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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1932

T*' w**mhi i— rr PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rtTOAY SEPTEMBER 80, 1932. Explains To ^hite Critics Background of Negro Music (grim -Reaper St. Louis, Mo.—(ANP)—In the presence of St. Louit' most exact- ing white mu ic critics, Antonio Lea Haskell, graduate of Michigan Vnivmity School of Muaic, gave a Itctura rtcital on Negro Folk mu- lic, last Friday evening, at hia home, 4329 Enright avenue, pre- senting a number of his own com- positions. The occasion was an exhibition «f what can be accomplished by a person gifted with voice and talent and willing to study. In the Negro Spirituals, Haskell showed how utterly impossible it is for anyone but one of hia race to do justice to this characteristic aongs. His ex- planation brought out the humor- ous quality of the spirituals, while maintaining that atmosphere of reverence and pathoa which sur- round their origin. Prof. Clay Ballew, director of music at Washington univeraity; Pr. Joseph Oustaf, of St. Louis Symphony orchestra and Miss...

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

mBNNPi k Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Saw Ajvtojvioregister RIGHT • JUSTICE • ROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 27 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. QB£R ^ ig32 5c PER COPY BUSINESS and — (As compiled hy (he Associated Negro Press with the (-operation of the Department of Commerce, the — National Negro Business league . and other reliable agencies.) UNIVERSAL LIFE ItiURANCE COMPANY ASSUMES WOODMCl OF UNION AFFAIRS GENERAL BUSINESS MEANS WORK FOR GROUP WasWngton.—(ANP)—While it Is admitted that the coming winter is going to be a season of consider- able distress for the unemployed because after the many months of living from savings, by the sacri- fice of one's possessions, and for many, upon charity; it is pleasant to contemplate the many signs of renewed business which means eventual ivnployment for all. Newspapers, arc true reflectors rf our national condition, whether that condition be good or not so good. This is especially true of ...

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

PAGE TWO Ta\lor News IS civ Home for the Post O/iice Department. THIS la th# architect'* drawing of the new $10.01*0. lurtraent building, which I* now under conttn m Toft Olflce de- a at >\a hington. the cornerstone of which *« laid by President H«wor ' n 2d. The new building la on Pennsylvania atcnite nod fa«'ea^ ^ Commerce building. (Iraham, Anderaon, Prob t and White •re the architects. her huaband. Bill Sima, president tery Lovera Club requ< enc# of member* at a pirtv given | 4 t \ come to bnnf you the new* or our at his I Smith sounded the whistle for the | 2. Mr. Shannon iHves to ■bout 20 huskies answered the call. They were as follows: Line center, Rey "Babyfacc" Pruitt; guards, fcmty Jackiusu Clarcijce Lewis, Ed- die Johns*nJ l'1l* '-Til; tacVW JUywond "tt«hop"!...iton, Willie ~*Wounmr" Never*. WkfWSn rhicat.i Seguin News Austin News Prominent School Principal . The fun«rat| Ha. Auto Mishsp fr., who died Hi essor H IV. . 1407 l""*r MjAh uis hit* ining, Sep- of his lis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 October 1932

r" } ' —v—w • rr-r- ' ' ' '7* FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1932. SAN ANTONIO PAGE THREE # m w SPORTS PAGE S^toreTS^! FRIDAY - SATURDAY SPECIALS SPORTS TALK Paris Sees Its First Ostrich Rodeo By REUBEN M'KINNEY Thi« Saturday we find the open- In* of the Southwest Conference with Sam Huston going to Lang- •ton. Thii game may determine the real itrength of Sam Huston, who it, along with Texai College • dark hone of the conference. Thia columnist believea that the championship of the conference will rely on the outcome of the Wiley and Prairie View game. Al- though Paul Quinn, not a real con- tender for the conference cham- pionihip, will furnish plenty of hard competition for the confer- ence teams. For a secret reason, I am pulling for Sam Huston to beat Langston Saturday. • • • Well, ladies of the sport world— Ban Antonio may have its big foot- ball classic December 3. Maybe Wiley will meet Sam Huston here, ao get ready, not to show your new j winter togs, but to learn football. The game will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 October 1932

