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    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v42 #6, March 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 9 · Wolf Wing · T. W. Ford · nv; Hockey—Alex never blushed with false modesty.
    • 30 · Court Color [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Basket Ball—The Three Musketeers were in for a hot time.
    • 41 · Middle and Long Distance Running · Lawson Robertson · ar; The second of a series of three articles on track and field athletics.
    • 51 · Applied Sockology · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Boxing—Could he take it? Could he hand it out?.
    • 62 · The Juggler of Notre Dame · Maurice T. Andrews · nv; Football—He waited nine years for a chance—then he was benched.
    • 85 · Grasshopper Stuff · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; High Jump—Follow the grasshopper’s example and win.
    • 96 · Quickwire the Great [Part 3 of 4] · Dabney Horton · sl; Wrestling—The hill-billy gets a surprise.
    • 116 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v43 #1, April 10, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 5 · The Five Aces [Part 1 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Basket Ball—The team wouldn’t stand for a raw deal.
    • 22 · Goal-Getter · Leslie McFarlane · ss; Hockey—Joe gave everything—and received a surprise.
    • 34 · Relay, Hurdles and Field Events · Lawson Robertson · ar; The last of a series of articles by this famous coach.
    • 46 · China Doll · T. W. Ford · ss; Football—What held Garry Stanner back?.
    • 58 · The Glory Runner · Warren Elliot Carleton · nv; Indoor Track—Matt meets trouble head-on.
    • 75 · The Hot-Head · Vic Whitman · ss; Hockey—Could Joe Mallory burn up? And how!.
    • 84 · Brick and Boots Find a Word for It [Brick and Boots] · Burt L. Standish · nv; Baseball—The Indian sign was working.
    • 102 · Quickwire the Great [Part 4 of 4] · Dabney Horton · sl; Wrestling—The hill-billy turns in a good job.
    • 118 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v43 #2, April 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 9 · Hole-in-the-Head · Stanley B. Frank · nv; Baseball—He was the goofiest of all left-handers!.
    • 28 · Mahomet Comes to the Mountain · Royal Hall · ss; Hockey—Ken whooped, but it wasn’t a party.
    • 39 · Pennant-Winning Baseball: No. 1— How a famous manager became famous · Bill Terry (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar; A Series of articles by outstanding ball players.
    • 49 · Bootlegged Baskets [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Basket Ball—The Three Musketeers take a flyer.
    • 60 · Four Thirty or Bust · Burt L. Standish · nv; Tract—Brad had great ambitions.
    • 81 · The Million-Dollar Oyster · David Garth · ss; Boxing—Doc Ballard finds a fighting pearl.
    • 93 · A Ringer for Manciwicz · Leonard Lupton · ss; Wrestling—Fast action in the north woods.
    • 103 · The Five Aces [Part 2 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Basket Ball—Old Lady Luck does her worst.
    • 120 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v43 #3, May 10, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 5 · The King of Clout · T. W. Ford · nv; Baseball—Was Socker Dork the fall guy?.
    • 19 · Trouble—and Johnny Bones · Lieut. Franklin P. Miller · ss; Navy Boxing—Killer Klein picks a tough one.
    • 32 · Anchor Man · Royal Hall · ss; Track—The relay team needed a good one.
    • 42 · Max Baer—Fighter · Arthur Mann · ar; Meet the outstanding contender for the heavyweight championship.
    • 51 · High-Hat Handball · Clarence Cisin · ss; Handball—The downtown club and uptown swells clash.
    • 63 · The Bull and the Busher · Burt L. Standish · nv; Baseball—Two smart men want the same thing—so what?.
    • 83 · The Boners of Nitro Nash · Leonard Lupton · ss; Wrestling—Depend on Nitro to do the wrong thing!.
    • 93 · Snapping Hippo Out of It · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Shot Put—It took more than coaching to turn the trick.
    • 104 · The Five Aces [Part 3 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Basket Ball—The Aces couldn’t beat trouble.
    • 120 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v43 #5, June 10, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · The Picture Runner · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Track—Running wasn’t the only thing in life!.
    • 25 · Chuck Moran vs. The Tac · Lieut. Franklin P. Miller · ss; Boxing—Two red-blooded men light it out.
    • 37 · Pennant-Winning Baseball: No. 3— Learning from John McGraw · Mel Ott (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 46 · Get ’Em Back! · Bruce Dunn · ss; Tennis—Ernie recovers something he had lost.
    • 58 · The Alibi Kid · Royal Hall · nv; Baseball—It takes a good man to live down a poor rep.
    • 78 · The Wail of the Chump · Leonard Lupton · ss; Wrestling—It wasn’t the champ who howled.
    • 90 · Burning Rubber · Cliff Farrell · ss; Auto Race—Hatred loses in the dizzy whirl of speed.
    • 101 · The $20,000 Beauty [Part 2 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Hal White receives a mysterious threat.
    • 118 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 123 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v43 #6, June 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 9 · Rico to Spud to Eric [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Baseball—The Three Musketeers do a good deed.
    • 31 · White Wings · Stanley B. Frank · ss; Track—Miracles don’t happen any more.
    • 43 · Say It with Fists · M. H. Wallace · ss; Boxing—And he wanted to say it with flowers!.
    • 52 · Pennant-Winning Baseball: No. 4— Second-Guessing the World Series · Joe Cronin (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 60 · Twenty-Six Miles to Glory · Dabney Horton · nv; Marathon—Were they easy? Billy found the answer.
