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"Goleash" to "Golf" (1949)

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Goleash, Grant.
   Blood and Honor / Michael A. Stackpole, story ; Steve
   Crespo, Jim Hall, and Drew Johnson, pencils ; Chip Wallace
   and Gary Martin, inks ; Dave Nestelle and Perry McNamee,
   colors ; Vickie Williams, lettering ; Timothy Bradstreet
   and Grant Goleash, cover. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse
   Comics, 1999. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Star Wars :
   X-Wing Rogue Squadron) -- "This book collects issues
   twenty-five through twenty-seven of the Dark Horse
   comic-book series: Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron." --
   Concludes the events set in motion in X-Wing Rogue
   Squadron: In the Empire's Service. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.S75S75 1999
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Goleash, Grant.
   In the Empire's Service / Michael A. Stackpole, story ;
   John Nadeau, pencils ; Jordi Ensign, inks ; Dave Nestelle,
   colors ; Vickie Williams, lettering ; Timothy Bradstreet
   and Grant Goleash, cover. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse
   Comics, 1999. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Star Wars :
   X-Wing Rogue Squadron) -- Call no.: PN6728.S75S73 1999
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Goleash, Grant.
   The Witching Hour / storytellers, Jeph Loeb and Chris
   Bachalo ; inker, Art Thibert ; colorist, Grant Goleash ;
   letters, Richard Starkings. -- New York : DC Comics,
   1999-2000. -- col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- (Vertigo) -- Complete
   in 3 nos. -- Horror genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-3. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.6.D3W52 1999
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The Golem.
   "Among Us Walks the Golem" (Hulk) 20 p. in Incredible Hulk,
   no. 134 (Dec. 1970) ; reprinted in Marvel Treasury Edition,
   no. 17 (1978). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3T3no.134
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El Golem--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 558) in De la Historieta y su Uso, 1873-2000 /
   Jesús Cuadrado (Atlas Español de la Cultura Popular ; v. 1)
   -- (Madrid : Ediciones Sinsentido, 2000). -- Entry for a
   Spanish publisher about comics. -- Call no.: PN6775.C8 2000
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Il Golem--Miscellanea.
   Entry (v. 3, p. 99) in Dictionnaire Encyclopédique de Héros
   et Auteurs de BD, by Henri Filippini (Grenoble : Glénat,
   2000). -- Call no.: PN6707.F5 1998 v.3
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The Golem--Miscellanea
   Entry (p. 128) in The Encyclopedia of Monsters / Jeff Rovin
   (New York : Facts on File, 1989). -- Call no.: P96.M6R68
   1989
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Golem--Miscellanea.
   "Fiche Technique Les Anges Gardiens" p. 30 in Les Anges
   Gardiens, no. 2 (Déc. 1999). -- Data on characters
   Cybernote and Golem. -- Call no.: PN6748.A46no.2
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Golem--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 331) in Will Eisner, a Spirited Life, by
   Bob Andelman (Milwaukie, OR : M Press, 2005). -- Call no.:
   PN6727.E35 Z5A5 2005
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Golem--Reviews.
   "The Comics Journal Hit List" p. 126-127 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 174 (Feb. 1995) -- Brief reviews of
   recommended comics: Chipmunks & Squirrels; Golem; Hands
   Off!; Schizo; Frazetta, a Retrospective. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.174
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The Golem Network.
   Mendy and the Golem. -- Brooklyn, NY. : The Golem Network,
   2003- . -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Began in 2003, cf.
   publisher website. -- Jewish comics. -- Funny kid genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 2 (2003). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.G58M4
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"The Golem Walks Again" (The Invaders) / Ed Summer and Roy
   Thomas, story ; Frank Robbins, pencils ; Frank Springer,
   inks. 17 p. in The Invaders, no. 13 (Feb. 1977). -- Data
   from George Olshevsky. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3 I6
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Golems

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Golems.
   Mendy and the Golem. -- New York : Mendy Enterprises, 1981-
   . -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Elul 5741 (=July
   1981)). -- Setting: Jewish life. -- Characters: Jews. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-5. -- Call no.: PN6728.5.M4M4
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Golems.
   Mendy and the Golem. -- Brooklyn, NY. : The Golem Network,
   2003- . -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Began in 2003, cf.
   publisher website. -- Jewish comics. -- Funny kid genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 2 (2003). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7.G58M4
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Golems.
   La Nuit du Golem / Willy Vassaux, Christian Piscaglia ;
   mise en coueurs du Studio Léonardo. -- Dargaud Benelux,
   1987. -- 62 p. : col. ill. ; 33 cm. -- (Templier de
   Notre-Dame ; 2) -- Setting: Crusades. -- Call no.:
   PN6747.V38N8 1987
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Golems.
   "Put Out the Cat"* / Myron D. Holman. 2 p. in Fantagor, no.
   4 (1972). -- About a Golem. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3F3no.4
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Golems.
