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  1. About to Shine
    Next year's heroes
    Collier's Weekly, September 7, 1935, pp. 18-19
  2. After Germany's Surrender
    The peace must be enforced rigidly
    Collier's Weekly, September 30, 1944, p. 13
  3. Afternoon on Eighth Avenue
    Put factory
    Collier's Weekly, June 18, 1938, pp. 51-69
  4. The Alger Boys
    Primo Carnera vs. Tommy Loughran, a study in contrasts
    Collier's Weekly, February 17, 1934, pp. 24-53
  5. All a Gag
    The springs of laughter, located in Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, June 1, 1935, pp. 22-23
  6. All Expenses Paid
    The amateur's profession
    Collier's Weekly, August 18, 1934, pp. 22-23
  7. Amateur Athlete
    George Kojac, a champion who knows better
    Collier's Weekly, August 31, 1935, p. 26
  8. The Amazing Mr. Doolittle (1953)
    A Biography of Lieutenant General James H. Doolittle
    1 Review
  9. The Amazing Selzicks, Part II
    Hollywood dynasty
    Collier's Weekly, June 4, 1938, p. 19
  10. The Amazing Selznicks, Part I
    Inside Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, May 28, 1938, p. 11
  11. America's Greatest Naval Battle
    First of three parts. Composite report on the Second Battle of the Philippines
    Collier's Weekly, January 13, 1945, pp. 11-13
  12. America's Greatest Naval Battle
    Second of three parts. Report on the Second Battle of the Philippines
    Collier's Weekly, January 20, 1945, pp. 18-19
  13. America's Greatest Naval Battle
    Conclusion. Composite report of the Second Battle of the Philippines
    Collier's Weekly, January 27, 1945, p. 18
  14. Anglers Away!
    An intimate glimpse into the affairs of the trout
    Collier's Weekly, May 26, 1934, p. 16
  15. [+]
    Architect of Death (Review)
    Heydrich: Hitler's Most Evil Henchman, by Charles Wighton
    1. Heydrich: Hitler's Most Evil Henchman by Charles Wighton
    The Saturday Review, November 24, 1962, pp. 40-42
  16. Artful Dodger
    Casey Stengel's recipe for running a ball club
    Collier's Weekly, July 21, 1934, p. 11
  17. Astonished Dictator
    Meet Colonel Batista, who keeps Cuba hopping and guessing
    Collier's Weekly, June 19, 1937, p. 12
  18. Astonishing Young Man
    Jefferson Davis Dickson, promoting as usual
    Collier's Weekly, September 22, 1934, pp. 24-25
  19. [+]
    Athens on Lake Michigan (Review)
    Gaily, Gaily, by Ben Hecht
    1. Gaily, Gaily by Ben Hecht
    The Saturday Review, August 24, 1963, p. 46
  20. Attention Mr. Smith
    The birth of a hero
    Collier's Weekly, December 16, 1933, pp. 16-17
  21. Ballerina Without Accent
    Nana Gollner, America's gift to the ballet
    Collier's Weekly, February 3, 1940, p. 16
  22. Basque Ball
    Quick work on the jai alai court
    Collier's Weekly, June 5, 1937, p. 12
  23. [+]
    Bell, Bat, and Stengel (2 Reviews)
    Sports of the Times, by Arthur Daley
    1. Sports of the Times by Arthur Daley
    2. Third Man in the Ring by Ruby Goldstein
    The Saturday Review, November 21, 1959, pp. 48-49
  24. Berlin Billboard
    The dramatic story of a woman's revenge
    Collier's Weekly, August 10, 1935, p. 13
  25. Berlin Dinner Party
    In pursuit of The Nightingale
    Collier's Weekly, March 28, 1936, pp. 15-16
  26. Bet You a hat
    Bill Terry, miracle man---model of 1934
    Collier's Weekly, March 31, 1934, pp. 18-19
  27. Between Bites
    The drink's on Mickey Walker
    Collier's Weekly, April 24, 1937, p. 21
  28. Bewildering Lou
    Presenting Lou Little, a coach with a new outlook on his game
    Collier's Weekly, October 13, 1934, p. 16
  29. Black Planes at Night
    Our correspondent keeps score on a night fight
    Collier's Weekly, August 30, 1941, p. 15
  30. Block and Tackle
    Mel Hein, the Giants' gridiron pride
    Collier's Weekly, November 4, 1939, p. 20
  31. Spy Story
    Blood-Brothers
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 1953, pp. 9-17
  32. Bloody Salerno
    What happened when Yanks landed---and found the Nazis ready for them
    Collier's Weekly, October 16, 1943, p. 13
  33. Bloody Salerno, Part II
    Our Fifth Army fights for a toehold on Italy's mainland
    Collier's Weekly, October 23, 1943, p. 20
  34. The Bluebeard Murderer
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, November 1959, pp. 104-120
  35. Boat Trip to Dieppe
    Collier's reporter completes his epic of Commando courage at Dieppe
    Collier's Weekly, September 19, 1942, p. 13
  36. Bomber Pilot
    An R.A.F. hero gets down to earth
    Collier's Weekly, March 29, 1941, p. 11
  37. Bowery Boys
    Fellows who found friends---the story of the boys' clubs
    Collier's Weekly, November 2, 1935, pp. 22-23
  38. Britain's Labor Boss
    Ernest Bevin, the workingman's friend
    Collier's Weekly, August 31, 1940, p. 15
  39. Broadway Madhouse
    Hell za Poppin, insanity fair
    Collier's Weekly, December 10, 1938, pp. 16-17
  40. Business of State
    What the doctor ordered for Ohio
    Collier's Weekly, February 22, 1936, pp. 22-23
  41. Business Woman
    Sally Rand, without fan or bubble
    Collier's Weekly, August 26, 1939, p. 23
  42. By Quentin Reynolds (1963)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  43. California Kid
    Sam Champman, doing nicely
    Collier's Weekly, August 27, 1938, p. 21
  44. Canada Kicks Off
    Football to the north of us
    Collier's Weekly, December 26, 1936, p. 15
  45. Casey Jones Was the Rounder's Name
    On a big eight-wheeler of a mighty fame
    Collier's Weekly, August 12, 1939, pp. 26-53
  46. Chaplain Courageous
    First of two parts. The spirit of Padre O'Callahan, perhaps more than anything else, wa...
