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  • 1951 STANFORD UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL SCRAPBOOK - NEWS CLIPPINGS & BIG GAME TICKET STUB 1951 STANFORD UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL SCRAPBOOK - NEWS CLIPPINGS & BIG GAME TICKET STUB

    STANFORD UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL SCRAPBOOK filled with NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS FOR THE GAMES leading up to the BIG GAME, with a TICKET STUB for the BIG GAME that took place on Saturday, November 24, 1951, laid-in at the rear. The 1951 Stanford Football team made it to the Rose Bowl.

    Scrapbook, no covers, 18 leaves (36 pages), 8x11.5 inches, bound with two brass brads. STANFORD 1951 is written at the bottom of the first page. Newspaper clippings relating to the Stanford 1951 football games are pasted onto both sides of the leaves. Articles are pasted chronologically game to game. The clippings show scores, game details, major plays, star players, etc.

    The last page has a ticket stub for the BIG GAME.…

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    STANFORD UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL SCRAPBOOK filled with NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS FOR THE GAMES leading up to the BIG GAME, with a TICKET STUB for the BIG GAME that took place on Saturday, November 24, 1951, laid-in at the rear. The 1951 Stanford Football team made it to the Rose Bowl.

    Scrapbook, no covers, 18 leaves (36 pages), 8x11.5 inches, bound with two brass brads. STANFORD 1951 is written at the bottom of the first page. Newspaper clippings relating to the Stanford 1951 football games are pasted onto both sides of the leaves. Articles are pasted chronologically game to game. The clippings show scores, game details, major plays, star players, etc.

    The last page has a ticket stub for the BIG GAME. The stub is loose but it appears to have been lightly glued on because there are some glue remnants and a small scrape on the backside.

    Condition: The scrapbook pages and newspaper clippings are age toned, the articles have various creases and some edge wear, overall the clippings are clear and fully legible; the Big Game ticket stub has some glue remnants and a few scrapes on its backside.

    About the 1951 STANFORD FOOTBALL TEAM (from Wikipedia):

    ******The 1951 Stanford Indians football team represented Stanford University in the 1951 college football season. Stanford was led by first year head coach Chuck Taylor. The team was a member of the Pacific Coast Conference and played their home games at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California.

    The 1950 season had ended in disappointing fashion after high expectations and a fast start. Head coach Marchmont Schwartz resigned following the season, and to replace him Stanford hired Chuck Taylor, a former Stanford All-American guard and member of Stanford's undefeated 1940 team which defeated Nebraska in the 1941 Rose Bowl.

    Led by the passing attack of senior quarterback Gary Kerkorian and senior end Bill McColl, Stanford ran out to a 9-0 start and took a #3 ranking into the Big Game, where they were 13 point favorites over rival California. Cal upset the Indians 20-7, but as PCC champions, Stanford was invited to the 1952 Rose Bowl against Big Ten champion and 4th ranked Illinois.******

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  • 1954 DELAWARE PARK HORSE RACE TRACK Plan to FILM RACES w/ 5 ORIGINAL 8x10 PHOTOS 1954 DELAWARE PARK HORSE RACE TRACK Plan to FILM RACES w/ 5 ORIGINAL 8x10 PHOTOS

    NEW DEVELOPMENTS at DELAWARE PARK in 1954. (1) In TELEVISION WORK, (2) In NEWS PHOTO EXPANSION, (3) In FILM PATROL TECHNIQUE. 18 typescript leaves with text on one side only, plus FIVE ORIGINAL 8X10 B&W PHOTOGRAPHS, pages and photos 2 hole punched at their left margin, bound in a stiff folder with metal bracket, typed title label on front cover. Report by this THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING TRACK on its new, and at the time novel, plan to film races at the Park for promotional and news purposes, as well as on the expansion of its still photography capabilities. The report goes into detail as to how the Track Organization intends to make the films unique enough that TV stations will…