wjM'", m1 * PAGE FOUR 8 A|j 'ONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7,1982. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Juitici and Progrett Published Friday of Karb v\t«k by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS olflrf Louimfrve St. *hon« Cathedral 1731—P. O. B«a 37J San Antonio, TexM tOKrad •> Mcond-dau mittrr Slav I, 1931, at the peat olllca >1 San Antonio. Taiaa. under Act nt Mann 1. lH7i . \d«rrmm| ratea turnlibid on raqitrit. SUBSCJU1TIUN Hates: 1 year. SxtHi; ! montha, 11.25; Untie Copy, te National *d #rtlalll| Hepreaentatlvea, ^ H. Zltf C .. CAIcel*. New ^ork, li*a Anielet. Rocheiter. han*a> city and t.a|oa. Oold Cooat. Alrlca. VALMO C. BELLINGER. Preiident-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-Gsnsrsl Maniger MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland- W. L. Walker J. A. Jamea P. E. Mclntyre_ .Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor _Advertiiing Manager . Circulation Manager All newa matter abould be In oui office by N\e,1neartay noon to appear In rurr...

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1932. BAN ANTONIO KlgTt.p Cutro News Lockhart News PAGE FIVE Business Directory W. J. BARNHILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Court* Criminal and Clrtl Law Divores Caaes and All Matteri Confidential 301 E. Coat.. Garfield 4041 Entrant* 10* Bonham St W. L. Walker NoUry Public 1630 E. Houiton St Phone Garfield 0078 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wir. A ESTELL BARNES, Propa. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 725 S. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 60814 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payment* can be arranged 608Vi E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Aniwered Day or Nifht Rea. 1727 Hay* St. - Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tea. •h. Ph. Gart. OHM—of. Ph. Kan MM Offlca ttJVi W. Ccmmtrci St fUa. 3102 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OMTtTRICAL SP1CIALIIT (Child Birth) Hour*: a.m., 2:30-7 p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mailing addret...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 October 1932

FACE SIX Society CI ibs FREE FOOTBALL Sl.ftfl KontbaW FRKE ith • *5e pi. hnttle Mi AnliMVtic Solution it S9e Toolh Paste, 60c size Forhans 12.00 S. 8. 8. Ton if . ... S." c Jid'« Salt* fir>c Pond'* Cream* .. .1.V Lyon'ii Tooth Powder $1.00 Nujol — --—--- Vick's - : *>Of Sal Hepatira - - " (V I't. Rubbing \leohol 7'r Drvco 2." c Maris Talcum $1.00 Lucky Tiier Hair Tonic Halm, the 75c size 39c *1.67 air 19c 24c fiSf 24c 45c 24c 49c 17c 59c Bengue 59c 40c Cantoris - ....——« 25c Frrnamint ... SOc Hill'i Caacara Quinine ... *Ac Mulsified Shsmpoo ... —.. . , 30c Spiro Powder W Quinine Tabs. bromo .i( c«iM 60c Murine for Eye* SOc Mrnthnlatum —— .—.. 50c Hind's H. & A. Lotion 50c Sal-o-Mint for Teeth —.. 64c C.loetoria ... ... . ■ Nose Drops 26c 17c 19c 42c 21c 21c 4fcc 21c •IV 26c Mr Vick's 50c size 36c J 0c Aqua VeJva .. $1.00 Warn polo* C. L. Oil SOc l-i Blanche Powder .. $1.00 Mcl)o-tflo Po*der .. fi.>c Barhaaol for Share .. .16c 77c 79c 79c 44c Roxbury Syringe or Bottle 47...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 October 1932

m FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1932. SAN ANTONIO LadiesILucky! • • • If you wear Shoes size 8 and 9 Just received 300 pairs with nice dressy heels, in kid and patent leather, values to $6,00 $185 Max Polunsky 118 W. Houston Oppoalt* Strand Theatre Roval Portina Club Tha Royal Portina Club held their meeting Sunday evening at the home ot Mr. E. McNeal. Mem- bcra preaent were Meaara. Albert French Jr., Everett Barkadalc, Wat tar Wilaon, James Doraey, Albert Brogden, Steve Chandler and E, MeNeiil. The hoit served in the uaual "Royal Portina" atyle. N«*t meeting T^ill be with Lorenzo Bum- brey. Alaruo Social Club The Alamo Girli met Thuradaay night, September 20, at 622 South Pin* atreet, with Mia* Daiay Dean Jonaa aa hoateis. Buaineaa meeting waa opened on time with eight member* present. A new member waa added to the club. Plans were made for the annual dance. A de- lirious aandwich courae was served ■t the conclusion of the business session. Twelve Dragonetts Social Club The club met at the ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 October 1932