    Collier's Weekly, June 23, 1945, pp. 11-13
  47. Chaplain Courageous
    The second of two parts. How the carrier Franklin survived her ordeal by fire and lived...
    Collier's Weekly, June 30, 1945, pp. 14-15
  48. Charming Young Man
    David Niven crashes Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, January 8, 1938, p. 23
  49. Children Behind Barbed Wire
    A school of indoctrination in democracy for Hitler's Jugend
    Collier's Weekly, October 27, 1945, pp. 18-19
  50. Children of Mars
    Russia's boys and girls mobilize for the right
    Collier's Weekly, June 26, 1943, p. 11
  51. Churchill at 90: Twilight of a hero
    The Saturday Evening Post, November 28, 1964, pp. 15-17
  52. City of Courage
    How Moscow awaited the worst
    Collier's Weekly, November 8, 1941, p. 13
  53. City on Ice
    Smeltania, city for a season
    Collier's Weekly, March 9, 1940, pp. 18-19
  54. Comeback in Comedy
    Collier's correspondent cover the Laugh Front---with Joe Lewis
    Collier's Weekly, July 4, 1942, p. 22
  55. Coningham's Cats
    Collier's correspondent follows the new war in Africa
    Collier's Weekly, December 20, 1941, p. 14
  56. Convoy (1942)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  57. The Convoy Arrived Safely
    Our correspondent goes to England by convoy and lives to tell you about it
    Collier's Weekly, May 31, 1941, pp. 14-15
  58. Country Unafraid
    Collier's Weekly, November 6, 1948, pp. 16-17
  59. Court Marshall
    College basketball goes to town
    Collier's Weekly, January 14, 1939, p. 19
  60. Courtroom: The Story of Samuel S. Leibowitz (1950)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  61. Cow Pasture Pool
    A golf course that's much more than a golf course
    Collier's Weekly, October 6, 1934, p. 21
  62. Crazy Over Horses
    Saratoga's industry
    Collier's Weekly, July 30, 1938, pp. 38-45
  63. [+]
    Crimes That Pay (2 Reviews)
    The Purveyor, by John Starr
    1. The Purveyor by John Starr
    2. A Two-Dollar Bet Means Murder by Fred J. Cook
    The Saturday Review, June 3, 1961, p. 20
  64. The Cruelest Man in the World
    He kept his accounts in human lives
    Collier's Weekly, March 14, 1936, pp. 56-72
  65. The Curtain Rises (1944)
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  66. Custer's Last Stand (1952)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  67. D-Day Japan
    What the invaders can expect to find back of the beaches of Japan
    Collier's Weekly, August 25, 1945, pp. 21-23
  68. Dark Dynamite
    Joe Louis, ready for all comers
    Collier's Weekly, June 22, 1935, p. 16
  69. [+]
    Darling Dubliner (Review)
    For the Life of Me, by Robert Briscoe and Alden Hatch
    1. For the Life of Me by Robert Briscoe and Alden Hatch
    The Saturday Review, November 1, 1958, p. 33
  70. Death in Headlines
    When news spells tragedy
    Collier's Weekly, August 13, 1938, pp. 9-11
  71. Death Patrol
    A Collier's reporter visits the fighting French Air Force
    Collier's Weekly, June 29, 1940, p. 19
  72. Deep in Our Heart...
    The truth about our national "indifference" in the war effort
    Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1942, p. 12
  73. Desert Tank Battle
    Collier's correspondent watches the British go to work in Libya
    Collier's Weekly, January 3, 1942, p. 14
  74. Desert Tank Battle
    Part II of an epic description of the fight in Libya
    Collier's Weekly, January 10, 1942, p. 25
  75. Dinner with Churchill
    Collier's correspondent spends a week end at the prime minister's home
    Collier's Weekly, September 20, 1941, pp. 11-13
  76. Diplomat on the Spot
    The U.S. ambassador to Russia speaks out and the air is cleared
    Collier's Weekly, July 24, 1943, p. 13
  77. Direct Hit
    Eyewitness account of an air raid on London
    Collier's Weekly, October 19, 1940, p. 11
  78. Dreams for Sale
    Lord Beaverbrook peddles his papers
    Collier's Weekly, July 2, 1938, p. 16
  79. Dress Rehearsal (1943)
    The Story of Dieppe
    6 Reviews, 3 Readable
  80. Dunkirk---One World Town
    The humanitarian plan adopted by its citizens could abolish war
    Collier's Weekly, June 7, 1947, pp. 12-13
  81. Eight Hours
    Off-stage drama in a night club
    Collier's Weekly, December 25, 1937, pp. 20-21
  82. The Eisenhowers of Kansas
    Collier's Weekly, December 18, 1948, pp. 18-19
  83. England Won't Lose
    Growing muscles of war
    Collier's Weekly, April 15, 1939, p. 16
  84. [+]
    Era of Wonderful Nonsense (Review)
    The Year the World Went Mad, by Allen Churchill
    1. The Year the World Went Mad by Allen Churchill
    The Saturday Review, March 12, 1960, pp. 72-73
  85. Europe's Battle Cry of Freedom
    Collier's Weekly, October 30, 1948, pp. 28-29
  86. Every Car Has One
    A driver, that is, and how good are you?
