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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

i fx PATRONIZE Register Advertisers t They solicit your support. as San Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS OHLT 5c WHEEl COULD YOU GET MORE FOR A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 10 SAN ANTONIO, TKXAS. FKjgAV. .11 \K 1(1, HK1S PRICE FIVE UENTS YOAKUM MAN STABS SON TO DEATH Marshall Chief of Police Assaulls WileyCollegeProf Teacher Thought Yelping Officer, Vithout Uniform or Badge, To Be a Drunk Gets Law D^qree Forty-Nine-Year Old Father Plunges Blade into Jugitlar Vein of Sixteen-Year-Old Son MARSHALL, Texas.—Professor Harry M. LUnders, teacher '' of physics at Wiley college, was accosted and attacked J^st Monday by Police Chief Ezell, who was dressed in civilian "ithes and minus a badge. The incident occurred downtown when Professor Landers, Accompanied by his wife, was searching for a parking place, failing in thic, he followed the usual custom of allowing hia 71fe to get out of tlie car anil oaUe her purchase while h Jrclril the block. Chief F.zeH's car followed di- rectly behind hiin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

T. > TWO SAN, ANTONIO KKUIfcSTKR ■=a=Scs p'KlDAY, .lUNB bp, 1534 -a*- TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 . 1416 San Juan St. It's really amazing how the^e hot Aunimvr mouths work on sutU lucky fellows as Coach J. N. Calla- han. auil Henry Winn. Nothing to do hut sit around and think the Sunday ScImVoI and I!. T. S. Congress o^'ffie National Bapti>t Convention of America. Mr. and Mi>. Smith, after the S. S. Coii- .gfefiH, will visit Mr. .Smith's rel- of all the nice things to do, suetiTatives and friends in Omaha, Neb, as going out to the Gulf^ftshing, I before returning to Corpus Chriiti. j his gnrnilparems. Mr. and Mrs C. something that gti.vs l«re O. L.1 MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Boldcn and Fadd ^X^allion can't l'areuts ar© still Udiig made afford to enjoy because Boidenj happy by the return of their chtl- has just bet'ti release# from the j dren from various schools and hospital^fiil gcolllon finally made colleges. Mi*} Beatrice B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

rRTI>AY. JUNE IB, Tillotson, Samuel Huston Colleges Will Meet on Gridiron on November 26 AUSTIN, Texas.—The official football schedule released this week by Tillotson college revealed a seven-game progrum, with there being two open dates which are expected to be taken by members of the Southwestern conference ere grid season rolls around. Of particular interest to football fans is the fact that a grid gUme has been scheduled with Samuel Huston college, View, Texan. Oilolipr 8, Open. October 15, ISixhop College, Mar- tliall, Texas. ! October 22, Jarvls College, Austin, Texas. October 29, Philander Smith, Aus- tin, Texas. (Homecoming) November 5, Open. November 12, Mary Allen, Crockett, Texas. November 19, Paul Quliin, Waco, Texas. November 2fi, Samuel Huston, Aus- tin, Texas. ami WroivrtJ TtrcuisTErt tmtn bitter city rival, nnd a game ttrit lias long been hoped for by South- west Texas grill fan*, and follower of the respective schools. With Tillotson's meteoric riee in Texas spor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

SAN ANTONIO REGISTER < A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Profjres* PUBLISH BO TO IB ai Of each wbkk bt THE HEGTSTF.R PUBLTSHINO COMPANY [ office 207 north centre 8t1irrt ' * FU02IK t'ATIIKDHAL 1721 - - P. O. DOX 1JW8 sa.\ ANlliiNKI. 1kaan Entered as Mcond-claas mattei May 5. 1 SSI. at tht Post Offlcs at San Antonio. 1'ezaa. under Act ot March S. 1871. Advertising ratet furnished on r«quefet. Subscription rates: 1 year. J2.UU; 8 months. 11.15; tingle copy, 6c. NATIONAL ADVCItTieiN® *«W l«eNTATIVte W. B. IIFF CO.. CHICAGO, WIW VO*K. LOS ANGCLIS. ftOCHSSrSR. KANSAS CI TV ANO IACOS. OOi-D COAST. AFRICA. ALL NIV S MATTM SHOULD BS tN OUS OFMCt BY TUESDAY NOON TO APPIAB IN CUBBENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST Bl PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONE ■IOI Of CORY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVlNHNCE OR SAFETY IS flESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IB RAID ROR. VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD.. D. J. ANDREWS J. a. JAMES J. w HOLLAND ..President .Socreta ry Managing Edito...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

; V--A.,- FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938 dAN ANXUNfO KEUISTEB rm * ii. i I NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdatc, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped tnvelop*, for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. r Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, rare of THE SAN ANTONIO RKUISTER. I*. 0. Bo* 1598. San Antonio. Texas. B. T. G.—Mr. Abbe, I would like to know if my father will go into the business he has in mini any time soon V Ans: Not immediately. \'o«r father in a shrewd business man and just as soon as he is able to work out this proposition ami weiffh it from every angle, he will carry out his plans. I. E.—My husband is mean to me fiince I have Ihhmi sick, and I want to know If he is juat trying to put me out of the way? Ans: No, not that. He doesn't realize hew lint bought f ul he is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

M- - 1 I c &| ""HTDAV, JUNE 10, 19SS \ I Y Alamo City *♦ i C IL t A ctivitiesi U: IB Wiley Col'egeGrad Honored Vv ith Dancing Party To Reside in Washington wm^ Maggie Jones be?iuj School Gratis to Take Board Fete J r! Ifo r r i s, Sr., on 50th Anniversary In S. A. School System MRS. Irene Holley, Mr;. Bella Cameron, and Miss Florence King, instructors a' Grant elementary school, paid a pretty compliment to-' Principal J. R. Morris last Thursday evening, June 2, when they entertained with a beautifully appointed dinner party lit the Holley home, 1547 East Crockett Street, in honor of Mi Morris' fiftieth anniverrary as an instructor in the San Antonio public school system. The tables wire laid * th •x-llu the attractive ilen. (luisite linen covers with shnstal Covers were laid for twenty- two guests, numbered anions whom daisies in low bowls form ng tfce central dccoration. A |<l<llciou« tnrk".v dinner was prec< W by j time friends of the honorec. iced fruit juices which ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

FltiOAY, JUNK 10, 1938 > Knight Templar Officers Installed X At recent eolortul and appro filiate ceremonies, insinuation of officer# of Alamo Coinniandery, (Number Seven, Knight Templar*, .V.:1H conducted nt the Tcmphiw' 'Jiail by Deputy Grand Eminent gComniaiidcr O. IS. Shelby, (i Officers Invested were—0. B. JlBhelby, eminent commander; II |1U. Ellis, generallsaimo; J. }. Miles, i ■captain general; J. D. Lowery, Nr., recorder; W. H. Leonard, treasur- er ; Hal Maun, standard bearer; HI. H. rac , warder; T. D. Englkli, jirelate; Fred Ruimoii, ncutlueL. ,lg - ... I Alamo City Briejs | t Visits Father Mrs. E. <!. White, UL'5 Dawson, nnJ Mrs. Rosla Flake, 220 Ne- braska. epent several days last week In Cnero visiting their father, Iter. D. T. Thornton. Mrs. White's son and dnugbter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. K. White and brother, Eric, motored to Cnero Saturday Stiil accompanied them hack to the Alamo City. They report £ very tojnyahle visit. Tisitors Mr. Jerome Adams, Wichita, Kau...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1938

mas, 9 I ■JL '•4 "■ !wi: Mi; EIGHT SAN ANTONIO KBQIbTE* FKIDAY, JUNE 10, i IT WAS IN 1865 THAT THE EMAN- CIPATION became effective — that was fourteen years after the Pioneer Flour Mills were founded. TEXAS Ms WTCIC, It-*. Plow EE R Namely in 1851—So it is that Cooks Even in those days used this Famous Flour for their delicious baking of Biscuit Cake and Bread. USE , PIONEER, VVHite wiNGS UlTtM white win®5 FLOUR PIONEER FLOUR VVHITE WINGS FLOUR For Every Baking Purpose PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 87 VEAES CONTINUOUS MILLING a vi>rv inspiring report of t!ic U\T .1 w\ Youth Dav at work of the rienoiuiuntion and gave the plana for the next five months lending up to the annunl- petting of the convention. Sun- day was another high day spirit- ually for the church. Sunday School was excellent nnd well at- tended. In the Absence of the pastor morning services were nbly conducted by Rev. Wallace. R.T. S. met as usual nud was well at- tended. Evening services were con- ducted by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

