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Marston--Ripley E. (HPELS Faculty)

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51 Exercise and movement important for development of young children
Public Relations News Release 1990:724, p.1
7/28/1990 Ripley Marston states that even preschool children can benefit from planned movement activities at preschool, kindergarten, or at home.
52 Exercise for preschool kids- professor devises kindergym.
Public Relations News Release 1990:711, p.1
6/25/1990 Rip Marston has developed a program to help get kids in shape from an early age. He says it's important to start children in activities that will help them stay in shape early.
53 '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.
54 Parachute play activities is topic of book written by UNI's Dr. Rip Marston.
Public Relations News Release 1988:473, p.1
6/14/1988 Children can enjoy games, dances and exercises using a parachute, says Marston, who has written a book on how parachute play activities can be a part of elementary physical education.
55 Parachute recreational activities is the topic of a book written by University of Northern Iowa's Dr. Rip Marston.
Public Relations News Release 1988:473, p.1
6/14/1988 Titled, "Parachute Play Activities." The book contains dances, games, and exercises using a parachute.
56 'Salute to Physical Activity' festival planned for Wednesday in UNI-Dome.
Public Relations News Release 1988:405, p.1
4/29/1988 Main purpose of the festival is to show the variety in activities available and to stress that particapting in activities is what is important, not the instensity at which they can be performed.
57 Northern Iowa Physical Education Club invited to present at national convention.
Public Relations News Release 1988:401, p.1
4/28/1988 "Professional Involvement for the HPERD Student Through Major's Club Activities," was conducted by UNI club members Jamie Hickman, Mike Messerole, and Ripley Marston.
58 'Every Child a Winner' physical education workshop at University of Northern Iowa Friday and Saturday (April 15-16)
Public Relations News Release 1987:364, p.1
4/12/1988 Professor Ripley Marston organizes the "Every Child is a Winner" program in East Gymnasium. Professor Thomas Switzer opens the workshop, followed by a Kindergym demonstration for Elementary Physical Education Sharing Day.
59 Ripley Marston
Northern Iowa Today 16:1, p.3
9/1/1987 Speaks on cooperative field days.
60 Runners can sign up for 1987 UNI '5k Run for the Health of it" April 26
Public Relations News Release 1987:327, p.1
4/15/1987 The Physical Education Club sponsors a 5k run, spanning from the UNI-Dome to the western streets of Cedar Falls. Awards were presented after the race, as well as a drawing for prizes.
61 Kindergym still a success
Northern Iowa Today 15:2, p.8
3/1/1987 Program of exercise for small children still in operation after four years.
62 March 1-8 is PE week
Northern Iowan 83:41, p.15
2/27/1987 Physical Education Club planning series of activities.
63 Children 2-5 may sign up for UNI Kindergym program
Public Relations News Release 1986:195, p.1
1/30/1987 The Kindergym Program, diricted by Professor Rip Marston, teaches young children to develop physical health, as well as social skills. The program involves rhythm exercises and gymnastics, which develop the children's agility, balance, and strength.
64 Kindergym still a success at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1987:96, p.1
11/4/1986 The Kindergym program allowed families to engage in physical activities, and was created in response to low physical fitness levels in young children. The program director was Rip Marston, and was instructed by elementary education students.
65 Kindergym helps parents learn about their children and children feel good about themselves
Public Relations News Release 1986:270, p.1
2/20/1986 The Kindergym Program is in its fourth year and although UNI physical education students teach the class parental participation is required; the youngsters range in age from 2-5.
66 Kindergym: "a good experience"
Northern Iowan 81:36, p.13
2/19/1985 Professor Marston talks about a program which allows children and parents to play together.
67 Not all UNI graduates teach
Old Gold 0:0, p.20
6/1/1982 Half of UNI graduates form the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation choose a career other than teaching; photo.
68 Physical Education for Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1979 The Department of Physical Education for Men offers a program of study to prepare students for careers in physical education instruction, coaching, athletic directors, recreational leaders, and health instructors; photo.
69 Physical Education for Women
Old Gold 0:0, p.25
6/1/1979 The degree in Physical Education offered at UNI is with a teaching certification for all grade levels; elementary, junior high, and high school. It also includes a coaching certification. Facilities include Women's Gym, 3 classes, archery range; photo.
70 Good beginning for tumblers
Fridley--Richard L. (Class of 1978)
Northern Iowan 74:30, p.11
1/17/1978 Despite losing, the coach was pleased with the team's effort.
71 Tumblers open in triangular
Northern Iowan 74:29, p.11
1/13/1978 The women begin their gymnastic season in Minneapolis.


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