Dick Merriwell's self-sacrifice, or, The man who could jump
Standish, Burt L., 1866-1945
Street & Smith, 79-89 Seventh Ave.
Tip top weekly
Tip top weekly ; no. 784
Merriwell, Frank (Fictitious character)--FictionBaxter, Theodore (Fictitious character)--FictionRose, Rudolph (Fictitious character)--FictionHollister, Bob (Fictitious character)--FictionLanning, Mike (Fictitious character)--FictionBuckhart, Brad (Fictitious character)--FictionElwell, Sampson (Fictitious character)--FictionFair, Lance (Fictitious character)--FictionYale University--FictionYoung men--Conduct of life--FictionMilitary cadets--FictionTrack and field--FictionNew Haven (Conn.)--Fiction
Cover illustration caption: With muscles tense and arms outstretched he leaped into the air and cleared the bar.
"April 22, 1911."--Caption.
Illustrated paper wrappers in color.
Title from page 1.
Printed in double columns.
Includes short articles: Cock-crowing contests (page 27) -- Tea tasters and the sense of taste (page 27) -- Infantry can endure more than calvary (page 27) -- Too much for the echo (page 29) -- The czar's advance guard (page 29) -- Greatest distance below sea level (page 29) -- A safe bet (page 29).
Includes short stories: Wolves and wild horses / by Willard Murray (pages 27-28) -- A ten-dollar bill / by Frank Ross (pages 28-29).
Includes departments: Applause (page 30) -- Talks with your chum / Prof. Fourmen (pages 31).
Merriwell Collection. Rare Books and Special Collections, Northern Illinois University.
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