A JOYOUS 4juiVETEENTH' Saw Antonio Register RIGHT , JUSTICE;, L, PROGRESS ONLY 5c WHERE COULD YOU GET MORE FOR A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 11 SAX ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, I NK 17. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS WOMAN KII1S MAN WITH BUTCHER KNIFE V - S. A.'s 'Miss American Woodmen' San Antonio Negro C. of C. Gets Constitution Local Body Sends No Representatives to I)a11a3 Meetings After His Job Cars, Floats in June 19th Parade To Get P r i z e s Awards to Three Best Displays—Announce Line-of-March ' MISS MARY ELIZABETH JONES, 411) North Monumental Btreet, comely and vivacious local favorite, who, recently, after a closely contested battle, for first place with Mb* Minnie Dawson, won the title of "Miss American Woodmen of San Antonio" for 1038. The contest was conducted to •end delegates to a regioitol Wood- men conference held June 15, 10, 17, in Houston, Texas. Delegates •were in attendance from Arkansas, California, Colorado, Kansas, Loui- siana, MUwouri, Mid Oklahoma, as well as from throughout Texas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

31 n U NlU kkuibtlk I'Rin.AY, JI'.N'll 17, 19$* !. .n ■ i i— \< '1 1 l - — TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS «r I ^ ^ ' ' Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. The long awaite Ev rvh liounce group ►dy of rp 1 hour has i waited the nUividu th of Mom!; om WAS ;i body, hut C'luh cam llOJM'U to Degrees Conferred on Four Beauty Culturists A Lion Tamers' vita what is •>t hit of th" iid u'll kintls And if ita to The iiirou^a the t ig dance beginning Mt 11'nil of full all day Xlond fun yon arc after, tl thi- Lions ha\> in because it is ivalli something worth eo Lion Tamuiera hart Christi's leadiug more than tivt. course. the.<t> boj to entertain ever Callahan and his Swing Hand U give .vou the very latent in swinj and plenty of rhythm. mainly about people Mi. Walter Hrtl «nd Mi>. riaud ine Wicks of Stodi are visiting tlio cit. iik'Iit th;i Wgrot"- custom for the clnh to some student of Col scholarship according record and deportinet •th >r o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

I TTW1PAT JtINg f>. E PASO EMANCIPATIOIN MARATHON THROWN OPEN TO ALL R ACES EL PASO, Texar —.For the first time In the four year history of the event; the J'.ineteenth mUrathan will be thrown open to all Tinners who care to compete. In the past years cr.ly Negro r.tliletes have been permitted to enter, but as a result of growing public interest and the numerous requests for admission on the part of the athletes of other races, the rules have b"!en expanded to include all who care to enter. Tlie marathon committee feeN tlu.t city limits anil escort them clmvn this move will Increase the public Alameda and Texas streets to Ore- support of the race. gen, and out Oregon to Second. The 1038 Emancipation marathon All athletes planning to com- ■will begin at 7 o'clock In the pete in the marathon are ndvlned morning, in Vsleta, Texn:<, finlsli- to address the Emancipation ing around o'clock nt the Marathon Committee, 1'. O. Box Intersection of Sccoml and Oregon 11J4, Yslela, Texas, fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

* *''v- '* • ••■-• • '■ ' 'p. ■ * <J fdL i« mm^iu itriMioi a « SAN ANTONIO REGISTER k Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress PUBLISHED PHIDAT Of BACH WKKI BT THE TTEG1STKR PITBLISBINaCOMPANY OrFlCt 207 NORTH CR.VTHR OTltlCST PHOXK CATII K IMl A1. 17-1 - - P. O, HOT 1!U>8 * 5 A.\ AMI UM Itl. i'KX AS Entered as Mcond-rltuw matter May &, 1931. at the Foat Office at San Antonio, l'cxaa. under Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising ratea turnlnhed on raqu«at. Subscription ratea: 1 year. $2.00; 6 months. 11.15; single copy. 6c. Science, Arts Opinions Contributions Editorials HSB i'ltlDAT, .jlJm- ii, 193ft NATIONAL ADVIRTISINB *EPRtS« WTATIVM W a. tlFW CO* CHICAGO. NCW VO K. LOa ANCILKS. ROCHCSTKR. KANSAS CI TV AND IA 5 OS. GOLD COAST. ArWICA. ALL NIWI MATTER SHOULD SB IN OUR OFFICt BY TUESDAY NOON rO APRtAR IN CURRENT ISSUI. NEW* MATTER MUST 81 PLAINLV WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONE SI DC OF COPY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVRNIFMCF OR SAFETY is nESERVED UNLESS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

