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

IGE EIGHT i. _ Marcos Man Buried Last Week •t Mn. Chester Johnson of 721 $RMjrway *ai called to San Mar- eos Monday to the bedside of her father, Mr. John Adkins, who died Jotxiay, Nov. 29. She was accom- by her husband and Mr. and Willi* Hernandez. Funeral were held from the First Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon With the Rev. Connelly officiating. •wrvivpr« are two daughters, Mrs. Cheater Johnson of San Antonio, ■H. Genevieve Pukes of San Mar- eoa; two sons, John Adkins Jr. and Adkins of Corpus Chriati. and Los Angeles, Calif., re- dely. Mrs. Veaas, Letiv SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH " Rev. I. H. Kelley, Pastor . The style show "A Night in Hol- under the auspices of the _ ate of Maryland, Dec. 2 was a •ioderful success. There will be ■j mock National Convention Dec- U Id inclusive. Numbers on the program from other charches each •right. The public it invited. '' Sunday School opened at 9:30 a was very interesting. At the 11 M. The lesson was taught very im- j o'clock services Rev. Hall p...

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

• I Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers SA7V AJVTOmo REGISTER RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.-No. 87. SAN, i TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16,19S2. 6c PER COPY EX-HUSBAND WOUNDED IN FIGHT TEXAS NEGRO NEWSPAPERS FORM ASSOCIATION'S? First Co-operative Step Among Lone Star State Race Papers Taken At Meeting in Houston MEET NEXT IN SAN ANTONIO * ———————— Definite Plans Laid by Representatives of Organs Read by More Than 100,000 Negroes; Will Give Bigger Service to Readers and Advertisers. Old Citizen Passes Away Lee Jackson, 54, died Monday night at the residence of his brother, Ross Griffin, 2021 Ne- braska street, after a lingering ill. Houston, Texas.—History was made in Negro journalism when the Association of Texas Negro News- papers was organised here last Sunday, with the Houston Defend- er, the Dallas Exuress, San Antonio Register, and the Houston Informer and Texas Freeman as the original roster of members. These four new...

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

PAGE TWO Flatonia News Victoria News Dr. J. M. Johnson h s been in tlu> folks, here i( your reporter, city throughout the week and for "Tots" Bullocks again giving you ■everal daays was confined to his vo«r home town news in the "Dear room with a slight attack of the Old San Antonio Register." flu. St. Peter's Baptist and Mt. Sa- Rev. E. J. Davis of Dallas spent lam Baptist had regular church a few hours with Rev. Jones and services Sunday and carried out the Halls. He was en route to Yoa-, their good old gospel. Rev. My- \ kum and other points. era was spreading the gospel in St. Mrs. Louvenia Green departed Peter's and Rev. Williams in Mt. this life Dec. 6 and was buried m Salem. Palestine Baptist, Mt. Cal- Waelder The funeral rites were vary Baptist and Webster's Chapel read by Rev. Winn al New Union M. E. also had nice services. Baptist Church The Ben Davis fa- The Trustee Board of Webster's neral home of Columbus had charge Chapel M. E. Church coniiits of •f the body. Mrs. G...

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

friday, december 16, 1932. ANTON SPORTS GISTER PAGE Victoria Hi Team Nosed Out of Close Game Douglass Defeats Victoria High 7-6 By JONES HALL JR. Coach Walker and his Douglass Lions invaded the Victoria Burnt)]* Bees' hive Saturday, Dec. 10, and after four quarters of a bitterly fought game emerged vict -s joying a score and incidentally breaking a Victoria jinx that has spelled defeat for them for the past several years. Douglass was han- dicapped by the loss of Carl How- ard and Henry Woods, their cap- tain, due to illness. This, however, made them determined to win. Vic toria scored first on a double pass, early in the second quarter with Hamp Upton going across the line. Trial for extra point failed. In the third quarter Douglass started desperate march down the field, which soon had the ball on Vic- toria's 26 yard line, where Wade Turner broke off tackle for touchdown. Extra point camo as the result of a line plunge by "Red" Stewart. Wade Turner played a whale of a game and wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 December 1932

