New York Today: One Ball and a Wall – New York Times

New York Times
New York’s outdoor version of the sport, which used one wall instead of three, gained popularity in the early 1900s, when it was played against wooden jetties in Coney Island and Brighton Beach. When the tide was low, players drew courts in the sand.

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