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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 February 1933

FACE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Seventh Day Adventist Church Has Anniversary The Tenth Anniversary of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, which will be celebrated Saturday and Sunday, February IS and IB, promises to be a rata event with • very unique program to be fiven ^oth days. Oa Sunday afternin at S p. m„ the program will include some of the leading ministers, prominent eitlatns who are eloquent speaker* andthe -nost talented musicians, ▼ocally and instrumentally. Fea tured on the afternoon program will he Prince J. E. Blayechettai, of Africa. Those failing to attend thia celebration will deprive them- selves of a real cultural treat. SAINT JAMES USHER SUCCUMBS 8T. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH R«t. E. M. Iracy, Paster. There will be a great rally in St James A. M. E. Church the fourth Sunday, Feb. 2$, 1933, at 11 a. m. Bishop W. Sampson Brooks will preach. To mist hearing Bishop freoks you will miss the treat of your life. At 3 p. m. Rev. E. D. Dukes, D. D. of West End Baptist Church wi...

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

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajw Atvtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 48. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3,1933. 6c PER COPY SCOUT FUND APPEAL OPENS MONDAY NEGRO HIT WILLING—No man in the community it more ready and willing at all times to take active part in civic betterment projects than Dr. W. V. Hurd, prominent local dentist. Aside from his activity with the Negro Lit- tle Theater of which he is treasurer, he is an ardent supporter of the Boy Scout Movement. NEW YORK CITY.—(ANP) Writing on "Negro Citizen- ship" during the depression, Walter White, secretary of the N. A. A. C. P., declares that "of all the racial groups in America, none has been more directly affected than the Negro during thin period of skepticism and doubt." The writer further pointed out that while the Negro constitutes only a mall proportion of the en- tire population of thU country the ■roup constitutes the larger pro- ...

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

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH, S, 1933. Austin News Section P. E. McINTYKE PHONE £487 AUSTIN SOCIETY ! Entre Nona Club Brilliant Affair ■ The Entre Nou Social Club set ! • new pare in aocial affair* for the aaaaon when on laat Wednetday progress. Among the other* to make up tha program were the Plymouth. Houston Four and Ala- mo quartet*. Prof. !<ee was the Marion Wilson, 2106 Comal street. A beautiful bible lesson waa dis- cussed. Next meeting will be held with Mrs. Rosa Bennett, 1304 San Bernard. Deaths Reported Carolina Alexander, 1604 Ever- green avenue.; Willie Brown, Victoria News speaker of the evening and ad- Brackenridge Hospital; Frances I they celebrated at Paradise Inn dressed the audience on the sub-1 Bonner, 2601 E. 10th St.; Betty a - • L . L f ...>«•• IL'aikin* taof nt "Uilaii* " i « I with a beautiful George Washing- I ton Birthday party. The club mem- • bers were dressed in beautiful co- i^u*1"bw s—i pi lJ**ne Goodman, 1614H Gregory, Little Rock...

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

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER SPORTS PAGE ALAMO LEAGUE CAGE SERIES IN FULL SWING The Alamo Cage Series are be- ing played now for the ehampion- ahip oI the city. Dopesters arc afraid to lay who will win the champlonahip and the loving cup which will be preaented by Mr. I. K. Edmondson sponsor and organiz- er of the league, Plenty of credit ihould be given Mr. Edmondaon for putting cage intereit in the minds of the people and baaketball back In the limelight here. In the first rounds of the tournament, the fly- ing Eaglet defeated the Douglass Liona second string boya. However, they dropped a hard fought game to Sunny South's string bean crew, A. Brady and Dusty Harris were tied with five points each. Keys of the Eagles led his team mates with four points. Sunny South de- feated the Eaglea, 33-11. L. Taylor and Chandler were tied for honors with 1 lpoints cach and Moaely was high point man for the Eagles with five points. Cloae crtics predict Douglass to walk away with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 March 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH, 8, 1988. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ' A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress i'ubli t e<J Friday ol Hack Wtrk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflr* fc. lommmi1 St. *bon« CfttMntf 17'il-IV O. Uo* 373 Sun Antonio, Tesa* Enteral at second-class matter Mh* &, 1931, at tba post offlea at Sao Antonio, Texas, under Act ot March J, 187#. Advertising ratrs turnlshed on request. SUBSCHHTION HATES: 1 year. fS.uti; « months, 11.25; Single Copy. 6c . National Advertising Hepresentatlves. W. H. /lit Co., Chicago, New \orfc. . lioa Angelrs. Rochester Kansaa City and 1-afos. < old Coast, Atlica. 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 I All news matter should he In our office by Wednesday noon to appear In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 March 1933