Ovf * ■ •' •' i AGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publtilwd t-rtday ot bach Wtek by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Oiricf >0*1* fc. Uaimfr> c SI 'bone Cathedral 1711-P. O Box J7J San Antonio, Tcim Mntcred u wcond-claat maltrt Ma* s, mi, at Itw post orricc at San Antonio. Taiaa, undrr Art ot March i. 1B7U Ailortlnna ratn lurnlihm on rrqulil SUMCBII'IM'N KATKS: 1 year. C.IIU; « tnoniH.. IIX, Stngla Copy, tc National \dvartuina ttrprra«ritatt*r* U. *111 <>. Chicago. N«w Yor*. Lot Angrlrt. Rorbraler Katun* Oty and i-agos. tiold U>n t. Atrtca. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary . "j. W. Holland ~ W. L. Walker J. A. Janu s P. E. Mclntyre. -Contributing Editor Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager . Circulation Manager AII nr« i matter ahoutd be in out offlte by Wcrinnrfny noon to a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 December 1932

* >t-M " r FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1932. Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1SS0 E. Houston St. Phon* Garfltld 0076 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. * ESTELL BARNES, Prop*. Phon* Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 72# 8. Pine St W.V.Hurd, D.D.S. 608 i/j E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7083 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENT18T Weekly payment* can be arranged 608E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day or Night Res. 1727 Hay* 8u - Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tag. Ph. Oarf. Offlcs llllt*. Ccmrorrcr SL In. r rti. ran. Mil D merer S Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OMTBTBUUL BPXCIAI.IST (Child Blrtk) Hours: t-13:30 a.a^ 1:30-7 p.m. taaday by appototairnt (Mailing address) P. O. Boiftll Service Day er Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS [?CAND ENGRAVING CO G Port Lavaca News Well, here I am back again with my regular weekly new*. I hope everyone will have their nickol ready for the Regiater and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 December 1932

PAGE SIX Society « K Clubs , fRTDAY, DECEMBER 16, 19S2. SAN ANTONIO R He 1ST E It K Personals ALL-TEXAS DANCE ORCHESTRlPOPULARITY CONTEST OPENS Deep Cut Prices FRIDAY and SATURDAY LUX SOAP cakes 19c 60c Sal Hepatica 3gc 1.00 Pt. Mineral Oil 60c Pompeian Face Powder 50c Ipan.-t Paste 1.00 Nujol Umn'c h- & a. lotion. MRU d 50c size 50c Aqua Vein 75c Drjco 65c Pt. Rubbing Alcohol 75c MI 31 Solution 1.00 Squihb's Mineral Oil 47c 37c 33c 59c _ 33c ..33c _49c 24c 59c 59c Music Lovers and Devotees Now Have Chance To Vote For Ther Favorite Dance Band 10c 10c 47c —29c 17c _98c 33c 47c I DAVrD'c aspirin tabs. DHI Cn 3 25c size SCe Pocket Combs with case 75c 1 -lb. Psyllium Seed 50c Dr. West's Tooth Brush 25c Sol Mercurachrome 1.25 Absorbine Jr. 111 alfc nose drops. ■IvIVajOc SIZE 75c Puretest Aspirin Tabs. 100s. 1.00 Roxbury Water Bottle 43- 50c Rexall Milk of Mag., pt. "ll'l 31c 50c Innerclean ~"I ifir 10c Palmolive Soap " SANITARY 4 m napkins i3c 60c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 3qr 35c Muft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 December 1932

