100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 30, 1933 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1933-06-30

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

his home in Detroit, and Joe Bathe,t
State hand ball champion for the
last two years. Hoppe was intro-
duced as the guest of honor at last
night's dinner.
Plans drawn by George D. Mason,
architect, call for a large public din-
ning room and a Trans-Lux motion
picture theatre on the first floor,
with the other floors devoted to 35
rail and pocket billiard tables, 14
bowling alleys, seven hand ball
courts, seven squash courts, a gym-
nasium for men and women and a
solarium on the roof.
What he termed the "blackboard
roorn," charting the latest news of
the sport world, will be one of the
features of the building, Huston
said.
Most of the building's facilities,

Huston said, will be for public pa-
tronage, but that part devoted to
hand ball and squash will be oper-
ated on a club basis, the organiza-'
tion sponsoring it to be known as
the Campus Club.
Besides Hoppe, who spoke of a
friendship with Huston that began
40 years ago in Ann Arbor when
Hoppe, then 17, played in the Huston
Brothers' billiard parlors. The speak-
ers were Postmaster Roscoe B. Hus-
ton, Harry Kipke, head football
coach at the University of Michigan;
Doug Roby and Jack Blott, former
Michigan football stars; Harry Heil-
mann, former Tiger outfielder; Fred
Matthaei, president of the "M" Club;
Vic Tomlinson, D. A. C. athletic di-
rector; Judge Guy A. Miller, a Mich-
igan alumnus; Judge Joseph A.
Moynihan, U. of D. graduate; Rep.
William M. Donnelly, Robert H.
Clancy, E. A. Batchelor, Harry Ben-
nett and J. Fred Lawton.
James M. O'Dea was toastmaster.

Outdoor Bowl Crowded
For Communimly Progem
DRUMRIGHT, Okila.. June 29. - 0)
-From an attraction which origirtl-
ly drew but 100 persons, cmmu ntiy
programs in a natural amphiheatre
near Drumright have increased in
popularity in three years until they
now crowd the 4,000 seats in the
bowl.
"Standing room only" has become
the rule at the entertainments, which
are sponsored by the chamber of
commerce.
All funds and labor for enlarging
the amphitheatre, and all talent for
the programs, have been donated.
BAREHEAD FAD REACHES SPAIN
MADRID, June 29.-(1P)-The in-
creasing barehead vogue in Spain
has thrown 50,000 men out of work,
the hatters' union announced in
launching a campaign to persuade
the public to return to headgear.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BlJLLETIN

(UonuLnue1 from Page :)
swimnming suit and tmvel. Telepho
your reservation to 23251. If y
wish transportation meet. at, Non
University entrance to the Michi,:i
League at 5:45.
lichigan Repertory Players: The
last two purformanecs of Fr nw
Molnar's "The Play's the Thing" l
be presented' in the Lydia Men'c,
ssohn Theatre tonight and tomn. -
row night.
THE FIIFTH AVENUE
COSMA'"TIC SHOP
Sk-xuiAnalysis
Free Facial ldac-ups - Advice Givtu
:i30 SOUTi I STATE STREET

I

h~~~~~~~~~~~t :---..-.-- .____________-

For t
-.It would
s a sail,
' -- -the watt
pared to
call for
and acc
:..
IL4
r4X 1 J'"4Kt

he 4th
ln't be the 4th
Sswim, a dip,
sunning near
er. We are ire-
0 meet the big
bathing suits
essories.

-If you're going places or just staying at home-
you'll want these cool and charming
Srnrr ks

ti"
:"

r

ONE-PIECE FROCKS - FOR EVERY OCCASION-

SI-EERS
beautifully made, with
touches of hand-f agotting
embroideries-
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SIZES
$1V5&0z$b".75
Neat prints - perk y plaids -
co'niras/ing -triinnigs- /
SHEERS KEEP YOU LOOKING
COOL, SMART, AND YOUNG

I

F

Women and Misses
Cottons travel without mussing.C
on hot days. Cottons look crisp, mak
launder with no doubts, play a goo
-~1. ~*sports, hold all eyes on the sidelines, d
a bit of fluff-

SPECIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY

Sumnier's Newest and Smartest

IF

Swagger Sults &Coats

-beautfiul basket and di
agonal weave woolens-
jaunty pockets- set-in
shoulder- all with a
definite youthfulness

A Only

$

T~roveIt 'scA

ottons are cool
e you feel good,
d game at any
ance as airily as

AT OUR FAMOUS
ANNEX THRIFTY PRICES

SI1695 & $2,95

Ii

II

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan