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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

PAGE EIGHT BETHEL A. M. E. CHl'RCH Rev. R. C. Walker, Paator Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Night service, 7:30 p. m. A. C. E. League at 8 p.m. Sunday services at Bethel were splendid all day. At the 11 a.m aervice Rev. Walker delivered a very inspiring and apiritual ter- mor. which delighted the hearta of the large audience present. Many SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Are Thee "Gray Day*" Every Month For You? Work seems easier and life Is brighter for well women. When your strength begins to fall, and there are "gray days" every month, take CAB- DDL It helps women to over- come cramps, pains, nervous- ness due to a weakened, run- down condition. The fact that thousands of women hare been relieved by taking CARDUI should .give you confi- dence In try- flng this safe, 'Strengthening medicine for women. CAaDOT la aid •' trot >una. visitors worshipped with us which we were glad to welcome in our midst, among them Prince J. E. Blaychettei and our beloved Father Mason. We a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Satst Antonio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—'No. 6. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1933. 5c PER COPY Calloway Scores Here During Week's Engagement Thousands Of All Races Hear And Appreciate Young Maestro While Here Visits Douglass Hi Midnight Show Wednesday and Other Ap- pearances of Famous Hi-De-Ho Artist with Enthusiastic Crowds Attending. « _ (By BOLTON) THE THEATRE and dance patrons of San Antonio are still in a frenzy as they were virtually swept into a maelstrom of "Hi-De-Hi" rhythm as is produced by that wonderful per- sonality, Cab Calloway, whose monicker, the "prince of jazz," was bestowed upon him by popular vote. The audience, at each performance, at the Majestic Theatre, has been cast ur • der Cab's spell; and has "Hi-De-Hi'd" and "Ho-De-Ho'd" with Cab to the point that the descants of his original songs have become household words with them. Cab, in hii i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

' PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin ~New& Section Victoria News P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Pemonal Mention 1 Music wa. furnished by Reginald Rev. E. W. Young, 1001 East Corley's Royal Aee«. Ave., has returned from Dallas T. C. Te Have Jr. Pt m where he spent three months with Friday night Tillotson Collate his daughter, Mrs. Alberta Steele, students will have their Jr.-Sr. * * * prom. A very good time ia antici- * Mr. R. W. Solomon, formerly of pated by those fortunate enough to Austin, spent a few days in the I receive bid*. Prof. Carpenter ia city visiting his mother, Mrs. Mat- sponsor. . tie Solomon. Mr. Solomon is mak- The Lone Eagle Club ing his home in Tursnn, Arit. j The meeting was opened by the Dear readera, this week's Tots ology is dedicated to the Seniors and faculty of the Victoria Colored High School. "When you get out in life and begin your strife, Just remember your dear old school. If you think nf tnis you will conclude. That it was your dear teacher's rules."...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1985. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE THREE ""SPORTS 4 PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World Our fighting Mission* art hav- Inir a tough time on tha road but arc giving aa good as they ara taking. Due to our luitained win- ning atreak, everybody aeemi aet (or the MIs- aiona particu- larly. We are being played at top apead by all of the c 1 u b a. Since when have we had a firat di- viaion club this late in the sea. son? Keep up the old fight •nd pep, team. We personally are not satisfied with Sturdy on firat and can only see three pitchers that we consider effective, Kowalik, Conlan and Walkup. We need a good left-hander and two good right handers and we are aet for a first division berth, otherwise it's going to be a tight fight with a ahort stick. • • • The two great relays, Penn and Drake relays have gone down Into history with less shattering of world'a records than usual. We at- tribute the lack of record breaking to a reaction from the Olympics of last year. Our athlet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1983. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER f A Publication dedicated to Right, Jtutice and Progress I'ubllaSad frtdar ol Kath IVmI *r THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS 01 flea HWSt fe. Com mm M. ftooa Cathadral 1711-K U. Vol 171 San Antonio, Taiaa fcoorad •• aaeand-claaa matter Ma. i. INI. at tka paat oriWa at Kali Antonio I'.... undar Act of Marco I, i«" Aflr,rt!tln« ratta luroivhM on raavaat. SIHSCRIHTION HATKHi I raar. W W; I munlhi. |IJS; UnfU Cow, W I National Ad.ertiaing Kapraaantallvra. W H nil Ca„ (.hiraaa, New lark. |M Anaalca. Rocbaatrr. Kauaa utf and laaaa, ooM Coaat. Atrva. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-Gram) Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER. Secretary W. Holland. L. Walker. J. W, J. A. James. P. £. Mclntyre_ -Contributing Editor _Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager -Circulation Manager I All naari matter ahould ba In our of flea br Wadaaadar noan to appear la currant laaua. Ne-« matter mutt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1938. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE nVK Bu siness Directory Prehistoric Hopi Indian Toner Reconstructed W. L. Walker Notary Public 1510 E. Houtton St. Phon* Garfield 0076 A RANGE of vision extending for s distance of n*arly 100 milt* evei ** th* Grind canyon and Tainted desert to the Narnjo and Hopl Conn try, 1* to he bad from lhl Indian wotchtower, a re-creation of tbe pre historic Indian towera, at Deaert View Point, M mile* eaat of El Torar Arlr. Tbe tower la built of native stone* collected from tbe eurroundtni country, many of tbem from Indian mini found along the rim of the GranC canyon. . YV.V.Hurd, D.D.S. 608E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office Phone Fannin 7884 PR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calla Aniwered Day or Night Re*. 1727 Bin St — Office 207 K. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. In Ph. Uarf. MM—Or. rn. ran. Mil * Office I1IV4 W. Commrrce SL f An. 3103 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE T* OBSTBTRICAL SPIClALlftT (Child Dlrth) Hours: 9-12:90 a.m., 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

