he offer of the
LO 1924 Olympic
g Stadium. It
he event would
des Princes at
Kirby, chairman of the
npic committee, de-
great mistake is being
long run, he said, the
the Pershing field into
I approach closely the
stadium and another
ve decided advantages
rian stadium in loca-
Lyons also offered a site
o haveadvantages, but
as seriously consider-
two other cites men-
'er the Pershing sta-
definitely decided upon
h committee has ex-
ire to make it the best
put up. Extensive re-
ecessary and additional
facilities will have to
but, stated Kirby,
i held, we will go and
lit in 1919
Stadium was built in
919 to hold the Inter-
the Allied armies. A
t to a. civilian concern
ulties ensued and with.
remaining before the
es were scheduled (to
American Army Engin-
charge and by working
s itight and day the
hed on time. Over
nany officers were em-
plete the structure in
le time. The plans
the Y. M. C. A. and
on raised the money.
>n, the stadium was'
eneral Pershing who
adc at present of it tol
I in the Bois de Yin-
onal park close to
id at the time of con-
eing used by the army
ed over to the Ameri-
bout nine acres is en-
0feet. The stands are
crete, and about 25,000
s seated. The grand-
y designed to hold the
2500 seats in this part. nI addition
there is room for about 15,000 people
to stand. It is said that from every
place there is an unobstructed view,
of the entire field.
A straightaway track of 760 feet Is
in front of the stands and it is about
33 feet wide. The distance will be
run on the oval which measures 500
meters or about 1640 feet and is about
21 feet wide. Inside the oval there is
ample space to hold all events. The
whole space is level and the track is
made of several layers of cinders.
While the Americans were busy with
the concrete work over 300 Poilus
were engaged in leveling and laying
cinders on the track.
S1 CALIF. TENNIS TEAMr
,WILL MAKE LONG TRIP
PLAY MANY EASTERN COLLEGES
Under the leadership of Stanton P.
Welsh, captain, the team of the Uni-
versity of Southern California, at Los
Angeles, will begin its eastern trip on
April 27. The team will include Paul
V. Greene and its schedule will be ar-
ranged to include the intercollegiate
championship which will take place
at the Marion Cricket Club in Phila-
delphia the week of June 26. The
SoutherntCalifornians are the first of
the Pacific Coast contingent to an-
nounce their schedules and it is one
of the most ambitious to be under-
taken by any. intercollegiate' players..
It includes a few open dates which
will probably be filled when the team
is on its way east.
The: schedule follows:
April 27-Univ. of Arizona at Tus-
May 1-Northwestern Univ. at
May 2-Univ. of Chicago at Chi-
May 3-Univ. of Wisconsin at Madi-
May 4-Campion College at Prairie
du Chien, Wis.
May 12-Georgetewn Univ. at Wash-
ington, D. C.
May 15th--Lehigh Univ. at Bethle-
May 16-Swarthmore Univ. at
May 20-Columbia Univ. at New
York, N. Y.
May 22-Princeton Univ. at Prince-
ton, N. J.
May 27-Phil. Collge of Osteo-
pathy at Philadelphia, Pa.
May 29-Williams College at Wil-
May 30-Hamilton College at Clin-
ton, N. Y.
June 1--.Mass. Tech, as loston,r
June 4--Boston Univ. at Boston,
June 7--Colgate Univ. at Hamilton,
June 8-Syracuse Univ. at Syracuse,
June 10-Open. -
June 12--Alfred univ. at Alfred,
June 16-Dartmouth Cellege at
Hanover, N. H.
June 17-Amherst College at Am-
June 24-Binghamton Tennis Club
at Binghamton, N. Y.
June 26-Intercollgate Matches at
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sored by Thomas Mott Osborne, well-
known penqlogist and lecturer, have
been received here and are being dis-
tributed at Lane hall and the, Unitar-
The cards have been requested by
a number of people who have become
interested In the work of the prison
reformer since his recent visit here.
The work of the committee is the
sponsoring of the complete publicity
of the conditions in the many prisons
in the cbuntry and the advocation of
better conditions. The committee is-
sues a publication which is acknowl-
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in its information concerning prisons
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