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April 16, 1938
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 6-8 -
A couple of quick ones
by Will F. Jenkins, pp. 9-10 -
Three men and a big fish
by J.D. Ratcliff, p. 11 -
The breath of life---in iron lungs
Party on the Stage
by Margery Sharp, pp. 12-13 -
Actor at bay
Maid by the Moon
by Frank Condon, pp. 14-15 -
Sunset Voyage, Part VIII
by Lawrence G. Blochman, p. 16 -
Where's the ship going?
by John T. Flynn, pp. 17-18 -
Vote right and the boss will look after you
The Short Short Story
by A.D. Morford, p. 19 -
The Grave on the Hill
by Naomi Lane Babson, pp. 20-21 -
Romance is where you find it
Man in the Saddle, Part III
by Ernest Haycox, pp. 22-24 -
Merritt shoots it out
Knights of the Keyhole
by Grover Jones, pp. 25-34 -
by Jim Marshall, pp. 35-37 -
by Quentin Reynolds, pp. 38-85 -
Buddy Hassett---in good voice
, pp. 86-88 -
by Dan Osher, -
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