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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

PAGE EIGHT GRANT .MEMORIAL A. M. E. Sunday School oh time with the •uperiaUndent at her po t of duty. Th« quarterly conference was conducted by the acting presiding elder, H. F. Cooper. Text "Surely the Lord was in this place and 1 knew It not." One member was added to the church. Mrs. F. Davis. A spiritual time was enjoyed while the message was delivered. Mother's Day was observed all day Sunday. We with tot thank the visiting ministers. Revs. Napier and Gal- loway for rendering service during the week end drive. The stork visited our pastor's wife, Mrs. McDonald with a baby girl. Both are doing fine. Mr. Shelton Jackson made a fly- ing trip to Palestine. We are boosters of the Register. Read its contents and shop at a saving. GAL1LLEE MISSION STATION A special service was held in the behalf of mothers. We are pro- gressing right along, and we hope to organixe soon. We are looking forward to a blessed success. Rev. J. Williams, acting pastor. Let the Hairdressers' Association Club ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

■ p§ r1 I I VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE Dlapoalim of rntlrt «tofk at Wonderful Uargalna IfniKIHD 'I • . lUkMM., ftlltli Sajv Ajvtoxio register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE iilspowiMff of mtlrr t< k it Wonderful Bargain* LfttHBMP SSI E. M*a*t«a Htraat VOL. II.—NO. 7. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Major Effort Succcssful. William Allen's Declara- tion. Radical Journalism Will Hurt. CRAZED SLAYS WIFE San Antonio'i Negro Little Thea- tre group, always noted for its iuc- testc« djring past yean, reached It. peak in presenting "In Abra- ham's Bosom" to a very large mixed audience Monday evening at the Municipal auditorium. This writer for cne did not be-1 lieve in the advisability of staging a play with such or any kindred theme, before a local audience, be- cause such might tend to destroy •r put an abrupt ending to the very pleasant relations that have always existed between the various racial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO R rtillST E R FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1932. + Out'of'town News and Ha ppenings in Southwest Texas ♦ These Trip Bargains Unequalled By Any Other Means of Travel Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday Southern Pa- cific has on sale slashed round trip fares . . . only 25c plus regular one-way fare for the round trip be- twetn all points in Texas and Louisiana; start the homeward trip as late as Monday night. No way of travel nearly as economical as these bargains. Ask "SP" Agent for exact fare to your point. The stop-over privileges of the daily reduced round trip fares . . .only 1 and 1-3 the one-way fare for round trip ... permit many advantages for business or pleasure: return limit is 30 days. These daily bargains are offered between all Texas and Louis- iana points Ask "SP" Agent for exact fare to your point. Pacific city Offif• 115 X. St. Mary'* V FbM«. l.rnckMt f2M Pep.t Tltktt Of fir# East Commerce M Travel Hr i!quartrr« Taylor News \ Karnes City News Del Rto News I All...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

FRIDAY. MAlP20.1932. SAN ANTON'TQ npintsTWP PAGE THREE Up* A SPORTS Pesek Throws George Godfrey Cleveland, Ohio.—(ANP)— Al- though John Pesek, white, the for- mer "Nebraska Tiger," took a lit- tle time to get started in his wres- tling match with George Godfrey at the Equestrium last Tuesday night, when he did get used to Godfrey's extra weight and height he began juggling him around like | a medicine ball and won the match which was limited to one hour in 11 minutes and 66 seconds. Pesek's victory over Godfrey was the second defeat the former heavyweight fighter is reported to have had in 71 encounters since he turned wrestler. Godfrey weighed 280 pounds while Pesek scaled 210. Gleanings From the Sports World —By— J. D. "FATS" LOWEUY, JR. The San Antonio Indians haye the best club that has represented San Antonio in six years. They arc losing more than their share of games that are decided by one run, but the breaks can't go against a team the whole season. Wait until the dog days ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

RAN ANTONIO KlfllSTER PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress VIEWS ami VISIONS Hv WILLIAM H. BROWN Published Friday of Each Wtek by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Offic* 60V1.* fc Commerce SI. f'bone Crockett I U. Boi 371 San Antonio, Texas | She ii too huiy making • hetv«n [ here on «rth for thoM of her bosom. She i too buiy making human live* happy and sacred. She ii too busy building heart tii Eatand mcoixI-> !• m.ttrr May J, 11.11, at Iba pott oirica al San Antonio. 3, 1879. .Vdvertutnc rate* furnished on request. * Taut, under Act of March SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1 year, 12.00; 6 months, 91.25; Single Copy, 5c, VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treaturer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Mana«er MES. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D. Lowary, Jr.. J. W. Holland- er. L. Walker 3. A. Jam*a_ P. E. Ilclntyre Sporti Editor —Contributing Editor Contributing Editor _Adverti ing Manager —Circulation Manager -!...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1932. 6 AN AM? OX m REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory Les Moderncs The Jovial (iirls 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 Wherever You Bf, Ring Crockett 2373 We Never CIom THE OILLINGER AUTO LIVERY One or Four, 3 Mile* 50e Owocd and operated by H. L. THOMPSON At 624 E. Commerce. Son Anioulo We Waah, pultih. rrtatt end repair carl Mr). Verla Edwards proved a very charming hostess when ihe entertained the club Sunday eve- ning at 616 S. Palmetto Street. A brief buiineta session was held. Tfc- yMs enjoyed very much the famous ' Benhitch" serviced by "Patay" Several games of Whist were playeu, pictures were taken and all seemed ts have enjoyed themielves. Mrs. Bruce Wilson I was made a member of the club.! Guests for the evening were: Mr. I Bert Johnson and Mrs. Bertie | Frank Tatum. Mn. Thelma Evana,' will be hosteaa to the club on Sun- JcUllCS day, May 22. Th* ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

m if PAGE SIX SAX ANTONIO n giSTER Society FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1982. K X Clubs K Personals Loyal Legion Sale FREE OFFERS Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 50c Regular 25c tile COLGATE'S TOOTH PASTE FREE with each SOc PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO at Regular 25c size STAG TALCUM FREE with each tube of the new STAC. BRUSHLESS SHAVING OQ* CREAM a: _ 09C Regular 50c sue of the new BOST TOOTH PASTE FREE with each SOc HUGHES IDEAL TOOTH Cfls* BRUSH at . OUC Regular 25c size LISTERINE FREE with each PROPHYLACTIC TOOTH BRUSH at Regular 25c *ize FITCH'S IDEAL HAIR TONIC FREE with each 75c bottle of FITCH'S DANDRUFF REMOVER SHAMPOO at ■ Large 16x32 inch Muscogee BATH TOWEL FREE with each 2 eai..-. : \Y BABY CASTILE ORn SOAP at CwC Regular 10c Cake of COLGATE'S BIG BATH SOAP FREE with Mch 28c package of 2 CANTON WASH )C, CLOTHS at C3C Regular 11.00 sue MEI.BA TREATMENT SETS (5 pieces) FREE with each ci nn or more purchase of any MELBA 49c EE with 69c TOILETRIES. $1.00 The New UNIMATIC SEGAL SAFETY RAZOR FRE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

FRIDAY, MAY 20, 19.12. S A N AWTfrp REGISTER PAGE SEVEN Blue Ribbon Art Club The club was highly entertained in the home of Mra. Frank ie Le- mom, 110 Lyons Street, Saturday, May 14, with Mrs. Jean Tatum as hostess. After a brief business meetinK a new member, Miss Gla- dys Runnel was added to our roll. A thrilling musieale was enjoyed. A colorful menu was served. The guests were Mrs. Marcia Lee Wil- liams and Miss Faunette Thorne. Eagles Social Club Meeting was called to order at the usual hour. M. Shannon took the floor and gave the club an in- teresting talk on the things that were done in Houston at the Older Boys Conference. All the boys ware >c y attentive during the talk and have uccided to take on a great many of the things that will better the club, Mr. V. E. Laremore also made a short but interesting talk. These two young men have shown to the club their ability to do things. Meeting was held at the home of Elridge Davis, 305 Spruce Btreet. The E. A. P. S. Club Mrs. Rob...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1932

