(New York (N.Y.): 24 Union Square)
Format : Nickel Weekly (Color Cover)
|Dates:||Jan. 27, 1905 to Sept. 1, 1905|
|Size:||11 x 8"|
|Motto:||Be Strong! Be Healthy!|
|Illustrations:||Colored pictorial cover|
|Publisher's Blurb:||"This is the only library of games and sports published. Physical training described in fascinating stories. A 32-Page Book for 5 cents. Each number complete in handsome colored cover. A new one issued every Friday. Do not fail to read them. These intensely interesting stories describe the adventures of Frank Manley, a plucky young athlete, who tries to excel in all kinds of games and pastimes. Each number contains a story of manly sports, replete with lively incidents, dramatic situations and a sparkle of humor. Every popular game will be featured in the succeeding stories, such as baseball, skating, wrestling, etc. Not only are these stories the very best, but they teach you how to become strong and healthy. You can learn to become a trained athlete by reading the valuable information on physical culture they contain. From time to time the wonderful Japanese methods of self-protection called Jiu-Jitsu will be explained. A page is devoted to advice on healthy exercise, and questions on athletic subjects are cheerfully answered by the author 'PHYSICAL DIRECTOR.'"|
|Major Author(s):||"Physical Director" (Harrie Irving Hancock)|
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, Believed Complete|
Items1. Frank Manley's Start in Athletics; or, "The Up-and-at-'em Boys."
2. Frank Manley's Great Wrestling Bout; or, What the Jap Taught "The Up-and-at-'em Boys."
3. Frank Manley's Ice King; or, The Fastest Craft on Runners
4. Frank Manley's Knack at Curling; or, The Greatest Ice Game on Record
5. Frank Manley's Hockey Game; or, Up Against a Low Trick
6. Frank Manley's Handicap; or, Fighting the Bradfords in Their Gym
7. Frank Manley's 'Cross Country; or, Tod Owen's Great Hare and Hounds Chase
8. Frank Manley's Human Ladder; or, The Quickest Climb on Record
9. Frank Manley's Protege; or, Jack Winston, Great Little Athlete
10. Frank Manley's Off Day; or, The Greatest Strain in His Career
11. Frank Manley on Deck; or, At Work at Indoor Baseball
12. Frank Manley at the Bat; or, "The Up-and-at-'em Boys" on the Diamond
13. Frank Manley's Hard Home Hit; or, The Play That Surprised the Bradfords
14. Frank Manley in the Box; or, The Curve That Rattled Bradford
15. Frank Manley's Scratch Hit; or, The Luck of "The Up-and-at-'em Boys."
16. Frank Manley's Double Play; or, The Game That Brought Fortune
17. Frank Manley's All-around Game; or, Playing All the Nine Positions
18. Frank Manley's Eight-Oared Crew; or, Tod Owen's Decoration Day Regatta.
19. Frank Manley's Earned Run; or, The Sprint That Won a Cup
20. Frank Manley's Triple Play; or, The Only Hope of the Nine
21. Frank Manley's Training Table; or, Whipping the Nine Into Shape
22. Frank Manley's Coaching; or, The Great Game that "Jackets" Pitched
23. Frank Manley's First League Game; or, The Fourth of July Battle with Bradford
24. Frank Manley's Match with Giants; or, The Great Game with the Alton "Grown-Ups."
25. Frank Manley's Training Camp; or, Getting in Trim for the Greatest Ball Game
26. Frank Manley's Substitute Nine; or, A Game of Pure Grit
27. Frank Manley's Longest Swim; or, Battling with Bradford in the Water
28. Frank Manley's Bunch of Hits; or, Breaking the Season's Batting Record
29. Frank Manley's Double Game; or, The Wonderful Four-Team Match
30. Frank Manley's Summer Meet; or, "Trying Out" the Bradfords
31. Frank Manley at His Wits' End; or, Playing Against a Bribed Umpire
32. Frank Manley's Last Ball Game; or, The Season's Exciting Good-Bye to the Diamond
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