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The Sprague Publishing Co.
This issue contains stories for boys featuring sports, medieval adventure, friendship, heroism, science, emotions, clubs, history, and crafts.
"His Golden Spurs: A Tale of the Black Douglas" by Clarence B. Kelland; "How he won his 'Y': Life and sports at Yardley Hall" by Ralph Henry Barbour; "Science vs. skill in baseball: How inside baseball has decreased the batting, by perfecting defensive fielding" by I.E. Sanborn; "A Southerner's Well-earned success"; "Winning the Eagle Prize or the pluck of Billy Hazen" by Norman Brainerd; "A Blind Man's Victory" by Joseph L. Pulitzer; "'Our' Column"; "How Roy Made Good: A Cure for Shaky Nerves" by George M. Johnson; "A Lucky Cast: Luis proves his skill" by Elbridge H. Sabin; "Popular Science Department: A Department of Interest to Young and Old" by A. Hyatt Verrill; "Useful Knots and Splices" by Hyatt Verrill; "Pluck Against Strength: Illustrating the Hare and the Tortoise" by Worth Rey; "Stamps Coins & Curios" by Willard O. Wylie; "Boy Mechanic and Electrician" by Capt. H.A.R. Gray; "Graydon's 'L': An athlete who couldn't make the team" by Herbert Wyndham-Gittens; "The Great American Boy Army: For Manliness in Muscle Mind and Morals"; "For the Boys to Make" by John L. Dougheny; "A Loose Screw: Ingenuity That Paid a Handsome Return" by Dick Dickinson; "Current Events"; "Commenmorating Landing of the Mayflower" by George Whitefield D'vys; "How to cure yourself: Headache" by Dr. W.R. Latson;
Boys, Adventure stories, Advertising, Gender, Masculinity, Knights and knighthood, Cross-country running, Ice skating, Baseball, Military schools, Anxiety, Fighting, Sailing, Races (Sports), Stamp collecting, Mayflower (Ship), Curing (Medicine)
Sprague, William C. Editor and Ellis, Griffith Ogden Assistant Editor, "The American Boy, August 1910" (1910). The American Boy. 8.