The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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THS DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 8 1922.
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Record Brealimg Crowd Witnessed Tues-
days DsaMs Oil. Black Giants Split With
Visiters In Two Hard Fought Battles. Pert
Ariliix Is Next AllrEctioa.
Concluding with Tuesday's double bill the Monroe (La.)
Giants closed their engagement here with the Dallas Black Giants.
Sunday's twin bill was rained out the playing field at the
hour shcduled for play resembled a site for Water polo. Long
before the hour of play there were more than a hundred fans
having assembled braving the storm like clouds that hung heavi-
ly over the city a few hours before playing time eager to wit-
ness the second start of the visitors who showed on a previous
day to have been a very tough nut
The hand full of fans present were disappointed when old
Jupiter Pluvius hero in many battles interfered by sending down
a steadv stream of liauid drops that moistened the earth freely.
The locals annexed the ODenine irame Saturday 7 to 6 ten
inn rungs. Vance and Williams
tors with Sneed and Long waging the heavy end of the fight tor
the Goliaths. Top Carrington and Dewitt Owens broke up the
affair in the tenth.
Bullet Proof Jess Ming let the visitors down Monday with
two hits and a shut out; score 6 to 5.
The visitors broke even in Tuesday's double bill with the
Giants winning the first tilt 2 to 1 and the visitor the second
game 5 to 2.
Winning pitchers: Vance Williams and Bell. Losing pitchers
Banks Harris and Long. Long went in second game of first
inning with one man down and four runs registered and the bases
choked. He allowed only one run off his delivery which was a
home run drive over left field wall by short stop Orange. Harris
whom he relieved was knocked out of the box in one-third inning.
Harris is a youngster and has ear irarks of a comer.
Here is the outcome of the series:
MONROE DALLAS 7. -
The Dallas Tilnrk (Hants won the
opening game from Monroe Otanta
here Saturday at Riverside Park 7
to Cs ten innings. In aa effort to cop
the Initial fracas both clubs used two
Carrlngton's walk and Owen's two-
base drive to left field scored the
wiinlng run for the locals in last
hair of tenth.
Monroe Ab h
Pride. 1 S 2
Fraier 1 .
Taylor m .
Vance p .
Totals . .
Sloan m ..
Jones r . .
Givens 1 .
Hamil'n. s .
V. Harris 1
Sneed p . ..
Long p . .
36 1 29 16
Ab h yo
.4 ' 0
Totals ". 21 39 18
Two men out when winning run
Scott batted for Banks In sixth.
Monroe 001 100 121 04
Dallas 100 003 200 17
- Innings pitched Ry Vance by
Williams 3 2-S by Sneed 7 by Long 3
Runs made Off Vance 4 off Williams
3. off .Kneed 3 off Long 3. Hits ap-
portioned Off Vance 6 off Sneed 10
and 7. Two-base hits Williams
Orange Owen. Three-base hits Pride
Jones 2. Sacrifice hits Jones. Russcdd
Ixinit. Struck out By Williams 2.
Sneed 3. Long 2. Bases oa balls By
Vance 2 Williams 1. Sneed 1. Hatters
hit By Vance 1. Williams 2. Double
plays Goodrich to Owens to Hamil-
ton Owens to Pride to Harris. Harris
to Owens to Carrington Williams to
Owens. Time of game-j-2 hours 20
minutes. Umpire Manley.
MONROE 0 DALLAS
Mlag lllanka Mofiro'i Illack'tilaata
After having ! en rained out Bun-
day the Dallas Black Giants came
back Monday and batted two Monroe
pitchers hard and won the second
game of the series t to 0 with Jess
Ming throw! ig. Ming was Invincible
and Ditched shutout ball all the way
through. He struck out ten men and
allowed only two hits.
i lonroe Ab ) po a
V.Ue 2 .4 1 0 2
j lirHon. 8 ..-.4 0 8 1
I raster. 1 vi'vS 0 3 0
Mnea m . .3 0 10
Orange s . .i.S u 2 1
Russet r .3 0 4 1
Scott .3 0 4 0
LUiMmrd p .... ....I 0 0 1
Williams p 1 0 0 2
Banks ....'t.-0 0 0
Totals 29 24 3
Dallas Ab h o a
Sloan rr . . . . ; . .6 0 J 0
Goodrich. 3 - 4 112
Jones r S 14 0
J. Williams. 2.. 4 2 3 0
F. Williams c .....S t 10 1
Owens 1 3 17 0
Haml'ton s iS 0 10
V. Harris 1 4.3 1 0
M'ntr p 3 10
Totals 34 10 37 7
flunks batted for Williams In nlr.th.
