Excerpt from The Creighton Chronicle, Vol. 14: October, 1922
It is hoped that, in the interval between the end of the foot ball season and the beginning of the holidays, the weather will be pleasant enough for indoor, either inter-departmental or inter class. If weather is not propitious, the games will very likely be provided for in the gymnasium itself.
Basketball is the main provision for the wintry months, from January 1 to March or even April. Then, in March, several activities come into full swing. Three tournaments will have their successive innings between March and the end of the school year. The pool tournament and the bowling tournament will very likely run simultaneously, starting 1n March, and the billiard tournament will dove-tail into both pool and billiards.
Then, when winter has its final break and gentler winds sweep Creighton Field, a serles of inter-class and inter-depart mental track events are to be run. And all the while, the track varsity will be training for extra meets for 1923.
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