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March 7, 1953
48 States of Mind
by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-10 -
Brown-eyed Parents, Blue-eyed Child---Why?
by Dr. James V. Neel and Murray Teigh Bloom, pp. 11-14 -
by Jean Boley, p. 15 -
The All-America in College Basketball
by Bill Fay, pp. 16-19 -
(Selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches)
Montreal's Most Glamorous Women
, pp. 20-21 -
Collier's Color Camera
by Raymond R. Camp, pp. 22-23 -
(The Short Short Story)
Word for Word
by William Holder, pp. 24-27 -
When Can the ROKs Take Over in Korea?
by John Randolph, pp. 28-31 -
Husband and Wife
by Jack Schaefer, pp. 32-39 -
The Life and Good Times of a Guernesey Cow
by Christopher Rand, pp. 40-45 -
The Dream of Part'n Deen
by Christine Weston, pp. 46-53 -
Stop, Look---and Especially Listen
by Stan Margulies, pp. 54-55 -
Testing the Men
, pp. 56-65 -
(Continuing Man's Survival in Space)
For the Love of Pizza
by Herbert Mitgang, pp. 66-69 -
, pp. 70-72 -
by Tom Lovell, -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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