Image from page 6 of "Graded calisthenic and dumb bell drills" (1916)
Publisher: New York, American sports publishing company
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arch-ing Drills Red Cover Series, each number25c. No. 14R. Trapeze, Long Horse andRope Exercises No. 34R. Grading of Gym. Exercises No. 40R. Indoor and Outdoor Gym-nastic Games No. 52R. Pyramid Building withWands, Chairs and Ladders No. 56R. Tumbling for Amateurs andGround Tumbling No. 67R. Exercises on the Side Horse:Exercises on the FlyingRings. No. 68R. Horizontal Bar Exercises;Exercises on Parallel Bars Group XVI. Home Exercising Blue Cover Series, each number 10c.No. 161 Ten Minutes Exercise forNo. 185 Hints on Health [Busy MenNo. 325 Twenty-Minute ExercisesRed Cover Series, each number 25c.No. 7R. Physical Training SimplifiedNo. 9R. How to Live 100 YearsNo. 23R. Get Well; Keep WellNo. 33R. Tensing ExercisesNo. 51R. 285 Health AnswersNo. 54R. Medicine Ball Exercises,Indigestion Treated by Gymnastics,Physical Education and HygieneNo, 62R. The Care of the BodyNo. 64R. Muscle Building; Health byMuscular Gymnastics ANY OF THE AbOVE BOOKS MAILED POSTPAID UPON RECEIPT OF PRICE lo-is-ie
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j n ij r- \ p!-^ 1 I—I j— SiALDiNG Red Covek Series of —i i—j | I Athletic Handbooks I . ,— U No. T3R L Graded Calisthenic AND Dumb Bell Drills ByALBERT B. WEGENER Director of Physical Training, Drew SeminaryMadison, N.J. ^ PUBLISHED BY AMERICAN SPORTS PUBLISHINGCOMPANY21 Warren Street. New York — —J □nr^ ~no Copyright, 1916 BY AMERICAN Sports PublishingNew Yorkgradedcalistheni02wege
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