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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains articles and stories for boys focusing on action, adventure, humor, sports, outdoors activities, science, and heroism.
"Friendly Talks with the Editor"; "Dolphus" by Archie P. McKishnie; "Baseball and Bonanza" by Joseph T. Kescel; "The Shot-Putter" by Leslie W. Quirk; "Big Cat and Little Kittens" by Tennyson Charles; "The Rocky Road" by William Heyliger; "The Lost Dirigible" by Ralph Henry Barbour; "Boys who used their Brains: The Boy Who Took 'Chances'--Edwin T. Meredith" by Judson D. Stuart; "Mark Tidd Collects His Just Dues" by Clarence B. Kelland; "Commodore W.E. Longfellow of the American Red Cross Who has Cooked Outdoors in All Parts of the United States Tells About He-Cookery"; "Dillon Wallace Labrador Explorer, Chief of Culver Woodcraft School, Author of Many Adventure Books for Boys--Tells About Fires and Grub"; "Camping on the Plains: Adventures without a compass in a Big Land where landmarks are scarce" by Enos A. Mills; "The Planter: A Pioneer Scout Story" by Armstrong Perry; "The Warring Tribes" by James W. Schultz; "A Breach of Discipline: A Donovan Chance Story" by Francis Lynde; "Tigers with Fins" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler; "Birds and Beasts 'Take' Themselves" by Howard Taylor Middleton; "When Out in a Boat" by Armstrong Perry; "Six Donkeys" by George Mitchell; "The Clever Wasp"; "Trout and Trouting" by George M. Johnson; "Redwing Scouts" by D. Lange; "Stamps in the Day's news" by Randolph Quayle;
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Baseball, Shot putting, Fishing, Dirigibles, Agricultural journalism, Cooking, Camping, Aircraft accidents, Siksika (Blackfoot), Railroad workers, Killer whale, Boats and boating
Ellis, Griffith Ogden Editor, "The American Boy, May 1920" (1920). The American Boy. 15.