James M. Hare, Bowen Field House Dedicatory Address, 1955
James Hare was Michigan Secretary of State from 1955-1970. In this address at the dedication of the new Field House, hare recalls his days playing various sports for Wayne State University in Detroit. Michigan Normal College, he says, was always dear to his heart, and he enjoyed his time competing here because of the lively school spirit. Hare also declares Bowen Field House to be a symbol of the direction the United States must take in the wake of World War II - that of active participant and not spectator.
Michigan State Normal College, specialization, physical education, Wayne State, college athletics
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Hare, James, "James M. Hare, Bowen Field House Dedicatory Address, 1955" (1955). Speeches. 26.