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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1932. EXTRA-DELICIOUS and no Trouble to Fjx it MISTLETOE STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM SUNDAE ©rim Keaper TB Skin Test for Colored Schools Try thi trail lot dinner tonight. Serve Miitlttoi Vanilla Ice Cream *iih a plentiful topping of fre h iirawbernei or Kra*-- berry preieres The rich, creamy flavor of Miillrlat ice cream blendi supremely with freih or preserved fruits, and what a healthful, appetiaing dish u makes! -f.adu.ujL • AT YOU) DtAlCR S Mntlftot riito ft nil I.eC'fj ■ I " fH fo . r* Lin k for the Mistletoe ugn Mrs. Kilt Hftllwell, 52. died June 8th, at her re idence, 707 Arbor Place. Funeral services were held at Colllni Chapel June 10th. In- terment in the East Vi^w Ceme- tery, Collin* Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Kred Daniels, who died at the Station Hospital «f Fort Sam| Houston June 8th. Funeral serv-> ices were held from West End Baptist Church June 12th, Rev. E. H. Dukes officiating. Interment in the No. 3 Cemetery. Collins F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Saw Ajvtotxio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 12. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Elkdorn Unsettled. Our Political Plight. American Fairness. Mr. Rhambo's Demise. The rank and file of Elkdom Stands aomewhat disappointed and diimayed at the attitude of Cali- fornia Elki, in not wanting to •houlder the responsibility and fi- nancial (train of the grand lodge thi« year. Apparently, there are hard times on the coast as elsewhere; and a clamor for postponement at thi* tlrro should not go unheeded. The brethren should know what they can stand and to force > conven- tion upon them might cause the whole thing to be a "grand flop." Despite these conditions, Eastern lodges are making steady prepa- rations tor the westward journey. Soma are muttering the usual cry of removing J. Finley Wilson from his post of Grand Exalted Ruler. Oppon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Friday, June 24, 1982. Nixon News Sunday P tor Egglcston was at his post as usual, and preached two splendid sermons which were full I of thought and inspiration. Mrs. S. A. Payne and Mr. Marcellus, Hutchinson of San Antonio wor- shipped with us. Mrs. Alma Henderson of Corpus Chrisli and Mrs. Goldie Kinney of Yorktown worshipped with us Sun* day night, each of them made some timely remarks which were well J taken. Mr. and Mrs. Ben King from Somerset were in Nixon Sunday visiting their parents and other relatives and frii'nds. We are glad to report that Miss Elisabeth Kin- is up again after undergoing a se- rious operation two weeks ago. Her many friends art hoping her a sjeedy recovery. The Nixon baseball team motor- ed to Victoria Sunday to cross bats with the Victoria ball team. Mr. Leonard Payne and Mrs. L. Williams returned to Nixon Sunday after spending the past week in Cheapside with Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Mat- thews. Miss Wilma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

Friday, June 24, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE J* A SPORTS PAGE KID CHOCOLATE POLISHES OFF Southern Tennis BERNARD IN PHILLY'MATCH Assn. Sectional Championship Philadelphia, Pa.—(ANP)—Kid Chocolate, Junior lightweight cham- pion of the world, experienced lit- tle difficulty in winning the wind- up at the Phillies' Rail Park, in the first outdoor boxing show of the teason in this city, Thursday. He decisively outpointed Roger Bernard, of Flint, Michigan, in 10 rounds. The white fighter slugged away from the beginning tc end, took all norts of punishment, but was the aame willing and aggressive mixer at the finish. The Cuban Keed, fast and elusive boxer, took the junior lightweight title from Benny Bass, in the same ring, a year ago and tonight started out to give Roger Bernard, the Flint fistman a real hurricane of fiats. Chocolate rained leather on his opponent's face and bady swing- ing lefts and rights, soon bring- ing blood from Bernard's mouth •nd nose making his face sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Friday, June 24, 1982. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Digesting the News Publlthetl Friday or Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulflcr 6ii«H t- Commerce St PhoQl Crrx-krtt IDH',-1' U. Bo I 37J San Antonio, Tiui | Quite naturally the eventi of the . recent convention In Chicago were closely followed by thii columniat, and the activities of our delegates and alternates wire duly recorded, and in the seating thereof. Entered as second-cleee matter May S, tVSI, at the pott oftVa at San Antonio, Teiat. under Act <'t March 3, 1879 subscription rates; Adverlltlntf rate* lurnWinl on requert. tear, R.OOi • months, 11.15; Sln|l Cop>, c. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President.Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. C. Lowery, Jr.. J. W. Holland— W. L. Walker J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre— Sports Editor .Contributing Editor — Contributing Editor .Advertis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

