Stephen Nisbet, Bowen Field House Dedicatory Address, 1955
A member of the Michigan State Board of Education, Stephen Nisbet uses an analogy of Babe Ruth to illustrate the importance of teamwork whether on the baseball diamond or when building a new building on the campus of Michigan State Normal College. State government, the local community, and the college itself are the team players involved in building the new Bowen Field House. Without that group effort, Nisbet says, the porject would not have come to fruition.
Michigan State Normal College, Bowen Field House, Babe Ruth, cooperative education, State Board of Education
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Nisbet, Stephen, "Stephen Nisbet, Bowen Field House Dedicatory Address, 1955" (1955). Speeches. 22.