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Baseball Golf - Don Peterson with Phil Nero
138 Pages, Softcover, $19.95
The Original Baseball Golf Swing Method emphasizes the similarities between baseball and golf swings in presenting a series of precision and power drills to help anyone play better golf. Don Peterson, PGA professional and a popular Atlanta-based teaching pro, based this book on his previously published instructional manual of 27 drills. In this expanded publication, Peterson with writer Phil Nero compiled and edited training techniques illustrated with hundreds of photos and graphics. Davey Johnson, formerly of the New York Mets writes in the foreword: "Although this book may not be the first time someone has made [the] connection between the athletic motions shared by baseball and golf, the presentation of concepts, drills and training routines is ... the most comprehensive connection yet." The drills take a ground-up approach, beginning with simple weight transfer principles. Baseball-Golf then connects the correct motions of the legs, hips, torso, shoulders, arms, and hands that combine to produce the kind of golf swing golfers desire.
Fishing and Hunting by Canoe - Bob Cary
136 Pages, Softcover, $16.95
Bob Cary's final book is a remarkable combination of useful and hard-to-find information, wonderful artwork and well-honed story-telling.
The passing of writer, outdoorsman and genuine human being Bob Cary his final book, Fishing and Hunting By Canoe. Cary's most recent work is a compilation of canoe hunting and fishing tips and techniques, canoe building, and a history and memoir of memorable experiences in northeastern Minnesota, the land of the Anishinabe people.
The canoe, as originated by the American Indian, was a craft uniquely designed for fishing and hunting. At times it was used for gathering, travel and war, but its chief purposes were for acquiring fish and game, staples in the diet of the Ojibwe, Cree, Micmac, Abnaki, Malecite, Ottawa, Huron, Algonquin, Winnebago and other people located on the North American waterways. It is a craft used extensively for those same purposes by people of North America today.
Gilbert State Champions - The 1951 Basketball Buccaneers - Tom Phillipich
219 Pages, Softcover, $41.95
In March of 1951, a basketball team from tiny Gilbert, Minnesota battled it's way into the state high school tournament and Minnesota sports folklore. Includes CD's of radio broadcasts.
This is an extremely well-written account of the Gilbert Bucs 1951 state championship run. This is back in the days when there was only one class and all the schools, big and small, competed for the championship. Phillipich really does a good job finding out what made the team tick. I felt like I was right there watching this team as I was reading the book. The audio CDs of the state tournament games are a really nice bonus.
-anonymous, Avon, MN