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    NEW DEVELOPMENTS at DELAWARE PARK in 1954. (1) In TELEVISION WORK, (2) In NEWS PHOTO EXPANSION, (3) In FILM PATROL TECHNIQUE. 18 typescript leaves with text on one side only, plus FIVE ORIGINAL 8X10 B&W PHOTOGRAPHS, pages and photos 2 hole punched at their left margin, bound in a stiff folder with metal bracket, typed title label on front cover. Report by this THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING TRACK on its new, and at the time novel, plan to film races at the Park for promotional and news purposes, as well as on the expansion of its still photography capabilities. The report goes into detail as to how the Track Organization intends to make the films unique enough that TV stations will want to show them without the Track having to pay for play. Condition: Some wear and staining to covers, including coffee cup rings, droplet stains, soiling, and some edge and corner wear. Internally very nice, the pages and photos are bright, clean, clear, and unmarked. One of a only few, perhaps even a one of a kind report. An interesting, rare item related to the history of Delaware Park. About DELAWARE PARK THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING TRACK (from Wikipedia): ******Delaware Park (also known as DelPark) is an American horse racing track, casino, and golf course in Stanton, Delaware. It is located just outside the city of Wilmington, and about 30 miles from Philadelphia. William DuPont, Jr. a designer of twenty three racing courses, designed and built Delaware Park Racetrack in partnership with Donald P. Ross. Phillip T. Harris of Media, PA., was hired as the architectural engineer. The facility opened on June 26, 1937 and today is the only thoroughbred horse racing track in the state of Delaware. Races are run from May to October. In recent years, near Triple Crown winner Afleet Alex and Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro, both won their career debuts at Delaware (Barbaro did it on the grass at 7-1), and the sprint champion mare Xtra Heat was based there. The track is now home to many horses who routinely ship to and win at the major circuits in New York, Florida and Kentucky.******

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  • 1955 RUSSIAN HUNTING & SPORTING RIFLES & AMMO Published in Moscow ILLUSTRATED 1955 RUSSIAN HUNTING & SPORTING RIFLES & AMMO Published in Moscow ILLUSTRATED

    This is a RUSSIAN HUNTING BOOK with LOTS OF ILLUSTRATIONS of RIFLES and AMMUNITION as well as Outdoor Hunting / Nature Scenes. A Hunter's Sporting Book. TOME II only. I don't know if TOME I was also about Rifles and Hunting or some other Russian sport, but this TOME II clearly focuses on Hunting and Hunting Rifles. Published in Moscow, 1955. TEXT ENTIRELY IN RUSSIAN. Hardcover book, no dustjacket, 8.5" x 10.5", 400 pages. Illustrated with detailed in-text b&w drawings and color plates. GOOD condition, the covers have wear at the spine ends and corner tips, internally just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A solid, nice copy.

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  • 1967 PRE-BIG GAME PARTY at S.F. ROWING CLUB : PLAY the MARTINI METER GAME (Big Game was Stanford vs Cal Berkeley) 1967 PRE-BIG GAME PARTY at S.F. ROWING CLUB : PLAY the MARTINI METER GAME (Big Game was Stanford vs Cal Berkeley)

    1967 PRE-BIG GAME PARTY on Friday, November 17 at the S.F. Rowing Club at Fisherman's Wharf. (The BIG GAME of Stanford vs. UC Berkeley was on Saturday, November 18, 1967.) Hosts Nancy and Doug Tuck, Bill Kneass, and Harry and Judy Hunt. Single fold to make four pages, menu style format, heavy stock paper, printing on front cover and inner 2 panels, rear panel blank, 9x12 inches. GOOD condition, a crease to the upper corner area, light creases from handling, still solid and bright. Publisher unstated. The "Martini Meter Chart" on the 3rd panel is quite funny.

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  • 1970 AP Wirephoto of ONLY FEMALE PRIZE FIGHT MANAGER IN CALIFORNIA with BOXER by GRACE LUNDEEN, QUINCEY DANIELS 1970 AP Wirephoto of ONLY FEMALE PRIZE FIGHT MANAGER IN CALIFORNIA with BOXER
    GRACE LUNDEEN, QUINCEY DANIELS

    Original 1970 AP Wirephoto of GRACE LUNDEEN and her prize fighter QUINCEY DANIELS. 7.5x9.75 inches, including caption. Captioned as follows: "FEMALE FIGHT MANAGER. Mrs. William (Grace) Lundeen, only female prize fight manager in California, works with her fighter, Quincey Daniels, at punching bag. AP WIREPHOTO. 1970." Condition: The image is bright and clear, the caption is fading but legible, the backside has browned and has brown stains (from processing?). Light signs of handling.

