The Resource How many more are coming? : the short life of Jack Marsh, Max Bonnell

How many more are coming? : the short life of Jack Marsh, Max Bonnell

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How many more are coming? : the short life of Jack Marsh
Title
How many more are coming?
Title remainder
the short life of Jack Marsh
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Max Bonnell
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Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Biography type
individual biography
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NUN
Dewey number
796.358092
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
How many more are coming? : the short life of Jack Marsh, Max Bonnell
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How many more are coming? : the short life of Jack Marsh, Max Bonnell
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-136) and index
Contents
Part 1: From Yulgilbar, 1874-1897 - 1 The best batsman in the world -- 2 Yulgilbar -- 3 No man in Australia can beat him -- 4 The peculiar delivery -- Part 2: Cricketer and professional athlete, 1897-1901 - 5 Such a lightning gentleman -- 6 Curving, dropping and breaking -- 7 Splints -- 8 Good morning, Affie -- 9 But is he fair? --10 Pretty good, eh? -- 11 Marsh the cricketer -- Part 3: A figure of controversy, 1901-1904 - 12 Not class enough -- 13 Cancel Marsh's engagement -- 14 Coloured gentlemanly brother -- 15 Happy and understood -- Part 4: The final tragedy, 1904-1916 - 16 Marsh's name has been struck off -- 17 The Wren five hundred -- 18 How many more are coming? -- 19 The greatest bowler -- Appendix 1: Professional events -- Appendix 2: First-class cricket -- Appendix 3: Sydney grade cricket -- Appendix 4: Best bowling in other matches
Control code
000024783200
Dimensions
22 cm.
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Extent
v, 138 p.
Other physical details
ill., facsims, ports.

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