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  1. Absent With Leave
    The New Masses, July 27, 1937, pp. 17-18
  2. Accent on Living
    Groucho Sent Me
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1953, p. 108
  3. Ace in the Hole
    Stan Musial returns to form in the Cardinals' pennant bid
    Collier's Weekly, September 13, 1947, pp. 14-15
  4. Ace in the Role
    Come out of that make-up. We know you, Henry Hull
    Collier's Weekly, May 19, 1934, pp. 26-27
  5. Action!
    Joan Davis, vigorous artise
    Collier's Weekly, October 22, 1938, p. 11
  6. Actor at Eight
    Spanky McFarland, career man
    Collier's Weekly, November 21, 1936, pp. 22-25
  7. The Actor Who Doesn't Care
    Hollywood fame holds no glamor for Barry Fitzgerald
    Collier's Weekly, September 16, 1944, p. 12
  8. Aged Bard Takes His Stand
    The New Masses, September 4, 1934, p. 24
  9. All on One Ticket
    Atlantic revue
    Collier's Weekly, July 30, 1938, pp. 20-21
  10. All Pitched Out
    Pitcher's plight
    Collier's Weekly, April 1, 1939, p. 19
  11. Amazing Albert
    Eddie Albert, self-made philosopher
    Collier's Weekly, July 5, 1941, p. 14
  12. Amazing Maisie
    Ann Sothern, whose life's confused by her role
    Collier's Weekly, July 12, 1941, p. 23
  13. Anne the Angel
    Miss Shirley, Hollywood's sunniest girl
    Collier's Weekly, January 17, 1942, p. 18
  14. Review and Comment
    [+]
    Another View of Briffault (Review)
    Europa: The Days of Ignorance, by Robert Briffault
    1. Europa: The Days of Ignorance by Robert Briffault
    The New Masses, September 17, 1935, p. 24
  15. Are Managers Necessary?
    Exposing the clay feet of idols among big-league baseball pilots
    Collier's Weekly, April 6, 1946, p. 23
  16. Are You With It?
    The musical comedy so called is one of New York's big hits
    Collier's Weekly, February 2, 1946, pp. 14-15
  17. Assassin of the Dance
    Iva Kitchell's comedy ballet routines roll 'em in the aisles
    Collier's Weekly, July 31, 1948, pp. 20-21
  18. Author Trouble at Warners'
    The New Masses, October 15, 1935, p. 29
  19. The Auto Comes to Stay
    Dating death in the gasoline carriage
    Collier's Weekly, October 19, 1940, p. 13
  20. Back Talk
    Jean Muir won't keep still
    Collier's Weekly, September 18, 1937, pp. 36-37
  21. Backs in Motion
    St. Mary's footballers, on the loose
    Collier's Weekly, December 2, 1939, p. 16
  22. The Bad Penny
    The New Masses, March 30, 1937, p. 6
  23. Bad, but Very Good
    The profitable unpopularity of Miss Bette Davis
    Collier's Weekly, November 17, 1934, p. 18
  24. Barrymore, the Lionhearted
    Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1949, pp. 20-21
  25. Bashful Brenda
    Miss Marshall of the movies
    Collier's Weekly, February 15, 1941, p. 13
  26. Be Good and You'll be Murdered
    School for umpires
    Collier's Weekly, June 4, 1938, pp. 25-35
  27. Beautiful Ballerina
    Irina Baronov is a success story of an artist without temperament
    Collier's Weekly, April 22, 1944, p. 21
  28. The Beauty of Silence
    The New Masses, July 5, 1938, pp. 13-14
  29. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon
    The New Masses, January 18, 1938, p. 14
  30. Bendix Bats for Ruth
    A new screen role for the star of radio's Life of Riley
    Collier's Weekly, August 7, 1948, p. 18
  31. Ben's Little Boy, Louie
    The New Masses, June 14, 1938, p. 13
  32. The Big Series Scramble
    Collier's Weekly, October 9, 1948, pp. 22-23
  33. Big Splash
    Esther Williams, a mermaid with ideas
    Collier's Weekly, September 26, 1942, pp. 13-14
  34. Birds Without Feathers
    Sailing aloft
    Collier's Weekly, October 5, 1935, p. 19
  35. Black-and-Blue Beauty
    Key Aldridge---she who always gets slapped
    Collier's Weekly, October 24, 1942, p. 13
  36. Blade of Beverly Hills
    Something new in Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, October 9, 1937, pp. 26-51
  37. Block That Kick!
    The New Masses, October 27, 1936, p. 17
  38. Blond Blitz
    Betty Hutton explodes into fame
    Collier's Weekly, October 31, 1942, p. 14
  39. Bloodhounds Are My Babies
    Collier's Weekly, September 25, 1948, pp. 42-48
  40. Blow by Blow
    Larry Adler, maeastro of the mouth organ
    Collier's Weekly, August 24, 1940, p. 21
  41. Literary Sign-Posts
    [+]
    Books (6 Reviews)