r PAGE EIGHT SAN BEGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1932. FIRST BAPTIST OHl'RCH Cor. S. Htckberry & Nebraska Ret. R. J. Jordan. Pastor On Tuesday, Biblical playlet was presented at the of Miss F. E. Brown. At the regular morning service, an interesting discourse was de- livered by the pastor from the cap- tion, "Hold the Pattern of Sound Words." At the regular night service an- other interesting message was brought forth by the pastor from 1st ,Samuel 17:41. The Women's Home Missionary. EAST ST. PAI L NOTES PROGRESSIVE WOMAN'S CLl'B Sunday School was at the usual j The annual meeting of all the hour with a good attendance, unita of the Progressive Woman's Eleven o'clock was the hour for the Club at the orphan Home Friday W,V".^Vented at the church by foung folk and the pastor, Rev. l'.j May 13, was an intereating spec- intermediate Department of the D. Young preached an inspiring tacle. Members of The Progress- Sunday School, under th direction Mrmon to them. At 4 o'clock, the iva Girla C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

The New and Greater Fair Offering; Greater Values Every Day LtfWHMP *71 m. HNiwh fttlHl SAXf AXTOX VOL. II.—NO. 8 Tid Bits From News By J. W. A ITCH . It he. been done again. This time by ■ woman. When Amelia Earhart Putnam, journaliit, social worker and aviatrix, landed her Lockheed monoplane in Ireland on j last Saturday after hopping off' trom Grace Harbor. N. F., on Fri- day, the mighty Atlantic was for the second time conquered by a lone flyer in a non-stop flight. The re- doubtable Lindbergh accomplished the feat five years ago and now a lone woman, following the trail biased by the "Lone Eagle," has Succeeded in overcoming the haz- ards of the Atlantic. Such feats as these, though filled with dan- gers and liable to failure, point the way to man's victory over time and apace. Such courage as exhibited by Mrs. Putnam and Colonel Lind- bergh, both young people, is the kind of stuff that makes men and women; it makes races and na- tions. # • • The giant flying boat DO-X com- ple...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

PAGE TTVO i": RAN AN'TO.VIO REGISTER r'KIDAY, MAY 27, 1932. Out'of'town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas Lowest Rate In History! loo to Round Trip CORPUS CHRISTI Tickets now on sale to leave San Antonio 10 p. in.. May 28. Hetnrn limit: Leave Corpus Christi as late as 12:01 a.m. train Mav ,'{0. Buv tickets NOW! Cttr Tl«ka« Mffir, 415 R. St. Marr't St. PIMM, I rorkr"t I Df *t Ticket Offira Rftftt ConjmriTf M lr«*rl Hra<it|uartrr Taylor News Knoxville College Coleridge*Taylor Chorus | Harlingen News ' Corpus Christi News I Mr Arthur Simi returned Mon- All officers were at their posts of duty Sunday at Allen Chipel. The pastor and his wife have re- turned. Rev. H. McCrane ia (till leail.ng tht Mt. Calvary members on tu one j good degree of grace unto another by seeing that the various board! carry their programs out each Pun- day. The Moonlight picnic on the i church lawn was a success. Mt. Arie was graced with the presence of Rev. J. A. McPhott >n of Chicago, HI. He is a fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1932, REGISTER r nvlfi lilREL SX&fcWPN SPORTS PAGE SPECIALS FRIDAY - SATURDAY Austin Black Senators Win Three-Game Series STAR PLAYERS BEAT MEXICO NATIONAL AGG. Gleanings From the Sports World J. D. -By- "FATS" LOWERY, JR. Before tremendoua crowds at the Sam Huston stadium, the local team led by the superb pitching of Smith, "Cho Cho" and "Tank," and the terrific hitting of Kelder, Sam Ervin, and Owens, took a 3-game aeries from the Mexico Nationals of San Antonio, Saturday and Sun- day. At only one time during the entire series did the foreigners threaten to snatch victory from the fighting Black Senators, and that was in the seventh inning of the second game when a threatened rally resulted in 2 runs, bringing their total to 3. "Black Tank" old time pitching ace, and veteran of many diamond battles, steadied himself and nipped the invaders in j the bud. Johnson's superb fielding fur-! Dished thrills throughout the se- . „ , with Walberg winning his share "Our t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

