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    Bachelor La-Maids Club
      annual Mother's Day Banquet held, 1934/05/18: 7
      Mrs. Cook hostess to Bachelor Girls, 1934/01/05: 7
      meetings in 1931, 1931/10/23: 6, 1931/10/30: 6, 1931/11/06: 6, 1931/11/20: 6, 1931/12/04: 7
      meetings in 1932, 1932/04/29: 6, 1932/05/06: 6, 1932/05/20: 6, 1932/07/15: 7, 1932/10/07: 7
      meetings in 1933, 1933/09/22: 6, 1933/11/17: 6
      meetings in 1934, 1934/03/23: 6, 1934/04/27: 6, 1934/05/11: 6
    Backus, Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Amanda
      collision fatal to two, injures two, 1955/08/05: 1
    Bacoats, Dr. J. A.
      honored with DD degree at Virginia Union University (photo), 1938/07/22: 1
    Bacon, Bessie
      72-year-old woman found dead in home, 1964/01/31: 1
      notice of death, 1964/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue)
    Bacon, Rev. Hezekiah
      succumbs after four days of hospitalization (photo), 1954/09/24: 1
    Bacon, Isaiah
      dies suddenly, 1963/03/01: 1
      notice of death, 1963/03/08: 8
    Bacon, Pvt. James M., Jr.
      awarded National Defense Service ribbon in Panama Canal Zone, 1955/07/08: 7
    Bacon, Lowell
      shot by off-duty officer, Joe Williams, in Sunday night Transit bus row, 1944/07/21: 1
    Bacon, Rev. Norman Winford, Jr. (New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church)
      anniversary observed, with Rev. J. J. Rector preaching the sermon (photo), 1964/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue)
      awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Conroe Normal and Industrial College (photo), 1962/06/08: 8
      preaching/speaking engagements
        Interdenominational City-Wide Ushers Union district convention (photo), 1964/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue)
        Morning Glory Baptist Church, installation of Rev. W. B. Cruse (photo), 1962/11/09: 4
        Mt. Calvary Baptist Church
          11th anniversary of pastor, Rev. B. F. Langham and wife (photo), 1963/02/22: 8
          Men's Day (photo), 1965/01/08: 8 (filmed in 01/15 issue)
        Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, opening and dedicatory services (photo), 1962/09/14: 8
        Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Usher Board No. 1, 13th anniversary (photo), 1965/08/06: 4
        New Hope Baptist Church
          Men's Day (photo), 1964/07/10: 8 (filmed in 07/17 issue)
          Usher Board No. 1 annual sermon (photo), 1965/09/17: 8 (filmed in 09/24 issue)
        New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Women's Day (photo), 1963/07/26: 4
        Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, 11th anniversary sermon for Rev. B. B. Stewart (photo), 1966/08/19: 4
        Shiloh Baptist Church, 31st anniversary sermon for Rev. S. E. Steward, 1964/04/10: 8
        Usher Board, pre-opening sermon, New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (photo), 1963/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/20 issue)
        West End Baptist Church
          64th anniversary of church, 1969/03/21: 10 (filmed in 03/28 issue)
          anniversary sermon for Rev. J. A. Kemple (photo), 1963/11/08: 8 (filmed in 11/15 issue)
        Wheatley Heights Baptist Church, anniversary sermon for Rev. Eddie Cunningham (photo), 1963/07/19: 4
    Bacon, O.
      former SA teacher dies in Boley, Oklahoma, 1948/02/13: 2
    Bacon, Willie Mae
      heart disease, not accident, cause of woman's death, 1955/04/01: 1
    Bacy, Anna Jane (Mrs. James Vernon)
      Anna Jane Bacy to make home in El Paso (photo), 1946/08/09 Supp: 4
      daughter is born
        Jo's Jottings, 1944/11/24 Supp: 1
        photo of mother, 1944/11/24 Supp: 1
      daughter makes bow before camera (photo), 1945/01/19 Supp: 4
      delegate to state American Legion convention in Houston (photo), 1953/08/07: 6
      heads staff at Camp Founders Girls' Camp Elvira (photo), 1948/05/21: 6
    Bacy, Lelia Ann
      debutantes make bow to society at Van Courtlandt Club's golden anniversary ball (photo), 1965/11/19 Supp: 4
    Badminton
      Bellinger, Harry, Carolyn Hunter cop badminton championships, 1947/09/12: 7
      Bellinger, Valmo, presents revolving trophy to brother, Harry M. Bellinger (photo), 1947/09/19: 3
      Central is badminton champion, 1949/08/05: 3
      Central Playground edges West End for badminton title, 1950/08/04: 3
      Recreation Dep't badminton meet set for July 26, 1947/09/12: 71950/07/21: 3
      tournament to get underway Sept. 7, 1947/09/05: 3
    Baer, Buddy
      Louis-Baer bout
        Bomber Joe catches up with Baer in sixth (photos), 1941/05/30: 3
        DC agog over Louis-Baer fight, 1941/05/16: 3
        King Joe blasts Baer in first round, then hurries into US Army, 1942/01/16: 3
        Louis ready for Baer tonight, 1942/01/09: 3
        Louis to fight Baer in DC, May 23, 1941/04/25: 3
      Sport Sketches by Clint C. Wilson, 1941/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue)
    Baer, Max
      Joe Louis will fight Baer, Schmeling, 1935/07/05: 3
      Louis-Baer bout
        finis for Baer (photo), 1935/09/27: 3
        Joe says Max Baer toughest opponent, Conn smartest, fastest, 1944/05/19: 3
        newly-wed Joe Louis crushes ex-champion Maxie Baer in fourth (photo), 1935/09/27: 1
        stupefied and out, takes the count against Louis (photo), 1935/09/27: 3
      Negroes prepared Max Baer for title win over Carnera, 1934/06/22: 3
      Sport Sketches by Clint C. Wilson, 1940/05/31: 3, 1940/08/02: 3
    Baggett, SSgt. Perry D.
      wounded in Viet Nam, gets Purple Heart here, 1963/09/27: 1
    Bagley, George
      Phillis Wheatley track star selected for all state track team by Texas Sports Writers Association (photo), 1968/05/24: 5
    Bagley, Samantha Jean
      17-month-old tot dies after drinking lighter fluid, 1946/01/04: 1
    Baha'i Community
      Baha'i viewpoint on loyalty to government, 1958/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue)
      celebrates 113th anniversary May 23, 1957/05/24: 7
      declaration of human rights, 1958/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue)
      Human Rights Day celebrated, 1959/12/11: 4
      local Baha'is hold election of officers, 1959/05/08: 4
      McCormick, Marjorie, member of Baha'i National Assembly, speaks on the Assembly's teaching project in San Antonio, 1955/01/28 Supp: 3
      meeting set for Feb. 25 at St. Anthony Hotel, 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue)
      Mickens, Mary, R. N., Houston, to be featured speaker Sunday morning, 1958/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue)
      Negro History program observed, 1957/02/15: 6
      Race Amity Day observed, 1958/06/06: 8 (filmed in 06/13 issue)
      the reality of brotherhood [God's answer to racial problem from teachings of Baha'i faith], 1958/01/17: 8 (filmed in 01/24 issue)
      San Antonians return from annual convention in Chicago, 1958/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue)
      sets forth position on integration, 1956/07/27: 3
      World Religion Day observed, 1954/01/15: 4
      Youth Day set for March 23, 1958/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue)
    Bailey, Alton
      notice of death, 1964/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue)
    Bailey, Ammie Pearl
      3 years old, participates in Tom Thumb wedding at Grant Memorial (photo), 1943/07/23: 6
    Bailey, Anglinia
      funeral services held, 1957/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue)
    Bailey, Mrs. B. L.
      Trinity Baptist Church guest speaker for Women's Day, 1970/01/09: 10
    Bailey, Ben Laurance
      final rites held for newborn boy, 24 days old, 1958/10/24: 8 (filmed in 10/31 issue)
    Bailey, Bishop
      notice of death, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
    Bailey, Carrie
      notice of death, 1967/12/08: 10 (filmed in 12/15 issue)
    Bailey, Rev. Daniel
      ordination services held at New Mt. Rose Baptist Church, 1964/12/04: 8 (filmed in 12/11 issue)
    Bailey, Elijah
      notice of death, 1958/08/22: 8 (filmed in 08/29 issue)
    Bailey, Ernest A., Jr.
      San Antonian gets CCC technician post at Lubbock, 1936/06/12: 1
    Bailey, George E.
      gets outstanding rating at Kelly AFB, 1965/06/18: 1
      wins promotion at Kelly AFB, 1965/11/19: 1
    Bailey, George Washington
      notice of death, 1959/12/04: 8 (filmed in 12/11 issue)
    Bailey, Ira John
      drowns in Helotes, 1933/07/07: 8 (filmed in 07/14 issue)
    Bailey, Rev. J. C. (St. John Baptist Church)
      anniversaries
        2nd anniversary observed (photo), 1957/05/03: 8 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
        3rd anniversary observed, with Rev. W. J. Johnson of St. Luke Baptist Church as guest speaker (photo), 1958/05/02: 8 (filmed in 05/09 issue)
        4th anniversary observed, 1959/05/01: 8 (filmed in 05/08 issue)
        6th anniversary observed, with Rev. G. C. Coleman, guest preacher (photo), 1961/06/02: 8
        7th anniversary celebrated with Rev. S. E. Steward, guest speaker (photo)
          Note: called 6th anniversary in article, 1962/05/04: 4
        9th anniversary celebrated with Rev. M. C. Arnold, guest speaker (photo), 1964/05/01: 8
        10th anniversary celebrated with Rev. P. S. Wilkinson, guest speaker (photo), 1965/04/30: 8 (filmed in 05/07 issue)
        11th anniversary celebrated with Rev. J. J. Rector, guest speaker (photo), 1966/04/29: 8 (filmed in 05/06 issue)
        12th anniversary observed, with Rev. J. C. Allen delivering the sermon, 1968/05/03: 10 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
      preaching/speaking engagements
        Antioch Baptist Church, Junior Usher's 5th annual Ushers Day (photo), 1956/02/24: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue)
        Hicks Beauty School, commencement sermon (photo), 1963/08/09: 6
        Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, installation service for Rev. C. M. Graham, 1968/02/23: 10 (filmed in 03/01 issue)
        Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, 24th anniversary (photo), 1957/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
        West End Baptist Church, 18th anniversary sermon for Rev. James Arsellis Kemple, 1964/11/06: 3
        West Laurel Heights Baptist Church homecoming (photo), 1961/06/23: 8, 1963/06/21: 8 (filmed in 06/28 issue)
    Bailey, Dr. J. W.
      evangelist to preach at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 1941/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue)
    Bailey, Katherine
      notice of death, 1957/10/25: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
    Bailey, Mary
      notice of death, 1960/02/12: 4
    Bailey, Mary J.
      rites held here for San Francisco resident, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Johnson, San Antonio, 1966/07/22: 1
    Bailey, Mary Lee
      funeral services held, 1957/02/15: 8 (filmed in 02/22 issue)
    Bailey, Mayme Holley
      short illness is fatal to SA's first domestic science teacher (photo), 1937/12/17: 1
    Bailey, Mayme Yvonne
      Phillis Wheatley, awarded special $50 grant and Richard Pitts, St. Peter Claver Academy, awarded $100 grant by San Antonians of California, 1957/06/07: 1
    Bailey, McHarvey
      stabbed with ice pick by sister, Wilma Leona, 1939/01/06: 1
    Bailey, Pearl
      comeback of Eleanor Powell spurred by Pearl Bailey, 1961/04/21: 7
      gets divorce in Nevada, 1952/04/04: 1
      gives wedding party for her dog, 1955/07/08: 3
      glamorous Negro entertainers inspire hosiery brands, 1953/09/25: 6
      may get "Dolly" role on Broadway, 1967/05/19: 9
      named hostess for New York Summer Festival, 1968/05/24: 4
      with Nat, and Eartha in tribute to W. C. Handy, Feb. 16, 1958/02/14: 7
    Bailey, Rachel Mary E.
      notice of death, 1967/09/22: 10
    Bailey, Robert Holley
      another San Antonian gets Army commission, 1944/04/28: 1
      Capt. Bailey to leave active service Dec. 22, 1946/12/06: 1
      receives doctor of dental surgery degree (Jo's Jottings), 1944/03/24: 7
    Bailey, Mrs. Rosa
      rites held, 1947/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue)
    Bailey, Sherry K.
      finalist for a National Achievement Scholarship, 1965/10/22: 1
    Bailey, Silas Johnson
      notice of death, 1964/07/24: 8 (filmed in 07/31 issue)
    Bailey, Mrs. V. M.
      guest speaker at New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (photo), 1952/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue)
    Bailey, Rev. V. M. (Vivian M.)
      Baptist Ministers' Association
        becomes new president (photo), 1955/05/27: 4
        correction related to positions held, 1955/06/03: 2
      Constitutional Baptist Convention of California and Nevada, former SA pastor elected president (photo), 1962/08/17: 8
      death of
        former SA pastor shot and critically wounded by one of his deacons (photo), 1963/10/25: 1
        month-old bullet wound claims life of Rev. Bailey (photo), 1963/11/22: 1
        slayer of ex-SA pastor gets 1-10 years in prison, 1964/04/03: 1
      Mt. Pleasant/New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
        anniversaries
          first anniversary celebration (photo), 1949/08/12: 4
          pastorate celebrates second year with his family (photo), 1950/09/29: 8 (filmed in 10/06 issue)
        assumes charge of pastorate; parsonage to be dedicated (photo), 1948/11/12: 5
        heads local NAACP membership campaign (photo), 1950/02/17: 6
        new pastor in revival (photo), 1948/04/16: 8
      Oakland, CA (Greater St. Paul Baptist Church)
        called to Oakland, California (photo), 1954/11/26: 6
        'Entrance Day' held as ex-SA pastor, flock, move into $250,000 coast church, 1959/06/19: 4
        ex-SA pastor in California suit; desire to know church business brings trouble, 1958/05/16: 1
        his troubles and what caused them in Oakland (photo), 1958/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue)
        Rev. and Mrs. Bailey at Seventh Avenue Baptist Church (photo), 1959/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue)
      preaching/speaking engagements
        Antioch Baptist Church, 1953/12/04: 8
          Junior Usher Board installation (photo), 1950/05/26: 8 (filmed in 06/02 issue)
          photo, 1962/09/07: 8
          Usher Boards (photo), 1955/10/21: 8 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
        Bishop College annual homecoming observance of (photo), 1957/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue)
        Conroe College baccalaureate sermon (photo), 1949/05/13: 8
        Grant Memorial AME Church (photo), 1954/10/01: 8 (filmed in 10/08 issue)
        Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church cornerstone laying (photo), 1955/03/04: 8
        Mt. Pleasant/New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
          Men's Day special message (photo), 1956/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue)
          photo, 1961/04/07: 8
        Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, anniversary sermon (photo), 1955/09/02: 8
        National Sunday School and BTU Congress (photo), 1955/05/13: 8
        New Light's broadcast hour (photo), 1951/11/16: 8 (filmed in 11/23 issue)
        Progressive Baptist Church, anniversary sermon for Rev. W. G. Gillespie, 1957/05/17: 8 (filmed in 05/24 issue)
        Rev. Bailey, Marshall, TX, to preach at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 1947/11/21: 8 (filmed in 11/28 issue)
        St. John Baptist Church (photo), 1961/04/07: 8, 1962/09/07: 8, 1963/03/29: 4
          Junior Missionaries, one-night service (photo), 1962/02/02: 8
        St. John Independent Allen Methodist Church
          anniversary sermon (photo), 1956/01/20: 8 (filmed in 01/27 issue)
          "Freedom Rally" (photo), 1953/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
        Union Baptist Church, senior choir anniversary sermon (photo), 1951/07/06: 8 (filmed in 07/13 issue), 1954/10/15: 8 (filmed in 10/22 issue)
      returns to pulpit
        after revival
          Oakland (photo), 1955/04/29: 8
          Oklahoma City (photo), 1957/05/03: 8 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
          San Francisco (photo), 1956/06/29: 4
        from Oakland, CA (photo), 1957/03/29: 4
        from Oklahoma, 1949/04/15: 2
        from vacation trip across the country, 1956/10/12: 4
        from Washington DC (photo), 1953/04/03: 4
    Bailey, William
      notice of death, 1965/08/06: 8 (filmed in 08/13 issue)
      rites held in Belmont, 1965/07/30: 8 (filmed in 08/06 issue)
    Baine, George
      shot four times in Commerce St. fight with Ernest Brown, 1951/08/03: 1
    Baity, Henry
      argument with unidentified soldiers over driving ends in cutting affray, 1947/11/21: 1
      two GIs arrested as victim of knifing dies, 1947/11/28: 1
    Baity, Mary Jeanette
      guest speaker for youth program at Port Lavaca, 1957/08/23: 8 (filmed in 08/30 issue)
    Baker, Ellis W.
      notice of death, 1964/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/06 issue)
    Baker, Geraldine M.
      serves as secretary-cashier of San Antonio branch of Afro-American Life Insurance Company (photo), 1966/10/07: 9
    Baker, Harrison E.
      named outstanding business and commerce instructor by St. Philip's students (photo), 1939/06/02: 5
    Baker, Rev. J. Francis (Bethel AME Church)
      Men's Day speaker at Union Baptist Church (photo), 1956/05/25: 8 (filmed in 06/01 issue)
    Baker, Josephine
      American comeback debut set for Chicago, 1960/02/12: 2
      awards and honors
        American Jewish Congress (AJC) awards Baker for brotherhood work, 1960/04/08: 2
        paid tribute by Dinah Washington and Earl Bostic (photo), 1951/07/20: 4
      to be best-gowned woman in world, 1951/02/02: 6
      Canadian arrest
        Baker cleared, but accuser must face trial, 1960/07/01: 1
        called 'ridiculous,' Baker blasts accuser, 1960/06/24: 7
      cuts US stay short, to depart Aug. 11 (photo), 1951/08/03: 7
      dazzling, ageless Jo Baker sets Broadway agog, 1951/03/16: 7
      "death" of
        former 'toast of Paris,' dies penniless in Portugal, 1942/11/20: 1
        reports of death false, entertains the boys in Africa (photo), 1943/07/23: 1
      denies saying CRC [Civil Rights Congress] misused McGee funds, 1951/05/25: 1
      French president has dinner party for, 1960/02/05: 2
      illnesses
        suddenly stricken, undergoes surgery, 1946/07/19 Supp: 3
        undergoes knife for third time, 1946/09/20: 1
      legal issues
        Baker and former manager, Ned Schuyler, sued for $7,650, 1952/06/06: 3
        fights for belongings from former chateau, 1969/03/14: 7
        friends rally to Jo Baker after eviction, 1969/04/25: 1
        furniture sold as she seeks to raise funds, 1969/03/14: 8
        sued for $10,000 by publicity man, 1955/11/25: 1
      makes citizen's arrest of Negro-hating Texan, Fred Harlen of Dallas, 1951/07/27: 3
      one of "ten best undressed women," 1949/09/23: 1
      quest for 40-year-old husband continues, 1946/11/22: 1
      remarkable race relations job done by fabulous Jo Baker in Chicago, 1951/04/27: 1
      returns for engagement at New York's Roxy Theatre, 1951/10/05: 1
      returns to Broadway after 17 years' absence, 1951/02/16: 7
      and Richard Wright, contrast French freedom, American bias, 1949/07/15: 4
      royal gift saves Josephine Baker Children's Home, 1965/11/12: 1
      Savoy Hotel, London
        appears at the Savoy Hotel to raise funds to maintain her French chateau (photo), 1967/07/07: 8
        Jo Baker wows London's staid Savoy Hotel, 1967/07/07: 9
      scores smash hit in Rome, 1953/05/08: 3
      Walter Winchell libel suit
        Baker carries Stork Club insult to President Truman, 1951/11/02: 1
        files $400,000 libel suit against Winchell, 1951/12/28: 1
        New York Mayor acts, club owner talks in Jo Baker insult case, 1951/11/09: 1
        Sullivan, Ed, blasts Walter Winchell for latter's attack on Jo Baker, 1952/01/18: 7
        Winchell losing Negro public in Jo Baker abuse case, 1951/12/21: 1
        writer charges Walter Winchell "out to get" Josephine Baker, 1951/12/14: 1
      Washington, DC soda fountain refuses to serve her, 1951/07/13: 1
    Baker, Kittie
      55-year-old grandmother succumbs from self-inflicted wound, 1966/01/14: 1
      grandmother takes 25 sleeping pills after fuss with grandson, 1960/10/21: 1
      notice of death, 1966/01/21: 8
    Baker, Larry
      Armenteros-Baker bouts
        Armenteros, Baker win first SA mixed bouts before 2,400, 1955/03/11: 5
        Baker, Armenteros cop unanimous decisions, 1955/04/01: 5
        Baker, Armenteros in Monday bouts (photo), 1955/03/25: 5
      Baker yells raw deal in Martinez loss, 1957/11/15: 6
      battles Rafael Gutierrez to a draw in San Antonio, 1955/04/29: 5
      Godih, Lahourari ("Larry"), Frenchman beats Larry Baker for first US win, 1958/04/25: 5
      headlines Tuesday card--Sporty Harvey in semi-final with Jesus Alonzo (photo), 1955/04/22: 5
      meets Perrin Vega in ten-round main event (photo), 1955/02/25: 5
      San Antonio to see first mixed boxing bouts Tuesday (photo), 1955/03/04: 5
    Baker, Lt. Col. Raymond Valjean
      correction to date of retirement, 1966/01/28: 3
      notice of death, 1966/01/28: 8
      rites set for Friday, 1966/01/21: 1
    Baker, Roscoe
      notice of death, 1965/05/28: 8 (filmed in 06/04 issue)
    Baker, Sam
      notice of death, 1961/08/25: 8
    Baker, Stella
      housewife cited for rescuing boy from electrocution (photo), 1961/02/24: 1
      shocked when rescuing Martin Louis Hays, whose kite string contacted electric line, 1961/02/17: 1
    Baker, Willie E.
      notice of death, 1968/09/20: 10 (filmed in 09/27 issue)
    Bakeries and Baking-Related Businesses
      Bost, Lillie Dell, bakes cakes to order for all occasions, 1962/07/20: 6
      Butter Krust Bread
        family pictures in advertisements appeared on page 6 in issues from 1960 through 1974, beginning with the March 11, 1960 issue.
        adopts improved end label, 1953/12/04: 6
        features new gingham blue wrapper (photo), 1959/05/08: 3
      East Side Bakery, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Mack Thomas, gets Small Business Administration loan, 1969/02/14: 9
      Fehr Bakery
        exhibits at cooking school, 1932/10/14: 1
        Ghrist, M. K., becomes president (photo), 1949/04/22: 6
        Pioneer Mills, Fehr Bakery will exhibit, 1932/10/14: 1
        Shiner, Gloria, "Miss Fair Maid," weds "Mr. Rainbo" in make-believe wedding ceremony, symbolically changes name of Fair Maid Bread to Rainbo (photo), 1957/02/22: 2
      Henderson, Rosa, takes orders for homemade pastries on Fridays and Saturdays, 1958/01/24: 6
      KC explains use of baking powder, 1935/11/08: 6
      National Biscuit Company awards bicycle to Milven Donald Warren, Jr., winner in Donald Duck Bread coloring contest (photo), 1953/02/13: 7
      Pioneer Mills markets new cake mix (photo), 1953/09/25: 6
      Richter's Bakery has new rye bread gaining wide popularity, 1954/02/26: 6
      Rumford Baking Powder Co.
        employs Negro salesmen, 1933/01/13: 1, 1933/10/27: 1
        fourth Negro salesmen added (photo), 1938/12/09: 5
      Stone, W. W., pie man, bakes and sells pies to PWA workers, 1936/05/01: 7
    Baldwin, James
      book, The Fire Next Time, is record best seller, 1963/11/29: 7
      "obscene" charge against his book, Another Country, thrown out, 1964/09/25: 1
      speaks to World Council of Churches in Sweden, 1968/07/05: 6
    Ball, Rev. Albert
      to preach sermon at Unity Baptist in Seguin (photo), 1954/05/07: 2
      revivalist at First Pentecost Baptist Church (photo), 1960/07/29: 8
    Ball, George W.
      dies suddenly, 1934/01/05: 8 (filmed in 01/12 issue), 1934/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue)
    Ball, Gloria Etta
      crowned Miss St. Philip's at Annual Coronation Ball (photo), 1970/01/09: 5
    Ball, J. C.
      Seguin airman completes basic training, assigned to Perrin AFB for transportation specialist training (photo), 1965/10/01: 2
    Ball, Jacquelyne A.
      recipient of annual scholarship from San Antonio Mothers Service Organization (photo), 1967/06/30: 9
    Ball, James
      notice of death, 1969/06/06: 10 (filmed in 06/13 issue)
    Ball, Jesse
      Edgewood graduate is PV track hero with team having best season ever, 1970/04/10: 5
      native San Antonian named to NAIA All-American track and field squad (photo), 1969/08/22: 5
    Ball, Lance Corporal John M.
      completes Marine combat training (photo), 1962/11/30: 6
      completes Marine recruit training, 1962/11/02: 7
      San Antonio Marine participates in major fleet training operation, 1965/03/12: 7
      serving aboard ship of the Seventh Fleet with Third Marine Division, 1964/01/17: 7
    Ball, Kenneth D.
      SA airman serves in California; assigned as security policeman, 1967/10/13: 9
    Ball, LCPL Kenneth D.
      SA Marine receives Purple Heart medal for service in Viet Nam (photo), 1969/01/24: 3
    Ball, Rev. L. J.
      preaches second sermon under auspices of Pastor's Aid of Pilgrim's Rest Baptist (photo), 1954/04/02: 8 (filmed in 04/09 issue)
    Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
      three generations, 117 persons attend Ball family reunion, 1942/01/09: 8 (filmed in 05/08 issue)
    Ball, Robert B.
      194 direct descendants survive Texan of Seguin, 1953/07/03: 1
    Ball, Robert C.
      heart ailment fatal, 1956/05/25: 7
    Ball, Saleda
      to make bow to society (photo), 1949/11/11 Supp: 4
    Ball, Washington
      notice of death, 1957/05/03: 8 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
    Ball, Bishop William F.
      AME bishops accused of double cross, 1967/03/17: 1
      Bishop and Mrs. Ball feted with banquet in San Antonio, 1960/08/12: 6
      New Orleans AME church brings charges against bishop, 1967/02/24: 1
      pilgrimage to tomb of Bishop Abraham S. Grant observed, with Bishop William F. Ball in attendance (photo), 1961/03/03: 8
      visits several AME churches in San Antonio (photo), 1960/08/05: 8
    Ball Elementary School (Seguin, TX)
      54 promoted to high school, 1953/05/22: 6
      PTA has Easter parade (photo), 1952/04/25: 2
      Sheppard, H. F., principal is host to Texas Parent-Teachers Association annual meeting (photo), 1952/12/12: 2
    Ball Family
      family picnic held in Seguin with 285 members (Jo's Jottings), 1962/07/20 Supp: 4
      reunion held July 4 in Seguin, 1958/07/11: 2
      Seguin family holds reunion, 1960/07/15 Supp: 3
    Ball High School (Seguin, TX)
      band
        Band Boosters present annual concert, 1961/05/05: 2
        Brenda Franklin crowned queen of school band (photo), 1960/05/06: 2
      band marching meet
        Ball High wins in first division ratings, 1961/12/08: 3
        band wins first place marching honors at Region 6 band festival in Sugarland, 1962/12/14: 3
        hosts band marching meet with 24 schools of Region 7, 1961/12/01: 1
      baseball team (Dragons), 1957-1959
        conk Gonzales for District BB title, 1958/05/30: 5
        Crockett beats Seguin for Class AA state baseball title--game protested, 1959/06/12: 5
        play Conroe for state AA baseball title, 1958/06/06: 5
        play Huntsville for AA state high title, 1957/06/07: 5
        repeat as state champ for Class AA, beats Conroe, 6-3, 1958/06/13: 5
        schedule for 1959 set, 1959/03/27: 5
        whip Huntsville, 4-2, for Texas AA baseball crown, 1957/06/14: 5
        win 3rd straight District 2-AA baseball title, 1959/05/22: 5
      baseball team (Dragons), 1960
        blank Hallettsville for 8th straight win, 1960/05/06: 5
        bop Alamo City "Y," 1960/04/29: 5
        bop Carver of Lockhart, 1960/05/06: 5
        bow to Conroe for District AA baseball crown, 1960/06/10: 5
        Calvert, Arthur
          pitcher strikes out 23 batters, 1960/04/22: 5
          whiffs 18 batters as Ball blanks Lockhart, 1960/04/29: 5
        grab fourth straight district BB title, 1960/05/13: 5
        score two shutouts in week, 1960/04/15: 5
        Seguin wins first game of Class AA title series, 1960/06/03: 5
        unbeaten in AA district, 1960/05/20: 5
        weather hampers Ball nine, 1960/03/18: 5
        win in Kerrville, San Antonio on same day, 1960/05/13: 5
        "Y" breaks even in games with Doyle High and Ball High, 1960/05/27: 5
        "Y" plays Ball Hi in SA, 1960/05/06: 5
      baseball team (Dragons), 1961-1962
        Ball beats Doyle in abbreviated game, 1961/05/05: 5
        bow to Doyle, Kerrville, 1961/03/31: 5
        Corpus twirler hurls no-hitter against Seguin's Ball High, 1962/04/06: 5
        Gonzales bombs Seguin in district baseball game, 1961/04/14: 5
        YMCA plays Ball High School of Seguin followed by open house, 1962/05/18: 5
      baseball team (Dragons), 1963
        Alamo City "Y" takes Ball High Dragons 5-1, 1963/03/22: 5
        Corpus Christi Coles beats Ball, 1-0, 1963/05/10: 5
        Doyle High plays Ball of Seguin in Kerrville, 1963/04/12: 5
        drop two games, but win one, 1963/03/29: 5
        YMCA baseballers rush by Ball High, 14-7, 1963/04/26: 5
        YMCA nine plays Ball Hi here Saturday, 1963/04/19: 5
      baseball team (Dragons), 1964
        Ball gets 7-5 victory over Carver of Lockhart, 1964/04/03: 5
        Corpus wins South Zone baseball title over Seguin Dragons, 1964/05/08: 5
        Dragons win one, lose one, 1964/05/01: 6
      basketball team (Dragonettes), 1955-1959
        boys and girls teams beat SA West End cagers, 1960/01/01: 5
        Dragonettes win District 10-A basketball championship (photo), 1956/03/16: 5
        Dragons and Dragonettes pop lid on cage season, 1959/12/04: 5
        lassies cop district cage championship, 1955/03/04: 5
        lassies repeat as district champions, 1956/03/09: 5
      basketball team (Dragonettes), 1960
        boys and girls teams beat SA West End cagers, 1960/01/01: 5
        girls and boys teams win two from Kerrville, 1960/12/23: 5
        Gonzales boys, girls, upend Seguin basketball teams, 1960/01/29: 5
        Seguin boys beat Bay City, but girls lose, 1960/01/29: 5
        West End Playground boys defeat Ball High, but girls bow in defeat, 1960/02/12: 5
      basketball team (Dragonettes), 1961-1964
        boys, girls still undefeated in cage race, 1964/02/07: 5
        cage teams seek state titles at Prairie View tourney, 1964/02/28: 5
        Dragonettes cop District 6-AA championship, 1962/02/23: 5
        girls win Gonzales cage meet crown, 1961/12/15: 5
        girls win two games, 1961/01/13: 5
        win District 6-AA cage crown, 1963/02/22: 5
      basketball team (Dragons), 1955-1959
        bow out in quarter-finals of Yoakum meet, 1959/12/18: 5
        boys and girls teams beat SA West End cagers, 1960/01/01: 5
        cop third straight District 10-A cage crown, 1955/02/11: 5
        Dragons and Dragonettes pop lid on cage season, 1959/12/04: 5
        Lewis, Walter Harry, hot shot who sparked third consecutive district championship (photo), 1955/02/18: 5
        St. Peter Claver beats Ball varsity and "B" teams, 1959/12/18: 5
        whip Kerrville's Doyle High School and Seguin's independent team, Trojans, 1959/12/18: 5
        whip Lockhart in cage openers, 1959/12/11: 5
      basketball team (Dragons), 1960
        Austin beats Seguin cagers in twin bill, 1960/02/19: 5
        boys and girls teams beat SA West End cagers, 1960/01/01: 5
        Coles "A" and "B" teams take Seguin, 1960/01/15: 5
        girls and boys teams win two from Kerrville, 1960/12/23: 5
        Gonzales boys, girls, upend Seguin basketball teams, 1960/01/29: 5
        independents get even break with Ball High cagers, 1960/02/19: 5
        Seguin, Austin split two games as teams open 1960 season, 1960/04/08: 5
        Seguin again tops Kerrville, 1960/01/15: 5
        Seguin boys beat Bay City, but girls lose, 1960/01/29: 5
        St. Peter beats Ball in second extra period, 1960/12/23: 5
        St. Peter Claver overpowers Ball, 1960/12/16: 5
        St. Peter Claver trips Ball High, 68-61, 1960/02/05: 5
        West End Playground boys defeat Ball High, but girls bow in defeat, 1960/02/12: 5
        Wheatley beats Ball in close one, 1960/02/05: 5
      basketball team (Dragons), 1961-1962
        "B" team games, 1961/01/13: 5
        cagers find tough going, 1961/01/20: 5
        Dragons win two, drop one during week, 1962/01/12: 5
        drop decisions to St. Peter Claver and Coles, 1962/12/14: 5
        edge St. Peter Claver, but lose to Anderson of Austin, 1961/12/15: 3
        lose one to Anderson High and Solomon Coles, down Doyle High, 1961/01/13: 5
        Seguin cagers get District 6-AA win from Cuero, 1961/01/27: 5
        St. Peter Claver batters Ball High, 74-45, 1961/12/22: 5
      basketball team (Dragons), 1963
        beat St. Peter Claver for meet crown, 1963/12/20: 5
        bow to St. Peter as rally falls short, 1963/12/13: 5
        Corpus' Solomon Coles gets revenge, thumps Ball High, Seguin, 1963/12/27: 5
        Elton Coe scores 39, but Ball loses to St. Peter, 1963/12/13: 5
        plaster Coles of Corpus, Bay City, 1963/12/27: 5
        St. Peter Claver takes Ball High apart, 72-48, 1963/01/11: 5
      basketball team (Dragons), 1964
        Ball cage teams seek state titles at Prairie View tourney, 1964/02/28: 5
        Ball has 5-0 record in district, 1964/01/24: 5
        boys, girls still undefeated in cage race, 1964/02/07: 5
        cagers aim for state championship, 1964/02/21: 5
        lead district 6-AA cage race, 1964/01/31: 5
        Riley does it to Ball cagers again, 1964/01/31: 5
        Riley takes twin bill from Seguin junior high cagers, 1964/01/24: 5
        Victoria edges Ball High, district 6-AA cage champ, 1964/02/14: 5
        Wheatley Lion varsity and "B" teams dump Ball Hi in double header, 1964/01/24: 5
      basketball team (Dragons), 1965
        Ball beats Bay City, Wharton; loses to St. Peter, 1965/01/22: 5
        Coe, Elton
          hits 37 points, but Lions have too much fire power, 1965/02/12: 5
          scores 47 points as Seguin cinches crown, 1965/02/12: 5
        last second basket gives Lions victory over Ball HS, Seguin, 1965/01/29: 5
        Riley wins another cage tournament: the Ball High two-game elimination tournament, 1964/03/13: 5
        St. Peter wins two more, 1965/12/03: 5
      basketball tournament (Ball High School Invitational Tourney)
        cage meet shapes up, 1954/12/17: 5
        eleven teams already enter tourney, 1954/12/24: 5
        Gonzales cops Seguin meet, 1960/12/09: 5
        Phillis Wheatley cagers win Seguin tourney, 1960/01/01: 5
        St. Peter Claver wins Seguin cage tourney whipping Ball Dragons, 65-50, 1962/12/21: 5
        tourney gives fan exciting action, 1955/01/07: 5
        "Y, " Gonzales girls win Seguin meet, 1954/12/31: 5
      boys and girls team members awarded, 1953/03/20: 5
      Brother Joe May and Supreme Angels of Milwaukee appear in program at Ball High, 1970/01/09: 7
      Burns, Estella P., teacher honored on retiring after 41 years of service (photo), 1961/07/07 Supp: 1
      enrollment at 225 students; first week's enrollment tops 1955, despite loss through integration, 1956/09/14: 1
      Erskine, Florence, and Voncile Thomas, students participate in state contests, 1964/04/24: 7
      faculties of Ball and Sweet Home hold annual banquet, 1962/04/06: 2
      faculty and students busy during week of Oct. 16, 1961/10/27: 2
      fire destroys gymnasium, 1955/12/09: 1
      football team (1947)
        Yoakum coach answers Seguin charges--says "ringers" used, 1947/11/14: 5
        Yoakum-Seguin football game nearly ends in riot, 1947/11/07: 3
      football team (Dragons), 1954-1956
        bop Rosenberg 32-7 for bi-district football title, 1955/12/02: 5
        certified as 10-A District football champs, 1955/11/18: 5
        District 10-A title rides on outcome of Seguin-Halletsville game, 1955/10/28: 5
        flatten Edna, 46-0, for district win, 1955/10/07: 5
        flatten Luling, 68-0 in New Braunfels benefit fracas, 1954/12/03: 5
        outlook bright as Ball High moves into Class AA, 1956/09/14: 5
        and Rockdale, clash in Class "A" football semi-finals, 1955/12/09: 5
        and Rosenberg, play for bi-district football crown, 1955/11/25: 5
        and Sealy, battle for regional football crown, 1955/12/02: 5
        Seguin, County chamber of commerce, fetes Ball gridders, 1956/01/13: 5
        Seguin honors Ball grid team (photo), 1956/01/20: 4
        upend Sealy in spine-tingler in state football playoffs, 1955/12/09: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1959
        Ball meets Wharton, 1959/11/13: 5
        Bay City rolls over Seguin, 1959/10/23: 5
        bow to Brenham in district tussle, 1959/10/02: 5
        bow to Victoria, 1959/11/27: 5
        Hallettsville stuns Ball High, 1959/09/25: 5
        homecoming ceremonies under way, 1959/11/13: 2
        homecoming grid game canceled due to freezing rain, 1959/11/20: 5
        hope to bounce back against Cuero, 1959/10/09: 5
        Navasota crushes Seguin, 1959/10/30: 5
        open with Yoakum at Seguin, 1959/09/11: 5
        play first district game in Brenham, 1959/09/25: 5
        racked by Cuero, 1959/10/16: 5
        Sealy banged by Seguin, 1959/11/13: 5
        tops Yoakum, 14-6, 1959/09/18: 5
        Wharton fouls up homecoming, 1959/12/04: 5
        whip Gonzales, 1959/11/06: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1960
        Daule of Cuero blisters Ball HS, 1960/11/11: 5
        gridders, coaches featured, feted at P-TA meeting, 1960/12/30: 2
        gridders receive awards, 1960/12/30: 5
        nip Anderson Hi's "B" team, 1960/10/07: 5
        Stevens-Mayo of Hallettsville, beats Ball High, 1960/09/23: 5
        Wheatley "B" team roars over Seguin, 1960/10/14: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1961
        Ball High, St. Peter Claver in 12-12 draw, 1961/09/29: 5
        blast Anderson B team, 14-0, 1961/10/06: 7
        Daule of Cuero beats Ball in second half, 1961/11/10: 5
        Gross High of Victoria clobbers Seguin, 61-0, 1961/11/24: 5
        knocked off by Hilliard High School, Bay City, 1961/11/17: 5
        safety gives Hallettsville Hi an 8-6 decision over Ball, 1961/09/22: 5
        Seguin, Gonzales gridders battle to 8-8 stalemate, 1961/11/03: 5
        Seguin bops Yoakum, 1961/10/13: 3
        Wharton subdues Dragons, 12-0, 1961/10/27: 5
        Wheatley B team overwhelms Ball High, 1961/10/20: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1962
        beat St. Peter in last half, 12-6, 1962/09/28: 6
        blast Austin Anderson "B" team, 30-6, 1962/10/05: 5
        clobbered by Wharton, 52-14, 1962/11/16: 3
        come from behind to rout Yoakum, 1962/10/12: 5
        Cuero spanks Seguin, 32-8, for homecoming, 1962/11/02: 5
        Gonzales takes thriller from Seguin, 22-20, 1962/10/19: 3
        Hallettsville is season opener, 1962/09/14: 5
        host Eagle Lake at gala homecoming, 1962/11/02: 5
        Victoria mauls Ball, 43-0, 1962/11/30: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1963
        bidistrict game pits Ball against Gonzales Edwards, 1963/10/11: 5
        bury Austin "B" team by 58-0 score, 1963/10/04: 4
        Dragons host Cuero at homecoming, 1963/10/25: 5
        Dragons meet Anderson "B" team, 1963/09/27: 5
        dump Hallettsville in opener, 1963/09/20: 5
        Gonzales stuns Ball High, 14-12 in district game, 1963/10/18: 5
        Hilliard High School of Bay City wallops Ball High, 1963/11/22: 5
        nudge St. Peter Claver 6-0, 1963/09/27: 5
        open football season at Hallettsville, 1963/09/13: 5
        rip Asberry, Yoakum, by 44-20, 1963/10/11: 5
        rout Daule, Cuero, 68-6, for homecoming, 1963/11/01: 5
        Victoria wallops Seguin 62-12 in season finale, 1963/11/29: 5
        Wharton Wolves bust Dragons 42-0, 1963/11/15: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1964
        Ball dumps Hallettsville in opener, 1964/09/18: 5
        battling Dragons beat Edna in final quarter, 1964/10/23: 5
        Bay City snaps Seguin's victory string, 1964/10/30: 5
        bop St. Peter Claver, 1964/09/25: 5
        downed by Gonzales Gophers, 1964/11/06: 5
        Dragons meet Cuero in first district encounter, 1964/10/09: 5
        Seguin overcomes Luling, 16-8, 1964/10/02: 5
        Seguin wops Daule of Cuero, 35-8, 1964/10/16: 5
      football team (Dragons), 1965
        Anderson of Austin "B" bows to Ball, 1965/11/12: 5
        Asberry of Yoakum squeaks by Ball, 8-6, 1965/10/08: 5
        Dunbar of Temple gets decision over Ball, 1965/11/05: 5
        Hallettsville nips Ball, 22-14, 1965/09/17: 5
        Hilliard of Bay City slaughters Ball of Seguin, 77-0, 1965/10/29: 5
        lose final grid game to Victoria, 1965/11/26: 5
        lose to Coles of Corpus Christi, 28-6, 1965/10/01: 5
        lose to Wharton, 1965/11/19: 5
        Seguin bows to Edna in last four minutes, 20-14, 1965/10/22: 7
      German public school teacher visits Seguin High, 1953/03/06: 6
      Girls' Chorus are guests of "Glorified Voices" Sunday, 1943/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue)
      graduation
        26 graduates to attend commencement program, 1963/05/24: 2
        26 to graduate next week, 1953/05/22: 6
        annual sermon and program to be conducted by PTA, 1963/05/24: 2
        baccalaureate sermon given Sunday, 1958/05/23: 2
        Ball High has 23 graduates, 1945/05/25: 7
        closing activities, 1961/05/26: 2, 1962/06/01: 2, 1964/05/22: 2
        commencement exercises announced, 1962/05/25: 2
        graduation rites date set, 1961/05/26: 2
        largest class to graduate, 1960/05/20: 2, 1960/06/03: 2
        senior class extensively entertained with party by Civic Sociatel Club, as well as breakfast at a local cafe, 1962/05/25: 2
      Harris, Leslie ("Goldie"), coach, assaulted at dance by youths not associated with Ball Hi, 1958/09/26: 5
      homecoming
        celebrated, 1965/11/12: 2
        gets underway, 1960/11/11: 2, 1961/10/20: 2
        royalty named, 1960/10/28: 2, 1963/10/25: 2
      honor roll students (1957-1959), 1957/02/01: 2, 1958/06/06: 2, 1958/10/24: 2, 1959/02/13: 2, 1959/10/30: 2
      honor roll students (1960-1961), 1960/02/19: 2, 1960/04/01: 2, 1960/10/28: 2, 1961/02/10: 2, 1961/03/24: 2, 1961/04/28: 2, 1961/10/27: 2, 1961/12/15: 2
      honor roll students (1962-1963), 1962/02/09: 2, 1962/03/23: 2, 1962/05/04: 2, 1962/10/26: 2, 1962/12/21: 2, 1963/03/22: 2, 1963/04/26: 2, 1963/10/25: 2, 1963/12/13: 2
      honor roll students (1964-1965), 1964/05/08: 2
      Honor Society presents assembly program, 1962/02/09: 2, 1963/05/17: 2
      Huston-Tillotson College a capella choir performs, 1960/03/04: 2, 1961/03/10: 2
      interscholastic competitions
        Ball High has winners at state meet, 1961/05/05: 2
        band ties for first at Prairie View interscholastic meet, 1956/03/16: 2
        competes at PV Interscholastic League meet, 1952/04/25: 5
        district 6-AA interscholastic league meet honors goes to Seguin, 1962/04/20: 5
        five students win honors at Prairie View Interscholastic League meet, 1962/05/11: 2
        wins two firsts at state interscholastic meet, 1956/05/04: 2
      Negro History Week observed, 1961/02/24: 2
      Parent-Teachers Association
        annual sermon held with Rev. H. J. Nash, Pilgrim's Rest Baptist Church, guest speaker, 1962/04/06: 2
        entertains senior class with dinner, 1962/05/25: 2
        Founders Day observed, 1961/02/24: 2
        gridders, coaches featured, feted at P-TA meeting, 1960/12/30: 2
        monthly meeting well attended, 1962/02/09: 2
        PTA gets improvements, 1946/12/13: 6
      Prairie View A Capella choir to be heard, 1962/02/09: 2
      receives AA rating for athletics, 1956/05/25: 5
      receives gift of $500 from white brothers, 1947/01/24: 1
      senior class entertained by Civic Sociatels Club, 1963/05/24: 2
      Sheppard, Alyce Olivia, graduates from Ball High with highest honors (photo), 1940/06/21: 1
      students vie in Seguin High School science fair, 1960/03/25: 2
      tennis, girls cop state doubles title, 1964/05/01: 5
      Thompson, Prof. S. W, former Ball High School principal dies (photo), 1948/03/26: 4
      track and field, Guadalupe Valley Relays
        2nd annual relays to be run Friday, 1960/03/18: 5
        Lions cop Seguin meet; Ball edges F. W. Gross for 2nd place, 1960/03/25: 5
        set for Saturday, 1963/03/29: 5
        thinlies win at Seguin's Guadalupe Valley Relays practice meet, 1961/03/17: 5
      track and field team (Dragons), 1952-1953
        Seguin, Luling Highs tie in District meet, 1952/04/11: 5
        Seguin cops District 10-A field and track crown, 1953/04/17: 5
      track and field team (Dragons), 1960-1963
        host district interscholastic league meet, 1961/04/14: 5
        Seguin ball netters again drub Corpus Christi Coles, 1960/04/22: 5
        win places in Victoria Gross Invitational Track Meet, 1963/03/29: 5
      tractor school at Seguin High Monday, May 19, 1952/05/16: 2
      Wilson, Eva Joyce, in recital at Ball High School along with Prairie View A Capella Choir (photo), 1959/02/20: 3
      Wilson, Henry F.
        named principal, 1945/09/14: 5
        principal gets Master's degree from Prairie View, 1952/05/23: 2
      Wilson, Thelma Lee, named Homecoming Queen, 1952/10/17: 2
    Ball Tabernacle AME Church
      baby contest
        Bell, Arlisa Renee, winner (photo), 1967/03/24: 8
        Sullivan, Andre DeLeon, winner (photo), 1969/07/11: 9
      broadcasts
        Rev. C. S. Marshall and the choir are broadcast each Sunday night, 1968/09/13: 10 (filmed in 09/20 issue)
        Sunday service to be broadcast on KMAC, 1967/04/28: 9
      Lavallis, Johnnie Mae, crowned queen, Rev. Samuel Sanders crowned king (photo), 1970/05/15: 10
      Marshall, Rev. C. S., commencement speaker for Hicks Beauty School, 1967/08/04: 10
      Stanton, Janice Maria, crowned Queen at annual youth musical (photo), 1970/06/12: 7
    Ballard, Florenda
      notice of death, 1964/05/01: 8 (filmed in 05/08 issue)
    BAMC
    Banister, George Edward
      recovering from car wreck, 1931/12/25: 1
    Bank Employees Aid Club
      aid given to members and churches, 1934/03/02: 1
      Bellinger, Valmo C., honored (photo), 1941/10/24: 1
      celebrate fifth annual picnic at Woodlake Country Club (Jo's Jottings), 1943/07/09: 6
      Christmas banquet held, 1933/12/29: 6
      club plans gala Fourth of July celebration, 1939/06/30: 7
      correction, 1941/03/28: 6
      entertains 400 at Pleasure Island picnic, 1940/07/26: 5
      entertains for two returning GIs, 1946/03/29 Supp: 4
      entertains nearly 300 at all-day July 4 picnic, 1939/07/07: 6
      fourth annual get-together held, 1936/07/31: 6
      meetings in 1933, 1933/02/10: 6, 1933/04/07: 7, 1933/05/12: 6, 1933/06/09: 7, 1933/07/14: 6, 1933/09/29: 6, 1933/10/06: 6, 1933/10/20: 6, 1933/11/10: 6, 1933/12/08: 6, 1933/12/15: 6
      meetings in 1934, 1934/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1934/03/09: 5, 1934/04/13: 6, 1934/04/20: 6, 1934/05/11: 6, 1934/05/25: 7, 1934/07/06: 3, 1934/11/02: 6
      meetings in 1935, 1935/12/06: 6
      meetings in 1936, 1936/04/10: 6
      meetings in 1938, 1938/05/06: 6, 1938/06/17: 4, 1938/07/08: 6, 1938/12/09: 6
      meetings in 1939, 1939/03/10: 4, 1939/04/07: 6, 1939/05/12: 5, 1939/06/16: 4
      meetings in 1940, 1940/01/12: 7, 1940/02/09: 7, 1940/06/21: 7, 1940/07/12: 6, 1940/12/20: 6
      meetings in 1941, 1941/02/07: 6, 1941/03/07: 7, 1941/03/21: 7, 1941/04/04: 7, 1941/04/25: 7, 1941/05/09: 7, 1941/06/20: 5, 1941/07/25: 4, 1941/09/26: 5, 1941/10/10: 7
      meetings in 1942, 1942/01/09: 5, 1942/01/23: 6, 1942/04/24: 7, 1942/07/24: 7, 1942/12/25: 6
      meetings in 1943, 1943/02/26: 6, 1943/03/19: 6
      meetings in 1944, 1944/01/21: 6, 1944/03/10: 4, 1944/07/14: 7, 1944/10/06: 7
      meetings in 1945, 1945/05/11: 6
      meetings in 1946, 1946/01/11: 4, 1946/04/12 Supp: 2, 1946/05/10: 6
      meetings in 1947, 1947/06/20: 7, 1947/09/12: 2
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/09: 2, 1948/03/12 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1952, 1952/11/07: 6
      meetings in 1953, 1953/08/07: 6
      meetings in 1954, 1954/02/12: 8, 1954/09/10: 6, 1954/12/24: 4
      meetings in 1957, 1957/06/14: 6
      meetings in 1960, 1960/11/18: 6
      meetings in 1967, 1967/07/14: 8
      meetings in 1968, 1968/12/13: 9
      Mouton, Herbert, retires from Bank Employees Aid office (photo), 1958/03/14: 6
      New Years party held, 1938/01/07: 8 (filmed in 01/14 issue)
      officers
        elected, 1968/12/13: 9
        installed, 1938/01/14: 5
      On the Other Hand (Commentary by Jasper T. Duncan), 1943/07/16: 5
      plays Santa at Welcome Home for the Blind, 1960/12/30 Supp: 2
      program given, 1936/05/01: 6
      purpose and goals, 1933/01/13: 6
    Bankett, Patsy
      notice of death, 1966/01/07: 8
    Bankhead, Dan
      hurls Bums into first place, 1950/05/26: 3
      looks good in second big league win, 1950/05/12: 3
      pounded by Washington Senators, 1951/04/20: 5
      replacing called-up Don Newcombe, will be here Monday (photo), 1949/10/07: 7
      tosses five-hitter for seventh victory, 1949/07/01: 3
      wins no. 9, 1949/07/15: 3
    Banks
      See also Financial Services
      12 Negro banks have assets of $71,000,000, 1963/10/04: 1
      Bank of America
        hires Negroes in clerical positions, 1949/02/18: 1
        Morrow, E. Frederic, named assistant vice president (photo), 1964/07/24: 1
      Binga State Bank (Chicago)
        Binga faces prison term, 1933/06/09: 1
        Binga found guilty of embezzling bank funds, 1933/06/09: 1
        Binga State Bank pays first dividend, 1931/09/04: 7
        Binga sued by bank receiver, 1934/05/11: 5
        Jesse Binga's death recalls days of rapidly vanishing 'self-made men,' 1950/06/23: 1
      Citizens National Bank of Austin elects M. J. (Andy) Anderson to Board of Directors (photo), 1970/05/01: 1
      Commonwealth Bank hopes to reopen, 1931/10/09: 1
      Douglass National Bank of Chicago closes doors, 1932/05/27: 1
      Harlem's Freedom National Bank, NAACP opens account with $75,000 deposit, 1968/09/20: 3
        photo, 1968/11/29: 2
      Keep Your Tongue [bank rumors] (editorial), 1933/03/03: 1
      Memphis bank reports success in first year, 1948/01/16: 2
      Negro banks fared well in Depression crisis, 1933/03/24: 1
      Negro banks hit highest asset volume in 1951, 1952/11/14: 3
      Negro banks join Hoover's billion dollar credit corporation, 1931/11/13: 2
      No Time for "Crepe Hangers" (editorial), 1933/03/10: 4
      Race Banks Still Stand (The Echo by V.C.B.), 1931/10/09: 1
      Simon, Norman A. (Guaranty Bank and Trust, Chicago)
        first Negro president of white-owned bank in line to become president of University National Bank, Chicago (photo), 1967/10/06: 1
        profile: from teller to bank president in 14 years, 1967/04/28: 6
        selected as first Negro president of predominantly white-owed bank (photo), 1967/04/21: 1
      Standard Savings and Loan, Houston, first charter issued to Negroes, 1958/06/20: 1
      Texas
        Alamo National Bank, Dawson, David Willis, employee, given 7 months for theft of money from envelopes at the bank, 1954/04/09: 1
        Citizens Bank Depositors Protected (editorial), 1934/01/12: 4
        City-Central Bank
          crash is a blow to San Antonians, 1931/10/02: 1
          depositors may receive cash soon, 1931/10/16: 1
        east side of San Antonio to get bank, to be called Texas State Bank, 1959/06/05: 3
        First State Bank of South San Antonio depositors to get payments soon, 1937/07/09: 1
        Houston now has Negro bank, 1963/10/04: 1
        National Bank of Commerce, SA, offers Carver-Washington memorial coin, 1952/09/19: 3
        Negroes pose as menials to regain control of banks they owned, 1965/04/09: 1
        San Antonio Savings Association now holding open house at new building, 1962/02/02: 6
        Texas State Bank
          Aaron, Claude, named assistant cashier by Board, 1970/03/06: 7
          in Bank Americard program, 1969/09/19: 7
          to be built on east side of San Antonio, 1959/06/05: 3
          celebrates 10th anniversary, 1970/02/13: 9
          gives moon globes to schools, 1969/09/19: 4
          Holden, Col. Maury, named president, 1969/12/26: 9
          Junior Board of Directors
            newly appointed directors hold initial meeting (photo), 1970/02/27: 6
            San Antonio teenagers named to Board, 1970/02/27: 6
          Saunders, Douglas L., elected to Board of Directors, 1970/01/02: 6
        We Will Keep Our Heads [in wake of City-Central Bank failure] (editorial), 1931/10/09: 4
      Washington bank pays Christmas Club depositors, 1931/12/11: 1
    Banks, Rev. A. Harold
      well-knowing ex-San Antonian dies in El Paso, 1960/08/19: 1
    Banks, Adolph
      receives gold pin in recognition of 20 years' service at Randolph AFB, 1963/08/09: 7
    Banks, Albert H.
      plays leading role in "The Brat" (photo), 1931/10/16: 6
      Praised for His "Radio Voice" (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1935/07/12: 4
    Banks, Mrs. C. B.
    Banks, Charles
      civil servant retires after 30 years (photo), 1949/07/08: 1
    Banks, Erma
      named "Woman of the Year" by Business and Professional Women's Club (photo), 1965/10/29 Supp: 3
    Banks, Ernie
      aims to become first NL shortstop to become homerun king, 1958/04/11: 5
      awards and honors
        again sporting Sporting News annual award for outstanding play, 1959/10/30: 5
        Campanella, Roy, Don (Newcombe), Ernie Banks on Look All America, 1955/09/23: 5
        Chicago sports writers honor Banks as winner of Will Harridge Award for Achievement, 1959/01/16: 5
        honored by Chicago baseball writers, 1960/01/08: 5
        A Living Legend [Ernie Banks of Dallas], (Spotlight on Sports, column by Charles J. Livingston), 1965/08/06: 6
        from softball to Nat'l League's MVP award tells story of his rise in sports, 1958/12/12: 5
        teammate calls Banks one of baseball's greatest, 1960/01/29: 5
      bypassing of Ernie Banks is biggest disappointment of annual All Star game, 1956/07/20: 5
      Chicago Cubs
        bank on Ernie Banks, 1957/03/29: 5
        Banks ahead of previous home run record, 1960/07/15: 5
        Banks credits coach for fast start, 1958/06/27: 3
        Banks is tops at shortstop for second year, 1961/01/13: 5
        Banks now sixth home run hitter in NL, 1964/09/11: 5
        Cubs, fans, give Banks great "Day" in Chicago, 1964/08/28: 5
        inks Cub pact for reported $65,000, 1961/01/27: 5
        leads Cubs against Boston Red Sox in San Antonio (photo), 1961/03/31: 3
        manager rates Banks No. 1, 1960/05/13: 5
        rocks house with witty wire to retiring Stan Musial, 1963/11/08: 5
        signs 1963 pact with Chicago Cubs, 1963/01/18: 5
        vow they won't give up Ernie Banks for trade, 1961/11/24: 5
      Cub rookie goes on hitting binge, 1953/09/25: 5
      home run hitter takes advice from man he surpasses, Hank Sauer, 1964/07/31: 5
      income
        asks for pay increase for 1958, 1957/11/29: 5
        Mays, Aaron, Banks "million dollar" players, 1960/04/08: 3
      injuries and illnesses
        bad knee, scribes' squawks send Ernie to outfield, 1961/06/09: 5
        Banks must undergo knee surgery, 1961/06/30: 3
        eye ailment now besets Banks, 1961/07/28: 5
      plans on opening a new Ford dealership on Chicago's South Side (photo), 1967/08/11: 5
      praised as PR model for other stars, 1960/04/01: 5
      reaches for all-time home run record for shortstops, 1955/08/12: 3
      Tan Players Rated Tops with Baseball Fans: Willie Mays, Ernie Banks Lead NL (commentary by Bill Brower), 1963/05/10: 4
    Banks, Eva
      notice of death, 1964/11/20: 8 (filmed in 11/27 issue)
    Banks, Mrs. Gertrude
      heart attack is fatal, 1947/08/15: 1
    Banks, Howard C.
      picked for training as air policeman, 1966/05/20: 4
    Banks, Jessie M.
      notice of death, 1968/03/22: 10 (filmed in 03/29 issue)
    Banks, John L.
      notice of death, 1959/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
    Banks, John Locking
      called from auto, slain by girl friend, Effie L. Barnes, 1960/06/03: 1
      notice of death, 1960/06/10: 8 (filmed in 06/17 issue)
    Banks, Laura
      notice of death, 1966/03/11: 8 (filmed in 03/18 issue)
    Banks, Leona C. B.
      notice of death, 1968/05/31: 10 (filmed in 06/07 issue)
      obsequies held, 1968/05/31: 1
    Banks, Louise Roberson
      several years' illness claims aged woman, 1946/01/11: 1
    Banks, Mabel Parker
      last rites set for Friday, 1970/01/30: 1
      notice of death, 1970/02/06: 10
      retired SA public school teacher, entertained by staff of Grant Elementary School (photo), 1962/10/26 Supp: 2, 4
    Banks, Mary
      buried in Seguin, 1955/12/09: 2
    Banks, Melvin J.
      instructor of history at Bishop College fulfills residence requirements for Ph.D. (photo), 1935/07/26: 1
    Banks, Parish
      notice of death, 1937/03/12: 8 (filmed in 07/02 issue)
    Banks, Robert E.
      aged pedestrian, 78, hit by truck driven by James Jarutowicz, succumbs to injuries, 1962/10/12: 1
      notice of death, 1962/10/19: 8
    Banks, Sallie H.
      notice of death, 1937/03/12: 8 (filmed in 07/02 issue)
    Banks, Tennis
      SA athlete stars in West Coast basketball play, 1941/03/28: 3
    Banks, W. R. (Principal of Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College)
      appointed to board of directors of Texas State University for Negroes (photo), 1947/05/30: 1
      credited with football team success (photo), 1931/10/23: 3
      dies at age of 88, 1969/10/24: 1
      ends "limited service" today, retires, 1951/08/31: 1
      ex-PV prexy defends Negro Achievement Day at Texas State Fair, 1955/05/13: 1
      final rites held for wife, Glovina Perry Banks, 1963/06/21: 3
      goes to Cornell for further study, 1933/07/14: 1
      Land Grant College Association meets in DC; W.R. Banks is president, 1935/11/08: 2
      Mr. and Mrs. Banks entertain PV students, faculty, 1938/01/07: 2
      principal achieves success (photo), 1931/08/28: 1
      recovering from RR accident, 1947/11/07: 1
      retires, ends "limited service" today, 1951/08/31: 1
      retires from Prairie View (photo), 1946/04/12: 4
    Banks, Willie Pearl
      notice of death, 1964/01/17: 8
    Bankston, Eddie L.
      notice of death, 1968/05/31: 10 (filmed in 06/07 issue)
    Banneker, Benjamin
      nominated for Hall of Fame, 1949/11/18: 7
    Baptist Brotherhood
    Baptist Churches
      Baptist interracial meet if pattern for true democracy, 1945/03/09: 1
      Baptists discuss education at interracial meet, 1941/11/14: 4
      Baptists have most members, council reports, 1953/03/06: 6
      employees of publishing house of churches vote to unionize, 1960/09/16: 4
      evangelical campaign to get under way Sunday, 1939/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue)
      fewer churches since 1926, but more members, 1941/09/05: 1
      mass meeting for National Baptist Church Extension Board to be held, 1934/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue)
      three hundred members added during revival, 1939/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue)
      white Baptists name Negro girl to youth post, 1954/10/22: 1
    Baptist Convention, General
    Baptist Convention, National
    Baptist Conventions of Texas
    Baptist General Convention of Texas
      See also Missionary Baptist General Convention of Texas
      annual conventions
        Coleman, Rev. G. C., Friendship Baptist, is main speaker at opening session, 1950/10/13: 8 (filmed in 10/20 issue)
        fifty-first annual convention closes today, 1944/10/13: 1
        four-day session opens here Tuesday, 1950/10/13: 8 (filmed in 10/20 issue)
        meets in San Antonio next week, 1944/10/13: 1
        Pilgrim's Rest Baptist Church is host to Baptist state convention, 1956/10/26: 2
        San Antonians in Beaumont for state convention, 1947/10/31: 8 (filmed in 11/07 issue)
        Steward, Rev. Shelly Edward, Shiloh Baptist Church, principal speaker for Houston convention (photo), 1958/10/17: 8 (filmed in 10/24 issue)
      Baptist laymen in SA mass meeting on Sunday, 1945/01/12: 1
      Barnes, Mrs. O. Solomon
        First Baptist Church Missionary Society entertains president of Women's Auxiliary of General Baptist Convention, 1940/02/02: 5
        general president of Women's Auxiliary visits San Antonio (Alamo City Briefs), 1940/02/09: 7
      City-Wide Auxiliary, San Antonio, and Junior Missionaries, holds meeting, 1948/04/16: 8
      convention officials gather to meet at annual conference (photo), 1956/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue)
      education fund raising period extended, 1932/04/22: 8 (filmed in 04/29 issue)
      Hicks, Mrs. M. L. Steward
        annual mass meeting held at St. Luke Baptist Church, in interest of work done by Mrs. M. L. Steward Hicks (photo), 1960/02/26: 6
        state missionary makes her annual address (photo), 1961/04/21: 8
      Jackson, A.W., educational secretary, on state tour in interest of Guadalupe College (photo), 1940/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue)
      Junior Mission Brotherhood Auxiliary asks all churches to attend program at Second Baptist Church, Seguin, and make donations to financial drive, 1965/01/29: 8 (filmed in 02/05 issue)
      Junior Women's Convention
        Bayliss, Mrs. John L.
          to speak at convention being held at Pleasant Union Baptist (photo), 1952/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue)
          will respond to welcome address at second annual conclave (photo), 1951/05/04: 4
        City-Wide Auxiliary of San Antonio invited to appear in Oakland, CA, 1948/07/16: 6
        to present soprano, 1945/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue)
        soprano, Bernice James-Shanklin, of Houston, presented, 1945/10/19: 6
        sunrise services to open State Junior Women's Convention, 1950/10/06: 8 (filmed in 10/13 issue)
      meets in united effort with American Baptist Convention of Texas in study of religious education, 1953/12/04: 4
      members return from state convention, 1934/11/02: 1
      opens Tuesday at Pilgrim's Rest Baptist Church, 1956/10/12: 8 (filmed in 10/19 issue)
      resumes campaign for rebuilding Guadalupe College, 1939/03/24: 1
      State Brotherhood Union meets here Sunday, 1946/10/18: 1
    Baptist Good-Will Missionary Presidents Council
      adopts President Jessie Mae Hicks' work plan, 1951/01/19: 8 (filmed in 01/26 issue)
      Curry, Mrs. G. F. C.
        heard at meeting, 1950/12/15: 8 (filmed in 12/22 issue)
        librarian at Carver branch, to address new Bap't organization, 1950/12/08: 8 (filmed in 12/15 issue)
      helps two girls enter Deaf, Dumb and Blind School in Austin, 1951/10/05: 8 (filmed in 10/12 issue)
      holds first general meeting Sunday, 1951/03/09: 8 (filmed in 03/16 issue)
      holds "know-how" meeting April 16, 1951/04/06: 8 (filmed in 04/13 issue)
      holds prayer meeting Monday afternoon, 1952/02/22: 4
      Jordan, Mrs. S. A., welcomed back at get-acquainted affair, 1952/01/25: 8 (filmed in 02/01 issue)
      Kemple, Rev. J. A., to deliver council's annual sermon at West End Baptist, 1952/07/25: 6
      meetings in 1951, 1951/02/16: 4, 1951/03/16: 6, 1951/04/13: 8 (filmed in 04/20 issue), 1951/04/20: 8 (filmed in 04/27 issue), 1951/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1951/05/18: 4, 1951/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue), 1951/09/28: 8 (filmed in 10/05 issue), 1951/11/16: 8 (filmed in 11/23 issue), 1951/11/30: 8 (filmed in 12/07 issue), 1951/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue), 1951/12/21: 6
      meetings in 1952, 1952/01/18: 8 (filmed in 01/25 issue), 1952/02/29: 4, 1952/03/14: 4, 1952/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1952/04/18: 8 (filmed in 04/25 issue), 1952/04/25: 8 (filmed in 05/02 issue), 1952/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1952/06/20: 4, 1952/07/18: 4, 1952/08/15: 4, 1952/11/07: 4, 1952/12/05: 8 (filmed in 12/12 issue)
      meetings in 1953, 1953/07/17: 4
      plan annual program and sermon, July 27, 1952/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue)
      sets "Baptist Hour" for Jan. 21 at Hardeman's Gym, 1952/01/11: 8 (filmed in 01/18 issue)
      Speaker, Mrs. Garland, presents on program at meeting, 1951/02/23: 4
      sponsors leader movement, 1952/06/13: 6
      sponsors "Our Church Music" session, 1951/06/15: 6
      Steward, Mrs. M. L., state missionary, to speak to council, 1951/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue)
      Taylor, Mrs. J. L., to present address before Council, 1951/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue)
      visit Ella Austin Orphanage, 1951/05/18: 4
    Baptist Ministers' Association
      assists in pastors' programs, 1946/04/19: 8 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
      association to resume duties in September, 1941/09/12: 6
      Bailey, Rev. V. M., new president (photo), 1955/05/27: 4
      Baptist evangelical campaign to get under way Sunday, 1939/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue)
      Baptist Ministers Union to open September 11, 1945/09/07: 8
      Baptists prepare broadcast for 'Drive against Sin,' 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue)
      Brown, Rev. C. C., heads association, 1947/01/31: 4
      Bumbrey, Mrs. Mattie, addresses association, 1939/05/05: 6
      conducts annual benefit program, 1945/01/05: 8
      elect officers, 1942/01/23: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue)
      endorse NAACP program, 1938/04/22: 5
      entertain former local pastors, 1949/09/02: 4
      holds Xmas service, 1934/01/05: 8 (filmed in 01/12 issue)
      to honor Rev. W. B. Myers, 1941/09/19: 8 (filmed in 09/26 issue)
      honors Rev. W. B. Myers, 1941/09/19: 8 (filmed in 09/26 issue)
      meetings in 1940, 1940/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue), 1940/11/15: 7, 1940/11/15: 8 (filmed in 11/22 issue), 1940/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue)
      meetings in 1941, 1941/01/17: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue), 1941/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue), 1941/02/21: 1, 1941/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1941/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue), 1941/04/18: 7, 1941/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue), 1941/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1941/07/25: 8 (filmed in 08/01 issue)
      meetings in 1942, 1942/01/30: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1942/02/13: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue)
      meetings in 1967, 1967/09/29: 10
      ministers, wives, have annual dinner, 1955/07/01: 8
      ministers fish in Leon creek, 1934/05/11: 6
      names committees for national meet to be held here, 1954/02/19: 7
      opposed to City Manager operated municipality, 1940/12/13: 1
      revivals
        city-wide revival
          5th annual revival sponsored, 1964/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/06 issue)
          7th annual revival set for March, 1966/02/25: 4
          revival set for March 19-30, 1951/03/09: 8 (filmed in 03/16 issue)
          sponsored by Bap't Ministers, gets under way with parade, 1951/03/23: 6
        planned for March 3-14, 1947/02/28: 4
        revival held at New Light Baptist Church with Rev. Sandy Ray, evangelist (photo), 1963/03/01: 8
        revival services taken to people on streets, 1950/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue)
        three hundred members added during revival, 1939/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue)
      SA Baptist ministers to meet with Houstonians, 1956/04/20: 6
      segregation in San Antonio theaters denounced, 1955/04/08: 1
      sponsors Conroe College's extension school of religion, 1941/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1941/09/19: 8 (filmed in 09/26 issue)
      to start "Good Conduct" drive, 1945/11/23: 1
      striving to give service to community, 1946/03/08: 4
      Thanksgiving, city-wide observance of, Rev. C. William Black, Jr., is speaker (photo), 1959/11/20: 8 (filmed in 11/27 issue)
      three hundred members added during revival, 1939/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue)
      Wilson, Rev. E. J., president, accepts call to Memphis, TN (photo), 1955/05/27: 4
    Baptist Ministers Theological Class
      to be held at First Baptist, 1952/10/10: 8 (filmed in 10/17 issue)
    Baptist Ministers Union
      annual institute offers courses, 1964/05/08: 8
      Caraway, Corine, welfare worker, addresses Union, 1964/11/13: 6
      city mission sponsored, 1964/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue)
      city-wide revival
        features week of street services, 1962/03/02: 4
        held at Mt. Zion First Baptist Church, Dr. D. E. King, revivalist, 1961/05/12: 8
        sponsored at West End Baptist Church with Rev. Robert H. Wilson, guest speaker (photo), 1962/03/09: 4
      Fontassain, Lasca, welfare worker, addresses Union, 1964/11/20: 7
      mass youth rally at union revival held at Antioch Baptist Church (photo), 1960/05/20: 8 (filmed in 05/27 issue)
      meets at West End Church, 1948/10/01: 8 (filmed in 10/08 issue)
      members pull out of new Community Council for Political Action, 1949/07/15: 1
      Metropolitan Council women, Baptist Union launch poll tax drive (photo), 1955/01/21: 1
      and Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, aid foreign student, pay his spring tuition (photo), 1968/03/01: 1
      organization of, 1946/10/11: 8
      Scott, Dr. S. T., Jr., principal of Phillis Wheatley High School, guest speaker, 1964/11/27: 8 (filmed in 12/04 issue)
      services offered nightly, 1965/05/07: 8 (filmed in 05/14 issue)
      Shaffer, Ray, of local Teamsters Union, guest speaker, 1964/12/04: 7
      sponsors revival, 1948/05/07: 8, 1950/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue)
      Thanksgiving service held on Thanksgiving morning (photo), 1955/12/02: 4
      Welfare Committee holds monthly benefit program, 1965/03/26: 4, 1965/04/16: 6
    Baptist Ministers' Wives Association
      meetings in 1939, 1939/03/31: 6
      meetings in 1941, 1941/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue)
      meetings in 1943, 1943/02/05: 8 (filmed in 02/26 issue), 1943/05/21: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue)
      meetings in 1944, 1944/02/18: 8 (filmed in 02/25 issue), 1944/05/26: 6
      meetings in 1945, 1945/01/19: 6
      meetings in 1951, 1951/04/27: 8 (filmed in 05/04 issue)
      meetings in 1967, 1967/10/20: 10 (filmed in 10/27 issue), 1967/11/03: 10 (filmed in 11/10 issue), 1967/11/24: 10 (filmed in 12/01 issue)
      ministers, wives, have annual dinner, 1955/07/01: 8
      to observe fifth anniversary, 1942/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
    Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of Texas
      Brown, Rev. L. E., Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, lands 1941 Baptist meeting for SA, 1940/11/01: 1
      loses complaint against Knights of Pythias, 1934/04/13: 1
      Marshall, Mrs. Alice, named leader of young people (photo), 1944/10/27 Supp: 2
      meets at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, with Dr. E. C. Estell, Sr., President (photo), 1962/10/12: 8
      Sheppard, Rev. G. A. Hobart, is president of the state congress auxiliary to the convention (photo), 1950/08/18: 8 (filmed in 08/25 issue)
    Baptist Missionary Organization of San Antonio
      See also St. Joseph AME Church
      elects officers, Monday, 1950/10/06: 8 (filmed in 10/13 issue)
      mission organization proposed by Jessie Mae Hicks gets ministers' okeh, 1950/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29)
      officers elected (photo), 1950/10/20: 4
      officers to be installed at Mt. Pleasant Baptist, 1950/11/03: 8 (filmed in 11/10 issue)
      San Antonio leaders of Baptist Missionary activities organize, 1950/09/29: 8 (filmed in 10/06 issue)
    Baptist Student Unions
      Negro collegians participate in Baptist Student Union meeting, 1955/10/21: 1
    Baptist Sunday School and BYPU Congress
    Baptist World Alliance
      Burroughs, Dr. Nannie Helen, elected to high office with Baptist World Alliance (photo), 1950/08/25: 6
      Byrd, James Nathaniel
      Fuller, Mrs. M. A. B.
        on executive committee of Baptist World Alliance, 1950/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue)
        sails to Denmark for World Baptist Alliance (photo), 1947/07/11: 6
      Hicks, Mrs. M. L. Steward, travels to Europe for Baptist World Alliance (photo), 1955/06/17: 8
      Jordan, Rev. James M., leaves for Europe to attend World Alliance (photo), 1955/06/24: 8
      Liberian elected president, 1965/07/02: 1
      mock session of World Alliance
        to be held at West End Baptist, Sept. 27, 1950/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue)
        set for Sept. 27 at West End Baptist, 1950/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29)
      Roberson, Mable
      Thompson, Mrs. Mack (Julia), and Mrs. J. Tobin Lewis travel to Baptist World Alliance (photo), 1955/07/15 Supp: 2
      Wilkinson, Mrs. P. S., Sr.
        See Wilkinson, Mrs. P. S., Sr.
      Wilkinson, Rev. Dr. P. S.
        See Wilkinson, Rev. Dr. P. S. (New Light Baptist Church)
    Baptist Young Peoples Union (BYPU)
    Barber, James
      notice of death, 1963/01/18: 8 (filmed in 01/25 issue)
    Barber, Jesse Leon
      notice of death, 1968/01/05: 10 (filmed in 01/12 issue)
      pedestrian killed by car; driver, Lonnie Manuel Hoofard, succumbs to injuries the next day, 1967/12/29: 1
    Barber, Sarah Bell
      notice of death, 1960/05/06: 8 (filmed in 05/13 issue)
    Barber, Sylvia
      notice of death, 1970/04/24: 12
    Barbers, Barber Colleges, and Barber Shops
      See also Colored Barbers' Association
      See also Colored Master Barbers Association
      See also San Antonio Barbers Association
      Alamo Barber College
        Burrell, J. Mercer
          guest speaker for commencement (photo), 1947/01/10: 6
          Newark attorney to address barbers, beauty graduates (photo), 1947/01/17: 6
        Hicks Beauty School, barber college in joint exercises, 1947/01/03: 6
      Alcorn, Moses, now employed at Miller's Barber Shop, 1955/05/27: 6
      Bagby's to reopen barber, beauty shop, Mon., Aug. 21, 1950/08/18: 6
      Banks, Harold, tornsorialist has new location (photo), 1932/10/07: 1
      barber shops set hours effective Dec. 1, 1966/11/04: 7
      barber shops to be open next two Mondays, 1958/12/19: 6
      Barefield, Miss J. L., manages Taylor's Barber Shop (photo), 1948/05/14: 6
      Bellinger, Maxine, now located at Johnson Barber Shop (photo), 1954/07/16: 6
      Blocker, Homer L., now provides services at Miller's Barber Shop, 1957/06/14: 7
      Booker, Harold D.
        buys Lockhart's Barber Shop, 1960/06/17: 6
        now full-time at Lockhart's Barber Shop, 1959/12/25: 6
      Bradley's Barber Shop robbed, 1941/01/31: 1
      Browning's Barber Shop
        closed on Mondays, 1956/10/05: 7
        open Mondays through Saturdays, as usual, 1956/06/15: 7
      Brown's Barber Shop, haircuts to be 65 cents in July, 1959/06/26: 6
      Butler's Barber Shop
        Butler, Payton, announces opening of barber shop (photo), 1952/06/13: 6
        owner, Payton Butler, returns wallet and cash left in shop by Floyd L. Phoeneberg, 1952/12/19: 1
      Calhoun, Sam G., widely known retired barber dies at 79, 1965/07/09: 1
      Chat and Curl Barber Shop invites patronage, 1947/02/07: 7
      Clay, Charlie
        back as full-time barber at DeLuxe Barber Shop (photo), 1958/07/25: 6
        now in new location [at DeLuxe Barber Shop] (photo), 1960/09/23: 7
        returns from West Coast to serve patrons at DeLuxe (photo), 1956/10/12: 7
      Conley, Irvin C., added to staff of Shaw Barber Shop (photo), 1939/01/20: 5
      Crawford, John W., barber shop operator reports plate glass windows smashed, 1963/11/08: 3
      Cross-Smith Barber Shop, first all-woman operated barber shop opens, 1944/03/24: 7
      De Luxe Barber and Beauty Shops managed by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith, 1950/12/01: 6
      DeLuxe Barber Shop
        newly remodeled, invites public, 1963/08/30: 6
        tonsorial artist, Bob Wallace, at Deluxe, 1963/09/06: 7
      Dickerson, Willie M., moves to Wolford's Barber Shop, 1959/08/07: 6
      Douglas, Wallace L.
      East Side Barber Shop, beauty shop located in, now open for business, 1968/11/08: 9
      East Side barbers now charging $2 for haircut, 1968/04/12: 9
      Evans, Everette, barber loses tools, 1948/06/11: 5
      Garner, Sie, takes over Modern Barber Shop(photo), 1947/07/11: 6
      Garvers, I. D., now barbers at Lone Star Barber Shop, 1946/06/14: 6
      Gilbert, G. W., takes snooze in his barber shop; watch lifted, 1936/04/17: 1
      Harris, Dorothy, now with Hammonds Barber Shop (photo), 1969/09/12: 9
      Jerry's Barber Shop
        changes name from White's Barber Shop, 1947/05/09: 6
        Hicks, J. B., Jr., offers service (photo), 1969/10/17: 6
      Johnson, Reuben L. ("Old Sarge")
        announces opening of Veterans Barber Shop Number Two, 1968/03/29: 7
        opens service center with barber shop, newsstand, and shine parlor, 1965/10/22: 7
      Johnson Barber Shop employs Maxine Bellinger (photo), 1954/07/16: 6
      King, Sam, Jr. moves to Taylor's Barber Shop (photo), 1954/10/22: 6
      Langston, Mrs. Theola Taylor
        now located at McIntyre's Barber Shop (photo), 1950/05/19: 6
        at Taylor's Barber Shop again (photo), 1947/10/31: 6
      Leonard's barber shop: San Antonio's newest, 1936/05/15: 6
      Lockhart Barber Shop
        Booker, Harold D., now full-time at Lockhart's Barber Shop, 1959/12/25: 6
        bought by Harold D. Booker, 1960/06/17: 6
      Lone Star Barber Shop, I. D. Garver barbers at, 1946/06/14: 6
      Mathis, Harvey M., completes barber college (photo), 1947/04/04: 6
      McIntyre, Fred, opens new barber shop, 1947/10/24: 6
      McIntyre's Barber Shop
        taken over by Mr. O. B. Shelby (photo), 1933/03/10: 1
        Taylor, Mrs. Theola, located at McIntyre's Barber Shop (photo), 1950/05/19: 6
      Miller's Barber Shop
        Alcorn, Moses, now at Miller's Barber Shop, 1955/05/27: 6
        services of Homer L. Blocker available, 1957/06/14: 7
      Mirror Barber and Beauty Shop
        to be open Monday, Dec. 23, 1957/12/20: 6
        has capable staff, 1958/01/10: 6
      Modern Barber Shop taken over by Sie Garner (photo), 1947/07/11: 6
      Murphy, Preston Leon, Wacoan is lone Negro at Master Barbers meeting, 1948/05/07: 7
      Murray's Barber Shop
        moving to new location, 1970/02/20: 4
        serves all at new location on Rivas Street, 1970/02/27: 6
      "Old Sarge" now operating barber shop, 1965/11/12: 7
      Pleasant (Pleasant's) Barber Shop
        L. V. Pleasant Barber Shop in new location, 1947/06/20: 6
        reopening of, 1940/08/02: 6
      Polk's Barber Shop employs Elo Woolford, 1950/01/13: 6
      price of haircuts raised to $1.50 by San Antonio Chapter of Texas Association of Tonsorial Artists, 1963/07/12: 7
      racial discrimination, Finck bill would end barber bias, 1969/02/14: 3
      SA barber shops to be closed every Monday, 1956/04/20: 7, 1956/04/27: 7
      San Antonio barber shops must comply with state regulations, 1956/04/27: 7
      Shaw Barber Shop adds Irvin C. Conley to staff (photo), 1939/01/20: 5
      Shelby, O. B., takes over McIntyre's Barber Shop (photo), 1933/03/10: 1
      Spencer, Howard F., at Teddy's Barber Shop, 1947/10/17: 6
      state regulations for barber shops made public, 1950/01/27: 5
      Taylor, Mrs. Virley, returns to Taylor's Barber Shop, 1947/07/25: 6, 1947/08/01: 6
      Taylor's Barber Shop
        all registered barbers at Taylor's, 1949/02/25: 7
        barber wanted!, 1951/02/23: 7
        Barefield, Miss J. L., manages shop (photo), 1948/05/14: 6
        King, Sam, Jr., moves to Taylor Barber Shop (photo), 1954/10/22: 6
        Langston, Mrs. Theola Taylor, at Taylor's again (photo), 1947/10/31: 6
        located on Chestnut Street again, 1946/03/01: 6
        open house set for Oct. 1, 1944/09/29: 6
        Taylor, Mrs. Virley, returns to barber shop, 1947/07/25: 6, 1947/08/01: 6
      Teddy's Barber Shope adds Howard F. Spencer to staff, 1947/10/17: 6
      Three Point Beauty and Barber Shop
      Veteran's Barber Shop No. 2 opened by R. L. Johnson, 1968/03/29: 7
      Veteran's Barber Shop offers ticket for a free service (photo), 1959/05/08: 6
      Waddy, Longfellow, qualifies to teach barbering (photo), 1947/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue)
      Walker Barber Shop, graduate barbers invite patronage, 1946/10/11: 6
      Wallace, Robert Andrew, tonsorialist welcomes patronage, 1966/03/18: 7
      Wells, Rugent, announces opening of own shop, 1954/08/13: 7
      Westridge Beauty, Barber Shop staffed by experienced operators, 1961/08/25: 6
      White's Barber Shop
        changes name to Jerry's Barber Shop, 1947/05/09: 6
        moves to new location, 1947/05/16: 6
      Williams, Kathryn, formerly at Eastside Barber Shop is now at Victor Barber Shop, 1966/11/04: 8
      Wolford, Elmo, now working at 818 East Commerce, 1965/06/04: 7
      Wolford's Barber Shop
        Dickerson, Willie M., moves to Wolford's, 1959/08/07: 6
        now at new address, 1959/08/07: 6
        now in new location, 1962/01/26: 6
      Woolford, Elo, now at Polk's shop, 1950/01/13: 6
    Barefield, "Duddie"
      notice of death, 1948/05/07: 1
    Barefield, Elizabeth
      notice of death, 1969/01/24: 10 (filmed in 01/31 issue)
    Barefield, John Wesley
      notice of death, 1960/01/15: 4
    Barefield, Mayme Moore
      illness of nine hours claims veteran teacher, 1951/09/21: 1
    Barefield, Milus A.
      notice of death, 1966/07/29: 8 (filmed in 08/05 issue)
    Barefield, SSgt. Willie E.
      Victorian arrives for duty in Taiwan, 1968/12/06: 6
      Victorian returns from Japan for tour of duty in Arizona, 1964/07/24: 2
    Barker, Charles D.
      on duty in Thailand, 1969/03/14: 7
      SA airman selected for technical training at Chanute AFB, Illinois (photo), 1967/04/21: 2
    Barker, Dorothy
      notice of death, 1965/12/17: 8
    Barkley, Alben W.
      denies "deal" made to kill lynch bill, 1940/10/04: 1
      majority leader, asked to set date for lynch bill action, 1940/04/05: 1
      mum on GOP-Demo anti-lynch bill "deal"; paper quotes him as saying bill 'dead horse' by mutual agreement, 1940/09/27: 1
      remains silent on anti-lynching bill action, 1940/04/26: 6
      will vote for anti-lynch bill, 1940/05/24: 4
      won't bring up anti-lynch bill; denies NY paper's story that he promised vote--defense comes first, 1940/08/16: 1
    Barkley, Jeffery L.
      notice of death, 1969/08/29: 10 (filmed in 09/05 issue)
    Barkley, John, Jr.
      notice of death, 1969/08/29: 10 (filmed in 09/05 issue)
    Barkley, Wanda M.
      notice of death, 1969/09/05: 10 (filmed in 09/12 issue)
    Barksdale, Mr. Allie
      illness of nine months claims San Antonio man, 1938/05/20: 7
    Barksdale, Pvt. Charles Bernard
      Register employee home on furlough, 1945/11/02 Supp: 4
    Barksdale, Mrs. Ella Mae
      funeral services held, 1949/12/16: 1
    Barksdale, Everett
      serves on Federal Grand Jury empaneled for September session, 1956/09/28: 1
    Barksdale, Ida T.
      final rites held Monday (photo), 1959/04/17: 1
      notice of death, 1959/04/24: 8 (filmed in 05/01 issue)
    Barksdale, Julius B. "Dink"
      final rites held Monday (photo), 1962/06/08: 1
      takes over operation of Hammon Cleaning Plant (photo), 1948/06/11: 6
    Barksdale, Karen Arlaud
      Deb Profiles by "Jo" (photo), 1969/10/03: 8
      introduced to society in pretty St. Patrick's setting (photo), 1970/03/20: 8
      largest coterie of debutantes ever make bows in Lunar Fantasy setting (photo), 1969/11/14: 8
      wins Daffodil Civic Club scholarship, 1968/09/20: 8
    Barksdale, Libbie
      crowned "Miss Texas" at Youth Congress of AME Church (photo), 1968/08/30: 9
      Elks beauty and talent show
        crowned queen (photo), 1969/06/13: 8
        to represent Elks in Washington, DC, in August (photo), 1969/07/11: 8
        wins state beauty and talent show (photo), 1969/07/11: 8
      selected as 1970 Queen of Soul, reigns over Fiesta activities (photo), 1970/05/22: 2
    Barksdale, Lorraine
      employee of San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (interesting personalities, Jo's Jottings), 1966/03/25 Supp: 1
    Barlow, Aundray
      obsequies held, 1962/03/30: 8
    Barnes, Albert R. O., III
      San Antonio airman graduates from course at Sheppard AFB, 1969/10/31: 7
    Barnes, Allie M.
      notice of death, 1966/07/22: 8 (filmed in 07/29 issue)
    Barnes, Alvin B.
      notice of death, 1969/01/17: 10 (filmed in 01/24 issue)
    Barnes, Alyce Rose
      SA student at St. Stephen's Episcopal School at Austin, 1969/10/10: 8
    Barnes, Arrie
      notice of death, 1963/01/25: 8 (filmed in 02/01 issue)
    Barnes, Mrs. Artise
      woman dies as mate seeks aid, 1946/11/22: 1
    Barnes, Cecelia
      notice of death, 1964/09/04: 8 (filmed in 09/11 issue)
    Barnes, Charles Albert
      cut fatally shortly after leaving tavern, 1948/10/15: 1
      police nab knife wielder, Benito B. Garcia, in West Side mystery murder, 1948/10/22: 1
    Barnes, Charlie
      notice of death, 1961/05/26: 8
    Barnes, Cherry L.
      notice of death, 1958/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue)
    Barnes, Clifton
      ten-year-old boy saves parents as fire guts home, 1939/08/18: 1
    Barnes, D. L. Oliver
      notice of death, 1933/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue)
    Barnes, Dee
      killed by blow from Special Officer Vallance, 1933/03/24: 1
    Barnes, Elijah
      notice of death, 1967/05/26: 10
    Barnes, Elneta J.
      notice of death, 1965/06/11: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue)
    Barnes, Ernest E.
      scientific research conducted by Prairie View honor student, 1966/06/24: 2
    Barnes, George
      dies after lingering illness, 1934/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue)
    Barnes, Georgia Lee
      father, Lush Barnes, succumbs to wounds, 1938/11/11: 1
      Hill, Horace, Victoria man shoots sweetheart and her father, Lush Barnes, a bystander, then kills self, 1938/10/14: 1
    Barnes, Pfc. H. C.
      released from active Army military duty, 1948/05/21: 7
    Barnes, Helen
      notice of death, 1960/07/08: 8
    Barnes, Jettie
      notice of death, 1960/11/04: 8
      wife finds husband dead, 1960/10/28: 1
    Barnes, Pfc. Leroy
      stationed at New Mexico AFB (photo), 1952/02/22: 7
    Barnes, Lucille
      notice of death, 1960/01/29: 8 (filmed in 02/05 issue)
    Barnes, Margaret Louise
      notice of death, 1963/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue)
    Barnes, Maria
      notice of death, 1965/12/10: 8
    Barnes, Quintin Lynn
      final rites held for 5-year-old child, 1957/10/25: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
    Barnes, Reuben
      succumbs after illness of two days (photo), 1952/02/01: 8 (filmed in 02/08)
    Barnes, Sophie M.
      notice of death, 1964/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
    Barnes, Trula
      notice of death, 1933/05/12: 8 (filmed in 05/26 issue)
    Barnes, Cpl. Tunice
      home on Army furlough (photo), 1951/09/14: 6
    Barnes, W. Harry
      to preside at National Medical Association annual session (photo), 1936/08/07: 5
    Barnes, Mrs. W. M.
