May 17, 1987 |
Some cities are blessed with seashore splendor or majestic mountains. Others have glitz and glamour. This one has something else. Call it Hoosier chutzpah. Consider: This city built a stadium before it had pro football, a world-class swimming complex when the nearest team was 60 miles away. And it lured a rowing association, even though there's no navigable river. Nervy, yes. Nutty, no.