Monro 000 ?n0 000 0
Dallas 031. 020 01H
Hins Jones S. J. Wll'.ams F. Wil-
liams. Owens Hamllt-.w Harris. Er-
ror Prlil" Krasler R'uea Hamilton.
Innings pitched Hy Hubbard 2 1-3
Williams 6 2-3. Ming 0. Buns made
Off Hubbard S. Williams S. Hits br-
jvorlloned Hubbard 6 Williams 6
.Si in 2. Two-bane hit F. Williams
btole" bases V. Harris 2. Struck out
): HuUar1 2. Williams 1 Ming
Tf) Bases on balls Off Hubbard 1
YVII!iims 2. I'Htt.r hit Hy Hubbard
i Williams). Dor Me play Johnson
unnxHb'tecl. 'i'lint M j;ftne 1 hour and
4d miri'jtfl. I'ir.pire Menlev.
iMH.VKftB I-S D 4 1.1. AS Jt-J. ..
Mir ttian five thousand Interest-
ing fans saw the lo?al clnb down
ilonvoc- Olh.nts In tte first Rama of a
rionbie bill here July 4 with l'itcher
lull one of the Giants' star left-
handers standing on tho hill. It was
a two to on affair '
Bunks wa t'ti pH-hlng Idol from
1?K tibie .r care n i - Msi.agur
I.vb fi sn Sfnt out I'ltcner Uell
fiv ijini:n It was a nothing and
not l-.!r Oacas until fnet jf tlie fifth
whir jjit'-h-r i;dl thri'v;- tVie b:l away
:i'uu f frroe A vln tiiu.v olayer at
fi..t. ; u CM'tly enur glviiis the
i r'ir t'tiiy run of ihe amo
:'.-r v. ii!i-h It.-.'l tltrMened up and' plt-
; -! n .riiiMi .-.-! cnm.
I !!;!! r vw iB bumped in the
" I ouiul for marker
performed on the hill for the visi -
waa brought Into play In
of the ninth and Hamilton
came across with the wining run.
The visitors knocked Harris out
of the box in the first Inning of the
second game vand waa relieved by
the veteran Ilyrd Long. Harris yield-
ed four runs. Errors aided the vlsl-
ed from runs. Kirors aided the visi-
tors In piling up the hiyis. Long went
In with one down and the bases
clinked end got away in the round
without being scored upon. He wasted as outfielder of tha Detroit club
stung In- the third frame for a home I
run drive by Short Stop Orange of;
Tliis was the. only yield
Pitcher Vance for the visitors was
sent to tha showers also after the
first stanza. He was hit hard by the
loi-ftl batsmen. He was relieved by
Williams wbo held the Black Giants
runiess the balance of the go.
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a pu. An
S iHlnes. c
I Taylor m
I I Frazler I
i i Orange a
J! Russell r
Sloan m ...
Jones r ....
Williams 2 .
Harris 1 .
Uell p ...
3 8 27 10 3
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hits Goodrich. Stolen
bases Hamilton. Sacrifice hits Rus-
sell Ora ;ge. Struck out by Banks 11
bv Bell 2. First base on errors Dallas
! Double plays Taylor to Johnson
r'-tirls to Williams Taylor to John-f-i.
Tl--ie of game 1 hour and 40
minutes. Umpire Manley.
AB R B PO A E
...3 0 1 I
8 1 ....
Hlnes c .
Taylor m i
Ortnge s 8
Harris 1 .
Vance p . .
Sloan m . .
Jones r' .
Long p .
Totals 17 I 7. 15 S 4
Monroe 401 00 r
LS'las ...2C0 00--
Innings pitched by Vance 1 Will-
lams 4 Harris 1-3 Long 4-2-3. Run
made off Vane Harris 4 Long l.
Hits apportion- 1 off Vance 4 off
Williams 3. o.'i Harris 1. off Long
4. Two base hi e Jones Three base
hits Goodrich: Home runs Orange.
Sto'en bases Johnson. Struck out by
Williams I. Bases on balls by Wil-
liams I by Harris 1. Batters hit. by
Lo.ig 1 (Johnson) Double plays
J. Wllllnms to O-vens Orange to
Johnson. Time of game 1 hour - ind
15 minutes. Umpires Carey and Stew-
man. urO.iT WITH DRESSING.