PACE SIX 4AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAT tZ 1938. Society H Clubs K X Personals SATURDAY AND MONDAY LAST TWO DAYS RADIO FREE Get entry blank with 50c purchase at Sommers. Fill it in in not more than 20 words— "WHY I LIKE TO TRADE AT SOMMERS." Drop your entry in the box. at any Som- mers Store, or mail it to us. SATURDAY - MONDAY SPECIALS 10t Palmolive Soap 5c Limit 2 SBc Colgates Tooth Paste 17e 50c Yeast Foam Tablets 3fic SOc Serjeant's Dog Reme- dies ... 47c iOc Knlrnos Tooth Paste 31c 25c Mercurochrome ..... I7c 25c LaTender Talc 17c SI .00 Cream of Xujol 69c 50c Pint Flit J#c $2.50 Pint Jeans Brillian- tine - .....9Jt 35c Jar Wrights Silver Cream 21c M..10 Podres Wine Tonic 89c $1.50 Clinical Thermome- ter Me 50c Aromatic Cascara -.37c Ilk Cause Toilet Tissue, S for ... 25c $2.25 Lactogen, hospital site 11.59 Alcorex, pint 24c $1.00 Lucky Tiger hair ton- ic .83c 75c O. J s Beauty Lotion 67c a Home Institution he M. K.T. Boosters Club for the Small Boy L This manly Uttle suit la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 12,. 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Dunbar Industrial Club The club «n entertained by Mrs. Clifton Brown, (60 Belmont atreet, Meeting opened at the usual hour. Sewing was the feature of the eve- ning. A delightful aalad courae was served. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Celestlne Jeffers. SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. Bertha 8eott was enter talnad w"h surprise birthday party Friday night, April 28 given by Miss A. E. King at her home, 162 Albert St. A delicious menu was aerved. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Lee DoUon, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gaines, Mrs. W. M. Larry, Miss Carrie Lee Scott, Rev. T. H. Sandle, Mrs. 0. C. Johnson, Mrs. E. Williams, F. Christina, Mrs. Lora Austin, Mrs. Bertha Scott, and George Scott. l.ockhart News Pleaae have your five cents ready for the Register when the •gent comas around, please. Sunday was regular pastoral day at the M. P. church. S. S. was on time with Brother L. H. Hudspeth at his post of duty. Rev. Cyphers is back from Luling where he ran a two week...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 May 1933