   Rebirth / story and art by Woo ; translator, Lauren Na. --
   Los Angeles, CA : Tokyopop, 2003- . -- ill. ; 19 cm. --
   First published in Korea in 1998 by Daiwon C.I. Inc. --
   Translation of: Ribosu. -- The author, known in English as
   Woo or Kang-Woo Lee, is entered by the library
   establishment at Yi, Kang-u. -- "An experiment in
   synthesis: An eastern golem made by Buddhist monks, Beryun
   is a living Yin Yang symbol, a perfect synthesis of Light
   and Dark magic. She is a creature of opposites. Beautiful,
   yet deadly--spiritual, yet soulless. The vampire Deshwitat
   came to China to visit her creators in the hope that they
   could teach him Light Magic. A wandering swordsman who
   cannot die: Three hundred years ago, Rett Buttler was one
   of Deshwitat's only friends. After the Light Sorcerer
   Kalutika imprisoned Deshwitat, Rett fought to avenge his
   friend and would have died, had his opponent not had other
   plans. Kalutika cursed Rett with immortality--dooming him
   to witness the Apocalypse that the sorceror would bring
   forth. An unexpected savior: Deshwitat began his journey
   seeking only revenge, but now he has the weight of the
   world on his shoulders. His enemy, Kalutika, is prophesized
   "to bring about the end of the world," and Deshwitat must
   master Light Magic in order to stop him. When Eastern monks
   fail Deshwitat, only one option remains--he must travel
   west to the very source of Light Magic..The Vatican" --
   Fantasy genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-7, 9-13. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.K63 Y553R513 2003
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The Golem's Mighty Swing / by James Sturm. -- Montreal : Drawn
   and Quarterly, 2001. -- 100 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Set in
   the 1920s, this compelling picture novel tells the story of
   the Stars of David, a Jewish baseball team. These bearded
   barnstormers roam the country taking on local squads and
   attracting curious patrons. When the team's season is
   threatened they bring to life a golem, a legendary Jewish
   creature that they hope will deliver them from their
   trials. The Golem's Mighty Swing is a classic American
   baseball story"--back cover. -- Call no.: PN6727.S79G6 2001
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Golf

See also under:
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"Le Golf" / Régis Franc. p. 56-57 in Pilote, no. 122 (Juillet
   1984). -- Call no.: PN6748.P53no.122
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"El Golf" (Daniel) 3 p. in Daniel el Travieso, no. 5 (Dec.
   1954). -- Call no.: PN6790.M44D29no.5
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Golf : the Book of a Thousand Chuckles : the Famous Golf
   Cartoons / by Briggs. -- Chicago : P.F. Volland & Co.,
   1916. -- 125 p. : ill. (some col.) 24 x 33 cm. -- Call no.:
   folio GV965.B77 1916
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Golf.
   The Best Way to Better Golf / Jack Nicklaus. -- Greenwich,
   Conn. : Fawcett, 1967. -- 128 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. --
   (Fawcett Gold Medal Books ; R2066) (Fawcett World Library)
   -- "Number 1 of a series." -- Illustrations signed: Barrett
   Taylor. -- Call no.: GV965.N49
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Golf.
   The Best Way to Better Golf, no. 2 / Jack Nicklaus. --
   Greenwich, Conn. : Fawcett, 1968. -- 127 p. : chiefly ill.
   ; 18 cm. -- (A Fawcett Gold Medal ; M2957) -- Illustrations
   signed: Barrett Taylor. -- Call no.: GV965.N492 1968
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Golf.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Golf.
   "Doty Does It Again" p. 12-21 in Cartoonist Profiles, no.
   121 (Mar. 1999) -- Jud Hurd interviews Roy Doty, and shows
   samples of his work including the strip "Laugh In," and his
   new panels, "Patent Nonsense" about inventions, and
   "Sandy's World" about golf. -- Call no.: NC1300.C35no.121
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Golf.
   Golf in the Comic Strips : A Historic Collection of
   Cartoons / edited by Howard Ziehm ; 'fore'word by Bob Hope.
   -- Los Angeles, Calif. : General Publishing Group, 1997. --
   176 p. : col. ill. ; 23 x 28 cm. -- Includes index. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf.
   Golf in the Comics : file of clippings and examples. -- 1
   portfolio : ill. ; 25 x 38 cm. -- Collected at Michigan
   State University Libraries in the Russel B. Nye Popular
   Culture Collection's Popular Culture Vertical File (PCVF).
   -- Call no.: PCVF COMICS "Golf"
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Golf.
   Golf Tips : How to succeed in golf without really trying /
   Jeff MacNelly. -- Chicago, Ill. : Triumph, 1999. -- 128 p.
   : ill. ; 22 x 26 cm. -- A selection from the comic strip
   Shoe. -- Call no.: PN6728.S475G6 1999
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Golf.
   Golfing with George : cartoons / by Pence Smith. --
   Memphis, Tenn., 1992. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 14 cm. -- Cartoon
   captions by George Pence ; cartoons by Artiek Smith. --
   Topic: Golf. -- Call no.: PN6231.G68P4 1992
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Golf.
   How to Cheat at Golf / written by Rick Doyle ; illustrated
   by Rick Doyle. -- Manhattan Beach, Calif. : R & M
   Publishing, 1985. -- 62 p. : ill. ; 14 x 21 cm. -- Cartoon
   illustrated. -- Call no.: GV967.D65 1985
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Golf.
   Index entry to Cartoonist Profiles, no. 78 (June 1988), p.
   72-74 -- Golf "classic." -- Data from R.C. Harvey.
   I. Browne, Dik. k. Golf. Call no.: NC1300.C35no.78
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Golf.
   Index entry (p. 51) in The Funnies, 100 Years of American
   Comic Strips, by Ron Goulart (Holbrook, Mass. : Adams
   Publishing, 1995). -- Call no.: PN6725.G62 1995
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Golf.
   "A Ban-Lon Shirt with a Little Golfer On It"* (Guindon,
   undated) / R. Guindon. -- Summary: Golfers are pointing to
   where an alligator was apparently sighted. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golfers"
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Golf.
