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1 UNI honors nine with induction into School of HPELS' Hall of Excellence
Public Relations News Release 2010:127, p.1
11/4/2010 The following alumni will be inducted this year: Julayne Hoffmeier, Dwight Marston, Raymond Olson, Chuck Patten, Shellie Pfohl, Norman Rasmussen, Ronald Rice, Larry Rowedder, and Kenneth Witt.
2 UNI honors 13 with induction into School of HPELS' Hall of Excellence
Public Relations News Release 2008:112, p.1
9/30/2008 Thirteen graduates from the School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services were inducted into the school's Elinor A. Crawford & William R. Thrall Hall of Excellence earlier this month.
3 Academic and administrative changes; physical expansion
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.393
7/1/1990 Survey of changes in curriculum, faculty, and facilities; the Seerley Hall murals; the acquisition of the west forty acres; photo.
4 'Kindergym' for two- to five-year-olds to be offered February through April on University of Northern Iowa campus
Public Relations News Release 1989:370, p.1
1/30/1990 Orientation sessions for parents enrolling their children into the Kindergym program are held in East Gymnasium. The program is directed by Professor Rip Marston, with students of physical and elementary education conducting activities with the children.
5 University of Northern Iowa names Geadelmann new director of state relations
Public Relations News Release 1987:171, p.1
12/10/1987 The Board of Regents names Professor Patricia Geadelmann the director of state relations. Geadelmann maintains here rank as a faculty member of the department of physical education, and vice president of academic affairs.
6 Hooked on fencing
Finder--Sally (Student--1983)
Northern Iowan 79:12, p.11
10/8/1982 One class at UNI teaches a chivalrous way to keep in shape; photo.
7 PE Department head Crawford to retire
Northern Iowan 75:56, p.1
6/8/1979 Elinor Crawford will retire after thirty years at UNI; long profile.
8 Phys. Ed. offers summer programs
Northern Iowan 74:57, p.1
6/9/1978 Variety of programs includes intramurals, swimming, conditioning, and golf.
9 P. E. departments have joint reorganization
Miller--RaeAnn (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:29, p.3
1/13/1978 Men's and Women's Physical Education Departments get together to redesign physical education major; division coordinators named..
10 P. E. workshop
Northern Iowan 74:26, p.2
12/6/1977 Department will hold methods workshop.
11 Head of Women's Physical Education at UNI to Retire
Public Relations News Release 1972:170, p.1
11/23/1971 Dr. Bontz, head of the Department of Physical Education, will retire at the end of the 1972 summer session after 23 years of service.
12 Dr. Elton Green to Head UNI Professional Physical Education Program
Public Relations News Release 1969:334, p.1
2/13/1970 Regents approve the appointment of Dr. Green to the P.E. program where he will work under Dr. Thrall, and adminster the program for all P.E. majors and minors.
13 Regents Name New Head of Men's P.E. Department
Public Relations News Release 1969:216, p.1
12/5/1969 Dr. Thrall was named professor of P.E. for men and head of the department. Taking over for Dr. Witham on June 1, 1970.
14 Field Hockey Clinic Saturday
Public Relations News Release 1969:68, p.1
10/10/1969 The clinic is for Iowa high school teachers, college teachers, and college students who are interested in learning to umpire.
15 ISTC to sponsor Sports Day
Public Relations News Release 1960:203, p.1
2/6/1961 Students of the department of physical education organize annual High School Sports Day activities. The event is directed by Virginia Ramsey, and will be attended by eighteen area high schools.
16 Physical fitness theme of ISTC conference
Public Relations News Release 1960:54, p.1
10/3/1960 Professor Helen Starr delivers the opening address of the Women's Physical Fitness Conference. The conference is sponsored by the Department Women's Physical Education.
17 Recreational facilities now available for women, men
College Eye 48:2, p.5
9/21/1956 Dates are announced for recreational swimming, Play Night, golf, and tennis.
18 Three hundred twenty-seven girls from 14 Iowa high schools attended the annual play day today (Saturday, Feb. 16)
Public Relations News Release 1952:425, p.1
2/16/1952 The play day is sponsored by the junior theory class of the college department of physical education for women. Activities for the day include basketball games, volley ball, roller skating, swimming, recreational games, and a campus tour.
19 Student fees raised from $36 to $40 per quarter submitted by the board by President J. W. Maucker
Public Relations News Release 1951:207, p.1
12/6/1951 Maucker's recommendation to the board read, in part, "recognizing the general increase in the price level of about ten percent since the beginning of the war in Korea, I believe it is equitable for students and their parents to bear their fair share.
20 Special To: Anthon Herald
Public Relations News Release 1951:141, p.1
11/14/1951 Jane O'Boyle, Hornick was one of 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges," it was announced this week.