    Men and Memories, by William Rothenstein
    1. Men and Memories by William Rothenstein
    2. America As Americans See It by Frederick J. Ringel
    3. Machines and Men in Russia by Louis Fischer
    4. Socialist Planned Economy in the Soviet Union by Valerian V. Obolensky-Ossinsky
    5. I Cover the Waterfront by Max Miller
    6. The Crisis of Capitalism in America by Moritz J. Bonn
    Scribners, August 1932, pp. 3-9
  42. Booted Off the Lot
    The low-down on Marsha Hunt
    Collier's Weekly, October 4, 1941, p. 14
  43. Born to Act
    Maria Montez making the most of her mission
    Collier's Weekly, April 4, 1942, p. 17
  44. The Boss' Wife
    the life and times of Miss Merle Oberon
    Collier's Weekly, September 13, 1941, p. 18
  45. Boulevardier
    The New Masses, December 3, 1935, p. 29
  46. Bowery Cafe
    Happiness in Hamtramck
    Collier's Weekly, August 2, 1941, p. 22
  47. Breeding Will Tell
    The New Masses, March 15, 1938, p. 15
  48. Bright Beauty
    Greer Garson, lady in technicolor
    Collier's Weekly, May 18, 1940, p. 11
  49. Britain Lights a Forest Fire
    The New Masses, September 20, 1938, p. 16
  50. The British Are Coming, Boom!
    The New Masses, January 29, 1935, p. 29
  51. Broadway Sortie
    Review of Rodgers and Hammerstein's new musical experiment, Allegro
    Collier's Weekly, October 25, 1947, pp. 20-21
  52. But on the Contrary
    Ballplayers should leave psychology alone
    Collier's Weekly, May 31, 1941, p. 16
  53. Call Them Mister
    The funniest of all soldier shows comes to Broadway
    Collier's Weekly, May 18, 1946, pp. 22-23
  54. Camera Shy
    Madeleine Carroll in pretty confusion
    Collier's Weekly, November 14, 1936, p. 9
  55. Camera!
    The Oriental touch---on a movie camera
    Collier's Weekly, June 12, 1937, p. 19
  56. Campus Sweetheart
    Lana Turner, the college boys' weakness
    Collier's Weekly, March 23, 1940, p. 11
  57. Captain Bong Comes Home
    The hero returns the same unspoiled small-town boy who left to fly for the Army
    Collier's Weekly, February 26, 1944, pp. 22-23
  58. Career Girl
    Ida Lupino, sometimes known as Loopy
    Collier's Weekly, June 26, 1937, p. 20
  59. Career Girl
    The life of the movies---Miss Claudette Colbert
    Collier's Weekly, January 28, 1939, p. 11
  60. Carmen Jones
    Billy Rose & Co. translate Grand Opera into Americana and win sweet applause
    Collier's Weekly, January 15, 1944, pp. 14-15
  61. Center-Field Lightning
    What Tris Speaker thinks
    Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1938, p. 17
  62. The Champ's Place
    A restaurateur named Dempsey
    Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1935, p. 16
  63. Chapayev Is Here
    The New Masses, January 22, 1935, p. 29
  64. [+]
    Chaplin in "Modern Times" (Review)
    Modern Times (1936 Film), by Charles Chaplin
    1. Modern Times (1936 Film) by Charles Chaplin
    The New Masses, February 18, 1936, p. 29
  65. Chinese Gold Rush
    Hollywood raids the restaurants to fill its Jap roles
    Collier's Weekly, November 4, 1944, pp. 76-79
  66. Choice for a Queen
    Anna Neagle takes a bow
    Collier's Weekly, February 5, 1938, p. 13
  67. The Church and the Can-Can
    The New Masses, June 19, 1934, p. 28
  68. Clouting Cossack
    Lou Novikoff, Russia's gift to baseball
    Collier's Weekly, January 25, 1941, p. 14
  69. Clowning
    Jimmy Savo wowing 'em
    Collier's Weekly, June 15, 1935, pp. 22-23
  70. The Coast Demands Long Pants
    But wise observers wonder if its baseball league can wear 'em
    Collier's Weekly, August 16, 1947, pp. 16-17
  71. Comeback
    Bill DeLancey returns to the majors
    Collier's Weekly, July 13, 1940, p. 16
  72. Comedy---Six Days a Week
    Edward Everett Horton, funny fellow
    Collier's Weekly, July 18, 1936, pp. 22-23
  73. Comrades...Your Ears!
    The New Masses, May 24, 1938, p. 14
  74. Concerning the English
    The New Masses, January 7, 1936, p. 18
  75. Confessions of an Opium Sitter
    The New Masses, June 18, 1935, p. 29
  76. Corinthian Pilar
    The war's gift to Hollywood---Katina Paxinou, idol of the Greek theater
    Collier's Weekly, July 24, 1943, pp. 50-57
  77. A Corner in Culture
    The New Masses, August 2, 1938, pp. 15-17
  78. The Corporal Sees His Duty
    Further notes on the astonishing career of Cobina Wright, Jr.
    Collier's Weekly, March 21, 1942, p. 15
  79. Country Auction
    At the Rice Brothers' farm you can buy anything from sheep to old shoes
    Collier's Weekly, July 29, 1944, pp. 22-23
  80. The Cult of Joshua
    The New Masses, October 13, 1936, p. 13
  81. [+]
    D.H. Lawrence (Review)
    "Not I, But the Wind...", by Frieda Lawrence
    1. "Not I, But the Wind..." by Frieda Lawrence
    Scribners, December 1934, p. 17
  82. Dalya Doesn't Dally
    Foreign tongues have no terror for gorgeous Jacqueline Dalya
    Collier's Weekly, October 7, 1944, p. 20
  83. Dancing Master
    Gene Kelly's in the Navy now, but he has postwar plans that ought to keep Hollywood on ...
    Collier's Weekly, May 19, 1945, p. 20
  84. Dark Magic
    The boys who make boogie-woogie
    Collier's Weekly, June 24, 1939, pp. 40-81
  85. The Dean Murder Case
    Dizzy slaughters language and his fans lap it up
    Collier's Weekly, September 18, 1943, pp. 20-22
  86. Determined Lady
    Carole Landis, of course
    Collier's Weekly, May 10, 1941, p. 12
  87. Dictator for a Day
    The New Masses, August 28, 1934, p. 29
  88. Directed by Simon Legree
    Genius blossoms in the Hedgeroe Theater
    Collier's Weekly, June 13, 1936, p. 14
  89. The Disintegration of Mr. Stolberg
    The New Masses, February 1, 1938, p. 14
  90. The Distant Glory
    A man who lived a lie
    Collier's Weekly, October 3, 1942, pp. 59-60
  91. Do I Hear a Voice?
    The New Masses, July 28, 1936, p. 20
  92. Don't Call Me a Stooge
    Miss Dumont, demure companion of the Marx Brothers
    Collier's Weekly, May 15, 1937, p. 18
  93. Don't Save a Place
    The New Masses, May 3, 1938, p. 11
  94. Double Star
    Dick Powell and Joan Bondell, stars without shelter
    Collier's Weekly, February 20, 1937, pp. 22-24
  95. Double Trouble
    Baseball's most important play---with action photos
    Collier's Weekly, June 21, 1947, pp. 20-21
  96. Dress Parade
    The precarious business of making women's clothes
    Collier's Weekly, April 11, 1936, pp. 43-45
  97. Duet
    Al Dubin and Harry Warren, wrangling harmoniously
    Collier's Weekly, July 27, 1935, p. 17
  98. The Eager Aggies
    The Oklahoma boys are grabbing for all the sports honors
    Collier's Weekly, October 12, 1946, pp. 18-19
  99. Easy, Thar, with Our Clara Lou
    Ann Sheridan, Texas' darling
    Collier's Weekly, July 22, 1939, p. 18
  100. Escape to Hollywood
    Hedy Lamarr, flying from boredom
    Collier's Weekly, November 5, 1938, p. 14
  101. Ex-Leopard Lady
    Gail Patrick: she gave up the law
    Collier's Weekly, May 7, 1938, p. 11
  102. Expensive Air
    Radio is the toughest of all amusement professions to break into
    Collier's Weekly, March 18, 1944, p. 14
  103. Fernard the Great
    Mr. Gravet and no end of uniforms
    Collier's Weekly, March 19, 1938, p. 15
  104. Fiddler's Friend
    The violin doctor
    Collier's Weekly, August 29, 1936, pp. 28-41
  105. Fire!
    Our greatest losses at home have not been caused by the war, but by our own carelessness
    Collier's Weekly, September 25, 1943, p. 17
  106. Five Star Final
    The New Masses, February 19, 1935, p. 29
  107. Flash and Fury
    Eddie Shore and the serious game of ice hockey
    Collier's Weekly, February 24, 1934, pp. 22-23
  108. A Flop in Des Moines
    Sybill's cure for boredom
    Collier's Weekly, February 20, 1932, pp. 25-28
  109. The Flying Hawks
    Director Howard Hawks makes his greatest movie---the Air Force
    Collier's Weekly, January 16, 1943, pp. 36-37
  110. A Foot and His Honey
    The mystery man of the gridiron
    Collier's Weekly, October 19, 1935, pp. 20-21
  111. Football is for Fun
    And the Arkansas Aggies prove it
    Collier's Weekly, November 23, 1940, p. 21
  112. For Glory and for Keeps
    Professional football acquires new talent
    Collier's Weekly, October 14, 1933, pp. 22-23
  113. For Love and Money
    The old army spirit, or football at its best
    Collier's Weekly, December 1, 1934, pp. 24-25
  114. For Sale: Med Show
    A Story
    Scribners, February 1925, pp. 176-184
  115. The Forward Faun
    It's Dorothy Commingore
    Collier's Weekly, January 18, 1941, p. 13
  116. From Reef to Reef
    The colorful career of Errol Flynn
    Collier's Weekly, October 10, 1936, pp. 40-65
  117. Fun in Flickers
    Carole Lombard, a lady who has it
    Collier's Weekly, February 24, 1940, p. 11
  118. G.I. Bill of Complaints
    Veterans find the G.I. Bill of Rights is not quite all it's cracked up to be
    Collier's Weekly, June 2, 1945, pp. 14-15
  119. G.I. Knappenberger
    A family of pacifists produces a modest and somewhat baffled hero
    Collier's Weekly, January 27, 1945, pp. 22-23
  120. Gags Across the Sea
    Wanted---an international brand of humor!
