Cleats And Cinders — Aug-Sept 1937 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Walter J. Higgins
Barney Hadley was a tough guy, as hard as the coal he had mined in the hills. He was not the sort of kid to send to Hargrave, the snootiest school in the East. They couldn’t do it without breaking his heart, or having him break their heads!
Halfway Back — February 1947 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by William R. Cox
Eleven gents dropped a ball game, back in the piping days of peace — ten and a half came back — who’d forgotten how to lose!
Goal To Go! — February 1947 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Roy C. Rainey
Corwin’s cherished glory was buried in a campus grave too big for a cash and carry guy to fill!
Cleats Of The Mighty — January 1950 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Daniel Winters
They met where the yards are crossed with thunder: the mighty eleven that nobody would forget — and the broken team that put itself together — for a touchdown to remember!
Glory Runner — January 1950 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Larry Holden
They were eleven football outcasts with all their tomorrows behind them — but with the gridiron’s greatest upset waiting beyond the final yard!
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