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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

.zx THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE San Awomo Register RIGHT . JUSTICE - PROGRESS YOU CAN T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News VOL. 6—NO. 24 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEITK.MliKIt 25, 193<J_ PRICE FIVE CENTS Santone Schools Enroll 3,039 in First Few Days City Schools Have 2,626; Catholics Show 413 expect more AdditionsAnticipated Throughout Next Several Weeks Gets Texas Post Off to a week-late, but flying start, Sin Antonio public schools threw open their doors, this week, with a total of 2.626 pupils having registered by the beginning of the school day Wednesday morning (Wednesday's registrations arc in- cluded in the ease of Booker T. Washington elementary school, boosting the school's Tuesday fig- ures by fifteen). The three Catholic schools with n total of 41 n enrolled, swell tho total city enrollment to 3,039. InTestigations disclosed the en- rollments at Douglass Junior and Phlilis Wheatley senior schools to be less than at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

IV. UK TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER I'KIIMV, SEPTEMBER 25, J93G x TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS j Harlingen News | KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, GETS $700,000 HIGH SCHOOL BUILDINt Mi. Zion Baptwt poatpou-d uu account weather. Mrs. L. J. lesse, Jr., returi lloiiMon Friday. Mrs. T u, Rafel, left for iy, where Rafel will 11 w rvi 'hurch w s hor 1 Corpus Christi | K1KST (KM.IiKli VTIOVM I HKI"TIAN tHlKtli WiiiiH'l)!K(i i ":i-«' Mm pure (in .1. Maj Held, I'astni 1st CorintHi: Like Men. I Mayfleld H iiunuai- rs&zZr- r* Li > -t _ 2 Lhri-t. Mi^ Maggie with the church feu (onuuuniit Ll;«<l(iUn united at the Tuornlnz r "rum Open >enunar First Congre- d w nual Second eniniar Cuero News ! ? « w — Correction: In Ifist week's Issue It was stated that Miss Lucy Mae Davis plan* to leave 'Ms week for Austin, ete. The statement should have read, Mlw Lucy Mae Lewis, #tc. Miss Pauline Harmon left the city last week for Marshall. Texas, to enter Wiley College. Miss Au- drey Mae White is attending ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

FRIDAY, SKl'TJSMUKK 2!>, HWtt SAN AN'TOSIO RKOISTER PAGE THKEiS- Wiley Meets its "Jinx"-- Langston--in League Curtain-Raiser, Oct. 2 By IKE BARNES ["YIARSHALI., Texas—The Wiley Wildcats open their cotifcr- >1 ence season with an important game tackling the Lang- | iston Lions here on Friday night, October 2, as the feature at- traction at the Central East Texas Fair. L-st fall the Wildcats knd the Oklahomans battled to a 0 0 draw in Langston and jtthis year, with both teams apparently stronger, a hectic bat- fS|RrOfRrTfS : ■" life I i ^ i—* tie is sure to result. ft* World SPO RTS By F. M. DAVIS ' (For The A««orlu;ed Negio Preis) THEY'LL DOT TIIE NATION'S (iRII)lllONS CHICAGO.—This is the week when college football swings into action throughout the nation. The eyes of Duskymerica will be foc- used on Iowa University where Oze Simmons, the Hula-hippeil Hawkeye Hog-Hide Handler, will be making his nuprome and final (ihl for All-American recognition, and where three or four more ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

