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Galveston Voice (Newspaper) - October 10, 1931, Galveston, Texas Mrs. P. A Colvin editor phones p-2036 c-0425 these Balmy Days of Indian summer find us expectant of a Brilliant social season. In fact activities have already begun. Organizations and clubs with their a larger affairs Are getting under Way. On sunday three. Special musical programs Brilliant and entertaining. Deli crated houstonian. Each affair was crowded to the doors. The attendants upon each program pronounced it tie Best Ever. We relieve that because Houston is just running Over with Talent and they Are All so willing and ready to serve you. ,. The y. W. A. And y. A. Sponsored a Twilight Tea in the Parlours of the y. W. A. In Odd Fellows Temple honouring. W. Craver newly elected Secretary of the y. A., and Liss Alvin e. Logan newly elected worker in the Bethlehem settlement. A color scheme of Pink and Green was used. In the second reception pallor Sis a lace draped table upon which a flowing punch bowl found place a ment. Flaming american Beauty roses with their magnificent velvety petals were a Brilliant additional color note. There was a receiving line of Houston a fairest matrons of the social roster and the punch bowl a was presided Over by debutantes misses Marion Hill and Mary of neil., a shades were lowered and soft candlelight mellowed the scene. The assembled guests were served by girl reserves in the person of misses Marjorie Blount Marie and Sylvia Fonsworth Edith and Retta Stone. A and you know we Are proud of Ella Lois Johnson student at Bishop College graduate of Washington High and daughter of or. And mrs. E. Johnson 1204 Victor. Or. Johnson is one of our enterprising business men of fourth w ird and mrs. Johnson is in the department of mathematics at Jack Yates. Only five students in All Texas teacher the Honor Roll of Bishop with its rigid standards of scholarship and conduct and Only one of these five students was from Houston Ella Lois Johnson. An honors Day program in which the five students came in proc amp signal with the faculty and on which an honors Day address was Given was her great Day. This year it As Given a by Kaleigh h. Wil Soti acting Dean of Wiley College. A the Honor students were presented to the student a body. Great Honor Wasny to it for our Little c Ella Lois the is the Way. Houston Young people 1 let the student world know everywhere that you Are on the map. We Are so in a Etter to Ella a Lois president Joseph j. Rhoads of Bishop said. Ltd my dear miss Johnson. A i wish to congratulate you on a the Fine record of scholarship and conduct that you made at a a a hop College during the past Yeai. I Ismy Hope that the honors Day of Casion and the recognition Given you at this time will serve to a spire and encourage you through the this school year. At the Home of or. And mrs. W. Jordan 1502 Sydnor miss E b. Isaacs teacher of English at Washington High and per tend it Riniti id. A Church sunday school Kev. A. J. Newton ps-tor7 presented in parlor song recite Al her Nephew Ralph w. Isaacs. Or. Isaacs Tenor Singer of a Era a is the son of principal and mrs. R. L. Isaacs. A a. The Youthful Singer impressed a his auditors with jus. Formal posture at once relaxed and yet dignified. His bearing was regal and suggestive of training judgment and All the finesse of singing etiquette and the singers Art. A from his opening number Sarid a Erson so a until to the plaintive spiritual my journey by Boac a Ner his auditors were under the singers spell. A pleasing innovation on this program was Jean a drama Shakespeare a Hamlet that ran through the program in pleasing . The writer was a tin tre amp of ceremonies and it was a or privilege to talk much about is drama a which we have Ever tved so Well. Olen p. Dewalt jr., a Pupil of miss Isaacs recited very pleasingly Claudius lament from the drama while the ghost scene a was presented with con Quot in skill and great Power a Nils of miss Isaacs. Baldwin our roughs was magnificent in the role a the ghost and b. S. Griffin Rose admirably to the role All of these Young speakers were members of the trans dramatic club of Washington High of which miss Isaacs is sponsor. Pianissimo was the opening note in a a Macushla