Title: Athletic principles and activities
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Philadelphia. Public schools. Supervisory committee on athletics. [from old catalog] Hummel, Carl A., [from old catalog] ed
Publisher: New York, American sports publishing company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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no game better adapted todevelop strong, manly qualities, but for the immature the game is utterlyunsuited, and should not be permitted. The game requires a field 120 yardslong by 6,0 yards wide. Five downs are allowed a team in which to advancethe ball ten yards. Failing in this the ball goes to the opponents. RESULTS OF FOOT BALL GAMES, 1921. Northeast 0, Frankford 32. Central 19, South Philadelphia LS. Germantown 7, West Philadelphia 14. Frankford 39, South Philadelphia 0. Germantown 2S, South Philadt-lpliia 0. Central 0, West Philadelphia 14. Central 0, Frankford 13. Germantown 24, Northeast 3. Central 14, Germantown 0. Germantown 0, Frankford 35. Frankford 6, Wesc Philadelpliia 0. South Philadelphia 7, West Philadel. 49. South Philadelphia 0, Northeast 33. Northeast 9, Central 19.West Philadelphia 26, Northeast 7. FINAL STANDING, 1921. Won. Lost. Pts. Won. Lost. Pts. Frankford 5 0 10 Germantown 2 3 4 West Philadelphia 4 1 s Northeast 1 4 2 Central 3 2 6 South Philadelphiii 0 6 0
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CITY CHAMPIONSHIP CUP FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, 1922. PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATHLETIC LEAGUE.A ohanipionship cup, like the one pictured above, was awarded to epch of theschools listed below for winning the city championship: Base Ball, LowellSchool; Captain Ball. Whittier School; Dodge Ball (Boys), Key School; DodgeBall (Girls). Halliwell School; End Ball, Biruey School; Volley Ball,Curtin School. SFALDIXfrS ATHLETIC LIBKAUY. 33 SOCCER IN BOYS HIGH SCHOOLS. Soccer has l)een rapidly yainius favnr in the high schools of this oity.There was a time when Xortheast llish Schndl was the only school whichcoiikl boast of a real team. For years this school won the scholastic cham-pionship and on several occasions Ixat the representative college teams ofthis vicinity. As new high schools sprang up and the popularity of the sport increasedNortheast was pressed hard to retain the championshii) honors. Interclasssoccer leagues began to be organized in the various schools. In 1917 thereport of the Soccer Comm
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