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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 25 August 1933

PAGE EIGHT SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Rn. 1. H. KelWy, Puttr Th, Church School op«ned it 9:30 1. m. with a great lesson. Tht preaching service began at 11:15, the subject of the morning sermon keinj "Those Who Art Ptad To Sin, Cannot Livt Any Longer SAN ANTONIO REGISTER /RIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1933. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHl'RCH I Rit. G. F. C. C urry, paator A vtry tnjoyablt servic, was j witnessed last Sunday at 7 a. m. when Rev. T. H. Robinson delivered a short, interesting aermon. An appreciative audience was in at- ! tendance. Following thii service, Therein." The funeral of Mn. Me- Sunday school was a real attrac- lelia Allen was held at 3:30 p.m. tjon jor practicaH]r the entire u- Carter Sutton company in charge. w.... ij„i B. Y. P. U. met at 8:30 p.m. The dl*n"' The lesson wa. beautiful •object was discussed with much and aroused much enthusiasm. B. enthusiasm. Preaching service be- j y. P. U. lesson topic w,s discussed gan at the usual hour. The pastor muc(, ltai nd the program j again ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 September 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sat* Atvtowio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 22 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1933 6c PER COPY WEST END BARBER HELD IN SLAYING May Start Death Takes Daily In NewYorK \]EW YORK—(ANP)—That the 327,706 Negroes in Greater New York City ought to have a daily newspaper, is the firm conviction of a group of prominent citizens of that city, headed by Mr. William M. Kelly, former editor of the Amsterdam News. Mr. Kelly, in a recent statement mailed to leaden throughout the country, pointed out the poxibil- ity of such a project as follows: First, communities far insignif- icant in population to New York City have successful Negro daily newspapers, namely: Atlanta, Ga.; Rochelle, New York; ar.d also the 4,660 negro inhabitants in a small town in the vicinity of New York. Secondly, many other nationali- ties in New ork City have thriving dailies, Arabians. Bohemians, Chi-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 September 1933

PAGE TWO oAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1033. Austin JVews Section Th« Royal T. C. Social Club 1 also is a delegate. Mesdames Ka- The club met at the home of Miss tie Ennels, Louise Mead, and De Gussie Franklin, 1814 Maple ave- nue Tuesday evenin*. August 2'J, at the usual hour with the president in charge. After • lengthy business loris White will leave for Richmond this week to attend the anniver- sary services of Rev. K. H. Branch. Mt. Calvary Y. S. S. opened at session ten members were added the usual hour. Lesson by Mrs. to the club. A delicious course *ss B. Lott. The Star Light Band, Y. served. Oame* and other features W. A. and W. H. M .8. combined to were enjoyed. Next meeting will be have a selective service at the at 1503 Thirteenth street. church Monday night the pastor I held a business meeting at the Personal Mention. church. Mrs. Johnson has -pen! a month t Little Kate bmith Combs was %ith her daughter. Mrs. M. N honored by her mother with a birth. Smith at...

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

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1983. SAN ANTONIO RE-OTSTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Western Sports By HARRY LEVETTE Lei Angelct.—(ANP)—It wu really a shock to hear of Ac* Hud- kin* tcttlnt ihot Monday morning. On* would not willingly harm anyone, but like many human* too many iwigs of alleged liquor had • tendency to make him quairel- aome. But at that he ha* never been known to deliberately pick a fight nor to turn on hi* fri*nd*, but w*t alway* ready to avenge With hit fiits a real or fancied wrong to him or hi* companion*. Personally, he ha* alway* treated we iwell, he was alway* th* *ame wherever I happened to meet him, •nd I have been glad to count him •nd all hi* brother* a* real friend* ever since 1926. And here'* hop- ing the moat sensational fighter in the whole wide world wins the greatest and hardest battle of his whole career. TO SEEK CHAMPION OF COI.ORED HEAVYWEIGHTS LEROY HAYNES vs. DYNA- MITE JACKSON! That's the choice moriel Wirt Ross, hustling, wide- awake manager of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 September 1933

