Games of Many Nations Harbin 1954 Submitter: Found this little gem on my cart when I was pulling books that have not circulated in the last 3 years. After randomly flipping pages and reading a few games aloud to my coworker,
Hockey… Here’s Howe Howe 1963 In Detroit, and probably in other big hockey towns, it feels sacrilegious to weed something with Gordie Howe on the cover. (For non-hockey people, please refer to this Wikipedia link for a brief bio on Mr.
Wrestling For Gay Guys Black 1995 Of course I wanted to look at this book. The cover and title are just too interesting. I know almost nothing about wrestling so I can’t tell if this book is a put on
Basic Baseball Strategy Freeman 1965 This caught my eye on the floor between stacks on a busy summer day in my library. There were kids all over the place, since a summer reading program event had just finished. A boy,
Knife Throwing: A Practical Guide McEvoy 1973 Submitter: No, this wasn’t found in the Children’s section, but it was found in the 796’s-like it’s a sport! It does talk about competitions, but still. Holly: Isn’t knife throwing a sport? If they have competitions,
Bowling for Women Audsley 1964 Submitter: Here we have a lovely example of why our library needs to weed. This book serves to tell us that bowling is a fashion statement (new dress, anyone?) and that we need more help and
The 12-Minute Total-Body Workout Vedral 1989 So for those of you wanting get started on those resolutions, here is your book. Inside, Joyce leads you through some basic exercises and dispenses diet advice. Also included are many portraits of Joyce
Fitness Running Brown and Henderson 1994 Submitter: I’m guessing that some things have changed about fitness running in the last 20 years. If nothing else, the fashions sure have. Bonus points to this book for mentioning leaving your “cassette tape