rising to Crescendo n Power and ably did the singers accompanist mrs. a port her Singer. Only a Jose was a Brilliant fragment of tone color in which the nuances and cadences of the singe s voice were Sweet and group of spirituals Bye and Bye and a on my journey by boat Ner left an audience lived and reluctant to release the Singer. The Home is Ideal m its appoint ments and its deep set hospitable veranda shaded by Gay a nags a its pleasing spacious j1 ?11� room so luxuriously a furnished opening a into sunroom dining room and breakfast Toom beyond were at once., a a a a Cju ring environment and inspiration. At it Twili prot s it Beautiful floor lamps shed their radiance. Iced punch was served and felicitations and predictions of a great future for. The Singer were the spoken comments of the assembled throng. A a i had a birthday. Natal Day is october 4, and it leaked out at Jack Yates and the children have been wishing me Happy returns of the Day. Somehow the Jack Yates Quartetti consisting of Harold de Bato first Tenor Eddie Davis Sec Tenor Freddie Davis baritone and Sirp min Balfour Bass heard it was Friday oct. 2. So gifts began on that Day. They serenaded me with a Sweet Adeline and gave me a fruit Shower. On saturday oct. 3, my sister mrs. Peter Antone of Galveston brought me a dress on oct. 4, my husband gave me a dress and a Fountain pen and Constantine mite Heli telephoned a birthday greetings. On my Day. October 5, James Eleanor a fines daughter of or. And mrs. If. P. Jones gave me a Lovely handkerchief and another one from Grannie Mae Stewart. There was if Box of Candy from Addie Lee Powell. There was a Beautiful birthday card by mail from miss Alpha Henry and on tuesday october 6, she brought a Beautiful Pink Rosebud from her sister mrs. Lillian Jones Henry a former Pupil of mine. A. On this same Day there was a bottle of Der kiss perfume from Adelle Humphrey and a giant Apple from Rowena Chopin. That night Allie Harvey Cattley a former Pupil brought me a Beautiful Crystal souvenir from the Garden of the gods secured on her recent trip to the w est. Wednesday oct. 7, Helen Alexander Niece of mrs. P. 0. Smith gave me a wonderful bouquet of a Ink radiance roses and a birthday card. Cora Bell Mcgowan Gaye two Large bouquets of Pink zinnias and Fern. Elijah Thomas and Alfred Morris gave my two bricks of ice Cream while Charlie Moore gave me a pair of Burnt Wood took ends. Ethel Sturgis Henry left me an embroidered guest Towel Ere returning to California. So oct. 2, 3, 4, a j6, and 7, gee what a birthday Edith Stone gave me an1 All Day sucker. A a Fred a. Sublette Galva Stan popular City editor of the Galveston voice was a visitor to the City saturday attending the wedding of his sister miss Grace Sublette and Charles Davis popular Huoston ians. Mrs. I a. Davis 2116 Stevens has returned from California after an extended and enjoyable vacation and has now resumed her duties in the schoolroom. Miss Lossie Robbins 3012 Bre mond is teaching Iru Chenango. She is1 a recent graduate of Houston Junior College. On Friday oct. 2, Jack Yates Hll celebrated a kid party with Modene Jackson 2600 Holman As hostess a senior students of Jack Yates were present As were also null Clarke Lockirby Heywood acid Catherine Johnson of Yates ill and Evelyn Brock Wheatley High. Student social affairs Are off with a bang. A nuptials Are Happy times for All. At Twilight last saturday Charles Davis and miss Grace Sublette were quietly United in the holy Bonds of Wedlock at the Home of the brides brother Barney Sublette at 1911 Bringhurst. Rev ? j. H. Boyce pastor Gregg Street presbyterian officiated. A Pink and Green color scheme was utilized in the reception suite and gave a harmonious. Bridal tone and background for the wedding group. The Bride was a Given in marriage by her eldest brother Fred a. Sublette of Galveston. The bridal gown was of heavy White Satin in the prevailing Mode with full veil of illusion which was arranged with a Wreath of Orange blossoms she carried on her Arm a bouquet of White asters. Her Only attendant was Misa. Alvina Shanks who served a maid of Hon or and wore a Shell Pink Satin frock. Charles Stewart served As Best Man. A pleasing feature of the affair was an enormous but delectable heart