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 15S0 E. Houaton St. Phone Garfield 007# W.V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608',4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weakly payments can be arranged 608',4 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Cuero News Office Phona Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day «r Night Ket. 1727 Haya St — Offica 207 N. Centre St — San Antonio, Tax. Ilea. Ph. Oerf. ossa—or. rn. ran. MM Office IUU W. Commerce SL Ret. 1102 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE obstetrical specialist (Child Birth) Bourn t-13:M e.m., 3:30-7 p.m. Sunder br appointment (Mailing eddrcae) P. O. BoiSlt Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Bdand Engpaving Co II / .■ w PIC Ah iAh AftTOHlO TtJfAS C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE Virgiala Boulevard at 8. Hackberrj Lambert 22951 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Keiwood 6137 Linirit Pharmacy 701 8. rmt I. DABNEY SMITH WIZARD OF THE AGE Personal Trouble Expert Tell Me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 March 1933

PACE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rRIDAY, MARCH, 3, 1933. Personals Clubs H K K m FREE! AT SOMMERS T* AIRMAID HOSIERY With Purchase of $2.00 or More of Rexall AND ASSORTED ITEMS—Including Cara Nome, Shari, Harmony, Lavender, Pure- test Remedies, Rexall Sundries, etc. AIRMAID HOSE ... from the Rue de In Paix ... to the Park Avenue. New York, style leaders in excluaive, ultra «mart circle* wear "Airmaid" Hosiery. . . . their fashion preeminence is achieved through advanced style developments in modern refinements, as pictured here. THIS OFFER IS MADE TO INTRODUCE "AIRMAID" HOSIERY "The Smartest Line of Hosiery in America" "Airmaid" Hose are sold in San Antnio, exclusive at Som- mers. They are a product of the most advanced manufacturing skill, containing every improvement that has ever been made in the manufacture of hosiery. In New Spring Colors. At All SOMMERS Wagner Drug Stores Friday, Saturday and Monday ONLY! =PROGRESSIV E CLUB MEN SPONSOR CITY-WIDE CONTEST Double Wedding: Dunbar Ann...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 March 1933

FRIDAY, MARCH 3,1983. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN The Blue Moon Club Mill Vaita Atkinson wn hoittu to the club in tha beautiful homa of Mri. 0. C. Johnion. Tha evening wai enjoyed locUllxing in Prog, reiiive Whiit. Guesti prcient were Mann. Ike Mitchell, Curtii John- ion, Otii Hayes, Mr., and Mri. Freddie Mclntyre. Club priiai wara •warded Mri. Johnion and Mri. Gaston. Guesti prises, Mesirs. Otii Hayea and Mitchell. After enjoying a palatable plat* service everyone entered Into jlg-iaw pussle amuse- ments, which creatad • deal of add- ed fun. Alamo Social Club Misa Llllie Boulding entertained tha Girla Thursday night at her homa, 213 Cactui St Tha busineaa aesiion wai lomewhat lengthy due t othe election of officari. Officers elected are aa follows: Miai Lillie Boulding, president, Mri. Ada Brown, vice preiident, Mri. Lacllla Bnell, secretary, Mrs. Bertha Mae Mitchell, recording secretary. Mn Bertha Blacknall, aergeant-at-armi, Mrs. Johnnie Thomas, reporter. A delicious plate lu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 March 1933

