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Jinx by Ted Annemann (Strongly recommended)

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Jinx by Ted Annemann

Many of the best mentalists consider the Jinx the most important publication. It is a treasure chest of ideas, methods, routines and commentary. A must read not just for mentalists but all magicians.

Here is the most convenient form of the Jinx to date. You will get all 151 issues including all summer and winter extras. Each issue is quickly accessible via a bookmark. You will get reproductions of all the old advertisements for the Jinx, the old three part index prepared by J. G. Thompson Jr., and a completely new 30 page index which has been alphabetized and spans all issues and extras.

We have taken the utmost care for this digitization. The scans were prepared from unbound issues to avoid any kind of page distortion. Each page was then manually cleaned up to produce the best possible look and feel. And the latest OCR technology has been used to make each and every page fully text searchable.

[Note: The disc includes additional to the entire Jinx the ebook Popular Card Tricks by Gibson because Annemann intended to publish this book in a special issue in the Jinx.]

October 1934 – 1941; 907 pages

 

  1. The Jinx – 1 – October 1934 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. Hallucination – originated by Eddie Clever

  4. The Supreme East Indian Needle Feat – Annemann

  5. Two Papers and a Spectator – Annemann

  6. The Mystery of the Blackboard – Paul Rosini


  1. The Jinx – 2 – November 1934 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. The Devil’s Four Aces – Theo Annemann

  4. The Finders – Orville Wayne Meyer

  5. Synthetic Sympathy – Theo Annemann

  6. Your Card! – Orville Wayne Meyer

  7. Wanted – Questions and Answers – call for questions – Annemann

  8. The Demon – Yogi – Goblin Book Test – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 3 – December 1934 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. A Card in Transit! – Lee Gilbert

  4. A Real Psychic Card Test – Annemann

  5. Dead or Alive? – Annemann

  6. The Bending Swizzle Stick – Annemann

  7. poem – provided by The Great Lesta


  1. The Jinx – 4 – January 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Tip to Night Club Workers – Jean Hugard [par 7]

  3. The Master of the Message – Annemann

  4. Cigarette Perception – Martin Sunshine

  5. Card Box Sympathy – Orville Wayne Meyer

  6. One of Those Things – Calvin Cole

  7. Something to Work On – letter from Vincent Dalban

  8. The Twentieth Century Newspaper Test – Stuart Robson


  1. The Jinx – 5 – February 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. The Red and Blue Back Color Change – Annemann

  4. With Sight Unseen – L. E. Duncanson

  5. The Solution of ‘Something to Work On’ – Charles W. Nyquist

  6. The Lie Detective – Stuart Robson

  7. A Question and the Answer – Annemann

  8. A Neat Publicity Trick – Nat Scherzer


  1. The Jinx – 6 – March 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. Impromptu Frame Ups – Annemann

  4. The Astral Shirt – Annemann

  5. The Card That Isn’t! – Russell T. Wise

  6. Two Mindreading Publicity Effects – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 7 – April 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Tip to Magicians [par 3-6]

  3. The “ELM” Card Change – E. Leslie May

  4. The Question for the Month – Annemann

  5. A Practical Card Code – Orville Wayne Meyer

  6. The New Nightmare Effect – Annemann

  7. The Lemon and the Dollar – Conrad Bush


  1. The Jinx – 8 – May 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. An Improvement a la Carte – Annemann

  4. The Astral Shirt Again! – Dr. L. E. Duncanson

  5. Thought Rays – Dr. L. E. Duncanson

  6. Tom Bowyer’s Publicity Trick – Tom Bowyer

  7. The Jinx Five-Foot Shelf of Magic – Annemann

  8. Transient Money – E. D. Wolff


  1. The Jinx – 9 – June 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Number Eighty-Four [last par]

  3. The Modernized Reading – Annemann

  4. The Renovated Sphinx Card Trick – Eddie Clever

  5. A Matter of Policy – Annemann

  6. Pseudo-Psychometry – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – Summer Extra 1935 – 12 pages

  2. contents

  3. Editor Speaking – Annemann

  4. The Jinx Extra Cocktail

  5. A Flash Ribbon Restoration – John K. Bays

  6. Lies! Lies! Lies! – Henry Christ

    • re: The Lie Detective [par 1]

