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Izaak Walton/The Compleat Angler
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A 5 page analysis of the seventeenth century classic that mixes philosophical musings on nature with advice on how to catch fish. In the mid-seventeenth century, author Izaak Walton witnessed the English civil war with a rising sense of horror. A firm Royalist, Walton reported that the 'malice and madness' was 'scarce credible, but I saw it' (4). To provide himself and his friends with a 'recreative distraction' during this period of awful public turmoil, Walton composed The Compleat Angler, which was first published in 1653 (8). 'Angling' is, of course, the art of fishing, and in detailing his considerable knowledge on this subject, Walton offered his readers a pastoral retreat from the political pressures of the day. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 90angler.rtf

Nutrition and Athletic Performance
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A 5 page research essay exploring the role of nutrition in athletic performance. Discussion includes the value as well as potential detrimental effects of fat and carbohydrate loading, hydration, vitamins and minerals. Suggestions given regarding intake of these elements. Bibliography includes 6 references.
Filename: Athletes.rtf

How Television Has Changed The Game Of Baseball
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6 pages in length. Baseball and television have had a rocky but financially rewarding union. The writer addresses various pros and cons of televised baseball, particularly with respect to the ever-increasing status of player salaries, and discusses aspects of the game that have come into existence specifically through the inclusion of television.
Filename: Baseb.wps

Orthopedic Sports Medicine
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A 16 page paper discussing the state of evolution of orthopedic sports medicine. It often carries the remnant of the skepticism of years past, when those involved just seemed not to fit anywhere. The physicians involved in orthopedic sports medicine often were looked on as M.D.s that simply couldn't compete in the world of 'real' medicine, and the lay people involved as trainers and support personnel to the performing athletes were regarded as would-be athletes with the same disabilities. But times are changing. Orthopedic sports medical practitioners are being viewed as competent as any other M.D. in any other specialty, and sound research is contributing to the overall well of knowledge regarding injury, treatment options and patient outcomes. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Sportmed.wps

Shoulder Injuries & Sports Injuries / Common Injuries, Evaluation and Treatment
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A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the problem of shoulder injuries in sports medicine, and evaluates current treatment options as well as prevention models. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Shoulinj.wps

The Kinesiology Of Bowling
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the kinesiology of bowling, including a look at the sagittal view, extension, flexing, eccentric and concentric movements, and the relationship between the bones and muscles during the game. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Bowling2.doc

Ethical Theory in Sports Journalism
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A 22 page paper discussing the philosophies underlying the solid and accepted principles of journalism, particularly as they relate to any sort of conflict of interest arising from simultaneous corporate ownership of reporting organizations and performing organizations. The paper discusses the philosophies of Kant, Mill, Aristotle and Rawls, relating them to the growing problems of such conflict of interest enabled in large part by the consolidation trend fueling mergers and acquisitions. The second and smaller section of the paper provides concrete example of the problems of subjectivity in reporting. It provides several examples of broadcast 'cheerleading' styles dating from as far back as the 1960s and examines the implications of the 1999 purchase by the corporate parent of the Dallas Morning News of a minor stake in Dallas' struggling rofessional basketball team, the Mavericks. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: KSjrnlEthics.wps

Turf Management & The Use of Pesticides on Golf Courses
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A 20 page research paper on hazardous chemicals and pesticides used on golf courses. Bibliography lists at least 15 references.
Filename: Golfcour.wps

Sports & Physical Education Today
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This 5 page paper examines the phenomenon that sports and physical education has changed a great deal, particularly since the seventies. The psychological effects of competition are discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Pesport.doc

History of the National Hockey League
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This 10 page report discusses the history of the National Hockey League. The National Hockey League was created 1917 in Montreal following suspension of operations by the National Hockey Association of Canada Limited (NHA). Information relating to the development of the League, its rules and standards, as well as the role it has played in the development of hockey are noted throughout the paper. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWhock.rtf

Desegregation of Major League Baseball In The United States
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A 10 page paper on the integration of Black athletes into major league baseball. The writer describes the evolution of the Negro Leagues and the reasons why it would have been beneficial for these leagues to remain in effect as they contributed to social bonding. It is argued that integration damaged some of the pride and cultural experience that Black athletes enjoyed in the Negro Leagues. Desegregation brought about major opposition, ridicule, shame, etc; Irony exists in the fact that Blacks were allowed to fight and die for America-- but they could not play baseball. And once they were allowed to, nobody would accept them. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: Desegreg.doc

Jackie Robinson & The Color Barrier
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A 4 page biography/report on the life and accomplishments of Jackie Robinson-- the American baseball player known for 'breaking the color barrier' and becoming the first Black player to gain widespread acceptance playing for a Major League team. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Jckrbnsn.doc

Jackie Robinson / Film vs. Book
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In this 5 page paper, the writer is concerned with the historical accuracy of film & written accounts of the Jackie Robinson legend. The movie ['Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars'] is compared with the book 'Baseball's Great Experiment: --Jackie Robinson and His Legacy.'
Filename: Bingolong.wps

Jackie Robinson's Enduring Legacy
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An 11 page paper on baseball's first enduring black player. Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 amid a raft of controversy, but managed to pull 'Dem Bums,' perpetual losers into the 1947 World Series by doing things that won him the title of 1947 Rookie of the Year. Always outspoken on racial issues, he maintained his promise of 2 years' worth of no visible reaction to the verbal abuse all involved, including him, knew he would suffer. After that, it was no holds barred while he meanwhile gathered award after award. He committed a lifetime to civil rights work, using baseball as a stage from which to speak. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Jackier.wps

Jackie Robinson's Legacy / Review Of Tygel's 'Baseball's Great Experiment'
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5 pages in which the author discusses this particular book and how the great baseball player Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier between Black and Whites on the playing field and in society.
Filename: Jrlegacy.wps

Jackie Robinson's Social Contributions
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An 8 page paper discussing the social effect felt by Jackie Robinson's addition to the Dodgers. He suffered incredible verbal abuse and even threats of death, yet continued with his mission. He summarized the source of his drive in his last book: 'I cannot, as an individual, rejoice in the good things I have been permitted to work for and learn while the humblest of my brothers is down in a deep hole hollering for help and not being heard. That is why I have devoted and dedicated my life to service.' Jackie Robinson did more perhaps than any other black man in breaking color barriers. Without discounting the contributions of other civil rights workers, Jackie Robinson became a master of breaking the white man's rules yet remaining within those same rules. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: JackieRo.wps

Physical Therapy: Health Trends
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8 pages in length. Within the world of physical wellness, there are two very different approaches to the same goal: holistic and allopathic. The two vastly diverse programs offered around the world provide similar benefits; however, it is the road taken to achieve these benefits that greatly differ. Allopathic medicine is geared more toward the traditional, pharmaceutical therapy that has sustained throughout the centuries. Holistic medicine, on the other hand, utilizes a whole body, noninvasive approach to aid in the body's recuperation. Granted, both entities have their specific place within the innerworkings of overall wellness, yet their diversity maintains them as separate practices. The writer discusses that current trends, however, are showing a voluntary merging of the two applications to work toward a comprehensive approach to physical therapy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCphys.doc

The History and Development of Golf
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This 5 page report discusses the larger history of golf – how it evolved and what it has become. It has been fairly well established that golf was actually devised by the Scots in the 14th or 15th century. Since then, golf has evolved into a measured world by which a person can be judged by their awareness of proper etiquette, attitude, and dress, as well as how they hit the ball. Throughout the centuries, certain attitudes and rules transcend nationality and reasons for golf to create golf’s own unique world of beliefs, standards, and ideals. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWgolf.rtf


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