Y PAGE EIGHT SAN )uio register friday, october 7, 1982. Bis: Program at MAN NABBED Library Auditorium S|. 11 |N(; DOPE The great choir. Glee Club and Bryant Cox, 1001 Capital street, Soloist Revue to be staged at the ss trapped early thia week by Colored Library Auditorium Tues- narcotic agent? ami City Detective day night, October 11. at 8:15 p paul Massey when he «as arrested m. promise? to be a huge su- i* the intci ection of tommci.. The tickets are on a e now a! and l'h. 'nut street". and filed on Leonard'^ Pharmacy ar.d at vaiii : ' for pedcllii'C dope. It i< allege , that churches and at the auditorium. h> means of marked money it was Two th<1:-:it'.«i ] pie .ire expected (i!i<tvvered that i had been oh- to throrg the library on Mat night' ta.ning : ari <: ich on prescriptions to offer applause for their fa> riti and periling them out as dope, ac-i cast. Fifteen leading N' e g r oj u.rdii k. to informal n obtained churches are taking part n this from the arr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

AMERICA'S GREATEST COLORED DANCE AN RADIO ORCHESTRA TO BE HERE OCTOBER 28 Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sam ATsfTomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 28 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, RtlDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1032. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C B.) Houston Factions Unite, Learn From Jimmy De Forest- Communism Failing Among Negroes NEGRO VOTERS OH FOR MRS. FERGUSON The newspaper fraternity, | as well as the citizens of Texas generally, are proud to learn of the cessation of that Announcement has been made verbal battle, between Houa- this week by Frank K Lewis, pop- ton's two weeklies, the In-jular Undertaker and Funeral di- former and Defender. j rector, that Mrs. Mavme J. Brewer. There was no issue in- volved, as far as the public] was concerned. The only vis-! ible cause of such a contro-j versy was personal enmity j and a seeming desire to wreck the existence of each other. All of which was base and eco- nomically u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

' PAGE TWO SAN ANTONio REGISTER FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14,1532. // DON'T GROW OLD BEFORE YOUR TIME #/ WARNS FATHM Of NINE Chicago Man Makes Important Statement Regarding Family Health Medical leaders say that men are lacing their vigor and strength at an early age now due to improper living and nm-down organs. Mr. Lindsey of Chicago, the hearty, vital father of 9 lusty children, wants to tell all his friends and neighbors the secret of maintaining health and manly vigor. "At fifty," says Mr. Lind- wv, "a man should be in his prime, not weak and un- healthy like a lot I know. ^"hen a man reaches a certain age he should take something once in a while to keep the system clean and the vital stimulated. To do this I don't know of anything better than a famous laxative compound ealled Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It can be relied on to do the work." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is always recommended where bodies have grown tired and sluggish, and a body-builder L Mr. amd Mrt. Unity tj CMieafo, jt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