mclay, june 24, iwaz. SAN ANTONIO REGISTKK PAGE FIVE Business Directory Bracketvill Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texaa W, J. BARNHILL Will Practice in All CourU Criminal and Civil U Divorce Cases and All Mitt«r> Confidential 301 E. Commerce—Tr. 3339 Entrance 106 Bonham SL R. A. CAMPBELL Attorney-at-Law I'pstairs, two blocks from Joi- ke's, corner of E. Commerce and Ronham St«., San Antonio, Tex. Phone Travia 3339 Reaidence Cr. 7737 VV. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wir. & ESTELL BARNES, Propa. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W.V.Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/^ E. Commerce Cr. 6319 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST MRS. MAYME J. BREWER Office Assistant Weekly payments can be arranged 608 Vt E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Sunday School at St. John's was well attended and a good collection. Three visitors were present. Sun- day being Emancipation Day, se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Friday, June 24, 1932. Society K Clubs 8 Personals Troy Floyd Victorious In Tilt With Don Albert Friday-Saturday Sale 1.00 Squibbs Mineral Oil |>4c 1.00 Gillette Blades 77c .50 Ipana Tooth Paste — 37c .10 Lux Toilet Soap. 2 cakes for lie 35c Djerkiss Talcum ISc 1.25 Absorbine Jr. 98c .85 Kruschen Salts 63c 1.50 Pinkham's Vegetable Comp. 98c .68 Bromo Seltzer 48c $1.00 Pint Mineral Oil g s"r 49c 1.50 Quart Mineral Oil. Triple Star 89c .75 1-Lb. Monogram Cotton 59c .75 Yerazeptol 63c .75 Puretest Aspirin Tablets. 100s 49c 50c Epsom Salts, 5-lb. sack 36c •25 Sol. Mercurochrome 17c 1.00 Jasmine a Fee Powder 59c .75 Jasmine Cream 49c $1.25 Roxhury Fountain Syringe 4fc .25 Bayer Aspirin Tablets 10c .80 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 47c 1.00 Upjohn's Citrocarbonate 89c 2.00 SSS Blood Tonic 1.67 65c Alcohol gpg£ 27c .75 Doan's Kidney Pills 69c .35 Ender's Blades 26c 1.00 Adle-rika 89c 1.50 Agarol 1.09 ADD 10 FOR POSTAGE ,T.„ , GILBERT INDUCTION TOIRIST JIG—One-gal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

Friday, June 24, 1932. 'Mystery Ranch' Coming: to Empire Blending a pronounced note of romtnee with ftdventure and ac- tion, "Myitery Ranch," Fox Film* Production with that popular itar of outdoor picture!, George O'Brien, in the leading role, comci to the Empire Theater next Saturday, "Myitery Ranch," based on Stewart Edward White'i virile atory, "The Killer," depicti the adventure* of a handsome young member o( the Ariiona Rangers who ia detailed to exterminate a band of cattle thieves and end the reign of terror brought about by the domination of the leader of the renegades. How, the young rcnger accomplishes Mi mission and how, in the face of many dangers, he aavei a captive girl, unfoldi a plot that it laid to move swiftly to a thrilling climax. Cecilia Parker, one of the new- tr blonde beautiei of the icroen, enacts the leading feminine role. A graduate of the dramatic school maintained at the Fox studio, Miss Parker made her screen debut op- posite O'Brien in "ThcRainbow Trai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Friday, June 24, 1982. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. S. Hr - * Nebraska Rei. R. J. Jordan. pastor The Midget Wedding, under thi auspice* of the c' r Light B Mr*. A. Perryman, supervisor, held Tuesday ni*ht was an interesting feature. The wedding march «u played hy Mrs. AlU Swaizey. The bride, Ednora Porter wore a go n of white organdie, while Ed- die Mae Kuykendall, maid, wore a veil of whit* tulle. Alfred Potitt was th< groom. "Reverend" Elmo L. Pierce. Jr.. performed the ccre- mony. The unique sermon deliv- ered Sunday by the pastor. "Per- fect Freedom." brought to our jninds the freedom which was sixty-nine years ago. Fol- BETHEL A. M. E. CHl'RCH j Rev. C. Harold Stepteau. paator, Sunday services were well at- j tended. At the 11 o'clock service, to the delight of all. Rev. Stepteau, was back in the pulpit after a few weeks absence and had a wonder- ful message for us. Two infants were baptized. Again at night we listened to < splendid sermon on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1932

