Cheerleading Robison 1980 Break out your pom poms everyone and start thinking about cheering your team to victory. We have had a few cheerleading books over the years. Back when this was published, cheerleading was not considered to be athletic.
The Book of Table Tennis – How to Play the Game Cowan 1972 Submitter: Recently weeded from a Public Library. An entire black and white book dedicated to how to play table tennis. There are pictures to demonstrate every type
Gale Sayers: Star Running Back May 1973 Submitter: I believe this is an awful book because I was a tween when the movie Brian’s Song, starring James Caan and Billy D. Williams, appeared on television, and I am now of retireable
Steal This Urine Test: Fighting Drug Hysteria in America Hoffman 1987 Submitter: Perhaps this would be best described as an awful book cover as the content is (from the bit I’ve browsed) actually a well-organized and well-researched argument against mandatory
Bowling Burton 1973 Submitter: It is important for us to provide information on pastimes and hobbies for our students’ leisure time. Which is why this bowling book from 1973 is a great choice. There’s nothing kids today like better. Inexplicably,
Sports Illustrated Tumbling Tonry 1983 First, I thought all of the stuff in this book was really called “gymnastics”. Is there a difference? Directed at both athletes and coaches, there are some funky drawings and detailed instructions on how to
Badminton Sports Techniques Series The Athletic Institute 1969 Submitter: Make them go away! These sports books are the walking dead of our collection–never quite eliminated. They keep staggering into view. I’m sure the game and terminology hasn’t changed much since
Jump for Joy: The Rebounding Exercise Book White 1984 Submitter: I work in a public library and this book came in from one of our partners to fill a reserve. Holly: I bet the patron who requested it was disappointed,