  7. Slate Immortality- letter from R. H. Parrish

  8. Telepathy on the Cuff – R. H. Parrish

  9. Horrors!!! – Stuart Robson

  10. Just the Same Alike – Annemann

  11. With One Hand – Annemann

  12. It Goes This Way – Annemann

  13. The ‘One of a Bunch’ Force – Orville Meyer

  14. The Impression Moderne – Annemann

  15. The Ribbon that Made Good – Orville Meyer

  16. The Migrating Pasteboard – Annemann

  17. The Face Up – Face Down Location – Annemann

  18. A Principle in Disguise – Harry Vosburgh

  19. From Out of the Air – Annemann

  20. The Handkerchief That Flew – Annemann

  21. A Daffy Discovery – Annemann

  22. A New Method of Tabulation – Ralph W. Read

  23. The Unknown Subject – Annemann

  24. Par-Optic Vision – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 10 – July 1935 – 4 pages

  2. Humdrum the Mystic says

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

    • A Frame-Up [par 9]

  4. Twentieth Century Cards – Annemann

  5. Surprise!! – J. G. Thompson, Jr.

    • re: Question for the Month

  6. The Henry E. Dixie Cigarette Vanish – Henry E. Dixie

  7. Extra-Sensory Perception – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 11 – August 1935 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Publicity Stunt [par 6]

    • Tip on Using Pigeons [par 7]

    • Ribbon Restoration [last par]

  3. A Cigarette Rolled by Proxy – Orville Meyer

  4. The Fan Location – El Ray

  5. A Trick with the Fan Location – Annemann

  6. A Card to be Thought About – Annemann

  7. A Divination with Matches – Fred DeMuth

  8. The Card Unharmed – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 12 – September 1935 – 4 pages

  2. Humdrum the Mystic says

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

  4. Thoughts in General – Annemann

    • A Card Puzzle [par 1]

    • Two Betting Propositions [par 2 & 3]

    • Improvement to “Seven Keys to Baldplate” [par 4]

    • Shrinking Dollar Stunt (The Shrinking Bill) [par 5]

    • Variation of “Canary and Light Bulb” [par 6]

    • Comedy Use for Foo Can [par 7]

    • Tip to Card Workers [par 8]

    • re: The Enlarging Penny [par 8]

    • Tip for “Vanishing Bird Cage” [par 9]

    • Tip for “Cards from Pockets” [par 10]

    • Wrinkle for Planting Productions [par 11]

  5. The Solitaire King – Annemann

  6. Four Aces on the Stage – Annemann

  7. Wanted – A Card Routine without cards! – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 13 – October 1935 – 4 pages

  2. Humdrum the Mystic says

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

    • ”Rising Card” Tips [par 2]

    • Tip for “Vanishing Bird Cage” [par 3]

    • A Cigarette Vanish [par 5]

    • The Enlarging Penny [par 8]

  4. An Original Tie for Loads – Ottokar Fischer

  5. Higher Magic! – Annemann

  6. The Super Slates – Anonymous

  7. Cards and a Newspaper – Arthur Johnson

  8. Aces of Eight!! – Otis Manning


  1. The Jinx – 14 – November 1935 – 6 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Fortune Telling Tip [par 1]

    • Tip on Using Pigeons [par 7]

    • An Original Routine for Publicity [par 11]

  3. A Card in Flight!! – Bobby Hummer

  4. Coins, En Route! – Ottokar Fischer – incomplete

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. Cauldron – letter from Burling Hull

  7. reply to Burling Hull from Theo Annemann

  8. A Cute and Quick Location – Annemann

  9. Metal versus Fabric – Fred DeMuth

  10. Thoughts in the Air – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 15 – December 1935 – 6 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Tip for Mentalists [par 3]

  3. An Original Faked Envelope with a Publicity Angle – Annemann

  4. articles regarding magicians and their doings

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. A Different Card Spelling – George C. Hanneman