PAGE FOUR -AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress A Good Place to Trade PublUM tTKUj •! Men Wwk b* THfc REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulrica k. Conmrrct St rhaal Cathedral I7M-K O. Boi S"J 5«l Aatmlo, Tfin ■atertd u Mr«nd-ciaM nitttr Mi; , ISJ1. at tbi poll Kfrici at San Antonio. J. mV-rlhW r.... rirnt^ 0r, rP,u^. lbl£*HTloS IUTB; 1 r—r. H.wti « maoibi. IIJt. nn« i'>P>. * Nitlooil Adwiuiaa K«prMMt«tlTM. w. a. MilI lA. V1""*'' N"' 4,rk' u tn««m. Socamar. mm UU na li««i. Gold w. VALUO C. BELLINGER. Pr*aid*nt-Trea*urer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-G«n«ral Manager Contributing Editor .Contributing Editor Advertising Manager rimilitin" Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker— J. A. James P. E. McIntyT*- am n«wi matter ihouM b« In our of(l« bj Wednesd.r ooon <• app"' "J i rurrtnt Uiut Km miliir mull bi plaint? rllt«i and on only nn ld cob; stoat Tba rlabt ta eonJfnw mttifr for con«eal ac« or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1510 E. Houston St Phone Garfield 0078 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/fe E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office hour«: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 3:0 Op. n. to 8:80 p. ni. Phon* Perilling 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. Poplar San Antonio Lapsed Policy Paid In Full By Atlanta Life hmimnce Company Mannish Fall Cloche Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calli Answered Day or Night Km. 1727 Haye St. — Office 207 K. CentVj St. — San Antonio, Tex. lee. Ph. lisrf. usas—Ol. rn. ran. Mil Off let S1SV4 W. Oramrrca It. Rr . 2102 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OBSTETRICAL SPICIAL19T (Child Birth) Roura: S-12:30 a.m., 2:lto-7 p.m. fundaj by appointment (Mailing address) P. O. UosSie Sertice Day or Night 8AN ANTONIO. TEXAS i'\ Rpand EngAming Co 0 U7J W PICAtt 1ANAI1TONIO TEXAS OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dill Kenwood 6137 Leonards Phirmicy 701 S. PINE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 September 1933

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1933. Society X Clubs X X Personals BSOMMERS ^GNERS 4 Day "Opportunity" SALE wnooww Low Prices That You May Never See Aprain Squibb's 40c Tooth Paste 29c Me Luxor Face Powder .... fi(V Caldwell'* Syrup Pepsin 75e Dnan' Kidney Pill* $1.50 Aprol —— Hudnut's 50c Plaza Compact — ?5e Glover's Mane* Remedy ... .. U( Pond's Cold Cream-.. .. -- - 11.25 Sommer*' Alarm Clocks $5.50 Inecto (Notox) Mod ess Sanitary Napkins $1.50 Douche Syringe -- $1.25 Mineral Oil. heavy, qt. 25c Syrup Black Draught Ifle Menlholaturo. tuhc or jar Psyllium 50c; Black. 33c or 3 for 50c No. M* Chill Tonic .. — He Heck Deodorant ... -- 40c Alcorei Rubbing Alcohol, pt. .. $1.25 Mereeril Ointment Soap — New Prep Special. 17c or 3 for — 50c 35c Zino Pads for Corns —-— J,c - 47e 5$c $1.09 36c (9c Mc 87e $3.77 17c 69c 19c 21c 89c 37c 36c 24c 9«c 50c Hinds H. & A. $1.00 Henna San Lotion .. ... 36c 9Sc West End Organist Leaves For Chicago Prof. J. Washington Riggins, ...

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

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN 'Her First Mate' at Majestic Saturday Slim Summerville and ZaSu Pitta •re back in town. Thia delightful comedy pair will be seen starting Saturday at the Majestic theater in "Her First Mate," their latest Universal co- Marling vehicle, and to say that they have outdone their previous efforts is to put it mildly. The pic- ture ia a positive riot of merri- ment. Summerville and Misa Pitta arc preaented as a married couple liv- ing in a 'hick' town on the short of Long Island Sound, with the hus- band dreaming of a career of cap- tain of an ocean-going freighter— and working in a menial position on • Albany River night boat. The fu begins in real earnest when his wife, in an attempt to satisfy hia longing, aacretly spends their entre joint savings to buy for him the little ferry boat which operates out of their town, notwithstanding the fart that the ambitious Slim re- gards the ram ahackle tub with lofty contcmpt. Never before...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 September 1933

