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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 January 1933

W~ PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fRIDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1988. N. A. A. CP. Holds : Fine S®°«*on At Auditorium Installation of officer*. enroll- ment of new member* and several addresses featured the meeting of the local branch of the National Auoclatior for the Advancement of Colored People in its aetaion at Liberty Auditorium last Sunday afternoon. ' A large and appreciative audi- ence waa present, and very enthu- siastically received the main ad dreaa which was delivered by Ed itor C. F. Richardson Sr. of the Houston Defender, who spoke very convincingly on his subject in hand. Mr. Richardson was in the city attending a meeting of the Asso- ciation of Texas Negro newspapers. BETHEL A. M. E. CHl'RCH j Rev. L. C. Wade, paator Sunday School opened at 9:30.1 Mrs. L. A. Clower and teachers were on hand and a very interest- ing lesson was discussed. Sunday being Quarterly Confer- ence and the celebration of the Holy Communion, our presiding el- der, Rev. J. B. Butler conducted the servi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

* ■ ,-■■■ YOU'LL NEED IT! Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers S an Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Segro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 42 Georgia Jury Gives Young Communist Eighteen Years For His "Red" Activities Youth Held With Five Others for Violating Ancient Law Designed for "Carpetbag- gers," Gets Long Term Instead of Death Penalty on Jury Recommendation. Atlanta, Ga.—Angelo Herndon, 19, Cincinnati Negro who ■aid ne came South with a message of Communism, was con- victed of attempting to incite insurrection and sentenced to- day to 18 to 20 years imprisonment. The statute invoked was passed more than 60 years ago when Georgia was in the hands of "carpetbaggers." Authori- ties aaid the original purpose of the SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1933 5c PER COPY law was to prevent white advocate! of the caua* defeated in the Civil war from conspiring to overthrow the Reconstruction Government- dominated by "carpetbaggers'' and N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

PAGE TWO ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1933. Flatonta News Taylor News Tempting Death by Poison Gases f AllStlll Nflf'ff SCCtUm A goodly number was in attend-' Services at Allan C ha pal. Ml. ance at St, Paul M. E. Church Sun- Calvary, Mt, Aria, Murphy Stroet d«y. Pastor Bryant was very en tertaimni and inspiring in hit dis- course. Hev. J. M. Johnson ia scheduled to hold the quarterly conference at St. Paul A. M. E. Sunday, Jan. 22. Coma out and hear him preach. Ht masters his profession. The second Sunday in February Christian Church were carried out, by the pastors and officera with Re*. C. L. Morgsn, pastor of Allen Chapel preachinf morning and night. Hia morning subject being, "And He Thanked Ciod, Took Cour- age and Preaaed Forward." The night subject waa "H e Was Weighed in the Balances and Was Found Wanting." The weekly serv- will be Founders Day at St. Paul. r , "f . 'i . ... . ices for Mt. Ana are as follow!: A fitting program will be featured j . . T , duringthe ds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

mmm FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1938. .AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE ff" SPORTS PAGE Wiley in Form Wins Two Straight i By SNAKE WALLIS Marshall, Tex.—the Wiley Wild- tat* made It two itralght over Ar- kamas Stat* her® tonight when they romped to a 48-22 win. The viaiton, who lut night battled Wiley on even termi for moat of the game, loat the lead in th« first minute of play and were never able to catch the flying Wildcata. Coach Long s second team was sent in about five minutes before the cloaa of the first half, and re- mained until about ten minutes were left to finish the game, and the subs held their own with the Arkanaaa boys. The regulars re- turned and completely annihilated the visitora, counting twenty-five points in ten minutes and holding the Liona to five. The count was Sl-11 at the half. O'Dell enjoyed a reversal of his Friday night's fofm and led the scoring for the evening with aev en pretty field goals and one free toss, while Combs, Adams and Patterson came through with fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