PAGE EIGHT " LNION BA1TIST CHl'RCH Re*. J. L. Taylor, put or The Superintendent and teach- ■•ra met at 9:18 tor concentration services from which they entered enthusiastically into the Sunday •chool work. Supt. Thompson is laying plan* (or an annua! promo- tion day which will be on the sec- ond Sunday in June. The pirit u trul with us throughout the day aa we had five accession*, three for baptism. The B. Y. P. U. tin- ker the supervision of President E. Brown is putting forth strenuous efforts to train the young chris- tians. Group No. I rendered a nice program. Mrs. Bessie Jones en tertanied the S. School and B. Y. P. U. club at the residence of Mrs. Bailey on E. Houston street Thurs- day. Mrs. A. L. Norris enter-! tamed the Bible Band in the church Cafeteria. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER BETHEL A. M. E. CHl'RCH Rev. R. C. Walker, Pastor The services at Bethel were well attended all day. At the 11:00 a. m. service the pastor preached a very interesting sermon. holp spirit was present and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

* ji Head Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sal>r Ajvtonio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Dlegro Newspapei in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 7. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1933. 8c PER COPY OUSTED BISHOP TAKESEmbalraerStudents OVER SCHOOL POSITION P"~"T" Get 'Cold Turkey' At Para Hotel Superintendent of Industrial Side of School He Once Headed as President QUINDARO, Kan.—(ANP)—Former Bishop W. T. Vernon has been named as superintendent of the Industrial side of Western university here. His election took place last Sat- urday after new officers had been named for the state side of the institution. The new officers selected were Bishop J. A. Hamlett of the C. M. E. church, president; Dr. J. G. N. Soanei, vie* president and U. S. Graham of Topeka, *ecretary. The new officers presage something of , a shift in the control of the school. Originally an A. M. E. institution, for many years, first under the leadership of the then Rev. Vernon, • political p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER MUD AY, MAY 19, 1938. Austin ~Neu>s Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Dramatic Order Kni(hU of Guar The (irat meeting of the month Was held and business of the year . finished for their annual enter- J tainmenL The following officers tvere elected: Ira Coleman, Wade Dean, Lewis Johnson, D. L. Mc- Intyre, J. M. Walton, Chas. Spann, Marquess Thompson, Ennis Fergu- son. Thos. Kinchion, Jr. and Geo. Coleman. Personal Mention , Mr. and Mrs. Van Elbert Scales, Mr. and Mrs. Van Williams, Miss l.orene Scales, Messrs. Monroe Hodge Jr., Louis Barrow and Earl- 4>n Scales motored to San Antonio last Thursday night to attend the Cab Calloway dance. They also Visited relatives while there, • • • Mr. D. M. Johnson was the grate- ful recipient of many kindnesses •hown him Mother's day by the members of Wesley Chapel church. Mr. Johnson also wishes to thank lis friends who 'buy the S. A. Reg- ister from him each week. was glaxed, and the ladies were pretty. Needle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1933. SfA N ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE ^ Sports and 4 School News G leaning i From the Sports World By J. D. "Fata" LOWERY Our Walloping Friars are tucked •way in the first division, giving ev'ijbody but Beaumont trouble. Ji' umont ia just our jinx, bad resa to them, but we are traveling iuat the same. We don't know just how effec- tive our new southpaw ia. He received his baptiam against the tail-enders, but by the time this article ap- pears in print, we may have had another op port unity to look him over and decide how he will stack up against the Texas League batters in July and August. We hope that Walkup ia not overworked and ruined as was one Watt, of the old Indians of Block. Stadium on S. Presa street. He had a prom- ising future in baseball but the old aoupbone went back on him and he hasn't been consistently good aince. In a couple of years we look for* Heath to be burning up the Big Leagues with his upper as well as being able to smack the old horse hide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

