A Whole New Ball Game: An Interpretation of American Sports
Sports in America, particularly big-time collegiate and professional sports, have never been more popular. Modern sports events bring us breathtaking demonstrations of grace and power and provide the focal point for the leisure time of hundreds of thousan
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Introductory Definitions and Paradigms
The Sacred and the Secular
Puritans at Play?
Puritan Attitudes and Actions
The Southerner as Sportsman
The Anomaly of Intercollegiate Athletics
The Search for an Alternative Model
The Liberation of the Female Athlete?
The Souths Contribution to Modern Sports
The National Game
Baseball Social Class and Fair Play
The Game The Ghetto and the Boss
Flood v Kuhn Versus Common Sense
Muscular Christianity and the Point Spread
The Permanent Crisis
Marvels of the Point Spread
Childrens Play from Jacksons Island to the Little Leagues
The Sixyearold Champions
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