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Boys' Life

October 1934

Vol. 24, N° 10

Cover Sidney H. Riesenberg

Fiction

Seven Men on the Line (Part 1 of 2)
illus. by Robert A. Graef
The Spirit of the Night Air Mail
illus. by William Heaslip
Og Son of Fire (Monsters of the Mist)
illus. by Paul Dudley
Four Yards McDonagh
illus. by Sidney Riesenberg
The Mudhen Orders Gas
illus. by Harry H.A. Burne
The Luck of the Nighthawk
illus. by Remington Schuyler
Smoothies!
illus. by Paul Dudley
The Golden Whale (Part 3 of 6)
illus. by Gordon Grant
Earl Reed Silvers
 
Captain Burr Leyson
 
Irving Crump
 
Walter Haefeli, Jr.
 
Merritt P. Allen
 
William Wells
 
Marvin L. De Vries
 
Coulton Waugh
 
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5
 
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Special Articles

How Far Are You Going to Go?
illus. by Stuart Hay
The Magic Bookcase
How to Make Tan Buckskin
They'll Be Watching You and Dad
Myron M. Stearns
 
Edwin T. Hamilton
Dan Beard
Irving Crump
14
 
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23
28

Regular Features

Editorial Page
Hiking With Green Bar Bill
The Scout World
Keeping Physically Fit
James E. West
[William Hillcourt]
James E. West
Dr. C. Ward Crampton
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26

Departments

Scouting Section
Rural Scouting
Think and Grin
Stamps
Dan Beard
O.H. Benson, Editor
Francis J. Rigney, Editor
O.W. Simons, Editor
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Next

Month

BEGINNING the first week in October, you're going to have a chance to get Boys' Life stories over the air, as well as in the magazine itself. They'll come to you from the Columbia network, starting with about a dozen important stations and gradually increasing until they come from thirty or more. If you look at the story, Monsters of the Mist, in this issue, and then at the chances you have to earn all sorts of things that are described in the Libby, McNeill and Libby advertisement on Page 31, you can get an idea of how good a combination it's going to be.

Naturally, there'll be an Og story in the November issue to go with the rest of the series that will be broadcast. The Mountain That Walks is the name of it, and the picture for next month's cover is an illustration for it.

There'll be an article about Prehistoric Man on this continent, too, giving some of the scientific background of the Og stories. It's written by Frank Cross, who gave us the article on meteorites, Stones From the Sky, in the August issue.

A football story by Harold Sherman, The Bench Warmer, and some mighty useful football advice from Andy Kerr, Colgate's famous football coach, will carry along your football interest.


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