><e k — PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress PufcJtilMrf Friday ol Em* Wi«fe by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflc* MtH t Commcrr* St. i Cathedral 1721-K O. Box 373 San Antonio, Texas WhyBeTimid? u anond-cl.M matter Kit 4. t 31, ml Uu pMI oftV« .1 fcan Antonio, unler Act 1 Marcb a. 1S7 " " —^ ' < Taaaa, uadar Act ol Muck II, 117i Adrtrtlilnn rain turnl h«1 on lUMCHIPTlON HA TBI: I rw, U.D. • moatb., IIJJ. m i« copr, National A(1"rtl.lns HrprrMDtltlTM. W H till U>, minis, Ntw Hark, Una Aafalpft, Raebaatar, fcaoaaa Uty and Laaoa. oold l.oa t. Alrtca. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. 1ITRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker— J. A. James. P. E. Mclntyre- _Contributing Editor Contributing Editor .Advertising Msnager .Circulation Manager All newt matter should be In our office by Wednesday noon to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1983. * e #y • SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory W- L. Walker Notary Public 1580 E. Houiton St. Phone Garfield 007« The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Win. A ESTELL BARNES, Prop*. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 726 S. Pine St. W.V. Hurd, D.D.S. 6O8V2 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payment! can be arranged 608V4 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calle Answered Day or Nifht Ree. 1727 Rays St — Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. art. Ph. Cerf. OMft-Of. m. ran. SKI Offlra W. Ommrrct St. an. SUM W. Houston ktrsat DR. J. R. MOORE oaariTaiCAL specialist (Child Blrlh) Haunt s-12js bjd., 1:30-7 p.in. Sunday by appointment (Mailing addrrul P. O. HoailS Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Rdand Engbaving Co G lp. L. MITCHELL *T GARAGE Virginia Boulevard at 8. Hackberry Lambert 22951 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

"W" PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1933. Society X X. Club s X X Personals SOMMERS SPECIAL THRIFT VALUES FRIDAY, SATURDAY THRU MONDAY JANUARY 23 BRUSH, 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush 39c Rexall Milk of Magnesia, Pint Penetro Salve, 25c Six* Jean's Brilliantine. 50c Six* _ William'! Shaving Cream, the 35c Site _ 31c _19e .33c 24c BURNHAM'S Cucumber Lotion, 75c Lotion 59c Combs, Pocket Six* with Caiv . Vick'x Salve, 35c Sixe Henna-san, 50c Six* Bromo Quinine, Grove'i 30c Sixe _10c _24c S6c _21c NOTEX Inecto, $5.00 Value $3.98 Castoria, 40c Sixe Glycerine, Suppositories, Infant or Adult Nujol, $1.00 Size S. S. S. for the Blood, *1.25 Six* .28c _21c 64c 98c LISTERINE, Regular $1.00 Sire 89c Hemroids. for Pile«, $1.25 Sixe ... Foley'* Kidney Pills, 60c Site Java Rice Face Powder. $1.00 Sixe, now Fiancee Face Powder, $1.00 Sixe, now _ _98c _42c _ 9c 85c LIFEBUOY, 25c Shaving Cream 27c Dryco, 75c Sixe Jad Salts, 86c Size Aqua Velva, 50c Size Kolynos Tooth Paste, 50c Size A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

imPAY, JANUARY 20,1888. ON THE AIR and Winncri in th* Radio Talent Dlt- tovtry Conteit tponaorad jointly by the Amsterdam Newt-Savoy Ballroom for the National Broad- raatlng company of New York, are Helen V. Francis, a soprano solo- ist, Carlyle Frederick who gave a serio-comedy mimicry of Cab Cal- loway and Louis Armstrong Arthur Landis, a baritone soloist, Pauline McHarris and Andrew Pendleton, soloists, The Three Black Notes, a unique novelty composed of ka- boo, piano and ordinary kitchen spoons, and another baritone, Jas. H. Slappy. These winners will vie for the grand final contest which will be held next Friday. The win- ner or winners in the finals of this rintest will broadcast over a na- tional book-up over the National Broadcasting company's chain. The judges for the final contest are Paul Whiteman titled "The King of Jatt" Romeo Daugherty, of The Amsterdam News, Eli Oberctein of the R. C. A. Victor records, M. Gale, ef the Savoy Balli Mm, and the fol- lowing executives f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 January 1933