    Collier's Weekly, October 21, 1939, pp. 14-15
  87. Experiment in Democracy
    How the Army is training future leaders of a self-governing Germany
    Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1946, pp. 12-13
  88. [+]
    Fabulous Operation of "The Brain" (Review)
    The Big Bankroll, by Leo Katcher
    1. The Big Bankroll by Leo Katcher
    The Saturday Review, February 7, 1959, p. 32
  89. Falstaff of the Fifties
    Meet the famous restauranteur, Toots Shor, who insults only those he likes
    Collier's Weekly, October 12, 1946, pp. 70-88
  90. Fast Company
    Man's challenge to time and distance
    Collier's Weekly, July 20, 1935, pp. 26-36
  91. Father Was Right
    The career and principles of Adolphe Menjou
    Collier's Weekly, June 25, 1938, p. 11
  92. The Fiction Factory (1956)
    Or, from Pulp Row to Quality Street: The Story of 100 Years of Publishing at ...
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  93. Fifty Seconds' Work
    Doc Bagley, a good man to have in your corner
    Collier's Weekly, November 30, 1935, p. 16
  94. The Fighting Cardinal
    Collier's correspondent interviews His Eminence Cardinal
    Collier's Weekly, September 26, 1942, p. 21
  95. Fighting Man
    And a lady from Park Avenue
    Collier's Weekly, December 7, 1935, pp. 12-13
  96. [+]
    The Final Solution Was Slaughter (Review)
    Commandant of Auschwitz, by Rudolf Hoess
    1. Commandant of Auschwitz by Rudolf Hoess
    The Saturday Review, April 16, 1960, p. 24
  97. First Family
    The Turnesas, seven champion golfers
    Collier's Weekly, September 25, 1937, pp. 50-54
  98. First You Buy a Horse
    Young Al Vanderbilt did, and now look
    Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1940, pp. 22-63
  99. Football Town
    The pride of Green Bay
    Collier's Weekly, November 6, 1937, pp. 62-75
  100. The French Fight to Live
    Fini la guerre! But Paris still carries on against cold and hunger
    Collier's Weekly, November 10, 1945, pp. 20-21
  101. The Frisco Kid
    Mr. Joseph DiMaggio, a baseball player
    Collier's Weekly, June 13, 1936, pp. 22-24
  102. Front Seat in Flanders
    A Collier's correspondent spends a day in No Man's Land
    Collier's Weekly, July 6, 1940, p. 13
  103. Full Moon Over London
    Things that will have to be paid for
    Collier's Weekly, June 28, 1941, p. 14
  104. G.I. Hamlet
    Maurice Evans brings Shakespeare to the soldiers undiluted---and they love it
    Collier's Weekly, March 24, 1945, p. 14
  105. Galloping Gal
    Rabbit chaser
    Collier's Weekly, July 25, 1936, pp. 22-23
  106. George Windsor, Citizen of London
    A Collier's correspondent looks at a King
    Collier's Weekly, January 18, 1941, p. 15
  107. A Girl Named Dora
    She wore mink
    Collier's Weekly, July 16, 1938, pp. 22-37
  108. The Girl Who Knows Horses
    Mary Hirsch, licensed trainer
    Collier's Weekly, April 4, 1936, pp. 22-23
  109. Girls at Camp
    They learn how to live
    Collier's Weekly, March 4, 1939, p. 16
  110. Give Me Real People
    Director LaCava's formula
    Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1938, p. 18
  111. Glove Money
    They can't keep it
    Collier's Weekly, January 6, 1934, p. 13
  112. "God, Make Us Forget"
    Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1949, pp. 50-56
  113. Going! Going! Gone!
    Wild game's last stand---rush the reinforcements
    Collier's Weekly, February 8, 1936, p. 21
  114. Golf is a Game
    But to millionaire Ronnie Reeves it was a way of life
    Collier's Weekly, November 15, 1947, pp. 11-13
  115. The Gong and Dance Man
    Max Baer and the good fight
    Collier's Weekly, January 27, 1934, p. 11
  116. Good Kids
    The rising crop of fighters
    Collier's Weekly, June 30, 1934, pp. 24-25
  117. The Great Duck Famine
    Keep your eye on the bird
    Collier's Weekly, October 20, 1934, pp. 16-17
  118. A Great Man's Son
    Young Bob Fitzsimmons, a boxer
    Collier's Weekly, February 3, 1934, pp. 24-27
  119. The Great White Death
    Collier's Weekly, March 19, 1949, pp. 16-17
  120. Guns for Invasion
    Your boy is fighting with the best weapons in the world
    Collier's Weekly, May 27, 1944, pp. 18-21
  121. Hand in Glove
    Tony Canzoneri, a good little man
    Collier's Weekly, July 18, 1936, p. 16
  122. Handy Sande
    The odyssey of a great jockey
    Collier's Weekly, July 13, 1935, p. 17
  123. A Hard Day's Work
    A Saturday on the Fordham bench
    Collier's Weekly, November 25, 1939, pp. 68-77
  124. Hard-Luck Guy
    Bobby Cruickshank, out of a prison camp onto the fairway
    Collier's Weekly, August 4, 1934, pp. 14-15
  125. Harry the Horse
    Harry Danning talking
    Collier's Weekly, July 23, 1938, p. 18
  126. Hartnett Catching
    The gabbiest guy in baseball
    Collier's Weekly, August 21, 1937, p. 18
  127. Have You a Reservation?
    New York's leading purveyors of night life
    Collier's Weekly, October 1, 1938, p. 16
  128. He Built Our Navy
    What Jim Forrestal accomplished as a public servant made the invasion possible
    Collier's Weekly, July 15, 1944, p. 16
  129. He Could Take It
    But his test didn't come on the gridiron
    Collier's Weekly, November 12, 1932, pp. 18-19
  130. He Feeds England
    Lord Woolton looks after the larder
    Collier's Weekly, November 9, 1940, p. 15
  131. He Grew Up Late
    Rabbit Maranville, baseball player
    Collier's Weekly, June 9, 1934, p. 17
  132. He Likes to Play Ball
    Lou Gehrig, an addition to anyone's ball club
    Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1935, p. 20
  133. Headquarters (1955)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  134. Here's Where You Come In
    If America needs your skill, she'll call you
    Collier's Weekly, July 25, 1942, p. 20
  135. Hit and Run Drivers
    A baseball club's manager has to be smart
    Collier's Weekly, April 18, 1936, pp. 20-25
  136. Hit the Road!
    Speed on wheels
    Collier's Weekly, October 10, 1936, p. 9
  137. Hollywood Sweepstakes
    Stars in the making
    Collier's Weekly, December 24, 1938, pp. 20-21
  138. How Red is My Valley
    The West coal miners, Britain's forgotten men
    Collier's Weekly, November 7, 1942, pp. 22-31
  139. How's Your Ground Stroke?
    A volley of advice---from an expert
    Collier's Weekly, July 7, 1934, p. 12
  140. I Can Hit Pretty Good
    Carl Hubbell: he won't talk about pitching
    Collier's Weekly, July 24, 1937, p. 18
  141. I Don't Like to Travel
    Odyssey of a famous war correspondent
    Collier's Weekly, March 7, 1942, p. 19
  142. I Flew for Israel
    Collier's Weekly, April 30, 1949, p. 15
  143. I, Willie Sutton (1953)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  144. Ice Man
    The hardest thing about skating
    Collier's Weekly, February 10, 1934, p. 15
  145. In Spite of Hitler
    What's going on beneath the surface in Germany
    Collier's Weekly, June 24, 1939, pp. 18-19
  146. In Which He Serves
    Noel Coward's magnificent tribute to the British Navy
    Collier's Weekly, January 2, 1943, pp. 20-22
  147. [+]
    Intercontinental Pranks (Review)
    Dr. Panto Fogo, by Philip K. Saunders
    1. Dr. Panto Fogo by Philip K. Saunders
    The Saturday Review, July 30, 1960, p. 29
  148. Invasion
    This is the way it will be says Collier's veteran correspondent
    Collier's Weekly, April 8, 1944, pp. 16-17
  149. The Irish Can't Believe It
    Invasion, me eye!
    Collier's Weekly, August 3, 1940, p. 11
  150. Irish Eyes Are Smiling
    It seems there are two fighting Irishman
    Collier's Weekly, June 3, 1939, pp. 22-58
  151. It Happened in Mississippi
    Collier's Weekly, July 30, 1949, pp. 19-21
  152. It Happens in Moscow
    Good living and theater offer some relief from horrible bloodshed
    Collier's Weekly, August 21, 1943, p. 19
  153. Italian Boys Town
    War's brood of Dead-End Kids is being reclaimed by kindness
    Collier's Weekly, December 7, 1946, pp. 13-15
  154. It's Still Churchill's Channel
    Berlin papers please copy
    Collier's Weekly, October 12, 1940, p. 9
  155. Ivory Hunter
    Charley Graham, whose business is ballplayers
    Collier's Weekly, July 15, 1939, pp. 23-33
  156. [+]
    The Judge of Erin (Review)
    The Steadfast Man, by Paul Gallico
    1. The Steadfast Man by Paul Gallico
    The Saturday Review, May 3, 1958, p. 17
  157. [+]
    June 6th Appointment in Normandy (Review)
    Night Drop, by S.L.A. Marshall
    1. Night Drop by S.L.A. Marshall
    The Saturday Review, July 7, 1962, p. 31
  158. Jungle Dance
    Rumba in the raw
    Collier's Weekly, November 27, 1937, p. 12
  159. Just a Second
    When careers hang in the balance
    Collier's Weekly, April 28, 1934, p. 10
  160. Keep Punching
    Red Dutton, distinguished club man
    Collier's Weekly, February 13, 1937, p. 18
  161. Kid Brother
    Levene, alias New York
    Collier's Weekly, October 30, 1937, pp. 58-59
  162. Kid Glover
    Pastor comes out fighting