    Collier's Weekly, September 9, 1944, p. 19
  121. Galloping Goons
    Take basketball away from the giants
    Collier's Weekly, March 8, 1941, pp. 30-69
  122. Gamble with Music
    The director of a movie musical simply mustn't make one mistake
    Collier's Weekly, March 23, 1946, pp. 22-23
  123. Garner of Uvalde
    The New Masses, April 25, 1939, pp. 17-18
  124. Getting Away from It All
    All aboard! This is a pleasure cruise
    Collier's Weekly, June 9, 1934, p. 19
  125. Getting Away with Murder
    Musical irreverences of the Schnickelfritz Band
    Collier's Weekly, March 5, 1938, pp. 60-65
  126. The Ghost Goes Left
    The New Masses, May 12, 1936, p. 19
  127. The Ghost of Shakespeare
    Mr. John Carradine, Hollywood's spirit
    Collier's Weekly, May 29, 1943, pp. 40-53
  128. Gifted Gordon
    Nice going for Ruth Gordon, author and star of the smash hit Over Twenty-One
    Collier's Weekly, May 27, 1944, pp. 75-77
  129. Gilmore the Gamin
    Or, how Virginia got to Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, November 15, 1941, p. 14
  130. Gimme the Old Wood-Burners!
    The New Masses, January 17, 1939, p. 14
  131. The Girl Who Hates Movies
    Luise Rainer, beautiful and independent
    Collier's Weekly, May 23, 1936, p. 36
  132. Girl with a Funny Face
    Imogene Coca, no beauty but doing all right
    Collier's Weekly, December 23, 1939, p. 12
  133. Girl with a Poetic Touch
    Collier's Weekly, October 30, 1948, p. 71
  134. Girl with a Voice
    A well-placed shriek, followed by Martha Raye
    Collier's Weekly, May 1, 1937, p. 15
  135. The Girl with One Name
    Triple star at eighteen---Margo
    Collier's Weekly, November 30, 1935, pp. 28-31
  136. Goats Once is Enough!
    Towne and Baker, who surprise even Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, April 6, 1940, p. 18
  137. God Pity the Others!
    The New Masses, March 31, 1936, p. 19
  138. God Save King George!
    The New Masses, May 18, 1937, pp. 17-18
  139. Good King Jim
    Greatest football player of all time---Jim Thorpe
    Collier's Weekly, November 14, 1942, pp. 42-79
  140. Goodby Friday the 13th
    Commander Willard E. Edwards' plans for revising the international calendar
    Collier's Weekly, September 21, 1946, pp. 82-95
  141. The Gospel According to Charlie
    Compton of Alabama is a tackle with strong religious leanings
    Collier's Weekly, October 18, 1947, pp. 20-21
  142. Great Day
    Miss Laraine Day, a highly proper lady
    Collier's Weekly, June 7, 1941, p. 14
  143. The Great Hoiman
    The inimitiable idol of Brooklyn---in exile
    Collier's Weekly, August 19, 1933, pp. 24-37
  144. Great Scott
    Little Martha Scott, going over big
    Collier's Weekly, December 7, 1940, p. 12
  145. Greeks Bearing Gifts
    The New Masses, December 11, 1934, pp. 11-12
  146. Guzzle and Gaze
    The French Casino---food for the eye, ear and stomach
    Collier's Weekly, February 13, 1937, p. 21
  147. Haphazard Patsy
    Miss Patsy Kelly, a law to herself
    Collier's Weekly, April 18, 1936, pp. 32-47
  148. Happy, Happy Noel
    The New Masses, December 25, 1934, p. 12
  149. Hard and Bright
    The baffling Mr. Lionel Stander
    Collier's Weekly, September 11, 1937, pp. 63-81
  150. Havoc in Hollywood
    June Havoc comes into her own
    Collier's Weekly, August 8, 1942, p. 20
  151. He Makes Anything Go
    Victor Moore, sober comedian
    Collier's Weekly, December 21, 1935, pp. 44-69
  152. Hearts of Gold, Heads of---
    The New Masses, October 8, 1935, p. 28
  153. Heavy, Heavy Over Head
    A visit to York, Pa., weight-listing capital of the U.S.
    Collier's Weekly, May 24, 1947, pp. 24-25
  154. Here's What I Mean
    Mr. Hornsby bats out a few
    Collier's Weekly, July 16, 1938, p. 20
  155. He's the Doctor
    Jean Hersholt and the Misses Dionne
    Collier's Weekly, April 4, 1936, p. 17
  156. High School Hero
    Mr. Bob Feller, the $100,000 rookie
    Collier's Weekly, March 6, 1937, pp. 22-23
  157. Hillbilly Judy
    Madcap Canova, fun-loving favorite of the footlights of films
    Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1942, p. 17
  158. The Hines Trial
    The New Masses, September 6, 1938, pp. 15-16
  159. The History of the Adventures of George Whigham... (1951)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  160. Hit Hunter
    Mr. Jed Harris, the boy who has grown older
    Collier's Weekly, March 10, 1934, p. 16
  161. Hockey Jockey
    Tommy Gorman, a manager who makes his luck
    Collier's Weekly, January 4, 1936, p. 22
  162. Hollywood Doesn't Count
    Mr. Laurence Olivier, nonconformist
    Collier's Weekly, June 10, 1939, p. 15
  163. Hollywood Gets Its Teeth Kicked
    The movies may be Number One war casualty
    Collier's Weekly, January 9, 1943, pp. 34-37
  164. Hollywood Headache
    The movie moguls are all a-twitter these days
    Collier's Weekly, September 20, 1947, pp. 18-19
  165. Hollywood Holocaust
    Pity the movie star---no gas, no servants, no money
    Collier's Weekly, February 13, 1943, p. 16
  166. Hollywood Scoop
    Jeanne Madden, born to sing
    Collier's Weekly, January 9, 1937, pp. 30-53
  167. Holy Roman Sabotage
    The New Masses, August 24, 1937, p. 13
  168. [+]
    The Home Land (Review)
    The Native's Return, by Louis Adamic
    1. The Native's Return by Louis Adamic
    Scribners, March 1934, p. 2
  169. Homemade Legs
    Zoe Mozert makes good as artist's model---for herself
    Collier's Weekly, April 1, 1944, p. 16
  170. Hooping It Up
    In the basket
    Collier's Weekly, February 8, 1936, pp. 29-57
  171. Hooray, Etcetera
    The New Masses, July 2, 1935, p. 45
  172. Horne Solo
    Lena Horne from Harlem---to Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, June 26, 1943, p. 12
  173. Horse-Opera Star
    Buck Jones, riding high, wide and handsome
    Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1936, pp. 55-71
  174. Hot Tamale Circuit
    The first of two parts. Mexico is a baseball player's paradise---thanks to Jorge Pasquel
    Collier's Weekly, June 22, 1946, pp. 16-17
  175. Hot Tamale Circuit
    The second of two parts. Jorge Pasquel's Mexican baseball league is something for U.S. ...