      Women's Day speaker at Greater Mt. Calvary Baptist Church (photo), 1956/04/20: 8 (filmed in 04/27 issue)
    Barnes, Walter Leonard
      fighting dogs cause death of boy, 5, 1951/08/24: 1
    Barnett, Alvin
      Cuero man accidentally killed by friend, Gus Odoms, on fishing trip, 1962/05/18: 1
    Barnett, Catherine
      notice of death, 1962/06/29: 8
    Barnett, Claude Albert
      Associated Negro Press director elected to board of Red Cross, 1952/07/11: 1
      Associated Negro Press founder buried in Chicago, 1967/08/11: 1
      named special assistant to Secretary of Agriculture (photo), 1942/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue)
      suffers slight 'cardiac accident,' 1965/12/03: 2
    Barnett, Edward C.
      notice of death, 1968/04/19: 10 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
    Barnett, Etta Marie
      notice of death, 1967/05/26: 10
    Barnett, Ferdinand L.
      pioneer Chicago attorney passes at age 77, 1936/03/20: 1
    Barnett, Herman Albert, III
      SA high school graduate to be first Negro enrolled at UT Medical School at Galveston (photo), 1949/08/26: 1
      SA medic viciously beaten by state highway officer on Gulf Freeway (photo), 1953/07/17: 1
    Barnett, Dr. Herman Albert, III
      history-making ex-San Antonian is TSU Men's Convocation speaker, 1958/04/18: 1
    Barnett, Johnnie Mae
      notice of death, 1966/07/22: 8 (filmed in 07/29 issue)
    Barnett, Mary E.
      notice of death, 1969/01/24: 10 (filmed in 01/31 issue)
    Barnett, Mary O.
      notice of death, 1969/11/07: 10 (filmed in 11/14 issue)
    Barnett, Ross (Governor of Mississippi)
      Barnett would 'relocate Negro' to solve crisis, 1963/09/06: 6
      booed, egged by City College of New York students, 1964/06/12: 6
      visits Massachusetts State House, meets with Edward W. Brooke, Negro attorney general, 1963/02/15: 1
    Barnett, Vernon "Spot"
      accepts 10 year sentence for marijuana possession, 1970/05/22: 1
      charged with possession of marijuana in Waco, 1967/09/22: 1
      citizens protest SA Police action in the recent beating and arrest of Spot Barnett, 1967/05/19: 1
      pleads guilty to marijuana possession, given 10 years in prison, 1970/05/15: 1
    Barnett, A1C Willie
      selected as "Airman of the Month" at Andrews AFB (photo), 1963/03/08: 7
    Barnett, Willie M.
      ex-Lion, lugging for Air Force eleven, 1957/10/18: 5
    Barnett Chapel Methodist Church (Kerrville, TX)
      capacity crowds at final services before tearing down old building for a new one, 1962/08/31: 2
      entrance and consecration services held at new church building (photo), 1963/04/05: 7
      Harrison, Ernest L., retired chaplain named pastor, 1966/06/24: 3
      Kerrville group attends Methodist conference in SA, 1963/03/01: 2
      last services set for Sunday in preparation for building a new edifice, 1962/08/24: 2
      new building entrance services to be held Sunday, 1963/03/29: 2
      receives $525 for building fund, 1963/01/11: 2
    Barnwell, Rev. F. Rivers
      to receive honorary doctor of divinity degree (photo), 1942/05/08: 1
    Barr, Johnnie
      SA airman on duty in SE Asia, 1966/12/16: 7
      San Antonian is promoted to Air Force sergeant, 1964/06/19: 7
    Barr, Judge S.
      notice of death, 1961/07/07: 8
      succumbs after 10 months' illness, 1961/06/30: 1
    Barr, Laurice "Dukie"
      dies from fractured skull, 1940/05/24: 1
    Barr, William
      funeral rites conducted (photo), 1953/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue)
    Barrett, Thomas E. ("King Kong")
      slain by John Caldwell in tavern, 1946/10/18: 1
      slayer gets 15 years for murder, 1947/02/07: 1
      slayer seeks parole from penitentiary, 1950/04/21: 1
    Barrow, Joe Louis
    Barsch, Helen R.
      administrator of Robert B. Green Hospital School of Nursing honored by Red Cross with Estabrook Award, 1965/03/26: 6
    Bartee, Gus
      funeral services held, 1957/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue)
    Barton, Irene Florence
      notice of death, 1961/03/10: 8
    Barton, John W.
      notice of death, 1967/12/15: 10 (filmed in 12/22 issue)
    Barttee, Mildred V.
      obsequies held, 1957/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
    Baseball
      See also Baseball (Major Leagues)
      See also name of specific schools and colleges
      See also San Antonio Athletic Association
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1938, 1938/07/08: 3, 1938/07/15: 3, 1938/07/22: 3, 1938/07/29: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1939, 1939/05/05: 3, 1939/05/12: 3, 1939/05/19: 3, 1939/06/02: 3, 1939/06/23: 3, 1939/07/07: 3, 1939/07/14: 3, 1939/07/21: 3, 1939/07/28: 3, 1939/08/04: 3, 1939/08/18: 3, 1939/08/25: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1940, 1940/05/17: 3, 1940/05/24: 3, 1940/05/31: 3, 1940/06/07: 3, 1940/06/14: 3, 1940/06/21: 3, 1940/07/05: 3, 1940/07/12: 3, 1940/07/26: 3, 1940/08/02: 3, 1940/08/09: 3, 1940/08/16: 3, 1940/08/23: 3, 1940/08/30: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1941, 1941/05/30: 3, 1941/06/06: 3, 1941/06/13: 3, 1941/06/20: 3, 1941/06/27: 3, 1941/07/04: 3, 1941/07/11: 3, 1941/07/18: 3, 1941/07/25: 3, 1941/08/01: 3, 1941/08/08: 3, 1941/08/15: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1942, 1942/05/22: 3, 1942/05/29: 3, 1942/06/05: 3, 1942/06/12: 3, 1942/06/19: 3, 1942/06/26: 3, 1942/07/17: 3, 1942/07/24: 3, 1942/07/31: 3, 1942/08/07: 3, 1942/08/14: 3, 1942/08/21: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1945, 1945/06/15: 3, 1945/06/22: 3, 1945/06/29: 3, 1945/07/06: 3, 1945/07/13: 3, 1945/07/20: 3, 1945/07/27: 3, 1945/08/03: 3, 1945/08/10: 3, 1945/08/17: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1946, 1946/05/31: 3, 1946/06/07: 3, 1946/06/14: 3, 1946/06/21: 3, 1946/06/28: 3, 1946/07/05: 3, 1946/07/12: 3, 1946/07/19: 3, 1946/07/26: 3, 1946/08/02: 3, 1946/08/09: 3, 1946/08/16: 3, 1946/08/23: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1947, 1947/06/06: 3, 1947/06/13: 3, 1947/06/20: 3, 1947/06/27: 3, 1947/07/04: 3, 1947/07/11: 3, 1947/07/18: 3, 1947/08/08: 3
      AAA softball schedule and results for 1948, 1948/05/28: 3, 1948/06/04: 3, 1948/06/11: 3, 1948/06/18: 3, 1948/06/25: 3, 1948/07/02: 3, 1948/07/09: 3, 1948/07/16: 3, 1948/07/23: 3, 1948/07/30: 3, 1948/08/06: 3, 1948/08/13: 3, 1948/08/20: 3, 1948/08/27: 3, 1948/09/03: 3
      ABC Garage
        ABC, Black's get final AAA softball wins, 1940/08/16: 3
        gets into win column with defeat of Plaza Hotel, 1940/07/05: 3
        wins another, dumping Kress Cafeteria, 7-3, 1940/07/05: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association All-Stars
        All-Star team preps for tilt with Austin softballers in SA, 1943/07/16: 3
        All Stars meet Austin softballers, Thursday, 1943/07/30: 3
        San Antonio softballers take slugfest from Austin All Stars, 1943/08/13: 3
        team picked from Kelly, L and S, is after Austin's hide, 1947/08/01: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1936-1937)
        See also Alamo Athletic Association
        new teams in softball loop, 1936/03/27: 3
        plans started for year's softball activities, 1936/03/06: 3
        play in SA Soft Ball League gets under way, 1937/07/09: 3
        Taylor, Tip Top Rotary lead Alamo League scorers, 1936/03/27: 3
        ten teams sign up for softball league, 1936/03/20: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1938)
        fans to pick AAA All-Star teams for "dream game," 1938/07/29: 3
        first round play for softball league ends Sunday, 1938/07/29: 3
        league opens as mayor tosses first ball, 1938/07/15: 3
        softball champs to receive award at dance, 1938/09/30: 3
        two-league softball play opens, 1938/04/01: 3
        two six-team leagues organized for 1938 soft ball play, 1938/04/15: 3
        weather causes softball setback--three exhibitions played Sunday, 1938/04/29: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1939)
        'marathon' softball game, 1939/07/28: 3, 1939/08/04: 3, 1939/08/18: 3
        opening of season
          gala program planned for softball opening, 1939/04/14: 3
          league set to get under way May 30, 1947/05/02: 3
          softball league to open first week of April, 1939/03/03: 3
          softball league to open in May, 1948/04/23: 3
          softball league to start play Sunday, 1939/04/07: 3
        play will start in AAA Softball League, 1939/03/24: 3
        Shaughnessy playoffs
          championship play ends as it starts after riotous first night, 1939/09/01: 3
          five teams battling in two-game elimination tournament, 1939/09/08: 3
          Leonard's, Waiters get into Shaughnessy, 1939/09/01: 3
          series starts Monday, 1939/08/25: 3
          Shaughnessy called off (Sharps and Flats), 1939/09/01: 7
          six teams tie for spots in "Shaughnessy," 1939/08/25: 3
          top teams first to fall in post-season series, 1939/09/15: 3
          weather man is winner of post-season softball series, 1939/09/15: 3
        third round games limited to one hour each, 1939/07/07: 3
        umpires to be trained by AAA, 1939/05/05: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1940)
        AAA to play postponed games, 1940/05/24: 3
        opening of season
          AAA softball league opens on Sun., May 5, 1940/04/19: 3
          eight teams in AAA softball league--play starts May 5, 1940/04/26: 3
          softball registration deadline tonight, midnight, 1940/04/19: 3
          softball teams must register by April 19, 1940/04/05: 3
        Shaughnessy playoffs
          Alamo Jewelers, Black's grab opening games in Shaughnessy playoff, 1940/08/16: 3
          Alamo Jewelers grab city softball title; cop two straight from Lott's in finals of Shaughnessy, 1940/08/30: 3
          Lott's Grocery battles way to finals in playoff, 1940/08/23: 3
          Majestic, St. Anthony Waiters vie for playoff spot, as Waiters knock selves out of cinch, 1940/08/02: 3
          playoff finals to start next week, 1940/08/16: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1941)
        Foeman leads AAA league pitchers in strikeouts, 1941/06/20: 3
        game, softball awards, "Miss AAA" crowning, dance, on program, 1941/12/05: 3
        lifts suspension on two athletes, 1941/05/30: 3
        opening of season
          gala program planned for softball opening, 1941/05/16: 3
          plans perfected for softball opening, 1941/05/02: 3
          softball opening set back to May 11, 1941/04/25: 3
          softball play to get under way May 4, 1941/04/18: 3
        Shaughnessy playoffs
          AAA Softball League crown again goes to Jewelers, 1941/08/08: 3
          Alamo Jewelers, Lott's in playoff finals, 1941/08/15: 3
          benefit game for Boys Club clinic opens playoff series, 1941/08/01: 3
          crown again goes to Jewelers, 1941/08/08: 3
          Lott's, Alamo play for title Monday, 1941/08/01: 3
          Lott's nips Majestic, Alamos trample Cobb's in playoff openers, 1941/08/15: 3
          softball title fight is wide open, 1941/07/04: 3
        softball managers to meet, 1941/04/04: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1942)
        AAA presents 1942 softball titles, awards, 1942/10/16: 3
        AAA softball managers in second meeting, 1942/04/17: 3
        AAA to present softball awards Saturday night, 1942/10/09: 3
        Commissioner Steffler again assists AAA, 1942/04/10: 3
        Shaughnessy playoffs
          Duncan Field, Grocers to battle it out for AAA championship, 1942/08/14: 3
          Duncan gets Majestic in last inning, Lott's bops Jewelers to make finals, 1942/08/21: 3
          Duncan takes Majestic, Alamo whips Lott's to deadlock AAA playoff, 1942/08/14: 3
          "Kid Jup" (rain) knocks out first playoff games, 1942/08/07: 3
          Lott's runs wild in last frame to whip Duncan in first game of title play, 1942/08/21: 3
          Lott's wins city softball championship, 1942/08/28: 3
          Majestic and Lott's win opening tilts as playoff series gets under way, 1942/08/14: 3
        softball deadline is Friday, 1942/04/24: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1943)
        AAA preps for banner softball year -- managers to meet next Friday, 1943/04/09: 3
        softball managers to meet, 1943/04/23: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1945)
        Brown, Johnnie, suspended by AAA for bopping ump, 1945/08/10: 3
        Cubit, Brown, gets top pitching honors in AAA, 1945/08/24: 3
        at least eight teams in AAA softball league, 1945/05/11: 3
        managers' meetings
          attention softball team managers, 1945/04/13: 3
          softball managers to meet, 1945/04/27: 3
        Monday softball rained out at Lincoln Park, 1945/06/22: 3
        opening of season
          AAA 1945 softball league opening reset for June 4, 1945/05/25: 3
          lid to pop on softball season Monday night, 1945/06/01: 3
          regular softball league play to start Monday, 1945/06/08: 3
          softball drawing Monday; play to start May 28, 1945/05/18: 3
          softball league may resume play this season, 1945/03/30: 3, 1945/04/06: 3
        Shaughnessy playoffs
          AAA title at stake in SAACC-Kelly go today, 1945/08/10: 3
          Kelly beats Boys Club, 5-2, to cop AAA softball title, 1945/08/17: 3
        six teams sign for AAA softball, 1945/04/20: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1946)
        batters have big night in Monday's AAA play, 1946/07/12: 3
        chips down in AAA double-header tonight, 1946/07/26: 3
        church teams to play for first time in history, 1946/04/12: 3
        deadline for softball entries set for May 10, 1946/04/26: 3
        drawing for schedule takes place tonight, 1946/05/17: 3
        1500 see AAA softball open, 1946/06/21: 3
        Friday AAA softball tilts rained out, 1946/06/28: 3
        Kelly knots series as Cubit flips three-hitter, 1946/08/16: 3
        at least eight teams in AAA softball league, 1946/05/10: 3
        managers' meetings
          softball managers to hear rules, 1946/05/03: 3
          softballers to meet Monday, 1946/04/19: 3
        Monday must have been "gift night" as two games are given on forfeit, 1946/07/26: 3
        playoff series for softball crown to start tonight, 1946/08/02: 3
        playoff will get under way Aug. 2, 1946/07/26: 3
        playoffs all even as Kelly, Zanzibar meet tonight, 1946/08/16: 3
        polio epidemic postpones softball pay to Monday, 1946/06/07: 3
        rain causes second postponement for softball league opening, 1946/06/14: 3
        season opens Monday night, 1946/05/31: 3
        softballers prep for AAA play, 1946/04/05: 3
        Zanzibar has riotous first inning to win softball title, 1946/08/23: 3
        Zanzibar whips Kelly in first title series tilt, 1946/08/16: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1947)
        Bombers cop city title in amazing fracas, 1947/08/08: 3
        East End SH cinches title tie, 1947/07/18: 3
        finalists may be decided tonight in softball playoffs, 1947/07/25: 3
        Kelly comes from behind to go two up in AAA playoff, 1947/08/01: 3
        Kelly draws first blood in AAA playoff finals, 1947/08/01: 3
        Kelly-EESH scoring mark is not AAA record, 1947/08/15: 3
        Kelly sets scoring record to crush EE, win title, 1947/07/25: 3
        Kelly to try to cinch playoff title tonight, 1947/08/01: 3
        managers' meetings
          managers to meet May 16, 1947/05/09: 3
          softball managers to meet April 25, 1947/04/18: 3
        New, Thomas Blair, sets amazing batting record, 1947/09/05: 3
        opening of season
          AAA softball to open May 30, 1947/05/23: 3
          awards made, L and S bops Bombers as softball opens, 1947/06/06: 3
          curtain to go up on softball league; awards to be presented, 1947/05/30: 3
          schedule drawn, 1947/05/30: 3
        "pre-playoff" looms to untangle AAA standings, 1947/07/18: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1948)
        basketball and special awards presented as softball play opens, 1948/06/04: 3
        deadline extended to May 10 as more teams seek to enter, 1948/05/07: 3
        Friday twin bill rained out, 1948/07/02: 3
        opening set for Friday, May 28, 1948/05/21: 3
        playoff
          city baseball playoff to get under way Aug. 1, 1948/07/23: 3
          Fighters, Lackland play for city crown tonight, 1948/08/27: 3
          Fighters even playoff finals, 4-2, on Adams' 3-run homer, 1948/08/27: 3
          Fighters nip Legion, Bombers edge Lackland as playoff opens, 1948/08/20: 3
          fireworks about to pop as playoff nears, 1948/07/30: 3
          Lackland, Kelly Fighters make AAA playoff finals, 1948/08/20: 3
          Lackland, Kelly Fighters poised for thrice-postponed crown-deciding fracas, 1948/09/03: 3
          Legion cops AAA title--playoff opens Monday, 1948/08/06: 3
          Legion-Fighters, Lackland-Bombers vie tonight, 1948/08/13: 3
          playoff series to open Sunday, 1948/07/30: 3
          series evened as Lackland, Legion roar back to triumph, 1948/08/20: 3
          three pitching records fall in playoff openers, 1948/08/20: 3
          Tucker fans 20 as Warhawks win opener of playoff finals, 1948/08/27: 3
        schedule drawings set for May 17, 1948/05/14: 3
        shifts made in AAA schedule as WBS folds, 1948/07/16: 3
        softball loop deadline and meeting, Monday, 1948/04/30: 3
        softball play opens tonight at Lincoln Park, 1948/05/28: 3
        three tilts in AAA tonight, 1948/07/02: 3
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues (1949)
        east side, west side in softball clash tonight, 1949/04/08: 3
        May 16 set as softball deadline, 1949/05/06: 3
      Alamo City All-Stars, south side loop champs, bow to San Antonio Black Sox, 1962/08/10: 5
      Alamo Elks win hard contest from Austinite, 1933/10/06: 3
      Alamo Jewelers (1939)
        blank Interstate, 1939/06/30: 3
        drop pair to Austin Dragons, 1939/06/30: 3
        halt Majestic Man Shoppers, 1939/08/04: 3
        hit stride, bury Majestic, 1939/05/12: 3
        Lott's deadlocks with Alamo Jewelers, 1939/04/21: 3
        nip Interstate, 1939/05/05: 3
        St. Anthony drops tight one to Alamo Jewelers, 1939/06/02: 3
        wham Nestle Inn, 1939/07/28: 3
        win game by forfeit, 1939/06/30: 3
      Alamo Jewelers (1940)
        Alamo Jewelers, Black's grab opening games in Shaughnessy playoff, 1940/08/16: 3
        backer of Alamo Jewelers gives players tie clasps, wrist watch to manager, 1940/09/13: 3
        beat Majestic in season's best game, 1940/06/28: 3
        blast Black's Grocery, 1940/06/14: 3
        blast out 24-1 win over St. Anthony Waiters, 1940/05/24: 3
        continue rampage against ABC Garage, 1940/05/31: 3
        dump St. Anthony, 1940/07/05: 3
        grab city softball title; cop two straight from Lott's in finals of Shaughnessy, 1940/08/30: 3
        grab undisputed softball leadership; hustling, ball slamming Alamos dump Lott's Grocery, 9-2, 1940/06/28: 3
        Jewelers, Lott's battle Monday for AAA softball leadership, 1940/06/14: 3
        Jewelers, Lott's to battle for city crown, 1940/08/09: 3
        Jewelers, Waiters play for orphanage Sun., 1940/08/30: 3
        lose double-header in Austin, 1940/09/06: 3
        Lott's, Alamo Jewelers in softball finals; City championship may be decided Mon. Nite, at least, Thursday, 1940/08/23: 3
        nip Kress 8-5, 1940/06/07: 2
        take thirteenth straight win, 1940/08/09: 3
        take two straight from St. Anthony to enter finals, 1940/08/23: 3
      Alamo Jewelers (1941)
        AAA Softball League crown again goes to Jewelers, 1941/08/08: 3
        Alamo Jeweler power too much for Cobb's, 1941/07/11: 3
        Alamo Jewelers, Lott's in playoff finals, 1941/08/15: 3
        Alamo Jewelers whip Cobb's, 1941/06/13: 3
        Cobb's, Alamo Jewelers win softball openers, 1941/05/23: 3
        forfeit game; later declared no contest, 1941/05/23: 3
        get gift of one, 1941/07/25: 3
        grocers go down as "Mussolini" Johnson flips 3-hit ball, 1941/07/25: 3
        Kelly Field gives one to Alamo, 1941/06/27: 3
        Lotts, Alamo play for title Monday, 1941/08/01: 3
        Lott's, Jewelers, meet Thursday in crucial game, 1941/07/11: 3
        overpower Lott's, 1941/05/30: 3
        rally to beat Majestic Shoppers, 1941/08/01: 2
        start softball grind Sunday, 1941/04/11: 3
      Alamo Jewelers (1942)
        Alamo, Majestic Man's Shop battle, court awards to be made, 1942/05/08: 3
        Alamo-Lott's play in semi-finals, 1942/07/31: 3
        dump Majestic Man's Shop to grab second place in AAA, 1942/07/24: 3
        Duncan takes Majestic, Alamo whips Lott's to deadlock AAA playoff, 1942/08/14: 3
        nip Grocers, 8-5, 1942/06/26: 3
        take Kenwood in openers, 1942/05/22: 3
        win wild Monday night game, 1942/06/12: 3
      Alamo Jewelers (1950)
        Central lassies, Alamo Jewelers mix it, tonight, 1950/08/11: 3
      Alamo Senior Baseball League calls business meeting of all league managers and coaches, 1954/05/07: 5
      All-Stars (Kelly Field)
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (All-Stars)
      All-Stars to play champs, 1936/07/24: 3
      Amazons (girls' team)
        Amazons and Reserves to play for city championship, 1936/07/24: 3
        Amazons are champs, 1936/07/31: 3
        benefit game for, 1936/07/03: 3
        bow to Girl Reserves 1 to 0, 1936/07/24: 3
        girls' soft ball crown goes to Amazons as fist battle is averted, 1936/07/31: 3
        Luling dumps Amazons, 1936/07/24: 3
        meet Barbera Sports in interracial game, 1938/06/24: 3
        play Luling, Sunday, 1936/07/03: 3
        to play Sunday, 1936/08/14: 3
        rained out in match with Luling, 1936/07/10: 3
        rally to beat Nixon, 1936/05/15: 3
        San Antonio Black Giants play Diamonds, Amazons try Luling in doubleheader, Sunday, 1936/07/17: 3
        showing class, 1936/05/22: 3
        wallop boys, 1936/06/12: 3
      American Legion (1947-1948)
        AAA playoff series evened as Lackland, Legion roar back to triumph, 1948/08/20: 3
        American Legion, Kelly Fighters meet Sunday, 1948/05/07: 3
        Bombers hand Legion its first loss, 1948/07/30: 3
        bops Bombers as softball play opens, 1948/06/04: 3
        edges Bombers 3-2, 1948/06/25: 3
        gets off bottom place by beating Alamo Barber College, 1947/07/18: 3
        leads AAA as "Twig" Moore gives one hit, 1948/06/18: 3
        Legion cops AAA title--playoff opens Monday, 1948/08/06: 3
        Legion-Fighters, Lackland-Bombers vie tonight, 1948/08/13: 3
        Legionnaires trip Warhawks, 5-3, 1948/06/18: 3
        nips Lackland, 4-2, 1948/07/23: 3
        to play Austin, here, June 16, 1948/06/11: 3
        plays Austin Aug. 31, 1948/08/20: 3
        St. Philip's bows to Legion in AAA regular league finale, 1948/08/13: 3
        takes Kelly Field Fighters, 1948/07/23: 3
      American Legion (1959-1960)
        All-Star game set for June 2; players selected, 1960/05/27: 5
        baseball grind set to get under way, 1960/03/18: 5
        final tryouts for youth baseball program set, 1960/05/13: 5
        Legion baseball planned for high school boys, 1959/02/20: 5
        Legion BB practice gets under way, 1959/04/10: 5
        Phillis Wheatley American Legion team
          plays three legion games in four days, 1959/06/19: 5
          Wheatley-Alamo Heights game reset for next Tuesday, 1959/06/12: 5
          Wheatley Legion nine plays two games next week, 1960/06/03: 5
          Wheatley plays Thomas Jefferson in Legion tussle, 1960/06/17: 5
          Wheatley wins, loses in Legion play, 1960/06/24: 5
        practices twice weekly, 1960/03/25: 5
        registration set, 1960/02/19: 5
      American Legion (1961-1962)
        baseballers meet Saturday morning, 1961/03/10: 5
        daily workouts being held, 1961/03/31: 5
        Phillis Wheatley American Legion team
          beats Jefferson 6-3 in opener, 1961/06/02: 5
          bows to Edison; trounces Harlandale, 1961/06/09: 5
          plays against Harlandale in league opener, 1962/05/25: 5
          plays Jefferson Monday, 1961/05/26: 5
        places open on team, 1961/03/17: 5
        registration set, 1962/03/30: 5, 1962/04/13: 5
      American Legion (1967)
        Black Sox wins 3rd straight doubleheader against Fred Brock Post American Legion (20-0) and Benson Braves of Austin (4-2), 1967/05/05: 5
      American Sports Center (East Side Baseball League)
        beats Quihi, 1960/07/22: 5
        bows to Quihi All Stars, 1960/05/20: 5
        Ramblers rap American Sports in ESBB fracas, 1960/04/29: 5
        routs San Antonio Indians, 1960/07/15: 5
        wins East Side BB League playoff, 1959/09/18: 5
        wins in lid popper over San Antonio Indians, 1960/04/15: 5
      American Woodmen Acorns (girls' team)
        Acorns, Bombers play for orphanage, Sun., 1940/08/30: 3
        Acorns, Waiters play for orphanage, Sun., 1940/08/30: 3
        Acorns, Woodlawn girls in return game, 1939/07/07: 3
        come from behind to win interracial game, 1939/06/23: 7
        lassies run amuck with Austin softballers, 1939/08/25: 3
        lose in seventh as team is betrayed by Woodlawn Methodists, 1940/05/24: 3
        play twin bill Tuesday, 1940/07/26: 3
        play Woodlawn Methodists Tuesday nite, 1940/05/17: 3
        practice today at Lincoln Park, 1940/04/05: 3
        Santone lassies meet Austin softballers in game tonight, 1939/08/18: 3
        Santone lassies run wild to break Austin home field jinx, 1939/09/15: 3
        take two from Woodlawn, 1940/08/02: 3
      American Woodmen Brown Bombers (girls' team)
        Acorns, Bombers play for orphanage, Sun., 1940/08/30: 3
        are victims of Austin "dope head," cop, officials as girls play, 1940/09/13: 3
        play Austin girls here tonite, 1940/08/09: 6
        win in Austin, 1940/08/02: 3
      Area Youth Baseball League
        kid teams in split series, 1960/06/17: 5
        league play starts, 1960/05/27: 5, 1960/06/03: 5
        plans readied, 1960/04/08: 5
        SA man, Odie Davis, elected president of unnamed league, 1960/04/22: 5
        Seguin, San Marcos split two games, 1960/06/10: 5
      Artie's Grocery loses in twin bill with SA Indians, 5-3, and 2-0, 1963/05/10: 5
      athletic organization (Southwest Texas Athletic Assn.) holds softball meet here, June 26, 1936/06/05: 3
      Ayala Grocery and Market
        Black Sox and Ayala get with it, 1960/07/29: 5
        clobbered by Black Sox, 1960/08/05: 5
      B and M Ramblers
        bop Palomeros Travelers for 11th straight, 1956/06/08: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers, Ramblers meet in winner-takes-all fray, 1956/06/08: 5
        Miles Oilers stomp Ramblers to explode invincibility myth, 1956/06/15: 5
        outscore Heights, 1956/04/13: 5
        Ramblers again thump Wheatley Heights, 1956/04/20: 5
        smear Indians, 1956/05/11: 5
        take twin bill from Circle Grocery, 1956/06/01: 5
        winner takes all as Sox, Ramblers vie, 1956/05/18: 5
      Babe Ruth League
        See also Baseball, South Side Babe Ruth League
        boys for Babe Ruth BB to register, Sat., 1959/02/27: 5
        City Council honors national Babe Ruth baseball champions, 1969/08/22: 5
        holds tryouts, 1957/03/22: 5
        registration for players set for Sat., 1958/03/07: 5
      baseball meeting set for April 4, 1957/03/29: 5
      $18,000 baseball stadium named for Rube Foster, dedicated at Huachuca, 1943/07/30: 3
      Beating the Gun (column)
        See Sports, Beatin' the Gun (column)
      Bell Furniture
        Bell and Black Giants tangle July 4, 1936/07/03: 3
        Bombers trample Bell, 12-7, 1943/07/30: 3
        Missions-Bell tonite, 1943/08/13: 3
      benefit games for orphanage, 1932/06/17: 3, 1933/06/09: 3, 1936/05/22: 3, 1939/09/29: 3, 1939/11/03: 3
      benefit softball game for Blind Home proposed, 1951/06/01: 5
      Benson Florists dump Goliad, 1938/05/06: 3
      Big Joe's
        Big Joe's not too big for Black Sox, 1953/04/24: 5
      Black Diamonds
        Diamonds 3, Kerrville 2, 1936/07/17: 3
        play Giants; Amazons try Luling in doubleheader, Sunday, 1936/07/17: 3
      Black Eagles
        See Baseball, San Antonio Black Eagles
      Black Giants
      Black Indians
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Indians
        Black Senators go on rampage, take three from Santone Indians, 1933/06/09: 3
        clean house after loss to Ft. Worth Black Panthers, 1931/05/29: 3
        get new manager, 1932/04/15: 3
        to have strong club, 1933/02/03: 3
        Indians in fine condition, 1933/03/31: 5
        lose game and manager, 1932/04/01: 3
        to meet Waco, 1932/06/17: 3
        under new ownership, 1931/05/29: 3
        rapidly getting into shape, 1933/03/24: 3
      Black Missions
        See Baseball, San Antonio Black Missions
      Black Sox
        See also Baseball, Greer's Black Sox
        See also Baseball, O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox
        See also Baseball, Rena's Black Sox
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Black Sox
        win from Eagles, 1931/10/16: 3
      Black Spiders
        SA Giants, Spiders meet Sunday night, 1937/09/24: 3
      Black's Grocery
        ABC, Black's get final AAA softball wins, 1940/08/16: 3
        Alamo Jewelers, Black's grab opening games in Shaughnessy playoff, 1940/08/16: 3
        annihilated by Alamo Jewelers, 1940/08/02: 3
        Black's, Waiters to battle for city crown, 1940/08/09: 3
        blanks ABC, 1940/06/07: 3
        bounces back to bust Lott's, 10-1, 1940/08/02: 3
        Ice Men [of Black's Grocery and Ice] blast Kress, 18-3, 1940/05/17: 3
        konks Kress, 1940/07/05: 3
        trims Majestic Man's Shop, 1940/05/31: 3
        whips ABC Garage, 16-6, 1940/07/12: 3
      Blair New's Young Wonders (1958)
        See also Baseball, King's Men Young Wonders
        See also Baseball, Rena's Young Wonders
        East Side Baseball League
          ES playoff has another tie with the Wonders and Merchants, 3-3, 1958/10/10: 5
          manager suspended for two games for shoving an umpire in a disputed play, 1958/07/11: 5
          meet the Merchants as part of twin bill Sunday, 1958/04/25: 5
          Merchants and Wonders in second title series game, 1958/10/03: 5
          Merchants and Wonders vie for playoff title Sunday, 1958/10/10: 5
          Merchants win playoff crown against Young Wonders, 1958/10/17: 5
          Merchants win to top loop against Young Wonders, 7-5, stay unbeaten, 1958/05/02: 5
          Miles Oilers and Wonders in big one, Sunday, 1958/09/19: 5
          Oilers and Merchants turn back Black Sox and Wonders, 1958/07/11: 5
          Oilers and Wonders in Sun. feature, 1958/05/02: 5
          Oilers and Young Wonders in darkness-halted 1-1 tie, 1958/09/05: 5
          Oilers beat Wonders with booming 9th inning finish, 5-3, 1958/05/09: 5
          Oilers nip Wonders, 4-3, to tie up ESBB playoff series, 1958/09/19: 5
          oust Oilers, but bow to SA Merchants, 1958/10/03: 5
          Phillips, Ben E., tops East Side loop batters, 1958/05/09: 5
          rout SA Indians, 1958/06/20: 5
          Sox battle into playoffs against Wheatley Heights; Indians turn in triple play against Young Wonders, 1958/08/08: 5
          team hopefuls to meet again, Feb. 10, 1958/02/07: 5
          try comeback Sunday, against Oilers, 1958/07/11: 5
          upend Miles Oilers, 8-5, 1958/07/18: 5
          win finale against Indians, 1958/08/22: 5
          win over Wheatley Heights All-Stars, 11-2, 1958/04/18: 5
          win top loop against Wheatley Heights; Sox blank Wonders, 6-0, 1958/07/25: 5
        Viera Radio-TV
          opens with Viera's TV Sunday, 1958/04/04: 5
          trounces Viera Radio-TV, 6-1, 1958/04/11: 5
      Blair New's Young Wonders (1961)
        city playoffs
          hitless in first game of city playoffs with V. J. Keefe Mixers, 1961/08/11: 5
          Mixers oust Wonders in city playoffs, 1961/08/18: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          Black Sox edge Young Wonders, 1961/09/01: 5
          continue to set pace in ES league, 1961/06/30: 5
          Flores Drive-In hands Young Wonders their first defeat, 1961/05/12: 5
          keep on winning in ESBB League, 1961/04/21: 5
          meet ESBB All-Star team, 1961/08/25: 5
          playoffs
            cop ES playoff, try Keefe in city series, 1961/08/04: 5
            Wonders, SA Bees win ESBB playoff openers, 1961/07/21: 5
          service aces on All-Star team to play against Wonders, 1961/09/01: 5
          set pace in ESBB, 1961/05/05: 5
          win twice to keep hold on first place, 1961/06/16: 5
          Wonders, SA Indians are ESBB loop winners, 1961/04/14: 5
          Wonders tangle with Black Sox Sunday, 1961/08/25: 5
          Young Wonders, All Stars split two-game series, 1961/09/08: 5
        meeting held Saturday night; "Mr. Cheer" dance also held, 1961/02/24: 5
      Blair New's Young Wonders (1962)
        East Side Baseball League
          Black Sox bow to Young Wonders, 7-5, 1962/03/30: 5
          Bombers beat Wonders in first game of ES playoff, 1962/07/13: 5
          Denver Heights Bears battle Young Wonders on Sunday, 1962/05/11: 5
          Houston, Bennie, Jr., spins no-hit, no-run game against Bombers, 1962/06/01: 5
          league title rides on results of postponed game between Young Wonders and Wheatley Courts Hawks, 1962/06/29: 5
          San Antonio Bees and Wonders meet in grudge game, 1962/08/17: 5
          San Antonio Indians and Wonders tangle Sunday, 1962/08/31: 5
          Wheatley Courts Hawks lose close game to Young Wonders, 4-2, 1962/05/04: 5
          Wonders and Black Sox pop lid at Pittman-Sullivan Park, 1962/03/16: 5
          Wonders and Bombers in big one in ESBB loop, 1962/05/25: 5
          Wonders come from behind over Bombers to win ESBB League playoff, 1962/07/27: 5
          Woodlake Ramblers and Wonders in Sunday play, 1962/03/09: 5
          Young Wonders roll over Denver Heights Bears, 1962/04/13: 5
        Wonders are at the wall in city playoff series, 1962/08/10: 5
      Blair New's Young Wonders (1963)
        baseball team to meet; sponsored by King's Men Social Club this season, 1963/02/15: 5
        start spring grind Sunday, 1963/03/01: 5
      Blue Eagles try out for BB March 10, 1946/03/01: 3
      Blue Hornet Girls Softball team
        Looney, Annie Mae, team manager, honors team with chicken dinner, 1956/08/17: 5
        organization of, 1956/05/04: 5
        seeks players, 1956/05/18: 5
      B'nai B'rith
        bows to Ellison's, 1952/05/02: 5
        D and R Grocery plays B'nai B'rith Monday, 1951/08/17: 5
        edges D & R Grocery 4-2, 1951/08/24: 5
      Bobby Socks girl softball team annihilates Seguin, 1959/08/07: 5
      Bombers
        See Baseball, San Antonio Bombers
        See Baseball, San Antonio Brown Bombers
        See Baseball, Snap Bombers
        See Duncan Field, baseball team (Brown Bombers)
        See Kelly Air Force Base, baseball team (Brown Bombers) [from 1947]
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (Brown Bombers) [from 1943 to 1946]
      Boys Club (1942)
        Clubbers almost 'dood' it against vaunted Lott's, but get a whipping, 1942/06/19: 3
        Hurd, Walter, and R.A. Jones, leading AAA twirlers, 1942/06/26: 3
        little fellows 'dood' it as Majestic Man's Shop goes down, 1942/06/19: 3
      Boys Club (1945)
        Kelly beats Boys Club, 5-2, to cop AAA softball title, 1945/08/17: 3
        outscores East End, 1945/07/13: 3
        takes East End, 1945/06/22: 3
        whips SAACC, Kelly wallops East End, 1945/08/03: 3
      Boys Club (1946)
        BC pushes Denver Heights out of playoff chance, 1946/08/02: 3
        Boys Club, East End 'Y' winners, 1946/07/19: 3
        Boys Club, Lincoln tie for 'Y' title, 1946/09/13: 3
        Boys Club, YMCA win Wednesday AAA games, 1946/06/21: 3
        Boys Club nears "Y" Junior title, 1946/09/06: 3
        cinches spot in AAA playoff, 1946/07/26: 3
        Denver Heights dumps "Y," Boys Club whips East End, 1946/06/28: 3
        grabs first in Y loop, 1946/08/30: 3
        "Sickle" Brown flips no-hitter for Boys Club, 1946/06/28: 3
      Boys Club (1947)
        BC hot, Lincoln Heights unbeaten in Junior League, 1947/06/20: 5
        Boys Club and Kelly Field cop Wednesday night's playoff openers, 1947/07/25: 3
        East End SH, Boys Club take lopsided tilts, 1947/07/04: 3
        Gordon's homer wins for BC, 1947/08/01: 7
        to play Lyons All Stars of Austin, 1947/08/08: 3
        "Sickle" Brown blanks IDTRC, 1947/06/20: 3
        wallops L and S, 15-7, 1947/07/25: 3
        whips Lincoln Heights, 1947/07/04: 2
      Boys Club (1948-1949)
        All Stars bow to Boys Club, 1949/08/26: 3
        Boys Club, Central top "Y" league, 1949/07/15: 3
        Clubbers in no. 1 spot in BC league, 1949/07/15: 3
        holds top place in "Y" baseball loop, 1949/07/22: 3
        trips St. Philip's, 1948/07/02: 3
      Boys Club (1952-1959)
        baseball school opens at Boys Club on Feb. 14, 1959/02/06: 5
        BB team "gets lost" in MacDona, 1952/05/16: 5
        Boys Club All Stars play Monterey, Mexico's world champion Little Leaguers, 1959/07/24: 5
        plays Roscoe in area meet, 1956/06/29: 5
        third in area baseball meet, 1959/07/03: 3
        Unit No. 3 is third in state baseball tournament, 1958/07/18: 5
        YMCA Midgets put whammy on Boys Club, 14-3, 1959/05/22: 5
      Boys Club (1960-1961)
        baseballers are working out, 1961/03/31: 5
        Fort Worth beats SA Unit 3 for state title, 1961/07/14: 5
        tryouts for Babe Ruth baseball league under way, 1960/04/01: 5
      Boys Club (1963-1965)
        Cadets win state baseball title, 1964/07/17: 5
        goes against Houston White Sox, 1965/07/30: 5
        prospects bright at Boys Club, 1963/07/05: 5
      Boys Club Junior and Intermediate Leagues
        BC leagues to open next week, 1949/05/20: 3
        softball league opens, 1945/05/11: 3
      Boys Club Midgets
        Boys Club cops Midget softball championship, 1948/09/03: 3
        Boys Club forms Midget league, 1948/05/07: 3
      Brewer, Chet, flips no-hit, no-run game in Mexico, 1939/08/25: 2
      Brooksdale All Stars
        edge SA Black Sox 4-3, 1960/05/20: 5
        Griffin, Alvin, smacks out 3 homers in Castroville, 1960/05/13: 5
        play Spanish Lounge Sunday, 1960/05/27: 5
        Stars, Black Sox in "grudge" tilt, 1960/05/13: 5
        win fifth straight game, beating Castroville, 1960/08/05: 5
      Brown Bomberettes
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (Brown Bomberettes)
      Brown Bombers
        See Baseball, San Antonio Bombers
        See Baseball, San Antonio Brown Bombers
        See Baseball, Snap Bombers
        See Duncan Field, baseball team (Brown Bombers)
        See Kelly Air Force Base, baseball team (Brown Bombers) [from 1947]
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (Brown Bombers) [from 1943 to 1946]
      Brown Bugs (1950)
        beat Spanish All Stars, 1950/03/31: 3
        Bugs beat La Vernia, 1950/05/26: 3
        Bugs make it eight in row, 1950/06/09: 3
        defeat St. Philip's Midgets, 1950/04/21: 3
        eliminated from city BB meet, 1950/09/15: 5
        July 4 game, celebration at La Vernia, 1950/06/30: 3
        play Ott's Saturday, 1950/03/17: 3
        to play Seguin in anniversary tilt, 1950/06/30: 3
        play St. Philip's Midgets Saturday, 1950/04/28: 3
        to play Wheatley Courts, 1950/04/14: 3
        take seven games straight, 1950/06/02: 3
        take twin bill, 1950/05/12: 3
        team starts training, seeks games, 1950/03/10: 3
        top "Y" baseball loop, 1950/07/21: 3
      Brown Bugs (1951)
        bug West End, 1951/05/04: 5
        Bugs too much for La Vernia, 1951/05/25: 5
        dump SA Dodgers 12-8, 1951/09/07: 5
        to get new sponsor, Ethel's Place, 1951/02/16: 5
        name Willie "Lefty" Rice as Most Valuable Player, 1951/10/12: 5
        to play Lincoln Park All-Stars, 1951/03/23: 5
        seek ball games, 1951/03/09: 5
        start spring baseball practice, March 3, 1951/02/09: 5
        start spring training Saturday, 1951/03/02: 4
        take 12-10 decision from La Vernia Stars, 1951/05/11: 5
        their report of game win not correct, La Vernia claims, 1951/05/18: 5
        whip LaVernia All Stars 10-4, 1951/04/13: 5
        win two, lose one, 1951/04/20: 5
      Brown Bugs (1952)
        beat La Vernia Stars, 1952/06/06: 5
        beat San Antonio Dodgers, lose to SAMSCO, 1952/04/04: 5
        nip Perpetual Help Church, 1952/04/11: 5
        to open their season with Kerrville, 1952/03/14: 5
        to play in state junior meet in Austin, 1952/08/01: 5
        play SAMSCO Sunday, 1952/03/21: 5
        to play two games this weekend, 1952/05/02: 5
        SA Eagles, Brown Bugs play Sunday, 1952/09/12: 5
        start spring training Saturday morning, 1952/03/07: 5
      Brown Bugs (1953)
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Cats
        20 report at first Bugs workout, 1953/02/06: 5
        Brown Bugs win two more, 1953/04/10: 5
        Bugs win two, 1953/05/01: 5
        LaVernia edges Brown Bugs 17-16, 1953/06/12: 5
        Little Bugs, Jay Birds in second spots, 1953/07/17: 5
        Little Bugs lead midget baseballers, 1953/06/19: 5
        start spring training Jan. 31, 1953/01/30: 5
        this was a game?, 1953/04/03: 5
      Brown Bugs (1954-1964)
        bow to Weimar Wildcats, 5-2, 1962/08/31: 5
        Brown Bugs, YMCA given lumps in Little League All-Star games, 1957/08/09: 5
        Bugs whip Cuero, 1964/08/14: 5
        cop Little League title, 1954/09/03: 5
      Brown Bugs (1965 and later)
        See Baseball, San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1965
      'Brown Squaws' baseball club organized, 1932/07/29: 3
      Butler, Polk star in softball play, 1936/05/01: 3
      Camp Stanley
      Campanella, Roy
      Cardona (Cardena) Welders
        King's Men Young Wonders
          edge Cardona Welders, 5-4, 1963/04/12: 5
          try Temple-Taylor after setback at hands of Cardona Welders, 15-0, 1963/06/21: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox decision Welders, 4-3, 1961/08/25: 5
          Black Sox try Welders, 1960/08/12: 5, 1962/07/20: 5
          Cardona beaten by Black Sox, 1960/09/16: 5
          Cardona clobbered by Black Sox, 19-8, 1962/07/27: 5
          in 'homecomer' with Cardona Welders, 1961/08/18: 5
          Sox, Welders play 9-9 stalemate, 1960/07/08: 5
          Sox get eight homers as Welders are murdered, 1962/03/30: 5
          try to snap Latin victory string, 1960/07/01: 5
        West Side Indians play Cardona Welders, 1960/06/17: 5
      Central Comets (girls team)
        Central girl softballers bop Austin, 20-9, 1950/07/07: 3
        Central lassies, Alamo Jewelers mix it, tonight, 1950/08/11: 3
      Central Giants Club meets, 1936/04/03: 3
      Central Playground
        Boys Club, Central top "Y" league, 1949/07/15: 3
        Central girls wallop West End softballers, 1952/07/25: 5
        Central wins city-wide playground softball meet, 1956/05/25: 5
      Central Texas Baseball League organized, 1947/12/05: 3
      Choto's Lounge
        Indians bow to Choto's Lounge, 11-7, 1962/04/20: 5
      Circle Grocery
        B and M Ramblers take twin bill from Circle Grocery, 1956/06/01: 5
        Grand Prize bows to Circle Grocers, 8-5, 1954/08/13: 5
        Grand Prize tries Circle Grocers Sunday at Brooksdale Park, 1954/08/06: 5
        Oilers and Circle Grocery end season Sun., 1956/09/28: 5
        Oilers bust Circle Grocery, 1956/04/13: 5
      city athletes to Austin for meet, 1936/06/19: 3
      City Lumber Company
        Alamo City Baseball Tournament
          City Lumber, Bombers ousted from tourney for fighting, 1966/10/07: 5
          Yanks, Cleaners in semi-finals, 1966/10/14: 5
        cuffs San Antonio Yankees in Labor Day game, 1966/09/09: 5
      City Recreation - Alamo Kiwanis League (1953)
        Bees win All-Star game, 13-5, 1953/08/14: 5
        big scores in senior loop, 1953/06/26: 5
        Braves on top in junior league, 1953/08/07: 5
        city-wide kid baseball program launched here, 1953/05/15: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion add to league leads, 1953/07/17: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion hold league leads, 1953/08/14: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion vie in playoff, 1953/08/28: 5
        Eagles clip Tigers for 7th straight victory, 1953/07/31: 5
        Eagles continue torrid pace, 1953/07/10: 5
        Eagles on top in senior league, 1953/07/03: 5
        Eaglets cop nos. 8 and 9, 1953/07/24: 5
        Eaglets lead midget BB loop, 1953/07/03: 5
        Eaglets win three during week, 1953/07/31: 5
        final standings, 1953/08/28: 5
        fourteen teams in senior baseball loop, 1953/06/19: 5
        heated race expected in kid baseball loop, 1953/06/12: 7
        kid all-star game set for Sunday, 1953/08/07: 5
        kid baseball gets under way this week, 1953/05/29: 5
        kid baseball teams still being organized, 1953/06/05: 5
        Little Bugs, Jay Birds in second spots, 1953/07/17: 5
        Little Bugs lead midget baseballers, 1953/06/19: 5
        Little Eagles stay on top, 1953/07/10: 5
        Little Eagles win sixteenth straight game, 1953/08/21: 5
        Little Eaglets lead midget loop, 1953/06/26: 5
        Rockets, NAACP, GI, Concepcion, win senior tilts, 1953/07/24: 5
        standings, 1953/06/26: 5, 1953/07/03: 5, 1953/07/10: 5, 1953/07/17: 5, 1953/07/24: 5, 1953/07/31: 5, 1953/08/07: 5, 1953/08/14: 5, 1953/08/21: 5
        Yankees hand Braves 11-7 defeat, 1953/08/21: 5
        Yellow Jackets play Penner Clothiers at San Pedro, 1953/07/31: 5
      City Recreation Dept.
        175 teams in reck softball, 1968/07/05: 5
        baseball loop organized, 1952/06/06: 5
        forms softball league, 1939/07/14: 3
        play starts Sunday in City Recreation baseball league, 1952/06/13: 5
        softball schedule and results for 1939, 1939/07/28: 3, 1939/08/04: 3, 1939/08/18: 3, 1939/08/25: 3, 1939/09/01: 3, 1939/09/08: 3
      City Recreation Softball League
        junior baseballers battle for city championship Sunday and Monday, 1952/08/29: 5
        league meeting to be held Friday, 1952/07/11: 5
        Lindbergh Midgets win city title, 1961/08/04: 5
        recently organized league opens play June 16, 1947/07/04: 2
        recreation loop champs to play All Stars tonight, 1947/08/08: 3
        results, standings, and schedule, 1947/07/04: 2, 1947/07/25: 7
        San Antonio Eagles snatch city recreation junior baseball tourney title, 1952/09/05: 5
        twin bill in "Reck" League Sunday, 1952/07/04: 5
        West End Playground
          girls win league title, 1961/08/11: 5
          wins city "Rec" softball tourney, 1959/08/07: 5
          wins third straight in softball loop, 1950/07/21: 3
      city tournaments (1950)
        clean slates at stake in annual baseball tourney, 1950/09/08: 5
        four teams battle for city title as TAF softball tourney opens, 1950/08/11: 3
        fur expected to fly in Sunday city meet game, 1950/09/22: 3
        head-knocking reached in double elimination city meet, 1950/09/15: 5
        last week's 'no decision' tilts in tourney to be decided, Sun., 1950/09/01: 3
        rained out series for city baseball championship to open Sunday, 1950/08/18: 3
        second annual city baseball tournament gets under way, 1950/08/11: 3
        second twin bill in city meet, Sunday, 1950/08/25: 3
        two games in city baseball tourney, Sunday, 1950/09/29: 5
        yah-yah, more yah-yah in city baseball series, 1950/09/22: 3
      city tournaments (1955-1957)
        city baseball tourney set to open Aug. 15, 1955/07/29: 5
        city BB meet to being Sunday, 1957/09/06: 5
        city tourney teams meet again, Tuesday, 1957/08/16: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers make finals for city baseball title, 1957/10/11: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers win title over Robles Sports, 1957/11/01: 5
        Oilers clip Black Sox, 4-3, as Rochester spins one-hitter, 1957/10/04: 5
        SA teams to battle for Negro city baseball title in Sept. meet, 1957/07/19: 5
        San Antonio Ramblers and Miles Humble Oilers win in tourney, 1957/09/13: 5
        Sox and Oilers finally meet in first round of city baseball tournament, 1957/09/20: 5
        Sports and Oilers vie for baseball title, 1957/10/25: 5
        teams in BB tourney to meet Tuesday, 1957/08/09: 5
        three games to be played Sunday to decide BB meet finalist, 1957/10/18: 5
        washed out BB meet to be resumed Sunday with Miles Humble Oilers and San Antonio Black Sox, 1957/09/27: 5
      city tournaments (1961-1964)
        Blair New's Young Wonders hitless in first game of city playoffs with V. J. Keefe Mixers, 1961/08/11: 5
        East Side Baseball League goes down in city-wide tourney, 1964/08/07: 5
        ESBB teams in city playoff at Mission Park, 1964/07/31: 5
        Mixers oust Wonders in city playoffs, 1961/08/18: 5
      city tournaments (1965-1966)
        2 games set for BB meet, 1965/09/10: 5
        both Bugs, Bears out of city baseball playoff, 1966/08/19: 5
        ESBB teams drop first round in City Amateur Baseball playoffs, 1966/08/12: 5
        triple-headers set for Sunday, Monday in baseball tourney, 1965/09/03: 5
      Clay's Colts (1952)
        Greer's Black Sox put double whammy on Colts, 1955/08/19: 5
        Rena's Young Wonders
          beat Clay's Colts, 1952/07/04: 5
          play Clay's Colts in Seguin Sunday, 1952/06/27: 5
        vie with Black Sox vie, 1952/08/29: 5
      Clay's Colts (1953)
        baseball team to meet Saturday, 1953/01/23: 5
        beat Lackland MFSS 10-4, 1953/06/05: 5
        Colts beat Seguin, 1953/05/01: 5
        edge New Braunfels, 6-3, 1953/05/29: 5
        edge SA Travelers 2-1, 1953/04/17: 5
        pound Floresville, 1953/05/15: 5
        Yoakum Bees sting Clay's Colts, 1953/05/22: 5
      Clay's Colts (1954-1956)
        Colts to meet Monday, 1955/02/11: 5
        Eagles tame Clay's Colts for 25th win in 26 games, 1955/08/26: 5
        Greer Stars tame Clay's Colts, 12-3, 1954/05/14: 5
        Oilers bust Colts, 1956/06/22: 5
        to play Wheatley Heights All Stars Sunday, 1955/05/13: 5
        Rena's Black Sox clobber Colts, 1955/09/02: 5
        San Antonio Eagles, in comeback, tame Clay's Colts, 8-5, 1956/06/15: 4
        take 5-2 decision from Wheatley All Stars, 1954/07/09: 5
      Clay's Colts (1958-1959)
        Eagles bop Clay's, 1959/07/17: 5
        make it four in a row plastering the San Antonio Red Sox, 7-1, 1958/05/02: 5
        meeting of all players and candidates called, 1958/03/14: 5
        overpower Pleasanton, 1958/04/18: 5
        SA Eagles brand Clay's Colts, 16-6, 1959/05/15: 5
        win another victory over East Side Qui-Hi, 1958/04/25: 5
      Clay's Colts (1967-1970)
        SA Yankees open home schedule with Clay's Colts, 1970/03/27: 5
        Sox take two from Clay's Colts, 1967/08/18: 6
      Clippers
        See Kelly Air Force Base, baseball team (Clippers)
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (Clippers)
      Cobb's Lumber Co.
        Alamos trample Cobb's in playoff openers, 1941/08/15: 3
        beats Lott's in hot pitching duel, 1941/07/04: 3
        Cobb's, Alamo Jewelers win softball openers, 1941/05/23: 3
        Jones, R. A., whiffs 12 as Cobb's dumps Majestic Man's Shop, 1941/08/08: 3
        Majestic nipped by Cobb's closing rush, 1941/05/30: 3
        nips Lott's, 1941/08/01: 2
        use of ineligible player costs victory over Lott Grocers, 1941/08/01: 3
        wins over Boys Club, 1941/05/30: 3
      Colt League
        Walker, John Robert ("Bubba"), SA boy plays in Colt League Regional Baseball meet in Austin, 1957/08/09: 5
      Company B, 34th Quartermaster
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (Company B, 34th Quartermaster, Flyers)
      Connie Mack League holds baseball rally at Comanche Park, April 11, 1959/04/10: 5
      Crisp Service Station softballers lose to West End Taxi, 1936/05/22: 3
      D and R Grocery
        See also Baseball, Ellison's Used Car Lot
        B'nai B'rith
          edges D & R 4-2, 1951/08/24: 5
          plays D and R Monday, 1951/08/17: 5
        drops overtime 4-3 decision to Lackland Warhawks, 1951/07/27: 5
        Ellison's Car Lot to sponsor D and R Grocery softball team under new name, 1952/02/15: 5
        Kelly Brown Bombers under different sponsor for '51, D. and R. Grocery, 1951/03/23: 5
        plasters Electrolux, 1951/07/20: 5
        Ruby's Candle Room
          beats D and R for state title, 1951/09/07: 5
          bows to D and R, 1951/07/20: 5
          continue feud Sun., at San Pedro, 1951/08/24: 5
          set for softball "duel of year" tonight with Ruby's, 1951/07/13: 5
          in softball feud July 13, 1951/06/29: 5
          softball "game of the year" with Ruby's Candle Room set for Friday, July 13, 1951/07/06: 5
          upsets D and R 5-2 for No. 1 spot, 1951/08/31: 5
      Dallas Green Monarchs, manager, Rev. Oscar A. Mills, is slain, 1944/07/14: 3
      Dan's Cafe
        Missions nip Dan's Cafe 2-1, 1943/07/30: 3
        whips San Antonio All-Stars (1947), 1947/08/01: 3
      Dave's Ice Station and Drive-In, pounded by Black Sox; Cleveland Grant gets two homers, 1960/07/29: 5
      David the Cleaner Nines and Grand Prize
        Cleaners clean Grand Prize in double-header, 1953/10/02: 5
        Grand Prize
          takes two from David the Cleaners, 1952/05/02: 5
          tries David Cleaners again, 1953/10/02: 5
        Prizers edged 3-2 by Cleaners, 1953/09/18: 5
        in twin bill, 1953/09/25: 5
        washed out game reset for Sunday, 1953/10/09: 5
      Davis' Cafe to play All Stars tonight, 1943/06/18: 3
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1962
        battle Young Wonders on Sunday, 1962/05/11: 5
        host Kerrville All-Stars, Sunday, 1962/08/24: 5
        overpower Panelli's Recreation Center, 12-2, 1962/05/04: 5
        whip Kerrville All-Stars, 9-7, 1962/08/10: 5
        Young Wonders roll over Denver Heights Bears, 18-2, 1962/04/13: 5
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1963
        Bears, SA Bees win, tighten ES loop race, 1963/04/19: 5
        go at it with Black Sox Sunday, 1963/09/06: 5
        Hamilton, Joe, now leading hitter of ESBB League, 1963/05/03: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          beat Bombers, take over 1st place in East Side League, 1963/05/24: 5
          claw Bombers 6-2, move into bid for 1st in ESBB League, 1963/05/10: 5
          outlast SA Bombers, 12-10, 1963/04/05: 5
        San Antonio Royals
          Bears defeated by Royals in ESBB opener, 1963/03/29: 5
          Royals, Bears win ESBB League tilts, 1963/04/05: 5
          Royals tie Bears for ESBB League lead, 1963/05/17: 5
          upend SA Royals to give Bees ESBB lead, 1963/05/03: 5
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1964
        Bears decision Bees, 1964/04/10: 5
        Royals, Bears tie in ESBB, 1964/04/24: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          Bears, Bombers to meet Sunday for ESBB playoff title, 1964/07/24: 5
          Bears, Bombers win in league openers, 1964/03/20: 5
          beat Bombers in tenth for playoff crown, 1964/07/31: 5
          Bombers, Bears take openers in playoffs, 1964/06/26: 5, 1964/07/10: 5
          Bombers even playoff as Bears goof away game, 1964/07/24: 5
        triple header includes Bears vs. Bombers, Gals vs. Guys, Old Timers vs. All Stars, 1964/07/17: 5
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1965
        Bears, league champs, given jackets, 1965/01/01: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          Bears, Bombers in ESBB opener, 1965/03/12: 5
          Bears defuse Bombers, tie for league lead, 1965/05/28: 5
          Bears lose, Bombers win in city baseball playoffs, 1965/08/13: 5
          Bombers cop ESBB title, play Bears again Sunday, 1965/07/30: 5
          Bombers drop Bears in ESBB loop opener, 1965/03/19: 5
          Bombers edge Bears to hold lead, 1965/06/04: 5
          Bombers make it three in a row over Denver Heights Bears, 1965/08/06: 5
          game protest hearing set for SA Bombers-Denver Heights Bear game, 1965/04/23: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners, Denver Heights Bears get ESBB victories, 1965/04/09: 5
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1966
        Bears nip Brown Bugs to knot playoff series, 1966/07/22: 5
        both Bugs, Bears out of city baseball playoff, 1966/08/19: 5
        Brown Bugs pitcher, Henry Polk
          pitches one-hitter with Bears, but loses, 2-0, 1966/06/24: 5
          retires 18 Bears batters in row as ESBB League kicks off, 1966/04/15: 5
        Marlin Eagles outlast Bears, 1966/06/17: 5
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1967
        Bugs top Bears to win playoff, 10-7, 1967/07/28: 5
        San Antonio Hawks edge Bears, 9-8, 1967/06/09: 5
        whip San Antonio Hawks, 5-4, 1967/06/23: 5
      Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1968-1970
        Bears lead with 7-1 victory over Brown Bugs in ESBB, 1969/07/11: 5
        Bears lose to Mustangs, 4-2, 1970/05/08: 5
        San Antonio Yankees to play Bears, Bugs, 1968/09/13: 5
      Denver Heights Tigers
        dump "Y," Boys Club whips East End, 1946/06/28: 3
        Heights rally too much for EE; 'Y' nips Boys Club, 1946/08/02: 3
        play Kerr Hill All Stars in practice game, 1948/03/26: 3
        Pony league team organized by Lorenzo Williams, 1956/05/04: 5
        Woerner's Grocery to back new team, Denver Heights Tigers, 1936/04/03: 3
        Zanzibar outscores 'Y," Heights nose out Second Baptist, 1946/07/05: 3
      dining car crews play grudge game, 1944/07/07: 3
      Don Albert and pals yet undefeated, 1932/06/10: 3
      Dorques
        See Randolph Air Force Base, baseball teams (Dorques), 1953
      Duncan Field Brown Bombers
      Durham, Joe
      Eaddy, Don, makes All-American college team, 1955/06/24: 5
      Eagle Cleaners
        SA Indians clean Eagle Cleaners, 9-7, 1957/06/28: 5
        Washington Brothers win another over Eagle Cleaners, 1954/05/28: 5
        Wheatley Heights in split with Eagle Cleaners, 1957/06/14: 5
        Wheatley Heights takes twin bill from Eagle Cleaners, 1956/08/17: 5
      Eagles
        See Baseball, San Antonio Eagles
      Eaglets
        Braves and Eaglets are midget, junior baseball champs, 1948/09/03: 3
        cop nos. 8 and 9 in City Recreation - Alamo Kiwanis League, 1953/07/24: 5
        lead midget BB loop, 1953/07/03: 5
        Little Eaglets lead midget loop, 1953/06/26: 5
        win three during week, 1953/07/31: 5
      East End Settlement House (1945)
        dumps Boys Club, 1945/08/03: 3
        Kelly beats East End, 2-1, in closest game of season, 1945/07/20: 3
        scrappy East Enders beat SAACC in tight one, Kelly whips BC, 1945/07/06: 3
      East End Settlement House (1946)
        Boys Club, East End 'Y' winners, 1946/07/19: 3
        Denver Heights dumps "Y," Boys Club whips East End, 1946/06/28: 3
        East End tops "Y" league, 1946/08/02: 3
        files protest in game with Zanzibar, 1946/07/19: 3
        Lincoln Courts, EE, win YMCA league tilts, 1946/06/21: 3
        protest by East End sustained, 1946/07/26: 3
        threatened in Y junior league, 1946/08/23: 3
      East End Settlement House (1947)
        Austin Nine walloped by East End SH, 1947/07/04: 3
        cinches title tie, 1947/07/18: 3
        dumps L&S, 9-7, 1947/07/04: 3
        East End, St. Philip's cop Monday night tilts, 1947/06/06: 3
        East End SH, Boys Club take lopsided tilts, 1947/07/04: 3
        grabs top spot in AAA loop, 1947/07/11: 3
        IDTRC, East End, Monday AAA softball victors, 1947/06/13: 3
        to play Austin here on June 25, 1947/06/20: 3
      East Side Baseball League (1958)
        All-Star team
          All-Stars edge Miles Oilers, 7-6, 1958/07/11: 5
          fireworks expected at July 4 All-Star game between league All-Stars and Miles Humble Oilers, 1958/07/04: 5
          game set for July 4, 1958/06/27: 5
        baseball loop meeting set for Friday, 1958/03/07: 5
        Blair New's Young Wonders
          See Baseball, Blair New's Young Wonders (1958)
        double-header may have upsets Sunday with Miles Humble Oilers against Wheatley Heights; Merchants take on Indians, 1958/07/25: 5
        ends first half of schedule Sunday, 1958/06/13: 5
        ES baseball loop pops season's lid, Sunday, 1958/04/11: 5
        league holds twin bill Sunday, 1958/04/18: 5
        league set with six teams, 1958/03/28: 5
        loop leaders battle it out Sun., 1958/07/04: 5
        meeting set for Saturday, 1958/05/02: 5
        meets Monday for final organizational plans of the loop, 1958/03/21: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers
          See Baseball, Miles Humble Oilers (1958)
        play in East Side BB League at nobody-can-lose stage, 1958/07/18: 5
        playoffs
          curtain drops Sunday on ESBB regular loop; playoff starts Aug. 24, 1958/08/15: 5
          ES playoff has another tie with the Wonders and Merchants, 3-3, 1958/10/10: 5
          Merchants and Wonders vie for playoff title Sunday, 1958/10/10: 5
          Merchants win playoff crown against Young Wonders, 1958/10/17: 5
          Miles Oilers nip Wonders, 4-3, to tie up playoff series, 1958/09/19: 5
          playoff promises more thrills Sunday, 1958/09/05: 5
          series to start Sunday, 1958/08/22: 5
          washed-out ES playoff series to be resumed, 1958/09/12: 5, 1958/09/26: 5
        rained out
          rain fouls up second half start; ES loop tries again August 17, 1958/06/27: 5
          rained out league games set for Sunday, 1958/06/06: 5
          resumes play Sunday, 1958/05/23: 5
        results/standings/schedule, 1958/04/25: 5, 1958/05/02: 5, 1958/05/09: 5, 1958/05/16: 5, 1958/05/30: 5, 1958/06/06: 5, 1958/06/13: 5, 1958/06/20: 5, 1958/06/27: 5, 1958/07/04: 5, 1958/07/11: 5, 1958/07/18: 5, 1958/07/25: 5, 1958/08/01: 5, 1958/08/08: 5, 1958/08/15: 5, 1958/08/22: 5, 1958/08/29: 5, 1958/09/05: 5, 1958/09/12: 5, 1958/09/19: 5, 1958/09/26: 5, 1958/10/03: 5, 1958/10/10: 5, 1958/10/17: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          See Baseball, San Antonio Black Sox (1958)
        San Antonio Merchants
          See Baseball, San Antonio Merchants (1958-1959)
        slate set, opens April 13, 1958/04/04: 5
        whoop-de-doo promised in Sunday ES tilts, 1958/05/09: 5
        wide open race as ES loop starts second half, 1958/06/20: 5
      East Side Baseball League (1959)
        All-Star team to play SA Black Sox Sunday, 1959/09/25: 5
        awards
          awards will be presented Sunday night, 1959/01/16: 5
          league teams and players presented with awards, 1959/01/23: 5
          makes awards and trophies Jan. 18, 1959/01/09: 5
        deadline for ESBB teams is March 16, 1959/03/06: 5
        holds deadline meeting Monday, 1959/03/13: 5
        hot twin bill set in ESBB League Sunday, 1959/04/24: 5
        league managers meet again, Monday, 1959/03/20: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers
          See Baseball, Miles Humble Oilers (1959)
        opening set for April 5 and prexy, U. J. Andrews, resigns, but on urging, reconsiders, 1959/03/27: 5
        playoffs
          American Sports win ES playoff, 1959/09/18: 5
          champion to be decided in twin bill, 1959/09/11: 5
          final round starts in playoff, 1959/09/04: 5
          playoff series to open Sunday, 1959/08/14: 5
          playoff set to resume Sunday, 1959/08/28: 5
          Ramblers win ESBB regular season crown; no. 1 team in upcoming playoffs, 1959/08/07: 5
        pops lid on second season Sunday at Hi-Lions Park, 1959/04/03: 5
        Quihi All Stars
          Miles Humble Oilers dump Quihi Stars, 1959/05/29: 5
          upend Merchants, 1959/05/01: 5
        rained out
          ESBB continues makeup, 1959/05/29: 5
          league in "catching up" phase after rains, 1959/07/31: 5
          rained out again--twin bill Sunday, 1959/05/15: 5
          rained out third Sunday, it's makeup time in ES League, 1959/05/22: 5
          returns to action after three weeks of rainouts, 1959/05/29: 5
        Ramblers
          See Baseball, San Antonio Ramblers (1959)
        results/standings/schedule, 1959/04/17: 5, 1959/04/24: 5, 1959/05/01: 5, 1959/05/08: 5, 1959/05/15: 5, 1959/05/22: 5, 1959/05/29: 5, 1959/07/24: 5, 1959/07/31: 5, 1959/08/07: 5, 1959/08/14: 5, 1959/08/21: 5, 1959/08/28: 5, 1959/09/04: 5, 1959/09/11: 5, 1959/09/18: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          See Baseball, San Antonio Black Sox (1959)
        San Antonio Indians
          See Baseball, San Antonio Indians (1959)
        San Antonio Merchants
          See Baseball, San Antonio Merchants (1958-1959)
        San Antonio Sports
          See Baseball, San Antonio Sports (East Side Baseball League)
        schedule gets garbled, 1959/06/26: 5
        sets first meeting of managers of teams for Monday, 1959/02/27: 5
        tries double-header again Sunday, 1959/05/08: 5
        Wheatley Heights All-Stars
          See Baseball, Wheatley Heights All-Stars (1959)
      East Side Baseball League (1960)
        American Sports Center
          See Baseball, American Sports Center (East Side Baseball League)
        ES loop in double bill Sunday, 1960/05/06: 5
        officers elected; next meeting set, 1960/11/04: 5
        pops lid Sunday, 1960/04/08: 5
        Quihi All-Stars
          See Baseball, Quihi All-Stars (East Side Baseball League, 1959-1960)
        regular slate nears end, 1960/08/05: 5
        San Antonio Indians
          See Baseball, San Antonio Indians (1960)
        schedule set for season, 1960/04/29: 5
        single game schedule resumes, 1960/05/13: 5
        Woodlake Ramblers
          See Baseball, Woodlake Ramblers (1960-1961)
      East Side Baseball League (1961)
        All-Stars
          All-Star team to meet Young Wonders, 1961/08/25: 5
          Clark, Joe, BAMC, to play with East Side Baseball League All-Star team against Young Wonders (photo), 1961/09/01: 5
          and Hot Wells All-Stars
            ES-Hot Wells series squared, 1961/06/16: 5
            ES plays Hot Wells League All Stars Saturday, 1961/06/09: 5
            meet in rubber game, 1961/06/23: 5
          service aces on All-Star team to play against Wonders, 1961/09/01: 5
          Young Wonders, All Stars split two-game series, 1961/09/08: 5
        awards to be made Sunday, 1961/10/13: 3
        Blair New's Young Wonders
          See Baseball, Blair New's Young Wonders (1961)
        breakfast meeting of officials and managers held, 1961/01/27: 5
        Flores Drive-In
          See Baseball, Flores Drive-In (1960-1961)
        Giants bop Indians, Bees trim Ramblers in openers, 1961/04/07: 5
        holds organizational meeting, hears Rusty Lyons, 1960/10/28: 5
        league goes into action Sunday, 1961/03/31: 5
        opens season April 2; schedule of six-team league approved, 1961/03/17: 5
        pitching duel in Rambler-Bee fracas features Bunny Ruiz and T. J. Williams, 1961/05/19: 5
        playoffs
          playoffs open Sunday, 1961/07/14: 5
          Wonders, SA Bees win playoff openers, 1961/07/21: 5
          Wonders cop ES playoff, try Keefe in city series, 1961/08/04: 5
        results/standings/schedule, 1961/04/14: 5, 1961/04/21: 5, 1961/04/28: 5, 1961/05/05: 5, 1961/05/12: 5, 1961/05/19: 5, 1961/05/26: 5, 1961/06/02: 5, 1961/06/09: 5, 1961/06/16: 5, 1961/06/23: 5, 1961/06/30: 5, 1961/07/07: 5, 1961/07/14: 5, 1961/07/21: 5, 1961/07/28: 5, 1961/08/04: 5
        San Antonio Bees
          See Baseball, San Antonio Bees (1961)
        Woodlake Ramblers
          See Baseball, Woodlake Ramblers (1959-1961)
      East Side Baseball League (1962)
        All-Stars
          Black Sox cool ES All-Stars, 11-4, 1962/08/03: 5
          meet SA Black Sox when 25-year feud is renewed, 1962/07/27: 5
        Blair New's Young Wonders
          See Baseball, Blair New's Young Wonders (1962)
        Denver Heights Bears
          See Baseball, Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1962
        league lead remains knotted, 1962/05/18: 5
        league opens season, 1962/03/23: 5, 1962/03/30: 5, 1962/04/06: 5
        league will be in action for the weekend with twin bill, 1962/06/08: 5
        meeting called of managers of all teams, 1962/01/12: 5
        Panelli's Recreation Center
          See Baseball, Panelli's Recreation Center (East Side Baseball League)
        playoffs
          Bombers beat Wonders in first game of playoff, 1962/07/13: 5
          Wonders come from behind over Bombers to win playoff, 1962/07/27: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          See Baseball, San Antonio Bombers (1962)
        Wheatley Courts Hawks
          See Baseball, Wheatley Courts Hawks
      East Side Baseball League (1963)
        All Stars
          All Stars, Old timers to vie July 4, 1963/06/28: 5
          Old Timers too much for ES All Stars, 1963/07/12: 5
          picked all-stars from ESBB in game against all-stars from Spanish-American Baseball League, 1963/05/03: 5
        Denver Heights Bears
          See Baseball, Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1963
        Hamilton, Joe, now leading hitter of ESBB League, 1963/05/03: 5
        league opens Sunday with double header, 1963/03/22: 5
        opens season on March 24 with new staff of officers and 5 teams, 1963/03/15: 5
        playoff
          Bombers, Royals in league title game, 1963/07/26: 5
          playoff to start Sunday, 1963/07/05: 5
          Royals, Bombers in playoff finals, 1963/07/19: 5
          Royals, Bombers take openers in playoff, 1963/07/12: 5
          Royals get closer to at least tie for ESBB League title, 1963/06/14: 5
          Royals get title as Bees lose, 1963/06/28: 5
          SA Bombers cop playoff championship, edging Royals, 1963/08/02: 5
        San Antonio Bees
          See Baseball, San Antonio Bees (1963)
        San Antonio Royals
          See Baseball, San Antonio Royals (1963)
        Thompson, Hardy
          hitting .500 in ESBB League, 1963/06/14: 5
          tops ESBB League hitters, 1963/05/31: 5
      East Side Baseball League (1964)
        All Stars
          all star team composed of ESBB and Hot Wells leagues will play San Antonio Bullets, 1964/07/17: 5
          All Stars bust Black Sox, 1964/09/11: 5
          Black Sox play ES All Stars Sunday; try Royals Monday, 1964/09/04: 5
          Black Sox try to even score with All Stars, 1964/09/11: 5
          lose in twin bill to SA Pirates, 1964/08/14: 5
          maul Black Sox again, 1964/09/18: 5
          and San Antonio Pirates in twin bill Sunday, 1964/08/07: 5
        city tournament
          East Side goes down in city-wide tourney, 1964/08/07: 5
          ES teams in city playoff at Mission Park, 1964/07/31: 5
        Denver Heights Bears
          Bears, Bombers win in openers, 1964/03/20: 5
          Bears decision Bees, 1964/04/10: 5
        league pops lid Sunday, 1964/03/13: 5
        Merchants Day set; prizes to be given, old scores settled, 1964/08/14: 5
        mothers to be honored on Mother's Day, 1964/05/08: 5
        Old Timers nip West, 1964/08/21: 5
        playoff series to open Sunday, 1964/06/19: 5
        results/standings/schedule, 1964/05/15: 5, 1964/05/22: 5, 1964/05/29: 5, 1964/06/05: 5, 1964/06/19: 5
        San Antonio Bees
          See Baseball, San Antonio Bees (1964)
        San Antonio Bombers
          See Baseball, San Antonio Bombers (1964)
        San Antonio Hawks
          Hawks rip Bees, 1964/04/24: 5
          shoot for place in playoff, 1964/06/12: 5
        San Antonio Royals
          See Baseball, San Antonio Royals (1964)
        triple header includes Bears vs. Bombers, Gals vs. Guys, Old Timers vs. All Stars, 1964/07/17: 5
      East Side Baseball League (1965)
        All-Star team defeats All-Star team picked from Hot Wells and Spanish-American leagues, 1965/05/07: 5
        begins 1965 season on March 14, 1965/03/05: 5
        Denver Heights Bears
          See Baseball, Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1965
        game protest hearing set for SA Bombers-Denver Heights Bear game, 1965/04/23: 5
        Henderson, Earl
          "Earl Henderson Day" set Sunday to benefit amputee, 1965/04/30: 5
          league honors Henderson with Player-of-the-Year Award and gives him gate receipts, 1965/05/07: 5
            photograph, 1965/05/07: 3
        play to resume Sunday, 1965/04/02: 5
        playoffs
          Bombers cop ESBB title, play Bears again Sunday, 1965/07/30: 5
          leaguers battle in playoff Sunday, 1965/07/02: 5
          title round starts in playoff, 1965/07/16: 5
        results/standings/schedule, 1965/04/16: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          See Baseball, San Antonio Bombers (1965)
        San Antonio Brown Bugs
          See Baseball, San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1965
        Spriggsdale Cleaners
          See Spriggsdale Cleaners (East Side Baseball League)
      East Side Baseball League (1966)
        All Stars to play Span-Am representative, 1966/08/26: 5
        Denver Heights Bears
          See Baseball, Denver Heights Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1966
        ES to have 3 games on June 19, 1966/06/17: 5
        ESBB teams drop first round in City Amateur Baseball playoffs, 1966/08/12: 5
        important meeting set for Friday, 1966/01/21: 5
        League championship grabbed by Brown Bugs, 1966/07/08: 5
        league opens season Sunday, 1966/04/08: 5
        Marlin Eagles
          Bugs nip Eagles to keep record clean, 1966/05/20: 5
          get 8-7 win over West Side All Stars, 1966/06/10: 5
          outlast Denver Heights Bears, 1966/06/17: 5
        meeting to be held Friday; League requests representatives from teams to attend, 1966/02/18: 5
        playoffs
          Bears nip Bugs to knot playoff series, 1966/07/22: 5
          Brown Bugs take lead in playoff series, 1966/07/15: 5
          Bugs add playoff crown to ESBB regular title, 1966/07/29: 5
        San Antonio Brown Bugs
          See San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1966
      East Side Baseball League (1967)
        Denver Heights Bears
          San Antonio Hawks edge Bears, 9-8, in ESBB League play, 1967/06/09: 5
          whip San Antonio Hawks, 5-4, 1967/06/23: 5
        double-header set for Sunday, 1967/03/24: 5
        ES teams beaten in city meet, 1967/08/04: 5
        meetings
          league holds first meeting of year, 1967/01/13: 5
          league meets Friday, 1967/02/24: 5
          league meets to elect officers for 1967 season, 1966/12/02: 5
        opens with twin bill this Sunday, 1967/03/31: 5
        Pettus, Janet, selected as Queen of ESBB League (photo), 1967/07/07: 8
        San Antonio Brown Bugs
          See Baseball, San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1967
        San Antonio Giants
          banged by San Antonio War Hawks, 9-2, in ESBB League play, 1967/05/19: 5
          Bugs outscore Giants, 17-10, in ESBB League play, 1967/06/09: 5
          Giants and Brown Bugs win as league opens, 1967/04/07: 5
        San Antonio Hawks
          Brown Bugs rip Hawks, 7-4, to win ESBB crown again, 1967/06/16: 5
          Denver Heights Bears whip San Antonio Hawks, 5-4, 1967/06/23: 5
          edge Denver Heights Bears, 9-8, in ESBB League play, 1967/06/09: 5
          Hawks and Bugs are ES winners in double header, 1967/05/19: 5
        San Antonio War Hawks
          See Baseball, San Antonio Wark Hawks (1967)
        Wilton Carpet Bears
          Bears upset by Giants, 4-3, 1967/05/26: 5
          lose to Brown Bugs, 5-1, in ESBB League play, 1967/05/19: 5
      East Side Baseball League (1968)
        Brown Bugs pulled from league, 1968/03/22: 5
        East Side All Stars, Bugs in benefit game, 1968/09/20: 5
        ES league returns to action, 1968/04/19: 5
        ESBB league preps for season, 1968/02/23: 5
        league to play two games Sunday, 1968/05/03: 5
        opens season Sunday, 1968/04/05: 5
        plans and organization for the coming season goes ahead, 1968/03/08: 5
        plans set for season, 1968/03/22: 5
        two games Sunday in ES loop, 1968/06/14: 5
        Yankees, ES All Stars in 1968 finale, 1968/10/18: 5
      East Side Baseball League (1969)
        3 games played, 1969/06/06: 5
        Denver Heights Bears lead with 7-1 victory over Brown Bugs, 1969/07/11: 5
        "Four-Corner" dance set for March 15, 1969/03/14: 5
        league holds organizational meeting Sunday, 1969/02/14: 5
        meeting held to set schedule, 1969/03/28: 5
        meeting scheduled; title play starts, 1969/08/22: 5
        to pop lid Sunday, 1969/04/18: 5
      East Side Baseball League (1970)
        last Sunday games called off due to wet grounds, plays this Sunday, 1970/05/29: 5
        League managers and team captains to meet Saturday, 1970/03/20: 7
        League to meet for organizational meeting, 1970/02/06: 5
        opens season with doubleheader Sunday, 1970/04/24: 5
        San Antonio Brown Bugs
          beat Mustangs, grabbing East Side Baseball League lead, 1970/05/15: 5
          Brown Bugs and Mustangs win as BB loop opens season, 1970/05/01: 5
          and East Side Colts play practice game, 1970/03/20: 5
          Mustangs and Brown Bugs win as BB loop opens season, 1970/05/01: 5
          win against Shamrocks, 23-2, lead East Side League, 1970/05/22: 5
      East Side Qui-Hi, Clay's Colts win another victory over East Side Qui-Hi, 1958/04/25: 5
      East-West All-Star series (Seguin, TX)
        starts tonight in Seguin, 1951/08/24: 5
        teams, dates to be released next week, 1951/08/17: 5
        West conks East twice in All-Stars series in Seguin, 1951/08/31: 5
      El Feye Social Club Sandlotters defeated, 1932/06/17: 3
      Ellison's Used Car Lot
        beats Ruby's as title play starts, 1952/08/22: 5
        blanks Gongora, 11-0 in one-hitter, 1952/04/11: 5
        B'nai B'rith bows to Ellison's, 1952/05/02: 5
        drops two close ones, 1952/07/18: 5
        Ellison's, Austin vie tonite, 1952/05/09: 5
        Ellison's, Spanish All-Stars in tie, 1952/06/06: 5
        Ellison's 2nd in state TAAF tourney, 1952/09/05: 5
        loses two to Lackland Warhawks, 1952/04/25: 5
        plays Austin, Riverside Cats in double-header tonight, 1952/05/16: 5
        readies for rough schedule, 1952/05/02: 5
        regains stride, beats Kelly Cavaliers, 7-3, 1952/08/08: 5
        Ruby's Candle Room measures Ellison's, 8-3, 1952/06/20: 5
        softballers to practice Sunday, 1952/03/07: 5
        to sponsor D and R Grocery softball team under new name, 1952/02/15: 5
        tries Lackland War Hawks in twin bill, 1952/04/18: 5
        trips Robert's Rockets 9-7, 1952/05/23: 5
        Washington, Robert J., "Mr. Softball," in action against Riverside Cats (photo), 1952/05/16: 5
        whips two triple-A league teams, IGA and Fort Sam Medical Field Service, 1952/05/30: 5
        wins city softball title from Ruby's Candle Room, 1952/08/29: 5
      Entre Nous Social Club
      Everett's beaten twice by St. Philip's in League games, 1936/05/15: 3
      Fat and Forty game
        See Baseball, Seguin Fat and Forty game
      Fighters
        See Kelly Air Force Base, baseball team (Fighters)
      fist flinging among teams features play in soft ball loop; two games are protested, 1937/07/23: 2
      floodlights for softball field
        AAA buys lights for soft ball field, 1938/04/15: 3
        AAA play under lights has doubleheader for gala opening, 1938/07/08: 3
        installation of flood lights finally under way, 1938/05/27: 3, 1938/06/24: 3
        installation of lights near completion, 1938/07/01: 3
        Mayor to open night soft ball play with pitch, 1938/05/06: 3
        San Antonio Must Help [pay for floodlights] (editorial), 1939/04/14: 4
        storm tears down softball flood lights, 1942/09/04: 3
        weather delays baseball field light installation, 1938/05/13: 3
      Flores Drive-In (1960-1961)
        Black Sox, Flores Drive-In mix Sunday, 1960/05/06: 5
        Black Sox, Flores Drive-In renew feuding, 1960/07/15: 5
        darkness ends Sox-Flores game at 5-5, 1960/05/13: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          hands Young Wonders their first defeat, 1961/05/12: 5
          SA Bees win one-hitter against Flores Drive-In, 1961/07/28: 5
          Young Wonders win to keep hold on first place in ESBB League, 1961/06/16: 5
        edged by San Antonio Black Sox, 1960/07/22: 5
      Flores Drive-In (1964)
        Black Sox put the whip to Flores, 1964/04/17: 5
        Flores Drive-In, Black Sox battle Sunday, 1964/04/10: 5
      Ford, Cpl. Riley, plays ball in Germany, 1945/08/10: 3
      Fort Bliss Black Giants
      Fort Sam Houston
      4-H Club
      four-man softball team
        See Baseball, King and His Court
        See Baseball, Washington Brothers
      Frank's Grocery takes lead in Soft Ball League play, 1937/07/30: 3
      Fred's Place
        Bombers play Fred's Place, Sunday at Tech, 1943/06/18: 3
        Workers meet Fred's Place tonite, 1943/07/30: 3
      Garza Finance
        it's do or die Saturday for Bombers in city championship against Garza Finance, 1965/08/20: 5
        ousts Bombers from city meet, 1965/08/27: 5
      Georgia State Baseball League stands up for Negro players, 1954/05/14: 3
      girls and women baseball teams
        See also specific girls teams
        Blue Hornets, girl ball team, preps for season, 1957/03/29: 5
        call issued for all-girl baseball (hardball) team, 1935/08/09: 3
        girl baseball candidates to meet, 1936/03/27: 3
        girl hardballers start practice at Lincoln Ball Lot, 1936/04/03: 3
        girls, boys softballers play twin bill Saturday, 1952/07/11: 5
        girls' double-header game to benefit orphans, 1933/09/22: 3
        girls' softball action, 1936/06/19: 3
        Girls Softball League double bill, 1936/06/12: 3
        Girls' Softball League gets under way, 1936/05/15: 3, 1936/05/22: 3, 1963/06/28: 5, 1963/07/05: 5
        girls softball tourney set for Black Sox Park, 1964/06/05: 5
        girls to play next Thursday, 1942/05/29: 3
        ladies to play Sunday at Lincoln Field, 1931/09/18: 3
        Queen and Her Maids, girl softball team, wants Texas and/or San Antonio games, 1970/01/30: 5
        womens' slow pitch tournament at Woodlake
          four games played Sunday, 1964/03/27: 5
          league kicks off at Woodlake, 1964/05/08: 5
          Little Bears win soft ball tourney, 1964/04/03: 5
          meet starts Sunday at Woodlake, 1964/03/06: 5
          second round play in tourney, 1964/03/20: 5
          slow pitch tourney under way, 1964/03/13: 5
          softball meet reset for March 8, 1964/02/28: 5
        Woodlake girls' softball league opens Friday night, 1964/05/01: 5
        Y-Ettes, girl softball team, takes Pleasanton, AFB girls, 1969/08/15: 5
      Goliad Pharmacy
        Hein "sets up" his Goliad Pharmacy team as it triumphs, 1940/08/16: 3
        upsets Lott's Grocery in exhibition tilt, 1938/05/06: 3
      Gra-Y Softball League
        Booker T. Washington School Gra-Y team is second in the league (photo), 1951/06/01: 5
        Grant Elementary wins league crown (photo), 1951/06/01: 5
        opens next week, 1952/04/11: 5
      Grand Prize Beer (1952)
        announces future games, 1952/05/23: 5
        another 'last' game Sunday between Sox and Prizers, 1952/10/24: 3
        Berclair beats SA Grand Prize, 1952/04/18: 5
        bows to Kerrville, 1952/06/13: 5
        Brooke Army Hospital, Grand Prize go again, 1952/09/05: 5
        Cardinals bow, 3-1, to Grand Prize, 1952/08/29: 5
        Cardinals try Grand Prize Sunday, 1952/08/22: 5
        clobbers Edna again, 1952/08/22: 5
        clobbers Pleasanton, 1952/07/04: 5
        conked by Kingsville, 1952/04/11: 5
        D'Hanis, Grand Prize play here Sunday, 1952/10/03: 5
        downs Pearsall Southern Select, 1952/08/01: 5
        Edna plays Grand Prize here Sunday, 1952/07/18: 5, 1952/08/08: 5
        Grand Prize, Kerrville to play here Sunday, 1952/06/20: 5
        Grand Prize, Sox tangle in grudge game Sunday, 1952/08/01: 5
        Grand Prize, Wonders beat each other, 1952/05/30: 5
        hands Rena's Young Wonders first loss, 1952/05/16: 5
        has Hondo for Labor Day, 1952/08/29: 5
        Hondo gets gift game from Grand Prize, 1952/05/16: 5
        Hondo puts whammy on Grand Prize, 1952/09/05: 5
        measures Kenedy, 8-4, 1952/09/26: 5
        outscored by Brooke, 1952/09/12: 5
        Pearsall Southern Select and SA Grand Prize vie Sun., 1952/07/25: 5
        plays Kerrville today, Yoakum Bees Sunday at Brooksdale, 1952/07/04: 5
        in practice game Sunday, 1952/03/28: 5
        Rena's, Grand Prize play Sunday, 1952/05/23: 5
        SA All-Stars dump Grand Prize, 8-2, 1952/11/07: 5
        SA Grand Prize tops Kenedy, 6-4, 1952/06/20: 5
        slaps Kerrville, 4-2, 1952/06/27: 5
        soaks Black Sox, 11-1, 1952/10/31: 5
        starts grind Sunday, 1952/03/14: 5
        swamps Yoakum Bees, 12-4, 1952/07/11: 5
        takes two from David the Cleaners, 1952/05/02: 5
        tries Kingsville there Sunday, 1952/04/04: 5
        tries powerful Pleasanton here Sunday, 1952/06/27: 5
        to try red hot Kenedy Panthers, conquerors of Hondo, 1952/09/19: 5
        to try San Antonio All-Stars again Sunday, 1952/11/07: 5
        two scheduled games rained out, 1952/04/25: 5
        wallops Lockhart, 1952/05/09: 5
        whips Sox, Medical Center, 1952/08/08: 5
        wins from D'Hanis, 6-3, 1952/10/10: 5
        Wonders, Grand Prize vie Sunday, 1952/10/17: 5
        Wonders tamed, 13-6, by Grand Prize, 1952/10/24: 3
      Grand Prize Beer (1953)
        anything to be expected as Hondo, Grand Prize play, 1953/06/12: 5
        biffs South Side Rebels, 1953/03/27: 5
        blanks New Braunfels, 1953/09/11: 5
        bows 8-5 to Corpus Blue Jays, 1953/08/14: 5
        bumps Edna, 10-3, 1952/08/15: 5
        Clay's Colts, Grand Prize battle Sunday, 1953/06/26: 5
        conked, 9-1, by Nube Blanca, 1953/06/26: 5
        David the Cleaner cleans Grand Prize in double-header, 1953/10/02: 5
        five-run fifth gives Mexican nine 9-7 win over Grand Prize, 1953/05/15: 5
        Grand Prize, BAH Cardinals mix Sunday, 1953/05/01: 5
        Grand Prize, David Cleaners in twin bill, 1953/09/25: 5
        Grand Prize, Rena's Wonders in diamond battle Sunday, 1953/04/17: 5
        Greer All Stars, Grand Prize set meetings, 1953/03/06: 5
        to have busy weekend, 1953/07/03: 5
        Hondo Stars beat Grand Prize 9-6 as ump changes strikeout decision, 1953/05/01: 5
        McGarity, Jodie, to be "dad" to Grand Prize mates Sunday, 1953/06/19: 5
        Nuevo Laredo to play Grand Prize Beer here Sunday, 1953/05/08: 5
        plaster Brooke Army Hospital Cardinals 19-3, 1953/05/08: 5
        plays Nixon here Sunday, 1953/05/15: 5
        Prizers, Corpus mix Sunday, 1953/08/28: 5
        Prizers, Hondo in rubber game Sunday, 1953/07/17: 5
        Prizers edged 3-2 by Cleaners, 1953/09/18: 5
        Prizers hand one to King Ranch Cowboys in ninth, 1953/07/31: 5
        pulverizes Piedras Negras, 1953/06/12: 6
        puts whammy on Nixon 8-1, 1953/05/22: 5
        routs Edna Legion, 13-1, 1953/08/21: 5
        SA Grand Prize, Merchants play in Seguin, 1953/06/12: 5
        seek revenge from Randolph SAM, 1953/08/21: 5
        Seguin Azteca clunks Grand Prize, 1953/08/07: 5
        Seguin Azteca tries Grand Prize Sunday, 1953/07/31: 5
        Sox bust Grand Prize again 7-5, 1953/09/11: 5
        Sox tag Grand Prize Beer men, 1953/09/04: 5
        spreads whitewash on Kenedy, 1953/06/05: 5
        tags Phillip's Place 9-5, 1953/07/10: 5
        tangles with Piedras Negras Sunday, 1953/06/05: 5
        tangles with Wenoha Indians Sunday, 1953/04/10: 5
        team meets Sunday, 1953/02/06: 5, 1953/02/13: 5, 1953/02/27: 5
        tries Cardinals Saturday; Hondo Stars Sunday, 1953/04/24: 5
        tries David Cleaners again, 1953/10/02: 5
        tries for victory against Edna, 1953/08/14: 5
        tries Kenedy Panthers Sunday, 1953/05/29: 5
        wallops Black Sox, 1953/04/10: 5
        wallops Hondo 12-5, 1953/07/24: 5
        washes out David, Grand Prize game reset for Sunday, 1953/10/09: 5
        wins pair in weekend, 1953/08/28: 5
        Wonders cooled by Grand Prize, 1953/04/24: 5
        wops Hondo All Stars, 1953/06/19: 5
      Grand Prize Beer (1954)
        Black Sox best Grand Prize and Greer's, 1954/07/09: 5
        Bombers, Grand Prize to battle Sunday, 1954/07/30: 5
        bows to Circle Grocers, 8-5, 1954/08/13: 5
        butterfingered Grand Prizers lose to Latins, 1954/04/23: 5
        clips Rena's Black Sox, 4-3, 1954/09/24: 8 (filmed in 10/01 issue)
        conks Edna Legion, 9-2, 1954/09/03: 5
        Corpus beats Grand Prize, June 19, leaves field while leading June 20, 1954/06/25: 5
        goes 11 innings to whip CC, 9-7, 1954/04/16: 5
        Grand Prize, Randolph Field meet Sunday, 1954/07/16: 5
        loses in Houston to Southern Select, 1954/06/18: 5
        loses to Kingsville, 1954/04/30: 5
        to meet February 15, 1954/02/12: 5
        meets Nuevo Laredo nine here Sun., 1954/06/04: 5
        Nuevo Laredo clips Grand Prize, 7-6, 1954/06/11: 5
        opens with Hondo Sunday, 1954/04/02: 5
        plays Edna here Sunday, 1954/08/27: 5
        plays Medical Field Service School Rockets, Sun., 1954/03/26: 5
        preps for season's first game on April 4, 1954/03/19: 5
        Randolph Field thumps Grand Prize, 13-5, 1954/07/23: 5
        Rena's Black Sox, Grand Prize go at it again, 1954/09/17: 5
        Rena's Black Sox paste Yoakum 8-1, Prizers, 10-1, 1954/09/10: 5
        Rena's Sox try Yoakum Sunday, Grand Prize Monday at Brooksdale, 1954/09/03: 5
        Sox meet Greer, Grand Prize during weekend, 1954/07/02: 5
        in spring grind Saturday, Sunday, 1954/03/12: 5