    Collier's Weekly, September 18, 1937, p. 21
  163. The Kids Grew Up
    Gertrude Lawrence and Noel Coward, a happy combination
    Collier's Weekly, February 10, 1940, p. 11
  164. Laughing Boys
    Stanford takes the field
    Collier's Weekly, December 29, 1934, pp. 34-38
  165. Leave It to the People (1949)
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  166. Left Turn
    Southpaws tee off
    Collier's Weekly, August 8, 1936, p. 15
  167. Legs Last Just So Long
    But a fighting heart is good to the end---especially in baseball
    Collier's Weekly, July 29, 1933, pp. 14-15
  168. Lessons of War
    An English boys' school carries on
    Collier's Weekly, March 15, 1941, pp. 16-17
  169. Letter to a Man with a Boy in Ireland
    Collier correspondent reports on the A.E.F. in Ulster
    Collier's Weekly, October 10, 1942, pp. 12-13
  170. Letter to a Man with a Boy in Ireland
    Collier's correspondent reports on the Navy and the Marines in Londonderry
    Collier's Weekly, October 17, 1942, p. 22
  171. Life by the Pint
    Collier's correspondent watches Moscow labor over its wounded
    Collier's Weekly, November 15, 1941, p. 13
  172. The Life of Saint Patrick (1955)
  173. The Little Black Horse
    Courage on the race track
    Collier's Weekly, August 11, 1934, p. 9
  174. A London Diary (1941)
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  175. London---City of Caves
    Life in the air-raid shelters of London
    Collier's Weekly, November 16, 1940, p. 15
  176. The Lone Ranger
    Boucher, last of the old guard
    Collier's Weekly, February 12, 1938, pp. 22-35
  177. The Long Road Back
    Marvels of physical rehabiliation are beformed by Russia's phycho-surgeons
    Collier's Weekly, July 31, 1943, p. 15
  178. [+]
    Long Road to the Center Court (Review)
    I Always Wanted to Be Somebody, by Althea Gibson and Ed Fitzgerald
    1. I Always Wanted to Be Somebody by Althea Gibson and Ed Fitzgerald
    The Saturday Review, November 29, 1958, p. 16
  179. Lord Hush-Hush
    London correspondents discover the censorship
    Collier's Weekly, August 23, 1941, p. 20
  180. Luck in Strange Places
    Victor McLaglen: he has a license to look tough
    Collier's Weekly, November 16, 1935, p. 19
  181. Macapagal the Incorruptible (1965)
    1 Review
  182. [+]
    Magic and Mystery in the Sky (Review)
    Fate Is the Hunter, by Ernest K. Gann
    1. Fate Is the Hunter by Ernest K. Gann
    The Saturday Review, February 18, 1961, p. 24
  183. The Making of a Hero
    Formula for a baseball player
    Collier's Weekly, April 23, 1938, pp. 50-53
  184. Man About Towns
    Eddie Brannick, the Giants' accomplished secretary
    Collier's Weekly, May 1, 1937, pp. 25-27
  185. [+]
    Man Against the Mobs (Review)
    Dry Days and Lawless Years, by John H. Lyle
    1. Dry Days and Lawless Years by John H. Lyle
    The Saturday Review, December 24, 1960, p. 36
  186. A Man and a Horse
    War Admiral---Kurtsinger up
    Collier's Weekly, May 14, 1938, pp. 22-37
  187. The Man Who Could Make Gold
    The love story of a modern alchemist
    Collier's Weekly, December 11, 1937, pp. 9-10
  188. The Man Who Didn't Quit
    France's General Charles de Gaulle, fighting on
    Collier's Weekly, August 10, 1940, p. 11
  189. The Man Who Dreamed Too Much
    Judicious murder
    Collier's Weekly, January 2, 1937, pp. 22-23
  190. The Man Who Dreamed Too Much
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 1944, pp. 56-71
  191. The Man Who Hated Music
    Von Genthner meets a friend
    Collier's Weekly, February 15, 1936, pp. 22-24
  192. The Man Who Knows How
    When the young stars of tennis get together what do they talk about?
    Collier's Weekly, April 14, 1934, p. 19
  193. The Man Who Talks to Himself
    Dialogue with a dummy
    Collier's Weekly, March 20, 1937, pp. 24-26
  194. Man with a Union Card
    Robert Montgomery, of all people
    Collier's Weekly, April 1, 1939, p. 22
  195. The Man Without a Soul
    Mechanical monster
    Collier's Weekly, November 7, 1936, pp. 39-41
  196. The Man Without Fear
    Canada's Ace
    Collier's Weekly, November 21, 1936, pp. 87-89
  197. [+]
    Mandate for Murder (Review)
    The Deed, by Gerold Frank
    1. The Deed by Gerold Frank
    The Saturday Review, May 4, 1963, p. 33
  198. The Masters Are Ready
    Exclusive golf
    Collier's Weekly, April 3, 1937, pp. 26-31
  199. McGraw's Boy
    The story of ballplayer Frank Frisch
    Collier's Weekly, June 29, 1935, p. 19
  200. McLaughry and Son
    Football in the family
    Collier's Weekly, October 7, 1939, p. 21
  201. Meet an Actor
    Mr. Charles Laughton, the first man of the screen
    Collier's Weekly, February 2, 1935, p. 9
  202. Meet the Navajos
    Nomads of New Mexico
    Collier's Weekly, January 4, 1936, pp. 10-11
  203. Meet Their Majesties
    The King and Queen of England, here to see you
    Collier's Weekly, June 10, 1939, pp. 12-13
  204. [+]
    Memoirs of Two Uncommon Men (2 Reviews)
    More Than Meets the Eye, by Carl Mydans
    1. More Than Meets the Eye by Carl Mydans
    2. The Masks of War by George Langelaan
    The Saturday Review, September 5, 1959, p. 24
  205. [+]
    Men Behind the Huddle (2 Reviews)
    Knute Rockne, by Francis Wallace
    1. Knute Rockne by Francis Wallace
    2. You Have to Pay the Price by Earl H. Blaik and Tim Cohane
    The Saturday Review, December 10, 1960, p. 22
  206. Minister of Death: The Adolf Eichmann Story (1960)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  207. [+]
    Miracle in the Monastery (Review)
    Padre Pio, by Oscar De Liso
    1. Padre Pio by Oscar De Liso
    The Saturday Review, March 4, 1961, p. 28
  208. [+]
    More than a Ballplayer (Review)
