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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1933. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. S. Hackberry and Nebraska Rev. R. J. Jordan. Pastor Sunday School was largely at- tended and the lesson was enthu- siastically discussed. The school was reviewed by the Reverend H. B. Haywood, superintendent of Mil- lion of the State of Michigan enjoyed preceding the sermon at night. Pastor Curry preached a practical sermon, full of thought and inspiration. Friday night (to- night) the Senior choir will have their Dress parade and Cotton re- vue. It is hoped that a record at- tendance will witness this affair, The pastor being out of the city, the services were conducted thru- which will be very interesting, out the day by the Reverend H. B. Many entrants and beautiful cot- Hajrwood, who brought an inspir-1 ton froci,, wiu be featured, ing message, at both the morning and evening services, to the audi- ence. At the regular morning serv- ices, he spoke from the :!2nd chap- ter of St. Luke, subject "Perse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

0*" * i _ Read Our Ads and I % Patronize Our Advertisers Sajv Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 12. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933 6c PER COPY WEEK END ROBBERIES MOUNT; MANY VALUABLES ARE LISTED AS STOLEN Change of Personnel in Local Identification Bureau Made Mr. Edward J. Pytel (white), who was for a number of years employed in the Identification bu- reau at detective headquarter* in collaberation with Sgt. I*. Holler- •n, waa promoted as private sec- retary to Mr. Owen W. Kilday, chief of police, a few months ago. The Recister will long remember Mr. Pytel for his friendly manner in which he gave hia assistance whenever called upon and ia very grateful to him for his many cour- tesies. Sgt. P. Holleran is in complete charge of the record room and will be remembered by many San An- tonians for his wonderful talks over the radio as well as to the school Postal Men Must Take Furlough Washington.—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

PAGE TWO dAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933. Austin "News Section p. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 , | R. L. Ramsey and Miss M. CarrinR. | ton. A delicious menu was served. Cards and dancing were enjoyed. Chatter Box Wonder why Julius Warmoth al way* requests Cab Calloways "Ain't fot a Gal in This Town?" - Pickerson and Moielle P"Mnil M<,n,io" Wamoth talkirc it over and they're | Mr - Nin Tl>Ior Imv* for I ■11 full of smiles . . .and Clydt San Antonio Sunday morning where Shields is still grieving about the "he will spend a few days before little chicken . . .wonder why Dave 1 fin* I" Kerrville. where she plans Bedford comes to Austin so often. t0 'PWd about six weeks. No, it wasn't little red riding hood j it wa« Miss Lulu Sloan in a red 1 The body of Mr. Selma T.a Rue hot red rutfit . . . Why doe< Miss Washington was carried to Manor Johnnie Mac Moore stay in o for Interment last Sunday. Mr. close" . . . Misses Dilworth. Hallie Washington was the son of Mr Mri. A. Adams ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREfc Sports and School News JESSE OWENS WINS LAURELS AT CHICAGO MEET Gleanings From the Sports World Don't give up the ihip because our scrapping padres are losing. They have not cracked. We are just now getting the breaks and no team can win without them. Look at the New ork Yankees, the most power- ful house in baseball, being bumped ■bout by the Uil enders, and then take heart. Our good batters are driving them at the fielders in the pinches. Just our share of bad luck. Watch us snap out of this slump and 1 a m b a s t and buff all comers. Walkup has had to be yanked in his last three starts. Wiltse lost a heart-breaker. Kowalic has been ineffective, and Red Colan can't get started. When these tossers regain their form, watch out league. We attribute part of the fault of our losing atreak to night baseball. Take Haffman, who had tobe benched because of inability to play order the lights. His case is the common ca.«s of the rest o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