        takes on Nuevo Laredo Sun., 1954/06/25: 5
        thumps Corpus Christi, 12-7, 1954/05/07: 5
        tries Circle Grocers Sunday at Brooksdale Park, 1954/08/06: 5
        tries Corpus here Sunday, 1954/04/30: 5
        tries Latins Easter Sunday, 1954/04/16: 5
        tries Southern Select, Houston, 1954/05/14: 5
        trips Houston Southern Select, 1954/05/21: 5
        whammies Hondo, 12-2, in opener, 1954/04/09: 5
      Greer's All-Stars (1943)
        in series with La Junta, 1943/09/17: 5
      Greer's All-Stars (1944)
        All-Stars, Randolph Ramblers open season Sunday, 1944/04/07: 3
        All-Stars point for great ball season, 1944/03/24: 3
        to battle Tampico, Mexico, Monday, 1944/09/01: 3
        beat Corpus Christi again, 1944/05/26: 3
        beat Corpus Christi Black Buccaneers, 1944/04/21: 3
        blast Brooks Field Ganders, 1944/08/11: 3
        break even in Dallas twin bill, 1944/06/23: 3
        break even with Dallas Green Monarchs, 1944/07/07: 3
        clash with Corpus Christi Giants Sunday, 1944/05/19: 3
        Dallas Green Monarchs return Sunday for 3-game series, 1944/05/26: 3
        Dallas Green Monarchs take twin bill from All Stars, 1944/06/02: 3
        in even break with Monterrey, 1944/08/18: 3
        Forth Worth and Greer's Stars to try Monterrey in weekend of action, 1944/08/11: 3
        Greer to fete baseball team Dec. 23, 1944/12/15: 6
        Greer's nine starts spring training, 1944/03/03: 3
        hand pasting to Simmons Place, 1944/06/16: 3
        Holmes, Jack, resigns, 1944/06/23: 3
        Lonnie Greer gives banquet for team, 1944/12/29: 3
        look good in practice, 1944/03/31: 3
        lose to Randolph, 1944/04/14: 3
        meet fast Brooks Field Nine, tonight, 1944/08/04: 3
        Monterrey, Stars, Dallas Monarchs in weekend action, 1944/06/30: 3
        Monterrey All Stars down Greer's, Dallas Monarchs, 1944/07/07: 3
        nip Corpus, 3-2, 1944/05/12: 3
        Rosita Miners too tough for All Stars, 1944/05/05: 3
        Stars, Rosita Miners in three-game series, 1944/04/28: 3
        sweep road series, 1944/07/21: 3
        take sad one (over Dallas Green Monarch substitute team), 1944/06/02: 3
        Tampico team too much for local nines, 1944/09/08: 3
      Greer's All-Stars (1945)
        to Bastrop, 1945/07/20: 3
        beat Bastrop, 1945/07/27: 3, 1945/09/14: 3
        Dallas beats Stars, 3-2, after squabble about muddled schedule, 1945/04/13: 3
        in first tilt tonight with winner's of last night's game, 1945/04/06: 3
        first to beat Monterrey in US in six years, 1945/07/06: 3
        Greermen meet tough Valley team Sunday and Monday, 1945/06/01: 3
        Greermen tangle with Nuevo Laredo, Sunday, 1945/09/14: 3
        Greermen turn tables on Black Missions Monday night, 1945/08/10: 3
        Greer's, Monterrey in series, 1945/04/13: 3
        Greer's Cuban all stars blank Rocamontes Stars, 1945/08/17: 3
        Greer's Missions in grudge game, Sunday night, 1945/08/03: 3
        La Junta thrashes Greer's Stars, 7-2, 1945/08/24: 3
        lose to Bastrop Tigers, 5-1, 1945/10/19: 3
        lose to Monterrey, 1945/04/20: 3
        meet Laredo, Sunday, 1945/07/13: 3
        meet New Orleans Sunday and Monday, 1945/04/20: 3
        meet Nuevo Laredo Sunday and Monday, 1945/05/25: 3
        meet unbeaten Fort Worth in two-game series, 1945/05/04: 3
        Missions win comedy of errors from Greer All-Stars, 9 to 6, 1945/08/10: 3
        Monterrey, Greer's to meet Sept. 3, 1945/08/31: 3
        Monterrey cops two from Greermen, 4-0, 6-5, 1945/09/07: 3
        open with American Giant Nine, 1945/03/09: 3
        outlast Missions 10-8, 1945/06/08: 3
        play Monterrey and Tampico in four-game series, 1945/06/29: 3
        prepare for coming season, 1945/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue)
        Rosita, Greer's in three-game series, Oct. 7, 8, 1945/10/05: 3
        Rosita Miners take two of three-game series with Greer's, 1945/10/12: 3
        run amuck to snatch four straight on road, 1945/05/04: 3
        split with Fort Worth, 1945/05/11: 3
        Stars, Nuevo Laredo, break even in pair of thrilling overtime games, 1945/06/01: 3
        Stars prep for 1945 BB season, 1945/01/19: 3
        stop New Orleans Pelicans' win streak, 1945/04/27: 3
        tangle with Black Missions Sunday, 1945/05/18: 3
        tangle with La Junta, Monday, 1945/08/17: 3
        team meets Tuesday, 1945/02/02: 3
        Valdez, Charlie, pitches Greer's to 5-3 win over Nuevo Laredo, 1945/09/21: 3
        win, lose on road, 1945/08/03: 3
        win 48, lose 17, for team's best season, 1945/10/12: 2
      Greer's All-Stars (1946)
        dump Lockhart, 1946/07/26: 3
        Greer plans for BB season, 1946/01/25: 3
        Greer Stars, Simon's to meet Sunday, 1946/07/12: 3
        Greer's, Laredo meet Sunday, 1946/08/30: 3
        Greer's, Missions, Monterrey in 3-game series, 1946/05/17: 3
        Monterrey finishes fast, but loses to Greer, 1946/05/24: 3
        to open season April 20, 1946/03/15: 3
        Seguin beats Greer's, 1946/05/17: 3
        Simon's beats Greer's, 1946/07/19: 3
        Valdez to again toss for Greer's, 1946/02/01: 3
        Victoria, Greer's meet again Sunday, 1946/08/23: 3
        Victoria defeats Greer's, 1946/08/16: 4
        who won it; Lockhart Cubans or Greer All Stars, 1946/08/09: 3
      Greer's All-Stars (1947)
        See Baseball, San Antonio All-Stars (1947)
      Greer's All-Stars (1950)
        bump O'Connell Jewelry Sox, 1950/06/30: 3
        Cuban Eagles ousted from city tournament by Greer's All Stars, 1950/09/08: 5
        errors costly; Greermen bow to Pearsall 9-5, 1950/07/07: 3
        Green nine in finals of city baseball meet, 1950/10/13: 5
        Greer All Stars, O'Connell Sox battle in grudge game, 1950/06/23: 3
        Greermen win three in row, 1950/05/12: 3
        Greer's wallops S P Giants, 1950/08/04: 3
        Lockhart beats Greer's, 1950/06/02: 3
        O'Connell Sox, Greer's win in city tourney, 1950/10/06: 5
        O'Connell Sox trim Greer's All Stars, 7-4, 1950/09/08: 5
        play Colonial Cake Company Sunday, 1950/04/28: 3
        S P Giants edge out Greer's in tourney openers, 1950/08/25: 3
        split with Balboa; to play Monterrey two games Sunday, 1950/06/16: 3
      Greer's All-Stars (1951)
        Black Sox trounce Greermen, 1951/04/27: 5
        dance to follow Greer All-Star-Houston Cotton Clubber game Sun., 1951/08/24: 5
        depend on youth, 1951/08/24: 5
        in game and dance at Pleasanton, 1951/04/27: 5
        Giants out-hit, but conk Greer's, 1951/06/01: 5
        Greer's Stars to meet tonight, 1951/02/16: 5
        Lonnie Greer has June 19 special to Brenham, 1951/06/08: 7
        O'Connell Jewelry and Greer All Stars in "grudge game," 1951/04/27: 5
        play San Antonio Bombers Sunday, 1951/07/13: 5
        Sox blast Greer's 11-5 in finals, 1951/10/12: 5
        stars and SA Giants to mix, Sunday, 1951/05/25: 5
        start training grind, March 15, 1951/03/02: 5
        torrid mound duel expected in Sox-Greer game, Sunday, 1951/10/05: 5
      Greer's All-Stars (1952)
        Bombers conk Greer All Stars, SA Cats upset O'Connell Sox, 1952/07/11: 5
        edge Merchants, 5-3, in Seguin, 1952/06/27: 5
        Ernie Powell strikes out 19 as Greer's thumps Cats, 11-2, 1952/06/20: 5
        Greer's at Pittman-Sullivan Sunday, 1952/08/08: 5
        Greer's tries Rena's in loop game Sunday, 1952/07/18: 5
        Rena's Wonders conk Greer All-Stars, 8-5, in loop fracas, 1952/07/25: 5
        spring grind starts March 15, 1952/03/14: 5
        team meeting set for March 12, 1952/03/07: 5
        Wonders dump Greer's, 1952/07/04: 5
      Greer's All-Stars (1953)
        Brown, Marion, to manage Greer baseball team, 1953/11/20: 7
        Greer All Stars, Grand Prize set meetings, 1953/03/06: 5
        Greer calls baseball meeting for Tues., Jan. 20, 1953/01/16: 5
      Greer's All-Stars (1954)
        beat Yorktown, 1954/06/11: 5
        Black Sox best Grand Prize and Greer's, 1954/07/09: 5
        bow to Texas Consolidated Transporters, 3-0, 1954/06/25: 5
        Greermen grind starts March 20, 1954/03/19: 5
        Greer's, Latins split pair in fast action, 1954/05/28: 5
        Greer's, Texas Consolidated Transport tangle Sat., June 19, at Richter Field, 1954/06/18: 5
        Greer's Stars, SA Indians meet Sunday, 1954/04/23: 5
        hold first meeting of the season, 1954/01/22: 5
        Lonnie Greer to fete ball players, Jan. 14, 1954/01/08: 5
        open in Kerrville Sun., April 11, 1954/04/09: 5
        open subscription drive for team for financial support, 1954/02/19: 5
        plan game for May 23 at Mission Park, 1954/05/07: 5
        play in Mexico Sunday, 1954/06/04: 5
        play Mexican nine in 2 games Sunday at Mission Stadium, 1954/05/21: 5
        rained out in Kerrville; play in Hondo Sunday, 1954/04/16: 5
        Sox meet Greer, Grand Prize during weekend, 1954/07/02: 5
        start training grind Feb. 24, 1954/01/15: 5
        subscription drive goes on, 1954/02/26: 5
        tame Clay's Colts, 12-3, 1954/05/14: 5
        Universal City beats Greer's All Stars, 3-2, 1954/06/18: 5
      Greer's All-Stars (1955)
        Lonnie Greer seeks baseball players, manager, 1955/04/01: 5
      Greer's Black Sox (1955)
        Big John Henry Shaw silences Gonzales' bats; Sox win 9-2, 1955/07/29: 5
        Black Sox, fence-busting Gonzales Grays vie Sunday, 1955/07/22: 5
        Black Sox, Ramblers vie Sunday, 1955/09/09: 5
        Black Sox beat ex-Sox, 8-5, 1955/08/26: 5
        boot Uvalde, 12-9, 1955/08/05: 5
        Greermen play former Sox state champions of 1950, 1955/08/19: 5
        Greer's Sox whip socks off Rena's Sox 11-4, 1955/08/12: 5
        put double whammy on Clay's Colts, 1955/08/19: 5
        real grudge fight shapes up when Black Sox--Greer's and Rena's--meet, 1955/08/05: 5
        Sox, Ramblers go at it again, 1955/09/23: 5
      Guadalupe Valley Interscholastic Baseball League
        crowd of 850 attends GV Youth Day affair, 1958/09/05: 5
        district meeting held, 1956/03/16: 5
        G.V. youth baseball league maps plans for 1959 season, 1959/05/08: 5
        newly organized league goes into action, 1954/03/26: 5
        Seguin, Cuero play for title Saturday, 1956/05/18: 5
      Guadalupe Valley Youth Baseball League
        full day of events slated for GV Field Day, 1958/08/15: 5
      Gunter Hotel teams
        Gunter All Stars continue wins, 1933/06/09: 3
        Gunter Hotel Boys win against Phil Vance Orchestra, 1935/06/07: 3
        Phil Vance Orchestra loses against Gunter Hotel Boys, 1935/06/07: 3
      Has Beens
        Has Beens still are--Porters nose out better home in last inning, 1938/07/22: 31938/07/22: 3
        will try Porter A.C. in softball tilt, 1938/07/22: 31938/07/22: 3
      Hi-Y Club (Wheatley)
        See Phillis Wheatley High School
      Highland Inn spanked by Black Sox, 1961/08/18: 5
      Hill Country Baseball League
        See Baseball, Kerrville All-Stars and Hill Country Baseball League (1961)
        See Baseball, Kerrville All-Stars and Hill Country Baseball League (1962)
      Household Furniture
        and Joske Porters
          in benefit game tonight, 1940/07/26: 3
          Household BB nines on edge for Sunday's benefit game with Joske Porters, 1937/07/23: 3
          softballers to clash in orphanage benefit tilt, 1937/07/16: 3
        team goes to Gonzales, 1938/06/03: 3
        team revamped, seeks games, 1938/05/06: 3
      Houston Eagles
        Dodgers buy two Eagles, 1950/07/07: 7
        Houston drops two in row to Monterrey, 1949/09/09: 3
        Houston Eagles, Monterrey go at it again in September (photo), 1949/09/02: 3
        New Orleans Creoles meet Houston here Monday (photo), 1949/09/16: 3
        to play Monterrey Mexican champs in San Antonio, 1949/07/29: 3
      IDTRC, East End Monday AAA softball victors, 1947/06/13: 3
      Indians
        See Baseball, Black Indians
        See Baseball, San Antonio Indians
      Interracial Games at Lincoln Park (The Echo by V.C.B.), 1931/09/11: 1, 1932/07/22: 1
      interracial league formed, 1945/03/16: 3
      Interstate Theatre
        Alamo Jewelers nip Interstate, 1939/05/05: 3
        four runs in last inning give Majestic victory over Interstate, 1939/04/28: 3
        Interstate loses to Leonard's, 1939/05/19: 3
        upsets Lott's, 1939/05/12: 3
      Irvin, Monte
      Jay Birds
        Little Bugs, Jay Birds in second spots, 1953/07/17: 5
      Johnson, Carlton, to field two SA baseball teams, 1949/01/28: 3
      Joshua, Joe ("Zigaboo"), wins state baseball tournament award, 1948/07/30: 3
      Joske Porters
        dump Ritz to take lead in battle for Softball League crown, 1937/07/16: 3
        Porters, Household B.B. nines on edge for Sunday's benefit game, 1937/07/23: 3
        Porters, Household in benefit game tonight, 1940/07/26: 3
        Porters and Household softballers to clash in orphanage benefit tilt, 1937/07/16: 3
      Joske Wizards no match for Jewelers, 1939/07/21: 3
      Junior King and His Court
        See Baseball, King and His Court
      Junior Softball League
        See also Baseball, City Recreation-Alamo Kiwanis Baseball Leagues, standings
        Braves and Eaglets are midget, junior baseball champs, 1948/09/03: 3
        Braves on top in junior league, 1953/08/07: 5
        junior softballers to end regular schedule Saturday, 1948/06/25: 3
        party climaxes kid baseball season (photo), 1953/08/28: 5
        results/standing/schedules, 1954/07/16: 5, 1954/07/23: 5, 1954/07/30: 5
        two games in softball loop Wednesday, 1950/06/30: 3
        weiner roast set for midget, junior baseballers, 1953/08/21: 5
        West End, YMCA win in softball league, 1950/07/07: 3
        West End heads for softball league title, 1950/07/28: 3
        Wheatley Courts takes top spot in Junior Loop, 1948/06/11: 3
      Junior Softball Tournament, sponsored by Youth Opportunities Program and the City Recreation Division, 1969/06/20: 5
      Keefe Mixers
        See Baseball, V. J. Keefe Mixers
      Kelly Field teams
      Kenwood Roadrunners
        hammered by San Antonio All-Stars, 1960/07/22: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox sweep twin bill, 1969/05/23: 5
          Black Sox to to play Kenwood, San Marcos Sunday, 1969/05/16: 5
          Sox bow to Roadrunners in 13-inning thriller, 1960/06/17: 5
        San Antonio Yankees
          Yankees sweep doubleheader, 1969/06/27: 5
          Yankees to play doubleheader Sunday, 1969/06/20: 5
          Yanks meet Kenwood Roadrunners and Austin Aztecs in Sunday twin bill, 1970/06/19: 5
      Kerrville All-Stars (1964)
        San Antonio Black Sox
          face Kerrvill All Stars here, 1964/08/14: 5
          finally handle Kerrville, 1964/08/21: 5
          Kerrville tries for two straight over Black Sox, 1964/07/24: 5
          Sox, Kerrville meet here Sunday, 1964/07/03: 5
          try for 11 straight with Kerrville, 1964/05/29: 5
      Kerrville All-Stars (1965)
        San Antonio Black Sox
          host Kerrville in baseball opener, 1965/04/02: 5
          meet Kerrville All Stars here, 1965/03/26: 5
          Sox blank Kerrville in opener, 1965/04/09: 5
        San Antonio Yankees meet Kerrville Sunday, 1965/05/07: 5
      Kerrville All-Stars and Hill Country Baseball League (1961)
        All-Stars again in league, 1961/03/10: 5
        beat Harper Wolves in Hill Country loop tilt, 1961/04/28: 5
        bow to Boerne, 12-6 in league opener, 1961/04/07: 5
        Camp Stanley wallops Kerrville, 14-5, 1961/05/12: 5
        equipment stolen, 1961/06/30: 5
        Helotes Eagles
          17 walks give Helotes victory over Kerrville, 1961/04/21: 5
          claw Kerrville All-Stars for second time, 1961/06/09: 5
          Kerrville dusts off Helotes, 1961/07/28: 5
        Pat's Place blanks All-Stars, 1961/05/19: 5
        tame Kerrville Kats in Hill Country League, 1961/05/05: 5
        unsteady Kerrville powdered by Fredricksburg Giants, 1961/04/14: 3
      Kerrville All-Stars and Hill Country Baseball League (1962)
        All-Star game set for Sunday in Fredericksburg, 1962/06/01: 5
        All-Stars lose thriller to Harper Wolves, 3-1, 1962/05/11: 5
        Boerne White Sox
          All-Stars lose opener to Boerne White Sox, 11-2, 1962/04/20: 5
          early inning jinx dogs All-Stars as they are edged by Boerne, 1962/08/03: 5
        Camp Stanley Defenders
          All Stars lose to Camp Stanley Defenders and remains in Hill Country League cellar, 1962/05/25: 5
          winning streak stopped at five with loss to Camp Stanley Defenders, 8-3, 1962/07/20: 5
        Comfort Falcons beaten when All-Stars win scoring duel, 1962/06/29: 5
        Denver Heights
          All-Stars play against Denver Heights Bears Sunday, 1962/08/24: 5
          All-Stars whipped by Denver Heights Tigers, 9-7, 1962/08/10: 5
        Fredericksburg Giants
          All-Stars eke out home-opener against Fredericksburg, 13-11, 1962/04/27: 3
          get 19-5 win over Kerrville, 1962/06/22: 5
          home opener of All-Stars against Fredericksburg Giants set for Sunday, 1962/04/20: 5
        Harper Cubs
          All-Stars win over Harper Cubs, 7-4, 1962/07/06: 5
          lose to Kerrville All-Stars, 7-4, 1962/07/06: 5
        Helotes Indians
          All-Stars outscore Helotes, 6-5, in Hill Country League fracas, 1962/06/29: 5
          Kerrville loses to Helotes Indians, 7-2, 1962/05/04: 5
        Kerrville Eagles plastered by All-Stars, 8-2, 1962/08/24: 5
        Kerrville Kats
          All-Stars whip Kerrville Kats in loop tilt, 1962/07/13: 5
          with Kerrville All-Stars, share cellar spot in the Hill Country League, 1962/05/18: 5
        Pat's Cubs (Fredericksburg)
          All-Stars whip Pat's Cubs of Fredericksburg, 13-11, 1962/06/01: 5
          Kerrville loses bid for league playoff to Pat's Cubs, 1962/07/27: 5
        San Antonio Bees sting Kerrville All-Stars, 6-5, 1962/09/28: 6
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Kerrville and Sox in tie, play again Sunday, 1962/09/14: 5
          Kerrville hosts San Antonio Black Sox Sunday, 1962/09/07: 5
          Sox and Kerrville try to settle something on Sunday, 1962/10/12: 5
          Sox win finale from Kerrville All-Stars, 10-6, 1962/10/19: 5
        Seguin Blue Jays
          All-Stars dump Seguin Blue Jays, again, 19-7, 1962/04/13: 3
          Kerrville and Blue Jays meet in Sunday opener, 1962/03/30: 5
      Kerrville All-Stars and Hill Country Baseball League (1963)
        Boerne White Sox
          dump Kerrville All-Stars, 7-1, 1963/04/19: 5
          whip Kerrville 9-4, 1963/06/14: 5
        Fredericksburg Giants wallop Kerrville, 1963/04/26: 5, 1963/06/21: 5
        Harper Giants
          All-Stars post first win, beat Harper, 21-12, 1963/05/10: 4
        Helotes Hawks take Kerrville All-Stars, 4-3, 1963/05/03: 3
        improved All-Stars aim for HC League title, 1963/03/22: 5
        Kerrville Kats
          All-Stars wallop Kats, 18-4, 1963/04/12: 5
          All-Stars whip Kats, 5-3, 1963/05/17: 5
        Pat's Cubs (Fredericksburg) defeat All-Stars 7-2, 1963/05/31: 5
        prepare for Hill Country loop play with training, 1963/03/08: 5
        San Antonio Black Hawks
          All-Stars test their strength on SA Black Hawks Sunday, 1963/03/29: 5
          fail to show for game with All-Stars, 1963/04/05: 5
        South All-Stars defeats North All-Stars in annual Hill Country League game, 1963/06/07: 5
      Kerrville Indians
        no-hitter sinks SA Indians 11-0, 1963/06/14: 5
        San Antonio Bees take twin bill from Kerrville, 1963/08/02: 5
      Kerrville Red Sox whipped by SA Eagles, 1960/08/05: 5
      Kid Baseball (1951)
        See also Baseball, City Recreation - Alamo Kiwanis Club League
        See also Baseball, Little League
        interest high in new kids baseball league, 1951/07/13: 5
        kid baseball league ends in stalemate, 1951/08/31: 5
        kid baseball league enters home stretch, 1951/08/17: 5
        kids play All-Star game Sun., 1951/08/10: 5
        Little Brown Bugs come back to cop kid BB crown, 1951/09/07: 5
        Little Brown Bugs hot in opening league play, 1951/07/06: 5
        opening game in kid baseball league set for Monday, July 2, 1951/06/29: 5
        Rec-Kiwanis wins kid all-star game, 1951/08/17: 5
        SA kids baseball league will get under way, next week, 1951/06/22: 5
        second divisioners "come on," leaders conked in kid baseball, 1951/07/27: 5
        Sheppard, William, hits .607 in kid baseball, 1951/08/31: 5
        small fry all-star game set, 1951/08/03: 5
        small fry baseball league to be organized, 1951/05/25: 5
        West End, Dodgers, Little Bugs still tops in kid baseball loop, 1951/07/20: 5
      Kid Baseball (1954)
        4-H Club nearly "in" as Seguin youth champs, 1954/08/06: 5
        4-H Clubbers on top in Seguin Kid Baseball, 1954/06/25: 5
        4-H club leads Seguin youth baseball league, 1954/07/23: 5
        no hitter hurled in Seguin Kid Baseball league, 1954/06/18: 5
        Reed's Hornets nip 4-H club in Seguin youth baseball, 1954/07/02: 5
        Seguin Kid Baseball gets under way, 1954/06/11: 5
      kid teams in split series (summary of a multiple leagues), 1960/06/17: 5
      King and His Court
        See also Baseball, Washington Brothers (four-man team)
        appears in SA April 20 (photo), 1954/04/16: 7
        Coleman Studio beats famed King and His Court, 1954/04/30: 5
        four-man team vies with Lindbergh Park, 1953/05/29: 5
        to play Real Tailors (photo), 1953/05/08: 5
        Real Tailors will meet champion four-man softball team, 1953/05/01: 5
      King's Men Park set for triple bill Sunday, 1963/05/31: 5
      King's Men Young Wonders
        See also Baseball, Blair New's Young Wonders (1958)
        See also Baseball, Rena's Young Wonders (1958)
        Cardona Welders
          Wonders edge Cardona Welders, 5-4, 1963/04/12: 5
          Wonders lose to Lockhart, take on Cardona Welders, 1963/06/14: 5
          Wonders lose to Longhorn Exporters, 7-6; try Cardona Welders Sunday, 1963/04/05: 5
          Wonders try Temple-Taylor after setback at hands of Cardona Welders, 15-0, 1963/06/21: 5
        Lockhart
          Wonders lose to Lockhart, take on Cardona Welders, 1963/06/14: 5
          Wonders upset by Saspamco Red Sox 15-5; play Lockhart Tigers Sunday, 1963/06/07: 5
        Longhorn Exporters
          Wonders lose to Longhorn Exporters, 7-6; try Cardona Welders Sunday, 1963/04/05: 5
          Wonders meet Longhorn Exporters at King's Men Park, 1963/03/29: 5
        Oakland
          Wonders rip Oakland, 13-2; try Schulenburg next, 1963/05/24: 5
          Wonders try Oakland-Schulenburg, 1963/05/17: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          blister Young Wonders, 14-3, 1963/05/03: 3
          thump Wonders, 1963/07/19: 5
          Wonders and Black Sox go for it Sunday, 1963/04/26: 5
          Wonders try Black Sox Sunday, 1963/07/12: 5
        San Antonio Indians
          Wonders meet San Antonio Indians, 1963/04/12: 5
          Wonders win over San Antonio Indians, 8-7, play Hondo Bears Sunday, 1963/04/19: 5
        Saspamco Red Sox upset Wonders 15-5, 1963/06/07: 5
        Schulenburg
          Schulenburg, Wonders in return game, 1963/06/28: 5
          Wonders edge Schulenburg, clip Temple, 1963/06/28: 5
          Wonders rip Oakland, 13-2; try Schulenburg next, 1963/05/24: 5
          Wonders try Oakland-Schulenburg, 1963/05/17: 5
        Temple
          Wonders edge Schulenburg, clip Temple, 1963/06/28: 5
          Wonders try Temple-Taylor after setback at hands of Cardona Welders, 15-0, 1963/06/21: 5
      Knot Hole Gang
        "first" Knot Hole Gang not first, 1950/04/14: 3
      Kress Cafeteria
        blasts Lott's in upset of year, 10-8, 1940/07/12: 3
        crushed by Jewelers, 1940/07/26: 3
        draws first fine of season, 1940/05/24: 3
        nips Majestic Man's Shop, 1940/06/14: 3
        swamped by Majestic, 1940/08/02: 3
        wallops Plaza, 1940/06/07: 3
        whips Plaza, 6-3, 1940/07/12: 3
      L and S Club (1947)
        Austin, L and S play July 16, 1947/07/11: 3
        bops Kelly Bombers as softball opens, 1947/06/06: 3
        GIs bow to L and S, 1947/06/27: 3
        hard ballers to try Victoria Sunday, 1947/07/25: 3
        has trouble with Alamo Barber College, 1947/06/27: 3
        L and S, Bombers to battle tonight, 1947/06/13: 3
        mangles Kelly Bombers, 1947/06/20: 3
        to play Austin, 1947/07/04: 3
        stumbles by St. Philip's, 1947/07/18: 3
        tries hard ball, beats New Mexican Nine, 1947/07/11: 4
      L and S Householders (1948)
        beat Dilley, 3-2, 1948/07/16: 3
        beat Llano, 1948/05/07: 3
        Brooks tamed by L and S, 1948/04/02: 3
        darkness ends game as L and S rallies to tie Kelly Clippers, 1948/04/30: 3
        dump Taylor Tigers again, 1948/06/25: 3
        Hilliard, "Sore Arm," gives three hits as Household blanks Losoya, 1948/05/28: 3
        Kelly Clippers
          Clippers to play L & S July 18, 1948/07/16: 3
          and L and S Householders to tangle Sunday, 1948/04/23: 3
        L and S, Warriors to play Sunday, 1948/06/18: 3
        put whammy on Taylor, 14-4, 1948/06/04: 3
        rout Lockhart Cubans, 1948/06/11: 3
        tangle with New Mexico Cafe, 1948/10/08: 3
        try Wichita Red Sox Sunday, 1948/05/21: 3
        wallop Llano again, 1948/05/14: 3
        wallop San Antonio Bombers, 1948/08/27: 3
        will clash with Brooks Field on improved Brooksdale field, 1948/03/26: 3
      Leonard's Pharmacy
        blasts Majestic, 1939/05/12: 3
        bumps Nestle Inn; takes undisputed hold on top place, 1939/05/19: 3
        dumps St. Philip's twice to set league pace, 1936/06/05: 3
        dumps West End Taxi's twice for city softball crown, 1936/07/24: 3
        Interstate loses to Leonard's, 1939/05/19: 3
        leads soft ball loop; win eight straight, 1935/05/17: 3
        Leonard's Pharmacy and West End Taxi softball series, 1936/07/03: 3
        Lott's fight determinedly, but Leonard's win again, 1935/06/07: 3
        out-hits Lott, 1939/06/02: 3
        routs Majestic Man's Shop, 1939/06/30: 3
        softball series between Leonard's Pharmacy and West End Taxi, 1936/07/10: 3
        to state softball meet in Fort Worth, 1937/09/03: 3
        stomps Austin soft-ballers for SW Texas championship; pill rollers outclass Capital City boys in titular clash on Independence Day, 23-5, 15-13, 1935/07/12: 3
        Waiters, Leonard's must replay disputed game, 1939/08/18: 3
        whips Waiters, 1939/05/05: 3
      Ligon's All Stars
        of Hondo, travel 177,380 miles, play 453 games in three years, 1950/04/21: 3
        play against Fred's Place, winners of the Spanish-American League (photo), 1950/09/08: 5
        winners of 133 of 150 games this year, play here, Sunday, 1950/09/08: 5
      Lincoln Courts
        Boys Club, Lincoln tie for 'Y' title, 1946/09/13: 3
        Lincoln Courts, EE, win YMCA league tilts, 1946/06/21: 3
      Lincoln Field activities, 1931/05/29: 3
      Lincoln Field Athletics
        defeat Pleasonton, 1931/08/14: 3
        Lincoln Field Athletics win Sunday (photo), 1932/07/22: 3
        will play SA White Barbers (photo), 1931/11/06: 3
      Lincoln Giants
        Camp Stanley nine trips Lincoln Giants 9-8, 1935/07/19: 3
        Lincoln Giants, Camp Stanley clash Sunday, 1935/07/12: 3
        Lincoln Giants, win 5-2; forge ahead in series with CCC, 1935/07/26: 3
      Lincoln Heights
        BC hot, Lincoln Heights unbeaten in Junior League, 1947/06/20: 5
        junior league aggregation (photo), 1947/07/25: 5
        upsets Wheatley Courts, 1947/06/06: 3
      Lincoln Heights Courts (girls team)
        batters hot in Thursday AAA games, 1942/05/29: 3
        Lincoln girls bop Acorns, 1942/06/12: 3
        win wild Monday night game, 1942/06/12: 3
      Lincoln Park baseball field
      Lincoln Park leagues
        See Lincoln Park, baseball
      Little Eagles
        Little Eagles stay on top, 1953/07/10: 5
        still unbowed in midget baseball loop, 1953/08/07: 5
        win sixteenth straight game, 1953/08/21: 5
      Little Eaglets lead midget loop, 1953/06/26: 5
      Little Jesse's Lounge
        Indians and Little Jesse's Lounge battle Sunday, 1962/03/16: 5
        Indians and Little Jesse's Lounge in wet stalemate, 1962/03/23: 5
      Little Junior Baseball League
        Desch, E. A., pulls La Vernia Stars from league, but challenges junior clubs to games, 1952/05/16: 5
        effort made to form Little Junior BB loop by E. A. Desch of La Vernia, 1952/04/04: 5
      Little League
        See also Baseball, Seguin Youth Baseball League
        See also Lincoln Park, baseball
        Seguin Little League to open Wednesday, June 2, 1954/05/28: 5
      Little League (1954)
        Brown Bugs cop Little League title, 1954/09/03: 5
        plans readied for 1954 Little League baseball action in SA, 1954/06/11: 5
        results/schedule/standings, 1954/07/23: 5, 1954/08/06: 5
        schedule, 1954/07/30: 5
      Little League (1955)
        17 kid teams in action, 1955/06/03: 5
        kid all-star game today, 1955/07/15: 5
        kid baseball has big season, 1955/08/19: 5
        Negro Little League team competes in Florida state meet, 1955/09/02: 4
        Negro teams in Arkansas Little League tourney, 1955/09/02: 4
        plans being readied for Little League play, 1955/05/27: 5
        results/schedule/standings, 1955/06/10: 5, 1955/06/17: 5, 1955/06/24: 5, 1955/07/08: 5, 1955/07/15: 5, 1955/07/22: 5, 1955/07/29: 5
        San Antonio (NAACP nine) evens kid baseball series with Seguin, 1955/09/02: 5
        Washington Stars to play Gonzales Saturday night, 1955/08/05: 5
      Little League (1956)
        Boston Little League quits national body because of discrimination, 1956/03/30: 6
        Little League All-Stars make Sutton Homes Rockets quit, 1956/08/17: 5
        Little League and Pony League All-Star games set for next week at Lindbergh, 1956/08/03: 5
        NAACP, Brown Bugs lead Kid Baseball leagues, 1956/06/22: 5
        plans for organization projected, 1956/09/21: 5
        plans readied for summer play, 1956/05/04: 5
        play set for June 11, 1956/06/01: 5
        Pony All-Stars bop NAACP, 1956/08/17: 5
        results/schedule/standings, 1956/06/29: 5, 1956/07/06: 5, 1956/07/13: 5, 1956/07/20: 5, 1956/07/27: 5, 1956/08/03: 5, 1956/08/10: 5
        SA kid baseball winds up Friday, 1956/08/17: 5
      Little League (1957)
        All-Star game
          Brown Bugs, YMCA given lumps in All-Star games, 1957/08/09: 5
          kid All-Star games start next week, 1957/07/26: 5
        Kiwanis holds picnic to end Little and Pony League program, 1957/08/16: 5
        Kiwanis kid BB picnic attended by 400, 1957/08/23: 3
        Kiwanis Little and Pony Leagues program readied, 1957/04/05: 5
        Kiwanis Pony and Little Leagues set, 1957/05/10: 5
        Little League boys to enroll on March 9, 1957/03/01: 5
        Little League meets again Saturday, 1957/03/22: 5
        140 register for Little League, 1957/03/29: 5
        plans set for joint S.A.-Seguin kid baseballers field day Monday, 1957/08/30: 5
        play gets under way in Little and Pony Leagues, 1957/06/14: 5
        pro baseballers greet Little Leaguers at Pittman-Sullivan Park Saturday, 1957/03/08: 5
        results/schedules/standings, 1957/06/21: 5, 1957/06/28: 5, 1957/07/05: 5, 1957/07/12: 5, 1957/07/19: 5, 1957/07/26: 5, 1957/08/02: 5, 1957/08/09: 5
        seek H. S. boys for managers, 1957/04/05: 5
        Seguin and S.A. kid loops co-sponsor Labor Day outing in Seguin, 1957/08/16: 5
        sponsors, funds urgent needs as Little Leaguers sign up, 1957/03/15: 5
      Little League (1958)
        area Little League planned with five cities, 1958/06/06: 5
        baseball tryouts set for Saturday, 1958/03/14: 5
        Holy Redeemer holds regular meeting Saturday, 1958/07/25: 5
        kid baseballers perform for sponsors Saturday, 1958/05/30: 5
        play to start Saturday, 1958/05/16: 5
        Red Feather Baseball League
          playoff starts in kid baseball, 1958/08/08: 5
          rain washes out kid league playoff game, 1958/08/15: 5
      Little League (1959)
        Boys Club All Stars play Monterey, Mexico's world champion Little Leaguers, 1959/07/24: 5
        play ends for season, 1959/08/28: 5
      Little League (1966)
        Kelly airmen see title for their Little Leaguers, The Jets, 1966/06/24: 5
      Little League World Series, Williamsport, PA, no-hit hurler of Kankakee, IL, beaten for crown by no-hitter San Jose, CA, 1962/08/31: 5
      "Little World" softball tourney in Austin, Sept. 3-4, 1950/08/25: 3
      Longhorn Cement Exporters (1962-1963)
        King's Men Young Wonders lose to Longhorn Exporters, 7-6, 1963/04/05: 5
        meet King's Men Young Wonders at King's Men Park, 1963/03/29: 5
        split double-header with San Antonio Bees, 1962/07/27: 5
      Longhorn Cement Exporters (1965)
        Black Sox meet Longhorn Exporters and Luling Oilers in double-header, 1967/07/07: 5
        Black Sox sock Longhorn Exporters, 1965/05/07: 5
        Exporters meet Black Sox, 1965/04/30: 5
      Longhorn Cement Exporters (1968)
        Black Sox sweep twin bill of San Antonio Exporters and Luling Oilers, 1968/06/07: 5
        Black Sox try Exporters, Luling Oilers Sunday, 1968/05/31: 5
        Sox play Exporters, Seguin Aztecs Sunday, 1968/07/26: 5
        Sox trip Exporters, but bow to Seguin, 1968/08/02: 5
      Longhorn Cement Exporters (1969)
        Black Sox take on Austin Aztecs, Exporters, 1969/07/25: 5
        Black Sox to battle Austin Aztecs, Longhorn Exporters, Sunday, 1969/06/27: 5
        Sox beat Aztecs, Exporters for victories no. 23, 24, 1969/08/01: 5
        Sox win one (Longhorn Explorers), lose one (Austin Aztecs), 1969/07/04: 5
      Longhorn Cement Exporters (1970)
        Black Sox whip Austin Indians, 12-1, and SA Exporters, 9-0, 1970/04/10: 5
        play against San Antonio Black Sox Sunday, 1970/04/03: 5
        Sox beat Longhorn Exporters, 8-7, 1970/06/19: 5
        Sox play Longhorn Exporters and Austin Indians on Sunday, 1970/04/03: 5
        Sox try Floresville and Longhorn Exporters, 1970/06/12: 5
      Lorden, William A., former Wileyite, succumbs, 1931/08/14: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1935)
        fight determinedly, but Leonard's win again, 1935/06/07: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1938)
        adds Louis Polk, 1938/05/13: 3
        does it to Waiters, 1938/06/03: 3
        dumps undefeated Waiters in softball standout, 1938/07/29: 3
        Goliad Pharmacy upsets Lott's Grocery in exhibition tilt, 1938/05/06: 3
        takes Lanier with homers, 1938/05/20: 3
        wins four in one day, 1938/06/10: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1939)
        beats Alamo Jewelers, 1939/07/07: 3
        deadlocks with Alamo Jewelers, 1939/04/21: 3
        dumps Leonard's, 1939/07/21: 3
        dumps Majestic Man's Shop, 1939/05/05: 3
        snows under Nestle Inn, 1939/06/02: 3
        whips Jewelers, 1939/08/25: 3
        whips Waiters, 1939/07/14: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1940)
        battles Jewelers for city crown, 1940/08/09: 3
        battles Jewelers Monday for AAA softball leadership, 1940/06/14: 3
        battles way to finals in playoff, 1940/08/23: 3
        blasts Jewelers' dream of perfect season in last AAA league game, 1940/08/09: 3
        blasts Waiters, 1940/06/28: 3
        cops another win over Kress Cafeteria, 1940/05/24: 3
        dumps Majestic Man's Shop, 1940/05/24: 3
        gets six in a row taking Black's Grocery, 1940/06/14: 3
        grabs fourth straight from ABC Garage, 1940/05/31: 3
        Jewelers, Lott's in softball finals; city championship may be decided Mon. nite, at least, Thursday, 1940/08/23: 3
        makes Plaza holler "uncle," 1940/07/26: 3
        pounds out win over Black's, and ties up series, 1940/08/23: 3
        wins again from Plaza Hotel, 1940/06/07: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1941)
        Alamo Jewelers, Lott's in playoff finals, 1941/08/15: 3
        Lotts, Boys Club, get gift games with drop out of Kelly field, 1941/08/01: 3
        meets Jewelers Thursday in crucial game, 1941/07/11: 3
        Miles' four-hit flipping gives Lott's win over Majestic, 1941/06/06: 3
        nips Majestic, Alamos trample Cobb's in playoff openers, 1941/08/15: 3
        plays Alamo for title Monday, 1941/08/01: 3
        swamps Boys Club, 1941/06/13: 3
        whips Alamo to take strangle hold on leadership, 1941/06/27: 3
        wins two in row to take over AAA lead, 1941/06/20: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1942)
        Alamo-Lott's play in semi-finals, 1942/07/31: 3
        batters hot in Thursday AAA games, 1942/05/29: 3
        bows to Majestic Man's shop in one of feature games of year, 1942/07/17: 3
        Duncan Field, Grocers to battle it out for AAA championship, 1942/08/14: 3
        Duncan gets Majestic in last inning, Lott's bops Jewelers to make finals, 1942/08/21: 3
        Lincoln blasted by Lott's, 1942/07/17: 3
        Majestic and Lott's win opening tilts as playoff series gets under way, 1942/08/14: 3
        runs wild in last frame to whip Duncan in first game of title play, 1942/08/21: 3
        stops Majestic; no undefeated team in AAA as grocerymen blasts shop boys, 1942/06/12: 3
        take weird game from Lincoln Heights Courts, 1942/06/05: 3
        wins city softball championship, 1942/08/28: 3
      Lott's Grocery (1943)
        Lott's, Majestic Man's Shop softballers merge to form all-star team, 1943/04/09: 3
      Majestic Man's Shop (1938)
        team is threat in softball loop, 1938/07/22: 3
      Majestic Man's Shop (1939)
        Alamo Jewelers bow to fast coming Majestic, 1939/07/14: 3
        beats Lott's again, 1939/07/21: 3
        beats Lott's Grocery, 1939/07/14: 3
        beats Waiters for fifth straight win, 1939/07/28: 3
        four runs in last inning give victory over Interstate, 1939/04/28: 3
        Nestle Inn and Majestic in deadlock, 1939/05/05: 3
        nips Interstate, 1939/06/02: 3
        stops Nestle Inn, 1939/07/07: 3
        takes four straight games, 1939/07/21: 3
      Majestic Man's Shop (1940)
        gets into win column over Plaza Hotel, 1940/05/24: 3
        routs Plaza, 1940/07/12: 3
        upsets Lott's, 1940/07/05: 3
        Waiters vie for playoff spot, as Waiters knock selves out of cinch, 1940/08/02: 3
      Majestic Man's Shop (1941)
        Boys Club makes Majestic hustle for 7-6 win, 1941/06/13: 3
        Lott's nips Majestic, Alamos trample Cobb's in playoff openers, 1941/08/15: 3
        one big inning left to strangle Lott's, 1941/07/18: 3
        routs Jewelers: haberdashery boys at top of their game, 1941/07/25: 3
        Shoppers upset Alamo Jewelers, 1941/06/06: 3
        swamps Boys Club, 1941/07/11: 3
        wins over Cobb's, 1941/06/27: 3
        wins three straight to get into AAA title picture, 1941/06/13: 3
      Majestic Man's Shop (1942)
        Alamo, Majestic Man's Shop battle, court awards to be made, 1942/05/08: 3
        Duncan Field-Majestic play in semi-finals, 1942/07/31: 3
        extra inning battle goes to shop boys, 1942/05/22: 3
        Lott's bows to Majestic Man's shop in one of feature games of year, 1942/07/17: 3
        Majestic and Lott's win opening tilts as playoff series gets under way, 1942/08/14: 3
        Man Shoppers smother airport boys to grab league lead, 1942/06/05: 3
        to try Kelly Field Sunday, 1942/07/17: 3
      Majestic Man's Shop (1943)
        Lott's, Majestic Man's Shop softballers merge to form all-star team, 1943/04/09: 3
      major leagues
      Marlin Eagles (East Side Baseball League), 1966
        Bugs nip Eagles to keep record clean, 1966/05/20: 5
        get 8-7 win over West Side All Stars, 1966/06/10: 5
        outlast Denver Heights Bears, 1966/06/17: 5
      mayor to open night soft ball play with pitch, 1938/05/06: 3
      McDonough Brothers Pirates (1962-1964)
        Black Sox go on doubles binge in last of ninth, come from behind to win, 1964/07/24: 5
        Black Sox try McDonough Brothers Sunday, 1964/07/17: 5
        McDonough takes Black Sox, 7-2, 1962/08/31: 5
        meet SA Black Sox Sunday, 1962/08/24: 5
      Midget League
        Boys Club cops Midget softball championship, 1948/09/03: 3
        Boys Club forms Midget league, 1948/05/07: 3
        Braves and Eaglets are midget, junior baseball champs, 1948/09/03: 3
        Lincoln Park All Stars lead Midget League, 1948/07/02: 3
        Little Eagles still unbowed in midget baseball loop, 1953/08/07: 5
        party climaxes kid baseball season (photo), 1953/08/28: 5
        weiner roast set for midget, junior baseballers, 1953/08/21: 5
      Miles Humble Oilers (1956)
        and Austin Palominos
          cop twin bill over Ramblers, 3-1, and Austin Palominos, 13-2, 1956/07/27: 5
          Oilers boil Corpus, try Austin Sunday, 1956/07/20: 5
          Oilers play Austin Palominos Sunday, July 22, 1956/07/20: 5
          tame Austin Palominos, 6-5, 1956/06/01: 5
        beat Kingsville, 1956/07/13: 5
        bust Circle Grocery, 1956/04/13: 5
        bust Colts, 1956/06/22: 5
        conk Randolph, 1956/06/15: 5
        Fat and Forty game
          being organized by John ("Sonny Boy") Miles of Miles Oilers, 1956/06/15: 7
          tilt planned by Miles Oilers and Black Sox, 1956/08/24: 5
        and Hondo Bears
          Hondo Bears and Miles Oilers battle Sunday, 1956/09/14: 6
          Hondo nips Oilers, 8-7, 1956/08/03: 5
        Oilers and Circle Grocery end season Sun., 1956/09/28: 5
        to play in Floresville Sunday, 1956/03/23: 5
        play Mexican nine Sunday, 1956/04/27: 5
        and San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox, Oilers in holiday weekend series, Sept. 2, 3, 1956/08/31: 5
          Oilers, Sox divide series, 1956/09/07: 5
        and San Antonio Ramblers
          cop twin bill over Ramblers, 3-1, and Austin Palominos, 13-2, 1956/07/27: 5
          meet in winner-takes-all fray, 1956/06/08: 5
          Oilers and Ramblers in head-knocking Sun., 1956/08/10: 5
          Oilers even series with Ramblers, 1956/08/31: 5
          Oilers stomp Ramblers to explode invincibility myth, 1956/06/15: 5
          Ramblers edge Oilers; manager Monroe Ellison goes to the Oilers, 1956/08/17: 5
          in second game of series Sunday, 1956/08/24: 5
        scalp SA Indians, 12-3, 1956/07/06: 5
        see action Sunday with King's Ice House nine, 1956/03/16: 5
        tryouts set for Sunday, 1956/03/02: 5
        and Uvalde
          Oilers biff Uvalde Sox, 9-4, 1956/04/06: 5
          Oilers play Uvalde here Sunday, 1956/03/30: 5
          Uvalde snaps Oilers victory streak, 1956/04/27: 5
        and Wheatley Heights
          Oilers clobber Wheatley Heights, 1956/06/08: 5
          Wheatley Heights clobbers Oilers, 1956/05/11: 5
      Miles Humble Oilers (1957)
        and Boerne White Sox
          biff Boerne White Sox, 11-1, 1957/07/19: 5
          win two, try Boerne White Sox Sunday, 1957/07/12: 5
        make finals for city baseball title, 1957/10/11: 5
        Oilers oil North Side Athletic Club, 12-5, 1957/06/28: 5
        play in exhibition Sunday with Randolph AFB Ramblers, 1957/04/12: 5
        play Johnny's Paradise Club Sunday, 1957/05/24: 5
        play Kenedy in SA, Sunday, 1957/06/07: 5
        and Robles Sports
          beat Robles Sports, 1957/09/06: 5
          bow to Robles Sports, 1957/08/16: 5
        and San Antonio Black Sox
          clip Black Sox, 4-3, as Rochester spins one-hitter, 1957/10/04: 5
          Sox and Oilers finally meet in first round of city baseball tournament, 1957/09/20: 5
          Sox-Oiler feud boils, 1957/08/09: 5
          washed out BB meet to be resumed Sunday with Oilers and Black Sox, 1957/09/27: 5
        and San Antonio Ramblers
          open two-game series Sunday, 1957/08/23: 5
          Ramblers seek even break with Oilers, 1957/08/30: 5
        seek games out of town, 1957/04/05: 5
        spatter Paradise, 8-1, 1957/05/31: 5
        Sports and Oilers vie for baseball title, 1957/10/25: 5
        take twin bill from the Aztecas; open regular season Sunday, 1957/04/26: 5
        thump Kenedy, 6-3, 1957/06/14: 5
        and Uvalde
          meet Uvalde in return tilt, 1957/05/10: 5
          Oilers slug Uvalde, 1957/09/20: 5
        and Victoria Aces
          with 16-game winning streak, try Victoria Aces Sunday, 1957/07/26: 5
          bounce Victoria, 1957/08/02: 5
        win and lose during weekend, 1957/08/09: 5
        win city title over Robles Sports, 1957/11/01: 5
        win pair from Saldana Independents, 6-5, 5-4, 1957/06/21: 5
        work over Seguin Structural Works, 15-8, 1957/07/05: 5
      Miles Humble Oilers (1958)
        East Side Baseball League
          beat Merchants to lead ESBB League, 1958/06/06: 5
          beat Wonders with booming 9th inning finish, 5-3, 1958/05/09: 5
          double-header may have upsets Sunday with Miles Humble Oilers against Wheatley Heights, 1958/07/25: 5
          East Side All-Stars edge Miles Oilers, 7-6, 1958/07/11: 5
          fireworks expected at July 4 East Side All-Star game between League All-Stars and Miles Humble Oilers, 1958/07/04: 5
          meet San Antonio Black Sox as part of twin bill Sunday, 1958/04/25: 5
          Merchants and Oilers battle for ESBB title Sunday, 1958/08/08: 5
          Merchants powder Oilers for ESBB League crown, 1958/08/15: 5
          nip Wonders, 4-3, to tie up playoff series, 1958/09/19: 5
          Oilers and Merchants battle for first place, 1958/05/30: 5
          Oilers and Merchants turn back Black Sox and Wonders, 1958/07/11: 5
          Oilers and Wonders in big one, Sunday, 1958/09/19: 5
          Oilers and Wonders in Sun. feature, 1958/05/02: 5
          Oilers and Young Wonders in darkness-halted 1-1 tie, 1958/09/05: 5
          outscore Heights; Merchants rout Indians, 1958/08/01: 5
          Wheatley Heights All Stars try for upset against Miles Oilers, 1958/05/16: 5
          Wheatley Heights puts 8-5 whammy on Oilers, 1958/06/13: 5
          win against Black Sox to top loop, stay unbeaten, 1958/05/02: 5
          win finale against Wheatley Heights, 1958/08/22: 5
          win over SA Indians, 11-7, 1958/04/18: 5
          Wonders oust Oilers, but bow to SA Merchants, 1958/10/03: 5
          Wonders try comeback Sunday, against Oilers, 1958/07/11: 5
          Wonders upend Miles Oilers, 8-5, 1958/07/18: 5
        hold practice work out Friday, 1958/05/23: 5, 1958/06/27: 5
        meet Sunday, March 9, 1958/03/07: 5
      Miles Humble Oilers (1959)
        East Side Baseball League
          dump Quihi Stars, 5-3, 1959/05/29: 5
          plate-theft gives Indians win over Miles Oilers, 8-7, 1959/04/10: 5
      Minor League Baseball Notes (column), 1957/06/21: 5
      Mission Concepcion
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion add to league leads, 1953/07/17: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion hold league leads, 1953/08/14: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion vie in playoff, 1953/08/28: 5
      Mo-Pacs score double victory, 1932/05/13: 3
      Monarchs to battle with Mexico, 1931/10/16: 3
      Monroe wins Dixie Series, 1932/09/02: 3
      Nando's Cafe
        Black Sox bop Nando's [Narro's] Cafe, 7-2, 1959/06/12: 5
        Black Sox have field day over Nando's Cafe, 1960/05/27: 5
        vies with Black Sox Sunday, 1960/05/20: 5
      Nando's Giants (1959)
        Black Sox hang out Nando's Giants, 1959/08/14: 5
        Black Sox plays Nando's Giants Sunday, 1959/08/07: 5
      National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
        See National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, baseball
      National Girls Baseball League has first Negro in debut, 1951/07/27: 5
      Negro Teen-Age Baseball Association organized; first meetings to be held Sunday in Fort Worth, 1954/01/22: 5
      Negro Texas League
        to open May 1, 1949/04/15: 3
        in planning stage, 1938/04/01: 3
      Nestle Inn
        hands goose egg to Leonard's, 1939/07/14: 3
        kicks Alamo Jewelers from lead, 1939/06/16: 3
        knocks off Leonard's, 1939/08/04: 3
        Majestic and Nestle Inn in deadlock, 1939/05/05: 3
        Nestle Inn not "in" playoffs, 1939/08/25: 3
        nips Interstate, 1939/06/16: 3
        overwhelms Waiters, 1939/05/12: 3
        stops Majestic Man's Shop, 1939/08/25: 3
        to the victors go a flock of vittles, 1939/07/14: 3
        wallops W.H. Leonard's, 1939/04/21: 3
        wins 2-1 thriller from Waiters, 1939/06/30: 3
      Newcombe, Don
      O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox (1949)
        beat Marotta, Greer's, 1949/07/08: 3
        beat Robstown in ninth, 1949/04/22: 3
        Black Sox open season (photo), 1949/04/22: 3
        Bombers, Sox play Sunday, 1949/09/30: 3
        game with Kerrville rained out, 1949/06/17: 3
        Indians, Sox in showdown Sunday, 1949/08/19: 3
        Kelly Clippers
          Clippers, Sox meet again Sunday, 1949/07/22: 3
          Clippers bow to Sox in final inning, 1949/07/15: 3
          Kelly get 8-3 win after 6-6 stalemate, 1949/07/29: 3
          and O'Connel Sox to do diamond battle Sunday, 1949/07/08: 3
        Kerrville hands O'Connell Sox first defeat, 1949/06/03: 3
        Kerrville-Sox game rained out two weeks ago reset for Sunday, 1949/06/24: 3
        meet New Mexico nine Sunday, 1949/06/03: 3
        Missions, O'Connell Sox in diamond feud Sunday, 1949/07/29: 3
        O'Connell Sox seeking games, 1949/07/29: 5
        Parker, John, gets 400-foot homer in Uvalde clash, 1949/05/20: 3
        plaster New Mexico Nine 22-2, 1949/06/10: 7
        play Marotta Lumber Co. Monday, 1949/07/01: 3
        put double whammy on Missions, 1949/08/05: 3
        rained out games tickets good July 3, 1949/07/01: 3
        rally to nip Indians, 11-10, 1949/08/26: 3
        S P Giants claim 7-6 win over Sox, 1949/09/30: 3
        Sox, S P Giants to tangle Sunday, 1949/09/23: 3
        Sox bust Beeville, 1949/08/19: 3
        Sox gun for Kerrville in game, here Sunday, 1949/06/10: 3
        Sox not night ball players!, 1949/08/19: 3
        take decision from Mason, 5-4, 1949/05/27: 3
        take on classy Wenoka Indians Sunday, 1949/07/15: 3
        take on Clowns, July 4, 1949/07/01: 3
        Wenoka dumps O'Connell, 1949/07/22: 3
        whip Beeville Blue Jays 8-4, 1949/09/09: 3
      O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox (1950)
        and Austin teams
          Austin nips Sox in tourney play in capital city, 1950/08/11: 3
          Black Sox win state championship annihilating Austin Palominos, 1950/08/18: 3
          knock off Austin Clippers, 16-5, 1950/08/04: 3
          make finals in Austin baseball tourney, 1950/08/18: 3
          Sox, Austin Clippers in "grudge" game, Sunday, 1951/07/27: 5
        bust Llano, tie Kerrville, 1950/06/16: 3
        clean slates at stake in annual baseball tourney, 1950/09/08: 5
        and Greer All Stars
          All Stars, Sox, battle in grudge game, 1950/06/23: 3
          All-Stars bump Sox, 1950/06/30: 3
          O'Connell Sox, Greer's win in city tourney, 1950/10/06: 5
          Sox trim Greer's All Stars, 7-4, 1950/09/08: 5
        and Luling Oilers
          Luling dumps Sox, 5-2, 1950/05/19: 3
          Luling Oilers measure Sox, 1950/06/02: 3
          O'Connell tries to stop Luling Oilers here Sunday, 1950/05/26: 3
        play Tillotson College here Sunday, 1950/05/19: 3
        pommel Seguin 8-2, 1950/07/21: 3
        Robstown Ramblers, Sox to battle here Sunday, 1950/06/16: 3
        and S P Giants
          blast out 10-3 victory over S P Giants, 1950/07/21: 3
          Giants throttle Sox to make baseball finals, 1950/10/20: 5
          S P Giants, Sox mix in grudge battle, 1950/07/14: 3
          S P Giants whip Black Sox again, 1950/04/07: 3
          Sox, S P Giants meet in return game Sunday, 1950/08/04: 3
          Sox, S P in stalemate as darkness halts fracas, 1950/08/11: 3
        seek Easter Sunday game, 1950/03/24: 3
        Tillotson dunks Sox 10-4, 1950/05/26: 3
        wallop Robstown, 1950/06/23: 3
        win 3 of 4 in week, 1950/05/12: 3
        win and lose [in Hallettsville and Seguin], 1950/07/14: 3
        win state semi-pro baseball tournament (photo), 1950/08/25: 3
        win tourney opener against Cuban Eagles, 1950/08/25: 3
        yah-yah, more yah-yah in city baseball series, 1950/09/22: 3
      O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox (1951)
        and Austin Clippers
          to play Austin Clippers July 4, 1951/06/29: 5
          Sox measure Austin Clippers 11-8, 1951/08/10: 5
          whip Austin Clippers 6-1 as John Shaw hurls two hitter, 1951/08/03: 5
        Black Sox, Kats meet Sunday, June 3, 1951/06/01: 5
        and Greer's All-Stars
          blast Greer's 11-5 in finals, 1951/10/12: 5
          and Greer All Stars in "grudge game," 1951/04/27: 5
          Sox trounce Greermen, 1951/04/27: 5
          torrid mound duel expected in Sox-Greer game, Sunday, 1951/10/05: 5
        and Hallettsville Tigers
          Hallettsville Tigers, O'Connell Jewelry Sox tangle, here, Sun., 1951/06/08: 5
          Sox measure Hallettsville, 1951/06/15: 5
          Sox win from Hallettsville, 1951/05/11: 5
        Kingsville Eagles measured by O'Connell Jewelry Sox 8-3, 1951/07/20: 5
        lose 13-2 to Premont Firemen, 1951/08/17: 5
        lose to Uvalde as strategy backfires, 1951/08/24: 5
        meet youthful Schulenburg team Sunday, 1951/09/07: 5
        Refugio, SA Sox in wild 16-16 melee, 1951/08/17: 5
        in Refugio for game Sunday, 1951/09/21: 5
        and Robstown
          split pair with Robstown, 1951/06/29: 5
          thump Robstown, 16-4, 1951/04/13: 5
        and San Antonio Bombers
          "Joe Joshua Day" as Black Sox, Bombers battle Sunday, 1951/09/28: 5
          Sox cut down SA Bombers 7-3, 1951/10/05: 5
        and San Antonio Giants
          San Antonio Giants tame O'Connell Black Sox, 1951/05/04: 5
          Sox-Giant games off, 1951/08/31: 5
        Schulenburg bows to Black Sox, 1951/09/14: 5
        and Victoria Monarchs
          lose to father-son battery from Victoria, 1951/04/20: 5
          Victoria Monarchs and Black Sox battle here Sunday, 1951/04/20: 5
        winners of 1950 state championship tourney meet Schulenburg Sunday (photo), 1951/09/07: 5
      O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox (1952)
        and Austin Clippers
          Clippers, Black Sox play at Brooksdale Sun., 1952/07/11: 5
          Sox, Austin in 13-inning 3-3 deadlock, 1952/07/25: 5
          Sox edge Austin 11-10, 1952/04/18: 5
          Sox smother Austin, 9-5, 1952/08/01: 5
          Sox sock Austin Clippers, 12-2, 1952/07/18: 5
        Beeville whitewashes crippled Sox, 10-0, 1952/05/30: 5
        and Clay's Colts
          Black Sox measure Colts, 10-6, 1952/09/12: 5
          Clay's Colts, Black Sox vie Sunday, 1952/08/29: 5
        and Corpus Christi
          Black Sox win, lose in Corpus, 1952/06/27: 5
          Sox, Corpus in rubber game today, 1952/07/04: 5
          Sox spank Corpus Christi, 10-4, 1952/07/11: 5
          take on Crystal City, Corpus here next week, 1952/06/27: 5
        and Crystal City
          Sox edge Crystal City, 9-8, in 13 inning thriller, 1952/07/04: 5
          Sox slaughter Crystal City, 1952/06/06: 5
          take on Crystal City, Corpus here next week, 1952/06/27: 5
        and Grand Prize Beer
          another 'last' game Sunday between Sox and Prizers, 1952/10/24: 3
          Grand Prize, Sox tangle in grudge game Sunday, 1952/08/01: 5
          Grand Prize soaks Black Sox, 11-1, 1952/10/31: 5
          Grand Prize whips Sox, Medical Center, 1952/08/08: 5
        and Hondo Bears
          Bears, Sox to mix Sunday, 1952/09/12: 5
          Hondo, Sox at it again Sun., Oct. 12, 1952/10/10: 5
          Hondo edges Sox, 3-2, 1952/10/17: 5
          Hondo puts whammy on Sox, 10-3, 1952/09/19: 5
          Sox play Bears in Kerrville Sunday, 1952/06/13: 5
          Sox tame Hondo, 1952/10/03: 5
        and Kerrville Stars
          explode in fifth to plate seven runs, whip Kerrville Stars, 1952/08/22: 5
          lose 14-inning, 8-7 decision to Kerrville Stars, 1952/06/20: 5
          try Kerrville here Sunday, 1952/08/15: 5
        Kingsville thumps Black Sox, 2-1, 1952/09/26: 5
        outscore Lockhart, 12-7, 1952/05/02: 5
        and Rena's Young Wonders
          edges Rena's Wonders, 3-1, 1952/06/13: 5
          Wonders and Sox play in Seguin, 1952/06/06: 5
        SA Cats upset O'Connell Sox, 1952/07/11: 5
        sock Alamo City All Stars, 704, 1952/08/29: 5
        Sox make their first home stand (photo), 1952/06/27: 5
        and Victoria
          to play two in Victoria, 1952/05/16: 5
          Sox bop Victoria, 11-4, 5-1, 1952/05/23: 5
      O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox (1953)
        Berclair Cardinals bumped by Sox 6-3, 1953/07/24: 5
        Big Joe's not too big for Black Sox, 1953/04/24: 5
        Black Sox party Sunday at Sunken Gardens, 1953/07/24: 5
        and Corpus Christi Blue Jays
          Black Sox, Blue Jays play in Corpus, 1953/06/12: 5
          Blue Jays beat Black Sox 6-4, 1953/06/05: 5
        "do or die" against Hondo Sunday, 1952/09/26: 5
        drop pair in weekend, 1953/06/26: 5
        Goliad outruns Black Sox, 1953/08/14: 5
        and Grand Prize Beer
          Grand Prize wallops Black Sox, 1953/04/10: 5
          Sox bust Grand Prize again 7-5, 1953/09/11: 5
          Sox tag Grand Prize Beer men, 1953/09/04: 5
          Sox to try Austin Sunday; take on Grand Prize Labor Day, 1953/09/04: 5
        and Rena's Young Wonders
          Pittman-Sullivan to be scene of Sox-Wonder feud Sunday, 1953/04/10: 5
          tangle with Young Wonders Sunday, 1953/03/27: 5
          Wonders whip Black Sox, 1953/04/03: 5
        Sox, Wheatley All Stars to mix Sunday, 1953/09/18: 5
        Sox squeeze Beeville, 1953/05/22: 5
        and Victoria Monarchs
          Sox bop Victoria Monarchs 10-4, 1953/07/31: 5
          Sox win two games from Victoria, 1953/07/03: 5
          Victoria tries Black Sox at Brooksdale, 1953/07/24: 5
        and Yoakum Bees
          darkness halts free-scoring Bee-Sox game with score deadlocked 13-13, 1953/05/29: 5
          Sox clip Yoakum Bees 10-8, 1953/06/19: 5
          Yoakum Bees, O'Connell Sox try to settle issue Sunday, 1953/06/12: 5
      O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox (1954)
        Rena's Young Wonders combine with O'Connell's Black Sox with the name Rena's Black Sox, 1954/04/09: 5
      Oilers
        See Baseball, Miles Humble Oilers
      one-sided battle staged 'tween jazz hounds, 1932/05/27: 3
      Optimist-Rotarian tickets to benefit Ella Austin Orphanage, 1936/05/22: 3
      Palmero's Lounge
        pitted against San Antonio Black Sox, 1962/08/10: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox take out Palmero's Lounge, 7-5, 1962/08/17: 5
      Pan-American Optimist Recreational Association Small Fry National League
        dates set for small fry open baseball tourney, 1959/07/24: 5
        Dodgers, Dragons lead respective Pan-Am leagues, 1959/07/24: 5
        play ends for season, 1959/08/28: 5
        small fry tourney under way, 1959/07/31: 5
      Panelli's Recreation Center (East Side Baseball League)
        battles SA Bombers on Sunday, 1962/05/11: 5
        Denver Heights Bears overpower Panelli's Recreation Center, 12-2, 1962/05/04: 5
        San Antonio Bombers win over Panelli's, 8-3, 1962/04/13: 5
      Parents Kid Baseball Club raising fund for annual trip to Houston and Corpus Christi, 1967/06/23: 5
      Parker's Pharmacy
        SA Eagles blank Parker's Pharmacy, 1953/04/24: 5
      Pepsi-Cola All Stars
        Duncan Field Bombers, Pepsi-Cola All Stars split Sunday twin bill, 1942/06/19: 3
      Personal Beauty Salon to play Austin girls Tuesday, 1945/07/20: 3
      Phil Vance Orchestra loses against Gunter Hotel Boys, 1935/06/07: 3
      Philadelphia Record daily urges Philly baseball clubs to sign Negroes, 1940/05/24: 3
      Phillis Wheatley High School team
        See Phillis Wheatley High School (San Antonio, TX), baseball team (Lions), 1966
      Pittman-Sullivan Park
        meeting called for teams desiring Pittman-Sullivan Park, 1951/03/09: 5
      Plaza Hotel
        rained out softball tilts to be played tonite, Sun., 1940/06/21: 3
        rallies to nose out ABC Garage, 1940/05/17: 3
      Pony League
        Coliseum Park Pony League season standings, 1964/06/26: 5
        Denver Heights Tigers, pony league team, organized by Lorenzo Williams, 1956/05/04: 5
        kid baseball has big season, 1955/08/19: 5
        new district for southeast SA considered at meeting set for Monday, 1961/12/08: 5
        Roy Campanella Pony League registration continues, 1963/03/22: 5
      Popham Motors Company and Clowns to play two-game charity benefit series, 1949/06/03: 3
      Porters Athletic Club
        softball championship winners to be awarded tonight, 1938/10/14: 3
        St. Anthony Hotel Yanks
          come from behind to make it three straight over Porters, 1937/07/02: 3
          win another from Porters, 1937/07/23: 2
        start softball practice, 1939/03/10: 3
        trim Fallstaff, 1938/06/17: 3
        win and lose in Austin, 1938/09/23: 3
      Quihi All Stars (East Side Baseball League, 1959-1960)
        American Sports Center beats Quihi, 1960/07/22: 5
        American Sports Center bows to Quihi, 1960/05/20: 5
        hopes to conk Ramblers, 1960/07/01: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers dump Quihi Stars, 1959/05/29: 5
        SA Indians beat Quihi, 1960/06/10: 5
        upends Merchants, 1959/05/01: 5
        Woodlake Ramblers overpowers Quihi Stars in lid popper, 1960/04/15: 5
        Woodlake Ramblers win over Quihi Stars in East Side BB loop game, 1960/06/17: 5
      Rainbow Baseball League
        All-Star games
          end kid season, 1960/08/19: 5
          games are thrill-packed, 1962/09/07: 5
          set for September 1, 1962/08/24: 5
        All-Star teams play, awards made, 1961/08/18: 5
        awards presented to young baseball stars (photo), 1961/08/18: 5
        champions to be named Aug. 10, 1961/08/04: 5
        opens play Saturday, 1962/06/01: 5
        results/schedule/standings, 1960/07/08: 5, 1960/07/15: 5, 1960/07/22: 5, 1960/07/29: 5, 1960/08/05: 5, 1960/08/12: 5, 1961/06/16: 5, 1961/07/28: 5, 1961/08/11: 5
        three cities have Rainbow League games Saturday, 1961/06/09: 5
      Ramblers
        See Baseball, B and M Ramblers
        See Baseball, San Antonio Ramblers
        See Baseball, Woodlake Ramblers (1960-1961)
        See Randolph Field, baseball team (Ramblers)
      Real Tailors
        battle Riverside Katz Saturday, 1953/06/19: 5
        grab TAAF state softball crown, 1953/09/04: 5
        King and His Court to play Real Tailors (photo), 1953/05/08: 5
        meet champion four-man softball team, 1953/05/01: 5
        Real Tailors, Riverside in June 20 game, 1953/06/12: 5
        team dance set for Sept. 24 at Keyhole Club, 1953/09/11: 5
      Recreation Softball League
        See Baseball, City Recreation Softball League
      Red Feather Baseball League (1958-1959)
        all-star games set for Saturday, 1959/07/31: 5
        Blue Bells, Sutton Homes win Red Feather loop game, 1959/05/22: 5
        opening set for May 16, 1959/05/15: 5
        seniors start play May 2, 1959/04/17: 5
        starts play with YMCA losing to Antioch Baptist Church, 1958/06/13: 5
        weather fouls up League opening, 1959/05/08: 5
      Red Feather Baseball League (1960-1962)
        All-Star games
          moved to "Y" camp diamond, 1962/08/10: 5
          set for Saturday, 1962/08/03: 5
        ceremonies open league Friday, 1962/06/01: 5
        four games open league action, 1960/06/10: 5
        kid all-star baseball games set for Saturday, 1960/08/05: 5
        league pops lid, 1960/05/27: 5, 1961/06/09: 5, 1962/06/08: 5
        results/schedule/standings, 1960/07/15: 5, 1960/07/22: 5, 1960/08/12: 5, 1961/06/16: 5, 1961/07/28: 5, 1961/08/11: 5
        YMCA pony leaguers win 3-1 thriller against Tigers, 1962/07/20: 5
      Red Feather Baseball League (1963-1965)
        play starts in the League, 1963/06/07: 5
        YMCA Labor Day program features Pony All-Star game, 1965/08/20: 5
        YMCA Satellites win Pony division, 1965/08/20: 5
      Register organizes amateur baseball team, 1933/03/31: 3
      Rena's Black Sox (1954)
        Austin Palominos play Sox at Brooksdale Saturday and Sunday, 1954/06/18: 5
        battle Luling Eagles here Sun., 1954/04/09: 5
        Canto's two homers give Beeville win over Black Sox, 1954/07/02: 5
        and Corpus Christi Blue Jays
          Corpus Blue Jays peck Rena's 3-0, 1954/08/06: 5
          Sox conk Corpus Blue Jays, 14-9, 1954/04/23: 5
        and Grand Prize Beer
          Black Sox, Grand Prize go at it again, 1954/09/17: 5
          Black Sox paste Yoakum 8-1, Prizers, 10-1, 1954/09/10: 5
          Grand Prize clips Black Sox, 4-3, 1954/09/24: 5
          Sox best Grand Prize and Greer's, 1954/07/09: 5
          Sox meet Greer, Grand Prize during weekend, 1954/07/02: 5
          Sox try Yoakum Sunday, Grand Prize Monday at Brooksdale, 1954/09/03: 5
        and Hallettsville
          Black Sox, Hallettsville vie here Sun., 1954/07/23: 5
          Sox upend Hallettsville, 1954/07/30: 5
        and Kerrville Giants
          Giants, Black Sox battle Sunday, 1954/04/23: 5
          Sox thump Kerrville, 7-4, 1954/04/30: 5
          this was a baseball game? Sox win over Kerrville, 30-10, 1954/06/04: 5
        and La Consolidad
          La Consolidad of Piedras Negras try Black Sox, 1954/06/11: 5
          Sox drop pair to La Consolidad, 1954/06/18: 5
        to play Shiner Sunday, 1954/09/24: 5
        and San Antonio Bombers
          Black Sox, Bombers in "grudge" game Sunday, 1954/08/20: 5
          SA Bombers take 4-2 fracas from Rena's, 1954/05/14: 5
          Sox, SA Bombers collide Sunday, 1954/05/07: 5
        Sox scuttle Luling, 10-6, 1954/04/16: 5
        Waco Cards bop Rena's Black Sox, 8-3, 1954/05/28: 5
        and Yoakum Bees
          Black Sox paste Yoakum 8-1, Prizers, 10-1, 1954/09/10: 5
          plays unbeaten Yoakum Bees Sunday, 1954/08/13: 5
          Sox snap Yoakum's win streak at 24, 1954/08/20: 5
          Sox try Yoakum Sunday, Grand Prize Monday at Brooksdale, 1954/09/03: 5
      Rena's Black Sox (1955)
        clobber Colts--to play Ramblers Sunday, 1955/09/02: 5
        and Corpus Christi Blue Jays
          CC Blue Jays to play Rena's here Sunday, 1955/05/20: 5
          Corpus beats Rena's 7-5, 1955/05/27: 5
          Sox dumped by Corpus, 1955/05/20: 5
        in first game Easter Sunday with Shiner Wildcats, 1955/04/08: 5
        and Greer's Black Sox
          Greer's Sox whip socks off Rena's Sox 11-4, 1955/08/12: 5
          real grudge fight shapes up when Black Sox--Greer's and Rena's--meet, 1955/08/05: 5
        play Shiner April 24, 1955/04/22: 5
        snap out of losing streak, 1955/06/17: 5
        twin bill set for Brooksdale Park Sept. 18, 1955/09/16: 5
        unbeaten Waco plays Rena's Sunday, 1955/06/24: 5
        vie with Hondo Sunday, 1955/06/03: 5
        win, tie in twin bill, 1955/08/26: 5
        and Yoakum Bees
          Sox mix with Yoakum Sunday, 1955/05/06: 5
          Sox overpower Yoakum, 1955/05/13: 5
      Rena's Cottage
        beats San Antonio Bombers, 1952/04/18: 5
        beats San Antonio Red Sox, 1952/03/28: 5
        conks Shiner, 17-1, 1952/05/09: 5
        to field a baseball team, 1952/02/29: 5
        and Lackland AFB nines to play Sunday, 1952/03/21: 5
        Seguin opens with Rena's of SA May 11, 1952/05/02: 5
      Rena's Young Wonders (1952)
        See also Baseball, Blair New's Young Wonders
        See also Baseball, King's Men Young Wonders
        badly crippled Bombers ripped by Wonders in "Reck" loop tilt, 1952/06/27: 5
        beat Schulenburg, 7-4, in 13 innings, 1952/06/27: 5
        and Clay's Colts
          Shaw, John, beats Colts, 7-1, for his 21st victory of year, 1952/08/01: 5
          Wonders beat Clay's Colts, 1952/07/04: 5
          Wonders play Clay's Colts in Seguin Sunday, 1952/06/27: 5
        conk Del Rio, 1952/06/06: 5
        and Grand Prize Beer
          Grand Prize, Wonders beat each other, 1952/05/30: 5
          Grand Prize hands Young Wonders first loss, 1952/05/16: 5
          Rena's, Grand Prize play Sunday, 1952/05/23: 5
          Wonders, Grand Prize vie Sunday, 1952/10/17: 5
          Wonders tamed, 13-6, by Grand Prize, 1952/10/24: 3
          Wonders want to play Sox, Grand Prize, 1952/08/29: 5
        and Greer's All-Stars
          Greer's tries Rena's in loop game Sunday, 1952/07/18: 5
          Wonders conk Greer All-Stars, 8-5, in loop fracas, 1952/07/25: 5
          Wonders dump Greer's, 1952/07/04: 5
        Mack, Dennis "Little," 16-year-old ace feeds no-hitter to Pleasanton, 3-1, 1952/08/01: 5
        and O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox
          Wonders and Sox play in Seguin, 1952/06/06: 5
          Wonders want to play Sox, Grand Prize, 1952/08/29: 5
        O'Connell Jewelry edges Rena's Wonders, 3-1, 1952/06/13: 5
        pluck Luling Eagles, 1952/07/04: 5
        San Antonio Giants, Wonders meet Sunday in City League affray, 1952/06/20: 5
        and Seguin
          San Antonio continues to hold jinx over Seguin ball clubs, 1952/05/16: 5
          Seguin open season Sunday with Rena's Wonders of SA, 1952/05/09: 5
        try Hondo Bears Sunday, 1952/09/19: 5
        Wonders put whammy on Kerrville, 1952/07/18: 5
        Wonders shut out Beeville, 4-0, 1952/07/11: 5
      Rena's Young Wonders (1953)
        Black Sox tangle with Young Wonders Sunday, 1953/03/27: 5
        Grand Prize, Rena's Wonders in diamond battle Sunday, 1953/04/17: 5
        meet Hondo Sunday at Pittman-Sullivan, 1953/04/03: 5
        open for games, 1953/03/27: 5
        Pittman-Sullivan to be scene of Sox-Wonder feud Sunday, 1953/04/10: 5
        practice on Sunday, 1953/03/20: 5
        and San Antonio Eagles set dates for meetings, 1953/02/20: 5
        whip Black Sox, 1953/04/03: 5
      Rena's Young Wonders (1954)
        combine with O'Connel's Black Sox with the name Rena's Black Sox, 1954/04/09: 5
      results, schedules, and standings (1949), 1949/07/15: 3, 1949/07/22: 3, 1949/07/29: 3, 1949/08/05: 3, 1949/08/19: 3
      results, schedules, and standings (1950), 1950/05/19: 3, 1950/05/26: 3, 1950/06/02: 3
      results, schedules, and standings (1959), 1959/06/12: 5, 1959/06/19: 5, 1959/06/26: 5, 1959/07/03: 5, 1959/07/10: 5, 1959/07/17: 5
      Robert's Rockets
        Ellison's trips Robert's Rockets 9-7, 1952/05/23: 5
      Robles Sports (1957)
        Miles Humble Oilers win city title over Robles Sports, 1957/11/01: 5
        Oilers beat Robles Sports, 1957/09/06: 5
        Oilers bow to Robles Sports, 1957/08/16: 5
        SA Yankees and Robles split pair, 1967/05/12: 6
        Sports and Oilers vie for baseball title, 1957/10/25: 5
      Robles Sports (1968)
        doubleheader set for Easter Sunday with Sox playing Greyhounds and Yankees playing Robles Sports, 1968/04/12: 5
        Robles, Yankees tie 1-2 in 12, 1968/10/18: 5
        Yanks, Robles meet Sunday, 1968/10/11: 5
        Yanks, Robles Sports in twin bill Sunday, 1968/08/02: 5
      Robles Sports (1969)
        Black Sox end season with twin bill, playing Robles Sports and Austin Greyhounds, 1969/10/03: 5
        Black Sox split pair in season's finale, 1969/10/24: 5
        Yankees play twin bill Sunday, 1969/08/29: 5
      Robles Sports (1970)
        Black Sox sweep twin bill with Loma Park Bobcats and Robles Sports, 1970/05/08: 5
        Yankees come from behind to beat Robles Sports, 1970/06/12: 5
        Yankees take on Robles Sports and Corpus Christi All Stars in double header, 1970/06/05: 5
      Royal Inn softballers whitewash Crisp, 1936/06/19: 3
      Ruby's Candle Room
        beats D and R for state title, 1951/09/07: 5
        bows to D and R, 1951/07/20: 5
        and D and R Grocery continue feud Sun., at San Pedro, 1951/08/24: 5
        dumps Latins, 1952/07/18: 5
        Ellison's beats Ruby's as title play starts, 1952/08/22: 5
        Ellison's wins city softball title from Ruby's Candle Room, 1952/08/29: 5
        measures Ellison's Used Car Lot, 8-3, 1952/06/20: 5
        players and candidates to meet Saturday, 1952/03/28: 5
        set for softball "duel of year" tonight with D and R Grocery, 1951/07/13: 5
        in softball feud with D and R Grocery July 13, 1951/06/29: 5, 1951/07/06: 5
        softballers meet Saturday, 1952/02/01: 5
        softballers start grind, 1952/03/21: 5
        upsets D and R 5-2 for No. 1 spot, 1951/08/31: 5
      S P Giants (1948-1949)
        blank, tie La Polka, 1949/06/10: 3
        claim 7-6 win over Sox, 1949/09/30: 3
        dump Alice 8-3, 1949/07/29: 3
        errors lose three-hitter to Uvalde, 1949/06/17: 3
        in June 19 game with Alice, 1949/06/17: 3
        seek out-of-town games, 1949/07/01: 3
        seven umps used as Alice beats S P Giants, 1949/06/24: 3
        Sox, S P Giants to tangle Sunday, 1949/09/23: 3
        SP, Vargas Place split twin bill, 1949/05/27: 3
        to try Narro's Place Sunday, 1949/06/24: 3
        wallop Cuero, 1949/06/03: 3
        whip L and S, play Indians Sunday, 1948/08/13: 3
      S P Giants (1950)
        Austin, S P to clash Sunday, 1950/07/07: 3
        Black Sox blast out 10-3 victory over S P Giants, 1950/07/21: 3
        errors cost S P game with Austin, 1950/06/02: 3
        Greer's wallops S P Giants, 1950/08/04: 3
        Indians, S P Giants mix Sunday, 1950/04/14: 3
        Luling Oilers seek revenge, 1950/06/09: 3
        mix in grudge battle with O'Connell Sox, 1950/07/14: 3
        O'Connell Black Sox, S P Giants meet in return game Sunday, 1950/08/04: 3
        seek spring games, 1950/03/17: 3
        Sox, SP in stalemate as darkness halts fracas, 1950/08/11: 3
        splits pair with Balboa, 1950/06/30: 3
        tumble Seguin, 5-1, 1950/07/14: 3
        whip Alice, 10-6, 1950/04/14: 3
        whip Black Sox again, 1950/04/07: 3
        win over Latin-American Eagles, 1950/05/19: 3
      SA Dragons
        defeat South-San Mexicans, 1933/06/09: 3
        to play SA Mexicans, 1933/06/23: 3
        ready for action, 1933/03/31: 3
      SAMSCO
        Brown Bugs beat San Antonio Dodgers, lose to SAMSCO, 1952/04/04: 5
      San Angelo Black Sheep Herders sweep road series, 1938/06/10: 3
      San Angelo ready for opener, 1937/03/12: 3
      San Antonian on mound in big El Paso CCC game, 1936/05/15: 3
      San Antonio All-Stars (1938)
        All-Stars beat Austin, 1938/07/29: 3
        to play in Austin tonight, 1938/07/22: 3
      San Antonio All-Stars (1947)
        Lonnie Greer seeks players for club, 1947/07/04: 7
        new baseball club formed by Lonnie Greer, 1947/07/11: 3
        to try Austin August 5, 1947/07/25: 3
      San Antonio All-Stars (1952-1953)
        dump Grand Prize, 8-2, 1952/11/07: 5
        Grand Prize to try San Antonio All-Stars again Sunday, 1952/11/07: 5
        Wheatley Heights plasters SA All Stars 9-4, 1953/06/05: 5
      San Antonio All-Stars (1958)
        upset Seguin Braves, 7-5, 1958/08/15: 5
      San Antonio All-Stars (1960)
        All Stars make it six in row, edging Navarro Cafe, 1960/08/12: 5
        battle with SA Black Sox Sunday, 1960/09/02: 5
        Black Sox tame SA Stars, 1960/04/29: 5
        clobber Austin Palominos, 14-5, 1960/06/10: 5
        Frank Garrett to manage All Stars nine, 1960/02/12: 5
        hammer Kenwood Roadrunners, 1960/07/22: 5
        SA Stars, Black Sox pop lid, 1960/04/22: 5
        Shaw, John, fans 18 as Black Sox beat All Stars, 1960/09/09: 5
        team to meet Feb. 28, 1960/02/26: 2
        winning streak snapped at seven, 1960/08/26: 5
      San Antonio All-Stars (1962)
        meet SA Black Sox when 25-year feud is renewed, 1962/07/27: 5
      San Antonio Amateur Softball Association, new ASA Umpire Association being formed, 1969/02/14: 5
      San Antonio Astros, Black Sox sweep twin bill against San Antonio Astros (9-6) and Spriggsdale Cleaners (8-7), 1967/06/30: 5
      San Antonio Athletic and Baseball Association, elects officers, 1949/04/01: 3
      San Antonio Athletics
        another SA baseball aggregation takes to field, 1945/04/27: 3
        Athletics, Refugio to play, Sun., 1945/06/29: 3
        Victoria conks SA Athletics, 1947/05/09: 3
      San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center
      San Antonio Baseball Club meets Jan. 20, 1957/01/18: 5
      San Antonio Baseball League
        SA baseball managers meet tonight to form city league, 1952/03/07: 5
        team managers complete plans for early start of softball league; eight teams ready to go, 1935/04/05: 1
        twin bill in SA city league Sunday, 1949/04/29: 3
      San Antonio Bears
        Bears ousted from Black Sox Baseball Tourney, 1965/10/15: 5
        Bears try Artesia Hawks, 1969/07/25: 5
        beat Brown Bugs in Sox annual baseball meet, 4-3, 1967/09/22: 5
        Black Sox, SA Bears divide twin bill, 1969/06/20: 5
        Black Sox and SA Bears divide twin bill, 1969/06/20: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          Bombers, Bears vie again in ESBB playoff finals, 1965/07/23: 5
          win over San Antonio Hawks, 17-7, 1963/04/19: 5
        Yankees in Sunday twin bill with SA Bears and Austin Braves, 1969/08/15: 5
      San Antonio Beavers (1955)
        Clippers play Beavers Sunday in exhibition tilt, 1955/03/25: 5
      San Antonio Bees (1961)
        again defeat Austin Palominos, 1961/09/01: 5
        beat Austin Indians in Lockhart, 1961/05/12: 5
        beat Austin Palominos for third time, 1961/09/29: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          Giants bop Indians, Bees trim Ramblers in league openers, 1961/04/07: 5
          pitching duel in Rambler-Bee fracas features Bunny Ruiz and T. J. Williams, 1961/05/19: 5
          win one-hitter against Flores Drive-In, 1961/07/28: 5
          Wonders, SA Bees win ESBB playoff openers, 1961/07/21: 5
        take twin bill from Uvalde, 1961/05/05: 5
        upend Palominos in capitol city, 1961/06/30: 5
      San Antonio Bees (1962)
        and Longhorn Cement Exporters split double-header, 1962/07/27: 5
        lose heartbreaker to Austin Palominos, 7-8, 1962/07/20: 5
        play Chato's Lounge Sunday, August 5, 1962/08/03: 5
        sting Kenedy Lions, 15-7, 1962/06/29: 5
        sting Kerrville All-Stars, 6-5, 1962/09/28: 6
        sting San Antonio Indians, 18-8, keep on winning, 1962/08/03: 5
        and Young Wonders meet in grudge game, 1962/08/17: 5
      San Antonio Bees (1963)
        East Side Baseball League
          Bears, Bees win, tighten ES loop race, 1963/04/19: 5
          Bees and Royals win Sunday ESBB games, 1963/04/12: 5
          Denver Heights Bears upend SA Royals to give Bees ESBB lead, 1963/05/03: 5
          Royals get title as Bees lose, 1963/06/28: 5
          SA Royals beat Bees, 18-5, 1963/04/05: 5
          subdue San Antonio Hawks, 11-3, 1963/04/12: 5
          win over Hawks to keep hopes alive in ESBB League, 1963/06/21: 5
          win over San Antonio Bombers, 10-9, 1963/04/19: 5
          win to keep hopes alive in ESBB League, 1963/06/21: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Bees put whammy on Black Sox, 1963/09/06: 5
          Black Sox, Bees meet on Labor Day; Old Timers star, 1963/08/30: 5
        take twin bill from Kerrville, 1963/08/02: 5
      San Antonio Bees (1964)
        Austin Palominos
          Bees sting Palominos, 1964/10/09: 5
          play Austin Palominos as "James Pinchback Day" observed, 1964/10/02: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          battle way into ESBB playoff, 1964/06/19: 5
          Denver Heights Bears decision Bees, 1964/04/10: 5
          Hawks rip Bees, 1964/04/24: 5
          upend Royals in ES play, 1964/05/29: 5
      San Antonio Black Eagles
        to open in Laredo April 13, 1947/04/04: 3
        whip Seguin Tigers, 1947/05/09: 3
      San Antonio Black Giants
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Giants
        beaten by Kerrville, 1936/05/22: 3
        beaten when Kerrville pitcher steals home, 1936/05/01: 3
        Black Giants, Bell Furniture Co., tangle July 4, 1936/07/03: 3
        drop amazing ten-inning comedy of errors to Galveston, 1937/09/03: 3
        even up three-game series with Kerrville, 1936/05/08: 3
        expect to put fast nine on diamond; six new players bolster team, 1936/02/21: 3
        Giants cop two from Austin nine, 1935/08/09: 3
        plaster Victoria, 1936/04/17: 3
        play Diamonds, Amazons try Luling in doubleheader, Sunday, 1936/07/17: 3
        SA Giants, Spiders meet Sunday night, 1937/09/24: 3
        seeking games for season, 1936/03/27: 3
        take double bill with Social Security nine, 1936/04/17: 3
        trim Brackettville Tigers, 1933/05/12: 3
        trounce Camp Stanley CCC Nine, 1936/04/03: 3
      San Antonio Black Hawks
        fail to show for game with Kerrville All-Stars, 1963/04/05: 5
        strength tested by Kerrville All-Stars on Sunday, 1963/03/29: 5
      San Antonio Black Missions (1932-1933)
        beat Magnolia team, 1933/04/28: 3
        beaten by Mexico Nationals in double encounter, 1933/05/19: 3
        Black Missions come to life, 1933/06/09: 3
        inactive because no games are lined up, 1933/05/26: 3
        lose in Seguin game, 1932/04/22: 3
        ready to play with improvements, 1933/06/16: 3
        Show Spirit (Personally I Think), 1933/09/15: 4
      San Antonio Black Missions (1936)
        break even with Corpus Magnolia Beer, 1936/05/01: 3
        lose to San Angelo, 1936/04/17: 3
        Padres' new owner plans great aggregation, 1936/03/06: 3
        show class in taming Austin, 1936/04/10: 3
        slaughter Kerrville Braves, 1936/06/05: 3
        working out daily at Lincoln Park, 1936/03/20: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1937)
        drop one to, play tie with, San Angelo nine--two teams to meet again Sunday, 1937/07/30: 3
        McClure, M. C., gets homer in ninth to break tie, win own ball game, 1937/07/16: 3
        seek games either in, or away from, San Antonio, 1937/07/02: 3
        split with Span.-American all stars, 1937/07/02: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1938)
        in Canada, Missions vie with House of David "9,' 1938/07/08: 3
        home next week for 20 games, 1938/05/06: 3
        Langrum gets 3 homers as Missions trounce Oklahoma City, 1938/06/10: 3
        open diamond season with Houston Buffs, 1938/04/15: 3
        running amuck on road trip, 1938/06/24: 3
        Santone Black Missions battle Galveston Sunday, 1938/04/29: 3
        Santone Black Missions maintain sizzling pace, 1938/07/01: 3
        split pair with Galveston, 1938/05/06: 3
        still playing in Canada, 1938/07/22: 3
        win two more from bewhiskered nine--head for home, 1938/07/15: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1939)
        hit the road again, 1939/05/19: 3
        keep up hot pace, 1939/06/30: 3
        Knowles' homer wins 17-inning game, 1939/07/21: 3
        play pair in Corpus Christi today, 1939/07/21: 3
        slump, lose three in a row, 1939/07/07: 7
        three more wins chalked up, 1939/06/16: 3
        win 5, lose 2 on road, 1939/07/28: 3
        win four, lose two on road, 1939/05/05: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1940)
        beat Lockhart Mexican nine, 2-1, 1940/06/07: 3
        Clack's Black Missions, Fort Worth Buffaloes play twin bill, Sunday, 1940/06/14: 3
        Clack's Black Missions whip Luling, 1940/06/28: 3
        cop twin bill from Fort Worth, 1940/06/21: 3
        eighth inning outbreak gives Houston win over SA Black Missions, 1940/05/31: 3
        lose to Houston, 7-5, 1940/07/12: 3
        meet Houston Black Cats, Sunday, at Tech Field, 1940/05/24: 3
        meet Lockhart Mexican nine Sunday, 1940/05/31: 3
        open baseball season against Austin, Sunday afternoon, 1940/04/26: 3
        Thompson's Black Missions tie Weimar, 1940/05/31: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1942)
        Baytown, Missions meet in Corpus, Monday, 1942/09/04: 3
        beat Bastrop, 1942/06/12: 3
        beat Luling, 7-1, for seventh straight win, 1942/09/11: 3
        make it two in row over Camp Stanley, 1942/08/14: 3
        meet Camp Stanley at Seguin, Sunday, 1942/07/31: 3
        Missions, Camp Stanley to meet again Sunday, 1942/08/07: 3
        rained out in Seguin, 1942/08/21: 3
        start grind for season, 1942/05/29: 3
        take 6-3 tilt from Seguin Mexican All Stars, 1942/08/28: 3
        take one from Camp Stanley, 1942/08/07: 3
        win two at Corpus, 1942/06/26: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1943)
        Missions, Hondo whip Camp Stanley, 1943/05/21: 3
        Missions-Bell tonite, 1943/08/13: 3
        nip Dan's Cafe 2-1, 1943/07/30: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1944)
        after 14th straight win tonight, 1944/08/18: 3
        break even with Little Rock, 1944/08/11: 3
        cop twin bill with Houston Grayhound All Stars, as flingers whiff 32, 1944/04/21: 3
        Dallas turns tables on Missions Monday night, 1944/05/19: 3
        have eight-run ninth inning to whip Hondo Air Field, 1944/05/12: 31944/05/12: 3
        Haynes, Bill, pitches no-hit, no-run, 1-0 victory over Dallas Green Monarchs, 1944/05/19: 3
        to meet Greer's tonite, 1944/07/14: 3
        Missions, Rosita Miners in 3-game series, 1944/06/23: 3
        nip Greer's All Stars, 1944/05/19: 3, 1944/07/21: 3
        play, win games in two cities, 1944/06/23: 3
        to play Dallas here Sunday and Monday, 1944/05/12: 3
        to play Hondo Sunday night, 1944/05/05: 3
        run wild to win pair of games, 1944/08/04: 3
        run win streak to 38 for 1944, 1944/09/08: 3
        wallop SAACC Lightnings, outclass Greers, 1944/07/28: 3
        win close 8-7 tilt from Mexican All Stars, 1944/06/09: 3
        with 11 straight wins, face mighty Little Rock Oilers, 1944/08/04: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1945)
        baseball clowns, Zulu Cannibal Giants, play Missions Sunday, 1945/08/24: 3
        drub Houston; tame Greer's All Stars, 1945/05/18: 3
        even series with Mexican Stars, 1945/10/05: 3
        Houston overcomes Missions, 1945/09/14: 3
        meet Fort Worth, Sunday, 1945/07/20: 3
        Missions, Mexican All Stars in three-game series, Saturday, Sunday, 1945/09/21: 3
        mix with Milwaukee Starts Sunday, 1945/04/06: 3
        nip Milwaukee, 7-6, in tenth inning, 1945/04/13: 3
        plaster Ellington Field, 1945/06/15: 3
        plaster Zulus, 1945/09/14: 3
        play Ellington Field Flyers Sunday, 1945/06/08: 3
        play Milwaukee, April 8, 1945/03/30: 3
        play Todd Shipyard Sunday night, 1945/06/22: 3
        to play Valley champs, Sun., 1945/07/27: 3
        rally to beat War Workers 5-3, 1945/05/04: 3
        SA Missions, Mexican Stars try it again, 1945/09/28: 3
        score four in eighth to break tie and beat Fort Worth, 8-4, 1945/07/27: 3
        sweep series with Greer All Stars, 1945/05/25: 3
        tangle with Greer's Sunday, 1945/05/18: 3
        tangle with Houston in 2-game series, 1945/05/11: 3
        too much for Todd [Shipyard Tigers], 1945/06/29: 3
        wallop Corpus Mysteries, 24-2, 1945/08/03: 3
        win comedy of errors from Greer All-Stars, 9 to 6, 1945/08/10: 3
        win in Houston, 1945/07/13: 3
        workouts to start soon, 1945/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue)
        Zulu Giants to meet Missions, Saturday night, 1945/09/07: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1946)
        Austin pounds Missions 9-4, 1946/06/14: 3
        Greer's, Missions, Monterrey in 3-game series, 1946/05/17: 3
        grinding into top condition, 1946/03/29: 3
        to meet Austin Black Senators Sunday, 1946/05/17: 3
        Missions, Nationals play Sunday, 1946/04/12: 3
        Missions, Pharr split pair, 1946/07/19: 3
        play Mexican Nationals Sunday, 1946/04/05: 3
        to play Temple, Houston, June 19, 20, 1946/06/14: 3
        pound out 9-3 triumph over Austin, 1946/05/24: 3
        take practice tilt with Greer's All Stars, 1946/04/12: 3
        to try Omaha Sunday, 1946/05/24: 3
        win two in a row, 1946/05/17: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1947)
        Austin bows to Missions, 8-5, 1947/09/19: 3
        Austin nips Missions in last inning, 1947/08/22: 3
        beat Austin Senators, 1947/07/18: 3
        crush Bartlett, 17-6, 1947/07/25: 3
        drop close ones, 1947/07/11: 3
        Eagles, Missions meet Sunday, 1947/06/06: 3
        Gonzales Grays no match for Black Missions, 1947/06/27: 3
        nip Eagles, 1947/06/13: 3
        to play three in Arkansas, 1947/05/23: 3
        rained out at Gonzales, 1947/05/02: 3
        start spring grind, 1947/03/21: 4
        travel to Gonzales, 1947/04/25: 3, 1947/05/16: 3
        wallop San Antonio Eagles, 1947/08/08: 3
        whip Jourdanton 9-2, 1947/09/12: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1948)
        beat Cielito Lindo; MP Eagles next, 1948/10/01: 3
        beat Houston, try N. Mexico Cafe, 1948/09/03: 3
        Cielito Lindo, Missions to meet Sunday, 1948/09/24: 3
        conk Dan's Cafe, 6-3, 1948/09/17: 3
        drop diamond tilt to Kerrville, 1948/10/15: 3
        edge S. P. Giants 6-4, 1948/06/18: 3
        to have busy weekend, 1948/05/14: 3
        to meet Kerrville Stars Oct. 10, 1948/10/08: 3
        meet Kerrville Sunday, 1948/08/20: 3
        Missions, Austin in 6-6 deadlock, 1948/05/07: 3
        Missions start grind Sunday, 1948/03/12: 3
        nose out Houston, 2-1, 1948/05/28: 3
        Schulenburg dumped by Missions, 1948/06/11: 4
        seek new young players, 1948/03/19: 3
        split pair of games, 1948/05/21: 3
        tie one, win one, 1948/08/13: 3
        White, "Datty"
          denies playing baseball, 1948/04/09: 3
          joins Missions, 1948/03/26: 3
        win, tie in Houston Aces double-header, 1948/07/30: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1949)