    Wait Till Next Year, by Carl T. Rowan and Jackie Robinson
    1. Wait Till Next Year by Carl T. Rowan and Jackie Robinson
    The Saturday Review, June 11, 1960, p. 33
  209. Morning on South Street
    The world's largest fish market at work
    Collier's Weekly, May 4, 1940, pp. 24-67
  210. Murder in the Tropics
    The Haitian massacre
    Collier's Weekly, January 22, 1938, pp. 14-15
  211. My life inside the mob
    The Saturday Evening Post, August 24, 1963, pp. 38-55
  212. Never Trust a Murderer
    Especially if you play the ponies, and have helped put him in the chair
    Collier's Weekly, March 23, 1946, pp. 16-17
  213. Never Trust A Murderer
    Max Friedman
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, February 1949, pp. 56-64
  214. Never Trust a Murderer
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, March 1961, pp. 68-76
  215. New Bodies for Old
    Britain's plastic surgeons build new bodies and lives
    Collier's Weekly, October 24, 1942, pp. 20-21
  216. New Faces on an Old Sea
    The Saturday Review, October 24, 1953, p. 56
  217. A Nice Boy
    Jimmy McLarnin, the blue-eyed lad from Vancouver
    Collier's Weekly, January 19, 1935, pp. 25-49
  218. Nichevo Means "So What!"
    A traditional attitude of spirit has kept the Russian nation from giving in
    Collier's Weekly, September 25, 1943, p. 22
  219. Night Flight---1942
    With Collier's correspondent in the bombadier's compartment
    Collier's Weekly, September 12, 1942, p. 16
  220. Night-Club Cafeteria
    A big night for sixty cents
    Collier's Weekly, June 1, 1940, p. 18
  221. Nine Until Three
    The Principal's drama---and romance
    Collier's Weekly, March 11, 1939, pp. 9-10
  222. No Checks from Home
    The college that helps itself
    Collier's Weekly, April 10, 1937, pp. 38-63
  223. Nobody's Better Off Dead
    Collier's correspondent does his bit in an air raid
    Collier's Weekly, October 26, 1940, pp. 21-22
  224. Official Business
    Tom Thorp, man of decisions
    Collier's Weekly, October 14, 1939, pp. 52-65
  225. Officially Dead (1945)
    The Story of Commander C.D. Smith
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  226. The Old Gentleman
    Man o' War has callers
    Collier's Weekly, June 23, 1934, p. 16
  227. On Her Toes
    Tamara Geva---lovely child of the Revolution
    Collier's Weekly, September 19, 1936, p. 20
  228. One Day in the Soviet Russia (1940 Film)
    (Den Novogo Mira)
    2 Reviews
  229. One Man's Mind
    Jose Capablanca, master of kings
    Collier's Weekly, March 2, 1935, p. 19
  230. Only the Stars Are Neutral (1942)
    7 Reviews, 4 Readable
  231. Parlor, Bedlam and Bath (1930)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  232. Peanut Vendor
    And father of the hot dog
    Collier's Weekly, October 19, 1935, p. 17
  233. The Perfect Track Man
    Watch how he runs
    Collier's Weekly, January 12, 1935, p. 20
  234. Picking 'Em Off the Ice
    The story of a goalie who doesn't watch the puck
    Collier's Weekly, February 16, 1935, pp. 26-48
  235. A Plane is Born
    Collier's reporter visits a British aircraft factory
    Collier's Weekly, December 21, 1940, pp. 21-22
  236. Playing Rookie
    A close-up of future stars
    Collier's Weekly, April 21, 1934, p. 9
  237. Plymouth Fights Back
    They'll never give up
    Collier's Weekly, July 12, 1941, p. 25
  238. Polo Goes American
    The sport of Persian kings---as played by cowboys
    Collier's Weekly, September 8, 1934, pp. 24-25
  239. Pop-Off Kid
    Leo Durocher, who talks a fine baseball game
    Collier's Weekly, August 5, 1939, p. 14
  240. [+]
    Portrait in Evil (Review)
    Goering, by Roger Manvell and Heinrich Fraenkel
    1. Goering by Roger Manvell and Heinrich Fraenkel
    The Saturday Review, January 19, 1963, p. 39
  241. Portrait of a Murderer
    The story of Hershel Grynszpan---at firsthand
    Collier's Weekly, February 25, 1939, pp. 9-10
  242. Postgraduate Work
    Kitty Davis' college grads
    Collier's Weekly, October 29, 1938, pp. 46-49
  243. Prices to Suit
    George Lamaze, the Ziegfeld of the kitchen
    Collier's Weekly, April 13, 1935, p. 15
  244. The Professor's Son
    Arthur Donovan, incorruptible
    Collier's Weekly, February 29, 1936, pp. 22-23
  245. Putt and Take
    Smooth work on the green
    Collier's Weekly, May 18, 1935, p. 15
  246. Quick Work
    Hardball champions
    Collier's Weekly, October 2, 1937, p. 18
  247. Racers in Harness
    The running of the Hambletonian
    Collier's Weekly, August 15, 1936, p. 16
  248. Rainbow Route to Berlin
    Collier's Weekly, September 25, 1948, pp. 12-13
  249. Rebel in the House
    Aneurin Bevan, who came up from the coal mines to Britain's Cabinet
    Collier's Weekly, December 29, 1945, pp. 36-44
  250. Red Clouds Over Olympus
    The vivid story of Magoula is the story of 10,000 Greek villages
    Collier's Weekly, August 21, 1948, pp. 14-15
  251. Relax in Reno
    Frontier town
    Collier's Weekly, December 28, 1935, pp. 20-21
  252. Reluctant Menace
    Peter Lorre, sad-eyed and sinister
    Collier's Weekly, January 18, 1936, p. 16
  253. Remember Spain!
    The New Masses, July 23, 1946, pp. 3-5
  254. Retreat from Moscow
    What Collier's correspondent found in Russia's new capital
    Collier's Weekly, December 27, 1941, pp. 22-24
  255. Rhythm Man
    He heard those gentle voices calling
    Collier's Weekly, May 13, 1939, pp. 22-54
  256. The Road to Vyazma
    The enemy can destroy a whole city, but the spirit of its people is indestructible
    Collier's Weekly, June 19, 1943, p. 11
  257. Round and Round
    The Roller Derby in full swing
    Collier's Weekly, August 22, 1936, p. 15
  258. Run of the Reel
    Interlude in Florida---hunting the sailfish
    Collier's Weekly, February 24, 1934, pp. 18-19
  259. A Russian Family
    Not so very different in hopes, ideals and circumstances from a typical American family
    Collier's Weekly, August 7, 1943, pp. 28-29
  260. Sailor in a Spitfire
    Collier's correspondent meets Britain's greatest fighter pilot
    Collier's Weekly, February 7, 1942, p. 17
  261. Sailor in a Spitfire II
    The rest of the story of Britain's greatest hero
    Collier's Weekly, February 14, 1942, p. 18
  262. Sam Snead---Golfer
    Their money's on him
    Collier's Weekly, May 29, 1937, p. 13
  263. Sara Has a Birthday
    Our oldest and biggest flat top, U.S.S. Saratoga, celebrates her 17th anniversary
