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

PAGE EIGHT SAN A N'T 0 N I 0 REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 22. 1982. Passes State Accounting Exani CHICAGO.—(ANPt—Announce- Went hati just been made that ( . Stcvcna Marchman, accountant, successfully panned the examination .cf the Illinois hoard for reglstra- lion am! ctrtiflcatloR it a public accountant. He is the first man tf his rtCf >'1 pas.* the III i noi* test. Mr. Marchman. a fellow of th* ati^nal Ir-t tut - Credit f the American \ nation f Credit Mm. Is a mnber of th« account- ing firm of Seller . Marchman and Compan) FRIESl >Hir H \PT1 ST < HI Rl'H A ver> rteresting ies- >n wa- tauzht :n 5" y School and much totfcftftblt i-« being a!. men it the* 11 r clock 'U Rev. Cur. ry. preachf greatest sermons < ntire lifel ject. "Thf Co-( operative Church." Everyone « njoyi >d the «•!* rmon. In the afterm sewal c andidates vtn B. y. r U. was held at «i] ock. At fling sen . f Rr v. Curry preached another ' Three per: ons united With the rhurch. Tfr ie re ilucted by Re* J....

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

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* Aktonio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 17. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1932. Be PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Conclave. Big Shots at U. B. F. San Antonians have indelibly (tamped themselves in the hearta and memories of many notables from other sections of Texas. Tes- timony is amply going the rounds that, on the basis of the vast en- tertaining and hospitality accorded th« visitors, "old man depression" has not worked his ravages here •s badly as elsewhere. Galveston is solidly represented by the well known Drs. Rufus and Robert Stanton. As perhaps every one knows, the Stantons stand out and are recognized throughout the Southland for their unity of pur- pose and absolute family coopera- tion. In this group of four broth- ers a casual observer and investi- gator finds two Doctors of Medi- cine, a Dentist and a pharmacist. What better hookup can be formed ...

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

PAGE TWO SAN ANTON Kerrville | Corpus Cbristi New. Sunday School was wtil attended Sunday marked the clote of the at Brook* Chaptl A. M. E. church. Ird quarterly conference. Dr. J. The morning message was delivered M. Johnson, P. E. of the ^ oakum r€v ft pt Young which was Taylor News o register FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1932. Austin News Rev. J. G. Gilford filled th« put- pit Sunday at Allen Chapel with' „ . u. South Africa who came to the U. S. lv ,lrtt two ble " «" • SuPl- Wm' AI- with Bishop and Mr.. Youn, „r. ■ L)hi y|Ul, ht_ ,'ov# well enjoyed. Many received muclrlen being tick, the Asst. Supt. Mr,. (re, month, tg0 „ , visitor of and silver offering Saturday at inspiration from it. Night services1 M. C. May conducted the Sundaj j|r,. p. C. Rayfor, 1406 E. 12th 4 30 p.m. Quarterly conference were food. Rev. T. J. D. Simmons "achool. The A. C. E. I.ca(rue with street, last week. While in the city and at night a splen.iid program'of Beoillc filled the pulpit. Leon Julian, president, had a...