shaped wedding cake made and presented by the brides sister mrs. Mable Shanks 2419 Elgin -av.e., and presided Over by mrs. Willis Mitchell 1911 West. A reception followed the ceremony. Many Beautiful gifts _ were received. Or. And mrs. Davis Are at Home to their friends at 1911 Bringhurst. A there will be a big third Ward fair on the spacious and Beautiful Lawn of or. And mrs. J. Will Jones 2619 Holman tuesday Quot and wednesday october 13 and 14, for the Benefit of Trinity E Church treys and a Rev. A. J , pastor. There will be refresh a ments and amusements of All kinds arid the general Public is invited. Leon Hogan saxophonist and music teacher wants 17 boys for saxophone band club. You May apply with or without instrument. 3111 Dowling st. Phone l-0746. Lets talk weather Haven to these last few Days been Ideal fall weather with their Delight Billy Cool temperatures there is that Tang in the air that vitalize one giving a new zest for living. Its football weather. Done to you recall the dear old College Days when your , Warrior sent Quot tickets Quot to you and your closest chum to attend the seas no a great football classic and then in response to your Call As you thought and not to previous training made touchdowns and kicked goals. How we Long for dear old College Days again. A but Why sigh for their return All the atmosphere color and interest is Here in Houston. Our three High schools and Junior College furnish contests just As hectic vigorous and thrilling As those of our College Days. The Wheatley girl with her purple and White those Jaunty Little blazers and White skirt believes in her team. The1 Washington girl with her saucy Tain and Gold and Blue uni former teacher conducts class of Home Section Hurt in Accident is much improved mrs. W. L. D. Johnson jr., Nee Melvina Sanders and daughter of or. And mrs. G o. Sanders teacher in Houston Public schools sustained a a painful injury tuesday 5 p. M., when her car was wrecked in collision with a car driven by a White youth at Elgin and Chartres. Mrs. Johns Png a car was struck with such Force that it was turned completely around hurling. Her into a ditch where the White youths car barely missed crushing her body., Only a Telephone Post saved her from immediate death according to it eyewitnesses to the Accident. A White physician saw the. Accident and after administering first Aid treatment. Had her sent to the miss Virginia b. Miller former latin teacher at Washington High school and for several years president of the women a Home Mission society and sunday school teacher at Antioch Baptist Church whose tenure of office was notable for outstanding achievements. Miss Miller relinquished her High school work in order to enter the business Field Here. She is a native of Charleston s. C., graduate of Fisk University and has travelled extensively in America and Europe. The. Home department of Antioch Baptist sunday school w. L. Davis superintendent mrs. S. H. Ross department president and mrs. Mary Cross Johnson Secretary met in joint session at the Home of miss Virginia b. Miller 1219 Robin sunday 4 p. It was the occasion of the fourth Ward division entertaining the third Ward division the North Side division the Heights division and friends of the Home department. A musical program of distinction was rendered. Miss Millers Home of unusually luxurious Beauty was. An Ideal setting for the social Occa i Sion. She taught the lesson and it was doubly interesting because of experience in going Over the route travelled by Paul on her own european journey of some years ago. Or. B. Johnson accompanied by miss Johnnie Mae Newton Sang feelingly a a Little old Church in the mrs. Addie Chambers Thomas Sang a the judgment Day and a a Fere am i Send me a accompanied by mrs Claudia Hunter mrs. Ethel c. Ellison of st. John on Dowling and teacher in the department of English at Jack Yates gave a splendid Short talk a peddling negro Orissa Braywood unusual Soprano of. Extensive vocal Range Sang a Bird of love divine a Leonard Pujo of Bethel with his plaintive Tenor voice that just strikes the heart and clings was at his Best in a voice Quot in the wilderness and a go Down Moses with mrs. Hunter As accompanist. A pleasing. Menu of ice Cream in heart shaped