GAMBLE FIELD was an outdoor sports stadium in the western United
States , located on the campus of the University of Colorado in
Boulder . It was the predecessor of
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Opened 117 years ago in 1901 on September 21, it was built via the efforts of CU student body. The field was named after Judge Harry P. Gamble, a six time (1891–96) football letterman and two-time captain.
Gamble served multiple types of events, including university football , baseball , track and field, as well as rallies and other events. The field was surrounded by a quarter-mile track, with baseball played with some adjustments to the field and rules specific to Gamble Field. The complex was surrounded by a wooden wall.
The last football game at Gamble was a 31–0 win on October 4, 1924,
with the team moving to the larger Colorado
University Memorial Center is now located on the site.
* ^ A B C D E F G H Collins, David (2016-09-09). "CU\'s Stadiums,
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