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October 15, 1933 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1933-10-15

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THE MItCHIGAN DAILY

Union Inaugurates
All-Campus Bowling
An attempt is being made by the
Michigan Union to organize a bowl-
ing league for the fall and winter.
If present plans materialize, there
will be two leagues of eight teams
each, competing every Tuesday and
Wednesday night for the prizes
which are offered. At the end of
each week, the winning team will be
awarded the "pool" and the highest

individual scorer will receive same
award.
At the present time, the Union,
University Business Office, Building
and Grounds, Kiwanis, Exchange,
Pendorfs, and Wigwams have all en-.
tered teams. Union sponsors are
also trying to enter teams from the
Lions, University Club, Chemistry
stores, and an outfit composed 'of
coaches and heads of the Intramural
department.
Faculty and students interested
are invited to form teams and enter
the league.

Officers Find 'Kidnaped'
Man Was With Friends
The man-hunt for eight heavily
armed men reported to have kidnapedj
Frank Pennisi, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
from a farm near Milan, was aban-
doned shortly after 2 a. m. yesterday
when officers learned that Pennisi left
willingly. The eight men were Ital-
ian friends who after speaking to
Pennisi drove away with him.

SHARP PROMOTED
Alton B. Sharp, a graduate of the
University, was recently appointed to
the position of president of the East-
ern Steamship Lines, Inc., .,by the
board of directors of the company. He
will assume his new duties at once.
Mr. Sharp has been identified with
the Eastern Lines since 1928, in con-
nection with the business activities,
and, then, in the capacity of comp-
troller. Before affiliating with the
steamship company, he held a post
on the United States Shipping Board
Merchant Fleet Corporation.

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Odd coats and slacks are the smart thing for fall but
don't allow them tq get out of shape. Tweeds and
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SPORTS WEAR is decidedly "mannish" and
'rough," but its brilliant appearance and correct cut
are dependent upon good Cleaning and Pressing ..
The same standard of correct Cleaning and Press-
ing is essential in keeping your dress for every occasion
-"perfect." With the approach of formal parties it
should be remembered that Greene's will treat your
formal wear with a delicate care and a thoroughness
of process.

Collegians love to go bare-headed, but due to the
usual series of colds and cold weather they are begin-
ning to don their "chapeaux." Be sure and have yours
in presentable appearance. We have a special depart-
ment for processing hats that will assure you of having
your hat made practically new.
"No Matter The Color Of The Article
GREENE Is Best For Cleaning and Pressing

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