UNION BAPTIST CHIRCH Rev. J L. Taylor, pastor. _ At Sunday achool, Superintend- ent Thompson gave some very In- structive remarks to the young folk. In the morning service the daacona and Junior choir rendered ong and devotional service. The pastor came before us with a help ful sermon. The B. Y. P. U. work fAGE EIGHT BETHEL A. M. E. CHI RCH Rer. R. C. Walker, Paator Sunday School at the uaual hour was conducted by the superinten- dent and teachers. At tha 11 a. m. aerviee tha paator preached a very noble ermon, from tha wedding feast. There was one accession to the church. __ 'he A. C. E. league meets each!;;, e're "at'their posts at S:40 Sunday as usual and is doing much | Grou|) No 4 ren(jer d tn excellent to keep up an interest in thi vrognm, Mi„ g. Combs, leader, young people and awaken the spir- At ni(tht >fWr , (tw remarks by it of service and worahip in the th, p4„tor) he p„„n$ed Rev. J. p. church. j Ftgrs who p.vached from the sub- The Dollar Money club is sen--| J>ct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 September 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Satv Ajvtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Head Negro Neicspapei in Southwest Texas VOL. iii.—No. 23. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933 6c PER COPY uHighways of The Nation 55 Br TREZZVANT W. ANDERSON « • • (For the Associated Negro Preas) THE CURRENT SEASON of •enventions will clot* this week- •nd, and with it comes the time to pause for a look at the condition of Negro fraternals during this tor' ri/ic period of strain. The I. B. P. 0. Elks rate high In the list of Negro fraternal or- ders, on account of their Targe membership. The Elks have had a hard year of It, since last they gathered in Atlantic City in 1932. The finances have reached an alarming condition, and even though it is reported the member- ship has increased—some. The to- tal expenditures of the Grand Lodge at Indianapolis last week, were approximately $3000 a tre- mendous drop from the (27,000 splurge for the same purpose in New York City in 19...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 September 1933

PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933. Austin Jsfews Section Gftting back to school is the talk around the Capitol city. The •plrit is vtry high. The Education- al Centers about the city will open cn the 18th. Personal Mention Mr. Thos. Tolbert and other Dal- lames were honor guests at a par- ty at Taradise Inn on the 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mitchell were accompanied by several friends on a week end trip to their Corsicana home where Mrs. Mit- chell's little sister joined them. She will be with Mrs. Mitchell for a *hile at 1306 Cotton street. I ictorta Netcs Mrs. Evelyn Hill Bucke has just returned from Oakland, Calif. Mr?. Mable Plea ant and Mrs. Addie Lott motored from Corpus to spend several weeks with Mrs. Lillie E. McQuirter. Mrs. Lott is Mrs. McQuirter s niece. Mr.«. Ethel Tears and daughter • re visiting her brother in Wash- ington, D. C., and also visiting rel- atives in New York and Chicago. Financt and read the Register every week. So the Southwest'?' be...

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

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 193o. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News J. D. "FATS" LOWERY We sincerely hope that the Min- ion« carry their batting eye into the play-off series with Houston. We feel that if the batters deliver that Kowalik, Wiltsf, Miller and Walkup will hold Houston. Our chances, though look rather meager for Houston has a wonderful d e- fensive team and with Greer, Payne, and Fisher pitching, any team has to have a little luck to beat the Buffs. We don't think that CILft can •tick in the big leagues but under the expert coaching that Walkup will receive that he will develop to be a winner for the Browns. The latter part of the season showed us why Wiltse can't make the big league grade. He is too erratic. Every one was inclined to (ensure Clark Griffith, owner of the Wash- ington Senators for firing the Big Friar, Walter Johnson ,one of base- ball's most beloved figures. But baseball is a cold blooded business and results count. Coe Cronin has delivered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 September 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress fubltafead trtday of bach Wee* by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office *08 H fc« Com merit M. fhooe Cathedral 1731-P. O. *oi 171 San Antonio, Tesaa May I, lt.il. at tba pott offlrt at Sao Antonio, 1*7?. AdvertUioa rate* turouheu on request. Entered aa tec on<i . lata matter Ma; Taaaa. under Act of Marcii X — - _ SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1 year. BJ ; « mantlta. >IJS; Single l.apr. National AdwIMM Hepreeenletlee*, w b. XHf Co., Chicago. New \orli. Loa Ana,Irs. Rochester kilMI City and I Boa, Gold Loaat, AtTlra VALMO C. BELLINGER. Pre ident-Tre**urer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager J. W. Holland- W. I- Walker J. A. Jame* .Contributing Editor .Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager All new. matter abould be In our office br Wed Deader ooon to «pp««r In mrrent lieu* Sew* matter tnusl be plainly written and on only one aide ot ...

