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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 November 1932

wbst'EN EIGHT WBStE^O baptist church Bft. E. D. Dukes, Paator s«#rf«y School opened at the yrutt hour wlth lh( superintend- ent *t hit post of duty. it 11 a. m. the junior choir lurched in and rendered song serv- jft. The morning program wag in te handa of the Starlight Band •nd G. A. girl?. Their program was a great success. At 3 p. m. the Y. W. A. and Junior Missionary Department was ill charge. Their program alao was excellent. The Senior Mission-^ •ry Department from 1 to 6 rep-j resented and from them a very in- teresting program was given. At 6 p. m. the B, V. P. U. opened with < President J. V, Hays present. A ■picy program was rendered by the Layman League with Mr. J. Washington Riggm at the piano. The pastor preached a noble ser- mon and the church was filled to capacity. On Nov. 18 the pageant •"Heaven Bound" will be pre- tented. SECOND BAPTIST CHl'RCH Rev. 1. H. Kelley, Pastor The past week was full of re- ligious, social merriment. Each program seemed to have been ren...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

m ? .i 7 m Read Our Ads and Patronise Our Advertisers Saw Ajvtowio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS Most Widely Real Negro Meivspapei in Southwest Texai VOL. II.-No. 32 . SAN ANTONIO. WXAS, NOVEMBER 11,1932 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) The Seottsboro Decision Mrs. Wood's Advice DcPriest Re-elected NEGRO VOTERS DESERT REPUBLICAN PART The minds of American*, since the Supreme Court deciiion per- taining to the Seottsboro boys, may rest at eaae for the time being. Those who have been actively and Conscientiously engaged in an ef- fort to save those boys from death had better not rest too long, be- cause there was some strong dis- sension within the ranks of the nine justices, as to whether the de- fendants had received a fair trial, and whether the court waa not making too great an invasion of atatc rights in considering the case •t all. Once the Justices decide Alaba- ma has done its duty by these hoys, the decision of the courts of that state will stand. It is clearly Bp to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

PAGE TWO Taylor News Austin News Sorviees at ill churches of Tay-| f were good and well attended Jndav. The Willing Workera club of Lit- It Bethel A. M. E. church met at he home of Mn. R. E. Mai key. I he topic for discussion was led Mrs. EstelU Woodson. Community Welfare Association I it* weekly meeting Tuesday night Sponsors Show at the home of Mrs. William On Friday night, Nov. 18, at the Spence, 11<W San Bernard street. Community Center, a "Black and i The Hallowe'en Frolic proved to be Tan Revue" will be given, present ing a company of 24 performei:* SAN Lockhart News I 10 REe. I S T E R FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1982. Dale News These 24 performers arc support- routine of ed by 12 beautiful chorus gi , successful affair. The evening.School waa on time. ,< «s *p*nt' r*rJ pi*y'n*,in<' ot'|er' Sunday was a high day ia | h< teachers of St. John school, new conference year it the 11,7; \|rl. Urtta Hill end Miae Alma church, with Pastor Cyphers (nine ; Sheffield, attended thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1932. ""SPORTS -4 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE PAGE THREE Kid Wright Wins by Kayc in Laredo Sunday Dunbar School Dunbar School Parent-Tcaclier Association met at the school in Mrs. Garrison's room at 3:45 p. m. Officers elected for the year were as follows: President, Mrs. Wilburn; vice president, Mrs. Har- per; secretary, Mrs. Louise Ben- nett; treasurer, Mrs. Pollard; chap- lain, Mrs. Patterson; program com- mittee, Mesdames Richardson, Gar- rison, Jackson and Bennett; re- freshment committee, Mesdames Chandler, Jackson and Minor; wel- fare committee, each member. A very instructive talk was given by Mrs. Giles, the public health nurse. Next meeting will be on the third Friday in the month. HAMPTON TOPPLES ST. PAUL 9-0 Lawrenceville, Va., Nov. 11.— The Hampton Ironmen defeated a fighting St. Paul team here .Satur- day afternoon by a Bcore of 9-0. The Saints were outweighed by their foes and at the closing min- utes of the game they were weak- ening, but the refer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