1'AUB UVUll fiAM ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, BBPTBMBKR 23, ]| SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress fxtblibbkd FBIDAf OF BACH WIW l-'I t. TI1E REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY office 307 xoirrn centre sthket I FUONS CATIIUDBAL 17SI . . P O. BOI 73 SAN ANTONIO. TKXAS Bntered fc, iecond-claw matter May k. 19JI, at th. Post Office at S*n Aatoiilo, Ttxas, under Act ot March S. 1879. Advertising rates furnished on request. Subscription rates: 1 year. 12.uu; C months. It.25; single copy, 6c. NATIONAL aOVtnnSlNO ripbtsentativm w. i. Ztrr co, chicago. new york. los anueles. bochf.tch, kansas city ano 1acos. oo'-o coast. africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER . JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD- 0. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES a B. JONES J. W. HOLLAND .President -Secretary Managing Editor —Advertising Manager Circulation -Contributing Editor all news hatter shoulo ee in 3ur otfice by tuesday noon to appear in eurhent issue. news matter must be plainly written ano on only one So" of copy she...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

FRIDAY, SEl'TKMliKK ZO, mB fiAff ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE flVB & * -rr IN THE SHADOW Or THE STARS By Abbe' lOallace ifaoNCttr HrwraiiSTOM TUe Awpicw Swoe Mo* ley thinks the zero hour hAS come when Jarvis will go ovrr the top u.h far ns Wiley In concerned. Saturday night's setlo ought to prove rather interesting under the conditions. The Wildcat machine is being whipped into pliape not only in preparation for Jarvis, but for the number oC tough gainos on the schedule which will follow In rap- id succession. Coach Long makes no prediction, hut eutertains the hope of equal- ing, if not surpassing, the undefeat- ed last year's record of the Cats again this season. While battling for the confer- ence peuuanr, all teams and coaches will have an eye cut for the Chocolate Bowl game to be played at Houston the third Sat- urday in Deceml er between the winners of the Southwestern Con- ference and the champions of oue of the other Negro conferences. NOTE:—Your question will be answered FKEE i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

M nu« mAm oun AH iv/inu iiuuiuim* FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1*30 - -x.: 0 C II ♦©♦ V Alamo City c •«*#* Activities IL U IB Ladies Auxiliary, P. P. B. A. of A. Tlic club met in ttie lovely homo of Mr and Mrs. George lfainey, 1 j;„i Aransas Avenue, September it. After a short business session, plans fur tt musical program were ui Tusswl, the same to be held in the Iioin of Mr. ami Mrs, S. \V. Walk- r. ."U Virginia Boulevard. A ili-lliious repast was served. \ -t meeting will be with Mr< E- olla .Smith, 1730 Nolan Street. Melrose Social Club The club met at the home of '1 - WVnonnh Canada. 113 Kuiz •Street. Meeting was Called to or- der by the president. After a bn^rthy business Mess.on the meet* iiu' a Ijournetl. The rost of the e\ ning was spent in dancing. A i>i . luiuh wa> served. Auioug t!.« stucms w.-re Mi -sis. AlU-rt and Kai Cook of Houston and O'Xenl AVri-nn of Boerne. Miss Nellie V. t...rne v.-.11 },.■ the v, -\i hostess. Lydia Circle Number 4 « n September 13, the Circl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

1 ■ J FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 193G ,5AN ANTONIO KKUISTEB PAGE SEVEN alamo city briefs pettclive'a Brother, Wife Visit Sergeant and Mrs. Percy Brack- (i of 4'ort Htw-htMia, Arizona, vacationing in tlie cily for ten toys in the Il0Ine ot lUelr broincr ol ter-ln-law, Detective an I I,, Brackens, 207 Kzell Fort Worth Visitor Mrs. Iteulah Bragg, Fort Worth, tins U'cii visiting in the city for several weeks, the guest of her sis- ter, Mrs. J. II. Bragg. an 1 Jlrs. i>. Street. sergeant Brackens is a member 'u the 25th United States In- fantry, having enlisted ten years of„. Leaving San Antonio the con- ■ pV will visit with relatives anJ ifivnils in Houston and ISeitUMOttf, jesas. before returning to Arizona, North Carolinian Oeparts M; Anthony Harris, Warrenton, v;. Ih Carolina, departed. Thurs- day for ''is home in Carolina, ,fier a very delightful three days' Vi it in Pan Antonio, the guest of Mi-. Cicero Long, 314 North Colo- rado Street. After spending a few day.< in his home town,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 September 1936