    Collier's Weekly, June 29, 1946, pp. 27-61
  176. Hot Weather Opera
    St. Louis prefers Show Boat to Aida
    Collier's Weekly, August 29, 1942, p. 13
  177. How to Greet the Great
    The New Masses, April 26, 1938, pp. 13-14
  178. The Huckster's Layd
    All about Deborah Kerr, a Scottish girl with a soft British accent and an ironbound con...
    Collier's Weekly, October 4, 1947, pp. 50-52
  179. Hunting of the Swede
    Screen writer Eddie Blum discovers Maria Toren for Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, June 19, 1948, pp. 26-27
  180. Hustling Hal
    Mr. Wallis, who makes movies
    Collier's Weekly, March 15, 1941, p. 20
  181. I Cherish that Sentiment
    How Brooklyn's Dodgers became a patriotic institution
    Collier's Weekly, August 31, 1940, pp. 16-17
  182. I Dress as I Like
    Independence in Hollywood, Miss Frances Farmer
    Collier's Weekly, May 8, 1937, p. 21
  183. I Like Granville Hicks
    The New Masses, May 31, 1938, p. 14
  184. Idaho's Hot Potato
    The voice of Senator Glen H. Taylor is really heard on Capitol Hill!
    Collier's Weekly, June 30, 1945, p. 21
  185. If You Want Immortality
    The New Masses, June 9, 1936, pp. 28-29
  186. I'll Take Both
    Whizzer White, Rhodes scholar and pro football player
    Collier's Weekly, October 15, 1938, p. 16
  187. In a Burst of Fury
    The New Masses, September 25, 1934, p. 29
  188. In Defense of the Machine
    The New Masses, October 1, 1935, p. 43
  189. In Sickness and in Health
    Taking thought for the morrow
    Collier's Weekly, October 20, 1934, p. 10
  190. Inaugurating a Campaign
    The New Masses, September 11, 1934, p. 29
  191. Indiana Madness
    State religion---basketball
    Collier's Weekly, February 6, 1937, p. 13
  192. Inn About Town
    Accomodations for all
    Collier's Weekly, November 7, 1936, pp. 64-70
  193. Innkeepers' Imbroglio
    Meet Mr. Hilton and Mr. Kirkeby, the nation's top Bonifaces
    Collier's Weekly, November 9, 1946, pp. 93-95
  194. Is John Dewey Honest?
    The New Masses, January 4, 1938, p. 16
  195. Is Shaw a Fascist?
    The New Masses, June 7, 1938, pp. 12-13
  196. Is the Theater a Waste of Time?
    The New Masses, January 31, 1939, p. 14
  197. It Looks So Easy
    Meet the De Marcos, superior ballroom dance team
    Collier's Weekly, January 31, 1948, pp. 18-19
  198. Jam in the Saucer
    Giving the six-day bicycle race a whirl
    Collier's Weekly, February 23, 1935, pp. 26-27
  199. Johnson---The Man Who Was
    The New Masses, July 23, 1935, p. 28
  200. Just a Haunch
    The disappearing marvel of baseball
    Collier's Weekly, August 6, 1932, pp. 18-19
  201. Kate the Great
    Yesterday box-office poison, today Katherine Hepburn is making the greatest comeback of...
    Collier's Weekly, December 4, 1943, pp. 24-25
  202. Keaney's Couriers
    Rhode Island basketeers deliver the mail
    Collier's Weekly, February 28, 1942, p. 17
  203. The Kid from the Ukraine
    Russian glamour, sustained by housework---in brief, Miss Anna Sten
    Collier's Weekly, March 31, 1934, pp. 32-33
  204. King Cotten
    Joseph Cotten is tops in Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, October 10, 1942, p. 60
  205. King of the B's
    The unexpected masterpieces of Bryan Foy
    Collier's Weekly, January 7, 1939, p. 23
  206. The Ladies Are Speechless
    And, therefore, perfect models
    Collier's Weekly, October 6, 1934, p. 9
  207. Lady from Paris
    Lucienne Boyer, the sitting singer
    Collier's Weekly, December 15, 1934, p. 19
  208. Lady in the Wings
    Fay Templeton, an actress seeking perfection
    Collier's Weekly, April 21, 1934, p. 18
  209. Lady in Waiting
    Hollywood papers say she's through, but Joan Crawford has just begun to fight
    Collier's Weekly, October 28, 1944, p. 13
  210. Lady Longlegs
    Charlotte Greenwood aspires to drama
    Collier's Weekly, January 15, 1938, p. 15
  211. Lady Makes Good
    Introducing Miss Anna Lee, of Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, November 29, 1941, p. 14
  212. Lady with Zip
    With Anne Baxter, it's acting
    Collier's Weekly, December 12, 1942, pp. 76-82
  213. Land of Sweet Lorgnettes
    The New Masses, February 12, 1935, p. 29
  214. The Last Refuge
    The New Masses, September 1, 1936, p. 7
  215. A Last Word on Wally
    The New Masses, January 26, 1937, p. 24
  216. Law and Order, Ltd (1928)
    The Rousing Life of Elfego Baca of New Mexico
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  217. Le Regal de Sweckey
    The New Masses, June 23, 1936, p. 12
  218. Leaping Lena's Baby Brother
    The Twelve Living Krakows produce a winner---King Levinsky
    Collier's Weekly, December 9, 1933, pp. 22-23
  219. Leave It to Joe
    The profitable results of listening to the man behind the machine
    Collier's Weekly, July 11, 1942, pp. 20-21
  220. Lenin in October
    The New Masses, April 12, 1938, pp. 13-14
  221. Let it Happen No More
    The New Masses, March 10, 1936, p. 27
  222. A Letter to Anthony Eden
    The New Masses, March 2, 1937, p. 17
  223. A Life and Death Struggle
    The New Masses, April 5, 1938, p. 16
  224. Life Begins at Sixty
    Youngers up to 90 frolic all winter in St. Pete, Florida
    Collier's Weekly, March 29, 1947, pp. 22-23
  225. Life on the Strand
    With Gladys George up from the medicine shows
    Collier's Weekly, March 9, 1935, p. 19
  226. Limelight Blues
    Franchot Tone, our new Prince Charming
    Collier's Weekly, June 30, 1934, p. 15
  227. Lines in a Diary
    The New Masses, April 6, 1937, p. 6
  228. Little Borgia
    Florence McGee, the villainess, as a child
    Collier's Weekly, August 31, 1935, p. 24
  229. A Little Code
    Life and letters of an outfielder
    Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1936, pp. 10-11
  230. Little Giant
    Ezra Stone, Broadway's busiest guy
    Collier's Weekly, April 27, 1940, p. 11
  231. Little Lulu
    Featherweight Lulu (Carlos) Costantino
    Collier's Weekly, August 1, 1942, pp. 24-25
  232. Lives of a Hollywood Director
    Henry Hathaway, foot-loose and fancy-free
    Collier's Weekly, September 5, 1936, p. 20
  233. Locked in the Cradle of the Deep
    But not safe from Davy Jones' unlocker. Mr. Charles M. Courtney
    Collier's Weekly, January 19, 1935, pp. 20-23
  234. Look Serious, Please
    The lives, public and private, of Helen Vinson
    Collier's Weekly, August 14, 1937, pp. 40-54
  235. Loony Lew
    Stammer, stammer, lips and stutter
    Collier's Weekly, July 9, 1938, p. 11
  236. Lou is Cleveland's Business
    Baseball fans in that city stand solidly behind Manager Boudreau
    Collier's Weekly, May 15, 1948, pp. 48-63
  237. Love and War
    The New Masses, December 8, 1936, pp. 7-8
  238. Made-to-Order Punks
    The Dead End kids go Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, July 29, 1939, p. 13