i AGE FOUR r SAN ANTQKln REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress the Register was purely civic and without cost to the de cratic committee either state or national. Published Friday oi bach Wttk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Offic e 60SS b l ommrrce St. •bont Calhr.lral 17*21—P. O. Boi 372 San Antonio, Taxat i otarad at MCoad-cla matter Ma* 4, Will, at tht poat office at ban Antonio, 87tt. Ad*ertlilnii ratea furnished on rvfomt. tfcllinc t Negroes of Texas, the South, and the country over, hart proved their mettle, and taken a definite stand with effect this time, and there is no reason left for denying their full citizenship rights within the state where their titude and standing have been in doubt heretofore. Private Opinions [Publicly Expressed rw. column l« °P«i l« • "I «"■ .ir?, .rUvrUwr, to rflxuu 1.1, " t!r d«lr. to Hv. " tltklM prtntti! under BTSSi ,",rr"n'th* °t>,nton* Ufndl.Vu.*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

FMDAY, NOVEMBER 11, itWt. ON AKTONIQ REGISTER PAGE V\\ Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 007# The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, fropa. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 725 S. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Seguin News Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payments can be arranged 608Vi E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Rea. 1727 Hays St. - Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. V. I'h. Uarf. OSS6-OI. i-h. Kin. a*6l Of Iter *13% \N. Commerce SI. Hf . aioi \V. Houston fcUee\ DR. J. R. MOORE OBSTETRICAL SPECIALIST < Child Birth Hour*: a.m.. 2:30-7 p.m Sunday by appointment (Mailing rddrtsBl I*. O. ItuOll Scrrict Day or Night 8AN ANTONIO. TEXAS Phone Garfield 9358 Samuels Glass Co. 907-16 So. Alamo St. San Antonio, Texas JfrRt&hu LNGI^aving Cc V|| f'4 W P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

\ AGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER^ fRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1932. Society 38 Club s H K Personals Specials for Friday and Saturday! Woodburys Facial Soap <2. 17c >#c Phillip's Milk of Magnesia Me Ingram'. Shaving Oram .... Stc'Stillman'a Freckle (ream Mc MI Jt Tooth Paste ___ Mc Caldwell'. Syrup Pepsin Jad Salts 85c Size 50c Guimet Body Powder >1.00 Congress Playing Tarda SOc Mentholatum ... JOe Jergen's Lotion lie Feenamint Milk of Magnesia .'•Or Bicycle Playing Card* .... 75c Veraseptol ... . .... :>Oc LaBlanche Face Powder 85* Miltol _ __ ")0c Grove. Chill Tonic ... 31c Mc SOc sac 44c 54c 37c SOc 44c sac 17c Rexall Quart New Bottle 59c 47c 5 c SOc SOc SOc Mi. 31 Antiseptic Solution Pint 59c 75c Triple Stir Mineral Oil. Pt— ......... 75c 1 -Lb. I*v Ilium Seed. Black 10c Lax. Bromo Quinine Tabs. - - 15c Ender* Hinder .. , " 0c Frobak Blades Roxbury Fountain Syringe or Water Bottle 50c I pant Tooth Paste 25c Bayers Aapirin $1.00 Listerine . 55c Lyons Tooth Powder 10c Lifebuoy S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

*'KIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1932. Midnight Show for Colored Patrons at Empire Theatre J^TONI0 REGISTER Now Showing at Majestic Theatre An innouncrmrnt hu junt been «i«<le by the management of the Empire theatre, which will be of treat Intereat to the many theatre goer* of San Antonio, Tomorrow night, Nov. 12, a midnight ahow Will be given, presenting Joe Bright'a famous "Jigfield Follies" Ramble whieh will afford the pa- trons of the Empire an opportu- nity to see one of the most entei- taining stage shows comprisod of •n entire colored cast, and in this ireviewer'a mind it offers unexcelled The Barrymor* profile ia back on the RKO Majestic theatre screen thla week. The Barrymnre voice ia echoing once more to capacity houses, as the new RKO-Radio pic- ture, "A Bill of Divorcement" opened a week's run. With hi* last RKO picture, "State's Attorney," proving one of the outstanding box office hits of the past several montha, John Btr- rymore repeats in a play which made hiatory for several...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1932

