Game Played

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Sharks And Minnows - Rules
... Generally sharks and minnows is played in the deep end of a large pool ... The game starts out with one person selected as the shark and the rest as the minnows ... The game is played until all of the minnows have been brought up to the surface, then the last person brought up becomes the shark who starts the next round ...
Lehigh Mountain Hawks Football - Lafayette Rivalry
... It is college football’s most played rivalry ... the number of years and the number of games is due to the fact that the teams played each other twice a year prior to the turn of the 20th century ... The game was not played in 1896 ...
Peru At The Copa América - 1975 Copa América
... After winning both games, which were played both at home and away, Peru qualified for the semifinals along with Colombia, Brazil, and Uruguay (Which were the defending champions) ... The game played back home at Lima was won by Brazil 2–0 ... The final match was played against Colombia, who had beaten Uruguay ...
Charles A. Baird - Yost's "point-a-minute" Teams - 1902 Season
... Having lost the opportunity to play Wisconsin in a post-season game to settle the championship of the Western Conference in 1901, one of Baird's first objectives after ... the revenue from the contest between the two unbeaten teams by proposing that the game be played in a large stadium. 6,000 people and that 4,000 temporary seats could be erected for the game ...
Tiger Game Played With Forty
... ploh is a two-player abstract strategy board game from Sumatra, Indonesia ... It is specifically played by the Acehnese ... It is also played in Java, Indonesia where it is called Dam-daman ...

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    The pleasures of the imagination are as it were only drawings and models which are played with by poor people who cannot afford the real thing.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)

    Art is a concrete and personal and rather childish thing after all—no matter what people do to graft it into science and make it sociological and psychological; it is no good at all unless it is let alone to be itself—a game of make-believe, or re-production, very exciting and delightful to people who have an ear for it or an eye for it.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)