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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 March 1933

PAGE EIGHT L I. C A. TO PRESENT "BRONZE BEAUTIES" REVUE &rim Reaper Th. Altir Scene of > recent {•prinr wadding of national renown, .'•Ad all principals and attendant, SMrticipating will climax the pro- tram of the Bronic Beautiee Faah- Ion Revue, Library Auditorium, • April 7, at 8:30 p. m. Auapicet Y. W. C. A. Health Education Com- earittee Flnwen enchanting mu- Monroe Saunders died March 23 at hi residence, 2116 W. Travit bowel. the earthen the depth. ,tre,t_ Fun(rt| ,>rvirt htM of the tea, in frifid climes and torrid heat, for the sake of the van- ity of woman—will be another high March 26, at St. Jamei A. M. E. Church, with Rev. Bracey official* •pot of the occaaion. And I know ing. Interment was made at East you won't miss itl View cemetery. Collins Funeral Mr*. C. J. Raradale, chairman of [ „ . the Girl Reserve Committee, held s Hom® in ch*r*e- meeting of unusual interest with . _ .. ... u ... ^aw, beautiful, decorative and light-j the member* of her group Wednes- L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajv Atvtotvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Rjead Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 1. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1933. 6c PER COPY COOKING SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY AFTERNOON Lit HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS IN PRIZES TO DE GIVEN AWAY FREE EVERY DAY TO WINNERS & CONTESTANTS W/HEN Mrs. Nell Bishop Dillon, begins her first lecture and " demonstration at Library Auditorium Tuesday afternoon, hundreds of women will be made happy with knowledge of what is in store for them. Hundreds of dollars worth of prizes will be on hand to be ?iven away fo/ attendance, cake baking, salad making and other things of interest to persons in attendance. Listed below are Some of the contributing mer- rhsnti: Household Furniture Co., King Furniture Co., Mistletoe Creameries, Fehr Baking Co., Walker's Austex Chile Co., HAH; Coffee Co., Liberty Mills, The Fox Co, Foster Stove Co., Nic Tengg, j P. A. Trunk Co., Crown Candy and Crack...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1938. Austin Hews Section Victoria News P. E. McINTYRE Personal Mention PHONE 9487 | Mm. Emma Wilm*r, popular mem- We arr (tlarf tn we Mist Bandy, "f the Lovable Udie* Whist club *v*s unable to attend meeting popular librarian at Samuel Hil- ton College, up again after bein/ on account of illnms^ tn bed for a week suffering from a (prained ankle. «eek is Taylor visiting with rela- tives and friends Lovable Indies Whist Club Look-e-fellers. Seems like Anna Reeves ia springing the ugly duck- Urs. J. Clay of Elgin and Miss >d Oti Uwson ia about to Ima Lee Clay of Taylor were in 'ng swan song—Jno. (Chester) Auatiti at the bedside of their Myers ia still 'splainmg to Gladys daughter and sister, last week, who * out certain action* on the end of had a major operation and i very th* month—Kthel Coleman ia being much improved now. missed quite a bit.-How did Cath- • • • crine Cavtness qualify for a Senior Mrs. Bennie Wilson spent last *1^ ^r...

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

FRIDAY, AFRTL 7, 1933. «AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE SPORTS £ PAGE Cab Calloway to Appear Here May 6th for One Week C b Calloway and His Original Cotton Club Orchestra has been definitely booked to appear in Tex- as. and will be seen at the Ma- jestic theatre for an entire week starting Saturday, May 8th. This band represents the most ex- pensive bit of stage entertainment ever booked into the popular local theatre, but the management be- lieves that such an attraction will draw sufficiently well to offset the unprecedented guarantee given this attraction. Cab Calloway and Die entire band will appear at each performance and will also play for a dance for Colored people at the Library Audi- torium on the night of May 11th. Dancing will atart at 10 p.m. fol- lowing the last performance of the band at the Majestic. Admisaion price will be SI.10 per peraon. TrT^ Floyd is in oharge of all arrangements for the Cab Calloway dance. t Mills Brothers and Duke Elling- ton and His Band are sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

