Image from page 223 of "North Carolina education" (1909)
Title: North Carolina education
Publisher: Raleigh, N.C. : W.F. Marshall
Contributing Library: State Library of North Carolina, Government & Heritage Library
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— Physical Education for Men, and fo:Women, 1 hr. credit. Folk Games and Folk Dances, 1 hrcredit. Folk and Classic Dancing, 1 hr. credit Elementary Swimming, j hr. creditAdvanced Swimming, J hr. credit. School Games and Festivals, 2J hrscredit. Swedish Gymnastics, 1 hr. credit. Theory and Practice of Swedish Gymnastics2J hrs. credit. Physiology and Hygiene, 2J hrs. credit Playground Supervision and Equipment2J hrs. credit. Organized Games and Team Work, 2;hrs. credit. Coaching Basketball, 2 hrs. credit. A course in Coaching Football will b(open free to all registered students ancwill be conducted by the well-known football authorities:--Dan McGugin, BradlejWalker, and Owsley Manier. A number of somewhat related course;in music, hygiene, and story-telling analso given. The Summer Quarter extends fronJune 14 to August 31 (the first term fronJune 14 to July 21, the second term fronJuly 21 to August 31.) Degrees of B.S.M.A., Ph.D. George Peabody Collegefor Teachers NASHA^LLE, TENNESSEE.
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what is wanted.POUND PAPERS. For Vacation Trip Take Kodak with you. School Books andSchool Supplies is nothalf our line. If youwish something toread, write us forHURDS FINE PAPERS. Alfred Williams & Company Raleigh, North Carolina. May, 1917.] NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION 27 The editors of College papers inthe State have done a progressiveand useful thing in organizing the»North Carolina College Press Asso-ciation. They held their organiza-tion meeting at Chapel April 17. Thefollowing schools were represented:The State Normal and IndustrialCollege, Greensboro; The University,A. and E. College, Wake iForest,Lenoir College, Greensboro Collegefor Women, Meredith, AtlanticChristian College, Trinity and Da-vidson. Only 33 boys and girls betweenthe ages of 12 and 21 in DurhamCounty are unable to read and write,according to the annual report ofSuperintendent of Education C. W.Massey, made public a few days ago.Seventeen of these are found in onedistrict. Twenty-five of the 30white districts
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