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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 August 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. AUGUST 26.1932. EXTRA DELICIOUS and no Trouble to Fix it Dental Hints NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! MISTLETOE STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM SUNDAE Try ihi* for tomghL Serve Mistletoe Vanilla Ice Cream with a plenuful topping of fresh atrawberne*or «ra*- berry preserves. The rich, creamy flavor of MiftUto* ice cream blends supremely %ith fresh or preserved fruits, and %hat a healthful, appetizing dish n makes! •LodjcuA AT VOUt DIAilll Yk Mistletoe f'etb Fmit Ice Cresmt Phone lot suggestions Look for the Miitlef* tign. MISTLETOE _t.ee. Cuuuh- FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH The attendance at Sunday School w-aa fin* last Sunday and a splen- did leaaon was enjoyed at the mora- ine aervicea. Rev. Curry preached a powerful sermon, the subject of which was "Divine Worship.'' Jun- ior and Senior B. Y. P. L\ pro- frams were nicely rendered :th IT r o u p s showing interest and promptness. During the evening atrvice, the audience was delighted with another aplendid sermon by ...

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

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajv Aktomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II—No. 22. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (Br V. r, &> Reverend While's Philosophy. Political Troubles Ahead. MURDER RING EXPOSED Reverend E. W. White, noted former Texas divine, lived up to hit reputation last Friday night, in a thrilling disiertation on "A Pres- ent Day Message for Present Day Conditions." In the n.ain, the con- clusion reached was sound and anquestionable. God la needed in every human venture, if that ven- ture it to be all that can be desired. But the arguments and reason- ing used by the Reverend Mr. White aome times ran afoul and outaide the realm of logic and straight thinking. For instance, he placet the blame for the deprettion on a "universal lack of faith in God Legion Officer Convicted of Fraud, Jailed Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 2.—(CNS) G. I. Dulaney, former adjutant of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 September 1932

PAC.E TWO SAN ANTCiNMO TlECTSTFn r RID AY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1932. T= | Del Kto News Sunday School at Bethel A. M. X. Church was very well attended, the lesson was splendidly taught and enjoyed. Mt. Olive Bapti t Church Mis- denary Society met at the church for a business meeting. Sunday night a very splendid church sen- ice was enjoyed. The sermon be- ing "Church Rally." Rev. James Fennel, pastor. Mr. Wm. Coleman, Grand Mas- ter of the Masons of Texas, visit- ed the Masonic Lodge here and had an official meeting. He also met with the Hyoines of Jer- icho and lectured. Which was very interesting and was enjoyed much. After the lecture a banquet was given in honor of Mr. Coleman. Other visitors were present. They were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilson, Mrs. Rena July, Mr. Sam July of Braoketville and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Todd, of San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Abeline Jackson is home again after spending the summer in Los Angeles. Calif. She reports a very enjoyable visit. Mrs. Annie Taylor of Tucson,...

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

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1032. SAN a NT ON TO Register PAGE THREE = J* ' ™ 't>l* SPORTS PAGE Dragonville MONROE WINS DIXIE SERIES By L. LEWIS At Drajfonville, known to eds, to-eds, coaches nd irridiron spec- tators an Samuel Huston college, the newly appointed coach, "Itty" Dalton, all-American end of Clark University, has developed among the student body that old fighting apirit known to the Dragons of '20. This young, yet efficient coach, seems well pleased with promis- ing material to report to him this fall and asks only the Spartan's change, a chance to fight it through. With eyes set on the ole Fo* at ' P. V. as well as other Southwest mentors, he promises to be thick in the pennant chase. In fact, with ' the promised array of talent and a new spirit developed by the suc- cessful coaching of Itty, the Drag- ons fire will be spread all over the conference. That old time cry, "We want a coach," has been quelled. The Big Dandy Burleson of all conference fame, Davidson, Losey, Grig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 September 1932

riKGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 19S2. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress jits resident occupants are prisoners, and with a small ex- ception, practically all of them are idle, resorting to artificial j methods of producing physical exercise in order to maintain normal health. • • • • In the institution—or prison—are enough idle men. (if the laws, unions and propagandists permitted them to dn jo) to raise and prepare enough food to feed every hungry msn. woman and child in the entire state; enough idle men to msn- ufacture footwear for every poorly shod man, woman and s«Mon«i Ad'Ttumi Hfpr'.-m.ti... h zin c ! •«•. child in the state; enough idle men to manufacture textile' tin anctlm. Roche t*r. kantas Uty and Lafot, tiold Loa t, Atrua. .liij at , I ■ —— — to clothe every raggedy man. uoman ana child m the «tite. VALMO C. BELLINGER, Pretident-Treeturer The Center of Attack Publlihrd Friday "I tact M...

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

FKfDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE FfVE Business Directory WEED CASH J Send us your old false It#th. rrawni, bridges. gold er platinum IfWflr). Highest price paid In curranry. Toledo (inld Refining Co., Box £7, To Ifdu, Ohio. W. J. BARNHILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Prattles In All Courts Criminal ind Civil Law Divorcs Cut! and All Mattera Confidential 301 E. Commcrc*—Tr. JMO Entrant* 10* Bonham St. Bracketville News W. L. Walker Notary Public 1630 E. Honaton St. Phone Cr. 7086 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden War. A ESTELL BARNES, Propt. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vfc E. Commerce Cr. 6319 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payments can be arranged 6O814 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Travli 1494 — — Res. Pbona Travis 9833 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Res. 1727 Hays St. - Office 207 H. Centre St — San Antonio, Tex. *«. Pk. Tr. MSI—or. Ph. Tr. 7M Off...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 September 1932

PAGE SIX SAN ANTON'IO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1932. Society X X Clubs X X Personals FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 10c IVORY SOAP r-ii.V •'5c COSTOLAY BAB\ CASTILE 50c PACKER'S SHAMPOO ... 10c PALMOLIVE SOAP. 2 CAKES 10c LIFEBl'OY SOAP t50c MI I.SIFIED SH AMPOO 25c GERMICIDAL SOAP 15c IVORY SOAP FLAKES...,-- 50c MILLER HO'HOLD GLO\ES — <1 R VTH SH AMPOO SPRAYS 25c FOUNTAIN SYRINGE TUBING 25c POCKET COMBS. IN CASE —. 10c ANTI-COLIC NIPPLES. 2 for --15c RUBBER SHEETING - - 1l" WEST'S TOOTH BRl SH —2j£ 5c 12c 42c 15c 5c 42c 18c 10c 29c 47c 17c 10c SI.50 50c DR. 35c MODESS SIT")'ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR *1-29 50c MILLER Rl'BBER CLONES 29c RUSSIAN -- 75c HAIR BRl'SHES. PI LLMAN 75c NO. 227 RADIO TUBES .... SI STATIONERY, WITH PEN ... $1-50 AGAROL SI. MINERAL OIL. HEA\ N fiOc SAL HEPATIC A 5fc M IjSi ^OK^ MAC^NESI A~ PI RETEST I S5c J AD SALTS <51,50 SOMMERS ALARM CLOCKS 35c WHISK BROOMS ------- -- 50c PROPHYLACTIC TOOTH BRI >H - 85c OLD ENGLISH FLOOR WAX 35c ENERGINE 35c SWEET DR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 September 1932

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2,1932. "Back Street" at RKO Majestic "B*ek Str«et," from the pen of Ftnntc Hurst, li now showing at tht RKO Majaatic >• featura num- ber four of th« RKO Greater Show 6aa on. "Back Street" it one of the (raateit women noveli ever writ- ten by Finnic Hum and nude into a mpreme living thinf. It frtnkly telle the dealinfs of * women try- ing to hold her men without mar- ri f* vow . Here a etory of wait- ing, and hie, a story of taking, while both are kindled by the lightning of passion and dominated by the thunder of events and tells an intensely affecting story of a woman who gave up everything in her life for love and a man who gave nothing but love. The pic- ture sheds a new light on the "eternal question" and you will sit spell-bound and follow the unfold- ing of the plot with breathless in- terest. The leads are handled perfectly by two well known celebrities on stage as well as the screen, Irene Dunne of "Cimarron" fame and John Boles of "Seed." They arc supp...

