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February 28, 1953
48 States of Mind
by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9 -
How to Turn On a Faucet
by Gurney Williams, pp. 10-12 -
Does Your Family Have a Neurosis?
by Morton M. Hunt, pp. 13-15 -
1953 Baseball Preview
by Tom Meany, pp. 16-19 -
Flight of the Golden Plover
by Sally Carrighar, pp. 20-21 -
The Silly Season
by Willard H. Temple, pp. 22-25 -
, pp. 26-29 -
The Whale in M-s
by Eloise Barrangon, pp. 30-31 -
(The Short Short Story)
"God Is Between the Earth and the Sky"
, pp. 32-33 -
Less than a Man
by J.M. Barak, pp. 34-39 -
Man's Survival in Space
, pp. 40-51 -
Eat a Bigger Breakfast---And Be Thin
by Fredrick J. Stare, M.D. and Julia A. She..., pp. 52-55 -
by Thomas Thompson, pp. 56-61 -
How to Watch a Chorus Girl
, pp. 62-63 -
Collier's Color Camera
Vip's a V.I.P.
, pp. 64-65 -
Lobb's of London---Where the Shoes Choose You
by Noel Barber, pp. 66-69 -
, pp. 70-72 -
by Ralph Royle, -
"Race, IQ, and Wealth"
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