k V~ - v. «*>■*"... PAGE ET(jDV SAN ANTONIO REGISTER •vnrrr PI3XIER *► tXTOMfl 'a PioMifR tlouk Eve's EpiGrATOS | Speaks at Geneva Yo<j ton J®!? le«d o *f Oeri to the oLtesj l/ot yoo cent cooke hio stey nor^riecL CHURCH NEWS MT. 0I.1VK B\PTIST (lURfll Mission * wing cir- It. M<1>< ci. After Mill M : A. and EVANS, James, died at -01 West c Grayson Street, Wednesday morning, September 113. Fun- eral arrangements incomplete. Collins Funeral Home in j charge. MT I'LE V> \NT BAPTIST nil Kill R<\. 1.. E. Brown, Pastor Hi at ...1 I >w« ev. J r ie subjec N.vd < L< "We Ar a Light" and ,1 from Where lion pa*t Broken impaign Set 21, Inti W. <t EDWARD E. STRONG By The Associated A egro Press G K N1 * VA, S w i t ze rl a nd.—Ropre- senti.Mg the National Negro Con- | gross, Edward E. Strong, Chicago f sot youth attending tlie World Youth Congress, won signal distinction last week when he was the first American Negro to address an an- j Scribe- FRIDAV, SEPTEMBER 25...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

Register's Cooking School, October 28,29,30 THIS FIRM A MEMBER TUB SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE S AN STER RIGHT - JUSTICE ROGRESS YOU CAN T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News It 2, 1036 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY OL. 6—NUMBER 25 PRICE FIVE CENTS Vocational Meet At Wheatley Hi Saturday, Oct. 3 In Denver System S. A. Public School Officials Speak On Program EXPECT 200 City First to Adopt Industrial Training As Subject SATURDAY, October 3, the second of a series of dis- trict vocational conferences of industrial instructors will be held at Phillis Wheatley High School, corner of North Giv- ers and Harrison Streets. The initial district meeting "eta in Austin, Saturday, September IB as the result of a call issued by Ray L. Martin. State Director of Trades and Industrial Educa- Thlfl meeting Is of particularly unusual interest to San Antonio, a« It was tbc San Antonio public schools that Bret adopted, and In- augurated, in tbc state of Texas, industrial training a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

M:E TWO SAN AiMl'UNlU KtiUISTElt X''K1DAY, OCTOBER 2, ififO TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS | n. Moscly ire cl.i 1 lie Is doing fine) „ /~«i • . • I nt this writing. Mrs. Bessie Mc- vjOrpllS VjliriStl j returned home Sunday from ... _ ' San Antonio. FIRST C ON KEG ATI ON.XI/. CHRISTIAN ( 111 Ki ll Cor. Winnebago and Waco Sis. Rev. Spurs: on J. Mawield, Pastor dG v«l- 1 chartr The Reveren 1 Mayfleld filled his pulpit at ln th service*, Sunday, .MepU'Uilw'r _ \ "The Alan of the Hour", was the subject used at the morning hour, based on John 12:10. "I/o, the World Has Gone After Him." Tin Rev. Mayfleld said, in part: "Wheu the Pharisees said this they spoke truly, but the then known world was rather small. The world has grown much larger since then, but the popularity of Jesus Christ has grown with it. Today men in every land are turn- ing t heir thoughts toward the birthday of the Son of Mary. It. ti is as true now as then, that the whole world has gone after Him. He is the Man of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

