The Show-Down magazine, volume 2, number 4. The front cover is green with navy print and features a blue tinted, image of Alice Key against a blue background. Key’s image is oriented left of center. Key is depicted nude with her proper left hand placed on her proper right shoulder. The main cover line to the right of the image reads, [VIEWS OF / STARS / OF / TODAY/ AND / TOMORROW]. Above and below the text are three (3) small stars. The date and price are printed along the bottom edge of the front cover and reads, [April - 1937] on the left and [Ten Cents] on the right. The masthead is centered in the top third of the front cover, and reads, [THE / SHOW-DOWN]. A horizontal blue line extends from either side of the word [THE]. The text, [SHOW-DOWN], is in large, block lettering patterned with vertical white stripes. The interior pages are white and green with black text and black-and-white images. The back cover is features an advertisement for Don Redman and his Orchestra and Orlando Robeson and his Orchestra. This magazine issue is sixteen (16) pages.