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Department of Athletics fonds
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- Loyola College. Department of Athletics
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1,5 m. of textual records
ca. 400 photographs
ca. 60 films
ca. 40 objects
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There is a long tradition of athletics at Loyola. Almost as soon as the College was founded, field days (track and field competitions) were held once a year. In the Loyola College Review of 1915, the Sport pages refer to the Field Day, but also to numerous competitive sports, including Football, Hockey, and Basketball.
In the 1934-35 calendar, the Physical Culture section states that the physical training is by no means overlooked. The mandate of the Loyola College Athletic Association is also stated: The Loyola College Athletic Association was formed to encourage physical exercise and to create and foster a college spirit among the students. All athletics matters were under the supervision of the Athletic Board of Control. Intra-mural leagues were organized and the college was represented in inter-collegiate leagues as well.
In 1965, Edmund Enos was appointed director of the Department of Athletics. Under his direction, Loyola’s Athletic Program was extended and was considered one of the best in the country.
The teams who defended the Loyola colors were called the Warriors for men and the Tommies for women. The Sports Hall of Fame came into existence in 1967 to honour Loyola athletes and builders. Today, the program still exists as the Concordia Sports Hall of Fame. The Department published Programs in the 1960s and 1970s which took different names over the years: Loyola Athletic Programme, Program, Athletic Program, etc.
Loyola College merged with Sir George Williams University in 1974 to create Concordia University. Following the recommendations of a committee to evaluate the Student Services area, the two departments were merged into a single unit in 1975. The director of the Loyola College Department of Athletics, Ed Enos, became director of the newly formed department.
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The fonds documents the activities including the intra-mural and varsity programs of the Loyola College Department of Athletics from 1901 until 1975.
It contains team contracts, rosters, programs, schedules, reports, press clippings, films of games, objects, photographs, etc. It also contains files related to the introduction of the program in Bio-Physical Education which was initiated by the Department of Athletics and its director, Ed Enos.
The fonds is organized in the following series:
I034.1/1131 Curriculum Development Files - Faculties and Academic Departments
I034.1/1310 Academic Session Organization
I034.1/1330 Teaching Activities
I034.1/4210 University Policies and Procedures
I034.1/4310 Internal Audit
I034.1/5111 Committees and Meetings
I034.1/5112 Reports, Studies and Analyses
I034.1/5160 University Events
I034.1/5170 External Relations
I034.1/5172 Public Relations Activities
I034.1/5250 Group Insurance
I034.1/5260 Civil Liability Insurances
I034.1/5262 Insurance Claims without Litigation
I034.1/5410 Internal News and Announcements
I034.1/5420 Media Relations
I034.1/5430 Media Coverage
I034.1/5460 Promotional Materials
I034.1/6110 Staff and Position Management
I034.1/6111 Job Profiles
I034.1/6131 Job Posting and Hiring Criteria
I034.1/6210 Administrative and Support Staff ‐ Permanent Employee Files
I034.1/8110 Space Management
I034.1/8120 Property Files
I034.1/9211 Historical Evolution
I034.1/9510 Recreation Programs Management
I034.1/9520 Varsity Sport Management
I034.1/9530 Varsity Sport Teams and Clubs
I034.1/9540 Championships and Tournaments
I034.1/9550 Sport and Athletics Recognition Events
I034.1/9560 Athletics Awards and Bursaries
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The documents were transferred to the Concordia University Records Management and Archives Department by the Concordia University Recreation and Athletics Department between 1974 and 1978.
Arrangement in accordance with the Concordia University Records Classification and Retention Plan (RCRP) - 2012
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Access to series 6110 Staff and Position Management, 6210 Administrative and Support Staff ‐ Permanent Employee Files, 9530 Varsity Sport Teams and Clubs, 9540 Championships and Tournaments, 9550 Sport and Athletics Recognition Events is restricted. Some files in series 9510 Recreation Programs Management are also restricted.
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Box listings available. For the audio materials see the AV Document database.
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No further accruals are expected.
Other records related to Recreation and Athletics can be found in the Loyola College Office of the President fonds (I147).
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- Loyola College (Sujet)