PAGE FOUR IAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1988. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publlthfd KrMar ol ba. h b; THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflce t. Commerce St •bone Cathedral 1711—1*. O. box J71 San Mitonlo, Tnu Mi* tmi Tom, under Art of Harch 4, IHrt Advertising ralN furnlahaii oo request SI HSCHIPTIliN HA1KS: 1 year. W.IW: ponrh*. SIJ6. Single Copy. >c National AdveiilBtna Hepreaentatleea. * B. XIII Co., Chlraen. New York, la Amrltt. RiH-hetler Kinu, Ul awl Laloa. OoM Loaat. Alrtee. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Mutter MRS. MYKL BELLINGER, Secretary ~J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre— All n««i mailer should be In out oftlre by Wedneeday noon to appear In current taaue. Sf < matter mutt be plainly written and aa only one aide o rnmt atoeet The rlahl to rnndenae msltrr foe iimrenleaee or aafety !■ reaereed. ruru paid for. The Register Platform Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE FIVE Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 15S0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W.V.Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/i E. Commerce Cathedra] 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weekly payments can be irrsnged 608Vt E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Offlca Phona Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. ' GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Kas. 1727 Hay St. - Offlca 207 K. Centra St. — San Antonio, Tax. In. Ph. Oarf. MM—Of. ra. r.u. Hit Office 111 'A W Ommrrrr St hr%. tlOS %V. Houstoo Street DR. J. R. MOORE oeststmcal specialist (Child ftlrlhi Haara: S-lliJO a.m., J:3S-J p.m. Sunday by .ppoinimrnt (MalUlil addrru) P. O. Uoiill Service Day or Night BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS BpakdEngpaving Co B 117 i W PK Ah jAMAflTGNlG TtJfAS * C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE Virginia Boulevard at S. Hackberrj Lambert 22S51 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dill Kmwm4 St 37 ■My EET Leonards Pilar 701 S. PINE STREI MO JO INCENSE FREE SAMPLE Just send name, iddmi and 9c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

PACE SIX SAN A.NTONIO REGISTER Society FRIDAY, APRIL 7. 1933 K Clubs Personals 2 ITEMS FOR THE I'RICE OF 1—PLUS lc NOW GOING ON Kini COPTBICHT 1924 U«IT10 0PV« FRIDAY and SATURDAY, throu^u JLGIsDAY Sharing Profits WITH YOU Thf Bargain* you arc offered during this One Ont Stale irr *«> exceptional that tbt) all for rn explanation. I he Onr Cent Sale in un advertising event It Is intended to *how you In n way that ou will not forge! the extraordinary quality «ad merit <>f He\ U men 'handler. l or the ihree day* of thl* Sale, the manu- facturer's l< «* 1% jour gain. You get |\|ll- tilcd pat-knee*. >ou eet standard «iunllty merchandise VimI you get two purkage for the price of one plun one cent. All In order to sb«w you thnt lie xa 11 merchandise a ill pleiise you. lYollts thnt are sacrificed are charged 1o advertising; to making new friend* lor the Hammers-Wagners Hexall Dru; Store*, ex 'luslxe distributors for Hexall Good*. Mi (2Home Institution SOMMERS WAGNERS PERSONAL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

' FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1933. Fighting Marshal At State Theatre CoL Tim McCoy, a reserve of- ficer in tht U. S. Army, and a vet- eran icretn star of many dramatic outdoor romance!, comei to the State theatre Sunday in his latent adventure of the west, "The Fight. InK Marshall," with a supporting raat that include* Dorothy Gulliver, Pat O'Malley, and Matthew Betx. It ii the itory of a man who • - tapes priion to return to hii na tive town, in order to eitabliih hi* Innocence. On the aame program, the State will ahow the newest feature-length comedy of Laurel and Hardy, those pan-faced comics. It is "Pack Up our Troubles," a seven reel concoction of mirth writ- ten especially for the funny team nates. Today and Saturday, the State continues, its current showing of Clark Gable in "No Man of Her Own," with Carol* Lombard and Dorothy Mackaill, and "The Greeks Had a Word for Them," a snappy story of three gold-digging blendes, featuring Joan Blondoll, Madge Evans, Ina Claire, Lowell Sherman an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 April 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN antonio REGISTER FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1983. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH Re*. G. F. C. Currjr. Putor The memberihip in its entirely % uropiing in a*dne B lut ffk caused by the death of little Millie Jean Wilion, A year old daughter cf Rev .and Mn. Rufus Wilson. Millie Jean was • faithful member cf the church and all auxiliaries She died of a very sudden attack of brain congestion. Funeral serv- ice# were held Saturday from the home of her parents, 127 Utah. Services were fine Sunday, be- Rinninr with Sunday School, where a very interesting lesson was re- cited. Teachers and pupils dis- played excellent skill in group pre- ps rednrv-. Pastor Curry preached a splendid sermon at the morn- ing service and baptized five per- nons in the afternoon. B. V, P. U. exerciscs were appropriately con- ducted by the president. Mr. Geo. Craze, secretary Bexar County Tuberculosis Association, made a fine talk on Negro Health week during morning service. At the evening service the Sr. choir s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers San At-ttotvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS MostHVidely Read Neg roS\eivspape r in Southwest Texas VOL. III. No. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1938. COPY POLICEMAN KILLS FLEEING MA Officer's Aim at Knees Sends Bullet Crashing Into Base of Brain of George White (By LEON BOLTON) George White, aged 27, who is listed as having no perma- nent address, was shot by Police Officer G. B. Cannon, when he refused to halt at the police officer's command. The of- ficer, in company with another officer, was called to 950 Cu- lebra road, to investigate a disturbance. Upon their arrival, James Minor, of the above address, and brother-in-law of White, point- ad out White to the officers a* he was standing in front of a grocery •tor* at 1608 No. Calaveras Street. Minor reported to them that White had just threatened to kill him and his father, ha farther stated, it la alleged, that White would not be arrested alive. The officers then drove ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

page two eauty Parlor & m >. •• i> £■ SAN ANTONIO REGISTER tree shampoo and press. Com* one and all and five us a trial. Shampoo* are fWen with the Cleopatra Shampoo which grows hair like none else. Shampoo and press, SOc and 75c; brows arched (latest styles) 26c; Hair trim and cut, 50c; hair tint- ing) bleaching and dyeing, $1.00; hot oil scalp treatment consists of scalp treatment with Thermo cap or steam as preferred, SOc and 36c; facials, plain cleansing, 86c; facial consisting of bleaching facks mud packs, instantaneous bleach and others, 50c; neck, arm and hand moulding, with pack, SOc; manicures with latest tints on nails as preferred 36c; double strength bleaching creme, large 2- oi. jar, 79c; single strength bleach, ing creme, 69c; cold creme. SOc; vanishing creme, especially recom- mended for after shaving and pow- der foundation, SOc; tissue builder for sagging muscles, large pores and dry skin, 69c; powders hi Ra- chel. pink, white and evening shades, 26c and 6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

' * FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ^ SPORTS f PAGEj|. page three Gleanings From the Sports World * v v X\i (By J. D. (FaU) LOWERY) The Samuel Huston tennii team Invaded our Alamo City laat Sat- urday and loit' (our out of live matches. Edmonds and B. Adami, Jr., beat Young and his partner two straight sets, 7-6—7-5. Your humble servant and Monroe Robin- son beat Kelly and Doyle 6-4, 8-6, 6-4 and then lost the following match to the Dragon faculty representatives, Deslandes and Taylor, 6-4, 4-6, 10-8. Adams and Edmonds, beat Young and one of the players whose name we did not aecure another match while Askey and Burleson beat Kelly and Doyle in a hard fought match. Such contacts are broadening to all par- ticipating and we should have more such matches. The only regret- able occurance during the entire affair was that Henry Ford, San Antonio's ranking player, was un- able to play in these matches be- cause of the death of a very dear friend. We believe that Ford and Burl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

