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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

' ? • { 1 WHERE? Where were the "Responsible Citizens"? SEE KDITOltlAL, l'At.K FOl'tt San Antonio Register RIGHT . JUSTICE . PROGRESS OHLY 5c WHERE COULD YOU GET MORE FOR A NICKEL'.' ,, I VOL. 8—NO. 5 SAN ANTONIO, TKXAOW#Mv. >|.\Y PKICE FIVE OKNTU Dances for Haitian Minister 1 V Santone Baby Dies From Eating Lye Teaching Staff Reelected All Automatically Returned to jobs Wednesday Morn NO COMPLAINTS Tired Man Takes Nap on Tracks- Loses Arm KATHKKINK DUNHAM, famous dancer, gave a recital Saturday April 30, in Washington, D. 0., for the Haitian Coffee Fe«t, which was given by the wives of the faculty and official* of Howard university. The Coffee Feet had as its guest of honor the minister of Haiti and Madame Lescot. The appearance of Katherlne Dunham as guest artist at this fest was especially interesting in view of the fact that Miss Dunham has spent a long time in Haiti as a fellow of the Rosenwald Founda- tion, studying primitive dance. Miw Dunham went from Wash- ington to give...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

1 no yHIDAY, MAY 6, l9a% TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-Telephone 3443 - 1416 San Juan,St. In th« lss April 15, the Upr- Tst*r rnrrii' part <•110 11 in artl ie by Rev. B. Negro In ( K. J<> siiua. entitled, -The great qtu ?t influence t>r force it is that < aus«r* the Negro, w ntelleetual st:i riding. as well ;t.s ooral to that l a«c-. to 1 if I'oroed washers, <• •< >minou IrtlNirere. ei retora. Is I tb<- X*Kr« tov. s tht. white m him down? Ilea.; —'rt tW°* The Xegr o fo- s th-it the other man is his ment.i vtjprrlor, all in- cause he 1 as hi et'ii exploited So long. The nd psychologleil lilnder.ince e N -jro b twine a.- is a custon in: her Nogro or not. feels t iat h > place of trad.' is one of h; •*«ioiis. No ntar ter huw m lie is treated .it the Wg Ue •; r: m •nt store of the white litan. tinnes to go hac k | to get what as money to buy liecause ho grand a« he «4ur- veys he In a ml expense of a larse g a record-hreak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

FRIDAY, MAY H, T!)38 MAYOR TO OPEN mmr soft ball PLAY WITH PITCH TS7ITH frantic efforts being made to havo completed the " Installation of the lightir.g equipment at Lincoln Park diamond, so that play in the two Alamo Athletic Association's soft ball leagues will gr.t under way May 15, plans ara being laid to riaKe the opening festivities one of the most outstand- ing in San Antonio's history. The flood lights for the diamond have been bought by the Alamo Athletic Association, #AN HNTUNIU KKUISTILTC mKKW while the city or San Antonio, through its recreation department, is installing tlie erj«!patent. There has been some delay in completing the installation bacanse recent rains hove made impossible the clay work that is^jjecc^-nry, and the letting up of the importing .lght posts. In celebration of San Antonio's most forward step in organized recreational activities, mad" pos- sible by the AAA, the president of which ia II. A. Adam*, Jr., a dedicatory program is being ar- ranged that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

ytuft V-UC SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kigbt, Justice, and Progress PUILtSnKD FHIOtI Or RAC8 WKKK «I the weoistrr pcbmshino company orncK 207 won™ cKirtn* stwritv T110XK CATllKDMAL 1721 - - P. «. BOX 1808 sam anion i< , rex AS Bnter«d x ••cond-claw maUer May 5. ]9Jl. at tha Post Office at San Antonio, Tesaa. under Act of March .1, 187S. Advertising rutea furnished on f queat Subscription ratee: I year. $2.00; « month* fl.tfi; single copy, 6c. wariOKiAi. aovtrm«iM« rifrcsfn-tativcs w. a. nr# com chicaoo. niw vorr. LO« 4NGILIS. BOCMIRHR, KANBAI CITY AND IAGOI. GOLD COAST. AFRICA. AU. NCWS MATTR* SHOULD BK IN 9UR OrriCW BY TlfTSDAY NOON TO AFFKA* IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST BR PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONE • IDE Or CORY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVENIENCE OR •AF*TY IS RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS RAID FOR. YALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD.. U. J. ANDREWS 3. A. JAMES 3. W HOLLAND President -Secretary Science Contributions CHRIST ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

