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lklawson
2/15/2008 3:14pm,
http://stores.lulu.com/lawson

I've republished Gallagher's classic wrestling manual which set the standard for wrestling manuals for ages.

As is my habit, downloads are free, as in no cost, nadda, none, zip.

Marketoid blurb:
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Edward C. Gallagher is credited with practically reinventing modern amateur wrestling in the first quarter of the 20th Century.

A natural athlete with a degree in electrical engineering, he turned his logical mind to wrestling in 1916 as Director of Athletics for Oklahoma State. Claiming a knowledge of more than 400 wrestling moves, he instantly produced a winning team claiming 138 wins with only 5 losses the first year.

His simply titled wrestling manual was considered the zenith of collegiate level wrestling books for decades. Faithfully transcribed from the original by Kirk Lawson and boasting a massive library of 148 photos reproduced with digital precision, “Wrestling” by E. C. Gallagher is a must for martial artists, wrestling historians, and devotees of the sport.
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Peace favor your sword,
Kirk

PizDoff
2/15/2008 3:36pm,
Neat.

You have multiple other free downloads I see as well.

lklawson
2/15/2008 3:49pm,
Neat.

You have multiple other free downloads I see as well.
Yes. The majority of them, in fact.

I'm currently working on "Gentlman" James Corbett's "Scientific Boxing" from the '20s. Hope to have that ready in a week or three.

Peace favor your sword,
Kirk

MrBadGuy
2/15/2008 4:27pm,
Awesome. I'm a dork for this kind of stuff. Keep it up, or else.