/ I [ f PAGE FOUR SAN -AKTOKIO REGISTER friday. may 27. 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Published Irldey of Each WMk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office 6"iVfc t ComBfTTf St. rboat lu*5—H u. tios JT1 San Antonio, Tmi Fnt«r*4 m neond-cla«« mattrr Mat I, 1931, at tba poat of ilea at San Antonio, Taxa* under kci «f March 3, 1*7%. Sl'MOUPTin* BATES: I Advertising rate* (tirnl%h*l un request. 9l.0<); 0 months. 91.25. Single Copy, Sc. VALMO C. BELLINGER. Pmldent-Treaaurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRI BELLINGER, Secretary J. d. Lewtry, Jr.. j. W. Holland— W. L. Walker J. A. James t. E. Mclntvre Sports Editor .Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor -Advertising Manager -Circulation Manager AU ! •> BMttrr fthnuld b# tn our of fir* by WMntwIny noon to appear In avrrant taauf N'«« matt,- taut t < plainly « rlttrn and on only one tide of Tha right to con<lcnaa matter for conrralcact or sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

FRIDAY, MAY 27,1932. SAX *1tOKI1 REGISTER Business Directory L StMdjr impUymint, good par, telling Book# and RibUa. Writ*, Wilaon'a Rook EirkMH. Boi ItS. East Akron. Ohio. Chas. J. (Jrecnly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7086 New Seven-Passenger Straight Eight Hudion Sedans, 1 or 6 Passengers, anywhere in city limitf, 60c. Ask for Earl Smith or Eddie Williams Cr. 2J7S The Bellinger Auto Lie- ery. We never close. Wherever Vou Se, Bln( Crockett 2J7J We Never Clone THE BILLING W SUTO l.IVERY On# or SI*- 1 TTilU, 2'>c Owoed ud operated bj H. L. THOMPSON At 524 E. Commerce, San Antonio W • Wa«k. p.li.h, tr.a.e and r.s.ir car* Book Review Bracketville Sews \ Round ^ "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH'' Br Stuart Chas* and F. J. Srhlink (The McMillan Co., New York and Chicago, Pubrs.) Sunday School at St. John was The South,. usual. ttl'S I Service! "at all th- Board sent i f Inn/I Hone 8ur.d v p. '•Oil churches we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

r PAGE SIX SAN ANTON 10 REG ISTB1 FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1932. Society X K Clubs H K Personals Prices af Are SOMMERS Lower (BATER) Aspirin S. 10c I *| Site tt.SS Abaorbine Jr. 11.50 A fir $1.09 Mr A cut Vein S3c We Auto Strop Blado— 39c II .M Adleriks Mel Barbasol £ 39c i Mr Site Mc Brnmo Seltier ____.4Se 7S« Brllamt iff ~>0t Bahr Percy Mc II .M Burn* Tonic 89c (Patter Free) 7tc Baume Bangui 69c Castoria . . 28c S1.M Coty Powd. (I'erfaac free) Mc I1JM Citrocarbonate Me ttr Corega .. 47c Sir Cutex Preparation* 29c S4r Cal. Syr. ftp S9c DjerkissTiic l7c 75c Doana Kidney Pills 69c Wf D. & R. Creams 42c Br Dew Deodorant 42c 80c Puafcam Duplex Blade* 89c 75c De/tri-Maltoae S9c Enders Blades 24c fl-Ht Eno's Fruit Salta 98c ISc Ever ready Bladen 29c 50c Egyptian Bleach Cream 45c 50c Epaom Salta, 5 lb. _ 36c 85c Energine 29c Forhans ■£. 39c 60c Pasta 75c Fitch'. Shampoo with Tonic free 25c Fecnamint 75c Flit Pinta S5c Free/one 50c Froatilla 69c 18c .48c 29c 39c Gets-it 27c 50c Gillette Blad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

FRIDAY. MAY 27. 1982. Phyllis Whcatley Charity Guild The Phyllis Wheatley Flower Guild met Thursday, May 19th, at 603 S. Olive Street. Mrs. F. D. Moor* wai the attractive hoeteii. Meetinf opened with the vie* presi- dent, Mill L. Montgomery, In the chair. The uiual buiinen session mi held. We w*r* very much delighted to hive several visitors in our midst, namely, Miss F. D. Fairchild and Mrs. Johnson. Each visitor rave some very practical and encourag- ing remarks. Mrs. Moore served a lovely menu. The Phyllis Wheatley Guild members left the meeting at 508 S. Olive and went to Mrs. Odessa Reed's home at 409 Spruce St., where a silver tea was given by Mrs. Reed for the upbuilding nf the Guild treasury. The lawn was decorated In the Guild colors, pink and green. Seats were arranged for all. After all were served a very appetising menu, then a program was ren- dered. Mrs. McCowan gave a talk on the character of the Guild, Mrs. rhapel sang, also Mrs. L. Harris. Mrs. C. Dukes gave a wonde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1932