Timbal cases with peaches in files and confections was served. Presidents and members of All Home departments As Well As visiting friends Are loud in their Praise of the program the interesting lesson the excellence of the culinary service arid the hospitality of the Home. Form with distinctive rolled Back shoulder Cape cheers for her team. The Jack Yates girl with her trim Little Skull Cap and ii Crimson and Gold uniform of Blouse and pleated skirt give fifteen Rahs for her team. The Junior College girl with her Silvei and Black uniform looks at her team drawn from All three of these splendid Hippo schools and in Confidence sees to Fem invincible. And. Well All go out to the big games this year and All believe in our Gridiron warriors and Tell them 5 via you do your Best boys Well do the rest boys fight on to Victory a Houston is decidedly sold on football. The Young folks eat it drink it and breathe it and we Are not much better. Society turns out in full Force to the Wheatley Yates annual clash on Turkey Day and to the Washington Yates clash on Christmas Day. You can meet All the friends you have not seen for Ages at these games. Then too we get such a splendid Chance at witnessing the clash of senior colleges each year. Last year it was Tuskegee and Prairie View in a Post season classic on new sear s Day and this year on november 14, a twill be Fisk and Wiley. Wont that be a time mrs. Rhodia Riley and miss Alberta dates 818 Dorothy have just returned from Louisiana where they attended the. Funeral of their Mother. Or. And mrs. James r. Bundiec were Given a Silver anniversary party by their daughter miss Henrietta Bundiec on september 26, at a their residence 2737 Glassell Street los Angeles Cal. Or. Bundiec will be remembered by old time houstonian As he was born and reared in. Fifth a Ward. Last saturday night a Surprise party was Given at the Home of mesdames l. Davis and l. Jones honouring their older sister mrs. J. S. Brown. A richly furnished House marked Here and the a with embellishments of the rarest Type Geo eted the hoj Joree when she entered. Accompanied by her husband Rev. J. S. Brown. The hostesses were assisted wire serving by mrs. Reed. A. Spa Emidid program was rendered delectable menu served and All present had a Jost delightful time Houston negro Hospital where she remained unconscious until wednesday morning. At hour of going to press she was resting Well and the attending physician states that she is now on the Road to Complete recovery. Panthers primed for Wiley Battle at Dallas fair t. By Napoleon b. Edward Quot pra Ritj View Sam b. Taylor is taking the panthers through a series of weird tac tics i every Day at Blackshear stadium. The coach is. Trimming the panthers to suit his Mold for the Gridiron classic against the Wiley wildcats which will Brittig thousands to the state fair at Dallas on negro Day october-19.it is Clairried publicly by those at the College who know football and who Are educated in football tactics that the panthers will be Able to give a better account of themselves this year at Dallas than they have done for several past years. Although some o the aces have left the Panther squad by Way of graduation it is said these have been replaced with their equals or superiors and that there should be no Causa for apprehension because of their absence at Dallas. Or. Edward b. Evans director of athletics at the College has stated that a special train will Leye. Houston for Dallas on the morning of october 19, picking up passengers at intermediate stations along the line. The special will leave Houston at -5 30 a. And Prairie View at 7 00 a m., and arrive in Dallas at 1 p. M., returning from Dallas about 1.0 p. M., same Day. Tuskegee honors two Texas youths one from Houston. Tuskegee Ink Alan Dps Louis c. Griffin yips been named Cadet lieutenant colonel of the Tuskegee Institute Cadet regiments for. The academic year 1931-32. Segriff in a appointment was announced this week by colonel b. O. Davis James r. Alexander Marshall Texas William c. Day Houston Texas and Willis j. Hockett of Wichita kan., were promoted to the Grade of Cadet majors. Cadet lieutenant colonel Griffin is a senior in the College agricultural department and came to Tuskegee from Knoxville Tenn. Other