- nmm rA*jCj ciiutii SAN ANTONIO REGI8TER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1988. Y.W.C.A. ENDORSED BY BEST LEADERSHIP-STARTS FUND DRIVE CHOWS, SCHOOLS, PRESS i AND OUTSTANDING CITIZENS LEND UNSTINTED SOPPORT The Y. M. C. A. drive to be launched next week begin, ning Jan. 16, should have the full monetary support of the entire community. Give and give until it hurts—then give some more!! Below is pictured the beautiful Pine St. Branch I". W. C. A.. of which Miss Euretta K. Fairchild is secretary. It needs your financial support. The Committeewomen Say: OUR JOB GOES ON. Youth Cannot Wait for Better Tints. leisure Time is Dancer Time. —1932 Service Record. Pine Street Branch Y. W. C. A. m~: C. X'whittTer, Bettie Brown through the Health Nurse. The Annual "Neighborly Service'' Christmas Tree was conducted with the cooperation of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Bexar Medical and Pharmaceutical Association. 153 received bundles of clothing, Christmas bars. and were served Christmas dainties. Faithfully y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

PAY YOUR POLL TAX BEFORE JANUARY 31-YOU'LL NEED IT! Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers San Antonio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 43 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27,1933. 5c PER COPY GALLON OF GAS CAUSES MURDER * IK State Deputy Mr. I Brackett Kinchion, State Deputy Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Texas, and son of the master fraternalist, Hon. L. B. Kinchion, Grand Chancellor, is in the city for a few weeks' stay in tho interest of directing a colos- sal membership drive and institut- ing a competitive campaign. State Deputy Kinchion, who re- sides in Palestine, Tnu, iioMni the best read and most widely * perienced of the younger frater- nalists of the state, and wherever he travels in the interest of the or- der he represents, the forces rally to his efforts almost as a unit. Ho announces a $1.00 joining fee which pays all assessments to the Grand Lodge down to April 1, 1933 and a sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 19B3. Victoria News First of *11 here is a sandwich to laugh at and soon forget—your moat welcomed "Totaology." "The S. A. Register ii a very suitable paper to read—even the Sports Talk, because my 'intimate' friend, Reuben McKinney will ■take you walk held its regular Sunday School with tonio spent the week-end with her the varioua officers there on duty, mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and all slaters were present. Four grandchildren, Nannie White, Mrs. Allien* Davis, Messrs. Floyd White, Miss Irma Tucker states that St. Peter's Baptist had five visiting friends Sunday. Mr. Gaskin of Inea made an excellent talk on living. Mrs. Girdy rendered a solo. Pales-j aivi Clarence Mumphord, also Mrs. tine Baptist, under Rev. Wm. West: Floyd held an old time turkey din- and his progressive Deacon Board n*r. Carried out good services all day. | w#n> weU> here it ToU and his The coming Sunday, which is the v> H s Ca(4 girlt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1933. ?AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREL SPORTS A PAGE KID WRIGHT CONQUERS BRADDIS FLOWERS AGAIN Bayou City Boy Leads on Point* Until Fifth Fram— fright Use* Stiff Jab to Stop Flowers in Sixth—Pre- lims Also Good. Thursday night, Jan. 19, at the Arena, prixe fight levers Wright, 160 pounds, a local price, stopping Braddis Flowers, 172 pounds, of Houston, Texas, tn the sixth stanxa of a scheduled 10-rounder, with the most powerful jab ever witnessed her*. Flowers' mouth was so se- verely cut by the blow that he had to have several stitches taken in it The first round opened up with both boys fighting like demons, giving plenty of action by trading blows often for the howling and en- thusiastic fans. In the second and third rounds both boys landed what seemed to be effective blows, how- ever both were in prima condition and the blows did not slow either up at all. In the trading of this show of blows the "terror's eye was put on a bad way which affected his sight slig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

