Why Hinkle Fieldhouse Was Made for March

When the barely completed Butler Fieldhouse doors swung open on March 7, 1928, it was a bold declaration that the game of basketball mattered, and that it mattered in Indiana more than anywhere else. Six stories high and more than 2 acres under roof, the fieldhouse was designed to hold nearly 15,000 basketball crazed fans.Continue reading “Why Hinkle Fieldhouse Was Made for March”