   Jack Nicklaus' Lesson Tee / by Jack Nicklaus, with Ken
   Bowden ; illustrated by Jim McQueen. -- New York : Simon
   and Schuster, 1977. -- 157 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- (A
   Fireside Book) -- A collection of panel and caption
   articles taken from Golf Digest, 1972-1976. -- Call no.:
   GV965.N495 1977
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Golf.
   Jack Nicklaus' Playing Lessons / by Jack Nicklaus, with Ken
   Bowden ; illustrated by Jim McQueen. -- Norwalk, Conn. :
   Golf Digest/Tennis Inc., 1981. -- 143 p. : ill. (some col.)
   ; 29 cm. -- "Based on the Golf Digest playing lesson
   series." -- Panel and caption style. -- Call no.: GV965.N52
   1981
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Golf.
   Life with Par / Morie Morrison. -- Garden City, N.Y. :
   Doubleday, 1958. -- 96 p. : chiefly ill. ; 22 cm.
   1. Golf--Caricatures and cartoons. I. Morrison, Erwin G.
   Call no.: NC1429.M83A5
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Golf.
   "Mr. Milquetoast, Playing Alone, Reaches the 17th Hole
   Before Discovering That He Has 15 Clubs" (The Timid Soul) /
   by Webster. reproduced on p. 80 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf.
   "A Pair of Birdies" (Betty and Veronica) p. 14-19 in
   Riverdale Ramblings, no. 104 (Aug. 1999). -- Reprints a
   story about Betty and Veronica taking golf lessons. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.R53no.104
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Golf.
   Shakespeare on Golf : Wit and Wisdom from the Great
   Elizabethan Golfer and Poet / John Tullius and Joe Ortiz ;
   illustrations by Harry Trumbore. -- New York : Hyperion,
   1997. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 19 cm. -- Each Shakespeare quotation
   is interpreted in golf terms and illustrated with a
   cartoon. -- Call no.: GV967.T83 1997
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Golf (Chronological List)

A chronological list of newspaper strips, panels, and comic book stories that involve golf begins here.
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Golf (Oct. 18, 1896)
   "The Yellow Kid Takes a Hand at Golf" (Yellow Kid, Oct. 18,
   1896) / R.F. Outcault. p. 14 in The Smithsonian Collection
   of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin
   Williams (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press,
   1977). -- Strip date from accompanying text. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.S6 1977
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Golf (Oct. 24, 1897)
   "The Yellow Kid Takes a Hand at Golf" / R. F. Outcault.
   strip dated Oct. 24, 1897 and reproduced on p. 10 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1898)
   "The First Golf Player Seen at M'Manus's Fence" (M'Manus's
   Fence, 1898) / Jimmy Swinnerton. -- Reprinted (p. 260) in
   100 Years of American Newspaper Comics : an Illustrated
   Encyclopedia / edited by Maurice Horn. (New York : Gramercy
   Books, 1996). -- Call no.: PN6725.H597 1996
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Golf (1898)
   "Golf Has Become All the Rage Here--Dispatch from Central
   Africa" / Dan Beard. p. 37 in Life's Book of Animals (New
   York : Doubleday & McClure Co., 1898) -- Full page drawing
   of monkeys playing golf. -- -- Call no.: NC1428.L52 1898
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Golf (1898)
   "A Little Game at Sunrise" / Albert Blashfield. p. 14 in
   Life's Book of Animals (New York : Doubleday & McClure Co.,
   1898) -- Single horizontal panel of grasshoppers playing
   golf. -- Call no.: NC1428.L52 1898
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Golf (1898)
   "Spring" / Albert Blashfield. p. 21 in Life's Book of
   Animals (New York : Doubleday & McClure Co., 1898) -- Full
   page drawing in which a woman with a golf club rides a
   wagon pulled by sheep, followed by rabbits, observed by
   frogs and heralded by cherubs. -- Call no.: NC1428.L52 1898
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Golf (1898)
   "Will He Do It?" (Golf at Foxville) / Harry B. Neilson. p.
   9 in Life's Book of Animals (New York : Doubleday & McClure
   Co., 1898) -- Full page drawing of foxes playing golf. --
   Call no.: NC1428.L52 1898
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Golf (1899)
   "Link(s)ed Sweetness" panel dated 1899 and reproduced on p.
   11 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (1901)
   "George Washington Is Declared To Have Been a Lover of Many
   Kinds of Outdoor Sports" / by Myer. strip dated 1901 and
   reproduced on p. 9 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1901)
   Pore Lil Mose, He Plays Golf / R.F. Outcault. -- 1902. -- 1
   sheet : col. ill. ; 25 x 34 cm. -- Caption title. --
   "Copyright 1901 by the New York Herald Co."
   1. Golf--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Funny kid comics. I.
   Outcault, Richard Felton, 1863-1928. Call no.: PN6728.P6G6
   1902
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Golf (1903)
   "Only This and Nothing More" (Buster Brown, copyright 1903)
   / R. F. Outcault. reproduced in color on leaves 14-15 of
   Buster Brown's Pranks (New York : F. A. Stokes Company,
   1905) ; also reproduced on p. 14-15 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Buster puts a torpedo (a kind of
   explosive from a fireworks store, that resembles a golf
   ball) in his father's golf bag. -- Call no.: oversize
   PN6728.B87B87 1905. Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1907)
   "Loon XVIII : The Golf Nut" (Lunatics I Have Met) / R.
