Table of contents for Mexican Americans and sports : a reader on athletics and barrio life / edited by Jorge Iber and Samuel O. Regalado.

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Introduction: Athletics and Chicano/a Life, 1930-2005
	Jorge Iber
The Foot Runners Conquer Mexico and Texas: Endurance Racing, Indigenismo, and Nationalism
	Mark Dyreson
Peloteros in Paradise: Mexican American Baseball and Oppositional Politics in Southern California, 1930-1950
	José M. Alamillo
Los Heroes del Domingo: Soccer, Borders, and Social Spaces in Great Lakes Mexican Communities, 1940-1970
	Juan Javier Pescador
Wearing the Red, White, and Blue Trunks of Aztl n: Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales and the Convergence of American and Chicano Nationalism
	Tom I. Romero II
On-field Foes and Racial Misconceptions: The 1961 Donna Redskins and Their Drive to the Texas State Football Championship
	Jorge Iber
"Read All about It!" The Spanish-language Press and the Dodgers and Giants, 1958-1982
	Samuel O. Regalado
Raza Boxing: Community, Identity, and Hybridity in the 1960s and 1970s in Southern California
	Gregory S. Rodríguez
Beating the Odds: Mexican American Distance Runners in Texas, 1950-1995
	Alexander Mendoza
Advance at Your Own Risk: Latinas, Families, and Collegiate Softball
	Katherine M. Jamieson
Invisible Identity: Mexican American Sport and Chicano Historiography
	Samuel O. Regalado
List of Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mexican Americans -- Sports.
Mexican Americans -- Recreation.
Mexican American Athletes.
Mexican American Athletes -- Social conditions.
Sports -- United States -- History.