fm;M m ■' •>/ ; .. , ? I FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1MB SAN IBNTOMO REUIUTKVC FT\ rt NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. 0 * t> , Send all letters to: ABBKhWALLACE, carc o! THE SAN ANTONIO KKtilSTKR, V. 0. Box 1598. fan Antonio, Texas. C. L. L.—The policy that I pu iny niece in, will I get the money ]f anything should happen to her? She la married now, «o let me know soon a* you can? Ans: It Is you who has your niece innnred, and if anything should happen to her, you will col- lect a* yon are the beneficiary. It might he well for ><m to consult the insurance company about this subject—they are prepared to answer your questions regarding Insurance. E. A. R.—I have a hoy frien<l ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

\A O C I Phfflis Wheatley Seniors to Piw-ciit Thrilling Murder Mystery, May 9, !0 C j v J ON Monday vnd Tuesday nights. May 9 and 10, at the Library Auditorium, the Phillis Whcitlcv high school nxiior class will present "The Inner Circle", a mystery thriller in three acts, by Marion Harvey. The well chosen ca't consists of Edwin Henry, Leslie; Miye. William Benjamin Bcnnie Jean Cook, James Mircell;; Bnrley, John Hollsnd. l earge Causey, Geraldine Williams, Contest Woman's Will that Gives j Chauffeur Decedent's Relative •• '(I Technicality—V' ••::d Give Man $20 ri . l/Htifi \\i Geraldine Tli George In?**, iel. Chest< J. D. Linton, i murder myatf cle. From the mom- nitial curtain until puck d with thrills, to pie;.-, the UK tor. The puldh i m 1 K !• fir The Woelated invited to atteud. | AHU'STA. A t!u re will l>e two per-1- May 0 and 1<>. W. H«inmingfi i* tin n> with In I ;ion which has l e lit ica of t! Mr- Fredrick Hall 1 white resident <-f t! She left an esta nlth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

r WisDN&YVV rRTPAY, MAY 0, WIS fiAS;ANTON 10 ItKtJISTKK REVE* .'T" Alamo City Briefs }ixs%\xxxs\s%%%\\x%%xxxx\\x.x\\%xx%\\\i^i%%\\\r^^' r* Engai^ Announcement liaa recently been Bi.nle Bl tli« engagement of Miss Willie II. MtUain, daughter of, >lr. Fred M. JlcOlnin, to I.nz.uj Klrven. Tlio nuptial* wtU 0c solemnized ou June -i To IJve In l'ortlanj ■ Mrs. Ilettie Hhroimhlre, .".1. North Rlrliter, left the city ccntly for I'ortlnhd, 0.ego:\ where «lie will reside with, her hr..:.iml who Is iu the rnllnian . srric.c there. ♦ I K:.;ir.:« Mrs. Gertriiite Pcv/cll, ir,S Paul Street, who. hus 1m-. u . out of the city for several rreehn, h.:s re- turned to lier home. While nwuy, Mrs. Powell Tlnlteil with relatives am! friemls in Galveston, Houston and Bay City. AXJ^t V-T- SUGAR To California Herman Smith, 1IKXI Wyoming Street, left last Wednesday to: lit. Angeles, California, where ho lias employment. ♦ To Ke.iidc in Oregon Mrs. .Maggie Friday lias been thu recipient of numerous socia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1938

II Eiom 8AN ANTONIO register finn ay, MAY 6, 193f YOUR BEST FLOUR Pioneer and White Wing* Flour o tflWu most dependable pioneer flour mills S IN ANTONIO UNION BAPTIST ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES 1 houglits To Ponder Rev. J. I* Taylor, Pastor Sunday School opened at the tifiual hour with teacherg at their posts. Quite a bit of enthusiasm lias been aroused in the school through the work of the little iniftsiouarieg. Rer. J. II. Thomas tilled the pulpit Sunday and brought two very helpful messages. I The pastor will be present Sun- day and bring Mothers' Day ser- mons at both services. T!ie choirs are preparing special inusic for these services. The pastor's n.d is inviting all members and the public to attend its program Sun- i\iy afternoon. Misses Coinhs an 1 Hnrefleld were hostesses to the missionary circle at the last meet- By MRS. M. \. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Southwest Texas Conference. A. M. E. Church AH our worship and friend- ships ;uid love eome from tiod. and we are hut ref...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