   Goldberg. panel dated 1907 and reproduced on p. 11 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1908)
   "Mr. Ananias Still Finds Life a Burden Without His Wife"
   (1908) reproduced on p. 12-13 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: John Ananias goes golfing while his wife's away.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1912)
   "Mama's Angel Child Finds Golf Quite Exciting" (1912) / by
   Penny Ross. reproduced on p. 16 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 25, 1912)
   "Old Doc Yak Collects His Bill Not" (Old Doc Yak, May 26,
   1912) / by Sidney Smith. reproduced on p. 24-25 of Golf in
   the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Doc Yak tries to get money from a
   golfer on the golf course. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1913)
   "The Beauty of Autumn Golf" / by Briggs. dated 1913 and
   reproduced on p. 26 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1913)
   "Old Opie Dilldock's Stories" / by F.W. Howarth. dated 1913
   and reproduced on p. 23 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- About
   playing golf on horseback. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 1913)
   "Ouimet" / by Clare Briggs. dated late Sept. 1913 and
   reproduced on p. 21 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Concerns
   golfer Francis Ouimet. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 19, 1913)
   "Walkin' Round the Links Certainly Gets Ya Tired"* (When a
   Feller Needs a Friend, Sept. 19, 1913) / Briggs. p. 20 in
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1915)
   "A Golf Yarn in the Making" / by Sidney Smith. dated 1915
   and reproduced on p. 22 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1915)
   "It Was A Grand Day on the Links, But Not For Golf" (Jimmy,
   1915) / by James Swinnerton. reproduced on p. 18-19 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1915)
   "The Mental Image" (1915) / by Clare Briggs. reproduced on
   p. 17 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- A golf course seen "in
   reality" and "in mentality." -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1916)
   "The Stranger" / by Briggs. dated 1916 and reproduced on p.
   36 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Illustrated poem about
   father coming home after a summer of golf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1917)
   "Characters You'd Meet on Any Golf Course" / by Briggs.
   dated 1917 and reproduced on p. 27 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1917)
   "A Golfer is a Naturally Trained Soldier" / by Briggs.
   dated 1917 and reproduced on p. 32 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1917)
   "Happy Hooligan's Honeymoon" / by Frederick Opper.
   copyright 1917 and reproduced on p. 33 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: In his first game of golf, Happy
   Hooligan injures the grand duke. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (1918)
   "A Great Deal Can Be Done With The Imagination" / by
   Briggs. dated 1918 and reproduced on p. 50 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- About playing golf indoors in the winter.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1918)
   "So This is Golf" (Hans and Fritz) / by Rudolph Dirks.
   dated 1918 and reproduced on p. 44-45 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1918)
   "The Tiny Tribune" / by Orr. four golfing panels excerpted
   from 1918 and 1919 strips, reproduced on p. 32 of Golf in
   the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1919)
   "Dressed for Emergency" (In the Rough) / by Howard Freeman.
   dated 1919 and reproduced on p. 34 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1919)
   "The Water Hole" (Gasoline Alley) / by Frank King. panel
   dated 1919 and reproduced on p. 38 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- About the problem of losing golf balls. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Oct. 9, 1919)
   "Watch This Drive; It'll Be a Whale!" (Gasoline Alley, Oct.
   9, 1919) / King. -- Summary: Walt's getting ready to hit
   the golf ball, and three people are giving advice. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Oct. 16, 1919)
   "The Water Hole" (Gasoline Alley, Oct. 16, 1919) / King. --
   Summary: Doc's going to drop a floater for the water
   hazard, and his foursome discusses the pros and cons. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Nov. 3, 1919)
   "Wait, Avery Wants to Putt" (Gasoline Alley, Nov. 3, 1919)
   / King. -- Summary: Bill and Walt stand on the green and
   argue about Walt's score, and Avery gets impatient. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "putting"
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Golf (Nov. 24, 1919)
   "It's a Breezy Day" (Gasoline Alley, Nov. 24, 1919) / King.
   -- Summary: It's so windy on the golf course that anybody
   can drive 250 yards with a spoon. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Golf (1920)
   "And Then He Took Up Golf" / by Briggs. dated 1920 and
   reproduced on p. 40 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 1920)
   "Queering His Game!" / Reid. p. 696 in Cartoons Magazine,
   v. 17, no. 5 (May 1920). -- Cartoon with golf motif, from
   the National Republican. -- Call no.: NC1300.C37v.17no.5
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Golf (1921)
   "And Then She Took Up Golf" / by Briggs. dated 1921 and
   reproduced on p. 41 Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard
   Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Comment on
   changing standards for women's clothing. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1921)
   "Warren Harding at Golf"* (Mutt & Jeff) / by Bud Fisher.
   dated 1921 and reproduced on p. 28 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 2, 1921)
   "Digging In"* (Bringing Up Father, May 2, 1921) / by George
   McManus. reproduced on p. 28 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Jiggs won't give up on hitting the golf ball, and
   has dug himself a hole so deep we can't see him. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1922)
   "Girls Working as Caddies"* (Poor Little Petey) / by
   Charles A. Voight. dated 1922 and reproduced on p. 34 of
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1922)
   "Make Up Your Mind to Play Golf"* (Beautiful Babs) / by
   Murat Young. dated 1922 and reproduced on p. 46 of Golf in
   the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1923)
   "Easy on the Caddie"* (Poor Little Petey) / by Charles A.