  239. Mae West: A Treatise on Decay
    The New Masses, October 9, 1934, p. 29
  240. Main Entrance
    The New Masses, December 15, 1936, p. 16
  241. The Man Stands Firm!
    Bill Davis, WLB boss, has made of mediation a fine art
    Collier's Weekly, August 12, 1944, p. 22
  242. Marjorie's Horse Comes In
    No more boots and saddle for Miss Reynolds
    Collier's Weekly, November 7, 1942, p. 20
  243. The Marx Brothers (1950)
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  244. Mary Had a Little Talent
    A closer view of the star of One Touch of Venus and Lute Song
    Collier's Weekly, March 2, 1946, pp. 16-17
  245. Memoirs of an Ostrich
    The New Masses, October 11, 1938, p. 10
  246. Mencken, Nathan and Boyd
    The New Masses, April 21, 1936, p. 29
  247. Mister Boxing
    Meet the historian of the fistic art---Editor Nat Fleischer
    Collier's Weekly, December 6, 1947, pp. 58-74
  248. Mitten on the Keys
    Henry Scott, pianist, would like to be taken seriously, but isn't
    Collier's Weekly, October 27, 1945, p. 21
  249. Monkeyshines
    Chimpanzees are the smartest people!
    Collier's Weekly, September 6, 1941, pp. 16-17
  250. More Thoughts While Thinking
    The New Masses, July 12, 1938, pp. 15-16
  251. Movie Entrance
    How to get into the movies
    Collier's Weekly, December 25, 1937, p. 14
  252. Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Lewis at Home
    The New Masses, December 28, 1937, p. 16
  253. Mr. Behrman and the Facts of Life
    The New Masses, March 29, 1938, p. 12
  254. Mr. Brown Goes to Town
    Meet Ohio State's new football coach
    Collier's Weekly, October 18, 1941, pp. 22-31
  255. Mr. Vanderbilt's Ocean
    The New Masses, October 2, 1934, pp. 41-42
  256. Mr. Woodall's Wife
    In public life, Miss Zasu Pitts
    Collier's Weekly, June 6, 1936, pp. 26-27
  257. Mr. Zanuck Bets Five Million
    Daryl Zanuck gambles his future on the movie Woodrow Wilson
    Collier's Weekly, July 22, 1944, pp. 18-19
  258. Murder on the Lawn
    The invigorating pasttime called lacrosse
    Collier's Weekly, September 28, 1935, p. 14
  259. Music round the Mountains
    Vermont goes in for symphony---strictly homemade
    Collier's Weekly, December 30, 1939, pp. 10-11
  260. Musical Express
    The Revuers---five funny people
    Collier's Weekly, November 25, 1939, p. 19
  261. Mustang Music
    That S.M.U. band
    Collier's Weekly, November 16, 1940, p. 16
  262. My Heart's in the Homeland
    Erich Maria Remarque, refugee
    Collier's Weekly, July 1, 1939, p. 11
  263. The Name is Jones
    Jennifer Jones bawled her way into Hollywood's prize role
    Collier's Weekly, April 24, 1943, pp. 78-81
  264. Nature---Bah!
    The New Masses, June 21, 1938, pp. 13-14
  265. Navy Air Boss
    Admiral John S. McCain takes on one of the toughest jobs of the war
    Collier's Weekly, October 23, 1943, p. 21
  266. New Faith at Valley Forge
    By miracles of patience and skill, plastic surgery is restoring shattered veterans
    Collier's Weekly, December 16, 1944, pp. 20-21
  267. "The New Gulliver"
    The New Masses, November 12, 1935, p. 29
  268. The New Penny---and How It Grew
    The problem was what to make of it, now copper had gone to war
    Collier's Weekly, August 7, 1943, pp. 36-61
  269. The New Quitters
    The Forum, October 1932, pp. 234-236
  270. The Newhouser Nuisance
    He's obnoxious to every American League club except Detroit
    Collier's Weekly, July 19, 1947, pp. 16-17
  271. Nice and Young
    Self-possession in a maelstrom
    Collier's Weekly, May 21, 1938, p. 19
  272. No Glamor Gal
    Teresa Wright believes that ability, not clothes, make the actress
    Collier's Weekly, May 23, 1942, p. 13
  273. No Illusions
    Broadway Producer Cheryl Crawford is strictly business
    Collier's Weekly, July 4, 1942, pp. 46-53
  274. No Intermission
    Gale Sondergaard takes acting seriously
    Collier's Weekly, October 16, 1937, p. 11
  275. No Part Too Tough
    John Garfield's authentic touch
    Collier's Weekly, April 15, 1939, p. 11
  276. No Props
    Miss Sheila Barrett: one's a company
    Collier's Weekly, December 26, 1936, p. 20
  277. No Tires Today, Brother!
    The story on the national rubber situation brought up to date
    Collier's Weekly, July 28, 1945, pp. 54-62
  278. Norman Thomas on the Sidelines
    The New Masses, December 7, 1937, p. 12
  279. Not a Dry Eye
    The New Masses, January 15, 1935, p. 29
  280. Not from the GPU
    The New Masses, May 4, 1937, p. 26
  281. Not So Soft
    Baseball set to jazz
    Collier's Weekly, August 10, 1935, pp. 24-35
  282. Not Too Busy to Write
    The New Masses, November 1, 1938, p. 14
  283. Oh, You Beautiful Blonde!
    Collier's Weekly, April 2, 1949, pp. 28-29
  284. The Old Bus
    Hints that'll help you get more mileage out of the aging family car
    Collier's Weekly, March 23, 1946, pp. 78-79
  285. Old Hold Man
    Billy Sheridan, boss in college wrestling
    Collier's Weekly, April 12, 1941, pp. 62-74
  286. On Pins and Needles
    Garment workers on tour
    Collier's Weekly, November 12, 1938, pp. 34-43
  287. Once I Was a Toomler
    Collier's Weekly, May 14, 1949, p. 30
  288. One More River to Cross
    Control of the turbulent Missouri presents an urgent challenge to the U.S.
    Collier's Weekly, December 9, 1944, pp. 16-17
  289. The One-Hoss Shay
    The New Masses, October 4, 1938, p. 12
  290. Only Punks Get Punch-Drunk
    Old-timer Tom Sharkey proves it
    Collier's Weekly, May 13, 1939, pp. 62-73
  291. Oracle in Spats
    The New Masses, April 11, 1939, p. 19
  292. The Orchard
    A Story
    Scribners, March 1933, pp. 165-168
  293. Our Schools are a Scandal
    But well-planned federal aid seems a logical remedy
    Collier's Weekly, April 13, 1946, pp. 32-64
  294. Out of Character
    Guy Kibbee and Frank McHugh, actors at ease
    Collier's Weekly, March 23, 1935, pp. 30-32
  295. Out on Two Limsb
    How well do you know Betty Grable?