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  • 1994 NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE PROSPECTUS / STRATEGIC PLAN an INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY for forming A NEW SPORTS LEAGUE 1994 NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE PROSPECTUS / STRATEGIC PLAN an INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY for forming A NEW SPORTS LEAGUE

    Titled: NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE: STRATEGIC PLAN. A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY with the BIG LEAGUE SPORT of the FUTURE. Presented by: USA VOLLEYBALL, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and San Diego, California. Dated September 22, 1994. Photocopied pages with clear vinyl covers and plastic comb binding (a copy shop production), 8.5x11 inches. Pagination: [1] cover page, [1] title page, [1] Confidentiality Statement, [5] Executive Summary, [1] Table of Contents, 59 pages + some unnumbered color illustration sheets. Pages printed on one side only. NEAR FINE condition, a few creased corner tips, otherwise tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. RARE, this is the only copy I have or have ever seen. Count me in! This is going to be the next Amazon when it goes public!

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  • AFRICAN AMERICAN Pro Golf BLACK SCHOLARSHIP Celebrity Program LEE ELDER 1977 by Herman A. English AFRICAN AMERICAN Pro Golf BLACK SCHOLARSHIP Celebrity Program LEE ELDER 1977
    Herman A. English

    The Herman A. English Golf Classic, Inc. Presents A National Salute To LEE ELDER. Scarce Event Program

    Published by Herman A. English Enterprises, Los Angeles, California, 1977. First edition. Illustrated softcover, side staple bound, 11" x 8.5", 20 pages, illustrated throughout with b&w photographs of the award recipient, celebrity guests and Black Los Angeles business people. Also contains an interesting compendium of Black owned Los Angeles businesses circa 1977. VERY GOOD CONDITION: a touch of light wear, overall tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Scarce. None in OCLC collections worldwide.

    Held at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles to honor Professional African American Golfer Lee Elder with the first annual Herman A. English Humanitarian Award for his service to Black youth…

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    The Herman A. English Golf Classic, Inc. Presents A National Salute To LEE ELDER. Scarce Event Program

    Published by Herman A. English Enterprises, Los Angeles, California, 1977. First edition. Illustrated softcover, side staple bound, 11" x 8.5", 20 pages, illustrated throughout with b&w photographs of the award recipient, celebrity guests and Black Los Angeles business people. Also contains an interesting compendium of Black owned Los Angeles businesses circa 1977. VERY GOOD CONDITION: a touch of light wear, overall tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Scarce. None in OCLC collections worldwide.

    Held at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles to honor Professional African American Golfer Lee Elder with the first annual Herman A. English Humanitarian Award for his service to Black youth through Lee Elder's Scholarship Foundation. It was much harder for Black golfers to go Pro mostly because they couldn't play the great courses that prepare white golfers for competition. College is an important opportunity, and this well attended scholarship event raised a lot of money for young Black college bound golfers.

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  • CYCLING / RADLEREI with 40 ART NOUVEAU - JUGENDSTIL BICYCLING ILLUSTRATIONS Viennese Cycling Club, Austria 1897 by Viennese Cycling Club members CYCLING / RADLEREI with 40 ART NOUVEAU - JUGENDSTIL BICYCLING ILLUSTRATIONS Viennese Cycling Club, Austria 1897
    Viennese Cycling Club members

    RADLEREI ! 40 KUNSTTAFELN. HERAUSGEGEBEN vom WIENER RADFAHR-CLUB "KUNSTLERHAUS". Text redigirt von Carl Rabis und Carl Seidl.

    (CYCLING! 40 ART PLATES by the VIENNESSE CYCLING CLUB "KUNSTLERHAUS". Text edited by Carl Rabis and Carl Seidl.)

    An anthology of illustrations and accompanying text on cycling. Printed by Gerlach & Schenk for the Viennese Cycling Club, Wien / Vienna, [1897]. TEXT IN GERMAN.

    The 40 CYCLING ILLUSTRATIONS are all in the JUGENDSTIL / ART NOUVEAU STYLE that was flourishing in Vienna at the time, most are chromolithographed or helio-engraved images, many are multi colored or tinted. ALL the illustrations feature BIKES and CYCLISTS, male and female. The illustrations are based on works by noted Austrian and German illustrators of the day. The…

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    RADLEREI ! 40 KUNSTTAFELN. HERAUSGEGEBEN vom WIENER RADFAHR-CLUB "KUNSTLERHAUS". Text redigirt von Carl Rabis und Carl Seidl.

