The first race track in the area was built on the Leavitt farm, sporting a large grandstand for spectators.
It had a large uncovered grandstand, which was exposed to the elements.
In 1938 a large permanent grandstand was erected on the northern side of the courts.
The athletic offices of the university were also moved into the new center behind the larger eastern grandstand.
The track is flanked by two large grandstands to the east and west that run the length of the 100-meter front and back stretches.
A large grandstand was constructed for the event, together with a row of sheds to accommodate the aircraft.
The stadium has one large grandstand on the West side of the field.
The large grandstand held twelve hundred people, among them hundreds of ladies.
A large grandstand decorated with blue and gold was being erected around an area of amazingly lush green grass.
The stand was completely replaced by a newer and larger grandstand.