        beat Clowns, but drop pair to St. Augusta, 1949/06/03: 3
        blast Seguin, nose out Temple, 1949/07/22: 3
        Clowns, Missions in twilight game today, 1949/05/27: 3
        Kerrville All Stars, Missions battle July 3, 4, 1949/07/01: 3
        Missions, O'Connell Sox in diamond feud Sunday, 1949/07/29: 3
        SA Missions, St. Louis Browns hold tryout camp, 1949/07/01: 3
      San Antonio Black Missions (1950-onward)
        See Baseball, San Antonio Missions (1950)
      San Antonio Black Sox (1956)
        business firms sponsor Black Sox, 1956/04/06: 5
        Gonzales Grays
          Sox clobber Gonzales, 1956/04/27: 5
          Sox face Gonzales Grays Sunday, 1956/04/20: 5
        Kerrville
          Kerrville beats Black Sox again, 1956/04/20: 5
          Sox best Kerrville, 4-3, in overtime, 1956/06/01: 5
          Sox drop opener to Kerrville, 1956/04/13: 5
          Sox to play Kerrville here, Sunday, 1956/04/06: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers
          Black Sox, Oilers in holiday weekend series, Sept. 2, 3, 1956/08/31: 5
          Fat and Forty tilt planned by Miles Oilers and Black Sox, 1956/08/24: 5
          Oilers, Sox divide series, 1956/09/07: 5
        play Corpus Christi Blue Jays Sunday, "Lightning" may strike, 1956/06/15: 4
        San Antonio Brown Ramblers
          Brown Ramblers blister Black Sox, 1956/05/25: 5
          SA Ramblers slap Sox to play out of town, 1956/07/06: 5
          Sox seek revenge in Rambler frays, 1956/06/29: 5
          winner takes all as Sox, Ramblers vie, 1956/05/18: 5
        San Diego
          Sox hand San Diego first loss in two years, 1956/07/20: 5
          Sox try San Diego, unbeaten in two years, 1956/07/13: 5
        Schulenburg Tigers
          Schulenburg plays Sox here Sunday, 1956/05/04: 5
          Sox pulverize Schulenburg Tigers, 1956/05/11: 5
        Wheatley Heights
          Sox booted by Wheatley Heights, 10-6, 1956/09/14: 5
          Wheatley Heights 12, Black Sox 11, 1956/05/18: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1957)
        beat Austin Indians for fifth straight victory, 1957/07/05: 5
        Black Sox make Gonzales Greys blue, 1957/08/23: 5
        Cuero Gobblers
          Sox and Cuero Gobblers play here Sunday, 1957/08/02: 5
          Sox hit-mill pulverizes Cuero, 1957/08/09: 5
          Sox thump Cuero Gobblers, 10-4, 1957/08/16: 5
        have late start, wallop Red Sox, 15-3, 1957/06/14: 5
        having great season, scoring more than 100 runs in last five games (photo), 1957/07/19: 3
        lower boom on Lockhart, 1957/08/02: 5
        Miles Humble Oilers
          Oilers clip Black Sox, 4-3, as Rochester spins one-hitter, 1957/10/04: 5
          Sox and Oilers finally meet in first round of city baseball tournament, 1957/09/20: 5
          Sox-Oiler feud boils, 1957/08/09: 5
          washed out BB meet to be resumed Sunday with Oilers and SA Black Sox, 1957/09/27: 5
        San Antonio War Hawks
          "Little Butch" Thomas sparks Sox victory over War Hawks, 1957/09/06: 5
          Sox to try War Hawks Sunday, 1957/08/30: 5
        Shiner Wildcats
          beat Shiner, 8-2, Austin Indians, 7-6, 1957/06/28: 5
          bop Shiner again, 1957/07/26: 5
          try Shiner Wildcats Sunday, 1957/07/19: 5
        Williams, T. J., "castoff" pitcher, flips no-hit game for Black Sox against Weimar Wildcats, 1957/06/21: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1958)
        East Side Baseball League
          battle into playoffs against Wheatley Heights; Indians turn in triple play against Young Wonders, 1958/08/08: 5
          blank Heights, 11-0, 1958/06/20: 5
          bust Merchants, 4-1, 1958/07/04: 5
          darkness halts Merchants and Sox in 2-2 playoff thriller, 1958/08/29: 5
          Merchants edge San Antonio Black Sox, 5-4, 1958/04/25: 5
          Miles Humble Oilers meet the San Antonio Black Sox as part of twin bill Sunday, 1958/04/25: 5
          Miles Humble Oilers win against Black Sox to top loop, stay unbeaten, 1958/05/02: 5
          Oilers and Merchants turn back Black Sox and Wonders, 1958/07/11: 5
          Sox-Merchants spotlighted in ESBB League playoff, Sunday, 1958/08/29: 5
          stakes high as Black Sox and Wheatley Heights battle Sunday, 1958/08/01: 5
          win top loop against Wheatley Heights; Sox blank Wonders, 6-0, 1958/07/25: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1959)
        cop two in San Angelo, 1959/07/10: 5
        Del Rio
          again upends Black Sox, 1959/08/07: 5
          bops Black Sox 8-4, 1959/07/17: 5
          Sox try Del Rio again Sunday, 1959/07/31: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          edge SA Bombers, 8-7, 1959/09/25: 5
          plays ESBB all-star team Sunday, 1959/09/25: 5
          Sox, Bombers in "rubber" game, 1959/09/18: 5
        Mexican team
          loses pair in Mexico, 1959/07/31: 5
          Mexico nine in twin bill with Black Sox, 1959/08/14: 5
        Nando's Cafe, Sox bop Nando's Cafe, 7-2, 1959/06/12: 5
        Nando's Giants
          hang out Nando's Giants, 1959/08/14: 5
          plays Nando's Giants Sunday, 1959/08/07: 5
        Pearsall
          Sox bang out 13 extra base hits to plaster Pearsall, 1959/07/24: 5
          Sox play Pearsall here Sunday, 1959/07/17: 5
        Seguin Black Sox
          SA Sox rout Seguin, 12-4, 1959/09/04: 5
          Seguin, SA Black Sox vie here, 1959/08/28: 5
          Seguin Black Sox nip SA Black Sox, 6-5, 1959/06/19: 5
          Seguin scheduled for Sunday, 1959/06/12: 5
        Sox and manager, Royal Brock, thank sponsors, 1959/05/08: 5
        Three Rivers Eagles
          Black Sox and Three Rivers try again Sunday after being rained out, 1959/05/15: 5
          Phillips, Cecil ("Dooty"), homer keys Sox to victory over Three Rivers Eagles, 1959/04/10: 5
          Sox play Three Rivers Eagles Sunday, 1959/05/08: 5
          Sox rally, nip Three Rivers, 2-1, 1959/05/22: 5
        Uvalde
          Sox try Uvalde here, Sunday, 1959/05/29: 5
          Uvalde sets down Sox, 10-9, in 12 innings, 1959/05/29: 5
        Victoria Eagles
          Sox hand first loss to Victoria Eagles, 1959/06/26: 5
          Sox try unbeaten Victoria Eagles, 1959/06/19: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1960)
        Ayala Grocery
          Sox, Ayala Grocery get with it, 1960/07/29: 5
          Sox clobber Ayala Grocery, 1960/08/05: 5
        bow to Kenwood Roadrunners in 13-inning thriller, 1960/06/17: 5
        Brooksdale All Stars
          All Stars, Black Sox in "grudge" tilt, 1960/05/13: 5
          All Stars edge SA Black Sox 4-3, 1960/05/20: 5
        Cardona Welders
          Sox, Cordona Welders play 9-9 stalemate, 1960/07/08: 5
          Sox beat Cardona Welders, 1960/09/16: 5
          Sox meet Cardona Welders, try to snap Latin victory string, 1960/07/01: 5
          Sox try Cardona Welders, 1960/08/12: 5
        Comfort Falcons meet Sox Sunday, 1960/09/23: 5
        first team meeting called, 1960/03/04: 5
        Flores Drive-In
          Black Sox, Flores Drive-In renew feuding, 1960/07/15: 5
          darkness ends Sox-Flores game at 5-5, 1960/05/13: 5
          Sox, Flores Drive-In mix Sunday, 1960/05/06: 5
          Sox edge Flores Drive-In, 1960/07/22: 5
        Grant, Cleveland, gets two homers as Sox pound Dave's Ice Station, 1960/07/29: 5
        Mexican teams
          plays Mexican nine (Keko Indians), 1960/06/03: 5
          tie, lose with Muzquiz in Mexico, 1960/09/23: 5
        Nando's Cafe
          Nando's, Black Sox vie Sunday, 1960/05/20: 5
          Sox have field day over Nando's Cafe, 1960/05/27: 5
        practice slated for Sunday, 1960/04/01: 5
        San Antonio All Stars
          SA All-Stars, Black Sox pop lid, 1960/04/22: 5
          Shaw, John, fans 18 as Sox beat SA All Stars, 1960/09/09: 5
          Sox, SA All Stars battle Sunday, 1960/09/02: 5
          Sox tames SA All Stars, 1960/04/29: 5
        try Perez Lounge Sunday, 1960/08/26: 5
        Uvalde, Sox divide twin bill, 1960/05/06: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1961)
        in 8-8 stalemate with Goliad Dodgers, 1961/06/16: 5
        annual party set for October 6, 1961/09/29: 5
        Austin teams
          defeat Austin Indians, 1961/04/07: 5
          Sox bow to Austin Palominos, 1961/05/26: 5
        benefit dance set for Keyhole Club, 1961/11/17: 5
          Black Sox win in night club, then on diamond, 1961/05/12: 5
          dance, floor show presented, 1961/04/28: 5
        Blair New's Young Wonders
          Sox edge Young Wonders, 1961/09/01: 5
          Sox tangle with Young Wonders Sunday, 1961/08/25: 5
        blast out 10-4 win over Poteet, 1961/04/21: 5
        Cardona Welders
          Sox decision Welders, 4-3, 1961/08/25: 5
          Sox in 'homecomer' with Cardona Welders, 1961/08/18: 5
        Castroville
          Sox try Castroville, seek revenge, 1961/06/23: 5
          Sox win, dine in Castroville, 1961/07/07: 5
        Corpus Christi Blue Jays
          Sox blast CC Blue Jays, 1961/09/15: 5
          Sox take on unbeaten CC Blue Jays, 1961/09/08: 5
        Dooty Phillips hits grand slam homer, but Sox lose, 1961/06/09: 5
        end diamond season Oct. 1, 1961/09/22: 5
        members of team (photo), 1961/05/05: 5
        Mexican teams
          lose, win in Muzquiz, Mexico, 1961/07/14: 5
          lose three in Mexico, 1961/09/22: 5
        New Braunfels Lions bombard Black Sox, 1961/05/19: 5
        San Antonio Blue Jays
          Black Sox, SA Blue Jays close season, 1961/09/29: 5
          Sox blast SA Blue Jays in diamond finale, 1961/10/06: 5
        scalp SA Indians, 1961/09/08: 5
        spank Highland Inn, 1961/08/18: 5
        win twin bill, 1961/09/08: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1962)
        Alamo City All-Stars, south side loop champs, bow to SA Black Sox, 1962/08/10: 5
        Austin Cubs whammed by Black Sox, 1962/07/13: 5
        Austin Palominos
          decision Black Sox, 7-3, 1962/06/29: 5
          rain washes out Sox-Palomino game in Austin, 1962/06/08: 5
          Sox play Palominos Sunday (photo), 1962/07/06: 5
          trample Black Sox, 1962/04/06: 5
        beat Goliad, 9-6, for eight in a row, 1962/06/01: 5
        beat Pearsall All Stars for sixth straight year, 1962/05/18: 5
        benefit dance and floorshow
          to be presented at Keyhole, May 5, 1962/05/04: 5
          Black Sox score with dance and floor show, 1962/05/11: 7
          dance and floor show has packed crowd at Keyhole, 1962/11/23: 5
          semi-annual benefit date set, 1962/11/02: 5
          set for Nov. 17, 1962/11/16: 5
        Blair New's Young Wonders
          Sox bow to Young Wonders, 7-5, 1962/03/30: 5
          Wonders and Black Sox pop lid at Pittman-Sullivan Park, 1962/03/16: 5
        Cardona Welders
          Sox clobber Cardona Welders, 19-8, 1962/07/27: 5
          Sox get eight homers as Cardona Welders are murdered, 1962/03/30: 5
          Sox try Cardona Welders Sunday, 1962/07/20: 5
        come from behind to beat Floresville Cubs, 1962/08/10: 5
        drop twin bill to San Marcos Wildcats, 1962/07/20: 5
        East Side All-Stars
          cool ES All-Stars, 11-4, 1962/08/03: 5
          edge East Side All-Star team, 6-5, 1962/07/13: 5
          meet East Side League All-Stars when 25-year feud is renewed, 1962/07/27: 5
        get big win over Asherton Tigers, 14-4, 1962/05/25: 5
        Houston Colts
          play Houston Colts here Sunday, 1962/09/28: 6
          smother Houston Colts, 18-1, 1962/10/05: 5
        Kerrville All-Stars
          hosted by Kerrville All-Stars Sunday, 1962/09/07: 5
          Kerrville and Sox in tie, play again Sunday, 1962/09/14: 5
          Sox and Kerrville again tie, 1962/09/21: 5
          Sox and Kerrville try to settle something on Sunday, 1962/10/12: 5
          Sox win finale from Kerrville All-Stars, 10-6, 1962/10/19: 5
        Maddox, Cal, strikes out last three Corpus Blue Jays to save 10-9 victory, 1962/04/27: 5
        McDonough Brothers Pirates
          Sox take on Pirates Sunday, 1962/08/24: 5
          Sox taken by Pirates, 7-2, 1962/08/31: 5
        outslug Indians, 12-6, 1962/05/04: 5
        Palmero's Lounge
          next foe is Palmero's Lounge, 1962/08/10: 5
          Sox take out Palmero's Lounge, 7-5, 1962/08/17: 5
        paste San Antonio Ramblers, 14-1, 1962/04/13: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          take on San Antonio Bombers on Labor Day, 1962/08/31: 5
          win holiday weekend series against Wheatley Hawks and San Antonio Bombers, 1962/09/07: 5
        three games remain on schedule, 1962/09/14: 5
        Uvalde's Holy Name
          Sox cool Uvalde's Holy Name nine, 9-3, 1962/04/20: 5
          Sox go on home run spree to bop Holy Name of Uvalde twice, 1962/09/28: 6
        Wheatley Courts Hawks
          try Wheatley Courts Hawks Sunday, 1962/08/31: 5
          win holiday weekend series against Wheatley Hawks and San Antonio Bombers, 1962/09/07: 5
        Woodson, Felix "Woodman" benefit, Sox hold benefit game for Woodson, who accidentally injured his right arm, 1962/06/08: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1963)
        Asherton Tigers snowed under by Black Sox, 1963/05/24: 5
        Austin Palominos
          Palominos 31, Sox 1! This was a baseball score?, 1963/04/19: 5
          Sox play in Uvalde Sunday; host Austin Palominos Aug. 4, 1963/07/26: 5
        come from behind, beat Pearsall, 1963/08/16: 5
        Denver Heights Bears go at it with Sox, Sunday, 1963/09/06: 5
        drop three games in weekend, 1963/06/14: 5
        Goliad, Sox rebound and pour it on Goliad, 23-11, 1963/06/21: 5
        Hondo, Sox bust Saspamco, swamp Hondo, 1963/07/26: 5
        Kerrville All Stars, Black Sox take on All Stars Sunday, 1963/08/23: 5
        King's Men Young Wonders
          Black Sox thump Wonders, 1963/07/19: 5
          blister Wonders, 14-3, 1963/05/03: 3
          go for it Sunday, 1963/04/26: 5
          Young Wonders try Black Sox Sunday, 1963/07/12: 5
        Lockhart
          big bats explode to bury Lockhart, 1963/08/09: 5
          Lockhart, Black Sox mix here Sunday, 1963/08/02: 5
        plan to play games at home, 1963/07/12: 5
        Rio Medina
          Rio Medina whitewashes Black Sox, 6-0, 1963/06/07: 5
          Sox stop Rio Medina as Shaw flips 3-hitter, 1963/06/28: 5
          try Rio Medina in Seguin Sunday, 1963/06/21: 5
        San Antonio Bees
          Bees meet Black Sox on Labor Day; Old Timers Star, 1963/08/30: 5
          Bees put whammy on Black Sox, 1963/09/06: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          Bombers to play Black Sox Sunday, 1963/08/16: 5
          defeated by Black Sox, 1963/08/23: 5
        Saspamco, Sox bust Saspamco, swamp Hondo, 1963/07/26: 5
        Seguin Blue Jays
          meet Sunday, 1963/05/10: 5
          Sox bang Jays, 8-3, 1963/05/17: 5
          win three games during weekend, smothering Blue Jays and taking a double header in San Marcos, 1963/05/31: 5
        semi-annual benefit dance
          capacity crowd attends dance, 1963/12/06: 5
          dance and floor show draws packed house, 1963/05/24: 5
          dance to be held at Keyhole, May 18, 1963/05/17: 5
          set for Nov. 30, 1963/11/08: 5, 1963/11/29: 5
          team members boost semi-annual benefit floor show and dance (photo), 1963/05/17: 4
          Tiny Paschall to headline show, 1963/11/15: 5
        Uvalde Holy Name
          Sox play in Uvalde Sunday; host Austin Palominos Aug. 4, 1963/07/26: 5
          take twin bill from Uvalde's Holy Name team, 1963/05/10: 5
          Uvalde Holy Name, Black Sox split pair, 1963/08/02: 5
        Von Ormy pasted by Black Sox by unbelieveable 42-2 score, 1963/04/26: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1964)
        Austin Benson Braves
          again bow to Austin Benson Braves, 1964/07/03: 5
          Austin snaps Black Sox victory string at ten, 1964/06/12: 5
          Braves whitewash Black Sox 4-0, 1964/08/14: 5
          Sox face their "jinx of year," 1964/08/07: 5
          Sox gun for only team to beat them, Austin's Benson Braves, 1964/06/26: 5
          washed out, Sox travel to Austin for game, Sunday, 1964/06/05: 5
        Austin Palominos
          Sox lose to Palominos, 1964/09/25: 5
          Sox try Austin Palominos here Sunday, 1964/09/18: 5
        benefit dance and floor show
          Black Sox, up all night for semi-annual dance, take Fiesta, 7-5, 1964/08/07: 5
          record crowd attends annual dance, floor show, 1964/08/07: 5
          semi-annual floor show, dance, at Keyhole, 1964/07/31: 5
        Black Sox take Standard Cleaners to cleaners, 1964/04/24: 5
        Boerne White Sox try to stop Black Sox, 1964/05/08: 5
        Comfort Falcons
          Sox hand Falcons their first loss, 1964/08/28: 5
          Sox meet unbeaten Comfort Falcons Sunday, 1964/08/21: 5
        Cuero Turkey Trotters
          bang Cuero, 8-3, 1964/06/19: 5
          Trotters, Black Sox mix Sunday, 1964/06/12: 5
        East Side All Stars
          All Stars bust Black Sox, 1964/09/11: 5
          All Stars maul Black Sox again, 1964/09/18: 5
          Black Sox try to even score with All Stars, 1964/09/11: 5
          play East Side All Stars Sunday; try Royals Monday, 1964/09/04: 5
        Fiesta Drive-In
          Black Sox, up all night for semi-annual dance, take Fiesta, 7-5, 1964/08/07: 5
          Fiesta, Sox tangle Sunday, 1964/07/31: 5
        Flores Drive-In
          and Black Sox battle Sunday, 1964/04/10: 5
          Black Sox put the whip to Flores, 1964/04/17: 5
        Garibay lumbers, Sox come back to bury them 27-3, 1964/05/01: 5
        Houston's Shroeder Lumber play Black Sox at Weimar, 1964/06/26: 5
        Kerrville All-Stars
          All Stars try for two straight over Black Sox, 1964/07/24: 5
          Sox, Kerrville meet here Sunday, 1964/07/03: 5
          Sox face Kerrville All Stars here, 1964/08/14: 5
          Sox finally handle Kerrville, 1964/08/21: 5
          try for 11 straight with Kerrville, 1964/05/29: 5
        Mayes, Carlos, airman makes last appearance before leaving for duty in Turkey, 1964/07/10: 5
        McDonough Brothers
          go on doubles binge in last of ninth, come from behind to win against McDonough Brothers, 1964/07/24: 5
          Sox try McDonough Brothers Sunday, 1964/07/17: 5
        open with Shiner Colt 45s Sunday, 1964/04/03: 5
        run string to eight, 1964/05/15: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          get together, 1964/08/28: 5
          Sox turn back Bombers, 1964/09/04: 5
        San Antonio Colt .45s
          Black Sox try for no. 7 against, 1964/05/01: 5
          Sox beat Colts 5-1 for 7th straight, 1964/05/08: 5
        Schulenburg
          Schulenburg buried by Sox, 14-4, 1964/05/22: 5
          Sox eye Schulenburg Dodgers as victim no. 9, 1964/05/15: 5
        Seguin Black Sox
          battle with Seguin Black Sox on "Carlos Mayes Day," 1964/07/10: 5
          can't shake Kerrville jinx, 1964/07/31: 5
          put whammy on Seguin, 1964/07/17: 5
        Southcross All Stars
          go for no. 10 against Southcross All Stars, 1964/05/22: 5
          put whammy on Southcross for tenth straight win, 1964/05/29: 5
        Sox after no. 5 Sunday, 1964/04/17: 5
        splits holiday weekend series, 1964/07/10: 5
        tame Weimar Wildcats, twice, 1964/06/26: 5
        thump Arthur's Drive-in, 10-3, 1964/04/03: 5
        wallop Shiner .45s, 1964/04/10: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1965)
        Alamo City Baseball tournament, Black Sox win against San Antonio Bombers, 1965/10/29: 5
        Austin Benson Braves
          Braves nip Sox 1-0 in 13 innings, 1965/07/30: 5
          meet real jinx, Benson Braves, Sunday, 1965/06/25: 5
          overcome hoodoo, beat Benson Braves, 1965/07/02: 5
          Sox, Austin Benson Braves go at it again, Sunday, 1965/07/23: 5
          Sox seek to end 4-year-old Austin jinx, 1965/05/14: 5
          Sox split with Benson Braves in Austin, 6-5 and 15-5, 1965/08/06: 5
        Austin Palominos
          Black Sox finally beat Austin Palominos, 1965/08/27: 5
          Sox take on spectacular Austin Palominos here Saturday, 1965/08/20: 5
        benefit dance and floor show
          10th semi-annual floor show-dance set for Dec. 4, 1965/11/19: 5
          dance, floor show called "most important ever," 1965/04/30: 5
          full crowd at Sox floor show, dance, 1965/05/07: 5
        Black Sox Baseball Tournament
          Austin Pirates
            meet San Antonio Bombers in top game of baseball meet Sunday, 1965/09/24: 5
            oust Spriggsdale Cleaners from tourney, 1965/09/24: 5
            and San Antonio Bears ousted from tourney, 1965/10/15: 5
          baseball tournament, city championships at stake Sunday, 1965/10/15: 5
          baseball tourney set for Sept. 5-Oct. 3, 1965/07/23: 5
          deadline for entering Sox statewide baseball tournament is Aug. 27, 1965/08/27: 5
          details being perfected, 1965/08/06: 5
          rain-interrupted baseball meet will be resumed, Sunday, Oct. 3, 1965/10/01: 5
          San Antonio Bombers and Sox in title game, 1965/10/22: 5
          unbeaten nines battle in tournament feature, 1965/09/17: 5
          West Side All-Stars eliminated from meet, 1965/09/17: 5
          win twice in own baseball meet, 1965/09/10: 5
          World Series game to be seen and heard at baseball meet Sunday, 1965/10/08: 5
        Corpus Christi Texaco Chiefs
          Black Sox snap Corpus Texaco Chiefs victory string, 1965/06/04: 5
          Sox outscore Corpus Christi Chiefs, 13-9, 1965/08/20: 5
          Texaco Chiefs tangle with Sox, 1965/05/28: 5
        Cuero Turkey Trotters
          Shaw, John hits 460-ft. homer against Cuero, defeating the Trotters, 9-5, 1965/08/13: 5
          Sox host Cuero Turkey Trotters Sunday, 1965/08/06: 5
          Trotters turn back Black Sox, 4-3, 1965/07/23: 5
        drop two games during weekend, 1965/06/25: 5
        Kerrville All Stars
          Black Sox meet Kerrville All Stars here, 1965/03/26: 5
          Sox blank Kerrville in opener, 1965/04/09: 5
          Sox host Kerrville in baseball opener, 1965/04/02: 5
        Longhorn Cement Exporters
          Exporters meet Black Sox, 1965/04/30: 5
          Sox sock Longhorn Exporters, 1965/05/07: 5
        San Antonio Soxettes, wives club, holds Cotton Ball dance at Keyhole, 1965/07/30: 5
        Seguin Blue Jays
          Blue Jays, Black Sox, girls softball on Sunday bill, 1965/06/11: 5
          Blue Jays turn back Sox, 1965/05/28: 5
          Sox batter Seguin Blue Jays, 1965/06/18: 5
        Shiner Bullets
          Black Sox cool Shiner nine, 34-3, 1965/04/23: 5
          Shiner Bullets aim at Sox Sunday, 1965/04/16: 5
          Sox rout Shiner Bullets in 24-1 debacle, 1965/07/09: 5
        Soxettes fete Black Sox on eve of title game, 1965/10/29: 5
        West Side All Stars
          get revenge, bop West Side All Stars, 1965/07/16: 5
          Sox, West Side All Stars meet again, 1965/07/09: 5
        win two in weekend, 1965/04/30: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1966)
        Alamo City Baseball Tournament
          2nd annual tourney gets under way, 1966/09/02: 5
          Alamo City BB meet gets under way Sept. 4, 1966/08/05: 5
          Austin Aztecs win tourney, 1966/10/28: 5
          City Lumber, Bombers ousted for fighting, 1966/10/07: 5
          deadline reset to enter annual tourney, 1966/08/26: 5
          deadline set for entering, 1966/08/12: 5
          SA Yanks oust Sox from meet, 1966/10/14: 5
          Sox, Yankees vie in tourney game Sunday, 1966/10/07: 5
          three games in tourney after two successive rainouts, 1966/09/30: 5
          tourney rained out, three games, Sunday, 1966/09/16: 5
          tourney to resume after 2nd rainout, 1966/09/23: 5
          Yanks, Austin Aztecs, Bombers win opening games, 1966/09/09: 6
          Yanks, Austin play for title Sunday, 1966/10/21: 5
          Yanks, Cleaners in semi-finals, 1966/10/14: 5
        Austin Greyhounds
          Black Sox cop twin bill, 1966/08/26: 5
          Black Sox lose to Greyhounds, 1966/08/05: 5
          Black Sox win 6-2 in Austin, 1966/05/13: 5
          Greyhounds and Black Sox meet Sunday, 1966/05/13: 5
          Sox trip Greyhounds in 13 innings, 1966/05/20: 5
          twin bill puts Sox against Spriggsdale Cleaners, Austin, 1966/08/19: 5
        Austin Pirates, and Black Sox mix Sunday, 1966/04/15: 5
        benefit dance and floor show
          another fine dance, show staged by Sox, 1966/07/08: 5
          charity dance, show on Dec. 30, 1966/12/02: 5
          held at Keyhole, 1966/06/24: 5
          new numbers added to floor show, 1966/07/01: 5
          set for Nov. 25, 26, 1966/11/25: 5
          "Show of Shows" set for Dec. 30, 1966/12/16: 5, 1966/12/23: 5
          Sox dance and floor show set for Nov 25, 26, 1966/11/11: 5
          Sox have another hit show, 1966/12/02: 5
        Black Sox try for two in twin bill Sunday, 1966/05/27: 5
        Carrizo Springs
          Black Sox trim Travelers, edged by Carrizo Springs, 1966/06/17: 5
          Black Sox try Travelers, Carrizo Springs in twin bill, 1966/06/10: 5
          edges Black Sox, 1966/04/29: 5
        Crystal City Popeyes, Sox, play twin bill, 1966/04/29: 5
        Cuero
          Black Sox win pair, 1966/07/29: 5
          Cuero bows to Sox, 5-3, 1966/07/08: 5
          Sox play W. Side All Stars, Cuero in double-header, 1966/07/22: 5
        Houston All Stars
          Black Sox make double killing, 1966/07/15: 5
          play Black Sox in twin bill, 1966/07/08: 5
          Sox travel to Weimar to play Houston, 1966/08/26: 5
        Lockhart
          Black Sox play another double-header, 1966/06/24: 5
          Black Sox roll over Lockhart, 12-4, 1966/06/10: 5
          Black Sox splits twin bill, beats Lockhart, 1966/07/01: 5
        Luling Oilers
          Black Sox make double killing, 1966/07/15: 5
          play Black Sox in twin bill, 1966/07/08: 5
        Mexico City All Stars to play Yanks, Black Sox on Labor Day, 1966/08/12: 5
        overflow crowd watches Black Sox cop twin bill, 1966/06/03: 5
        Red's Drive-in
          Black Sox play another double-header, 1966/06/24: 5
          Black Sox splits twin bill, loses to Red's Drive-in, 1966/07/01: 5
        San Antonio Brown Bugs stomp Black Sox, 1966/09/09: 5
        San Antonio Red Sox
          Black Sox have Red Sox, Seguin for twin bill, 1966/08/05: 5
          Black Sox win one, rained out in second, 1966/08/12: 5
        San Antonio Travelers
          Black Sox trim Travelers, edged by Carrizo Springs, 1966/06/17: 5
          Black Sox try Travelers, Carrizo Springs in twin bill, 1966/06/10: 5
        San Antonio Yankees
          Black Sox, SA Yankees pry lid off BB season in revamped park, 1966/04/08: 5
          and Black Sox in grudge game, 1966/05/20: 5
          Yanks do it to Sox again, 1966/05/27: 5
        Seguin Blue Jays
          Black Sox cop twin bill, 1966/08/26: 5
          Black Sox cut down Blue Jays, 6 to 3, 1966/08/19: 5
          Black Sox have Red Sox, Seguin for twin bill, 1966/08/05: 5
          Black Sox win one, rained out in second, 1966/08/12: 5
          Seguin team to have Saturday night fling in SA, 1966/08/05: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners
          and Black Sox meet in July 4 attraction, 1966/07/01: 5
          twin bill puts Sox against Cleaners, Austin Greyhounds, 1966/08/19: 5
        West Side All Stars
          Black Sox win pair, 1966/07/29: 5
          Sox play W. Side All Stars, Cuero in double-header, 1966/07/22: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1967)
        Alamo City Baseball Tournament
          3 baseball tourney games set for Sunday after being battered by rain, 1967/09/29: 6
          3 games slated Sunday in BB meet, 1967/10/13: 5, 1967/10/27: 5
          all-Austin game to headline action Sunday, 1967/11/03: 6
          annual Sox tourney to start August 20, 1967/07/14: 5
          Austin 'Hounds, Bugs in finals, 1967/11/17: 5
          Austin 'Hounds, Luling Oilers win in BB meet, 1967/11/10: 5
          baseball tournament to resume Saturday, 1967/09/01: 5
          Brown Bugs battle way to BB meet finals, 1967/11/17: 5
          Bugs city's last hope in baseball meet, 1967/11/10: 5
          Bugs win two, cop BB meet, 1967/11/24: 5
          darkness halts BB game, 1967/11/03: 6
          play to resume in baseball meet, 1967/09/15: 5
          San Antonio Bears beat Brown Bugs in baseball meet, 4-3, 1967/09/22: 5
          set for August 20, 1967/07/28: 5
          Spriggsdale Cleaners, Austin Greyhounds, and Austin Aztecs win in tourney, 1967/08/25: 5
          tourney to kick off Sunday, 1967/08/18: 5
          tourney to open August 20, 1967/08/11: 5
          West Side All Stars and San Antonio Black Sox eliminated from annual tournament, 1967/10/06: 5
          Yankees play twin bill Sunday against Spriggsdale Cleaners and Pleasanton Cardinals, 1967/09/22: 5
        Austin Benson Braves
          Benson Braves and Sox to battle Sunday, 1967/04/28: 5
          Black Sox beat Austin in 13th inning, 1967/06/09: 5
          Black Sox divide doubleheader between Seguin Aztecs and Benson Braves, 1967/06/16: 5
          Sox lose to Austin Braves, 12-10, 1967/05/12: 5
          Sox meet Benson Braves in Austin, 1967/06/02: 5
          Sox meet two teams in twin bill, Seguin Aztecs and Benson Braves of Austin, 1967/06/09: 5
          Sox win 3rd straight doubleheader against Fred Brock Post American Legion and Benson Braves, 1967/05/05: 5
        Austin Greyhounds
          Black Sox give and take in a double header, losing to Greyhounds and winning over Red Sox, 1967/05/19: 5
          Greyhounds try Sox, seek revenge, 1967/05/12: 5
          Sox blister Austin Greyhounds, 18-7, 1967/08/04: 5
          Sox bop Austin Greyhounds, 1967/04/28: 5
          Sox meet Austin Greyhounds and Red Sox in a doubleheader, 1967/07/21: 51967/07/21: 5
          Sox win twin bill against Red Sox (2-0), and Austin Greyhounds (13-3), 1967/07/28: 5
        benefit dance and floor show
          Black Sox dance and show of shows set for July 1, 1967/06/23: 5, 1967/06/30: 5
          dance, floor show set for Saturday, 1967/03/17: 5
          record crowd attends annual dance, floor show, 1967/03/24: 5
          Sox to present dance, floor show at Keyhole, 1967/03/10: 5
        Carrizo Springs clobbered by Sox, 1967/04/14: 5
        Clay's Colts, Sox take two from Clay's Colts, 19-2 and 19-3, 1967/08/18: 6
        flu-ridden Black Sox to practice Sunday, 1967/03/03: 5
        Fred Brock Post American Legion, Sox win 3rd straight doubleheader against American Legion post and Benson Braves of Austin, 1967/05/05: 5
        kick off with doubleheader, 1967/03/31: 5
        Luling Oilers
          Sox meet Longhorn Exporters and Luling Oilers in double-header, 1967/07/07: 5
          Sox travel to take on Luling Oilers, 1967/08/11: 5
        Moreno Red Sox, Black Sox get no-hitter against Moreno Red Sox; slaughter Russ Plumbing Co. team, 1967/04/07: 5
        picnic and "Show of Shows"
          Friday, August 11, new date for Sox picnic, show, 1967/08/11: 5
          set for August 10, 1967/07/21: 5
        Piedras Negras
          and Black Sox play twin bill, 1967/04/07: 5, 1967/04/14: 5
          Sox bust Mexican nine twice, 1967/04/21: 5
        Russ Plumbing Co., Black Sox get no-hitter against Moreno Red Sox; slaughter Russ Plumbing Co. team, 1967/04/07: 5
        San Antonio Red Sox
          Red Sox win in double header, 1967/05/19: 5
          Sox meet Austin Greyhounds and Red Sox in a doubleheader, 1967/07/21: 51967/07/21: 5
          Sox win twin bill against Red Sox (2-0), and Austin Greyhounds (13-3), 1967/07/28: 5
        San Antonio Tigers
          Sox meet Seguin Black Sox and SA Tigers, 1967/08/04: 5
          Sox win twin bill against Seguin Black Sox (19-2) and San Antonio Tigers (16-0), 1967/08/11: 5
        San Antonio Yankees and Sox in July 4 twin bill, 1967/06/30: 5
        Seguin Aztecs
          Black Sox divide doubleheader between Aztecs and Benson Braves, 1967/06/16: 5
          Sox bopped by Seguin Aztecs, 7-5, 1967/07/21: 5
          Sox meet Seguin Aztecs and Benson Braves of Austin in twin bill, 1967/06/09: 5
        Seguin Black Sox
          Sox meet Seguin Black Sox and SA Tigers, 1967/08/04: 5
          Sox win twin bill against Seguin Black Sox and San Antonio Tigers, 1967/08/11: 5
        Sox win 2 games in Weimar, 1967/06/23: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners
          Black Sox and Spriggsdale Cleaners in winner-take-all game Sunday, 1967/06/23: 5
          Sox sweep twin bill against San Antonio Astros and Spriggsdale Cleaners, 1967/06/30: 5
        training to start Sunday, 1967/02/10: 5
        Uvalde All Stars
          Sox get 50 hits and 35 runs in copping twin bill against West Side All Stars and Uvalde All Stars, 1967/06/02: 5
          Sox top Uvalde, 1967/05/26: 5
          Uvalde to try Sox here Sunday, 1967/05/26: 5
        win 4 of 5 games in holiday week action, 1967/07/14: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1968)
        American Legion Fred Brock Post, Sox in twin bill Sunday, 1968/05/03: 5
        Austin Aztecs
          Aztecs, Sox, meet in twin bill, 1968/05/03: 5, 1968/05/17: 5
          Sox finally win one, 1968/05/24: 5
        Austin Greyhounds
          Austin Greyhounds bow to Yanks, edge Sox, 1968/04/19: 5
          doubleheader set for Easter Sunday with Sox playing Greyhounds and Yankees playing Robles Sports, 1968/04/12: 5
        benefit dance and floor show
          dance, Show of Shows on March 2, 1968/02/23: 5
          dance, Show of Shows set for October, 1968/09/27: 5, 1968/10/04: 5
          packed house on hand for floor show, dance, 1968/03/08: 5
          'Show of Shows' has surprise package, 1968/05/31: 5
          'Show of Shows' pulls big crowd, 1968/06/07: 5
          'Show of Shows' set for June 1, 1968/05/17: 5
          Sox dance, show set for Oct. 5, 1968/09/13: 5
        Chichimec Indians beaten by Sox, 1968/09/27: 5
        Corpus Christi All Stars
          Sox, Corpus Christi All Stars in feature game of twin bill, 1968/08/09: 5
          Sox bop Corpus, Rojas nips West Side, 1968/08/16: 5
          Sox rally to beat Corpus in 11th, 1968/06/14: 5
        Crystal City Popeyes, Sox play in Crystal City, 1968/03/29: 5
        Del Rio Rams
          Black Sox win twin bill in Del Rio, 1968/06/28: 5
          Del Rio, revenge-bent, plays Sox pair, 1968/06/28: 5
        doubleheader set at Sox Park, with Sox playing the winner, 1968/09/20: 5
        hurler, Isadore Hannaba, wins own game with 3-run homer, 1968/07/05: 5
        Longhorn Exporters
          Sox play Exporters, Seguin Aztecs Sunday, 1968/07/26: 5
          Sox sweep twin bill of San Antonio Exporters and Luling Oilers, 1968/06/07: 5
          Sox trip Exporters, but bow to Seguin, 1968/08/02: 5
          Sox try Exporters, Luling Oilers Sunday, 1968/05/31: 5
        Luling Oilers
          Black Sox sweep twin bill of San Antonio Exporters and Luling Oilers, 1968/06/07: 5
          Sox turn back Luling, 1968/07/12: 5
        opening game
          ready for Easter opener, 1968/04/05: 5
          Sox open in SA on Easter, 1968/03/29: 5
        Pearsall
          Black Sox win one (Seguin), lose one (Pearsall), 1968/08/09: 5
          Sox blister Pearsall, 1968/05/31: 5
        San Antonio Yankees
          Sox, Yankees collide in twin bill Sunday, 1968/04/26: 5
          Yankees, Sox meet in July 4 doubleheader, 1968/06/28: 5
          Yankees, Sox play holiday doubleheader, 1968/07/05: 5
          Yankees take pair from Black Sox, 1968/07/12: 5
          Yankees take two from Sox, 1968/05/03: 5
        Seguin Aztecs
          Black Sox double loser, to Sudden Cleaners and Seguin Aztecs, 1968/07/19: 5
          Black Sox win one (Seguin), lose one (Pearsall), 1968/08/09: 5
          Sox, Seguin Aztecs vie, 1968/08/23: 5
          Sox lose to Seguin, 1968/08/30: 5
          Sox play Cleaners, Seguin Aztecs Sunday, 1968/07/12: 5
          Sox play Exporters, Seguin Aztecs Sunday, 1968/07/26: 5
          Sox rip Seguin Aztecs, 1968/07/26: 5
        Southwestern Rojas
          Black Sox sweep twin Bill against Southwest Rojas and West Side All Stars, 1968/09/13: 5
          Sox play twin bill Sunday: Southwestern Rojas and West Side All Stars, 1968/09/06: 5
        Sox start training for 1968 season, 1968/03/08: 5
        Sox win one, but don't count it a win because it was a charity game, 1968/05/10: 5
        Sudden Cleaners
          Black Sox double loser, to Sudden Cleaners and Seguin Aztecs, 1968/07/19: 5
          Sox play Cleaners, Seguin Aztecs Sunday, 1968/07/12: 51968/07/12: 5
        Uvalde All Stars
          Black Sox play West Side, Uvalde, Sunday, 1968/06/14: 5
          split Sunday doubleheader, blistering West Side All Stars, dropping 10-7 to Uvalde All Stars, 1968/06/21: 5
        West Side All Stars
          Black Sox play West Side, Uvalde, Sunday, 1968/06/14: 5
          Black Sox sweep twin Bill against Southwest Rojas and West Side All Stars, 1968/09/13: 5
          Sox play twin bill Sunday: Southwestern Rojas and West Side All Stars, 1968/09/06: 5
          Sox split Sunday doubleheader, blistering West Side All Stars, dropping 10-7 to Uvalde All Stars, 1968/06/21: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1969)
        American Legion, Fred Brock Post, presents plaque to Black Sox for outstanding work on ball field and clean entertainment, 1969/03/21: 5
        Austin Aztecs
          Aztecs foul Black Sox victory string, 1969/05/30: 5
          Black Sox take on Austin Aztecs, Exporters, 1969/07/25: 5
          Sox beat Aztecs, Exporters for victories no. 23, 24, 1969/08/01: 5
          Sox to battle Austin Aztecs, Longhorn Exporters, Sunday, 1969/06/27: 5
          win one (Longhorn Explorers), lose one (Austin Aztecs), 1969/07/04: 5
        Austin Eagles and Black Sox to tangle Sunday, 1969/04/18: 5
        Austin Greyhounds
          Black Sox, Greyhounds rained out, 1969/10/10: 5
          Sox bust Austin Greyhounds, 1969/10/03: 5
          Sox end season with twin bill, playing Robles Sports and Austin Greyhounds, 1969/10/03: 5
          Sox get pair, busting Hounds, Castroville, 1969/06/06: 5
          Sox lose to Austin Greyhounds, 1969/08/22: 5
          Sox meet Castroville, Austin Greyhounds Sunday, 1969/05/30: 5
          Sox play Austin Greyhounds, Manor, 1969/08/22: 5
          Sox split pair, nipping Manor Merchants, dropping 4-1 decision to Austin Greyhounds, 1969/08/29: 5
          Sox travel to Austin to play Austin Greyhounds, 1969/08/15: 5
        benefit dance and floor show
          adds new attraction, the Soul Sensationals, 1969/12/26: 5
          all "Siders" urged to attend Sox gala show, 1970/01/02: 5
          capacity crowds to see "Show of Shows," 1969/08/15: 5
          crowd expected for "Show of Shows," 1969/02/28: 5
          dance, "Show of Shows" pack Keyhole, 1969/08/22: 5
          overflow crowd sees "Show of Shows," 1969/03/07: 6
          "Show of Shows," dance set for Keyhole, March 1, 1969/02/14: 5
          "Show of Shows" set for Aug. 15, 16, 1969/08/01: 5
          "Show of Shows" set for New Year's Eve at the Keyhole, 1969/12/12: 5, 1969/12/19: 5
        Castroville
          Castroville battered by Sox, 1969/06/27: 5
          Sox get pair, busting Hounds, Castroville, 1969/06/06: 5
          Sox meet Castroville, Austin Greyhounds Sunday, 1969/05/30: 5
        Chichimec Indians, Sox open season here with twin bill, 1969/04/04: 5
        Corpus Christi All Stars
          All Stars, Seguin Cardinals in Sunday twin bill, 1969/08/08: 5
          Black Sox in double win over CC All Stars, Seguin Cardinals, 1969/08/15: 5
          Black Sox nine bows to CC All Stars, 1969/08/08: 5
        Crystal City
          Black Sox win, lose in Crystal City, 1969/03/14: 5
          Sox open in Crystal City Sunday, 1969/03/07: 5
        doubleheader on SA Labor Day BB menu, 1969/08/29: 5
        Guerrero's Ice House, Sox tie one, win one, 1969/09/05: 5
        Kenwood Roadrunners
          Black Sox sweep twin bill, 1969/05/23: 5
          Black Sox to to play Kenwood, San Marcos Sunday, 1969/05/16: 5
        Longhorn Exporters
          Black Sox take on Austin Aztecs, Exporters, 1969/07/25: 5
          Sox beat Aztecs, Exporters for victories no. 23, 24, 1969/08/01: 5
          Sox to battle Austin Aztecs, Longhorn Exporters, Sunday, 1969/06/27: 5
          Sox win one (Longhorn Explorers), lose one (Austin Aztecs), 1969/07/04: 5
        Luling Oilers, Black Sox try Bears, Luling Oilers Sunday, 1969/06/13: 5
        Manor Merchants
          Black Sox ban Manor Merchants 12-2, 1969/07/25: 5
          Black Sox win twin bill with Manor Merchants and Seguin Cardinals, 1969/09/12: 5
          Sox play Austin Greyhounds, Manor, 1969/08/22: 5
          Sox split pair, nipping Manor Merchants, dropping 4-1 decision to Austin Greyhounds, 1969/08/29: 5
          Sox split pair in season's finale, 1969/10/24: 5
          Sox take on Manor Merchants, Seguin, 1969/09/05: 5
          Sox to play Manor in Smithville, 1969/07/18: 5
        Pearsall
          Black Sox to play Pearsall, Spriggsdale Cleaners Sunday, 1969/05/02: 5
          Black Sox wallop Pearsall, 1969/04/04: 6
          Sox play in Pearsall Sunday, 1969/03/28: 5, 1969/04/11: 5
          Sox thump Pearsall, 1969/04/18: 5
        Robles Sports
          Sox end season with twin bill, playing Robles Sports and Austin Greyhounds, 1969/10/03: 5
          Sox split pair in season's finale, 1969/10/24: 5
        San Antonio Bears, Black Sox and SA Bears divide twin bill, 1969/06/20: 5
        San Antonio Yankees
          Black Sox, Yankees in July 4 twin bill, 1969/07/04: 5
          Black Sox whip, tie SA Yankees, 1969/07/11: 5
          Sox, Yankees meet in twin bill Sunday, 1969/05/09: 5
        San Marcos Colts
          Black Sox sweep twin bill, 1969/05/23: 5
          Black Sox win 3 games over San Marcos Colts, and twin bill over weekend, 1969/04/11: 5
          Sox to play Kenwood, San Marcos Sunday, 1969/05/16: 5
        Seguin Aztecs, Sox open season here with twin bill, 1969/04/04: 5
        Seguin Cardinals
          Black Sox in double win over CC All Stars, Seguin Cardinals, 1969/08/15: 5
          Black Sox win twin bill with Manor Merchants and Seguin Cardinals, 1969/09/12: 5
          Corpus Christi Allstars, Seguin Cardinals in Sunday twin bill, 1969/08/08: 5
          Seguin hurler slams homer to win game, 1969/09/19: 5
          Sox take on Manor Merchants, Seguin, 1969/09/05: 5
          Sox tie one, win one, 1969/09/05: 5
        Sox Fat and Forty Nine play Fred Brock Post, 1969/07/11: 5
        Sox finale set for Oct. 19, 1969/10/17: 5
        Sox still unbeaten, 1969/05/16: 5
        Sox win eight in a row, 1969/04/25: 5
        Spanish-Americans League All Stars
          Sox in twin bill with Spanish-Americans, Sunday, 1969/09/19: 5
          Sox lose one, tie one with Spanish American League All Stars, 1969/09/26: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners
          Black Sox bop Spriggsdale Cleaners, 1969/07/18: 5
          Black Sox to play Pearsall, Spriggsdale Cleaners Sunday, 1969/05/02: 5
          Sox meet Spriggsdale Cleaners, 1969/07/11: 5
        training for Sox starts Sunday, 1969/02/21: 5
        Weimar, Sox take two from Weimar, 1969/07/11: 5
      San Antonio Black Sox (1970)
        Asherton clobbered by Sox, 16-5, 1970/04/17: 5
        Austin Braves
          Black Sox try Loma Park and Austin Braves, 1970/05/15: 5
          Sox beat Loma Park Bobcats, 9-3, and Austin Braves, 14-6, 1970/05/22: 5
          Sox zip Austin Braves, 8-5, 1970/05/15: 6
        Austin Indians
          Black Sox play Longhorn Exporters and Austin Indians on Sunday, 1970/04/03: 5
          Sox conked by Austin Indians, 9-5, 1970/04/03: 5
          Sox whip Austin Indians, 12-1, and SA Exporters, 9-0, 1970/04/10: 5
        Black Sox 20th anniversary and Royal Brock's birthday dance to be held March 14, 1970/03/13: 5
        Corpus Christi All Stars cool Sox, 10-8, 1970/05/01: 5
        Crystal City Popeyes, grand slam homer wins for Sox over Crystal City Popeyes, 1970/03/27: 6
        Floresville Eagles
          Sox beat Longhorn Exporters, 8-7, and Floresville Eagles, 5-1 in Sunday twin bill, 1970/06/19: 5
          Sox try Floresville and Longhorn Exporters, 1970/06/12: 5
        Guadalupe Lumber, Sox try Seguin Cards and Guadalupe Lumber, 1970/05/29: 5
        Loma Park Bobcats
          Black Sox try Loma Park and Austin Braves, 1970/05/15: 5
          Sox beat Loma Park Bobcats and Austin Braves, 1970/05/22: 5
          Sox meet Loma Park Bobcats and Robles Sports in double header, 1970/05/01: 5
          Sox sweep twin bill with Loma Park Bobcats and Robles Sports, 1970/05/08: 5
        Longhorn Exporters
          Sox beat Longhorn Exporters, 8-7, and Floresville Eagles, 5-1 in Sunday twin bill, 1970/06/19: 5
          Sox play Longhorn Exporters and Austin Indians on Sunday, 1970/04/03: 5
          Sox try Floresville and Longhorn Exporters, 1970/06/12: 5
          Sox whip Austin Indians, 12-1, and SA Exporters, 9-0, 1970/04/10: 5
        Riverside Black Panthers, Black Sox play San Antonio Rojos and Riverside Black Panthers Sunday, 1970/04/17: 5
        Robles Sports, Sox sweep twin bill with Loma Park Bobcats and Robles Sports, 1970/05/08: 5
        San Antonio Rojos, Black Sox play San Antonio Rojos and Riverside Black Panthers Sunday, 1970/04/17: 5
        San Antonio Yankees, Sox play twin bill with Yanks and Seguin Red Sox, 1970/04/24: 5
        Seguin Cardinals
          Black Sox conk Seguin Cardinals, 1970/06/12: 5
          Sox try Seguin Cards and Guadalupe Lumber, 1970/05/29: 5
        Seguin Red Sox, Sox in twin bill with Yanks and Seguin Red Sox, 1970/04/24: 5
      San Antonio Blue Bells
        Doyle High measures SA Blue Bells, 10-3, 1963/04/05: 5
        meet Doyle High of Kerrville to open the baseball season, 1963/03/29: 5
      San Antonio Blue Jays
        Black Sox, SA Blue Jays close season, 1961/09/29: 5
        Black Sox blast SA Blue Jays in diamond finale, 1961/10/06: 5
      San Antonio Blue Sox (1967)
        SA Yankees play twin bill with SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/07: 5
        Yankees grab doubleheader against SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/14: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1951)
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Brown Bombers (1946-1949)
        beat Hondo Bears 8-5, 1951/09/14: 5
        bopped by Giants, 14-8, 1951/05/25: 5
        "Joe Joshua Day" as Black Sox, Bombers battle Sunday, 1951/09/28: 5
        play Greer All-Stars Sunday, 1951/07/13: 5
        play Pearsall Sunday, 1951/09/21: 5
        rally to clip San Marcos, 1951/06/22: 5
        Sox cut down SA Bombers 7-3, 1951/10/05: 5
        try Austin Palominos in game here Sat., 1951/08/17: 5
        wallop Austin Palominos, 1951/08/24: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1952)
        badly crippled Bombers ripped by Wonders in "Reck" loop tilt, 1952/06/27: 5
        Bombers, Cats go at it in city loop, 1952/08/01: 5
        Bombers meet Kerrville Cardinals Sunday, 1955/07/29: 5
        Brenham whips SA Bombers in Seguin game, 1952/05/09: 5
        conk Greer All Stars, 1952/07/11: 5
        Rena's Cottage beats San Antonio Bombers, 1952/04/18: 5
        trim Cats, 4-3, 1952/08/08: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1953)
        bow to Crystal City 5-3, 1953/05/15: 5
        Merchants, Bombers vie in Seguin, 1953/05/22: 5
        rally to whip Merchants 9-7, 1953/05/29: 5
        Seguin Merchants conk Bombers in Seguin, 1953/05/29: 5
        to try Seguin here Sunday, 1953/05/22: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1954-1955)
        Black Sox, Bombers in "grudge" game Sunday, 1954/08/20: 5
        bomb Berclair, try Beeville Sun., 1954/05/21: 5
        Bombers, Grand Prize to battle Sunday, 1954/07/30: 5
        Bombers meet Kerrville Cardinals Sunday, 1955/07/29: 5
        Indians, SA Bombers go at it Sunday, 1954/10/01: 5
        Indians lose scalps to Bombers, 9-4, 1954/10/08: 4
        plaster Beeville, 17-1, 1954/05/28: 5
        Sox, SA Bombers collide Sunday, 1954/05/07: 5
        take 4-2 fracas from Rena's, 1954/05/14: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1959)
        SA Black Sox, Bombers in "rubber" game, 1959/09/18: 5
        SA Black Sox edge Bombers, 8-7, 1959/09/25: 5
        SA Eagles, Bombers to vie Sunday, 1959/09/04: 5
        San Antonio Eagles split with SA Bombers, 1959/08/21: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1962)
        East Side Baseball League
          Black Sox win holiday weekend series against Wheatley Hawks and SA Bombers, 1962/09/07: 5
          Bombers and Wonders in big one in ESBB loop, 1962/05/25: 5
          Bombers beat Wonders in first game of ES playoff, 1962/07/13: 5
          Bombers win over Panelli's, 8-3, 1962/04/13: 5
          Panelli's battles SA Bombers on Sunday, 1962/05/11: 5
          Sox take on San Antonio Bombers on Labor Day, 1962/08/31: 5
          Wonders' Bennie Houston, Jr. spins no-hit, no-run game against Bombers, 1962/06/01: 5
          Wonders come from behind over the Bombers to win East Side BB League playoff, 1962/07/27: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1963)
        city championship
          Bombers runners-up for amateur baseball crown, 1963/08/16: 5
          Bombers win one, lose one in all-city title playoff series, 1963/08/09: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          Bears beat Bombers, take over 1st place in East Side League, 1963/05/24: 5
          Bees win over SA Bombers, 10-9, 1963/04/19: 5
          Bombers, Royals in league title game, 1963/07/26: 5
          Denver Heights Bears claw SA Bombers, 6-2, move into bid for 1st in ESBB League, 1963/05/10: 5
          Denver Heights Bears outlast SA Bombers, 12-10, 1963/04/05: 5
          Royals, Bombers in playoff finals, 1963/07/19: 5
          Royals, Bombers take openers in playoff, 1963/07/12: 5
          SA Bombers cop playoff championship, edging Royals, 1963/08/02: 5
          San Antonio Royals out-tally San Antonio Bombers, 20-14, 1963/04/12: 5
          upended by San Antonio Hawks, 8-5, 1963/03/29: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox defeat Bombers 9-8, 1963/08/23: 5
          Bombers to play Black Sox Sunday, 1963/08/16: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1964)
        East Side Baseball League
          Bears, Bombers to meet Sunday for playoff title, 1964/07/24: 5
          Bears beat Bombers in tenth for playoff crown, 1964/07/31: 5
          Bombers, Bears battle for playoff crown, 1964/07/10: 5
          Bombers, Bears take openers in ESBB playoff, 1964/06/26: 5
          Bombers bop Royals again, 1964/08/21: 5
          Bombers cinch ESBB regular league crown, 1964/06/05: 5
          Bombers even playoff as Bears goof away game, 1964/07/24: 5
          Bombers make it four straight in league, 1964/04/17: 5
          Bombers unbeaten in ESBB, 1964/04/03: 5
          ESBB triple header includes Bears vs. Bombers, Gals vs. Guys, Old Timers vs. All Stars, 1964/07/17: 5
          Royals upend Bombers in playoff--big one, Sunday, 1964/07/03: 5
          San Antonio Royals, Bombers are league winners, 1964/03/27: 5
          stay unbeaten in ES League action, 1964/05/22: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox, Bombers get together, 1964/08/28: 5
          Black Sox turn back Bombers, 1964/09/04: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1965)
        Black Sox Baseball Tournament
          Austin Pirates meet Bombers in top game of Black Sox Baseball tourney, 1965/09/24: 5
          Black Sox win against San Antonio Bombers, 1965/10/29: 5
          Bombers and Sox in title game of Black Sox Tournament, 1965/10/22: 5
          Bombers send baseball tournament to deciding game, 1965/10/22: 5
        city championship
          Garza Finance ousts Bombers from City meet, 1965/08/27: 5
          it's do or die for Bombers in city championship against Garza Finance, 1965/08/20: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          Bears lose, Bombers win in city baseball playoffs, 1965/08/13: 5
          Bombers, Bears vie again in ESBB playoff finals, 1965/07/23: 5
          Bombers cop ESBB title, play Bears again Sunday, 1965/07/30: 5
          Bombers drop Bears in loop opener, 1965/03/19: 5
          Bombers edge Bears to hold lead, 1965/06/04: 5
          Bombers make it three in a row over Denver Heights Bears, 1965/08/06: 5
          Bombers turn back SA Indians; Spriggsdale Cleaners clean Brown Bugs, 1965/04/30: 5
          Bombers win third straight in ESBB play, 1965/04/16: 5
          Denver Heights Bears, Bombers in ESBB opener, 1965/03/12: 5
          Denver Heights Bears defuse Bombers, tie for league lead, 1965/05/28: 5
          game protest hearing set for SA Bombers-Denver Heights Bear game, 1965/04/23: 5
          leaguers battle in playoff Sunday, 1965/07/02: 5
      San Antonio Bombers (1966)
        battle San Antonio Yankees Sunday, 1966/08/26: 5
        City Lumber, Bombers ousted from Alamo City tourney for fighting, 1966/10/07: 5
      San Antonio Braves
        players invited to try out with team, 1959/04/03: 5
        practice and hold tryouts Sunday, 1959/03/27: 5
      San Antonio Brown Bombers (1946-1949)
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Bombers (1951)
        Bombers, Plum All Stars tie, 1946/08/30: 3
        Bombers, Sox play Sunday, 1949/09/30: 3
        to meet Wharton, Sunday, 1947/06/13: 3
        SA Bombers, Robstown meet in Seguin Monday, 1946/08/30: 3
        start spring grind March 15, 1946/03/01: 4
      San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1965
        Brown Bugs hold organizational meeting, 1965/02/05: 5
        Bugs make bow in ES loop, 1965/03/19: 5
        Bugs upend Young Wonders, 1965/03/26: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners clean Brown Bugs, 1965/04/30: 5
      San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1966
        beat All Stars to keep record clean, 1966/05/27: 5
        both Bugs, Bears out of city baseball playoff, 1966/08/19: 5
        go after 4th straight win, 1966/05/13: 5
        grab ESBB League championship, 1966/07/08: 5
        nip Marlin Eagles to keep record clean, 1966/05/20: 5
        pitcher, Henry Polk
          pitches one-hitter with Denver Heights Bears, but loses, 2-0, 1966/06/24: 5
          retires 18 Denver Heights Bears batters in row as ESBB League kicks off, 1966/04/15: 5
        playoff
          Bugs add playoff crown to ESBB regular title, 1966/07/29: 5
          take lead in playoff series, 1966/07/15: 5
        practice session set, 1966/02/25: 5
        stomp Black Sox, 1966/09/09: 5
      San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1967
        Alamo City Baseball Tournament
          Austin 'Hounds, Bugs in finals, 1967/11/17: 5
          Bugs battle way to BB meet finals, 1967/11/17: 5
          Bugs city's last hope in Black Sox baseball tournament, 1967/11/10: 5
          Bugs win two, cop BB meet, 1967/11/24: 5
        blank Seguin Blue Jays, 8-0, 1967/06/09: 5
        Bugs win, lead league, 1967/04/14: 5
        continue to set pace in East Side League, 1967/04/21: 5
        Denver Heights Bears
          Bugs bust Denver Heights Bears 18-5 in ES playoff, 1967/07/21: 5
          top Bears to win playoff, 10-7, 1967/07/28: 5
        hold first meeting of year, 1967/01/13: 5
        remain unbeaten in ESBB League, 1967/04/28: 5
        San Antonio Giants
          Bugs outscore Giants in ESBB League play, 1967/06/09: 5
          Giants and Brown Bugs win as ES league opens, 1967/04/07: 5
        San Antonio Hawks
          cop another in ESBB loop, defeating Hawks with a no-hitter, 1967/05/05: 5
          rip Hawks, 7-4, to win ESBB crown again, 1967/06/16: 5
          upset by Hawks, 4-3, 1967/05/26: 5
        tryout set for Sunday, 1967/02/24: 5
        turn back Wilton Carpet Bears, 5-1, 1967/05/19: 5
      San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1968
        Alamo City Baseball Tournament, Bugs try West Side, 1968/08/23: 5
        Bugs lose Hot Wells debut, play again Sunday, 1968/04/19: 5
        East Side All Stars, Bugs in benefit game, 1968/09/20: 5
        ESBB champions begin grind for 1968, 1968/03/08: 5
        plans set for ESBB league; Brown Bugs pulled out, 1968/03/22: 5
        practice, tryouts set, 1968/03/01: 5
        to practice Saturday, play Sunday, 1968/03/29: 5
        San Antonio Yankees to play Bears, Bugs, 1968/09/13: 5
        West Side bops Bugs, 1968/08/30: 5
      San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1969
        Bugs to practice Sunday, 1969/04/04: 5
        Denver Heights Bears lead with 7-1 victory over Brown Bugs in ESBB, 1969/07/11: 5
      San Antonio Brown Bugs (East Side Baseball League), 1970
        baseball team seeks players, 1970/02/06: 5
        beat Mustangs, grabbing East Side Baseball League lead, 1970/05/15: 5
        Brown Bugs and Mustangs win as BB loop opens season, 1970/05/01: 5
        East Side Colts
          Bugs and East Side Colts play practice game, 1970/03/20: 5
          Colts are team to watch, 1970/05/22: 5
          run East Side Colts into the ground, 11-2, 1970/05/08: 5
        win against Shamrocks, 23-2, lead East Side League, 1970/05/22: 5
      San Antonio Bullets
        all star team from East Side Baseball League and Hot Wells League to play Bullets, 1964/07/17: 5
        baseball fans' popular vote changes name from San Antonio Missions to San Antonio Bullets, 1963/04/19: 5
        host Austin Senators in loop opener Saturday, 1963/04/19: 5
        Morgan, Joe, gets Texas League's MVP award, 1964/09/18: 5
      San Antonio Cardinals (1949)
        Carlyle, Sylvester, to play with SA Cardinals (photo), 1949/02/18: 3
        Johnson, Carlton, to field two SA baseball teams, 1949/01/28: 3
        Sloan, Robert "Bob," to manage Cardinals (photo), 1949/02/18: 3
      San Antonio Cardinals (1963)
        baseball club to give benefit dance, 1963/10/25: 5
      San Antonio Cats (1951-1953)
        Ernie Powell strikes out 19 as Greer's thumps Cats, 11-2, 1952/06/20: 5
        Hoskins blanks Cats to be Texas League's first 20-game winner, 1952/09/05: 5
        Lockhart Cubans nip SA Cats, 1952/06/27: 5
        O'Connell Black Sox
          Black Sox, Cats meet Sunday, 1951/06/01: 5
          Cats upset O'Connell Sox, 1952/07/11: 5
        San Antonio Bombers
          Bombers, Cats go at it in city loop, 1952/08/01: 5
          Bombers trim Cats, 4-3, 1952/08/08: 5
        San Antonio Giants
          Giants beat SA Cats in rhubarb, 1951/09/07: 5
          SA Cats, Giants at it again, Sat., 1951/09/14: 5
        Seguin Merchants
          coming to try Cats, 1951/07/20: 5
          Merchants lose two, 1952/05/30: 5
          Seguin, SA Cats to try again tonight, 1952/05/23: 5
          Seguin edges SA Cats, 12-11, 1951/07/27: 5
          Seguin loses to Luling, beats SA Cats, 1951/07/06: 5
          try San Antonio Cats tonight, 1952/05/16: 5
        Wheatley Heights
          Wheatley Heights tames SA Cats, 1953/08/14: 5
          Wheatley loses to SA Cats, 1953/06/19: 5
      San Antonio Churches Athletic Association
        church league in playoff finals, 1950/08/04: 3
        Mt. Pleasant sets church loop pace, 1950/06/23: 3
      San Antonio Clippers (1955)
        best Southern Select, of Houston, in opener, 1955/04/08: 5
        Clippers nine to meet Jan. 18, 1955/01/14: 5
        Clippers start grind, 1955/03/04: 5
        play Cuero Gobblers Sunday, 1955/06/24: 5
        play Mexico nine Sunday, 1955/04/15: 3
        play San Antonio Beavers Sunday in exhibition tilt, 1955/03/25: 5
        and San Antonio Eagles
          Clippers clip Eagles, 1955/05/13: 5
          Clippers trim Eagles for second loss of year, 1955/09/16: 5
          darkness halts Eagle-Clipper game in 12th with score tied, 1955/05/06: 5
          Eagles get revenge, whip Clippers, 5-4, 1955/09/02: 5
        second meeting to be held Saturday, 1955/02/11: 5
        start spring grind Sunday, 1955/02/18: 5
        tryout camp to be held for junior players, 1955/06/03: 5
        twin bill set for Brooksdale Park Sept. 18, 1955/09/16: 5
        Wheatley Heights nips Clippers 8-7, 1955/07/22: 5
      San Antonio Clowns (1948)
        Clowns beat Hellcats, 1948/05/07: 3
        Greer takes Clowns off percentage; will pay for services, 1949/05/13: 3
        Kelly Field Clippers claim Clowns lost--but good!, 1948/04/16: 3
        Lonnie Greer forms new baseball team, 1948/03/19: 3
        lose to 4-X Bee Distributors, 1948/04/02: 3
        to play Lackland Hellcats, 1948/04/30: 3
        player breaks finger, 1948/04/09: 3
      San Antonio Clowns (1949)
        Clowns, Popham Motors team to play two-game charity benefit series, 1949/06/03: 3
        Clowns, Quality Drive Inn try again today after being rained out, 1949/06/17: 3
        conk La Polka, 1949/05/27: 3
        nip Popham 6-4 in play today, 1949/06/10: 3
        play in practice game, Sunday, April 17, 1949/04/15: 3
        try La Polka again Sunday, 1949/05/20: 3
        in twilight game today with Missions, 1949/05/27: 3
      San Antonio Colt .45s
        Black Sox beat Colts 5-1 for 7th straight, 1964/05/08: 5
        Black Sox try for no. 7 against SA Colt .45s, 1964/05/01: 5
        San Antonio Yankees beat Colts, lose to Austin, 1969/04/18: 5
        Seguin Blue Jays whip SA Colt .45s, 1964/07/24: 5
      San Antonio Cubs
        beat Soledad Tigers, 1947/06/20: 3
        Cubs win over Randolph Field Ramblers, 1947/05/02: 3
        Indians, Cubs split twin bill, 1954/07/23: 5
        SA Cubs whip Boerne, 1948/05/14: 4
        SA Indians beat Cubs, 9-2, 1954/07/16: 5
      San Antonio Dodgers
        Brown Bugs beat San Antonio Dodgers, lose to SAMSCO, 1952/04/04: 5
        Brown Bugs dump SA Dodgers 12-8, 1951/09/07: 5
        La Vernia Stars shave SA Dodgers, 6-5, 1952/04/11: 5
      San Antonio Eagles (1947)
        Eagles, Missions meet Sunday, 1947/06/06: 3
        Indians, Eagles to fight it out Sunday, 1947/08/29: 3
        Kerrville beats Eagles, 1947/04/25: 3
        lose to Gonzales, 1947/07/04: 3
        New Mexico nine beats SA Eagles, 1947/05/30: 3
      San Antonio Eagles (1952)
        beat Chester Packards, 1952/08/01: 5
        snatch city recreation junior baseball tourney title, 1952/09/05: 5
      San Antonio Eagles (1953)
        Ball Hi beats Eagles, loses to Lockhart Hi, 1953/05/08: 5
        beat Austin 8-4, 1953/05/29: 5
        blank Parker's Pharmacy, 1953/04/24: 5
        clip Tigers for 7th straight victory, 1953/07/31: 5
        continue torrid pace in City Recreation...league, 1953/07/10: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion add to league leads, 1953/07/17: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion hold league leads, 1953/08/14: 5
        Eagles, Mission Concepcion vie in City Recreation-Kiwanis playoff, 1953/08/28: 5
        get third win over Austin, 1953/06/12: 6
        Leroy Evans misses no-hitter, 1953/08/14: 5
        play in LaCoste today, 1953/04/03: 5
        Prince, Lee, flips no hitter as Eagles take NAACP, 1953/08/07: 5
        and Rena's Young Wonders set dates for meetings, 1953/02/20: 5
        set dates for meetings with Rena's Young Wonders, 1953/02/20: 5
        on top in senior league, 1953/07/03: 5
        win Texas Negro Junior Boys Baseball State Championship, 1953/08/28: 5
      San Antonio Eagles (1954)
        1953 city and state junior champs open season with Seguin, Sun., 1954/04/09: 5
        beat Doyle High of Kerrville, 3-2, 1954/05/07: 5
        in comeback tame Clay's Colts, 8-5, 1956/06/15: 4
        Eagles in state teen meet in Waco, Aug. 13-15, 1954/08/06: 5
        nip Seguin Dragons, 1954/04/16: 5
        to play Austin Sunday, 1954/05/28: 5
        SA Indians take twin bill from SA Eagles, 1954/06/18: 5
        turn back Georgetown, 1954/04/30: 5
        win over Sacred Heart 2-1 and Phantoms, lose to Yancey 4-3, 1954/06/04: 5
      San Antonio Eagles (1955)
        claw San Antonio Indians 10-8, 1955/08/12: 5
        Eagles, Georgetown in 11-inning 5-5 deadlock, 1955/04/29: 5
        Evans, Edward, fans 17 as Eagles edge Wheatley Heights, 1955/07/15: 5
        notch pair of victories Sunday and Monday, 1955/06/24: 5
        Prince, Lee, whiffs 23 to set strikeout record, 1955/07/22: 5
        and San Antonio Clippers
          Clippers clip Eagles, 1955/05/13: 5
          Clippers trim Eagles for second loss of year, 1955/09/16: 5
          darkness halts Eagle-Clipper game in 12th with score tied, 1955/05/06: 5
          Eagles get revenge, whip Clippers, 5-4, 1955/09/02: 5
        Snap Bombers best Eagles, 6-3, 1955/07/01: 5
        tame Clay's Colts for 25th win in 26 games, 1955/08/26: 5
        tie with Kerrville, 1955/07/08: 5
        win two during weekend, 1955/04/22: 5
      San Antonio Eagles (1956-1957)
        Ball High clobbers SA Eagles, Cuero High, 1956/04/20: 5
        Eagles get good pitching, 1957/04/12: 5
      San Antonio Eagles (1959-1960)
        blank SA Merchants, 1959/04/03: 5
        bop Clay's, 1959/07/17: 5
        brand Clay's Colts, 16-6, 1959/05/15: 5
        bust Austin Indians in Smithville, 1959/07/10: 5
        Eagles, Bombers to vie Sunday, 1959/09/04: 5
        outscore San Antonio Indians, 1959/08/21: 5
        overpower San Angelo Colts 11-6, 1959/07/03: 5
        split with San Antonio Bombers, 1959/08/21: 5
        whip Kerrville Red Sox, 1960/08/05: 5
        win double-header from Red Eagles, 1959/08/21: 5
        win in Seguin, 1959/08/14: 5
        win seven in row, 1959/07/31: 5
      San Antonio Elks beat Austin Elks, 1933/09/01: 3
      San Antonio Giants (1951-1952)
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Black Giants
        biff Cortez Service Station, 12-9, 1951/06/22: 5
        Bombers bopped by Giants, 14-8, 1951/05/25: 5
        candidates grind hard to stay as regulars on the team, 1951/03/23: 5
        continue to win, 1951/06/29: 5
        foul up Kingsville, 1951/08/17: 5
        Giants out-hit, but conk Greer's, 1951/06/01: 5
        Grand Prize Brewing to sponsor SA Giants, 1952/03/07: 5
        Greer All Stars and SA Giants to mix, Sunday, 1951/05/25: 5
        Hondo Bears
          Bears, Giants to meet again, Sunday, 1951/09/14: 5
          Giants seek vengeance on Hondo, 1951/08/31: 5
          Hondo Bears beat SA Giants again, 1951/09/07: 5, 1951/09/21: 5
          Hondo stops Giants, 1951/07/27: 5
        James Ellis wins No. 8 as SA Giants bop Uvalde All Stars 14-7, 1951/07/20: 5
        Kingsville measures SA Giants, 1951/09/14: 5
        lose to Kerrville, 1951/04/27: 5
        measure Berclair, 1951/07/06: 5
        O'Connell Black Sox
          Sox-Giant games off, 1951/08/31: 5
          tame O'Connell Black Sox, 1951/05/04: 5
        open here Sunday with Canadian Buffaloes, 1951/04/13: 5
        open in Austin, Sun. against Black Senators, 1951/04/06: 5
        Pearsall
          Giants pounds Pearsall, 1951/05/18: 5
          Pearsall slugged by SA Giants, 1951/08/31: 5
        SA Giants, Wonders meet Sunday in City League affray, 1952/06/20: 5
        San Antonio Cats
          beat SA Cats in rhubarb, 1951/09/07: 5
          SA Cats, Giants at it again, Sat., 1951/09/14: 5
        slaughter Corpus Buffs, 1951/08/24: 5
        softballers to meet for tryouts Sunday at Pittman-Sullivan, 1951/03/09: 5
        start practice Saturday, 1962/02/09: 5
        start workout grind, 1951/03/09: 5
        take pair from Tony's Place, 1951/06/15: 5
        top-notch nine being organized, 1951/02/23: 5
        turn in triple play to beat Van Daele All Stars, 1951/10/05: 5
        Wharton Stars
          put whammy on Wharton Stars, 7-1, 1951/08/10: 5
          Wharton seeks revenge in tilt her Sunday with Giants, 1951/08/03: 5
      San Antonio Giants (1961)
        Giants bop Indians, Bees trim Ramblers in ESBB league openers, 1961/04/07: 5
      San Antonio Giants (East Side Baseball League), 1967
        banged by San Antonio War Hawks, 9-2, in ESBB League play, 1967/05/19: 5
        Bugs outscore Giants, 17-10, in ESBB League play, 1967/06/09: 5
        Giants and Brown Bugs win as league opens, 1967/04/07: 5
      San Antonio Hawks
        East Side Baseball League
          Bees win over Hawks to keep hopes alive in ESBB, 1963/06/21: 5
          Bombers win over San Antonio Hawks, 17-7, 1963/04/19: 5
          Hawks rip Bees in ESBB league, 1964/04/24: 5
          last place Hawks upset SA Royals, 13-5, 1963/04/26: 5
          San Antonio Bees subdue SA Hawks, 1963/04/12: 5
          shoot for place in ESBB playoff, 1964/06/12: 5
          upend San Antonio Bombers, 8-5, 1963/03/29: 5
        split twin bill with Von Ormy Indians, 1958/06/06: 5
      San Antonio Hawks (East Side Baseball League), 1967
        Brown Bugs rip Hawks, 7-4, to win ESBB crown again, 1967/06/16: 5
        Denver Heights Bears whip San Antonio Hawks, 5-4, 1967/06/23: 5
        edge Denver Heights Bears, 9-8, in ESBB League play, 1967/06/09: 5
        Hawks and Bugs are ES winners in double header, 1967/05/19: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1947)
        Austin, SA Indians in 4-4 13-inning tie, 1947/10/10: 4
        beat Little Rock, 1947/04/11: 3
        break even with Juarez, 1947/04/11: 2
        bust Eagles, 1947/09/05: 3
        Fort Worth nips Indians in 11th, 1947/05/09: 3
        Ft. Worth beats Indians again, 1947/05/30: 3
        Indians, Austin Senators battle for state crown Sunday, 1947/10/10: 4
        Indians, Eagles to fight it out Sunday, 1947/08/29: 3
        in Lockhart Sunday, 1947/05/09: 3
        lose to Austin, 1947/04/04: 3
        lose to Pharr, 1947/07/11: 3
        make debut at Manor, 1947/03/28: 3
        meet Houston All-Stars Sunday, 1947/09/19: 3
        nip Lockhart Cubans, 1947/10/03: 3
        to play Spanish-American All Stars Sunday, 1947/09/05: 3
        rounding into shape, 1947/03/21: 4
        SA gets new diamond aggregation, 1947/02/21: 3
        scalp Lockhart, 1947/05/16: 3
        split two-game series with Piedras Negras Eagles, 1947/07/11: 3
        start spring diamond grind, 1947/03/14: 3
        Victoria's Wormley woofs away no-hitter, 1947/07/04: 3
        wallop Austin, 10-3, 1947/06/06: 3
        whip Texarkana, 1947/04/18: 3
        win, lose in Mexico, 1947/05/23: 3
        win pair in Lubbock, 1947/06/20: 3
        win three in South Dakota, 1947/07/25: 3
      San Antonio Indians (1948)
        blast SA Bombers 10-5, 1948/09/03: 3
        bow to Austin--in SA Sunday, 1948/05/14: 3
        crush Fort Sam Warriors, 1948/06/18: 3
        edge La Junta, 6-5, 1948/09/24: 3
        hand Kelly Clippers first defeat, 1948/06/11: 3
        Indians, Kelly Clippers to meet Sunday, 1948/06/04: 3
        Lockhart homers help beat SA Indians, 1948/04/23: 3
        massacre S.P. Giants, 1948/08/20: 3
        nose out Lockhart, 1948/05/21: 3
        Ray Minor's All-Stars beat SA Indians, 1948/10/08: 3
        scalp Bombers, 1948/08/06: 3
        take 7-1 decision from Eagle Pass Nine, 1948/05/28: 3
        take S. P. Giants, 6-3, 1948/07/16: 3
        wallop Gonzales, 1948/05/07: 3
        wallop SP in title series opener, 1948/09/17: 3
        win city baseball crown, 1948/09/24: 3
      San Antonio Indians (1949-1950)
        can cinch title by beating Bombers, 1949/09/16: 3
        Indians, S P Giants mix Sunday, 1950/04/14: 3
        Indians, Sox in showdown Sunday, 1949/08/19: 3
        Indians murder Victoria, 1949/05/27: 3
        Johnson, Carlton, to field two SA baseball teams, 1949/01/28: 3
        play Kelly Clippers, Austin, in Saturday and Sunday games, 1949/07/15: 3
        spring training starts Sunday morning, 1949/03/04: 3
        in Sunday tiff with Victoria, 1949/05/20: 3
      San Antonio Indians (1954)
        Austin beats SA Indians as hurler hurt, 1954/05/14: 5
        beat Austin, 6-4, 1954/07/09: 5
        beat Cubs, 9-2, 1954/07/16: 5
        Grab another twin from Pete's All Stars, 1954/08/06: 5
        Greer's Stars, SA Indians meet Sunday, 1954/04/23: 5
        Indians, Cubs split twin bill, 1954/07/23: 5
        Indians, Eagle Lake split pair, 1954/06/25: 5
        Indians, SA Bombers go at it Sunday, 1954/10/01: 5
        Indians, Wheatley Heights split double header, 1954/08/20: 5
        scalp Ramblers, 11-5, 1954/08/27: 5
        scalp Wheatley All Stars 9-3, 1954/05/21: 5
        start training Sunday at Wheatley Heights, 1954/03/12: 5
        take twin bill from SA Eagles, 1954/06/18: 5
        take two games in double header, 1954/07/30: 5
        to try Eagle Lake, 1954/06/04: 5
        Uvalde blanks San Antonio Indians, 7-0, 1954/08/13: 5
        Vaughns, Lefty Joe, Indians hurler wins twin bill against Wheatley All-Stars, 1954/04/23: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1955)
        Austin beats SA Indians, 1-0, 1955/04/15: 3
        beat Austin Palominos, 1955/05/20: 5
        cool Wheatley Heights Stars 7-2, 1955/04/08: 5
        Indians scalp Hondo 9-4, 1955/05/06: 5
        to play Hondo, All Stars May 1, 1955/04/29: 5
        SA Eagles claw Indians 10-8, 1955/08/12: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1956)
        cop twin bill from Traveling Beavers, 1956/04/06: 5
        Indians and Hondo Bears battle Sunday, 1956/08/24: 5
        Miles Oilers scalp SA Indians, 12-3, 1956/07/06: 5
        Ramblers smear Indians, 1956/05/11: 5
        Wheatley Heights scalp Indians, 8-7, 1956/06/01: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1957)
        boot ball, but scalp Manion Ramblers, 9-7, 1957/06/14: 5
        bow to Pleasanton, 1957/04/26: 5
        bow to Wheatley All-Stars, 1957/06/21: 5
        clean Eagle Cleaners, 9-7, 1957/06/28: 5
        cop twin bill from Lozano's All-Stars, 1957/05/10: 5
        Kerrville forfeits to Indians, 1957/08/23: 7
        and Manion Ramblers, game reset, 1957/05/31: 5
        play Pleasanton Sunday, 1957/04/19: 5
        and San Antonio Red Sox split twin bill, 1957/06/07: 5
        take twin bill from All-Stars, 1957/05/24: 5
        tomahawk Wheatley Heights All-Stars, 1957/04/12: 5
        trip Pleasanton in opener, 11-9, 1957/04/05: 5
        win, as Roy Alexander flips one-hitter, 1957/08/16: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1958)
        East Side Baseball League
          Blair New's Young Wonders rout SA Indians, 1958/06/20: 5
          double-header may have upsets Sunday with Miles Humble Oilers against Wheatley Heights; Merchants take on Indians, 1958/07/25: 5
          Oilers outscore Heights; Merchants rout Indians, 1958/08/01: 5
          Oilers win over SA Indians, 11-7, 1958/04/18: 5
          play in Kerrville Sunday, 1958/05/09: 5
          Sox battle into playoffs against Wheatley Heights; Indians turn in triple play against Young Wonders, 1958/08/08: 5
          try for upset against Merchants, 1958/05/16: 5
          Wheatley Heights All Stars victorious over San Antonio Indians, 8-3, 1958/04/25: 5
          Wonders win finale against Indians, 1958/08/22: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1959)
        East Side Baseball League
          outscored by San Antonio Eagles, 1959/08/21: 5
          plate-theft gives Indians win over Miles Oilers, 8-7, 1959/04/10: 5
          Wheatley Heights stops SA Indians, 1959/05/01: 5
          win to lead ESBB League, 1959/04/24: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1960)
        East Side Baseball League
          American Sports Center routs Indians, 1960/07/15: 5
          American Sports Center wins in lid popper, 1960/04/15: 5
          beat Quihi, 1960/06/10: 5
          upset Woodlake Ramblers, 1960/05/27: 5
          Woodlake Ramblers bounce Indians, 1960/07/29: 5
          Woodlake Ramblers meet Indians in playoff series, 1960/09/09: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1961)
        East Side Baseball League
          Black Sox scalp Indians, 1961/09/08: 5
          Giants bop Indians, Bees trim Ramblers in league openers, 1961/04/07: 5
          Wonders, SA Indians are ESBB loop winners, 1961/04/14: 5
          Young Wonders win to keep hold on first place in league, 1961/06/16: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1962)
        Austin Palominos
          battle on Sunday, 1962/08/17: 5
          Palominos capitalize on costly error to beat Indians, 3-2, 1962/04/13: 5
        Black Sox outslug Indians, 12-6, 1962/05/04: 5
        bow to Choto's Lounge, 11-7, 1962/04/20: 5
        defeat Saspamco Pipers, 7-5, 1962/04/27: 3
        and Little Jesse's Lounge
          battle Sunday, 1962/03/16: 5
          in wet stalemate, 1962/03/23: 5
        revamped Indians crush Von Ormy Copperheads, 13-3, 1962/06/01: 5
        SA Bees sting San Antonio Indians, 18-8, keep on winning, 1962/08/03: 5
        San Antonio Spades
          Indians scalp Spades, 12-8, 1962/04/06: 5
          Indians try Spades Sunday, 1962/03/30: 5
        Wonders and SA Indians tangle Sunday, 1962/08/31: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1963)
        defeat Chavano All-Stars, 25-1, 1963/05/31: 5
        Indians and Lytle Reds split Sunday twin bill, 1963/05/03: 5
        King's Men Young Wonders win over San Antonio Indians, 8-7, 1963/04/19: 5
        meets King's Men Young Wonders, 1963/04/12: 5
        no-hitter by Kerrville Indians sinks Indians 11-0, 1963/06/14: 5
        win twin bill against Artie's Grocery, 5-3, and 2-0, 1963/05/10: 5
      San Antonio Indians (1964)
        SA Royals outlast Indians in ESBB league, 1964/04/10: 5
      San Antonio Kats
        See Baseball, San Antonio Cats
      San Antonio Merchants (1958-1959)
        East Side Baseball League
          Black Sox bust Merchants, 4-1, 1958/07/04: 5
          darkness halts Merchants and Sox in 2-2 playoff thriller, 1958/08/29: 5
          double-header may have upsets Sunday with Miles Humble Oilers against Wheatley Heights, Merchants take on Indians, 1958/07/25: 5
          edge San Antonio Black Sox, 5-4, 1958/04/25: 5
          ES playoff has another tie with the Wonders and Merchants, 3-3, 1958/10/10: 5
          Oilers and Merchants battle for ESBB title Sunday, 1958/08/08: 5
          Oilers and Merchants battle for first place Sunday, 1958/05/30: 5
          Oilers and Merchants turn back Black Sox and Wonders, 1958/07/11: 5
          Oilers beat Merchants to lead ESBB League, 1958/06/06: 5
          Oilers outscore Heights; Merchants rout Indians, 1958/08/01: 5
          powder Oilers for ESBB League crown, 1958/08/15: 5
          Quihi Stars upend Merchants, 1959/05/01: 5
          San Antonio Indians try for upset against Merchants, 1958/05/16: 5
          Sox-Merchants spotlighted in ESBB League playoff, Sunday, 1958/08/29: 5
          Stars and Merchants win in debuts, 1958/04/25: 5
          win as Wheatley Heights defense falls to pieces, 1958/05/16: 5
          win playoff crown against Young Wonders, 1958/10/17: 5
          win to top loop against Young Wonders, 7-5, stay unbeaten, 1958/05/02: 5
          win top loop against Wheatley Heights; Sox blank Wonders, 6-0, 1958/07/25: 5
          Wonders and Merchants in second title series game, 1958/10/03: 5
          Wonders and Merchants vie for playoff title Sunday, 1958/10/10: 5
          Wonders oust Oilers, but bow to SA Merchants, 1958/10/03: 5
          Young Wonders meet the Merchants as part of twin bill Sunday, 1958/04/25: 5
        edge Eagle Pass, 7-5, 1958/07/18: 5
        play Floresville Eagles there, Sunday, 1959/03/20: 5
        play Viera Radio-TV at Martinez Field, Sunday, 1958/06/13: 5
        San Antonio Eagles blank SA Merchants, 1959/04/03: 5
        take two from Eagle pass, 15-8, 8-7, 1958/05/30: 5
        wallop Edna, 16-8, 1958/07/11: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1949-1951)
        See also Baseball, San Antonio Black Missions
        Jackie Robinson gets three for five as Bums (Brooklyn Dodgers) dump Missions 8-1, 1949/04/08: 3
        KCOR airs Mission games, 1951/04/13: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1952)
        Dallas Eagles play two games in San Antonio, 1952/04/25: 5
        Greason of Oklahoma City Indians handcuffs SA after bad start to win, 1952/08/15: 5
        Hoskins, Dave (Dallas Eagles)
          conks Missions, 1952/06/20: 5
          Hoskins, Santiago slated to face Missions here, 1952/07/11: 5
          Hoskins blanks Missions, 3-0, for season's 16th victory, 1952/08/08: 5
          rain does what Missions cannot do to Dave Hoskins, 1952/06/13: 5
          season's top crowd see Hoskins tame SA 5-1, 1952/07/18: 5
          slated to hurl against SA Thursday, 1952/05/30: 5
        Santiago, Jose, gains 9th win by beating Missions, 6-2, 1952/08/08: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1953)
      San Antonio Missions (1954)
        break even in home stand, 1954/04/16: 3
        Buzz Clarkson of Beaumont gives Missions bad time, 1954/06/04: 5
        come alive to take Dallas series, 1954/08/20: 5
        drop twin bill in '54 finale, 1954/09/10: 5
        drop two straight to Beaumont, 1954/07/02: 5
        Durham, Joe
          Durham fans smiling again as he seems out of hitting miseries, 1954/08/20: 5
          handy guy to have around, as Mission beat Tulsa, 1954/04/30: 5
          in hitting slump, 1954/08/06: 5
          that's our Joe [winning Missions victories], 1954/06/25: 5
          'Uncle' beckons SA Missions' Joe Durham for service in the Army, 1954/07/23: 5
        on home lot tonight against Beaumont, 1954/07/09: 5
        Pat Scantlebury of Dallas Eagles gets 6-4 nod over Missions, 1954/08/20: 5
        Richardson, John, Yoakum athlete, now local resident, tries out for place with Missions, 1954/03/05: 5
        twin loss drops Missions to fifth, 1954/09/03: 5
        upend Shreveport Sports 3 in row, 1954/07/02: 5
        Wilson, Harry notches first victory of season, 1954/07/16: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1955)
        in battle for second place in Texas League, 1955/06/24: 5
        begin long home stand Sunday, 1955/07/08: 5
        Bob Boyd, Willie Brown of Houston Buffaloes
          Bob Boyd, Willie Brown were here last week, dog gone it!, 1955/07/01: 5
          clobber ball in 4-game series here, 1955/04/29: 5
        fight to get back into first place, 1955/06/17: 5
        in finale with Cats tonight--Dallas here Saturday, 1955/05/13: 5
        first playoff game between SA Missions and Shreveport Sports goes to Sports, 1955/09/09: 5
        Greason, Bill, Houston tan hurler stymies SA Missions to give Houston the series in Texas League, 1955/09/02: 5
        home for 8 games, 1955/05/27: 5
        home for 13 games, 1955/05/06: 5
        home Saturday for four night stand, 1955/08/19: 5
        home Sunday for series with Fort Worth, then Dallas Eagles, 1955/07/29: 5
        no-hitter puts Missions out of Texas League Shaugnessy playoff, 1955/09/16: 5
        rain is big winner in Mission-Fort Worth series, 1955/05/13: 5
        SA now two games out of first place, 1955/07/22: 5
        sixty-yard dash didn't prove a thing, but it was a lot of fun, 1955/09/02: 5
        snatch two of three from Dallas, 1955/05/20: 5
        take 3 of 4 from Sports; end at-home schedule next week, 1955/08/26: 5
        Tasby, Willie
          Ferrarese, Don, Wilie Tasby do it for the Missions in Texas League, 1955/09/02: 5
          goes into action for Missions, 1955/07/15: 5
          on home run binge in Dallas series, 1955/08/12: 5
          Tasby's bat booms as Missions cop Cat series, 1955/08/05: 5
        two Negroes show class with Missions, 1955/03/18: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1956)
        5 tan baseballers start season; Robers, Tasby back, 1956/04/20: 5
        battling for playoff as end of League season nears, 1956/08/31: 5
        bring Fort Worth Cats with them Tuesday, 1956/05/18: 5
        Brown, Willie
          dropped by Austin, signs with SA; Tulsa gets buzz, 1956/05/11: 5
          dropped by Missions, inked by Tulsa, 1956/07/13: 5
          has ups, downs as bat alternately explodes, goes dead, 1956/06/29: 5
          hits again, but Missions lose, 1956/06/01: 5
        have ball with Fort Worth Cats, do all right with Dallas Eagles, 1956/07/27: 5
        have Fort Worth Cats, Dallas Eagles on their hands July 21-26, 1956/07/20: 5
        at home Friday for six-day, seven-game stand, 1956/07/06: 5
        and Houston, vying in their final series, 1956/08/10: 5
        Missions, moving again, now home, doing biz with Houston Buffs, 1956/06/22: 5
        Missions away 2 days after Friday's game, 1956/05/04: 5
        Missions on the road, return home August 8, 1956/08/03: 5
        Missions on the road for eight days to try for place in first division, 1956/06/15: 5
        must battle to the wire, 1956/09/07: 5
        open home stand with 7-2 loss to Austin Senators, 1956/06/08: 5
        Padres to come home Sunday, 1956/04/27: 5
        return Tuesday for do-or-die stand with Tulsa Oilers, 1956/08/17: 5
        "snake-bit" Missions look for antidote, 1956/05/25: 5
        Springfield, Bill, catches fancy of Mission fans (photo), 1956/07/27: 5
        and Tulsa, close out all-important series Fri., 1956/08/24: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1957-1961)
        Durham, Joe, center fielder gets new pair of Jarman shoes from Guarantee Shoe Company (photo), 1957/05/17: 5
        'J. C. Hartman Night' at Mission Stadium, 1960/08/19: 5
        Missions open Texas League season, 1961/04/14: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1963)
        baseball fans' popular vote changes name to San Antonio Bullets, 1963/04/19: 5
        fans get chance to rename San Antonio Missions in contest, 1963/03/15: 5
      San Antonio Missions (1969)
        end season's play with Shreveport Sports, 1969/08/29: 6
        Monday set as 'East Side Night,' 1969/08/22: 5
      San Antonio Pirates and Yanks play exhibition game in warmup for season, 1970/03/20: 5
      San Antonio Raiders and Sutton Homes Rockettes play in a girl-boy twin bill, 1963/04/12: 5
      San Antonio Ramblers (1954-1955)
        Black Sox, Ramblers vie Sunday, 1955/09/09: 5
        Bombers rout Ramblers, 1955/07/15: 5
        Greer's Black Sox, Ramblers go at it again, 1955/09/23: 5
        Rena's Black Sox clobber Colts--to play Ramblers Sunday, 1955/09/02: 5
        SA Indians scalp Ramblers, 11-5, 1954/08/27: 5
        twin bill set for Brooksdale Park Sept. 18, 1955/09/16: 5
      San Antonio Ramblers (1956)
        Miles Humble Oilers
          Miles Oilers and Ramblers in head-knocking Sun., 1956/08/10: 5
          Oilers, Ramblers in second game of series Sunday, 1956/08/24: 5
          Oilers cop twin bill over Ramblers and Austin Palominos, 1956/07/27: 5
          Oilers even series with Ramblers, 1956/08/31: 5
          Ramblers edge Oilers; manager Monroe Ellison goes to the Oilers, 1956/08/17: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Ramblers blister Black Sox, 1956/05/25: 5
          Ramblers slap Sox to play out of town, 1956/07/06: 5
          Sox seek revenge in Rambler frays, 1956/06/29: 5
        split with Saldana Independents, 1956/07/13: 5
        top baseball teams being scheduled by Ramblers, 1956/06/15: 4
        Victoria
          Ramblers bow to Victoria, 5-2, 1956/07/20: 5
          twin bill marks 'Victoria Day' Sun. featuring Ramblers and Carver Aces, 1956/07/27: 5
          Victoria measures Ramblers, 1956/08/03: 5
        Wheatley Heights
          darkness leaves Rambler-Heights game in deadlock, 1956/10/12: 5
          Ramblers, Wheatley Heights in finale, 1956/10/05: 5
          Wheatley Heights thumps SA Ramblers, 1956/08/24: 5
      San Antonio Ramblers (1957)
        Oilers and Ramblers to open two-game series Sunday, 1957/08/23: 5
        San Antonio Ramblers and Miles Humble Oilers win in city tourney, 1957/09/13: 5
        seek even break with Oilers, 1957/08/30: 5
      San Antonio Ramblers (1959)
        East Side Baseball League
          ESBB champ Ramblers to be feted Friday; to become Woodlake Ramblers in future, 1959/08/28: 5
          Ramblers, Sports stay deadlocked in ESBB, 1959/07/03: 5
          win ESBB regular season crown, 1959/08/07: 5
      San Antonio Ramblers (1962)
        pasted by SA Black Sox, 14-1, 1962/04/13: 5
      San Antonio Red Birds
        open season at Big Deal baseball diamond, 1970/04/03: 5
        play 1st game of season against Seguin Raiders, 1970/05/29: 5
        Yankees have twin bill taking on San Antonio Reds and Austin Braves, 1970/04/10: 5
        Yankees win pair of games in Sunday diamond fare over San Antonio Reds, 5-4, and Austin Braves, 8-7, 1970/04/17: 5
      San Antonio Red Sox (1952-1958)
        Black Sox have late start, wallop Red Sox, 15-3, 1957/06/14: 5
        Clay's Colts make it four in a row plastering the San Antonio Red Sox, 7-1, 1958/05/02: 5
        Indians and San Antonio Red Sox split twin bill, 1957/06/07: 5
        Rena's Cottage beats San Antonio Red Sox, 1952/03/28: 5
      San Antonio Red Sox (1964-1967)
        Black Sox meet Austin Greyhounds and Red Sox in a doubleheader, 1967/07/21: 5
        Black Sox win twin bill against Red Sox (2-0), and Austin Greyhounds (13-3), 1967/07/28: 5
        lose to Black Sox, 1967/05/19: 5, 1967/07/28: 5
        Red Sox win in double header with Black Sox, 1967/05/19: 5
        Seguin Blue Jays whip SA Red Sox, 1964/08/14: 5
      San Antonio Royals (1963)
        East Side Baseball League
          Denver Heights Bears
            Bears upend SA Royals to give Bees ESBB lead, 1963/05/03: 5
            defeat Denver Heights Bears in ESBB opener, 1963/03/29: 5
            Royals, Bears win ESBB League tilts, 1963/04/05: 5
            Royals win against Bears, strengthen lead in ESBB League standings, 1963/06/07: 5
            tie Bears for ESBB League lead, 1963/05/17: 5
          get closer to at least tie for ESBB League title, 1963/06/14: 5
          Griffin, Alvin, SA Royals, leads ESBB league hitters, 1963/04/19: 5
          move into first in ESBB League, 1963/05/31: 5
          San Antonio Bees
            Bees and Royals win Sunday games, 1963/04/12: 5
            Royals beat SA Bees, 18-5, 1963/04/05: 5
