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SPECIAL ROLLERLAND SfetingRink As Distinct As Theater Movie Staf Will Be ' Hostess at Qpen- ' Roller skaters, for ths first time In the histsry of the East-bay dlstriot, are now to enjoy a rink designed and Constructed "exclusively for their us In Rol-lerland which open Its doors tomorrow evening for the first time. ' , , Carol Lincoln, outstanding; Baby Wampus nvovio star for the 1929-80 season, will be hostess at the opening, arriving by plane fr6m Los Angeles tomor? 'row morning. 'Rollerland Is located In Telegraph-avenue at tSth street and Is under the management of G. L. Small. . The new rink caters In every way to the -comfort of both, skaters and spectators; according to Small. Great- care has been given to ths finish of ths skating surfaces, and the appointments and fixtures are beautiful In ths extreme. A new system of lighting permitting the use of colored lights is one of the features, while the walls have been acoustically treated so that there will be a minimum of nolaa and reverberation from th skate, Sixty-eight thousand o u h I o feet of air ar sent through ths building every minute through a new and modern system of ventilation. . ' - ' An attractive lobbyw1th, tables and rest chairs is provided, and a balcony for. spectators hat been equipped with scores of comfortable chairs. Small said. The Wall of ths building are finished in California tapestry stucco and furnish a' warm and colorful effect, A clubropm for women visitors has been provided and accommodations ar- I- IN PERSON ' I! ' ' ROLLERLAND . 55th and Telegraph Avenue 1 ' attends tomorrow mght. "EQUAL TO ANY. THING I'VE SEEN ANYWHERE SUPERIOR TO HOST' Here ls Sketch ofiNew Sketch of new Rollerjand Skating Rink wfiith bp em tomorrow gtapfa avenue. -- ranged for .mothers who com with small children. ... A modern coffee shoti Is on of the conveniences turnlshed. 'Preparatory to designing ths building, we made a survey of -the featunrs the finest rinks in ths Mlted States and hav embodied ths features which were found to be ths most ap- : predated by the patrons, In Rollorland,'' explained Small vesterday. "It has been bur ambition to furnish Eastbay skating fans with the finest rink' that could bs built. "It is Interesting to note that roller skating is constantly gaining In popularity, . which is due to the fact thaj: it offers an ideal medium for keeping physically fit. Women have found that by skating they are enabled to keep the figure thin and trim without diets, drugs or arduous exercises. Men have found that It Is one of the best physical conditioners yet devised. The great appeal, of course, is found in the fact that the skating fans enjoy the sport and at the same time find In It tho very exercise they require. - "It will Be heWs to thousands to learn that in Hollywood, where ths pictures demand slim figures, the greatest movie stars, mt 4tv-c j I CARYL LINCOLN Wampus Baby Star ' Season 1929-30 TOMORROW EVENING at the OPENING of - - ' Everybody welcome, everybody come meet one of the most charming personalities on the screen. ; 1 J Miss Lincoln has made a special land to ornciate as nostess at our ppening. Miss Lincoln wishes to personally meet and -greet every skating fan and . spectator wid G6mewa tig program of surprises arranged. ,' Remember Rollerland is one of skating rinks in, the West. That's tke Oplaloa of CARYL LINCOLN both men and women, are constant patrons of skating rinks. Ths exercise also adds an element of poles and grace to the carriage of ths body which Is so necessary in pictures." . A special opening; program has been arranged for this evening and an annual past hat been offered by Small for the oldest skater in the bay district who appears at the rink during the bpening week. Tomorrow night, at special features, will be Rodrlgues and Day, sensational Maters, in a Skit, "Exciting Moments," whils little Barbara Pfaiffer and Dudley Manlove, children radio artists, will do some fancy skating. . In the management of th rink. Small announces that the very highest standards will prevail. "We want this rink to reflect the same atmosphere that you find in a well regulated home," he deolared. "Ws have provided a "beautiful place in which the fans may enjoy themselves and we are determined to make the standards of management so high that fathers and mothers will know their children are In the right environment when they visit ths rink." Rollorland has a frontaga of tripTtb Oak- has been the finest V t!; , t! I - LEAMINGTON t HOTEL . vherej r is staylog evening at Fifty-fifth and Tele- 90 feet en Telegraph Ivenue and a depth of 840 feet, Tho front of the auditorium Is decorated with flaht Stone pilasters and In the center, at a background for the word "Rollerland" is a block of black marble, highly polished. A battery of colored lights will be flashed on the front of . the buildlh evet-v nieht. sMvlh a gay and Inviting effect, email said. R.W. Durant furnished and installed all the ; Plumbing atthdNeW Rollerland Skating Rink ' We extend ,, our best wishes ' for success : ' 1 ' 492 Lftkd Park Ave. Ph. CLtncourt MB B. MORK furnished and installed all tin and thett tnetal tooth ,. in the new . ;, ROLLERLAND Skating Rink 5411 Telegraph SUCCESS TO Oakland's' New Roller Skating ' Rink Eftioy good skate on a REX LAID MAPLE. FLOOR t h REX FLOOR CO. 2489 65th Avthue) SCOTT-BUTTNER ELECTRICAL CO. 19 GRAND furnished and Supervised all electrical material and construction at the Roller-land RINK, including lights, fixtures, lighting effects, fire alarm and annunciators. . - 'Our Best Wishes for Success H; i CHRISTENSEN General Contractor and.Buildet of the ROLLERLAND ::' SKATING-RINK wish the management tinbanv.ded success - t T f T- ; - T . ! RAGE NEPHI ACOUSTiq PLASTER . Uei on ceiling, to aisiit ound" quieting RolIerlanA Nephi Plaster & Mfg. Co. Far rte saeelal lafetw asktlaa write or wlr W. E. BEAR co Atrents . , 749 Bryant 6t Saa Francisco BaaBBMaaBaaffluBBaaaaaBwsPJL The entire HARDWARE la th hew Rollerland ' Skating Riak . - " jNfnlshed ht 1 Washington, 13th, 14th St.. Re-inforcirig Steel y for th ROLLERLAND Furnished and Installed by McGRATH STEEL CO. 354 HOB ART ST, ' CL ancowl 740O Every Day in DaklanD Ctlbum ROLLERLAND Phon, ?R inidad SSS2 A lo at

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  1. Oakland Tribune,
  2. 27 Feb 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 21

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