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    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v33 #1, October 10, 1931] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 1 · The Crowd Pleaser · Bill Cook · ss; Fight—Off with the High Hat!.
    • 13 · A Real “Iron Arm” Pitcher · Anon. · ms
    • 14 · Tied to Lose · James P. Olsen · ss; Baseball—In Cow and Sheep Country.
    • 21 · What’s the Answer? · Anon. · cl
    • 22 · Stunt-Star Hazards · Tom Lewis · ar
    • 29 · One-Dollar Championship · Anon. · ms
    • 30 · Boys Will Be Brothers · Walter Clare Martin · ss; Tennis—They Won and Lost.
    • 42 · Now It Can Be Told · Anon. · cl
    • 43 · Physical Improvement Course (Lesson VII) · Lawson Robertson · cl
    • 54 · Double-Cross Country · Eric Rober · nv; Cross-country—Running Against a Frame-up.
    • 68 · Baseball Expert · Ed Van Every · ar
    • 77 · Suicide Curve · Kent Sagendorph · ss; Auto Race—Death at the Throttle.
    • 87 · Ambidextrous · Anon. · ms
    • 88 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 99 · Horse Owned Thrice in One Day · Anon. · ms
    • 100 · A Rose by Any Other Name · Walter E. Hartman · ss; Baseball—Soft, but Two-fisted.
    • 115 · English Rugby vs. American Football · H. J. Loftus-Price · ar; Is the Tide Turning to Rugby?.
    • 119 · Rajah of Wrestling · Royal Hall · ss; Wrestling—Flat on the Mat.
    • 127 · How the Olympics Started · Anon. · ms
    • 127 · Double Champions · Anon. · ms
    • 128 · Kid Nap [Part 4 of 4] · T. W. Ford · sl; Fight—Coming Through.
    • 140 · Fans Got Money’s Worth · Anon. · ms
    • 141 · Nat Holman · Feg Murray · il [Nat Holman]
    • 142 · Men and Events · [The Editor] · cl
    • 144 · Run Batters · Anon. · ms
    • 144 · Baseball Quirks · Anon. · ms


    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v33 #2, October 25, 1931] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 1 · Champ, Champ, Champ · Wallace Norman · ss; Baseball—Not a Friend in the Outfit!.
    • 10 · Most Profitable Investment · Anon. · ms
    • 11 · Forged Crowns · James P. Olsen · ss; Wrestling—Tied in a Knot.
    • 19 · Now It Can Be Told · Anon. · cl
    • 20 · Babe Ruth Portrait · Anon. · ms
    • 21 · The Big Bam · Jack Kofoed · bg; Babe Ruth Life story.
    • 32 · Man with the Mystery Mitts [Kid Allison] · Robert E. Howard · ss; Fight—A Teacher Goes to School.
    • 44 · What’s the Answer? · Anon. · cl
    • 45 · Olympics Broadcast · Tom Lewis · ar; The Scene’s Set for ’32.
    • 48 · Too Much Training · Anon. · ms
    • 48 · The Bigger They Are— · Anon. · ms
    • 49 · You Can’t Beat a Kelly · Francis M. Cockrell · ss; Basket Ball—Was It Luck?.
    • 60 · Physical Improvement (Lesson VIII) · Lawson Robertson · cl
    • 71 · Pigskin Feud · T. W. Ford · nv; Football—Lazy or Just Yellow?.
    • 87 · Three Years Make a Difference · Anon. · ms
    • 87 · Foul Balls · Anon. · ms
    • 88 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 99 · The Seagoing Jinx · Jay J. Kalez · ss; Boat Race—Noisy and Skeets.
    • 110 · How to Play Basket Ball (Lessons I-II) · Arthur Mann · cl
    • 115 · Excuse My Dust · Kent Sagendorph · ss; Auto Race—Tin vs. Gloss.
    • 126 · The Announcer · Anon. · cl
    • 129 · Half Pint · Herbert L. McNary · ss; Football—A Little Guy with a Big Kick.
    • 140 · Mat Not for Gridiron Stars · Anon. · ms
    • 140 · No Power to Pitchers · Anon. · ms
    • 141 · Men and Events · [The Editor] · cl



