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    • March 17, 1945 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • Love Has No Alibi, pp. 11-13
      The Serial Story, first of four parts
    • The First Hundred Years..., pp. 14-15
      The United States Naval Academy rounds out a century of glorious service
    • Wedding Down-River, p. 16
      The Mississippi itself helps Zina decide on her final choice of a husband
    • Warsaw Tragedy, p. 17
      Actress Elna Gisted escaped the Nazi terror to tell how a great city died
    • Night Life in the Sky, pp. 18-19
      First girl correspondent to go on a combat mission over Germany describes what it's lik...
    • The Sullivans of Sullivan's Hollow, pp. 20-21
      A lusty mountain family still lives up to its fightin', feudin' frontier tradition
    • Gertrude, p. 22
      Mrs. Cugat's new dog offers lively proof that fidelity can be something more than a virtue
    • Opportunity's Door Knocker, p. 23
      New Haven's Frank Kenna gets a kick out of setting other men up in business
    • We Lived to Tell, pp. 24-31
      Conclusion. of the hundreds of Americans imprisoned in its fetid holds, only eighty-thr...
    • High Guy, pp. 32-33
      Even aside from his height, seven-foot Bob Kurland, All-America center, is a basketball...
    • Pablo and the Gringos, pp. 34-40
      The blond American lady seemed truly a dream goddess but dreams end in rude awakenings!
    • The Furlough, pp. 41-49
      But five days in which to recapture the essence of ten years of happy marriage!
    • The Heroes, A Gallery of United Nations Patriots, pp. 50-60
      No. 21---Sergeant Major Vousa
    • Seven-Round K.O., pp. 61-72
      A Navy TBM and a Jap Betty duel to the death---i.e., the Jap's death
    • The Clock, pp. 73-80
      The Short Short Story
    • Your Life Tomorrow, pp. 81-84
    • The Week's Work, p. 85
    • Editorials, pp. 86-88
      Those 60,000,000 Jobs; Make War Research Permanent; Must We Worship in Misery?
    • Cover