f- Next Week an Important "SEPIA MAYOR" Campaign Announcement Will Be Made I S an Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS ONLY 5c WHERE COULD YOU GET MORE FOR A NICKEL'.' VOL. 8—NO. 6 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FIOPAY, M \ V I.!, l!i:iS 3E PRICE K1VK i;ENTB Men's Orphanage Council Drives For Members 'Jroup Calls onEvery S.A. Male to Help Support Orphans' Home It was announced this week that the Men's Adv'sory Council to the Ella Austin Orphanage his begun its drive to solicit funds *.o aid in the maintenance nnd work of the local institution. The specific objective of the council is to raise money to pay for the services of a much-needed assistant to the matron of the orphanage. The council is centering its activities on, and limiting them to, the men of San Antonio, because it feels that the Women's Pro- gressive Club, sponsor of the institution for over thirty years, is ably and more than sufficiently teking care of the women'** respon- sibility. The council also feels that every res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

TWO i C CK TEXAS SAN ANTONIO KKUI8TEK .. FKIDAY, MAY T93 and SCHOOL NEWS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. Mar T1 I charming little Mi- ltrown wt re quietly s M. i". auditorium v night. It rcaily •H- there enjoyed an igliter • • * Uev. 1?. i:. Jo "Honor right, in true frit' the chr. quiot pr, who liav are our Joshua for ti\ in me to u >ur in id.-* a ;vr. I lovely MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE ! Tt TV K. 1! Week wh The bu: iujf to • and Mrs Nan Ann and So< May Sin wiili a Mrs. Sn Mrs. s lt. Brc Brown"' I lid Mr ariied last was \ Bobnian. punt- Mr. U The Ho rthday pa vly built Mr. Roy ua has made <i radical in his had style, ha* from the flimsy cap, to stiff special fitted "Katy" !d flames will kindle is a iften used. I find it quite •id you see our dear man A. Carroll, escorting the Miss Clovis Goodloe to Sunday? • • • \\\% wondc* Kinard Wallace (Sonny) visits St. Matthew Baptist so I often? Oink! Oink! That Texas college haato finds cute little Mar- j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

*i«UAy, MA if i;t, i^-i a/\N ANTONIO KEUISTKR TIIKftIS FORMER S. A. ATHLETE, NOW IN PANAMA CANAL ZONE. WRITES WISHING AAA MORE SUCCESS W/ITH San Antonio Register carrying news of the activities of the Alamo Athletic Association way down to the Republic of Panama, a word of congratulations and best wishes has come, this week, from that far south republic from n former San Antonian who once cUvorted on the basketball floor under the colors of the Humming Birds. J. B Daniels, who will be remembered as a former ace Ikieniber of Hip colorful and flashy Birds, now in the Panama Canal Bono at Fort Clayton, whore, ac- cording to a letter to the editor, lie will spend the next two years, declares that when he returns lo the city, lie Its expecting to find It one of the Month's nieccas of sport*, thanks to the AAA. His letter for publication is reproduced below: April 23, 1938 To the AAA Staff, and Mem- bers of Clubs Greetings: I've been rending in the Reg- ister, nitli much interest niul pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

rouB SAN ANTONIO RKftlSTEft FRIDAY, MAY 13, 193? SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress ntbi.isbid minu or each hum bt Contributions Tin-: RKOISTKR PITBUSHING COMPANY own* so7 mirth norms s-rniiiT riKINK CATUKDKAl, ITI1 - - r. O. BO\ IMS MAM A .VI (IN 111. ItSAS Enured a. aKond-claa. matter May 5. 1931. at the Poet Orrice at San Antonio, lex a*. under Act of March X, 18VS. Advertising rutea furnished on request. Subscription rates: 1 year. 12.00; 6 months. $1.26; single copy. 6c. NATIONAL ADVERTISING PKPWSSCNT ATIVKS W B. 11 r* COM CHICAGO. NIW YORK LOS ANGELES, ROCHESTER. KANSAS CITY ANO IAGOS. GOLD COAST. AFRICA. THE BUTTERFLY CHASER CHRIST FOB ALL-ALL FOR CHRIST m On ALL news matter should be in our offics bv tuesday noon to appear in current issue. newi marter must be plainly written ano Ol ONLY one bide of cop* sheet. the right to condense matter for conv*niencs or safety ib reserved unless such matter is paio for. 'Thy wrJ it ilampmh ajltt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

