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|Description=<p>per Culin. A team game resembling Kick the Ball, but using a simple catapult to put into play a 3-inch stick instead of a ball. Fly outs retire the batsman. The bases are the four street-corners at an intersection.</p>
 
|Description=<p>per Culin. A team game resembling Kick the Ball, but using a simple catapult to put into play a 3-inch stick instead of a ball. Fly outs retire the batsman. The bases are the four street-corners at an intersection.</p>
 
|Sources=<p><span>Culin, "Street Games of Boys in </span>Brooklyn, N.Y.<span>", page 231.</span></p>
 
|Sources=<p><span>Culin, "Street Games of Boys in </span>Brooklyn, N.Y.<span>", page 231.</span></p>
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Game Hit the Stick
Game Family Kickball Kickball
Location Brooklyn
Eras Derivative
Description

per Culin. A team game resembling Kick the Ball, but using a simple catapult to put into play a 3-inch stick instead of a ball. Fly outs retire the batsman. The bases are the four street-corners at an intersection.

Sources

Culin, "Street Games of Boys in Brooklyn, N.Y.", page 231.

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