In the 1925 College Catalogue "Hygiene and Physical Training" was listed as a Department of Instruction. Instruction consisted of Anatomy and Physiology, an elementary course without laboratory work, and Hygiene, both required of all freshmen. Anatomy and Physiology studied the human mechanism. Hygiene covered three areas: (1) Personal Hygiene, including rest and sleep, feeding, drugs, alcohol and tobacco, prevention of colds, care of colds, bathing, clothing, muscular exercise, general and corrective work; (2) Domestic Hygiene, and Sanitation; (3) Public Hygiene and Sanitation, including ventilation, water supply, drainage, plumbing, communicable diseases, diseases communicated by insects, and public protection of the public health.
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Main entrance to the Old Gym viewed from the west.