ijnm IDAY, MAYtlj, 3g3 VN1U am. NOTK: YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping ol this column and sign your full name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and j self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. Q Scad'all totters to: AltBE WALLACE, rare of THE L.iN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 1598. San Antonio, Texas. t X, \y._Please tell me if we have ; liv'.il ut the present location too j Iodic a time? \ns: Not at all. There is no ear.hly reason why you should nii'.iie a change. You have many (riiiiils in this neighborhood, and ' tu make a chance at tills time v iilil be ALL WRONG. II. W. 1'.—Do you think my wlf" ■ml I will ever be together again, eml live happily oa we were a jiar ago? 1 ><*'* she still caro for i c? Ans: it's too had that yon had | In break up, for had you both ii'iil a little common sense you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

>"%*• ■>&¥ 'mm «i\ SAN A [STUN 10 It KU 1ST EH FRIDAY, MAI 13, 133* soc IE T ¥ Alamo City — M. Ladies Economic Council B. of S. C. I'. at the lioiue Mrs. S. Walki r, 511 M gini.i B< lil< Willi t ie preside charg Af ter an nteresting raging rr busi ne-> were made l.y Mr. Casey. T\ entv >• \ neinbt r« wer present an. Hire*' s. T e guests wert Mr Polk, Mr. r afcey and Mrs i .11111 gandwi ;hes, cake ou- ],111( wert served The next uiee* ViU ||« at 15< '2 North 8tr« i Mrs. Fred O'l or. no ettinjs St. Paul Ushers Entertain Former Member C Activities IL II IB § Name in Bronze The Sacred Harmonizers est ?t with Misses A McVeu, 112 Hrc esses. The presic! jst and many inter ere discussed. A: business routin i-rved delicious ifc ake. The next meet- ritli Mrs. Nano Wi - 1225 East Crockett tn« Monday Evening Charity Organization Mr A i Audr n met Monday •me of l)r. and ws, 1114 Culebra esting Bible les- by Rev. Eddie gubjet t, "The liristian". After stess served 'Jo- lts...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

KIPAY, MAY is, iyas Alamo City Bricjs Wonderful Trip Mrs. H. K. Whitman and Delores I Iat>, 41M Cactus Htreet, ret urn -d 11,1 the City Sunday after ipehdiilg L delightful week-end at iio'kport. I They report a wonderful time. Enjoy Visit Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, 014 Iowa Street, spent the past week In Houston visiting Mrs. Johnson's father, Itev. Wlll.uu Mingo anil otlnr relatives. Tiiey nlso motored to (juivctton and .spent the day Friday, returning ! id' Houston Friday ni'.'ht whete Hioy spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. They report « very pleasant trip. Party For Guest Benny Mills, 4tli Street, was host at a Mexican dinner, Satur- day midnight complimenting his week-end guest, Jack I,. Johnson of Kl I'aso, Texas. A very en- joyable time was spent. Motor io Cuero Mrs. Helen Wallace, -007 West Magnolia, Krnest Bntlste, Julius Wallace, and Mr. and Mrs. Kzell lioiney motored to Cuero, Texas, Sunday where- they visited with tlielr sister, Mrs. Mary Ilardeman, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1938

 "mm* •ygem* EIGHT -as SAN ANTOOTO REQlSTKIt FftTOAY, MAY 18, 1M TOUK BEST FLOUE. •50 Pioneer and Whit# Wingi Flour MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUK MILLS SAN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES A. V. Bivings, 314 Cactus Street. Mrs. Bivings, the president, open eU the meeting with each member taking an active part in the in (cresting discussions. Tlx; next meeting will be May 22 In the home of Rer. and Mrs. Dobbin*, 2I'M Wyoming Street. Miss Flora Lewis, reporter. BONK OF SHARON BAPTIST Thoucjhts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Southweit Texas Conference. a. m. E. Church Without tiie love of (iod, all other love would he hut deception, I urine men on to awful rii*illtisioiiment. Lme God with all your heart. Rev. R. J. Martiu, PaMor Sunday School met at the usujI hour with Superintendent N. Mc- Queen iu charge. At 11 :iH) a.m., the pastor preached a very toucfl- ing sermon from the subject, "The Strength of A Mother's Eove'\ At (J:30 B.Y.IW. met in regular ses- sion w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

