"Basketball - How and When Introduced", by T. D. Patton
- "Basketball - How and When Introduced", by T. D. Patton
An article titled "Basketball - How and When Introduced" by T.D. Patton appeared in the 1941 edition of Souvenir Magazine, commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. James Naismith creating the game of basketball. T.D. Patton was one of the original students in the secretarial department class at the International YMCA Training School, now Springfield College, to play the game of basketball created by Dr. James Naismith in 1891. In this article, T.D. Patton explains how basketball was originated and when it was created. Patton also outlines the original thirteen rules that Dr. James Naismith established when he first created the game.
- Patton, Thomas D.
- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
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Springfield College Basketball Team Papers
Springfield College--Alumni and alumnae
Naismith, James, 1861-1939
Patton, Thomas D.
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Is a part of Golden Jubilee of Basketball Magazine, pages 4-5