Read Our Ads and Patronise Our Advertisers Saw Atvtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 13- SAN ANTONIO,JTEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (Br v. r. B.) Constituted Authorities. Rhambo Case Mysterious. Municipal Pools May Close. Resolutions Committee and Little Planks. Famous Actor-Singer'sJ^^ZSSL. Seeks Divorce in Gotham W hen Colored Manage] She Tires and Wants to Be Free A cro « section of San Antonio i melting pot of ncn, witne.sed •with glee, pity, disdain *"d down" tight disgust the horrible eight of one Afro-American who h*s vested In him the authority to rrest any citixen, drunk or sober, white, black, brown or yellow, attempting to haul in another gentlemen of the me hue. George A. Holley, well known mm around Chestnut Street, per- formed in true «d .tyle; using abusive language to the officer and calling him names unfit to print. Of tourse, affair, aueh at these ■re chargeable to ignorance;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1932

PAGE TWO SAN 'ANTON 0 REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1932. Taylor News Del R/9 News The pulpit at Allen chapel was . filled by Rev. J. G. Gilford with two able sermons. M r.i. M. E Jones one of the teachers t the D. D. and B institute. Austin and . „ Mrs. Lime Barton, also Mi < Ma- ! # kle Vann (Registered N'unel wor ! * ahippiil with us in the 11 o'clock service. Services at Mt. Calvary were food, (he pastor preaching two good sermons morning and evening Then the departments of the B. Y. P. b. came forward with a well discussed lesson. Rev. Ruffin, pastor of Mt. Arie was on the scene with two good sermons, the Sunday school and B. Y. P- ' were well attended and the lejson was well taught in each. | Murphy Street Christian church Is still on the upward march. .The pastor pleached to a fair audience morning and evening. Little Bethel A. M. E. church ' * earned her services out during Sunday with good attendance in all • services' two able sermons a> the ' - pastor. One person united ...

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

FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FAGE THREE SPORTS PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World -By- J. D. "FATS" LOWERY, JR. Well our Indians are off to a suc- cessful second self aUrt. With tha hustling fighting spirit and con- centrated hitting aa repreaented by Flash, Fitzgerald, Dunlap and Cox, we are not going to loae many of those one-run affaira this half. Hail cur huatling fighting Indians. • • * San Antonio is not auch a bad town, and the race question is be- ing aolved by., our youngsters. Every day all over the city corner lots are the acenes of in- terracial indoor baaeball games, being played without any friction at all by our youngsters. These future citizens are going to be all the better for the contacts made during their youth. • • • The American fightera of our race are making the trip abroad where they can get fighta that they will not have to sell out to make money. Boxing has become al- most as much a racket as wres- tling. Our sporting world is turn- ing rac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1932

PAfiE FOUR SAN ANTONIO KEGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1932. EDITORIALS And FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress l*ubll hrd Friday of Each Wtek by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Uin™ 1 a t. Commtrre M. Phone l.rixk«lt lu*.We 0. Bo I 371 San Antonio, Tiui totem) wond-<lm Bull" \Uj J, IMI. * th. pott offtc, *« San Antonta, '""I" °l **rcn J. 11 UBSCRinlON HA I ts: 1 r««r, VALMO C. BELLINGER, Prsaident-Trtasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-Genersi Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D Lowery, Jr_ J. W. Holland- W. L. Walker J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre— All n><> matter .hould be tn our ofllre by \V.dn.^t«T noon to appear In current laaue. Newt matter mutt be plainly written and on only one aide of ropy sheet Tba rt|bt to condenta matter for contenlence or aafety l> raaerted. unleaa paid for. Daily For Eighteen Months The Prince of Wales, heir to the British throne has re- cently acquired sufficient knowledge of Spanish to deliver himself...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1932

