The Untold Story of William G. Morgan, Inventor of Volleyball

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WATSON Press, Nov 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 112 pages
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By the turn of the twenty-first century, volleyball had spread throughout the world, its number of participants second only to soccer's. And while the growth and development of the sport has been well chronicled, one story has remained untold the story of the inventor of volleyball, William G. Morgan. The Untold Story of William G. Morgan - Inventor of Volleyball reveals the people and places that surely influenced Morgan throughout his life and during the time he invented one of the most popular sports in the world. Although Morgan is widely recognized by name, the complete story of his roots, his trails, and his adventures had never been recorded until now. Read on to discover his story as it is told for the very first time.

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