"Vash" Harris started ihe fire works
again Monday In the second .(ansa
that resulted in th. home s uad an-1
ncxing two markers. It appears that!
"Vasn" carries a wicked walk p at
Hullet Iroo" Jess Mina- Is car-
rylng an awful kick In that old right
wing mi is Hundred proof lr-
rpspectlve of bottle or bond. If this
bir-l can kep going at such a ter-
rlf clip he will e heralded as one
of (he greatest right handera in tha
l.oni fcltar loop.
M.r.irer BoM Sloan fly wheel of the
Giants wricking Crow and Manager
of the club is driving his men In a
sstUfavtorv manner. He is working
his iripn In a wmv that th I-.-.
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suits nr. obtained.
bfty whai'i the mutter with Mrs.
Casey's goal. Molke? Como get the
cot ten out you're eye Pat! are words
vmy often heard out at P.lverslde
p.-.rk T'tun Dickson Green grounu-
knTir yells from tfce press box.
Top CHrrlng'on and Dewitt Ownns
lr two valuable additions to the
club and these bugs are going llko
house a flru.
Pitcher Bell pitched one of the beat
article of base ball In the laat ae-
ries with Sand Crabs ever seen here.
Uell was Invincible throughout the
entire twelve ' innings of play. Bell
when right Is hard to beau
Jess Ming; held pig Kmmett Scott i
I I . . . '
vi muni uo in me paiin ui ms nana
Monday. Struck him out three times.
Hubbard waa sent to the showers
early In Monday's .game and Williams
who relieved him failed bo better;
bother were pounded hard and often.
Demon Joe Qoodrich Dallas' speedy
third baseman is delivering in timely
fashion. Joe keeps plenty of pep and
fire In the game.
Jerry Williams Is still playing his
bang up game at the key-stone sta-
tion. Froncell Manley's work as an ar-
bitrator is proving more satisfactory
each day. He la handling the Indica-
tor justly and in a satisfactory man-
ner. A resolution has been passed In
both houses of fandom. that President
Strickland allow the rooters a chance
to root some. The bill has been enacted
and will become effective Sunday.
TtlR STANDING JlJNK 28.
Indianapolis A. 13. C's ....21 10 .(77
Kansas City IS 11633
Detroit Stars 18 11 .600
American Giants 14. 13 .511
Cuban Stars ( 1 .473
Pittsburgh 11 16 .423
Cleveland 11 16 .407
7 16 .304
Chicago 111. July (. Losing two
games to the Cuban Stars of Havana
Cuba caused the American Giants of
Chicago to go into fourth place In
the league race when Detroit won
from St. Louis and the Monarch of
Kansas City kept up their dizzy pace
bv taking: four straight from tha lead- 1
ers in the Nerro National league. Tha
UDsets came as a sumrise to the fans
The Cubans have found their
stride. Their double victory over Chlca-
go club sent them into fifth place.
Th. nu.i. . j.ki.
Kin vith th. tit t.i. .ik.nj
t.A u v. !... .AKin. .u-
B " iiuv inn imiuvoh ' ui .lie j id
wi nn .initr s.9.1 fl.i i .1 i v. ...(-! t
comes here. This series will place
either one of the two clubs In a bard
position to land the pennant. On the
other hand prior to their coming Kan-
sas City faces Dotrolt in Kansas City
and then Detroit on July 4 comes for
a four game series here with Foster's
men. St Louis- is in Kansaa City on
the fourth while
le the Cubans will try '
the A. B. C's out of first
Indianapolis on the same
Fans believe that unless there is a
sudden reversal of form shown by
some of Foster's players they will be
lnoklnar for other lobs. For some
reason they are not playing their us-
ual game. Changes in other clubs are
follows; Jess Barber has been releaa-
after falling to report for duty in the
last arame airalnst Pittsburgh In the
Smoky City; Anderaon aecond base.
a white club of Denver has been
released and John Donaldson outfield-
der and P'h" ' J thehMor?lrcfin2I
quit and will manage the All Nat o.
baseball club; Joseph a hustling
youngstera replacea Anderson. In
Chicago. Johnny George of New Or.
eans Is working out at short for Fos-
ter. while Marlarcher spiked by Moore
In the games with Kansas City here
is covering second owing to the Ill
ness of Capt. DeMoss.
