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    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v47 #1, April 10, 1935] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 8 · The Texas Rook [Part 1 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Miracles still happen! Ray didn’t want to go to the major league!.
    • 26 · A Low in Fouls · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Basket Ball—Rough work smooths out a difficulty.
    • 37 · Tigers Never Whine · Mickey Cochrane (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar
    • 46 · Judah vs. Clonmel · Dabney Horton · ss; Soccer—Patsy Meyer! What a name—and what a man!.
    • 57 · Little Joe · T. W. Ford · nv; Hockey—Old Man Trouble comes with a new stick.
    • 80 · Bad Man’s Son · Maurice T. Andrews · ss; Wrestling—Kling’s lie had unexpected results.
    • 91 · The Ringer from Wisconsin · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Indoor Track—Blue blood and pedigree for the Santerlee Guards.
    • 102 · The Hockey Highway [Part 4 of 4] · Leslie McFarlane · sl; Hockey—The end of a tough pull.
    • 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 [v47 #2, April 25, 1935] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 10 · Slumberjack · Handley Cross · nv; Boxing—There’s plenty doing when a lumberjack turns slumberjack!.
    • 35 · Hold Everything! · Leo Durocher (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar; Which is always good ball playing.
    • 44 · Kangaroo Man · Robert N. Bryan · ss; Basket Ball—They changed the center-jump rule and Vic Perry almost lost his place on the team.
    • 55 · Tony Fiddle-Fingers [Matty Mathews] · Bruce Dunn · ss; Baseball—Tony’s fiddle was no sweet music to Matty Mathews.
    • 66 · The Grudge Pacemaker · Warren Elliot Carleton · nv; Indoor Track—Sunny and Cheerless pay off a debt.
    • 82 · Hockey Heritage · Harold F. Cruickshank · ss; Hockey—The game was in Hal’s blood.
    • 92 · Runt · Paschal N. Strong · ss; Basket Ball—The bigger they came the harder he tried to make ’em fall.
    • 100 · The Texas Rook [Part 2 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Ray bumps into a hurricane of bad luck.
    • 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 [v47 #3, May 10, 1935] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 8 · High Hook · Jackson V. Scholz · nv; Baseball—Tim’s bat held dynamite.
    • 28 · Shock Absorber · Royal Hall · ss; Basket Ball—Pinky took punishment and liked it.
    • 39 · Reading the Cards · Frank Frisch (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar; What does a baseball manager have to think about?.
    • 47 · The Game and the Job · Leslie McFarlane · ss; Lacrosse—Real sportsmanship pays dividends.
    • 57 · The Oak from Oklahoma · Dabney Horton · nv; Wrestling—Pete’s ideas of wrestling get a jolt.
    • 80 · Shots and Shivers · Jack Volney · ss; Shot Put—Jeff was chilly until Howitzer Carp steamed him up.
    • 91 · Boxing Lesson · Bruce Dunn · ss; Boxing—Could Patsy Fenn trust his manager?.
    • 98 · The Texas Rook [Part 3 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Ray loses an enemy—and finds another.
    • 116 · 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 [v47 #4, May 25, 1935] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 8 · The Miler of Masterton [Part 1 of 4] · Jackson V. Scholz · sl; Track—Brad Lawson hits the cinder paths.
    • 27 · Stalking the Tiger · “Pepper” Martin (as told to Arthur Mann) · ar; A baseball sensation had a tough time getting into the game.
    • 35 · The Outcast · Paschal N. Strong · ss; Lacrosse—Red blood instead of blue was as welcome as a cat in a canary cage.
    • 44 · Luck and Lobs · Royal Hall · ss; Tennis—Find a man’s weakness—then play to it.
    • 56 · Midget Miller—Third-Sacker · Robert N. Bryan · nv; Baseball—Did Midget put the hoodoo sign on Jake Reilly?.
    • 77 · The Fighting Farmer · Philip F. Deere · ss; Boxing—The set-up was a knockdown.
    • 89 · Spinning Wheels · Leonard Lupton · ss; Auto race—Two speed-mad drivers meet at Slippery Corner.
    • 99 · The Texas Rook [Part 4 of 4] · Burt L. Standish · sl; Baseball—Ray McNeill’s homesickness does a fadeaway.
    • 114 · Blunders of Sport · Arthur Mann · cl; Merkle’s blunder had disastrous effects.
    • 116 · 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 [v48 #3, 1st August 1935] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 6 · Lightning Strikes Twice · David Garth · nv; Baseball—Johnny Sanford wipes the slate clean.
    • 28 · The Book Jumper · Jackson V. Scholz · ss; High Jump—Chet read a book—and surprised the boys.
    • 39 · Big Six—The Story of Christy Mathewson [Part 1 of 3] · Arthur Grahame · bg; Beginning the life story of one of baseball’s best-loved characters.
    • 50 · Riding Off the Major · Franklin P. Miller · ss; Army Polo—The artillerymen spoil the major’s afternoon.
    • 62 · Boy Wonder · Royal Hall · nv; Tennis—Cornish jumped off the skids just in time.
    • 83 · Tricky Pedals · Philip F. Deere · ss; Bike Race—Sonny Crandall uses his feet—and head!.
    • 93 · The Scotch Canoe · Warren Elliot Carleton · ss; Canoe Race—That old tub was Sid’s best friend.
    • 101 · Blunders of Sport · Arthur Mann · cl; Cruickshank played safe—and lost!.
    • 105 · Chesty Comes Through · G. O. MacConachie · ss; Baseball—And was Pop MacDevitt surprised!.
    • 114 · Fighting for Nothing [Part 3 of 4] · Arthur Mann · sl; Boxing—Ray Benson shows the stuff of which he is made.
    • 133 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 138 · Trainer and Coach · Anon. · cl
    • 141 · The Locker Room · [The Readers] · lc


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