Barry Hayward's Table Tennis Library

An Illustrated Bibliography of Table Tennis Books in the English Language

Tag: ETTA

Bib No. 127 – A PLAN FOR TABLE TENNIS

Bib No. 127 – A PLAN FOR TABLE TENNIS

Author : ETTA
Comments : The plan for the next five years following the 1963 Report

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Bib No. 140 – SPOTLIGHT ON TABLE TENNIS

Bib No. 140 – SPOTLIGHT ON TABLE TENNIS

Author : ETTA
Comments : An ETTA promotional booklet.

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Bib No. 150 – TABLE TENNIS ’70

Author : ETTA
Comments : No other information but listed in ETTA Advertising material

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Bib No. 157 – SECOND FIVE YEAR PLAN FOR TABLE TENNIS

Author : ETTA
Comments : No other information. As listed in ETTA advertising material

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Bib No. 195 – COACHING MANUAL

Bib No. 195 – COACHING MANUAL

Author : ETTA
Comments : After many years of fighting against a manual ( particularly by Jack Carrington, the Director of Coaching, who thought a manual would lead to stereotyping of players ), the ETTA finally gave way to the rank and file coaches.

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Bib No. 218 – ETTA COACHING MANUAL

Bib No. 218 – ETTA COACHING MANUAL

Author : ETTA
Comments : The latest version of the 1976 original. Much revised and equally controversial.

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Bib No. 237 – KNOW THE GAME – TABLE TENNIS

Bib No. 237 – KNOW THE GAME – TABLE TENNIS

Author : ETTA
Comments : A new format for the long running series. New text; new photographs; new publisher- and about time too. (Jack Carrington still responsible for the text).

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Bib No. 246 – KNOW THE GAME – TABLE TENNIS

Bib No. 246 – KNOW THE GAME – TABLE TENNIS

Author : ETTA
Comments : Despite being called a reprint, there are a few minor changes in the photographs and the contents page.

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Bib No. 265 – KNOW THE GAME – TABLE TENNIS

Bib No. 265 – KNOW THE GAME – TABLE TENNIS

Author : ETTA
Comments : New Cover. The first Edition since 1951 not to show Jack Carrington as author- this shows ETTA. But why on earth an ETTA Publication chooses to show a Swedish girls doubles team on it’s cover is incomprehensible.

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