appointments in the Cadet corps will be announced later. Probes shooting of negro family by White Farmer new York spa the shooting of a negro will Jones and five of his children three of them Young girls by a White Farmer at Greenwood South Carolina is being investigated by the National association for the advancement of coloured people according to announcement by the Secretary. S reports which the n. A. A. P. Is seeking to verify state that when he was warned away from a Spring the White Farmer went Home and got his Shotgun returning to shoot the Meinberg of the negro family some of whom were working in a Field and some being Quot in their Home. The youngest is expected to die. The assailant Broad us Hughes is in jail on a Horges of assault with intent to murder. Miss Mcclendon was one of the stars of a porgy a a deep and a in Abrahams negro actresses share honors in Broadway drama new York spa two coloured actresses Fanny Deknight and Rose Mcclendon share honors in a new play about the South a the House of Connelly a by Paul Green which received a stirring Welcome on its opening last week in the Martin Beck theatre. The play portrays the breakdown of the old White slave holding aristocracy of the South and is set in the year "1905. It is produced by the group theatre a company of Young actors under the. Auspices of the theatre amp a Antioch Baptist Church Robin Street will be the scene of a monster american Woodmen rally wednesday night october 14, 8 30 of clock according to announcement made Here this week by j e Rob Inson i or District manager. The meeting is open to the general Public and or Robinson announces that there will be some surprises in store for those who attend this rally. Musical Leader May open st Dio in Houston soon mrs. Lucreitia Lawson love according to information received in Houston mrs. Love a resident of Philadelphia pa., and voice teacher Iris the master summer school of music conducted Here during the past summer by the Texas association of negro musicians May return to Hou Stori during the fall and open a studio. Aside from her ability As a music instructor mrs. Love has won National and International Fame As a Singer having studied and Sung in several european i countries. Or in the event she definitely decides to open a studio in this City it will Mark a new epoch in the musical life of coloured Houston and mrs. Love should experience no difficulty in enrolling a Large class of promising and Apt pupils. Trinity Vesper service Rev. J. Walt Moore pastor Boynton Chapel E. Church will be the guest speaker at the Vesper service at Trinity E. Church Travis and Bell sunday oct. 11, 4 p. Music will be furnished by the Harry t. Burleigh choral club directed by Edgar s. Brown Houston a celebrated Tenor with mrs. Freddie l. Watkins As accompanist. The processional begins promptly at 4 p. And All persons Are asked to Bein their seats prior thereto in o order that they might enjoy the Beauty of the entire service. This program will be under auspices of the ladies Guild and big Brothers club of Trinity headed by mrs. Lillie v. Chester and Nelson c. Chester respectively. Rev. A. J. Newton is pastor of the Church. Slon it p. A Park by f. A. Jackson Prairie View Prairie View football team will play its second game of the season saturday .�?zoct.10, Ali amp to it opposes the Strong. Langston University Fiani Here on the state College Campus. Head coach Sam Taylor anxious to avenge the 6-0 defeat suffered at the hands of the Oklah orians last year is leaving no Stone unturned in preparing for this affair. Offensive team play is being supervised by none other than Taylor himself. Coaches red Dabney and John Southern Are stressing offensive and defensive line play. Coach Hamilton Brown is in charge of the yearling squad. The oklahoman Are coached by the Youthful a a zip Gayles. One of the hardest schedules Ever attempted will be played by the oklahoman this year. Coach Gayles will be anxious to make two in a Row with the panthers with several letter men Back from last years squad and a wealth of material from the Oklahoma High schools. The Langston aggregation on paper appears As formidable As the last years team that had the Strong Fisk University eleven completely. Whipped for