Charities of this city and • mem- ber of the board of trustees of Howard university, cited conditions in vsrious trades and industries, where, he said, racial discrimina- tion was clearly evident. PAGE EIGHT Prejudice Against Jews in America Philadelphia, Pa., May 26 (By th« Associated Negro Praas)—Dis- vuaaionn at tha annual convention •f tha National Conference of Jew- { fah Social Work here last Sunday , ed. The superintendent, pastor, Hsambled vary much those which president of B. Y. P. U. and sev- ens finds at tha conferences of the oral others returned from Goliad Nations! Association for the Ad- where they attended the American Vanoement of Colored People snd Frte Mission B. Y. P. U. and Sun. •mphasiied once again how alike SAN ANTONJO REGI8TER FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1932. NEW LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. L. A. Jonea, Paator Sunday School was well attend- ls the poaition of the Negro snd the Jew in respect to prejudice. Dr. I. M. Rubinow, interna- tional aaeratary of B'Nai B'rith. read...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers % San Aktoxio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—NO. 9 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1932 6c PER COPY Abbott IsSued By Wife Chicago, June 3.—(ANP)—After Chasing about futilely for 10 days, attaches of the sheriff's office were finally luccenful in serving Robert 8. Abbott, publiiher of the Chicago Defender, Friday, with paperi in the divorce action brought against him by hit wife of a doien years, the former Helen Thornton of Athens, Ga. Although there have been recur- rent rumors in the city of rifts between the publisher and his wife aince before he was taken sick in April, 1931, the action of Mrs. Ab- bott in filin gher suit for divorce and separate maintenance through the law firm of Cantwell and Cant- well, gave the public the first op- portunity to discover what sub- stance there was to the various re- port*. The straw that broke the camel's back or the action of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

PAOE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1982. ♦ Out-of-town Neivs and Happenings in Southwest Texas ♦ Seguin News NewBraunfe/sNews Selecting the Modern Cinderella May 24 was the beginning of Ball high school's annual com- mencement. On Tuesday night, May 24, a play was given by the 6th ami 7th grades, entitled "Out c( Bounds.'' The play was spon- aorcd by Mrs. L. M. Giddings. On Wadnemlay night was the high school play "The Path Across the Hill/' conducted by Prof. W. M. El- lison. On Thursday night. May 26. was the graduating exercises, con- ducted by Prof. S. W. Thompson. The class address was delivered by j Prof. Q. B. Mitchell, M. A. of San Antonio, Texas. Presentation of Diplomas by Superintendent J. F.1 Saegert, A. M . of Seguin. The graduates are as follows: Misses Sallie Mac Bibbs. Willie Mae Camp- bell. Kathryn Bern ice Davis, Ani- ta Vivian Dibrell. Alma Odessa Franklin. Arah Lea Garcia. Mary Blanche Houston, Elizabeth Marlyn Miliar. Gladys Eleanor Taylor, Liz- lie L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1932. SAN ANTONIO MCISTER PAGE THREE ""SPORTS A PAGE SPECIALS FRIDAY - SATURDAY Alabama Scores in Wilberforce Meet Montgomery, Ala.—(ANP)-—The (pedal five-mar. tracy team elected to represent Alabama State Teach- cri college In the Wilberforce uni- versity Relay* at Xenia, Ohio on Saturday, May 21, returned Sun- day with second honors and the high point man—John Martin—\.ho also won the Trianthlon Cup for the highest scores in the Discus, Jav- elin Throw and Shot. Alabama State took first place In the Discus and in the High Jump —both won by John Martin and sec- ond place in the Shot and Javelin —both also won by Martin. The crack high school relay team of fields, Morris, Graham and Perry that broke the Tuskegee Relay records for the quarter mile and half mile high school relays on Gleanings From the Sports World -By- J. D. "FATS" LOWERY, JR. Where the Wonders of Electricity Will Be Shown WKI.I. on Us way to completion, the electrical group Of PrcEresa. Chicago's Wor...

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