FRTbAY JUNE 17, 193 WNTOWIO KBUI3TE* FTVH i Sanlonians Attend K. P., Calanthe Meets at Temple San Antonio sent very represen- tative (le legations to the ses- sions of the Knights of Pythias of Texnfl, and Gmnd Court Order of Cnluntlie, held in Temple, Tex- a*, June 5, 0, 7, ami 8. I)ehM?at«'s from tho Alamo City included—Knights, I. ('. Collins, II. U. Harris, and «T. M. Hrown; to the Grand Court of Calanthe. Mrs. p. A. Thompson, grand re- eelver of deposits; Mrs. K. V, >V hi taker, of St. Phvilis Court; Mifi« C. P. Koliinson ami Mrs. Lueilc Sjiell « f Queen of Shfha Court; Mrs. No la Wheeler of Wt. Cecilia Court; Mrs. Margaret Foster of Hluebonnet Court; Mrfi. Addle May Kmhree, « f Pride of Alamo; Mm. S. A. Moteu of Keys Sunl eam; and Mrs. L. M. Lister of Calanthe Pm rls. Interesting and enlightening se-*- .sions were reported in both meet- ings. Kills— (Continued from L'uUe 1) NOTE:—YOUR Question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

Jt * SAN ANTONIO KKOISTCT PU1DAT, JTTNB 17, IS o c s THE GREEK? Alamo City su a rather low i took a "turn' ]ia~t when two rescue ami he MAR ial act bb for for tli nf til.' I toiiv ■ml lirniLr vou our tti . MERRY! vities . . . which have bem nt longer than we care to ailtnit • better during the week just i-i'ck organizations came to our with delightful affairs . . . pint, elegant and vedy lioit.v- i dst in ease you weren t there, , . . just off the cuff! DELTAS FETE GRAD! The ball started rollirs with the Helta Sigma Thc-ta's elosi'd luncheon anil hiindkerchii't shower last !■ lidav n at tin residence of Soror Bella Cameron, 15:i9 K:.^t Crockett Street, complimenting lovely Mamie licit Smith, a June graduate, h' . Graduating Spri cs itln hi' know also shared hoi from Wiley C< are sponsored by beautifully and artisti •my am in Jm.le preiio from win > r 11 y h th' e,l ; The home decorated with gay inanity crimson and olors wuh the dining room lelectable luncheon was served l ie, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

A , i mm at suna 11, mm kit 1 vtiiv nmiiolfill Rev. J. L. Taylor Celebrates 19th Year as Pastor of Union Baptist BEGINNING Monday, June 20, San Antonio citizens and organizations will join the membership of Union Baptist church in celebrating the nineteenth anniversary of the pastorate of the esteemed and popular Rev. Mr. J. L. Taylor. Beginning Monday, a full program has been Arranged for every night of the week except Saturday. The gala week will be opened with a business and professional men's program Monday, with various churches and, Light Bniitist church, \Ve t End 2church organization* ()f tlie city carrying on throughout the week. The anniversary will hp dimmed with a big nuts* meeting, Sunday afternoon, June 2(1, at two-thlriy o'clock, with the anniversary tsermon being delivered by the Rev. K. I). Dukes. Appearing on Sunday's program will be New Baptist c: inch, Zion Star Baptist church; t!ie Phyllis Wheatley C h a r it y < )rgahizatlon; Monday K veiling Charity Organlx...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1938

m p«p morn SAN ANTONIO KHm fll = FRIDAY, JtJNB 11, 19^ YOUR BEST FLOUR Pioueer and Whit# Wings Flour I© &om S5®8 MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS *V\ 1NTONIO Additional Church News on Page 7 activities churches Supper *a<j then administered and two were Added to the churc:). The daily vacation Hible school opened Monday, June 13. All I*irent# m(. welcome to .-cud their children. Visitor!* art* always wel- come. Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Southwest Texas Conference. A. M. E. Church The culture of friendship miiM pass into the constrra* tion of fri<*n«lship if it is to reach it* goal. Friendship cannot he permanent unless «t becomes spiritual. ST. JOHN fiAI'TIST Rev. T. K. Marshall, factor Sunday School wa« well attended th the superintendent and teach* at their posts. .Mrs. Con tea review. l*a«tor Marshall was out of the city and eleven <'<-lo(k service was conducted hy the dencoiifi, after which tli<> Star I igiit Wand offered...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