PATRONIZE Register Advertisers I They solicit your support. MM tgi Saw Aniokio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS ONLY 5c WHERE COULD YOU OET MORE FOR A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 7 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY L'O, I'M PRICE FIVE CENTS St. Philip's Will Graduate Record Class on May 26 Thirty-five Candidates from the College Department, Six From High School A FULL week of graduation activities for St. Philip's Junior College will come to a climactic finale, next Thursday, May 26. when, at the fortieth annual commencement exercises, the institution will Uward diplomas to the largest class in the junior oollege's history. Forty one will he graduated— thirty-five from the college department, and six from the high school. This eclipses last year's rccord breaking class when, nt tl > exorcises held Thursday, Monday evening, at eight fiftw.i May 27, 1037, thirty were grrnl- uated from the college department, and one from high school. The 1937 class was exactly twice as large as that of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

«u BAN ANTlWIU Kh'UISTKK FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1M| TEXAS COMMUNITIES 2n'd SCHOOL NEWS x I «g*gg|jj ... .gaiw- I Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Jutn St. PIONEER CITIZEN DIES flPctod. | Anpelo hlsh «cliool will b* h*oW f\Jl««Yrt Km t forjjet tho rally nt Prov- Ma.v L'l m St. Paul llnptlst. TV 11 llOlSOll ViOIIcffC <l<i Fun s W is held il iday mornli o Rev, Joh n P. from AV liam 11 c It Tr ultt. lorn r a Vl-'' To :i!l wl o k Mr. IM was known w 1 nclo Dave. born ii ladlanola Tf CO yea rs ago; ho died Frid ay i isrbt at 10 Mr. r iitt W Is one of Co rpiW m politic sjH'iit nios llf.' in Corp;-v. hu^li i «1 of a lo wife •' 11. wn* C 3rpus «' risji'a firsr ifllc al.y appoin i'il \ •o policetnn Mr Prultt hat lie rod e >r<v were ,• r *ht aru uu\ city. He - r-<pect-d hy the white ;i < til" V.'i: • loe nn l w for lih ^li v >>f hau l ng hi« P« i«'n Surri\ us 1IL< Will -w ■Mir dfltielit W.J brother ril ( direct io n bf M \w, • v p | iniLM,-. Evcu th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

: /MPAY, MAY 20, 1933 Richard Cohen Cops Southern Net Title TU8KEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala.—Richard Cohen, the smooth stroking stylist from Xavier university, crashed through to win the Southern intercollegiate singles tennis crown after forcing Hobart Thomas of Prairie View College to default in the semi-final round. In the final round, Cohen beat Duke Dummond of Florida A. & M College 6 4, 6-1, 6-2. Thus upon Cohen's shoulders- rest the burden of carrying on for the South in the Williams cup plnyi where the Jackson brothers | Nathaniel and Frank, Lloyd Scott j and Ernest McCampliell left off.; Houmania Peters, Tuskegee fresh- j man, won the intercollegiate wom-| en's singles crown by defeating. her sister, Margaret, in the flnnl round fl-3, 2-0, 6-4. This was one; of the bent matches of the tournr-j ment. To reach the flnnl ronml j Roumania came through a gruel-j ling match which lasted an hour nnd n half against Susie Wnsh-j ington, Florida A. & M. college • f refill inn n. Cohe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

ruim SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Bight, Justice, and 1'rogress PUBLISHED FRIDAY OI ItCH WRRV 8T TTTR TRRGISTKH PITBT.ISHINO COMPANY OrriCK 207 NCIBTTI CUSTItl STRUT MUSK CAT'.IK IIII,VI, 1T21 . . r. O. BOX IMS ' * SAM ANTONIO. TEXAS f'ntert-d aa Mcond-olam matter May 6, 1931, at the Post Office at San Antonio, Teiaa, under Act of March J. 187 . Advertising rates furnished on -•quest Subscription rales: 1 year, S'i.UO; < months. 1.26: single copy, 6c. national advertising representatives w ■. xifp co.. chicaoo. new vork. los angeles. rochester. kansas city ano l-agos. gold coast. africa. ALL NEWS MATTfR SHOULD Bf IN OUR OFFIC1 BV TUESOAV NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUK. NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRITTEN ANO ON ONLY ONE BIDE OP COPY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVENIENCE OR SAFETY Id RESERVED UNLESS SUCN MATTER IS PAID FOR. VAl.MO JOSEPHINE 0. CltAVYFOKD U. J. AN1IUEW3 J. A. J AM ICS J. W HOLLAND. om mvTONltl KBKilSTKft SO-CU. • ! S. Ahs'.iluit* 7...

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