Table of Contents
- Descriptive Summary
- Access Information
- Use Information
- Acquisition Information
- Processing Information
- Preferred Form of Citation
- Historical Note
- Scope and Content Note
- Arrangement of the Papers
- Detailed Description of the Collection
- University of Arkansas Judo Club
- University of Arkansas Judo Club Materials
- Inclusive Dates
- Manuscript Collection 309
- .25 linear feet (1 box)
- Materials are in English.
- Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries
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No Interlibrary Loan.
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The University of Arkansas Judo Club Materials were donated to Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries on July 20, 1978 by Clyde David Dollar.
Amy Allen and Heath Robinson; completed in March 2014.
Preferred Form of Citation
University of Arkansas Judo Club Materials (MC 309), Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.
See Special Collections Citation Guide for more detailed information on how to cite specific documents from the collection.
The Judo Club of the University of Arkansas began in 1974 with the arrival of Clyde D. Dollar on the Fayetteville campus. Dollar had been teaching judo for eleven years including four years at the University of South Dakota before deciding to come to Arkansas to study for a Ph. D in history in the fall of 1974. The Judo Club drew its membership from those enrolled in the Judo classes offered by the club in cooperation with the Intramural Office. The club and the classes were open to all University of Arkansas students, staff, and faculty, both men and women. Classes were offered in areas such as basic and advanced techniques, nutrition, competition training, and judo instruction. The goal was to provide access to an entertaining and non-destructive sport, improve physical conditioning and coordination, and teach self-defense techniques to students.
The classes were set up in a way to allow students to qualify for ascension through the ranks of the sport at the end of each course. Many students participated in the classes for multiple years and were active in competitions. Within two years of its founding, the club was hosting statewide judo competitions and summer camps. The next year, the club became nationally competitive with its first match against the University of Utah. During this time, Clyde Dollar served as the chairperson for the United States Judo Association. Dollar used his position to draft a set of rules for intercollegiate competition which he spread to college level judo programs across the country.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of correspondence and general materials.
Arrangement of the Papers
The collection is arranged chronologically.
Detailed Description of the Collection
The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection
|Box 1||Folder 1||
Judo Club Correspondence, April 1974
|Box 1||Folder 2||
Judo Club Materials, August 1974-May 1975
|Box 1||Folder 3||
Judo Club Materials, August-December 1975
|Box 1||Folder 4||
Judo Club Materials, January-May 1976
|Box 1||Folder 5||
Judo Club Materials, August-December 1976
|Box 1||Folder 6||
Judo Club Materials, January-June 1977
|Box 1||Folder 7||
Judo Club Materials, August-December 1977
|Box 1||Folder 8||
Judo Club Materials, January-May 1978
|Box 1||Folder 9||
Judo at the University of Arkansas: a Handbook, 1978
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