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Strike Him Out! (in original dust jacket) by Harold M. Sherman - Hardcover - 1931 - from The Old Book Shop of Bordentown (ABNJ) and Biblio.com

Strike Him Out! (in original dust jacket)

by Harold M. Sherman

Condition: Fine/very good


Chicago: Goldsmith, 1931. Hardcover. Fine/very good. Hardcover in light green cloth lettered in black. 240 pp. A tight, fine copy, ususal embrowning to the pages of this inexpensive edition. In original color illustrated dust jacket, very good, shallow chipping to the spine extremities, some waer at the edges and tips. Young adult sports adventure novel featuring Bob "Speed" Durgan, the greatest pitched in the history of North High and his crosstown South High rival Carl "Bimbo" Bailey.




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