THE 1916 baseball season augurs well for St. Ambrose. Although
O'Connor, Wehr and Shields were the only letter men to answer
the first summons, the daily workouts soon disclosed the fact
that the squad contained some very promising…
A GOOD indication of the present interest of St. Ambrose students
in athletics is the appearance each afternoon directly following
class of twenty-five or thirty young fellows in regulation running costumes. The cinder track is a busy place…
The New Gymnasium
DURING the fall term of 1916 the College will come into the use of
its new gymnasium, which in its possibilities for action, the
arrangement and equipment of its rooms, and floor spaces will
for long years meet every need of the…
The Junior Coach
BELIEVER in clean sport and
an enthusiastic sportsman.
That is Father Adrian.
Clean, hard playing, is the
one thing, above all others,
that the Junior coach insists upon.
He has instilled into his small charges
the chief virtue of…
St. Ambrose takes pride in its Junior athletes. And by Junior athletes is not
meant that class which has entered upon the third year of its course of study, but
the younger fellows, the boys who are not yet quite large, or powerful,…