■*%] PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH. 3, 1933. FIRST BAPTIST CHVKCH Car. S. Hukbfrr; and Nebraska Rev. R. J. Jordan. Pastor Splendid services were conducted throughout the day with a fairly food number of the faithful ones present. At 6 o'clock p. m„ B. Y. P. U. opened with the president, Hr. A. Outlaw, presiding. A group lesson was discussed At the night services • splendid FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Rev. G. F. C. Carry, Pastor Last Sunday, the fourth in the n.onth, members and friendi were favored with a completely diversi- fied order of service. The regular monthly speaking service, was en- joyable to all. Sunday School was nicely attended. Lesson taught program was rendered under the f with much interest and precision, auspices of the Senior Choir. There | The style show last week went over were two additions to the church in , bif vay. E>ch entr>nt dis- during the day. 'played wonderful skill in the pres- Sunday, March 5tn, promises toiK / ... ..w . ' W1 • ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Satv Atvtojvio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 49. SAN AN TONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10,19S8. 6c PER COPY MITCHELL RECALLED AS WINSHIP NAMED TO LIBERIAN POST Major General Winship Sent to Monrovia to Bring About Quicker Understanding of Differences Between This Country and Liberia WASHINGTON, D. C.—(ANP)—In order i" understanding: of the differences between that a quicker understanding of the differences between this country and Liberia may be achieved, the United States state depart, ment, with the approval of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, has sent Major General Blanton Winship to Monrovia to take the place in effect of United States Minister Charles E. Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell was appointed by the Hoover administration, bat fail- ed to function became the United 8tates would not recognise the Bar- clay administration in the West African Republic. The reason given for n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1938, Austin "News Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Pcraoaal Mention Mis* Nettie North in improving •Iter being confined to bed since Sept., 1032. Her many friends hope for her continued improvement. J* and final week of a great revival conducted by Rev. Smith of Okla- homa. The church has been without a pastor for several weeks but ex- pect to call one next Monday night. — | Deaths Reported Miss Goldi* Reed spent the week Mrs. Bessie Davis, 412 K. 13th end visiting in Waco, Texas. street, died at Brackenridga hospi- tal an dshipped to Carmine, Tex- Mr. Robert Shackles' condition as, for interment. Fuller A Co. remains practically the same. He in charge. has been several weeks at lOOOH ' Mrs. Alberta Walker, 001 E. 7th Olive Street. street, was funeralited from Eben- 1 ezer Baptist Church Sunday eve- Deputy I. B. Kinchion and Sir A. ning. Rev. J, C. Lott officiated. J. Kinchion of the K. of P. Lodge The rites were held under the di- w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER SPORTS & PAGE DOUGLASS IS FAVORITE FOR ! ALAMO LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP In the three Ramos played this Chandler of Sunny South itolc the Best Dog in the Westminster Show SPORTS TALK week Douglass, who is almost un- beatable in the Alamo League ad- vanced closer to the league cham- pionship by soundly trouncing the Central Cats by a score of 46-31. Shelvin of the Cats led his mates with 12 points while Patterson of the Lions ran wild hooking 16 points, all spectacular shots. With one more win this week, the Lions can cinch the championship and be eligible to meet the Blue Moon Chasers of Austin, who is cham- pions of that league. Sunny South, defeated the Central Cats 48-46. honors from Moody of the Cats by one point, getting 22 points. Grant, Jr., defeated the Eagles by three points, 34-31. Fuller of Grant led his team by hooking 12 points, Washington of the Eagles also had 12 points. Harris of the Eagles came out of the slump which he has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

