Hockey in a Nutshell
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Cape Province: A.S.A & R.W.H.A, 1958. 8.5"x5.5" (oblong), 131 p. First edition/first printing. VG. Green paper boards are illustrated w/ woman hockey player a gold and white title, and the emblem of the A.S.A./R.W.H.A. Gilt lettering on spine is very faded. Rubbing to front board, back board shows very little. Corners are bumped. Binding is tight. Previous owner's name in pencil on pastedown and stamp of her address. Minor foxing to endpaper, otherwise pages are all clean and unmarked w/ no rips or tears. This book is about women's hockey in S. Africa/Rhodesia and includes chapters on Preparation, Starting Correctly, Stickwork, The Players, Tactics, Positional Play, Passing and Dodging, Goalkeeping, Thrust and Initiative, Coaching Method, In Which Position Should I Play?, How To Improve, Captaincy, Equipment, Umpiring, Keep-Fit Training Schemes: A.) For the Average Player B.) For the Advanced Player, Books on Hockey. Many illustrations throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 000245
Title: Hockey in a Nutshell
Publisher: A.S.A & R.W.H.A
Publication Date: 1958
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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The Andalusia Bookman
Bensalem, PA, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Seller Since 14 April 2011
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