There are some good obscure titles in the C's. It would have been even easier if I had used a title that started with the word "Complete." But I thought that would be kinda cheating, because there are so many of them.
I really messed up my right eye this weekend. Too much close computer reading at work, and then I wore my contact lenses for the party Saturday night. I woke up Sunday with my eye almost swollen shut and unable to tolerate sunlight. Today wasn't much better. The vision in my left eye is very weak, so the botton line is that my reading has been cut back substantially the last two days. Things like this make you really appreciate how lucky we are to 1) have the ability to see and 2) have the ability to read.
So I really think there should have been a pulp magazine with the title CORNEA STORIES.
And yes, there's another baseball cover but it's special because of who's on the cover.
CABARET STORIES, January 1929
COMET, December, 1940
COURTROOM STORIES, November, 1931
COLLEGE STORIES, May 1931. Believe it or not, COLLEGE STORIES was originally the beautiful and short-lived SEA STORIES.
CHAMPION SPORTS, July 1937. This was roughly a year after Lou Gehrig retired.