Amateurism in British Sport

Amateurism in British Sport

[22] C.B. Fry's: The outdoor magazine, VIII (43) (Oct. 1907), p. 94. [23] New Fry's Magazine, I (1) (April 1911), p. 98. [24] Badminton Magazine of Sport and Pastimes, XXXVI (May 1913), p. 502. [25] Fry's: The illustrated monthly of ...

Author: Dilwyn Porter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136802911

Category: History

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In the essays collected here, amateurism, both as ideology and practice, is subject to critical and unsentimental scrutiny, effectively challenging the dominant narrative of more conventional histories of British sport.
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The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

SPARKFORD VALE POINT - TO - POINT , APRIL 1911 Photograph by Mrs. G. W. Hodgkinson , Bishops Lydeard " VENTURE , ” LONDON TO THE CRATHORNE STEEPLECHASE , PICTON AND NORTH YORKSHIRE STEEPLECHASES ,. ΙΙΟ THE BADMINTON MAGAZINE.

Author: Alfred Edward Thomas Watson

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ISBN: UOM:39015070171361

Category: Sports

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The Badminton Magazine of Sports Pastimes

The Badminton Magazine of Sports   Pastimes

His inherent qualities SIR GEORGE MURRAY LEADING IN BACHELOR'S DOUBLE AFTER WINNING THE JUBILEE , 1911 Photograph by W. A. Rouch and attributes have raised him far ... June , 1912 MM That year inability to race had thrice been exposed ,.

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ISBN: PRNC:32101063608879

Category: Sports

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Cricket Country

Cricket Country

John Wisden's Cricketers ' Almanack for 1911 ( London , 1911 ) , p . 179 . 46. ... Home Gordon , ' The Past Cricket Season ' , Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes , 30 ( 1910 ) , p . 434 . 58. ... MG , 13 April 1911 , P. 3 . 64.

Author: Prashant Kidambi

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198843139

Category: History

Page: 423

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The extraordinary story of the first 'All India' national cricket tour of Great Britain and Ireland - and how the idea of India as a nation took shape on the cricket pitch.
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The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

On the contrary the novice should go Of course the delights of June are porthrough an apprenticeship , a long course ... would learn to cast lished in 1911 , since when much has hapa fly lightly on the water , answer a rising pened .

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Association Football and English Society 1863 1915

Association Football and English Society  1863 1915

The New Fry's Magazine , vol . I no . 1 , April 1911 pp . 3-4 . 9'W.J . Lias , ' The Future of Rugby Football , Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes , vol . 5 , 1897 , pp . 605-6 . Note the almost identical sentiments of Mr G.

Author: Anthony Walter Mason

Publisher: Humanities Press International

ISBN: UOM:39015040090220

Category: Great Britain

Page: 278

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Fussballsport, England, Sportsoziologie.
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Sport and the Physical Emancipation of English Women RLE Sports Studies

Sport and the Physical Emancipation of English Women  RLE Sports Studies

Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes, vol. 14 (January—June 1902), pp. 496—7. 43. Ibid. (1900), quoted in Brian Dobbs, Edwardians at Play (London, 1973), p. 177. 44. GB. Fry's Magazine, vol. 16 (November 1911), pp. 209—15. 45.

Author: Kathleen McCrone

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317679646

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 336

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The nineteenth century was a golden age in British sports. Not only were sports immensely popular, but they began to assume the forms and qualities that still characterise them today. Moreover, the latter part of the century saw a significant participation in sports by women, and this book provides the first overall examination of this early development and the social changes that it helped to bring about. Since women’s entry into sports was chiefly a consequence of the campaign for better female education, the book begins with an account of sports at the Oxbridge women’s colleges, at the girls' public schools and at the new women’s physical training colleges. It then examines team sports such as hockey, lacrosse, and cricket and individual sports such as tennis, golf and cycling. Other chapters discuss the medical attitudes and prejudices toward women’s participation in sports and the role of sports in changing female dress.
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