flAN ANTONIO REGISTER /ItlDAY, APRIL 14, 1988. ORIALS AND FEATURES lO REGISTER ' to Right, Justice and Progress A New Deal tbIUbtd Mid ay of liach Week by REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflrt Iiu s b Ummmi M .'bone talh«lr«l 1721-P. O. Uoi 171 San Antonio, Tela, I amod-riata matin Mi, I, 1 ll.it, at tba poat olDc* at ten Antoalo, tar Act ol Marcti 1, IS7 Ad rttatn« ratea furntab«l oa rmunt. ■— IS HATES: I r'ar. CI.Ws monlba. 11-23; !>ln l. Copy, tc National VK'nmu HsprsesntaUvea. W H. XIII Co. chlra*o. Naw tort. Angrlr. R.V hr«lrr Hanua l.ttjf and I J«"«. t'«><l Coaat. Atrtra. VALMO a BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. UYRL BELLINGER, Sccreury _J. W W. Holland. L. Walker. 3. A. James . . P. E. Mclntyre- _Contributing Editor _ Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager —Circulation Manager n««> matter should be In our efflr# br Wsdoasdajr noon to appear la currant tuue. Nrara matier tnuit be plainly written and on only one aldeof ropy abert. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 14,1988. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE Fivr- Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 K. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W.V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST Weakly payments can be arranged 608Vi E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas j-e-———— 1 ' Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day or Night ttaa. 17*7 Bays St. - Office 207 N. Centre St — San Antonio, Tm. Corpus Christi News { tea. Ph. Omrf. Man Of. n. ran. Nil Office t1«V* W Ommirc. St. tn S1S1 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OaSTITBICAL SrSCIALlST (Child BirlSi Neurit t-UiM a.m.. 1:30-7 p.m. Sander kjr appointment (Malllns addreaa) P. O. BoUU Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Bimnd Engraving Co CD 117 t W PtC AM SANAftTONl^ TCXAS C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE Virginia Boulevard at 8. Haekberry Lambert 22951 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Sill Keawooi 6137 Leoaards Pbcrmsy 701 S. PINE STREET MO JO INCENSE FREE SAMPLE Just s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1938. ciety X X Clubs a a Personals Q Home IntHhtHon |? SOMMERS S EASTER SPECIALS SUPER VALUES 25c Feenamint 16e $1.20 Syrup Pepsin 74c 60c Sal Hepatica 38c SRc Rrnschen Salts ...57c $1.00 Squibbs Mineral Oil 49c $1.50 Petrolagar 89c Bayer Aspirin (100) 67c 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste ..31c 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste 31c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste —31c 60c Corega Plate Powder .42c 35c Lyon's Tooth Powder -24c 50c Luxor Face Powder __36c 65c Pond's Creams 39c 50c Hind's H & A Cream -33c 50c Jerjfen's Lotion 33c 60c Italian Balm 47c 60c Amolin 39c 75c Tangee Rouge 63c 55c Luxor Rouge 37c $1.10 Angrius lip Stick ...83c 10c Bocabellie Soap. 2 for 15c 75c Glovers Mange 57c 50c Jean's Brilliantine 33c $1.00 Squibb's Adex Tabs. 67c $1.50 Pinkham's Comp. -_.93c 25c Kotex 14c $1.00 Xujol 59c F.aater Baskets, filled with MarKhmallow Eggs, alio chocolate and filled egg*, priced at 15c and up Bo* of Elmer's Chocolate Filled Eaater Eft*. Special. 25c CANDIES for P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 19?3. State Has Double Feature Sunday The tat showings of "Mysteri- ous Rld«r" *nd "Hot Pepper" are being presented *t the State the- atre today and Saturday, with a • rew episode of "Heroee of the * West" on the «ame program. Kent ' Taylor, Lona Andre, Gait Patrick, Irving Plchel and Warren Hymer ^.appear in the Zane Grey picture, "Myiterioui Rider," while Victor McLaglen, Eddie Lowe, Lupe V*1 •x and El Brendel are the itan of •Hot Pepper." Beginning Sunday, the State's double feature program will include "Ride Him, Cowboy," an exciting Western romance with John Wayne and his horse Duke, Ruth Hall, Henry B. Walthall and Otis Har lan; the other picture will be the famous Kathleen Norris story, "Second Hand Wife," starring Sal- ly Eilere and Ralph Bellamy. A > paramount cartoon and Pathe news rounds out the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday program Beginning Wednesday, the State will offer a four day engagement of the highly praised Metro pic- ture, "Strange Interlude,"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 April 1933

