Bronson's Day

Bronson's Day will take place Thursday, May 8, 2014.

In the 1950s there was an Internist who admitted his patients to UH by the name of Bronson; he got the idea of taking all the Medicine interns to the Cleveland Indians home opener. This was a prominent game - the Indians played in the old stadium that attracted nearly 70,000 people. A new tradition was officially started in the 1950s when all the interns got the day off to go to the Indians home opener - and later this became known as Bronson's day.

In the late 1990s the Indians moved to a smaller stadium, their enthusiastic performance attracted big crowds, which made it challenging to obtain 60 tickets in a block to the home opener. Since then Bronson's day was celebrated by going to the Indians game in May.

 

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