V PAC.E FOUR oAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1988. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress I-Ubimwd frtd.J ol each WhI by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS OUlta MHiS t. Couiiucr.< St .*koo> CalhaOral mi-K O. Boi in San Antonio, Teiaa festered •• KDwI ilau uiattrr Ma, i. 1*31. at lb* poat ufOc« at San Antonio, lelaa, urultr Act ol Marcti i. 117* A(l rtlalne run tumlihM un rrqufrt. •L IMM.NIFTIOS *ATU: I J far, H.IN; I mould!. HZ,: Single Copy, te National Adt'rttatiK Mfnantitltn. W B. an to, Utiraaa. haw tort, Lm Angflra. Rocbaater. fcanaaa Cltjr and La*aa, I10M Coaet, AWtt. VALMO C. BELLINGER. Preeident-Treaiurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYKI. BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland- W. L. Walker J. A. June* P. £. Mclntyre — -Contributing Editor Contributing Editor _Advertiting Manager _ Circulation Manager All n« . matter .bould t-r in our offlrt by Wfdnndar noon to appear n currant laaua. Sea.. matter mu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1983. usiness Directory oAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAUE FTVK W. L. Walker Notary Public 1BS0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurt], D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Taylor News Offioa Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calla Answered Day or Nlfht He*. 1727 Hays St - Office 807 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. In- Ph. tiarf. f. n . ran. 8SS1 Off let S13V4 W. Commerce M. JU«. 1103 We Houston Street ) DR. J. R. MOORE oesTrraiCAL spxeuurr •Child Ulrtki Houra: - : a.m.. 3 :JO-7 p.m. Sunday bjr appointment (Mailing address) H. O. HoiMS Service Day or Nlfht SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS 0DAND ENGPAVING CO 0 117'$ W PCCAN UN AnT0M!0,Tf*AS OUR NEW TELEPHONE •ial Kenwood 6137 Leonards Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET MO JO INCENSE Just send nanut uddrrii and So itainpTto rover malli(ik cMts. for Free Sample of Mo-Jo In cense. ■■ Mo-Jo Co- Sill Cottavs Crovo Ati, D« L HI CklMto, Ml. Add to Your charm with a clear, light complexion ... and the easiest, qu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

\i ' ftLm ■' 1 • 2$? PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MAY 19, 10,83. Society X X Clubs « X Personals KSOMMERS" WAGNEIIS (^j) SATURDAY - MONDAY SALE IPANA 31C 35c WILLIAMS' aj SHAVING CREAM C4C 50c PREP < a BEARD SOFTENER I UC $1.00 GOLDEN PEACOCK BLEACH CREAM *t!JC 65c PT. QQ WITCH HAZEL 05JC PINT 14 RIBBING ALCOHOL 23C ANACIN TABLETS 16c $1.00 SQUIBB'S CQ# MINERAL OIL DOC $1.50 eqr AGAROL OSC NOXZEMA 49C KRCSCHEN SALTS 57c $1.25 oqr ABSORBINE. JR 03l DRYCO — 49C FOR GRADUATION 40 Per Cent Discount on All Parker, Duofold Pens and Pencils REGULAR $5.00 £0 QQ REGULAR $7.00 £Q REGULAR $8.50 ALL SIZES AND COLORS—SAVE AT SOMMERS & f>e Of 'm fjac/ct TO ENSEMW.E WITH NEW FROCKS THERE'S hanlly a dre** this year that would con- sider standln* on 1U own merit. Instead your 1933 design alllaa Itself with either a Jacket or a cape and thereby adds no end of chic lo IU make-up. The aktrt. blouse and cap* ensemble of checks Is one new design on tha fashion horizon thai trains smart...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

KKIUAV. MAY 19, 1933. JAN ANTONIO REGISTER FKlUAr, MAY 19, 1933. --Corpus Christians Visit in San Antonio { One Half of the New Albanian Navy I'~. and Mm. Roy Bohman, Mr*. | r Week ley, Mr. Tom Garcia, . t Tind aon, Tom Jr, and Mr. and t Wr«. Richard H. Winn of Corpui Chriitl were midweek ffueita of Mr, and Mn. W. K. Brown. Seguin News Prof. S. T. Tnnay, the Nagro County Farm scant ia in Austin for tan day«. Prof. Tonay la de- livering a aariet of lecturaa to the mlnlsteri during their ahort course. Mr.. Alice Frldi- Well, of Lo. Angelaa, Calif., la in the city for an indefinite atay on a viait to her aon, Dr. C. B. Friday, M. D., of this city. Mrs. Edna Chatman of San An- tonio is a vi.iter tn the city, Mrs. Chatman ia • native of Saguin but adopted San Antonio a few year, ago. She is stopping at the resi- dence of Mrs. Erma Shelby while in the city. The citlsens of Beguin of all race, all Jxrw their heads in solemn revarenca to the passing of one of the moet noble citlsens that an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 May 1933

