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Roughhouse

Roughhouse was a deviant version of the Twenty One game. The
same principles applied, but were a bit more brutal. This time
whenever the player retrieved the ball he was immediately attacked
by the rest of the players, who came at him throwing punches. No
rules were enforced since it was impossible to dribble the ball
and set up for a decent shot at the goal so there was seldom if
ever a winner.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; RIVER ROUGE

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Special Object or Implement
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