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

FRIDAY, JULY 20. 1932. REGISTER SPORTS PAGE Protest Made in Exclusion from Olympic Games Gleanings From the Sports World ..Illinois State normal college here have bombarded the Olympic com- mittee with telegraphic protests of their excluiion of James Johnson, . Illinois normal sprinter from the Olympic team. Johnson competed in the 100 and 200 meter runs and finished sixth *tn each. Before he ran, it was announced that the last three men in the 100- meter dash would qualify for the i.400-meter relay team. The Olym- •Jpic committee, however, after the • event waa run, changed its ruling itnd included only the last two men Jin the 100-meter run. This shut J Johnson, the colored qualifier, out. • Hec Dyer and Bon Kiesel, both 'jUalifornians, neither of whom competed in the 100-meters, were put on the 400-meter team with Emmett Toppino and Frank Wy- ; koff. Johnson is one of the most popu- , lar young men in this city and is Well the Black Indians have at tii ! ~ last made a home stand,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN A NTON EDITORIALS 0 REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 29,1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER r A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress THE Published Friday a( Each Wrtk by REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflit t Lammrrce St. rhom CrorkUl I'HU—P O. Boi JT1 San Antonio, Tttas 1 ntarad secmd-class matter May , l'JJX, al tha post unlet al San Antonio, t« aa. undrr Act >t Marn J, 1 7U AdverUtln* rat«« luralihad on r«qu««t. SUBSCRIPTION HAILS. 1 )«ar, KI.IHI; month , 11.10, Sln*l« Copy, be. National Adveruatn* Hepre*entatl e , ^ B. Zltt Co., Chicago, New \or*, ! • An*ele , Rochester, h«n> « City and l.agoa, (.old Coait, Attlea. | a big step toward the ultimate object for which it came into being. Texas fraternals need more such conservative programs, more consecrated leadership to inspire the confidence of the people, and emphatically to get "back to the spirit of Fratern- alism." have fewer banquets and ballyhoos, pay more of their just claims and maneuver their organizations out of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1932

FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1932. SAN ANTONI REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texai W. J. BARNHILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice In All Court* Criminal and Civil Law Divorca Cases and All Matttra Confidential 301 IJ. Commerce—Tr. 3S3J Entrance 106 Bonham St R. A. CAMPBELL Attorney-at-Law Upstairs, two blocks from Jos- ke'a. corner of E. Commerce and Bonham Sta., San Antonio, Tex. Phone Travis 3339 Reaidence Cr. 7737 W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 HOFFMANN - HAYMAN HLANT + + + MODERN THROUGHOUT n g normmhumm -cotnt co - LODCK NOTICE Hrfular < •immunltA* tlon of Cunf> < <>unrtt Knight* of Kadofth N«£ 113 will be MH«I In Houldin Hail. W Ontir Tu d«> 'V#. ning, Augmt I, p. n . All memi*rt art tiprrtrd to ba prrt^nl and \ letting brother* are cordially ln*llrd. M. t . kllm, :cr Commands KINIJiV < RhL>, 82" Sacretsry. Cuero News The attractive manufacturing: plant pict...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1932

PAGE SIX ITTTDAY, JULY 29, 1932. Society H X Week-End SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Friday^ and Saturday Specials! IP AN A Toothpaste — — 30c PONDS CREAM. 60c Size -39c LUXOR Face Powder. 50c Size 35c FEENAMINT. 25c Size 16c AQUA VEI.VA. 50c Size -36c ENDER'S BLADES -24c MURINE. 60c Size 42c ASPIRIN Tablets. Bayer's. 12s 10c KLEENEX. 35c Size -23c JAD SALTS. 85c Size —54c ALCOHOL. Rubbing. Pint Bottle 27c ENERGINE. 35c Size 24c THERMOS Botle. Pint Size 87c BROMO SELTZER, 60c Size 42c PSYLLIUM. Triple I leaned. Black. 1-Lb 49c PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound 93c CASTOR I A. 10c Size --26c MINERAL OIL. Triple Star. Pint. Heavy 47c EPSOM SALTS. 5-Pound 36c S. S. S.. SI.25 Size 98c SEGAL. 5s. $1.00 Razor FREE 49c JASMIN CREAM. 50c Size 37c INGRAM SHAVING CREAM. 50c Size 36c LAVENDER SHAVING CREAM —33c BOST Tooth Paste. 50c Size 36c COTY POWDER. With Perfume Free 98c MUFTI CLEANER. 35c Size 24c FANS. Gilbert 10-Inch Oscillating $7.95 HORLICK'S Malted Milk. $1.00 Size 76c Right Reserved to Limit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1932

FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1982. Second Annual Address of W. L. DAVIS, Grand Master U. B. F. of Texaa Delivered at San Antonio, Texaa, July 26, 1932 fa the officer! and delegates of the Grind Lodge now in Mllion; It it with > higrh hhic of honor and deep appreciation of the oppor- tunity afforded n that I appear befora you upon thin occasion and in this capacity. To be the leader • " euch a number of fine men and women ii a covated ambition, but Hot of the kind that would make fna try to uaurp thii leadership by Injunction! and other court proceed- ing*. I aay fine men and woman, beeauae you hav* exercised patience and endurance that haa challenged that of th* man who laid: "All the daya of my appointed time will I •rait until my change cornea." You have realized that there Ii enly one thing to do with bitter ex- periences, blunderi and unfortunata mistakes or with memories that Worry us and which kill our effl- eiency and that is to use them as atepping stones to a grand succesa. May we n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1932

r PAGE EIGHT SAN ANT 0 REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 25. 1982. MISTLETOE Buiien. THE MAGIC FLAVOR. OF FINE COOKERY Dental Hints friendship baptist church . General Talking to the Clouds tu„ .it.nrlmrp at Sun<l«v school. C "Dat's 'de Buttah Wc Uses!" —and Lawdy, what a difference it does make in 'de flavah!" . . . Drn't criticise the cook if you think she is too liberal with the butter Butter is the magic of her deliciously flavored cooking. It gives a luscious goodness to all cooked dishes that cannot be obtained with compounds or butter substitutes. At present prices it is economical to use Mistletoe Butter for every cooking use. Try it with your favorite recipes. MISTLETOE BUTTER "The yjlagic Flam of Fint Q^tery" u The attendant* at Sunday aehool m July 24 was greater than for many w, months. The auperintendent and & teachers are interested and much 'P benefit is being derived from the I splendid lessons. Speaking meeting featured the ^ morning service and practically •*-, ery one ...

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

1 Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* Aktomo register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 18. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1932. 5c PER COPY Grand Master Davis Expresses Deep Gratitude Houston, Texas, Because of my inability to write each of the large number of friends and supporters of my administra- tion as Grand Master of the United Brothers of Friendship of Texas and Sisters of tha Mysterious Ten, I am using the columns of our Col- ored Papers to express my sincere thanks and deep appreciation to the following for their love, sympathy counsel and support during the time I have been leading the con- stituency of our noble order. First, may I say that language fails me when I would express my deepest gratitude to the sisterhood of Texas. They have watched for ma in the gates of the Garden of Gtthsemane. They have prayed for me at the cross and they stood at the door of the sepulchre and helped me to rise ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER f KlUAY, AUGUST 5, 1932. Del Rio News Taylor News NtwBnuwfjhNm\' Wi,da" BW Var'' The Bethel A. M. E. Sunday School gave an entertainment Sat urday night to raise The Sunday School leison was funds for discussed •' Allen Chapel, church expena,.. They were very;*". J. G. Gilford reviewing the .ucceuful and raise,I the amount >« "• At U a. m. the Missionaries took charge with a Missionary les- nd class meeting. Deeded. At. Mt. Olive Baptist Sunday night, Bible les«on was taught by Mrs. A. H. Mckee since the pastor wasn't present. The lesson was very interesting and en- joyed by all. The Junior choir ren- dered the muaie for the service. Little Miss Mary Alice Chancy left for San Antonio and plans to Itay. Mr. Jimmy Parks of Austin spent Several days here. Church |50n Mt. Calvary with Rev. H. Mc- ' Crane, the pastor, carried out serv. ices as scheduled for Sunday. Rev. Ruffin was on the scene Sunday at Mt. Arie with two able i <ermons. Sunday achool a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE * SPORTS & PAGE Hitting Makes Hawks Bow To Senators Tha Chiropractic Hawks, (white) •f San Antonio reported to be a food match for the Auitin Sena- tori, fell 'In line with the many teams beaten by the Senatora Sun- day at Sam Houston Stadium by losing a double-header. The Sena- tors this year are accredited with • record winning streak, having play- ed 64 games, tied two, lost two, Winning 60. In the firit game Smith kept 16 kits scattered ao as to allow only b runs. Gregg in the fourth frame parked a circuit clout that was longest ever hit in S. H. C. Stadium which resulted in one score margin that won the first game. Johnson ia also accredited with a home run. Allen, a young pitcher whose tide arm apeedball was found only « safe times ia proving to be a 'very effective pitcher. He won His game 7-2. • First Game— J HAWKS, 5 AB. R. H. E. ■Dickerson, at 5 2 3 0 .Granger, cf 5 13 0 Dietzel, lb _ Vielock, 3b _ Koch, If Ward, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