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v33 #4, November 25, 1931] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 1 · Sport’s Pacemakers · Gus Uhlmann · il; As An Artist Sees Them.
    • 2 · On the Level · Murray Hoyt · ss; Wrestling—But Off the Mat.
    • 12 · Now It Can Be Told · Anon. · cl
    • 13 · How I Teach Basket Ball · Ernest A. Blood · ar; Inside Methods of a Famous Coach.
    • 23 · Amby the Clutch · Tip Bliss · ss; Fight—And Some Laughs.
    • 35 · The Houdini of Golf · Anon. · ms
    • 36 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 45 · What They Think · Anon. · ms
    • 46 · When Greek Meets Greek · Erle Hazlett Smith · ss; Track—Frat Rivalry.
    • 58 · Feeder · Francis M. Cockrell · ss; Basket Ball—Turn On the Spotlight!.
    • 69 · What’s the Answer? · Anon. · cl
    • 70 · Physical Improvement Course (Lesson X) · Lawson Robertson · cl
    • 78 · Psychology Plus · Anon. · ms
    • 79 · Brains and Bluff · T. W. Ford · nv; Football—Strategy Against Strength.
    • 93 · Sport Close-up · Anon. · ms
    • 94 · How to Play Basket Ball (Lessons V-VI) · Arthur Mann · cl
    • 99 · Big Line · George Piddington · ss; Harness Race—A Comeback with Fear.
    • 110 · Sock It! · Wallace Norman · ss; Baseball—Troubles of a Rookie.
    • 122 · The Announcer · Anon. · cl
    • 127 · One-Punch Palooka · Arthur J. Burks · ss; Boxing—Minus Brains.
    • 139 · Men and Events · [The Editor] · cl



    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v33 #6, December 25, 1931] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 1 · Headliners of Sport · Gus Uhlmann · il; As An Artist Sees Them.
    • 2 · Gentleman’s Game · Francis M. Cockrell · ss; Golf—A Diamond in the Rough.
    • 14 · Now It Can Be Told · Anon. · cl
    • 15 · Is Wrestling on the Level? · Maxwell Grant · ar; An Expert Appraises the Sport.
    • 25 · Killer of the Cage · T. W. Ford · nv; Hockey—Too Hot On the Ice.
    • 47 · Speed Crazy · Kent Sagendorph · ss; Auto Race—Track Tricks and Nerve.
    • 58 · How to Play Basket Ball (Lessons IX-X) · Arthur Mann · cl
    • 64 · Forward Passes · Anon. · ms
    • 65 · The Fifty Jinx · F. N. Litten · ss; Wrestling—Could He Throw It?.
    • 78 · Physical Improvement Course (Conclusion) · Lawson Robertson · cl
    • 87 · Bull of the Campus · Herbert L. McNary · ss; Football—More Than a Game.
    • 98 · What’s the Answer? · Anon. · cl
    • 99 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 109 · The Good Knight [Kid Allison] · Robert E. Howard · ss; Fight—Sir Galahad’s Rival.
    • 121 · Hold Your Temper · Anon. · ms
    • 122 · The Making of a Hero [Pepper Martin] · Insider · bg
    • 128 · Give ’Em the Ax! · Royal Hall · ss; Basket Ball—A Cutting Victory.
    • 140 · The Announcer · Anon. · cl
    • 141 · Between Rounds · [The Readers] · lc








    Street & Smith’s Sport Story Magazine [v35 #1, April 10, 1932] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 144pp, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 2 · Damon and Python · Eric Rober · nv; Hockey—Foghorn was a load of poison to Sockem.
    • 18 · No Southpaws · Anon. · ms
    • 18 · Now It Can Be Told · Anon. · cl
    • 19 · Track Broke · Bruce Dunn · ss; Bike Race—Trouble Aplenty.
    • 32 · Spring Training Stuff · Edgar Forest Wolfe · ar; Rookies in Camp.
    • 42 · The Loyal Sap · Paschal N. Strong · ss; Fight—He Never Changed.
    • 53 · Something to Crowe About · Anon. · ms
    • 53 · Temperamental Balls · Anon. · ms
    • 54 · Little ’Elper · Francis M. Cockrell · ss; Basket Ball—A Queer Egg-but Good.
    • 65 · Depression or Bobby Jones? · Anon. · ms
    • 66 · Trainer and Coach · Dean Cromwell · cl
    • 75 · What, No Luck? · Anon. · ms
    • 76 · Leaping Hulls · Jay J. Kalez · ss; Boat Race—Bucking the Odds.
    • 89 · Blunders of Sport No. 5— A Fortune Lost · Arthur Mann · cl
    • 91 · Baseball Best Sport · Anon. · ms
    • 92 · The Champ Tosser · Herbert L. McNary · ss; Wrestling—Mat Strategy.
    • 105 · College Scholarship Award · Anon. · ms
    • 105 · No New Holds · Anon. · ms
    • 107 · The Catching Fool [Part 2 of 5] · T. W. Ford · sl; Breaks of the Game.
    • 125 · From the Bleachers · Handley Cross · cl
    • 136 · The Snappy Warrior · J. Wilmer Benjamin · ss; Baseball—Slugger Puts One Over.
    • 141 · Football’s Progression · Anon. · ms
    • 142 · Men and Events · [The Editor] · cl


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