   Voigt. dated 1923 and reproduced on p. 29 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1923)
   "The First Time I've Played, and I Got to Second Base!"*
   (Dulcy, the Beautiful Dumbbell) / by Constance Talmadge.
   dated 1923 and reproduced on p. 46 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Dulcy completes the first hole of a
   round of golf. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 29, 1923)
   "The Golf Economist" / by Kessler. Dated Sept. 29, 1923 and
   reproduced on p. 39 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- About
   repainting golf balls. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1924)
   "The Golf Players Bride" / by Briggs. dated 1924 and
   reproduced on p. 37 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1924)
   "He Can't Break 'em Over His Knee"* (Toonerville Folks :
   The Terrible Tempered Mr. Bang) / by Fontaine Fox. dated
   1924 and reproduced on p. 39 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Mr. Bang meets steel shafted golf clubs. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1924)
   "The Pest" / by Briggs. dated 1924 and reproduced on p. 50
   of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- About winter coming to the golf
   course. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "Ask Uncle, He Knows" (Windy Riley) / by Ken Kling. dated
   1925 or 1927 and reproduced on p. 65 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: A golf instructor explains the terms
   "par" and "birdie" to Windy. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "He Sticks to the Truth" (Windy Riley) / by Ken Kling.
   dated 1925 or 1927 and reproduced on p. 64 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Windy tries golf, and is
   frustrated because the ball keeps falling in a hole. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "A Hole in One" (Windy Riley) / by Ken Kling. dated 1925 or
   1927 and reproduced on p. 65 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Windy is offered $1,000 to endorse a brand of golf
   balls. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "Home, James" (The Gumps) / by Sidney Smith. dated 1925 and
   reproduced on p. 54 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Andy smacks a Scotch snow-ball so far he can't find it. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "Mrs. Hazard Told Me that Her Hubby Only Made 70"* (Soosie
   the Shopper) / by Forbell and Floherty. dated 1925 and
   reproduced on p. 47 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "The Mysterious Stranger" / by John McCutcheon. dated 1925
   and reproduced on p. 43 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Warns
   golfers during Prohibition, that "Dry Agents" may visit
   golf locker rooms. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1925)
   "Windy Makes a Date" (Windy Riley) / by Ken Kling. dated
   1925 or 1927 and reproduced on p. 64 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Windy gets the trophy appraised at a
   hock shop before he agrees to play in the golf tournament.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1926)
   "The $ a Minute Man" (The Gumps) / by Sidney Smith. dated
   1926 and reproduced on p. 55 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Andy looks for a golf partner whose time isn't so
   valuable. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1926)
   "Golf Slanguage" (The Gumps) / by Sidney Smith. dated 1926
   and reproduced on p. 56 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1926)
   "I Hear You Calling Me" / by Briggs. dated 1926 and
   reprinted on p. 51 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Golfers
   head to the golf course for the first game of the Spring.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1926)
   "Youth Must Be Served" (The Gumps) / by Sidney Smith. dated
   1926 and reproduced on p. 56 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: The old man must be Scotch, because he can still
   drive a golf ball a long ways. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (Oct. 10, 1926)
   "Four Cents"* (School Days, Oct. 10, 1926) / by Clare
   Victor Dwiggins. reproduced on p. 48-49 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Tom tries to earn 4 cents while
   Ruff plays shinny. Mention of golfer Bobby Jones. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1927)
   "The Golf Champion Misses His Putt" (Deb Days) / by C. J.
   Coll and Mabie. two panels dated 1927 and reproduced in
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1927)
   "Golfomaniacs" / by Jack Lustig. dated 1927 and reproduced
   on p. 35 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (Apr. 17, 1927)
   "If Yer Lookin' fer the Golf Links They're 'bout a Mile
   over Yonder"* (Polly and Her Pals, Apr. 17, 1927) / by
   Cliff Sterrett. reproduced on p. 58-59 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1928)
   "Thought He Was a Umbrella Mender"* (Moon Mullins) / by
   Frank Willard. dated 1928 and reproduced on p. 29 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Mushmouth saw the new
   roomer's golf bag and sent him away. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 8, 1928)
   "It's a Childishly Simple Game, Clara"* (The Bungle Family,
   July 8, 1928) / by H. J. Tuthill. reproduced on p. 72-73 of
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Clara Bucky and
   Josephine Bungle play golf. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1929)
   "Bad Practice" (Pops) / by J. Millar Watt. dated 1929 and
   reproduced on p. 42 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   The colonel knows what's wrong with his golf game: He lifts
   his right elbow too much. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1929)
   "Did You Say Good Old Days?" / by Moran. dated 1929 and
   reproduced on p. 53 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- A family
   makes fun of the way a golfer is dressed. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Apr. 28, 1929)
   "I Took In a Golf Bug and Got Bull Edwards's Goat"* (Ella
   Cinders, Apr. 28, 1929) / by Conselman and Plumb.
   reproduced on p. 66-67 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Military school is excused for the rest of the day, and the
   boys play golf while they're supposed to be looking for
   zoological specimens. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (May 3, 1929)
   "The Initials on Your Shirt and Those on the Ball are the
   Same"* (Embarrassing Moments, May 3, 1929) -- Summary: A
   golfer has denied hitting another golfer with his ball. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (May 19, 1929)
   "The Final Stroke" (Toonerville Folks, May 19, 1929) / by
   Fontaine Fox. reproduced on p. 62-63 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: A golfer celebrates breaking 100. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1930s?)
   "All Right! All Right! I Gave ya a Number Nine! But it's a
   Number Six if you Look at it This Way!" (Flytrap Finnegan,
   the World's Worst Caddie) / F. Fox. reprinted on p. 142 of
   Fontaine Fox's Toonerville Trolley (New York : Weathervane
   Books, 1972). -- Date of original publication unknown:
   1930s? -- Call no.: NC1429.F667 G33 1972b
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Golf (1930s?)
