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Physical Education

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201 Last Wed. afternoon
College Eye 14:20, p.8
11/1/1922 Physical Education students gave physical tests to children at Cedar Heights School.
202 Elinor M. Schroeder
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.2
10/1/1922 Elinor M. Schroeder steps down as Assistant Professor of Physical Education to accept a position as Physical Director of the public schools in Cleveland, Ohio.
203 Physical education
Old Gold 0:0, p.118
6/1/1922 Officers, members; photo.
204 Camp Roosevelt for boys
College Eye 13:29, p.7
4/5/1922 Will offer boys physical and military training.
205 Demonstration
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 The Women's Department of Physical Education gives a demonstration of numerous styles of dance, including Portland Fancy Dance, Esthetic Dance, Single Indian Club Drill, and Folk Dance.
206 The Training School
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 A physical education demonstration is given by Miss Doris White and the K-12 students of the Training School.
207 Training School News
College Eye 13:25, p.2
3/8/1922 News from the Training School.
208 Training School News
College Eye 13:23, p.2
2/22/1922 News from the Training School.
209 Gladys Barnoske
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.6
1/1/1922 Gladys Barnoske teaches in the Physical Education department of the State Manual Training Normal School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
210 Gretchen Bingaman
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.3
10/1/1921 Gretchen Bingaman is injured in an automobile accident in Marshalltown, Iowa. She is expected to return to her duties as a physical education instructor at East Waterloo High School upon recovery.
211 The Thoene Sisters
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.5
10/1/1921 Christine A. Thoene is a fifth grade critic teacher at Illinois State Normal University, and Sophia Marie Thoene teaches at Monticello, Minnesota. Frieda Thoene serves as supervisor of physical education in Normal, Illinois public schools.
212 Physical education teachers
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.2
7/1/1921 Gretchen Bingaman, Gladys Rudston, Evelyn Arquette, and Frances Martin earn summer positions in the field of physical education.
213 Physical Education
Old Gold 0:0, p.86
6/1/1921 Illustration of the senior students inside the number twenty-one; formal and informal photos.
214 Editorially speaking; athletics as a college builder; Homer H. Seerley, President, Iowa State Teachers College
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 12:18, p.4
1/19/1921 President Seerley states his views on participation in intercollegiate athletics and sports.
215 The Christian athlete
College Eye 12:10, p.3
11/3/1920 Head of Waterloo YMCA addresses campus YMCA;
216 Annual physical demonstration; college gymnasium, March 2; 7:30 p.m.
College Eye 11:21, p.1
2/25/1920 Women's physical training classes will give program that includes dancing, games, and gymnastics.
217 Unusual demand for men teachers
College Eye 11:12, p.8
12/3/1919 Especially for men who can teach manual training, agriculture, and physical education.
218 The military situation
Alumni News Letter 3:4, p.1
10/1/1919 R. O. T. C. endss. Resumption of athletics and physical training.
219 Physical Education
Old Gold 0:0, p.110
6/1/1919 Class officers; formal and informal photos; photo.
220 College spirit advanced in unequaled strides; May Day exercises one big success with every student closer to college.
College Eye 10:27, p.1
5/21/1919 Description of May Day celebrations.
221 Twentieth year reunion
College Eye 10:23, p.6
4/16/1919 A look at some of the members of the Class of 1899.
222 Freshman P.T.'s entertain Juniors and Seniors
College Eye 10:21, p.4
4/2/1919 With program of dance and costumes.
223 Miss Margaret Fluent
College Eye 10:18, p.5
3/12/1919 Physical Education teacher visits college friends.
224 Dr. Brock of Grinnell
College Eye 10:17, p.3
3/5/1919 Father visits daughter; attended Physical Training demonstration.
225 Eva McKee enjoyed a visit from her mother
College Eye 10:17, p.3
3/5/1919 Mrs. James McKee from Columbus Junction watched daughter in the Physical Education Demonstration.
226 Mrs. W. T. Huntting of Cresco
College Eye 10:17, p.3
3/5/1919 Witnessed daughter in the Physical Education Demonstration.
