Bibliography

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Images(in order they appear on site)
  1. Flikr creative commons, picture from user  dbking
  2. Personal Photo from the Special Collections at Hofstra University
  3. Personal Photo from the Special Collections at Hofstra University
  4.  Orignal Parker Brother's Game, http://wapedia.mobi/en/Table_tennis
  5. Parker Brother's Game from the 1970's, http://images.boardgamegeek.com/images/pic86432_md.jpg
  6. AP Images, Image # 070102012500
  7. AP Images, Image # 104140129
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