mm p page eight SAN ANTONIO REGISTER r'RIDA T, MAT 12, IMS. ON THE AIR and OTHERWISE Chicago.—Earl Hines carried his band and entire show from the Grand Terrace Cafe down to Bsls- ban A Katz largest Chicago thea- tre, the Chicago, for a full week of entertainment laat week. Besides doing four shows daily and five on Saturdays and Sundays, the outfit doubled back to the Terrace for the eight-lifers. Their twice nightly broadcasts were augmented by a special one over KYW from 8:30 to f:45 in the evening. Led by Va- llda, Louise Cook and Walter Ful- ler, the show went over with a bang. • • • Willard Robinson is duly com- plimented upon the way he inter- prets the harmonies and rhythms which have made the Negro world famous in his contribution to mu- sic and literature. Although which Mr. Robinson brings out these de- tails in his musical pragrams thru the facilities of the National Broadcasting Company every Tues- day night. His Deep River orches- tra is scoring a tremendous hit Weekly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

f- r wr* / 1 •* T;' + • f •*•/■•« i # . v < • - • •* • / • ' Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers S an Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 8. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1933. 6c PER COPY VETERAN OFFICER DIES HERE PUBLISHER'S WIFE LEAVES UNEXPECTEDLY Wild Rumors Follow Sudden , Disappearance Of Popular Young Matron & Her Mother WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN Note Left at Home Tells Unsuspecting Spouse That She Was Leaving for a Short 'Vacation—Visiting Mother- in-law Plays Stellar Role in Breaking Up Home, It Is Claimed T EAVING A NOTE to th effect that she was going away for a short vacation, Mrs. Myrl T. Bellinger, wife of the publisher of the S. A. Register and for the past two years Secretary of the Register Publishers, left the city in company with her mother, Mrs. Estelle Jones, Siturday night, May 13. Mrs. Jones, the estranged wife of Raymond Jones of Phil- adelphia, has been a visitor with he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

PAGE TWO Austin JVews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 (iigolo Social Club | Delightful Visitor Th* rluh met at the Paradiie Mr . Julius Mitchell, popular Inn Monday eveninf. May 21. Meet- aaeiaty matron of San Antonio wai ing wai called to order by the pres- the ^J10""®, *uest ot Mr- .... , . and Mrs. P. H. Bellamy, Jr., over ldent whwen much bu.ines* wa* th, w„k.,n<,. Mn_ M|tch#11 ,, , transacted proving to be the most p«st president of the Silver Slipper •uccess/ul meeting of the year. The club and wife of Julius Mitchell president * poke briefly to the club 's *',*• prominent in the Alamo concerning the organisation of a ""ity The visit was oc- aister club to be known as the c «ion d by the spring formal giv (iigolettes. After the meeting a ,n by th* Frieenship social club special table was arrsnged in the of *hich Mrt- Bellsmy Is s^re main dining room of tha Plwilwl. Inn where a delicious ice course ' was in various colors. Soft drinks Corpus Christi were also served. Our i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 2«, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER TAGR THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World The Mliaioni had ■ aucceuful Nad trip winning nine and losing •even. Bittencouit first baie play liai apparently robb«d hii bat of lome of its potency but Huffemay en' terrific ■lugging, after a slow itart hai more than offset Betten court's little ■lump. Now with the left, hinder that Manager Hank has been mov- ing earth and high water to get a r r 1 v,l ng eur pitching staff is looking up. With the rapport that the battery- men have, 'a pitcher doesn't need more than a prayer on the ball to he effective but some of our pit- cher* don't seem even to have that. The ilumpi are awful, they really need microscopes ai far ai balls are concerned. Well, old Jakle Atl has taken that Ft. Worth club and given It winning waya. It hai won almoit ai many ball gamei in the ten days under him ai it die! the whole time that Holke had charge of It The Philadelphia Athletici ap- parently have...

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