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Ancient greece 42officials at the olympic games in

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Ancient Greece 42.Officials at the Olympic games in Ancient Greece are called Hellanodikai 43.European traditions that impacted Early US education and sports Immigrants, Homogenous Communities - immigrants are going to settle in certain parts of the state,city,etc... (ex. China town) 44.How did Britain spread sports? Throughout colonization and the British military- they brought them with them ..That how it came to the U.S. and we started spreading the word of sports through the YMCA 45.How were sports divided in British? And what are examples of these? Class lines Upper class- hunting, polo, rugby, cricket, hockey Lower class- soccer, boxing, cockfighting(gambeling...etc) 46.The US sports are mainly from who? The British and what they brought over 47.In Britain who played the popular sports? Usually boys going to private school 48.What is the British idea for sports? What would this teach? The "sports builds character" idea- would teach back then the young boys leadership, competition, discipline (GOOD TEACHING TOOL) 49.What kind of sports were popular in Britain? Scholastic sport (team sports in schools) 50.Who wrote a book that talked about these ideals and lessons young boys were learning from sports in Britain and what was it called? Thomas Hughes- Tom Brown's school days 51.What was the British view on amateur vs. professional sports? Amateur sport as "clean," professional as "dirty".. They believed that you played for the sake of playing instead of glory (professional- money, amateur- competition for fun/love of) has a bad view of professionals 52.Where and when did golf originate? Who played it ? And what was it originally called? Scotland 1400s - played by the upper class Golfe 53.What happened to Golfe in Scotland for a period of time?
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Golfe was temporally band because too many people were playing golfe and not working on archery to protect themselves 54.What was important about golf in the 1500s? Popularized by the ruling class Women could play!! (Mary, Queen of Scots played) 55.In the 1700's what became the name of the unofficial house of golf? Why did it receive this name? St Andrews Royal and Ancient Golf Club, Golf became more institutionalized (published first rules, 18 holes, changed match play to stroke play as scoring) 56. Where is the British Open held? When was the first one held here? St Andrews Royal and Ancient Golf Club 860's, Very exclusive sport to play 57.When were the ancient games held? 776 BC 58.What was one of the oldest stick and ball games called? What was used to play it? Paganica-feather stuffed ball and bent stick 59.Where was golf introduced to in the US? South Carolina 60.Where was the first golf club used outside of Scotland? London 61.Which philosophy is concerned with land, forest, etc. as well as astronomy, chemistry, physics? Naturalism 62.Which philosophy helped perpetuate the culture?
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