Decade of the "Carlisle Connection." Three State College
head football coaches arrived from the famous Carlisle Indian college
in Pennsylvania: Frank Shivley, William "Lone Star" Dietz
and Gus Welch.
First issue of Alumni publication POWWOW printed.
First "Founder's Day" celebration
Miss Rhoda White named first Dean of Women.
Crimson Circle senior men's honorary established.
President's House completed at cost of $25,000.
First Homecoming held.
College natural history museum named for former regent, Charles
Students Book Corporation -- the 'Bookie" - founded by the
Associated Students of the State College of Washington.
President Bryan retires. Runs unsuccessfully for U.S. Senate.
Ernest O. Holland appointed president. He has a Ph.D. from Indiana
University and was superintendent of schools at Louisville, Ky.
Agriculture research started at Lind in Eastern Washington.
State College football team defeated Brown 14-0 in first annual
Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
Auditorium and Library named "E.A. Bryan Hall."
College department system reorganized into five colleges and four
schools with deans as administrative heads.
Graduate School created.
Enrollment 2,130, highest between 1910-1919.
World War I impacted State College, with units of soldiers training
on campus. 41 soldiers died of influenza epidemic.
Professor Harry Chambers named first part-time Alumni Secretary.
State law passed requiring every able-bodied State College student
to take at least three years of physical education.
The Cougar is officially adopted as the State College mascot.