  7. An Original Ball-Dropper – Ottokar Fischer

  8. Diabolical Influence – Harris Solomon


  1. The Jinx – 16 – January 1936 – 4 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. A Visible Cigarette Vanisher – Lu-Brent

  4. Again A Prediction – “Doc” Mifflin

  5. The Lucky Number Magic Square – Royal V. Heath

  6. Brrr!! (Meaning ‘very cold’) – Otis Manning

  7. The Acme Thought Card Pass – Dr. Jacob Daley & Annemann


  1. The Jinx – Winter Extra 1935/36 – 10 pages

  2. Editor Speaking – Theo Annemann

    • Tip for “Floating Match” [par 8]

    • Tip for Glass Penetration Frame [par 9]

  3. Impromptu Vision – J. G. Thompson, Jr.

  4. The Puzzling Speller – Bobby Hummer

  5. The Undercover Mystery – Annemann

  6. Tobacco Magic – Lu-Brent

  7. The Classical Cigarette – Lu-Brent

  8. Simplex Torn Card and Balloon – Lu-Brent

  9. The Itinerant Dollar – Jacob Steisal

  10. The 32 Card Mystery – Audley Walsh

  11. The Psychic Knows – Robert Parrish

  12. Money in the Pocket – Jack Vosburgh

  13. The 20th Century Slate Test – Jean Hugard

  14. More Higher Magic – Annemann

    • re: Higher Magic!

  15. The Ultra Slate Message – Dr. Jacob Daley

  16. Automatic Seconds – Harry J. Smith

  17. ”How Did He Know?” – Vincent Dalban

  18. A Test of Power – Eddie Clever

  19. A Ring in Transit- Eddie Clever


  1. The Jinx – 17 – February 1936 – 6 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Single Die Force – Clement de Lion [par 7]

    • Tip on “Psychic Writing” [par 9]

    • Deck Vanish – Question for the Month – Robert Parrish [par 10]

    • Tips for Card Fanners [par 11]

  3. Cigarettes in the Dark – Annemann

  4. The Spectator’s Choice – Stewart Judah

  5. Comic Section – parody letter to “Our Associated Dealers” from Burling Hull

  6. Magician’s business cards

  7. Finger Exercise! – Otis Manning

  8. A Novel Glass Thru Hat – Alvin C. Thompson

  9. The Origin and History of the Torn Deck Trick – Julian J. Proskauer


  1. The Jinx – 18 – March 1936 – 6 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Wine Production [par 3]

  3. The Miracle Speller – Vincent Dalban

  4. The Phantom Cigarette – Lu-Brent

  5. Improvements to effects in earlier issues

    • Jinx 1 – page 2 – The Supreme East Indian Needle trick – Annemann

    • Jinx 1 – page 1 – Hallucination – Charles W. Fricks

    • Jinx 2 – page 7 – Your Card! – Orville Meyer

    • Jinx 3 – page 11 – The Bending Swizzle Stick – Annemann

    • Jinx 4 – page 14 – Cigarette Perception – Frank N. Dodd

    • Jinx 7 – page 28 – The Lemon and the Dollar – Leo H. Sullivan

    • Jinx 9 – page 35 – A Matter of Policy – Max Holden

    • Jinx Summer Extra 1936 – page 48 – Par-Optic Vision – Annemann

    • Jinx 10 – page 52 – Extra-Sensory Perception – Annemann

    • Jinx 11 – page 55 – A Divination With Matches – Herbert R. Hood

    • Jinx 10 – page 50 – Twentieth Century Cards – R. M. Jamison

  6. Cauldron – letter from Frank Lane

  7. Thoughts in General – Annemann

    • Card on the Ceiling [par 2]

    • Tube Tips [par 3]

    • Improvement on “Brema Nut Trick” [par 5]

    • The Card Vanishes [last par]

  8. Death Fight! – Tom Sellers


  1. The Jinx – 19 – April 1936 – 6 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Living and Dead [par 4]

    • Tip for Book Test [par 9]

    • A Locator Card [par 10]

    • Tip for “Syko” Users [par 13]

