How to Keep Slender and Fit After Thirty Prudden 1969 Pocket Books edition, 1970 Oh my! The leotard is the best feature on this cover! A quick WorldCat search revealed quite a few public libraries are hanging on to this
It’s All Relative: How to Create Your Own Personal Family History Trivia Game Bonsey and Healey 1988 Submitter: Our library has been weeding regularly, but somehow this gem was overlooked until it was returned recently. This book is hilariously terrible
What is Bowling? Ravielli 1975 Submitter: The history of bowling with stereotyped fat, hairy, big-lipped caveman on the front is really an amazing way to get kids interested in a modern sport. I think the Geico caveman should get involved
O.J. Simpson: Football’s Record Rusher Felser 1974 Submitter:Hard to recall a time when “O.J. Simpson” connoted “great football player” in the zeitgeist. Oddly enough, he didn’t play for the (Ford) Broncos, but for the Buffalo Bills. This is the last
Swimming and Diving The American Red Cross 1938 Submitter: I can’t believe this book survived two circ system upgrades, including re-barcoding, and an inventory! The copyright date is 1938. Seriously. Our book is a 37th printing, and according to the
Armwrestling: How to Become a Champion Jeffrey 1977 Submitter: I suppose the images speak for themselves. Holly: What does one have to do to become an official armwrestling referee? And why are the contestants wearing referee shirts? I’m fascinated by
The Baseball Book Complete A-to-Z encyclopedia of baseball Hollander, ed. 1982 Every library in Michigan should have weeded this title on principle when the Tigers won the World Series in 1984. (I was there!) So that is a strike 1.
Make the Team in Football Anderson 1961 My knowledge of football is limited to the fact that the Detroit Lions are unlikely to see a Superbowl in my lifetime. I cannot comment on if the rules of play have significantly