Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Volume 14

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American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, 1943 - Health

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Page 199 - It is not a soul, it is not a body, that we are training up ; it is a man, and we ought not to divide him into two parts...
Page 289 - The achievement tests are to be given three times a year — at the beginning and end of the first semester and at the end of the second semester.
Page 161 - Week is sponsored by the National Education Association, The American Legion, the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, and the US Office of Education.
Page 259 - Recreation, has been endorsed by the joint committee on Health Problems in Education of the NEA and the American Medical Association.
Page 101 - The reports of the secretary and treasurer were read and accepted. The report of the committee appointed on preservation of the transactions was received from Dr. Coulter and the matter referred to the executive committee. "A !New Operation for Cleft Palate
Page 134 - Snow, MD, Chairman of the Executive Committee, American Social Hygiene Association. I. THE EIGHT-POINT AGREEMENT Reference is made to an agreement entered into in the fall of 1939 by the War and Navy Departments, the Federal Security Agency, and State Health Departments on measures for...
Page 497 - Success depends on three things : who says it, what he says, how he says it ; and of these three things, what he says is the least important.
Page 223 - We shall meet, but we shall miss him; There will be one vacant chair; We shall linger to caress him While we breathe our evening prayer.
Page 264 - ... for the control of venereal disease therefore include repression of prostitution by means of aggressive programs of enforcement by local authorities, or invocation of the May act and repression of prostitution by the Department of Justice. THE SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAM The Social Protection Section of the Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services, Federal Security Agency, has a field staff of twenty-four persons assigned in various parts of the country. In its long-term aspects, the social...
Page 296 - The normal heart and circulatory system became stronger and more efficient in moving blood to active regions when repeatedly required to do so. The demand for improved circulation incident to prolonged exercise is reflected primarily in greater strength, endurance, and efficiency of the heart.

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