Coe fields its first football
team, defeating the local Business College but losing its first game
Stephen W. Stookey joins the faculty as a
professor of mathematics and engineering.
Campus undergoes a major beautification
effort; planting of grass, trees, and flowers.
Old Main is outfitted with a steam heating
James W. Good, future U.S. Secretary of
War, graduates from Coe.
Coe competes in its first track
meet; Coe's 6 men defeat 14 men from Lenox.
Construction of track, football, and baseball
George Bryant, class of 1893, joins faculty;
legendary Latin professor and "father of Coe athletics."
First issue of the Courier is
Marshall Hall is constructed; houses the
Coe Academy and college's four literary societies.
Bert Bailey, 1897 Coe graduate, returns to
chair the Zoology Department.
Forward: 1901 to 1910
Back: 1881 to 1890