   "Flytrap Knocks a Branch onto a Golfer's Head"* (Flytrap
   Finnegan, the World's Worst Caddie) / F. Fox. reprinted on
   p. 141 of Fontaine Fox's Toonerville Trolley (New York :
   Weathervane Books, 1972). -- Date of original publication
   unknown: 1930s? -- Call no.: NC1429.F667 G33 1972b
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Golf (1930s?)
   "He Has Just Been Informed at the Caddy House that his Wife
   is out on the Links Using His Favorite Mashie!" (The
   Terrible Tempered Mr. Bang) / F. Fox. reprinted on p. 53 of
   Fontaine Fox's Toonerville Trolley (New York : Weathervane
   Books, 1972). -- Date of original publication unknown:
   1930s? -- Call no.: NC1429.F667 G33 1972b
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Golf (1930s?)
   "Hey! Your Shadow!" (Flytrap Finnegan, the World's Worst
   Caddie) / F. Fox. reprinted on p. 142 of Fontaine Fox's
   Toonerville Trolley (New York : Weathervane Books, 1972).
   -- Date of original publication unknown: 1930s? -- Call
   no.: NC1429.F667 G33 1972b
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Golf (1930s?)
   "I Cleared 'em off like that cos that's the Way all your
   Putts has been goin', to the Left of the Cup!" (Flytrap
   Finnegan, the World's Worst Caddie) / F. Fox. reprinted on
   p. 142 of Fontaine Fox's Toonerville Trolley (New York :
   Weathervane Books, 19 72). -- Date of original publication
   unknown: 1930s? -- Call no.: NC1429.F667 G33 1972b
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Golf (1930s?)
   "Maggie in The 19th Hole" p. 5-9 in The Tijuana Bibles :
   America's Forgotten Comic Strips, v. 4 (Seattle, WA : Eros
   Comix, 1999). -- Call no.: PN6726.T5 1996v.4
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Golf (1930s?)
   "Says he's Gonna Cool Off in the Water Hazards, While I'm
   Tryin' to Git a Ball Across!" (Flytrap Finnegan, the
   World's Worst Caddie) / F. Fox. reprinted on p. 142 of
   Fontaine Fox's Toonerville Trolley (New York : Weathervane
   Books, 1972). -- Date of original publication unknown:
   1930s? -- Call no.: NC1429.F667 G33 1972b
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Golf (1930)
   "He Said He'd Take Me Out In His Car and Give Me Golf
   Lessons"* (Metropolitan Movies) / Wortman. dated 1930 and
   reproduced on p. 199 of Cartoon Cavalcade, ed. by Thomas
   Craven (Chicago : Consolidated Book Publishers, 1945) -- He
   took her to a "Tom Thumb" (miniature golf) course. -- Call
   no.: NC1426.C7 1945
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Golf (Sept. 27, 1930)
   "Mickey Mouse Brings Golf to His Barnyard Friends" / by
   Walt Disney. Mickey Mouse strips from Sept. 27, 29, and 30,
   1930, reproduced on p. 60-61 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Mickey builds a miniature golf course. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1931)
   "He Plays the Boss a Dollar a Hole" (The Timid Soul) /
   Webster. dated 1931 and reproduced on p. 211 of Cartoon
   Cavalcade, ed. by Thomas Craven (Chicago : Consolidated
   Book Publishers, 1945) -- Caspar Milquetoast concedes putts
   to the boss, and doesn't count the three balls the boss
   lost. -- Call no.: NC1426.C7 1945
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Golf (1931)
   The Shepper - Newfounder / by Stewart Edward White ;
   illustrated by H.T. Webster. -- Garden City, N.Y. :
   Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1931. -- 107 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   Fiction about dogs and golf; the full-page illustrations
   feature both. -- Call no.: PS3545.H6S4 1931
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Golf (1932)
   "The Episode of the Lost Golfer" (Hawkshaw the Detective,
   copyright 1932) / by Gus Mager. reproduced on p. 57 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1932)
   "Home to the Wife and the Oven!"* (Divot Diggers, copyright
   1932) / by Vic Forsythe. reproduced on p. 76-77 of Golf in
   the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: A hungry golfer complains about
   the Depression, then hits a goose with a high slice. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1932)
   "Horace Has Been Practicing Golf All Morning in the Park"*
   (Little Folks, copyright 1932) / by Tack Knight. reproduced
   on p. 74-75 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard
   Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1932)
   "Practicing My Piano Lesson"* (Kitty Higgins, copyright
   1932) / by Frank Willard. reproduced on p. 81 of Golf in
   the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Playing golf indoors, Kitty
   breaks a clock with a big noise and tries to cover by
   imitating the noise on the piano. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (July 9, 1932)
   "Poor Joe" (Joe Palooka, July 9, 1932) / by Ham Fisher.
   reproduced on p. 52 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Joe plays golf with Bobby Jones. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (July 11, 1932)
   "Thrill" (Joe Palooka, July 11, 1932) / by Ham Fisher.
   reproduced on p. 52 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Joe gets nervous and can't hit the golf ball anymore. --
   Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 27, 1933)
   "That Little Orphan Made a Big Hit With Me"* (Little Annie
   Rooney, July 27, 1933) / by Brandon Walsh ; Darrell
   McClure. -- Summary: The rich man wants to reward Annie
   somehow. He is shown carrying a golf bag. -- Call no.:
   oversize PN6726.K52A22 1972
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Golf (1934 or 1935)
   "The Sweetest Shot I Ever Smote!"* (Bunker Bugs, 1934 or
   1935) / Vic Forsythe. -- Summary: He's convinced he "lifted
   a mashie shot right over that big tree an' plunked it on
   th' pin!" -- Golf themed strip. -- Call no.: oversize
   PN6726.K52A22 1972
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Golf (1934)
   "What's th' Big Idea Rippin' Up Our Greens?"* (Smilin'
   Jack, copyright 1934) / by Zack Mosley. reproduced on p.
