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KIN 2501 Final Mckey LSU
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What are the three prong tests for Title IX?
Accommodation of interest test: The institution is fully and effectively accommodating the interests and abilities of the underrepresented sex
Proportionality Test: Sport opportunities for male and female students are substantially proportionate to their respective full time undergrad students
History of Progress Test: The institution has a history and continuing practice of program expansion for the underrepresented sex
Which college football team became known as America's Team?
Notre Dame because it beat Army.
What did Babe Ruth do for the sport of Baseball?
-Legitimized the Homerun
-Became one of baseball's first franchise players
Who was regarded as the first black man in professional baseball?
Jackie Robinson was given credit, while William White was the actual one.
What is the name of the team that was formed by Abe Saberstein?
The Savoy Big Five- Changed to the Harlem Globetrotters
What track and field runner from Ohio State broke Olympic Records in 1939 at a meet in Michigan?
What was the first bowl game?
The Rose Bowl
When did Babe Didrickson become a golfer?
Not until her retirement.
-Multi Sport athlete, went to the Olympics for Track and Field
-Golf, Basketball, Softball, Track and Field
When was Title Nine created?
June 23rd, 1972
What was the AAPE known as? What is it known as now?
WAS AAAPE, then AAPE, NOW Shape America
-Used to be American Association for Advancement of Physical Education
Why did interest in activities change after the Civil War?
1. Changing concepts of work and leisure
2. People wanted self-improvement
3. What people read at the time said activity was important
4. More knowledge about physiology
5. Discussions of race regeneration
6. ATHLETIC CRAZE THOUGH THE COUNTRY
7. Doctors start treating some medical issues with exercise
8. Increased anxiety
How is PE similar to other fields within Kinesiology?
You're teaching people new skills such as how to move around.
What is the name for the art of teaching?
What is Motor Behavior?
Guest Speaker Jan
The Psychology and Physiology of how you move
Who was the creator of the Modern Olympics?
Pierre De Coubertin
What year did the first Modern Olympics take place?
Who broke the color line of the NBA?
A Japanese American a year before the first black individual was signed
Who was regarded as the greatest boxer ever?
Who was the first black woman to participate in a golf tournament? (LPGA)
-Also good at Tennis and Track
-Won Grand Slam in Tennis in 1957
What was the Battle of the Sexes?
A tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs (Billie WON)
Where did the First Marathon take place?
-Flame ALWAYS starts at Philippides, sight of the ancient myth location
Why were the Los Angeles Games so successful?
-IOC set up rules and regulations
-Non Liability Clause
When did Tommie Smith and John Carlos get taken from the Olympics?
Why were Tommy Smith and John Carlos ejected from the 1968 Mexico Olympics?
They raised their fists during the National Anthem
-wore no shoes to represent poverty
-wore black beads or scarves to represent lynchings.
What was the first activity women were allowed to participate in in the Olympics?
Swimming in 1912.
What were the problems with the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin?
Hitler ran them, he wanted a perfect race.
What records did Jessie Owens break at the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin?
100 Meter, 200 Meter, 4x100 Relay, Long Jump
Who broke Babe Ruth's Homerun Record?
Hank Aaron, Had to deal with death threats because of his race
Who was known as the Brown Bomber?
-1938 fought with German Max Schmelling
What happened at the 1972 Olympics?
The MUNICH Massacre
-Hostage situation in which Arab terrorists killed Israeli Athletes
What events made the Paris Olympic Games in 1900 unsuccessful?
The Paris Olympics dragged on because they went on for five months
What event made the 1904 St. Louis Olympic Games unsuccessful?
The St. Louis World Fair
Who was known as the Galloping Ghost?
-Signed with the Bears
Who was one of the first presidents of the NFL?
-Best Athlete award named after him
What president of the IOC had a problem with amateurism?
-Also had idealistic view about separation of politics and sports
-Wanted everyone to be at amateur status
Why were black individuals highly successful as jockeys?
They were slaves so they did what the horse owners did.
-Highly successful when horse racing began
What games were started between France and the USA?
The Allied Games.
-Spinoff of the Olympic Games, didn't last long
Why do we see less women as coaches?