three quarters Only to be hosed. Out m the final Quarter because of injuries. As for the panthers a number of changes will be made in the lineup. Mark guard of last year will be seen at end ii tier Smith end has been shifted to Quarter. Givens a big strapping youngster seems destined to Start As tackle while Richards third string guard of last year bids fair to get the nod for first string guard. The panthers Are being drilled in three different types of a line playing As a guard against any attack of the opponent. Six reels of film a How to play football a As explained by the late Knute Rockne and demonstrated by Rockne coached players of notre Dame University were shown to the squad three times last week in the College auditorium. Coach Taylor employing a combination of the Rockne Warnor systems of attack used these reels to stress the Type of play to to employed this season saturdays game promises to to a thriller and this is just one game away from the Wiley or Jirrie View game at the Dallas state far on oct. 19. Bishop Bruins run wild Over Jarvis As Collins tests team Honor Victoria guest _ Ijar. And mrs. Charles 720 Ruthven entertained with a dinner Pirty at their Home tuesday night honouring the latter a another mrs. F. P. Price of Victoria. Pink asters and Pink roses adorned the Homo and musical selections enlivened the occasion. Among those present were or. And mrs. W. H. Walton mrs. Annie b. Ps3.0, air. And mrs. Hilton and or. And mrs. E. Joshlin. I p. V. Alumn meeting a the Houston chapter of Prairie View alumni association of which w. L. D. Johnson sr., is president will meet in the y. W. A. Center Odd Fellows Temple sunday oct. 11, 6 p. All members Are requested to be present As business of importance will be transacted according to miss Princella e. Sykes Secretary. It or. And mrs. Fred Long of Wiley College Marshall spent a few hours he re last saturday Enro Ute Overland from Shreveport la., to Prairie View College. Or. Long familiarly known As a big Long a is athletic Mentor at Wiley. A a mrs. Fat p. Price Victoria is the guest of her daughters mesdames c. Charles and a h. Walton 3204 Nettleton. A mrs. Julius Whites 2620 Tuam has returned to Lufkin where she has resumed her Post As teacher in the Pii Blic schools a it that East Texas City. / by c. F. Richardson or. Marshall ends slashing off and inside tackles and passing at will the 1931 edition of the Bishop Bruin aran roughshod Over Jarvis College Here last saturday by the Coj a of 64-2. Coach George Collins who returned to Bishop this year after an absence of four years will be remembered As the Man who gave Quot the bears their last conference championship in 1926, and he asserts that he is out to repeat Thi it feat this year come what will. Paced by Mallard Fleet Back from Bryan who made three of the touchdowns and Talley shifty Back from Tex Akafia who made two touchdowns Washington Simpkins s. Countee Becham and Durant each made one touchdown. With the playing of a eth rope i Couttee of Houston and Simpkins i a Louisiana boy together with the Fine running of Talley and Mallard Durant and Cawthorn the Bearma i Chine was As smooth As Fine Veldt. Chandler was the pass catching sensation with Captain Jako Washington a close second. / much is due the three Rand Brothers of Jarvis who strove valiantly but were invariably buried under a Heap of human forms with Blue jerseys. The first test of the ability of the Bishop eleven will come Whon the bears meet the fierce str Jig Southern a University coached by Brice Taylor he of the University of Southern California Fame. The bears Haifa lost to them for two seasons in a Row and Are out this Yeai to break the Jinx and let it their shiite remain clean in the won and lost columns. How they started position left Ond left tackle another Veteran resident passes buried thursday following a Long illness mrs. Louise Perkins Veteran Houston resident and Mother of nine children expired Here tuesday 10 15 p. A at the Home of her grand 1 daughter mrs. Sallie Lampley 1418 Crosby. Present at the bedside were or. And mrs. R. L. Andrews the latter being her Only surviving daughter and other members of the family. Mrs. Perkins had lived in Houston All her life and was the Only survivor of a Large family