* F fAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER r \ Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Published Krldaj o( Each \\>«k by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Off let t- LOHUBTcr St. Phone Lrockett 1UH6—I*. O. Lio* 372 San Antonio, Tt\« hntered ■« MCOnd-daM mattrr May S, 1M1. at the pott olHt a at San Antonio, under Art ol March 3. 18.3. \.lvertlslns ratei lurnl*hed on requeet. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 ear, 12.00: S monttia, II lul Mailt lopy. X, National Advartlalns Hep rr r ntatlvn, \\ . It. /Iff (U>., I .111!' ad1'. .New \ork, 1m AnRelei, Rncheiler, han.aa City and l.aS"e, tiold l^>a t. Atrlca VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-Genersi Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland- W. L. Walker— J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre- _Contributing Editor Contributing Editor - Advertising Manager Circulation Manager All ne«s matter should be tn our office hy Wednesday noon to anrear In curr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1932. mp' i SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE MVE Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law, 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. J. BARNHILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Prictica In All Court* Criminal and Civil Law Divorce Cases and All Matters Confidential 301 E. Commerce—Tr. 3339 Entrance 10S Ronham St. R, A. CAMPBELL Attorney-at-Law I'piUirg, two blocka from Jos- ke's. corner of E. Commerce and Bonham SI*., San Antonio, Tex. Phone Travis 3339 Reaidence Cr. 7737 W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr.^SS The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wrr. & ESTELL BARNES, Props. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 726 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 6081/2 E. Commerce Cr. 6310 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST MRS. MAYME J. BREWER Office Assistant Weekly payments can be arranged 608Vt E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phont Travis 1494 — — Ret. Phone Travis 9833 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day or Nig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

r! PAGE SIX SAN ANTON'10 REGISTER FRIDAY. AUGUST 5,19?2. Society Clubs X Personals Week-End SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Friday and Saturday Specials! WOODBURY'S Facial Soap. 25c Size 17c IODENT Tooth Paste. 50c Size 31c PAI.MOLIVE Shaving Cream. 35c Size 24c HIRES ROOT BEER EXTRACT, 35c Size 2fic ODORONO. 60c Size 30c INGRAM'S Milkweed Cream. 50c Size 36c INECTO (Noto\) $5.50 Size .$4.38 VICKS NOSE DROPS. 50c Size -33c JAVA RICE POWDER. 50c Size 35c LACTOGEN. $1.20 Size 98c lERGEN'S LOTION. 50c Size 32c Nl'JOL. $1.00 Size - 59c S. S. S.. For the Blood. $2.00 Size $1.67 LISTERINE. $1.00 Size 89c VASELINE HAIR TONIC. 45c Size 33c O'JAY'S BEAUTY LOTION, 75c Size 59c PEPSODENT. $1.00 Size 72c MODESS. 35c Size 17c PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMP.. $1.00 Size 89c IAD SALTS. 85c Size 54c PSYLLIUM SEED. White. 1 Lb 39c FANS, Gilbert 8-Iuch, Guaranteed $3.69 FANS. Gilbert 10-Inch Oscillating $7.95 DRYCO. Hospital Size -$1.89 SQl'IBB'S MINERAL OIL. $1.00 Size 59c BOST TOOTH PASTE. 50c Size -33c SLOAN'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

FRIDAY. AUGUST 5, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN North American Waterfall That Beats Niagara 'Tom Brown of Culver' at Majestic The spirit ot the younf fijbtin* American youth <■ b i« theme of "Tom Brown of Culver" the ecreen attraction now ihowing at the R. K. 0. Majestic. The colorful and NEW SOCIETY FORMED HERE Quite a number of Negro citi- tens in answer to a call made thru the press several days ago, and through other mediums, met on the roof of W. H. Leonard's Drug Store at the corner of South Pine and Iowa streets. The meeting was called to order by Putor F. C. V. Foard. The purpose of the meeting was then stated, the assem- bly went into temporary organiza- tion, electing the following officers: Pastor F. C. V. Foard, temporary chairman; C. H. Long, temporary secretary. The platform of the or- ganisation was read, which con- aisted of sixteen planks. The assembly after adopting a platform, entered into permanent organization, the following persons «vere elected as o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 August 1932

