State Normal College

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History Of The University Of North Alabama - LaGrange College - State Normal College
... At the beginning of Powers' tenure, the college's curriculum encompassed three courses of study an elementary course to prepare aspiring teachers for primary and elementary education an advanced course ... remained the only building owned by the college, and the campus still was confined to the original 12 acres (49,000 m2) ...
Leroy Brown (coach) - Head Coaching Record - Men's Basketball
... Season Team Overall Michigan State Normal College 1912-1913 Michigan State Normal College 5-2 1913-1914 Michigan State Normal College 8-4 Total 13-6 Eastern Michigan ...
Eastern Michigan Eagles Football - History - Hurons Era (1929–1990)
... In 1929, the Michigan State Normal College Men's Union sponsored a contest to determine a nickname ... From 1927 to 1930 Michigan State Normal College competed in the Michigan Collegiate Conference, where they won the championship every year ... through 1961, during which time the school's name changed from Michigan State Normal College to Eastern Michigan College and then to Eastern Michigan University, and following two more independent ...
Normal - Geography
... Normal, Illinois Normal Station, Memphis. ...

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