Tricksters in the Madhouse: Lakers vs. Globetrotters, 1948

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Tricksters
in the
Madhouse
Lakers vs. Globetrotters, 1948

JOHN CHRISTGAU

University of Neb raska Press
Lincoln & London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • I First Quarter 1
  • 1- The Race 3
  • 2- Ma Piersall 11
  • 3- The Kangaroo Kid 20
  • 4- Babe 29
  • 5- Goose 37
  • 6- Ermer 43
  • 7- The Fastest Runner on Sixty-First Street 50
  • II- Second Quarter 55
  • 8- Blackie 57
  • 9- The King of Basketball 65
  • 10- The Crisco Kid 72
  • 11- Olson–s Terrible Swedes 78
  • 12- Sambo 86
  • III- Halftime 93
  • 13- Johnny and Abe 95
  • IV- Third Quarter 103
  • 14- Bucky 105
  • 15- Pop 113
  • 16- Marques 122
  • V- Fourth Quarter 133
  • 17- Ted 135
  • 18- The Wee Ice Mon 141
  • 19- David and Goliath 148
  • 20- The Father, the Son, the Holy Ghost 155
  • 21- The Shot" 162
  • 22- Sweetwater 168
  • VI- Over Time 175
  • 23- Shaq 177
  • 24- Rigo 182
  • Notes 191
  • Sources and Acknowledgments 217
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