FRIDAY, JULY 1. 1932. rfxn 'antonio register PAGE FIVE Business Directory J LUNCHEON GIVEN BY MRS. CRUSE Mrs. G. R. Cruse was hostess at a pretty luncheon Tuesday after- noon at Moshay's Tea Room, 1402 Dawson street, complimentinf Rev. i:i)l I ATI.IN \l. A. A. Banks, the Evangelist and the Evangelical Bible Class, whose names are tlstcd '•clow. The elabo- rate luncheon was enjoyed by all. Guests included the honoree, andl Rev. Thomas, Mesdames S, H. Grant, G. R. Cruse, T. E. Logan Giles, J. C. Feeman and Mr. CJ Cole. Primary Soul Winning Cer- tificates will he forwarded to claia later. AUTOMOTIVE *MRCH AMICS—Jtafcrtifal* ly taught by mall. Automotive !n tl- lutr. 517-F. National Fidelity Uldg., Kan- mi City. Mo. Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. J. BARNHILL Will Practice in All Courla Criminal and Civil Law Divorce Cases and All Matters Confidential 301 E. Commerce—Tr. JJ39 Entrant lflfi Honhnm SI. Recipes for Milady SOME.DINNER DISHES...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1932

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JULY 1. 1932. Society Clubs Personals A HOME INSTITUTION SOMMERS Drug Wagners Stores I RADIO TVBES—Guaranteed Tested Tubea, No. 227, for any Radio. Special, while th*y last, each Friday, Saturday Savings STRIPES forever . «s« Me .l.ic Knder s Biaaes —' ' $1.50 Mb. Jar Betty Rae Ueatiaing Cream <* 25c Narciaae Talcum ,ie 75c Pureteat Aspirin Tableta 100'a — 35c Ender'a Blades 6V2C 10c Lifebuoy Soap — 7Se Pint. Flit . --- 51.00 Squibb* Mineral Oil _ BOc McToy'a Cod Liver Oil Taba — 50c 6«6 Chilli and Fever 50c Sal-o-mint Tooth Paste 29c SAYS TODAY'S SMART WOMAN 75c Lucky Strike VegeUle 25c Maria Talcum $2.00 S8S Blood Medicine - $1.50 Pinkhama Vegetable Compound 49c I7e . $1.67 ... 9 He On the Boulevard By MAC -California Here I Come," seems uppermost in the minds of Stn Antonio girls for the past few d y.«. It is generally known that irrangements are completed for )!,.« Arlamson, but there is still an- other who will follow shortly. Guess *ho....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1932

FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1982. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN We Hav« a Nice Gift For You Aak About It. Prepare for the Glorious 4th MAX POLUNSKY'S Bankrupt Sale Store 111 W. Houston Street Opp. Strand Thrater IS JUST BRIMFUL OF WONDERFUL SUITS. HATS and SHIRTS for DAD and SON ADORABLE DRESSES HATS and SHOES FOR MOTHER AND THE YOUNG LADIES PLENTY OF GOB PANTS SMART BATHING SUITS and EVERYTHING TO PREPARE TO SPEND A GLORIOUS 4TH YOU WILL LIKE OUR QUALITY YOUR PURSE WILL SMILE AT OUR PRICES "WELCOME" When in, Venice Royalty Does as Venetians Do WULN lli* king and quean of Italy Ttaltad Venice to ttke part la tha opening of the Inter- national Exhibition of Art the; board*<! a gondola and lead tha gorgaoua procession which la here a«en passing tha famoua Ducal palace. "Little Stories jfor Bedfim ty ThornfonW / <y Burgess ^ A HOT PLACE IN A COOL PLACE Kansas City Girl Marries in Austin Miss Thelma G. Smith, of Kan- las City, teacher at the D. D. B. School, Auatin, Texas, became the bride ...