rvGE EIGHT r SANANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1932. \ Lo? Angeles Girl ^ins Honors In Editorial Test '' «*• kmi pih,j Im Angeles. Calif., Nov. 11. j May congratulations have poured Is o Lucille Jones, local atudent, «h«a recent editorial was selected tnrnc tha four best in a contest of i*h school students throughout tlx nation. The editorial in ques- ts *as published in the McKinlev Tail, official publication of the Mo-! K.nl#y school where Lucille once s'nded. The McK inley faculty, the stu- * ts and classmates of Lucille k*v'* expressed themselves as being r-atly delighted at the distinction fat has come to McKinley High ahool and Los Angeles through Thi recognition of editorial ability. It has been learned by an A.N.P fpresentative that a city-wide pro- jram of honor and testimonial is to be given because of the exhibi-! t ion of such unusual ability and 'he prestige the editorial ha? brought the group and Los An-j gelea. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH Bethel is moving along nice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

'yiywr i < f « £ VOCAL CONTEST AND DANCE 10 BE HELD 1HANKSQVING NIGHT Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers SATsf AWTOTflO REGISTER RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Netcspapei in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 33 SAN ANTONIO, THAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1932 6c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Throws Life Away Take Your Time Contributing Early "Len" Carter, life long acquaint- ance and friend of this writer, quit this life Saturday night, the victim of his own folly. Endowed by na- ture with powerful limbs and Sampsonian strength, he easily dominated every group with which he came in contact. This giant aeemingly derived great pleasure out of the fact that his associates feared him and that none would dare to enter into physical combat with him. It was this fear that caused peo- ple who hated him one day and loved him the next to seek refuge behind deadly weapons, whenever "Len" became angry. His oppo- nents on many occasions in the past, demonstrated an absolut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

PAGE TWO Del Rto News Victoria News A baby boy weighing seven pound* was born to Mr. nd Mn.1 Bass Saturday, Nov. 12. The baby1 favorable during the entire week has been named Andrew. Mother Various happenings occurred dur and baby arc doing nicely. more patronage. Help me by mak- ing it your duty to read the San Antonio Register every Saturday evening. If your paper is not de- The weather in this vicinity was Hvcred on Saturday evening it will be delivered Sunday morning. On Nov. 7 the Y. M. P. club held SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin News friday, november 18, 1932. | mg the week. The religious serv- h suffer, from an , She it sick Mr. Warren Kay was for a while. He was to San Antonio. Miss Josle Mae Grant Ing from a broken arm attempt to crank a ear improving. Mr. Roscoe Blanks ii on the lilt. Mrs. H. W. Patton has been se- riously ill, but is doing nicely at this time. Mrs. Hattie Brown had a stroke on her left side Thursday morn- ing. Her condition U a bit im- proved, but isn't quit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

