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LOOK Magazine - September 14, 1937

Cover : Woman using an odd rolling exercise framework, hooping.

- Women and athletics, which sports are good for girls?
- Full page photo of boy and dog sharing ice cream cone, text caption pertains to proper way to feed dogs.
- Children are the prizes in Germany's war on the Church, Hitler plans to rid Germany of Christianity by taking away children to training camps.
- Women's sports article includes tennis players Kay Stammers, Helen Jacobs, fencing, swimming, horseback riding, hooping, calisthenics, track and field, softball, boxing, wrestling.
- Tibet is seeking a child to be its God, Dalai Lama, great photos including Potala.
- Mary Nolan, her life story from penthouse to poverty, Imogene Wilson.
- Gutzon Borglum, sculpting Mount Rushmore.
- America's richest women.
- Baby gymnastics, performed by nurses in institutions in Germany.
- Dalherda, Germany, the town without women (except on Sundays).
- Photographer pokes fun at Hollywood in a book "In Pictures".
- Photocrime, can you solve it?
- LOOK Magazine circulation passes 1,500,000.
- Primo Carnera, fallen boxing champion.
- Great two page photo of referee Joe Gardenfield stepping on the face of wrestler Chief Chekawi to pry to fighters apart.
- Are you an Ozzie (bad car driver), part 2, with statistics of fatalities.
- How marionettes work.
- Strange vehicles : odd one-wheel device invented by Walter Nillson of Los Angeles (uni-motorcycle), Speediest motorcycle (Ernest Henne), Automotive Centipede (sort of like a flexible All-Terrain-Vehicle), the Pipe Perambulator designed by the Bureau of Water Supply of Los Angeles, the Walzing car (can be driven sideways), the Windmill bicycle (M. DeGroote).
- Shirley Temple, most popular little girl in the world, six great pages.
- Famous freaks in Barnum's circus.
- How tights are made for dancers and acrobats.
- Circus knife throwers.
- Horrible series of photos of men falling to their death while attempting to land the dirigible Akron, blimp, Camp Kearney, Robert Edfall and Nigel M. Henton fall, Charles Cowart is smart and survives.
- Serial Photo Story, Polly Chooses, by Priscilla Wayne, part 3.
- Back cover color photo is of a man jumping a horse through a ring of fire.

Magazine Condition : Very Good OR Fair (All G, nice, but cover corner tip with date gone)

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