iii ■ -ran in-1 in r - , , f i m i.« -■■ PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1933. editorials and features SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publtstwd Friday ot liarh WmS by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office b. Commerct SI 'hone Cathedral 1711-P. O. Boi 37 J San Antoulo, Tcsm festered MCond-claM matter Mr Treat, nnder Act of March 3. 1>. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: I year, 4*7 b. 1931. at the post of flea at Sao Antonio, 187) Adeertlatns rata* furntahed on request. 12 00; 0 month* 91 XS; Single Copy, ftc National Adeertlaing Hepreaentatleea, VN H. Zlff Co.. Chicago, New \ork, Cot Angeiea. Rochaaler. haiiMt Uty and Lagoa. trold Coaat. Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER. Presldent-Tr*ssur«r JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRI. BELLINGER, Secretary J. W W. Holland. L. Walker J. A. Jamei. P. E. Mclntyre- _Contributing Editor _ Contributing Editor -Advertising Manager -Circulation Manager AII ne matter mould be In out offlc. by Wadn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PACE FIVE Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1680 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0078 The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Win. A ESTELL BARNES. Propa. Phone Lambert 20041 Prompt Delivery 726 S. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608',<[ E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 (grim -Reaper Mr. J. D. Hopkins died January 20 in a local hoipital. Funeral ar- rangements pending arrival of rel atlvei. Frank E. Lewia, Funeral Director. Mr. Alamo Hysaw, a Highly re- ■pected citizen and for eighteen years a truited employe of Jami- aon Auto Supply Co., wai f-tally •hot and died in a local hoipital Tuesday, Jan. 24. Funeral an- nouncement to be made later. Frank E. Lewie, Funeral Director. Taylor News Mr. O. L. Price la working very faithfully in rehearsing a ministrel show which ia to be itaged in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hennlngton'* home was slightly damaged by flra which atarted in the living room during their party, Jan. 20. Correctio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

M0NMMMMMWMMN w**W*l w PAGE SIX «AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1933. Society SOMMERS K Clubs K Personals FRIDAY, SATURDAY THRU MONDAY 3-Diy, Month-End Specials Squibb's Mineral Oil, $1 bottle - 57c 60c Sal Hepatica ... .'■Or Retail Milk Magnesis. pt. .. 50c lpana Tooth Paste — 75c Jasmin Cold Cream .— 50c Dr. Wwl's Tooth Brush J9c J2c 31c 47c _ 29c Lifebuoy Soap, 10c Cake( limit 2) 5c $1.00 Congress Playing Cards 59c 25c Feenamint 35c Cream of Almonds — .. $1.25 Triple SUr Mineral Oil. qt- — 85c Kruschen Salts Peacock Golden SI. Cleans. Crm.— 47c 75c Turpo Inhaler, complete *ZC $1.20 Scott's Emulsion 35c Kleenex — 3.ic Energine —— 50c Alcohol, Rubbing, pint Roxbury Ft. Syrinjre, 2-qt. size —-43c 35c Modeas .. —— *1.00 Listeria* -- --——• 7!>c lb. Monogram Cotton $1.00 Corn Poppers, electric .. 75c Ooan's Kidney Pills 1 Psyllium Seed, black, 5-lb. tin ... *1.69 50c 6 6 6 Chill Tonic ... 75c Baume Bengue 50c IV Guimet Bo. Powder 35c Whisk Brooms — — 25c Penetro Salve 17c 24...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1938. Island Picture at Majestic Today Th« new program lUrtinc to- 1*y *t the RKO-Majestic theater irlll h v« two full-lenfth feature pictures, "Goona-Goona," a melo- drama created on the Island of Ball, ■ad "SHfhtly Married," • combl- utlon of romance, drama and vovnedy. The story of '"Goona-Goona,' which mean* love powder, concern* • aative prince, a coolie and hie young bride. This picture was made by Andre Rooaevelt, cousin of the late Theo- dore Roosevelt, and Armand Den- nis, research engineer for Eastman Kodak. Tt e cast is made up < lirely of half-«lad natives. "Slightly Married" is the story •f a girl who Is rescued from the "rag" line and married a moment later to a wealthy, drunken social «*bob, whom she ha* never seen before. The east includes Evalyn Knapp, Walter Byron, Marie Prevost and Jason Robards. "Darkies" "Call Her Savage" Showing at State On Friday and Saturday, the State theater continues its current showing of Clara Bow'* first pic- ture...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 January 1933