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

PAGE EIGHT Great Clean-Up , BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH 'Dr. C. Harold St«pt* u. Mintaler <q1o Is Now On Sunday trvice« and th weekly ale is inow wn htV( b(en conduc„(i by ~ ' I the great tvangelist, Si t«r Bas- Shaanfiald Bros., the largest Etch niKht crowds have Army goods store in the aouth, at jj^tened to the wonderful aoul- 212 East Commerce Street, have jtirring sermons and the gospel started into the.r second big week hymns sung. Many personsi hive . ... . „„ ..i, ufr. been converted and joined Bethel of the.r great clean-up sale. Mer ^ ^ o( .h# fjty Th, chandne has been marked down | jj(vjvgj j, atj|) join, on and the tremendously with abiolutely no i spjrjt j, g ming ground every ragerd as to cost. They have hun- night. dreds of wonderful values where The presiding elder. Dr. Cooper, for vour dollar you can get more will visit us en the .1st and —nd than in other establishment in the during the closing week of our city. Thousands of satiafied cus- unniversar. and we expect a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

mm "i1",1 • * 1 w ^qwy.ig aMBff Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajw AKTomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 23. SAN ANTONIO, TBXM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) 1. Godfrey vs. Johnson. 2. Institute Week. GANG THREATENS BARBER Again the race has produced a man, exceptionally good at the manly art of self-defence, who ii approachable and a lober thinker. George Godfrey, ii perhapa the unluckleit fighter gentleman of African descent, yet to come upon the fistic horizon. Cool headed- ness, buiinen ability, and a aen>e{ of propriety, immediately manifest; themielves as a conversation gets under way with this mammoth piece of fighting machinery. Investigation divulges that God- frey has made money and that he is attempting to lay it away for the day when those big fists will no longer react and coordinate with EUELL LEE TO GET NEW JURY TRIAL Preacher Runs for Congress as Democ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1932. Bracketvtlle News Sunday wis regular pastoral day at St. John Baptist. Sunday School opened at the usual hour. Class No. 1 received the banner, lesson Kennel! Taylor News Photographed the Kclipsc in Color Services at all the churches of Taylor were carried out by pastors and officers. Attendance was good at each church during Sunday. Sac- reviewed by Reverend] rament was administered at Allen Night service was cut Chapel and in the afternoon thej short by a steady downpour of I Missionary sisters of Mt. Ariel rain. The pastor's sermon of the j held their meeting. The young Ten Virgins demonstrated by 10; people's department in each church young ladies will be repeated on, is still functioning. the next pastoral day. Correction: Mr. Noble Boldcn Mt. Gilead Sunday School opened w„ not , member of the class of on time. B. P. L. and night .1926 at Samuel Huston college. He •trvica were good. j wa, 0f thf cliM 0f igjfl at Black- Mt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 