21 A. H. Steinhaus to speak to group meetings, as guest of the women's physical education department
Public Relations News Release 1945:76, p.1
3/28/1945 Steinhaus' message will deal with the effect war has had on edcuation, things learned from humans, and four freedoms for fitness.
22 Play Day at ISTC to include seven area girls' basketball teams
Public Relations News Release 1945:55, p.1
2/12/1945 Department of Physical Education for women sponors Play Day. Games, dancing, roller skating and swimming will also be available for girls not participating in basketball.
23 Five students replace teacher in gym classes
College Eye 34:24, p.4
4/2/1943 Fill in for Thelma Short, who is away for a family emergency.
24 Women's baseball league planned
College Eye 31:35, p.4
6/14/1940 Women students interested in participating in intramural baseball should attend meeting.
25 Physical Education Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.163
6/1/1932 Photo and names of members.
26 L. L. Mendenhall, acting head of the department of physical education
Public Relations News Release 1930:436, p.1
5/27/1931 Takes a leave of absence for one year to pursue graduate education. Paul Bender takes his place.
27 Twenty-eight physical education majors and department instructors
College Eye 21:41, p.5
8/1/1930 Summer picnic held at Beaver Junction.
28 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rownseville
College Eye 21:4, p.5
10/3/1929 Visited campus on their way to California; gave demonstrations and lessons to members of the Physical Training Department.
29 Women's sports review
College Eye 20:21, p.7
2/21/1929 Women's intramural basketball tournament has started.
30 Lambda Gams win first in May Day floats; many clever dances put on by P. E. students
College Eye 19:36, p.1
5/23/1928 Description of the May Day celebration.
31 Mead's resignation accepted by Board
College Eye 18:23, p.5
12/15/1926 Dr. Mead will continue in his Health Services and lecture work.
32 The classes in social dancing
College Eye 18:23, p.3
12/15/1926 Classes have resumed.
33 Dr. Mead has resigned headship
College Eye 18:21, p.1
12/1/1926 Cites inability to do justice to the job; will probably continue in Health Service; Professor Wild will lead women; Professor Mendenhall will lead men.
34 Friday, October 7
College Eye 18:14, p.8
10/13/1926 Shield Club members entertained the Physical Education majors.
35 Last Thursday
College Eye 18:12, p.2
9/29/1926 Department of Physical Education completes examinations for all new students; classes will now begin.
36 Girls play ball
College Eye 17:37, p.5
3/24/1926 Six women's softball teams organized.
37 Explanations of organization and purpose of W. A. A; membership open to all women
College Eye 17:21, p.1
11/4/1925 Established in spring 1923; statement of purpose; survey of activities and programs.
38 Many nations to be represented in the folk dance fete; festival staged tonight at 6 o'clock
College Eye 17:11, p.1
8/12/1925 Will wear costumes; dance program.
39 Department of Physical Education
Old Gold 0:0, p.36
6/1/1925 Roster; photo.
40 Scoutcraft feature of summer session
College Eye 16:35, p.3
5/20/1925 Boy Scout techniques will be offered to men in physical education during the summer session.
41 New instructors for summer term
College Eye 16:33, p.8
5/6/1925 Fifty-seven new professors to join faculty for summer term.
42 The Commencement play
College Eye 16:33, p.4
5/6/1925 Urges students to attend Commencement play, "The Pharaoh's Daughter."
43 Physical Education Folk Festival scores a decided success; Spanish dance given by Miss Wahle is feature of evening's entertainment
College Eye 16:26, p.3
3/18/1925 Present dances of many countries.
44 P. E. Shield Party
College Eye 16:25, p.5
3/11/1925 The faculty entertained Physical Education majors at annual party.
45 Physical education department to give folk festival Mar. 14; charming dances and elaborate gowns will be big features of event staged in gym
College Eye 16:25, p.1
3/11/1925 Program of dances.
46 Physical Ed's plan festival
College Eye 16:24, p.2
3/4/1925 Sophomores and seniors entertain freshmen and juniors.
47 Y. W. charm school now in full swing
College Eye 16:22, p.8
2/18/1925 Plans for charm school taking place on campus.
48 The season
Old Gold 0:0, p.238
6/1/1924 Four year curriculum in men's physical education began in 1923; attracted more men to campus; a look at the football season.
49 New coaches training course is offered; state teachers first in state to offer such course
College Eye 15:2, p.6
9/12/1923 Coaches for the 1923-24 athletic season listed; new four-year degree offered in coaching.
50 Physical training girls attract large crowd
College Eye 14:52, p.1
7/20/1923 Present demonstration on canoeing.


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