mm-*mPF wiwagaaaMiBMMBR , - ■ • , m PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1938, EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Why Bother About Currency ? Published Friday of Kacb Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS 01 flet b. Cominrrcc St. 'bon* CNthrdral 1721—F. O. Bot J7'i San AaImK Taut Knterad aa second-claw matter May t, tt3l, at tba pott office at San Antonio, Teiaa, under Act ot MafCH 3, l*7l Advertuinir rtlet tumtaberf on request. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year. tt.UO; 6 r toutbt. 91J&. Sin** Copy, k *ft?«mal Adverliting Hepretrntatlvea. V II. Zll■ Co., Chicago. New York, Lam Aogelea, Rochester Kansas City and Lagos, Cold Coast. Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary r\£l\ SS6 THATWIU* t*ALTtV 41* •NPAHAIP ooan foul Sou THAT cmit> J 1U. K ON a HCXJA ANP wmv ^yMATWAJ. J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre_ -Contribut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 C. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0070 Port Lavaca News W. V.Hurd, D.D.S. 608V4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payment! can be arranged 608 Vfe E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Plione Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Kea. 1727 Uayi St — Office 207 N. Centre St — San Antonio, Tex. Km. Ph. Gerf. MM—Of. rn. raa nil Office SUN W. Ccamra sl Rh. 2102 \V. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OMTBTIICAL SPECIALIST (Child Blrtbl noun: t-tl:« a.m., J:S0-7 p.m. Sunday kj appointment (Mallla* .ddrf.il P. O. Bo lilt Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Ddand Engpaving Co SAhAflTOMJO TfXAS C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE Virginia Boulevard at 8. Hackberry Lambert 22951 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Keiwood 6137 Leoiards Phirmicy 701 S. PINE STREET L DABNEY SMITH WIZARD OF THE AGE Personal Trouble Expert Tell Me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1938. Society X X Clubs X X Personals SOMMERS Fri. and Sat Specials Perfume FREE with Coty qq Face Powder at 90 C 10c Palmolive Soap 5c 5l c Squibbs Tooth Paste 28c $1.00 Golden Peacock Bleach Cream «.49c 25c Kolex 19c 85c Kruschen Salts 57c $1.00 Bayers Aspirin Tablets, IOO's OI C 50c Rubbing Alcohol. Pint 24c 75c c S. 0„ 4 ounces 57c 75c Hamilton Gilt Edge Bridge Cards 33c 30c Camphor Phenique 24c 75c Puretest Aspirin Tablets 49c 35c William's Brushless 071* Shaving Cream CI G New 50c Kleenex (Asst. Colors, 304 Shts.) 39c 60c Kleenex (Towel Size 15x18) 49c 75c 1-Lb. Can Psyllium Seed Black 37c 40c Squibbs Tooth Paste 29c 50c Energine 24c Free Jig Saw Puzzle with Each 50c A7f* Prophylactic Tooth Brush at ® i v $1.00 Juart Rexall Milk of Magnesia 59c $1.95 Airmaid Hosiery $1.19 FREE 200 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle with each large tube Rexall Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste..23c Gladiola Bulbs 29c $1.00 Segal Razor with 10 Blades FREE wOU $3.50 Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1988. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN The Blue Moon Club Miu Rot* Lee Chadwirlc wai hoaUaa to the ftrli Thuraday ere- ning. A profitable buaineaa aeaaion wai held. The Young Men'a Prog- greaaive club had three repreaenta- tivei to meet the clab aeklng for • eontoatant to enter in the city wide conteat. Miu Bemlce Even haa been aelaetod. Miaa Vet La At- klnaon made the dab a preient of fhre beautiful card table eorera de- algned and made bjr her. Whiat wai the main locial event of the eve- ning. Prliea were awarded Miaa Georgia Smith and Mra. Steve Chandler. Miaa Chadwick demon, atrated her skill In aerving an ap- pealing plate lunch which waa one hundred per cent Wallaces Entertain What an enjoyable night apent In Harlem at the beautiful home of Miaa Virginia Wallace, 838 Culebra Ave. The evening waa ipent in dancing and whiat. Thoae fortu- nate enough to le invited were Dorothy Bibbt, Mamie L. Thomp- aon, Margaret Hyiaw, Lula Mae Foantleroy, Eatelle Wallace, Jack ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 March 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1983. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHl'RCH Rev. G. P. C. Cl'RRY, Pastor Much enthusiasm w « hown by afficers and scholar* in the Sun- day School Sunday when many registered for service. The at- tendance ii increasing each week. Pastor Curry preached a very ex- cellent sermon at the morning service. A fine program was ren- dered by the B. Y. P. U. in the afternoon. After an impressive Song service, we were favored with a very splendid sermon by Rev. Bandel. a promising young minis- ter. Monday night was the open- ing night of the Women's week program, which will continue thru Sunday. Services were good. Rev. John- ion, pastor of Mt. Pleasant and sev- eral members were the entertain- ers. Tuesday night Rev. W. B. My- ers and members rendered s short appropriate program. The biggest attraction of the week was the pageant "The light of Women," presented Wednesday night, por- traying the lives of women of yes- teryears and today. This was a credit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 March 1933