0, 1032. SANANTOXIO register SPORTS PAGE GODFREY WINS BIG BOUT Clark Toy in Hands of Master Boxer in Border Fight on Wet Labor Day Small Crowd Sees Gory Mixup as Heavy- weight Champ Lays Opponent to Rest By B. A. ADAMS, JR. With whiskers decorating a rather flabby face, George Godfrey, the uncrowned heavyweight champion of the world, defended his colored heavyweight championship crown Mon- day night, Sept. 5, in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and left the ring possessor of the coveted $500 gold ruby-studded belt donated by the Bohemian club of Nuevo Laredo when he knocked out Roy "Ace" Clark of Georgia, the leading chal- lenger for the crown in five rounds, i It might have been in the second The crowd roared back with a re- round, but the massive man from; markable ovation. Pennsylvania played with Clark1 The officials were for the main ..... , , ,| event: Fred Maly, referee; George until11 minute and 45 ucondi of Huntr... ,nd Kred Mosebach, the fifth round when with a shor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publlfthnl Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflca t Commerce St. Phone Cathedral 1721—P. O. Bo* 8TJ San Antonio, Texas Kntarad as econd-cla>* matter Mi* &, l'JJI, at the pott office at San Antonio, Te&aa, under Act of Marcu J. 187'J. Advertising ratei furnlthe.l on request. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1 year, feOU; « month*. 11.23; Single Copy, 6c. National Advertising Hepre*entatl*e , \S. b. Zlft Co., rhicago, New \ork, Los AnReles. Rochester, Kansas City and Lagos, Oold Coast, Africa. teaching of racial prejudices by the state, etc., are serving to weaken respect for the constitution by the youth of the white group. They are contributing causes to white youth delinquency, which will make itself manifest more and more as time passes on. Maybe two years are too short for the need of divine help to be alarming, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1932. SAN ANTONIO]REGISTER Business Directory W. J. BARNHILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice In All Court* Criminal and Civil Law Divorce Catei and All Mattes Confidential .101 E. Com., Garfield 4042 Entrance 106 Bonhsm St. "Little Stories £r Bedfim to ThomfonW/ <y Itargess ^ Book Review PAGE FIVE W. L. Walker Notary Public 1630 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 007(1 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wit. & ESTELL BARNES, Propa. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 725 S. Pine St. VV. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/i e. Commerce Cathedral 1802 BILLY MINK'S MISTAKE PETErt RABBIT had bceo quite right about Bill; Slink. Billy wai hungry. He wat especially hun- gry for a dinner of tender young blrdi. lie bad eaten flah notil he felt aa If he would turn Into a Uih himself. He wat tired of (lab and wanted a change. I guess you know how he felt No matter how fond of a thing we may ba there cornea a time when our atomncha grow Ured of It Tbla la true even of candy and Ice ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