fAGE SEVEN El DAY, DECEMBER 16, 1932. State to Have Two Pictures on Daily Program A new policy at the State thea- tre brings to it« patron* a bigger entertainment bargain than any Ban Antonio ihowhouse hai ever •ffered to iti patroni. Henceforth, this theatre will present two pic- tures on its daily program, at no advance in prices. New shows will •tart at the 8tate every Wednesday and Sunday, with two pictures on each program. Today and Saturday, the State Is offering Dolores Del Rio in "Bird of Paradise," the sensational stage success, which was adapted to the movies by Radio Pictures. It concerns an athletic young white Bian falling in love with a native girl of the South Seas. Joel McCrea is the boy, and all the action takes place In the Hawaiian Islands. The •econd picture is "Ghost Valley," starring Tom Keene and Myma Kennedy, and tells the story of these two bucking a gang of thieves In a haunted and deserted western village. Another episode of "Air Mail Mystery" Is on the sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 December 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO I bethel a. m. e. church R*v. L. C. Wade, Pastor Our pastor ii up again and in our , fating fine. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. con- by Mrs. L. A. Clower, su- perintendent, assisted by her group tfflcient teachers. Christian Endeavor League at •:30 eonducto ! by the president, jrWilbur Miller "X At the 11 o'clock service. Rev. -Wad* filled the pulpit and deliv. •red a masterful sermon. At 7:30 p. m. our pastor again delighted the audience with an- other soul stirring sermon. We invite the friends to come «nt and look in on us Sundays jand enjoy the wonderful messages ;Rev Wade gives us. You will feet greatly benefited and uplifted ii Spirit. The midgr" wedding ha been "P^atponed until a later date. Watch Jor the date. '" The Presiding Elder, Rev. J. B 'Butler, will be with us on the 16th and Jan. 8 for his first quarterly ynferencr. We expect to make ■wonderful report. Bethel is astir and manifesting >nuch interest in the $5000 rally that has been launched by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

nM Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajv aktomo register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 88. SAN ANTONIO, Iff^HUDAY, DECEMBER 23,1932. 6c PER COPY OUTLOOK BAD FOR NATKWAL BENEFIT AND VICTORY Figures Show D. C. Company In Red 4 Million Washington — (ANP)—If all the assets of the National Benefit Life Insurance com- pany could have been turned into cash as of September 9, 1931, and the company had been required to apply this caih on the various types of obligations im- posed, upon it by law and other- wise, it would have come up still owing 14,013,678, according to the report of the condition of business, released Thursday by Receivers Gilbert A, Clarke and Frank B. Bryan Jr., and compiled by the ac- turial firm of Fackler and Breiby. Total liabilities and claims •gainst the National Benefit and its affiliate, the Standarl Life, amount to $5,076,441.70 of which *4,349,- 906.80 represent claims and liabil- ities of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTO Segutn News Victoria News : 1* The La Palom* Social Club met| Well, well, her* is "Tots" again ! With the Twilifht Charity. A com expressing the Victoria News In tnittee composed of three member,! the moat widely read Negro paper gamely: Prof. W. Thompson, Dr. jn the Southwest t. B. Friday and Mr. Henderson ( Remember, dear people, this pa- Emith to distribute the charitable. Pf ™ntain,thre eharacteristica. Namely, right, justice and prog- tlonation of the club in a way that' res*. Any paper that stands for I vol, nIIJ I'wpva — " f Ihe moat needy would be benefited, these principles is suitable for T Sit a. *: —.:U l. .a u- J.a Vam« tnivn nau'l Che next meeting will be at Mr Watson's. The nature will be so- cial. We go to press before that jneeting. - The next meeting was held at the residence of Prof. S. W. Thomp-; aon. The nature of the buiiness,: *niH your dear home town news. Well, Miss Thelma McCoy, who is teaching school In Guadalupe ; was brought home Sunday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

91 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1932. S ANJA NTO X i o register PAGE THREE SPORTS PRAIRIE VIEW DRILLS HARD FOR TUSKECEE CAME AT HOUSTON By F. A. JACKSON Prairie View, Tex.—Fresh from an inspiring: 23-0 victory over the Paul Quinn Tigers, the Prairie View Panthers, despite the anow . and ice of the past week, continued their indoor drills getting ready for the interaectional clash with the Tuskegee Tigers December 30, at the Buffalo Stadium, Houston, Texas. , The Tuskegee Tigers, making its lecond invasion in the past three years, brings an enviable record for the season, being neither defeated nor tied. Records show the Tigers to be the same strong defensive team, but lacking the usual offen- aive efficiency. Instead of the average 25 point per game as is ths custom of Ab- bott coached Tuskegte teams, all opponents were turned back with comparative small scores. Just why the Tiger has not exl.ibited more of a scoring punch this season is somewhat of a mysteiy. On the other hand, tne Panther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

I PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress rub!l fe«d Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Of flee MiVfe L. Comoif rra St Jhona Cathedral 1721-1'. O. box 9?X San Antonio, Ttiaa Bits From Week s News Pleasant Dreams fRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1032. EDITORIALS and FEATURES Enteral •• tccond-tUis matter Ma; 6, 11131. at fht poat orrtce at San Antonio, Teaaa. under Act of Man tUHSCHIPTlON RATESt Wii , under Act of March 3, l "'J Advertising rates turntahrd on request. 1 year, fiOU; « month*. fl J5; Single Copy, tc ■ \ National Advertising hepresentatlvea, * B. ZlVt Co., Chicago, New \ork, #L * Angeles. Rochester. Kansas City and L«los, bold Coast, Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER, Preaident-Tr*asurer JASPE£ T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. Jamai P. E. Mclntyr#— -Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor _Adverti ing Manager .Circulation Manager All new, matter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1932. SAN AN^OKlO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public ItSO E. Houston St. Phono Garfield 0078 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wic. A ESTILL BARNES, Props. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 726 S. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/t E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7038 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payment* can be arranged 608^ E. Commerce San Antonio, Texaa Office Pbone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M.JD. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Res. 1727 Hays 8t. — Office 207 N. Centre St — San Antonio. Tex. fri rh. Garf. ossa-Of. m. rm. sui OHIO IUV4 W. Ccmmerc* St. Rn lIDt W. Uouiton IlrMt i DR. J. R. MOORE ' oaarmicaL sriciAUsr (Child Birth> Houni t-llilt a.m., JiSO-7 p.m. Sundtr h appointment (HalUna addraai) P. O. BoxSlS Service Day or Night IAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Odand Engpavino Co 0 Best in the Master Snap Contest 'Little Stories £r Bedtim ThomfonV ). BuxtfeJS LITTLE Donald Frank Queen la far to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

I ~1: PAGE SIX SAN ANTQNif) REGISTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1932. ociety X m Club s X X Personals SOMMERS' CHRISTMAS SPECIALS NOTICE! Houpewlven' Cooperative Campaiirn. Four-for-on* vote value on all purchases till-Xmas. Buy here and Save. Xmas Candies Special $1.39 Don't buy till yiu see this doll. It's an extreme value, worth $3.50, a walking, talking, sleeping doll, cotton stuffed body, bisque limbs, unbreak- able; real eye lashes, beautifully dressed. SI.39 A $3.50 Value GIFT SET A beautiful set packager! in gold and green suede box. Contains Armand's Lipstick, Pace Powder and Perfume. $1.00 Toys! Toys! Complete assortments of popular toys at Sommers including Toy Builders, Tractors. Jumping Frogs, Steam Rollers, Cats, Dogs, Teddy Bears, etc., inexpensively priced, at 25c to SI .98 Delicious assortments of fruits and nuts — of creams and fruits — many beautiful boxes with holiday designs, all appealing to the eye. Pangharn • Ractima (iift J'arka«t W hitman a HampUr Artatyla Mmcala...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1982. SANANTONIO REGISTER PAGE &£VEN "Silver Dollar" u Showing at Empire r i Th« current attraction now show- ing at the Empire theatre li none other than the anxiouily and long •waited motion picture epic, Ed- ward G. Robinson in "Silver Dol- EDWARD G. ROBINSON lar," with Bebe Daniel*, Aline Mac- Mahon supported by a superb cast of well known screen players. In "Silver Dollar," Edward G. Robin- aon's latest picture, he is afford' cd the opportunity to take a role of a type of characterisation that his many fans enjoy seeing him cast for. In this picture he is the "Little Caesar" of the silver min- ing days and the founding of the state of Colorado and plays the part to represent the life of that famous character, "Haw" Tabor, while Aline MacMahon takes the part of his first wife, Bebe Daniels as Lily, his sweetheart and later his second wife. It is beyond a doubt one of Robinson's finest pic- tures and is bound to win him many new admirers and is the first ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 December 1932

