Zaharias


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Zaharias referred to these as functional connections, cognitive (learning) connections, and affective (learning) connections (Zaharias, 2009).
Neither Zaharias nor Omear would confirm or deny that the reason for excluding The New American from the conference might have been this reporter's recent cover story ("China: The New Investment Savior?
One of the aspects that is neglected when evaluating the overall quality of e-learning courses is e-learning usability, resulting in relatively scarce researches examining the usability issues of e-learning applications (Granic, 2008; Kukulska-Hulme & Shield, 2004; Zaharias, 2006).
Pipkin cites tennis great Billie Jean King, all-around athlete Babe Didrikson Zaharias and many others who address this problem of being in shape versus being shapely.
To those who scoff at the idea that sports counts in the real world, casually bring up Jackie Robinson, Babe Didrikson Zaharias and Kenichi Zenimura, whose dedication to baseball created major-league-level play in internment camps during World War II.
That made her the first female to tee-up in a male PGA Tour event since Babe Zaharias qualified for the Los Angeles Open in 1945.
Picked up harmonica, following footsteps of idol "Babe" Zaharias.
5), Babe Didrikson Zaharias (9), Wilt Chamberlain (10), Carl Lewis (21), Ben Hogan (25), Jackie Robinson (29), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (31), Magic Johnson (32), Sandy Koufax (34), Jackie Joyner-Kersee (40), Billy Jean King (41), Walter Johnson (42), Pete Sampras (51), Tiger Woods (58), Jerry West (60), Rafer Johnson (61), Edwin Moses (66), Nolan Ryan (67), Elgin Baylor (74), Bill Shoemaker (80), Mark McGwire (84) and O.
It focuses not only on modern day athletes but also touches on athletes such as Babe Didrikson Zaharias, Nancy Lopez, Martina Navratilova, Wilma Rudolph and Billie Jean King.
Lakewood Country Club is dripping with tradition and history--LPGA pioneer Mildred "Babe" Zaharias was a member, according to the club's website.
0 points in a single game and became one of the first African-American student-athletes to have her portrait bronze-plated and hung in the famous Babe Zaharias Museum in Texas.
The story that follows, for instance, is a classic from the pages of Child Life, focusing on the history and life of famous woman athlete Babe Didrikson Zaharias, who lived and competed in the early to middle years of the 20th century.
However, another study conducted by Zaharias, Vassilopoulou, and Poulymenakoua (2001), presented a different view.
In terms of women's majors, Sorenstam ( who has the same number as Tiger Woods ( is now tied on ten with Babe Zaharias, with only Louise Suggs (11), Mickey Wright (13) and Patty Berg (15) having won more.