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The History of Ultimate
From 1967-1968 at the Mount Hermon School (now known as Northfield Mount Hermon), a team game resembling ultimate was taught by Jared Kass, a creative writing teaching fellow and dorm advisor. In the fall of 1968, Joel Silver (who had been a summer camper at the Mount Hermon School), Buzzy Hellring, and Jonny Hines created the first set of written rules at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey. For more on the history of ultimate, see Adam Zagoria and Tony Leonardo’s book, The History of Ultimate.
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