PAGE EIGHT san antonio reg18tbr friday, january 27, 1988. rMA. ENDORSED BY BEST LEADERSHIP-STARTS FUND DRIVE Chicag Enj o Visitor oys Old Haunts Prof. Jesse A. Washington, prom- inent capitalist and undertaker of Chlcaco, has been a pleasant vis- itor in the city for a f«w days. Prof. Washington il well known throughout this state as a former president of Guadalupe college, and •n outstanding business man at Martin. In his adopted home city, Chicago, he operates a prosperous business on E. 47th street. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Car. 9. Hackberry and Nebraska Rev. R. J. Jordan, paator On Thursday night, the 19th in- Itmnt, a church program was given by the members of First Baptist on honor of their pastor. The affair was quite enjoyable. The Sunday School is progres- sing nicely through its 200 member- ship campaign. The Reds, of which Miss Dixon is captain, are in the lead. This group reported nine new members enrolled; while the Blues BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH Rev. L. C. Wade, pastor. Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 February 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronise Our Advertisers Saw Ajvtowio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read !Segro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 44 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1933. 6c PER COPY Tuskegee Choir Atop Empire State Bid*. Photo shows the Tuskegee Choir as directed by William L. Dawson, in a recording for Pathe News on the terrace of the 86th floor of the Empire State Building in New York City last Friday. Radio City and upper Manhattan can be ■een In the background. The Choir sang "Oh What a Beau tiful City," arranged by Mr. Dawson, director of the Choir, and dedicated to "Roxy"; then rushed to Radio City Music Hall where it is now in its fourth week, for the first show of the day. WOMEN USE RED PEPPER POLICE USE BI6 CLUBS ' Chicago.—(ANP)—Much blood was shed here Friady near noon when police of the Fifth district clashed with sev- eral hundred alleged Communist agitators who attempted to atage a demonstration in front of the emergency relief head-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 February 1933

V AOii 1HU o A A11 i' 0 i< 1 U K b u 1 ib i L H Victoria News Hello! Hello! Hello! .nc. of sbter Nor. w.d.!. mil, fioru} "Little White House'' Is Named progressing, Rev. George Johnson U the My dear Register reader*. This week's new. 'Plendid pastor of thii church, la "frosty and wet." I will re- Webster's Chapel under Rev. H. mark about the "Rosy" town's I A. Jonea carried out iswell aervicea newa. How do you like the Tota- Sunday. The W. H. M. S. of thia •locy! Here it la—"Tota" in sell- church under Mrs. L. A. Branch is int the Register, depends upon you really progressive. Misa E. J. *11 the live-long day. Do not think j Grant ja Secretary of thia Society, you will be disappointed becauae Friday night, Jan. 27, Mrs. L. A. "old Tota" ia on hia way. Branch held a awell program and Well, "Little Betty Bellfield" Turkey dinner at the home of Mias down in Pt. Lavaca complimented |F- Grant" A '"'table group waa old Tota with aome "jobe," ahe was represented. Miaa Branch, Old accomp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 February 1933

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER SPORTS PAGE PAUE THREE Wiley and Paul Quinn Split Two Thrillers Friday By SNAKE WALLIS Mart hall, TexA-The Paul Quinn Tigers took the Wiley Wildcata for ■ ride here tonight by the count of 29-23 in a hectic contest that kept the spectator! on the edge of their aeats. A last minute rush on the part of the visitors sent the Wild- cata down to their first defeat in two seasons. The teams battled the first 35 minutes on even terms with neither being able to gain a decided advantage, when the Tigers broke loose with an offense that bewil- dered the locals. The count at the half was 14-14. Smith, a guard, was the outstand- ing performer for Paul Quinn, com- ing through with three pretty shots in the pinches, besides playing a great defensive game. McCogHn waa a big factor in the Tigers strong defense, while Hodges and Finney aided the visitor's cause. "Pack" Adams led the Wildcats with five field goals. Summary DOUGLASS LIONS LEAD ALAMO CAGE ...

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