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Filed under: Athletics -- History Filed under: Boxing -- England -- History Filed under: Boxing -- England -- Biography

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Filed under: Athletics Filed under: Athletics -- Greece -- PoetryFiled under: Boxing Filed under: Boxing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Filed under: College sports -- Corrupt practices -- United States Filed under: College sports -- United States -- Management Filed under: College sports -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United StatesFiled under: College sports -- Periodicals
  • [Info] Knightfile, by Calvin College (partial serial archives)
Filed under: College sports -- United States Filed under: College sports -- United States -- FinanceFiled under: Sports -- PhilosophyFiled under: Fencing Filed under: Fencing -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Fencing -- Political aspects -- Italy -- History Filed under: Swordsmen -- BiographyFiled under: Swordsmen -- FictionFiled under: Gymnastics Filed under: Schools -- Exercises and recreations Filed under: College and school drama, Latin (Medieval and modern)
  • [Info] Pedantius, by Edward Forset, ed. by Dana F. Sutton (HTML with commentary at the Philological Museum)
Filed under: Swedish gymnasticsFiled under: Jiu-jitsu Filed under: Games -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Sports medicine -- Periodicals Filed under: Baseball -- Records Filed under: Olympics -- Records -- PeriodicalsFiled under: SwimmingFiled under: Track and fieldFiled under: WalkingFiled under: Wrestling

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