I , in nniju, i, tWO onN BNIUNIU KKUIS'l'iSK i'AUli THREE Wiley-Prairie View Grid Game Expected to Pull Record Crowd to Dallas By TOMMY MARTIN jY'TARSHALL, Texas.—The Wiley Prairie View game, October 19, is one of great importance in the race for the champ- ionship for the Southwestern Conference. Over a period of years, this game has annually been one of the most evenly con- tested in the Southwest. Beginning in 1921, and playing every yeiir until the present, seven Wiley-Prairis View games have been won by the locals, six times the Panthers have emerged victorious, while two have been scoreless tics.* Prairie View Wiley Year Oze Simmons Off To Flying Starl IS :nrz ihzzzz I J ° 192S « 10 fly Th* A*«oHnfc«1 Prr«« IOWA CITY, la—With his eye get on recognition ngnin as a All Big Ten Conference back, All- American honors, and All-Star team membership next summer jigaiiiftt a professional club, Oze Simmons began his third and fin- al year as ace of the Iowa back- Held by leading his tea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

rv PAGE POUR 6AN ANTONIO SEOISft'K i * ( f * SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress PUBLISHED rtllDlT Ol KtCH U'RKK BI THE REGISTER PUBLISUIXO' COMPANY omci 207 SOUTH CKJiTBI STTiKKT raONS CtTIHtBBAI. 1781 . . p. O. BOX ST3 . SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS ' BRlercd ii sacond-clas, matter May (• 1931. At thl Post Offlct It San Aatonlo. Texas, under Act of March 3. 1879. AJvirtmn* rate* furnished on ••quest. Subscription rates: 1 year. *.0U; t months. $1.18; slnjls copy. So. HSriONAL ADVCffTtSIN* MMISaKCTATIVCfl W. S II" CO— CHICAGO, MSW *OSIt. LOS 4N4SLCS. SOCHSSTES. KANSAS CIT* A NO IAOOS. SOLO COAST. AFftlCA. Prp.il,lent VAI.MO a bellinger JOSFTHINE 0. CRAWFORD- 0. J. ANDREWS __ t A. JAMES — a. a jones — J. w holland Secrcta ry Managing Editor -Adrcrtliltig Manager Circulation SU. NEWS MATTIN SHOULD SE IN OUN OLEICS S* TUESDAY NOON TO APPEAS IN CURRENT issue. NEWS MATTEP MUST BE PLAINLY WRITTEN ANO ON ONLY ONE SIDE OP COPY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONOENIE MAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 193G BAN ANTONIO REGISTER X'AQE FIVE INTHE SHADOW OF THE STARS &/ 4bb&' UJal lace Ibuwom-Mf inAttST Ow TUe Ahehpm 3moc | NOTE:—Your question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOim QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME. BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- Cve cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of TIIE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Box ?72, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. It. W.—I'm looking for you to put mj qnestlon In the column at an oarly date. Is it worthwhile to go through with my plans In re- gards to my mother? Ans: Nothing (hat you could do for your mother would pirate her as much as REPAIRING HER HOME, and It Is the best way that you can help her out. She will let you do this, tat she Is the type that will put her foot down on your giving her clothes, etc....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

PAGE SIX FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 103« 4k, § O C II BAN ANTONIO RECITE It IE T Y * *- A Alamo City Activities ►'ft? ' •£-* WW at n IWs*, Meeting th prt^ii Monday Events Charity Organization THr crctmizauiMi home of Mr* Mas V . «t Laurel S:: eel called to order t'.v After an hour «l>ci>t ' 11 work f"r the nee Iv, the In inhered ll ' lui mbcr- ln.o Iwantiful dining r •!« where llcloun live-course liuuvr « s Fd ill honor of the president \V. M. Cabness. who ma le a talk on her trip to IVrt \Y >rih wlicre pi H'lllO n de- Phort n.iUas and r.otis Mrs. va- 5iini7^itions. Next it 124 MicW .' >hn Mary Elli*. You Actress Announces for New Deal Announcement! always Original Primrose Social Club The club nM nt 1 <>•'>•"> A: >r 1 Brown as host lie u«ual present. Thu The • 1 ■ I ■:< lui -'n JiMirne M HoU<t" the el Afi lay evening villi Mr. E. 1 meeting open-1 with all iu'-ra- r a lengtl.y m< town Merriwe; nests itig we Alamo t'itians who thought tliat summer was here...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