            Royals get title as Bees lose, 1963/06/28: 5
          San Antonio Bombers
            Bombers, Royals in league title game, 1963/07/26: 5
            Royals, Bombers in playoff finals, 1963/07/19: 5
            Royals, Bombers take openers in playoff, 1963/07/12: 5
            Royals out-tally Bombers, 20-14, 1963/04/12: 5
            SA Bombers cop playoff championship, edging Royals, 1963/08/02: 5
          upset by last place Hawks, 13-5, 1963/04/26: 5
        Royals host Black Sox Sunday, 1963/08/30: 5
      San Antonio Royals (1964)
        Black Sox play ES All Stars Sunday; try Royals Monday, 1964/09/04: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          outlast Indians, 1964/04/10: 5
          Royals, Bears tie in ESBB, 1964/04/24: 5
          Royals, Bombers are league winners, 1964/03/27: 5
          Royals outlast Indians, 1964/04/10: 5
          Royals upend Bombers in ESBB playoff--big one, 1964/07/03: 5
          San Antonio Bees upend Royals in ES play, 1964/05/29: 5
          San Antonio Bombers bop Royals again, 1964/08/21: 5
      San Antonio Spades
        Indians scalp San Antonio Spades, 12-8, 1962/04/06: 5
        play San Antonio Indians Sunday, April 1, 1962/03/30: 5
      San Antonio Sports (East Side Baseball League)
        make debut in ESBB League, Sunday, 1959/04/17: 5
        Ramblers, Sports stay deadlocked, 1959/07/03: 5
        win over Wheatley Heights All-Stars, 1959/05/29: 5
      San Antonio teams
        Sunday is good day for SA teams, 1948/05/07: 3
        team to be assembled for tour through midwest and Canada, 1946/05/03: 3
      San Antonio Travelers
        Black Sox trim Travelers, edged by Carrizo Springs, 1966/06/17: 5
        Black Sox try Travelers, Carrizo Springs in twin bill, 1966/06/10: 5
        edged by Clay's Colts 2-1, 1953/04/17: 5
      San Antonio War Hawks (1957)
        "Little Butch" Thomas sparks Sox victory over San Antonio War Hawks, 1957/09/06: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox to try San Antonio War Hawks Sunday, 1957/08/30: 5
      San Antonio War Hawks (1967)
        East Side Baseball League
          bang the San Antonio Giants, 9-2, in ESBB League play, 1967/05/19: 5
          defeated by Brown Bugs in a no-hitter, 1967/05/05: 5
          Yanks whip War Hawks, 9-0, 1967/04/28: 6
        and San Antonio Yankees
          Yankees grab doubleheader against SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/14: 5
          Yankees play twin bill with SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/07: 5
          Yanks win twin bill against San Antonio War Hawks and Refugio, 1967/07/07: 5
      San Antonio Yankees (1965)
        meet Gonzales Blue Caps, 1965/07/30: 5
        meet Kerrville All Stars Sunday, 1965/05/07: 5
        New Braunfels edges Yankees, 1965/05/07: 5
        Pleasanton Bears seek revenge Sunday, 1965/05/21: 5
        pop lid Sunday against Buena Vista Club, 1965/04/09: 5
        try Lockhart Mites July 4, 1965/07/02: 5
        and West Side All-Stars to vie Sunday, 1965/08/13: 5
      San Antonio Yankees (1966)
        Alamo City Baseball Tournament
          SA Yanks oust Sox from meet, 1966/10/14: 5
          Yanks, Austin play for title Sunday, 1966/10/21: 5
          Yanks, Cleaners in semi-finals, 1966/10/14: 5
          Yanks win opening game, 1966/09/09: 6
        battle West Side Sports, SA Bombers, Sunday, 1966/08/26: 5
        City Lumber Company cuffs Yanks in Labor Day game, 1966/09/09: 5
        Lockhart, Yankees vie Sunday, 1966/05/06: 5
        Mexico City All Stars to play Yanks, Black Sox on Labor Day, 1966/08/12: 5
        play Pleasanton for double-header, 1966/07/29: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox, SA Yankees pry lid off BB season in revamped park, 1966/04/08: 5
          Sox, Yanks, in grudge game, 1966/05/20: 5
          Yanks do it to Sox again, 1966/05/27: 5
        Yankees pour it on Nixon, 15-2, 1966/06/10: 5
      San Antonio Yankees (1967)
        Austin Greyhounds, Yankees meet with San Antonio Sports and Austin Greyhounds in double header, 1967/06/16: 5
        Bastrop Tigers
          Yankees clobber Bastrop 8-3, 1967/04/07: 5
          Yankees cop twin bill against West Side All Stars and Bastrop Tigers, 1967/06/09: 5
          Yanks beat Bastrop Tigers, 13-8, 1967/06/30: 5
        Guadalupe Lumber and Yankees in double header, 1967/05/19: 5
        New Braunfels Lions
          Yankees lose 6-4, 1967/05/05: 5
          Yankees play double header against Sebera Plumbers and New Braunfels Lions, 1967/08/11: 5
        Piedras Negras, Yankees try Piedras Negras Sunday, 1967/09/08: 5
        Poteet All Stars whitewashed by Yanks, 1967/09/22: 5
        Refugio Braves
          Yankees edge Refugio, 10-9, 1967/07/14: 5
          Yankees try War Hawks and Refugio Braves, 1967/06/30: 5
          Yankees win twin bill against San Antonio War Hawks and Refugio, 1967/07/07: 5
        Robles Sports and Yankees split pair, 1967/05/12: 6
        San Antonio Black Sox
          and Yanks in July 4 twin bill, 1967/06/30: 5
          Yanks play twin bill in Black Sox tournament against Spriggsdale Cleaners and Pleasanton Cardinals, 1967/09/22: 5
        San Antonio Blue Sox
          Yankees grab doubleheader against SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/14: 5
          Yankees play twin bill with SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/07: 5
        San Antonio Sports, Yankees meet with San Antonio Sports and Austin Greyhounds in double header, 1967/06/16: 5
        San Antonio War Hawks
          Yankees grab doubleheader against SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/14: 5
          Yankees play twin bill with SA Blue Sox and SA War Hawks, 1967/04/07: 5
          Yankees try War Hawks and Refugio Braves, 1967/06/30: 5
          Yankees win twin bill against San Antonio War Hawks and Refugio, 1967/07/07: 5
          Yanks open with War Hawks Sunday, 1967/03/24: 5
          Yanks whip War Hawks, 9-0, 1967/04/28: 6
        Sebera Plumbers
          Yankees play double header against Sebera Plumbers and New Braunfels Lions, 1967/08/11: 5
          Yankees take two, downing Sebera Plumbers and Seguin Blue Jays, 1967/08/18: 6
        Seguin Blue Jays, Yankees take two, downing Sebera Plumbers and Seguin Blue Jays, 1967/08/18: 6
        Shiner All Stars
          Yankees clobber Shiner All Stars, 12-1, 1967/06/16: 5
          Yankees play twin bill against Our Lady of Good Council Aces and Shiner All Stars, 1967/07/14: 5
        spring training now under way, 1967/03/10: 5
        Weimar All Stars
          play twin bill against West Side All Stars and Weimar All Stars, 1967/07/28: 5
          Yankees defeat Weimar All Stars, 6-4, 1967/07/28: 5
          Yankees grab twin bill against West Side All Stars and edge Weimar All Stars, 1967/08/04: 6
        West Side All Stars
          Yankees cop twin bill against West Side All Stars and Bastrop Tigers, 1967/06/09: 5
          Yankees grab twin bill against West Side All Stars and edge Weimar All Stars, 1967/08/04: 6
          Yankees play twin bill against West Side All Stars and Weimar All Stars, 1967/07/28: 5
      San Antonio Yankees (1968)
        Austin Greyhounds
          Greyhounds bow to Yanks, edge Sox, 1968/04/19: 5
          Yankees beat Austin Greyhounds 4-2, 1968/09/13: 5
          Yankees tie one [with unnamed team], lose one to Austin Greyhounds, 1968/09/06: 5
        Bastrop Tigers clobbered by Yankees, 1968/05/24: 5
        Black Panthers, Yankees grab twin bill over Black Panthers and Corpus Christi Eagles, 1968/08/23: 5
        busy slate set for Yankees, 1968/08/30: 5
        Chihuahua Indians, Yankees play Indians, Cuero in Sunday bill, 1968/04/19: 5
        Corpus Christi Eagles
          Yankees grab twin bill over Black Panthers and Corpus Christi Eagles, 1968/08/23: 5
          Yankees win in Corpus, 1968/08/16: 5
        Cuero Turkey Trotters
          Yankees play Indians, Cuero in Sunday bill, 1968/04/19: 5
          Yankees take on Sudden Cleaners, Cuero, Sunday, 1968/06/21: 5
        Denver Heights Bears, Yanks to play Bears, Bugs, 1968/09/13: 5
        East Side All Stars
          Yankees in twin bill Sunday with East Side All Stars and Uvalde, 1968/09/27: 5
          Yanks, ES All Stars in 1968 finale, 1968/10/18: 5
        East Yard, Yankees cop opener with East Yard club, 1968/04/05: 5
        Luling Oilers
          Yankees blister Luling 20-3, 1968/08/02: 5
          Yankees grab pair from West Side All Stars and Luling Oilers, 1968/07/26: 5
        Robles Sports
          doubleheader set for Easter Sunday with Sox playing Greyhounds and Yankees playing Robles Sports, 1968/04/12: 5
          Robles, Yankees tie 1-2 in 12, 1968/10/18: 5
          Yanks, Robles meet Sunday, 1968/10/11: 5
          Yanks, Robles Sports in twin bill Sunday, 1968/08/02: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Sox, Yankees collide in twin bill Sunday, 1968/04/26: 5
          Yankees, Sox meet in July 4 doubleheader, 1968/06/28: 5
          Yankees, Sox play holiday doubleheader, 1968/07/05: 5
          Yankees take pair from Black Sox, 1968/07/12: 5
          Yankees take two from Sox, 1968/05/03: 5
        San Antonio Brown Bugs, Yanks to play Bears, Bugs, 1968/09/13: 5
        San Antonio Indians, Yanks rip SA Indians in twin bill, 1968/10/04: 6
        San Antonio Red Caps
          Yankees sweep twin bill, 1968/05/31: 5
          Yanks play Red Caps, Taylor Cubs, 1968/05/24: 5
        South San Antonio Bobcats, Yanks beat South San, 1968/03/22: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners
          blanked by Yanks, 1968/10/11: 5
          Cleaners to try Yankees, 1968/10/04: 5
        Sudden Cleaners, Yankees take on Sudden Cleaners, Cuero, Sunday, 1968/06/21: 5
        Taylor Cubs
          Yankees sweep twin bill, 1968/05/31: 5
          Yankees throttle Taylor, 1968/07/19: 5
          Yanks play Red Caps, Taylor Cubs, 1968/05/24: 5
        Uvalde
          Yankees edge Uvalde, 1968/09/27: 5
          Yanks in twin bill Sunday with East Side All Stars and Uvalde, 1968/09/27: 5
        West Side All Stars, Yankees grab pair from West Side All Stars and Luling Oilers, 1968/07/26: 5
        Yankees play at Keefe Field Saturday [no names of opponents given], 1968/08/16: 5
        Yankees prep for season, 1968/03/15: 5
        Yanks pop diamond lid Sunday, 1968/03/29: 5
        Yanks win five in eight days, 1968/07/12: 5
      San Antonio Yankees (1969)
        annual benefit dance set for Nov. 15, 1969/11/07: 5
        Austin Braves, Yankees in Sunday twin bill with SA Bears and Austin Braves, 1969/08/15: 5
        Austin Greyhounds
          Yankees beat Austin Greyhounds, 1969/04/25: 5
          Yanks beat Colts, lose to Austin, 1969/04/18: 5
          Yanks lose 4-3 in 10 innings to Austin Greyhounds, 1969/04/11: 5
        Chichimec Indians
          SA Yankees roll to double victory, 1969/06/13: 5
          Yanks take on two tough foes Sunday, 1969/06/06: 5
        Kenwood Roadrunners
          Yankees sweep doubleheader, 1969/06/27: 5
          Yankees to play doubleheader Sunday, 1969/06/20: 5
        Manor Merchants
          SA Yankees roll to double victory, 1969/06/13: 5
          Yankees ease by Manor, 9-5, 1969/07/04: 5
          Yankees sweep doubleheader, 1969/06/27: 5
          Yanks play [Merchants] in Smithville Sunday, 1969/06/27: 51969/06/27: 5
          Yanks take on two tough foes Sunday, 1969/06/06: 5
        Mario's Ice House, Yankees play twin bill Sunday, 1969/08/29: 5
        Pleasanton Cardinals, Yankees conk Pleasanton, 1969/09/26: 6
        Refugio
          Yanks bow twice to Refugio Jaycees, 1969/07/11: 5
          Yanks nip Refugio Hawks 5-4, 1969/06/20: 5
        Riverside Panthers, Yankes play twin bill Sunday, 1969/09/26: 5
        Robles Sports, Yanks play twin bill Sunday, 1969/08/29: 5
        San Antonio Bears, Yankees in Sunday twin bill with SA Bears and Austin Braves, 1969/08/15: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox, Yankees in July 4 twin bill, 1969/07/04: 5
          Black Sox, Yankees meet in twin bill Sunday, 1969/05/09: 5
          Black Sox whip, tie SA Yankees, 1969/07/11: 5
        San Antonio Colts, Yanks beat Colts, lose to Austin Greyhounds, 1969/04/18: 5
        Seguin Aztecas, SA Yanks bow to Seguin 9-5, 1969/06/06: 5
        Seguin Red Sox
          Yankees sock it to Seguin, 1969/05/02: 5
          Yanks in Seguin Sunday, 1969/05/16: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners, Yankees and Spriggsdale Cleaners vie Sunday, 1969/03/28: 5
        Taylor Indians, Yankees to play doubleheader Sunday, 1969/06/20: 5
        West Side Rockets
          doubleheader on SA Labor Day BB menu; Yankees play Westside Rockets; Black Sox play Guerrero Ice House, 1969/08/29: 5
          Yanks, Rockets in season's finale, 1969/10/24: 5
          Yanks, West Side Rockets in twin bill Sunday, 1969/10/10: 5
          Yanks play twin bill Sunday, 1969/09/26: 5
        Yankees enter Del Baker Tournament, 1969/07/25: 5
      San Antonio Yankees (1970)
        Austin Aztecs, Yanks meet Kenwood Roadrunners and Austin Aztecs in Sunday twin bill, 1970/06/19: 5
        Austin Braves
          Yankees have twin bill taking on San Antonio Reds and Austin Braves, 1970/04/10: 5
          Yanks put whammy on Austin Braves, 11-0, 1970/04/24: 5
        Austin Greyhounds, Yankees go for twin kill against Westridge Kenya Cats and Austin Greyhounds, 1970/05/22: 5
        Corpus Christi
          Yankees come from behind to beat Robles Sports, 7-6, and wallop Corpus Christi All Stars, 21-0, 1970/06/12: 5
          Yankees take on Robles Sports and Corpus Christi All Stars in double header, 1970/06/05: 5
          Yankees whitewash Corpus Christi All Stars, 4-0, 1970/05/22: 5
          Yanks lose pair to Lone Star Popeyes of Corpus, 8-6, and 4-3, 1970/05/08: 5
        Guadalupe Lumber
          Yankees sweep 3rd twin bill against Guadalupe Lumber, 2-1, and Red Eagles, 10-1, 1970/05/15: 5
          Yankees to play Guadalupe Lumber and Martindale Red Devils in two games on Sunday, 1970/05/08: 5
        Kenwood Roadrunners, Yanks meet Kenwood Roadrunners and Austin Aztecs in Sunday twin bill, 1970/06/19: 5
        Manor Merchants, Yanks sock it to Manor Merchants, 10-3, 1970/06/19: 5
        Martindale Red Devils, Yankees to play Guadalupe Lumber and Martindale Red Devils in two games on Sunday, 1970/05/08: 5
        open home schedule with Clay's Colts, 1970/03/27: 5
        Red Eagles, Yankees sweep 3rd twin bill against Guadalupe Lumber, 2-1, and Red Eagles, 10-1, 1970/05/15: 5
        Robles Sports
          Yankees come from behind to beat Robles Sports, 7-6, and wallop Corpus Christi, 21-0, 1970/06/12: 5
          Yankees take on Robles Sports and Corpus Christi All Stars in double header, 1970/06/05: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox in twin bill with Yanks and Seguin Red Sox, 1970/04/24: 5
        San Antonio Reds
          Yankees have twin bill, taking on San Antonio Reds and Austin Braves, 1970/04/10: 5
          Yanks win pair of games in Sunday diamond fare over San Antonio Reds, 5-4, and Austin Braves, 8-7, 1970/04/17: 5
        Seguin Red Sox
          Black Sox in twin bill with Yanks and Seguin Red Sox, 1970/04/24: 5
          Yankees take pair from Seguin Red Sox, 13-1 and 6-2, 1970/05/01: 5
          Yanks rained out in Seguin, 1970/05/29: 5
        Westridge Kenya Cats, Yankees go for twin kill against Westridge Kenya Cats and Austin Greyhounds, 1970/05/22: 5
        Yanks and Pirates play exhibition game in warmup for season, 1970/03/20: 5
      school softball tourney, 1936/05/08: 3
      school tourney gets under way Friday afternoon, 1936/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue)
      segregation
        end of Jim Crow seating sought at Mission Stadium, 1956/06/08: 5
        Jim Crow stays at Mission Stadium for season at least, 1956/07/13: 5
      Seguin Blue Jays
        Kerrville All-Stars
          dumped again by Kerrville All-Stars, 19-7, 1962/04/13: 3
          meet Kerrville All-Stars in Sunday opener, 1962/03/30: 5
        New Braunfels Black Sox busted by Blue Jays, 1964/07/10: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox batter Seguin Blue Jays, 1965/06/18: 5
          Black Sox cut down Blue Jays, 6 to 3, 1966/08/19: 5
          Black Sox have Red Sox, Seguin for twin bill, 1966/08/05: 5
          Black Sox win one, rained out in second, 1966/08/12: 5
          Blue Jays, Black Sox, girls softball on Sunday bill, 1965/06/11: 5
          meet Jays Sunday, 1963/05/10: 5
          Seguin team to have Saturday night fling in SA, 1966/08/05: 5
          Sox bang Seguin Blue Jays, 8-3, 1963/05/17: 5
          turn back Black Sox, 1965/05/28: 5
        San Antonio Colt .45s whipped by Blue Jays, 1964/07/24: 5
        San Antonio Red Sox whipped by Jays, 1964/08/14: 5
        San Antonio Yankees take two, downing Sebera Plumbers and Seguin Blue Jays, 1967/08/18: 6
        Santos Electric
          nose out Santos Electric, 1-0, 1964/06/19: 5
          turns tables on Blue Jays, 1964/06/26: 5
        SMI Steelers bombard Blue Jays, 1963/07/19: 5
      Seguin Fat and Forty game
        annual polio charity game set, 1953/08/28: 5, 1955/08/12: 3, 1956/08/03: 5, 1957/08/16: 5, 1957/08/30: 5, 1958/08/01: 5, 1958/08/15: 5, 1959/08/07: 5, 1959/08/28: 5, 1963/08/16: 5, 1964/08/14: 5
        benefit for infantile paralysis is Friday in Seguin, 1956/08/24: 5
        expect jammed park for game, 1955/08/26: 5
        Fat and Forty baseballers beat Lockhart, 1957/09/13: 5, 1960/08/26: 5
        game played Friday in N. Braunfels, 1956/08/31: 5
        gives fans fun and good game, 1955/09/02: 5
        Lockhart, Seguin in charity BB game Sunday, 1960/08/19: 5
        Lockhart beats Seguin in annual charity game, 1958/08/29: 5, 1959/08/14: 5
        Lockhart outlasts Seguin nine in charity game, 1959/08/14: 5
        New Braunfels old timers get even with Seguin, 1956/09/14: 5
        readies for annual Fat and Forties tilt, 1954/08/13: 5
        Seguin bops Lockhart in Fat-Forty fracas, 1954/09/03: 5
        Seguin nips N. Braunfels 5-4, 1956/08/31: 5
        spanks Lockhart in return game, 1958/09/12: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1954-1955)
        4-H Club
          champs of 1954, lead league, 1955/07/01: 5
          cinches Seguin Youth League bunting, 1955/08/05: 5
          rides herd in Youth Baseball League, 1955/07/22: 5
          wins tenth straight in baseball loop, 1955/07/29: 5
        champs, queen to be crowned Tuesday, 1954/09/17: 5
        city council okehs site for ball park, 1955/02/11: 5
        fund drive to begin for ball park, 1955/05/20: 2
        to get under way Friday, 1955/06/10: 5
        kid ball park to be dedicated Friday, 1955/08/12: 5
        kid baseball loop opens June 10, 1955/06/03: 5
        kid BB park dedication reset for Aug. 12, 1955/08/05: 5
        Merchants edge NAACP, San Antonio titlist, 2-1, 1955/08/26: 5
        officers reelected, 1955/01/28: 5
        Seguin to dedicate new youth ball park Aug. 8, 1955/07/29: 5
        work to begin on kid baseball park, 1955/03/11: 5
        work under way on kid baseball park, 1955/05/06: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1956)
        4-H Club
          clings to second half lead in Seguin play, 1956/08/03: 5
          comes back to knock Wasps from lead, 1956/07/13: 5
          finally gets its lumps from Wasps in Youth Baseball loop, 1956/06/15: 5
          grabs lead in Seguin Youth loop, 1956/07/27: 5
          and Wasps win as Seguin Youth Baseball League gets under way, 1956/06/08: 5
        officers reelected, 1956/03/30: 5
        Panthers top Seguin Youth loop, 1956/08/10: 5
        play starts Friday, 1956/06/01: 5
        play starts June 1, 1956/05/18: 5
        three-way deadlock in Seguin Youth Baseball League as season nears end, 1956/08/17: 5
        Wasps
          capture Seguin Youth Baseball crown, 1956/08/24: 5
          given scares, but hold on to Seguin Youth BB League lead, 1956/06/22: 5
          rally in final inning to stay unbeaten in Seguin Kid loop, 1956/06/29: 5
          snip Panthers' win streak, 1956/07/06: 5
          win in last inning to stay deadlocked in Seguin Youth baseball, 1956/07/20: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1957)
        4-H Club
          cinches Seguin Youth baseball title, 1957/08/09: 5
          loses, but leads Seguin kid league, 1957/06/28: 5
          paces Seguin Kid BB League, 1957/07/05: 5
          rallies to whip Wasps, holds Seguin Youth loop lead, 1957/07/12: 5
          still tops Seguin Youth Loop, 1957/07/19: 5
          wins third straight game to lead loop, 1957/06/21: 5
        crowd expected for Seguin Little League field day, 1957/08/23: 7
        finally gets under way, 1957/06/14: 5
        League starts play May 29, 1957/05/24: 5
        plans set for joint S.A.-Seguin kid baseballers field day Monday, 1957/08/30: 5
        youth loop in final stretch, 1957/07/26: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1958)
        4-H and Wasps win openers in Seguin Youth Baseball, 1958/06/13: 5
        4-H Club again title bound, 1958/07/04: 5
        4-H riding herd on Seguin Youth League, 1958/06/27: 5
        area youth baseball league includes 4 cities, 1958/06/13: 5
        elects officers, 1958/03/14: 5
        July 4 benefit affair set for Seguin Youth loop, 1958/06/27: 5
        kid baseballers win three exhibitions, 1958/06/13: 5
        Panthers get first win in Seguin League, 1958/08/01: 5
        readies for play, 1958/05/23: 5
        Seguin drive for funds for kid baseball league opens Friday, 1958/05/30: 5
        Seguin Hornets pin second defeat on 4-H Club, 1958/08/15: 5
        Seguin whips "Y" in Guadalupe Valley tilt, ties for title, 1958/08/01: 5
        Seguin Youth Field Day set for Monday, Sept. 1, 1958/08/29: 5
        Wasps hand Seguin 4-H Club its first defeat, 1958/07/25: 5
        youth loop back in action after 10-day layoff due to rain, 1958/07/18: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1959)
        action resumed in Seguin youth league, 1959/07/31: 5
        Alamo City YMCA teams deal misery to Seguin, 1959/07/24: 5
        all officers of League re-elected, 1959/03/27: 5
        Braves beat Tigers 8-4, 1959/07/17: 5
        opens sixth season, Monday, 1959/05/29: 5
        plans July 4 program, 1959/06/12: 5
        same old story--4-H wins again, 1959/07/10: 5
        San Marcos bows to Seguin twice, 1959/08/21: 5
        Seguin boys make clean sweep of holiday games, 1959/07/10: 5
        three Seguin teams seek vengeance, 1959/07/31: 5
        Wasps come alive, upset Hornets 9-8 in thriller, 1959/07/17: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1960-1962)
        4-H, Panthers win openers, 1960/06/03: 5
        4-H leads Seguin youth loop, 1960/06/17: 5
        gala July 4th program planned, 1960/06/24: 2
        youth loop to open May 30, 1960/04/22: 5, 1960/05/20: 5
      Seguin Youth Baseball League (1963-1964)
        activities set for May 30 rained out, rescheduled for June 6, 1964/06/05: 5
        details ironed out for youth baseball season, 1964/05/22: 5
        Harper, Shirley Jean, named queen, 1964/07/10: 5
      semi-professional teams
        Aztec nine wants young Negro players, 1955/03/18: 5
        McCord, Cline, first Negro player signed by Virginia team, 1954/12/31: 5
        Negro twirlers duel in Eastern League classic, 1949/09/23: 7
        semi-pro baseball meet opens in Waco, 1947/06/20: 3
        semi-pro season to open officially, 1932/04/15: 3
      Senior Baseball Loop
        title game in senior BB loop Sunday, 1953/09/04: 5
      slow pitch tourney set for March 1 at Woodlake, 1964/02/21: 5
      Smart Set Social Club
      Snap Bombers
        beat Paloma Black Hawks, 1955/06/03: 5
        beat Palomino Giants, 1955/04/22: 5
        best Eagles, 6-3, 1955/07/01: 5
        Bombers bomb Pleasanton 8-5, 1955/07/22: 5
        Bombers rout Ramblers, 1955/07/15: 5
        Hallettsville wins from Bombers in Weimar game, 1955/07/08: 5
        win pair from Mars Food Center, 1955/05/20: 5
      soft ball league standings, 1936/07/24: 3
      softball league results for April 17, 1936/04/24: 3
      softball tourney here June 26th, 1936/06/19: 3
      softballers to parade, 1936/05/22: 3
      South Side Babe Ruth League
        election of officers set for Saturday, 1961/03/03: 5
        registration set for Feb. 25, 1961/02/24: 5
      South Side Eagles whipped by Wheatley Heights All Stars, 1955/04/29: 5
      South Side Rebels biffed by Grand Prize, 1953/03/27: 5
      South Texas All Stars
        2 SA Negroes, Louis "Snooks" Wauls and John Robert Walker, play in So. Texas All-Star game, 1959/07/24: 5
      Southcross All Stars
        Black Sox go for no. 10 against Southcross All Stars, 1964/05/22: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox put whammy on Southcross for tenth straight win, 1964/05/29: 5
      Southern Baseball Association may be forced out of business by boycott, 1956/06/08: 4
      Southwest Softball Tournament, 1936/07/03: 3
      Southwest Texas Athletic Association softball tourney here June 26th, 1936/06/19: 3
      Southwestern Athletic Conference
        baseball championship won by Grambling Tigers, 1962/05/25: 3
        batting crown goes to Grambling star, Thomas Agee, 1961/05/26: 5
      Sport Sketches by Clint C. Wilson
        Don't tell him now, but Black's Grocery is tough, too!, 1940/04/26: 2
        Kelley, Harold, fast-ball pitcher for ABC Garage, 1940/06/07: 3
        Paige, Satchell, 1940/06/28: 3, 1941/07/18: 3
        Pettus, Richard, manager for Black's Grocery team, 1940/06/21: 3
      Spriggsdale Cleaners (1965, East Side Baseball League)
        Cleaners clean Brown Bugs, 1965/04/30: 5
        leaguers battle in playoff Sunday, 1965/07/02: 5
        Spriggsdale Cleaners, Denver Heights Bears get ESBB victories, 1965/04/09: 5
      Spriggsdale Cleaners (1966)
        benefit dance set for Aug. 13, 1966/08/12: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox to meet Cleaners in July 4 attraction, 1966/07/01: 5
          twin bill puts Sox against Cleaners, Austin Greyhounds, 1966/08/19: 5
      Spriggsdale Cleaners (1967)
        Black Sox and Spriggsdale Cleaners in winner-take-all game Sunday, 1967/06/23: 5
        Black Sox sweep twin bill against San Antonio Astros and Spriggsdale Cleaners, 1967/06/30: 5
      Spriggsdale Cleaners (1968)
        Cleaners blanked by Yanks, 1968/10/11: 5
        Cleaners take on Floresville, 1968/09/13: 5
        Cleaners take on two Sunday, 1968/09/06: 5
        Cleaners' 'Tighten Up' dance set for Aug. 3, 1968/07/26: 5
        "Stuff" McVea fans 18, gets no-hitter, 1968/09/13: 5
        to try Yankees, 1968/10/04: 5
      Spriggsdale Cleaners (1969)
        Black Sox bop Spriggsdale Cleaners, 1969/07/18: 5
        Black Sox meet Spriggsdale Cleaners, 1969/07/11: 5
        Black Sox to play Pearsall, Spriggsdale Cleaners Sunday, 1969/05/02: 5
        plays West Side Rockets, 1969/07/25: 5
        to practice Sunday, 1969/02/14: 5
        Yankees, Spriggsdale Cleaners vie Sunday, 1969/03/28: 5
      St. Anthony Hotel Yanks
        come from behind to make it three straight over Porters soft ball aggregation, 1937/07/02: 3
        win another from Porters, 1937/07/23: 2
      St. Anthony Waiters
        annihilate Majestic, cop AAA softball title, 1939/09/22: 3
        Black's, Waiters to battle for city crown, 1940/08/09: 3
        blasts Lott's, 1939/05/19: 3
        blitzkrieg routs Plaza Hotel, 1940/06/07: 2
        bump Leonard's Pharmacy, 1939/07/07: 3
        cop AAA softball title, 1939/09/22: 3
        dump ABC Garage, 1940/06/07: 3
        dumped by Lott's Grocery, 1938/07/29: 3
        get "gift" game from Lott's, 1939/08/04: 3
        hash Majestic Man's Shop 17-3, 1938/06/10: 3
        Jewelers, Waiters play for orphanage Sun., 1940/08/30: 3
        Leonard's whips Waiters, 1939/05/05: 3
        outlast Majestic, 1939/06/16: 3
        pound Interstate, 1939/06/16: 3
        shut out Black's Grocery and Icemen 5-0, 1940/05/31: 3
        St. Anthony not in AAA league this season, 1941/05/23: 3
        swamp Plaza, 1940/07/26: 3
        take Kress, 1940/06/14: 3
        take stranglehold on first place in league, 1938/07/22: 3
        trounce ABC, 1940/07/26: 3
        Waiters, Leonard's must replay disputed game, 1939/08/18: 3
        Waiters, Majestic Man's Shop vie for playoff spot, as Waiters knock selves out of cinch, 1940/08/02: 3
      St. Mary's offers aid to junior baseball coaches, managers, 1961/03/10: 5
      Sunday School Athletic Association softball winners to be feted Tuesday, 1950/09/29: 5
      Sutton Homes Rockettes
        and San Antonio Raiders play in a girl-boy twin bill, 1963/04/12: 5
        set benefit barbecue and baseball games for Woodlake, 1963/05/31: 5
      Taft baseball team ready, 1938/04/01: 3
      Taft Nine wants games, 1938/05/06: 3
      Tasby, Willie
        See Baseball, San Antonio Missions (1955)
      Taylor, Violet, Luling baseball player, dies suddenly, postpones game with San Antonio Amazons, 1936/07/17: 3
      Teen-Age Clippers play Carver Aces of Victoria Sunday, 1956/08/17: 5
      Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
        Central Lassies, Alamo Jewelers mix it tonight, 1950/08/11: 3
        city and district TAF softball tournament on Aug. 11-12, 1950/07/14: 3
        Ellison's Lot 2nd in state TAAF tourney, 1952/09/05: 5
        Fort Sam enters TAF district softball meet, 1950/07/28: 3
        four teams battle for city title as TAF softball tourney opens, 1950/08/11: 3
        Real Tailors Softball Team grab TAAF state softball crown, 1953/09/04: 5
        tenth annual Negro TAAF state championship softball tournament under way, 1953/08/28: 5
        tourney to be held here Aug. 28-29, 1953/08/21: 5
      Texas League
        Dallas Eagles
          change name to Dallas Rangers, 1958/04/11: 5
          start spring grind in Seguin, 1958/03/21: 5
          train in Seguin, 1958/02/28: 5
        Dallas Rangers (formerly Eagles) wind up Seguin training, 1958/04/11: 5
        Ferrarese, Don, Wilie Tasby do it for the Missions, 1955/09/02: 5
        first playoff game between SA Missions and Shreveport Sports goes to Sports, 1955/09/09: 5
        Greason, Bill, Houston tan hurler stymies SA Missions to give Houston the series, 1955/09/02: 5
        SA fans see all of TL's Negro players, 1953/05/08: 5
        San Antonio Missions in battle for second place in Texas League, 1955/06/24: 5
      Texas Negro Junior Boys Baseball State Championship won by SA Eagles, 1953/08/28: 5
      Thompson, Hank
      three divisions necessary in softball loop to admit all aspirants, 1936/04/10: 3
      Tiger-Dragon tilt halted by rain, 1933/06/16: 3
      Tony's Place, loses pair to San Antonio Giants, 1951/06/15: 5
      Troy Floyd and Don Albert bands battle on bases, 1932/05/20: 3
      Truckers
      US Defense Workers
        US Defense Workers again in action, 1943/07/09: 3
        Workers meet Fred's Place tonite, 1943/07/30: 3
      Uvalde boy, Roy D. White, gets Boston tryout, 1950/03/31: 3
      V. J. Keefe Mixers
        Mixers oust Wonders in city playoffs, 1961/08/18: 5
        Wonders cop ES playoff, try Keefe in city series, 1961/08/04: 5
        Young Wonders hitless in first game of city playoffs with V. J. Keefe Mixers, 1961/08/11: 5
      Victory League
        All Stars to play Davis' Cafe, tonight, 1943/06/18: 3
        Victory League [newly established] plays Wed., Friday at Tech, 1943/05/21: 3
      Viera's Radio-TV
        Blair New's Young Wonders opens with Viera's TV Sunday, 1958/04/04: 5
        San Antonio Merchants play Viera Radio-TV at Martinez Field, Sunday, 1958/06/13: 5
        Young Wonders trounce Viera Radio-TV, 6-1, 1958/04/11: 5
      Walker's Business Service (WBS)
        beats St. Philip's, 1948/06/25: 3
        shifts made in AAA schedule as WBS folds, 1948/07/16: 3
      Walker's Little Stars dropped by Seguin Dragons, 9-4, 1952/07/18: 5
      War Workers
        See Kelly Army Air Field, baseball team (War Workers)
      Washington Brothers (four-man team)
        See also Baseball, King and His Court
        beat Randolph, 1954/06/25: 5
        beat Runge, 1955/06/17: 5
        beat St. Gerard's, 1954/04/23: 5
        booking games, 1955/01/28: 5
        draw large crowds (photo), 1953/08/28: 5
        four-man softball team eyes season, 1954/01/29: 5
        play in Runge, 1955/08/05: 5
        softball twin bill has girls game, four-man team, 1953/08/28: 5
        to start grind, 1955/01/14: 5
        vie with Lindbergh Park, 1953/05/29: 5
        win 66th game, 1955/05/06: 5
        win another over Eagle Cleaners, 1954/05/28: 5
        win no. 79, 1956/03/23: 5
        win no. 80, whipping Victoria Aces, 1956/06/29: 5
        wins another, 1953/08/14: 5
      WBS
        See Baseball, Walker's Business Service (WBS)
      West End Blue Bells whipped by YMCA Advanced Juniors, 1959/05/15: 5
      West End Playground
        City Recreation Softball League
          midget boys and intermediate girls win softball championships, 1959/08/14: 5
          wins city "Rec" softball tourney, 1959/08/07: 5
          wins third straight in softball loop, 1950/07/21: 3
        Junior Softball League
          heads for softball league title, 1950/07/28: 3
          West End, YMCA win in softball league, 1950/07/07: 3
        Lindbergh Park girls beat West End, 1952/08/01: 5
        Little Brown Bugs
          Brown Bugs bug West End, 1951/05/04: 5
          West End, Dodgers, Little Bugs still tops in kid baseball loop, 1951/07/20: 5
          and West End tied for first in "Y" loop, 1951/08/03: 5
        West End girls
          grab city novice softball title, 1961/08/04: 5
          second in softball tournament, 1962/04/06: 5
          win City Recreaction League title, 1961/08/11: 5
          win city softball meet, 1961/07/14: 5
      West End Taxi
        Leonard's Pharmacy dumps West End Taxi's twice for city softball crown, 1936/07/24: 3
        softball series between Leonard's Pharmacy and West End Taxi, 1936/07/10: 3
        softballers run amuck with unbeaten Crisp, 1936/05/22: 3
        West End Taxi dumps Leonard's, 1936/06/12: 3
      West End Tigers and Barbers game called on account of rain, 1933/06/16: 3
      West Side All Stars (1965)
        host first annual dance, 1965/08/27: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          All Stars eliminated from Black Sox tournament, 1965/09/17: 5
          Sox, West Side All Stars meet again, 1965/07/09: 5
          Sox get revenge, bop West Side All Stars, 1965/07/16: 5
        San Antonio Yankees and All Stars to vie Sunday, 1965/08/13: 5
      West Side All Stars (1966-1967)
        Marlin Eagles get 8-7 win over West Side All Stars, 1966/06/10: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          All Stars and Black Sox eliminated from annual tournament, 1967/10/06: 5
          Black Sox win pair, 1966/07/29: 5
          Sox get 50 hits and 35 runs in copping twin bill against West Side All Stars and Uvalde All Stars, 1967/06/02: 5
          Sox play W. Side All Stars, Cuero in double-header, 1966/07/22: 5
        San Antonio Yankees
          Yankees cop twin bill against West Side All Stars and Bastrop Tigers, 1967/06/09: 5
          Yankees grab twin bill against West Side All Stars and edge Weimar All Stars, 1967/08/04: 6
          Yankees play twin bill against West Side All Stars and Weimar All Stars, 1967/07/28: 5
      West Side All Stars (1968)
        San Antonio Black Sox
          Black Sox play West Side, Uvalde, Sunday, 1968/06/14: 5
          Black Sox sweep twin Bill against Southwest Rojas and West Side All Stars, 1968/09/13: 5
          Sox play twin bill Sunday: Southwestern Rojas and West Side All Stars, 1968/09/06: 5
          Sox split Sunday doubleheader, blistering West Side All Stars, dropping 10-7 to Uvalde All Stars, 1968/06/21: 5
        San Antonio Yankees grab pair from West Side All Stars and Luling Oilers, 1968/07/26: 5
      West Side Indians play Cardona Welders, 1960/06/17: 5
      West Side Rockets (1969)
        doubleheader on SA Labor Day BB menu; Yankees play Westside Rockets; Black Sox play Guerrero Ice House, 1969/08/29: 5
        Yankees, Rockets in season's finale, 1969/10/24: 5
        Yanks, West Side Rockets in twin bill Sunday, 1969/10/10: 5
        Yanks play twin bill Sunday, 1969/09/26: 5
      West Side Sports battle San Antonio Yankees Sunday, 1966/08/26: 5
      Wheatley Courts
        takes top spot in Junior Loop, 1948/06/11: 3
        wins YMCA junior league championship, 1947/08/29: 3
      Wheatley Courts Hawks
        East Side Baseball League
          ESBB title rides on results of postponed game between Young Wonders and Hawks, 1962/06/29: 5
          Hawks lose close game to Young Wonders, 4-2, 1962/05/04: 5
        San Antonio Black Sox
          try Wheatley Courts Hawks Sunday, 1962/08/31: 5
          win holiday weekend series against Wheatley Hawks and San Antonio Bombers, 1962/09/07: 5
      Wheatley Courts Red Raiders, defeated by YMCA, 1960/06/03: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1953)
        edge Palo Alto Eagles 7-6, 1953/08/21: 5
        lose to SA Cats, 1953/06/19: 5
        plaster SA All Stars 9-4, 1953/06/05: 5
        Sox, All Stars to mix Sunday, 1953/09/18: 5
        tame SA Cats, 1953/08/14: 5
        win, lose in Sunday games, 1953/07/10: 5
        Yoakum beats Wheatley Stars, 1953/06/26: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1954)
        Clay's Colts take 5-2 decision from Wheatley All Stars, 1954/07/09: 5
        Indians, Wheatley Heights split double header, 1954/08/20: 5
        Oilers clobber Wheatley Heights, 1956/06/08: 5
        SA Indians scalp Wheatley All Stars 9-3, 1954/05/21: 5
        Vaughns, Lefty Joe, Indians hurler wins twin bill against Wheatley All-Stars, 1954/04/23: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1955)
        bop De La Rosa Red Sox 19-8, 1955/05/06: 5
        Clay's Colts to play Wheatley Heights All Stars Sunday, 1955/05/13: 5
        Evans, Edward, fans 17 as Eagles edge Wheatley Heights, 1955/07/15: 5
        Indians to play Hondo, All Stars May 1, 1955/04/29: 5
        nip San Antonio Clippers 8-7, 1955/07/22: 5
        SA Indians cool Wheatley Heights Stars 7-2, 1955/04/08: 5
        Stars whip South Side Eagles, 1955/04/29: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1956)
        Black Sox booted by Wheatley Heights, 10-6, 1956/09/14: 5
        clobber Oilers, 1956/05/11: 5
        darkness leaves Rambler-Heights game in deadlock, 1956/10/12: 5
        pinch hitters come thru for Heights, 1956/08/10: 5
        Ramblers, Wheatley Heights in finale, 1956/10/05: 5
        Ramblers again thump Wheatley Heights, 1956/04/20: 5
        Ramblers outscore Heights, 1956/04/13: 5
        scalp SA Indians, 8-7, 1956/06/01: 5
        take twin bill from Eagle Cleaners, 1956/08/17: 5
        thump SA Ramblers, 1956/08/24: 5
        Wheatley Heights 12, Black Sox 11, 1956/05/18: 5
        who won it?, 1956/05/04: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1957)
        Heights wins two in Hondo, 1957/06/21: 5
        Indians bow to Wheatley All-Stars, 1957/06/21: 5
        SA Indians tomahawk Wheatley Heights All-Stars, 1957/04/12: 5
        split twin bill with Hondo Bears, 1957/05/24: 5
        in split with Eagle Cleaners, 1957/06/14: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1958)
        East Side Baseball League
          double-header may have upsets Sunday with Miles Humble Oilers against Wheatley Heights, 1958/07/25: 5
          Merchants and Stars win in debuts, 1958/04/25: 5
          Oilers outscore Heights; Merchants rout Indians, 1958/08/01: 5
          Oilers win finale against Wheatley Heights, 1958/08/22: 5
          put 8-5 whammy on Miles Humble Oilers, 1958/06/13: 5
          SA Black Sox blank Heights, 11-0, 1958/06/20: 5
          SA Merchants win as Wheatley Heights defense falls to pieces, 1958/05/16: 5
          Sox battle into playoffs against Wheatley Heights, 1958/08/08: 5
          stakes high as Black Sox and Wheatley Heights battle Sunday, 1958/08/01: 5
          try for upset against Miles Humble Oilers, 1958/05/16: 5
          victorious over San Antonio Indians, 8-3, 1958/04/25: 5
          win over Wheatley Heights All Stars, 11-2, 1958/04/18: 5
          win top loop against Wheatley Heights; Sox blank Wonders, 6-0, 1958/07/25: 5
      Wheatley Heights All Stars (1959)
        East Side Baseball League
          San Antonio Sports win over Wheatley Heights All-Stars, 1959/05/29: 5
          stop SA Indians, 1959/05/01: 5
          take over first in ESBB League, 1959/06/19: 5
      Wheatley Heights Country Club to fete all SA baseball players, 1954/01/15: 5
      Wilton Carpet Bears (East Side Baseball League), 1967
        Bears upset by Giants, 4-3, 1967/05/26: 5
        lose to Brown Bugs, 5-1, 1967/05/19: 5
      Woerner's Grocery to back team, 1936/04/03: 3
      Women's World Amateur Softball Association
        first Negro girl in world softball meet plays here in San Pedro Park (photo), 1950/09/22: 3
        Sanford, Loree "Pi," pitches Denver into quarter-finals of World tourney (photo), 1950/09/29: 5
      Woodlake Ramblers (1959-1961)
        battle with Victoria Aces, 1960/08/19: 5
        clobber Victoria, 1960/08/26: 5
        East Side Baseball League
          bounce Indians, 1960/07/29: 5
          ESBB champ Ramblers to be feted Friday; to become Woodlake Ramblers in future, 1959/08/28: 5
          Giants bop Indians, Bees trim Ramblers in league openers, 1961/04/07: 5
          meet Indians in ES playoff series, 1960/09/09: 5
          overpower Quihi Stars in lid popper, 1960/04/15: 5
          pitching duel in Rambler-Bee fracas features Bunny Ruiz and T. J. Williams, 1961/05/19: 5
          Ramblers, Sports stay deadlocked, 1959/07/03: 5
          rap American Sports in ESBB fracas, 1960/04/29: 5
          San Antonio Indians upset Woodlake, 1960/05/27: 5
          win ESBB regular season crown, 1959/08/07: 5
          win over Quihi Stars in ESBB loop game, 1960/06/17: 5
      Woodlake Women's Softball League
        last-place Vikings upset favored Bears, 10-7, 1964/06/19: 5
        one-sided, close games in league, 1964/05/15: 5
        results and schedule, 1964/05/22: 5, 1964/05/29: 5, 1964/06/05: 5, 1964/06/12: 5, 1964/07/03: 5
      Woodlawn Methodist Church girls and Acorns in return game, 1939/07/07: 3
      World Series
        See Baseball (Major Leagues), World Series
      "World's Fastest Human," Jesse Owens, and big time baseballers, Crawfords, show wares here, Sunday, 1940/04/26: 3
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1945-1946)
        Boys Club, YMCA win Wednesday AAA games, 1946/06/21: 3
        Denver Heights dumps "Y," Boys Club whips East End, 1946/06/28: 3
        Heights rally too much for EE; 'Y' nips Boys Club, 1946/08/02: 3
        junior league results, 1946/08/23: 3
        junior softball league schedule is completed, 1947/05/23: 3
        Lindbergh Park wins, loses in "Y" junior league, 1946/07/26: 3
        "open letter" is directed to boys, 12 to 16 years old, concerning softball tourney, 1945/08/03: 3
        "Y" cops two from Somerset, 1946/08/16: 3
        "Y" softball meet starts, 1945/08/31: 3
        Zanzibar outscores 'Y," Heights noses out Second Baptist, 1946/07/05: 3
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1947-1949)
        All Stars bow to Boys Club, 1949/08/26: 3
        Boys Club, Central top "Y" league, 1949/07/15: 3
        Boys Club holds top place in baseball loop, 1949/07/22: 3
        IDTRC, East End Monday AAA softball victors, 1947/06/13: 3
        junior league eyes playoff, 1947/07/25: 3
        junior league has busy week, 1947/06/13: 3
        results, standings, and schedule, 1947/05/30: 3, 1947/06/06: 3, 1947/06/13: 3, 1947/06/20: 3, 1947/07/04: 3, 1947/07/11: 4, 1947/08/15: 3, 1948/04/30: 3, 1948/05/28: 3
        softball now under way, 1948/04/30: 3
        Wheatley Courts wins junior city crown, 1947/08/29: 3
        'Y' baseball league gets under way, 1949/07/08: 3
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1950-1955)
        Brown Bugs top 'Y' baseball loop, 1950/07/21: 3
        Little Brown Bugs, West End tied for first in "Y" loop, 1951/08/03: 5
        play gets under way in "Y" baseball league, 1951/07/20: 5
        Sunday School baseball tourney gets under way, 1953/08/07: 5
        West Side "Y" Pee Wees beat Alamo City "Y" 18-8, 1959/06/19: 5
        'Y' baseball loop opens June 26, 1950/06/16: 3
        "Y" setting up baseball league for kids, 8 to 12, 1955/04/15: 3
        "Y" Sunday School kid baseball loop gets under way, 1954/07/02: 5
        YMCA camp is training site for softballers, 1952/04/18: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1956-1958)
        Brown Bugs, YMCA given lumps in All-Star games, 1957/08/09: 5
        Lincoln Park LL Braves trim "Y," 8-5, for 23rd straight victory, 1957/08/23: 5
        play starts in "Y" Sunday School baseball league, 1956/07/13: 5
        San Antonio kid baseballers bow to Seguin teams, 1958/07/04: 5
        "YM" kid athletes stand out, 1957/08/02: 5
        YMCA, Cuero in area youth league games here, Saturday, 1958/06/13: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1959)
        Advanced Juniors whip West End Blue Bells, 5-3, 1959/05/15: 5
        Alamo City YMCA teams
          deal misery to Seguin, 1959/07/24: 5
          put whammy on Seguin teams, 1959/08/21: 5
        juniors bow to Kerrville, 5-2, 1959/04/10: 5
        juniors play Kerrville High nine Saturday, 1959/04/03: 5
        Midgets put whammy on Boys Club, 14-3, 1959/05/22: 5
        sets up kid baseball program, 1959/02/20: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1960)
        again trounces Lockhart, 1960/05/20: 5
        Alamo City YMCA plays Carver High, Lockhart, here, 1960/05/13: 5
        all youth baseball tournament set, 1960/08/05: 5
        Ball High bops Alamo City "Y," 1960/04/29: 5
        Ball High wins in Kerrville, San Antonio on same day, 1960/05/13: 5
        breaks even in games with Doyle High and Ball High, 1960/05/27: 5
        defeats Wheatley Courts Red Raiders, 1960/06/03: 5
        Hamilton, Joe, whizzes 'em by in all-star game, 1960/07/22: 5
        high school nines scheduled, 1960/04/08: 5
        Juniors lose to Kerrville in 11th inning, 1960/04/22: 5
        kid all-star baseball games set for Saturday, 1960/08/05: 5
        kid meet to open Friday, 1960/08/12: 5
        kid teams in split series, 1960/06/17: 5
        Lockhart, Alamo City "Y" are youth league leaders, 1960/06/10: 5
        Parents Club organized, 1960/05/20: 5
        plays Ball Hi in SA, 1960/05/06: 5
        San Marcos, YMCA play 14 innings to 6-6 tie, 1960/07/22: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1961)
        beats Doyle High, Kerrville, 1961/04/14: 5
        Juniors win city cage title, 1961/03/31: 5
        kid baseball results/schedule, 1961/08/04: 5
        readies fall girls softball program, 1961/08/18: 5
        registration set, 1961/03/03: 5
        wins 2 of 3 in Lockhart, 1961/06/09: 5
        "Y" nine slates high school teams of this area, 1961/03/31: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1962)
        clashes with Doyle High School in Sunday opener, 1962/03/30: 5
        diamond teams have good week with victories in all but one game, 1962/05/25: 5
        has a big time in Brownwood with entertainment and winning ball games, 1962/07/27: 5
        Houston All-Star teams beat "Y" teams, 1962/08/03: 5
        loses two, wins one from Lockhart, 1962/08/10: 5
        plays at Brownwood, 1962/07/13: 5
        plays Ball High School of Seguin followed by open house, 1962/05/18: 5
        plays Washington All Stars of Houston, July 28, 1962/07/27: 5
        pony leaguers win 3-1 thriller, 1962/07/20: 5
        sets schedule with high school nines, 1962/03/30: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1963)
        Alamo City YMCA teams
          Alamo City "Y" takes Ball High Dragons 5-1, 1963/03/22: 5
          Alamo City YMCA teams rough on Kerrville teams, 1963/05/17: 5
          Doyle High School, Kerrville, and Alamo City "Y" have "Day of Baseball," 1963/05/31: 5
          girls win, boys lose in Houston, 1963/06/07: 5
        Blue Bells, Indians, Aces lead kid baseball, 1963/07/12: 5
        rush by Ball High of Seguin, 14-7, 1963/04/26: 5
        YMCA nine plays Ball Hi here Saturday, 1963/04/19: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1964)
        Alamo City YMCA teams
          Alamo "Y" takes two of three from Doyle High, 1964/05/29: 5
          hosts Houston teams, 1964/07/31: 5
          kid baseballers bow to Seguin, 1964/06/12: 5
        Del Rio girls nip Alamo City "Y" girls in overtime, 1964/07/31: 5
        Pony League playoff at "Y" camp field, 1964/08/28: 5
        San Antonio tops Houston "Y" in 'Baseball Festival,' 1964/08/14: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1965-1966)
        registration begins for kid BB program, 1965/03/12: 5
        Whopper Burger station no. 16 hosts kid baseballers (photo), 1966/08/12: 5
        YMCA teams help launch Houston season, 1965/05/28: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1967)
        kid baseballers close season with a tie for first place, 1967/08/18: 6
        results, standings, and schedule, 1967/06/23: 5, 1967/06/30: 5, 1967/07/14: 5
        tops Houston, 1967/07/14: 5
        "Y" and 5 Houston teams vie Saturday in annual ball-playing festival, 1967/07/07: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1968)
        Alamo City 'Y' beats Chattanooga in second game, 1968/08/02: 5
        Junior Bears say thanks to those who helped team attend Denver Bronco-San Diego Charger games, 1968/09/06: 5
        play gets under way, 1968/05/31: 5
        standings, 1968/08/23: 5
        West Side Aces undefeated in Pee Wee Division, 1968/06/21: 5
        'Y' All Stars bow to Tennessee, 1968/07/26: 5
      YMCA/YMCA Junior League (1969)
        baseball kicks off, 1969/05/16: 5
        Red Feather League closes big season, 1969/08/15: 5
      Young "Aces" Baseball Club meets to plan schedule, 1933/04/14: 3
      Young Men's Progressive Club
      Young Missions win game, 1933/07/14: 3
      Young Wonders
        See Baseball, Blair New's Young Wonders
        See Baseball, King's Men Young Wonders
        See Baseball, Rena's Young Wonders
      Ysleta Black Giants
      Zanzibar (1946)
        Austin and Zanzibar clash tonight at Lincoln Park, 1946/08/30: 3
        Austin and Zanzibar to try it again tonight, 1946/09/06: 3
        Brock, Royal, softball manager preps Zanzibar for softball drive, 1946/03/29: 3
        East End bows as Zanzibar flinger clears loaded bags to win own game, 1946/07/19: 3
        has riotous first inning to win softball title, 1946/08/23: 3
        Kelly, Zanzibar battle in playoff tonight, 1946/08/09: 3
        Kelly, Zanzibar win Friday playoff games, 1946/08/09: 3
        Kelly Field, Zanzibar club in loop opener--awards to be presented, 1946/05/31: 3
        Kelly Field, Zanzibar in AAA opener, June 3, 1946/05/24: 3
        Lyons All Starts of Austin bop Zanzibar, 1946/09/13: 3
        noses out Boys Club, 1946/07/12: 3
        outscores 'Y," Heights nose out Second Baptist, 1946/07/05: 3
        playoffs all even as Kelly, Zanzibar meet tonight, 1946/08/16: 3
        rallies to beat Kelly in extra frame, 1946/08/23: 3
        SA champs to meet Austin August 30, 1946/08/23: 3
        whips Kelly in first title series tilt, 1946/08/16: 3
        Zanzibar, Kelly win wild ones, 1946/07/19: 3
    Baseball (Major Leagues)
      See also Baseball, semi-professional teams
      1948 banner year for Negroes in sports, 1948/12/31: 3
      Aaron, Henry
      All Star game
        All Star game reflections, 1952/07/18: 7
        American League wins second All Star game, 1959/08/07: 5
        big league All-Stars to play in San Antonio, 1959/10/02: 5
        five Negroes in annual All Star game, 1954/07/23: 5
        Jackie, Campy, Minnie starters in annual big league All Star game, 1954/07/16: 5
        Mays' homer only one that would have been for circuit in original park, 1956/07/20: 5
        National All Stars have two tan starters, 1956/06/22: 5
        Negro history-makers in big league All Star game, 1949/07/22: 3
        Negroes have been in All-Star game since '49, 1955/07/22: 5
        NL all-Negro outfield for All-Star game?, 1957/06/21: 5
        Perez, Tony, Ferguson Jenkins, and Juan Marichal star for NL in 38th annual All Star game, 1967/07/21: 5
        Robinson, Frank, may be only tan starter in big league All Star game, 1956/07/06: 5
        several Negro players key men in big league races, others flop, 1955/07/22: 5
        two Negroes on American Press Ass'n All Stars, 1954/08/06: 5
      All Star teams
        4 Negroes named to UPI All-Star team, 1963/10/18: 5
        12 of 37 All-Star players are Negroes, 1963/07/19: 3
        13 Negroes eligible for 1961 rookie All-Star team, 1961/06/23: 5
        15 Negro baseballers in All-Star voting, 1955/06/17: 5
        36 Negroes in running for Star Rookie "9" sponsored by Topps, 1962/07/20: 5
        Minnie, Campy hold All Star voting leads, 1954/07/02: 5
        record number of Negroes on squad, 1961/07/14: 5
        scribe picks teams for All-Star game, 1954/06/25: 5
        Topps All-Star Rookie team
          2 Negroes honored at Topps affair, 1963/11/29: 5
          2 Negroes on Topps Rookies, 1963/09/27: 5
          5 Negroes on Topps Rookies, 1966/11/25: 5
          6 Negroes on team honored, 1964/10/30: 4
          11 Negroes vie for positions, 1963/09/06: 5
          includes five Negroes, 1964/10/16: 3
      American Association
        Dandridge, Ray, top hitter in American Association, 1949/07/08: 3
        Pendleton, Jimmy, leads in base stealing, 1949/07/08: 4
      American Giants
        meet Cleveland here, April 17-18, 1945/04/13: 3
        with two SA boys, play KC Monarch April 23-24, 1946/04/19: 3
      American League
      Amoros, Sandy
        ANP scribe tags Amoros as best in World Series, 1955/10/14: 3
        saves deciding World Series game for Brooklyn's Johnny Podres with 'impossible' catch, 1955/10/07: 5
      Ashford, Emment
        Ashford Makes Majors (Sportlight on Sports, commentary by Charles J. Livingston), 1965/10/08: 5
        first Negro ump urged for big leagues, 1963/02/01: 5
        first Negro umpire, calls Pacific Coast League opener, 1954/04/16: 7
      averages of big leaguers, 1955/08/12: 5, 1955/08/19: 5, 1955/08/26: 5
      Baltimore Orioles
        bank heavily on Bob Boyd and Connie Johnson, 1959/02/27: 3
        Cleveland Indians reclaim Larry Doby in trade with Orioles, 1958/04/11: 5
        Durham, Joe Vann, ex-Mission, figures in Oriole plans, 1957/03/01: 4
        have 21 Negroes in farm system, 1957/03/01: 5
        King, Ezell, ex-Grambling star fighting for Oriole berth, 1956/03/16: 5
        Lightfoot, Lloyd, A-T star learns he's drafted by reading the news, 1968/06/28: 5
        pitcher Charlie Beamor ups Oriole hopes, 1957/04/12: 3
        Wilkerson, Derrell, Grambling ace signs bonus pact with Orioles, 1963/08/09: 5
      Bankhead, Dan
      Banks, Ernie
      Barnhill, Dave, pitcher is too good to believe, 1950/07/21: 3
      baseball stars gypped in charity racket fraud, 1956/01/27: 5
      Battey, Earl
      big league chunking biggest road block to class AAA graduates, 1949/08/19: 3
      big league players' 1955 records reviewed, 1955/10/07: 4
      Big League Training Camp Notes (column), 1958/03/28: 5, 1958/04/04: 5
      birthplace of Race pro baseball in Long Island, 1939/04/28: 3
      Black, Joe
      Boston Braves may sell Sam Jethroe, 1952/12/26: 7
      Boston Red Sox
        cleared of racial bias, 1959/06/26: 5
        lily-white policy puzzling, 1956/08/24: 5
        May, Arthur, another Grambling ace inks pro pact, 1966/07/29: 5
        offer fabulous sum for Charley Neal, 1954/12/17: 4
        signs fourth Negro in farm system, 1958/07/11: 5
        Sox tie it up in World Series, 1967/10/13: 5
        still looking for Negro players, 1956/07/27: 5
        Wilson, Earl
          called up from Minneapolis Millers, 1959/08/07: 5
          first tan AL pitcher to hurl no-hitter, 1962/07/06: 5
      boycott of Mickey Owens planned by Negro fans, 1946/08/16: 3
      Brooklyn Dodgers
        See also Rickey, Branch
        Amoros, Sandy, saves deciding World Series game with 'impossible' catch, 1955/10/07: 5
        Bankhead to go to Montreal, 1948/04/02: 3
        bench Campy because of weak hitting, 1957/07/05: 4
        Black, Joe
        Bums' rookies threaten vets with loss of jobs, 1955/03/18: 5
        Campanella, Roy
        Dodgers field World Series team, 1955/09/09: 7
        Dodgers sign, farm 2 Negroes, 1946/04/12: 3
        Dodgers take field without a Negro player!, 1954/06/11: 3
        Don wins, Campy, Willie slam homers, 1955/08/05: 5
        Gilliam, "Get-on," gets on base in every game, 1953/05/15: 5
        give up receipts from exhibition game after "Robinson incident," 1948/07/30: 3
        Grambling tossers plenty scared in presence of Branch Rickey, 1949/07/29: 5
        hire full-time Negro scout, Elwood Parsons, 1950/07/28: 3
        loss of Campy jolts Dodgers' title dreams, 1958/02/07: 5
        Neal, Charlie
          cinches job with Brooklyn, 1956/04/27: 7
          inks for third year with Bums, 1958/01/24: 3
        Newcombe, Don
        Robinson, Branch Rickey say "nuts" to Georgia Ku Klux objections, 1949/01/21: 3
        Robinson, Jackie
        Roseboro, John
          may be Dodgers' No. 1 receiver, 1958/02/14: 3
          officials rave over "new" Campy worth $100,000, 1957/03/01: 5
        Shaw, John Henry, 18-year-old SA tosser signed by Brooklyn Dodgers for farm team, 1950/09/08: 5
        sign three Grambling hurlers, 1949/07/22: 3
        slugfest looms in Milwaukee Braves-Bums SA exhibition, 1957/03/29: 5
        Sommers, Edward "Junior," of Kelly Brown Bombers, to get trial with Dodgers, 1950/10/06: 5
        Southern U gridder, Robert Smith, signed by Dodgers, 1948/03/12: 3
        Strothers, Phil, sensational in service play, signed by Bums, 1957/02/22: 6
        three more signed by Dodgers, 1947/02/07: 2
        trade Chico Fernandez to Philadelphia Phillies, 1957/04/19: 5
        Valdes, Rene Gutierrez, looks like good bet for Bums, 1957/04/19: 5
      Brooks, Lawrence
      Brown, Willard, home not enough to Dallas Eagles, 1953/07/10: 5
      Campanella, Roy
      Carey, Harry, visits with old friends in San Antonio (photo), 1957/01/04: 7
      Charleston, Oscar, pilots East in all-star game, 1950/07/28: 3
      Chicago American Giants "overlook" contract with John Ritchey; San Diego gets ace player, 1948/01/23: 4
      Chicago Cubs
        Baker, Gene
          faces maternity charge, 1955/09/23: 7
          working out with Chi Cubs, 1953/03/13: 5
        Banks, Ernie
        Brock, Lou
          hits one of longest homers at Polo Grounds in game with New York Mets, 1962/06/29: 6
          signs 1963 pact with Chicago Cubs, 1963/01/18: 5
        Cubs' hopes depend on Negro stars, 1956/03/09: 5
        Louisiana hate law causes Cubs to switch training camp to Mesa, AZ, 1956/08/31: 5
        O'Neil, Buck, is majors' first Negro coach, 1962/06/08: 5
        Progress is Being Made [in racial discrimination by Chicago Cubs purchase of hotel] (editorial), 1961/11/24: 4
        sign Bobbie Davidson, Southern University's star infielder, 1958/06/06: 5
        sign two Negroes, 1950/03/03: 3
        three in East-West game inked by Cubs, 1955/09/09: 5
        trade Sad Sam Jones to St. Louis Cardinals, 1956/12/28: 5
        Williams, Billy
          credits knowing pitchers for upsurge as batter, 1964/07/03: 5
          ex-Mission, named NL's "Rookie of the Year," 1961/12/08: 7
          gets NL's May "Player of Month" award, 1964/06/19: 5
          is National League's "Rookie of Year," 1961/11/03: 5
      Chicago White Sox
        Al Lopez spells out White Sox success formula--outspeed foe, 1957/06/07: 5
        Buford, Don, signed to replace Nellie Fox, 1964/02/28: 5
        Chisox, Senators grab Grambling baseball stars, 1963/06/21: 5
        cracks color line in Memphis, 1954/04/16: 7
        fans wonder whether Sox deal worth it, 1956/06/08: 4
        get Roy Boyd, too, 1950/08/11: 3
        get short end of big trade of Minnie Minoso to Cleveland Indians, 1958/05/16: 5
        have seven Negroes in farm system, 1958/02/14: 3
        Minoso, Orestes ("Minnie")
        Pizarro, Juan
          dazzles Detroit, 3-2, for eighth victory, 1962/07/20: 5
          inks $25,000 pack with Sox, 1964/04/10: 5
        Richards' faith in Connie Johnson and Bob Boyd pays off, 1957/08/30: 5
        Robinson, Floyd, and Al Smith given salary hikes, 1962/03/09: 5
        scribe wonders why Earl Battey was Chicago's "forgotten man" of World Series, 1950/08/11: 31959/10/23: 1
        sign their first Negro player, Sam Hairston, 1950/08/11: 3
        Smith, Al, gets pay hike, inks pact, 1961/03/03: 5
        Sox get Harry "Suitcase" Simpson in player deal, 1959/05/15: 5
        spring training
          anti-Jim Crow hotel plan spelled out, 1961/11/24: 5
          purchases Sarasota Terrace Hotel to lick Jim Crow problem during Florida spring training, 1961/11/17: 5
        White Sox tan players hope for big year, 1957/03/22: 5
      Cincinatti Crescents
        Crescents, Frisco Sea Lions to play here (photo), 1948/07/23: 3
        Havana, Cincy in two-game series, 1946/05/17: 3
        meet Mexican Nationals Sunday, 1946/04/19: 3
      Cincinnati Clowns
        Red Sox buy Clowns' star pitcher, Raymond Holmes, 1958/05/02: 5
        in San Antonio (photo), 1944/04/07: 3
      Cincinnati Reds (Redlegs)
        Crowe, George, parks two more home runs, 1957/07/26: 5
        Holmes, Raymond, star pitcher bought from Cincinnati Clowns, 1958/05/02: 5
        Jones, Sam ("Sad Sam")
          Brooks, Lawrence, and "Sad" Sam Jones differ on "no windup" pitch, 1957/03/29: 5
          has double injury that puts him on shelf, 1957/06/14: 5
        Lawrence, Brooks
          big gun in Redlegs' streak, 1957/05/31: 5
          Cincinnati ships Lawrence Brooks to Indianapolis, 1960/05/20: 5
          has hero role in twin bill, 1957/07/19: 6
        leans heavily on Negro players, 1956/03/16: 5
        Pinson, Vada Edward
          not ready for majors, sent to Seattle Rainiers, now burning up Pacific Coast, 1958/09/12: 5
          Redlegs manager high on tan rookie, 19, 1958/04/04: 5
          "tops" with Cincy fans, 1959/06/26: 5
        relies heavily on tan stars, 1958/03/21: 5
        Robinson, Frank
          eyed as MVP of National League, 1961/08/25: 5
          named MVP of National League, 1961/12/01: 5
          paces league-leading Reds, 1961/07/21: 3
          takes salary cut, signs with Redlegs, 1964/02/14: 5
        Simpson, Dick, Redlegs count on help from rookie, 1966/03/25: 5
        Simpson, Wayne, Reds pay big for high school pitcher, 1967/08/04: 6
        Thurman, Bob
          called best pinch hitter in baseball, 1957/06/07: 5
          signed as full-time scout, 1964/02/21: 5
      Cleveland Indians
        Agee, Tommie
          $60,000 bonus baby going great in minors, 1961/09/08: 5
          Grambling star, 'dead ringer' for Willie Mays, signed for $60,000, 1961/06/23: 5
        Doby, Larry
        Gazmuri, Manuel Enrique Hernandez, Cuban escapee, 17, wins Indians contract, 1962/09/14: 5
        Grant, Jim
          Indians trade Jim Grant for pitcher, player, and cash, 1964/07/03: 5
          signs pact with Indians, gets salary boost, 1964/02/21: 5
          weekend pitching OK with GIs and the brass, 1962/07/13: 5
        Harrell, Billy seeks permanent spot with Indians, 1958/06/20: 5
        has first all Negro outfield in major league history, 1954/08/20: 5
        Hoskins, Dave
        Kirkland, Willie, makes impressive debut with Indians, 1961/05/05: 5
        Minoso, Minnie
        Pope, Dave, recalled from the minors, 1956/08/31: 5
        Power, Vic
        send 17 tan players to farm clubs, 1957/02/08: 7
        sign Luke Easter, 1949/08/19: 3
        Smith, Al
          Indian hopes hinge largely on Al Smith, 1956/03/16: 5
          Indian wins over NY sparked by Doby, Al Smith, 1954/07/30: 5
        sweeps series with American Giants, 1945/04/20: 3
        ticket mixup for Indian-Giant game rectified, 1950/03/31: 3
      club owners jubilant over Big League entree; Jackie Robinson, however, not first Negro to play in major leagues, 1945/11/02: 3
      coast fans recall Feller's rout by sepias, 1942/08/28: 3
      Commissioner Chandler scored for reflection on Negro fans in Durocher incident, 1949/05/13: 3
      Cy Young Award
        Newcombe, Don, first National League player to receive new Cy Young Award, 1956/12/14: 5
      Dallas signs first Negro in Texas League, 1952/02/29: 5
      Dean, Dizzy
        Dixie scribe says CORE caused Dizzy to stop lauding 'Sippi teams, 1964/07/17: 5
        says that Satchell Paige is greatest pitcher he has ever seen, 1938/09/23: 3
      Denver Bears
        Aaron, Tommie, abused by Fort Worth bigots during recent game, 1963/05/24: 5
        banqueted as they break training camp at Seguin, 1952/04/11: 5
        with four Negro players, to train at Seguin, 1952/03/14: 5
        in Grapefruit league tilt at Corpus, 1952/03/28: 5
        Roberts, Curt, running wild in AL, 1958/08/01: 5
      Desch, E. A., La Vernia, scouting for big leaguers for Pittsburgh Pirates, 1952/04/04: 5
      Detroit Clowns, Clifton, Nathaniel ("Sweetwater"), returns to diamond play after stint in basketball, 1958/07/18: 3
      Detroit Tigers
        Branch, Jim, 18-year-old high school ace, inked by Tigers, 1956/08/31: 5
        Bruton, Billy, takes salary cut after bad season, 1964/02/14: 5
        dared to meet all-star team in post-season game, 1942/08/14: 3
        inks contracts with first Negroes in club's history, 1955/10/21: 5
        Lary, Frank, pitcher apologizes for incident leading to beating of Ghanian college students at Alabama service station he owns, 1963/10/04: 6
        Parquet, Clyde, Ft. Sam's top hitter, property of Detroit, 1964/08/07: 3
        Tigers goofed in trading Willie Smith, 1964/07/17: 5
        Virgil, Ossie
          call up first tan play, Ossie Virgil, 1958/06/13: 5
          making good for Detroit, 1958/07/04: 5
          stars in Detroit debut, 1958/06/27: 5
          tops with mates, Tiger brass, 1961/06/09: 5
      Diz Dean's tutor, Henry Ford, to be guest at game, 1945/08/03: 3
      Doby, Larry
      East-West Classic
        East routs West, 11-5, 1956/08/17: 5
        Frank Lane and Dr. J. B. Martin discuss forthcoming classic (photo), 1955/07/29: 5
        game set for July 28, 1957/06/07: 5
        game set for July 31, 1955/07/08: 5
        Paige gives East-West game shot in the arm, 1955/07/22: 5
        set for Aug. 12 in Chicago, 1956/08/03: 5
        three in East-West game inked by Cubs, 1955/09/09: 5
        West takes All Star classic, 8-4, 1954/08/27: 5
        West wins All-Star game in overtime, 1959/08/14: 5
      Easter, Luke
      ex-big league stars turn up in armed forces in England, 1944/06/02: 3
      fate catching big league BB pioneers, 1960/08/26: 5
      Florida mayor okays mixed training in Daytona Beach, 1946/03/15: 3
      get salary boosts, 1951/01/26: 7
      GI insurance explained to players by George Holland (photo), 1947/08/08: 3
      Harlem Globetrotters baseball team gets Satch Paige as pitcher and general manager, 1954/05/07: 5
      Harmon, Charles, Cincinnati trades Harmon to Cardinals, 1956/05/25: 5
      history made as Negro breaks in as umpire in organized baseball, 1951/08/03: 5
      Homestead Grays try for first half NNL title this weekend, 1944/06/30: 3
      Hoskins, Dave
      Houston Astros
        local baseball fans go to see Astros-San Francisco Giants game, 1968/06/21: 5
        Shaw, Lendell, Gary Job corpsman inks contract, 1968/12/20: 5
      Houston Colt .45s
        Johnson, Elijah, former Wheatley Lion signs contract with Houston Colts (photo), 1961/07/21: 3
        Pearl Brewer co-sponsors Houston Colts radio/TV airings, 1962/03/30: 5
        play Kansas City Athletics in pre-season exhibition game at Mission Stadium, 1963/03/29: 5
      Howard, Elston
      Hueston may quit as head of National Baseball League, 1931/10/30: 3
      Indianapolis Clowns
        bust NAL double-play record, 1952/05/16: 5
        Charleston, Oscar, death marks BB era, 1954/10/22: 4
        Clowns, Houston play NAL game here Monday, 1949/07/08: 3
        Clowns are "world champs," 1952/10/17: 3
        Clowns red hot in Negro American League, 1949/07/01: 3
        eight Clowns of 1955 now in organized baseball, 1956/04/13: 3
        first NAL team to play white minor loop club, 1950/08/11: 5
        Franks, Mike, pitcher, twirls no-hit game with New York Black Yankees, 1957/05/17: 5
        Greene, Ulysses Grant
          double-duty hurler, inks Clowns contract, 1959/03/13: 5
          "two-way" pitcher tagged sure bet for big leagues, 1958/07/18: 7
        have top baseball talent and comedy, 1959/04/10: 5
        and Kansas City Monarch
          in 2-game series here, 1949/09/23: 3
          clash here Sunday (photo), 1949/04/22: 3
          split two-game series, 1949/09/30: 3
        lauded for efforts to save auto-pinned girl in Canada, 1964/07/10: 5
        to play two games here Sunday, 1947/09/26: 3
        in San Antonio for two games with New York Royals, 1961/05/26: 5
          photo, 1961/05/19: 5
        sign woman second baseman, 1953/02/27: 5
        take drastic steps to halt player 'stealing' by outlaw clubs, 1951/08/03: 5
        take pair from Memphis to take over first in NAL, 1952/06/06: 5
        win two-day four-team NAL round-robin tournament, 1952/08/08: 5
      Indianapolis Crawfords, Jesse Owens in Santone, April 28, 1940/04/19: 3
      Jenkins, Ferguson, experts say tan hurler headed for majors, 1963/08/16: 5
      Jethroe, Sammy
      Jones, Sam
      Kansas City Athletics
        Charles, Ed, mixes poetry, baseball, 1963/07/19: 5
        Jiminez, Manny, Finley's attack on Jiminez for hitting singles said unjust, 1962/08/24: 5
        may improve if Hector Lopez and Vic Power click, 1958/04/18: 7
        Power, Vic, traded to Cleveland Indians, 1958/06/20: 5
        Simpson, Harry ("Suitcase")
          back with the "A"s, Suitcase catches fire, 1958/08/01: 5
          traded from New York Yankees to K. C., 1958/06/20: 5
      Kansas City Monarchs
        and Aztecs
          KC slaughters Aztecs, 1950/04/14: 3
          Monarchs play Aztecs Sunday at Van Daele Stadium, 1950/04/07: 3
        and Cincinnati Clowns
          in 2-game series here, 1949/09/23: 3
          Clowns meet Monarchs here next week (photo), 1944/09/15: 3
          Clowns snatch two from Monarchs, 1945/05/04: 3
          Monarchs, with Satchel Paige, play Clowns here September 19-20, 1944/09/15: 3
          split two-game series, 1949/09/30: 3
          in two-game series Friday and Saturday, 1945/04/27: 3
        and Engle's Stars
          14-inning 4-4 deadlock, 1945/04/06: 3
          in Easter game, 1945/03/23: 3
          play Sunday, 1945/03/30: 3
        and Memphis Red Sox
          Monarchs conk Red Sox 2-1, 1952/04/18: 5
          Red Sox meet Monarchs at Tech Field, 1944/05/05: 3
          tangle with Memphis Red Sox in Mission Stadium, Monday, 1952/04/11: 5
        Monarchs, All-Stars to open full weekend of baseball today, 1948/04/09: 3
        New York Cubans, Monarchs play here Saturday night, 1944/04/28: 3
        New York Yanks buy catcher, outfielder from KC, 1949/08/05: 3
        nose out Chicago, 1946/04/26: 3
        playing in San Antonio
          KC cleans up in 5-game baseball series in San Antonio, 1931/10/23: 3
          SA boy, Jesse Williams, lead-off, shortstop, 1944/04/14: 3
        record crowd expected to see KC-Grays tilt, 1945/06/22: 3
        spring training in San Antonio
          to begin spring training Antonio April 1, 1950/03/24: 3
          San Antonio to be spring training camp, 1948/02/20: 3
          two buses bringing Monarchs to SA for spring training, 1950/03/31: 3
      lily-white Yankees get their lumps, 1952/05/30: 5
      Lloyd, Pop, former baseball great succumbs at 79, 1964/04/10: 5
      Los Angeles Angels
        Jackson, Al, New York Mets, hurls one-hitter to beat LA Angels, 1962/07/06: 5
        Jackson, Elijah, PV senior signs contract, 1965/03/19: 5
        Power, Vic, sent back to Angels by Philadelphia Phillies, 1964/12/18: 5
        Rigney, Bill, California Angels, and Walt Alston, Los Angeles Dodgers, best managers in their respective leagues, 1967/08/18: 5
        Wagner, Leon
          honored in Celebrity Sports night program sponsored by Friars Club and the Men's Club of Cedars-Mount Sinai Hospital, 1964/02/21: 5
          may be first tan American League MVP awardee, 1962/08/03: 5
          near-sighted Leo outfitted with glasses, 1963/05/17: 5
          stars in AL All-Star win, 1962/08/10: 3
      Los Angeles Dodgers
        10 Negroes start in SF Giant-LA Dodgers game, 1961/08/11: 5
        Alston, Walt, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Bill Rigney, Los Angeles Angels, best managers in their respective leagues, 1967/08/18: 5
        bank on youngsters for comeback, 1959/04/03: 5
        Davis, Tommy, may be National League MVP, 1962/08/24: 5
        Gilliam, Junior
          becomes Dodgers' first Negro coach, 1964/10/16: 3
          gets hike in salary after fine 1963 season, 1964/01/24: 5
          heads Hole-in-One Club (photo), 1966/04/01: 7
        Minnesota Twins take World Series opener from Dodgers, 8-2, 1965/10/08: 5
        Neal, Charlie, record play in '59 gets hike in salary for Neal, 1960/01/29: 3
        Robinson, Earl
          tan rookie signed for record $50,000, 1958/03/28: 5
          top athlete, slick bargainer, 1958/04/11: 5
        Roseboro, Johnny, Jr., catcher, sues equipment firm for faulty mask that injures his head and eye, 1962/11/30: 5
        [San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers in baseball pennant race] (Living with Sports, by Charles J. Livingston), 1963/04/19: 5
        Wills, Maury
        win richest series (World Series) in four straight, 1963/10/11: 5
      Louis, Joe, champ "breaks up" ball game, 1938/07/29: 3
      major league baseball roundup for 1956, 1956/08/17: 3
      Major League Roundup, 1958/05/23: 5, 1958/06/06: 5, 1958/06/13: 5, 1958/07/04: 5, 1958/08/15: 5
      major league stars fail to draw crowds on tour, 1955/11/18: 5
      Mays, Willie
      McCovey, Willie
      McDougald, Gil, choice over Minoso as "Rookie of Year" is clouded, 1952/01/11: 5
      McNeal, Clyde ("Sonny Boy"), signed by Negro big league team, 1946/03/01: 3
      Miles, John ("Sonny Boy"), signed by Negro big league team, 1946/03/01: 3
      Milwaukee Braves
        $35,000 Puerto Rican rookie pitcher, Juan Pizarro, called fastest since Feller, 1956/06/01: 5
        Covington, Wes
          batting potential got Covington a try with Braves, 1958/07/18: 3
          Covington and Braves not together on pay, 1959/01/30: 5
          not satisfied with proposed pay hike, 1958/03/21: 5
          paternity charge against Covington dropped, 1961/05/26: 5
        Crowe, George, hits stride with Braves, 1955/07/01: 5
        have 27 tan players in farm system, 1959/02/06: 7
        Mantilla, Felix, holds key to Braves pennant hopes, 1957/09/06: 5
        Pizzaro, Juan, is key man in Braves' hopes, 1959/08/14: 5
        slated to repeat as NL champs, 1959/03/27: 5
        slugfest looms in Milwaukee Braves-Bums SA exhibition, 1957/03/29: 5
        tan players help Braves flag chances, 1956/03/23: 5
      Milwaukee Brewers
        James (Buzz) Clarkson signed, 1950/07/28: 3
        Len Pearson bought by Milwaukee Brewers, 1950/07/28: 3
        team refuses to use clubhouse that bars teammate, 1952/04/11: 4
      Minnesota Twins
        end J. Crow housing at spring training, 1964/03/27: 5
        take World Series opener from Dodgers, 8-2, 1965/10/08: 5
        Tony Oliva outfielder is AL's Rookie of Year, 1964/12/04: 5
      Minoso, Orestes
      National League
      National Maritime Union, NMU asks for Negroes in major leagues, 1942/06/12: 3
      Negro-American League
      Negro high commissioner needed, says scribe, 1944/07/07: 3
      Negro National League
      Negro players (unnamed)
        14 Negroes in thick of NL fight, 1956/09/21: 6
        17 Negro players on six American Ass'n teams, 1954/06/11: 5
        28 Negroes on 16 major league clubs, 1955/05/13: 5
        28 Negroes stick for season with 11 major league clubs, 1954/05/21: 5
        30 Negro players in majors as second half gets under way, 1957/07/26: 5
        32 Negroes, 16 being first stringers, now in big leagues, 1954/04/23: 5
        75 tan players vie for berths in major leagues, 1957/04/12: 5
        baseball bigwigs have say on Negroes in the "big time," 1942/08/07: 3
        best year in baseball predicted for Negroes, 1951/04/20: 5
        big leagues have record number of tan players, 1957/04/19: 5
        big-time baseball still resents Negro players, 1950/06/09: 3
        Chicago Daily sports editor says southerners stop Negroes from breaking into big leagues, 1938/06/17: 4
        Dark, Alvin, manager of San Francisco Giants, declares Negro players improved baseball, 1964/05/29: 5
        fans to see array of tan stars in exhibitions here April 6-8, 1956/03/30: 5
        five tan hitters in big leagues' Big 10, 1957/05/24: 5
        international league has 10 Negro players, 1954/05/07: 5
        at least 41 Negroes seeking places on 13 big league clubs, 1954/03/26: 5
        major baseball leagues get banner crop of tan prospects for next year, 1963/10/25: 5
        Negro aces in thick of battle for major league honors, 1953/09/18: 3
        Negro major leaguers prove their versatility, adaptability, 1956/05/18: 5
        Negro stars in race for MVP award, 1955/09/02: 5
        Negro stars pleased with '54 contracts, 1954/02/05: 2
        Negroes as Big Leaguers [baseball and the potential of Negro talent in the US] (Between the Lines, commentary by Dean Gordon B. Hancock), 1960/10/07: 4
        Negroes have banner year in majors, 1958/10/17: 5
        Negroes in big leagues to ruin white bookers, 1942/08/07: 3
        Negroes in majors to be round table topic, 1945/05/11: 3
        Negroes in 'Rookie of Year' race, 1954/07/30: 5
        no Negro players on more than one big league baseball club, 1952/03/14: 5
        only four big league teams have Negroes, 1949/12/30: 3
        Pacific Coast League loaded with tan stars, 1956/08/10: 7
        scribe says Negroes muffing chance to crash big leagues, 1943/04/23: 3
        season promises to be good one for 50 Negroes in big leagues, 1958/05/02: 5
        six big league clubs have Negro players, 1952/04/18: 7
        six teams in American League have Negroes, 1952/05/02: 5
        some tan players have fast start, but there are also disappointments, 1959/05/08: 5
        star Negro, white big league teams in post-season diamond series, 1946/07/19: 3
        tan aces star in majors' initial days, 1956/04/27: 7
        tan baseballers to earn half million in '55, 1955/01/07: 5
        tan players' 1960 records reviewed, 1960/10/21: 5
        Tan Players Rated Tops with Baseball Fans: Willie Mays, Ernie Banks Lead NL (commentary by Bill Brower), 1963/05/10: 4
        tan players star in both 1962 league openers, 1962/04/20: 5
        tan stars finish 1-2-3 in National League slugging, 1958/10/24: 7
        tan stars in key spots in National League race, 1961/04/14: 3
        tan stars set torrid pace in majors, 1960/05/13: 5
        tan stars shine in majors, 1957/06/07: 5
        three Grambling College Diamond baseball stars interest major league baseball scouts, 1963/05/17: 5
        three Negroes on 1962 Topps 'Rookie' team, 1962/10/12: 5
        three North Carolina Aggies signed by big league clubs, 1955/07/01: 5
        what happened to campaign for Negroes in big leagues?, 1939/06/16: 3
      Negro Press called on to "save Negro baseball," 1949/06/24: 3
      New York about to bid "goodbye" to Negro baseball says Al White, 1949/02/04: 4
      New York Cubans
        Cubans, Kansas City Monarchs play here Saturday night, 1944/04/28: 3
        sweep series with Monarchs, 1944/05/05: 3
      New York Giants
        See also Baseball (Major Leagues), San Francisco Giants
        Gomez, Ruben, comes back after 1956 humiliation, 1957/05/24: 3
        have 34 Negroes in farm system, 1957/02/01: 5
        move to San Francisco, 1958/05/16: 5
        Robinson, Jackie, his quitting hits NY Giants in pocketbook, 1957/02/01: 5
        seek shot in arm, sign Negro stars, 1949/07/15: 3
        sign three Negroes for farm clubs, 1954/09/03: 5
        Thompson, Hank
          See Thompson, Hank
      New York Mets
        16,000 school kids to see Mets play, 1970/04/24: 7
        Al Jackson hurls one-hitter to beat LA Angels, 1962/07/06: 5
      New York News accused of race baiting, 1946/04/05: 3
      New York Yankees
        Berra, Yogi
          benched; Elston Howard stars, 1957/05/31: 5
          Larry Doby second to Yogi in MVP race, 1954/12/17: 4
          who will it be? Yogi or Elston for MVP award, 1958/08/08: 5
        Bridges, Marshall
          gunshot wound said not to threaten his career, 1963/02/22: 5
          scores as Yank ace relief hurler, 1962/08/10: 5
        buy two Monarch players, 1950/07/28: 3
        Downing, Al, gets "deserved" salary raise, Yogi says, 1964/02/07: 5
        finally sign Negro player, Luis Marquez, 1949/02/11: 3
        Howard, Elston
        it's Giants vs. Yanks in playoff series for National League pennant, 1962/10/05: 5
        Maris, Roger presented with Fraternal Order of Eagles-Frederick C. Miller Trophy as Athlete of the Year (photo), 1962/02/02: 5
        no Negroes on Yanks--no Negroes in stadium, 1952/05/16: 5
        Power, Vic
          color-shy Yankees again bypass Vic Power, 1953/08/14: 5
          get rid of Vic Power to preserve lily-white policy, 1954/01/01: 5
          Yankees sign two Negroes, Vic Power and Elston Howard, 1953/10/23: 3
        Shamberger, Cecil "Flash," teenage outfielder signed for $10,000 bonus, 1962/09/14: 5
        Simpson, Harry ("Suitcase")
          becomes first Yankee casualty, 1958/04/18: 5
          traded from New York Yankees to K. C. Athletics, 1958/06/20: 5
          Whatever their reason, scribe elated over Yanks' taking another tan player, Harry Simpson, 1957/07/05: 5
        White, Roy, Yank star joins CBS Radio Spot sales as account executive (photo), 1969/11/21: 5
        Wiley diamond ace, Duriel Harris, gets chance in Yankee system, 1955/04/01: 5
        Yanks snatch opener, 1955/09/30: 5
      Newport News, VA, signs two Negro players, 1953/04/24: 7
      Office of Defense Transportation turns down Negro baseball's plea for buses [to transport teams during baseball season], 1943/04/09: 3
      Paige, Satchel
      Peete, Charlie, Omaha Cardinals and American Ass'n stick champ, dies in plane crash, 1956/12/07: 3
      Philadelphia Phillies
        Allen, Richie, is NL's Rookie of Year, 1964/12/04: 5
        Brooklyn Dodgers trade Chico Fernandez to Philadelphia Phillies, 1957/04/19: 5
        join other majors with Negroes, 1958/03/21: 5
        Power, Vic, sent back to LA Angels, 1964/12/18: 5
        ship John Kennedy to minors, 1957/05/17: 5
        St. Louis Cardinals trade Charlie Harmon to Phils, 1957/05/24: 5
      Pittsburgh Pirates
        Baker, Gene
          becomes second tan big league baseball coach, 1963/02/15: 3
          named manager of farm team, 1961/06/30: 5
        Bruce, Preston, Jr., recommended by Ike as "a pretty darn good pitcher," 1958/05/02: 5
        Clemente, Roberto
          Clemente's arm chilled Yanks in World Series, 1960/10/21: 3
          inks pact for $50,000, gets sports award by the Dapper Dan Club, 1962/02/23: 5
          wields big stick for Pittsburg, 1956/06/22: 5
        four named for Pirate tryouts at end of season, 1942/08/28: 3
        Negro baseball players to get tryouts with Pittsburgh Pirates, 1942/07/31: 3
        Negro players may spark Pitt Pirates, 1957/03/08: 5
        Olivo, Diomedes, tan pitcher may be "sleeper" in Pirate-Card deal, 1962/11/30: 5
        tan stars can help Pirates to NL pennant, 1959/02/20: 5
        two Negroes may stick with Pirates, 1958/04/11: 5
        Woods, Ronald, high schooler gets big bonus, 1961/06/30: 3
      Posey, Cumberland Willis, taken by death, 1946/04/05: 3
      Power, Vic
      power hitters rattling fences in homer outbreak, 1958/08/01: 5
      racial discrimination/segregation
        Baltimore hotels refuse Governor's request to admit Negro ball players, 1954/04/16: 5
        Birmingham, AL
          Birmingham has its first mixed baseball game, 1954/04/09: 5
          drops ban on interracial baseball, football, 1954/02/05: 5
          officials backtrack on interracial sports; city to vote, 1954/04/02: 5
        Boston Little League quits national body because of discrimination, 1956/03/30: 6
        coast may be first to drop baseball color bar, 1942/08/07: 3
        congressional probe of Jim Crow requested, 1945/05/04: 3
        Cotton States League does nothing about 'Negro question,' 1953/06/26: 5
        diamond stars tell on TV of bias brushes, 1957/09/13: 7
        Dixie bias causing BB to lose talent, 1955/02/04: 5
        FBI probes as Negro players ordered out of Florida town, 1954/03/26: 3
        Florida governor gives partial support to integrated baseball training camps, 1961/02/24: 5
        former Texas Leaguer blasts training bias, 1961/02/24: 5
        Jim Crow in baseball lands in Commissioner Happy Chandler's lap, 1945/04/13: 3
        La Guardia committee urges abolition of Jim Crow in baseball, 1945/11/30: 3
        Landis, baseball bigwigs "brush off" committee seeking hearings on Negroes in big leagues, 1942/12/11: 4
        Landis denies ban on race in baseball--up to managers, owners, 1942/07/24: 3
        Mississippi coaches desert team that plays Negro; he beat 'em, 1961/09/08: 5
        Montreal Royals tell Dixie cities to go fish if they don't want to play against Negroes, 1946/04/26: 3
        MVP (Most Valuable Player) rules colored by bigotry, ignorance, says scribe, 1964/11/13: 5
        Negro ban may kill Boston Sunday games, 1945/03/23: 5
        Negro major leaguers protest Jim Crow training conditions, 1961/02/03: 5
        Philadelphia to move N. C. franchise rather than bow to race bias, 1956/09/14: 5
        pickets at Yankee Stadium demand Negro players, 1952/05/02: 5
        Progress is Being Made [in racial discrimination by Chicago Cubs purchase of hotel] (editorial), 1961/11/24: 4
        spring training J. Crow again under fire, 1961/08/11: 5
        St. Louis ball park drops Jim Crow, 1944/05/12: 3
        St. Louis Cardinals lease motel in St. Petersburg, Florida to whip spring training Jim Crow, 1961/11/24: 5
        Trautman, George M., rules Cotton States League cannot bar Negroes, 1953/04/24: 5
      Rickey, Branch
      Robinson, Frank
      Robinson, Jackie
      Ruth, Babe, socks one for "Razzer" at Chicago, 1932/10/07: 3
      San Francisco Giants
        10 Negroes start in Giant-LA Dodgers game, 1961/08/11: 5
        Cepeda, Orlando
          See Cepeda, Orlando
        Dark, Alvin, manager, declares Negro players improved baseball, 1964/05/29: 5
        have largest Negro contingent, 1958/07/25: 5
        it's Giants vs. Yanks in playoff series for National League pennant, 1962/10/05: 5
        McCovey, Willie
        paced by Mays, Giants could be NL's dark horse, 1959/03/06: 5
        Pizarro, Alou, Kirkland may be traded, 1959/11/27: 7
        [San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers in baseball pennant race] (Living with Sports, by Charles J. Livingston), 1963/04/19: 5
      scribe decries umpire-baiting in Negro big leagues (by F. M. Davis), 1938/07/29: 3
      scribe remembers big league 'unsung heroes,' 1954/09/10: 7
      Simpson, Harry ("Suitcase")
      Smith, Al, given bonus to play third, 1957/05/31: 5
      spring training camp notes, 1955/04/01: 5, 1956/04/06: 5
      St. Louis Browns
        20 Negroes in tryouts at Brownie camp, 1949/07/22: 3
        SA Missions, Browns hold tryout camp, 1949/07/01: 3, 1949/07/15: 3
      St. Louis Cardinals
        Brock, Lou
        Brooks, Alonso, second Negro to join Cardinals (photo), 1953/07/03: 5
        Busch, August A., Jr., owner, speaks piece against bias, 1953/10/16: 5
        buy Tom Alston for $100,000, and four players, 1954/02/05: 7
        Cards have 23 Negroes in "system," 1957/02/15: 7
        Cards loaded with tan talent, eye '59 season, 1959/04/10: 5
        Cards one big happy family in training (photo), 1962/03/30: 5
        Clack, Phillip, Jr., San Antonio athlete reports to training center, 1964/06/19: 5
        Flood, Curtis Charles, described as a "miniature Willie Mays" (photo), 1958/07/18: 3
        Gibson, Bob
        Haltom, Thomas Edwin, Cards ink high school star (photo), 1958/01/10: 5
        hire Negro scout, 1953/05/01: 3
        Houston, Allen, inks contract with Cardinals, 1964/06/26: 5
        Jones, Mike, 15-year-old pitching whiz gets contract, with permission of baseball commissioner, 1960/09/16: 5
        Jones, "Sad Sam"
        Lawrence, Brooks
          new ace of Cardinals mound staff, 1954/08/13: 5
          wins first big league start, 1954/07/02: 5
        lease motel in St. Petersburg, Florida to whip spring training Jim Cow, 1961/11/24: 5
        McCray, Moses, FAMU pitcher signs with Cardinals, 1965/07/16: 5
        sign third Negro for system, 1953/07/17: 7
        signs first Negro, Leonard Tucker, 1953/06/05: 5
        spring hopefuls attend training camp (photo), 1958/03/28: 5
        tan players number 11 on St. Louis Cardinals' roster, 1959/03/27: 5
        trade Charlie Harmon to Phils, 1957/05/24: 5
        White, Bill, ties 49-year-old record (photo), 1961/07/28: 5
      Tasby, Willie, ex-Padre bids for AL "Rookie of Year" title, 1959/06/12: 5
      trades reviewed as season's midway point nears, 1959/06/26: 5
      Trice, Bob, wins first victory in majors, 1953/09/25: 5
      Tugerson, James C.