PAHK SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1932. Society Clubs H X Personals FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Ipana Tooth Paste, .">0c size Fecnamint. 25c size Mineral Oil. $1.00 size Syrup Fi(fs, 60c size, California Jad's Salts. 75c size Dryco, 75c size Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder. 35c size Woodbury's Facial Soap. 25c size Kruschen Salts. 85c size — Psyllium Seed. Black, Tri-Cleaned Say man's Soap, 15c Cake. 3 for Dr. West's Tooth Paste, 25c size Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, fiOc size Lactogen, hostipal Barbasol Shaving Cream, 65c tube Enerjtinc, 35c size Ingram's Shaving Cream, 50c size Bromo Quinine. 50c size Gillette. Blue Blades. 50c value Dr. West's Tooth Brush. 50c value — Forhan's Tooth Paste, 60c size Listerine, $1.00 size -- Mulsified Shampoo. 60c size Pepsodent Antiseptic, 50c size Syringe. Roxbury. 2-qt. size Frost ilia. 35c size _ Hind's Boney and Almond Lotion, 50c size Alcohol, Rubbing, Pint size — Dr. Miles Nervine, $1.00 size Squibb's Tooth Paste. 10c size Vaseline ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

■frttiiJAY, 8EHKMBER 9, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE SEVEN Wheeler and Woolsey at Majestic Theater A thrill that comes in life, Bert Wheeler and Robt. Woolsey in 'Hold 'Em Jail," they turn the big home into the bug house in a howling drama behind the bars pf a runnytentiary now showing at the RKO Majestic. Bert Wheeler is introduced by Robt. Woolsey as the greatest ath- lete foot and Rosco* "Stuttering1 Ates is seen as the world's only "stuttering" quarterback on s prison football team. "Hold 'Em Jail" is a fiesta of wise-cracks and situations of action that takes place in prison where Wheeler and Woolsey are members of the institution football team playing for the penitentiary con- ference championship. In "Hold 'Em Jail" Bert Wheel- •r and Robt. Woolaey poke some good-natured fun at the convict- coddling system in vogue in many prisons. In the cells to which Bert and Bob are assigned are radios, feather beds, hot and cold running water and room service for caviar and cocktails....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 September 1932

* PAGE EIGHT Negro Business Growing Steadily Says Official Newark, N. J.—4ANP)—"Negro business has been growing steadily in spite of the handicaps and ob- etacles represented by untrained j management, restricted opportu- nity, hesitant patronage and * general lack of sympathy. We have more than 25,000 retailers,' 1500 manufacturers, representation in wholesale distribution, and more than 70,000 professional and per-1 aonal service businesses. "Retailers have increased more than two thousand in the past dec- > ade, and other lines have advanced, in proportion," said James A. Jack- aon, Business Specialist of the De- partment of Commerce, in an ad- j dress before the National Negro Business Progress Association, at its first annual convention in New- ark. N. J., last week. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER IMPORTANT!! It is necessary that all NEWS for publication reach the Resrister of- fice by Wednes- day noon. News receiv ed after this hour will be pub- lished the week following. Register Pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 September 1932

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers sat< a^ftomo register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 24. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) 1. Locals Run True to Form. g 2. Remember Politics. SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY; BIG ENROLLMENT Now that all agitation and un- easiness has practically subsided, pertaining to the colored teacher* in the San Antonio Public School ■yitem, one naturally wonders just what has been achieved, and what results and satisfaction can this alleged "black board" conscien- tiously boast of? As might have been reasonably expected, dissension was sure to blossom forth, when the time came for new appointments in thi col- ored branch of the system. Espe- cially is this true, when the mem- bership of this darker "board" is placed in the spotlight. We do not propose at this time to give an open analysis and total exposure of the most lamentable conditions our good t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 September 1932

PAGE TWO Austin News Taylor News Sunday School, preaching Mr*- tt A. C. E. League and B. Y. P. I*. xrvlcti were good and well at- tended at all Methodiat and Bap- tist churches. Rev. J. V. B. Go- ings presiding elder of the Austin district held his fourth quarterly tonference for 1932. Mrs. Otis Jvpe worshipped at Allen chapel. Gammon Calls Willis J. King to Presidency By L. LEWIS A news release has just been git | joyable bridge luncheons of the sen- son was given last Wednesday att- orn'on at the beautiful home of Miss Frances Reeves, who was hes- tess to a number of ladies. Four tables ware arranged artistically in the spacious living room of her home. Mrs. Ruth Mitchell-Turner was the honored guest. Those pres- ent were: Mesdames R. M. Porter, SAN ANTON] teous and at your aervlce for i information or dutiea applying that line of work. For any Information get la eon. AGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1932. flatonia News Cuero News r tir an* imwimiuvR |n in cor. I • * m a nection with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 September 1932

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1(5, 1932. RAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE SPORTS PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World Metcalfe, the Marquette Express, Untouched by the hero worship that comes to an outstanding fig- ure in the aporti world, refused a tour abroad and settled upon re- turning to achool. Such a decision Is to be complimented. The adula- tion of the world has not turned him from his purpose—that of pre- paring himself for life, the strug- gle that ii more severe than any track opposition that he may en- counter. The Yankees are in as cham- r pions of the American League. Whoever their opponents may be in the World'a Series, they will have plenty of trouble on their hands. We somehow believe that the American League plays faster baseball than the National League, although we would like to see Charlie Grimm cash in this year. • • • In our Texas League we look for Beaumont to win the playoff. We may be wrong, but in our opinion Dallas has not the well balanced • machine that is possesse...

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