Journal of Sport History Volume 41, Number 3, Fall 2014

jsh-dsSpecial History of NASSH Article

From Vision to Reality: The Pre-History of NASSH and the Fermentation of an Idea
pp. 381-400
Robert K. Barney, Jeffrey O. Segrave


The Panama Cannonball’s Transnational Ties: Migrants, Sport, and Belonging in the Interwar Greater Caribbean
pp. 401-424
Lara Putnam

“Personality and Color into Everything He Does”: Henry Rose (1899–1958)—Journalist, Celebrity, and the Forgotten Man of the Munich Disaster
pp. 425-445
David Dee

Taking Punishment Gladly: Bill Tilden’s Performances of the Unruly Male Body
pp. 447-466
Nathan Titman

More Than Milk and Cookies: Reconsidering the College Play Day
pp. 467-486
Sarah Jane Eikleberry

The Test of Time

A Testing Time
pp. 487-494
Catriona M. Parratt

Film, Media, and Museum Review

Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American
pp. 495-498
William M. Simons

Book Reviews

Basque Pelota: A Ritual, An Aesthetic by Abrisketa, Olatz (review)
pp. 499-500
Charles Fruehling Springwood

Making the American Body: The Remarkable Saga of the Men and Women Whose Feats, Feuds and Passions Shaped Fitness History by Black, Jonathan (review)
pp. 501-502
Dominic G. Morais, Jan Todd

Young Jerry Ford: Athlete and Citizen by Booraem, Hendrik V (review)
pp. 502-503
Michael T. Wood

Sport and Democracy in the Ancient and Modern Worlds by Christesen, Paul (review)
pp. 504-505
David J. Lunt

Sport and British Jewry: Integration, Ethnicity and Anti-Semitism, 1890–1970 by Dee, David (review)
pp. 505-507
William M. Simons

15 Sports Myths and Why They Are Wrong by Fort, Rodney and Jason Winfree (review)
pp. 507-508
Diane Bruce Anstine

Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycle State by Gant, Jesse J. and Nicholas J. Hoffman (review)
pp. 509-510
Kevin J. Hayes

Expanding the Strike Zone: Baseball in the Age of Free Agency by Gilbert, Daniel A (review)
pp. 510-512
Steven P. Gietschier

Historical Dictionary of Boxing by Grasso, John (review)
pp. 512-513
Scott A.G.M. Crawford

The Summits of Modern Man: Mountaineering after the Enlightenment by Hansen, Peter H (review)
pp. 513-515
Martina Gugglberger

Indigenous Dance and Dancing Indian: Contested Representation in the Global Era by Krystal, Matthew (review)
pp. 515-516
Victoria Paraschak

Wide Open Fairways: A Journey across the Landscapes of Modern Golf by Klein, Bradley S (review)
pp. 516-518
George B. Kirsch

Soccer vs. the State: Tackling Football and Radical Politics by Kuhn, Gabriel (review)
pp. 518-519
Melissa M. Forbis

They Ruled the Pool: The 100 Greatest Swimmers in History by Lohn, John, and: Duels in the Pool: Swimming’s Greatest Rivalries by De George, Matthew (review)
pp. 519-520
Keith McClellan

Billy “the Hill” and the Jump Hook: The Autobiography of a Forgotten Basketball Legend by Mcgill, Billy and Eric Brach (review)
pp. 520-522
Robert A. Bennett III

Getting Physical: The Rise of Fitness Culture in America by Mckenzie, Shelly (review)
pp. 522-523
Martha H. Verbrugge

American Sports: A History of Icons, Idols and Ideas ed. by Nelson, Murray R (review)
pp. 524-525
Brett L. Abrams

Gender and Sport: Changes and Challenges ed. by Pfister, Gertrud and Mari Kristin Sisjord (review)
pp. 525-526
Lena Krone

Their Greatest Victory: 24 Athletes Who Overcame Disease, Disability and Injury by Porter, David L (review)
pp. 527-528
Kwok Ng

The Rise of American High School Sports and the Search for Control, 1880–1930 by Pruter, Robert (review)
pp. 528-529
Brian M. Ingrassia

Qualifying Times: Points of Change in U.S. Women’s Sport by Schultz, Jaime (review)
pp. 530-531
Rita Liberti

The Sons of Westwood: John Wooden, UCLA, and the Dynasty That Changed College Basketball by Smith, John Matthew (review)
pp. 531-533
Chad Carlson

Come Out Swinging: The Changing World of Boxing in Gleason’s Gym by Trimbur, Lucia (review)
pp. 533-534
Gerald R. Gems

The Graves County Boys: A Tale of Kentucky Basketball, Perseverance, and the Unlikely Championship of the Cuba Cubs by Walker, Marianne (review)
pp. 534-536
C.J. Schexnayder

Philadelphia’s Top 50 Baseball Players by Wescott, Rich (review)
pp. 536-537
C.J. Schexnayder

Football Revolution: The Rise of the Spread Offense and How It Transformed College Football by Wright, Bart (review)
pp. 537-538
Robert Stephenitch

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