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 1920's Sport and Sporting Stars
Sports which grew and flourished in the nineteen twenties due to unprecedented publicity and promotion included baseball, tennis, golf, swimming, football and boxing.
The sports stars of this era remain well known even today, such was their fame and the publicity they received.
Present day sporting stars are often compared to the greats of the 1920's and great publicity attends the player who exceeds the records set 80 years ago, ensuring our old heros are not forgotten.
www.1920-30.com /sports   (475 words)

  Careers in Sport Psychology
Sport psychology professionals are interested in how participation in sport, exercise, and physical activity may enhance personal development and well-being throughout the life span.
Sport psychologists are also involved in assisting coaches in working with athletes as well as helping improve athletes' motivation.
As an academic discipline, sport and exercise psychology is the scientific study of people and their behavior in sport and exercise contexts and involves such topics as personality, motivation, attributions, arousal, leadership, and goal-setting.
www.wcupa.edu /_Academics/sch_cas.psy/Career_Paths/Sports/Career07.htm   (1765 words)

 Myths About Sports Psychology - Article by Bill Cole
One somewhat objective measure of which sports seem to be the most mentally demanding could be based on the volume of literature on the psychological aspects of the sport.
Sports psychology at its core is essentially an educational approach, while psychotherapy is a therapeutic one.
Sports psychology does not aim to alter a person's personality, but one of its goals is to take the performance aspects of the athlete's mind and body and maximize their natural talents.
www.mentalgamecoach.com /articles/SportsPsychologyMyths.html   (3043 words)

By 1926 team sports such as baseball, basketball, and soccer, and lifelong activities such as walking, hiking, camping, tennis, swimming, skating, and dancing, were being encouraged.
Regional (three to six stakes), multiregional (fifteen to thirty stakes), and area sports directors are called as needed to organize and supervise tournaments in the eighteen designated geographical areas of the worldwide Church.
Sports for females have somewhat paralleled sports for males through the years, except that all-Church tournaments for women in team sports have never been held.
www.lightplanet.com /mormons/daily/health/sports_EOM.htm   (1112 words)

 H-Net Review: George Marsden on Muscular Christianity: Manhood and Sports in Protestant ...
Though the Promise Keepers is less about sports than about spiritual renewal, personal commitments, and responsibilities, we now take for granted that athletics and evangelical Christianity often go hand-in-hand in America.
By the 1880s American Protestant churches, which often had backgrounds of Puritan or Methodist aversions to sports, were routinely endorsing the culture of physical vigor.
Representatives of emerging liberal Protestantism saw it as a way of helping to develop "character" and "manliness," in the sense of being "civilized." The ideal man was both strong and responsible, dedicated to serving others.
www.h-net.org /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=272171027682421   (898 words)

 1920 Census :: 1920 U.S. Federal Census :: 1920 Free Census Resources
The 1920 U.S. Federal Census was the fourteenth enumeration of the United States population.
The 1920 census schedules are arranged by state or territory, and thereunder by county, and finally by enumeration district.
The 1920 census, however, did not ask about unemployment on the day of the census, nor did it ask about service in the Union or Confederate army or navy.
www.1930census.com /1920_census.php   (748 words)

 "The Roaring Twenties" - "The 1920's" - Sports
Several sports, such as golf, that had previously been unavailable to the middle-class became open.
The sport of greyhound racing was introduced to Great Britain by the U.S. in 1925 or 1926 (one source has listed 1925, another 1926).
As the sport gained several followers many new tracks were built, and in 1928, the National Greyhound Racing Club was established.
library.thinkquest.org /C005846/categories/sports/sports.htm   (1234 words)

 Women's Sports Foundation SPORTS & FITNESS
A: NO. Baseball and softball are governed by separate national sport governing bodies in the United States and internationally.
In non-contact sports, Title IX requires that members of the underrepresented gender be permitted to play on teams provided for the overrepresented gender or that separate teams in that sport be created for women.
However, in educational institutions where women are underrepresented in sports participation, Title IX specifically says that while members of the underrepresented gender must be given the opportunity to play on teams offered to the overrepresented gender, the converse is not required.
www.womenssportsfoundation.org /cgi-bin/iowa/sports/article.html?record=6   (794 words)

 Women's Sports Foundation Geena Takes Aim
They’ve been raised with the idea that “real men play sports.” It is perceived as a component of manhood.
They grew up in families able to pay for their participation in youth sports, and they were encouraged to play.
Maybe their mothers didn’t play sports; they may not have had athletic female role models.
www.womenssportsfoundation.org /cgi-bin/iowa/issues/geena/record.html?record=930   (924 words)

