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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1932

I PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO ' E G IS T E B FRIDAY. APRIL 1,1982. WE PAY 4% ON Compound Interest Accounts Interest Starts Immediately One Doilar Starts an Account San Antonio Loan & Trust Co. 213 West Commerce Street OLD BOERNE CITIZEN DEAD The funeral service of Thomas Brown, age 69, a native of Fred- ericksburg, who had rerided In Boerne for the last five years with his daughters, was conducted from Mt. Nebo Bartiat church Easter Sunday. Mr. Brown ii aurvived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Brown Spears, two daughters, Mrs. Addie riark and Mrs. Kra Davia of Boer- ne and one aon, George Brown of San Antonio, one Brother, George Lanes of Austin, and three sisters Mrs. Fannie Burdett of (grim Reaper Mrs. Julia Mosely died at her residence, 729 E. Crockett street, March 24, interment was made in Seguin, Sunday, March 27. Col- lins Undertaking company was in charge. Rev. George Dukes of 618 Elm street, died suddenly March 24, in- terment made in City Cemetery No. 3, March 28. Collina Under- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

Join the Loyal Legion-San Antonio's Prosperity Movement-Call Cr. 1085 VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE Dbpoaln* of entire .lock it Wonderful Bargain! LWBHMP • nikMH MiMt Saw Ajvtomio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VISIT THE FAIR S REORGANIZATION SALE DUpo«inir of mtirr stork at Woodrrful h«rfaint SSI B. Niiiki* Mr*t .VOL. II.—NO. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1932. 6c PER COPY f \ The Echo (By V. C. B.) Back to Africa Movement. Sunday's Health Parade and Program. Reverend James E. Lewis of Loa Angeles, Calif., broke into print thla week, with an announcement of a back-to-Africa movemeht for Negroes now inhabitinf America, The difficulty involved in • scheme of luch gigantic propor- tions ia perceivable to even the moat casual observer and thinker. Marcua Carvey, a man of much keener intellect than the Reverend Mr. Lewis, had a similar program under way in the East a decade or more ago, but he was only abl* to interest the ignorant members of the race in that sect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

PAGE TWO r SAN ANTONlo REGISTER FRIDA/, APRIL 16 1982. Out'of'toivn News- and Happenings in Southwest Texas Karnes City News Taylor News at the Sunday school, eleven o'clock j ; service, A. C, E. League and night Sunday school opened lisual hour. The Karnes County Woman's services were all one hundred per Missionary Bible Institut* held cent at Allen Chapel A. M. E. hare Friday and Saturday at the. church. Prospect Baptist church was a Mt. Calvary was blessed with great success. The lesson was fivt services from Sunday school taught by Mrs. M. S. Washington j to night. The lessons of the Sun- of Rungr and Mrs. E. A. Sheffield day school and B. Y. P. V. were of GilUtt. Timely remarka were ' very interesting to the member! of made by Rev. Taylor of Runge,1 ,.,ch department. Prof, and Mr*. R. B. Cunningham of this city, Mrs. K. L. Conine of Bainville, Mrs. P. A. Graham of Kenedy and others. At the Ju- nior Missionary hour, the presi- dent. Miss H. Pieraon rendered a nice program. Colle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1932. SAN ANTON 10 R E r, IsTE R PAOF THREE SPORTS PAGE AUSTIN TEAM TO PLAY HERE SATURDAY Semi-Pro Season to Open Officially Saturday, April 18, at Van Daele Stadium the Mexico Nationals croia bats with the Auatin Black Senators, the Senatera' line-up founding like the old Black In- dians of 1930, the most invincible team San Antonio could boast of for years. Underwood catching, Garrett on first, Ira Williams, sec* ond, Sam Irving, center field; Joe Lyons, right field, and Felder, King Nappy, left field, with Big Tank pitching. They also carry De Witt Owens and Cutty Alexander, formerly of the Houston Black Buffs. The Nationals have a form- idable club themselves composed of most of last year'a Cubans with the addition of the best of the local aandlot teams. The Saturday afternoon game it being played at 4 p. m. to be followed by a Sunday morning game at 10 a. m., and Sun- day afternoon at 3:30 p. m. At 1 p. m. two local teams will play as a preface to the 3:30 gam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