The Kanssi City club surprised the
followers of the league by taking
three out of five from Foster and so
did St Louis who won three out of
four. Force of Detroit entered the
hall of fame Tuesday against St
Louis in Detroit when he pitched a
no hit. no run game only three men
reaching first base.
The Bacharacha of New ' York afe
headed West. Again they face the
American Giants on a five game se
ries. With Treadwell- Redding Rob-
erts and Winters in tip top form.
Connors expects to repeat his feat of
May when he took four out of five
Ita.nea from Rube. Foster. The New
i orlt club will play Pittsburgh on
July 6-7-8: at Cleveland on July
10. 11.12. and on July 23 24. 25. 26!
27 the American Glanta at Cuicago.
Chicago 111 July 6. Romeos white
gave Union Giants a 11 to 0 trouncing
Ir a twilight game at Justin Par)
lart night. Dick Cantwell worked
seven Innings and allowed on. hit.
Thompson poled two homers.
Romeos 263 100 0011
Giants ...000 000 000 0
Birmingham. Ala. July . Nashville
strengthened Its hold on the Southern
Lc- gue leadership Monday when they
bust Birmingham 7 to 6.
Althoug'i the Black Barons lost
Monday one thing must be said of
t'lem they never know when to quit.
With the score heavy against them.
tne locals started In to overcome the
! big lead and cume within one tally of
doing mat very tning.
. The game waa a thriller rm the
start to thj thrilling finish snd kept
the fans on their toes throughout the
Innings of real baseball. Kverythlng
in the diamond sport was in evidence
lr. Monday's battle.
The-wielding of Jur.ta at first and
Gcechee at short for the Black Ba-
rons were especially I right Ugh. in
the locals' play.
The Nashville team la leading the
Southern Negro Leagu.i and are but
a game and a half away from the top.
Birmingham 300 000 101 1 I
Nashville 200 020 210 7 t I
Miller t .id Morris; Watson and Wat-
son. Chicago HI July . Hobby Roth's
triple In th. ninth with thf bann
loaded broke up a pitchers' battle be-
tween Dick Kerr the former White
Sox. PI cher and Pedrosa the Cuban
crack md enabled Famous Chlcagos.
a local 'white team to make a clem
sweep of their three game series with
Cuban Stars at Schong Park yester-.
day 6 to 2.
Cubana .001 000 010 1
Chlcagos .....000 100 0054
RAHRBALI GAME ENDS IN NEAR
large ana enthusiastic crowd greet-
(Preston New. Service) !?dthe Knights and Calanthea. Right
Pittsburgh. Pa.. Jul
first of a scheduled
riea at Central Park
. pivinB' the
three gamf T
Fr day evening
a near riot between the players of the
two teams and spectators was stopped
only through the timely arrival of a
large squad of police.
The game one of 1h most heetlo
: : ?vlll "
"-'. a "-u in in eignio in- derlng programs thut are commended
i .v . i by everybody. The prst week was one
.h!. '"! "J h lnnln. tne ?'' i of much interent i the company.
. Aiy .rrrn! acr" h. t'at" on; Every place that they visited tluy
HrT? w.hft R. r m"n l'ad lein r"; wer 8ked t0 ty another nigh'.
"v" iXllt. fb6.r cn. ccen' nJ Some of he good places made were;
J2 u . . V-'t1 low .'' .niel 8n AuSuMlne. Center. Timpson and
7h. --1 base. Burnett fileded Jacksonville. Some of the people who
hnnm r i n'V1r.S"lih "'A tht hcard thcm " Center motoi.d sl-
nunnt.r safe at first when ilnrbojr teen miles to hear them au-aln In
offhedK0hve.tban.L.11UraU 1 theTZ't Tin?r.onn.eThey en't two successfu"
Sin nrote.?!.6 t!!L.!'WB and t" '" Timpson also at Jackson-Grsr-f
ma.ifr F1ey- thevlll- They wer. much pleased to
It lm sild VI niJ? .I"ran to rKU.' av0 chflnce to Slv Program at
Burnett who Z m" to h3me again that Is at Texa. College
wlt7 L .hort hZ u. .1 fro:d on w"day Jun. 2 they .p.
runctifrs J&tl2 1 At this peared a the Texas Collcg. chapel
3 jnctur. the excited fnna surged on of the normal anl summer school .tn
the field. Order was reetored only
through (ha prompt arrival of the
police. Umpire Stoner then called the
Becead Baaemaa Gadea
Ernest Gooden. flaahv aecind base
man of the Keystones was hurt In the
eighth Inning of the game here Friday
wy a pucnea Dan irom rii-
Cher Canady of the Homestead Graya.
