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					Journal of Sport History, Vol. 22, No. 3 (Fall 1995)

      The new JSH editor for Film, Media and Museum Reviews is Steven W.
Pope. If you would like to contribute to this area in any way, please contact
Steve at 381 Deering Ave., Portland, ME 04103.

      The third annual Spring Training Conference has been scheduled for
March 8–10, 1996, in Phoenix, Arizona. For details, contact NINE Spring Train-
ing Conference, Faculty of Social Work, #300, 8625-l12 Street, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada T6G IK8.

      Syracuse University Press is introducing a new series entitled “Sport and
Entertainment.” For more information, get in touch with the editor: Steve Riess,
Department of History, Northeastern Illinois University, 5500 N. St. Louis Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60625.

     The North American Society for Sport History will hold its next annual
meeting at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, May 24–27, 1996. Program
information will be available from Patricia Vertinsky, School of Human Kinet-
ics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z1; e-mail:

     The North American Society for the Sociology of Sport will meet at the
Sheraton Civic Center Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama, November 13–16, 1996.
For information about that conference and other NASSS activities, contact Lee
Vander Velden, Department of Kinesiology, University of Maryland, College
Park. MD 20742.

     Texas Tech University’s Comparative Literature Symposium, January 24–
27, 1996, will treat the theme “A Comparative Approach to Sport.” Information
is available from Michael K. Schoenecke, English Department, Box 43091,
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-3091; Tel: (806) 742-2501.

      The third seminar of the International Society for the History of Physical
Education and Sport (ISHPES) will be held in Shunde, Guandong Province,
China, September 16–22, 1996. The major theme of the seminar is “Sports—the
East and the West.” For further information, contact Mr. Liu Yueye, Chinese
Society for History of Sports and Physical Education, 9 Tiyuguan Road, Beijing
100763, China; fax: 86-10-7142779.


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     The Fourth International Congress on Physical Education and Sport
(ICPES) will be held May 17–19, 1996, in Komotini, Greece. For abstract forms
and other information, write:
     Democritus University of Thrace
     Department of Physical Education and Sport Science
     Secretariat 4th ICPES
     Komotini, 69100, GREECE
     Tel: 30-53l-26908, 21764, 21762; Fax: 30-53l-33582,26908

     The author of “The Death of Archer Christian: College Presidents and the
Reform of College Football,” which appeared in the summer 1995 issue, wishes
to give correctly the name of Professor Philip C. Schwarz of Virginia Common-
wealth University, which was misspelled in a note of acknowledgment. The
author regrets the mistake.