A Manual of Ping-Pong, The Game, Its Tactics, and Laws
Boston, MA: Walker Press, 1929.
Softcover. Very Good. 68 pp, with two portraits, in original wrappers. Light soiling and handling wear to wrappers; contents clean and sound. This volume is described in the Introduction as "a valuable manual to Ping-Pong, for in it an expert player tells why and how he plays the game and tells it in language that a novice can understand and profit by. One finds a clear exposition of stroke technique, tactics, grips and all the essentials of play told with the enthusiasm that is necessary to success."
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