warn PAGE EIGHT . BETH EI. A. M. E. ■Ur. R. C. Walker, " Sunday nchool at a. m., Chriitian Endeavor ' 'Wgvr at 8 p. m. Preaching at jg[ a. m. and 7:10 p.m. At the 11 a. m.^arvici- Rev. R C. Walker a very fine lermon, "Who It?" At 7:30 p. m. ha delit^td another wonder- ful sermon. Next SupIky, Easter Sunday, at I a.m. tjCpaitor will preach the early nmtninn service, after which time the Dollar Money Club of which Mr*. Rosa Upton is presi- dent will aerve an Easter break- faat. At 8 p. m. tha Junior Church will lander an Easter program conduct, td by Miss Lassie Upton. Good Friday, April 14. the A. C. t. League it presenting "The Res- tmrtion" at Bethel. Mr. L. Na- poleon Williams of the Nerro thea. tre ia conducting this affair and ft promises to be a very fine af- fair. The A. C. E. League under the leadership of Mr. Wilbur Miller Assisted by Mr. John W. Perkins and Miss Vandalia Wright are do- ing their best to put over some Worthwhile programs for the young people. We have very sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

r I Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Satst Atvtojvio Register VOL. III. No. 3. RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1933. Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas 6c PER COPY JUNIORS—Misses Ethel SeweU, of Kyle, Thelma Mitchell. tfaw Antonio, and Anna L. Reeves, Austin, juniors at Samuel Huston College, Austin, Texas, are entries from among whom will be chosen "Miss Samuel Huston." The annual gala event will be staged April 21-22. DROWNS WHILE ON FISHING TRIP The Riff Brothers Newspaper Magnate Divorced By Wife pHICAGQ.—(ANP)—Mrs. Idalee Thornton McGill, 4806 V South Parkway, was granted a divorce from her husband, Nathan K. McGill, general manager of the Chicago Defender, by Circuit Court Judge Frank Bicek Monday morning. Mrs. McGill's charge of desertion served to allay the ru- mors circulated that there was another woman in the case, although prior to the filing of the YOUTH CUT BY PURSUED ROBBER Austin, Tex.-r-(Spl.)—Fel- ton Brow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin JVews Section P.E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 ■ Austin tociety an idea of the new deal spirit over the Easter W*k end. Saturday night at Rosewood park scores of out of town guests and many local pltaiur* lovers ware royally entertained with a barnyard dance and dutch luncheon. Sunday afternoon the entire bunch of invited guests were directed to a beautiful spot about 10 milei from town where a mammoth Eas- ier Egg hunt waa staged. "Pink Elephant" parties were thrown at the homes of various members throughout the entire celebration from 7 p. m. Saturday to 12 mid- night Sunday. Many of the clubs from San Antonio were represent- ed. There wen guests from the Entre Nous, Original Queen of Ject of "Negro Proverbs." This is 1 Hearts, Warren Harding, Rosebuds, the first time the original work of Lions, and many other S. A. dubs. • Negro has bean to honored by Mrs. Ferry, president of S. A. •his society. Lions was a special guest. Lovable Ladiea Whist Club PI ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE **** SPORTS 4 PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World St. Louit has Mnt the Millions their much-needed help bat whether thejr sent enough remains to be ■een. Maybe with our liaeup becom ing settled, we will show more power. But there seems still to be •n absence of punch In a pinch, We really hated to see Roy Flash' kamper move on. • The recommendations of the basketball rules eommlttee are to emphasize the enforcement of the 10 second rule above crossing the center of the court. Last year this rule could be waived on courts of 66 feet in length, or less but next year the rule will be enforced on all courts regardless of siie. Rules In all sports are becoming stand- ardised so that the games remain the same from year to year. Such standardisation tends to increase the efficiency of officials and play- ers. Penalties always hurt but without penalties we could not en- force any rules. • • • There seems to be a jinx trailing the Olym...

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