Evolution Week 3 Notes
Evolution Week 3 Notes SPMM 29900
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Evolution of Sport Media Week 3: All Our Yesterdays: A History of Media Sport Media Sport: The roots o 1850: Pop: 23,191,876 Literacy Rate: 66% Number of States: 30 15M can read o 1900 Pop: 76,212,168 Literacy Rate: 89% Number of States: 45 67M can read o 2010 Pop: 308,745,538 Literacy Rate: 99% Number of States: 50 305M can read o 1880: .04% of the newspaper was dedicated to sport o 1900: 4.0% of the newspaper was dedicated to sport o Gambling Boom: 18601920 o Advertising Boom: 1870Present o Boxing o Baseball o Football (American) Boxing o 1866: Begin the Modern Era of Boxing o John Douglas Marquess of Queensbury “Patron Saint” or “Father of Boxing” 3 minute rounds Banned gouging banned wrestling Required Gloves 24foot ring 10 second stand time No spiked shoes or boots A man on his knee is down o Jack Johnson “Galveston Giant” First Black Heavyweight Champion Violated the Mann Act “For more than thirteen years, Jack Johnson was the most famous and the most notorious African American on Earth” Ken Burns “While Johnson was heavyweight champion, he was covered more in the press than all other notable black men combined.” Washington Herald o Base Ball A combination of Rounders and Cricket “National Pastime”/Democratic Game 1846: 1st base ball game ever played 1869: Cincinnati Red Stockings form 1871: 1st professional base ball league 1876: National League is formed Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, NY, Philadelphia & St. Louis 1884: Moses Fleetwood Walker Toledo: Considered first black player to play professional base ball 1901: American League is recognized 1903: First World Series 1904: Official rules of the game adopted o Football A combination of Rugby and Soccer 1869: Rutgers vs. Princeton 1876: Walter Camp writes rules “Father of American Football” 1897: First Professional team (Latrobe) 1894: SEC and ACC form 1905: Roosevelt meets with Ivys 1906: The forward pass 1910: NCAA Camp Yost Stagg Warner Rockne Thorpe Takeaways: Films and Periodicals Sports came to life Symbiosis: Media & Sport Temperament of the time Going to keep growing Transcendence
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