i'UlDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1933 SAN ANTONTO REGISTER alamo city briefs ACE SALESMAN Mr. Jones Visits Mr. T. J. Jones of Beanniont, Texas, the father of Mr. 8. B Jones of the circulation depart- ment of San Antonio Register, spent Saturday, Sunday, and Mon- day In the city on business, and visiting his son whom he had not eeen for throe years. Messed Event on Coast News reaching here brings the information that Mr. and Mrs. Ed- die Pines, formerly of San An- tonio, now residing in Oakland, California, are the parents of fine iialiy girl. Mrs. line will he remembrred as Miss Velzora Pul- liams. Confined to lied Mrs. A. C. Harris, 20S Cactus Street, Is confined to bed by Ill- ness this week. Jeffersons Return Mr. and Mrs. L. V. JeiTprson. and son, h. V., Jr„ 505 Belmont, returneil Friday from Dallas, Tex- as, where they spent three days viewing the Texas Centennial Ex- position. Bark From SI. Hedwig Mrs. Corinc Duncan, and baby, Boliert Lee, returned Saturday from St. Hedwlg, Texas, where the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 October 1936

*v PAUE fSlUtll tinn fliviuftiu niiUiaic11 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1036 PIONEER g§ 'mi WHITE f£r1 WINGS Us PIONEER PLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO TEXAS BueBomct SEEDSl wm tvxjrr «r aoucx or p^ H tod H corrcts I CHURCH NEWS Birth Control, Sterilization,UJS. Aid, Education, Land-Owners Proposed as Remedies for Shareeropping Evils ny The A «*oclated Negro fre i HOT SPRINGS, Ark—Federal aid, education of children, substitution of land owning for tenant farming, birth con- trol, and sterilization of the unfit as well as co-operation be- tween sharecropper and lardlord. were advocated as remedies for the 70-year old farm problem by the 57 members of a special commission holding a two-day meet here last week at the invi tation of Governor J. M. Futrell. "Complete nimrjtlatlon of len- anc.v is a dream," Governor F11- isT, 1,1 K K HAI'TIST 11U Ki ll j Rtv. G. w. Wilson, I'a-tor Sunday School opened .it the nsual hour' with the superintend-1 rI1. ami teachers at their posts. Ac tlie eleven o'clock servic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

asr T111S F1HM A MEMBER TUE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE San Antonio Registe RIGHT . JUSTICE . PROGRESS HAPI'V He Is hajipy whose flrrum stances suit his temper ; Hut he is more oveel.'ent who ran suit lu' temper to njiy eircutn- stances Ilunie. 01 j. G—NO. 50 5. A. Register's Cooking School Closes With SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MA1M/II J2, 1937 ashion Show Tonight F«.. 5«ots and Buddies Will Plav for */ Style Revue J STARTS 7:45 P. M. Expect Record Crowd At School's Grand Finale Tonight rHE greatest crowd in the history of San Antonio legister's eventful cooking chools is expected at to- light's grand finale of the snth school—a style and ishion revue—to be staged at io Library Audit.>rium beginning romptl.v at even-forty-flve o'clock, verythiug indicates that Kegis- t'h record crowd of more than -Oft person*—who jammed the iditoriuni for the closing program f Inat fall's school—Is expected • Ik* surpassed by the many hun- retLs of San Antonian* eager for :i advance gli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