PAGE FOUR A N ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress FublUbM Krtday ol 1Kb knt Dj THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulflrr i Comment t t *bon« Cathedral 1721-1'. O. Bai J7'i Han Aaimlo, Ttia* l.ntrreu as %r oi «l matter Ma* 5, !¥. !, at the poat ulllce at han Antonio, 1>xa«, under Act ot Mann 3, IR7« Ad«ertiatn« ratea lurulalml on rvqueat. •UBSOUi'MPN HATKfei 1 )rar. $U.9u. o moutha. $1-^., Magi* Copy, 6c National Advenutng Hepreaentattvea, W. b. lift Co., t hk-afo, .New *ori# t/«a Angelea. Ro> heater fcantat city and l-a*<> . Gold :.. a l, Atrica. 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 All nr«< mattrr thou i >1 if id our olflct by Wflocstliir onoo to appear Id curr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 23,1983. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER /•AGE FIVE Busii ess Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1S30 E. Houston St. Phona Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608V£ E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Offic* hours: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 3:0 Op. m. to 6:80 p. m. Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1848 W. Poplar San Antonio Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calla Answered Day or Night Kcs. 1727 Hayi St. — Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. Kn. Ph. Gart. usm—Ol. rn. ran. nil Office 'A W. Ccmmrrcf St. 1m. 1103 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE j OCSTETIICAL SPECIALIST (Child Birth) noun: *-t>:M a.m.. p.m. Sundar by appotntmrnt (Malum addreeei P. O. bo SU Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Ddand Engpaving Co 0 ft / * w Pf r ar SAH ANTONIO Tf XAS DONT FORGET what the lllRSE RECOMMENDS Every home needs this won- derful product. It comes in handy for so many things— cuts, burns, bumps and bruises. Eases head ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, .TUNE 23. 1933. Society H K Clubs K S Personals SOMMERS SPECIALS for Saturday and Monday MV Java Face Powder 10c Palmolive S< ;i for $2.50 Hospital Lactogen $1.50 Pinkham's Compound ____ 80c Lysol fiOc Syrup Pepsin 35c Ingram's Shaving Cream $1.00 Citro. carbonate 50c Nob Spi $1.00 Pycop* Tooth Powder 50c Pebecc" tiOc Syrup of Fiji 35c Scholl'i Preparations Mc Pond's Creams *p 36c 16c $1.88 __ 93c „ 42c 42c 24c 89c 33c 72c 33c 39c 24c 39c 50c Luxor Fact Powder ____ fiOc Danderine , 60c Udorono 40c Castoria 86c Jad Silt* __ 50c Jergens Lotion l!5c Mavia Talc $1.20 Sal Hepatic* 25c J. & J. Talcum 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste $1.25 Absorbing Jr $1.00 Lucky Tiger _ 35c Cutex Prepaartions 25c Iodine ______ Charmers Social Club After the parade, Sunday eve- ; ning, June 18, the Charmers gath- ered with friends and gave an im- promptu party at 219 Douglass ay. Everybody was in high spir- its and had an enjoyable time. Tues- day night, June 20 the C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN Del Rio Neti's Sunday School at Mt. Olive Bap- tist Church and Bethel A. M. E. were as uaual. Mr. and Mra. Ronnie Blanks and children Rosco Jr. and Leela, Mrs. Een Factor and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (Bill) Jackson, were visitors in San Antonio. Miss Amies Pollemon has return- ed to her home in San Antonio aft- er an enjoyable visit here. Mr. and Mr* Walter Cooper and daughters, Mifses Valllo Mac •nd Walter Lee, also a friend, Miss Alice Connor, motored to Groes- back, Texas, to visit relatives and friends. Mr. Lural Appling is visiting in San Diego, Calif., his stay there to be indefinite. The Jolly Girls Club met at 501 Dignowity with Miss Ella Mae Mc- Kee as hostess. After the busi- ness, an hour of serializing was enjoyed. Refreshments were then ■erved. Pleaso bring or phone the news In not later than Sunday. Dale News ley 9-0. Bastrop played tho win- ners and were defeated 4-5. Mrs. Elln Taylor is always anx- ious for the Register....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 June 1933

rAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933. Japanese Judges Probe Accidents Iy VIEW of the Increnslnj number of train accidents In Japan, the chief Juitlee of the Tokyo District courts decided to send out touie of Oils associate Judges to ride on a train from Tokyo to Nagoya for the ,purpose of aeein* for them'elres Just how accidents occur and to deter- mine who la responsible. They are shown here aitired In engineers' .uniforms about to start out on their trip. FARM BOY WINS PRIZE Greensboro, N. C.—(ANP)—Paul Morrison. 4-H club boy of States- ville, lrede County, has every rea- son in the world to be proud. Young Morrison received a (fold medal for producing the highest yield of corn at least of any colored farm boy belonging to the 4-H club of the state last year. The award was given Tuesday by former students and alumni of the Negro Agricultural and Technical college. All students vied for hon- ors. ' Morrison produced 81 bushels of corn on a measured acre. The corn w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

1 I i Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajv Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT ..JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 13. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1933 6c PER COPY ABBOTT GIVES WIFE $52,500 AND DIVORCE Prominent Personages At Annual N.A.A.C.P. Meeting In Session; Chicago Settlement Including Pierce Arrow Auto- mobile Ends Hectic Marital Voyage of Famous Chicago Publisher and Wife. pHICAGO.—(ANP)—Finis was written to the celebrated domestic drama of the Robert S. Abbotts here Saturday morning in the courtroom of Judge Philip Finnegan when, following a setlement between the principals in the case, the court indicated a few minutes later that he would sign a decree. Mrs. Abbott was awarded $50,000 in cash, a Pierce Arrow car, some household effects, including silverware, and an ad- dition*! f2,500 for attorney's fees, ( ————————— tnaking a total of )5,000 so far 4warded to her lawyer, Robert E. Cantwell, Jr. Action in the cane...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

rAGE 1 wo <AN ANTONIO REGISTER FfllDAY, JUNE 30, 1933. Austin Wews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Per onal Mention | tnents were served. Next meeting 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Allen enter- j will be held with Miss Medearis. tained a few of their friends at a Bridge Breakfast lovely breakfast the morning of the Mrs. K. E. Yerwood and daugh- 9th. Those enjoying their hospl- ter, Mary Agnes, entertained Drs. | C. R. and V. J. Yerwood with a bridge breakfast at their home, 1206 Cotton street, on last Satur- day at 6 a. m. Twenty-four ladies enjoyed the breakfast which was | followed by bridge. Those partici- rating were: Prs. I. B. Prosse, C.! It. and l'. J. Yerwood, Mesdames E. F. Dennis, C. H. Christian, M. Hurd,: W. H. Jones, A. J. Lee, B. M. Rhambo, P. W. Shaw, A. Wilson, J D. R. Woodard, B. A, Yerwood, Misses H. A. Dickerson. V. H. Jen-1 SEEK RADIO BROADCAST FROM STRATOSPHERE DURING PICCARD'S FLIGHT AT WORLD'S FAIR tality were: Mesdames Wyatt, M. Scott, Allen, Mr. and Mrs. S. Smit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World By J. D. "FATS" LOWERY What a disappointment our Mil- lion* have proven to be on this road trip. The only bright ipot In the whole cataitrophe hai been Kid Purdy'i ilugging and we believe Walkup hai returned to form be- came of hii relief pitching afainit Houaton. Purdy'i injury doei not mhance our chances any. A case where our pitching itaff hai folded up completely. It begin! to look as though our work ii cut out to end up in the firit divi- sion. If Hank would work a little more it would be better, although we have heard that the Browns ordered Hank to work Heath. Our wish and desire ii to be fulfilled. They are going to broadcast the came of games. The all-itar National League team venui the All Star American League team to be play- ed in Chicago. e e e In all the cry railed about Owens ef Cleveland, his partner and team mate, Albrltton, wai overlooked. He garnered a fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1933. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Economic Creche I'ubJIabad frrlday ol tiacb Waafc by THE BEGISTER PUBLISHERS Off let A084 b. ixmirnrir* St. •hone Cathedral 1721—IV O. Boi 371 San Antonio, Tetat Kotarad at tecond-clatt nitttrr May 5, 1931( at Ibt pott offlct at San Antonio, l'riai, undrr Act of Marcn 3, 1179 Ad Tart lain* raftt lurnlthrd on rrqufat SttiSCHIHHON MAILS: 1 year. «.0U; 6 muniht, 91.25; Single Copy, 5c National Advertising Hrpreaeutatlvet, \N b. Zltl (o., i.hlcago, .Sew tork. Lot Angelei. Roctietter. Kansti City and l<agoa, t«old Coatt, Atrtra. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER. Secretary J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker— J. A. Jamei P. £. Mclntyre— .Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor -Advertising Manager -Circulation Manager All new* matter tbould be in our office by Wednesday noon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1933. aN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory VV. L. Walker Notary Public 1680 E. Houston St. Phon* Garfield 0074 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office houri: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 8:0 Op. m. to 6:30 p. m. "t/ Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1648 W. Poplar San Antonio Robstown News Office Phona Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night Km. 1727 Hays St — Office 207 K. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. aas. Ph. Uarf. osat—or. rn. ran. Mil Office SIJW W. Commrrr# St. lUa. 3103 W. Houston Strwt DR. J.R.MOORE OCSTSTRICAL BPiCCIALIBT (Child Birth i Bourt: 9-12:90 ■.in., 3 >90-7 p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mailing address) P. O. Itox510 Service Day or Ni|ht BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS }'• Dqand Engpaving Co 0 II1 '"i A PtC.AH SAM AffTOHlO.TCXAS ' OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dill Keiwood 6137 leooirds Phirmacy 701 S. PINE STREET Add to Your CHARM with a clear, zfaght complexion . . ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