ftg -r- PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER /RIDAY, APRIL 15 1982. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Prog; its Published Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS 01 fire h. Commerce St. J>bon« Crockett l« —P t> Box 371 Son Antonio, Teiaa Entered as econd-claM taattrr Mav 3, 1931, at the pott olftce at S n Antonio. Texas, under Act f March J. HO \dverlltlag rate furnished on rrquwt. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year, K'W; ft month*. |12j, Stngle t.opy, Ix. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D. Lowery, Jr._ J. W. Holland _ f. L. Walker i. A. James Sport* Editor .Contributing Editor . Contributing Editor P. E. Mclntyre .Advertising Manager —Circulation Manager AU ! «• matter <hould b« In our of flc« by Wednesday noon lo ipput In current Issue. Nr*. niattrr must be plainly mrltten and on only one aide of ropy sheet. The right to condense metier lor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

) FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 Whirww You Be, Hlng Croc!:ett 2373 We Never Close THE BELLINGER AUTO MVERT Ont or Four, S Miles SOc Owned an-1 operated by H. L. THOMPSON At 824 E. Commerce, San Antonio W« Wash, p«li«h, great* and repair cara New (even Passenger Straight Eight Hudson Sedans, 1 or 4 Passengers, 3 miles 50c. Ask (or Earl Smith or Eddie Wiiliama Cr. 237.1 The Bellinger Auto Liv- ery. We never cloee. The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Prop . Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D. D. S. 608V E. Commerce, Cr. 6310 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST MRS. MAYME J. BREWER Office Assistant Weekly payments can be arranged 608'/2 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Travia 14'J4 — — Kes. Phone Travii 9833 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIC RFfiTSTER FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1932. Society a Clubs K H Personals Days Only ORIGIN Thursday, Friday and Saturday I! a m i C0Pr KWT 19j:. UBTOO OQVC CflL On the Boulevard Ijist Sunday was a Gala Day in "Sunny San Antonio." The Boule- vard was crowded from morn 'til' night. Folk from far and neat both keen and queer passed and '' j'k" repassed. The "Boulevardler" re-1P' :ira" ally got an eye-full but good com- mon H-O-R-S-E sense prohibit! my telling you all of it. Lan^ston Hughes Has Nice Audience at Church Recital LONELY HEARTS : The Greatest Sale Ever Conducted by i Drug Store Any Where As An Example Rexall cold cream sells every day at 25c. During this sale, two jars cost you only 26c. With Every Article Advertised for This Sale That You Purchase at the Regular Price. You Receive Another Just I.ike it for Only ONE CENT: • moms insmvno* DRUGSffSfiS STORES See circular de- livered at your home for com- plete list of items. Mail Orders Add 10 Per Cent Postage Birthd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

KKIDAY, APRIL 15, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 16 "IN ABRAHAM'S BOSOM" Monday Evening Circle Mrs. B. Miilholand entcrUined the Monday Evening Sewlnf Clr cle Monday evening, April 11 at 230 Albert street. A short busi- ness meeting wan held and sun- shine waa sent to Mr. James John- son who haa been on the lick list for over a month. The guest of the evening waa Mrs. W. L. Hor- ton. The hostess served a deli- cious menu. Mr . W. M. Cabnesa will be the next hostess. Paloma Blanco Club Mill Eula Bedford waa the hoa- teii of the Club Thuraday evening, April 6, at her coiy home, 805 Ne- braska street. The meeting waa opened by the Secretary. After a bualnesa aeaaion concerning a Tally party, a delicious buffet •upper was served. The rest of the evening was spent in amuse- ments. The next meeting will be at the residence of Mrs. Mary Douglas. Clarence Brooks at Strand Theater Returning to hli native city with the crown of Hollywood's glory upon hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1932

