Morehouse Gage resigns
from the college's presidency. C. Harve Geirger serves as interim
Coe wins its first Midwest Conference
Basketball Championship; Willis lamb is head coach. crown.
Anderson is appointed president of the college.
Following the resignation of Charles
Anderson, C. Harve Geiger is again called upon to
serve as interim president of the college. This time for the 1941-1942
The Board of Trustees selects Byron
Hollinshead to become the eighth president of Coe College.
Sinclair Memorial Chapel is burned down by
a disgruntled janitor on September 4th.
Coe is granted a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
Following the departure of Byron
Hollinshead, Edgar C.
Cumings is appointed president of the college on October
Hickok Hall, named after Professor
Charles Hickok, is erected.
Edgar C. Cumings leaves Coe's presidency
for "federal duties," having the shortest tenure of any president in
The Board appoints Coe's business manager, Howell Brooks,
president of the college.
Sinclair Memorial Chapel is completely
Back: 1931 to 1940
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