Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation

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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, 1957 - Health

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Page 7 - To elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching, and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States.
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Page 20 - With sense to keep it at its best. Give me a healthy mind, good Lord, To keep the good and pure in sight; Which, seeing sin, is not appalled, But finds a way to set it right. Give me a mind that is not bored, That does not whimper, whine or sigh; Don't let me worry overmuch About the fussy thing called "I.
Page 12 - Fitness is that state which characterizes the degree to which the person is able to function. Fitness is an individual matter. It implies the ability of each person to live most effectively within his potentialities. Ability to function depends upon the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual components of fitness, all of which are related to each other and are mutually interdependent.
Page 20 - Give me a sense of humor, Lord, Give me the grace to see a joke; To get some happiness from life, And pass it on to other folk.
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Page 50 - However, the aims and objectives of community recreation agencies in their conduct of sports programs are similar to those of the schools. By using common rules and applying basic standards in organizing competition, many girls and women can be given the opportunity to develop skills and to enjoy a desirable kind of competition.

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