" " " -r* K- w- w • SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1932. New Shoe Shop Bids Max Polunsky Buys For Colored Trade Bankrupt Stock The Allan Shoe hop, located at 811 E. Houston street, is one of the latest entrants into the shoe business in the city and has a com- plete and exclusive ladies line of high class and smart styles of shoes and sandals and takes this method of introducing itself to the Colored citizenry of San Antonio and assures courteous and polite treatment to customers at all times. SECOND BAPTIST SEWS Rev. I. H. Kelly pastor Last Sunday Supt. Dr. W. V. 1 Hurd and his teachers were on the acene at their posts of duty. At j 11:15 a. m. devotions were conduct- ed by Sr. Choir, Mrs. S. E. John- eon directing. Rev. Kelly, in his sermon appealed to his hearers to look not to man for safety and protection and all that's needed, but look unto our great Creator, ami preached a powerful sermon. Eve- ning serv ices for B. Y. P. U. were headed by S. A. Dilworth and were well ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

Join the Loyal Legion--San Antonio's Prosperity Movement-Call Cr. 1085 VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE DUpoalns or entire itock at Wriderful llargalni LDOHBMP I c>. Iiatktvi. MIMt Sajv Ajvtojsio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE DUp"«inf "f entire stork at Wonderful bargains itmmt III F. VOL. II.—NO. 3. SAN ANTONIft TQAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Wandering Jews? DePriest Wins, Idle Youth—What Next? Rabbi Stephen S. Wise speaking ever a Columbia broadcasting hook- up Wednesday night, must have in- stilled much pride into the hearts of hia people because of their suc- cessful pilgrimage from bondage •nd oppression to a position of power and influence in worldly matters. While this inspiring speech was Intended primarily for Jews, there was much profitable information in it for Gentiles. Especially might we as Negroes take heed and study th* long plight of the Jewish peo- pie, along the road of discrimina-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

PAGE TWO '9 SAN ANTdNlo pGlSTER FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. Out'of'town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas Ntxtm News Sunday was regular service day •t the Baptist Church and Pastor James at his post as usual, preached two excellent sermons at Taylor News The Girls Reserve, a unit of the V. W. C. A. was organized at 11 "a.m~~aiid 8 ' .n'appre- Iil«k,h"r i*h School under the • ciative audience. Sunday school | auspices of Miss M. B. Lawson, \ was good from every angle, at both March 23, 1932. These girls arc churches. endeavoring to find and give the The Heaven and Hell entertain- . . , . . ... ment given at the home of Mr. .nd *h,°h ,§ the purpo,e of thc \ Mrt. J. S. William* Saturday night ^eaervf# was quite an enjoyable affair, as On Saturday morning. April 9. well as a success financially. these girls went on a Hare and The Automobile Rally Sunday, Hound Chase. The Hare's were night at the Baptist church was aJ follows Misses Evelyn Hat- . quits an interesting affair. Out ''her, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. RAN ANTOMq REGISTER PAGE THREE A 4 • VUfc SPORTS PAGE SPECIALS FRIDAY•SATURDAY BIG AUTO AND CYCLE RACES HERE SUN. Stars to Clash In Dirt Track Thrillers Thrills and maybe spills are as- lured for San Antonio speed fans at Exposition Speedway Sunday af- afternoon at 2:30. Hal Tire and A. L. Harris, race managers, have lined up one of the fastest fields of dirt track speed demons have seen here in years. A special section of the grandstand has been re- aerved for colored. A free ticket will be given to every car driving to the speedway, Tice and Harris announce. Among the other new features Introduced this event by the man- agers is a dustless track. This is assured by more than 5,000 gallons of dust laying oil . Joe Cunneli, popular dirt track speed ace, who carried off a size- able portion of the prize money in Houston races recently, is among the drivers to appear Sunday after- noon on the San Antonio oval. Tire and Harris say that Cunnell's entry means addi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress r % A Published Friday o( Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS oifl.-t t's1 j b. Commere« St. rhoa« Crockett 11W&—-P. O. Boi 972 San Antonio, Trtmt l.iltered at Mcond-cla*. niattrr Ma*- 5, 1031, at thf pott office at San Antonio, Taiaa. under Art ul Marcli J, J 7 Advertising rates lurol«h«d on requeil. SUBSCRIPTION RaTUS: 1 >e.r, M.OO; t monthi. 11.25; Slnfla Copy. Sc. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D Lowerv, Jr.. J. W, Holland.- W L. Walksr J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre Sports Editor -Contributing Editor ng 1 Ms .Advertising Msnager -Circulation Manager All newi matter abould he In our office by Wedneaday noon to appear tn current liiue. Me«« malter mutt be plainly written and on only one aide of copy sheet The right to condenH niattrr for coo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. 5AN 'AjfTOXlo REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory Houston Editor Here for Rest Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1580 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 Wherever You B«, Ring Crockett 2J73 We Nerer Clo*. TBI BELLINGER AUTO LIVERY One or Four, 9 Mllci ;>Oc Owned and sptriled by H. L. THOMPSON At <34 It. Gemnwi, Sen Antonio Wo Wok. pollak. irtoei .a* rtpalr care New .even Paa.enger Straight Eight Hudeon Sedans, 1 or. 4 Passengers, 3 miles 50c. Ask for Earl Smith or Eddie Williams Cr. 1873 The Bellinger Auto Lie- err. We n. er close. The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Props. Phona M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D. D. S. 608 H E. Commerce, Cr. 6319 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST MRS. MAYME J. BREWER Office Assistant Weekly payments can be arranges 608E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Travis 1494 — — Res. Phone Trav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

_ PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIQ BEGlSTER FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. Society K Clubs X X Personals STORtS LONELY HEARTS We Cordially Invite Your Patronage There are many reasons why your druj? purchases should be concentrated to a Sommers Drug: Store. Outstanding facts point us out as a home-owned institution where you save part of every dollar spent. Courtesy and Serv- ice are extended every Sommers' customer. Visit one of our conveniently located stores and participate in the values listed blow. (PARTIAL LIST) FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS 50c Pint Rubbing Alcohol 1.50 Petro- 27c 44c lagar 98c 75c Puretest Aspirin Tablets, 100's 1.00 Listerine 50c Java Rice Powder 40c Vaseline Hair Tonic 50c Ipana Tooth Paste „ 49c 69c 39c 34c 33c 65c Barbasol 50c Phillip's Milk QQm of Magnesia ... OwC 85c Kruschen Salts 03C 1.00 Ironized QQm Yeast Owv 35c Williams' Shaving Cream with QQf* Aqua Velva Free wwC Sfc Palmolive OA/* Shaving Cream fc"fC 125 Qfip Absorbine, Jr. .. vOw 17c 25c Feenamint 75c Dextri- CQ|...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932. SAfl AN Tost Q register PAGE SEVEN Progressive Woman's Clul, The meetinr of the club held with Mr«. Jackson hostess, Friday, April It, waa a delightful Inter- lude in the chain of business that haa character!ted the meetinf of The Progressiva Woman's Club for some time. The president and member* are kept bu«y with special Interviews and call meeting* appertaining to the comfort and well being of the matron and orphan children, and the huge task that ii being launch- ed in erecting a home. Among the prominent vlaitora present were several visiting nurses, Mrs. B. K. Maynard and Mr. Cuney White, also Mesdames I.owery and Washington of the Junior club. The next meeting of the club will be held with Mrs. S. W. Weston, hostess, Friday, April 22. The Y. P. Club Miss Marguerite Rhodes was hoateaa of the Club Monday, April 18 at her home, 720 S. Cherry atfeet. After a lengthy business seaaion the club was entertained with a lovely lesson taught by Rev. Smith. Mamie L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER iTtrDAT, APRIL 22, !932. (Prim Reaper Shaw Elected Vice Pres. of Watch- tower Mutual Life H uston, Tex., April 19.—Chas. A. Shaw, former secretary of Vic- tory Lift Insurance Company of [ daughter, Margaret Harris, and Chicago, was elected evecutive vice for the beautiful floral offerings, president of the Watchtower Mu- I wish especially to thank Rev. J. tual Life Insurance company at a W, Warren, Messrs. Schroman and •perial meeting of the board of di- Sexton of the Texas Steam Laun- lectort held on Tuesday, April lo. dry and employes, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Shaw comes to this prigres- j Howlnl> Ik# stMn tnd th( CARD OF-THANKS I wish to thank my friends and all who were so nice to me during the illness and at the death of my Wesley Chapel Choir Makes Good Dental Hints ive Texas company with a back- ground of 17 years of experience, and ia reputed to be one of the best trained executives of our race. The V.'atchtower Mutual 1. i- •urance company is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