  3. The Audition of the Age – Charles Nagle

  4. Cauldron – Frank Lane correspondence

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. The Scarney Thought Card – John Scarney

  7. Another Stop! – Anonymous

  8. A Version of the Al Baker Three Billet Trick – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 20 – May 1936 – 8 pages

  2. photo of Howard Thurston

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Use for Score [Advertising] Card [par 8]

  4. Think It Over! – helpful bits of advice – Annemann

  5. March of Events – articles regarding magicians and their doings

  6. Inflation – Monty Crowe

  7. Silver or Copper – Conrad Bush

  8. Letter at Hand and Acted Upon – letter from Bruce Elliott

    • The Ordinary Changing Tray

  9. From Beyond the Grave – Annemann

  10. March of Time Finale Trick – Keith Clark


  1. The Jinx – 21 – June 1936 – 8 pages

  2. photo of Otis Manning

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Comedy By-Play [par 5]

    • re: Brrr! [par 7]

  4. Trivia – Theo Annemann

  5. Think It Over! – helpful bits of advice – Annemann

  6. Notes of the Notables – articles regarding magicians and their doings

  7. The Audley Walsh Coincidence – Audley Walsh

  8. Prophecy Plus – L. Vosburgh Lyons

  9. Triple Coercion – Annemann

  10. Money Mentalism – Charles Rosenthal

  11. The Spectral Seamstress – Charles T. Jordan


  1. The Jinx – 22 – July 1936 – 6 pages

  2. Numero! – Al Baker

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Candle Interlude [par 3]

  4. Trivia – Theo Annemann

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. Notes of the Notables – articles regarding magicians and their doings

  7. A Question of Power – L. Vosburgh Lyons

  8. The Card Phenomenon – Audley Walsh

  9. ”Here’s Your Change—?” – Lu-Brent


  1. The Jinx Summer Extra 1936 – 10 pages

  2. comments – Theo Annemann

  3. Suggested Programs – No. One – A Club Act of Magic – Annemann

  4. An Amusing Card Reversal – Lynn Searles

  5. A Paradox of Pairs – Dr. Jacob Daley

  6. The Annemann Bell Box – Annemann

  7. The “So Simple” Force – Lynn Searles

  8. Dice and a Book – Annemann

  9. ”We Stand Pat” – Lu-Brent

  10. Governmental Wizardry – Charles Nagle

  11. Trickery! – Annemann

  12. On the Wire – Annemann

  13. The Novelty Box Selection – Lyman Allen

  14. The “Ad Lib” Spelling – Dr. Jacob Daley

  15. Bert Reese Secrets – Bert Reese


  1. The Jinx – 23 – August 1936 – 6 pages

  2. Calendar Conjuring – Tom Sellers

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

    • Pencil Routine [par 1]

    • Tip for Davenport Card Silks [par 4]

  4. Trivia – Theo Annemann

    • Tip on “Prayer Bottle”

  5. Suggested Programs – No. Two – A Mental Club Act – Annemann

  6. Magician’s business cards

  7. ”What the H___!?” – Vincent Lynch

  8. Dr. Daley’s Death Divination – Dr. Jacob Daley

  9. The Touch That Tells – Anonymous

  10. Last Minute News – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 24 – September 1936 – 6 pages

  2. Miraskill – Stewart James

  3. comments – Theo Annemann

  4. Think It Over! – helpful bits of advice – Annemann

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. The Candy King – Stewart James

  7. A Mental Test Revamped – Herbert Hood

    • re: Two Mindreading Publicity Effects

  8. The Reticent Queen – Newton Hall

  9. Climax! – Henry Christ


  1. The Jinx – 25 – October 1936 – 6 pages

  2. Twenty-First Century Silks – Lorne De Blois

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. The Modern Eye-Popper – Dick Madden

  5. Cauldron – correspondence with Burling Hull

  6. Numismatigic – Stewart James

  7. The Word on the Page – Annemann

  8. Cards in the Cases – John Braun & Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 26 – November 1936 – 6 pages

  2. The Guidance of Fate – Two Mysteries – Orville Meyer

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Tip to Night Club Workers [par 4]

    • The Problem of the Ice Cube [par 7]

