In its impressive ale is decidedly strenuous and manly, and withal dignified and reserved.
It forms a commanding centre to an athletic grounds which has been subdivided with clas-
sical precision. The whole forms a unit of centralization, comparable in scope with some of the
monumental centres of ancient Rome. The twelve tennis courts in the rear are but incidents, and
take their places naturally in the plan. But closer study will reveal even the guard-nets and