Believe it or not this book is still in circulation! All they need to do is just change the title to Pro Football Heroes of Yesterday. I remember these guys from when my dad talked football to my clueless pre-teen self.
Young Samurai: Bodybuilders of Japan Aizawa 1967 Submitter: My previous library, which was a small and very-specialized academic library, finished a large-scale weeding project of its circulating collection (not too long before I left). Among the books was this gem
Bridal Shower Party Games Leister Game Company 1947 Revised 1957 One thing this little dog and pony show of Awful Library Books has taught me is to be able to guess publication dates based on cover art and fonts. Clearly,
Instant Bowling Smith and Cruchon 1965 I have had many bowling oriented questions in my career. As a Midwesterner it’s a given that at one point you will be invited to participate in some kind of bowling event. I think
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 Pocket Calculator Game Book Schlossberg and Brockman 1976 This book is how to have fun with your calculator. You can play spelling games, combine it with cards, and do assorted tricks. Those of us of a certain age remember
Yoga: The 8 steps to health and peace Hittleman 1975 Submitter: I have a submission for a book I just weeded from our collection. We are a suburban community college located outside of Philadelphia. I found this gem in the
The Official Frisbee Handbook Norton 1972 This poor book was barely held together. Pages were almost crunchy and some were falling out. I used ILL for this one and I am surprised someone actually sent it. It looked well used,