Adventure Magazine

  • Adventure Magazine (September 1947) “1:54 and A Fraction.”
  • Reprinted in Short Story Magazine (March 1949)

All American Fiction

  • All American Fiction (November 1937) “Delayed Pass.” (Novelette)
  • All-American Fiction (May/June 1938) “Recruit.”

American Magazine

  • American Magazine (January 1936) “The Kid Throws A Party.”
  • American Magazine (March 1947) “Nightmare.”
  • American Magazine (December 1947) “Bingo” (storiette). Jeff Conover (Eustace Cockrell and Herb Dalmas.)
  • American Magazine (April 1949) “No One But You.”
  • American Magazine (October 1949) “Rocky’s Rose.”
  • American Magazine (December 1949) “The Power Devil.” (Novelette) Co-authored with Herbert Dalmas.
  • American Magazine (May 1950) “Count of Ten.”

Antioch Review

(Autumn 1956) “The Cat and the Constitution.”

Argosy Weekly

  • Argosy Weekly (March 19, 1938) “A Match for Oskie.”
  • Argosy Weekly (July 2, 1938) “Round Trip.”
  • Argosy Weekly (July 9, 1938) “Have A Cup of Mocha.”
  • Argosy Weekly (March 19, 1938) “A Match for Oskie.”
  • Argosy Weekly (September 24, 1938) “Horses In Midstream.”
  • Argosy Weekly (January 14, 1939) “Gloves For the Governor.” (Novelette)
  • Argosy Weekly (March 4, 1939) “Once A Hero.”
  • Argosy Weekly (July 15, 1939) “Sweet-talkin’ Man.”
  • Argosy Weekly (January 6, 1940) “Second Sight”
  • Argosy Weekly (February 10, 1940) “Reservation on Queer Street.”
  • Argosy Weekly (October 5, 1940) “Marching As To War.”
  • Argosy Weekly (October 12, 1940) “No Minutes To Go.”
  • Argosy Weekly (October 26, 1940) “The Divine Right.”
  • Argosy Weekly (October 4, 1941) “Coach and Four.”
  • Argosy Weekly (April 12, 1941) “A Fighter Has to Figure.
  • Argosy (June 1946) “The Reconstruction of Refugee Smith.”
  • Argosy (September 1946) “Too Hot to Handle.”
  • Argosy (January 1957) “The Eagle Bird.”

Blue Book Magazine

  • Blue Book Magazine (September 1932) “A White Man’s Burden.” Co-authored with Frank Cockrell.
  • Blue Book Magazine (December 1934) “You’re Young But Once.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (November 1935) “A Man Names Smith.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (December 1935) “The Man Who Squared Up.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (June 1936) “The Masked Marvel.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (July 1936) “Right-hand Man.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (September 1936) “Seller, Beware!”
  • Blue Book Magazine (October 1936) “Trigger Men.” (Included in The Detective Megapack: 28 Tales by Modern and Classic Authors, Wildside Press)
  • Blue Book Magazine (November 1936) “A Hurry Call.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (December 1936) “Game As They Make ‘Em.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (cover missing – November 1938) “Stadium Struck.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (April 1939) “The Last Fight.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (November 1939) “The Hands of John Leland.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (April 1941) “The Old Arm.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (June 1945) “Fourth Man In the Ring.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (July 1945) “The Trumpet of Tradition.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (June 1949) “His Brother’s Keeper.” Co-authored with Daniel Gordon.
  • Blue Book Magazine (October 1949) “It’s Always the Way.”
  • Blue Book Magazine (March 1950) “Professional Gentleman.”

College Humor

  • College Humor (November 1937) “Double or Nothing.”

Colliers

  • Collier’s (December 18, 1937) “Pep Talk.”
  • Collier’s (December 2, 1939) “The Chinese Influence.”
  • Collier’s (April13, 1940) “The Lord In His Corner.”
  • Collier’s (December 28, 1940) “Compliments of R. Smith.”
  • Collier’s (March 8, 1941) “Putting Is Easy.”
  • Collier’s (March 28, 1942) “Honor Bound.”
  • Collier’s (April 19, 1941) “Willie Wurtzel’s Way.”
  • Collier’s (September 6, 1941) “The Empire City Angel.” (Reprinted in The Armchair Companion, Edited by A.L. Furman, New York: Gold Label Books, 1944)
  • Collier’s (September 27, 1941) “It Ain’t No Sin.”
  • Collier’s (December 20, 1941) “Shoeshine Boy.”
  • Collier’s (June 20, 1942) “Love Came Borrowing.”
  • Collier’s (August 15, 1942) “Refugee Returns Home.” (Reprinted in The Bedside
  • Bonanza, Edited by Frank Owen, New York: Frederick Fell, 1944)
  • Collier’s (February 6, 1943) “The Patriot.”
  • Collier’s (May 29, 1943) “My Brother Jake.”
  • Collier’s (December 25, 1943) “The Preacher.”
  • Collier’s (April 29, 1944) “One By Land.”
  • Collier’s (September 7, 1946) “You Amaze Me”
  • Colliers (May 8, 1948) “Code of the West.”
  • Collier’s (July 31, 1948) “For Divers Reason.” Co-authored with Daniel Gordon.
  • Colliers (October 30, 1948) “Beauty and the Drop Kick.”
  • Collier’s (January 20, 1951) “Just An Ignorant Foreigner.”
  • Collier’s (January 4, 1957) “The Long Way Home.”

Coronet

  • Coronet (April 1942) “Putt and Take.”

Cosmopolitan

  • Cosmopolitan (November 1951) “Taffy’s Two Lives.”

Esquire Magazine

  • Esquire Magazine (March 1949) “Timid Angel.” Jeff Conover (Eustace Cockrell
    and Herb Dalmas)

Fifteen Sports Stories

  • Fifteen Sports Stories (March 1949) “The Right Guy.”

Grit

  • Grit (December 7, 1941) “The Doctor’s Answer.” (See Holland’s)

Holland’s

  • Holland’s (February 1936) “Bill of Engagement.”

Liberty

  • Liberty (December 31, 1938) “One Night Stand.”

Milwaukee Journal

  • Milwaukee Journal (September 8, 1946) “Operation Clipper.” (Also published in the Des Moines Register, August 8, 1946)

The Saturday Evening Post

  • The Saturday Evening Post (May 24, 1941) “Love and Love.”

The Star Weekly

  • The Star Weekly (Toronto – July 27, 1946) “The Shame of the Cecilia.” Co-authored with Daniel Gordon.

This Week

  • This Week (Los Angeles Times – December 15, 1946) “The Wynn Girl.”
  • This Week (Los Angeles Times – August 8, 1948) “The Keyhole Artist.” (Reprinted in This Week’s Short-Short Stories, edited by Stewart Beach, New York: Random House, 1947)