Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 23, 1980, Section D, Page 14, Image 103

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    sport facilities
Recreation enthusiasts can choose
from a wide range of facilities to
satisfy their need for sporting fun.
Facilities in Eugene and at the
University provide a place for
health-conscious residents to
exercise and opportunities to play.
Basketball courts
ON CAMPUS
Esslinger Hall
Indoor. Full-size courts.
Open for student, faculty and staff
use.
P.E. classes have priority.
Fall term schedule available at
Intramural Office, 103 Gerlinger Hall.
Gerlinger Annex
Indoor. Full-size courts.
Open for student, faculty and staff
use
P.E. classes have priority
Fall term schedule available at
Intramural Office.
15th Avenue and Moss Street
Outdoor. Full-size courts.
Asphalt surface.
Open for public use
P.E. classes and workshops have
priority.
OFF CAMPUS
Acorn Parte
15th Avenue and Buck Street
Asphalt surface.
Country Lane Park
2975 Country Lane
Asphalt surface.
Grant Street Park
10th Avenue and Grant Street
Asphalt surface.
Potter Street Park
3300 University St.
Asphalt surface.
South Amazon Park
Between 36th and 38th Avenue on
Hilyard Street.
Asphalt surface.
University Park
24th Avenue and University Street.
Asphalt surface.
Washington/Jefferson Bridge Park
Between Washington and Jefferson
Streets on 6th Avenue.
Cement surface.
Fields and parks
ON CAMPUS
Intramural field
West of Hayward Field on a 15th
Avenue.
Open for student, faculty and staff
use
Scheduled P.E. classes and
intramural events have priority.
Gerlinger field
South of Gerlinger Hall along
University Street.
Open for student, faculty and staff
use
Scheduled P.E. classes and
intramural events have priority.
East field
Between Pioneer Cemetary and
Education buildings.
Open for student, faculty and staff
use.
Scheduled activities have priority.
OFF CAMPUS
Acorn Park
15th Avenue and Buck Street.
Alton Baker Park
Across from the University along the
Willamette river.
Amazon Park
27th Avenue and Hilyard Street.
Armitage Park
North end of Eugene along Coburg
Road.
Country Lane Park
2975 Country Lane
Day Island Park
Glenwood, along the Willamette
River.
Grant Street Park
Corner of 10th Avenue and Grant
Street.
Hendricks Park
East of the University along 15th
Avenue
Potter Street Park
3300 University St.
Skinner’s Butte Park
Along the Willamette River.
Access at Pearl Street or along bike
paths.
South Amazon Park
Between 36th and 38th Avenues on
Hilyard Street.
R ACQUETBALL AND HANDBALL
ON CAMPUS
Essllnger Hall
Courts open hourly.
Open to students, faculty and staff.
Have University I D. card available
P.E. classes have priority.
15th Avenue Courts
Below covered tennis courts along
15th Avenue.
Courts open hourly.
Open to students, faculty and staff.
Have University I D. card available
P.E. classes have priority.
Swimming pools
ON CAMPUS
Gerlinger Pool
Gerlinger Hall
Open to students, faculty and staff
during scheduled free swim hours.
Schedule available at the Intramural
Office, 103 Gerlinger.
Leighton Pool
Next to Esslinger along 15th Avenue
Open to students, faculty and staff
during scheduled free swim hours.
Schedule available at the Intramural
Office, 103 Gerlinger.
OFF CAMPUS
Echo Hollow Pool
1655 Echo Hollow Road
Lap swimming: Mon., Tues., Thur.,
Fri. 6:30-8 a m.; Wed. 7-8 a m.;
Mon.-Fri. 11 a m.-noon and 5-6:30
p.m.; Sat. and Sun. 1-2 p.m.
Recreational swimming: Mon.-Fri.
6:30-8 p.m.; Sat. and Sun. 2-4 p.m.
Jefferson Memorial Pool
16th Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Lap swimming: Mon., Wed., Thur.,
Fri. 6:30-8 a m.; Tues. 7-8 a m.;
Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and
5-6:30 p.m.; Sat. and Sun 12:30-2
p.m.
Recreational swimming: Mon., Tues.,
Thur., Fri 6:30-8 p.m.; Sat. and Sun.
2-3:30 p.m.
Sheldon Meadow Pool
2445 Willakenzie Rd.
Lap swimming: Mon.-Fri. 11:40
a m.-12:40 p.m.; Mon.-Thur. 8-9 p.m.;
Sat. 1-2:30 p.m., closed Sunday.
Recreational swimming: Mon.-Thur.
7-8 p.m.; Sat. 2:30-4 p.m.
TENNIS COURTS
ON CAMPUS
15th Avenue Courts
Open to students, faculty and staff.
P.E. classes and intercollegiate
athletics have priority.
Resurfaced over the summer.
No lights.
Alder Street Courts
15th Avenue and Alder Street.
Open to students, faculty and staff.
P.E. classes have priority.
No Lights.
Covered Courts
East of Esslinger Hall along 15th Ave.
Open to students, faculty and staff.
P.E. classes have priority.
Lighted
UNIVERSITY OF
OREGON Y.M.C.A.
The staff of the University of Oregon Y.M.C.A. WELCOMES ALL
STUDENTS and INVITES you to stop by our office and get involved in some
very unique, exciting and personally satisfying activities.
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Recognizing the personal and educational value of volunteer experiences,
the Y.M.C.A. provides a variety of opportunities for students to use your skills
to make an important contribution to YOUTH, THE COMMUNITY AND
YOURSELF....
BIG BROTHER/SISTER—An opportunity to be a friend to a youngster who
needs the values that come from a relationship with an adult.
Y.B.A. — be a coach/ass’t coach for a group of 3rd-5th grade youngsters who
are just starting to learn the basics.
YOUTH CONFERENCE — needs students to act as advisors for a group of high
school youth attending a regional conference in November in Santa Cruz,
California.
YOUTH & GOVT. - needs students to act as advisors for high school youth
involved in a program that actively involves them in state government.
LATCH KEY — needs students to work with grade school youngsters in an
after school program in the areas of arts/crafts, drama, educational activities,
values, educations, etc.
CAMPING - needs students to lead or to act as counselors for a variety of
camping experiences...backpacking, rafting, caravans, international trips, etc.
AQUATICS/FITNESS/MOVEMENT EDUCA. - a variety of
opportunities available to students with skills in these areas or
who desire practical experience.
L.
—■.^
DON’T JUST BE A SPECTATOR.
BECOME INVOLVED.
BE A Y.M.C.A. VOLUNTEER.
CAMPUS OPPORTUNITIES
STUDENT CABINET — The “Y” is looking for students who
are interested in getting involved in campus activities to be
members of the Student Cabinet. The goals of the Cabinet are
to identify student needs on campus and work together to
organize activities to meet those needs.
SPECIAL INTEREST — If you have a special interest and
nothing is available for you on campus, stop by the Y.M.C.A.
We are always willing to consider the possibility of getting
new programs started.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON Y.M.C.A. - SUITE 5, ERB MEMORIAL UNION - 686-4431
STAFF-BRUCE SHAW, EXEC DIRECTOR
-WAYNE CLEMETSON & KAREN KJELDGAARD, PROGRAM DIRECTORS.