Memorial Stadium is the current home of Indiana State University football in Terre Haute, Indiana, USA. Constructed in 1923–1924 by the City of Terre Haute to seat approximately 16,000 people, the facility's initial primary use was as the home of the Terre Haute Baseball Club, a.k.a. the Terre Haute Tots, a minor league team in the Three-I League; a Class B team. Class B is the equivalent of today's Class A baseball. The stadium was officially dedicated on May 4, 1925 and was universally hailed as the nation's finest minor league baseball stadium. Baseball commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis was present to throw out the first pitch of the season opening game between Terre Haute and the Peoria Tractors. The stadium and its grounds also were used for semi-pro, high school and college football and baseball, professional boxing, circuses, fireworks exhibitions, ice skating and miscellaneous conventions and other events.