PAGE SIX i A N ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JUNE 30, 1933. Society H Clubs X Personals | SOMMERS Just a Few of Our Friday Saturday and Monday SPECIALS 67c Houston Couple Visit Sister Here New Tea Room for Couple Marry Clubs and Parties In New Mexico 11.00 Ovaltine — i. . $2.50 Hoip. in* Z Lactogen ** 25c Meads Cereal 50e Halls Borated Talc, 1 lb. 23c Williami Talc. ' A «t. odors 35c Tre Jur Talc 25c Narcissus Talc, 2 for S5c Ponds Creams 50c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream 50c Jergen's Lotion 50c Ingram's Milk- weed Cream 50c Unguentine 30c Mentholatum 35c Scholl's Corn Pads 25c Z.'"e Stearat* 29c 36c 39c 29c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 50c Kolynoi Tooth Paste _____ 60c Forhan'a Tooth Paste 60c Tube Lavender Shav. Crm. 50c Tube Brushless Shav. Creatr,t O w S5c Qt jqr Witch Hazel H3I# 2«c 91n Dew «0c Mum Odorono Compact , 50c Dainty Deodorant 25c Black Draught _ $1.00 Cream of Nujol J1.00 Bayer's Aspirin Tabs (100's) Hobart Aspirin Tabs (100's) 40c Castoria Mr. and Mrs. John Wall, well I known co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1983. Kenedy News About the moit pretentious celt brition of the nineteenth of June held ia Kenedy in lome time was held Monday at the Fair grounds. A big barbecue, a ball fame and •ther amusement* were Included. The day wa« itarted off with a big parade which was headed by Uncle Jess Givens as grand marshal! Master of ceremonies, Rev. C. H Adklns, Mayor W. T. Scarborough spoke and among the many things he said that he had seen many celebrations but this was the finest bo had seen. Selection by the or< thestra. Emancipation of Procla nation, by Rov. Sam. Boston. In troduction of the queen of the day, Miss Lucille Smith. Response, Rev C. H. Adklns. Gallilee Baptist church of which Rev. C. A. Singletary is pastor, opened Sunday School at 8:80. Eve ning service promptly at 3:80. At 1:10 he spoke to an appreciative audience. One accession. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray and family of San Antonio were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. McCay. In summer your hair commands more a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 June 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN A NT ONTO REG ISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1933. FUNERAL HELD AT ST. PAUL FOR REUBEN McKINNEY Bv LEE W. CHASE. JR. FUNERAL SERVICES for Reuben 0. McKinney were held Wednesday afternoon, June 28 at St. Paul M. E. Church. Rev. J. W. Warren, pastor, delivered the funeral address. Many friends paid their last respects to McKinney, who was hid in great esteem by all who knew him. The Young Men's Progressive club, of which he was a member, and ex-presi- dent, sustain in his loss their intellectual leader. He was ac- St James Group Holds Meeting tive in St. Paul Church, Alamo Royal Links, and the Varsity "H" Club of Samuel Huston college Which he attended from 1 2'.'-1932. Pall bearers were members of Price Co., morticians, in charge. He is survived by Mr. and Mrs. O'Dell McKinncy and Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Cliff, his parents, a brother, Odell McKinney, another brother, the Masonic Lodge. Interment was Charles Thompson, and Miss Lucy in Victoria, his native home. The j Thompson, sist...