mr? iWK T 1 • rRIDAT, OCTOBER 14, 1932. san -anton-to register r\C,F, THREE A A SPORTS PAGE Tright Beats Flowers By Narrow Margin Decision Rendered On Points. Wright'g Strong Finish and Clever Cinch Give Him Edge; Bayou City Boy Good. Bjr Jones Hall Promoter Charlie Drake of the Leonard Athletic Club opened hit indoor season of boxing Monday night, October 10, at the Recreation Center before a capacity houte with Kid Wright, the "Terror," and Braddis Flowen, a Houston ama teur pug and an all-conference foot- ball tackle of Booker T. Washing- ton High School football team of Houaton. Both men entered the ring a« champion! of their weight in the Southwest, battling toe to toe the •cheduled ten rounds as the main event, Wright being awarded the decision. But as ring-side critics had pre- dicted, Flowers provided the tough- est opposition Wright has encoun- tered here. The first few rounds found both men fighting furiously, Flowers getting the better of these rounds and accomplishing so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONI register FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress HERE THEY ARE!!!—The ,inO more or less "Pilgrims" wko poned with the President on the White House lawn after an exchange of empty, meaningless words, in which Rev Mr. L. K. Williams, Roscoc Simmons and President Her bet Hoover were the main character actors. Negroes the country over have wondered what these self appointed 01 hand picked leaders looked like—so here they are! (Note—gpscoc standing further forward than the President.) Published Friday ol bach Wrrk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olftcr (MNt' ^ fc. lommrne St *hone Cathedral 17'J1—I'. O. Bo* 37J San Antoulo, Trxaa Entered at aecond-cla a matter Mav 6, 1)131. at the poat oltKe at Sao Antonio, T'xaa, under Act of March 3, 18?b Advertising ratea furnished on requ^at. SIbSCRlPTlUN KATbS: I year. 6 months. $1.23; Single Copy, Sc National Advertising Representative*. \\ H. Hi I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

FRIDAY, october 14, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE FTVB Business Directory Victoria News W. J. BARNHILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Criminal and Civil Law Divorce Cases and All Matters Confidential 301 E. Com., Garfield 4042 Entrance 106 Bnnham 8L \V. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St, Phone Garfield 0078 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Props. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 725 S. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 6081/4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL- DENTIST Weekly payments can be srranged 6081,4 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Res. 1727 Hays St. — Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. Res. Ph. Garf. <>'. Ph. Pan. 8MI Office 813',* \Y. Ccmmrrce St. Bm. 2102 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OBSTETRICAL 8P£C!AL1ST (Child Birth) Hours: 9-12:30 a.m.. 2:30-7 p.m. Sunday by appointment ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIQ REGISTER fRIDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1932. Society M X Clubs K Personals SPECIALS-SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY CARA NOME Powder FREE with Eich $2.00 or More Purchase of Any CARA NOME Toilet Articles Kruit and Nut Bard __ ( <• Manikew Stick FREE with Tek Tooth Bruah at _ 49c Snmmeri Mineral Oil, Pint 3#c, Quart 77c Roxbury Syringe 44c 10e LUX Soap, 3 Cakes for 19c FREE 2 rake* Palmollve Soap with each 25c Cashmere Boquet Soap at .. .. FREE a 25c Tube of Rexall Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste with each !>0c Dr. West's Tooth Brush at 75c Noville Tarda 35c KLEENEX . . J 1.25 Electric Toaster Maxine t hcrncs 10c Camay Soap 25c Sol. Mereurochrome $1.50 Airarol ... 35c 49c 47c 17c Re . ..17c Be .. !7e 9Sc 25c BLACK DRAUGHT . . 14c 10e Lifebuoy Soap . 35e I.Tons Tooth Powder 40e Vaaeline Hair Tonic .. Sic Bar ha sol $5.50 Inecto - 85c Kruschen Salts .... 50c Squibb'a Tooth Paste .... lie Energinc 25c Dr. W est's Tooth Paste SOe Syrup Fifl $1.00 Wine Cardni .. 40c CAST0RIA 35c Dje...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Now Showing at Majestic Theatre Opening the fourth week of Radlo-Kaith-Orphrum new Idea in vaudeville next Friday at the RKO Majeitic if the "Greater Marrui Revue of 1032" and guaranteed to be the neaion'i biggest treat. The "Greater Marcus R«vue of 1932" has a company of fifty-two which presents the entire stage thow in a fast moving, spectacular style where at nineteen icenei are displayed in the aame time as it takei the uiual five acta vaudeville show. "The Phantom of Cresswood" will ba the screen attraction fea- turing H. B. Warner, Pauline Fred- erick, Rieardo Cortex, Karon Mor- ley, Robert McWade, Aileen Prln- gle, >Tom Douglas. Richard "Skeets" Gallagher. Most everyone has heard this mystery over the radio, now you can see it live on the screen. PIan to Attend TVoiv The Register's first Semi-Annual Cooking School and Household Bazaar, October 25, 26, 27 and 28 Library Auditorium All Kitchen Furnishing* from the Friendly Home ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 October 1932

