Modeled a solution in my CAD software. Here are some shaded views:
Just for completeness, here are the drawing views that this part produces:
Just to clarify, the other solutions posted suggested this part as a solution:
However, notice the extra lines in the produced drawing. These lines would also appear in the "table with a hole in the middle" solution, so these are not correct.
EDIT: I trashed my crappy picture to ask a question instead. I don't know if anyone else will benefit from it, but I would like to learn personally.
In the picture below, if there was a hole through the center of the shape, the hidden lines would have to be show like this? I very well could be incorrect in my statement.
To my understanding @dberm22 and @alexmc pictures would have to be drawn like this because the lines making the hole are hidden behind the wall, which is not the original side view.
Please correct if I'm wrong and give a little explanation so I can screw my heads on right! -Thanks
Another thought was (Maybe this can help someone) if you look really close at the side view, you'll notice the inside of both the "legs" have a little extra line to them. I don't know if that's a mess up on the picture or if it has significant value to the solution!!
Picture a cube. Remove a square cylendar from the middle so it looks like the top view. Now pass it through a half circle, or similar curve, cutting away much of the cube. The key is that the sides need to be cut down enough so that the center gap is showing like in the second picture.
From the front, it will look like a half circle. From the top, still looks like a square donut. And from the side, a U.
Sorry, I don't have any drawing tools at my disposal.