FRTDAV, NOVEMBER 18.1982. taGE three SPORTS PAGE HIGH SCHOOLS BATTU TO SCORELESS TIE Anderson and Douglass Hi Pull Thrills By Jones Hall Jr. Armiaticc Day at Van Daele ita- dium, two ancient foes, the Douif- laas Lions and Anderson Yellow Jackets from the Capitol City met in a hectic battle, fought desperate- ly for four quarters, and when tho dust had settled and the thick of the fray was clear, neither Doug- lass nor Anderson could claim grid superiority, for the score remained the same after the game as it was before. However, Coaches Walker and Calhoun, Douglass and An- derson respectively, each felt his team should have won. The big thrill of the game was a 60-yard return of a punt by Big Ben San- ders, Anderson fullback. It seemed Its if be was sure to register r ■core, but was finally overtaken by "Red" Stewart and brought down from behind. This boy Stewart played a whale of a game through- out. Both teams had the ball in ■coring position twice, averaging from one yard to eig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1982. I EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Waiting Publlfthetl Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS lit flee b. Commerce St. 'hour Cathedral 1721—1'. O. Boi 3?*2 San Antonio, Taaas tntrrrd •• aecond~clas« m«tt«r M« . 1931. at the l* t uince St !>an Antonio, Tail^undsrAct ol M.rcn J. t#7l. Ad.rrti.ln. «tr. or. wjineat. SUBSCHIPTION HATES: 1 year, S3.IW; « mouthy I1J4; Copy, ac National Advrrtuinii Mfprmfnt«tlve , W B. /Ill to* I"ew *ork' lx>« Anialn. lUx-hetlrr Knnk.1 City n«l lasoa, >.otd loatt. Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General 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 AU iw.> matter .hould br in „ur office by Wednesday noon to PP'", Xf . matlrr must be plainly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1032. JL^LL^TONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVE Business Directory ACRNTH WANTED GO INTO BUSINESS: 100% to .KM)'; >roflt. .Satisfaction guaranteed. We itart ^M. IOKAL HLMMAGL SALK CO., #-4804, State, Chicago. VV. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 LODGK NOTICE Megular rommunfea- t I o it of t'.unry Coun- 'II Knights of Kadosh No. 11.1 will he held n I ton Id In Hall, 307 >ntfr Slrret, Tues- day evening, Dec. 0, l:.1 p. m. All mem- ber* are expected to be present and visiting brothers are cordially In- vited. If. V. ELLIS, 32*, Commander. FINLEY GREEN, 32\ Secretary. l.ockhart News The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. * ESTELL BARNES. Props. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 725 S. Pino St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608*£ E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payment, can b* arranged 608 • •> E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITION...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

■ If • ( I r I PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fHIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1332. Personals Clubs 81 X Fri. & Sat. Specials! Woodbury's 17c Rubbing Alcohol. 50e pint 24c 0. Jay's Beauty Lotion. 75c size ...54c Absorbine Jr., $1.25 size 89c MI 31 Tooth Paste, 50c size 31c Cream of Almonds Lotion, 35c size 24c ■«• ■ • Dare Wine Tonic 71* Virginia v^nm 77c Kruschen Salts, 85c size 57c Lifebuoy Soap 6c Williams Aqua Velva, 50c size — 36c S. S. S. Blood Medicine, $2 size $1.67 Mineral Oil, Triple Star, Pint 46c Bromo (£*"0 21c Petrolagar, $1.50 size —--—---98c Bromo Seltzer, 60c size — —39c Modess, 30c size 21c Jasmin Face Powder, $1.00 size ———--77c Squibbs Mineral Oil, —— 57c Gem Razor 49c Nadmola Face Powder —17c ,Roxbury Water Bottle, 2-Kt. 47c Dr. Lyons Tooth Powder, 30c size.. 24c Psyllium S«ed. 1-lb. can 37c Aotostrop Blades, 50c size --— ——39c Feenamint Size 17c Glostora, 60c size 39c Java Rice Face Powder, 50c size 39c Caldwells Syrup Pepsin, 60c size 44c Whites C. L. O. Tabs, 60c siz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1932. Health Report in Colored Schools SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER "School population (Colored) be- longing, 2,925; inapcctioni for cor rectioni, acables, impetigo, ring* worm, vaccination* and cleanli- neu, 2,822! inspection* for dental clinic, 890! dreading* for minor in- juries and akin infectiona, 1,132; athletic boy* and girl* examined by achool physician*, 125; aixth grade children examined by achool physicians. 144; number of chil- dren found with no defects, 4tt; number of defect* corrected, 43; school calls, 80; home calls, 38; emergencies, 1; clinic case*, 7; dental corrections by Dr. Hurd, 10; P.-T. A. talks, 2; staff meet- ings, 8; diphtheria toxoid inocu- lation (1) achool, 20; vaccinations (1) school, 21; weighed and meai- ured, 182; visual tests, 2.19; visual defects, 37; visual corrections, 3. Exclusions: Scabies 1; ringworm I; impetigo, 3; total, 6. Contagious calls; Diphtheria [non-scholastic), 1; typhoid fever (public achool), 1. TOMMYE E. LOGAN, Sch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 November 1932

