Object Type: Folder
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Folder of materials on the Tennessee Tech University Administrative Council.
Folder of materials on the Tennessee Tech University Alumni Association.
Folder of correspondence, meeting records, and clippings related to the Tennessee Tech University men's tennis coach abandoning David Brents in Johnson City, Tennessee, and the aftermath on campus.
Correspondence, reports, and drafts on Tennessee Tech University's and the state of Tennessee's efforts to desegregate in compliance with the Geier case.
Folder of memorandums relating to the administration of the Tennessee Tech University Department of Health and Physical Education, intramurals, and athletics.
Folder of materials related to Tennessee Polytechnic Institute's faculty meetings.
Folder of materials on Home Economics courses taught at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute.
Transciption: SPORTS INFORMATION TENNESSEE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY News and Information Services Cookeville, TN 38505 - (615) 372-3088 4/29/86 S/s/1/2/3b Contact: Rob Schabert, Sports Information Director Received April 30, 1986 President’s Office MARYNELL MEADORS APPRECIATION NIGHT PLANNED FOR MAY 6 COOKEVILLE, Tenn., -- An informal evening has been planned for Marynell Meadors Appreciation Night at Tennessee Tech University, giving Golden Eaglette basketball fans a chance to bid farewell to the 16-year coaching veteran. Meadors, who recently took over the Florida State coaching job, started the Tech program in 1970 and guided the Eaglettes to a 363-138 record in 16 seasons. She is the third: winningest coach in women’s basketball history. Member of the current Eaglette team, plus newly promoted head coach Bill Worrell, will also be on hand for the event which is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. on the floor of the Eblen Center. Cost to the evening $5 per person, and includes a barbeque dinner from Bobby Q's restaurant. Tickets for Marynell Meadors Appreciation Night are available at Austin’s One Hour Photo, Unlimited Sports and the Tech ticket office in Eblen Center. For more information, call (615) 372-3940, -30-