    Collier's Weekly, May 17, 1941, pp. 66-73
  296. The Owl-Like Splinter
    The nightmare who played baseball
    Collier's Weekly, September 5, 1942, p. 20
  297. Papa's Dream Girl
    Betty field almost turned down the lead in her husband's bit play
    Collier's Weekly, August 31, 1946, p. 14
  298. Parade in Boston
    The New Masses, May 28, 1935, p. 27
  299. Paris Model
    Michele Morgan, who dreams of Silver Towers
    Collier's Weekly, February 21, 1942, p. 21
  300. Passing Fancy
    Paul Christman, Missouri's sleepwalking flash
    Collier's Weekly, November 11, 1939, p. 11
  301. [+]
    "Peasants"---A Soviet Triumph (Review)
    The Peasants (1935 Film), by Fridrikh Ermler
    1. The Peasants (1935 Film) by Fridrikh Ermler
    The New Masses, September 10, 1935, p. 29
  302. Peel That Apple!
    Fun on the dance floor
    Collier's Weekly, December 4, 1937, pp. 22-27
  303. The Perils of Paulette
    Hollywood's enigma, Paulette Goddard
    Collier's Weekly, September 2, 1939, p. 11
  304. The Personality Kid
    It's Dona Dra so watch your step
    Collier's Weekly, April 25, 1942, p. 20
  305. Photo Mugs
    Get that picture!
    Collier's Weekly, November 28, 1936, pp. 18-19
  306. Play by Play
    A play producer's holiday
    Collier's Weekly, November 9, 1935, p. 20
  307. Podden the Expression
    Zerotel's short cut to comic stardom
    Collier's Weekly, September 19, 1942, pp. 78-85
  308. Poffenberger Pitching
    Eccentricities of a Tiger
    Collier's Weekly, August 6, 1938, p. 20
  309. Portrait of a Sap
    The New Masses, July 10, 1934, p. 30
  310. Praying for Peace
    The New Masses, September 3, 1935, p. 29
  311. Preacher in Song
    That describes Josh White, the man with a guitar and a message
    Collier's Weekly, November 16, 1946, pp. 70-75
  312. Preacher's Daughter
    Meet Pearl S. Buck
    Collier's Weekly, February 7, 1942, p. 20
  313. Pretty Pat
    Ursula Eileen Patricia Fraser Morison of Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, February 1, 1941, p. 15
  314. Pride of the Clan
    Hollywood George Montgomery finds it parents have relatives
    Collier's Weekly, July 25, 1942, p. 14
  315. Property Man
    Movie miracle maker
    Collier's Weekly, November 27, 1937, p. 14
  316. The Proud People (1944)
    A Novel
    2 Reviews
  317. The Pulitzer Prizes
    The New Masses, May 21, 1935, p. 29
  318. Pygmalion the Kid
    Some matters pertaining to Deanna Durbin
    Collier's Weekly, September 27, 1941, p. 14
  319. Queen of Parts
    Aline McMahon takes her characters as they come
    Collier's Weekly, June 23, 1934, p. 13
  320. Quick, Harlow, the Needle!
    Harvard's first nongraduate coach
    Collier's Weekly, October 12, 1935, p. 21
  321. Quick, the Needle!
    Something had to be done about the punk who was a genius
    Collier's Weekly, October 5, 1946, p. 16
  322. Race Against Time
    With Gene Venzke making the peace
    Collier's Weekly, November 30, 1940, p. 16
  323. The Railroads Fight Back
    And they're giving the bus and air lines stiff competition for the nation's passenger a...
    Collier's Weekly, December 28, 1946, pp. 16-17
  324. Ravishing Mystery
    She is Isa Miranda, from Milan
    Collier's Weekly, June 3, 1939, p. 18
  325. Reading from Left to Right (1938)
    3 Reviews, 3 Readable
  326. Ready for Casting
    The New Masses, October 25, 1938, p. 14
  327. Red Star Over China
    The New Masses, January 11, 1938, p. 12
  328. Redder Than the Rose (1935)
    5 Reviews, 3 Readable
  329. Redder Than the Rose
    The New Masses, December 4, 1934, p. 26
  330. Reductio Ad Mercurum
    The New Masses, July 30, 1935, p. 29
  331. Relief from Boredom
    The New Masses, March 3, 1936, p. 29
  332. Repairing War-Cracked Minds
    Army and Navy psychiatrists use rest, movies and music
    Collier's Weekly, September 23, 1944, pp. 22-23
  333. Reverse English
    The New Masses, November 17, 1936, pp. 17-18
  334. [+]
    As I Like It (Review)
    The Letters of D.H. Lawrence, by Aldous Huxley and D.H. Lawrence
    1. The Letters of D.H. Lawrence by Aldous Huxley and D.H. Lawrence
    Scribners, November 1932, p. 7
  335. [+]
    As I Like It (Review)
    The Nation at War, by Peyton C. March
    1. The Nation at War by Peyton C. March
    Scribners, November 1932, p. 13
  336. [+]
    As I Like It (3 Reviews)
    Sir Walter Scott, by John Buchan
    1. Sir Walter Scott by John Buchan
    2. The Laird of Abbotsford by Una Pope-Hennessy
    3. The Intimate Notebooks of George Jean Nathan by George Jean Nathan
    Scribners, November 1932, p. 14
  337. [+]
    As I Like It (21 Reviews)
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    1. They Winter Abroad by James Aston
    2. The Giant Swing by W.R. Burnett
    3. Black Mischief by Evelyn Waugh
    4. Ballet for Three Masks by James Cleugh
    5. Invitation to the Waltz by Rosamond Lehmann
    6. Wings Over Poland by Kenneth Malcolm Murray
    7. Bloody Years by Francis Yeats-Brown
    8. The Tragedy of Y by Barnaby Ross
    9. A Passing America by Cornelius Weygandt
    10. Big Business by A.S.M. Hutchinson
    11. The Life and Adventures of Aloysius O'Callaghan by T. Washington Metcalfe
    12. Mountain Blood by Emmett Gowen
    13. English Spring by Charles S. Brooks
    14. Filibusters in Barbary by Wyndham Lewis
    15. The Case Is Altered by William Plomer
    16. Sad Indian by Thames R. Williamson
    17. Royal Flush by Margaret Irwin
    18. Nobody Starves by Catharine Brody
    19. This Country of Yours by Morris Markey
    20. Native Tales of New Mexico by Frank G. Applegate
    21. A Princess in Exile by Grand-Duchess Marie
    Scribners, November 1932, pp. 16-25
  338. [+]
    Ride 'Em, Charlie! (Review)
    The new Charlie Chaplin picture, no dictator's delight
    1. The Great Dictator (1940 Film) by Charles Chaplin
    Collier's Weekly, March 16, 1940, p. 20
  339. Riot from Rio
    Jose Carioca, Brazil's ambassador to the world
    Collier's Weekly, December 19, 1942, pp. 91-93
  340. Rise and Fall of Cecil Beaton
    The New Masses, February 8, 1938, p. 16
  341. Rita the Rage
    Miss Hayworth of the incendiary appeal
    Collier's Weekly, May 3, 1941, p. 18
  342. The Road from Rome
    The New Masses, September 29, 1936, pp. 15-16
  343. The Roar of the Serfs
    Sounds of turmoil from the camp of the athletics
    Collier's Weekly, April 7, 1934, pp. 24-27
  344. Rodeo Ben
    For the loudest garments that ever draped a human frame, see Ben
    Collier's Weekly, August 4, 1945, pp. 70-76