With the count two and two Canady
shot a fast ball down the lane. The
pitch was wild and caught the batter-
Gooden a glancing blow inflicting
a painful cut just above the. right
ye. A stitch was required to close
MINFRAL WELLS BLACK CATS
DROP TWO OAMRS TO PANTHERS.
Mineral Wells Black Cats dropped
their first two straights to Fort
Worth Black Panthers Friday and
Saturday. Strawder pitched the flrat
game Friday. .
Ft. Worth : 100 004 000 6
Mineral Wells 200 000 0013
Time of game 1 hour and 65 min-
utes. Umpire Strawder.
Mineral Wells '...000 020 000 1
Ft Worth 100 030 000 I
Time of gome 1 hour and 46 min-
utes. Umpire Petro.
The Mineral Wells Black Cats will
be glad to arrange games with any
first-class club In the state desiring
MOSB GORDON Mgr..
Box 44 Mineral Wellu Texas
HAVE CHANGED THEIR NAME.
(Preston Mews Service)
Pittsburgh Pa.. July . The Pitts
burgh Orioles formed here this seas
on and who left the city several weeks
ago ror an extended eastern tour
are now under new management and
are playing under the name of the
Dixie Colored Giants.
New York N. T.
July 6. Jack
Demnaey. heavyweight champion has
flnallv asrreed to meet Harry Wills
the "Black Panther" In battle for the
title "champion of the world." His
acknowledgement of Wills' challenge
'has ben announced by the New York
State Tloxlna Commission wills poao-
ed S2.500 some time ago for a match
and the commission Issued a Droolama
- - .
tion. that unless Dempaoy before
: accepted reasonable conditions.
his title would be declared forfeited
as far as New York State boxing ter-
ritory was Involved.
In accepting the challenge Dempsey
through his manager. Jack Kearns re-
quested that a conference between the
principals be held soon.
No date for this conference was
mentioned In the statement Issued by
in. Doxing commission ouj .1 .
i derstood the managers of the two
heavyweight will meet and arrange
the necessary preliminary deals with-
in the next ten days.
Manager Mullins speaking for Wills
aald that he desired a bout before
fall but such appeared Improbable.
T' Richard te promoter from whom
it is understood both heavwelght ex
pect an offer stated emphatically that
he would not be Interested In a con-
kVbYfore "next summer
T la A.t(.A1.. 4tn
late" he said.
a bout of this
. order to ' meet the terms of
empy and Wills It would be neces-
arv to nol1 "atch in the open air
and numerous arrangements for
nann)f . nu(fe CPOWd f .pectators.
A ruIt of my xpere..ce. In the
johnson-Jefferles Dempsey - Wlllard.
d Dempsey-Carpentler bouts I know
! t wolH P.n..iri ..iw .w month.
properly to prepare the arena and box
ers for this contest
Issue Fareeal Ccmmlsalosu
A nur"Vr of circumstances are
said to have contributed to forcing
the fight to an Issue. The New York
State boxing commission has been
none too friendly toward Colored box-
ers and has prohibited mixed matches
thus giving Colored boxers no chance
against the titles or big purses battl-
ed for the white boys. But a hard po-
litical battle is In sight and It Is ru-
mored that the polltiral wiseacres ad-
vised the boxing coniinlsplon to be a
bit more liberal In Is altitude. Gov-
ernor Miller stated t.at the entire
matter was In the commissions hands.
land that he had no oblsctlon of his
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' I Oia wmm f.. .. Tl TUIlla
most Colored fight ' experts feel Is
hardly a match for Dempsey because
of the former's far greater age will
still older. Second opportunity
will be given for the politicians to
switch their position. In the mean-
time the attention of the sporting
world will be on Harry Wills the
modest gentlemanly fighter who la to
have his chance for a place in the
IIKNDFinSON Cl-trn WINS FIVK
Henderson. Texas. July . The Hen
derson iaae lull club won five more
games. Two from Tyler one from DaV
in All Ktr. from Jacksonville
Black Tigers and one from Chicken
Feathers Nlne Losing only one game
to Jacksonville i to S.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS PICNIC AND
BALL 1AM E.
