Very Good. Good Dust Jacket. Boards Are In Very Good Condition. Good Dust Jacket, The Jacket Has A Small Tears At The Outer Edges. Creased With Some Small Tears All Around The Edges. The Dust Jacket Is Not Price Clipped. 173 Pages No Index. Original $4.95 Price On The Jacket. First Edition First Printing. Printed In Canada 1969. Sun Damaged Dust Jacket. Large Heavy Books May Need More Payment For Overseas Delivery.
Near Fine in Very Good + jacket. 8vo. Grey cloth with silver lettered spine. Book with very light musty smell otherwise in fine condition. Dust jacket not price clipped, with only very light wear to edges in a couple of spots. A clean and tight copy. Illustrated with black and white photographs.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo. Gilt lettered grey cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated with photographs. Dust jacket spine with light fade and a few short tears, otherwise a near fine copy of a significant hockey book by the Soviet national coach.
As new in good jacket. x, 173 p. 24 p. 14 b&w diagrams and 12 b&w photos. Grey cloth hardcover. In mylar-covered pictorial dustjacket. Some small tears, creases, and light wear to jacket, mainly to top edge. Spine and upper front edge of jacket sunned. Dustjacket title reads: "Russian Hockey Coach Tarasov Tells How To Win The Olympics." Topics include: the main weapon of Soviet hockey; secrets of a Soviet coach; outwit rather than outskate; psychology; stamina; tourament in Ljubljana; Stockholm; etc.
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