  345. Rough and Rudy
    Mr. Rudolph York, the Kickapoo
    Collier's Weekly, July 2, 1938, p. 18
  346. Running Dogs Bark
    Discovery on the diamond
    Collier's Weekly, May 14, 1938, p. 17
  347. [+]
    Russian Steppes (2 Reviews)
    The Great Offensive, by Maurice Hindus
    1. The Great Offensive by Maurice Hindus
    2. Time, Forward! by Valentin Kataev
    Scribners, January 1934, p. 14
  348. The Same Old Wow
    Bicycle built for woe
    Collier's Weekly, December 12, 1936, pp. 36-42
  349. Satan Comes to Eden
    The New Masses, April 27, 1937, p. 12
  350. Scholars and Gents
    Every football team ought to have a school
    Collier's Weekly, October 17, 1936, pp. 10-11
  351. Second Chance
    And a winner, for Ellen Drew
    Collier's Weekly, June 17, 1939, p. 15
  352. Shake a Leg
    Hollywood missed its change
    Collier's Weekly, November 4, 1939, p. 18
  353. Shanty Up
    Portrait of a ball player---Mr. Hogan of the Boston Braves
    Collier's Weekly, July 14, 1934, p. 10
  354. She Acts by the Clock
    Edna May Oliver walks off the set
    Collier's Weekly, April 25, 1936, p. 17
  355. She Says It's Spanish
    Margaret Sullavan dodging the spotlight
    Collier's Weekly, March 17, 1934, pp. 22-23
  356. She Stops the Show
    Elizabeth Bergner, tempermental and determined
    Collier's Weekly, April 20, 1935, p. 11
  357. She'd Rather Be Irish
    Geraldine Fitzgerald can't forget the old sod
    Collier's Weekly, April 20, 1940, p. 11
  358. The Short Short Story
    Love Among the Beeves
    Collier's Weekly, December 22, 1934, p. 22
  359. The Short Short Story
    Here's How
    Collier's Weekly, July 25, 1936, p. 17
  360. The Short Short Story
    Fool Proof
    Collier's Weekly, June 5, 1937, p. 21
  361. The Short Short Story
    Working on the Railroad
    Collier's Weekly, January 3, 1942, p. 13
  362. The Short Short Story
    Potluck
    Collier's Weekly, June 27, 1942, pp. 58-65
  363. A Show is Born
    Until the first-night curtain rose on the new musical Mexican Hayride, everyone suffered
    Collier's Weekly, February 5, 1944, pp. 18-21
  364. Showboat 'Round the Bend
    A vanishing American tradition
    Collier's Weekly, July 15, 1939, p. 19
  365. Sinclair Lewis' Good Intentions
    The New Masses, November 30, 1937, p. 12
  366. Sinews for Sale
    A plethora of fine pitchers perturbs Mr. Sam Breadon of St. Louis
    Collier's Weekly, January 12, 1946, pp. 29-41
  367. Singing for a Living
    Personal appearances that baffled Hollywood---Mr. Nelson Eddy
    Collier's Weekly, August 15, 1936, p. 21
  368. Singing Girl
    Jane Froman, the girl who used to stutter
    Collier's Weekly, February 29, 1936, p. 17
  369. Singing Merman
    She's the top
    Collier's Weekly, February 16, 1935, p. 15
  370. Sister Sayers
    Broadway's luckiest girl
    Collier's Weekly, May 24, 1941, p. 14
  371. Sleeping Beauty
    It's Ruth Hussey, wide awake now
    Collier's Weekly, December 21, 1940, p. 12
  372. Slippery Morris
    The New Masses, April 19, 1938, p. 14
  373. Slippy Go Down
    The ski's the limit
    Collier's Weekly, February 9, 1935, pp. 24-53
  374. Slump in the Sun
    Reporting on the fading glories of the Florida Gold Rush
    Collier's Weekly, March 15, 1947, pp. 16-17
  375. "So Red the Rose"
    The New Masses, December 10, 1935, p. 29
  376. Sock, Brothers
    Gentlemen boxes
    Collier's Weekly, January 30, 1937, pp. 41-42
  377. The Sokolsky Gimmes
    The New Masses, March 1, 1938, p. 13
  378. Something to Fight About
    The plot against Miss Merkel
    Collier's Weekly, April 2, 1938, p. 17
  379. Soon I Am in Believue
    Production delayed
    Collier's Weekly, April 9, 1938, pp. 51-69
  380. Sorta Waitin'
    A baseball story that will bring you to your feet
    Collier's Weekly, May 28, 1932, pp. 18-19
  381. Speak to Me of Love
    The New Masses, November 6, 1934, p. 27
  382. Speaking of the Dance
    The New Masses, July 24, 1934, p. 29
  383. Spoiling Mr. Leacock's Run
    The New Masses, September 13, 1938, p. 12
  384. Squatter's Rights
    The Short Short Story
    Collier's Weekly, September 1, 1945, p. 22
  385. Stage Entrance
    Miss Peggy Conklin, up from the chorus
    Collier's Weekly, August 8, 1936, p. 26
  386. Stage-Struck
    Helen Craig makes the grade
    Collier's Weekly, April 5, 1941, p. 18
  387. Stand Back and Swing
    Rigors and hardships of table tennis
    Collier's Weekly, November 16, 1935, pp. 31-56
  388. Star Straighteners
    They keep the stars in their courses
    Collier's Weekly, July 3, 1937, p. 18
  389. The Star-Spangled Lady
    Collier's Weekly, November 13, 1943, pp. 32-73
  390. Steaks and Punts
    Ernie Lain, the juggernaut from Rice
    Collier's Weekly, October 8, 1938, p. 11
  391. "Stop the Fight!"
    The New Masses, February 15, 1938, p. 12
  392. Storm Over Alaska
    Cheechakos protest that Secretary Ickes is trying to give the territory abck to the Ind...
    Collier's Weekly, March 31, 1945, p. 20
  393. Straight Shooter
    The wonder boy of basketball
    Collier's Weekly, January 8, 1938, p. 20
  394. Strength Through Joy
    The New Masses, August 4, 1936, p. 8
  395. The Strenuous Life
    Little Miss Joan Leslie
    Collier's Weekly, June 28, 1941, p. 13
  396. Strictly from Anger
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  397. Strip to Fame
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    Collier's Weekly, December 19, 1936, p. 13
  398. "Such Interesting People You Meet"
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  399. Sweet and Hot
    The Andrews sisters swing it
    Collier's Weekly, October 28, 1939, p. 16
  400. Swivel Hips
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    Collier's Weekly, October 12, 1940, p. 21
  401. Take It, Jigger
    Jigger Statz, who just keeps rollin' along
    Collier's Weekly, June 14, 1941, p. 19
  402. Ted Williams, the Series and Me
    What should a sure-fire jinx do to save the World Series?
    Collier's Weekly, September 28, 1946, pp. 24-40
  403. Temper from Paris
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    Collier's Weekly, April 3, 1937, p. 11
  404. A Texan in King Michael's Court
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    Collier's Weekly, November 25, 1944, pp. 16-17
  405. Thar's Gold in Them Hillbillies
    The world goes to school in Kentucky
    Collier's Weekly, April 30, 1938, pp. 24-29
  406. The Theater: "Paradise Lost"
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  407. "There Goes Rusty!"
