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Arlin, Steve - sent 1972 Topps and two CC’s on 12/07/2009 and received all back signed on 12/15/2009

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Beckert, Glenn - sent 1972 Topps, 1972 Topps IA and 1973 Topps on 12/7/2009 and received all three back signed on 12/15/2009

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Boccabella, John - sent 1972 Topps and three CC’s on 12/7/2009 and received all three back signed on 12/15/2009; also signed both protector index cards

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Boswell, Dave - sent 1970 Topps and one CC on 12/7/2009 and received both back signed on 12/5/2009; also signed one protector index card

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Boyer, Cloyd - sent four CC’s on 12/7/2009 and received three back signed on 12/15/2009; did not sign a Athletics logo card; also signed both protector index cards

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Brand, Ron - sent 1966 Topps, two CC’s and Yankee CC on 12/7/2009 and received all back signed on 12/14/2009; also signed both protector index cards

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Strug, Kerri - sent two different Allen & Ginter cards on 11/19/2009 and received both back signed on 12/15/2009

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I made a table template on Word, three columns high and wide, to accomodate nine cards. I size the cells so that they are the same size as cards and then I add the player information and photos that I find from the web. It takes a lot of reconfiguring to keep them the right size, but I have figured it out pretty well. I then print them on the thickest paper that I can find. I have used card stock, but can't seem to find any that is thick enough, so now I am using what is called tagboard. I am still looking for something thicker, but it works for now. Then I just cut them out and send them to the players, with my requests.


Good stuff, how do ya do those index cards?
 
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