    Collier's Weekly, April 14, 1945, p. 21
  264. The Sawdust Fusiliers
    Canada enlists her lumberjacks
    Collier's Weekly, October 11, 1941, pp. 22-24
  265. Set 'Em Up Again!
    Strikes and spares
    Collier's Weekly, December 12, 1936, p. 16
  266. 70,000 to 1~~Seventy Thousand to One (1946)
    The Story of Lieutenant Gordon Manuel
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  267. She Dies for Old Colombia
    Collier's Weekly, October 16, 1948, pp. 26-27
  268. [+]
    She Shot the Gunfire (Review)
    What's a Woman Doing Here?, by Dickey Chapelle
    1. What's a Woman Doing Here? by Dickey Chapelle
    The Saturday Review, May 12, 1962, p. 28
  269. She Took Up Golf
    Patty Berg: She had to give up football
    Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1936, pp. 26-27
  270. Shooting Stars
    Presenting the directors of Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, February 9, 1935, p. 12
  271. The Short Short Story
    A Thousand Dollar Bill
    Collier's Weekly, November 3, 1934, p. 14
  272. The Short Short Story
    Stillman's at Three
    Collier's Weekly, September 15, 1934, p. 11
  273. The Short Short Story
    Secret for Two
    Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1936, pp. 44-47
  274. The Short Short Story
    Slap Happy
    Collier's Weekly, August 28, 1937, p. 17
  275. The Short Short Story
    Devotedly, Sylvia
    Collier's Weekly, April 2, 1938, p. 12
  276. The Short Short Story
    The Bride Looked Sad
    Collier's Weekly, February 4, 1939, pp. 34-49
  277. Sicily Wasn't Easy
    If you think it was, try asking one of the men who were there
    Collier's Weekly, September 11, 1943, pp. 20-21
  278. Sing, Champ, Sing
    Maxie Rosenbloom takes an encore
    Collier's Weekly, June 2, 1934, pp. 20-21
  279. Singing in the Sun
    Barbecue---southwestern style
    Collier's Weekly, November 10, 1934, p. 22
  280. Singing Slugger
    Buddy Hassett---in good voice
    Collier's Weekly, April 16, 1938, pp. 38-85
  281. Sissy Game
    Professional ice hockey---as the player sees it
    Collier's Weekly, January 20, 1934, p. 9
  282. Six Hours from London
    Doomed men in a doomed city
    Collier's Weekly, March 8, 1941, pp. 24-26
  283. Sky Flivvers
    The small plane makes a three-point landing in popularity
    Collier's Weekly, December 30, 1939, pp. 19-21
  284. Smart Ponies
    Teaching horses to play polo
    Collier's Weekly, October 17, 1936, p. 20
  285. Smoothie
    The return of Bill Powell, and a good thing, too
    Collier's Weekly, May 11, 1940, p. 15
  286. Some People's Pets
    Sure cures for boredom
    Collier's Weekly, July 4, 1936, p. 9
  287. Sonny Relaxes
    Mr. Kiefer takes his world's records lyind down
    Collier's Weekly, June 6, 1936, pp. 28-29
  288. A Spitfire and a Boy
    A combination for victory
    Collier's Weekly, September 21, 1940, p. 11
  289. The Star Test
    The American Walker Cup team prepares to face St. Andrews
    Collier's Weekly, May 5, 1934, pp. 26-27
  290. Straight from the Feed Box
    Meet the ponies at Tropical Park
    Collier's Weekly, March 3, 1934, p. 14
  291. Sun Babies
    Goings-on in St. Petersburg
    Collier's Weekly, March 10, 1934, pp. 26-41
  292. The Sun Shines Bright
    Derby Day
    Collier's Weekly, May 8, 1937, p. 19
  293. Surprise Witness
    The Hope Taylor mystery
    Collier's Weekly, March 13, 1937, pp. 9-10
  294. Taker 'er Down
    Our submarine men are hand-picked for their jobs
    Collier's Weekly, November 4, 1944, pp. 16-19
  295. That Little Man
    He's never satisfied
    Collier's Weekly, September 14, 1935, p. 17
  296. [+]
    That's How Pictures Are Born (Review)
    The making of "Of Mice and Men"
    1. Of Mice and Men (1939 Film) by Lewis Milestone
    Collier's Weekly, January 6, 1940, pp. 14-15
  297. These Are Americans
    The patriotism of the natives of Guam is a stirring challenge to all of us
    Collier's Weekly, May 19, 1945, pp. 12-13
  298. These Are The Yankees
    Bucky Harris & Co.
    Collier's Weekly, October 4, 1947, pp. 9-14
  299. These Are Your Sons
    Collier's Weekly, May 15, 1943, p. 14
  300. They Come Up Swimming
    Easy as rolling off a log---so the experts say
    Collier's Weekly, June 8, 1935, p. 19
  301. They Float Through the Air
    Collier correspondent watches R.A.F. paratroopers make their first jump
    Collier's Weekly, November 14, 1942, p. 23
  302. They Fought for the Sky (1957)
    The Dramatic Story of the First War in the Air
    2 Reviews
  303. [+]
    They Knew What They Wanted (Review)
    How Dry We Were, by Henry Lee
    1. How Dry We Were by Henry Lee
    The Saturday Review, June 1, 1963, p. 22
  304. They Wouldn't Wait
    So they joined the R.A.F.'s Eagle Squadron
    Collier's Weekly, August 22, 1942, pp. 18-19
  305. They'll Fight Again
    Our Air Forces successfully put the wounded to work on their own recoveries
    Collier's Weekly, October 21, 1944, p. 17
  306. They're Coming Home
    What government plans to do for our honored dead
    Collier's Weekly, August 11, 1945, p. 19
  307. They're Off!
    A clean start
    Collier's Weekly, February 27, 1937, pp. 41-55
  308. This is Sicily
    The basic rule of the administrators of the Allied military governments in Sicily is "u...