  4. Think It Over! – helpful bits of advice – Annemann

  5. Only an Image – Eddie Clever

  6. Here or There? – R. M. Jamison

  7. A William Larsen Program – letter from William Larsen


  1. The Jinx – 27 – December 1936 – 4 pages

  2. Notaria – Annemann

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • In the Bag [par 1]

    • Tip for Davenport Card Silks [par 6]

  4. Color Blindness – Sigmund Krumgold

  5. Follow Me – Jean Hugard

  6. A Mentalist with Money – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 28 – January 1937 – 6 pages

  2. A Story of Crime – Annemann

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Tip for Davenport Card Silks [par 5]

    • article regarding magicians and their doings

  4. Magician’s business cards

  5. Improvements to effects in earlier issues

    • Jinx 9 – page 35 – A Matter of Policy – Andrew Brennan

    • Jinx 21 – page 122 – Prophecy Plus – L. Vosburgh Lyons

    • Jinx Summer Extra 1935 – page 41 – Horrors!!! – L. Vosburgh Lyons

    • Jinx 18 – page 101 – Thoughts in General, Paragraph Two – Scotty Lang

    • Jinx 17 – page 92 – The Spectator’s Choice – Annemann

    • Jinx 11 – page 56 – The Card Unharmed – Monty Crowe

    • Jinx 22 – page 130 – The Card Phenomenon – Charles Larsen

    • Jinx 18 – page 102 – Death Fight! – Andrew Brennan

    • Jinx 23 – page 141 – Calendar Conjuring – Dr. Jacob Daley

    • Jinx 25 – page 157 – Numisnatigic – E. J. Oeinck

    • Jinx 24 – page 151 – A Mental Test Revamped – William Larsen

    • Jinx Summer Extra 1936 – page 135 – Dice and a Book – Frederick F. Clark

    • Jinx 21 – page 119 – Think It Over! – Orville Meyer

  6. The Jinx “Zipper” Cocktail – Ernest K. Schieledge

  7. The Secret Order of the Aces – Annemann

  8. The Mutilated Card – Russell Prunier


  1. The Jinx Winter Extra 1936-1937 – 10 pages

  2. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • article regarding magicians and their doings

  3. Two Cheating Mysteries – Annemann

  4. Multeffect Cards – Val Evans

  5. The Impromptu Passing – L. Vosburgh Lyons

  6. The Rhummy Master – Unknown

  7. The Restless Dozen – Tom Bowyer

  8. The Double Ad Test – Annemann

  9. The Super Eye Popper – Jess E. Mills

  10. He Picks the Right Card – Nancy Page – reprint

  11. Les Cartes Par Hasard – Stuart P. Cramer

  12. The New Addition Slate Presentation – Dr. Jacob Daley

  13. Card on the Wing – variation of the above

  14. The Psychic Toothpick – Annemann

  15. Parallel Thoughts – Annemann

    • re: The Secret Order of the Aces

  16. The Lover’s Knots – Audley Walsh


  1. The Jinx – 29 – February 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Just an Echo – James T. Deacy

    • re: Triple Coercion

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. The New “Miracle” Effect – Orville Meyer

  5. Duo Telepathy – Robert H. Parrish

  6. One in Fifty-Two – Sidney Margulies

  7. The Walk Around Discovery – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 30 – March 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Controlled Luck – Newton Hall

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • article regarding magicians and their doings

  4. Modern Magic Programs – A Series

    • No. One – John Mulholland

    • No. Two – Harry Opel

    • No. Three – Glen Pope

  5. Suggested Routines No. Three – A Magical Club Program – Annemann

  6. Card Passe-Passe – Oscar H. Paulson

  7. Spell Me – Henry J. Christ

  8. Your Fortune, Miss! – Audley Walsh


  1. The Jinx – 31 – April 1937 – 6 pages

  2. The Krazy Kode – Bertram Adams

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • article regarding magicians and their doings