    (CYCLING! 40 ART PLATES by the VIENNESSE CYCLING CLUB "KUNSTLERHAUS". Text edited by Carl Rabis and Carl Seidl.)

    An anthology of illustrations and accompanying text on cycling. Printed by Gerlach & Schenk for the Viennese Cycling Club, Wien / Vienna, [1897]. TEXT IN GERMAN.

    The 40 CYCLING ILLUSTRATIONS are all in the JUGENDSTIL / ART NOUVEAU STYLE that was flourishing in Vienna at the time, most are chromolithographed or helio-engraved images, many are multi colored or tinted. ALL the illustrations feature BIKES and CYCLISTS, male and female. The illustrations are based on works by noted Austrian and German illustrators of the day. The accompanying text is by numerous members of the Viennesse Cycling Club.

    HARDCOVERS, engraved illustration on the front cover, 9x12 inches (23x30 cm), 81 pages plus 2 pages of art nouveau style ads at the rear.

    CONDITION: The cover corners are worn and chipped and the edges are mostly worn through, otherwise the covers are solid and the front cover's engraved illustration is brilliant; internally nice, there is light toning to the margins otherwise the pages are tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    ART NOUVEAU and EARLY CYCLING. Cool and Scarce. Ride On!

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  • Elusive 1865 AMERICAN HORSE RACING Antique Equestrian Folio TURF FIELD & FARM : Sportsman's Oracle and Country Gentleman's Newspaper. The First 56 Bound Issues of this Iconic 19th Century American Horse Racing Periodical. From August 5, 1865 To August 25, 1866. First and only editions. by S.D. & B.G. Bruce, Editors Elusive 1865 AMERICAN HORSE RACING Antique Equestrian Folio TURF FIELD & FARM : Sportsman's Oracle and Country Gentleman's Newspaper. The First 56 Bound Issues of this Iconic 19th Century American Horse Racing Periodical. From August 5, 1865 To August 25, 1866. First and only editions.
    S.D. & B.G. Bruce, Editors

    1865 AMERICAN HORSE RACING - TURF FIELD & FARM Sportsman's Oracle and Country Gentleman's Newspaper.

    The First 56 Bound Issues of this Iconic 19th Century American Horse Racing Periodical. From August 5, 1865 To August 25, 1866. Published by S.D. & B.G. Bruce, Editors and Proprietors. New York. First and only editions.

    Volume I, No. 1, Saturday, August 5, 1865 through Volume I, No. 22, Saturday, December 30, 1865. Paginated 1-352. Volume II, No. 1, Saturday, January 6, 1866 through Volume ii, No. 26, Saturday, June 30, 1866. Paginated 1-416. Volume iii, No. 1, Saturday, July 7, 1866 through Volume III, No. 8, Saturday, August 25, 1866. Paginated 1-128.

    Large folio hardbound in 3/4 leather over marbled paper covered boards,…

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    1865 AMERICAN HORSE RACING - TURF FIELD & FARM Sportsman's Oracle and Country Gentleman's Newspaper.

    The First 56 Bound Issues of this Iconic 19th Century American Horse Racing Periodical. From August 5, 1865 To August 25, 1866. Published by S.D. & B.G. Bruce, Editors and Proprietors. New York. First and only editions.

    Volume I, No. 1, Saturday, August 5, 1865 through Volume I, No. 22, Saturday, December 30, 1865. Paginated 1-352. Volume II, No. 1, Saturday, January 6, 1866 through Volume ii, No. 26, Saturday, June 30, 1866. Paginated 1-416. Volume iii, No. 1, Saturday, July 7, 1866 through Volume III, No. 8, Saturday, August 25, 1866. Paginated 1-128.

    Large folio hardbound in 3/4 leather over marbled paper covered boards, gilt title on spine, 16.5" x 11.5", 56 issues, 896 total pages, each issue has an engraved title page, occasional in-text engravings and illustrated advertisements.

    The first four issues of Volume I have the engraved banner title TURF, FIELD, FARM, the remaining issues of Volume I and II have the engraved banner title TURF, FIELD, AND FARM and header title Sportsman's Oracle and Country Gentleman's Newspaper. Starting with Volume III, the engraved banner title remains TURF, FIELD, AND FARM, but the header title changes to The Turf, Field And Farm, dropping the Sportsman's Oracle &c.