 1920 in sports
See also: 1919 in sports, other events of 1920, 1921 in sports and the list of 'years in sports'.
January 3 - Boston Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sells Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees for $125,000 and a $350,000 loan, beginning "The curse of the Bambino".
The 1916 Summer Olympics were due to take place in Berlin, Germany, but were cancelled, due to World War I.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/1/19/1920_in_sports.html   (298 words)

 Sports and recreation at K-State
K-State's sports and fitness programs cater to everyone–from state champions to the last-picked team members.
Club sports give K-Staters a chance to compete with teams from other universities in sports they enjoy.
Since 1920 K-State has been represented in 13 Olympiads in nine different sports.
consider.k-state.edu /sports   (620 words)

 CBC Sports Online: NFL: Game Recap   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - Frank Gore rushed for 159 yards and scored a touchdown, then left the game with a concussion, as the San Francisco 49ers held on to beat Detroit, 19-13, at Ford Field.
Gore, who was held to a season-low 41 yards on 19 carries in a win against the Vikings last Sunday, carried 22 times and also hauled in two passes for 14 yards.
Gore set a franchise record with 148 yards rushing in the first half...Detroit has not scored on their opening drive this season...The 49ers lead the all- time series, 32-26-1, and have won 10 of the past 11 games.
www.cbc.ca /sports/stats/nfl/recap/1920   (913 words)

 America 1920-1929: Sports History: Overview | American Decades
The most notable of these stadiums were at the University of Washington (built in 1920, capacity of 46,000); Stanford (1921, 86,011); Ohio State (1922, 85,339); Nebraska (1923, 73,650); Illinois (1923, 70,538); Purdue (1924, 67,861); Texas AandM (1925, 72,387); Missouri (1926, 62,000); Michigan (1927, 101,701); and Alabama (1929, 70,123).
These huge venues for sporting events also encouraged a building boom in public and private golf courses, tennis courts, swimming facilities, and multi.....
Athletes were exalted as models for American youth, and sports were often regarded as builders not only of physical skills but also of moral character.
www.bookrags.com /history/america-1920s-sports   (548 words)

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In 1927, he set the record of 60 homeruns which was not broken until 1961 by Roger Maris.
On the night of his fight with Gene Tunney, the arena was filled with 140,000 fans.
The came went through a drastic change with the help of a few talented athletes who revolutionized the sport.
www.carteretcountyschools.org /chs/fptwebs/APUS3/Group9/1920/sports.htm   (130 words)

 1920 in sports - enyclopaedia article about 1920 in sports
1920 in sports - enyclopaedia article about 1920 in sports
Summary: See also: 1919 in sports, other events of 1920, 1921 in sports and the list of 'years in sports'.
See also: 1919 in sports, other events of 1920, 1921 in sports and the list of 'years in sports'.
www.pro-researcher.co.uk /encyclopaedia/english/1920_in_sports   (197 words)

 Famous Sports Stars Sa-Ja
1920- Spanish athletic administrator In his two decades at the helm of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Juan Antonio Samaranch worked a miraculous transformation, turning what was a largely amateur enterprise into a billion-dollar showcase for the world's finest professional athletes.
1920- American football executive Tex Schramm It isn't easy to measure Tex Schramm's impact on professional football, for his mark is on so much of the game as we know it today.
Yet even though her dominance in the sport of golf seems nearly unchallenged, she still continues to push herself to work harder and to further…
sports.jrank.org /collection/11/Notable-Sports-Figures.html   (3692 words)

 History of Women in Sports Timeline - Part 2 - 1900 - 1929
Their application to the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp is denied, but they pay in an English tournamnet (loosing both games).
1920 - At the Summer Olympics, France's Suzanne Lenglen abandoned the customary tennis garb for a short, pleated skirt, sleeveless silk blouse, and matching sweater.
Four years later, in Paris, she won a silver in the springboard and a bronze in the 100-meter backstroke, making her the first athlete, male or female, to medal in both the Olympic swimming and diving competitions.
www.northnet.org /stlawrenceaauw/timelne2.htm   (4218 words)

 Welcome to Sports - 1920's
During the 1920s organized sports became a big part of people’s lives.
Another popular sport during the 1920s era was football.
One player from teh University of Illinois was nicknamed the "Galloping Ghost" for his power and speed.
www.angelfire.com /blog/1920sproj/Sports.html   (179 words)

 Bambino Curse | Sports History | Billy Goat Curse | Chicago Cubs Curse | Boston Red Sox | 2004 World Series   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
At the time, Babe Ruth, also known as the Bambino was one of baseball's greatest hitters and had helped the Red Sox win a World Series in 1918.
But in 1920, Harry Frazee, the owner of the Sox, needed some money to pay for his girlfriend's Broadway musical, so he traded Ruth to the New York Yankees for $125,000 and the Curse of the Bambino was born.
The last four players who have appeared on the cover of the game have suffered serious injuries or a poor season.
www.kidzworld.com /article/3922-scariest-sports-curses   (526 words)

