Exhibit features ball games from around the world

April 13, 2011

Penn State fans traveling to the University Park campus for the Blue and White game Saturday, April 16, will have the opportunity to view “The Ball Games of the World Exhibit” from 4-10 p.m. in the Nittany Lion Inn. The collection of game balls, equipment and posters depicting more than 60 games from around the world has been gathered by Ken Swalgin, associate professor of kinesiology at Penn State York. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

Swalgin has traveled the world adding to his collections and learning the details of games from numerous countries. The exhibit has more than 75 game balls and is on display as part of the Kinesiology’s Department Century of Excellence Celebration.


  • A exhibit of games balls from around the world ,collected by Ken Swalgin, will be on display Saturday, April 16 at the NIttany Lion Inn.

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Last Updated April 13, 2011