    Collier's Weekly, October 2, 1943, p. 14
  309. Three Falls to a Fortune
    The grooming of another perfect pachyderm
    Collier's Weekly, March 16, 1935, p. 18
  310. [+]
    Tilted Temple of Aimee Semple (Review)
    The Vanishing Evangelist, by Lately Thomas
    1. The Vanishing Evangelist by Lately Thomas
    The Saturday Review, May 23, 1959, p. 35
  311. Tomorrow's Champs
    Prospective headline makers in sports
    Collier's Weekly, April 27, 1940, p. 18
  312. Toughest Cop in Berlin
    Collier's Weekly, January 1, 1949, p. 21
  313. Trained to Take It
    Nazi heroes in the making
    Collier's Weekly, October 14, 1933, p. 17
  314. Transfer to the East
    To move an army and its equipment from Europe to the Pacific and then process it for wa...
    Collier's Weekly, May 5, 1945, pp. 16-17
  315. The Trip Home
    Collier's correspondent crosses on the Big Queen with 15,600 G.I.s
    Collier's Weekly, December 22, 1945, p. 23
  316. [+]
    Trip or Substitute (Review)
    So You're Going to England!, by Clara E. Laughlin
    1. So You're Going to England! by Clara E. Laughlin
    The Saturday Review, April 17, 1948, p. 55
  317. Turn Left on Thursday
    Retreat from Hollywood
    Collier's Weekly, September 24, 1938, pp. 22-53
  318. Twenty-Four Hours to Live
    The love story of a railroad president's daughter
    Collier's Weekly, March 27, 1937, pp. 20-21
  319. Ty Cobb's Dream Team
    The old master picks one
    Collier's Weekly, June 17, 1939, p. 19
  320. Unwanted
    Here are the refugees
    Collier's Weekly, February 11, 1939, pp. 12-13
  321. A Very Good Racket
    Ellsworth Vines plays a profitable game
    Collier's Weekly, September 1, 1934, p. 15
  322. Very Tired Lady
    Holland's beloved Queen Wilhelmina terminates her 50-year reign
    Collier's Weekly, September 4, 1948, pp. 22-23
  323. [+]
    Visit to Hellas (Review)
    It's Greek to Me, by Willie Snow Ethridge
    1. It's Greek to Me by Willie Snow Ethridge
    The Saturday Review, March 6, 1948, p. 33
  324. Voice of Russia
    Comrade Lozovsky knows but he won't tell
    Collier's Weekly, December 13, 1941, p. 14
  325. War Bride
    It took practice, but Anna played her role to perfection
    Collier's Weekly, September 13, 1947, pp. 12-13
  326. Warriors' Paradise
    The Riviera---where G.I.'s live in style to which they are unaccustomed
    Collier's Weekly, September 8, 1945, pp. 14-15
  327. Washington's "Now" Man
    America's rubber man, Bill Jeffers
    Collier's Weekly, December 12, 1942, p. 11
  328. Watch the Birdie
    badminton, a game born of champagne and nourished on wisecracks
    Collier's Weekly, March 23, 1935, p. 17
  329. We Will Make It
    Steel, steel and more steel
    Collier's Weekly, July 11, 1942, pp. 84-113
  330. Week End in the Country
    Breathing space between bombs
    Collier's Weekly, December 7, 1940, p. 20
  331. West Side Romance
    Miracle in a barroom
    Collier's Weekly, September 12, 1936, pp. 7-9
  332. What Every Pilot Knows
    It's not Nazis, it's the little people
    Collier's Weekly, October 31, 1942, pp. 30-33
  333. Whisky Ships
    Bootlegging by air from Grand Bahama
    Collier's Weekly, May 12, 1934, pp. 10-11
  334. Who's Goofy Now?
    Mr. Gomez maintains he's not
    Collier's Weekly, May 2, 1936, pp. 22-23
  335. Who's Got Rhythm?
    And what will it do for you?
    Collier's Weekly, July 28, 1934, p. 13
  336. Why Mean Must Be Rationed
    Our fighting men and civilians will get their share
    Collier's Weekly, February 13, 1943, p. 13
  337. Wing Talk
    Collier's Weekly, February 24, 1945, pp. 8-10
  338. Wing Talk
    Collier's Weekly, June 30, 1945, pp. 8-10
  339. Without Mirrors or Wires
    Magician with a cue---Charley Peterson
    Collier's Weekly, January 9, 1937, p. 21
  340. Woman's Place
    As the Nazis see it---the nursery, the church and the kitchen
    Collier's Weekly, November 25, 1933, p. 21
  341. [+]
    Word Business (Review)
    This Is Where I Came In, by Edward Anthony
    1. This Is Where I Came In by Edward Anthony
    The Saturday Review, April 30, 1960, p. 18
  342. World Series Here
    The story of a man who could hit curve balls
    Collier's Weekly, October 9, 1937, p. 17
  343. The Wounded Don't Cry (1941)
    5 Reviews, 2 Readable
  344. The Wounded Don't Cry
    A doomed land has no time for tears
    Collier's Weekly, July 13, 1940, p. 9
  345. Yankee Wings in Britain
    Where good planes---the very best---go
    Collier's Weekly, August 16, 1941, p. 13
  346. Yanks in Iran
    Our soldiers work against great odds to get the Lend-Lease goods through to Russia
    Collier's Weekly, January 15, 1944, p. 25
  347. You Too Can Capture a Gap
    Collier's correspondent tries his hand at bringing 'em back alive
    Collier's Weekly, February 17, 1945, pp. 14-15
  348. 70,000 to One!
    Conclusion. Except for the friendly natives, the author's adventures on New Britain wou...
    Collier's Weekly, April 6, 1946, p. 19
  349. 70,000 to One!
    Part I of the adventures of an American flier in nine months of warfare against Japs an...
    Collier's Weekly, March 30, 1946, pp. 11-12
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