 Hard Ball
Or you can learn about the moguls who run sports today, the better to beat them at their own game.
This all gets turned on its head in sports where, as a practical matter, all you need for league approval of a franchise move is poor attendance figures, regardless of the competence (or lack thereof) of the owner.
Suggestions by other experts have been made for wresting power from the sports owners – say, municipal ownership (as has been successfully implemented for several minor-league baseball and Canadian football teams), or at the very least granting cities the right of first refusal to buy teams (as a bill currently in Congress would do).
www.sportsjones.com /hardball.htm   (825 words)

 20's sports heroes
There were many sports heroes in the 20's.
Then, in 1920, Babe went to the New York Yankees.
Babe Ruth was definately one of the greatest sports players America has ever seen.
library.thinkquest.org /J0111064/20sports.htm   (450 words)

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March 31 - Government of Ireland Act 1920 is presented in British parliament.
The first broadcast was the results of the U.S. presidential election, 1920.
www.knowledgefun.com /book/1/19/1920.html   (1632 words)

 DrumNet - Men vs. Women in Sports
In order to get a (hopefully) analogous comparison from another sport, I looked up some track and field records since these are timed and therefore completely objective.
Since 1960 the percentage difference between men and women has gone down by about 50% in the 100 meters (13.0% to 6.61%) while it's gone down by nearly 80% in the marathon.
Women are also closer in another sense: the current marathon champion is running at the same pace as the men's champion of 1950, while in the 100 meters the current champion is running at a 1920 pace.
members.cox.net /kdrum/Menwomensports.htm   (673 words)

 1920 in sports - Definition, explanation
The 1916 Summer Olympics were due to take place in Berlin, Germany, but were cancelled, due to World War I.
Information focuses on the time period of 1920 to 1939, but some is provided back as...
Loudoun County Virginia's premier Steeplechase races since 1920.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/1/19/1920_in_sports.php   (695 words)

 CBS Sports Home - CBSSports.com
CBS Sports to broadcast first-ever PGA Tour playoff event
CBS Sports to broadcast Pilot Pen women's final
CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. SportsLine is a registered service mark of SportsLine.com, Inc. CBS "eye device" is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc.
www.sportsline.com /cbssports   (225 words)

 List of sports events
Each year is annotated with a significant event as a reference point.
1999 in sports - Death of Joe DiMaggio
1993 in sports - Monica Seles is stabbed during a tennis tournament
www.gamesinathens.com /olympics/l/li/list_of_sports_events.shtml   (585 words)

 Neighbors (1920) - Moviefone
Neighbors (1920) Neighbors on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more...
Neighbors: Information from Answers.com Neighbors (1920 film) Neighbors Buster Keaton and Joe Roberts in a still from...
Neighbors (1920) - Cast & Crew, movie showtimes, plot, synopsis, exclusive features, trailers, clips, theater listings, reviews, message boards, dvd, videos, rentals and more on Moviefone.
movies.aol.com /movie/neighbors-1920/26961/main   (124 words)

 Jim Trageser's Hot on the Web - Hot on the Web from May 18, 2001
With constantly updated sports news and the ability to create your own sports home page (with a calendar and news coverage tracking your favorite teams), SportsLine is a top-notch portal.
Letting the computers of CBS Fantasy Sports do that work for your certainly makes running a fantasy team more fun – you can concentrate more on trades and picking up players on waivers, and less on doing long division.
You'll need the free Shockwave browser plugin to play them, and if you're using a dial-up modem you may find the downloads unbearable long, but the games are slick, fun, highly playable – and best of all, they offer prizes for high score.
trageser.com /computers/web/1920.php   (913 words)

 The New York Times: This Day In Sports
NEW YORK - Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox, baseball's superslugger, was purchased by the Yankees today for the largest cash sum ever paid for a player.
Ruth went from 29 home runs in 1919 to 54 in 1920 and 59 in 1921 in the friendly Polo Grounds, dominating the game and making the 1919 Black Sox scandal (see Sept.
The Globetrotters' mostly scripted exhibitions have been an enduring part of sports since the promoter Abe Saperstein founded them in 1927.
www.nytimes.com /packages/html/sports/year_in_sports/01.05.html   (797 words)

 1920 New York Yankees Statistics and Roster - Baseball-Reference.com
Baseball-Reference part of Sports Reference, Inc. (Copyright ©2000-2007).
Statistics may come from our work, the Baseball Databank, or other sources including SABR.org and RetroSheet.org..
Copyright © 2000-2007 Sports Reference, Inc. All rights reserved.
www.baseball-reference.com /teams/NYY/1920.shtml   (204 words)

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