      uniform numbers of 18 players in major leagues listed, 1953/04/24: 5
      United States League, new league, formed by Branch Rickey, has six teams, 1945/06/22: 2
      voting under way for All-Star players, 1954/06/18: 6
      Washington Senators
        Battey, Earl
          credited with perking up Sens, 1960/07/08: 5
          Senator's No. 1 catcher, 1960/04/29: 5
        Black, Joe, again in the news, having signed with the Senators, 1957/08/23: 7
        Casanova, Paul, "Good Guy" honored (photo), 1967/11/10: 5
        Chisox, Senators grab Grambling baseball stars, 1963/06/21: 5
        Daniels, Bennie
          appears headed for banner season, 1964/06/12: 5
          Negro hurler gets first ball thrown out by President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1964/05/01: 6
        have three tan players on team roster, 1958/02/14: 3
        Hinton, Chuck, in wrangle over pay hike, holding out for $8,000 raise, 1963/01/04: 5
        president denies ban on Negro players, 1957/02/08: 5
        Robinson, Frank, heads for rookie of year honors, 1956/09/14: 3
        says they want top flight Negro player, 1957/05/03: 5
      What They're Doing in Majors (column), 1955/09/09: 5
      White, Bill, Cardinal player is one of 1959's sensations (photo), 1959/07/03: 3
      white hurler tries out for Negro team, 1946/04/05: 3
      White Sox
        Advice to White Sox--Don't Trade [Juan] Pizarro (Spotlight on Sports, by Charles J. Livingston), 1965/05/28: 5
        finally convinced some Negroes worth scouting, 1949/07/08: 7
        recall two Negro players, 1953/08/07: 5
      Williams, Ted
        to bat, shoot for San Antonio fans, 1961/06/30: 5
        "Splendid Splinter" (Spotlight on Sports, column, by Charles J. Livingston), 1966/08/12: 5
      Wilson, Artie, short stop shines in coast all-star game, 1950/07/28: 3
      World Series (1952-1955)
        Joe Black wins World Series opener for Bums, 1952/10/03: 5
        play of tan baseballers reviewed, 1954/09/03: 5
        record number of tan players in record-breaking series, 1954/10/08: 4
        World Series film to be shown in San Antonio, 1955/04/22: 5
      World Series (1956-1959)
        17 Negroes in 10 World Series earn $273, 262.35, 1957/10/25: 3
        Dodgers and Giants fans happy over Yanks' defeat, 1957/11/01: 5
        Milwaukee Braves
          take first game over New York Yankees, 1958/10/03: 1
          victory highlights era of achievement for tan players, 1957/10/18: 4
        New York Yankees
          take first game, 1957/10/04: 5
          take Series, 1956/10/12: 3
          tie series three-up, 1958/10/10: 1
        Series goes all the way to a seven game affair, 1957/10/11: 5
        seven tan performers in 1958 World Series, 1958/10/03: 6
      World Series (1961-1965)
        Los Angeles Dodgers win richest series in four straight, 1963/10/11: 5
        Minnesota Twins take opener from Dodgers, 8-2, 1965/10/08: 5
        Negroes collect $52,643.78 for World Series play, 1961/11/03: 5
        scribe says most democratic world series sets example for nation, 1963/10/18: 5
        Series back in Frisco with San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees, 1962/10/12: 5
      World Series (1966-1970)
        Boston Red Sox tie it up, 1967/10/13: 5
        Clendenon, Don
          most valuable player of 1969 World Series, awarded 1970 Dodge (photo), 1969/11/28: 5
          named Young Man of the Year in Professions by Y Men's Club International (photo), 1969/11/28: 5
        New York Mets lead 3-1 over Baltimore Orioles, 1969/10/17: 5
        St. Louis Cardinals take opener from Boston Red Sox, 2-1, 1967/10/06: 5
        tied 3 to 3, Detroit Tigers roar back with victory over St. Louis Cardinals, 1968/10/11: 5
    Basie, "Count"
      to be in San Antonio Wednesday, 1938/04/15: 7
      and Billy Eckstine at downtown auditorium February 18 (photo), 1952/02/08: 7
      "discovered" by Benny Goodman, 1955/11/18: 7
      Dizzy Gillespie and Count Basie presented in New Orleans Jazz Festival on KLRN TV, San Antonio, 1969/06/06: 7
      here tonight (photo), 1947/01/10: 7
      "Jump King of Swing" coming to SA Nov. 18, 1955/11/11: 2
      mother is buried in New Jersey, 1941/11/14: 6
      nearly one thousand swing to music, 1938/04/29: 6
      popular entertainers here with Count Basie (photos), 1955/11/18: 7
      Soviets reject Ellington and Basie's part in the Soviet-American Cultural Exchange Program, 1963/03/08: 5
      Sugar Ray Robinson and Billy Ward's Dominoes, appear in "Rhapsodies of 1954" here Monday, 1953/11/20: 2
      supports March of Dimes (photo), 1960/01/22: 7
      "the Count of Swing" to play dance in SA, 1939/11/03: 6
    Basilio, Carmen
      Basilio-Robinson bouts
        closed circuit TV for middleweight championship fight with Sugar Ray Robinson, 1957/07/26: 5
        Sugar loses title to Basilio on split decision, 1957/09/27: 5
        Sugar Ray and Carmen Basilio ink title fight contract, 1957/08/09: 5
        Sugar Ray does it again -- regains crown; game Carmen Basilio battered as Sugar wins title for fifth time, 1958/03/28: 5
      fight fans cool to Basilio's "I wuz robbed" sour grapes, 1956/03/23: 5
      says Sugar will sign for middleweight title encore, 1958/01/10: 5
    Basketball
      See also Basketball (College Teams and Players)
      See also Basketball (Professional Teams and Players)
      See also name of specific school or college
      304th
        See Kelly Army Air Field, basketball team (304th)
      1948 banner year for Negroes in sports, 1948/12/31: 3
      3728th Trainees
        See Lackland Air Force Base, basketball team (3728th Trainees)
      4907th Base Unit
        See Kelly Army Air Field, basketball team (4907th Base Unit)
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1937, 1937/12/10: 3, 1937/12/17: 3, 1937/12/24: 3, 1937/12/31: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1938, 1938/01/07: 3, 1938/01/14: 3, 1938/01/21: 3, 1938/01/28: 3, 1938/12/09: 3, 1938/12/16: 3, 1938/12/30: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1939, 1939/01/06: 3, 1939/01/13: 3, 1939/01/20: 3, 1939/01/27: 3, 1939/12/08: 3, 1939/12/15: 3, 1939/12/29: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1940, 1940/01/05: 3, 1940/01/12: 3, 1940/01/19: 3, 1940/01/26: 3, 1940/02/02: 3, 1940/02/09: 3, 1940/02/16: 3, 1940/12/13: 3, 1940/12/20: 3, 1940/12/27: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1941, 1941/01/03: 3, 1941/01/10: 3, 1941/01/17: 3, 1941/01/24: 3, 1941/01/31: 3, 1941/02/07: 3, 1941/02/14: 3, 1941/02/21: 3, 1941/02/28: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1942, 1942/01/02: 3, 1942/01/09: 3, 1942/01/16: 3, 1942/01/23: 3, 1942/01/30: 3, 1942/02/13: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1943, 1943/01/08: 3, 1943/01/15: 3, 1943/02/05: 3, 1943/02/26: 3, 1943/03/12: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1944, 1944/01/07: 3, 1944/01/14: 3, 1944/01/21: 3, 1944/01/28: 3, 1944/02/04: 3, 1944/02/11: 3, 1944/02/18: 3, 1944/02/25: 3, 1944/03/03: 3, 1944/12/29: 3, 1945/01/05: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1945, 1945/01/12: 3, 1945/01/19: 3, 1945/01/26: 3, 1945/02/02: 3, 1945/02/09: 3, 1945/02/16: 3, 1945/02/23: 3, 1945/03/02: 3, 1945/03/09: 3, 1945/03/16: 3, 1945/03/23: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1946, 1946/01/11: 3, 1946/01/18: 3, 1946/01/25: 3, 1946/02/01: 3, 1946/02/08: 3, 1946/02/15: 3, 1946/02/22: 3, 1946/03/01: 3, 1946/03/08: 3, 1946/03/15: 3, 1946/03/22: 3, 1946/03/29: 3, 1946/12/27: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1947, 1947/01/03: 3, 1947/01/10: 3, 1947/01/17: 3, 1947/01/24: 3, 1947/01/31: 3, 1947/02/07: 3, 1947/02/14: 3, 1947/02/21: 3, 1947/02/28: 3, 1947/03/07: 3, 1947/03/14: 3, 1947/03/21: 3, 1947/12/26: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1948, 1948/01/09: 3, 1948/01/16: 3, 1948/01/23: 3, 1948/01/30: 3, 1948/02/06: 3, 1948/02/13: 3, 1948/02/20: 3, 1948/02/27: 3, 1948/03/05: 3, 1948/12/31: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1949, 1949/01/07: 3, 1949/01/14: 3, 1949/01/21: 3, 1949/01/28: 3, 1949/02/04: 3, 1949/02/11: 3, 1949/02/18: 3, 1949/02/25: 3, 1949/03/04: 3, 1949/03/11: 3
      AAA schedule/results/standing in 1950, 1950/01/20: 3, 1950/01/27: 3, 1950/02/03: 3, 1950/02/10: 3, 1950/02/17: 3, 1950/02/24: 3, 1950/03/03: 3
      Acorns break into win column, beat Nixon, 1939/03/10: 3
      Africa, basketball said on upswing, 1967/08/04: 5
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues
        See also Alamo Athletic Association
        AAA All-Stars
          Central nips All Stars in overtime battle, 69-66, 1950/03/10: 3
          to play Central Comets Wednesday, 1950/03/03: 3
        all-city (all-star) cagers named by Register, 1939/03/03: 3, 1939/03/10: 3, 1941/03/07: 3, 1944/02/11: 3, 1945/03/30: 3, 1946/03/29: 3, 1947/04/18: 3, 1948/03/19: 3, 1949/03/18: 3, 1950/03/10: 3
        All-Star GI-Civilian Game (1948)
          all-star GIs, all-star civvies in "Super" AAA game March 12, 1948/02/27: 3
          sneak steals GIs' clothes while they play basketball, 1949/03/18: 2
          "super" all-star game: civvies down GIs in "dream game" thriller, 1948/03/19: 3
        All-Star GI-Civilian Game (1949)
          annual All-Star GI-civvy game Monday, 1949/03/11: 3
          GIs nip civvies in last seconds of all-star battle, 1949/03/18: 3
          set for March 14, 1949/03/04: 3
        annual election held, 1945/01/26: 3
        awards
          AAA makes surprise awards at "Honors Night" ceremonies (photos), 1940/04/05: 3
          AAA plans to present cage awards, 1944/04/14: 3
          AAA to present court awards, Sunday, June 6, 1943/05/21: 3
          "award game" is set for Monday, Jan. 29, 1951/01/12: 5
          awarding of cage trophies to precede baseball opener, 1948/05/28: 3
          awards for basketball champs planned for April, 1939/03/03: 3
          basketball and special awards presented as softball play opens, 1948/06/04: 3
          basketball awards to be presented, 1941/05/09: 3
          cage awards presented, 1944/05/26: 3
          cage awards to be presented at softball season opener, 1945/06/01: 3
          Central, Bombers meet in AAA Award game Monday, 1951/01/26: 5
          Central Comets edge Kelly in AAA 'Award Night" fracas, 1951/02/09: 5
          Central Comets prep for "AAA Award" tilt, 1951/01/19: 5
          Comet, Kelly Award game reset for Feb. 5, 1951/02/02: 5
          court awards to be presented next Saturday, 1944/05/12: 3
          game, softball awards, "Miss AAA" crowning, dance, on program, 1941/12/05: 3
          Johnson, Luther, to again get AAA scoring award, 1941/02/28: 3
          "Miss AAA" to be picked; awards presented, 1948/01/09: 3
          opens season with three games, presentation of 1936-37 awards, and dance feature gala opening night, 1937/12/03: 3
          presents awards (photo), 1941/05/23: 3
        basketball drawings set for Monday night, 1940/11/22: 3
        benefit games
          benefit game for West Side Center Dec. 17, 1948/12/10: 3
          charity game to usher in AAA season, 1948/12/03: 3
          Lion-Comet duel features pre-league twin bill, 1948/12/24: 3
          pre-league benefit double-header tomorrow, 1948/12/17: 3
          pre-league charity tilt planned, 1948/11/26: 3
        cage clinic set for Sunday, 1948/01/02: 3
        cage rules to be explained Monday night, 1946/12/20: 3
        "Chamber of Commerce Night" to feature possible title game, 1941/02/14: 3
        clinics, AAA cage clinic set for Sunday, 1949/01/07: 3
        Collins, Vincent
          barred from AAA activities for life, 1945/12/28: 3
          reinstated in AAA on probation, 1948/01/16: 3
        Commissioner Hein saves day for basketball league, 1939/12/08: 3
        "Defense Bond Week"
          six games to be played during "Defense Bond Week," 1942/01/02: 3
        directors and officers
          board of directors dine, officers installed (photo), 1945/03/02: 3
          cage heads meet tonite--Commissioner Steffler repairs center as season nears, 1941/11/21: 3
        "do-or-die" battles in crucial games tonight, Monday, 1950/01/27: 3
        groceries will admit fans to AAA's "Charity" game, next Thursday, 1940/12/13: 3
        junior and intermediate leagues (1941)
          junior school cage league starts, 1941/01/24: 3
        junior and intermediate leagues (1948)
          AAA junior cage league to open Dec. 15, 1948/12/10: 3
          Douglass "A," Sojourner Truth juniors win, 1948/02/20: 3
          Douglass cagers win another championship, 1949/02/18: 3
          Douglass junior cagers continue victory march, 1948/03/05: 3
          Douglass wins again in junior league, 1948/01/30: 3
          junior cage loop to resume play Jan. 5, 1948/12/31: 3
          junior cage loop under way, 1948/01/23: 3
          junior hoopsters in trio of games, 1948/02/06: 3
          junior league cagers awarded, 1948/04/16: 3
          records tumble in junior loop, 1948/02/13: 3
          titles decided in AAA junior cage loops, 1948/03/12: 3
        junior and intermediate leagues (1949)
          AAA intermediate loop names all-league teams, 1949/03/25: 3
          junior, intermediate cagers awarded, 1949/04/08: 3
          Junior AAA All-League five named, 1949/03/11: 3
        junior and intermediate leagues (1950-1951)
          Douglass Cubs, YMCA tops in their leagues, 1950/02/17: 3
          Dunbar snaps Douglass' 18-game victory streak in junior AAA, 1950/02/24: 3
          has two triple bills for next week, 1951/02/02: 5
          junior loop gets under way, 1951/01/26: 5
          play to open Jan. 25, 1950/01/20: 3
        Kuykendall, Erick "The Reach"
        league staff streamlined, 1945/01/12: 3
        managers
          AAA cage managers meet tonight, 1946/11/29: 3, 1947/11/28: 3
          AAA court managers meet Monday, 1945/11/30: 3
          AAA court managers to meet; league to go on despite manpower losses to Army, 1942/11/06: 3
          AAA expects greatest cage season--managers to meet next week, 1941/11/07: 3
          attention basketball managers!, 1944/11/17: 3
          basketball managers meetings, 1940/11/01: 3, 1940/11/15: 3
          cage managers have first meeting, 1947/12/05: 3
          managers' meeting set for Monday night, 1944/11/24: 3
          managers must get player contracts, 1944/12/22: 3
          to meet again Monday, Dec. 15, 1947/12/12: 3
          meeting scheduled for Nov. 29, 1946/11/22: 3
        McPherson, I. R. ("Tree Top"), Miles again has best average but McPherson is high scorer, 1947/04/18: 3
        Miles, John ("Sonny Boy")
        Miss AAA
        Moore, Leonard "Hot Wells II"
          Kuykendall and Moore make AAA "30 Club," 1949/03/25: 3
        most of city league honors to St. Philip's five, 1938/01/28: 3
        nine teams to play in AAA league, 1946/12/20: 3
        no 'outside' games here for AAAers, 1942/01/16: 2
        opening of season
          AAA '38 debut, set for tonight, postponed by grid game, 1938/12/09: 3
          AAA cage drawings set for Monday, Dec. 26, 1949/12/23: 3
          AAA hoopsters to play 3 games on Mondays as well as Fridays, 1946/01/04: 3
          AAA officially pops lid on cage season, 1948/12/31: 3
          basketball loop to open Jan. 3, 1946/12/06: 3
          basketball play opens Dec. 4, 1939/11/03: 3
          basketball play to start Dec. 16--managers to meet again Nov. 27, 1942/11/20: 3
          basketball season to get underway Dec. 10, 1941/11/28: 3
          cage deadline Saturday; drawings to be held Monday, 1946/12/13: 3
          cage opening postponed as floor at Central Playground not completed, 1948/01/02: 3
          cage play opens next Friday, Jan. 2, 1947/12/26: 3
          cage play to get under way Jan. 3, 1946/12/27: 3
          charity game to usher in AAA season, 1948/12/03: 3
          Comets, Warhawks battle [at opener], 1948/12/31: 3
          court deadline Saturday; drawings on Dec. 17, 1945/12/14: 3
          court play to open Jan. 4, 1945/12/07: 3
          Lackland, Bombers, Central, cop AAA openers, 1948/01/16: 3
          Lackland edges Comets, Betty Guilmenot named "Miss AAA" as cage season opens, 1949/01/07: 3
          lid pops on season, 1946/01/04: 3, 1950/01/06: 3
          To Open Basketball Season "For San Antonio" (editorial), 1937/12/03: 4
          opening game held, "Miss AAA" to be crowned, softball awards to be given, 1947/01/03: 3, 1948/12/31: 3
          opening of AAA court league set for Jan 2, 1944/12/01: 3
          PDC Lightnings, 'Y' meet in AAA opener, 1945/12/28: 3
          public eye again on AAA as time for basketball opening nears, 1938/11/25: 3
          rain delays big opening, now set for Dec. 15, 1941/12/12: 3
          record number of AAA teams; play starts Jan. 4, 1945/12/21: 3
          regular play gets under way tonight, 1942/12/18: 3
          season opens Monday; dynamite-laden games, "Miss AAA," bigwigs to draw great crowd, 1940/11/29: 3
          seven teams at first AAA cage meeting, 1949/12/16: 3
          traditional AAA opening Jan. 3, league on Jan. 7, 1948/12/24: 3
          triple-header starts regular AAA play tonight, 1949/01/07: 3
          twin bill, presentation to open 1949 season Jan. 9, 1949/12/30: 3
        pen stroke decides 7 cage games, 1946/02/08: 3
        plans for season
          AAA expects greatest cage season, 1941/11/07: 3
          AAA plans for cage season, 1944/11/10: 3
          announces plans for basketball season, 1938/10/28: 3
          plans for basketball season announced, 1938/11/11: 3
        Player of the Week
          Dismuke, Chuck, is "player of the week," 1943/02/26: 3
          Priestley, "Weasel," is "player of the week" winner, 1943/03/19: 3
        playoffs (1938)
          Catholics knock off favored teams in City League play-off, 1938/01/28: 3
        playoffs (1940), 1940/02/09: 3, 1940/02/16: 3, 1940/02/23: 3
          city title play gets under way Monday, 1940/02/09: 3
          Lightnings stage great second half rally to tie title cage series, 1945/03/23: 3
          soldiers add playoff crown to regular AAA title in Tuesday night game, 1945/03/23: 3
          to start Feb. 12, 1940/02/02: 3
        playoffs (1941)
          expect thrilling battle Mon. in second game of final round, 1941/02/21: 3
          last year's AAA 'babies' stay in thick of battle for crown, 1941/01/24: 3
          Shaw's Clippers, Rotary, A.W., St. Peter in death grips for crown, 1941/02/07: 3
          Woodmen, Shaw Clippers play for AAA leadership, 1941/01/03: 3
          Woodmen or St. Peter to be shoved out of cage title picture Monday, 1941/01/24: 3
        playoffs (1943)
          AAA cage leadership at stake tonight; Woodmen, Register both undefeated, clash in "game of year," 1943/02/05: 3
          American Woodmen win AAA title without loss; Wheatley wins playoff game, with Whirlwinds, for fourth place, 1943/02/26: 3
          American Woodmen win first game of title series from 304th, 1943/03/12: 3
          cage playoff starts Monday; Register-304, Woodmen-Wheatley High play in first round games, 1943/02/26: 3
          Register whips 304th to cop second spot in final AAA standings, 1943/02/26: 3
          304th gets back into AAA title battle with 32-22 win over Duncan Civies, 1943/02/05: 3
          Woodmen, 304th move into finals in thrillers, 1943/03/12: 3
          Woodmen win city cage title; A.W.'s best 304th, 35-34, for second straight win, and crown, 1943/03/12: 3
        playoffs (1944)
          championship round is expected to produce more sensations, 1944/02/11: 3
          Kelly Field 304th, Woodmen, 28th, 78th to battle for cage title, 1944/02/04: 3
        playoffs (1945)
          finalists in court playoff series will be decided tonight, 1945/03/09: 3
          Kelly whips Wheatley, 1945/03/02: 3
          Lightnings, Woodmen win to go into AAA playoff finals, 1945/03/16: 3
          SAACC-Wheatley, Woodmen-Kelly meet in first round series, 1945/03/02: 3
          SAACC wins tenth for perfect league season, 1945/03/02: 3
          Wheatley scares SAACC, Woodmen blast Kelly in openers, 1945/03/09: 3
          Woodmen whip SAACC Lightnings in first title game, 1945/03/16: 3
        playoffs (1946)
          Boys Club knocks Lions from playoff spot, 1946/03/15: 3
          city basketball title may be decided tonight, 1946/03/22: 3
          PDC, 'Y' draw first blood in playoff, 1946/03/15: 3
          PDC nips "Y" in last 35 seconds for AAA title, 1946/03/15: 3
          Register beats PDC to make playoff finals, 1946/03/22: 3
          Register comes from behind to cop cage crown, 1946/03/29: 3
          Register evens series with PDC--"Y" in finals, 1946/03/22: 3
        playoffs (1947)
          Lions roar to playoff finals; Register evens series with 'Y,' 1947/03/07: 3
          Lions try for two straight, over Register, and court title, tonite, 1947/03/14: 3
          'pre-playoff' starts Monday as league ends in tangle, 1947/02/14: 3
          Register, Wheatley, play for AAA title, 1947/02/21: 3
          Register, "Y" battle tonight to determine playoff finalist, 1947/03/07: 3
          Register nips PW to even series, 1947/03/21: 3
          Register runs wild in second half to win playoff crown, 1947/03/21: 3
          Register tries YMCA; Boys Club, Wheatley mix as first round action opens, 1947/02/28: 3
          Register whams 'Y' to make finals, 1947/03/14: 3
          Register whips Wheatley, 52-34, for AAA crown, 1947/02/28: 3
          regular playoff will get under way next Friday night, 1947/02/21: 3
          rip-snorting "place" battles in AAA tonight, 1947/01/31: 3
          St. Phillip's dumps "Y," Vets upset Bombers in AAA final, 1947/02/21: 3
          Wheatley edges Register in first game of playoff finals, 1947/03/14: 3
          "Y," Wheatley cop playoff openers, 1947/03/07: 3
        playoffs (1948)
          cage playoff will get under way tonight, 1948/02/20: 3
          Lackland after two straight and playoff title tonight, 1948/02/27: 3
          Lackland beats Randolph to take city playoff, 1948/03/05: 3
          Lackland subdues Randolph in championship playoff, 1948/02/27: 3
          Randolph Ramblers grab cage league title, 1948/02/20: 3
          Register, Bombers bow out of playoff series, 1948/02/27: 3
          when we say cage playoff picture is confused, we mean CONFUSED, 1948/02/13: 3
        playoffs (1949)
          AAA in usual zany snarl as playoff nears, 1949/02/11: 3
          AAA lead goes to Comets as "Y" puts whammy on 'Hawks, 1949/02/04: 3
          AAA title may ride on Comet-Lackland game, Monday, 1949/01/28: 3
          Central whips "Y" to capture AAA crown, 1949/02/18: 3
          Comets bow to Lackland, 1949/03/04: 3
          Comets can cop AAA title by beating "Y" tonight, 1949/02/11: 3
          Comets even AAA playoff, 1949/03/11: 3
          Lackland after two in row over Central, 1949/03/04: 3
          Lackland edges Comets for playoff title, 1949/03/11: 3
          Lions maul "Y" to make playoff, 1949/02/18: 3
          playoff series to get under way Monday, 1949/02/18: 3
          3728th Trainees fight to stay in playoff tonight, 1949/02/25: 3
          title for 1949 may ride on Comet-Lackland game, Monday, 1949/01/28: 3
          Warhawks, Comets draw first blood in playoff, 1949/02/25: 3
          Warhawks and Central make playoff finals, 1949/03/04: 3
        playoffs (1950)
          Central, "Y" in playoff with two straight wins, 1950/02/24: 3
          Central Comets roar to playoff title without a defeat, 1950/03/03: 3
          Central repeats as AAA titlist; Walker's, Clubbers tie for 4th, 1950/02/10: 3
          Central seeks second straight win over YMCA for title, 1950/02/24: 3
          Central wallops "Y" in initial game of final round, 1950/02/24: 3
          Clubbers nose WBS in overtime for playoff spot, 1950/02/17: 3
          Lackland, Clubbers have backs to wall in playoff, 1950/02/17: 3
          WBS, Clubbers in "pre-playoff" tonight; playoffs start Monday, 1950/02/10: 3
          "Y," Boys Club battle for AAA playoff spot tonight, 1950/02/03: 3
        record number of court teams in league, 1941/12/05: 3
        report shows AAA spent $472.68, 1938/04/22: 3
        schedule
          AAA announces changes in cage schedule, 1943/02/05: 3
          AAA basketball play, next week, promises more spectacular action, 1944/01/07: 3
          AAA cage play to be resumed Monday night, 1943/01/01: 3
          AAA draws court schedule, ready for opener, January 2, 1944/12/22: 3
          cage drawings tonight, 1947/12/19: 3
          changes made in AAA cage schedule, 1946/02/01: 3
          league to meet tonight, draw schedule for season, 1944/12/15: 1
          no basketball tonight; three games, dance Monday, 1937/12/17: 3
          play resumes Monday, 1938/12/30: 3
          regular AAA schedule to end next week, but playoffs yet to come, 1944/01/21: 3
          regular season schedule, 1946/12/20: 3
          to resume play after holiday recess, 1942/12/25: 3
          second half court play gets under way tonight, 1945/02/02: 3
        scores/statistics
          court scoring records tumble in amazing flipping outbreak, 1945/02/02: 3
          Ford, Joe, tops AAA scorers; Miles, "Sonny Boy" has best average, 1946/03/22: 3
          Homer sets new AAA record; Oklahoma star connects for 28, as 17th Aviators top Duncan, 43-32, 1943/01/08: 3
          Kuykendall and Moore make AAA "30 Club," 1949/03/25: 3
          Kuykendall cops AAA high scoring honors, 1949/03/18: 3
          Miles, John ("Sonny Boy")
          scoring records tumble during 1944-45 regular cage season, 1945/03/16: 3
          St. Philip's sets AAA scoring record in massacre of Wheatley, 1940/12/27: 3
          statistics on League play thru each team's first five games released, 1940/01/26: 3
          team, individual records released, 1938/01/14: 3
          Willis, Bernard, makes AAA "30 club," 1950/01/27: 3
          you may get figure happy too, so don't become a statistician, 1948/03/12: 3
        The Scoring Parade, 1945/01/12: 3, 1945/01/19: 3, 1945/01/26: 3, 1945/02/02: 3, 1945/02/09: 3, 1945/02/16: 3, 1945/02/23: 3, 1945/03/16: 3
        St. Peter Claver draws suspension for failure to show, 1941/02/14: 3
        "super" all-star game postponed until Monday, 1948/03/12: 3
        Syms, Hank
          cops AAA cage league high scoring title, 1944/02/04: 3
          the scoring parade, 1945/02/02: 3
          Syms gets 46 points as SAACC beats Fort Sam, 1945/02/02: 3
        title for 1949 may ride on Comet-Lackland game, Monday, 1949/01/28: 3
        Warhawks, Comets draw first blood in playoffs, 1949/02/25: 3
        Willis, Bernard, makes AAA "30 club," 1950/01/27: 3
        Wooten, Rufus
          is high scorer of AAA court league, 1943/03/19: 3
          scores 30 points for new AAA, city record, 1943/02/05: 3
        Yell, Samuel
          restored to AAA eligibility, 1945/12/28: 3
          suspended indefinitely from participation, 1945/01/26: 3
      Alamo City League
        Alamo cage league in full sway, 1932/12/16: 3, 1933/01/27: 3, 1933/03/03: 3
        All-City Team of Alamo City Basketball League picked, 1934/03/02: 3
        All-Stars upset Sam Huston Dragons, 1936/03/06: 3
        begins 1935-36 season with two games, 1935/11/15: 3
        cage league starts second half, 1933/01/13: 7
        Central Catholic Cats emerge as winner over St. Peter Claver, 1935/11/15: 3
        city games arouse interest, 1933/11/24: 3
        city league teams battle in Shaughnessy play-off, 1938/01/28: 3
        leaguers furnish thrills, 1932/12/23: 3
        Register names annual all city court teams, 1943/03/19: 3
        Sam Huston College clashes with Alamo League All-Star court five at Recreation Center tomorrow, 1936/02/28: 3
        Wheatley outclasses Humming Birds, 1935/11/15: 3
      Alamo Jewelers
        with 4 men, upset Olde Tymers; Alamos trip Gray Beards in furious extra period, 38:35, 1940/01/12: 3
        grab another court game with only four men, 1940/02/02: 3
        Jewelers nip St. Philip's after gun ends torrid extra period game, 1939/12/15: 3
        Woodmen, Jewelers in hot game, with tying shot in air at gun, 1939/12/08: 3
      All-Star court game: King tallies 26 points to lead Porters to win, 1939/03/31: 3
      All-Stars, Tip Toppers bow to Huston at Austin, 1936/03/13: 3
      All-Stars play Woodmen for Red Cross, 1943/03/26: 3
      Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
        Alphas and Omegas battle, Feb. 21, 1959/02/13: 5
        Alphas and Omegas go after it, Sat., 1959/02/20: 5
        Austin, SA Alphas in cage battle, 1960/03/04: 5
        Austin Alphas edge SA fraters, 57-51, 1959/03/20: 5
        Omegas down Alphas, 66-56, 1959/02/27: 5
        SA, Austin Alpha cagers vie here, 1960/02/19: 5
        SA Alphas bop Austin 51-42, 1960/03/11: 5
        SA Alphas have "secret weapon" ready for Austin Alphas, 1959/03/13: 5
        SA Alphas prep for cage tilt with Austin, 1960/02/26: 2
        SA and Austin Alpha cagers battle, March 14, 1959/03/06: 5
        San Antonio "Greeks" lose to Austin fives, 1959/03/13: 5
      American Legion
        Moore, "Twig," tosses two-hit, 10-1 victory in AAA debut, 1948/06/11: 3
      American Woodmen (1939)
        AAA court coaches dope Woodmen to win league title, 1939/12/08: 3
        Woodmen, Jewelers in hot game, with tying shot in air at gun, 1939/12/08: 3
      American Woodmen (1940)
        AAA leadership at stake in Olde Tymers [vs American Woodmen]; Benson battle Monday, 1940/01/19: 3
        American Woodmen and Benson Florist battle way to finals, 1940/02/16: 3
        beat Olde Tymers to cinch AAA title, 1940/02/02: 3
        beat Wheatley, 1940/12/13: 3
        Benson Florist grabs first title series game from Woodmen in last five seconds, 1940/02/23: 3
        Chamber of Commerce to watch Benson, Woodmen in title game, 1940/02/23: 3
        nearly upset by Walton's Whirlwinds, 1940/12/20: 3
        Olde Tymers play postponed game Mon., 1940/01/26: 3
        St. Peter Claver loses to American Woodmen in last 90 seconds, 25-24, 1940/01/19: 3
        St. Philip's beats Woodmen; AAA champions beaten by tail-enders in unbelievable upset (photo), 1940/02/09: 3
        win another in last minutes of play, 1940/01/26: 3
      American Woodmen (1941)
        clip Shaw's Clippers to take AAA lead, 1941/01/17: 3
        have decisive win over Truckers, 1941/01/10: 3
        Sam Huston cagers cop thriller from Woodmen, 1941/02/14: 3
        Sam Huston-Woodmen in weekend cage game, 1941/02/07: 3
        whip Rotary in first playoff game, 1941/02/14: 3
        Woodmen, Shaw's Clippers play for AAA leadership, 1941/01/03: 3
        Woodmen or St. Peter to be shoved out of cage title picture Monday, 1941/01/24: 3
      American Woodmen (1942)
        barely scratch out win from Boys Club, 1942/01/23: 3
        Register, Woodmen to battle Monday night, 1942/01/09: 3
        take hot one from Fort Sam Truckers, 1942/01/09: 3
        trim 304th Aviation Squadron in league opener, 1942/12/25: 3
        unbeaten Woodmen take over top spot in AAA league, 1942/01/16: 3
        Woodmen, Duncan in star tilt--to pick "Miss AAA" from crowd, 1942/12/11: 3
        Woodmen, Register win Friday games, 1942/01/16: 3
        Woodmen, Shaw's Clippers also battle in great cage program, 1942/01/30: 3
      American Woodmen (1943)
        AAA cage leadership at stake tonight; Woodmen, Register both undefeated, clash in "game of year," 1943/02/05: 3
        All-Stars play Woodmen for Red Cross, 1943/03/26: 3
        cage playoff [Shaughnessy] starts Monday; Register-304, Woodmen-Wheatley High play in first round games, 1943/02/26: 3
        Priestley, "Weasel," is "player of the week" winner, 1943/03/19: 3
        win AAA title without loss, 1943/02/26: 3
        win city cage title; A.W.'s best 304th, 35-34, for second straight win, and crown, 1943/03/12: 3
        win first game of title series from 304th, 1943/03/12: 3
        Woodmen, 304th move into finals in thrillers, 1943/03/12: 3
      American Woodmen (1944)
        blast Randolph Field's 78th, 1944/01/28: 3
        bust 28th to make playoff finals, 1944/02/18: 3
        Kelly Field, Woodmen in feature--college prexy to witness game, 1944/12/29: 3
        Kelly Field 304th, Woodmen, 28th, 78th to battle for cage title, 1944/02/04: 3
        Kelly Field 304th, Woodmen battle in playoff, 1944/02/18: 3
        Kelly Field 304th, Woodmen cop playoff openers, 1944/02/11: 3
        outclass Kelly 304th in second game of final round, 1944/02/25: 3
        whip Wheatley, 38-30, 1944/01/14: 3
      American Woodmen (1945)
        after two straight and championship in tonight's game, 1945/03/16: 3
        beat Fort Sam, 1945/02/16: 3
        beat Kelly Field, 1945/02/09: 3
        beat Kelly Field 4907th, 1945/01/12: 3
        beat Register, 1945/03/02: 3
        Miles, "Sonny Boy," grabs scoring title, 1945/03/02: 3
        nip Wheatley, 1945/02/23: 3
        SAACC-Wheatley, Woodmen-Kelly meet in first round series, 1945/03/02: 3
        'Sonny Boy' Miles makes 30 points to tie AAA cage scoring record, 1945/01/26: 3
        Wheatley, Woodmen cop AAA Friday games, 1945/01/19: 3
        Wheatley scares SAACC, Woodmen blast Kelly in playoff openers, 1945/03/09: 3
        whip SAACC Lightnings in first title game, 1945/03/16: 3
        Woodmen-Fort Sam meet in tonight's play, 1945/02/09: 3
        Yell, Samuel, suspended indefinitely from participation, 1945/01/26: 3
      Ball High School Invitational
      Banks, Tennis, SA athlete stars in West Coast basketball play, 1941/03/28: 3
      basketball in full swing at Recreation Center, 1933/12/01: 3
      basketball results (1951), 1951/01/12: 5, 1951/01/19: 5, 1951/01/26: 5, 1951/02/02: 5, 1951/02/09: 5, 1951/02/16: 5, 1951/02/23: 5, 1951/03/02: 5, 1951/03/16: 5
      basketball results (1953), 1953/01/23: 5
      basketball results (1961), 1961/12/15: 5
      Basketball Roundup, 1957/02/08: 5
      Baylor, Elgin
      Benson Florists
        AAA leadership at stake in Olde Tymers [vs American Woodmen]; Benson battle Monday, 1940/01/19: 3
        American Woodmen and Benson Florist battle way to finals, 1940/02/16: 3
        beat St. Peter Claver, 1940/02/16: 3
        Benson, Wheatley quints in "C. of C. Nite" feature, 1939/01/06: 3
        Chamber of Commerce to watch Benson, Woodmen in title game, 1940/02/23: 3
        in dazzling form to dominate Monday's play, 1940/02/16: 3
        grab first title series game from Woodmen in last five seconds, 1940/02/23: 3
        lose to Woodmen in extra period, 1940/01/12: 3
        rout Porters, 1939/01/20: 3
        St. Philip's fights hard, but loses to Benson's, 1939/01/13: 3
        trailing at half, Florists butcher Lions after rest period, 1939/01/20: 3
        Wheatley, Benson clash in "blood" game, 1939/01/13: 3
        Wheatley meets Benson [Florists] in another important AAA League game, 1940/01/26: 3
        whip Jewelers, 1940/01/26: 3
        whip Phillis Wheatley, 1940/02/02: 3
      Biddy League
        Central Presbyterian Junior Deputies win Biddy title, 1955/04/15: 3
        city cage tournament set for April 9, 1955/04/01: 5
        play gets under way in Iddy Biddy cage loop, 1955/01/14: 5
        registration is on for Biddy League, 1955/10/14: 5
        San Antonio area biddy cage meet set for March 28, 29, 31, 1956/03/16: 5
        St. Peter Claver Mites and Esquire Tailors Beavers play in Iddy Biddy basketball game, 1956/01/27: 5
      Black, Joe, baseball rookie of the year, turns cager, 1952/12/19: 5
      Blue Eagles
        upset Boys Club, 1946/02/15: 3
        Y, Register, Eagles Monday winners, 1946/01/18: 3
      Boys Club (1941-1942)
        AAA's most exciting game expected as bitter foes meet, 1942/02/13: 3
        boots Shaw's out of title picture, 1942/02/13: 3
        Fort Sam Truckers bow to Boys Club, 1942/01/30: 3
        in record scoring spree in upset win over Kelly Flyers, 1942/01/23: 3
        wins two cage tilts, 1941/12/12: 3
      Boys Club (1946)
        calls for basketball candidates, 1946/09/27: 3
        First Aid Cage Team wins at Boys Club, 1946/02/01: 3
        has tussle to beat Randolph, 1946/02/01: 3
        Jones, R. A., makes 28 points as Boys Club whips East End, 1946/01/25: 3
        knocks Lions from playoff spot, 1946/03/15: 3
        Register, Boys Club in important game tonight, 1946/02/08: 3
        smears Y's perfect record, 1946/03/08: 3
        St. Philip's bows to BC, 1946/02/08: 3
        unbeaten AAA teams to be whittled tonight as Randolph, Boys Club meet, 1946/01/25: 3
        upsets PDC cagers, 1946/01/18: 3
      Boys Club (1947)
        beats EESH as "Y" Junior Loop opens second round, 1947/02/21: 3
        Boys Club, Wheatley mix as first round playoff action opens, 1947/02/28: 3
        Boys Club, 'Y' win to stay in AAA race, 1947/02/07: 3
        edges Register, 31-30, to scramble race, 1947/02/14: 3
        EESH, Boys Club tied for second half junior title, 1947/03/21: 4
        grabs hectic tilt from Douglass in junior loop, 1947/01/17: 3
        Jones, Chester
          jumps basketball contract, loses $400 scholarship, 1947/01/24: 3
          reinstated on probation, 1948/01/16: 3
        mangles St. peter to cop meet: BC 2nd at Seguin, 1947/03/21: 3
      Boys Club (1948-1949)
        Boys Club, Douglass Cubs win Gold Medal cage tourney titles, 1949/04/01: 3
        McNeal, Carl, reinstated on probation, 1948/01/16: 3
      Boys Club (1950-1951)
        Boys Club, Brackettville, Central girls cop meet titles in sixth annual tournament, 1951/03/09: 5
        Boys Club, Fort Sam in AAA battle Monday, 1950/01/13: 3
        Central Comets drop Boys Club, 46-38 as AAA cage league launched, 1950/01/13: 3
        Central repeats as AAA titlist; Walker's, Clubbers tie for 4th, 1950/02/10: 3
        Clubbers club Fort Sam, 1950/01/20: 3
        Clubbers nose WBS in overtime for playoff spot, 1950/02/17: 3
        Lackland, Clubbers have backs to wall in playoff, 1950/02/17: 3
        Lackland tumbles BC, 1950/01/27: 3
        Walker's misses 23 freebies, loses to Clubbers 56-54, 1950/02/03: 3
        WBS, Clubbers in "pre-playoff" tonight; playoffs start Monday, 1950/02/10: 3
        "Y," Boys Club battle for AAA playoff spot tonight, 1950/02/03: 3
        "Y" comes back to top Boys Club, 1950/02/10: 3
      Boys Club (1952-1953)
        BC edges Victory Coffee Shop, 1953/03/13: 5
        Douglass, Boys Club, W. E. lead "Y" cage league, 1952/02/01: 5
        Matinee beats BC as rally falls short, 1953/02/27: 5
        Seguin High beats Cuero, Boys Club, 1952/02/22: 5
        starts basketball grind Saturday morning, 1953/11/20: 2
        turns tables on Matinee, 1953/02/27: 5
        Walker's upsets Boys Club, 1953/02/27: 5
      Boys Club (1959-1960)
        beats St. Peter Claver, 51-38, 1959/02/06: 5
        beats YMCA for junior meet title, 1959/03/13: 5
        Indians leading in Knee-High League, 1960/12/02: 3
        Yesterday's Stars and Today's Stars, cage game set, 1960/12/02: 5
      Boys Club (1961-1963)
        Boys Clubs No. 3 and No. 4 are tourney winners, 1961/03/03: 5
        Doyle High Dragons and Juniors play SA Boys Club teams Friday, 1963/01/25: 5
        Midgets cop holiday tourney, defeating Mendive's Flyers, 28-17, 1963/01/04: 5
        wins two cage tourney titles, 1964/01/03: 5
        "Y" and Boys Club each score same number of points, 34, but "Y" player shot two-pointer in wrong basket, 1963/02/15: 5
      Boys Club (1964-1965)
        Boys Clubs Unit 3 wins national basketball "spot shot contest," 1964/03/20: 5
        records set in Floresville meet, 1964/03/20: 5
      Boys Club (First Aid Team)
        BC Aid Team beats Lincoln Courts Rattlers, 1946/02/08: 3
        beats Wheatley Courts, 1946/03/08: 3
      Boys Club Unit No. 3 Gold Medal Tournament
        Boys Club, Douglass Cubs win Gold Medal cage tourney titles, 1949/04/01: 3
        Gold Medal Tourney set for March 12, 1949/03/04: 3
      Brooks Field
      Brown Bombers
        See Kelly Air Force Base, basketball team (Brown Bombers)
      cage clinic set for Sunday at Wheatley for all interested parties, 1951/12/14: 5
      cage games conked by flu last weekend, 1953/01/23: 5
      cage rules revised, with "dunk shot" staying, 1957/04/05: 4
      Camp Founders Girls
        beat Teeners, 23-13, 1949/12/09: 3
        Camp Founders, Douglass girl cagers vie tonight, 1948/12/10: 3
        Camp Founders, WBS cagers beat Victoria Hi teams, 1950/01/27: 3
        CFG, Douglass open girls cage play, 1948/01/09: 3
        CFG, Register in twin bill with Brownwood, 1949/01/21: 3
        CFGs open season tonight, 1949/12/02: 3
        close season next week, 1949/02/18: 3
        first and second stringers (photo), 1950/02/17: 3
        meet Alamo Jewelers Feb. 17, 1948/02/13: 3
        meet San Marcos Hi Feb. 26, 1948/02/20: 3
        to play PV March 1, 1949/02/25: 3
        Prairie View Lassies beat Camp Founders Girls again, 1952/02/29: 5
        PV girls "B" team wallops Camp Founders, 1948/03/05: 3
        Seguin Hi lassies to play CFG cagers Feb. 5, 1948/01/30: 3
        smile even after defeat at hands of Ball High School (photo), 1954/02/19: 3
        team is a part of recreation program (photo), 1953/02/06: 7
        they open cage season tonight (photo), 1946/12/13: 3
      Campfire Girls
        in 12-12 tie with Douglass, 1942/12/11: 3
        Camp Fire Girls, Luling win "Y" cage tourney, 1946/03/08: 3
        CF Girls, Seguin play here Feb. 7, 1946/02/01: 3
        CFG, Douglass girl cagers meet Dec. 13, 1946/12/06: 3
        to clash with Douglass Junior High School girls, 1942/12/04: 6
        meet Fort Sam Houston WACs, 1945/02/09: 3
        open basketball season against Douglass Junior High, 1942/12/04: 3
        throw scare into Bombers as lassies open season, 1941/01/10: 3
        will play Seguin Ball Hi girls, 1945/02/16: 6
      Central Comet Girls (1948)
        Recreation Center cage tournament goes to Central Comets, 1952/12/26: 5
        Seguin Hi boys, Central girls win "Y" tourney, 1948/02/20: 3
        Seguin splits with Central, 1948/02/06: 3
      Central Comet Girls (1950-1953)
        Central girl cagers win four in row, 1953/12/25: 5
        Central lassies swamp Victoria, 1950/02/03: 3
        cop Austin cage meet, 1950/03/31: 3
        edge WAFs, city's '2' team, 1952/12/19: 5
        wop Kelly WAFs, 1953/02/20: 4
        'Y,' Central Girls, St. Peter cop "YM" cage titles, 1950/03/17: 3
      Central Comets (1948)
        boys and girls teams win pair of games, 1948/03/26: 3
        Central juniors get pair from Lockhart, 1948/03/19: 3
        Central juniors win 4-H court tournament, 1948/02/27: 3
        Comet, Seguin cagers split, 1948/12/17: 3
        get by Kelly Field Clippers, 1948/01/23: 3
        Lackland, Bombers, Central, cop AAA openers, 1948/01/16: 3
        Lackland, Comets in tourney finals, 1948/12/24: 3
      Central Comets (1949)
        AAA lead goes to Comets as "Y" puts whammy on 'Hawks, 1949/02/04: 3
        AAA title may ride on Comet-Lackland game, Monday, 1949/01/28: 3
        beat Wheatley to draw first blood in AAA playoff, 1949/02/25: 3
        bow to Lackland in playoffs, 1949/03/04: 3
        can cop AAA title by beating "Y" tonight, 1949/02/11: 3
        Central gets by WBS, 39-36, 1949/01/14: 3
        Central whips "Y" to capture AAA crown, 1949/02/18: 3
        Comets even AAA playoff with Warhawks, 1949/03/11: 3
        hand first defeat to Warhawks in 60-59 thriller, 1949/02/04: 3
        Lackland edges Comets for playoff title, 1949/03/11: 3
        Warhawks and Central make playoff finals, 1949/03/04: 3
      Central Comets (1950)
        bounce "Y," 1950/02/03: 3
        Central, "Y" in playoff with two straight wins, 1950/02/24: 3
        drop Boys Club, 46-38 as AAA cage league launched, 1950/01/13: 3
        finish fast to top WBS, 1950/02/03: 3
        get by Lackland, 1950/01/13: 3
        nip All Stars in overtime battle, 69-66, 1950/03/10: 3
        to play AAA All-Stars Wednesday, 1950/03/03: 3
        repeat as AAA titlist; Walker's, Clubbers tie for 4th, 1950/02/10: 3
        roar to AAA playoff title without a defeat, 1950/03/03: 3
        seek second straight win over YMCA for AAA title, 1950/02/24: 3
        wallop "Y" in initial game of final playoff round, 1950/02/24: 3
      Central Comets (1951-1952)
        Central, Bombers meet in AAA Award game Monday, 1951/01/26: 5
        Comet, Kelly Award game reset for Feb. 5, 1951/02/02: 5
        edge Kelly in AAA 'Award Night" fracas, 1951/02/09: 5
        fives prep for "AAA Award" tilt, 1951/01/19: 5
        Gonzales High bows to Central girls and boys, 1951/02/02: 4
        Sky Hawks drop two to Central, 1952/12/12: 5
      Central Playground
        Boys Club, Brackettville, Central girls cop meet titles in sixth annual tournament, 1951/03/09: 5
        Central boys, girls measure Gonzales quints, 1951/12/21: 5
        Central girls run off with Seguin cage meet, 1951/03/02: 5
        Central wins 4-H, NFA cage tournament, 1948/11/19: 3
        Junior and Senior teams win, lose in Mexico, 1948/11/19: 3
      Central Playground Girls
        SA girls win cage title again, 1955/03/11: 5
        world champ Lackland WAFs, Central, tie 43-43, 1955/01/28: 5
      city-wide cage meet to be held Dec. 14-15, 1954/12/10: 5
      Clippers
        See Basketball, Shaw's Clippers
        See Kelly Air Force Base, basketball team (Clippers)
      Club Matinee
        beats Boys Club as rally falls short, 1953/02/27: 5
        Boys Club turns tables on Matinee, 1953/02/27: 5
      Club Onyx
        See Recreation Center Basketball League (1961)
        See Recreation Center Basketball League (1962)
      Coaches-Officials games
        officials thump coaches 37-33, 1955/02/11: 5
      college basketball
        See Basketball (College Players and Teams)
      Collins, Vincent, tops AAA basket flippers, 1941/01/03: 3
      Collins and Bryant Mortuary five win AA division championship of City League, 1969/03/07: 5
      Comets
        See Basketball, Central Comets (1948), etc.
      Company B, 34th Quartermaster
        See Kelly Army Air Field, basketball team (Company B, 34th Quartermaster, Flyers)
      Cooper, Charley
        Boston pro cage team signs Cooper, 1950/07/14: 3
        makes Look magazine's All-American team, 1950/03/24: 3
      DC Kappas show uncanny eye in trimming local quint composed of Kappa and non-frat men [at Central Catholic gym], 1940/01/05: 3
      "dream" basketball game date changed to March 27, 1939/03/24: 3
      Duncan Field Brown Bombers
      Eagles
        first half champs of cagers, 1933/01/06: 3
        still leading Alamo cage league, 1932/12/30: 3
      East End Settlement House (1947)
        beats Dunbar for junior lead, 1947/01/31: 3
        Douglass stuns East End, 41-36 in upset of year, 1947/02/07: 3
        East End, Dunbar continue to set sizzling pace, 1947/01/24: 3
        EESH, Boys Club tied for second half junior title, 1947/03/21: 4
        grabs "Y" Junior Crown, 1947/03/28: 3
        noses out Courts by point in Junior loop, 1947/02/28: 3
        takes first half title in Junior loop, 1947/02/14: 3
      East Texas High School Championship
        held in Tyler, 1944/03/10: 3
        Quitman wins East Texas cage tourney, 1944/03/24: 3
      Ephriam, Ira
        Pecos, first Negro in Texas state high cage meet, 1957/03/15: 5
        selected by coaches and sports writers to be member of all-state AAA team, 1957/03/22: 5
      Faultless Cleaners sponsor two league teams, 1967/01/13: 7
      Flatonia girls want cage game, 1946/01/18: 3
      Fort Sam Truckers
      Garrett, Frank, SA athlete, plays on service team in California, 1943/01/15: 3
      Girl Scouts and Wheatley Courts battle to tie, 1945/02/02: 3
      Gold Medal Basketball Tournament
        Boys Club, Douglass Cubs win Gold Medal cage tourney titles, 1949/04/01: 3
        Gold Medal Tourney set for March 12, 1949/03/04: 3
        Green, Louis, San Antonian "Y" cager on '52 All-American in the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament, 1953/02/13: 5
        'Y,' Claver, Central cop titles at 11th annual tournament sponsored by Alamo City Branch YMCA, 1956/03/02: 5
        YMCA Gold Medal cage meet to open Saturday morning, 1957/02/22: 5
      Guadalupe Valley Athletic Conference
        Gross Hi, Victoria, wins GVAC tournament, 1949/02/25: 3
        Victoria places two on all-GVAC cage team, 1949/02/25: 3
      history made as John Will (Scoop) Brown becomes the first Negro to referee in Kentucky high school cage meet, 1963/03/29: 5
      Humming Birds
        beat St. Philip's, 1933/12/08: 3
        dump Rotary to throw League into four-way tie, 1937/03/12: 3
        indoor basketball team organized, 1934/02/23: 7
        meetings in 1933, 1933/12/15: 6
        meetings in 1934, 1934/01/12: 6, 1934/02/09: 7, 1934/03/16: 6, 1934/03/30: 6, 1934/11/16: 6
        outplay Central Cats, 1938/01/21: 8 (filmed in 01/28 issue)
        St. Philip's boys win from Humming Birds, 1934/01/19: 3
        upset Camp Stanley CCC, 1936/02/28: 3
        win [against Wesley House], 1935/11/15: 3
      Interscholastic League
      Johnson, Luther
      junior and intermediate leagues
        See Basketball, Alamo Athletic Association leagues
      Junior Globetrotters
        Floresville in twin loss to SA, 1954/01/29: 5
        play Foresville Monday, Jan. 18, 1954/01/15: 5
      Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
        DC Kappa Alpha Psi team to play local Kappas, 1939/12/29: 3
        Omega Psi Phi and Kappa Alpha Psi fraternities to tangle in cage fracas, 1958/02/28: 5
        Price, Leon, hits for 35 as Omegas defeat Kappas, 1958/03/07: 5
      Kelly Field teams
      Kenwood Team
        Douglass Junior Hi takes Kenwood, 45-20, 1953/12/25: 5
      Kerrville All-Stars
        comes from behind to beat YMCA, 1962/12/21: 5
        smashes Georgetown, 106-54, 1962/12/14: 5
        try Georgetown Saturday night, 1962/12/07: 5
      Kerrville Barbers edge Kerrville Bombers, 1963/01/04: 5
      Kerrville Bombers (1961-1963)
        blast Harper "X's" 78-44, 1961/01/13: 5
        blast Jaycees, 1961/01/20: 5
        Concordia Cardinals dump Kerrville Bombers 76-57 (note: Bombers incorrectly named Hornets in title), 1962/03/02: 5
        fail to show up, but substitute game is a thriller, with West Side All Stars and YMCA Seniors, 1962/03/02: 5
        formerly named Kerrville All-Stars, edged by Kerrville Barbers, 41-40, 1963/01/04: 5
        rally to whip Schreiner Institute, 63-53, 1963/02/15: 5
        Seguin lassies win, boys lose in Kerrville tilts, 1961/01/20: 5
        whip Harper, loses to Alamo City "Y," 1961/01/06: 5
        win over Beeville, 61-52, 1963/02/15: 5
        win two of three games during week, 1962/01/26: 5
        "Y" in rematch with Kerrville Bombers, 1962/02/23: 5
        YMCA gets close victory over Bombers, 1962/02/23: 5
      Lackland Air Force Base teams
      large crowd thrilled as basketball season opens, 1939/12/08: 3
      large crowd thrills to year's best basket game, 1933/03/10: 3
      last year's AAA 'babies' stay in thick of battle for crown, 1941/01/24: 3
      Lindbergh Park (girls)
        girl cagers seeking games, 1952/12/05: 5
      Moonglow AC
        Moonglow too much for "Y," 1950/01/20: 3
        tops St. Philip's, 1950/03/10: 3
        YMCA Triangles to play Moonglow Tuesday, 1950/01/13: 3
      Moorland "Y" Invitational Gold Medal Tournament
        dedicated to Lt. Thomas H. Burton, Jr. (photo), 1953/03/13: 5
        SA loses in third round of Dallas meet, 1953/03/20: 5
      Neal, Malcolm
        See Neal, SSgt. Malcolm
      New Braunfels to stage benefit cage meet Saturday, 1957/03/15: 5
      Newton High retains title, 1936/03/27: 3
      NFA tournament
        Bay City wins Southern District NFA tournament, 1953/01/30: 5
      no Jim Crow at DC court game unlike Capitol, 1940/01/05: 3
      Olde Tymers
        with 4 men, upset Olde Tymers; Alamos trip Gray Beards in furious extra period, 38:35, 1940/01/12: 3
        AAA leadership at stake in Olde Tymers [vs. American Woodmen]; Benson battle Monday, 1940/01/19: 3
        dump West End, 1939/01/13: 3
        enter AAA playoff with win over Porters AC, 1939/01/27: 3
        nose out Benson in hot overtime battle, 1939/12/15: 3
        to play in AAA League, 1939/11/17: 3
        trampled by Wheatley Lions, 1939/01/06: 3
        whip Wheatley Cubs, 1939/01/20: 3
        Woodmen, Olde Tymers play postponed game Mon., 1940/01/26: 3
      Olde Tymers (girls team)
        beat Fort Sam WACs 34-7, 1945/04/06: 3
        girl cage game set for Saturday, 1945/01/12: 3
        SA Olde Tymers to meet Austin basketeers in girls' game Saturday, 1947/03/21: 4
        WACs to play Olde Tymers March 8, 1945/03/02: 3
        win girls' cage game, 1945/01/19: 3
      Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
        games with Austin Omega Psi Phi
          Omegas ready to do or die, 1958/02/07: 5
          SA, Austin Omegas in annual basketball game, 1958/01/31: 5, 1959/01/23: 5, 1959/01/30: 5, 1960/02/05: 5
          SA Omegas beat Austin Omegas, 1959/02/06: 5, 1960/02/19: 5
          SA Omegas bow to Austin brothers, 43-37, 1958/02/14: 3
        games with Kappa Alpha Psi
          Alphas and Omegas battle, Feb. 21, 1959/02/13: 5
          Alphas and Omegas go after it, Sat., 1959/02/20: 5
          fraternities to tangle in cage fracas, 1958/02/28: 5
          Omegas down Alphas, 66-56, 1959/02/27: 5
          Price, Leon, hits for 35 as Omegas defeat Kappas, 1958/03/07: 5
      PDC Lightnings
        beat Lions, 1946/03/08: 3
        nip "Y" in last 35 seconds for AAA title, 1946/03/15: 3
        PDC, 'Y' draw first blood in playoff, 1946/03/15: 3
        PDC Lightnings, 'Y' meet in AAA opener, 1945/12/28: 3
        Register beats PDC to make playoff finals, 1946/03/22: 3
        Register bows to PDC, 1946/02/22: 3
        Register evens series with PDC--"Y" in finals, 1946/03/22: 3
        roll over Randolph, 1946/02/08: 3
        take 'Y' in AAA cage opener, 1946/01/11: 3
        YMCA, PDC meet in crucial game tonight, 1946/03/08: 3
      Penner's Clothiers
        edge St. Philip's, 1950/02/10: 3
        St. Philip's, Penner's to play Saturday, 1950/02/03: 3
      Porters Athletic Club
        All-Star court game: King tallies 26 points to lead Porters to win, 1939/03/31: 3
        Benson Florists rout Porters, 1939/01/20: 3
        enter AAA playoff with win over Porters AC, 1939/01/27: 3
        St. Peter beats Porters, have chance for playoff, 1939/01/20: 3
        Wheatley Hi downs Porters, 1938/01/07: 3
      Prairie View Interscholastic League
        See Prairie View Interscholastic League (PVIL), basketball
      professional players and teams
        See Basketball (Professional Players and Teams)
      Randolph Field teams
      Randolph Field Tournament
        See Randolph Air Force Base, basketball tournament
      Recreation Center Basketball League (1953)
        Boys Club five upsets Randolph, 1953/02/13: 5
        Boys Club tops Victory Coffee Shop, 1953/01/30: 5
        Club Matinee five nipped by Randolph, 1953/02/06: 5
        Dorques clobber Green Hornets, 1953/02/20: 5
        Green Hornets, Randolph take League games, 1953/02/06: 5
        Hornets upset Club Matinee, Boys Club tops Victory Coffee Shop, 1953/01/30: 5
      Recreation Center Basketball League (1954)
        Airmen, Central hold top spots in city loop, 1954/02/12: 4
        annual Coaches-Officials game results in a no decision, 72-72, 1954/03/19: 5
        basketball results, 1954/02/19: 5, 1954/02/26: 5
        close tilts in city loop play, 1954/02/05: 5
        coaches-officials tilt set for Monday, 1954/03/12: 5
        play under way in city loop, 1954/01/29: 5
      Recreation Center Basketball League (1961)
        Club Onyx
          Club Onyx five bows to V. J. Keefe, 72-62, 1961/12/22: 5
          wins opener against Sunset Lions in city loop, 1961/12/15: 5
      Recreation Center Basketball League (1962)
        Club Onyx
          blasts Sunset Lounge, 105-74, 1962/02/23: 5
          loses 69-68 decision to Sunset Lounge, 1962/01/12: 5
          loses two in city loop play, 1962/01/26: 5
          upsets Saldana Food Stores, 77-72, 1962/02/09: 5
        Pepsi-Cola girl cagers upset by Independents, 1962/03/02: 5
      Recreation Center tournament
        announces a basketball tournament will be held in December, 1952/11/21: 5
        basketball tournament announced for December, 1952/11/21: 5
        cage meet titles on line tonight, 1952/12/19: 5
        cage tournament to open Monday, 1952/12/12: 5
        cage tourney goes to Central Comets, 1952/12/26: 5
        Houston Atlas Pipe team is runnerup in invitational tournament, 1962/02/16: 5
        Monday, Dec. 8, is deadline for cage tourney, 1952/12/05: 5
      Register names all-city (all-star) cagers, 1939/03/03: 3, 1939/03/10: 3, 1941/03/07: 3, 1944/02/11: 3, 1945/03/30: 3, 1946/03/29: 3, 1947/04/18: 3, 1948/03/19: 3, 1949/03/18: 3
      Register Publishers (1941-1942)
        barely gets by Walton's Whirlwinds, 1942/02/13: 3
        even series with PDC--"Y" in finals, 1946/03/22: 3
        Register, Flyers meet tonite, 1942/01/09: 3
        Register, Shaw's Clippers in "game of the week" next Wednesday night, 1942/01/16: 3
        Register, Whirlwinds win Wed., 1942/01/30: 7
        Register, Woodmen to battle Monday night, 1942/01/09: 3
        top Whirlwinds in AAA basketball feature, 1942/12/25: 3
        whip Woodmen in cage opener, 1941/12/19: 3
        win at Brownwood, 1942/01/23: 3
        Woodmen, Register win Friday games, 1942/01/16: 3
      Register Publishers (1943)
        AAA cage leadership at stake tonight; Woodmen, Register both undefeated, clash in "game of year," 1943/02/05: 3
        cage playoff [Shaughnessy] starts Monday; Register-304, Woodmen-Wheatley High play in first round games, 1943/02/26: 3
        crack AAA League's scoring record, in 63-9 win over 984th, 1943/01/15: 3
        whip 304th to cop second spot in final AAA standings, 1943/02/26: 3
        Wooten, Rufus
          is high scorer of AAA court league, 1943/03/19: 3
          scores 30 points for new AAA, city record, 1943/02/05: 3
      Register Publishers (1944-1945)
        American Woodmen upset by Register, 1945/02/02: 3
        Kelly War Workers become Register team, 1944/12/29: 3
        Kelly War Workers out, Register, Fort Sam Houston in AAA league, 1945/01/05: 3
        nip Fort Sam, 1945/02/09: 3
        SAAC meets Register in lone AAA game tonight, 1945/02/16: 3
        Wheatley Hi-Register meet in tonight's play, 1945/02/09: 3
      Register Publishers (1946)
        beat PDC to make playoff finals, 1946/03/22: 3
        clip Boys Club from ranks of unbeaten, 1946/02/15: 3
        come from behind to cop cage crown, 1946/03/29: 3
        get week's suspension, 1946/02/01: 3
        irrepressible Sonny Boy!, 1946/04/05: 3
        nip Wheatley in extra period in AAA top feature, 1946/01/11: 3
        Randolph drops 32-27 decision to Register, 1946/02/22: 3
        Register, Boys Club in important game tonight, 1946/02/08: 3
        unbeaten AAA teams reduced to two as "Y" beats Register, 1946/02/01: 3
        Y, Register, Eagles Monday winners, 1946/01/18: 3
        'Y,' Register in top spots in AAA cage standings, 1946/01/25: 3
      Register Publishers (1947)
        beat St. Peter to copy YMCA tourney, 1947/01/03: 3
        down YMCA in AAA cage opener, 1947/01/10: 3
        Kelly Bombers, Register, "Y" win Monday games, 1947/01/10: 3
        Lions roar to playoff finals; Register evens series with 'Y,' 1947/03/07: 3
        Lions try for two straight, over Register, and court title, tonite, 1947/03/14: 3
        nip PW to even series, 1947/03/21: 3
        Register, Kelly Bombers, both unbeaten, to tangle tonight, 1947/01/17: 3
        Register, Wheatley, play for AAA title, 1947/02/21: 3
        Register, 'Y' battle for first place tonight, 1947/01/24: 3
        Register, "Y" battle tonight to determine playoff finalist, 1947/03/07: 3
        run wild in second half to win AAA playoff crown, 1947/03/21: 3
        smear Kelly Bombers' unbeaten slate, 1947/01/24: 3
        try YMCA as first round playoff action opens, 1947/02/28: 3
        wham 'Y' to make finals, 1947/03/14: 3
        Wheatley edges Register in first game of playoff finals, 1947/03/14: 3
        whip Wheatley, 52-34, for AAA crown, 1947/02/28: 3
        whip 'Y' to lead AAA, 1947/01/31: 3
      Register Publishers (1948)
        come from behind to bounce St. Philip's 42-38, 1948/02/20: 3
        Miles, 'Sonny Boy,' tops scorers, 1948/02/06: 3
        nip Wheatley in Friday's top game, 1948/01/30: 3
        Randolph-Kelly Bombers, and Lackland-Register battle for AAA title, 1948/02/20: 3
        Register, Bombers bow out of playoff series, 1948/02/27: 3
        slug Central, 1948/02/06: 3
        stumble by WBS, 1948/01/23: 3
        wallop Bombers for third place in playoffs, 1948/02/20: 3
        Wheatley, Register tangle in AAA opener, 1948/01/09: 3
      Register Publishers (1949)
        blistering last half rallies feature Monday's league play, 1949/01/21: 3
        bop "Y" 48-38; WBS bows to Kelly, 1949/02/04: 3
        CFG, Register in twin bill with Brownwood, 1949/01/21: 3
      Register to cover basketball tourney, 1936/03/13: 3
      Rodgers, Guy, three Negroes on Look All-America cage squad, 1957/03/22: 5
      Rotary
        blasts Woodmen two straight to enter finals of playoff, 1941/02/21: 3
        bulletin: Rotary upsets Woodmen, 1941/01/17: 3
        has decisive win over Walton's Whirlwinds, 1941/01/10: 3
        Johnson, Luther, leading basket flipper of year (photo), 1941/01/03: 2
        Rotarians whip Shaw's Clippers two straight to cop playoff series, 1941/02/28: 3
        Rotary, Shaw's Clippers play for AAA cage title, 1941/01/31: 3
        St. Peter Claver cagers nip rotary, 1941/04/04: 3
        stomps St. Philip's, 1941/01/31: 3
        "the boys in the faded blue"--champions all (photo), 1941/03/07: 3
        trounces Wheatley, 1941/01/17: 3
        Truckers bow to Rotary, 1940/12/20: 3
        whips St. Peter Claver in wild game, 1941/02/07: 3
        Williams, L. Napoleon, selected as coach, 1933/12/22: 3
      Rotary Junior
        quint scores shut-out, 1939/01/20: 3
        up another big score, 1939/01/27: 3
      Russell, Bill
      SA teachers lose to Austin faculty cagers, 1941/02/28: 3
      Saldana's Food Stores
        St. Philip's College meets Saldana's Food Store in San Antonio Recreation Department's invitational tournament, 1963/02/08: 5
        upset by Club Onyx, 77-72, 1962/02/09: 5
      San Antonio Amateur Basketball Association sponsors state amateur cage meet, set for March 14-15 in San Antonio, 1970/03/13: 5
      San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center
      San Antonio Officials Association
        beat Coaches and Officials Association, 34-21, in annual game, 1958/02/28: 5
        win over San Antonio Coaches, 1952/03/07: 5
      San Antonio Recreation Division
        city organizes men's cage loop, 1969/10/10: 5
        women's cage loop starts Dec. 6, 1966/11/04: 5
      Santone weekend basketball schedule, 1936/01/10: 3
      Satterfield, Jesse, ex-Wheatley cager stars in Santa Monica California junior college (photo), 1953/03/06: 5
      Second Annual High School tournament to be in Dallas, 1934/03/16: 3
      Seguin independent basketball teams
        Ball Dragons whip Kerrville's Doyle High School and Seguin's independent team, Trojans, 1959/12/18: 5
        cagers beat SA YMCA and YWCA teams, 1960/01/22: 5
        independents get even break with Ball High cagers, 1960/02/19: 5
      Seguin lassies win county cage meet, 1941/03/21: 3
      Seguin Little League cage meet under way, 1963/02/22: 5
      Seguin Trojans and Trojanettes, lassies win, boys lose in tilts with Kerrville Bombers, 1961/01/20: 5
      Shaw's Clippers
        beat Rotary for AAA cage title, 1941/02/14: 3
        Clippers clip St. Peter, 1940/12/20: 3
        Clippers rout Kelly Flyers, 1942/01/30: 3
        Rotary, Clippers play for AAA cage title, 1941/01/31: 3
        Shaw's Clippers, St. Peter win opening court tilts, 1940/12/13: 3
        Whirlwinds tough for Clippers, 1941/01/31: 3
        Woodmen, Clippers also battle in great cage program, 1942/01/30: 3
        Woodmen, Clippers play for AAA leadership, 1941/01/03: 3
      Sport Sketches by Clint C. Wilson
        Chandler "Poppa," 1941/01/17: 5
        Garrett, Frank, 1941/03/28: 3
        James, Kittye, "Spark Plug" of Brown Bombers, 1941/02/28: 7
        Johnson, Luther, 1941/04/05: 4, 1941/04/11: 5
        Knighton, Obert, 1941/02/07: 5
        Miles, John "Sonny Boy," 1941/04/04: 3
        Patterson, Oscar (Hitler), 1940/04/05: 4
        Robinson, Jackie, 1941/02/14: 5
        Stewart, "Boop," 1941/01/10: 6
      state championship
        See Prairie View Interscholastic League (PVIL), basketball
      Sunny South
        defeated by Douglass Lions, 1933/01/20: 3
        defeats Eagles in hectic game, 1932/12/23: 3
      Sunset Lounge
        blasted by Club Onyx, 105-74, 1962/02/23: 5
        Club Onyx loses 69-68 decision to Sunset Lounge, 1962/01/12: 5
      Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
        Alamo City Branch YMCA
          cops third at TAAF meet (photo), 1957/04/12: 5
          Johnson, Wendell, named to all-state TAAF team, 1960/03/18: 5
          loses in second round of TAAF meet, 1959/03/20: 5
          to play in TAAF tourney, 1959/03/06: 5
        Harris, Robert "Bob," is outstanding performer in tournament (photo), 1951/03/16: 5
        Houston Atlas Pipe team one of favorites in second annual invitational tournament at Woodlawn Gym, 1962/02/09: 5
        Lackland turn back Randolph for TAAF title, 1949/03/18: 3
        Lackland wins TAAF crown, 1948/03/19: 3
        Randolph AFB trims Lindbergh for TAAF title, 1951/03/16: 5
        Rodriguez, Pete, of Central Playground, voted on All-State TAAF team, 1958/03/21: 5
        SA in state TAAF cage tournament, 1947/03/07: 3
        SA teams in TAAF cage meet, 1958/03/14: 5
        TAAF court tourney to be held here Mar. 9, 10, 1951/03/02: 5
        TAAF meet opens today, 1949/03/11: 3
        three SA cagers make all-state TAAF team, 1956/03/23: 5
        YMCA cagers win third in TAAF state tournament, 1957/03/22: 5
      there'll be no junior school court playoff, 1959/02/13: 5
      Tip Top Rotary
        All-Stars, Tip Toppers bow to Huston at Austin, 1936/03/13: 3
        Catholics knock off favored teams in City League play-off, 1938/01/28: 3
        City League teams battle in Shaughnessy play-off, 1938/01/28: 3
        defeats Wheatley 39-29, 1934/02/02: 3
        downs St. Philip's for eighth straight league win, 1938/01/21: 3
        Lions and Tip Toppers clash for second half league title, 1936/03/13: 3
        noses out Jewelers, 1940/02/16: 3
        Rotary, Wheatley, clash for basketball leadership, 1938/01/07: 3
        St. Philip's, Camp Stanley win Monday at basketball league games, 1937/12/24: 3
        takes Wheatley in Monday thriller, 1938/01/14: 3
        Taylor, Tip Top Rotary lead Alamo League scorers, 1936/03/27: 3
        Toppers meet 'Nationals, 1935/12/06: 2
        Toppers smack Wheatley Lions for league title, 1936/03/20: 3
        Toppers win re-play against St. Philips, 1936/02/28: 3
        Wheatley, St. Peter Claver, and TipTop Rotary are first night winners, 1937/12/10: 3
        Wheatley cagers beat Rotary, 1933/12/22: 3
        Wheatley Lions and Tip Toppers clash for second half league title, 1936/03/13: 3
        wins game from St. Philip's, 1933/12/29: 3
      Trojans win junior court tourney, 1940/02/26: 3
      Truckers
      Veterans of Foreign Wars
        See Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
      Victory Coffee Shop
        beats Austin, tho bruised, 1953/02/13: 5
        Boys Club edges Victory Coffee Shop, 1953/03/13: 5
        wins two, loses three in Mexico, 1953/03/13: 5
      Walker's Business Service (1949)
        Ball Hi Dragons wallop WBS 37-18, 1949/01/28: 3
        bows to Kelly, 54-43, 1949/02/04: 3
        Friday AAA wins go to Randolph, WBS, Bombers, 1948/01/23: 3
        puts whammy on Register, 50-45, 1949/01/28: 3
        YMCA Triangles edge Walkers Business Service, 1950/01/13: 3
      Walker's Business Service (1950)
        Camp Founders, WBS cagers beat Victoria Hi teams, 1950/01/27: 3
        Central finishes fast to top WBS, 1950/02/03: 3
        Central repeats as AAA titlist; Walker's, Clubbers tie for 4th, 1950/02/10: 3
        Clubbers nose WBS in overtime for playoff spot, 1950/02/17: 3
        Walker's misses 23 freebies, loses to Clubbers 56-54, 1950/02/03: 3
        Walker's tops Fort Sam, 1950/01/27: 3
        WBS, Clubbers in "pre-playoff" tonight; playoffs start Monday, 1950/02/10: 3
      Walker's Business Service (1953)
        upsets Boys Club, 1953/02/27: 5
      Walton's Whirlwinds
        AAA's most exciting game expected as bitter foes meet, 1942/02/13: 3
        American Woodmen win AAA title without loss; Wheatley wins playoff game, with Whirlwinds, for fourth place, 1943/02/26: 3
        Kelly cops thriller from Whirlwinds, 1941/12/26: 3
        Register, Whirlwinds win Wed., 1942/01/30: 7
        Wheatley wins AAA "upside-down" crown, losing to Whirlwinds, 1941/02/07: 3
        Whirlwinds tough for Shaw's Clippers, 1941/01/31: 3
        Woodmen nearly upset by Walton's Whirlwinds, 1940/12/20: 3
        Wooten, Rufus, scores 30 points for new AAA, city record, 1943/02/05: 3
      War Workers
        See Kelly Army Air Field, basketball team (War Workers)
      Warner, Ed, leads CCNY team to NIB crown, 1950/03/24: 3
      WBS
        See Basketball, Walker's Business Service
      West End Playground
        bows to Ball High, Seguin, 1958/12/26: 5
        Doyle, Kerrville girls and lads lose to SA West End Playground teams, 1963/01/11: 5
        girls lose in Austin, boys whip Kerrville, 1959/02/20: 5
        sweeps Recreation Dep't cage play, 1959/01/30: 5
        West End girls win city "Reck" cage crown, 1959/02/06: 5
        West End plays Doyle Kerrville lassies, "Y" in rematch with Kerrville Bombers, 1962/02/23: 5
      West End Recreation Center girls win Saturday League titles, 1962/04/13: 5
      West End Wonders
      West Siders beat St. Peter, 1939/01/06: 3
      Wheatley Courts Girls' Team
        Austin girls beat SA, 1946/02/15: 3
        Ball High cops overtime tilt from Courts, 1944/03/03: 3
        beat Bracketville, 1947/03/14: 3
        beat Seguin, 1946/01/25: 3
        clash with Girl Scouts team of Wheatley High, 1945/01/26: 3
        girl cage game set for Saturday, 1945/01/12: 3
        Girl Scouts and Wheatley Courts battle to tie, 1945/02/02: 3
        lassies wallop Austin, 1947/03/14: 7
        lassies whip Flatonia Hi, 1946/03/22: 3
        lose to Austin, nip Seguin, 1947/02/14: 3
        picture of (photo), 1947/02/28: 3
        PW seconds, Courts girls cop 'Y' meet, 1947/02/07: 3
        special bus to Austin for girls' game Monday, 1946/02/15: 3
        to state cage meet, 1947/03/28: 3
        WC girl cagers play Austin Saturday night, 1946/02/08: 3
        Wheatley and Seguin Hi girls to clash, 1945/03/02: 3
        whip Douglass in Junior League, 1947/03/14: 3
        wins Seguin meet, 1947/03/21: 4
      Wheatley Cubs
        Olde Tymers whip Wheatley Cubs, 1939/01/20: 3
        St. Philip's noses out Wheatley Cubs, 1939/01/20: 3
      White, Sherman
      YMCA (1946)
        Boys Club smears Y's perfect record, 1946/03/08: 3
        Camp Fire Girls, Luling win "Y" cage tourney, 1946/03/08: 3
        Junior Cage League opens Dec. 18, 1946/12/06: 3
        PDC, 'Y' draw first blood in playoff, 1946/03/15: 3
        PDC Lightnings, 'Y' meet in AAA opener, 1945/12/28: 3
        PDC nips "Y" in last 35 seconds for AAA title, 1946/03/15: 3
        Register evens series with PDC--"Y" in finals, 1946/03/22: 3
        Stewart, John ("Big Red"), suspended by AAA, 1946/02/15: 3
        unbeaten AAA teams reduced to two as "Y" beats Register, 1946/02/01: 3
        Y, Register, Eagles Monday winners, 1946/01/18: 3
        "Y" cage meet to open tonight, 1946/12/27: 3
        "Y" cage tourney this Saturday, 1946/03/01: 3
        "Y" cage tourney to honor game's originator, Dr. James Naismith, 1946/12/20: 3
        'Y,' Register in top spots in AAC cage standings, 1946/01/25: 3
        YMCA, PDC meet in crucial game tonight, 1946/03/08: 3
      YMCA (1947)
        Boys Club, 'Y' win to stay in AAA race, 1947/02/07: 3
        Boys Club beats EESH as "Y" Junior Loop opens second round, 1947/02/21: 3
        class "A" teams vie in YMCA meet tomorrow, 1947/01/31: 3
        Kelly Bombers, Register, "Y" win Monday games, 1947/01/10: 3
        Lions nip BC, 'Y' makes playoff, 1947/02/21: 3
        McNeal, Clyde, is top scorer in "Y" meet, 1947/01/03: 3
        Miles, Johnny "Sonny Boy," is top scorer in "Y" meet, 1947/01/03: 3
        PW seconds, Courts girls cop 'Y' meet, 1947/02/07: 3
        Register, "Y" battle tonight to determine playoff finalist, 1947/03/07: 3
        Register beats St. Peter to copy YMCA tourney, 1947/01/03: 3
        Register tries YMCA as first round playoff action opens, 1947/02/28: 3
        Register whams 'Y' to make finals, 1947/03/14: 3
        "Y," Wheatley cop playoff openers, 1947/03/07: 3
        YMCA's second annual class A high school meet set for Feb. 1, 1947/01/24: 3
      YMCA (1948-1949)
        basketball meet under way at center, 1949/02/04: 3
        blistering last half rallies feature Monday's league play, 1949/01/21: 3
        edges Wheatley 50-47, 1949/01/14: 3
        second annual cage tournament set for Feb. 14, 1948/02/06: 3
        Seguin Hi, Central Lassies, Bracketville win "Y" meet, 1949/02/11: 3
        Seguin Hi boys, Central girls win "Y" tourney, 1948/02/20: 3
        "Y" takes overtimer from Kelly, 1949/01/28: 3
      YMCA (1950-1951)
        annual YMCA tourney slated for March 2, 3, 1951/02/23: 5
        Boys Club, Brackettville, Central girls cop meet titles in sixth annual tournament, 1951/03/09: 5
        intermediate and junior leagues close, 1951/03/16: 5
        standings of "Y" junior court league announced, 1951/02/23: 5
        third annual invitational basketball tournament under way at St. Philip's, 1950/03/10: 3
        'Y,' Central Girls, St. Peter cop "YM" cage titles, 1950/03/17: 3
      YMCA (1952-1953)
        annual YMCA cage tourney set for Feb. 13, 14, 1953/01/30: 5, 1953/02/13: 5
        Del Rio, "Y" win annual YMCA meet, 1952/02/29: 5
        Douglass, Boys Club, W. E. lead "Y" cage league, 1952/02/01: 5
        Seguin beats San Antonio 'Y,' New Braunfels, 1953/03/06: 5
        Wheatley 'B' team cops 'Y' meet, 1953/02/20: 5
        "Y" meet gets under way today, 1952/02/22: 5
        "YM" wins, loses in Dallas meet, 1952/03/14: 5
      YMCA (1954-1955)
        annual "Y" court meet opens today, 1954/03/05: 5
        leave for Dallas to attend annual state YMCA basketball tournament, 1954/03/19: 5
        Palestine ousts SA in first round, wins Dallas YMCA Gold Medal court tournament, 1954/03/26: 5
        Port Lavaca, St. Peter, Kennedy cop 'Y' meet titles, 1955/03/11: 5
        Seguin trims St. Peter Claver, Kerrville measures G. W. Carver to win "Y" tourney, 1954/03/12: 5
        "Y, " Gonzales girls win Seguin meet, 1954/12/31: 5
        "Y" cage meet opens at Wheatley gym today, 1955/03/04: 5
      YMCA (1956-1957)
        annual YMCA basketball tourney set for Feb. 22, 23, 1957/02/08: 5
        Doyle Hi of Kerrville wins YMCA cage tournament, 1957/03/01: 5
        Doyle High beats San Antonio 'Y' 67-59, 1956/01/20: 5
        results of basketball action, 1957/02/22: 5
        "Y" Cage Notes, 1957/01/25: 5
        YMCA Gold Medal cage meet to open Saturday morning, 1957/02/22: 5
      YMCA (1958-1959)
        Alamo City "Y" cagers make clean sweep of four games, 1959/02/13: 5
        Alamo City "Y" cops two titles, 1959/03/06: 5
        Boys Club beats YMCA for junior meet title, 1959/03/13: 5
        cagers have busy week, 1958/02/14: 3, 1958/02/21: 5
        cagers play in six games during busy week of basketball, 1959/02/06: 5
        cagers win two games, 1959/12/18: 5
        has hot week -- vie in all-star games, 1959/02/27: 5
        hosts junior boys and girls basketball tournament, March 7, 1959/03/06: 5
        Johnston, C. J., nets 54 points as 'Y' wins game against Coles High of Corpus Christs, 77-76, 1959/01/09: 5
        to play in TAAF tourney, 1959/03/06: 5
        two teams in Wesley House league, 1958/11/21: 5
        "Y," Wesley House, break even, 1959/12/11: 5
        "Y" cagers going strong, 1959/01/16: 5
        "Y" cagers win, take vacation, 1959/12/25: 5
        YMCA cagers win three, 1959/01/23: 5
      YMCA (1960)
        Alamo City Branch Seniors battle way to playoff finals, 1960/03/11: 5
        basketeers set bristling pace, 1960/01/15: 5
        breaks even in week's play, 1960/01/29: 5
        cage teams have perfect week, 1960/02/19: 5
        cagers win 3, lose 2 in pre-Xmas play, 1960/12/23: 5
        cagers win four, lose two, 1960/02/05: 5
        Juniors start court play, 1960/12/02: 5
        loses in second round of Austin meet, 1960/02/12: 5
        Seguin's independent cagers beat SA YMCA and YWCA teams, 1960/01/22: 5
        teams in action over weekend, 1960/12/16: 5
        tourney winners feted (photo), 1961/01/06: 5
        YM cagers win, lose, 1960/01/22: 5
      YMCA (1961-1964)
        Alamo City Branch is second in YMCA League, 1963/02/22: 5
        Alamo City "Y" cagers playing in four leagues, 1963/02/01: 5
        cage play opens for "Y" teams, 1962/12/07: 5
        first integrated "Y" team plays in Houston meet, 1964/02/21: 5
        Kerrville Bombers fail to show up, but substitute game is a thriller, with West Side All Stars and YMCA Seniors, 1962/03/02: 5
        Kerrville Bombers lose to Alamo City "Y," 1961/01/06: 5
        Kerrville comes from behind to beat YMCA, 1962/12/21: 5
        "Y" and Boys Club each score same number of points, 34, but "Y" player shot two-pointer in wrong basket, 1963/02/15: 5
        "Y" Seniors have rough going, dropping last four games, 1962/01/19: 5
      YMCA (1966-1969)
        2 Douglass lads on 'Y' champs, 1967/03/24: 5
        Midgets in St. Ann's tournament, 1968/02/09: 5
        season ends for YMCA, 1968/03/22: 5
        "Y" cagers make tourney finals, 1966/03/18: 5
        "Y" cagers win five, 1969/01/24: 5
      YMCA Junior League (1946-1947)
        Dunbar takes first in "Y" Junior League, 1947/03/07: 3
        East End, Dunbar continue to set sizzling pace, 1947/01/24: 3
        East End grabs "Y" Junior Crown, 1947/03/28: 3
        EESH, Boys Club tied for second half junior title, 1947/03/21: 4
        EESH noses out Courts by point in Junior loop, 1947/02/28: 3
        final last half standings, 1947/03/21: 3
        Francis, Lawrence "Jack Pot," heads scorers in league, 1947/01/24: 3
        to get under way Dec. 18, 1946/12/13: 3
        Hayden, Solomon "Dunker"
          grabs first in junior scoring struggle, 1947/02/28: 3
          Hayden unanimous pick on All-Junior Loop team, 1947/04/11: 3
        Owens, "Trees"
          gains on Hayden in Junior scoring, 1947/03/07: 3
          top Junior loop flipper, 1947/03/28: 3
        play gets under way, 1946/12/27: 3
        schedule for 1947, 1947/01/03: 3, 1947/01/10: 3
        Wheatley Courts whip Douglass in Junior League, 1947/03/14: 3
      YMCA Junior League (1950)
        annual YMCA cage meet set for March 10, 11, 1950/03/03: 3
        Douglass Cubs, YMCA tops in their leagues, 1950/02/17: 3
        Juniors win NFA, 4-H court tourney, 1950/03/03: 3
      YMCA Junior League (1960-1969)
        consolation title goes to Junior Bears in Region III tournament, 1968/03/01: 5
        Junior Bears come in second in St. Ann's invitational tournament, 1968/02/16: 5
        successful season reported for 1968-1969, 1969/03/21: 5
        wins city cage title, 1961/03/31: 5
        "Y" Juniors win city loop title, 1960/02/26: 3
      YMCA Triangles (1949)
        AAA lead goes to Comets as "Y" puts whammy on 'Hawks, 1949/02/04: 3
        Comets can cop AAA title by beating "Y" tonight, 1949/02/11: 3
        Tillotson again beats "Y" cagers, 1949/12/30: 3
        tries Tillotson again Tuesday, 1949/12/23: 3
        "Y" Triangles prep for season, 1948/12/17: 3
      YMCA Triangles (1950)
        Central, "Y" in playoff with two straight wins, 1950/02/24: 3
        Central seeks second straight win over YMCA for AAA title, 1950/02/24: 3
        Central wallops "Y" in initial game of final playoff round, 1950/02/24: 3
        Comets bounce "Y," 1950/02/03: 3
        Lackland, "Y" battle in AAA tonight, 1950/01/20: 3
        Lackland wins thriller in last minute from 'Y,' 1950/01/27: 3
        Moonglow too much for "Y," 1950/01/20: 3
        Triangles edge Walkers Business Service, 1950/01/13: 3
        "Y," Boys Club battle for AAA playoff spot tonight, 1950/02/03: 3
        "Y" comes back to top Boys Club, 1950/02/10: 3
        "Y" to play Moonglow AC Tuesday, 1950/01/13: 3
        YMCA gets by Fort Sam, 35-29, 1950/02/03: 3
      Youth Opportunities program, others, sponsor tournament for young men living in public housing, 1969/01/24: 5
      Ysleta CCC
      YWCA Y-Teens
        Rhodes Y-Teens beat Riley for basketball title, 1964/05/01: 5
    Basketball (College Teams and Players)
      See also specific colleges and universities
      All-America Basketball Team
        four Negroes named to All-American cage team, including Wilt Chamberlain and Elgin Baylor, 1958/03/14: 5
        four of all-time, All-America Negroes make up college basketball's team, 1970/03/20: 5
        Hopkins, Robert ("Li'l Abner"), Grambling player selected on ANP's All-American, 1956/03/09: 5
        Jackson, Lucius, named to NEA All-America team, 1964/03/06: 5
        Little All-America team, three Negroes named to, 1960/03/25: 5
        Look All-America team
          four Negroes on Look's All-American squad, 1955/03/11: 5, 1966/03/11: 5
          Negroes again dominate team, 1956/03/09: 5
          six Negroes on team, 1969/03/21: 5, 1970/03/13: 5
          tan cagers dominate team, 1958/03/21: 5
          three Negroes on Look All-America cage squad, 1957/03/22: 5, 1964/03/13: 5, 1965/03/19: 5
        National Basketball Coaches Association pick 5 Negroes on All-America team, 1958/03/21: 5
        pro coaches pick four Negroes on college All-American fives, 1955/03/11: 5
        Reed, Willis, named on NBA All-American, 1964/03/06: 5
        Wilson, Jasper, Southern cage star seen as All-American, 1967/12/01: 5
      All-Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (All-CIAA) Team named, 1968/06/21: 5
      Baylor, Elgin
      Buntin, Bill
        may be University of Michigan's first tan All-American, 1963/03/08: 5
        voted Michigan's most valuable player for 1962-63 season, 1963/03/22: 7
      college basketball results, 1950/01/13: 3, 1950/01/27: 3, 1950/02/03: 3, 1950/02/17: 3, 1950/03/03: 3, 1950/03/10: 3, 1954/12/17: 5
      College Basketball Roundup, 1957/02/15: 7
      college cage stars plead guilty in "fix" case in New York, 1951/07/13: 5
      Dukes, Walter
      east, midwest, far west colleges have great array of Negro cagers, 1954/12/31: 5
      Embry, Wayne, tan cager sets record pace for Miami U., Ohio, 1957/03/08: 5
      Evans, Eddie, his feats to be long-remembered in Oklahoma U. annals, 1963/06/14: 5
      first annual National Collegiate Basketball Tournament won by Tennessee State, 1952/03/07: 5
      first national college basketball tourney at Fisk Feb. 28-March 1, 1952/02/01: 7
      Frazier, Wilbur, selected for US cage team to play series with Russia, 1965/04/09: 5
      'Garden' still ignores Negro cage teams, 1953/09/11: 3
      Garrett, Bill, ends season ninth in Big 10 scoring, 1950/03/10: 2
      great crop of tan stars on nation's college teams, 1957/12/27: 5
      Griffin, McVea, LSU hurler has won 22, lost not one, 1961/03/17: 5
      Hadnot, Jim, Rhode Island College frosh another Bill Russell?, 1958/10/03: 6
      Harmon, Charles, star forward of Toledo University team in Navy now, 1943/06/25: 3
      Hazzard, Walt
        Helms Foundation names Hazzard "Player of Year," 1964/04/10: 5
        named top college cager by Sport Magazine, 1965/01/01: 5
      Hopkins, Robert ("Li'l" Abner)
      International Club
        Sam Huston takes International Club in thrilling battle, 1936/01/17: 3
        Samuel Huston College and International Club tangle tomorrow, 1936/01/10: 3
        Toppers meet 'Nationals, 1935/12/06: 2
      Jackson, Tony, St. John's University cager, called "Sugar Ray" of basketball, 1959/02/20: 5
      King, Dolly
      Little All-America team, three Negroes named to, 1960/03/25: 5
      Look All-America team
        four Negroes on Look's All-American squad, 1955/03/11: 5, 1966/03/11: 5
        Negroes again dominate team, 1956/03/09: 5
        six Negroes on team, 1969/03/21: 5, 1970/03/13: 5
        tan cagers dominate team, 1958/03/21: 5
        three Negroes on Look All-America cage squad, 1957/03/22: 5, 1964/03/13: 5, 1965/03/19: 5
      McGill, Bill (The Hill), tan player at University of Utah, wins college national scoring crown for fifth year, 1962/04/06: 5
      McLendon, Johnny
      Mid-American Conference team dominated by tan players, 1962/03/30: 5
      Murphy, Calvin, All-American player quitting Niagara University, 1968/03/22: 5
      National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
        District 29 is success story of civil rights in basketball, 1954/02/26: 5
        forced to drop color bar, 1948/03/12: 3
        four SW teams hope to host NAIA tourney, 1960/02/12: 5
        Grambling College
          cops NAIA District 6 meet against Texas Southern, 91-86, 1959/03/06: 5
          district tourney set for Grambling, 1960/02/26: 2
          likely host to District 6 NAIA cage tourney, 1959/02/20: 5
          Robinson, Eddie, named NAIA Coach of the Year, 1964/12/18: 5
          runs off with NAIA cage title, 1961/03/24: 5
          seen as team to beat for NAIA cage crown next season, 1962/03/30: 5
          upset in NAIA meet, losing to Lenoir Rhyne College, 88-78, 1959/03/20: 5
          wins slot in NAIA tournament, 1969/03/14: 6
        Hughes, Henry, Negro player puts Adrian College, Michigan, in NAIA tourney, 1957/03/29: 3
        McLendon, Johnny
          fair play in national cage meet lauded by NAIA 'Coach of the Year,' 1958/04/11: 5
          named to coach all-star team against Russian Nationals, 1962/10/12: 5
          Tennessee State, named 'Coach of the Year' (photo), 1958/04/18: 5
        Negro cagers star in weekend action, 1955/03/18: 5
        Negro college cagers to play in NAIA meet, 1952/08/22: 5
        Negro stars have great cage season, 1954/02/26: 5
        North Carolina A&T wins in NAIA playoff, 1970/03/13: 5
        playoff set for Southern University, 1956/02/24: 5
        Prairie View A & M College of Texas
          in NAIA Midwest Regional Tournament, 1960/03/04: 5
          Panthers snag NAIA basketball crown, 1962/03/23: 5
        Reed, Willis, former Grambling great selected for the NAIA Basketball Hall of Fame, 1970/03/13: 5
        Tennessee State A&I College
          Tennessee is early loser in NAIA meet, 1954/03/19: 5
          Tigers roar to third straight NAIA title, 1959/03/20: 5
          Tigers win district meet for NAIA spot, 1954/03/12: 5
          wins NAIA cage tourney, 1957/03/22: 5
          wins NAIA title again by upsetting Western Illinois, 1958/03/21: 5
        Texas Southern University
          bows out of NAIA meet, 1955/03/11: 5
          Tigers go to finals in NAIA tourney, 1956/03/23: 5
          TSU, Tennessee win spots in NAIA tournament, 1956/03/16: 5
          TSU gets NAIA District No. 6 title against Florida A&M, 1958/03/14: 5
          wins NAIA meet over St. Francis of Brooklyn, 1957/01/04: 5
      National Invitational Basketball Tournament, four Negroes on AP All-Star NIT team, 1955/04/01: 5
      NBA Talents (Spotlight on Sports, column), 1965/11/26: 7
      Negro aces dominate cage action, 1956/01/13: 5
      Negro elected Yale cage team captain, 1955/03/25: 5
      Negro stars dominate major college basketball, 1961/02/03: 3
      Negro stars lead cage teams to NIT, NCAA championships, 1955/03/25: 5
      Negro stars lead Iowa to big 10 cage bunting, 1956/03/16: 7
      Ohio State, tan stars are unsung heroes, 1960/03/04: 5
      Pennsylvania State University, sophomore Gene Harris stars on cage team, 1960/01/29: 3
      prep tournaments produce more potential court greats, 1958/04/04: 5
      pro coaches pick four Negroes on college All-American fives, 1955/03/11: 5
      racial discrimination/segregation
        Boston Celtics players boycott game, owner blows top over Jim Crow in South, 1961/11/03: 3
        Mississippi State outfoxes racist diehards to play in NCAA tourney, 1963/03/22: 7
        National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball forced to drop color bar, 1948/03/12: 3
        no Jim Crow at DC court game unlike Capitol, 1940/01/05: 3
        University of Michigan bars Negro cage star, 1934/01/12: 3
      Ricketts, Dick, "Most valuable" in Shrine game, 1955/04/01: 5
      Robertson, Oscar
      Rodgers, Guy, Temple U., wins MVP in East-West All-Star game, 1958/04/11: 5
      Russell, Bill
      Russell, Cazzie
        gets MVP nod from teammates (Michigan Wolverines), 1964/04/10: 5
        type of player that pro franchise could be built around, 1965/02/19: 5
        Young Man with a Bright Future--Cazzie Russell (Living with Sports, column by Charles J. Livingston), 1964/02/14: 5
      season's cage play dominated by Negroes, 1956/03/16: 5
      South-Central Athletic Conference (SCAC) names Tellis B. Ellis coach of the year (photo), 1950/03/24: 3
      Southwest open tourney at Marshall, 1943/01/15: 3
      Southwestern Conference coaches pick all-conference team, 1960/04/01: 5
      Stallworth, Dave breaks 6 University of Wichita cage records, 1963/04/12: 5
      Sugar Bowl's Duquesne has no Negro players, but rejects basketball Bowl bid because of hate laws in Louisiana, 1959/03/06: 3
      tan cagers set to take top '57-58 honors, 1958/02/28: 5
      tan cagers starring on college teams, 1956/01/06: 5
      University of Michigan bars Negro cage star, 1934/01/12: 3
      University of Wichita cage star, Cleo Littleton, holds 14 school records, 1955/01/28: 4
      Unseld, Westley, Louisville wins battle for Negro prep cage ace, 1964/06/05: 5
      white colleges afraid to tangle with Race quints, 1942/01/16: 2
      Who's Who in Small College Basketball, Southwest cagers appear in, 1960/03/25: 5
      Wilson, George
        Chicago cager, sought by 100 colleges, eyes U. of Illinois or Cincinatti, 1960/06/10: 5
        Chicago prep cage sensation sought by 100 colleges, 1960/04/15: 5
      Wolford, Ray, sets five University of Toledo cage offensive records, 1963/03/29: 5
      World Series of Basketball pits 1954 College All-Americans against Harlem Globetrotters, with two from Negro colleges, Willie Thomas and Charley Harrison, 1954/03/12: 5
    Basketball (Professional Teams and Players)
      25 tan college cage stars drafted by pro teams, 1961/04/21: 5
      1948 banner year for Negroes in sports, 1948/12/31: 3
      Alcindor, Lew
        ABA blew chance to ink Alcindor, 1969/11/21: 6
        Alcindor, Jo Jo White on Sport magazine's Preview All American, 1968/12/27: 5
        Alcindor, tells of break with high school coach, Jack Donohue, 1969/10/31: 5
        high school cager could play in NBA now, official says, 1965/02/19: 5
        UCLA
          Lew Alcindor said unhappy at UCLA, 1967/03/17: 5
          prejudice at UCLA dashed Alcindor's hopes, 1969/11/07: 5
          UCLA basketball star sees bias in no-dunk rule, 1967/09/15: 5
      Barksdale, Don
        first Negro in pro All-Star game, 1953/01/23: 5
        not decided on cage future, 1953/09/11: 5
      Baylor, Elgin
      Boozer, Bob
        no pro ball for Boozer, 1960/04/08: 3
        record breaking pointmaker for Kansas State is big bait for pros, 1959/02/13: 7
        St. Louis Hawks may come to terms, 1960/01/08: 5
      Boston Celtics
        draft Bobby Harris (photo), 1955/05/06: 5
        five players fined in Celtics-Warriors brawl, 1962/04/20: 5
        Jones, K. C.
