In memory of Coe founder T.M.
Sinclair, the Sinclair family funds Sinclair
Memorial Chapel, building
dedicated on June 11.
The first Colonial Ball, to celebrate the
birthday of George Washington; organized by Mabel Lee as an all girls
banquet and dance.
Year of the 1000% football team; team goes
entire season without being scored upon.
Coe holds its first annual Homecoming, for
the Coe vs. Cornell football game (which ends
in 0-0 tie).
William Jennings Bryan speaks at Coe.
Successful completion of $1,000,000 endowment
A pipe organ is built and installed in Sinclair
Memorial Chapel with gift from Mrs. Caroline C. Sinclair.
John Marquis attempts to resign in June after being elected
Secretary-Treasurer of the Home Mission Board of the Presbyterian
Church; he agrees to remain president, making as many trips to the
campus as he can.
The east wing (along 13th street) of Voorhess
Hall is finished.
Helen Esther Roberts, a freshman from
Strawberry Point, passed away in Voorhees Hall, a victim of the Spanism
Leander Clark College, under financial
strains, consolidates with Coe College.
First appearance in the Cosmos of
"Teasing the Cat," a humorous verse column by ScOoP.
1921 to 1930
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