The tennis courts for Butler University used to sit on the southwest corner of University and Ohmer Avenues. In this shot, taken in 1924, a member of the team prepares to return a serve. He is facing north. Near him, you can see 5317-19 University Avenue. That home is still standing. Across the street, however, like a ghostly image, you can see the former home that used to sit on the northeast corner of University and Ohmer Avenues. (5326 University Avenue) It has been missing for at least sixty years. The Disciples of Christ purchased the corner and removed the house to add a wing on to the College Board of Missions sometime in the 1950s. The house appears to have been a large Queen-Anne styled home. More research is needed to determine who dwelled in it. Pictured in this photo is Julius Sagalowsky, who was the star player for the team in 1924.