. -« ■■> - . k " ./oin fAe Loyal Legion--San Antonio's Prosperity Movement--Call Cr. 1085 VlilT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE IMipoilnn Of rnllre stork at Wonderful Bargains LttKHMP Sam Ajvtomo register I it. UIIimu MlHt RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE Disposing of entire stock at Wonderful bargains itmrnv til E. Hoaiten llfMI VOL. II.—NO. 4. SAN ANTONIO, TEX/ DAY, APRIL 29,1932. 5c PER COPY ■) i The Echo (By V. C. B.) Democrat* Invite Defeat Harris County Jury Panels Fimneicr Speaks According to report* and politi- cal dispatches emanating from the upper end of the Atlantic sea- board, the Democrats are pursu- ing a course of action that prac- tically guarantees and assures a Republican victory at this Coun- try's polls in November, unless there is a decided change in their attitude and maneuvers. For instance, in Massachusetts, Alfred Smith has been pledged the support of the 42 delegates that state has to offer, at the Demo- cratic national con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANToklO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1932. ♦ Out'of'town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas ♦ Del Rio News Wharton Sews Leaving iVo "Stone" Unturned toj Provide Homes Mr. and Mrs. Roseo Blanks are ' thf proud parents of a baby girl1 Mill Nenalder Money entertain- born April 7, 1932. Her name is the "Lucky 13" club with a pic- Virginia Tracy. nic at her home in Kendleton. Mr. Daniel Branxord is home Whist, dancing, fishing and kodak- again after visiting in San Antonio. were enjoyed throughout the Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gill and evening. Sharing this hospitality* daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Williams and Mr. Jim Mosley motored to San Antonio t« attend the funeral of Mrs. Ella Covk. Mr. Eugene Carpenter a native ©f Del Rio is with us again after living out of the city for a long time. Baby Nathan Gilbert Williams has a tooth at the age of one month. Mr. and Mrs. George Winn and •on Charles Reet-f of San Antonio •pent Sunday here. Mrs. H. W. Patton and daughter, Mr*....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

PAGE THREE \ FRIDAY. APRIL 29,1932. register ANTONIO RAN SPORTS PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World J. D. -Bjr- "FATS" LOWERY, JR. Dallas Black Giants Beat Sports 9 to 0 "THAT J ITTI F ftA—B. Link We had the opportunity last week to be with our old friend, Little Long, as he is affectionately known throughout the State. He is one of the premiere coaches of the country producing the only two i • « .. .... Texas teams that wrested Tuske- •«. *ave P <">>* four Mattered ,, n hits and was never in danger of gee on every terms, his 1920 Prair-1 L_. , Dallas, Texas, April 24.—The j Dallas Black Giants won their I first home tilt of the season Sun- j day when they took the measure of the Shreveport Black Sports by a 9-0 count. Buck Miller, the local'a slab I being scorcd upon. The former | Chicago American Giants hurler kept the Shreveport batters guess- j i:ig as he served them a varied as- sortment of hooks, slants, fast ones lehind a deceptive change of pace, j Markham for the ...

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