney Horton · nv; Wrestling—Johnny Twentyman becomes the boss.
    • 76 · Wandering Spikes · David Garth · ss; Baseball—You can’t steal a base with a man on it.
    • 87 · Trainer and Coach · Dean Cromwell · cl
    • 95 · Cap’n Diz [Part 2 of 4] · Jackson V. Scholz · sl; Track—Dizzy beats a frame-up.
    • 115 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc












    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v41 #4, November 25, 1933] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 10 · Battling Sixteen [Part 1 of 4] · David Garth · na; Football—"Ping" Battle sure fancied that number on his jersey.
    • 28 · The Galloping Gazelle · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Cross Country—A football flop may be a cross-country star.
    • 38 · How I Teach Football [Part 4 of 4] · Howard Jones (as told to Tom Lewis) · ar; Punt Formations and Defensive Tactics.
    • 45 · The Honest Fixer · Arthur Mann · ss; Wrestling—Showing that you can fix a match so it’s on the level.
    • 56 · The Ballyhoo Back · T. W. Ford · ss; Football—Jumbo didn’t think enough of himself.
    • 70 · Bare Knucks and Base Knocks · Royal Hall · ss; Baseball—A catcher who made ’em mind him.
    • 81 · King Cotton · Burt L. Standish · nv; Boxing—They thought he was just a dancing master.
    • 102 · Record Wreckers [Part 4 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Football—The Davids of football bust up another flock of Goliaths.
    • 118 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


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