    Contents heavily weighted towards Horse Racing and Trotting, with extensive details on Thoroughbreds, Stud Book, Pedigrees, Jockeys, Races, Tracks, and Owners. Contains articles on Outdoor Sports and Pastimes including Base Ball, Foot Ball, Cricket, Angling, Racing, Shooting, Hunting, Big-Game Hunting, Dog and Horse Breeding and Pedigrees, Fox Hunting, Livestock, Billiards, Wagering, Boating, Games, Chess, Checkers, Veterinary Matters, Gentlemen Farming, Weird Science, Diseases, Pedestrianism, Theatre, the Stage, and several pages of ads per issue, some illustrated.

    Of note, this volume predates the first appearance of the Bruce brothers compendium of thoroughbred foals, The American Stud Book, first published in 1868.

    CONDITION: complete as issued, front board disbound but present, wear to the boards and spine covering, internally, some light foxing here and there throughout, small edge wear, closed tears, small chips, one leaf has a horizontal tear from edge to gutter which remains bound in and legible, a few issues are more toned than others, overall a respectable volume of these elusive horse racing journals published just months after the end of the Civil War.

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  • EVERNHAM Racer Innovator Leader **SIGNED & INSCRIBED COLLECTOR'S EDITION #68 of 500** NASCAR MOTORSPORTS by Ray Evernham EVERNHAM Racer Innovator Leader **SIGNED & INSCRIBED COLLECTOR'S EDITION #68 of 500** NASCAR MOTORSPORTS
    Ray Evernham

    EVERNHAM : RACER INNOVATOR LEADER. SPECIAL SIGNED, LIMITED, NUMBERED COLLECTOR'S EDITION IN SLIPCASE. This is Copy Number 68 of only 500 copies. SIGNED and HAND NUMBERED on a Special Tipped In

    Collector's Edition Page (following the front free endpaper). Though not called for, THIS COPY is also SIGNED and INSCRIBED by EVERNHAM on the front free endpaper. Published by Tehabi Books, San Diego, 2002. First Edition, as stated on the copyright page, First Printing, with the number line starting at 1. Included with this Special Collector's Edition is a laid in Certificate of Authenticity sheet, signed by the Publisher, Christopher G. Capen, with the Publisher's blind stamped gold seal attached. Large format book in dustjacket and slipcase, 10.5x11 inches, 156…

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    EVERNHAM : RACER INNOVATOR LEADER. SPECIAL SIGNED, LIMITED, NUMBERED COLLECTOR'S EDITION IN SLIPCASE. This is Copy Number 68 of only 500 copies. SIGNED and HAND NUMBERED on a Special Tipped In

    Collector's Edition Page (following the front free endpaper). Though not called for, THIS COPY is also SIGNED and INSCRIBED by EVERNHAM on the front free endpaper. Published by Tehabi Books, San Diego, 2002. First Edition, as stated on the copyright page, First Printing, with the number line starting at 1. Included with this Special Collector's Edition is a laid in Certificate of Authenticity sheet, signed by the Publisher, Christopher G. Capen, with the Publisher's blind stamped gold seal attached. Large format book in dustjacket and slipcase, 10.5x11 inches, 156 pages. Illustrated throughout. Condition: NEAR FINE book, tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a NEAR FINE dustjacket; both housed in a VERY GOOD slipcase that has a few rubs. Rare Special Collector's Edition copy in Slipcase, numbered 68 of only 500, Signed Twice, and with a Letter of Authenticity signed by the Publisher. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is large and heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact me to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • JOSE CANSECO'S PERFECT GAME The Complete Dice Game in its Original Box JOSE CANSECO'S PERFECT GAME The Complete Dice Game in its Original Box

    JOSE CANSECO'S PERFECT GAME. The complete game in its original box. Contains 3 dice, score sheets, fold open instructions, and a Jose Canseco Collector's Card. GOOD condition, the box top has creases and some small tears, the fold open instruction sheet has tears and some chips to the front edge of its first page, otherwise complete, solid, clean and bright. Produced by the Perfect Game Company, Richmond, Texas, 1991. Though the Canseco Perfect Game baseball card is not hard to find, the complete game does not show up often.