AUK TWO dAW ANTOVIO REGISTER jmiidaY, RlAliCll J2, i 87 ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIES tn b | Victoria News | W\ • r <" "1 Sn ulay Sclio. ' lie usual hour with K« v. op. IK'tl CTO i s a as 11 ••v.' • ' - at UK' | i . •' I . • . i l:., . Ite.l j ' i , , ' !" ' * W i! 1 ! l: J : quilt OU ] .. i if th I \ ! • a i'-i i :• f'.r Willi-• I Mrs. I r pi< i.it <sr. . oit.au.iat ns are at the wheel to do fxa'pi .'uai work to make a good Bwter report Sunday, M.i; ii Everyone is pray ins for slu " of a new church build- ing thi: Is about to got tinder way. I..- Mai.-U'rinl I'nlon Is doin:.' great work In carrying out the « rk f the church. The GnlouJ : i !t< installation service Kebru- • -! The sermon was dellver- f !>v It .. J. H. Harris at the . II. 0. ljitl, Mr. i- Hallettsville News i —J nnr„FORi, nm'iL A. M. E. ( HI lit H Kev. 1$. J. Kaster, I'ustor Sunday services were splendidly carried out. Sunday Sclio.4 open .1 at i>:45; the le.J on was well t.i :cht, the «chc..i b og reviewed I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

. AlAltOH 12, 1037 SAN ANToMO RECISTEll P\OB TM*KK P. V.'s All-Amerkan Rewarded Marcell «n.| man gupport. Snn Antonio 19 Clack (•)) Knifilit (7) _.. Fti.-e offering Tn> Houston 2'! Ilixli^en (fi) _... Recne <■'>) Williams (#) ... C Marcell (3) iwiowlcs (I) ...0— Wyatt (7) Yates (2) « - ."«m Substitutions: Snn Antonio, BBS- | tace; Houston, Katon (1); Brigg). LoJumbia U. Elects Johnson Track Captain Tlii' Akmh-'uIpiI Xotfro I'ress NEW VOKK CITY.—Ren -Tnlmson, ace sprinter, who lias made a successful comiHiack in indoor meets this winter after injuries sustained during Olympic trials Inst sprint', was unanimously elected captain iif I lie Columbia I'niversity track hum Tuesday nislii. •> TiMotson Cagcrs Fail to Get Going On R o a cl T r i p Race Wins Three Golden Gloves II3. S Driving is SAFER S KID By FRANK A. YOUNG SpiMial to s n Antonio UcKlslcr, CHICAGO, 111—Three Negro ^ amateur boxers were crowned champions in the Chi- cago Tribune's finUls of the Golden Gloves natio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

"V *auk rouh SAN ANTONIO KKUISTKK .•fliuay, march 12, 11(87 SAN AiN'TOMO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and i'rogress rrnLisBKE nriDAi of sacs v rb bt the publishing company OFl'lCE COT KORTN CENTII® STRRBT rn NE OATH BOB AL II til . . p O. IMS st3 1 SAN A.N KINK). TEXAS Entered u .Mor-i-r'ass mallet May 6. 1111. tit the IVsi Otf'.ce at San A,- io. Tetas, Uiatei A'"i M •r.-b . Ife A'iver -,k rule. fnrnlsha* on request. Subs ■ , " n t.Ks: 1 r "<■ 'J nw'tti? ■ -*' • * '■> 1 copy, 6c. f, ational apvf 'i.in8 PI-ptcjseht ATIVTS W « 7IPF CC.. CHICAGO. NEW york. LO« ANCGLE*. rochestc1, K>N9A1 c TY AND IAGC . cold COA.T. AFRICA. .. r- r. ■.! . n tw St M or ~t r.v Tt'tSPAV NOON TO APPEAR IN •URRENT .■■•JC NC.VS mattsw MUST pK (lainlv W*JTTCN AHD ON ONtV CNC ; ' \oF CCr, . . • - OHI TO crs MA-:-. FOR CON/CNtENCe OR ;a V v tfl pt nlc 5 r.fCH m.-TER is '1 FO*' •^riiATTairy; Hi *4 8 « ii a ni Our Weekly Health Chat By Dr. M. L. Preacher 60*3 1-2 E. Commerce, C. 1863...

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