-Women are paid less as coaches than men
-They don't get the respect they deserve
-Men have historically been at the top when it comes to coaching
What is a MicroAggression?
Subtly putting down on someone, may not mean it.
-You hit like a girl
What National golf course did not allow women to be members?
Who was the first women allowed to be a member of Augusta National?
Who took Augusta National to court over not allowing women to be members?
-Now has 3 women members
When football was created, was it more popular on the NFL or collegiate level?
What is Human Movement Science Primarily made up of?
OTs, PT,s PAs
What is Fitness Trainers made up of?
Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers
How did exercise change for women?
It was originally conducted by women because strong women were believed to make strong children
What is the term given to travelling teams that sleep anywhere?
What was the last domain adopted into the PE Curriculum?
The Social Domain- Taught kids to be good sports, etc.
Who was originally in charge of athletic programs?
Faculty and staff.
What is the basis of Title IX?
Get rid of sexism and reach equality in sport.
What baseball team was similar to the Harlem Globetrotters?
What made the 2008 draft special?
One player was drafted to each team that previously wasn't drafted due to race.
What did the Caucasians only clause state? (1961)
Only whites allowed on certain fields and in certain tournaments
-Removed in 1961.
When was the last year of the Negro Baseball League
Who was the first black player in the NBA?
Who was the first black coach of the NFL?
Who was the first black player of the NFl?
Jackson vs. Birmingham Board of Education
Jackson was a PE teacher and he sued Birmingham because he saw the boys getting better treatment and reported it and got fired
What sport is known as America's pasttime?
What head coach delivered a famous speech before a football game in the NCAA?
Who was a college football coach for 49 years?
First Modern Olympics- Pierre de Coubertin
World fair of Paris- Made Paris Olympics unorganized and unsuccessful
Athletes enter stadium as teams for the first time
Finland and Ireland wanted to appear under their own flags
Women compete in Olympics for the first time
Notre Dame became America's team because they beat Army
Olympic Flag approved for first time
Allied Games started by US and France Militaries post WWI
Athletes took money to throw Olympic Games
Modern day Olympic Athletes began required to take oath of integrity
Week of Winter Olympics introduced
Tennis excluded from games
Only 1300 athletes participated proving Europe was the center of International Sports
Used games to promote supremacy of the Aryan Race
Most grand Olympic games to date
Englander Roger Bannister breaks 4 minute mile barrier
Rafer Johnson sets Olympic record in the decathlon and carries the American flag in Rome
Avery Brundage banned Tommie Smith and John Carlos because of human rights solute
Title Nine passed on June 23rd
Civil Rights Restoration Act
-Sports programs were a part of overall education program in schools
Tommie Smith and John Carlos receive Arhtur Ashe Courage Award
Black Sox Scandal
1919 World Series: White Sox throw games
Black basketball teams prior to integration of NBA
TITLE IX 1972
NCAA argues that athletics be excluded from Title IX- LOSES
TITLE IX 1975
OCR published legal clarifications on Title IX after 10,000 comments, questions, complaints
TITLE IX 1978
Colleges required to be in full compliance with Title IX if they aren't
TITLE IX 1979
Three Prong Test for Title IX developed
-Gave women legal basis to file lawsuits
TITLE IX 1984
Opponents to Title IX try to get President Reagan to overturn law
Grove City College vs. Bell
1984 court case that ruled that Title IX only applied to programs that received money from the federal government
Title IX not enforced
TITLE IX 1992 Franklin vs. Gwinnet County Public Schools
1992 court case in which plaintiffs were awarded punitive damages for failure of Gwennet county schools comply with Title IX
TITLE IX 1997 Cohen vs. Brown University
1997 court case that ruled that schools must provide athletic positions that match the female/male proportion of the student body
TITLE IX 2005
Coach has the right to sue school after being fired for reporting Title IX violations- Protects "whistleblowers" who identify inequities
Pederson vs. LSU
In 2000, female students at lsu sued school for refusing to offer them athletic participation opportunities equal to those it offers its male students. Particularly softball.
-AD referred to plaintiffs as feminine names and insulted them.
-Court ruled that LSU was in violation of Title IX, university added the two women's teams and plaintiffs received over $1 million.
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