   78-79 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Jack is
   tricked into landing on a golf course, and the manager of
   the club is going to report him to the authorities. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 22, 1934)
   "Hole in One"* (Barney Google, July 22, 1934) / DeBeck.
   reproduced on p. 70-71 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Barney is chased by police, and ends up on a golf course
   where a golfer bounces a ball off his head for a hole in
   one. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1936)
   "According to the Rules, You Can Lift It One Club Length
   Away"* (Gasoline Alley, copyright 1936) / by Frank King.
   reproduced on p. 68 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Doc's ball lands at the feet of a traffic cop, as he drives
   his golf ball across the country. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Golf (1936)
   "I'll Play While I Ride and Count My Strokes"* (Gasoline
   Alley, copyright 1936) / by Frank King. reproduced on p. 68
   of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Doc lands his ball in
   the bed of a truck, and accepts a ride as he continues his
   cross country golf drive. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (1936)
   "You Can't Drive Across the Bay!"* (Gasoline Alley,
   copyright 1936) / by Frank King. reproduced on p. 68 of
   Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: In San Francisco, Doc
   begins driving his golf ball across the country. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 9, 1936)
   "I Air-Mailed my Golf Ball in Nebraska"* (Gasoline Alley,
   Sept. 9, 1936) / by Frank King. reproduced on p. 69 of Golf
   in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General
   Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Doc Arrives in New
   York on his cross country golf drive. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Sept. 10?, 1936)
   "Pacific to Atlantic, and I'm Through with Golf Forever"*
   (Gasoline Alley, copyright 1936) / by Frank King.
   reproduced on p. 69 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary:
   Doc breaks 80 from the post office to the East River, and
   throws his club in the water. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (July 28-29, 1938)
   "Mandrake Keeps the Ball Rolling" (Mandrake the Magician,
   July 28-29, 1938) / by Lee Falk and Phil Davis. reproduced
   on p. 306 of Cartoon Cavalcade, ed. by Thomas Craven
   (Chicago : Consolidated Book Publishers, 1945) -- Mandrake
   makes the whole course in one stroke, then has the ball
   jump into his pocket. Saves walking. -- Call no.: NC1426.C7
   1945
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Golf (Dec. 27, 1939)
   "Still No Dough" (Joe Palooka, Dec. 27, 1939) / by Ham
   Fisher. -- Summary: Knobby's telegrams asking for money get
   only one response, and that one asks to be repaid a $100
   golf debt. -- Call no.: PN6728.J57F6 1939 v.1
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Golf (July 1940)
   "The Sportfolio" / by Joe Archibald. 1 p. in Super-Mystery
   Comics, v. 1, no. 1 (July 1940). -- Facts about boxing (a
   77th round knockout in 1892), Golf (18 holes and only 19
   putts in 1932) and tennis (a 78 minute volley in 1936). --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A2S77m v.1no.1
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Golf (Oct. 1940)
   "Unwanted Advice"* (Blackout, Oct. 1940) / by Bob and Bert.
   -- Summary: A golfer wraps his club around the neck of a
   bystander. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf clubs"
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Golf (May 11, 1941)
   "I Can Sit on the Club Terrace While I Go Out and Play
   Golf"* (Sappo, May 11, 1941) / by B. Zaboly. -- Summary:
   Sappo tries his dividing elixer, and falls into a water
   hazard. -- Side feature: "Popeye's Polly Crackers"
   (Play-Store). -- Call no.: PN6727 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (July 17, 1941)
   "What I'm Really Looking For is Some Club or Device to Play
   Lost Balls from My Caddie's Pockets!" (Grin and Bear It,
   July 17, 1941) / by Lichty. -- Summary: A man is shopping
   in a sporting goods department. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Golf (Aug. 3, 1941)
   "In Perfectia the Golfer with the Worst Score Wins"*
   (Sappo, Aug. 3, 1941) / by B. Zaboly. -- Summary: Sappo
   gets the trophy. -- Side feature: ""Popeye's Fresh Turtle
   Soup" (Play-Store). -- Call no.: PN6727 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Dec. 1941)
   "If You Don't Pay Me What You Owe Me I'll Add Your Score Up
   Out Loud!" / by Van Sull. in Bang-Up Comics, no. 1 (Dec.
   1941). -- (The Laff Parade) -- Summary: A caddy confonts
   his employer. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P74B3no.1
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Golf (Dec. 1941)
   "Now I Have Everything Except a Caddy. Where Can I Buy One
   of Those?" / by Van Sull. in Bang-Up Comics, no. 1 (Dec.
   1941). -- (The Laff Parade) -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P74B3no.1
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Golf (1942)
   "It's a Pleasure To See You on Such a Grand Morning, Mr.