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  • NHL ARIZONA COYOTES - Vintage $100 MILLION PRIVATE PLACEMENT INFORMATION MEMORANDUM BOOK seeking INVESTORS to ACQUIRE the PHOENIX COYOTES HOCKEY TEAM 2000 by SG COWEN SECURITIES CORPORATION NHL ARIZONA COYOTES - Vintage $100 MILLION PRIVATE PLACEMENT INFORMATION MEMORANDUM BOOK seeking INVESTORS to ACQUIRE the PHOENIX COYOTES HOCKEY TEAM 2000
    SG COWEN SECURITIES CORPORATION

    PRIVATE PLACEMENT CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION MEMORANDUM / INVESTMENT PROSPECTUS for ACQUISITION of the PHOENIX COYOTES (now the ARIZONA COYOTES) by LOS ARCOS SPORTS, LLC. The Private Placement was being handled by SG COWEN SECURITIES CORPORATION. The ownership team was to be led by Steve Ellman, with Wayne Gretzky as part owner. Softcovers, 8.5x11 inches, xi + 119 pages, plus 23 pages of financial statements at the rear, pages printed on one side only. Illustrated with some color photographs, charts, graphs and tables, here and there throughout. GOOD condition, the upper front margin of the investment prospectus is creased, there is a V shaped tear to the top edge of the front cover and first page; otherwise a solid copy that is…

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    PRIVATE PLACEMENT CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION MEMORANDUM / INVESTMENT PROSPECTUS for ACQUISITION of the PHOENIX COYOTES (now the ARIZONA COYOTES) by LOS ARCOS SPORTS, LLC. The Private Placement was being handled by SG COWEN SECURITIES CORPORATION. The ownership team was to be led by Steve Ellman, with Wayne Gretzky as part owner. Softcovers, 8.5x11 inches, xi + 119 pages, plus 23 pages of financial statements at the rear, pages printed on one side only. Illustrated with some color photographs, charts, graphs and tables, here and there throughout. GOOD condition, the upper front margin of the investment prospectus is creased, there is a V shaped tear to the top edge of the front cover and first page; otherwise a solid copy that is tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. An interesting, historic look at the state of the COYOTES NHL FRANCHISE in the year 2000. 100 Units and $1 Million a Unit. Count Me In! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • [Photo Album] EXTREME SPORTS Advertising SKATER & BIKER PUNKS "Got Milk" GRAVITY TOUR INSIDER CAMPAIGN BOOK w/ 174 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS + Sealed Alt Indie Rock CD [Photo Album] EXTREME SPORTS Advertising SKATER & BIKER PUNKS "Got Milk" GRAVITY TOUR INSIDER CAMPAIGN BOOK w/ 174 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS + Sealed Alt Indie Rock CD

    Young Extreme Athletes Defying Gravity! Got Milk?

    GOT MILK GRAVITY TOUR : 174 PHOTOS of the EXTREME SPORTS CAMPAIGN TOUR to PROMOTE MILK. A 3 ring binder holding plastic sleeves with pockets for 2 photos on a side. The photos are mostly in color and measure 6x4 inches, about 30 of the photos are in b&w and somewhat smaller in size. The photos are mostly of the EXTREME SPORT ATHLETES in ACTION on BIKES and SKATEBOARDS and even one on INLINE SKATES, performing at various locations of the GOT MILK GRAVITY TOUR.

    The photos show athletes in the air and on the ground performing "Gravity Defying" stunts at various arenas where the tour event took place. Some of the…

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    Young Extreme Athletes Defying Gravity! Got Milk?

    GOT MILK GRAVITY TOUR : 174 PHOTOS of the EXTREME SPORTS CAMPAIGN TOUR to PROMOTE MILK. A 3 ring binder holding plastic sleeves with pockets for 2 photos on a side. The photos are mostly in color and measure 6x4 inches, about 30 of the photos are in b&w and somewhat smaller in size. The photos are mostly of the EXTREME SPORT ATHLETES in ACTION on BIKES and SKATEBOARDS and even one on INLINE SKATES, performing at various locations of the GOT MILK GRAVITY TOUR.

    The photos show athletes in the air and on the ground performing "Gravity Defying" stunts at various arenas where the tour event took place. Some of the photos are of crowds behind GOT MILK advertising barriers.

    These photos are of the 2000 GOT MILK GRAVITY TOUR and I do not know exactly who the athletes that year were, but those of you who know your extreme athletes will be sure to recognize at least some of them. Thirty of the photos are b&w group publicity photos in front of a GOT MILK backdrop.

