Hole-Ball

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|Description=<p>H. J Philpott used the names "hole-ball and "wibble-wobble" as games that seem consistent with hat-ball.  One player would place the ball in a hole or hat, and the other players would scatter before being hit with the ball by the player designated as "it."  This game thus shares evasive running and plugging with base ball.</p>
 
|Description=<p>H. J Philpott used the names "hole-ball and "wibble-wobble" as games that seem consistent with hat-ball.  One player would place the ball in a hole or hat, and the other players would scatter before being hit with the ball by the player designated as "it."  This game thus shares evasive running and plugging with base ball.</p>
 
|Sources=<p>Henry J. Philpott, "A Little Boys' Game with a Ball," <em>Popular Science Monthly, volume 37 (May-October 1890)</em>, pages 651-652.</p>
 
|Sources=<p>Henry J. Philpott, "A Little Boys' Game with a Ball," <em>Popular Science Monthly, volume 37 (May-October 1890)</em>, pages 651-652.</p>
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Game Hole-Ball
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Location Midwest US
Eras Derivative
Description

H. J Philpott used the names "hole-ball and "wibble-wobble" as games that seem consistent with hat-ball.  One player would place the ball in a hole or hat, and the other players would scatter before being hit with the ball by the player designated as "it."  This game thus shares evasive running and plugging with base ball.

Sources

Henry J. Philpott, "A Little Boys' Game with a Ball," Popular Science Monthly, volume 37 (May-October 1890), pages 651-652.



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