   Cronin- Out of Golf Balls?" / Larry Reynolds. dated 1942
   and reproduced on p. 413 of Cartoon Cavalcade, ed. by
   Thomas Craven (Chicago : Consolidated Book Publishers,
   1945) -- Mr. Cronin has come to church and is being greeted
   by the priest. -- Call no.: NC1426.C7 1945
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Golf (1942)
   "Members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Pass a Golf
   Course" (The Thrill that Comes Once in a Lifetime,
   copyright 1942) / H. T. Webster. reproduced on p. 409 of
   Cartoon Cavalcade, ed. by Thomas Craven (Chicago :
   Consolidated Book Publishers, 1945) -- Call no.: NC1426.C7
   1945
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Golf (Sept. 25, 1942)
   "Here We Have a Tree Root that has Grown Completely Around
   a Golf Ball!"* (Freckles and His Friends, Sept. 25, 1942) /
   by Merrill Blosser. -- Summary: "Science will certainly be
   interested!" -- Call no.: PN6726 f. B55 "golf balls"
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Golf (May 9, 1943)
   "Planting More Dandelions"* (Sappo, May 2, 1943) / by BZ.
   -- Summary: Sappo has a great time knocking the heads off
   the dandelions in his lawn with his golf club, but then
   they're all gone. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dandelions"
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Golf (Jan./Feb. 1944)
   "The Caddy" (Archie) / Sahle & Ginger & Goggin. 6 p. in
   Archie Comics, no. 6 (Jan./Feb. 1944). -- Full names for
   credits are Harry Sahle, Janice Valleau (Ginger) and Ed
   Goggin (scripter), cf. Mougin. -- Golf story. -- Characters
   introduced are Georgene and Mr. Tidwinkle. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin via Grand Comic-Book Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.A7A7m no.6
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Golf (Summer 1944).
   "Let's All Play Golf" p. 9 in Monkeyshines Comics, no. 1
   (Summer 1944). -- Activity page: The idea is to find the
   next hole with your pencil, with your eyes closed. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.A2M6no.1
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Golf (July 25, 1944)
   "I Ought to Be a Pro and Give Lessons!"* (Right Around
   Home, July 25, 1944) / by Dudley Fisher. reproduced on p.
   81 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Myrtle's pop
   gives her a golf lesson, and is impressed at the results.
   -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Nov./Dec. 1944)
   "A Day in the Country Playing Golf"* (Cubby) / Joe Edwards.
   5 p. in Archie Comics, no. 11 (Nov./Dec. 1944). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.A7A7m no.11
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Golf (Jan./Feb. 1945)
   "Patty Berg" 4 p. in True Comics, no. 42 (Jan./Feb. 1945)
   -- SUMMARY: Tomboy Patty Berg becomes a professional
   golfer, then joins the Marines. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.42
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Golf (July/Aug. 1945)
   "The Caddy" (Archie) 6 p. in Archie Comics, no. 15
   (July/Aug. 1945). -- "Pop almost made a hole in one, in
   Archie's head." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A7A7no.15
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Golf (Aug. 8, 1945)
   "Sounds Like Very Fast Air" (Our Boarding House, Aug. 8,
   1945) -- Summary: On the golf course, Amos and his father
   trade stories about wind: This is stagnant air! the
   windmills in Australia got so hot they pumped steam; in
   Kansas the wind made flying ducks stand still. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "stagnation"
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Golf (1946)
   "Hullo, Desmond, Old Ding-Dong. Where's 'The Brain?'" (Rip
   Kirby, copyright 1946) / Alex Raymond. reproduced on p. 432
   of The Comic Strip Century (Northampton, MA : Kitchen Sink
   Press, 1995) -- Summary: Rip is putting badly into a
   tumbler on the carpet, and Desmond gives him a lesson
   before he answers the doorbell to admit Miss Honey. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.C595 1995 v.2
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Golf (Apr. 1946)
   "Byron Nelson" 1 p. in True Comics, no. 48 (Apr. 1946) --
   Wheaties ad. -- Nelson is a golfer. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.48
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Golf (June 21, 1946)
   "Underwater Golf"* (Donald Duck, June 21, 1946) / by Walt
   Disney. -- Summary: Donald's ball goes into the water, and
   he goes in after it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Golf (Aug. 1946)
   "Casual Champion : Dorothy Germain" 4 p. in True Comics,
   no. 51 (Aug. 1946) -- Germain is a golfer. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.51
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Golf (Apr. 1947)
   "The Drive that Kills" (Capt. Marvel Jr.) 10 p. in Captain
   Marvel Jr., no. 48 (Apr. 1947) -- A golf story.
   I. Captain Marvel Jr. k. Golf. k. Killing. Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F3C32no.48
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Golf (1948)
   "Well, I May Be Able To Out-Drive You, But I Sure Wish I
   Had Your Short Game"* (Gigs and Gags, 1948) / Chet Adams.
   reproduced on p. 119 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by
   Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Situation: Two golfers on the course. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Aug. 3, 1948)
   "That's Ajax the Butcher- He Can't Keep from Slicing!"
   (Nuts and Jolts, Aug. 3, 1948) / Bill Holman. reproduced on
   p. 119 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: Three golfers
   and a caddy on the course. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Golf (Mar. 1949)
   "Par Excellent!" (Freddy Freshman) 4 p. in Whiz Comics, no.
   107 (Mar. 1949) -- Summary: Ace gives Freddy golf tips.
   Freddy accidentally hits a ball through Professor Grouch's
   window knocking out a robber hobo. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F3W47no.107
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Golf (June 1949)
   "Handicap Hurdlers" / by Norb. 1 p. in True Comics, no. 77
   (June 1949) -- Inside front cover. -- Ed Furgol (golf), Lou
   Brissie (baseball), Steve Green (side-horse). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.77
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Golf (Sept. 10, 1949)
   "How To Win Friends, Etc." (Priscilla's Pop, Sept. 10,
   1949) / by Al Vermeer. -- Summary: Mr. Botts brags about
   his hole in one, and Waldo asks what he's going to do with
   it. -- Call no.: PN6728.P76F6 1947 v.2
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