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

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 19S3. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 15J0 E. Houston St. Plione Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608 E- Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office hours: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 3:0 Op. m. to 6:30 p. m. Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER Sl'RGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. Poplar San Antonio Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night ttei. 1727 Hays St. — Office 207 N. Centh St — San Antonio, Tex. Irs. I'h. uHHtt—Of. m. ran. m31 office 11314 W. Commerce St Ses. 1102 V. Houston Strut DR. J. R. MOORE OnTITtlCAL IPfClALlST (Child Ulrtfat Hourt: 9-12:30 a.m., 2:30*7 p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mailing address) P. O. BoiSlI Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS -7f Rdand Emgpaving Co. 0 117? w PicAn iAfl AnrONIO.TLXAS OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 Leonards Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET Phone Garfield 4042 301 E. Commerce, upstairs Entrance 106 Bonham St. W. J. BARNH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 September 1933

PAGE SDC SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933. Society K Clubs K Personals <7 Home Institution BSOMMERS <SZ^) H4GWBS JHMI Don't Wait for Higher Prices! SHOP AT SOMMERS AND SAVE! Values Below Good Through Fri.. Sat. and Mon. Only y Low Prices That You May Never * See Ajrain COLGATE'S 25c TOOTH PASTE 5«c Extract Witch Haiel. pint 50c Lord Baltimore Portfolio 75c Pureti r Aspirin Tablets 2*c Empirn Compound Tablets 50c Cascarettes _JTc _SJc . .17c . l?c _35>c CONCORD 35c GRAPE JUICE. Pint 17c 25e Glycerin* and Rom Water 80c Bost's Tooth Paste jl.oo Ovalt'ne ■ 25c Sol. Citrate of Magnesia - - 11.25 Clinical Thermometer _ - _l! c —33c _67c _17c !>!>« BAYER'S 40c ASPIRIN TABLETS. 24s ..24c 2Se Blu* Jay Corn Planter lj[f 50( 5-Pound Sack Epiom Salt 11.50 Sommers Mineral Oil. quart «Pc 50c 1-Pound P.«ylliW> Seed. Bia.-k 3jc MAJESTIC $1 Marlin Mineral Water Crystals. 1 Lb. 89c Shaving Cream —23c 50c Parlin's Brushless 30c Bromo Quinine 75c Pound Roll M -rgram cnto...