"vi ■ ••£ < / 9 'Ml V' . - RMHMte PATRONIZE ^ Register Advertisers t They solicit your support. Satv Antonio Register RIGHT .. JUSTICE - PROGRESS ONI.X Vrf WHERI L ^ COULD YOU If GET M RE FOR k NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 12 SAN AN'pQNIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY -2\, |:i;> PRICE FIVE CENTS AME Elder' sWife Drops Dead as She Defends Him Dramatic Defense of Husband H At Board Meeting Ends in Death of Mrs. W. 7. Pope Louis Bea ATORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark—"If they are not rewarded ■N here, they will be rewarded in heaven," were the dying words of Mrs. W. T Pope, wife of Dr. W. T. Pope, superin- tendent of the Forest City district of the African Methodist Episcopal church in defending her husband who was an absentee at the Shorter college trustee board meeting at Bethel A. M. E. church here last Tuesday. The trustee meeting, which was M. A. at 18 Dl'NBAK McLAlRIN Br Th. A t<vlalfd N (ro I'rei". LAWRENCE, Kan. — Starting his school carter At the age of throe, when he was able to read and write, uunbar ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

z ITIlUfKT TORT n _____ ~ ± ^ — ■ ■ — . ——— — ... n.!. . 'L 1 JC.jaBgg?grraM g^- in. - r*a—gssata ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS ✓ I ^ ■ - - -- „ ' ■■■ i*'",- - , S U . . . Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. ••Tin hlntur) bereil predate tin- "old the gotxl deeds he paved the way, w had. by facing a life and we, in hits Varsity Men at Lincoln University (Missouri) doue. He r good or step* J old mauH finally madeifre^U from Dallas, hold the atten and he was'well reiwi.i- (tion of several young men wit! rorpus Christi with ina'iyimucU wuccess. Mrs. Marguorcttt ft.- l\i>rors of different \ Allen, rather quiet but taking ir preached about "F^ither"! everything. I think tome oik l'iv - nervices. I some shvultl pull a certain young man - under if we really ap- -oat tail who drives a Pontiao car. Thnnkti to Newt Callahan for giving the young college l>f a break they mnke good waiter/*. Miss Beatrice Booker. Miss Sadie B. Hawkins. Miss Zeola Hardlno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

->•' -r. m FBfT>AY, JTNE 24, J'J3i, ban Bntuniu i.*.uisrrcH Jit . TfTRR* Six Nat'l College T rack Titles Won by Negroes MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.—Six dusky track and field athletes, one of them frcm an all-Negro institution, were crowned champions in the 17th national collegiate track and field meet Saturday won, as usual, by Southern California Several other sepia stars also finished well up in the money in their specialties. The champions for 19SS are: Stiil the Champion Dave Albritton, Ohio State, and Gil Crater, Colorado, tleil for the firnt in the high jump at 6 feet 8a4 inches for a new collegiate record, wiping out the (5 feet 7*4 ir. !i mark in 1920 by Haggard, white, of Texas. Mozelle Ellerbee, TusUegee, 100 yard dash, niiming in 9.7 second**. Bill Larelield, U n i v e r kI t y California at Los AngelfH, trend iiirup, 25 fe°t U6 Inches. •Ichn Woodruff, Pitt, half mi!e, I minute 51.3 ►eeonds. Mack Kobimurn, Oregon, 220- jard liash, 21.3 seconds. Tills meet, bringing together ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

/ SKf ruuK SAN AN'I'ONIU KBU1ST'I1I\ SAN ANTONIO KROISTKU A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress published mil)** or a cn wrkr b? TOE RF.OISTKH PUBLISHING COMPANY OK*lC« 2(17 NORTH C*fnn« STIIKET , ■" PIIONli CATIIKIMtAI, IT-'I . . P. «. BOX IS g WAN A.\ HIMII. I KX AS Enured as •econd-clao matter May 6. 1921. at the Post Office at San Auioi'io. 1 era*, under Act of March 8. 1879. Advertising rutea furnished on requeei. tiubecripUon rates: t year. 12.00; 6 month*. $1.26; single copy. 6a NATIONAL *nv tRTISINd 11 PRESENT AT I VIS W ■. Iir* COH CHICAGO. N«W VOW*. LOS ANGCLta. ROCHCSTKM. KANSAS CITY ANO I A COS. SOLD COAST. AFRICA. ALU NEWS MATTE* SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICt BY TUESDAY NOON TO APFEAW IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST BE RLAINLV WRI7TEN ANO ON ONLY ONE BIDE OF COP" SHEET, THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVENIENCC OR IAFETY ts OESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IB FAIO FOR. VALMO C. BELLINGER JUSLL'UINE O. CUAWFOUD- C. J. ANDKLSVS j. A. JAMISJI - J. W HOLLAND Pro...

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