I PAGE EIGHT Last Rites Held For Lee Jackson The Metoka and Galeda Dept of First Baptist I Friendship Baptist Church Extends Season's Greet'jr ANTONIO SAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 198*. Headed For 1933 Reaper Dental Hints Early Sunday afternoon, Fri«nd , The Metoka and Galeda depart- ■hip Church was crowded with ment of the First Baptist Sunday friends waiting to show last re- School spent a wonderful evening •pect to Lee Jackson, for whom at their annual dinner at the home funeral services were held under o- Mrs. C. Hickman, 516 Iowa the auspices of St. Elmo Lodge No. street. Officers for the ensuing' 25. K. of P. and the Sisterhood No. year were elected as follows: W 1 Grand Union of Colored Labor- R- Ross, president; Mr. Pittman, •rs. Many resolutions were read, vice president; Miss M. L. Dixon, Commendable remarks were made I secretary; Miss G. Owens, assistant by Messrs. Groos ai.d Thoe. G.' secretary; Mrs. D. lT. Carter, treas- Leighton pertaining to the honesty urer. The staff of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 December 1932

■ftiFlj mm : i Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers vassmmmmm Sajv Axttomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Head Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 39. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1932. 6c PER COPY De Priest Wins Howard Uuiversity Heating Plant Fight as Congress Passes Interior Dept. Supply Bill MOTHER KILLS SELF Chicago.— (ANP) — Despondent over her inability to provide pres ents for her two sons on account of financial difficulties, Mrs. Irene RejFBolds, 26-year-old widow, com- mitted suicide at her home, 515 East 62nd Street, here Wednesday morning. Mrs. Reynolds was found by a roomer with a neck-tie tied loosely about her wrists and a cord around her neck. She had died from stran- gulation. The coroner's jury, Thurs- day afternoon, rendered a verdict of "suickp while temporarily insane." She jfr survived by her two sons, Erqest 6 and Eugene, age 4. LUGGED AGAIN. Held for Attack on Friend Chicago.—ANP)—If the "Birth ef a Nation," Dav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 December 1932

.> • ► Sm* PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fill DAY, DECEMBER 30, 1932. SEE "HARLEM NIGHTS"«STATE NEW YEAR'S EVE LOWER FLOOR AND BALCONY RESERVED FOR COLORED—MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY SEE THIS SPECTACULAR ALL COLORE! VAUDEVILLE SH0W--15 Big Acts-All Stats... 35c 3 lO CAST HOUSTON ST SA TURD A Y ONE DA Y -ONLY- YEAR END 275 SILK DRESSES DRASTIC ^ .'rice Reductions for Quick Clearance — I \ allies to SS.fl.'i. N union Si/r* CLEARANCE ODD LOTS 82—Values to $3.95 Bargain Lot SILK DRESSES $ A (fnsational sale. Store opens at 9 a. m. Be here early. Limit one drtis to a cu-tomer. 1 38—Regular $2.95 Lapinette JACKETS $ Tans and Browns only. Sizes 14 to 20. Limit one jacket to a customer. 1 69—Higher Type—All Silk DRESSES $ 19—Formerly Priced ..$14.75 22—Formerly Priced 8.95 i 28—Formerly Priced 4.88 3 so New Styles Street — Sport Afternoon I.ovely material!, new Krinkle Crepes, Flat Crepes, every new style feature. See these Sat- urday! 27—Fur-trimmed WINTERCOATS $ 22 Sports Coats Val. to $14...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 December 1932

mm : % FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1932. SA'N 'ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE SPORTS EAGLES STILL LEADING ALAMO CAGE LEAGUE The flying Eagles of the Alamo Basket Ball League have three more gamea to play and must win only one of these games to cinch firit honori ai league champions, and wish auch stellar performers as Banks, Bowens, Haywood, Dan- iels, Johnson, Taylor, Shannon, Prosser, Harris and Crawford to choose a first five, other teams in the League will find it a tough job trying 'o stop them in their efforts to win more games. Sunny South string bean cagers are giv- ing every one plenty of trouble and may knock the Eagles out of the league lead, according to informa- tion. Thursday night the Grant Jr. quintet was forced to take on the chin from Sunny South. The game was featured by the shooting of Chandler and Taylor of the win- ner*. In another game of the eve- ning, the Central Tats went down before the Sagles, 28-20. League Standing CP W L T Ragles 8 « 1 1 Sunny Sounth 8 4 4 0 Gran...

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