    • 83 · It’s All in the Wrists · Vic Whitman · ss; Baseball—The baseballer’s jinx—a load of empty barrels!.
    • 92 · Back to the Goal · Royal Hall · ss; Soccer—Nobody cared who lost!.
    • 101 · The $20,000 Beauty [Part 3 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Hal White’s troubles are as plentiful as rainstorms.
    • 119 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 123 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v44 #2, July 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 7 · Half a Ball Player · David Garth · nv; Baseball—And the team needed a man who was all ball player!.
    • 26 · To Him Who Waits · Royal Hall · ss; Tennis:—Terry does a good job of waiting.
    • 37 · Pennant-Winning Baseball: No. 6— Batting .350 · Jimmy Foxx (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 45 · The Death Valley Open · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Golf—Gentlemen should play a gentleman’s game.
    • 56 · Crew Cowards · Eric Rober · nv; Crew race—Kip and Thor pass a man-size test.
    • 76 · Milers Are Popular · Maurice T. Andrews · ss; Track—And that kept Alex on the cinder track.
    • 87 · Money Player · Phil Murphy · ss; Baseball—Wanted—a third baseman, and money!.
    • 97 · The Little Giant [Part 2 of 4] · T. W. Ford · sl; Tennis—Slip Hay liked tough battles—and found plenty of them.
    • 116 · From the Bleachers · Handley · cl
    • 122 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v44 #4, August 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 7 · The Crooked-Arm Catcher [Part 1 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Baseball—Jerry Sparks joins the Rockets, and the fireworks begin.
    • 24 · Tilden the Great [Part 1 of 3] · Arthur Mann · bg; The life story of America’s greatest tennis player.
    • 33 · Mortgages and Musketeers [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Baseball—The Three Musketeers raise more than a disturbance.
    • 54 · The Canoe That Steve Built · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Canoe Race—But Charley put bis bets on the man.
    • 65 · The Perfect Amateur · Royal Hall · nv; Tennis—Slim Potter learns about rackets.
    • 84 · Camera Clouts · Burt L. Standish · ss; Boxing—This pair wrote their own scenario.
    • 94 · Put Down That Club! · Dabney Horton · ss; Golf—Orders are orders—and they never change.
    • 103 · The Little Giant [Part 4 of 4] · T. W. Ford · sl; Tennis—Slip Hay puts up the battle of his life.
    • 119 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 123 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v44 #6, September 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Iron Gloves · Leslie McFarlane · nv; Boxing—Where there’s a will there’s more than one way.
    • 27 · A Set-up for the Pumas [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; Baseball—The Three Musketeers tame the wild ones.
    • 38 · The Wrestling Ghost · Leonard Lupton · ss; Wrestling—Timmy wasn’t in danger—but he had a close shave.
    • 49 · Tilden the Great [Part 3 of 3] · Arthur Mann · bg; Big Bill’s bulldog persistence downs all obstacles.
    • 58 · Two O’Clock Hitter · Stanley B. Frank · ss; Baseball—But what happens at three o’clock?.
    • 70 · The Court Clown · T. W. Ford · nv; Tennis—Ham Spence read a book—and see what happened!.
    • 92 · Haul of the Wind · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Swimming—An ill wind does some good.
    • 102 · The Crooked-Arm Catcher [Part 3 of 4] · Robert N. Bryan · sl; Baseball—Jerry gets a couple of set-backs.
    • 119 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 123 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc




    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v45 #3, November 10, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · The Missing Half Back [The Three Musketeers] · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Football—The Three Musketeers speak out of turn.
    • 28 · Magic Miles · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Cross-country—Real sportsmanship is better than victory.
    • 39 · Winning the Lion’s Share: Part III—Touchdown Plays · Lou Little · ar; This article tells you and shows you how they are made.
    • 46 · All Washed Up—And How! · Paul V. Millard · ss; Baseball—But one man thought differently.
    • 54 · Educated Feet · Bruce Dunn · ss; Soccer—There were no soft spots to walk over.
    • 66 · The Slugging Celt · Burt L. Standish · nv; Boxing—It took fighting to earn that title!.
    • 87 · Pushover · Arthur Mann · ss; Wrestling—Tough jobs call for hard work.
    • 98 · The Red Guard [Part 3 of 4] · Dabney Horton · sl; Football—Red Bellew drifts toward a new line-up.
    • 118 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 122 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 125 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v45 #4, November 25, 1934] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 9 · Lorenzo the Great [Part 1 of 4] · T. W. Ford · sl; Football—From book salesman to football star.
    • 27 · Hot Feet · Arthur Mann · ss; Cross-country—Barking dawgs aren’t always a handicap.
    • 38 · Building Winning Football Teams · H. O. “Fritz” Crisler (as told to Grahame Arthur) · ar; The famous Princeton coach tells how.
    • 48 · Death in the Evening · Leonard Lupton · ss; Wrestling—The carnival strikes a rough town for rasslers.
    • 59 · Hostile Harriers · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Cross-country—Phil had more than a race to win.
    • 79 · Roommates at Rawlins · Warren Elliot Carleton · nv; Football—It’s tough to be a mischief-maker’s keeper.
    • 95 · The Powder-Puff Kid · William A. Jones · ss; Boxing—He fought from his toes, then was caught flat-footed.
    • 103 · The Red Guard [Part 4 of 4] · Dabney Horton · sl; Football—Padrig Bellew learns the truth about his brother.
    • 119 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 123 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 126 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


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