of fourteen children before or. And mrs. Andrews removed to los Angeles decedent lived with them but after their departure she refused to go to the and lived thereafter with her granddaughter. The funeral was held thursday afternoon from Macedonia Baptist Church pastor j. W. Edwards officiating assisted by other local ministers Jackson undertaking company had charge of the. Body. Bishop Cooper. Hannah Walton. Left guard r. Countee. Cente Mckellar. Right guard Burney. Right tackle Galley 9�?defender Washington Cright end Durant Jarvis. Holland a. Rand Buchanan. W. Rand. E. Rand. Fierce. Sharp Cleaver Mallard quarterback Cawthorn Simpkins left halfback right halfback Gholston. Randle Johnson fullback substitutions. Bishops Mcpherson Walker Barlowe Adams Mcdonald Smith Becham Talley s. Countee Barnes Chandler Hardy Richardson Sublette Mitchell Massey Manos Jackson Hendricks Mayfield Johnson Simmons Coleman Williams Carey Stith Matthews Adams Corbin Brown and worlds Jarvis Underwood hurdle Smith Powell Daniels. Officials Taylor Wiley refer of Pearce Michigan Umpire Phillips Bishophead Linesman Sinkford Michigan timekeeper. Catholic eleven victim of Wiley a might by machine by Gerald h. Adams re Venoitt the Bright lights of a Bidenharn Park the Wiley wildcats trampled the Xavier College eleven of new or Leuns wore last Friday night 49-0. The Xavier lads were a game fighting Bunch but somewhat outweighed and much outplayed by the Long men they were unable cd Steve off the purple horde and so went Down to defeat. Three minutes after the starting whistle a Packer Quot Adams freshman find from East st. Louis 011 a double pass behind the line hit off tackle for the first touchdown following a rapid drive from Midfield. The unerring toe of a Cush a Franklin netted the extra Point. Adams collected another touchdown soon after following a March Down the Field and then hit the line successfully for the extra Point. No More scores were made in the first Quarter. In the second Quarter Captain a Grunt Quot Johnson did some pretty running and garnered a touchdown Franklin making the extra Point. At this stage of the e game coach Long sent in his second string Brickfield Center and a guard. No More scores were made in this Quarter the Ball remaining Well in Xavier territory until the half which ended Wiley 21, Xavier 0. In a the third Quarter the Only score was made when Tom Humphrey Wiley lineman intercepted a Xavier pass and ran 48 Yards for a touchdown with splendid a interference by his mates. A line Buck for the extra Point failed. Conch Long sent in his regulars for the e final Quarter and the scores piled up. Two touchdowns were made in rapid suit session and one extra Point made. Then late in this qua a a Long pass Johnson to Patterson was Good for another touchdown a and the extra print was Mude via a fake kick and a pass. A safety for the wildcats ended the scoring. Homely philosophy. By Georgia Douglass Johnson show people you like them life can be a Long weary and lonely journey or it can be a pleasant interlude As we March from birth to exit. You can make it either sad or joyous. The remedy lies in making friends friends who will Cam Panion you along the Way and secret of making friends is simply this show people that you like them and they will surely like you. Make life s Highway Blossom with cheer. Wiley wildcats to contest Tuskegee it in bowl saturday Tuskegee inst Dps smarting under the sting of the 26-0 clawing which the Tuskegee tigers plastered upon them Here last year Fred a a big Long and his 1931 edition of Wiley wildcats Marshall Texas invaded the Lair of coach Cleve. L. Abbotts charges Friday and will again try their minds hands feet and bodies against the tigers in the alumni bowl a saturday. The 1930 southwestern. Texas conference champions appear to have a better team than last year while Tuskegee lost several stars by graduation. This game Wim be the. First real test of coach Abbotts charges and indications Point to a capacity crowd. A a against Mccarthy Silvey Mobley and co., the Wiley Mentor will match Odell a a runt Johnson Lucius Davis Jeri fee Busby Combs Adams and Patterson said to be a mighty Sweet Gridiron combination. X y
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