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What A Game They Played: Stories of the Early Days of Pro Football by Those Who Were There by  Richard Whittingham - 1st Edition - 1984 - from Chris Hartmann, Bookseller and Biblio.com

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What A Game They Played: Stories of the Early Days of Pro Football by Those Who Were There

by Whittingham, Richard

Condition: Very Good in Very Good DJ


New York: Harper & Row. Hardcover. 1984. 1st Edition. 8vo 235pp . Very Good in Very Good DJ. B&W Photographs. Edges lightly foxed. Red Grange, Mel Hein, Sid Luckman, Johnny Blood, Sammy Baugh, Don Hutson, Bullet Bill Dudley and many other football heroes .


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