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Stansbury, Edgar Bryant, 1906-2009 (Mss 438), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Dec 2012

Stansbury, Edgar Bryant, 1906-2009 (Mss 438), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 438. World War II diary kept by Edgar Bryant Stansbury, 1942, as well as articles by Stansbury, his thesis about industrial arts in Kentucky high schools, a scrapbook about his sports participation at Western Kentucky University, and several other items related to his experiences in World War II.


Guide To The Mary Jo Moriarty Collection, 1915-1998, Caitlin Gette-King, Orson Kingsley Jan 2012

Guide To The Mary Jo Moriarty Collection, 1915-1998, Caitlin Gette-King, Orson Kingsley

Archives & Special Collections Finding Aids

Brief Biographical Sketch

Mary Jo Moriarty was born in Boston and received her bachelor’s degree in history from Villa Maria College and her master’s and doctoral degrees from the Boston University School of Education. Moriarty worked as a health and physical education teacher at Hyannis State Teachers College from 1937 until the school’s closing in 1944. She moved with the college’s health and physical education program to Bridgewater State Teachers College when the two merged. She taught as a professor in the Physical Education Department, and later served as chairwoman of the Physical Education Major and the Department of Health …


Umaine Student Honored As Future Professional, Kay Hyatt May 2003

Umaine Student Honored As Future Professional, Kay Hyatt

General University of Maine Publications

University of Maine junior Tara Bryant of Brewer recently returned from Philadelphia where she participated in a national conference of physical and recreational educators as an Outstanding Future Professional. She was one of two Maine college students selected for the 2003 honor by the Maine Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD).


Children’S Fitness Expert To Lead Institute For Physical Education Teachers, Kay Hyatt Jun 1999

Children’S Fitness Expert To Lead Institute For Physical Education Teachers, Kay Hyatt

General University of Maine Publications

It’s well documented that lifelong participation in physical activity can improve both physical and mental well-being, but far too many of the nation’s children are left lagging on the sidelines or bleachers during what should be a prime opportunity for learning new skills, strengthening young bodies and building self-esteem — physical education class.


No Time Like The Holidays To Add A Little Exercise To Life, Kay Hyatt Dec 1996

No Time Like The Holidays To Add A Little Exercise To Life, Kay Hyatt

General University of Maine Publications

The hustle and bustle of the holidays can wreak havoc with even the best of fitness schedules and provide more excuses for all those who know they should make time for exercise but keep putting it off. If exercise is viewed as a daily grind, then it's time to change that attitude and get moving, says a University of Maine fitness specialist.


The Grizzly, November 10, 1978, Jack Hauler, Thomas A. Reilly, Jennifer Bassett, Lawrence Mroz, James Sakell, Mark Woodland, Brian Barlow, James Wilson, Wesley Emmons, Ken Rider, John O'Neill, Carol J. Kennedy, Mark Angelo Nov 1978

The Grizzly, November 10, 1978, Jack Hauler, Thomas A. Reilly, Jennifer Bassett, Lawrence Mroz, James Sakell, Mark Woodland, Brian Barlow, James Wilson, Wesley Emmons, Ken Rider, John O'Neill, Carol J. Kennedy, Mark Angelo

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Physical Education Program To Change • Task Force Continues Recommendations • No Funds For Bomberger • Forum: High Strung • Hockey Not Safe • Staffer Clears Misinterpretation • Dining Service Transitions • Letters to the Editor • Portrait of the Professor: Gayle A. Byerly • For Whom The Walls Toil • Egdon Heath - A New Look For Monday Night • "The Good Doctor" Makes House Call To Protheatre • Eighteen Named to Who's Who • Free V. D. Clinic • GM: Looking Good For '79 • Sports Profile: Keith Kemper • Thinclads Nab Third At MAC's • Soccer Kicks …


An Analysis Of The Physical Education Programs Of The 165 California Secondary Schools, Collie Jean Kidwell Jan 1960

An Analysis Of The Physical Education Programs Of The 165 California Secondary Schools, Collie Jean Kidwell

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

At the present time there are many books written on the field of physical education which have set standards of methods, techniques, and procedures used in the teaching of physical education. There will also be found in these books a set pattern of physical education activities which should be taught in our schools. Due to the change in trends, partly brought about by the last war, it will be found that there has been a modification of the methods, techniques and procedures now being used.

The problem of the study deals with the trends in boys' physical education programs to …