See The "Brown Skin Models" Library Auditorium Tonite and Saturday — Midnight Ramble Also Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajw Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. n.—No. 60. Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17,1933. 5c PER COPY CITY'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE PAID FITTING TRIBUTE BY MOURNING THOUSANDS Negroes Prominent Among Those From All Walks of Life Who Viewed Body, Brought - Flowers, Sent Telegrams and Attended J Funeral of Mayor Chambers Who Died 1 Monday Morning. DENEATH a canopy of sweet-scented flowers, bathed by the tears of many heavy-hearted mourners into whose lives his inspiration and help had crept, the body of Mayor C. M. Chambers rests in San Jose Cemetery where he was buried last Tuesday afternoon. The Mayor was taken suddenly ill Sunday night, and ac- cording to reports, suffered excruciating pain, sleeping only • very little. At first it was thought he suffered an attack of acute Indigestion an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 March 1933

PAijJ TWO d A N ANTONIO KKG1STER Austin News Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 CAPITAL IDEAS A "time old" saying—"In the ■print a young man's fancy light- ly turn* to thoughts of love." Yowsa! Folk, spring fever is alowly creeping down on the capi- tal city. Everywhere tellows who pussle expert explains why you've not been able to piece together the why Misses Dickerson and War- moth have been seen together so frequently of late, both full of smiles, exceedingly jovial and quite frequently in close confer- have a weakness are billing and encea. Truly here is a combina- eooing and those who haven't, are tion of sagacity and elusiveness. casting around. j • • Honest, folk, I wasn't snooping, For instance "Ship-wreck" Kelley it was just by chance that I tuned Carolyn Dewalt, one of the rea- ls familiar with a seafarers life. | in on this confab. First party— (olu why Houston was dubbed preceding quarter. The names of twenty-five students were posted headed by Misses Vivian Swain, Senio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 March 1933

FRIDAY, MARCH 17,1983. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE | SPORTS jfcr PAGE ft RENAISSANCE BASEKTEERS ON SECOND WESTERN TRIP TVEW YfeRK.— (ANP)—Sweeping through the West on •l' their second tour the Renaissance basketball team is sig- nally honored at every step they make. In St. Louis, Friday, when the team met the University of St. Louis, white, at the school gynasium, it was the first time, according to all reports, that a colored professional team has played on the school grounds. On* of th« molt interesting games of the season will be the one itered in Washington the lat- ter part of the month where the Celtics will be the opponents of the Rens. Johnny Holt, the game forward of the team, called by many the apark plug of the outfit, will not join the team on the Western trip, his recently sustained injuries pre- venting his so doing. However, he will be in great shape when the boya return March 19 and will participate in the remaining games the team plays. During the trip the reco...

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