    This 2000 Got Milk Gravity Tour was one of the early manifestations of the event that grew larger year by year. I found the following information about the athletes in the 2001 Got Milk Gravity Tour, though I do not know if the athletes were the same in 2000 as 2001. Here is what I found:

    ******The Got Milk Gravity Tour will feature skateboarders, BMX bike riders, and even an inline skater. The following people will be participating at the Stockton event: CHRIS GENTRY is a professional skateboarder who is ranked as one of the top ten Vert competitors in the world. At the 2000 X Games, Chris placed seventh in Vert Competition and fourth in Vert Doubles. JOHN PARKER, whose name is synonymous with BMX riding, placed fourth in the 2000 X Games in BMX Vert. He consistently places in the top 5 in every contest he enters. CHRIS LIVINGSTON was a vert skateboard Finalist in the 1997 Vans/Hard Rock Triple Crown of Skateboarding. ART THOMASON specializes in flatland bicycle stunts, in which he finished 10th in the world at the 1999 ESPN X Games. Before his professional career, he won the amateur flatland title in the 1996 ESPN Destination Extreme series. JIM BURGESS is an ESPN X Games competitor and consistent top 10 finisher in professional contests. JEFF FERRIS, team manager/skateboarder, was a finalist in the 1998 Vans Shoes World Skateboard competition. BILL ROBERTSON is the veteran on the Gravity Team. Bill has been skateboarding for more than 20 years. He specializes in "old-school" flatland skateboarding, wowing the crowds with spins, kickflips, and handstands. When not skating, Bill is the tour master of ceremonies.******

    PLEASE INSPECT THE PHOTOS TO SEE IF THESE ATHLETES WERE IN THE 2000 TOUR.

    All the photos are in VERY GOOD condition, bright, clean and clear.

    INCLUDED with the binder full of photos is an unopened / sealed copy of the GRAVITY TOUR MILK CD (produced in 1999).

    Comes from the St. Helena, California, estate of an ADVERTISING MAN.

    INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This item is heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • XII OLYMPIAD Tokyo PHANTOM 1940 GHOST OLYMPICS Lost 1938 Official Report of the 12th Olympic Games Organizing Committee by Japanese Olympic Games Host Country Committee XII OLYMPIAD Tokyo PHANTOM 1940 GHOST OLYMPICS Lost 1938 Official Report of the 12th Olympic Games Organizing Committee
    Japanese Olympic Games Host Country Committee

    In the entire history of the modern Olympics only three Games were cancelled, Germany 1916, Japan 1940, and London 1944. The European Games were cancelled due to the First and Second World Wars. But in Japan's case, the Japanese military government forfeited their right to host the Olympic Games in favor of waging an imperialist war against China. Tokyo Olympic Officials worked for over two years on this Official Report which showcases in part how they chose to represent the Western rituals of the Olympics to the Japanese people and how they planned to package Japanese culture to the world.

    Report of the XII Olympic Games Organizing Committee, published Tokyo, 1938. First edition. Official report to the International Olympics Committee,…

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    In the entire history of the modern Olympics only three Games were cancelled, Germany 1916, Japan 1940, and London 1944. The European Games were cancelled due to the First and Second World Wars. But in Japan's case, the Japanese military government forfeited their right to host the Olympic Games in favor of waging an imperialist war against China. Tokyo Olympic Officials worked for over two years on this Official Report which showcases in part how they chose to represent the Western rituals of the Olympics to the Japanese people and how they planned to package Japanese culture to the world.

    Report of the XII Olympic Games Organizing Committee, published Tokyo, 1938. First edition. Official report to the International Olympics Committee, containing an historical overview of Japan's efforts to host the Olympics, copies of letters between Japanese officials and the IOC, and maps, photos, and blueprints of proposed venues. Hardbound in textured indigo blue cloth with 5 Olympic rings blind-stamped on front cover, title printed on spine in white, 10" x 7.7", 439 numbered pages plus 32 pages of b&w plates, additionally illustrated with numerous in text b&w portraits, photographs, drawings, schematics and diagrams of the sporting venues, athletes, Olympic committee members, and other details including the microphones. Text in Japanese. VERY GOOD CONDITION: light wear to the covers, some fading and light scraping to the spine, internally, a touch of toning and light wear, 3" closed tear on leaf 431/2, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Scarce. Only a few copies held in Japanese collections, one copy is held at the private Olympic Games Museum in Germany.

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