    And after him go the world's fastest greyhounds
    Collier's Weekly, August 21, 1948, pp. 26-27
  408. These Russians
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  409. They Think They Win
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  410. This is Cheesecake
    American photography's favorite subject---the female form divine
    Collier's Weekly, January 22, 1944, pp. 20-21
  411. This is the Army
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    Collier's Weekly, October 17, 1942, pp. 14-16
  412. This is the Day of Opportunity
    A great industrialist speaks his mind~Henry J. Ford
    Collier's Weekly, November 10, 1934, pp. 7-8
  413. This Land of Ours
    The New Masses, June 16, 1936, p. 29
  414. Thomas Wolfe
    The New Masses, September 27, 1938, p. 14
  415. Thoughts While Thinking
    The New Masses, March 8, 1938, p. 14
  416. Three Loves has She
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    Collier's Weekly, August 16, 1941, p. 16
  417. Too Many Years of Grace
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  418. Top Heavy
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    Collier's Weekly, September 26, 1936, p. 17
  419. Topics of the Times
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  420. Total Recoil (1960)
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    The New Masses, November 13, 1934, p. 27
  422. The Transpacific Wow
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    Collier's Weekly, November 23, 1935, pp. 22-24
  423. Trouping Alone
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    Collier's Weekly, March 3, 1934, pp. 24-31
  424. The Unbelievable Browns
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    Collier's Weekly, September 2, 1944, p. 14
  425. The Unbowed Head
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    Collier's Weekly, March 9, 1946, pp. 49-53
  426. Under Your Own Power
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    Collier's Weekly, July 11, 1936, p. 11
  427. Understudy to Success
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    Collier's Weekly, March 28, 1942, p. 21
  428. The Unsmiling Russians
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  429. Unsosphisticated Lady
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    Collier's Weekly, May 4, 1940, p. 12
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    Collier's Weekly, October 25, 1941, pp. 42-53
  431. Up-and-Coming June
    A bluff started June Allyson on the stage, but her movie success is no phony
    Collier's Weekly, November 11, 1944, pp. 24-26
  432. The Uprising of El Indio
    Alias Emilio Fernandez, Mexico's colorful cinema director
    Collier's Weekly, January 4, 1947, pp. 28-29
  433. The Vanderbilts and the Rats
    The New Masses, October 16, 1934, p. 14
  434. Variations on an Old Theme
    The New Masses, December 21, 1937, p. 13
  435. Veni, Vidi, Valli
    Meet the lady known only as Valli---Italy's gift to Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, January 3, 1948, pp. 30-31
  436. The Very Tall Young Men
    West Texas' basketballers are good and big
    Collier's Weekly, February 14, 1942, p. 23
  437. Vinegar Bill, the Ivory Scout
    The baseball scout exchanges his false whiskers for a checkbook
    Collier's Weekly, March 12, 1938, p. 18
  438. Visiting Team
    Relaxation on the road
    Collier's Weekly, April 17, 1937, p. 19
  439. The Voice of Courage
    It takes a lot more than polio to down Marjorie Lawrence
    Collier's Weekly, March 20, 1943, pp. 31-32
  440. The Voice
    Meet Helen Traubel, America's greatest soprano
    Collier's Weekly, January 31, 1942, p. 19
  441. Wailing Wall Streeters
    The New Masses, March 16, 1937, pp. 7-8
  442. The Wails of St. Mary's
    The New Masses, October 29, 1935, p. 29
  443. Waite, the Boy Wonder
    The prosperity of Mr. Hoyt
    Collier's Weekly, June 22, 1935, p. 19
  444. Wanted: A Theater
    The New Masses, October 18, 1938, p. 15
  445. Wanted: Great Songs
    The New Masses, January 25, 1938, p. 12
  446. Watch for Bacall
    Hollywood's newest sensation again proves out that Cinderella legend
    Collier's Weekly, October 21, 1944, pp. 64-81
  447. Watch These Guys
    All-Americas in the bud
    Collier's Weekly, September 30, 1939, p. 11
  448. Watch Whalen
    The New Masses, May 10, 1938, pp. 11-12
  449. We Need Airships
    If we are to compete in postwar air transportation, we must build dirigibles
    Collier's Weekly, June 10, 1944, pp. 14-15
  450. The Week's Preview
    Collier's Weekly, November 6, 1948, pp. 52-55
  451. The Week's Preview
    Collier's Weekly, November 20, 1948, pp. 82-89
  452. The Week's Preview
    Collier's Weekly, October 2, 1948, pp. 74-89
  453. The Week's Preview
    Collier's Weekly, October 9, 1948, pp. 64-71
  454. Welles' Wonderland
    Orson the Great abandoned stage and screen to become the Barnum of magic
    Collier's Weekly, September 4, 1943, pp. 14-15
  455. The Whambam Man
    He's Steve Van Buren, one of pro football's great running backs
    Collier's Weekly, November 17, 1945, pp. 88-92
  456. [+]
    What America Needs (Review)
    S.S. Utah, by Mike Pell
    1. S.S. Utah by Mike Pell
    The New Masses, February 13, 1934, p. 27
  457. What God Hath Wrought!
    The New Masses, April 7, 1936, p. 45
  458. What to Do Until the Vet Comes
    Collier's Weekly, October 23, 1948, pp. 48-57
  459. What We Can Do, We Must Do Now!
    The New Masses, April 13, 1937, pp. 11-12
  460. Whee-e-e-e!
    Pennsylvania builds a motorist's dream highway
    Collier's Weekly, May 11, 1940, pp. 22-73
  461. The Wheels Go Round and Round
    But carnival suckers never get an even break---and they love it!
    Collier's Weekly, September 14, 1946, pp. 20-21
  462. Whether Man
    New York's Blizzard of '47 put the forecasters on a spot
    Collier's Weekly, March 6, 1948, pp. 28-60
  463. White Hope of Housing
    Wilson Wyatt is the right man for the job of creating the homes the nation needs
    Collier's Weekly, April 20, 1946, pp. 26-37
  464. Who Says the Road Show Is Dead?
    Scribners, July 1927, pp. 49-53
  465. Who's a Bum
    The edifying history of Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom
    Collier's Weekly, February 18, 1939, p. 13
  466. Why Did Whitney Confess?
    The New Masses, March 22, 1938, p. 11
  467. Why Do They Sell Out?
    The New Masses, February 22, 1938, p. 18
  468. Why I Am Not a Fascist
    The New Masses, December 17, 1935, p. 45
  469. Wild Man from Hoboken
    Basketball Referee Pat Kennedy has color. He makes people see red, too
    Collier's Weekly, February 16, 1946, pp. 54-62
  470. Will the Boosters Stay Mum?
    Scribners, February 1932, pp. 111-127
  471. Wolverine Express
    The little boys of Michigan charge ahead toward a title and the Rose Bowl
    Collier's Weekly, November 29, 1947, pp. 86-93
  472. Working Like a Dog
    The Bricklayers prove doggedness is a stepping-stone to success
    Collier's Weekly, November 21, 1942, pp. 56-57
  473. The World by the Tail
    The New Masses, August 20, 1935, p. 29
  474. The World Gone Mad
    The New Masses, September 24, 1935, pp. 9-10
  475. Ye Compleat Profession
    The New Masses, November 24, 1936, p. 11
  476. You Don't Need Glamor
    If you've got what Nancy Coleman's got
    Collier's Weekly, August 15, 1942, p. 12
  477. Young and Lively
    The Lane sisters at home
    Collier's Weekly, February 12, 1938, pp. 36-37
  478. The Young Idea
    All sisters and all lovely
    Collier's Weekly, November 18, 1939, p. 13
  479. Young Man with a Sneer
    Collier's Weekly, April 16, 1949, pp. 22-23
  480. Zeb Pike
    Scribners, October 1927, pp. 462-467
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