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

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 11133. "Little Stories jfor Bedfim 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER fAGE SEVEN 0\ THE AIR THE BLACK SHADOW WITH GREAT CLAWS .u-wfce*, 0-vl.lt: Trt-whlt,tynboo! (I krin*r jvf what I ait coi.if •• do, Tha ftmWirtf Poo' eo mcro 1 !l grtt Till J rrf l!urKta: a* all terrat. U vriut licit/ l!i« Ox! Ltd * decided U !i'f ovr. ml,id when he dl«eo «-ed :b«t jerry Mitakret hud h*/r-u irt tulid So U « p< • waj* from ;he Staillti^ I'ool, volnf etch ulgjii. 3".*i ie4:* i :i'o;jfh '.o *ee but not nemr en rub In tie aeen. !!o Jerry Muikr.'.t h*d vorked In peace tad, becnujo not tr.c* hnd I t >cen •ren • suvp.doui Kock ahadow, he •"I've Waited t Long Time, Jerry Muakrat, but I've Cot You Thla Time!" htfl almost forgotten that there was •ucli t peraon aa Hooty the Owl. The nlglit when ho raised the walla of hla houae abore the aur- face of the Stalling t'ool bo that he could tit on them without wetting hla feet he quite forgot. Von remem- ber he waa ao aleepy that he fell to dreaming d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 September 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHIRCH Rev. G. F. C. Curry, P tor The morning service win greatly enjoyed Sunday. Pastor Curry de- livered a splendid sermon. The membership and visiting friends were glad to welcome him back. The Sunday School lesson was re- cited and discussed with much in- terest. Rev. Curry preached to a large audience at his old home, Se- guin, Sunday afternoon. A nice program was rendered by B. Y. r, u •At the evening service, the Sr. ekoir gave several numbers. A lec- ture by Mrs. Eliza Davis George, who recently returned from Africa, •j Missionary and three native born g.rla, featured tit remainder of the service, which was enjoyed. Rev. Curry left after the sen ice for Chicago, where he will attend the National Baptist Convention. Next Sunday afternoon, the br therhood is sponsoring a program and the public is urged to attend. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHIRCH Rev. B. J. Franks, Pastor Sunday was a high day. At 7 • clock joint services held. Eben- e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

Sat* Ajvtotvio register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 24. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1933 6c PER COPY Denver Man Elected H ead Baptists PROFESSOR To Dr. J. W. Hurse Defeated By Rev. G. L. Prince n . . v. In Spirited But Harmonious Session of J rairie View Convention of National Baptists (Unin corporated). AWARD GOLD SEAL TO LOCALS CHICAGO.—With more than 1,000 delegates and a record crowd of visitors flocking into the Eighth Infantry Ar- mory to attend the National Baptist Convention, unincorporat- ed, the bedecked military auditorium was crowded through- out the busy sessions of the convention. The convention started September 5 and terminated September 10. It has been classes as "one of th most colorful conventions" held in this city. While the male member* of the | Boyd Baptists were in convention the women's auxiliary were in ses- sion at the Ebenezer Baptist church. Dr. Greene L. Prince of Denver, Colo., won the presidency of the National Baptist Conve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

PAGE TWO Victoria News 8 A N ANTONIO REGISTER J'KIUAY, SEPTEMttfcK 16, 1933. When the skies get dark and wc can't even hear the laik of a holy progressive campaign. Monday I night a social was sponsored at the club house. I Miss Audie Mae Brooks was hoi* night, Let u. wend away, but not ;f "> the Ecery Independent dub. to stay. and partly bo,m our VMtor fa Mn. Daw,on ra Mr. #1. KMinor Littles of Pt. Lavaca. Mrs. flight. Palestine Baptist Church strv I Virginia Barnes states that the In- ie oapusi vnurcn fairly carried out Sunday H'P""1'"* <;lub und" "row" ,enc of Pastor West who P>" '«•< "> th* Roj*1 Club. Ices were in the absence i« attending the Convention. Rev J. Bates was scheduled to prcach | Prof. A. P. Sheffield and family the morning service and Rev. Ir- and Mi- Bowie, have returned vin Gipson the night services. The ! from Chicago and the Century of B. T. S. met at 6:30. Group No. ^Progress. Tendered the program. Visitor.' Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Rithard- were Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER IS. 1033. SAN 'ANTONIO RE OISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Technical Ass'n To Fight Our Mia«ion> hive really pulled I Frank Merriwell. In the greateit upset in baiebell they have changed from a lupposed ut up to a ratjth( Univerlily wU1 „¥ OTly ont. ing Lion. They | o{ one ptr cent 0{ jtl f>iary Continued from pagr 1 mittee of which John A. I.ankford, Washington architect and vice president of the National Tech- nical Anociation, ia chairman. In thii answer it ii let out that have become a team that doei everything well. Who'd have thought that Houiton would fall for three itraight gamea. One could get odds at 3 to 1 schedule or $1,800 by abolishing the School of Applied Science. The committee contends that auch a trite saving is amall compensation for the loss to the Negro race of ita only engineering school award- ing professional degreei. Where- as, there are more than 150 such schools for whites in this country, the...

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