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

KMC r-w •* pr DETECTIVE GETS CONFESSION FROM ACCUSED MAN Head Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 14. SAN ANTONIO, texas, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1933 6c PER COPY ETTA MOTEIN CETS BREAK AND STARS IN 'GOLD DIGGERS OE '33 J OS ANGELES, Cal.—(By Fay Jackson, talented Pacific Coast newswoman, for the ANP)—Have you ever seen Etta Moten, the screen and stage star? If you haven't, don't miss "Gold Diggers of 1933." Etta is the University of Kan- PICKENS AND DARROW STAR AT NATIONAL MEET Noted Lawyer Philosophizes on Importance of Shifting Attack to Meet Present Day Needs—"Too Many of the Big Colored Politicians Betraying Race'' Says Darrow CHICAGO.—(ANP)—What might be termed as one of the most intensive arguments for real thought was revealed at the Saturday afternoon session of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People conference, h§ld in Chicago, last week. A...

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

) t-AUfi ItvO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER i-RIDAY, JULY 7. 1933. Austin Wews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Chatter Box. Winder whit has become of An- nie Mae Wilkins. When last heard of aha was een walking home from a party and we're still won- daring why—and you just can't keep Calhoun's car off of Nava- •ota street these summer Java— What kind of huddles are Leonard Walla and Jamea (Lubbock) Lewis •ontemng between themselves at| the party Saturday night over an- other fellow's girl—Yowsa, the Dil- worth girls must have brought a huge magnet from Granger and deposited it on Olive street. What has become of Miss Bertha Storey, we note Ralph DeBlanc has a few momenta to spare of late.—Friend I'eltenberg it tha big he-man life guard at the pool now and we no- tired a bathing suit in the back (eat of Baby Sis' car recently.— And word comes from San Antonio that Blanche Butler is a flaming youth around the Alamo City these days. And the story runs that Lau- ra Connelly hal found content- m...

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

FRIDAY, JULY 7,1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World We mw San Antonio play night baseball and can readily under- Hand htr extended losing litretch •n the road. Such a night an Mon- day night, although if Bettencourt had come through with a Ruthian Mat in the ninth inning, the game would have been a 11 tied up. J u ■ t think, three er- rors one one play. W o r e than Class D baseball. Why don't we get a couple of field- eri while Hurdy and Hoffman are cut of the game? It wan our pleas- ure to be at one of the Beaumont games with Harry "Etewardy" Davis, and what a walking authori- ty in baseball, both past and pres- ent, he revealed himself to be. We wish we could have that pleasure every game that we attended. Jim- my Fokx sent on a hitting rampage Sunday that made the whole coun- try sit back and take notice. Out of eight times at bat he only hit four homers, a triple and double, running seven ahead of Ruth and Gehrig. As we se...

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