King Football: Sport and Spectacle in the Golden Age of Radio and Newsreels, Movies and Magazines, the Weekly & the Daily Press

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Appendix B
Football Covers on the Saturday Evening Post
and Collier’s, 1920–1960

Saturday Evening Post

24 November 1923. E. M. Jackson. Boy hawking pennants.

21 November 1925. Norman Rockwell. Boy tackling another.

16 October 1926. Harrison McCreary. Boy blowing up football.

13 November 1926. Frederic Stanley. Boys in rough game.

20 November 1926. Alan Foster. Young male cheerleader.

12 November 1927. Alan Foster. Boy whispering into another’s ear.

24 November 1928. J. C. Leyendecker. Handsome hero and Pilgrim.

16 November 1929. Alan Foster. Five coonskin-coated youths singing the Alma Mater.

18 October 1930. Sam Brown. Two young male cheerleaders leaping.

15 November 1930. Eugene Iverd. Three boys playing.

21 November 1931. E. M. Jackson. Handsome hero sprawled over goal line.

15 October 1932. J. F. Kernan. Players in action.

5 November 1932. Tempest Inman. Coed in stands.

19 November 1932. John E. Sheridan. Football hero seated, as if on throne.

4 November 1933. J. C. Leyendecker. Handsome hero in repose.

17 November 1934. Eugene Iverd. Boy carried on the shoulders of admiring parents.

12 October 1935. M. L. Bower. Players in action.

10 October 1936. Revere F. Wistehuff. Young female trombone player.

14 November 1936. Monte Crews. College couple on way to bonfire.

23 October 1937. E. M. Jackson. Young punter.

27 November 1937. Frances Tipton Hunter. Boys at play.

1 October 1938. Wesley Neff. Lit football stadium at night.

22 October 1938. Lonie Bee. Player pleading with grim referee.

5 November 1938. Douglass Crockwell. Forlorn coed drenched by rain.

19 November 1938. Norman Rockwell. Cheerleader sewing numeral on player’s jersey.

21 October 1939. Photograph. Female fan, with player reflected in her sunglasses.

18 November 1939. Lonie Bee. Three anxious male cheerleaders.

28 September 1940. Walt Otto. Pretty twin cheerleaders.

26 October 1940. Russell Sambrooke. Grandma blowing up boy’s football.

23 November 1940. Emery Clarke. Five players on bench looking anxiously toward coach.

18 October 1941. Lonie Bee. Referee trying to retrieve ball from dog.

15 November 1941. Gene Pelham. Well-dressed male fan huddled in blanket.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • I - In the Kingdom of Football 21
  • 1 - Reading, Watching, & Listening to Football 23
  • 2 - Local Football 65
  • 3 - Who Cares about Reform? 101
  • 4 - Players’ or Coaches’ Whose Game Is It? 126
  • 5 - Gridiron, U.S.a 162
  • 6 - Sanctioning Savagery 199
  • II - What We Think about When We Think about Football 223
  • 7 - Class? 225
  • 8 - Ethnicity 255
  • 9 - Race 283
  • 10 - Masculinity 328
  • Epilogue- Into the Age of Television 364
  • Appendix A - Football Films, 1920–1960 371
  • Appendix B - Football Covers on the Saturday Evening Post and Collier’s, 1920–1960 374
  • Appendix C - Football Fiction in the Saturday Evening Post and Collier’s, 1920–1960 378
  • Notes 383
  • Bibliography 435
  • Index 471
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