227 Seven hundred girls in program; exhibition Thursday on big scale
College Eye 10:17, p.1
3/5/1919 Physical training program begins with grand march; followed by folk dancing, gymnastics, and games.
228 Reserve Officers Corps to be established; all colleges of country are lining up--Teachers College among them
College Eye 10:11, p.1
1/22/1919 Represents conclusion of trend started during the war; men will take military training rather than physical training as part of the curriculum.
229 Blanche Henak, Agnes Horn, Margaret Fluent
College Eye 10:4, p.3
11/6/1918 Holding positions at Waterloo East, Minnesota, Charles City schools.
230 Physical Training Department Graduates
College Eye 10:4, p.3
11/6/1918 Graduates holding good positions in schools and Y. W. C. A.
231 Basketball
Alumni News Letter 2:2, p.4
4/1/1918 Men are in military training instead of physical training system at College; J. O. Perrine, former director, replaced by Russell Glasener.
232 Freshmen Physical Training victorious
College Eye 9:19, p.3
2/20/1918 Won a game of volleyball against the Junior and Senior Training School physical education class (43-17); won a basketball game against the T. C. Junior Physical Training class (18-3).
233 P. E.'s demonstrate at I. S. T. A.; physical training in public schools will be demonstrated
College Eye 9:6, p.1
10/24/1917 Schedule of events.
234 Military comments
College Eye 9:4, p.5
10/10/1917 Believes that all men on campus should participate in physical and military training.
235 Military instruction
Alumni News Letter 1:1, p.1
7/1/1917 Military instruction has taken the place of physical education for men. F. N. Mead and Major Holland are in charge of the instruction.
236 Physical Training demonstration at Training School
College Eye 8:19, p.3
2/21/1917 Will be the first occasion on which the Training School has attempted a demonstration of its own.
237 The Physical Training department
College Eye 8:14, p.8
1/17/1917 Is working on a pageant.
238 The women's gymnasium
College Eye 7:11, p.7
12/1/1915 The college is expanding locker space in the women's portion of the Gymnasium.
239 Editorial
College Eye 7:7, p.4
11/3/1915 Large crowd attended football game; believes physical education system is working.
240 The physical training classes
College Eye 4:15, p.7
1/14/1915 Are planning sleigh rides.
241 Class in floor work
Old Gold 0:0, p.97
6/1/1912 Photo of students floor work class.
242 Games
Old Gold 0:0, p.99
6/1/1912 Photo of women students in physical education class.
243 Mr. Seymour and Misses Samson, Hallingby, and Hussey
College Eye 1:27, p.4
5/1/1912 Attended physical education meeting in Chicago.
244 The senior class of 1911-1912; classifications of candidates as to diplomas sought and as to time of expected graduation
College Eye 1:12, p.4
12/16/1911 Enrollment statistics for the various classifications of students enrolled.
245 Men's class in games
Old Gold 0:0, p.279
6/1/1911 Physical education class demonstrations.
246 Prof. Perrine elected to assistant physical directorship
Normal Eyte 21:8, p.133
10/26/1910 Professor Perrine will join the faculty; brief profile; to replace C. B. Simmons..
247 Cedar Falls Society of the American Physical Education Association
Normal Eyte 21:0, p.3
6/11/1910 Describes the last meeting of the Cedar Falls branch of the American Physical Education Association. Dr. W. Hastings of Michigan was the speaker.
248 A product of the Physical 'Torture' Department
Ceperley--William A. (Student--1909)
Old Gold 0:0, p.340
6/1/1909 A woman is shown 'ripping' a common man apart.
249 New association at Normal; formation of the Iowa branch of American physical education association
Normal Eyte 19:7, p.98
10/21/1908 Students and faculty organize and elect officers.
250 Physical trainers here; program consisting of papers and demonstrations given in gymnastics
Normal Eyte 19:7, p.98
10/21/1908 Round Table of Physical Training gives demonstration and gives papers.


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