  4. Inside Stuff on Magis – articles regarding magicians and their doings

  5. The Krazy Kode – Fu-Chan

  6. Modern Magic Programs – A Series

    • No. Four – Nate Leipzig

  7. Tattle Tale Card – Edward Reese

  8. Wired Thought – Annemann

  9. Restless Cards – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 32 – May 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Before Your Eyes – Norman Ashworth

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. In Regards to “Variety” – Annemann

  5. Modern Magic Programs – A Series

    • No. Five – Charles Blake

  6. A Composite Routine – Annemann

  7. Between the Lines – Annemann

  8. Voodoo – Arthur Monroe


  1. The Jinx – 33 – June 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Dead Man’s Hand – Henry T. Christ

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • articles regarding magicians and their doings

  4. The Jaipur Jinnee – Eddie Clever

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. The Mystic Necktie – Joseph H. Fries

  7. Dates – Charles T. Jordan


  1. The Jinx Summer 1937 Extra – 12 pages

  2. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Tip for Davenport Card Silks [par 8]

  3. The Phantom Artist

  4. Hank the Hermit – Lorne De Blois

  5. The Phantom Artist – George Washington

  6. The Spirit Bracelet – Anonymous

  7. Operator Calling – Harris Solomon

  8. G-Men – Arthur De Mello

  9. The Phantom Artist – William Jennings Bryan

  10. Plate and Silk – Byron Churchill

  11. The Phantom Artist – Abraham Lincoln

  12. Pocketbook Card – Annemann

  13. The Oss of Lhasa – Annemann

  14. Banana Bill – Edward Reese

  15. Four-in-One Silks – Charles T. Jordan


  1. The Jinx – 34 – July 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Lock and Key – Henry Fetsch

    • re: Thoughts in General [pg 58]

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. Suggested Routines No. Four – A No Card Mystery Act – Annemann

  5. Uniflight – Orville Meyer

  6. The Gysel Slate – Bob Gysel

  7. Feel!! – Stuart Robson


  1. The Jinx – 35 – August 1937 – 6 pages

  2. The Card Angler – Stuart Robson

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • poem [par 6]

  4. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon

  5. The Folk Test – Stewart James

  6. Mind or Muscle? – Annemann

  7. An Invitation to Lunch with Beer – Val Evans


  1. The Jinx – 36 – September 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Security – George P. Sanderson

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Title This Yourself! [cartoon]

    • He Picks the Right Card [par 6]

    • Tip to Dog Owners [par 6]

  4. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  5. Out of the Ether – Eddie Clever

  6. Call Your Hand – Annemann

  7. The “Double Steal” – Frank N. Dodd


  1. The Jinx – 37 – October 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Nyctalopia – Paul Curry

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Evolution

    • re: The Card Angler [par 5]

  4. Creation – cartoon by Carl Rose reprinted from The Saturday Evening Post

  5. The Rhummy Cheat – Frank Travers

  6. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  7. My Own Swami Test – Annemann

  8. The New Spell Me – Henry Christ

    • re: Spell Me!

  9. Duplex Date Reading – Charles T. Jordan


  1. The Jinx – 38 – November 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Ultra Addition – Jacob Daley

  3. Suggested Routines No. Five – “No Code” Telepathy – Annemann

  4. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  5. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  6. Up and Down – Dai Vernon

  7. Dead! – Orville Meyer

  8. A Sailor’s Rope – Joseph H. Fries


  1. The Jinx – 39 – December 1937 – 6 pages

  2. Gambler at Large – Frank Travers

  3. Cauldron – letters from Keith Clark & Jean Hugard

  4. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  5. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  6. Thimbles No End! – L. E. Duncanson

  7. Smoker’s Paradise – Val Evans

  8. Locatrik – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 40 – January 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Phantom Hand – Oscar Wiegle, Jr.

