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    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v50 #3, 1st February 1936] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 12 · TNT Twins · T. W. Ford · nv; Indoor track—They had plenty of power inside.
    • 34 · Ring Feud · Burt L. Standish · ss; Boxing—It took a long time to settle this one.
    • 45 · The Man from Abo [Part 1 of 3] [Paavo Nurmi] · Arthur Mann · bg; The life story of Paavo Nurmi.
    • 55 · Puck Plugger · Eric Rober · ss; Hockey—Gos Harder scores a personal goal.
    • 66 · One Coach Is Plenty [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Basket Ball—The Three Musketeers show up for a show-down.
    • 84 · The Battle Flag · Dabney Horton · ss; Football—And how the Harley U. rallied ’round it!.
    • 95 · Doctor Tahquitz · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Golf—Cal wondered if golf was a gentleman’s game.
    • 106 · Crimson Skis · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Ski jump—Was there a witch’s spell on these crimson-stained skis?.
    • 117 · The Dynamite Flynns [Part 3 of 4] · Leslie McFarlane · sl; Hockey—The Iron Mick talks to Jerry—with startling results!.
    • 135 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 139 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 142 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v50 #4, 2nd February 1936] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 8 · The Oak Street Basketeers [Part 1 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Basket ball—The game was their Idea of happiness.
    • 25 · The $1,000 Touchdown · Eric Rober · ss; Football—The eoach pulls a fast one on himself.
    • 36 · Bungled Batons · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Indoor track—Kipp had an answer for everything.
    • 56 · Staghorn Run · Leonard Lupton · ss; Bobsled race—Necessity and fear stage a battle.
    • 67 · The Indian Sign · Arthur L. Rafter · pm
    • 68 · The Man from Abo [Part 2 of 3] [Paavo Nurmi] · Arthur Mann · bg; Paavo Nurmi clears the tracks.
    • 79 · Rink Traitor · T. W. Ford · nv; Hockey—Gunner Nordel suffered from too much loyalty.
    • 99 · Us & Company · Royal Hall · ss; Boxing—Bing McRae gets seme ground-floor knowledge.
    • 110 · Blurred Baskets · Jack Volney · ss; Basket ball—No wonder Slats Weaver couldn’t see straight!.
    • 120 · The Dynamite Flynns [Part 4 of 4] · Leslie McFarlane · sl; Hockey—The Flynns get double-barreled action.
    • 135 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 139 · About Olympic winter sports · Anon. · ss
    • 142 · Starting speed · Anon. · ss




    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v51 #1, 1st April 1936] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 10 · Chain-Store Player [Part 1 of 4] · Arthur Mann · sl; Baseball—Jigger Coy gets a contract, and a couple of enemies.
    • 27 · Gun Shy · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Indoor track—Marty gets an unexpected chance to sprint.
    • 37 · Roughneck’s Game · Franklin P. Miller · ss; Lacrosse—Lieutenant Tierney knew how to play it.
    • 49 · The Tigers of 1936 · Mickey Cochrane · ar; Will they win their third straight pennant?.
    • 57 · Sucker Play · Stanley B. Frank · nv; Basket ball—Turn about is always fair play.
    • 78 · Neutral Corner · Royal Hall · ss; Boxing—Sometimes this is the toughest spot.
    • 87 · The Pardon Was Late · Arthur L. Rafter · pm
    • 88 · The Softy at Center Ice · Leslie McFarlane · nv; Hockey—His name was Clarence!.
    • 107 · The Hot-Headed Catcher [Matty Mathews] · Bruce Dunn · ss; Baseball—Matty Mathews cools one off.
    • 118 · The Oak Street Basketeers [Part 4 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Basket ball—Jim Archer plays two games at once.
    • 133 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 138 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 141 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc




    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v51 #4, 2nd May 1936] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Counter Fighter [Part 1 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Boxing—Although Lew Kent had promise as a fighter, his manager made too many promises.
    • 23 · Here’s How! · Charley Gehringer · ar; The Tigers’ second baseman explains his principles.
    • 31 · Hero Maker · T. W. Ford · ss; Tennis—But Bruce’s efforts worked in reverse.
    • 42 · The Battling Backstop · Robert N. Bryan · nv; Baseball—Play the game was a good slogan—if lived up to!.
    • 63 · Running Form · Arthur L. Rafter · pm
    • 64 · Shanghaied Stroke · Jack Volney · ss; Crew—The coach takes a leaf out of Hap’s book.
    • 75 · Shooting Match · Leonard Lupton · nv; Wrestling—Shoot the works, so the wise boys said.
    • 93 · Hurdle Wrecker · Royal Hall · ss; Hurdle race—A little thing gets a big man’s goat.
    • 103 · Golden Apples · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Track—Ancient history takes a hand in modern affairs.
    • 112 · In the Bag · Philip F. Deere · ss; Boxing—But it’s always well to look for loopholes.
    • 115 · Chain-Store Player [Part 4 of 4] · Arthur Mann · sl; Baseball—Jigger Coy goes to work with a vengeance.
    • 131 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 139 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 142 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc






    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v52 #3, 1st August 1936] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 8 · Three-And-Two Pitcher · Arthur Mann · nv; Baseball—He gave his team a bad case of jitters.
    • 30 · Dash Duffers · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Track—Jealous ambitions are not good for partners.
    • 41 · Polo at Circle H · Royal Hall · ss; Polo—It was a slick trick—even if it didn’t work!.
    • 54 · My Olympic Memories [Part 2 of 3] · Lawson Robertson · bg; The famous Olympic track-team coach continues his series of sidelights on past Olympic Games.
    • 63 · The Weak Oar · Arthur L. Rafter · pm
    • 64 · Tiger Man · Robert N. Bryan · nv; Boxing—A champ’s unusual demands brought unusual results.
    • 84 · Choppy Water · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Swimming—Sportsmanship comes first.
    • 94 · Too Hot to Handle · L. H. Gregory · ss; Baseball—Base hits can lead to errors.
    • 105 · Baldwin Eats a Pie · Leslie McFarlane · ss; Boxing—Baldwin gets fed up—but not with food.
    • 114 · The Rambling Racketeers [Part 3 of 4] · T. W. Ford · sl; Tennis—Ol’ Man Trouble tags along with Trigger and Bullhead.
    • 132 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 139 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 142 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc





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