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Study%20Guide%20Exam%201.2010 - Harper Fall 2010 HISTORY OF...

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Harper Fall 2010 HISTORY OF SPORT HK 376 FIRST EXAM STUDY GUIDE You will find this study guide helpful as you prepare for our first examination. I will make every effort to restrict the content for our exam to the names, facts, and themes appearing below. Naturally, not all of these items will be on the exam. The format for this 80-point exam will be multiple choice (35 points), matching (20 points), and listing (25 points). The exam will cover lecture material, power points, and your textbook (Rader, 6 th Edition) Chapters 1-7 (pp. 1-119). TOPICS 1. Pre-industrial folk games characteristics 2. Parish holiday folk games in Britain’s festive culture 3. The 1618 Declaration (Book) of Sports 4. Reasons behind the Puritan’s attitudes toward sports in Britain 5. What constitutes “Lawful Sport” in the colonies? 6. Training days 7. Examples of the games and play of the Dutch settling in New York 8. Ninepins and the Blue Laws 9. The sports and contests of the plantations in the South 10. Why the planters promoted sports competitions
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course HK 376 taught by Professor Harper during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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