PAGE EIGHT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1932. BETHEL, A. M. E. CHURCH Sunday School opened at th« us- ual hour, 9:30 a. m., with Supt. Mrs, L. A. Clower and her group of teachers at their potts. At the 11 o'clock service, the presiding elder. Rev. E. D. Cooper, took charge and delivered a very fine sermon which wa« enjoyed by all. His text was, "Let Jesus Into Our Lives." At the night service, the evangelist. Sister Evans of the Colorado Conference preached. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Comfr S. Hackberry and Nebraska | Rev. R. J. Jordan, Pastor On Wednesday, October 6, Circle No. 5 held a quilt contest sponsored by Miss L. E. Robinson. Preceding the contest a unique program was tendered by the men of the church. Following the program the quilt contest came to a close. The win- ner of the contest was Mrs. Bacon, who reported a sum of $13.12. A tow! jum Of 62.76 was reported by j FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH w S « i' " P"" I At School, Mrs. Curry re- km'u u * , vtowtd the lesson which v.-.s en- ! '"7CM ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 October 1932

"is Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* Antotsio register RIGHT ♦ JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 29. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1932. 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Nixon Continues Battle Negroes Organize For Ferguson Votes of Repudiation COOKING SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY MORNING Dr. A. L. Nixon, progressive phy- •ician of EI Paso, Texas, won hit auit for damages against the Dem- ocratic judges that barred him from participation in primaries in EI Paso County, in recent years. The Doctor has not only held a high place in the esteem of Texans, but has been nationally acclaimed for his sincerity, honesty of pur< pose, and devout intereat in the welfare of his people. In announc Ing to the world that he was not •eeking money, but was "fighting for a principle," a real ray of light Is thrown upon the man. Dr. Nixon is the pioneer in this fight for the franchise for Negroes In Democratic primaries in Texas; a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 October 1932

} PAGE TWO Taylor News Austin News SAN ANTONIO REGISTE1. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1932. Services it *11 Baptist, Metho- dist and the Murphy St. Christian churches were good and largely at- tended, the gospel being expound- ed in each with officers at their posts of duty. If you have friends that are true! —trade them not for the new— Leon Julian. Mr. Wm. Allen reported a nice time at the Pythian meeting in Bas- AUSTIN DAY AND NIGHT i Mr. l/ouis January', Birthday Parly I.ast Friday night the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jai.u- 'ary, 210a Longfellow street, was ' filled with many pleasures to be 1 offered at a birthday celebration. By EL-EL The perfection of an out of town Out of town guests present were: interest seem* to have been de- Dr- *nd Mrs. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. ] veloped by Missea Blanche Butler Williams, Mr. Joe l ee (ampbell land Marjorie I.awson. Localities, and Mr. and Mrs. L. H Latson also not a chance. Mr, and Mrs. Martin all of Taylor. I The man who knows—not how t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 October 1932

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1932. nA« AWTO.tlQ REGISTER PAGE THREE SPORTS PAGE STsWS>N FRIDAY - SATURDAY SPECIALS Wildcats Victors in Dallas Fair Fiasco Monday Wiley Defeats Prairie View 25,000 Spectator* See Prairie View Smothered by the Wildcats REUBEN McKINNEY ffhen Coach Lon( *nd company of Wiley, led their victory inipir- #d Wildcat* on the field they dis- played plenty of power on the de- fense ai well as offenie as the;- defeated Coach Taylor'a Panthers 13-0. Prairie View look aa a prob- able contender for the cellar posi- tion in tha Southweat conference standing, aa they were outplayed in every department of the game. Wi- ley made 16 firat down paired with three for Prairie Viey. Wiley at- tempted 8 passes with 6 complete and 2 incomplete and none inter- cepted. Prairie View attempted 10 with none completed and 1 inter- cepted. In Odell, purple and white back, Love met his auperior in puting. The game opened with Wiley kicking to Prairie View. Af- ter two attempts at the line, i...

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