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

r PAGE EIGHT RAN ANTONIO MISTLETOE BuitieA. the fiavor. ' VV/jft OF FINE COOKERY Dental Hints rEGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1932. \ew Prison for i "omen Has Neither Walls Nor Bars $ torn tt)f fflangrr to rtir Cross * u <tintmunnnnm-)ntninnnt<h * w irw*irw*w irir*wirww*if*i CAl.iron.MA ha Juit presented her rrioc women with t beanttrul place to rehabilitate themselves and cbanga their environment, MKMOtins the new trend to help prisoners to lead ■ normal lift I, derating surroundings. Situated In a beautiful valley at Tehscspl ,o,l mrri'unded by itardena, the Norman cottages offer the Involun- tary guests the maximum of opportunity to eipress themaelrea In a lormal ar. The plan of th* new Institution 1* to help rather tbaa to repress. At 4/ 4/ -M 4m41-"41 MM Ml WW'WWWWWWWWirwWWWWTrlt H T "Dat's 'de Buttah We Uses!" —and Lawdy, what a difference it does make in de flavah!" Don't criticise the cook if you think she is too liberal with the butter Butter is the magic of her deliciously ...

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

■ -ft: Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers saw ajvtot* RIGHT • JUSTICEj* PROGRESS Register Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas i VOL. n.—No. 14. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Tt^Y> JULY f 1932. 5c PER COPY 4 The Echo (By V. C B.) Paul Robeson Flops Local Group Plans Case Seguin Leaders Act Paul Rob*,on, according to re- tent dispatches, mmi to be going the way most celebrities travel, •fter stardom has been reached. Difficult indeed Is the task te remain level headed when people of all races are openly and above board proclaiming your genius at every turn. In the final analysis this All American athlete, singer, aetor, lawyer and Phi Beta Kappa key man could not muster enough diplomacy and will power to resist the poisonous, Insincere lures of a woman seeking to better her own tondition, socially as well as finan- dally. Art may be duly credited for this agreement between Mr. and Mrs Robeson to see less of one another; at least as far as he ii concerned. It may be th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1932

\ v w v \ PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rKIDAf, july 8, 1982. Shiner Taylor News She Gave Up Shorthand for This Sunday School* «t all churches %-ere reported food. The hou*e to houne missionary work under the leadership of President Mary Hemphill is doinjj great work. Mrs. E. A. Barksuile entertained With a lawn picnic Friday at her home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bengly <>f Flatonia, Rev. W. S. Upshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond CJIadney, Mr and Mrs*. Sam Clay. Mrs. J. A. Stanton and Miss Gladys Trice. After two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gladney. Mrs. W. M. Meekins and Miss Adelaide Nichols accompanied by Jeraldine Kuvkendall returned to San An- tonio. Mr*. Mary Pees fpent several days in Hallettsville with Mr. and Mrs. Willi® Wonoway. Mr. T. Kuykendall spent Sunday With relative*. After an extensive visit with parents. Mrs. T. Kuyken- dall and baby returned to Karne* City Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fmith, twin boys. Mother and ba- bies are doing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1932

* n FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1932. SAN ANTONlOBHliL5.R PAGE THREE SPORTS 'Duke' Abbot, Tuskegee Coach, Talks Over Record With Teams Which Lost Only Four Games Out of 90 Matches Gleanings From the Sports World PAGE SPECIALS FRIDAY - SATURDAY Tuskegee Institute, All.—Sitting In the shade of * cool front porch, in th« quiet of a summer evening Coach Abbott, so familiarly called the "Major," and the "Duke," by hundreds of fighting lads who have come to bask in the shade of his gridiron knowledge and learning, on laat Tuesday, did a bit of reminis- cing, which carried us both back to the time when he graduated from the Watertown high ic/iool, way out in faraway South Dakota, at Yankton, which, by the way, is fa- mous for producing national cham- pionship basketball teams in high achool circles, and up to the pres- ent day, when he is regarded as the most famous of all the excellent teaches the player something, es- pecially self control, and the abil- ity to think for themselves. And he believes ...

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