  3. Indetectable – Tom Bowyer

  4. Ostracism – Josef Bauer

  5. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  6. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  7. The Ultra Find – Annemann

  8. For a Dime – Tom Bowyer

  9. Preposterous – Martin Gardiner


  1. The Jinx Winter Extra 1937-1938 – 10 pages

  2. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Tip on “Before Your Eyes” [last par]

  3. Martin Gardiner’s Manuscript

    1. It Strikes Again

    2. Through the Hank

    3. Two Penny Stunts

    4. Newspell

    5. Synthetic Seconds

    6. Cigarette vs Beer

    7. That Quaint Joker

    8. Card Minded

    9. Color Trouble

    10. Draw Poker Plus

    11. A Smart Cigarette

    12. An Easy Lesson

    13. Two Quarter Stunts

    14. Three Piles

    15. The Houdini Pen

    16. Pocket to Cuff

    17. Fountain Pen Gone


  1. The Jinx – 41 – February 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Date Sense – Walter Gibson

    • re: Calendar Conjuring

  3. Dollar Cut – Dr. E. G. Ervin

  4. Power! – Martin Gardiner

  5. Equine Matchistry – Harry Stern

  6. One Little Word – Albert Sidney

  7. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • article regarding magicians and their doings

    • Numbers and Letters [last par]

  8. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  9. Give a Number! – Harrison

  10. Yggdrasil – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 42 – March 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Hat Pin – Jaks of Budapest

  3. Compact – Jaks of Budapest

  4. Three Chances – Lu Brent

  5. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  6. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  7. A New Force Deck – Charles T. Jordan

  8. New Card Math – George Hanneman

  9. A Ballade of the Would Be Mage – Charlton Andrews

  10. Dark Sorcery – Albert Sidney


  1. The Jinx – 43 – April 1938 – 8 pages

  2. Who Killed Mr. X? – J. G. Thompson, Jr.

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Magic Music [par 1]

    • The Explosive Cards [par 4]

    • Houdini Vanishes an Elephant [par 5]

    • Transatlantic Vanish [par 7]

  4. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  5. Corner Restored – Stephen Simpson

  6. How’s Tricks! – Correspondence anent G. L. Kaufman’s book by S.A.M. Ethics Committee

  7. Ghost Writer – R. M. Jamison

  8. The Magician’s Dream – Audley Walsh


  1. The Jinx – 44 – May 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Nufind – Al Baker

  3. Sensitive Soul – Blois Houghton

  4. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • A Clever Autograph Book [par 6]

  5. ’Nuts to You’ – Gerald Kosky

  6. Nomolos – Harris Solomon

  7. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  8. article regarding magicians and their doings

  9. Knockout! – Henry Fetsch


  1. The Jinx – 45 – June 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Sacred Script – Gordon R. McKenney

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. Flighty Aces – Lu-Brent

  5. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued

  6. Ervin Subtleties – Dr. E. G. Ervin

    • A New Torn Cigarette Paper Wrinkle

    • An Invisible Card Shiner

    • A Paper Cup and Silk Routine

  7. Devil’s Luck! – L. Vosburgh Lyons


  1. The Jinx – 46 – July 1938 – 6 pages

  2. The Card from Hell – Clayton Rawson

  3. The Camel and the Needle’s Eye – Clayton Rawson

  4. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Houdini Vanishes an Elephant [par 7]

  5. Mephisto Thot – J. G. Thompson, Jr.

  6. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – continued


  1. The Jinx 1938 Summer Extra – 12 pages

  2. Contents

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • How to Use Daub [par 1]

    • Presentation for Bullet Catching Mystery [par 3]

    • The Torn Straw Hat Band [par 5]

    • How to Make Colored Flash Paper [par 6]

  4. Shower of Plumes – Edwin P. Sachs

  5. Mental Numbers – Vincent Dalban

  6. Mystic Matching – Dan Bellman

  7. Subconscious Mystery – Dr. William Bates

  8. Behind That Door! – Clayton Rawson

  9. Wise Guy Catch – Sidney Wimbrough

  10. The —– of — Trick – Martin Gardiner

  11. Found Out – Annemann

  12. Swindle – Gerald Kosky

  13. Puzzle From a Top Hat – Rawson

  14. Demon’s Divination – Charles T. Jordan

  15. Hypnosthesia – Newton Hall

  16. Jordan Plus Gardiner – Annemann

    • re: Preposterous [par 1]

  17. Wireless Telepathy – Annemann


  1. The Jinx – 47 – August 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Was Prof. J. B. Rhine Hoodwinked? – Annemann

