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GOODBYE ARGOS by  Leo (with Scott Young) Cahill - Paperback - First Paperback Printing - 1974 - from W. Fraser Sandercombe and Biblio.co.uk

GOODBYE ARGOS

by Cahill, Leo (with Scott Young)

Condition: Good Only


Markham, Ontario: Pocket Books, 1974. 236 pp. Edge and corner wear with some creasing on the covers and spine; some rubbing on the covers; store stamped with some interior darkening. Illustrated with black and white plates. Cover photo by Terry Hancey. The Contents are: If It Came to a Vote I'd be Fired; The 107-pound Center and Friends; The Choice Was Jail or Korea; Etcheverry, Patterson and Other Gods; Trimble Said He's Knock My Teeth Out; The Argonaut Go-for-Broke Gang; You'd Better Be Right Said Bassett; Bassett versus Corrigall - Beautiful; Spare Me Those Cadillac Limousines; A Psychological Shock Named Barrow; Secrets of Recruiting the Big Ones; Life with Leon McQuay; Barrow Called Them High-priced Losers; When McQuay Slipped, I Fell; Beating Baltimore to The Flea; It Should Have Been Our Best Season; I Had to Tell Them It Was All Over; and Goodbye Argos.. First Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Good Only. Illus. by Terry Hancey;.


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