          coach Auerbach says K. C. Jones "the greatest" on defense, 1964/10/16: 4
          four famed athletes join Middle American Sports Foundation advisory, 1968/06/28: 5
          inks Celtic contract, 1959/07/17: 5
          spurns pro grid bid to play with Boston Celtics, 1958/05/02: 5
        players boycott game, owner blows top over Jim Crow in South, 1961/11/03: 3
        Sam Jones posts perfect free throw record, 1958/11/14: 5
      certain pro cagers resent Negro players, 1952/03/28: 5
      Chicago Majors, ink contract with Tony Jackson, long-shot whiz, 1962/11/09: 5
      Chicago Zephyrs, Si Green is key man, 1963/03/15: 5
      Cincinnati Royals
        Embry, Wayne, has great day, but Royals lose to Boston Celtics, 1959/01/09: 5
        hard hit by losses, 1958/12/12: 7
      Cleveland Pipers coach, Johnny McClendon
      Detroit Pistons bank on Walt Dukes and other tan stars, 1958/12/26: 7
      Dooley, Henry "Hank," Wiley ace in pro cage draft, 1955/04/29: 5
      Dukes, Walter
      Felix, Ray
        pro cage holdout, 1954/10/22: 5
        stars in pro cage battle, 1954/01/29: 4
      four Negroes drafted by pro cage teams, 1954/05/07: 5
      Gulf All-Stars assembled; to make 10-week tour of Latin America and Europe (photo), 1968/07/26: 5
      Harlem Aces
        duel House of David in cage finale, March 31, 1951/03/30: 5
        nudged by Davids, 69-66, 1951/04/06: 5
        play House of David here March 31 (photo), 1951/03/23: 5
      Harlem Globetrotters
        beaten by Detroit Eagles, 1941/03/21: 3
        brother! just how screwy can this Jim Crow get?, 1953/03/20: 5
        Clark, George, makes first appearance in San Antonio with the Trotters (photo), 1962/02/02: 5
        cop "World Series" of basketball, 1953/04/24: 7
        ex-Chicago High ace signed by Globetrotters, 1946/05/03: 3
        experts say Trotters best in cage game, 1954/01/29: 5
        Garner, Bill (The Orbit), is Trotters' "new Wilt Chamberlain," 1963/08/30: 5
        Gipson, J. D., to be seen in action in San Antonio (photo), 1962/02/02: 5
        Globetrotters, Rens to face great field for world's cage crown, 1941/03/07: 3
        Grider, Josh, tells why he quit Trotters (photo), 1956/11/30: 5
        Hilliard, Leon, to appear in SA as Trotters' new dribbling phenomenon (photo), 1954/02/05: 5
        House of David, Globe Trotters meet Saturday, 1948/04/16: 3
        it will be jetting for the Globetrotters, 1958/11/28: 5
        LSU won't let Globetrotters play on campus, 1952/12/12: 1
        meet Newark, Rens try Dayton as Pro Cage meet starts, 1941/03/14: 3
        most Trotters are former college aces, 1960/03/18: 5
        prep for great court season, 1941/09/26: 2
        Rens, Trotters to play in court "World Series," 1939/03/03: 3
        San Antonio appearances, 1951/02/02: 5, 1952/01/18: 5, 1952/01/25: 5, 1952/02/08: 5, 1953/02/06: 5, 1954/01/15: 5, 1954/02/12: 5, 1956/02/10: 5, 1957/02/15: 5, 1958/01/10: 5, 1959/02/13: 5
          again panic San Antonio, 1954/02/19: 5
          amaze, delight 10,000 SA cage fans, 1950/02/17: 3
          annual San Antonio appearance Feb. 14, 1956/01/27: 5
          capacity crowd to see famed Trotters, Sat. (photo), 1950/02/10: 3
          celebrating 35th season, to be in San Antonio, Feb. 14, 1962/01/26: 5
          famed Globetrotters in Alamo Gym Feb. 11 (photo), 1950/02/03: 3
          Gibson, Althea, with Karol Fageros, added attraction to SA appearance of Globetrotters, 1959/11/13: 5
          Honolulu Surf Riders to be Globetrotter foes at Alamo Stadium, 1962/02/09: 5
          play NY Rens here Saturday (photos), 1951/02/09: 5
          standing room for Trotters in SA Monday, 1955/02/11: 5
          trot stuff in annual circus in San Antonio, 1957/02/22: 5
          the Trotters are coming to San Antonio (photo), 1953/01/30: 5
          Trotters are just as zany as ever in game in Alamo Stadium gym, 1958/01/24: 3
          Trotters do it again with filling the Alamo Gym, 1952/02/15: 5
          Trotters ham it up for their annual SA appearance (photo), 1963/03/01: 5
          Trotters in twin bill at Alamo Gym (photos), 1952/02/01: 5
          Trotters tickets on sale, 1957/02/08: 5
          unit of Globetrotters, including Leon Hillard and Ruben Bolen, to play here Tuesday (photo), 1959/02/06: 5
          will be seeking 214th straight win in game here, 1954/01/29: 5
          win 104th game here, 1951/02/16: 5
        Saperstein, Abe
          Globetrotters boss takes "sour grapes" attitude toward Bill Russell, 1957/01/04: 4
          honored at nation-wide testimonial dinner in Chicago April 24 (photo), 1957/02/15: 5
          honored by Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, 1953/03/27: 5
          receives Silver citation and Bulova watch from 100 Per Cent Wrong Club (photo), 1960/05/06: 2
        sell fabulous "Sweetwater" (Nathaniel Clifton) to NBA team, 1950/06/02: 3
        show classy hocus pocus, 1936/01/17: 2
        still "fabulous," but no. 1 clown billing goofed, 1956/02/17: 5
        Tatum, Goose
        trade Willie Gardner to NY Knickerbockers for $35,000, 1957/05/10: 5
        Trotters, Rens in pro cage meet, 1941/02/28: 3
        Trotters have longest winning streak in basketball history, 1953/01/02: 5
        Trotters just as 'fabulous' as ever (photo), 1953/02/13: 5
        Trotters magic bewilders US All Stars, 57-51, 1954/08/27: 5
        Trotters new funnyman, Meadowlark Lemon, is no "Goose" Tatum, 1956/12/07: 8 (filmed in 12/14 issue)
        Trotters not what they were, busted by Lakers, 1958/01/10: 5
        Trotters pull fast one--sign Walter Dukes, 1953/06/19: 6
        trounce College All Americans in series, 14-4, 1951/05/04: 5
        TV game to help Olympic fund, 1955/03/11: 2
        Virginia NAACP asks Trotters to cancel U. of Virginia benefit, 1966/03/18: 5
        wallop 1951 College All-Americans, 1951/04/06: 5
        win 219th straight before 20,392, 1953/01/09: 5
        win in Cleveland from College All Stars, 67-56, 1951/04/13: 5
        writer says Trotters slipping in big cities, 1956/04/20: 5
      Harlem Magicians
        'Bama groups protest Harlem Magicians in Jim Crow games, 1957/01/25: 7
        Goose Tatum-Marques Haynes' Harlem magicians open 160-game Dixie tour, 1955/12/30: 5
        Goose Tatum scores 14,637 points in past season, 1957/05/10: 5
        Magicians lucky in auto crash, 1957/03/08: 5
        play in San Antonio against Kentucky Colonels (photo), 1957/01/04: 5
      Harlem Queens, girl cage players needed, 1967/06/30: 6
      Harlem Stars
        Goose Tatum's cage team makes debut on Nov. 24, 1957/11/15: 4
        Goose Tatum's cagers booed in Australia, mistaken for Globetrotters, 1958/12/26: 5
      Harris, Bobby, San Antonian receives pro cage contract, 1955/05/20: 5
      Los Angeles Lakers
        Baylor, Elgin
        Knicks, Lakers get top men in NBA draft, 1964/05/15: 5
        rookie player, Gene Wiley, is unsung hero, 1963/03/08: 5
      McLendon, Johnny
      National Basketball Association (NBA)
        17 tan stars drafted by pro cage teams, 1963/05/17: 5
        Beaty, Zelmo, and Chet Walker named to NBA's All-Rookie team, 1963/03/29: 5
        NBA rosters list 39 tan players, top scorers dominate the spotlight, 1962/11/16: 5
        tan players dominate NBA at break time, 1963/02/01: 5
        western NBA teams have 5 Negro aces, 1957/12/27: 5
      New Orleans Buccaneers ink James Jones, Grambling, as no. 1 draft choice for $75,000, 1967/05/19: 5
      New York Knickerbockers
        Dukes, Walter
          big disappointment with Knicks, 1956/02/03: 5
          drafted by New York Knickerbockers, 1953/05/08: 7
        Gardner, Willie, traded to NY Knickerbockers by Trotters for $35,000, 1957/05/10: 5
        Hogue, Paul, now NBA foul 'champ,' outfouling Walter Dukes of the Detroit Pistons, 1962/12/14: 5
        Knicks, Lakers get top men in NBA draft, 1964/05/15: 5
        Reed, Willis
          captain referred to as one of best-dressed men in professional sports (photo), 1969/12/19: 6
          former Grambling great elected to NAIA Basketball Hall of Fame, 1970/03/13: 5
          named Louisiana's top professional athlete of the year, 1970/01/23: 5
        Russell, Cazzie Lee, Jr., also a busy panelist of the Canada Dry Sports Forum, 1970/01/02: 5
        Stith, Tom
          his spirit not broken, vows comeback from TB, 1961/05/12: 5
          whips TB, Knicks glad he's back in camp, 1962/06/22: 5
        tan stars stir title hopes, 1958/11/21: 5
      New York Nets, Ed Johnson, forward, gets lesson in income tax scoring (photo), 1970/04/17: 5
      Pabst Brewing Company to telecast all professional basketball games, 1966/08/05: 5
      Philadelphia Warriors
        five players fined in Celtics-Warriors brawl, 1962/04/20: 5
        Haynes, Marques, famed dribbler, shifted to Philly Warriors, 1953/11/20: 2
        only lily-white pro cage outfit, 1955/07/01: 5
        Rosenbluth, Lennie, ex-TSU ace, is pro cagers top rookie, 1958/03/14: 5
      pro teams vie for tan players in NBA, ABL basketball drafts, 1962/04/20: 5
      Ricketts, Dick, tapped by pros, 1955/04/22: 6
      Robinson, Ermer, ex-Trotter, coaches pros for newly organized Oakland, California team, 1962/10/26: 5
      Rogers, Guy, and Elgin Baylor drafted by pros, 1958/05/02: 5
      Russell, Bill
      San Francisco Warriors, former A and T basketball star, Al Atties, named assistant coach, 1968/05/24: 5
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1939), 1939/12/15: 3, 1939/12/29: 2
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1940), 1940/01/05: 3, 1940/01/12: 3, 1940/01/19: 3, 1940/01/26: 3, 1940/02/09: 3, 1940/02/16: 3, 1940/02/23: 3, 1940/12/13: 3, 1940/12/20: 3, 1940/12/27: 2
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1941), 1941/01/03: 3, 1941/01/17: 3, 1941/01/24: 2, 1941/01/31: 3, 1941/02/07: 2, 1941/02/14: 2, 1941/02/21: 3, 1941/02/28: 3, 1941/03/07: 8 (filmed in 03/14 issue), 1941/03/14: 3, 1942/01/02: 3, 1942/01/23: 3, 1942/01/30: 3, 1942/02/13: 2
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1942), 1942/01/09: 3, 1942/01/16: 3
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1943), 1943/01/15: 3, 1943/02/05: 3, 1943/02/26: 3, 1943/03/12: 3, 1943/03/19: 3, 1943/03/26: 3
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1944), 1944/01/07: 3, 1944/01/14: 3, 1944/01/21: 3, 1944/01/28: 3, 1944/02/04: 3, 1944/02/11: 3, 1944/02/18: 3, 1944/02/25: 3, 1944/03/03: 3
      Short Shots and Dribbles (column for 1945), 1945/01/12: 3, 1945/01/19: 3, 1945/01/26: 3, 1945/02/02: 3, 1945/02/09: 3, 1945/02/16: 3, 1945/02/23: 3, 1945/03/02: 3, 1945/03/09: 5, 1945/03/16: 3, 1945/03/23: 3, 1945/03/30: 3
      St. Louis Hawks
        Coach Paul Seymour blames firing on his starting Cleo Hill, 1961/12/01: 5
        Hill, Cleo, threatens to quit Hawks over not seeing enough action, 1962/02/23: 5
      Stokes, Maurice
      tan cagers prominent in pro drafts, 1959/04/17: 5
      Washington, DC Bears
        Bears are third Negro team to win pro cage title in five years, 1943/03/26: 3
        Negro team, Washington, DC Bears, wins world cage title, 1943/03/19: 3
      western NBA teams have 5 Negro aces, 1957/12/27: 5
    Baskin, Henryetta
      notice of death, 1968/07/26: 10 (filmed in 08/02 issue)
    Baskin, King
      notice of death, 1965/02/12: 7
    Baskin, Theresa
      6-year-old critically burned when dress blazes, 1965/02/05: 1
      burns fatal to 6-year-old girl, 1965/02/19: 1
      notice of death, 1965/02/26: 8 (filmed in 03/05 issue)
    Bass, Ezra
      drowns trying to cross stream on horse, 1936/05/01: 1
    Bassard, Charlie
      notice of death, 1968/04/12: 6
    Bassey, Hogan (Kid)
      Boyd, Bobby, Floyd Patterson, and Hogan (Kid) Bassey move up in latest ring ratings, 1956/07/06: 5
      champ is dutiful father (photo), 1958/02/21: 5
      featherweight king is Nigeria's first world champ, beating Cherif Hamia of France, 1957/07/05: 5
      manager asks Kid Bassey to quit ring, 1959/09/04: 5
      Moore, Davey
        slashes Kid Bassey for feather title, 1959/03/27: 5
        stops Kid Bassey to retain title, 1959/08/28: 5
      named national boxing coach in Nigeria, 1963/10/11: 5
      says Brown Bomber his inspiration, 1957/04/26: 5
    Basso, Fr. John F.
      Corpus Christi pastor elevated to domestic prelate, with title of right reverend monsignor, 1944/11/17: 1
      Rt. Rev. Basso is elevated to domestic prelate, 1945/02/02: 1
    Bateman, Alonzo
      notice of death, 1963/02/01: 8
    Bateman, Boise
      brother of Mrs. Eddie L. Harris claimed by death in Amarillo, 1960/05/20: 8 (filmed in 05/27 issue)
      funeral services held for Amarillo man found dead in his apartment (photo), 1960/05/27: 3
    Bateman, Frank
      loses foot under switch engine, 1945/11/23: 1
    Bateman, Girlie V.
      San Antonio student elected "Miss Mary Allen" at Homecoming (Mary Allen Junior College, Crockett, TX), 1948/12/17: 3, 1949/12/09 Supp: 1
        (photo), 1949/12/02 Supp: 2
    Bateman, Janie M.
      extended illness fatal to retired Texas teacher, 1956/01/13: 1
    Bates, Agnes F.
      notice of death, 1958/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue)
    Bates, Alvin
      date of taxi cab driver's trial for assault of Alvin Bates must be reset, 1936/10/02: 1
      shot by taxi driver, C. B. Goode, after brandishing knife, 1936/05/22: 1
      trial of cabby, C. B. Goode, who shot fare, set for Tuesday; argument over twenty cent charge led to near-fatal fracas, 1936/09/25: 1
    Bates, [baby girl]
      notice of death, 1967/10/27: 10 (filmed in 11/03 issue)
    Bates, Cecar
      notice of death, 1935/05/17: 8 (filmed in 06/07 issue)
    Bates, Daisy (Mrs. L. C., President of Arkansas branch of NAACP)
      book by, The Long Shadow of Little Rock, published in Russia, 1965/12/17: 3
      divorce
        divorce from husband, L. C. Bates, ends 21-year marriage, 1963/03/15: 3
        sues husband for divorce, 1963/01/11: 1
      integration of Little Rock's Central High School
        Arkansas leader lauds Ike [President Eisenhower], but says he hedged, 1958/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue)
        lauded by NAACP board for role in Little Rock crisis, 1957/10/04: 1
        not time yet to withdraw troops, says Bates, 1957/11/01: 3
        Spingarn Medal awarded to "Little Rock Nine" and Mrs. L. C. Bates, president of Arkansas NAACP, 1958/06/13: 1
      LA woman editor calls Bates' newspaper "one of worst," 1960/04/08: 2
      NAACP roster secrecy
        The Little Rock Bates Need Help (editorial), 1959/12/18: 4
        plane carrying Mrs. Bates gets bomb scare, 1959/10/16: 1
        receives $1000 check, 1960/01/15: 3
        released from Little Rock Hospital, 1959/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
        request for federal protection is hot potato, 1959/08/28: 1
        speaker calls Bates-Faubus meeting, 'miracle,' 1960/01/01: 6
        Supreme Court decision
          Little Rock anti-NAACP convictions before Supreme Court, 1959/11/27: 1
          Supreme Court upholds NAACP roster secrecy, 1960/03/04: 1
          That Goes for Texas, Too! [Supreme Court decision will invalidate Texas law] (editorial), 1960/03/04: 4
          trial is reset for February for violating edict aimed at NAACP, 1958/01/24: 3
        two fund drives launched to aid Bates, 1959/12/18: 1
      points up the "why" of leadership at Women's Day observance at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama, 1958/12/12: 3
      stricken Mrs. Daisy Bates reported better, 1965/08/20: 6
    Bates, Edward
      41-year-old war veteran found hanged, 1964/10/16: 1
      notice of death, 1964/10/23: 8 (filmed in 10/30 issue)
    Bates, Frank M.
      owner of Whopper Burger, thanks East-Siders for making hamburger chain a success (photo), 1960/06/03: 6
    Bates, Gale Marie
      notice of death, 1969/03/14: 10 (filmed in 03/21 issue)
    Bates, Hilda L.
      notice of death, 1968/07/12: 4
    Bates, Margie
      third place winner of Cooking School baking contest (photo), 1957/04/05: 1
    Bates, Mary
      notice of death, 1962/02/09: 8
    Bates, Mary Jane
      funeral services held, 1957/02/22: 8 (filmed in 03/01 issue)
    Bates, Minerva
      three Negro San Antonio city employees retire, 1958/08/01: 6
    Batie, Ella
      notice of death, 1967/01/27: 10 (filmed in 02/03 issue)
    Batiste, Maj. Harold E., Jr.
      major always ready for new challenges, 1968/08/16: 5
    Battey, Earl
      holds on to ball even though unconscious [while playing for Minneapolis Twins], 1964/05/22: 3
      scribe wonders why Earl Battey was Chicago White Sox's "forgotten man" of World Series, 1950/08/11: 31959/10/23: 1
      Vic Power, Earl Battey engage in knuckle rumble, 1960/07/29: 5
      Washington Senators
        credited with perking up Sens, 1960/07/08: 5
        Senator's No. 1 catcher, 1960/04/29: 5
    Battiste, Wesley
      notice of death, 1962/10/26: 8
    Battle, Bertha L.
      notice of death, 1969/02/28: 10 (filmed in 03/07 issue)
    Battle, Joyce Marie
      crowned Queen of Phillis Wheatley High School "W" Club (photo), 1961/05/12 Supp: 1
    Battle, Sheryl A.
      graduates from Spelman College, Atlanta (photo), 1969/06/20: 8
    Battle, Willie Eddie
      notice of death, 1967/07/07: 10
    "Battle of Songs"
      See specific church names
      at Library Auditorium
    Battles, Earl Tom
      52-year-old man killed in head-on collision, 1963/07/05: 1
      notice of death, 1963/07/19: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue)
    Bauers, Sgt. Monroe (Zipp Alley Murder)
      murdered in holdup by three men; Alex Brady White alias "Little Brother" and A. J. Williams arrested, police seeking a third, 1945/10/26: 1
      Perkins, Henry J. ("Goose Creek"), sought in Zipp Alley case caught in East, being returned from Harrisburg, Pa, 1945/11/02: 1
      three given life in slaying of GI, 1945/12/14: 1
    Baugh, J. Don
      guest speaker, Women's Society of Christian Service, St. Paul ME Church (photo), 1961/07/14: 4
    Bayes, Laura Jean
      addresses Catholic Action Group, 1947/08/08: 6
      Children's Bureau worker beaten by Edna Mae Hutchinson over child custody decision, 1951/08/17: 1
      social worker at Children's Service Bureau (photo), 1946/08/30: 1
      speaker at Second Baptist Church's Women's Day program (photo), 1947/07/25: 6
    Baylor, Althea Beauty
      notice of death, 1961/10/20: 8
    Baylor, Elgin
      all-star games/teams
        with Bill Russell, on NBA All-Star team, 1959/04/03: 5
        with "Boo" Ellis, in star cage game at Woodlawn gym, 1959/07/31: 5
        four Negroes named to All-American cage team, including Wilt Chamberlain and Elgin Baylor, 1958/03/14: 5
        three Negroes, Wilt Chamberlain, Elgin Baylor, and Guy Rodgers, on Look All-America cage squad, 1957/03/22: 5
        with Wilt Chamberlain, named to All-Star pro team, 1960/03/25: 5
      army cot has to be lengthened for Army Reservist Baylor, 1961/08/25: 5
      awards and honors
        achieves NBA milestone of 10,000 points, 1963/02/22: 3
        on BAMC duty tour; awarded, has anniversary, 1959/07/10: 5
        Baylor, Robertson, Russell rated tops at their positions, 1969/01/24: 6
        chosen outstanding player after leading Minneapolis Lakers to 112-95 victory over Philadelphia Warriors, 1959/01/09: 5
        given standing ovation in final game, 1961/11/24: 5
        NBA coaches say Elgin Baylor probably "greatest," 1959/03/13: 5
        receives "Athlete of Year" trophy from 100 Per Cent Wrong Club (photo), 1960/05/06: 2
        receives Jack McCracken Memorial award after being named "best in nation," 1958/04/04: 5
      and Bill Russell see most action, 1959/03/13: 5
      degree before pro play, says Baylor, 1958/05/16: 5
      and Guy Rogers, drafted by pros, 1958/05/02: 5
      hits 71 for new scoring mark, 1960/11/25: 5
      Knicks offer whole team, coach for Elgin Baylor, 1960/01/01: 5
      Los Angeles Lakers sign Baker to 5-year contract for $250,000, 1961/07/14: 5
      pros draft Elgin Baylor and Guy Rogers, 1958/05/02: 5
      scores 55 points to set NBA record, 1959/03/06: 5
      Seattle meet hopes rest on tan cager, 1957/03/22: 5
      sit-down protests
        Charleston racists want Baylor "punished" for staging sitdown protest, 1959/01/30: 5
        NBA and Lakers prexy support Baylor in sit-down protest, 1959/02/06: 5
      wife says Baylor is staunch rights fighter, 1963/10/25: 5
    Baylor, Sadie L.
      St. Joseph Baptist Church
        missionary and healer participates in special services, 1959/08/07: 6 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
        Women's Day guest speaker, 1961/07/21: 6
    Baylor University (Waco, TX)
      first full-time Negro professor hired, 1966/05/20: 1
      integrates athletics, 1963/11/29: 5
      Negro collegians participate in Baptist Student Union meeting, 1955/10/21: 1
      Simmons, Douglas M., Dallas, to enter College of Dentistry with scholarship from W. K. Kellogg Foundation (photo), 1969/07/04: 6
    Beacon Light Lodge
    Beagle, Gail
      receives award for service to Congressman Henry B. Gonzales from Theta Sigma Phi Society (Jo's Jottings), 1968/05/10: 8
    Beal, Lucius
      Cuero Cotton Oil Mill worker retires after 35 years' service, 1964/01/24: 2
      Cuero couple celebrates golden anniversary (photo), 1967/11/03: 8
    Beal, Richard
      mother of man knifed by noise-makers, passes, 1942/09/11: 1
      near death following attack by Willie Adwell Safford and Allen Mack, 1942/09/04: 1
    Bealer, TSgt. Gene D.
      selected "Maintenance Non-commissioned Officer of the Month" at Kelly AFB (photo), 1968/07/12: 1
    Beamon, John Wesket
      notice of death, 1962/04/13: 8
    Bean, [baby boy]
      notice of death, 1967/03/24: 10 (filmed in 03/31 issue)
    Bean, Charles Emmett
      missing Seguin man, found slain, buried; grandson, William Cornelius Neece, held, 1950/09/15: 1
      Neece, William Cornelius, says killing of granddad, Charles Emmett Bean, accidental, 1950/10/10: 1
      Seguin veteran, Neece, gets pen for Granddad's murder, 1950/12/29:1
      Seguin veteran of World War II, admits killing, burying grandfather, Charles Emmett Bean, 1940/09/22: 1
    Bean, Daisy Lee Barnes
      funeral services held, 1957/05/17: 8 (filmed in 05/24 issue)
    Bean, Effie Fennell
      Seguin woman taken by death, 1955/09/30: 2
    Bean, Elizabeth
      SA resident for more than 50 years, buried, 1954/04/23: 3
    Bean, Floyd
      husband, wife and, daughter suffer burns in truck fire, 1948/01/30: 1
    Bean, Gary Odell
      notice of death, 1964/04/24: 8
    Bean, Nellie
      intent on catching bus, is killed as she runs into auto driven by Vivena Craft, 1956/08/10: 1
    Bean, Pattie Norwood
      final rites held August 14 in Seguin, 1957/08/23: 6
    Bean, Ronald Troy
      notice of death, 1969/07/25: 10 (filmed in 08/01 issue)
    Bean, William
      dies in truck fire on way to new life in California, 1948/01/30: 1
      shot accidentally as revolver is fired, 1939/01/13: 1
    Bean, William B., Sr.
      shotgun death of man ruled accident; coroner's first verdict is reversed, 1948/10/29: 1
    Bean, Cpl. Willie H., Jr.
      gets Army combat badge (photo), 1951/09/28: 6
      reassigned from Korea to Japan (photo), 1952/02/08: 8 (filmed in 02/15 issue)
    Beans, Estella
      obsequies held, 1962/05/25: 4
    Beard, MSgt. Allen
      funeral services held, 1966/03/11: 1
      notice of death, 1966/03/11: 8
    Beard, Clemmie
      attends convention of National United Ushers Convention of America, Inc. (photo), 1960/10/07 Supp: 4
      notice of death, 1962/07/20: 8
      obsequies held (photo), 1962/07/13: 1
    Beard, James D.
      guest soloist, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, annual spring musical, 1966/05/13: 6
      music director, Progressive Baptist Church
        honored by Progressive Baptist Church with appreciation musical (photo), 1963/08/30: 2
        music director delivers address at first musical of year (photo), 1965/02/19: 7
      Shiloh Baptist Church, part-time organist appointed as program chairman for musical, "The Passion" (photo), 1966/03/25: 4
    Beasley, Aaron
      notice of death, 1965/01/15: 8 (filmed in 01/22 issue)
    Beasley, [baby boy]
      notice of death, 1962/10/19: 8
    Beasley, Charles
      Campbell, Cpl. Alphonso B., given 5-year probationary term for murder, 1950/02/17: 1
      man's own blade plunged into chest in fatal knifing by soldier, Alphonso B. Campbell, 1949/12/30: 1
      San Antonio man fatally stricken by heart attack, 1953/05/29: 1
    Beasley, Ella
      final rites set, 1962/01/19: 1
      obsequies held, 1962/02/02: 8
    Beasley, Frances C.
      notice of death, 1959/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue)
    Beasley, John
      blind man robbed of lifelong savings; some money recovered, 1945/02/02: 1
      notice of death, 1958/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue)
    Beasley, Lillie
      notice of death, 1965/04/23: 8 (filmed in 04/30 issue)
    Beasley, Mrs. P. H.
      rites held, 1947/07/04: 8 (filmed in 07/11 issue)
    Beasley, Porter
      rites to be conducted for former San Antonian in Los Angeles, 1964/03/27: 7
    Beasley, Robert
      notice of death, 1936/04/03: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue)
      pioneer resident expires quietly, 1936/04/03: 1
    Beasley, Shirley Diane
      makes debut (photo), 1969/02/28: 8
    Beasley, Mrs. Van Dalia Wright
      retires from classroom teaching at Dorie Miller Elementary School (photo), 1969/07/25: 8
    "Beau Jack" (Sidney Walker)
    Beauchamp, Amanda
      death of (Bethel AME news), 1935/07/19: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue)
      fails to survive surgery, 1935/07/12: 1
    Beauticians
    Beauticians Guild
      meetings held in 1962 (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/14 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1962, 1962/11/02 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1963, 1963/11/22: 6
      sponsors talent show with guest artist "Dora" (Jo's Jottings), 1962/10/05 Supp: 4
    Beauticians State Instructors Council of Texas
      annual Founders' Day observed with services at St. John Independent Allen Methodist Church (Jo's Jottings), 1961/12/01 Supp: 3
      beauticians attending annual meeting in Dallas (photo), 1963/04/05 Supp: 2
      Cunningham, Valese, hairstyle guest artist for annual meeting held in Dallas (photo), 1963/03/29 Supp: 4
        Jo's Jottings, 1963/03/29 Supp: 4
      holds annual March meeting in San Antonio, 1959/03/27: 6
    Beauty Instructors Councils
    Beauty Salons, Schools, and Businesses
      See also Beauticians Guild
      See also City-Wide Licensed Beauticians Club
      See also San Antonio Beauty Shop Owners Business and Civic Club
      See also San Antonio Hairdressers' Association
      See also State-Wide Licensed Beauticians Club
      See also Texas State Association and Beauty Culturist League No. 47
      See also Texas State Association of Colored Beauticians
      See also United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association
      AFRAM House
        founder, Blanche Calloway, makes guest appearance in SA (photo), 1969/09/26: 9
        goes international; distributorship granted for Republic of Panama, 1969/10/03: 9
        Harper, Ruth, joins AFRAM House as beauty consultant (photo), 1969/11/21: 9
      Amos, Henrietta, now at Price's Beauty Salon (photo), 1946/11/01: 6
      Applin, Lillian F., on staff as expert beauty operator and hair stylist, Aretta's Beauty Salon (photo), 1954/03/12: 6
      Aretta's Beauty Salon
        announces opening March 15 (photo), 1954/03/12: 6
        Applin, Lillian F., expert beauty operator and hair stylist on staff (photo), 1954/03/12: 6
        beauty salon opens, 1954/03/05: 6
        celebrates first year of service, 1945/02/16: 6
        hair and scalp care a specialty, 1954/03/19: 6
        reopens, 1957/01/25: 6
        salon opens (photo), 1944/02/11: 6
        Thomas, Madame Aretta
          in business as hair and scalp specialist, 1952/10/10: 6
          offers expert scalp treatment, 1945/03/09: 6
          patrons tell of benefits from Mme. Thomas' treatments (photos), 1946/02/22: 6
          scalp specialist (photo), 1945/02/16: 6
      Armstead, Mrs. A. L., opens beauty shop, 1942/01/16: 6
      Avenue Beauty Salon, formerly called Price's Beauty Salon; under new management, 1950/07/28: 6
      Bagby's
        Murphy, Mattie, new manager, 1960/01/22: 6
        to reopen barber, beauty shop, 1950/08/18: 6
      Barnett, Dorothea, St. Clair Beauty School graduate passes State Board, awarded license, 1943/03/19: 6, 1943/03/26: 6
      Barton Greenley Beauty Salon
        adds Mattie M. Lindsey to their staff, 1963/04/12: 6
        special rates offered, 1963/07/26: 6
        specializes in problem hair, 1964/09/04: 6
      Barton's Beauty Salon
        Byrd, Josephine, employed, 1959/05/15: 6
        Hamm, Harry, returns from beauty clinic, 1960/09/02: 6
        MacMurray, Calia moves from Barton's to Maggie Jones Beauty Shop, 1960/01/01: 6
        offers pre-holiday sale on services, 1959/12/04: 6
        operators and specialties (photo), 1960/08/05: 6
      Beard, Mae E., now at Beverly Beauty Salon, 1946/02/15: 6
      beauticians' clinic set for Sept 14-15 at Powder Puff Beauty Salon, 1953/09/11: 6
      beauticians invited to worship April 13 at Refuge Church, 1952/04/11: 4
      beauticians unite to seek repeal of city ordinance, 1947/05/02: 1
      Beauty Nook
        appreciative of continued patronage, 1958/12/19: 6
        now open for business, 1958/11/28: 6
      Beauty Shoppe of Charm offers complete service, 1945/11/16: 6
      beauty shops hold open house April 3-20, 1952/04/11: 7
      Beckwith Beauty Shop
        Goodley, Mrs. Grady, in new location, 1952/10/03: 6
        Knight, Berthella, now operating at Beckwith's (photo), 1952/08/01: 6
        Warren, Iola, returns, 1951/10/19: 6
      Bell, Rose Mary Nichols, now back at Henrietta's Beauty Shop (photo), 1946/06/28: 6
      Bellinger, Darlene, receives honorable mention 1st annual hair style show in Houston (photo), 1960/02/26: 6
      Bellinger, Maxine, joins staff of Dunbar Beauty Shop (photo), 1945/05/04: 6
      Bennett, Earline, G., Edmerson Beauty Salon, specializes in all types of hair styling (photo), 1954/07/30: 6
      Bernice Beauty Parlor has formal opening (photo), 1945/03/09: 6
      Beverly's Beauty Salon
        Beard, Mae E., now at Beverly Beauty Salon, 1946/02/15: 6
        Newton, Precious, opens salon on North New Braunfels, 1962/04/20: 6
        offers expert service (photo), 1945/11/30: 5
        offers many services, 1946/03/01: 4
      Bilton's Beauty Shop open for business, 1949/12/16: 6
      Blount, Blanche B., is licensed operator at Bumbrey's Beauty Salon (photo), 1954/08/20: 6
      Blue Dahlia Beauty Salon
        open for business, 1951/10/19: 6
        opens with Marine S. Pittman as manager and Ella Mae Jones as operator (photo), 1951/09/21: 6
      Bon Ton Beauty Salon now open, 1944/07/21: 6
      Boyd, Darlene, returns from study in California, 1955/07/08: 6
      Briscoe Beauty Salon
        Easter, Mrs. Doris R., added to staff (photo), 1949/03/25: 6
        radio stolen, 1947/05/09: 1
      Brown, Beetie, introduces Wylon beauty products to San Antonio (photo), 1954/04/09: 6
      Brown, Hattie, joins Mills Beauty Shop (photo), 1944/02/11: 6
      Brown's Beauty Shop
        Brown, Lillie Bell, opens Brown's Beauty Shop (photo), 1955/07/01: 6
        Flake, Rosie (Rosa) Emma, joins Brown's Beauty Shop (photo), 1946/05/17: 6
        under new management, 1957/10/04: 6
        Richardson, Mrs. K., is manager, 1948/10/08: 6
        Smith, Ethel Tippen, joins staff, 1957/10/25: 6
      Bryant, Maud C.
        See Beauty Salons, Schools, and Businesses, Maud's Beauty Shop
      Bumbrey's Beauty Salon
        Blount, Blanche B., is licensed operator at Bumbrey's (photo), 1954/08/20: 6
        Bumbrey, E. E., heads staff of beauty shop operators, 1954/12/17: 6
        Duffie, Ella Mae, now at Bumbrey's, 1946/09/13: 6
        Ford, Mrs. Macola, is new operator, 1949/08/12: 6
        Fuery, Verdie Mae, for special scalp treatment, 1946/09/27: 6
        Knight, Mrs. Berthella (Brooks), takes over as manager and operator, 1946/09/13: 6
        Miller, Iola, on salon staff, 1953/08/21: 6
        new beauty salon opens formally, 1946/07/19: 6
        under new management, 1948/10/08: 6
        offers best of service, 1946/09/27: 6
        offers superior service, 1947/05/02: 6
        Prince, Mrs. C. W., added to staff; special for next week, 1949/08/19: 6
        reopened for business, 1950/11/10: 6
        "Scalp Clinic" at Bumbrey's, 1946/09/06: 6
        special for next week; Mrs. C. W. Prince added to staff, 1949/08/19: 6
        Taylor, Dorothy, licensed operator at Bumbrey's, 1953/08/21: 6
      Burleson's Beauty Shop specializes in hair growth, wig styling, 1965/12/10: 7
      Byrd, Josephine
        employed at Barton's Beauty Salon, 1959/05/15: 6
        returns to Wyse Beauty Shop after illness, 1958/12/05: 6
      Cadessa's Beauty Shop opens March 14, 1949/03/11: 6
      Capitol City Beauty School opens in Austin, 1936/01/03: 2
      Career Girl Beauty Shop specializes in tinting, 1965/11/26: 6
      Carlton's Beauty Shop hires Mildred Norman, graduate of Hicks Beauty School (photo), 1954/08/20: 6
      Charleston, Lucile, now at Vertie's Beauty Shop, 1948/07/02: 6
      Chase, Juanita, recent Hicks graduate, joins staff of Hicks Beauty Shop (photo), 1945/05/11: 6
      Chat and Curl Beauty Salon
        Green, Hazel, new operator, 1968/05/10: 9
        holds formal opening, Aug. 5, 1962/08/03: 6
        offers "back-to-school" specials, 1962/08/24: 6
        offers complete beauty service, 1962/11/09: 6
        open house held with attendance prizes and refreshments (Jo's Jottings), 1962/08/17 Supp: 4
      Cinderella's Beauty Salon
        hours of operation, 1944/07/21: 6
        open again, 1946/11/01: 6
        opening of, 1944/05/05: 6
      Clark Street Beauty Salon
        offers specials, 1960/05/27: 6
        reopens, 1960/05/13: 6
      Clay, C., want to make your hair beautiful? call for appointment (photo), 1958/03/07: 6
      Cleo's Beauty Salon
        Powell, Faye Shelton, joins staff (photo), 1945/05/11: 6
        Shelton, Mrs. E. W., operates Cleo's Beauty Salon (photo), 1945/05/11: 6
      Cleveland, Bertha, joins staff of Fairfax Beauty Salon, 1957/11/22: 6
      Cole, Mrs. Frankie
        licensed beautician, 1946/05/03: 6
        on staff at Thompson's Salon, 1949/05/27: 6
      Coleman, Clarice and Ima Dixon, move to Houston Street location, 1947/05/30: 6
      Coliseum Beauty Shop
        Harris, Vera Ella, now located at Coliseum, 1957/12/20: 6
        now open, 1954/01/08: 6
        opens under new management, 1968/04/05: 8
        three teenage thieves caught during burglary, 1958/09/19: 1
      Collins Beauty Shop
        Collins, Aline, offers free treatments after her return from vacation, 1946/11/08: 5 (Section 2)
        opened by Mrs. A. Collins (photo), 1946/05/17: 6
      Constance's Beauty Salon
        modernly equipped with central heating and TV viewing, 1962/12/14: 6
        under new management, 1962/12/07: 6
      Crescent Hilltop Beauty Salon
        closed until Dec. 17, 1946/12/13: 6
        hair weaving offered, 1961/06/09: 6
        opens, 1941/06/06: 6
        operators and their specialties (photo), 1961/03/17: 6
        sales and services offered on wigs, hair pieces, 1965/04/02: 6
      Cuffins, Helena, attends National Association of "Hair Weev" Technicians in New York (Jo's Jottings), 1961/10/06 Supp: 3
      Daniels, Elizabeth, offers expert beauty service at reasonable rates, 1962/05/11: 6
      Davis Beauty Salon makes special offer, 1945/11/02: 6
      D'Cocoa Modeling School is 1st black modeling school and agency in San Antonio with co-directors, Jefri Willis and Gracie Griffin, 1970/05/15: 4
      De Jan's Beauty Salon
        adds new hair stylist, 1944/08/04: 6
        in new location, 1944/03/17: 5
        new telephone number, 1948/07/30: 6
      De Luxe Barber and Beauty Shops managed by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith, 1950/12/01: 6
      Deluxe Beauty Shop
        acquires services of Mrs. Lincoln Sheffield, 1957/09/06: 6
        Houston, Bessie, joins staff, 1955/09/09: 4
      Dibrell, Christine, joins Hicks Beauty Shop (photo), 1946/05/17: 6
      Dixon, Ima
        Clarice Coleman and Ima Dixon move to Houston Street location, 1947/05/30: 6
        Ima Dixon's Beauty Shop to be closed Aug. 17 thru Sept. 1, 1952/08/08: 6
      Dorothea's Beauty Knook opens for business, 1968/09/27: 8
      Dorothy's Beauty Shop, opened by Dorothy Flowers Thomas (photo), 1953/02/20: 6
      Duffie, Ella Mae, now at Bumbrey's, 1946/09/13: 6
      Duffy's Cosmetic and Beauty Supply names winners of the week, 1967/10/27: 9
      Dunbar Beauty Shop
        Bellinger, Maxine, joins staff (photo), 1945/05/04: 6
        Jones, Elizabeth, new operator, 1946/12/13: 6
        under new management, 1953/09/11: 6
        offers all services, 1947/01/10: 6
        re-opens for business, 1949/09/16: 6
        Wauls, Jerlean, now at Dunbar (photo), 1954/11/26: 6
      East End Beauty Shop
        closed until Oct. 1, 1944/08/11: 6
        Jackson, Jesseleane joins staff, 1944/04/21: 6
        reopens, 1945/02/09: 6
        Williams, Jewel added to staff, 1944/06/09: 6
      East Side Barber Shop, beauty shop located in, now open for business, 1968/11/08: 9
      Easter, Doris R., added to staff of Briscoe Beauty Salon (photo), 1949/03/25: 6
      Economy Beauty Salon
        Green, Hazel E., now at Economy Beauty Salon, 1960/05/27: 6
        offers glamorous styles, 1960/12/16: 6
        Simmons, Mrs. B., now an operator, 1961/09/08: 6
        uses newest methods, 1957/08/30: 6
        uses only the best and newest products, 1957/09/06: 6
      Economy Beauty Salon and Supply Company offers supplies at regular jobber prices, 1960/05/20: 6
      Edmerson Beauty Salon
        announces operators, 1944/07/07: 6
        Bennett, Earline G., specializes in all types of hair styling (photo), 1954/07/30: 6
        Harper, Ella, now operating at Edmerson's, 1962/12/21: 6
        holds beauty demonstration Monday, August 12, 1957/08/09: 6
        invites patronage, 1944/07/21: 6
      Elmore, Carrie L.
      Elmore Beauty Parlor reopened by Mrs. Clardy, 1933/12/22: 6
      Erma B's Beauty Shop now open, 1944/06/23: 6
      Erma's Beauty Salon now open, 1958/03/28: 6
      Etta's Beauty Salon specializes in permanents, 1969/04/18: 9
      Evans, Bernice
      Ezebb, Catherine, is assistant manager at Maggie Jones Beauty Shop, 1947/11/14: 6
      Fairfax Beauty Salon
        Cleveland, Bertha, joins staff, 1957/11/22: 6
        offers late appointments, 1957/04/19: 6
        offers special prices, 1956/02/10: 6
        operating under new management, 1955/06/24: 6
        Richardson, Juanita, now at Fairfax Beauty Salon, 1947/08/29: 6
        Williams, Elfreda Davis
          Austin beautician now at Fairfax, 1956/01/06: 6
          returns to Fairfax, 1958/01/24: 6
      Fashion Beauty Salon announces its opening Monday, Aug. 25, 1952/08/22: 6
      Fashionette Beauty Salon now open for business, 1946/12/27: 6
      Fennell, Frances (Francis)
        recent graduate of New Jersey institution (photo), 1948/07/16 Supp: 4
        Seguin, works weekends at Nancy's Beauty Shop (photo), 1965/06/11: 6
      Flake, Rosa (Rosie) E.
        Franklin Beauty Bar opens for business, 1947/08/15: 6
        joins Brown's Beauty Shop (photo), 1946/05/17: 6
      Flanagan's Beauty Shop
        Lillian Flanagan returns to San Antonio, sets up own shop, 1956/06/08: 6
        now open for business, 1957/08/16: 6
      Forcey, Mrs. Bobbie L. Buchanan, moves to Hammond's Beauty Shop, 1947/05/16: 6
      Ford, Mrs. Macola, new operator of Bumbrey's Beauty Salon, 1949/08/12: 6
      Fowler, Lillie, returns to establish beauty salon in Alamo city (photo), 1936/01/17: 6
      Frenchee's Wig and Beauty Salon holds "wig party," 1964/10/30: 6
      Fuery, Verdie Mae, Bumbrey's Beauty Salon, for special scalp treatment, 1946/09/27: 6
      G and R Beauty Haven gets new stylist, Dorothea Johnson, 1968/05/10: 9
      Garner, Lottie, offers new concept in wiggery, 1970/06/05: 6
      Garnett's Beauty Salon
        acquires services of Geraldine Collier Thompson, 1958/06/06: 6
        offers Thursday, Friday, Saturday special, 1959/10/23: 6
      Gates, Mrs. E., inspector of beauticians for district, speaks to SA beauticians, 1943/05/21: 6
      Gelena's Beauty Shop again open for business, 1948/06/11: 6
      Georgia's Beauty Shop
        Duncan, Euphemia Lewis, now at Georgia's, 1961/06/16: 6
        Jamerson, Eloise, former beauty shop owner joins staff (photo), 1949/11/04: 6
        Lindsey, Myrtle Littlefield, now at Georgia's, 1959/02/06: 6
        offers special for July 24-August 7, 1958/07/25: 6
        offers Xmas specials, 1969/12/12: 9
        Thomas, Joyce M. R., now working at Georgia's (photo), 1952/10/03: 6
        for your beauty needs, 1946/07/12: 6
      Gibson (Gipson) Beauty Salon
        announces hours, 1954/01/08: 6
        open daily Monday through Saturday, 1952/06/13: 6
        open for business, 1952/05/23: 6
        Tinnell, Peggy J., at Gibson Beauty Salon, 1956/04/20: 6
      Givens, Mrs. C. E., youngest instructor to pass state exam (photo), 1947/02/07: 6
      Gladys' Beauty Salon open for business (photos), 1940/07/05: 6
      Glamor Wig Shop, Mahalie Jane Yarbrough is saleswoman (photo), 1966/11/18: 7
      Glasco, Miss Augusta, is licensed beautician, 1947/09/26: 6
      Glass, Annie Marie, well-known as "Buttercup," joins staff at Sarah and Ann's Beauty Shop (photo), 1953/06/05: 6
      Goldie's Beauty Shop now open in Seguin, 1958/08/15: 2
      Goodley, Mrs. Grady, in new location at Beckwith Beauty Shop, 1952/10/03: 6
      Grant, Ruby J., announces return to Marguerite's Salon, 1968/04/19: 8
      Green, Earlene C., back at her original booth at New Light Beauty Salon (photo), 1946/05/10: 6
      Green, Hazel E.
        new operator at Chat and Curl Beauty Salon, 1968/05/10: 9
        now at Economy Beauty Salon, 1960/05/27: 6
      Greenly's Beauty Shop
        Rice, Yvonne, joins staff, 1966/04/29: 6
        specialized staff named, 1961/08/04: 6
      Greenwood, Myrtle Lee, owner of Myrtle's Beauty Shop (photo), 1946/06/28: 6
      Grice, Maggie
      Hall, Erma, added to staff of beauty salon at local downtown hotel (photo), 1963/02/01 Supp: 4
      Hall, Mrs. J. E.
        See Beauty Salons, Schools, and Businesses, Open Door Beauty College
      Hammond Beauty Shop
        Forcey, Mrs. Bobbie L. Buchanan, moves to Hammonds Beauty Shop, 1947/05/16: 6
        Thompson, Ella Louise, to open shop (photo), 1947/04/18: 6
      Hanson, Gladys, is licensed beautician, 1947/05/16: 6
      Harris, Mrs. Augusta C., departs for Los Angeles (photo), 1948/04/16: 6
      Harris, Vera Ella, now located at Coliseum Beauty Shop, 1957/12/20: 6
      Henderson, Elizabeth Jones, new manager of Margaret's Beauty Salon, 1947/10/03: 6, 1947/10/24: 6
      Henrietta's Beauty Shop
        Bell, Mrs. Rose Mary Nichols, back at Henrietta's (photo), 1946/06/28: 6
        Johnson, Lavenia, invites friends to visit (photo), 1946/06/07: 6
      Hicks Beauty School
      Hicks Beauty Shop
        6 customers to get free scalp treatment, 1965/09/24: 6
        Chase, Mrs. Juanita, recent Hicks graduate, joins staff (photo), 1945/05/11: 6
        Dibrell, Christine, joins Hicks (photo), 1946/05/17: 6
        Huff, Mattie Louise, operator at Hicks Beauty Shop (photo), 1945/12/14: 6
        Mills, Mrs. Lorene, now a staff member (photo), 1945/11/30: 6
        Wormley, Vessie, takes charge (photo), 1945/12/07: 6
      Hill's Wig and Beauty Salon
        Easter sale in progress, 1970/03/20: 7
        offers specials, 1967/06/23: 9, 1969/12/05: 7
          "back to school" specials, 1970/01/02: 9
          June special on all wigs and hair pieces, 1970/06/05: 9
        offers wide variety of wigs and hair pieces, 1967/09/22: 8
        wig sale under way at Hill's, 1970/02/13: 9
      Hodges, Miss Loretta H., receives state license (photo), 1947/08/01: 6
      Hosey, Lillian, owner of Lillian's House of Beauty, Victoria, opens after returning from study with Comer and Doran of Hollywood (photo), 1956/08/10: 6
      Houston, Bessie, joins staff of Deluxe Beauty Shop, 1955/09/09: 4
      Huff, Mattie Louise
        now at Scottie's Beauty Shop, 1946/05/10: 6
        operator at Hicks Beauty Shop (photo), 1945/12/14: 6
      Ima Dixon's Beauty Shop to be closed Aug. 17 thru Sept. 1, 1952/08/08: 6
      Iowa Beauty Shop reopens March 2, 1954/02/26: 6
      Irma's Beauty Salon
        invites patronage, 1961/10/06: 6
        transfers from West Side to East Side, 1958/07/25: 6
      J. Strickland and Company, Memphis appoints Joseph D. Hardy, Jackson College, as market research consultant for Royal Crown Hair preparations (photo), 1959/01/30: 2
      Jackson, Jesseleane, joins staff at East End Beauty Shop, 1944/04/21: 6
      Jamerson, Eloise, former beauty shop owner joins staff at Georgia's Beauty Shop (photo), 1949/11/04: 6
      James, Minnie Lee Steen, recently passed state boards (photo), 1946/02/15: 6
      Jeffrey, Mrs. Pinkie, proprietess of Pinkie's Beauty Salon (photo), 1936/05/01: 6
      Jennings, Eretta
        now serving at Sarah's Beauty Shop, 1957/05/10: 6
        returns to city; located at G and R Beauty Haven, 1964/01/10: 6
      Johnnie's Beauty Shop reopens, 1961/10/27: 6, 1965/06/11: 6
      Johnson, Mrs. Bessie, now at Pittman Beauty Parlor, 1947/08/08: 6
      Johnson, Lavenia B.
        invites friends to visit Henrietta's Beauty Shop (photo), 1946/06/07: 6
        now at Lemelle Beauty Shop, 1945/08/17: 6
        now at Sara's Beauty Shop, 1947/12/05: 6
      Johnson, Susie, and Mary Elizabeth Wells, two new operators added at R and B Hotel Beauty Shop, 1946/02/22: 6
      Johnson, Venus M., opens own beauty shop, 1945/10/19: 6
      Mme. E. M. Johnson's Beauty School and Shoppe will move to new location, 1931/05/29: 9
      Jones, Elizabeth, new operator at Dunbar Beauty Shop, 1946/12/13: 6
      Jones, Ella Mae, operator, and Marine S. Pittman, manager, for opening of Blue Dahlia Beauty Salon (photo), 1951/09/21: 6
      Jones, Maggie
        See also Beauty Salons, Schools, and Businesses
          Maggie Jones Beauty Shop
          Maggie Jones School of Beauty Culture
        honored at Hicks Beauty School's mid-summer graduation as San Antonio's oldest, active, licensed beautician (photo), 1957/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue)
        plans to honor her at Hicks Beauty School graduation now completed, 1957/07/12: 6
      Jones, Martha Elizabeth, is made beauty shop manager, 1933/05/05: 6
      Joyce's Open Door Beauty Shop offers all phases of beauty service, 1960/06/17: 6
      Joyner, Marjorie Stewart
      Kathy's Beauty Shop has special offer, 1960/02/12: 6
      Kelley, Lillie Fowler
        Lillie Fowler returns to establish beauty salon in Alamo city (photo), 1936/01/17: 6
        Mrs. Clardy added to staff, 1933/09/29: 8 (filmed in 10/06 issue)
        opens beauty salon (photo), 1933/04/14: 2
      King's Beauty Shop has Maxine Williams Smothers return, 1951/03/09: 2
      Kirk's Beauty Parlor to open here, 1934/07/06: 6
      Kit Kat Beauty Shop manager and operators invite all customers to visit at new location (photo), 1952/12/05: 7
      Knight, Berthella (Brooks)
        now operating at Beckwith's Beauty Shop (photo), 1952/08/01: 6
        takes over as manager and operator of Bumbrey's Beauty Salon, 1946/09/13: 6
      Kyles, Pearlie Mae, now operator of Ross Hotel Beauty Shop, 1953/02/20: 6
      La Dee's Beauty House moves to new location, 1967/08/11: 10
      Lady Andres making good in spite of handicaps (photo), 1932/09/16: 1
      Lady Bird (Byrd's) Beauty Salon (Shop)
        features styles for all, 1965/04/02: 6
        has special offer, 1962/08/17: 6
        open for business, 1960/06/10: 6
        reopens, 1963/10/04: 6
      Legislation Needed [to regulate "bootleg" kitchen beauty parlor business] (editorial), 1935/08/09: 4
      Lela Smith Beauty Shop re-opens, 1967/01/13: 9
      Lemelle Beauty Shop
        Johnson, Lavenia B., now at Lemelle Beauty Shop, 1945/08/17: 6
        Lemelle, Birdie Frank
          graduate beautician passes state board (photo), 1944/12/01 Supp: 2
          opens own shop (photo), 1945/08/10: 6
        offers free service this week, 1945/11/23: 6
      Leonard's Beauty Room
        Rainbow Fashion Show and hair style review held, with crowning of "Miss Rainbow," 1963/05/24: 6
        wig premiere, with wig specialists Leonard Cucolo and Erma Hall, presented (photo), 1963/03/08: 6
      Lewis, Marie, now at Crawford Beauty Shop, 1945/11/09: 6
      Lillian's House of Beauty, Victoria, opens after owner, Lillian Hosey, returns from studying with Comer and Doran of Hollywood (photo), 1956/08/10: 6
      Lillie's Salon
        beauty salon moves to new quarters (photo), 1938/07/29: 6
        popular beautician ready for Easter rush (photo), 1934/03/16: 1, 7
      Lily of Beauty Products offered by Mrs. Myrtle Voldase, owner and operator, 1963/04/19: 6
      Lindsay's House of Beauty
        now in Denver Heights, 1965/11/05: 6
        reopens, 1965/08/06: 6
      Lindsey, Mattie M., joins Barton-Greenley Beauty Salon, 1963/04/12: 6
      Lindsey, Myrtle Littlefield, now at Georgia's Beauty Shop, 1959/02/06: 6
      local beauticians at beauty show at Gunter Hotel, 1936/03/27: 7
      local beauticians organize, 1944/06/30: 2
      Lorene's Beauty Shop moves to new location (photo), 1950/04/07: 6
      MacMurray, Calia moves from Barton's Beauty Salon to Maggie Jones Beauty Shop, 1960/01/01: 6
      Mac's Beauty Shop opens in Seguin; Maxine Smothers and Novelete Pitts, proprietors (photo), 1953/03/27: 2
      Madame C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company
      Maggie Jones Beauty Shop
        Ezebb, Mrs. Catherine, is assistant manager, 1947/11/14: 6
        MacMurray, Calia moves from Barton's Beauty Salon, 1960/01/01: 6
        Mitchell, Pearl, new operator, 1959/12/11: 6
        Mrs. Jones to Florida meeting, 1947/02/28: 6
        try Maggie Jones special scalp treatment, 1946/02/01: 6
      Maggie Jones School of Beauty Culture
        closes successful term, 1936/08/14: 6
        grads to take board, 1938/06/10: 6
        graduates five at colorful exercises, 1938/06/17: 5
      Maggie's Beauty Shop, Maggie Grice gets beauty culture instructor's license, 1953/08/21: 6
      Margaret's Beauty Salon
        adds two new operators to staff, 1944/09/29: 6
        Miss Ima Mosely joins staff, 1944/05/26: 6, 1944/06/02: 6
        under new management by Elizabeth Jones Henderson, 1947/10/03: 6, 1947/10/24: 6
      Marguerite's Beauty Salon
        formerly McDaniel Beauty Salon, styling and tinting are specialties, 1966/12/23: 9
        Grant, Ruby J., announces return to Marguerite's Salon, 1968/04/19: 8
      Marjorie's Beauty Shop reopens, 1953/12/04: 6
      Marshall, Celestine B., passes board, gets license as cosmetologist (photo), 1943/03/26: 6
      Martha's House of Beauty
        four skilled operators serve in, 1965/01/29: 6
        moves to new location, 1966/08/26: 6, 1967/05/05: 8, 1969/11/28: 8, 1969/12/05: 9
        relocates to 530 Yucca St., 1967/06/09: 9
        Scranton, Evelyn, beauty operator relocates, 1963/08/30: 6
      Maud's Beauty Shop
        Bryant, Mrs. Maud C., complete Hicks Beauty School (photo), 1948/05/28 Supp: 4
        Maud Bryant announces opening (photo), 1949/08/19: 6
      Mayberry, Eva M., joins staff of R and B Hotel Beauty Shop, 1945/11/23: 6
      McDaniel Beauty Shop
        8 full-time operators employed, 1964/04/17: 6
        McDaniel, Mildred, announces opening of beauty salon on Nolan St.; Elizabeth Franklin is manager, 1963/12/06: 6
        open Tuesday through Saturday, 1964/03/13: 6
      McDaniel's Wig Shop offers special prices, 1967/07/28: 9
      McElroy's Beauty Shop
        offers free hot oil with first hair style, 1959/02/13: 6
        specializes in cutting, styling hair, 1960/05/27: 6
      Mrs. McGrew's Beauty Nook adds new service, 1942/06/26: 6
      McNeil's Beauty Salon reopens, 1947/11/21: 6
      McWhorter, Gertrude, beautician returns to city, serving customers at Wyse Beauty Shop, 1967/07/14: 7
      Middleton, Elvira, opens at new location on Hildebrandt Avenue (photo), 1947/05/09: 6
      Miller, Iola, Bumbrey's Beauty Salon, now on salon staff, 1953/08/21: 6
      Miller, Martha Jane, winner in 1st annual hair style show in Houston (photo), 1960/02/26: 6
      Mills, Mrs. Christine, passes state board, 1947/02/14: 6
      Mills, Lorene, now a staff member at Hicks Beauty Shop (photo), 1945/11/30: 6
      Mills Beauty Shop
        Brown, Hattie, joins Mills Beauty Shop (photo), 1944/02/11: 6
        offers courteous, efficient service, 1955/01/14: 6
        offers special holiday service, 1949/12/09: 6
      Mirror Beauty Shop
        has two operators, 1963/01/11: 6
        owner, Pearl Hawkins, offers hot oil treatments to first six customers, 1963/08/23: 6
        special prices for school children offered, 1963/09/13: 6
      Mitchell, Pearl, new operator at Maggie Jones Beauty Shop, 1959/12/11: 6
      Modernistic Beauty Salon adds new operator, 1938/10/07: 6
      Montgomery Beauty Shop
        offers special hot oils free this week, 1952/12/19: 7
        reopens, 1960/04/08: 6
        Wig Boudoir
          new line of wigs unveiled, 1970/03/13: 8
          party showing new lines held (photo) (Jo's Jottings), 1970/03/13: 6
          Robinson, Carolyn crowned "Miss Personality" (Jo's Jottings), 1970/03/13: 8
          wig and fashion show held, 1970/02/06: 8, 1970/02/27: 6
      Moore, Mrs. J. H., new manager at Old Rose Beauty Shop, 1949/06/17: 6
      Mosely, Ima, joins staff at Margaret's Beauty Salon, 1944/05/26: 6, 1944/06/02: 6
      Mosely's Beauty Salon, offers fall specials, 1967/09/01: 9
      Mosley, Ruby J., now manager of Primrose Beauty Shop, 1950/09/22: 6
      Moultrie, Frankie, joins Regal Beauty Bar (photo), 1945/11/09: 6
      Murphy, Mattie, new manager of Bagby's Beauty Shop, 1960/01/22: 6
      Myrtle's Beauty Salon
        open on Mondays, 1960/05/20: 6
        opens May 15 in new location, 1961/05/12: 6
      Myrtle's Beauty Shop, Mrs. Myrtle Lee Greenwood is owner (photo), 1946/06/28: 6
      Nancy's Beauty Shop
        Fennell, Frances, Seguin, works weekends (photo), 1965/06/11: 6
        has booths for rent, 1960/04/01: 6
        human hair wigs for Easter special, 1968/03/29: 9
        offers Christmas beauty special, 1969/12/05: 9
        wig expert to offer holiday specials, 1968/12/20: 6
        wig special offered, 1967/06/23: 9
        Wilson, Erma, opens her own wig service salon in Nancy's Beauty Shop, operated by her mother, Nancy Murray (photo), 1964/01/24: 6
      New Light Beauty Salon, Mrs. Earlene C. Green is back at original booth (photo), 1946/05/10: 6
      new organization formed for licensed beauticians (Jo's Jottings), 1962/08/10 Supp: 1
      Newton, Julius
      Newton and Littlefield House of Beauty starts 24-hour service; Hamm, Wilbur L., is night shift operator (photo), 1964/11/20: 5
      Nolan Beauty Salon, grand opening Oct. 4, 1948/10/01: 6
      Nolan Beauty Shop employs Mrs. Bernice Evans, 1957/01/11: 6
      Norman, Mildred, graduate of Hicks Beauty School, now at Carlton's (photo), 1954/08/20: 6
      North Star Boutique Wig Salon, Erma Wilson joins staff, 1967/02/24: 6
      O'Brien, Mrs. Gladys, formerly of Kit Kat Beauty Shop, now manages Shelton Beauty Shop, 1948/10/01: 6
      Odom, Marjorie, now at R. and B. Beauty Shop, 1945/10/19: 6
      Old Rose Beauty Shop
        Moore, Mrs. J. H., new manager, 1949/06/17: 6
        opening of, 1949/01/21: 6
      Olure's Beauty Shop open for business, 1943/08/13: 6
      Open Door Beauty College
        12 reasons for attending Open Door Beauty Coll., 1943/03/12: 6
        accredited school opens March 1, 1943/02/26: 6
        beauty college class entertained at tea, 1946/07/26 Supp: 2
        beauty extravaganza to be held Feb. 11, 1945/02/02: 6
        complete beauty service available, 1946/02/22: 6
        demonstration of products held, 1948/07/30: 6
        enrollment
          enroll now in Open Door Beauty College, 1943/03/19: 6
          "special" offer made, 1949/01/21: 6
          students rush to enter, 1945/02/16: 6
        first student highly praises training, 1945/02/23: 6
        "for ladies who care," 1943/01/01: 6, 1943/01/08: 6
        GI Bill of Rights training, complete beauty training for vets offered, 1947/03/07: 6
        graduation
          all spring grads receive licenses, 1946/05/03: 6
          annual commencement exercises held, 1945/04/27: 6
          baccalaureate sermon for beauty class set for June 27, 1943/06/25: 6
          graduates entertained at party, 1945/04/27: 6
          Hurdle, Prof. I. Q., delivers graduation address (Jo's Jottings), 1945/04/20 Supp: 1
          second graduation exercises to be held, 1945/04/06: 6
        Hall, Mrs. J. E. (owner)
          entertains assistants with formal dinner party (Jo's Jottings), 1948/02/27 Supp: 1
          extends thanks to friends, patrons, 1945/03/23: 6
          returns from advanced beauty studies in East, 1945/08/31: 6
        individual instruction stressed (photo), 1945/02/09: 6
        installs modern study room, offers supervised research, 1945/01/26: 7
        lists 15 reasons why it is the best in Southwest, 1945/01/12: 6
        massage treatment allows man to throw away cane, 1945/03/02: 5
        new classes begin, 1948/11/19: 6
        observes third anniversary, 1946/04/26: 6
        offers superior beauty-work training, 1945/08/31: 6
      Open Door Beauty Nook
        observes first anniversary with luncheon, 1944/03/17: 6
        for women who care, 1941/11/14: 6
      Paradise Beauty Bar, owner and operator, Frankie Williams Washington, invites your patronage (photo), 1950/06/30: 6, 1951/09/28: 6
      Perrin, Mme. E. L., local beautician visits Austin, 1931/10/02: 6
      Perry, Norma, now at Townsend's Beauty Shop, 1964/06/05: 6
      Personality Beauty Shop, Doris Roberts now located at, 1959/12/18: 6
      Pinkie's Beauty Salon
        Jeffery, Mrs. Pinkie, proprietess (photo), 1936/05/01: 6
        opens, 1936/04/17: 6
        reopens Nov. 22, 1947/11/14: 6
      Pittman, Marine S., manager, and Ella Mae Jones, operator for opening of Blue Dahlia Beauty Salon (photo), 1951/09/21: 6
      Pitts, Novelete, and Maxine Smothers, proprietors, open Mac's Beauty Shop in Seguin (photo), 1953/03/27: 2
      Polk, Dorothy, offers all kinds of beauty service at Ruby Lee's House of Beauty, 1970/05/29: 9
      Posner Products
        announces new shampoo "special," 1956/11/02: 6
        beauty products firm sets up scholarship fund, 1959/05/15: 6
        Donegan, Dorothy, joins family of Posner Products to endorse hair products (photo), 1957/02/22: 3
        executive and family embark on Caribbean tour visiting distributors (photo), 1958/08/22: 2
        launches big promotion effort for 1957, 1957/03/01: 2
      Powder Puff Beauty Parlor
        announces addition of Susie Rainey to the staff, 1940/07/26: 6
        Moore, Mable, returns, 1945/03/30: 6
        to open Dec. 18, 1939/12/15: 6
      Powder Puff Beauty Salon, beauticians' clinic set for Sept 14-15, 1953/09/11: 6
      Powell, Faye Shelton, joins staff at Cleo's Beauty Salon (photo), 1945/05/11: 6
      Price's Beauty Salon
        Amos, Miss Henrietta, now at Price's (photo), 1946/11/01: 6
        changes name to Avenue Beauty Salon; under new management, 1950/07/28: 6
      Prince, Mrs. C. W., Bumbrey's Beauty Salon, added to staff; gives special for next week, 1949/08/19: 6
      Queen Ann Salon open for business, 1947/03/28: 6
      R and B Hotel Beauty Shop
        adds two operators, 1946/02/08: 6
        Mayberry, Mrs. Eva M., joins staff, 1945/11/23: 6
        Odom, Marjorie, now at R and B Beauty Shop, 1945/10/19: 6
        Wells, Mary Elizabeth, and Susie Johnson, two new operators added, 1946/02/22: 6
        Williams, Martha I., appointed to beauty shop (photo), 1944/12/08 Supp: 3
      racial discrimination, Finck bill would end barber bias, 1969/02/14: 3
      Ramsey's Beauty Shop lists prices, 1959/09/04: 6
      Regal Beauty Bar
        offers all types of beauty work, 1946/03/01: 4
        offers new service, 1947/12/05: 6
        Rupe, Grace Belle, joins staff, 1946/05/03: 6
        Townsend, Mrs. Hattie Hodge, joins staff (photo), 1944/06/02: 6
        Williams, Flora, joins staff, 1946/09/20: 6
      Rice, Yvonne, joins Greenly Beauty Salon staff, 1966/04/29: 6
      Rice Beauty Shop to be open June 18-19, 1945/06/15: 6
      Richardson, Mrs. Juanita, at Fairfax Beauty Salon, 1947/08/29: 6
      Richardson, Mrs. K., is Brown's Beauty Shop manager, 1948/10/08: 6
      Roberta Beauty Salon
        Haynes, Mrs. Voncile, extends invitation to public, 1960/10/14: 6
        offers scientific beauty services, 1960/05/27: 6
      Roberts, Doris, now located at Personality Beauty Shop, 1959/12/18: 6
      Robinson, Mrs. Lillian, opens beauty shoppe Monday, 1931/10/09: 1
      Robinson, Mrs. Willmer A., is manager of Rosie's Beauty Shop (photo), 1950/01/27: 6
      Ross Hotel Beauty Shop, Pearlie Mae Kyles now operator, 1953/02/20: 6
      Ruby Lee's House of Beauty
        now open for business, 1970/01/30: 9
        Polk, Dorothy, beauty operator, offers all kinds of beauty service, 1970/05/29: 9
      Rupe, Grace Belle, joins staff of Regal Beauty Bar, 1946/05/03: 6
      Ruth Rice Beauty Shop open for business, 1944/11/17: 7
      Sadie's Beauty Salon specializes in growing hair, 1962/11/30: 6
      Sahara Beauty Salon offers attractive specials, 1967/09/15: 7
      San Antonio Cosmetics Center, host for 1st state-wide meeting of managers and dealers for Fuller Products Company, 1963/04/12: 6
      Sarah and Ann's Beauty Shop
        joined by Annie Marie Glass, well-known as "Buttercup" (photo), 1953/06/05: 6
        now open for business, 1953/02/13: 6
      Sarah's Beauty Shop
        Jennings, Eretta, now serving at Sarah's, 1957/05/10: 6
        Johnson, Lavenia B., now at Sarah's Beauty Shop, 1947/12/05: 6
        White, Helen DeWitt, featured, 1957/02/15: 6
      Scottie's Beauty Shop
        announces special of free scalp treatment with hair-do, 1952/05/30: 6
        Foster, Mrs. C. B. M., now at Scottie's, 1946/02/22: 5
        Huff, Mattie Louise, now at Scottie's, 1946/05/10: 6
        invites patronage, 1945/05/04: 6, 1953/11/06: 6
        offers complete beauty work, 1953/03/27: 6
        Yarbough, Miss Edna, located at, 1946/11/01: 6
      Scranton, Evelyn, beauty operator now at Martha's House of Beauty, 1963/08/30: 6
      Selma Lane Beauty Shop opens, 1935/10/18: 6
      Sheffield, Mrs. Lincoln, Deluxe Beauty Shop acquires her services, 1957/09/06: 6
      Shelton, Mrs. E. W., operates Cleo's Beauty Salon (photo), 1945/05/11: 6
      Shelton, Houston
        opens Dallas beauty shop (photo), 1944/02/11: 6
        returns to Texas after extended travel (photo), 1946/10/25: 6
      Shields, Mrs. Lottie Richardson, completes course, 1948/11/26: 6
      Simmons, Mrs. B., now at Economy Beauty Shop, 1961/09/08: 6
      Simon, Mrs. Angie Tapscott, receives state license (photo), 1946/02/01: 5
      Smith, Ethel Tippen, joins staff of Brown's Beauty Shop, 1957/10/25: 6
      Smith, Mrs. and Mrs. W. E., manage De Luxe Barber and Beauty Shops, 1950/12/01: 6
      Smith, Mrs. Wilburn, opens her own shop (photo), 1946/02/08: 4
      Smith's Beauty Salon installs air-conditioning, 1944/06/02: 6
      Smothers, Maxine Williams
        and Novelete Pitts, proprietors of Mac's Beauty Shop in Seguin (photo), 1953/03/27: 2
        returns to King's Beauty Shop, 1951/03/09: 2
      Square Deal Beauty Shop
        open for business, 1953/01/16: 6
        Simmons, Mrs. B., owner, now at Economy Beauty Shop, 1961/09/08: 6
      St. Clair Beauty Shoppe and School of Beauty Culture
        adds new service, 1946/07/12: 5
        formal opening held, 1939/01/13: 6
        Hammond, J. R., takes over beauty school (photo), 1941/11/07: 6
        March enrollment sets new record (photo), 1943/04/09: 6, 1943/04/23: 6
        Murphy, Ella Mae, state board ex-prexy, to speak at commencement, 1943/06/18: 6
        offers 1940 special, 1940/01/12: 6
        offers a real business opportunity, 1940/08/09: 6
        sets new record with March enrollment (photo), 1943/04/09: 6, 1943/04/23: 6
        Walls, Madame Roxie
          says there's money for trained beauticians, 1941/12/19: 6
          supervisor and vice president (photo), 1941/11/14: 6
      Stairway to Beauty features restoration of damaged hair, 1965/09/10: 6
      state board examinations
        entire class passes state board exams, 1945/05/11: 6
        six graduates pass state board, 1948/11/26: 6
      Taylor, Dorothy, licensed operator at Bumbrey's Beauty Salon, 1953/08/21: 6
      teaches Madame C. J. Walker methods, 1944/12/01: 5
      Texas State Board member has high praise for college, 1944/12/08: 6
      Theresa Jones Beauty Shop
        Fisher, Mrs. Lethea, associated with (photo), 1944/12/01 Supp: 4
        Johnson, Mrs. Margaret H. joins staff (photo), 1945/03/02: 6
      Thomas, Dorothy Flowers, opens Dorothy's Beauty Shop (photo), 1953/02/20: 6
      Thomas, Joyce M. R., now working at Georgia's Beauty Shop(photo), 1952/10/03: 6
      Thomas, Madame Aretta
        See Beauty Salons, Schools and Businesses, Aretta's Beauty Salon
      Thompson, Miss Clarice B., becomes beauty instructor, 1947/12/12: 6
      Thompson, Ella Louise, opens Hammond's Beauty Shop (photo), 1947/04/18: 6
      Thompson, Geraldine Collier, Garnet's Beauty Salon acquires her services, 1958/06/06: 6
      Three Point Beauty and Barber Shop
        Bacon, Nella R., is manager and operator (photo), 1959/05/08: 6
        beautician and barber wanted by Three-Point, 1959/05/29: 7
        Brown, J. P.
          announces shop is now open for business (photo), 1959/05/01: 6
          owner, retires to take up traveling salesman position (photo), 1951/04/13: 6
        Jones, Salome E.
          employed as manager (photo), 1951/05/04: 6
          is experienced barber (photo), 1951/05/11: 6
        Kendrick, Mildred, is operator (photo), 1951/02/02: 6
        under new management; shop open on Mondays, 1959/06/12: 6
        open Monday through Saturday, 1959/07/31: 6
      Three Sisters Beauty Shop
        now open for business, 1952/12/05: 7
        Powell, Erma, now on staff at Three Sisters, 1958/02/14: 6
      Tinnell, Peggy J., at Gibson (Gipson) Beauty Salon, 1956/04/20: 6
      Townsend, Mrs. Hattie Hodge, at Regal Beauty Bar (photo), 1944/06/02: 6
      Townsend, Mrs. Katherine, completes beauty culture course (photo), 1946/02/01 Supp: 4
      Townsend's Beauty Shop
        Iris Lee Ward now employed, 1961/10/13: 6
        Perry, Normal, now at Townsend's Beauty Shop, 1964/06/05: 6
      Upright Beauty Shop
        offers day and night service, 1959/11/06: 6
        offers special "Christmas treats," 1959/12/11: 6
      Valarie, Josie, receives beauty operator's license (photo), 1946/05/10 Supp: 2
      Valese and Virtie's Beauty Shop offers specialized service, 1967/10/13: 9
      Venus Beauty Salon in new location on South Cherry Street, 1958/06/13: 6
      Vertie's Beauty Shop employs Lucile Charleston, 1948/07/02: 6
      Vessie's Beauty Shop opens for business, 1949/12/09: 6
      Voncile, Roberta, and Glenetta continue to offer scientific, professional beauty services, 1960/07/22: 6
      Walker, Mrs. Gladys McKnight, at Gelena's Beauty Shop, 1946/07/19: 6
      Ward, Iris Lee, now at Townsend's Beauty Shop, 1961/10/13: 6
      Ware's Beauty Shop open for business, 1958/10/03: 6
      Warren, Iola, returns to Beckwith Beauty Shop, 1951/10/19: 6
      Washington, Mrs. Frankie, buys Corpus Christi beauty shop (photo), 1946/12/13: 7
      Washington, Frankie Williams
        buys Corpus Christi beauty shop (photo), 1946/12/13: 7
        owner and operator of Paradise Beauty Bar invites your patronage (photo), 1950/06/30: 6, 1951/09/28: 6
      Wauls, Jerlean, now at Dunbar Beauty Shop (photo), 1954/11/26: 6
      Wells, Mary Elizabeth, and Susie, Johnson, two new operators added at R and B Hotel Beauty Shop, 1946/02/22: 6
      Westridge Beauty, Barber Shop staffed by experienced operators, 1961/08/25: 6
      White, Helen DeWitt, featured at Sarah's Beauty Shop, 1957/02/15: 6
      Williams, Elfreda Davis
        See Beauty Salons, Schools, and Businesses, Fairfax Beauty Salon
      Williams, Flora, joins staff of Regal Beauty Bar, 1946/09/20: 6
      Williams, Jewel, added to staff of East End Beauty Shop, 1944/06/09: 6
      Williams, Martha I., beautician appointed to R and B Hotel Beauty Shop (photo), 1944/12/08 Supp: 3
      Wilson, Erma
        becomes saleswoman and stylist for Wig Boutiques, Houston (photo), 1965/02/26: 6
        and Nancy Murray, offer savings on permanents, wigs, 1967/11/17: 9
        offers miracle wigs, 1969/10/24: 9
        offers Xmas beauty special, 1969/12/12: 8
        opens her own wig service salon in Nancy's Beauty Shop, operated by her mother, Nancy Murray (photo), 1964/01/24: 6
      Wilson Beauty Shop has new manager, 1941/09/05: 6
      Wilson's Assembly Line House of Beauty holds open house Dec. 6 (photo), 1953/12/04: 6
      Winters, Janie, now located at Vanity Beauty Salon (photo), 1963/10/04: 6
      Word, Mrs. N. W.
      Wormley, Vessie, takes charge of Hicks Beauty Shop (photo), 1945/12/07: 6
      Wyse Beauty Shop
        Josephine Byrd return after illness, 1958/12/05: 6
        McWhorter, Gertrude, beautician returns to city, serving customers at Wyse Beauty Shop, 1967/07/14: 7
      Ziegler, Sarah Ann, passes state exams (photo), 1946/02/08: 7
    Beavers, Caldonia
      notice of death, 1964/03/20: 8 (filmed in 03/27 issue)
    Beavers, Oliver
      Corpus Christi man slain in gambling fight, 1945/02/02: 1
    Becker, Alvin Lee
      founder, head of Handy Andy Stores buried Monday, 1963/09/27: 4
    Becker, Charles L.
      president of Handy-Andy, announces new shopping center under construction, 1968/01/12: 4
    Becks, Mrs. Vivian
      wife of SSgt. William J. Becks, chosen as pin-up girl for his company (photo), 1944/11/24: 1
    Beckwith, Booker
    Beckwith, Erma Jo
      bags 10-point buck (Jo's Jottings), 1944/01/14: 6
      bags buck (photo), 1944/01/14: 1
      June graduate of Meharry College (photo), 1944/04/07: 2
      to take nursing training in Nashville (photo), 1941/09/19: 6
    Beckwith, Ethel
      dies after extended illness, 1958/05/16: 1
    Beckwith, Henry Richardson
      military rites held Tuesday, 1957/09/27: 1
      notice of death, 1957/10/04: 8 (filmed in 10/11 issue)
    Beckwith, Ruth Bellinger
    Bedford, Cleopatra M.
      Cuney staff honor retiring teacher, 1968/05/31: 9
        photo, 1968/05/31: 8
    Bedford, David Leon
      former San Antonian dies in Houston, 1964/01/17: 1
      obsequies held in Houston, 1964/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue)
    Bedford, Emma J.
      funeral services held, 1958/06/20: 1
      notice of death, 1958/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue)
    Bedford, Mary Lee
      notice of death, 1963/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/19 issue)
    Bedford, Milber Jean
      crowned "Freedom Queen" of SA NAACP Youth Council by Margaret Toliver (photo), 1955/09/23 Supp: 1
      debutante entertained with holiday tea, 1959/01/09: 6
      engaged to marry Staff Sgt. Reinald L. Pope of California (photo), 1969/12/12: 8
      reports on DC conference of NAACP Youth Council, 1955/03/04 Supp: 1
      returns from NAACP Youth Council legislative conference (photo), 1955/02/11 Supp: 1
    Bedford, Milburn J.
      SA man appointed as regular substitute mail carrier (photo), 1939/01/20: 1
    Bedford, Rev. Sherman H. (St. Paul Baptist Church)
      preaching/speaking engagements
        Good Hope Baptist Church, Hallettsville (photo), 1959/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
        Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, 5th anniversary sermon (photo), 1963/10/25: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
        Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church, guest minister, 1967/09/15: 4
        New Hope Baptist Church, anniversary sermon for Rev. Houston Duncan (photo), 1964/08/14: 4, 1969/08/15: 10 (filmed in 08/22 issue)
        Prospect Baptist Church, Karnes City, 2nd anniversary of Rev. Herbert S. Smith (photo), 1964/09/25: 4
        St. Luke Baptist Church, Youth Day guest speaker, 1969/04/18: 10 (filmed in 04/25 issue)
        Union Baptist Church, Usher Board anniversary (photo), 1963/09/20: 2
        Zion Hill Baptist Church, Seguin, homecoming celebration, 1968/10/25: 10 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
          photo, 1963/10/11: 8 (filmed in 10/18 issue)
    Bedford, William Clayton
      notice of death, 1965/01/29: 8 (filmed in 02/05 issue)
    Bee, Betty Lee
      notice of death, 1932/10/21: 8 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
    Bee, Booker T.
      SA lad third in national BC Billiard meet, 1947/04/25: 1
      young billiardist, regional champ, to national tourney (photo), 1947/04/04: 1
    Bee, Clara Ann Glover
      death claims her New Year's morning, 1958/01/10: 1
      notice of death, 1958/01/17: 8 (filmed in 01/24 issue)
    Bee, James F.
      notice of death, 1946/10/04: 7
    Bee, John Henry
      notice of death, 1935/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue)
    Bee, Linnie Pearl
      notice of death, 1968/04/19: 10 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
    Bee, Mary
      notice of death, 1963/01/11: 8 (filmed in 01/18 issue)
    Bee, Walter G.
      one of Kenwood's first settlers taken by death, 1944/07/28: 5
    Beer
    Beer and Wine Dealers Association
    Beer Industry
    Behavior
    Belafonte, F. Margurite
      Ellington, Duke, and F. Margurite Belafonte head 1958 Freedom Fund campaign (photo), 1958/02/28: 1
      gives high-fashion lowdown on closed circuit television (photo), 1964/06/19: 6
      NAACP San Antonio Chapter
        coming June 11 to model in NAACP Freedom Fund show, 1959/05/29: 7
        style show canceled when her child is stricken, 1959/06/12: 6
    Belafonte, Harry
      Belafonte blacked out on TV in Alabama, 1958/11/14: 1
      camera catches his moods singing, recording, acting (photo), 1957/12/27: 7
      civil rights
        gives $60,000 for bail money in Birmingham, 1963/06/14: 2
        says civil rights work is his duty, 1965/07/09: 3
      ex-wife, Margurite, marries Dr. Edward C. Mazique, 1967/05/26: 7
      feted by Congressman John Conyers, Jr., Michigan (photo), 1966/08/19: 1
      plans film on Pushkin's life, western, 1959/11/20: 5
      shoes shined by Dorothy Dandridge in "Carmen Jones" (photo), 1955/04/01: 3
      signs 5-year contract with BBC-TV for $70,000, 1959/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue)
      takes wife No. 2, Julie Robinson, 1957/04/19: 3
      TV specials
        Belafonte gets bundle to cancel TV spectaculars, 1961/08/18: 1
        Belafonte ill, but Telephone Hour goes on with tape, 1961/10/06: 6
        Belafonte presents Negro TV spectacular, 1965/05/14: 3
        signs contract for two hour-long TV specials, 1960/09/16: 6
    Belan, Mildred
      awakened by cab driver, C. M Peck, as he attempted to molest her, 1950/11/03: 1
    Belford, Bruce Wayne
      final rites held for newborn boy, 1961/12/22: 8
    Belk, Cheryl Denise
      final rites held for infant, four months old, 1959/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue)
    Bell, Elder A. (New Birth Church of God in Christ)
      5th anniversary observed (photo), 1963/11/22: 4
      6th anniversary observed (photo), 1964/09/18: 8 (filmed in 09/25 issue)
      sponsors national singer, Goldie Haynes at the church (photo), 1962/04/13: 4
    Bell, Archie
      Race representative for Lone Star Brewing (photo), 1940/06/14: 4
    Bell, Atherial B.
      notice of death, 1963/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue)
    Bell, [baby girl]
      notice of death, 1959/11/20: 8 (filmed in 11/27 issue), 1962/04/13: 8
    Bell, Bertha
      notice of death, 1961/12/08: 8
    Bell, Betty Fay
      child, 9 months old, dies, 1957/05/03: 8 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
    Bell, Rev. C. E.
      conducts revival at St. Luke Baptist Church (photo), 1941/10/24: 6
    Bell, Charles A.
      serving on Navy minesweeper (photo), 1955/02/04: 7
    Bell, Chester I.
      receives certificate from US Army in recognition of 25 years of service (Jo's Jottings), 1961/12/15 Supp: 4
    Bell, Cleo L. J.
      notice of death, 1958/05/02: 8 (filmed in 05/09 issue)
    Bell, Eddie
      is Register's representative in Galveston (photo), 1940/11/08: 1
    Bell, Ella Frances
      SA's delegate to AME Church Convention at Purdue University (photo), 1951/08/31: 6
    Bell, George
      George Bell, 32nd degree Mason, is found dead, 1942/05/29: 1
    Bell, Ida
      funeral services held, 1934/07/13: 8 (filmed in 07/20 issue)
      notice of death, 1958/12/05: 8 (filmed in 12/12 issue)
    Bell, Inez M.
      new Y-Teen director (photo), 1955/09/09 Supp: 1
    Bell, Joanna
      badly injured by auto while waiting on sidewalk, 1941/05/23: 1
      dragged half-block by car, succumbs May 24, 1941/05/30: 1
    Bell, John W.
      funeral rites held in Fort Worth, 1968/11/08: 1
    Bell, Joseph
      notice of death, 1957/06/28: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue)
    Bell, Joseph Howard
      notice of death, 1965/11/12: 8
    Bell, Lelia Ann
      and James Spaights making names for themselves in music (Jo's Jottings), 1953/12/11 Supp: 4
    Bell, Lena
      50-year resident fatally stricken at beauty shop, 1956/03/16: 1
    Bell, Lester W., IV
      notice of death, 1969/05/09: 10 (filmed in 05/16 issue)
    Bell, Lillie H.
      dies from sudden heart attack, 1948/03/26: 1
    Bell, Lomie
      notice of death, 1958/11/14: 8 (filmed in 11/21 issue)
    Bell, Lonnie
    Bell, Mamie
      ill for many years, found dead in bed, 1948/10/15: 1
    Bell, Mark Anthony
      notice of death, 1961/08/11: 8
    Bell, Mattie M.
      succumbs on day set for her brother's funeral (photo), 1941/12/05: 1
    Bell, Minnie
      city teacher for quarter century claimed by death, 1936/05/15: 1
      San Antonio Loses in Passing of Veteran Teacher (editorial), 1936/05/15: 4
      Tid Bits from the Week's News (column), 1936/05/15: 4
    Bell, Minor
      two San Antonio area GIs complete basic training, 1948/02/27: 7
    Bell, Nancy
      notice of death, 1961/12/15: 8
    Bell, Narva Suee
    Bell, Nora
      notice of death, 1968/02/09: 6
    Bell, Nora Marie
      notice of death, 1960/10/14: 8
    Bell, Oscar L.
      Houston DOKO head killed en route to SA meet, 1955/06/10: 1
      Texas president of Dramatic Order of Knights of Omar makes annual visit, 1949/07/29 Supp: 2
    Bell, Roger Louis
      Seguin man named dean of Arkansas Baptist College, 1960/12/02: 2
    Bell, Sam
      San Antonian, in bed, suddenly taken by death, 1946/04/05: 1
    Bell, Sam M., Jr.
      notice of death, 1968/06/21: 4
    Bell, Rev. T. J. (First Timothy Baptist Church)
      1st anniversary celebrated, with Rev. Roland Franklin, guest pastor, 1965/05/14: 8 (filmed in 05/21 issue)
      2nd anniversary observed, with Rev. Eddie Cunningham, guest speaker (photo), 1966/05/20: 8 (filmed in 05/27 issue)
      installation service held, with Rev. Eddie Cunningham, guest speaker (photo), 1964/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
    Bell, SSgt. Wilbert L.
      named outstanding non-com officer, 1963/08/30: 7
    Bella (Belle) Donya Social Club
      annual Christmas party held (Jo's Jottings), 1965/12/31 Supp: 1
      annual cocktail party held at Life Saver Grill (Jo's Jottings), 1954/01/08: 6
      annual picnic set for Comanche Park No. 2, 1962/08/24: 6
      Blue Jean Country Ball, first annual, on May 12, 1950/05/12: 7
      contributes to March of Dimes (photo), 1948/02/13 Supp: 3
      Cotton Ball set for Eastwood County Club, 1960/07/22: 6
      Easter Parade
        Easter parade, dance to be presented at Keyhole Sunday, 1955/04/08: 6
        at Eastwood Country Club, 1959/02/13: 6, 1959/03/06: 6, 1959/03/20: 6
      first formal dance held
        Jo's Jottings, 1949/11/04 Supp: 1
        members at dance (photo), 1949/11/11 Supp: 3
      Harriet Tubman Home for the Needy Aged benefit dance, sponsored by Belle Donya, set for January 31, 1958/01/24: 6
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/16: 6, 1948/03/05 Supp: 2, 1948/03/12: 8, 1948/03/19 Supp: 4, 1948/03/26 Supp: 4, 1948/04/02 Supp: 2, 1948/04/09 Supp: 2, 1948/04/16 Supp: 3, 1948/04/30 Supp: 3, 1948/05/07: 2, 1948/05/14 Supp: 3, 1948/05/21 Supp: 4, 1948/06/11 Supp: 3, 1948/06/18: 2, 1948/06/25 Supp: 4, 1948/10/22: 2, 1948/12/03: 2
      meetings in 1949, 1949/11/11 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1951, 1951/06/22: 6, 1952/01/04: 6
      meetings in 1952, 1952/02/29: 6
      meetings in 1953, 1953/02/06: 4, 1953/08/07: 6, 1953/09/18 Supp: 2, 1953/11/06: 6, 1953/11/13 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1954, 1954/04/16: 6
      meetings in 1956, 1956/06/08: 6, 1956/07/27: 6
      meetings in 1957, 1957/03/15: 5, 1957/04/05: 6, 1957/09/27: 4, 1957/11/08: 4
      meetings in 1958, 1958/01/24: 6, 1958/02/14: 6, 1958/02/21: 6, 1958/03/07: 6, 1958/04/18: 6, 1958/05/23: 6, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1958/09/26: 6
      meetings in 1960, 1960/09/09 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1961, 1961/10/27: 6
      meetings in 1966, 1966/01/21 Supp: 3, 1966/10/21: 9
      meetings in 1969, 1969/03/21: 8
      new mail address and telephone number, 1955/06/17: 6
      picnic set
        Comanche Park, 1959/07/31: 6
        Mission County Park, 1961/06/23: 6
      pre-Thanksgiving dance set for November, 1961/11/10: 7, 1968/11/22: 8
    Bella Holley Cameron Elementary School
      contract let for construction of Cameron School, 1966/11/25: 1
      dedication ceremony held (photo), 1967/12/15: 1, 1967/12/15: 9
        relatives, Mrs. Wendell Robbins and Mrs. Rugent Wells, attend ceremony (photo), 1967/12/15: 8
    Bellaire, Rodney
      sympathy extended to family for death of (Jo's Jottings), 1968/05/17: 8
    Bellamy, Lloyd H.
      SA airman completes basic training, assigned to Sheppard AFB (photo), 1969/03/14: 7
    Bellavida Neighborhood Guild
      annual tea, planning committee meets (photo), 1961/10/06 Supp: 4
      fall tea set for Sunday, 1962/11/02: 6
      fashion show to be presented at St. Paul Gymnasium, 1962/04/20: 6
      sponsors fashion show for April 22, 1962/04/13: 6
    Belle, Ada
      notice of death, 1936/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/15 issue)
    Belle Donya Social Club
    Bellinger, Addie Ray
      rites held on West Coast for former SA woman, 1951/11/02: 8 (filmed in 11/09 issue)
    Bellinger, Cecilia Edna
      long fight for life ends; Cecilia Bellinger succumbs to stroke of paralysis, 1942/01/23: 1
    Bellinger, Celestine
      notice of death, 1963/06/21: 8 (filmed in 06/28 issue)
      plays role in "Divorce Question" (photo), 1933/04/28: 6
      rites held for mother of San Antonio Register publisher, Valmo C. Bellinger, 1963/06/14: 1
    Bellinger, Charles
      Mrs. Lillian Bellinger Stilwell demands accounting of Bellinger estate, 1942/06/26: 5
      Bellinger estate grants use of mansion as training center for household employees (photo), 1939/03/24: 1
      Bellinger home sold to Corinth Baptist Church; property purchased for $30,000 in transaction completed Friday, 1943/04/09: 1
      gets three years' sentence suspended for income tax evasion; placed on five years' probation, 1936/02/07: 1
      indicted by US Government for evading income tax payment, 1936/01/31: 1
      mystery enshrouds flaming cross at home of Charles Bellinger; prominent citizen unable to advance reason for act (photo), 1935/11/15: 1
      philanthropist, Charles Bellinger, boosts orphanage campaign (photo), 1931/09/04: 1
      returns to city after sentence commuted to less than one-third of that given to him, 1936/07/31: 6
      San Antonians enjoy World Series games, 1931/10/09: 1
      three years' sentence suspended for income tax evasion; realtor placed on five years' probation, 1936/02/07: 1
    Bellinger, Charlie
      finalist for a National Achievement Scholarship, 1965/10/22: 1
    Bellinger, Clyde
      notice of death, 1960/07/15: 8
    Bellinger, Dianne
      represents Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church as queen at demonstration May 26 (photo), 1957/05/24: 6
    Bellinger, Elise (Mrs. Harry)
      father, Royal S. Weaver, dies in Philadelphia (Jo's Jottings), 1969/01/31: 8
    Bellinger, Elise Patricia
      crowned Miss St. Philip's Episcopal Church (photo), 1962/07/20 Supp: 3
      marriage
        feted at pre-nuptial parties, 1968/08/16: 8
        repeats vows with Keith Lloyd Charlton, Jr., (photo), 1968/08/23: 8
        wedding guests (photo), 1968/08/23: 9
      receives degree in pharmacology (Jo's Jottings), 1969/06/13: 8
    Bellinger, Harry M.
      admitted to practice before US District Court, 1950/10/06: 1
      Bellinger, Valmo, presents revolving trophy to brother, Harry M. Bellinger (photo), 1947/09/19: 3
      and Carolyn Hunter, cop badminton championships, 1947/09/12: 7
      Elise Weaver, Philadelphia, weds Harry Bellinger (photo), 1944/03/03: 6
      endorses Judge Graham B. Smedley for Texas Supreme Court, 1952/07/25: 3
      falsely accused of attempting to have Phillis Wheatley coaches discharged, makes effort to stop 'fire coaches talk,' 1963/03/08: 5
      files as candidate for SAISD board of trustees, 1966/03/04: 1
      on honor roll at Wiley College, 1938/07/08: 7
      Preacher's Professional Center holds open house Sunday, 1954/07/23: 6
      proud papa of baby girl (Jo's Jottings), 1946/12/20 Supp: 1
      SA attorney admitted to Supreme Court Bar, 1950/04/14: 1
    Bellinger, Henry
      notice of death, 1957/04/19: 8 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
    Bellinger, Jese
      notice of death, 1965/01/22: 8 (filmed in 01/29 issue)
    Bellinger, John J.