    • re: Yggdrasil

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Cities and People with Magical Names [par 6]

  4. Decepto – Byron Churchill

  5. Queer Quest – Stewart James

  6. The Stanyon Lessons for the Cups and Balls – Ellis Stanyon – conclusion

  7. Dr. Jacob Daley’s Cup and Ball Routine – Dr. Jacob Daley

  8. Fatal Number – Henry Christ


  1. The Jinx – 48 – September 1938 – 6 pages

  2. The Answer! – Dr. Jacob Daley

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Two Teasers [last par]

  4. Deck Digit Dial and Devil – Stewart James

  5. Restless Colors – F. Jackson

  6. Magician’s business cards

  7. Coincido – Peter Warlock


  1. The Jinx – 49 – October 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Brain Wave Deck – Dai Vernon

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Zenith Telepathy [par 9]

    • Tip on “Sacred Script” [par 10]

  4. articles regarding magicians and their doings

  5. Report of the Puzzle Department for September

    • re: Two Teasers

  6. Suggested Routine No. 6 – “Strictly Impromptu” – Orville Meyer

  7. Magic Mix Up – Stuart Robson

  8. Lexicon Test – E. Leslie May

  9. Ghostatic Touch – Henry Fetsch


  1. The Jinx – 50 – November 1938 – 6 pages

  2. Gabbatha – J. G. Thompson, Jr.

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. Reincarnation – Fetsch-Harrison

  5. Our Cartoon Collection

  6. Gene-Eye – William Handerson

  7. The Black Brand – Jaks


  1. The Jinx – 51 – December 1938 – 6 pages

  2. You See? – Harold Lloyd

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Abbott’s $2 Bricks [par 4]

  4. Exposed! – Time Marches On – reprint

  5. Predicto – Gerald Kosky

  6. Travel Thought – Henry Fetsch

  7. Watchistry – Martin Gardner

  8. Encore Voodoo – Eddie Clever

    • re: Voodoo


  1. The Jinx – 52 – January 1939 – 6 pages

  2. Bits of Presto – Barbara Stanwyck

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Will Rock’s Amateur Assistant [par 9]

    • Charley DeMont & Young Annemann [last par]

  4. Telethot – Jordan-Annemann

  5. Magician’s business cards

  6. Magic versus Mentalism – Leslie May

  7. ”Unemployed” – business card gag – Sid Lorraine

  8. Satan’s Silks – Orville Meyer


  1. The Jinx Winter Extra 1938-39 – 12 pages

  2. Editriviette – Theo Annemann

  3. Money Method – L. Vosburgh Lyons

    • Controlled Currency [par 2]

    • Bill Switch and Trick

  4. newspaper article about Dolly Spence and Theo Hardeen with Olsen and Johnson- article regarding magicians and their doings

  5. Much Thought – Alphonso

  6. Five Findo – Annemann

  7. Never Play with Strangers – letter from Art Lyle

  8. Jinx Blazer – Jinx Drinx No. 3 – Annemann

  9. Ultimo [Deck] – advertisement & article – Charles T. Jordan

  10. Ace in the Hole – Gordon McKenney

  11. Contest Dept.

    • Three Shifts [par 2]

  12. P.L.O.A. Keeler – Charles Nyquist


  1. The Jinx – 53 – February 1939 – 6 pages

  2. Criss-Cross – Stephen Simpson

  3. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  4. Sympathetic Clubs – Herbert Milton

  5. Voices in the Night –or- A Travelling Salesman vs A Farmer’s Daughter – Orville Meyer

  6. Rope Riting – Dr. J. H. Fries


  1. The Jinx – 54 – March 1939 – 6 pages

  2. Tervil – Orville Meyer

  3. Symmyst – Orville Meyer

  4. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

    • Card Monstrosities [par 2]

    • Remedying those Dry Thumbs and Fingers [par 3]

    • How to Make Double Cards [par 5]

    • Pocket Presto [par 7]

  5. Robert Weill

    • I’m Sorry

  6. Last Chance – L. Vosburgh Lyons

  7. Pick-Up Force – Tommy Rozum




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