PAGE EIGHT if" S A NAN TONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 5,1932. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. S. Hackberry A Nebraska I Rev. R. J. Jordmn, pastor BETHEL A. M. E. CHl'RCH Dr. C .Harold Stepteau. Minister f Sund y School opened at 9:15 Funeral services for Mrs. Mary , m vrith a very lively discuision llackey, a resident o( this city, 0( t|,e lesson by the teachera and were conducted at 2:3rt o'clock pupiU. Our Sunday School Con Thursday afternoon, at First Bap- vention is to be in the first week | tist, with Reverend R. J. Jordan in September and several dele- officiating. Interment was in La Kateg among the young people were Vernia, Tcxa*. elected to thia convention which Mrs. Maokey who died on the meets in Corpua ChristL 24th of July after a brief illness, At th, n o'clock service, the pas- was a native of La Vernia, Texas. tor delivered a very wonderful She had been an employe of Mr. ,ermon, "How to be useful and and Mrs. Stafford, for more than Harpy" to * appreciative twenty-two year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 August 1932

I Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* Awtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas I VOL. II.—No. 19. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (Br v. c. b.) Gootrnor, Be Fair Atlantic City and Elks Convention Houston Firm Making History. MAN FINDS HIS WIFE DEAD Governor Ross Sterling, prob- ably slipped up a bit in the con- sideration of the cases of the last two race men executed at the State Penitentiary early Wednesday morning. Richard Johnson, convicted of murder, and with a considerable criminal record behind him, de- served to go. The case of Richard Brown, not cf habitual criminal tendencies, •hould have received more favor- able attention. Brown was convict- ed of robbery by use of firearms and the death penalty assessed. Looking back over criminal an- nals of Texas since the crime of robbery by use of firearms was made punishable by death, we are unable to find a single instance of where ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 August 1932

PAGE TWO kN TON 10 REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1982. Td)lor News Bracketvtlle News Where the World's Greatest Athletes Arc Living pastoral Sunday school was well attended and a good collection with class No. 1 as banner class. Lesson was re- The Sunday School lesson was Sunday was regular food and reviewed by Supt. Allen. ,|,y ,t St. John Baptist. At 11 o'clock Rev. Gilford filled the pulpit and adminiatered the Lord's supper. The League spon* aored a very good program and at night. Rev. John Whitmore preach- viewed by the pastor, Rev. Fennel, •d an able aermon. I At 3:30 p.m. tha pastor preached The service at Mt. Calvary was Zjon ^ ht ,(rvice Vood and wel attended from the Sunday School to the night service. K«od. A program *««nder,d Rev H McCrane delivered two by the Junior choir. The paator morning and eve- preached a wonderful aermon to a School and B. Y. P. crowded house. i Sunday tchool at Mt. Gilead pened on time. Supt. J. H. WiW good messagt ning. Sunday V. excellent. At Mt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 August 1932

I FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1932. SAN 'ANTONIO REGISTER PA(i£ THREE * SPORTS PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World Th« Olympic! have come and World's records have been shatter- ed right and left with our own Eddie Tolan being a hero by win- ning the two «hort dashea. Metcalfe has the consolation of knowing that Tolan could not make the Ameri- can squad four years ago and his- tory may repeat itself in his case. Four years from now, he may be crowned the world's sprint cham- pion. We wonder whether Eddie is any relation to Earl Tolan, who used to announce the baseball game "All the Cracker jacks will be there." Just to think that Ed- die's trip to the coast was financed by friends. He amply repaid their' confidence. Let's not forget Gor- don. Although the papers did not play up his victory, he also wears the olive wreath. Out of the 11 first places won by the United States our lads captured three of them. We heard over the radio, Dean Cromwell, track coach of Southern California, asked the q...

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