?r TAGE ETCH! SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1982. I' INDIANA MEN ELECTED FOR FIRST TIME (By lh* AtMtiiud N«cr« Pr«M> Indianapolis, Ind.. Nov. 18. The landslide which over- whelmed Indiana and relegat- ed Senator Jim Watson to the lame duck ranks, brought an- other startling result to the Hoosier State. Two colored men for the first time in the his- tory of the state will sit in the Indiana legislature, Dr. Robert L. Stanton of East Chicago and Atty. Henry J. Richardson of Intiianap- •lis. Both are Democrat*. Despite the fact that the Negro precincts of Indianapolis went Re- publican generally, Richardson tri- umphed. He had the staunch sup- port of the Democratic mach'.ne which has been struggling to de- velop its Negro constituency in th:s ( etate and city ever since the regime •f Tom Taggart. famous Demo- cratic boss. Richardson is a well known practicing lawyer. Dr. Stanton, popular among both his own people and the foreign born element of East Chicago, is a dentis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 November 1932

:> >f sH a mm ■' Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* RIGHT • JUSTICfPROGRESS Most Widely Head Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II—No. 34. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FF«|#yEMBER 26, 1932 6c PER COPY Will the Democrats Have the Wisdom? By WILLIAM PICKENS They have now the power and the opportunity to remove the *raco question" from the realm of poli- tic*, but will the. Democrats have the wisdom to do it? Not ainc* the 14th and ltth amendment* tc the Conatitation were enacted has the Democratic Party and the aou- them whites had auch an opportu- nity to "aettle" the Negro question In politics. The danger ia that they may make the mistake to at- tempt to aettle it in a way which will not aettle the question but will inject it into politics again for another geneiation or more: by trying to curtail the rights of Ne- gro citiaens. But the way to settl-j the question for all time would be to show that the Democratic Par- ty will recognise the citizenship and the politica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 November 1932

PAGE TWO I Flatmia News WSA/WWWVWWNA/W\ 1111(1 ■ ■ ■ " Sunday was regular service day ; with St. Paul M. E. Church. The Read Your Paper newly appointed pastor, Rev. T. H. Bryant, was present and preachod forcefully throughout the day. Service* were well attended. Sunday, November 13 was regu- lar service day with St. Paul A. M. £. Church. Rev. L. A. Jones again proved himself an excellent preach- er a« well as a pastor. Rev. U. Batrman was in attendance and Wade timely remarks. j I „*K51 Mr. M. M. McVey made a busi- trip ,0 Yoaku mdurin, the news in thjs j8. Reverend and Mrs. B. Eateman , ,. ... visited Mrs. Bateman's mother in ^Ue DPC3USC thfy did Echulmburg. Friday night. Miss Jewel Re;-. Profeaaor and Mrs. McKinley, M. Figa. Mr. and Mrs. Cass Taylor folks missed and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Houston • entertained Mr*. Allie Sanders with J a surprise party in her home. After ■ "Several games of whist Mrs. Hou - •"ton served the group, courses of Iced salads and cake. Mrs. Saun- • «ler a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 November 1932

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1932 SPORTS *, > „ r Ed. Gordon of Olympics Aids Knoxville Coach Broad Jump Champion Ig Assistant to Coach Haw- kins at Knoxville College Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 21, — Coach Wallace 0. Hawkins of Knoxville College has Ed Gordon of Olympic fame as assistant foot- ball coach this fall. Mr. Gordon returned to Knox- *'"* fr°m his trip to the Olym- pics soon after college opened and has been rendering valuable serv- ice to the Bulldog squad. In the 1932 Olympics at Los An- geles, Gordon won the running broad jump, becoming intersection- •1 champion. It la interesting to note that DeHart Hubbard, who won the name event in the Olym- pics eight years ago, has • broth- er who plays quarterback on the Knoxville team which Gordon is helping to coach. In high school the world-famous athlete was a football player, as n college student at the University of Iowa he was an outstanding tr*rk athlete and won many hon ors for his alma mater. Mr. Gor- don expects to complete his ...

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