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December 13, 1941
, pp. 6-7 -
Keep Up with the World
by Freling Foster, pp. 8-10 -
The All-America Football Team
by Grantland Rice, pp. 11-13 -
Fifty-second edition of an American classic
Voice of Russia
by Quentin Reynolds, p. 14 -
Comrade Lozovsky knows but he won't tell
To Fire the Wife
by Meyer Levin, p. 15 -
A romance that couldn't survive efficiency
The War's Biggest Job
by Frank Gervasi, pp. 16-17 -
The tremendous task before General Wavell of India
Be Fair to France
by John Erskine, p. 18 -
Some things for Americans to remember
My Poor Head
by Price Day, p. 19 -
Remarkable result of girl meeting sculptor
Built in a Bathtub
by Frank D. Morris, pp. 20-21 -
Mass production in a shipyard
by Harold Lamb, p. 22 -
Why Leif was called "The Lucky"
The Short Short Story
by Octavus Roy Cohen, p. 23 -
Divided by Two
Alder Gulch, third of ten parts
by Ernest Haycox, pp. 24-25 -
The Pied Piper, seventh of ten parts
by Nevil Shute, pp. 26-37 -
Our New Army
, pp. 38-65 -
Pull Up Your Tights, Kids
by George Bradshaw, pp. 66-71 -
The ballet goes to Hollywood
Hail and Farewell
by Frank Graham, pp. 72-85 -
A fighter's story, without a fight
, pp. 86-88 -
The Sin of Success
Don't Rush That Divorce
by Charles Kerlee, -
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