Patton's Pythian Jlants swamped
Jim Talbert's Damans at Riverside
Park Tuesday afternoon by giving
t'nem a 17 to 4 trouncing.
Judging from yesterday's .cores
Jim's starters are no match for Pat-
Featuring the occasion was John
Brv.x'n's work 4t first base Allen
Gibson work ai short both for th.
Pythian Giants. They hit th. ball la
Dr Howell of th. Damons played
a bang "D game at third base.
Will Ewlng In left field had three
chances but failed to accept either of
them. Pitcher Mathts for i'amons was
knocked out of the box. John Jacob
the famous third base star Ditched
balance of the go for the
The gaibo waa very interest
ing from start to stop. We noticed
I Wednesday an increased sale of wli-
ard oil. Sloan's Hrlment and other
rubbing drug were in evidence. There
were also prevalent a few old stiff
' ' nnual picnic In th. amuse-
jment park waa largely attended A
""'u;r vvnittey a Ma center rieiaer
Moore "ot fw
THE TEXAS COLLEGE CONCERT CO.
TOURING THE STATE.
"Th. Texas Cc !' ge ' Concert Corn-
'nnny is still tourl g the state ren-
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PORT ARTHUR ALL STARS
DALLAS BLACK GIANTS
Sat Sun. Hon. and Tues. July 8 9 10 11
Games Called Week Days at 4 P. M. Sunday 3 P. M
FREE BUS SERVICE
From Sabine and Jefferson Car Line to Park get off Car at Sabine where
Park Signs are posted. Get right in Bus ride to Park free of cost.
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denta with tlfe teachers and many of
the city people came to hear them.
On Thursday night they appeared In
the city at the Truevtn. uapusi
church . wher. th. people .njoyad th.
program very much and want them
back soon. They . will appear at th.
Dallas Evening Chapel C. M. B.
church July 12.
Dallas Elisabeth Chapel. Oak Cliff
van Aistyne u. M. a. cnurcn juiy
Sherman C. M. E. church July 17
Deniaon C M. E. church. July !
Bonham C. M. E. church. July 21- i
Paris M. E.
cnurcn taouin; juiy j
Arthur City C.
Hugo. Okla. First
Bogota. First Baptist Church July
When th. Texas College Concernt
company comes to your city don't
fall to hear them if you do you will
Miss a treat. Hear th. latest songs
and see the interesting drama. "The
Man and th. Job." Alway. watch th.
Dallas Express for their schedule.
25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED
Equipped wth the Very Latect Apparatus for Teaching the
and all Branche of Beauty Culture
Terms Moderate Diplomat Given
Write Today for Further Information
Saint John's Institute
- Founded and operated on the
principals of Friendship Charity
and Benevolence has designated
Wednesday Night July 12th
K.ofP. and CaTanthian Night
Principal Address .... C. C W. S. Willis
For the Calanthians . . . firs. S. C. White
. Excellent Hasical Program.
All Dallas Knights and Calanthians are expected to turn
oat and give this Institution the support it desires.
I wish 4 knew the whereabout of
Bishop Taylor and Annls Mae Taylor.
When last heard of they wera at
Maysfield. Texas Milam County. Ad-
dress Jealta Tayl.r 124 Wood St
Marlln. Texas. 7-8-lt
TUB GREAT (ANNUAL CONVEN-
TION OF BOOKER T. OIL CO.
Tha Booker T. OH Company an
exclusive Negro OH Co. with of-
fices in this city will hold their
Grand Annual Oil Convention for
St. John's Institution In tht. City
commencing July 11th to 14th
1922. Inclusive AH stockholder of
record as well as the generol public
are cordially Invited to attend.
There will be great and distin-
guished Oil men and women of our
race attending thl. convention.
There will b. plenty of music and
refreshments also speaking by
great men and women of our race.
. Office S010 Tkasaas Aveaae
C. 9. HAINEY Pres.
OUR NEW HOME
of Scalp and
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Pism T 824
Kinn sisn isarnm est.
LEEDY and LVDWIO DRUMS
and DRUMMERS TRAPS
VEGA GUITARS BANJOS and
Musical Merchandise of all kinds. Re-
pairing on all Instruments.
J. J. CLBGG rt.
St. Louis Mo.
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