      Alamo City airman graduates from technical school, 1969/05/30: 6
    Bellinger, Josephine O. (Mrs. Valmo Charles)
      See also Crawford, Josephine O.
      acting
        performs in "Spooks" (photo), 1939/12/08: 7
        plays leading role in "Little Foxes" (photo), 1946/10/11 Supp: 1, 1946/11/01 Supp: 3
        receives flowers for performance in "Little Foxes" (photo), 1946/11/01 Supp: 3
      with Allie Dixon and Mary B. Kidd, hurt in Friday collision with auto, 1951/06/08: 1
      azalea stolen from yard, 1950/03/17: 1
      Deb Doings
        See Debutantes, Deb Doings
      Deb Profiles
        See Debutantes, Deb Profiles by "Jo"
      Distinguished Service Medal
        awarded by Jack Yates High School Journalism Department, Houston, 1968/10/11: 3
          photo, 1968/10/11: 1
        color me humble (Jo's Jottings), 1968/10/11: 8
      divorce
        court dismisses her divorce action against publisher, 1958/04/18: 1
        divorce suit withdrawn, 1953/03/06: 1
        publisher's wife sues for divorce, 1953/03/06: 1
        sues for divorce for 3rd time from Valmo Bellinger, 1965/09/17: 1
        sues for divorce from Valmo C. Bellinger, 1955/07/29: 1
      engraver and columnist for Register (photo), 1941/05/04: 2
      family
        aunt, Mrs. Gertrude McKnight, succumbs, 1948/06/04: 1
        grandmother, Mrs. Melinda Terrell, passes in Waxahachie, 1948/03/05: 1
      gets NYA post (photo), 1942/11/06: 8 (filmed in 11/13 issue)
      guest speaker at St. James AME Church, 1955/03/11: 8
      Jo's Jottings (column)
      Links, Incorporated
        attends Links Western Area conference in California as president and delegate of San Antonio chapter (Jo's Jottings), 1970/04/24: 8
        presented Links, Inc. award of $1400 to S. J. Davis to augment his SAISD Board of Trustees campaign fund (photo), 1970/03/13: 8
        president of SA chapter of Links, Inc. (photo), 1969/06/27: 6
      welcomes guests to Pals "Summer Fantasy" party ending the social season (photo), 1967/06/16: 8
      women chairmen in Community War Chest fund drive named, 1944/09/29: 1
    Bellinger, Lillian Marie
      campus romance ends in divorce (photo), 1940/08/16: 1
      recent Wilberforce graduate matriculates at Ohio State (photo), 1932/06/24: 1
    Bellinger, Lucille
      notice of death, 1966/01/14: 8
      operator of St. Hedwig Road tavern killed by shotgun blast on New Year's Eve by her common-law husband, Charles King, 1966/01/07: 1
    Bellinger, Lue
      funeral services Tuesday, 1946/08/30: 1
    Bellinger, Osie
      San Antonio man found dead on railroad tracks near Buda, 1950/01/20: 1
    Bellinger, Dr. Ruth Ann
      accepted on medical staff of Baptist Memorial Hospital (photo), 1961/08/04: 1
      and Dr. C. A. Whittier
        admitted to Bexar County Medical Society (photo), 1955/05/27: 1
        given staff membership at Santa Rosa Hospital, 1955/07/15: 1
      flies to Mayo Clinic to be at mother's bedside, 1954/06/25: 6
      Grant, John Paul, 18-months-old, hit and injured by Bellinger's car, 1951/09/14: 1
      Magna Cum Laude graduate of Howard University (photo), 1932/06/17: 1
      marriage
        to Carl Curtis Beckwith
          Jo's Jottings, 1943/07/02: 6
          photo, 1943/07/09: 6
        Ruth Ann Bellinger and John Phillips join heart and hand (Jo's Jottings), 1936/01/10: 6
      receives promotion at Kelly Field dispensary (Jo's Jottings), 1969/11/14: 9
      Ruth Bellinger Beckwith and husband Carl receive MD degree (Jo's Jottings), 1944/03/17: 6
      scorns Texas governor for providing "identification" cards for foreign-born students at San Antonio air force bases (letter to editor), 1962/11/02: 4
      speaking engagements
        Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Delta Rho Chapter, for its first public health program (Jo's Jottings), 1962/04/20 Supp: 1
        annual SP picnic (photo), 1953/06/26: 7
        Emmanuel AME Church's Women's Day with Hattie Ruth Briscoe, 1956/06/29: 8 (filmed in 07/06 issue)
        Grant Memorial AME Church (photo), 1962/03/02: 4
        Greater Corinth Baptist Church Courtesy Club (photo), 1955/03/11: 8
        Hicks Beauty School, commencement speaker (photo), 1963/08/09: 6
        Ideal Workers Club of Corinth Baptist Church (photo), 1953/03/06: 6, 1953/03/13: 6
        mass meeting of Corpus NAACP membership campaign, 1952/05/09: 3
        principal speaker at local NAACP branch anniversary (photo), 1952/07/18: 1
        Sunday speaker at West End Baptist Church, 1951/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue)
    Bellinger, Sophie
      illness claims woman, 1939/07/28: 1
    Bellinger, Valmo Charles
      attends Sweatt Victory Fund, 1950/12/15: 4
      automobile crashes into home, 1965/01/29: 1
      awards and honors
        honored by Bank Employees Aid Club (photo), 1941/10/24: 1
        Pearl Brewing Co. luncheon honors members of Alamo City Chamber of Commerce and Wise Men's Luncheon Club (photo), 1963/07/26: 6
      Bellinger Taxi company robbed by Ernest Nichols, but this is not Valmo C. Bellinger's business; reporter gets his story a little mixed up, 1940/02/09: 1
      burglaries
        Allen, Frank, alleged burglar of home of Valmo C. Bellinger, publisher of San Antonio Register, laments wrong-doing with poetry, 1937/07/02: 6
        pigeon thieves stage another raid of his dovecot, 1961/05/05: 1
        prowler walks past dozing couple to go upstairs, 1960/12/02: 1
        prowlers loot publisher's deep freeze, 1959/07/17: 1
      civic service
        again selected on Grand Jury Commission, 1950/12/29: 3
        City of San Antonio cites seven for service, 1964/09/11: 1
        named to community relations commission, 1964/08/14: 1
        named to grand jury commission, 1949/07/15: 1
        San Antonio Negro Democratic Club organizes with more than 150 enthusiastic Demos present; V. C.. Bellinger unanimously elected President, 1937/09/24: 1
      divorce
        court dismisses divorce action against publisher, 1958/04/18: 1
        divorce suit withdrawn by Josephine Bellinger, 1953/03/06: 1
        publisher of SA Register sued for divorce, 1955/07/29: 1
        publisher's wife leaves unexpectedly, 1933/05/26: 1
        publisher's wife (Josephine) sues for divorce, 1953/03/06: 1
        sued for divorce for 3rd time by Josephine Crawford Bellinger, 1965/09/17: 1
      elected basileus of Psi Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, 1950/12/29: 3
      eyes reunion of St. Thomas (Minnesota) athletes, 1948/10/15: 3
      gets lesson in fishing with John A. Tucker and C. Roy McGowan; trio lands about 100 pounds of fish (photo), 1967/08/04: 6
      mother of, Celestine Bellinger, funeral rites held, 1963/06/14: 1
      pictured with Charlie Sifford at PGA Championship Tourney (photo), 1968/07/26: 7
      Police Commissioner Candidate Advocates Murder (editorial), 1939/04/28: 4
      publisher of Register (photo), 1941/05/04 Supp: 1 (Note: May 4 printed in error instead of May 2)
      shuffle board tournaments
        finalist, with Dr. M. L. Preacher, in shuffle board tournament, 1947/07/18: 6
        presents revolving trophy to brother, Harry M. Bellinger (photo), 1947/09/19: 3
        wins shuffle board crown, 1947/07/18: 3
      sister, Mrs. Lillian Bellinger Stilwell, demands accounting of Bellinger estate, 1942/06/26: 5
      small building burns from fire of unknown origin, 1962/07/20: 3
      speaking engagements
        brings down labor convention; extemporaneous talk by publisher precipitates thunderous applause (photo), 1940/06/28: 1
        delivers commencement address at Texas Southern University (photo), 1952/05/30: 1
        Men's Day at Emmanuel AME Church, August 17, 1958/08/15: 8 (filmed in 08/22 issue)
        next speaker at St. Philip's Junior College, 1945/03/02: 7
        publisher to speak on church broadcast tonight, 1941/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue)
        widely known figures will be speakers at four-day Southwestern Labor Conference (photos), 1940/11/29: 8 (filmed in 12/06 issue)
      trip promised to state Democratic Convention to top precinct vote getter by Valmo Bellinger, 1954/08/27: 1
      weds Josephine O. Crawford, 1939/06/02: 5
    Bellinger Taxi Company
    Bells of Ireland Garden Club
      10th anniversary
        celebrated with fall events related to club's founding (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/07 Supp: 4
        observance planned with an exhibit and election of officers (Jo's Jottings), 1962/10/05 Supp: 1
        observed with tea and garden exhibits with theme "Autumn's Enchantment" (Jo's Jottings) (photo), 1962/11/09 Supp: 1û2
        plans for observance set (Jo's Jottings), 1962/10/19 Supp: 1
      annual flower show
        attracts over 300 guests, 1970/05/01: 8
        caladium and plant sale held at Pine Street YWCA (Jo's Jottings), 1967/05/05: 8
        date set for 4th flower show and tea, "Echoes from Flowerland," 1960/04/22: 6
        flower and fashion show set for Sunday, 1970/04/24: 9
        flower show and tea attracts hundreds, 1962/05/11: 6
        held at Pine Street YWCA
          Jo's Jottings, 1962/04/27 Supp: 4
          photo, 1970/05/01: 7
        hostesses of 5th annual flower show tea (photo), 1961/04/14 Supp: 2
        members host 6th annual flower show and tea (photo), 1962/05/11 Supp: 4
        "Spirit of HemisFair"
          efforts crowned with success (photo), 1968/05/31: 9
          flower show draws plaudits, 1968/05/31: 8
          Jo's Jottings, 1968/05/03: 8
          theme of show, 1968/05/17: 9
        "Spring Symphony in Flowers" is theme (Jo's Jottings), 1961/04/07 Supp: 1
      Christmas meeting held (Jo's Jottings), 1962/01/19 Supp: 1
      Christmas party
        annual party held in home of Mrs. Latrell Wood, 1967/12/29: 9
          Jo's Jottings, 1968/01/12: 8
        hosted by Mrs. C. A. Whittier and Mrs. Aaron Wilson (Jo's Jottings), 1961/01/06 Supp: 2
      founders of club honored with breakfast (photo), 1964/04/17 Supp: 2 (filmed in 04/24 issue)
      garden show held with theme of "Autumn's Enchantment" (Jo's Jottings), 1962/11/02 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1954, 1954/01/22: 6
      meetings in 1955, 1955/08/05 Supp: 4
        Jo's Jottings, 1955/06/03 Supp: 1
      meetings in 1956, 1956/02/03: 4, 1956/11/02: 6
      meetings in 1957, 1957/10/04: 6, 1957/11/08: 6, 1957/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/20 issue)
      meetings in 1958, 1958/02/07: 6, 1958/03/07: 6, 1958/06/06: 6, 1958/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue), 1958/11/21: 6, 1959/01/09: 6
      meetings in 1959, 1959/05/22: 6, 1959/08/14: 6, 1959/12/04: 6
      meetings in 1960, 1959/03/27: 6, 1960/09/09 Supp: 3, 1960/12/02: 6
      meetings in 1961, 1961/02/10: 7, 1961/03/17: 7, 1961/08/04 Supp: 2, 1961/09/01 Supp: 3, 1961/12/08 Supp: 2
        Jo's Jottings, 1961/07/07 Supp: 1
      meetings in 1962, 1962/03/09: 6, 1962/04/06 Supp: 3, 1962/09/21 Supp: 3, 1962/12/07: 6
      meetings in 1966, 1966/02/04 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1967, 1967/10/06: 8, 1967/11/03: 9, 1967/12/08: 9
      meetings in 1968, 1968/02/09: 8, 1968/02/23: 8, 1968/03/08: 8, 1968/04/05: 8, 1968/05/03: 9, 1968/07/05: 8, 1968/08/09: 7, 1968/10/04: 8, 1968/11/01: 9, 1968/12/06: 8
      meetings in 1969, 1969/02/07: 8, 1969/03/07: 7, 1969/04/04: 8, 1969/06/06: 8, 1969/07/04: 8, 1969/10/03: 8, 1969/11/07: 8, 1969/12/05: 9
      officers
        election of officers held, 1962/08/03 Supp: 2
        installation of officers held (photo), 1965/10/08 Supp: 3
      projects listed for the year (Jo's Jottings), 1966/02/04 Supp: 1
      sidewalk for Pine Street YWCA dedicated (photo), 1968/10/11: 8
      social meeting held, 1966/12/02: 8
    Belmont-Commerce Street Community Club
      meetings in 1947, 1947/11/14: 2, 1948/01/02 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/23 Supp: 4, 1948/02/27 Supp: 3, 1948/03/19 Supp: 4, 1948/04/23 Supp: 3, 1948/06/11 Supp: 3, 1948/07/30 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1949, 1949/02/04 Supp: 3, 1949/04/01 Supp: 3, 1949/04/29: 2, 1949/07/08 Supp: 2, 1949/07/29 Supp: 2, 1949/09/02: 2, 1949/09/30: 4, 1949/11/04: 5, 1949/12/02: 2, 1949/12/30: 4
      meetings in 1950, 1950/03/03: 6, 1950/12/01: 4
      meetings in 1951, 1951/10/26: 4
      meetings in 1954, 1954/08/13: 6
      meetings in 1955, 1955/06/03 Supp: 3
      Red Cross home nursing class completed (Jo's Jottings), 1955/04/01 Supp: 1
      sponsors tea to open drive for piano for Harriet Tubman Home for the Needy Aged, 1954/08/13: 4
      tea given, 1948/05/14: 6
      Traywick, Mrs. Josephine, feted with surprise party, 1949/09/02 Supp: 2, 1949/09/02 Supp: 3
    Belmont Neighborhood Club
      holds open forum for all neighborhood clubs, 1953/10/16: 4
      meetings in 1952, 1952/08/01: 6, 1952/11/28: 6
      meetings in 1954, 1954/02/05 Supp: 2, 1954/04/30: 2
      meetings in 1956, 1956/04/06: 6
      meetings in 1959, 1959/04/03: 4, 1959/05/08: 7
    Beloit College (Beloit, WI)
      Delta Gamma Sorority chapter refuses to oust Negro pledge, despite pressure from the national council, 1962/05/11: 1
    Belton, Cicero
      notice of death, 1959/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue)
    Belton, Cornelia
      notice of death, 1963/01/04: 8 (filmed in 01/11 issue)
    Beltran, Thomas C.
      Marine completes refresher course, 1966/06/03: 7
    Belvin, Betty Jean
    Belvin, Charles I.
      receives retirement certificate and certificate of achievement at BAMC (photo), 1969/01/10: 3
    Belvin, Jessie
      notice of death, 1931/12/25: 8 (filmed in 04/01/1932 issue)
    Bemiss, Clara L. Weston
      funeral rites held, 1966/08/19: 1
      notice of death, 1966/08/19: 8 (filmed in 08/26 issue)
    Benedict College (Columbia, SC)
      alumni group seeks rehiring of three white profs, 1958/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue)
      Benedict trustees clear trio of Red smear by governor, 1958/03/07: 1
      bowing to Carolina racists is claimed as college fires three white professors, 1958/05/23: 1
      Carolina governor smears another college president, J. A. Bacoats, 1958/02/14: 1
      Payton, Rev. Benjamin F., quits his National Council of Churches post to become president of Benedict College, 1967/05/19: 1
    Benford, Andrew
      Kerrville, selected for service as air policeman at Lackland AFB (photo), 1964/01/03: 7
    Benford, Clarence A.
      father of four, dies in head-on crash with transport truck driven by D. C. Coats, 1956/12/21: 1
    Bennett, Alberta
      notice of death, 1963/12/27: 8 (filmed in 01/03 issue)
    Bennett, Anice I.
      notice of death, 1961/08/11: 8
    Bennett, Cpl. Clemmett, Jr.
      reported killed in action in Korea (photo), 1951/05/25: 1
    Bennett, Dennis O'Connor
      follows son, Larkin Bennett, in death, 1957/11/08: 1
    Bennett, Dexter A.
      ex-resident, who died in Colorado, is buried here, 1936/04/24: 7
    Bennett, Dora J.
      notice of death, 1959/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue)
    Bennett, Rev. Ernest F., Jr.
      accepts call to Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1950/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue)
      to address Reserve Officers Ass'n in Washington, DC, 1951/07/20: 1
      addresses New England District meeting of service men's frat, 1950/05/05: 7
    Bennett, Rev. Ernest Frank
      called to pastorate of St. John Independent Methodist Church, 1960/12/16: 8
    Bennett, Frank
      bedroom fall proves fatal to aged Santonian, 1938/04/01: 1
    Bennett, Ida Lee Wiseman
      notice of death, 1963/04/26: 8
      San Antonio girl, 12, drowns in Willow Wood pool, 1963/04/19: 1
    Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
      Prairie View couple killed in automobile crash near Brenham, 1969/04/18: 1
    Bennett, Joan Janice
      named "Miss Personality" of Phillis Wheatley High School (photo), 1968/03/01: 8
    Bennett, Joyce
      notice of death, 1959/10/16: 8 (filmed in 10/23 issue)
    Bennett, Larkin
      notice of death, 1957/10/25: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
      succumbs to year's illness (photo), 1957/10/18: 1
    Bennett, Lloyd
      Samuels, Virgil, Charles Davis, and Charles Glenn no-billed in tavern killing, 1957/09/27: 1
      starts shooting at Charlie's Place, is hit by slugs from three pistols, fired by Virgil Samuels, Charles Davis, and Charles Glenn; victim dies, 1956/12/07: 1
    Bennett, Lottie Isabella
      notice of death, 1964/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
    Bennett, Maggie
      notice of death, 1969/01/10: 10 (filmed in 01/17 issue)
    Bennett, Mandy A.
      80-year-old woman dies, 1955/02/25: 4
    Bennett, Mary Ann
      SA resident for 15 years succumbs, 1953/01/16: 1
    Bennett, Paralee
      notice of death, 1958/10/03: 8 (filmed in 10/10 issue)
      obsequies conducted, 1958/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue)
    Bennett, Philip, Jr.
      survives knife attack, roommate is slain in Mexico City robbery, 1963/03/08: 1
    Bennett, Reed G.
      notice of death, 1936/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue)
    Bennett, Sadie M.
      notice of death, 1969/01/31: 10 (filmed in 02/07 issue)
      stroke proves fatal (photo), 1969/01/24: 1
    Bennett, Willie
      former San Antonian dies in Houston, 1960/01/29: 4
    Bennett College for Women (Greensboro, NC)
      Brown, Barbara R., is Fulbright Fellow (photo), 1956/03/30: 1
      butter and eggs take place of tuition, 1931/10/09: 3
      commencement scenes (photo), 1961/05/19: 2
      commencement speakers shown (photo), 1965/06/04: 2
      Dungee, Grace, honored by appointment to national college board of Mademoiselle magazine (photo), 1957/02/15: 1
      enrolls first white girl, 1952/04/11: 1
      gets $97,000 for new science building, 1936/02/28: 6
      new chapel dedicated at Bennett College, 1941/11/28: 2
      plans 86th commencement exercises (photo), 1959/05/22: 2
      Player, Dr. Willia B., named president (photo), 1955/12/09: 1
      receives donation of $100,000, 1934/04/20: 1
      Sayles, James Henry, Jr., appointed as instructor (photo), 1947/09/26: 1
      Streat, Louise G., appointed director of home and family life education (photo), 1962/10/12: 1
    Benning, Eleanor
      notice of death, 1961/07/14: 4
    Benning, Haywood
      notice of death, 1964/03/27: 8 (filmed in 04/03 issue)
    Benning, Lula
      notice of death, 1961/06/23: 8
    Benning, Ross
      notice of death, 1958/05/02: 8 (filmed in 05/09 issue)
    Benning, William H., Sr.
      funeral services held, 1934/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue)
      notice of death, 1934/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue)
    Benning Family
      old Benning homestead is scene of family reunion (Jo's Jottings), 1954/07/02: 6
    Benny Goodman Orchestra
      new orchestra ready for action, 1940/11/22: 2
      signs Race girl to sing with band, 1939/06/16: 1
    Benson, Ben
      Kerrville father slain by 17-year-old son, Ben Carl Benson, Jr., 1950/03/10: 1
    Benson, Desmer, Jr.
      accepts teaching position in Northside Independent School District (photo), 1969/07/25: 8
    Benson, Fred D. (Atlanta Life Insurance Co.)
      ace salesmen sells $94,000 worth of insurance in 1946 (photo), 1947/01/10: 6
      appointed ordinary supervisor of San Antonio district (photo), 1960/02/05: 6
      celebrates 25 years with Atlanta Life (photo), 1958/09/26: 6
      honors co-workers at Christmas party, 1945/12/28: 6
      hosts annual Christmas party for agents and office force, 1960/01/08: 6
      wins trip to New York for selling insurance (photo), 1946/07/05: 5
    Benson, Jeanne Kathryn
    Benson, Julia Mae
      notice of death, 1966/06/17: 8 (filmed in 06/24 issue)
    Benson, Linda
      accepts teaching position in Northside Independent School District (photo), 1969/07/25: 8
    Benson, Mitchell R.
      funeral services held, 1946/05/17: 1
    Benson, Mrs. R. J.
      with H. Rhett James, and Dolores Linton, make history as the first Negroes of graduating class at Our Lady of the Lake College (photos), 1952/05/30: 1
    Benson, Robert
      notice of death, 1960/07/15: 8
    Benson, Ronald
      tops honor roll at Sam Houston High School (photo), 1966/02/04: 1
    Benson, Rosamond J.
      See also Benson-Hines Choraliers
      death of
        final rites held for public school teacher and musician (photo), 1960/09/30: 1
        notice of death, 1960/10/07: 8
        principals in dedication service pictured (photo), 1967/10/20: 6
        Smith, Rev. E. A., dedicatory speaker at special memorial service (photo), 1967/10/13: 10 (filmed in 10/20 issue)
        St. Paul vesper service is tribute to Mrs. Benson, 1967/10/13: 3
      force and founder behind the Benson-Hines Choraliers (Have You Met ...) (photo), 1954/01/22 Supp: 2
      local thespian cast in San Antonio Little Theatre play, "The Crucible," 1954/04/02: 6
      makes initial bow in "Ninth Guest" (photo), 1936/04/03: 6
      my trip to New York, 1946/07/19 Supp: 3, 1946/07/26 Supp: 3, 1946/08/02 Supp: 2
      St. Paul choir, under direction of Mrs. Benson, assists Thurman Lloyd Hines in piano recital, 1947/03/28: 4
    Benson, Selvin
      Robstown man dies hour after auto hits him, 1944/11/24: 5
    Benson, Theodore
      notice of death, 1934/11/02: 8 (filmed in 11/09 issue)
    Benson, William
      notice of death, 1964/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue)
    Benson Florists (basketball team)
    Benson-Hines Choraliers
      annual Easter program presented at Bethel AME Church April 9, 1952/04/04: 4
      annual program presented Mon. night, Dec. 14, 1953/12/11: 6
      to appear in Seguin, Sunday, at Wesley Chapel Methodist Church, 1950/08/18: 8 (filmed in 08/25 issue)
      Benson, Rosamond J., is the force and founder behind the Benson-Hines Choraliers (Have You Met ... column) (photo), 1954/01/22 Supp: 2
      capacity crowd expected to hear Choraliers in first concert, Dec. 1, 1952/11/28: 7
      in concert here Sunday, June 22, 1952/06/13: 2
      continue community service, 1950/03/24: 4
      featured at First Methodist Church, Seguin (Jo's Jottings), 1954/02/19 Supp: 1
      first concert to be presented Monday, December 1, 1952/11/21: 7
      heard Sunday at Union Baptist, 1950/11/03: 8 (filmed in 11/10 issue)
      make bow on television, 1950/03/10: 7
      in program of sacred music, 1950/03/17: 6, 1951/03/09: 2
      sing for aged at Southton, Bexar County Home for the Aged and Tubercular, 1950/02/10: 7
      to sing in carol service at St. Philip's, 1950/12/22: 6
      in special Christmas program, 1949/12/16 Supp: 2
    Benton, Fannie J. Cooke
      notice of death, 1963/01/04: 8 (filmed in 01/11 issue)
    Benton, Olivia
      funeral services held, 1934/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue)
      notice of death, 1934/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue)
    Bentsen, Mrs. Lloyd M., Jr.
      honored at reception while on campaign trail for her husband (Jo's Jottings), 1970/04/03: 8
    Benzes, Anna Mae
      notice of death, 1958/12/05: 8 (filmed in 12/12 issue)
    BERAAL, Ladies Auxiliary No. 2, 1939/11/17: 4
    Bernal, Joe J. (Texas State Senator)
      guest speaker at San Antonio NAACP branch, 1968/01/19: 6
    Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
      Aubrey Joseph Bernard, 4, critically burned as fire sweeps home, 1953/10/30: 1
      kindly SA gives fire-hit family new start with furniture and cash contributions, 1953/11/06: 1
    Bernard, W.
      opens first Race portrait studio (photo), 1941/02/07: 6
    Bernard Harris Middle School (San Antonio, TX)
      Douglass dumps Harris, 14-6, in junior loop football play, 1965/10/08: 5
    Bernice's School of Charm
      See also Evans, Bernice (Mrs. Robert)
      charm/fashion workshop at Hicks Beauty School
        details perfected for charm, fashion workshop, Aug. 15 at Hicks Beauty School, 1954/08/06: 4
        fashion workshop set for August 15 at Hicks Beauty School, 1954/07/30: 6
        to hold open house on classes in charm (Jo's Jottings), 1954/05/14: 7
        open house for school of charm and modeling at Hicks Beauty School
          (Jo's Jottings), 1954/05/21 Supp: 1
          photo, 1954/05/21 Supp: 3
        Pike, Gill, international fashion coordinator, directs charm-fashion workshop and charm school graduation set for Sunday (photo), 1954/08/13: 6
      charm school open house set for Sunday, 1955/06/03: 6
      formal opening attended by large group (Jo's Jottings), 1961/09/22 Supp: 4
      graduation
        "Dinner with Bernice" to be held by graduating class, 1962/11/16: 6
        graduation exercises to be held with Mrs. William Hammond, Baltimore, guest speaker (photo), 1962/11/16 Supp: 3
        interest mounts in Charm School graduation, 1962/11/09: 6
      Mrs. Evans receives charm school certificate (photo), 1953/09/25 Supp: 3
      offers course in charm and personality, 1962/07/13: 6
      student teas
        informal tea hosted by students with demonstrations of techniques learned in the course of study, 1962/02/02 Supp: 3
        students hold tea for mothers and guests (Jo's Jottings), 1961/08/11 Supp: 3
      Young Matrons Club
        meetings in 1962, 1962/08/17 Supp: 3
        meetings in 1963, 1963/07/19: 6
        officers elected, 1962/08/03 Supp: 1
      Young Sweethearts Charm Class tea held at Water Spring Tower House, Seguin (photo), 1970/04/24: 6
    Bernstein, Stanley
      vice-president impeached by Bexar County Young Democrats Club because of "inactivity," 1962/07/27: 1
    Berry, Adam
      Berry, Borican cop AAU titles, 1942/06/26: 3
      wins NCAA high jump championship, 1942/06/19: 3
    Berry, Alonzo Lee
      final rites held for infant, 8 months old, 1958/07/04: 8 (filmed in 07/11 issue)
    Berry, Anna Belle Haywood
      notice of death, 1967/02/10: 4
      Southern Pacific sued in death of woman, 1967/02/10: 1
      train runs over woman lying on SP railroad tracks, fatally injured, 1967/01/27: 1
    Berry, Charles (Chuck)
      appearances
        Municipal Auditorium (photo), 1956/07/20: 7, 1956/11/09: 7
        "Upbeat" syndicated TV show, 1967/05/26: 6
      morals cases
        gets five years, fine in morals case; rock 'n roller is convicted in affair involving 14-year-old Indian girl (photo), 1960/03/25: 1
        loses appeal in morals case involving a 14-year-old Indian girl, 1961/11/17: 1
        not guilty of Mann-Act charge of transporting 18-year-old woman across state lines, 1960/06/10: 1
    Berry, Cornelia Margaret
      entertains [President] Roosevelt at "Winter White House" (photo), 1935/12/27: 6
    Berry, Gemeral E., Jr.
      SA airman's division wins unit award, 1968/10/11: 9
    Berry, Dr. J. Therold
      turn back the hate mongers! (Dr. J. Therold Berry and friends, in San Antonio), 1955/04/01: 1
    Berry, Rev. L. L.
    Berry, Leon "Chu"
      final rites held, 1941/11/07: 1
    Berry, Marnina Lynn
      notice of death, 1969/03/28: 10 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
    Berry, Matthew P.
      death overtakes San Antonio man ill many years, 1942/07/17: 1
    Berry, Melanie
      two girls die in fire, 1969/03/14: 1
    Berry, Pearl ( Church of the Living God, Pillar and Ground of the Truth)
      former SA evangelist, now of Houston, conducts services, 1960/07/22: 8, 1960/07/29: 8
      open air revival to be held with evangelist P. Berry, guest speaker, 1962/08/24: 4, 1962/08/31: 4
      San Antonians attend installation rites in Austin of pastor, Pearl Berry, and officers of the church, 1963/03/08: 4
    Berry, Ray
      one of two San Antonio escapees from LaGrange jail slain near Paris, 1960/04/22: 1
    Berry, Steve
      said to be prowling, shot to death by SA officers, 1945/06/01: 1
    Berry, Theodore M.
      director of Office of Economic Opportunity, receives "Award of Honor" from Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 1969/08/15: 6
    Berryman, Willie B.
      notice of death, 1968/05/03: 10 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
    Berthel, Karleen
      little girl, 'kept quiet' with knitting yarn, now fashion designer (photo), 1968/11/08: 8
    Besant, Henry
      retired railroad man succumbs to heart attack, 1941/02/28: 1
    Besant, John, Jr.
      leaves for St. John's College, New York City (photo), 1947/08/15: 6
    Bess, Blanche McGrew
      succumbs (photo), 1954/10/01: 1
    Bess, Miss Bobbie
      final San Antonio American Legion "Bathing Follies" winner, 1947/07/25: 6
    Bess, James
      notice of death, 1963/04/26: 8
    Bess, SSgt. James H.
      brother of San Antonian, Joe L. Webb, awarded Air Force medal, 1966/09/02: 3
    Bess, Lonnie Melvin
      notice of death, 1964/11/06: 8 (filmed in 11/13 issue)
    Bess, Milton
      final rites held, 1952/09/26: 4
    Bess, Oran Nelson
      notice of death, 1960/04/01: 8 (filmed in 04/08 issue)
    Bess, Willie
      murder strikes city again as blast from shot gun ends hunt for pair of dark glasses; I. C. "Twister" Cruse shoots him down, 1935/12/27: 1
    Besselieu, Mrs. Warren E.
      guest speaker for first annual observance of Women's Day at Memorial Baptist Church (photo), 1958/04/18: 8 (filmed in 04/25 issue)
    Best, Mrs. Pennie
      death claims Mrs. Best at age of 94, 1947/09/19: 1
    Bethany Baptist Church
      Brotherhood holds Sunday program, Rev. L. D. Jackson, Olive Street CME Church, guest speaker, 1962/06/01: 4
      ends dedication service with closing sermon preached by Rev. B. Tyree Alexander, 1957/06/14: 6
      Glosson, Rev. Julius C.
        cited for pioneering religious services at Welcome Home for the Blind (photo), 1958/07/18: 8 (filmed in 07/25 issue)
        opening and dedication services observed with pastor, Rev. Glosson (photo), 1957/06/07: 8 (filmed in 06/14 issue)
      Gospel Melodies of Seguin heard in full program, 1962/06/01: 4
      hosts musical program with a number of gospel singers Sunday, August 18, 1957/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue)
      Inman, John, special speaker, 1959/08/07: 6 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
      Women's Day observed, 1957/08/23: 8 (filmed in 08/30 issue), 1959/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue)
        Killough, Ernestine, guest speaker, 1960/07/15: 8
        Word, Mrs. N. W., guest speaker (photo), 1964/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
      Youth Day held, with Mrs. Naurita Inman Hegwood, guest speaker, 1963/10/11: 4
    Bethea, Elvin
      Bethea eyes Olympics in discus and shot put, 1968/05/17: 5
      North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College
        Bethea elated over draft by Houston Oilers, 1968/02/09: 5
        breaks 2 records in conclusion of his college career, 1968/05/31: 5
        freshman football star was national high school track champion, 1964/12/25: 5
        and Melvin Phillips, get top athletic awards, 1966/06/03: 5
        A and T's Bethea, Bob Beamon, are national track contenders, 1966/04/01: 5
    Bethel AME Church
      ACE League, meetings in 1943, 1943/03/12: 8 (filmed in 03/19 issue)
      AME meetings
        District Conference to convene at New Braunfels, 1934/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue)
        East SA District Conference held at Bethel, 1953/08/21: 6
        Laymen's Council of the Southwest, Mexico, and Rio Grande
          executive staff holds sixth meeting at Bethel AME Church, 1958/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
          to hold first annual convention, June 1, 2, at Bethel Church, 1951/05/25: 7
        Southwest Texas AME Conference
          See Southwest Texas AME Conference, annual session, Bethel AME Church
      AME Ministers' Wives Alliance observe 11th anniversary at Bethel, 1958/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue)
      American Woodmen hold anniversary and sermon at Bethel AME, 1948/04/23: 8
      anniversaries
        42nd anniversary, 1931/09/11: 8 (filmed in 09/18 issue)
        43rd anniversary, 1932/08/26: 5
      baby contest winners announced (photo), 1945/10/26: 6
      bazaar to be held, 1963/03/08: 4
      Bethel Presiding Club meets, 1931/12/25: 6
      Book of Redemption program to be held, 1933/12/15: 1, 1933/12/15: 8 (filmed in 12/22 issue), 1933/12/22: 8 (filmed in 12/29 issue)
      Boy Scout Troop (Bethel AME Troop No. 73)
      Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters to have annual program, 1938/05/13: 5
      Brotherhood sponsors inaugural dinner, 1940/12/13: 6
      celebrates anniversary of New Hope Baptist Church senior choir, 1965/11/12: 4
      choirs
        43rd anniversary celebrated with fund raising event, 1934/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue)
        Angel Choir feted at picnic, 1969/05/23: 8
        choir, pastor, score on KONO radio program, 1932/04/22: 1
        on 'Glorified Voices' program
          Church of God, Bethel groups on air, Sunday, 1940/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue)
          with Friendship Baptist Church, 1941/03/07: 8 (filmed in 03/14 issue)
          pre-Xmas program broadcasted, 1942/12/18: 6
        Gospel Choir news, 1943/01/08: 8 (filmed in 01/15 issue), 1943/07/30: 6
        Gospel Choir news (1940), 1940/05/24: 8 (filmed in 05/31 issue)
        Gospel Choir news (1942), 1942/01/23: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue), 1942/01/30: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1942/06/05: 8 (filmed in 06/12 issue), 1942/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue), 1942/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue), 1942/06/26: 8 (filmed in 07/17 issue), 1942/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue), 1942/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1942/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue), 1942/11/06: 6, 1942/11/13: 8 (filmed in 11/13 issue), 1942/11/20: 8 (filmed in 12/04 issue), 1942/12/18: 8 (filmed in 12/25 issue)
        Gospel Choir news (1943), 1943/01/08: 8 (filmed in 01/15 issue), 1943/07/30: 6
        Gospel Choir news (1944), 1944/01/28: 7
        Gospel Choir news (1945), 1945/03/02: 5
        news in 1943, 1943/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue), 1943/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/09 issue), 1943/05/21: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue), 1943/06/18: 6, 1943/07/16: 4
        notes in 1939, 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue), 1939/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue)
        notes in 1943, 1943/02/05: 8 (filmed in 02/26 issue), 1943/03/12: 8 (filmed in 03/19 issue)
        senior choir
          29th anniversary celebrated [incorrectly stated as 21st anniversary], 1940/09/20: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue)
          31st anniversary celebrated, 1942/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue)
          37th anniversary celebrated, 1948/07/30 Supp: 1
          entertains Mrs. Eva Hornsby, 1933/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue)
          entertains Pastor Johnson and wife, 1934/11/02: 7
          feted with dinner party, 1939/03/24: 8 (filmed in 03/31 issue)
          musical commemorates 37th anniversary, 1948/07/30: 8
          reelects all officers, 1938/12/09: 8 (filmed in 12/16 issue)
      Christmas services, 1932/12/30: 8 (filmed in 1933/01/06 issue)
      City-Wide Beauticians Club to worship April 8 at Bethel AME Church, 1951/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue)
      Clark, Mrs. C. S., noted woman preacher, at Bethel Church, 1933/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue)
      Clower, Mrs. L. A., church leader honored at Bethel AME Church (Jo's Jottings), 1961/04/14 Supp: 1
      co-operation program to be sponsored by Stewardess Board No. 3, 1948/04/09: 8
      congregation to worship with New Union Baptist Church, 1969/03/28: 10
      Courtesy Committee
        hosts tea (Jo's Jottings), 1962/03/23 Supp: 4
        notes 23rd anniversary, 1964/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue)
      Daughters of Bethel hold annual tea, 1963/05/31: 6
      Deaconess Board meets, 1941/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue)
      delightful tea at Bethel, 1931/10/30: 6
      Dollar Money Club
        club entertains president, 1932/12/02: 6
        club feted by president, 1933/03/31: 7
        meetings in 1933, 1933/02/03: 6, 1933/02/10: 7
        meetings in 1934, 1934/11/02: 8 (filmed in 11/09 issue)
        news, 1932/06/17: 5, 1932/07/08: 7, 1932/07/22: 6, 1932/11/11: 8 (filmed in 11/18 issue), 1933/01/27: 6
      Doyle, Henry Eman, Austin principal to speak, 1941/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
      Easter celebration/services, 1932/04/01: 8 (filmed in 04/15 issue), 1933/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1933/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue), 1934/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue), 1934/04/06: 8 (filmed in 04/13 issue), 1936/04/17: 8 (filmed in 04/24 issue)
      Educational Club meets, 1941/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue), 1941/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue), 1941/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue), 1941/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue)
      Educational Department meets, 1941/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue), 1941/10/10: 7, 1941/10/17: 8 (filmed in 11/07 issue), 1941/10/24: 6, 1941/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue), 1941/11/14: 8 (filmed in 11/21 issue), 1941/12/26: 8 (filmed in 01/02 issue)
      evangelistic service Sunday, 1953/09/18: 8
      fellowship dinner
        honors new members, 1965/04/23: 6
        well attended, 1964/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue)
      fund raising
        choir's 43rd anniversary celebrated with fund raising event, 1934/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue)
        Household Furniture donates prize for fund raising, 1934/02/16: 1
        rally for fund raising a great success, 1934/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue)
        Second Effort Rally closes, 1934/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue)
      Gomez, Bishop Joseph T.
        to preach at Bethel AME Sunday, Feb. 7, 1954/02/05: 8
        to speak at Bethel AME in for Paul Quinn College tornado drive (photo), 1953/06/26: 8
        to speak at Bethel AME tea Sunday, 1953/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue)
      Grand Union of Colored Laborers hold annual sermon, 1934/05/25: 5
      Grovey, R. R., voting rights leader to speak at Bethel AME (photo), 1944/08/18: 1
      Harvey, Rev. A. W.
        Revs. Harvey, Taylor, and Valentine returned to churches as annual AME conference closes, 1938/01/21: 1
        sends telegram to President to end anti-lynch filibuster (photo), 1938/01/21: 1
      Hicks, Jessie Mae, Mother's Day guest speaker, 1968/05/10: 10 (filmed in 05/17 issue)
      Homecoming Day Sunday observed Oct. 11, 1953/10/09: 6
      Hughes, Lucy M., president of women's home and foreign mission society, speaks at Bethel, 1942/05/01: 6
      Illinois minister, E.W. Wittenberg, to be guest preacher, 1934/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue)
      Johnson, Rev. H. G.
        board members pledge to work with new pastor, 1933/11/24: 8 (filmed in 12/01 issue)
        leaves for Bishops' Council, 1934/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue)
        senior choir entertains Pastor Johnson and wife, 1934/11/02: 7
      Junior Missionary Society
        meetings in 1941, 1941/08/01: 8 (filmed in 08/08 issue)
        meetings in 1942, 1942/07/31: 8 (filmed in 08/07 issue), 1942/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1942/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue), 1942/08/28: 8 (filmed in 09/04 issue)
      Layman's League monthly program held with Moro Jean Womack, guest speaker, 1970/04/24: 7
      Laymen's Day, Dr. John Leslie Patton, Jr., guest speaker (photo), 1961/06/30: 4
      Leake, Rev. Williard, to conduct revival (photo), 1940/07/26: 8 (filmed in 08/02 issue), 1949/05/27: 8
      Lowe, J. W. and M. S. Stuart, district manager and general manager, to be speakers at Bethel AME Church (photo), 1936/09/25: 1
      Marshall, Alice, is guest speaker for Annie E. Hunt Missionary Society of Bethel (photo), 1954/01/29: 8
      Men's Day
        Baker, Rev. J. Francis, pastor is Men's Day speaker (photo), 1956/05/25: 8 (filmed in 06/01 issue)
        Grovey, R. R., to speak, 1950/06/16: 2, 1950/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue)
        Harvey, Rev. A. W., is guest speaker (photo), 1946/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue)
        observance of, 1951/09/28: 6, 1953/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue), 1955/09/23: 8, 1956/10/12: 8 (filmed in 10/19 issue), 1957/09/20: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue)
      ministers perform in music, recitations, and readings, 1932/08/26: 8 (filmed in 09/02 issue)
      Missionary Society
        Briscoe, Mrs. Hattie R., guest speaker for Missionary Society (photo), 1956/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue)
        meetings in 1939, 1939/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1939/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue), 1939/05/19: 6, 1939/06/16: 8 (filmed in 06/23 issue), 1939/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue), 1939/06/30: 8 (filmed in 07/07 issue), 1939/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue), 1939/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/18 issue)
        meetings in 1942, 1942/09/04: 8 (filmed in 09/11 issue)
        meetings in 1947, 1947/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue)
        meetings in 1953, 1953/11/20: 8
        to present play, "A Call to Service," 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue)
        sponsors worship service, 1939/04/28: 8 (filmed in 05/05 issue)
      Moore, Mrs. Lewis T., Huston-Tillotson College, is guest speaker at Bethel Sunday, 1954/01/22: 8
      musicales
        Antioch Jubileers appear at Bethel AME Church Sunday (photo), 1951/09/14: 8 (filmed in 09/21 issue)
        "Battle of Songs" held Sunday, 1957/02/15: 8 (filmed in 02/22 issue)
        Benson-Hines Choraliers present annual Easter program at Bethel AME Church April 9, 1952/04/04: 4
        Bowdre, Lewis Lamartino, gospel choir presents organ recital, 1950/05/12: 8 (filmed in 05/19 issue)
        Cherry, Mae Dell, presented in recital by the gospel choir (photo), 1954/06/18: 8 (filmed in 06/25 issue)
        Chosen Gospel Singers of California presented by Quartet and Singers Association June 1., 1954/05/28: 8 (filmed in 06/04 issue)
        famed Gospel singers, Lambert Brothers, to perform, 1948/12/24: 8 (filmed in 12/31 issue)
        Gospel Choir to present musicale, 1945/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue)
        Hines, T. Lloyd in organ recital, Friday, March 2, 1951/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue)
        Holloway, Mamie, presented in recital, assisted by Myrtle Lee Warner and Katheryn Ann Walker, 1960/03/18: 4
        interracial musical held Thursday, April 1, 1954/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/02 issue)
        Johnson, Mattye Jean, in recital May 9, 1949/04/22: 4, 1949/04/29: 6
        La Vernia Singers (Brooks Gospel Singers) to perform, 1949/03/04: 8
        May, Brother Joe, in program Aug. 6, 1953/07/31: 4
        musical festival set, 1960/01/15: 4
        musicale to be presented after service, 1942/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue)
        'Parade of Stars' musical program held, 1967/02/17: 10
        Paul Quinn College Singers to appear, 1933/05/05: 3
        Prairie View a capella choir performs, 1960/02/05: 6, 1960/02/19: 6
        song fest to be presented, Tues., at Bethel AME, 1943/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue)
        Southern Melody Gospel Singers, Corpus Christi to perform, 1934/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1934/05/18: 1
        spring song festival given at Bethel AME, 1941/03/14: 1
        triple spiritual singing attraction on Jan. 23, 1956/01/06: 8 (filmed in 01/13 issue), 1956/01/13: 8 (filmed in 01/20 issue)
        Ushers to present musicale June 26, 1945/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue)
        Wittenberg, Dr. Edward W., presented in recital (Jo's Jottings), 1934/02/23: 6
      Nelson, Rev. A. R.
        guest speaker for Usher Board of Grant Memorial AME 16th anniversary celebration (photo), 1958/04/11: 8 (filmed in 04/18 issue)
        pastor, is guest speaker at Wise Men's Luncheon Club meeting, 1958/04/11: 6
        speaker for NAACP radio program, 1959/06/19: 7
      new building
        building fund tea set for Sunday, 1963/02/22: 6
        dedicatory rites set, 1966/09/02: 8 (filmed in 09/09 issue), 1966/09/09: 8 (filmed in 09/16 issue)
        "The Old Ship of Zion" sponsored by Helen Spencer for building fund, 1964/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue)
        open house held (Jo's Jottings), 1966/10/07: 8
      news in 1931, 1931/05/29: 10 (filmed in 08/07 issue), 1931/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1931/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue), 1931/08/28: 8 (filmed in 09/04 issue), 1931/11/20: 6, 1931/12/04: 8 (filmed in 12/11 issue), 1931/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue), 1931/12/18: 8 (filmed in 12/25 issue), 1931/12/25: 8 (filmed in 04/01/1932 issue)
      news in 1932, 1932/04/15: 5, 1932/04/22: 8 (filmed in 04/29 issue), 1932/04/29: 8 (filmed in 05/06 issue), 1932/05/06: 8 (filmed in 05/13 issue), 1932/05/13: 8 (filmed in 05/20 issue), 1932/05/27: 8 (filmed in 06/03 issue), 1932/06/03: 8 (filmed in 06/10 issue), 1932/06/17: 8 (filmed in 06/24 issue), 1932/06/24: 8 (filmed in 07/01 issue), 1932/07/01: 5, 1932/07/08: 8 (filmed in 07/15 issue), 1932/07/15: 8 (filmed in 07/22 issue), 1932/07/29: 8 (filmed in 08/05 issue), 1932/08/05: 8 (filmed in 08/12 issue), 1932/08/12: 8 (filmed in 08/19 issue), 1932/08/19: 8 (filmed in 08/26 issue), 1932/08/26: 5, 1932/09/02: 8 (filmed in 09/09 issue), 1932/09/09: 8 (filmed in 09/16 issue), 1932/09/16: 8 (filmed in 09/23 issue), 1932/09/23: 8 (filmed in 09/30 issue), 1932/10/14: 8 (filmed in 10/21 issue), 1932/10/21: 8 (filmed in 10/28 issue), 1932/10/28: 8 (filmed in 11/04 issue), 1932/11/04: 8 (filmed in 11/11 issue), 1932/11/11: 8 (filmed in 11/18 issue), 1932/11/25: 8 (filmed in 12/02 issue), 1932/12/02: 8 (filmed in 12/09 issue), 1932/12/09: 8 (filmed in 12/16 issue), 1932/12/16: 8 (filmed in 12/23 issue), 1932/12/23: 8 (filmed in 12/30 issue)
      news in 1933, 1933/01/06: 8 (filmed in 01/13 issue), 1933/01/13: 8 (filmed in 01/20 issue), 1933/01/20: 8 (filmed in 01/27 issue), 1933/01/27: 8 (filmed in 02/03 issue), 1933/02/03: 8 (filmed in 02/10 issue), 1933/02/10: 8 (filmed in 02/17 issue), 1933/02/17: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue), 1933/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/17 issue), 1933/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1933/03/24: 8 (filmed in 03/31 issue), 1933/04/07: 8 (filmed in 04/14 issue), 1933/04/28: 8 (filmed in 05/05 issue), 1933/05/05: 8 (filmed in 05/12 issue), 1933/05/12: 8 (filmed in 05/19 issue), 1933/05/12: 8 (filmed in 05/26 issue), 1933/05/26: 8 (filmed in 06/09 issue), 1933/06/09: 8 (filmed in 06/16 issue), 1933/06/16: 8 (filmed in 06/23 issue), 1933/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue), 1933/06/30: 8 (filmed in 07/07 issue), 1933/07/07: 8 (filmed in 07/14 issue), 1933/07/14: 8 (filmed in 07/21 issue), 1933/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue), 1933/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/11 issue), 1933/08/18: 8 (filmed in 08/25 issue), 1933/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue), 1933/09/08: 8 (filmed in 09/15 issue), 1933/09/15: 8 (filmed in 09/22 issue), 1933/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29 issue), 1933/09/29: 8 (filmed in 10/06 issue), 1933/11/03: 8 (filmed in 11/10 issue), 1933/11/10: 8 (filmed in 11/17 issue), 1933/11/24: 8 (filmed in 12/01 issue), 1933/12/01: 8 (filmed in 12/08 issue), 1933/12/08: 8 (filmed in 12/15 issue), 1933/12/15: 8 (filmed in 12/22 issue), 1933/12/22: 8 (filmed in 12/29 issue), 1933/12/29: 8 (filmed in 1934/01/05 issue)
      news in 1934, 1934/01/05: 8 (filmed in 01/12 issue), 1934/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue), 1934/01/19: 8 (filmed in 01/26 issue), 1934/01/26: 8 (filmed in 02/02 issue), 1934/02/02: 8 (filmed in 02/09 issue), 1934/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue), 1934/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue), 1934/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1934/03/02: 8 (filmed in 03/09 issue), 1934/03/09: 8 (filmed in 03/16 issue), 1934/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue), 1934/03/23: 8 (filmed in 03/30 issue), 1934/04/20: 8 (filmed in 04/27 issue), 1934/04/27: 8 (filmed in 05/04 issue), 1934/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue), 1934/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1934/05/18: 8 (filmed in 05/25 issue), 1934/05/25: 8 (filmed in 06/01 issue), 1934/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue), 1934/06/15: 8 (filmed in 06/22 issue), 1934/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue), 1934/06/29: 8 (filmed in 07/06 issue), 1934/07/13: 8 (filmed in 07/20 issue), 1934/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue), 1934/10/12: 8 (filmed in 10/19 issue), 1934/10/19: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue), 1934/11/02: 8 (filmed in 11/09 issue), 1934/11/09: 8 (filmed in 11/16 issue), 1934/11/16: 7
      news in 1935, 1935/04/05: 8 (filmed in 05/17 issue), 1935/05/17: 8 (filmed in 06/07 issue), 1935/06/07: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue), 1935/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue), 1935/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/19 issue), 1935/07/19: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue), 1935/08/02: 8 (filmed in 08/09 issue), 1935/08/09: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue), 1935/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue), 1935/09/27: 8 (filmed in 10/18 issue), 1935/10/18: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue), 1935/11/15: 8 (filmed in 12/06 issue), 1935/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue), 1935/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/27 issue), 1935/12/27: 8 (filmed in 1936/01/03 issue)
      news in 1936, 1936/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue), 1936/01/10: 8 (filmed in 01/17 issue), 1936/01/17: 8 (filmed in 01/24 issue), 1936/01/24: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue), 1936/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue), 1936/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue), 1936/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue), 1936/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue), 1936/02/28: 7, 1936/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue), 1936/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue), 1936/03/20: 7, 1936/03/27: 8 (filmed in 04/03 issue), 1936/04/03: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue), 1936/04/10: 7, 1936/04/24: 8 (filmed in 05/01 issue), 1936/05/01: 8 (filmed in 05/08 issue), 1936/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/15 issue), 1936/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue), 1936/06/05: 8 (filmed in 06/12 issue), 1936/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue), 1936/06/19: 8, 1936/07/03: 8 (filmed in 07/10 issue), 1936/07/10: 8 (filmed in 07/17 issue), 1936/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue), 1936/07/24: 8 (filmed in 07/31 issue), 1936/07/31: 8 (filmed in 08/07 issue), 1936/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1936/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue), 1936/08/28: 8 (filmed in 09/18 issue), 1936/09/18: 8 (filmed in 09/25 issue), 1936/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue), 1936/10/02: 8 (filmed in 1937/03/12 issue)
      news in 1937, 1937/03/12: 8 (filmed in 07/02 issue), 1937/07/02: 8 (filmed in 07/09 issue), 1937/07/09: 8 (filmed in 07/16 issue), 1937/07/16: 8 (filmed in 07/23 issue), 1937/07/30: 8 (filmed in 09/03 issue), 1937/09/17: 8 (filmed in 09/24 issue), 1937/09/24: 8 (filmed in 12/03 issue), 1937/12/03: 8 (filmed in 12/10 issue), 1937/12/10: 8 (filmed in 12/17 issue), 1937/12/24: 8 (filmed in 12/31 issue)
      news in 1938, 1938/01/14: 8 (filmed in 01/21 issue), 1938/01/21: 8 (filmed in 01/28 issue), 1938/01/28: 8 (filmed in 04/01 issue), 1938/04/15: 8 (filmed in 04/22 issue), 1938/04/22: 8 (filmed in 04/29 issue), 1938/05/13: 8 (filmed in 05/20 issue), 1938/05/20: 8 (filmed in 05/27 issue), 1938/05/27: 8 (filmed in 06/03 issue), 1938/06/03: 8 (filmed in 06/10 issue), 1938/06/10: 8 (filmed in 06/17 issue), 1938/06/17: 8 (filmed in 06/24 issue), 1938/06/24: 8 (filmed in 07/01 issue), 1938/07/01: 8 (filmed in 07/08 issue), 1938/07/08: 8 (filmed in 07/15 issue), 1938/07/22: 8 (filmed in 07/29 issue), 1938/07/29: 8 (filmed in 09/23 issue), 1938/09/23: 8 (filmed in 09/30 issue), 1938/10/07: 8 (filmed in 10/14 issue), 1938/10/14: 8 (filmed in 10/28 issue), 1938/10/28: 8 (filmed in 11/04 issue), 1938/11/11: 8 (filmed in 11/18 issue), 1938/12/02: 8 (filmed in 12/09 issue), 1938/12/09: 8 (filmed in 12/16 issue)
      news in 1939, 1939/01/06: 8 (filmed in 01/13 issue), 1939/01/20: 8 (filmed in 01/27 issue), 1939/01/27: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue), 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue), 1939/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1939/03/24: 8 (filmed in 03/31 issue), 1939/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue), 1939/04/07: 8 (filmed in 04/14 issue), 1939/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1939/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue), 1939/04/28: 8 (filmed in 05/05 issue), 1939/05/05: 8 (filmed in 05/12 issue), 1939/05/12: 8 (filmed in 05/19 issue), 1939/05/19: 8 (filmed in 06/02 issue), 1939/06/02: 8 (filmed in 06/16 issue), 1939/06/16: 8 (filmed in 06/23 issue), 1939/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue), 1939/06/30: 8 (filmed in 07/07 issue), 1939/07/07: 8 (filmed in 07/14 issue), 1939/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue), 1939/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue), 1939/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/18 issue), 1939/08/18: 8 (filmed in 08/25 issue), 1939/08/25: 8 (filmed in 09/01 issue), 1939/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue), 1939/09/15: 8 (filmed in 09/22 issue), 1939/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29 issue), 1939/10/20: 8 (filmed in 10/27 issue), 1939/11/17: 8 (filmed in 11/24 issue), 1939/11/24: 8 (filmed in 12/08 issue), 1939/12/08: 8 (filmed in 12/15 issue), 1939/12/15: 8 (filmed in 12/29 issue)
      news in 1940, 1940/01/05: 8 (filmed in 01/12 issue), 1940/01/19: 8 (filmed in 01/26 issue), 1940/01/26: 8 (filmed in 02/02 issue), 1940/02/02: 8 (filmed in 02/09 issue), 1940/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue), 1940/02/23: 8 (filmed in 04/05 issue), 1940/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/17 issue), 1940/05/17: 8 (filmed in 05/24 issue), 1940/05/24: 8 (filmed in 05/31 issue), 1940/05/31: 8 (filmed in 06/07 issue), 1940/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue), 1940/06/21: 8 (filmed in 06/28 issue), 1940/06/28: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue), 1940/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue), 1940/07/26: 8 (filmed in 08/02 issue), 1940/08/02: 8 (filmed in 08/09 issue), 1940/08/09: 8 (filmed in 08/16 issue), 1940/08/23: 8 (filmed in 08/30 issue), 1940/08/30: 8 (filmed in 09/06 issue), 1940/09/06: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue), 1940/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/20 issue), 1940/09/20: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue), 1940/10/11: 8 (filmed in 10/18 issue), 1940/10/18: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue), 1940/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue), 1940/11/15: 8 (filmed in 11/22 issue), 1940/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue), 1940/12/20: 8 (filmed in 12/27 issue)
      news in 1941, 1941/01/10: 8 (filmed in 01/17 issue), 1941/01/17: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue), 1941/01/24: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue), 1941/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue), 1941/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue), 1941/02/21: 8 (filmed in 01/03 issue), 1941/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/07 issue), 1941/03/07: 8 (filmed in 03/14 issue), 1941/03/14: 8 (filmed in 03/21 issue), 1941/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1941/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue), 1941/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue), 1941/04/11: 8 (filmed in 04/18 issue), 1941/04/18: 8 (filmed in 04/25 issue), 1941/04/25: 8 (filmed in 05/02 issue), 1941/05/02: 8, 1941/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue), 1941/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue), 1941/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue), 1941/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1941/06/06: 8 (filmed in 06/13 issue), 1941/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1941/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue), 1941/07/04: 8 (filmed in 07/11 issue), 1941/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue), 1941/07/18: 8 (filmed in 07/25 issue), 1941/07/25: 8 (filmed in 08/01 issue)
      news in 1942, 1942/01/30: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1942/02/13: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue), 1942/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue), 1942/05/01: 8 (filmed in 01/09 issue), 1942/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue), 1942/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue), 1942/06/05: 8 (filmed in 06/12 issue), 1942/06/26: 8 (filmed in 07/17 issue), 1942/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue), 1942/07/24: 8 (filmed in 07/31 issue), 1942/07/31: 8 (filmed in 08/07 issue), 1942/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1942/08/28: 8 (filmed in 09/04 issue), 1942/11/06: 8 (filmed in 11/13 issue), 1942/11/20: 8 (filmed in 12/04 issue), 1942/12/04: 8 (filmed in 12/11 issue), 1942/12/18: 8 (filmed in 12/25 issue)
      news in 1943, 1943/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue), 1943/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/09 issue), 1943/04/09: 8 (filmed in 04/23 issue), 1943/04/23: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue), 1943/05/21: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue), 1943/06/18: 8 (filmed in 06/25 issue), 1943/06/25: 8 (filmed in 07/02 issue), 1943/07/02: 8 (filmed in 07/09 issue), 1943/07/09: 8 (filmed in 07/16 issue), 1943/07/16: 4, 1943/07/23: 8 (filmed in 07/30 issue), 1943/07/30: 8 (filmed in 08/13 issue), 1943/08/13: 8 (filmed in 09/17 issue), 1943/09/17: 8 (filmed in 1944/01/07 issue)
      news in 1944, 1944/01/14: 8 (filmed in 01/21 issue), 1944/01/21: 8 (filmed in 01/28 issue), 1944/01/28: 7, 1944/02/04: 8 (filmed in 02/11 issue), 1944/02/11: 8 (filmed in 02/18 issue), 1944/02/25: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue), 1944/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue), 1944/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/17 issue), 1944/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1944/03/24: 8 (filmed in 03/31 issue), 1944/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue), 1944/04/07: 8 (filmed in 04/14 issue), 1944/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1944/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue), 1944/04/28: 8 (filmed in 05/05 issue), 1944/05/05: 8 (filmed in 05/12 issue), 1944/05/19: 8 (filmed in 05/26 issue), 1944/05/26: 8 (filmed in 06/02 issue), 1944/06/02: 4, 1944/06/09: 8 (filmed in 06/16 issue), 1944/06/16: 8 (filmed in 06/23 issue), 1944/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue), 1944/06/30: 8 (filmed in 07/07 issue), 1944/07/28: 4, 1944/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/11 issue), 1944/08/11: 8 (filmed in 08/18 issue), 1944/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue), 1944/09/15: 8, 1944/12/15: 8, 1944/12/22: 4, 1945/01/05: 8
      news in 1945, 1945/01/19: 8, 1945/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue), 1945/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1945/03/02: 5, 1945/03/09: 8 (filmed in 03/16 issue), 1945/11/30: 8 (filmed in 12/07 issue)
      news in 1946, 1946/02/08: 8, 1946/02/15: 8, 1946/02/22: 8, 1946/03/08: 8, 1946/03/15: 8 (filmed in 03/22 issue), 1946/03/22: 8 (filmed in 03/29 issue), 1946/04/05: 8, 1946/04/12: 8, 1946/04/19: 8 (filmed in 04/26 issue), 1946/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/03 issue), 1946/05/03: 8, 1946/05/17: 8, 1946/05/24: 8, 1946/05/31: 8, 1946/06/14: 8, 1946/06/21: 8, 1946/06/28: 8, 1946/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/19 issue), 1946/07/19: 8, 1946/07/26: 5, 1946/08/02: 8, 1946/08/09: 8, 1946/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue), 1946/08/30: 6, 1946/09/06: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue), 1946/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/20 issue), 1946/09/20: 8, 1946/09/27: 8, 1946/10/04: 8 (filmed in 10/11 issue), 1946/10/11: 8, 1946/10/18: 4, 1946/10/25: 8, 1946/11/01: 8, 1946/12/20: 8
      news in 1947, 1947/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue), 1947/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/07 issue), 1947/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1947/04/11: 2, 1947/04/18: 8 (filmed in 04/25 issue), 1947/04/25: 8 (filmed in 05/02 issue), 1947/05/09: 4, 1947/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue), 1947/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue), 1947/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1947/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue), 1947/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1947/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue), 1947/07/04: 8 (filmed in 07/11 issue), 1947/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue), 1947/07/18: 8 (filmed in 07/25 issue), 1947/08/01: 8, 1947/08/15: 8 (filmed in 08/22 issue), 1947/08/22: 8 (filmed in 08/29 issue), 1947/08/29: 8 (filmed in 09/05 issue), 1947/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue), 1947/09/12: 8 (filmed in 09/19 issue), 1947/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue), 1947/11/14: 8
      news in 1948, 1948/09/03: 8 (filmed in 09/10 issue)
      news in 1950, 1950/12/15: 8 (filmed in 12/22 issue), 1950/12/22: 8 (filmed in 12/29 issue)
      news in 1951, 1951/11/02: 8 (filmed in 11/09 issue), 1951/11/16: 8 (filmed in 11/23 issue), 1951/12/07: 8 (filmed in 12/14 issue), 1951/12/21: 8 (filmed in 12/28 issue)
      news in 1952, 1952/01/25: 8 (filmed in 02/01 issue), 1952/02/22: 8 (filmed in 02/29 issue), 1952/11/21: 8 (filmed in 11/28 issue), 1952/12/05: 8 (filmed in 12/12 issue), 1952/12/19: 8 (filmed in 12/26 issue)
      news in 1953, 1953/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue), 1953/09/18: 8
      news in 1954, 1954/12/10: 8 (filmed in 12/17 issue)
      news in 1956, 1956/02/17: 8 (filmed in 02/24 issue), 1956/02/24: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1956/03/02: 8 (filmed in 03/09 issue), 1956/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue), 1956/03/23: 8 (filmed in 03/30 issue), 1956/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue), 1956/04/06: 8 (filmed in 04/13 issue), 1956/04/13: 8 (filmed in 04/20 issue), 1956/04/20: 8 (filmed in 04/27 issue), 1956/04/27: 8 (filmed in 05/04 issue), 1956/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1956/05/18: 8 (filmed in 05/25 issue), 1956/05/25: 8 (filmed in 06/01 issue), 1956/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue), 1956/06/08: 8 (filmed in 06/15 issue), 1956/06/15: 8 (filmed in 06/22 issue), 1956/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue), 1956/06/29: 8 (filmed in 07/06 issue), 1956/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue), 1956/07/27: 8 (filmed in 08/03 issue), 1956/08/03: 8 (filmed in 08/10 issue), 1956/08/10: 8 (filmed in 08/17 issue), 1956/08/17: 8 (filmed in 08/24 issue), 1956/08/24: 8 (filmed in 08/31 issue), 1956/08/31: 8 (filmed on 09/07 issue), 1956/09/07: 8 (filmed in 09/14 issue), 1956/09/14: 8 (filmed on 09/21 issue), 1956/10/05: 8 (filmed in 10/12 issue), 1956/11/16: 8 (filmed in 11/23 issue), 1956/12/07: 8 (filmed in 12/14 issue), 1956/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue), 1956/12/21: 8 (filmed in 12/28 issue)
      news in 1957, 1957/01/11: 8 (filmed in 01/18 issue), 1957/01/18: 8 (filmed in 01/25 issue), 1957/02/01: 8 (filmed in 02/08 issue), 1957/02/15: 8 (filmed in 02/22 issue), 1957/03/01: 8 (filmed in 03/08 issue), 1957/03/08: 8 (filmed in 03/15 issue), 1957/03/15: 8 (filmed in 03/22 issue), 1957/03/22: 8 (filmed in 03/29 issue), 1957/03/29: 8 (filmed in 04/05 issue), 1957/04/05: 8 (filmed in 04/12 issue), 1957/04/12: 8 (filmed in 04/19 issue), 1957/04/19: 8 (filmed in 04/26 issue), 1957/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/03 issue), 1957/05/03: 8 (filmed in 05/10 issue), 1957/05/10: 8 (filmed in 05/17 issue), 1957/05/17: 8 (filmed in 05/24 issue), 1957/05/24: 8 (filmed in 05/31 issue), 1957/06/07: 8 (filmed in 06/14 issue), 1957/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue), 1957/06/21: 8 (filmed in 06/28 issue), 1957/06/28: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue), 1957/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue), 1957/07/19: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue), 1957/08/02: 8 (filmed in 08/09 issue), 1957/08/09: 8 (filmed in 08/16 issue), 1957/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue), 1957/08/23: 8 (filmed in 08/30 issue), 1957/08/30: 8 (filmed in 09/06 issue), 1957/09/06: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue), 1957/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/20 issue), 1957/09/20: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue), 1957/10/04: 8 (filmed in 10/11 issue), 1957/10/18: 8 (filmed in 10/25 issue), 1957/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue), 1957/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue), 1957/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/20 issue), 1957/12/20: 8 (filmed in 12/27 issue)
      news in 1958, 1958/01/24: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue), 1958/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue), 1958/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue), 1958/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue), 1958/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue), 1958/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/07 issue), 1958/03/07: 8 (filmed in 03/14 issue), 1958/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1958/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue), 1958/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue), 1958/04/11: 8 (filmed in 04/18 issue), 1958/04/18: 8 (filmed in 04/25 issue), 1958/04/25: 8 (filmed in 04/02 issue), 1958/05/02: 8 (filmed in 05/09 issue), 1958/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue), 1958/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue), 1958/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue), 1958/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1958/06/06: 8 (filmed in 06/13 issue), 1958/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue), 1958/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue), 1958/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue), 1958/07/18: 8 (filmed in 07/25 issue), 1958/07/25: 8 (filmed in 08/01 issue), 1958/08/01: 8 (filmed in 08/08 issue), 1958/08/08: 8 (filmed in 08/15 issue), 1958/08/15: 8 (filmed in 08/22 issue), 1958/08/22: 8 (filmed in 08/29 issue), 1958/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue), 1958/09/12: 8 (filmed in 09/18 issue), 1958/09/19: 8 (filmed in 09/26 issue), 1958/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue), 1958/10/03: 8 (filmed in 10/10 issue), 1958/10/10: 8 (filmed in 10/17 issue), 1958/10/17: 8 (filmed in 10/24 issue), 1958/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue), 1958/12/12: 8 (filmed in 12/19 issue), 1958/12/19: 8 (filmed in 12/26 issue), 1958/12/26: 8 (filmed in 1959/01/02 issue)
      news in 1959, 1959/01/02: 8 (filmed in 01/09 issue), 1959/01/09: 8 (filmed in 01/16 issue), 1959/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1959/01/23: 8 (filmed in 01/30 issue), 1959/02/06: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue), 1959/02/13: 8 (filmed in 02/20 issue), 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue), 1959/02/27: 8 (filmed in 03/06 issue), 1959/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue), 1959/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue), 1959/03/20: 8 (filmed in 03/27 issue), 1959/03/27: 8 (filmed in 04/08 issue), 1959/04/03: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue), 1959/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue), 1959/04/17: 8 (filmed in 04/24 issue), 1959/04/24: 8 (filmed in 05/01 issue), 1959/05/01: 8 (filmed in 05/08 issue), 1959/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/15 issue), 1959/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue), 1959/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue), 1959/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue), 1959/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue), 1959/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue), 1959/06/26: 8 (filmed in 07/03 issue), 1959/07/03: 8 (filmed in 07/10 issue), 1959/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/21 issue), 1959/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue), 1959/09/04: 8 (filmed in 09/11 issue), 1959/09/11: 8 (filmed in 09/18 issue), 1959/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue), 1959/10/02: 8 (filmed in 10/09 issue), 1959/11/20: 8 (filmed in 11/27 issue), 1959/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue), 1959/12/18: 8 (filmed in 12/25 issue), 1959/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
      news in 1960, 1960/01/01: 8 (filmed in 01/08 issue), 1960/02/05: 8 (filmed in 02/12 issue), 1960/02/12: 8 (filmed in 02/19 issue), 1960/02/19: 8 (filmed in 02/26 issue), 1960/02/26: 8 (filmed in 03/04 issue), 1960/03/04: 8 (filmed in 03/11 issue), 1960/03/11: 8 (filmed in 03/18 issue), 1960/03/18: 8 (filmed in 03/25 issue), 1960/03/25: 8 (filmed in 04/01 issue)
      Open Forum meeting, 1931/09/04: 7, 1931/09/18: 8 (filmed in 09/25 issue)
      parsonage pillaged by thief, 1932/10/28: 8 (filmed in 11/04 issue)
      Passion Week services held, 1968/04/05: 10 (filmed in 04/12 issue)
      Primm, Bishop H. Thomas
        Courtesy Committee gives fellowship dinner honoring Bishop H. Thomas Primm (photo), 1956/08/03: 8 (filmed in 08/10 issue)
        presiding Bishop of 10th Episcopal District, preaches Sunday, July 29, 1956/07/27: 8 (filmed in 08/03 issue)
      Pullman Porters hold annual sermon, 1934/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue), 1934/05/25: 5
      quarterly conferences
        first quarterly conference held, 1934/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue), 1946/02/01: 8
        fourth quarterly conference held, 1960/08/19: 8, 1969/08/15: 10 (filmed in 08/22 issue)
        last quarterly conference for year held, 1933/10/13: 1
        second quarterly conference, 1958/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue), 1969/05/16: 6
        third quarter conference held, 1936/05/22: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
      religious plays, pageants, and movies
        "Janie" to be presented Tuesday, 1933/04/07: 3
        Missionary Society presents play, "A Call to Service," 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue)
        Missionary Society to present play, "A Call to Service," 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue)
        "Not a Man in the House," Bethel Auxiliaries to present comedy at Library Aud., 1948/09/17: 2
        "The Old Ship of Zion" sponsored by Helen Spencer for building fund, 1964/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue)
        "Parade of Nations" to be staged, 1944/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/11 issue)
        religious drama, "God So Loved the World" sponsored at City Auditorium, 1949/08/19: 8, 1949/08/26: 8
        "The Pilgrim's Journey" pageant to be repeated, 1952/02/08: 8 (filmed in 02/15 issue)
      San Antonio District Ministerial Council holds District Institute at Bethel Church, 1943/06/18: 8 (filmed in 06/25 issue)
      Senior Missionary Society meets, 1953/11/27: 8
      Senior Stewardess Board, 1943/07/23: 8 (filmed in 07/30 issue)
        meetings in 1942, 1942/01/23: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue), 1942/04/24: 8 (filmed in 05/01 issue), 1942/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue), 1942/07/24: 6, 1942/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1942/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue), 1942/09/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue, 1942/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue), 1942/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue), 1942/12/25: 7, out of order)
        meetings in 1943, 1943/01/08: 8 (filmed in 01/15 issue), 1943/07/09: 8 (filmed in 07/16 issue)
        meetings in 1944, 1944/01/07: 8 (filmed in 01/14 issue), 1944/03/03: 5, 1944/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1944/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1944/05/05: 5, 1944/06/09: 8 (filmed in 06/16 issue), 1944/07/14: 6, 1944/11/10: 8, 1944/12/08: 8
        meetings in 1945, 1945/01/19: 7, 1945/02/09: 6, 1945/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1945/03/23: 7
        news in 1945, 1945/08/10: 8 (filmed in 08/17 issue)
      Senior Usher Board, 1943/07/23: 8 (filmed in 07/30 issue)
        meetings in 1942, 1942/05/01: 8 (filmed in 01/09 issue), 1942/05/08: 6
        meetings in 1943, 1943/01/01: 8 (filmed in 01/08 issue), 1943/04/09: 8 (filmed in 04/23 issue)
        meetings in 1944, 1944/02/04: 8 (filmed in 02/11 issue), 1944/11/24 Supp: 2
        meetings in 1946, 1946/02/01: 8
        meetings in 1947, 1947/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue), 1947/08/08: 6
      Sherman, Bishop O. L., Tenth Episcopal District, guest speaker, 1966/09/30: 10 (filmed in 10/07 issue)
      sick list, 1932/07/01: 8 (filmed in 07/08 issue)
      Sims, Rev. Dr. Handy S., death claims builder of Bethel AME Church, 1939/04/14: 1
      Sons and Daughters Club entertain, 1933/02/10: 7
      Stepteau, Rev. C. Harold
      Stepteau, Mrs. E. L., widow of former pastor, passes in Baton Rouge, 1936/06/19: 1
      Stewardess Board No. 1
        entertains with tea, 1957/02/15: 8 (filmed in 02/22 issue)
        meetings, 1955/01/14: 6
      Stewardess Board No. 2 meets, 1944/12/01: 8
      Stewardess Board No. 3
        meetings, 1940/05/17: 7, 1941/01/24: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue)
        sponsors co-operation program, 1948/04/09: 8
      Stewards' anniversary sermon, Rev. B. F. Langham, guest speaker (photo), 1961/09/22: 8
      Stuart, M. S.
        Lowe, J. W. and M. S. Stuart, district manager and general manager, to be speakers at Bethel AME Church (photo), 1936/09/25: 1
        of Universal Life Insurance, to speak, 1936/09/18: 7
      style show
        annual style show to be presented, 1944/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue)
        spring musical style show presented, 1938/05/06: 6
      Sunday School staff feted, 1962/10/26: 8
      Sutton, Samuel J., to speak at Bethel Sunday morning, 1940/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/17 issue)
      talent show, J. W. Perkins speaks at, 1953/09/04: 4, 1953/09/11: 8
      Union Quarterly service held, 1934/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue)
      Usher Board
        arranges pretty shower for Zerita Stepteau Mitchell, 1932/08/12: 6
        celebrates 11th anniversary (Jo's Jottings), 1934/03/09: 6
        holds 11th year celebration, 1934/03/09: 5
        meetings in 1942, 1942/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01/1943 issue)
        meetings in 1944, 1944/01/07: 6
        meetings in 1946, 1946/08/09: 8, 1946/10/04: 8 (filmed in 10/11 issue)
        meetings in 1948, 1948/02/27: 8
        presents annual review, 1946/06/21: 8
        presents musicale June 26, 1945/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue)
        Ushers have gala day despite weather, 1933/03/03: 1
      Usher Board No. 1
        meetings in 1942, 1942/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue)
        meetings in 1943, 1943/07/16: 4
        meetings in 1944, 1944/01/21: 6, 1944/03/03: 6, 1944/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1944/05/05: 5, 1944/05/26: 8 (filmed in 06/02 issue), 1944/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue), 1944/11/17 Supp: 2, 1944/12/08: 8
        meetings in 1945, 1945/01/12: 8, 1945/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue), 1945/12/07: 8 (filmed in 12/14 issue)
        meetings in 1946, 1946/05/10: 8, 1946/06/28: 8, 1946/11/22: 8
        meetings in 1948, 1948/07/23: 2
        Moore, Carrie, president, and Dimple Thomas entertained with Mexican dinner by the Board (Jo's Jottings), 1962/06/08 Supp: 4
        news in 1943, 1943/01/08: 8 (filmed in 01/15 issue)
        news in 1945, 1945/07/27: 8 (filmed in 08/03 issue), 1945/08/31: 8 (filmed in 09/07 issue)
        news in 1946, 1946/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/20 issue)
        presides at pre-Thanksgiving tea, 1940/11/15: 6
      Vacation Bible School closes, 1951/06/15: 6, 1952/06/20: 4, 1953/06/12: 4
      Volunteer Club
        entertains, 1944/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue)
        silver tea given, 1945/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1947/06/06: 7
      Wade, Rev. L. C.
      welcomes soldiers at program tonight, 1941/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
      Women's Day
        to be observed Aug. 14, 1955/08/05: 4
        Hemmings, Mrs. J. W., and Mrs. M. S. Cobb are guest speakers (photo), 1956/09/07: 4
        Hicks, Jessie Mae and Mrs. Garland Speaker to speak (photos), 1953/09/11: 8
        Primm, Edythe M., guest speaker (photo), 1957/07/19: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue)
        speakers named, 1951/08/24: 8 (filmed in 08/31 issue)
        Sunday, July 22, to be Women's Day at Bethel, 1945/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue)
        tea given on Women's Day, 1941/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue)
        Weston, Mrs. S.W., speaks, 1939/07/14: 6
        Women's Day observed, 1934/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue)
      Women's Home Missionary Society
        meetings, 1939/05/05: 8 (filmed in 05/12 issue)
        sponsors Louise Grant Aaron in musical recital, 1955/06/17 Supp: 1
      "World Day of Prayer" observed Feb. 19, 1953/02/13: 4
      Young People's Day, 1932/07/22: 8 (filmed in 07/29 issue), 1933/08/25: 8 (filmed in 09/01 issue)
        observed every third Sunday, 1933/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue)
      Young People's Department holds program at Cos House (Jo's Jottings), 1961/07/14: 6
      youth program, "Space Age Christians"
        Marva Louis Clark and Charles Walker, guest speakers (photo), 1965/11/26: 8
        planned, 1965/11/19: 8
    Bethel Independent Methodist Episcopal Church
      revival set for May 27-June 1, 1956/05/25: 8 (filmed in 06/01 issue)
    Bethlehem Baptist Church
      announces coming spiritual programs, 1954/04/02: 8 (filmed in 04/09 issue)
      to have series of song programs, 1954/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue)
      sets activities for coming week, 1954/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/02 issue)
      True Gospel Singers to appear in series of song programs, 1954/04/30: 8 (filmed on 05/07 issue)
    Bethune, Mary McLeod
      See also Mary McLeod Bethune Society
      barred from speaking at a school auditorium because of Red scare (photo), 1952/05/02: 1
      Dean Pickens, Mary Bethune on Dies' Red list, 1942/10/02: 1
      death of
        burial, funeral service held at campus of Bethune-Cookman college, 1955/05/27: 1
        dies suddenly (photo), 1955/05/20: 1
        estate left to grandchildren, 1955/09/02: 7
      elected president of National Council of Negro Women, 1936/05/15: 6
      elected to Roosevelt Foundation Board, 1948/04/30: 6
      Englewood, NJ makes amends to Mrs. Bethune, 1952/06/27: 1
      flies to President Roosevelt's funeral, 1945/04/20: 5
      honors
        15,000 at twin bill honoring Mrs. Bethune, 1946/07/19: 2
        Bethune-Cookman College to honor founder on 75th birthday, 1950/07/07: 2
        given "frozen treatment" by NY at testimonial dinner for her, 1954/05/07: 1
        Lovejoy Award presented by Elks, 1953/09/04: 1
        luncheon at home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahalia honors Mrs. Bethune (photo), 1948/05/07 Supp: 2
        Spingarn Medal awarded to Mrs. Mary Bethune; noted educator is second woman so honored, 1935/06/07: 1
        three distinguished women in education and youth work honored (photo), 1955/04/29 Supp: 2
        white southern college awards honorary degree, 1949/03/04 Supp: 3
        Wiley students, faculty honor Mrs. M. Bethune, 1937/07/30: 2
      Kennedy, Jacqueline Bouvier (Mrs. John F.) accepts honorary chairmanship of "donor luncheon" to launch fund campaign for Bethune monument, 1961/11/17: 3
      letter to War Department results in advisory council position, 1941/11/07: 1
      life story heard on NBC broadcast, 1949/03/18: 6
      National Council of Negro Women sets essay contest on Bethune's life, 1963/08/16: 1
      pays tribute to Helen Keller on eve of her goodwill tour (photo), 1955/02/11: 3
      resigns as head of Florida college, 1942/12/25: 1
      retirement announced (photo), 1949/05/27: 1
      San Antonio appearances
        addresses local Metropolitan Council, hundreds, during San Antonio visit, 1948/05/07: 6, 1948/05/07 Supp: 2
        to appear in San Antonio, 1945/03/30: 1, 1945/03/30 Section 2: 1
        cancels speaking trip to San Antonio, 1945/03/23: 1
        distinguished woman leader is SA visitor (photo), 1945/04/13 Supp: 3
        meets with SA club women, 1945/04/13 Supp: 4
        National Council of Negro Women in San Antonio, 1948/04/16: 7
        St. Philip's Junior College, 1948/03/05: 4, 1948/05/07: 5
        thrills San Antonio audience (Jo's Jottings), 1945/04/13 Supp: 1
        United Beauty School Owners and Teachers Association tenth annual convention in San Antonio (photo), 1955/04/15 Supp: 1
        to visit SA as guest of St. Philip's Junior College (photo), 1937/07/09: 1, 1937/07/16: 5
      speaking engagements
        guest and speaker at Vassar, 1934/11/02: 1
        Hall, Dr. James Lowell, personal physician of Mary McLeod Bethune accompanies her on speaking tour (photo), 1945/04/13: 2
        Prairie View State College, 1937/07/30: 2
        receives orchid from Mrs. F. L. Harris (photo), 1948/05/07 Supp: 3
        at recent Walker Manufacturing agents convention (photo), 1952/05/16: 6
        San Antonio Metropolitan Council of Negro Women, 1948/04/16: 7
        Southern Conference on Human Welfare (photo), 1942/04/10: 7
        two great women, Mary McLeod Bethune and Norma E. Boyd, appear in San Antonio to speak before women's organizations (Jo's Jottings), 1948/04/16 Supp: 1
        Yale Chapel, 1939/11/17: 2
      to start drive to save National Council of Colored Women's headquarters, 1936/01/03: 6
      sues for profits from biography, 1955/04/22: 1
      transcription of her feature on "This Is Your Life" presented (photo), 1953/11/20: 6
      withdraws sponsorship of "civil rights" assembly; wary of Communists, fellow travelers, 1949/02/11: 1
    Bethune-Cookman College (Daytona Beach, FL)
      Bethune, Mary McLeod
        burial, funeral service held at campus of Bethune-Cookman college, 1955/05/27: 1
        college honors founder on 75th birthday, 1950/07/07: 2
        resigns as head of Bethune-Cookman College, 1942/12/25: 1
      Braxton, John T., formerly of Tillotson, joins Bethune-Cookman staff in Florida, 1951/07/06: 4
      Dixon, Rev. Ernest T., Jr., former San Antonian is keynoter at Bethune-Cookman College, 1966/07/29: 6
      whites rally to help college fund raising campaign, 1968/05/10: 6
    Beverly, Byron
      promoted to Golden State Mutual Life board of directors (Jo's Jottings), 1962/04/06 Supp: 1
      son of SA mother elevated to Golden State's board of directors, 1962/04/06: 2
    Beverly, Mrs. Dupree S. (Hallie)
      dies suddenly in Corpus Christi, 1969/02/28: 1
      and husband observe 25th wedding anniversary
        (Jo's Jottings), 1953/10/30 Supp: 1
        in Corpus Christi (photo), 1953/11/06 Supp: 4
      obsequies held, 1969/03/07: 1
      San Antonio saddened by her death (Jo's Jottings), 1969/02/28: 8
    Beverly, Elsa
      funeral rites set for Monday, 1956/01/13: 1
    Beverly, Jane A.
      St. Gerard High School student included in Who's Who of High School Students for 1970, 1970/01/30: 8
    Beverly, Katharine ("Kittie")
      audience with Pope Pius XII
        description of, 1950/05/19: 4
        San Antonian has audience with pope (photo), 1950/02/24: 1
        special audience with Pope Pius XII granted, 1950/02/10: 1
      author of Jo's Jottings from 1961 to 1971, guest author from 1947 to 1949, and occasional columnist during Jo Bellinger's absences.
      book review of Where the Heart Is, by Elizabeth Borton de Trevino (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/28 Supp: 1
      Catholic Social Action Seminar
        one of 35 selected Catholics at DC meet, 1949/08/19: 4
        Register staff member in Washington for social action seminar, 1949/08/12 Supp: 3
        "we glimpse Washington" (Jo's Jottings), 1949/08/19 Supp: 1
      dancers to interpret SA author's poems (photo), 1946/02/22: 5
      Dansant Club advisory board member (photo), 1955/09/30 Supp: 3
      "extracts from travel diary" (1939), 1939/08/04: 4, 1939/08/18: 4, 1939/08/25: 4, 1939/09/01: 4, 1939/09/08: 4, 1939/09/15: 4, 1939/09/22: 4, 1939/09/29: 4, 1939/10/20: 4
      "extracts from travel diary" (1950), 1950/03/03: 4, 1950/03/10: 4, 1950/03/17: 5, 1950/03/24: 4, 1950/03/31: 4, 1950/04/07: 4, 1950/04/14: 4, 1950/04/21: 4, 1950/04/28: 4, 1950/05/05: 4, 1950/05/12: 4, 1950/05/19: 4, 1950/05/26: 4, 1950/06/02: 4
      "extracts from travel diary" (1953), 1953/09/11: 4, 1953/09/18: 4, 1953/09/25: 4, 1953/10/02: 4, 1953/10/09: 4, 1953/10/16: 4, 1953/10/23: 4, 1953/10/30: 4, 1953/11/06: 4, 1953/11/13: 4
      "extracts from travel diary" (1957), 1957/08/30: 4
      honored during Negro History Week observance, 1940/02/23: 4
      injuries
        after 101 days in hospital, returns home (Jo's Jottings), 1967/03/31: 8
        suffers fall, recuperating in hospital after surgery (Jo's Jottings), 1966/12/23: 8
      Mediterranean cruise trip begins Saturday, 1950/01/06 Supp: 3
      Mexico [travelogue], 1949/08/05: 6
      "My Song of You" (Jo's Jottings), 1944/03/24: 6
      National Council of Catholic Women honors Katharine Beverly at tea (Jo's Jottings), 1953/10/16 Supp: 1
      one of three Negroes among SA army of census takers (photos), 1940/04/05: 1
      publications
        book of poems, "A Distant Spring," off the press, 1952/07/25: 1
        conducts Poetry Corner for Register, 1938/12/09: 6
        copies of local poet's book now available, 1952/10/10: 6
        SA writer's poems included in new anthology, "The United Song of America," 1943/03/12: 6
        three verses of San Antonio girl in new book (photo), 1938/12/02: 1
      recitals/presentations
        AKA to present SA poet in recital (photo), 1946/02/08: 6, 1946/02/15 Supp: 4
        to give recital of original poems (Jo's Jottings), 1945/01/19 Supp: 2
        large crowd acclaims SA poet, dancing group, 1945/02/09: 6
        personal but not private [recital of poems and songs at Our Lady of the Lake College] (Jo's Jottings), 1954/01/29 Supp: 4
        poems to be heard on air Saturday, 1949/10/14: 4
        poetry recital well received, 1946/03/08: 4
        in recital of original poems, Jan. 31 (photo), 1945/01/19 Supp: 1
        SA poet presented in Corpus Christi by Young Women's Progressive Club, 1952/02/15: 6
        SA poet to be heard on air Saturday, 1945/02/16: 1
        talented dancing group to interpret author's poetry (photo), 1945/01/26 Supp: 3
        thrills audience at recital (photo), 1946/03/08 Supp: 3
      recording made of poems set to music by Sister Mary Elaine of Our Lady of the Lake, sung by Helen Kiser (photo), 1955/05/27 Supp: 3
      Register bookkeeper-typist and Poetry Corner editor (photo), 1941/05/04 Supp: 1 (Note: May 4 printed in error instead of May 2)
      SA Register staff member writes from Europe, 1939/06/16: 7, 1939/06/23: 7
      speaking engagements
        addresses St. Philip's Junior College class in mental hygiene, 1944/03/31: 4
        Boyd Chapel AME Church, Women's Day, 1965/05/14: 4
        Butler Chapel AME for Missionary Day program, 1954/08/27: 8 (filmed in 09/03 issue)
        first of a three-part series of travelogues for Iota Phi Lambda sorority in Austin (Jo's Jottings), 1963/03/22 Supp: 4
        presents travelogue at New Light Baptist Church, Sun., 1958/11/21: 6
        Samuel Huston College, Austin, for Alpha Kappa Alpha Founder's Day (Jo's Jottings), 1948/02/27 Supp: 4
        Second Baptist Church "Women's Day," 1948/07/23 Supp: 1
        St. James AME Church, Women's Day, 1965/07/16: 8 (filmed in 07/23 issue)
        St. Joseph AME Church, Women's Day speaker, 1954/07/09: 8 (filmed in 07/16 issue), 1959/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/21 issue)
        travelogue series for St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1960/02/05: 6
      travels abroad in Europe (photo), 1939/05/12: 1
    Beverly, Leon Rupert
      military rites held this morning, 1952/04/04: 1
    Beverly, Louis
      Lessie Beverly shoots mate second time in less than 3 years, this time seriously, 1962/02/23: 1
      shot by wife, Lessie Beverly, in argument over a car (photo), 1959/05/08: 1
    Beverly, Mary
      badly bitten in savage attack by dog, 1943/02/26: 1
    Beverly, Mary Lue
      notice of death, 1960/07/01: 8
    Beverly, Mrs. S. A.
      belated birthday buffet dinner held in honor of her 93rd birthday (Jo's Jottings), 1968/03/29: 8
    Beverly, Samuel A.
      anniversary
        couple celebrate golden anniversary
          Jo's Jottings, 1941/07/25: 6
          photo, 1941/07/25: 6
      death of
        many out-of-town persons attend rites, 1949/03/25 Supp: 2
        obsequies held at St. Paul, 1949/03/18: 1
    Bevins, Redding
      notice of death, 1962/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue)
    Bexar and Adjoining Counties Teachers Organization
      See also Teachers State Association of Texas, Southwest District
      annual meetings
        4th annual teachers association meet draws 171, 1952/03/21: 1
        8th annual session set for San Antonio, 1956/03/02: 1
        13th annual session held; establishment of districts of the association is focus, 1960/03/11: 1
        100 expected for area teachers' meeting today, 1949/03/11: 1
        150 attend annual meeting, 1949/03/18: 1
        159 teachers at annual district assn't meet here, 1951/03/16: 1
        in annual session here, March 9, 10, 1951/03/02: 1
        area teachers in annual meeting today, 1955/03/11: 1
        area teachers meet reported as best in history, 1956/03/16: 1
        area teachers to meet in SA March 11, 1949/03/04: 1
        association holds final session, becomes Southwest District of Teachers State Association of Texas, 1960/03/18: 1
        attended by 189, 1954/03/19: 1
        at Douglass School, 1952/03/14: 1
        held in San Antonio at James Whitcomb Riley Elementary School, 1958/03/21: 1
        meeting set for March 13 here, 1953/03/06: 1
        more than 200 attend meeting, 1955/03/18: 1
        theme for March 13 meeting is "Mental Health," 1959/03/06: 6
        third annual convention in session at Phillis Wheatley, 1950/03/10: 1
      Bullock, Dr. H. A., to address teachers meeting here, 1950/03/03: 7
        photo, 1950/03/10: 1
      Codwell, Dr. John E., principal of Houston Phyllis Wheatley, addresses group, 1953/03/13: 1
      Davis, Lawrence A., president of Arkansas State AM and N College, is featured speaker at fourth annual session (photo), 1951/03/09: 1
      Foxx, E. M., elected president at 12th annual assembly, 1959/03/20: 1
      Hartshorn, Dr. Herbert Hadley, to be guest speaker at annual meeting (photo), 1952/03/14: 1
      Hemmings, Mrs. Myra D., elected president, 1950/03/17: 1
      Mervin, George W., elected president at ninth annual meet, 1957/03/15: 1
      Scott, S. T., Sr., elected prexy of teachers' group, 1948/03/26: 1
      Smith, Rev. E. A., speaker at annual meeting March 14 (photo), 1958/03/07: 1
      Substitute Teachers Council plans for association meeting, 1959/02/27: 6
    Bexar County, Texas
      See also Elections, San Antonio/Bexar County, Texas
      15 projects listed in Precinct 3 bond election Saturday, 1959/01/16: 7
      added to USDA Food Stamp program, 1967/12/29: 1
      Bexar County legislative delegation to hold open meeting; citizens get chance to air views on state legislative needs, 1962/12/28: 1
      Commissioners Court urges planting of gardens to help with war on poverty, 1970/04/17: 3
      commissioners say there's no county J. Crow, 1956/04/06: 1
      Henderson, Clarence, former drummer with Count Basie orchestra named to county jail post (photo), 1961/02/24: 1
      Jefferson, Andrew L., Jr.
        former Bexar County assistant district attorney, named assistant US attorney for the Western Judicial District of Texas (photo), 1962/08/17: 1
        named as Bexar County assistant criminal district attorney (photo), 1961/01/20: 1
      Precinct 3 Voters Should Approve Road Bonds (editorial), 1959/01/16: 4
      Precinct 4 road improvements up to voters, 1966/01/28: 5
      Ricks, Vera L., hired by District Clerk's office as typist (photo), 1961/01/27: 1
      road bond election drive launched, 1969/01/17: 3
      Tax Assessor's Office, history made as first Negro, Dorothy Corine Sims, employed (photo), 1960/05/13: 1
    Bexar County Chapter, Texas Welfare Association
      state election candidates to give views at meeting, 1966/04/15: 6
    Bexar County Charitable Organizations
      meetings in 1958, 1959/01/23: 4
      meetings in 1961, 1961/12/01: 6
    Bexar County Charitable-Social Organization
      meetings in 1960, 1960/04/29: 7
    Bexar County Child Welfare Unit
      needs more willing to be foster parents, 1964/07/31: 1
    Bexar County Civic Association
      to hold mass meeting, Jan. 19, 1943/01/15: 7
      to meet first, third Fridays, 1942/09/25: 6
      meetings in 1941, 1941/11/21: 7, 1941/12/05: 7
      new civic association to meet Tuesday, 1941/02/21: 7
    Bexar County Democratic Club of Colored Voters
      calls meeting for Nov. 28, 1944/11/24: 1
    Bexar County Deputy Sheriffs Association
      social set for Aug. 22 at Tuckers, 1966/08/19: 7
    Bexar County Educational League
      East Side Bexar County Educational and Civic League, 1939/09/01: 7
      meetings in 1941, 1941/09/05: 6
      news in 1939, 1939/09/22: 7
      opens headquarters; will hold regular meetings, 1941/07/04: 7
      West Siders form, incorporate educational body, 1939/09/15: 1
    Bexar County Federal Credit Union
      Byrd, Rev. S. Clifton, organizer and first president of Bexar County Federal Credit Union, receives Distinguished Service plaque, 1969/05/30: 5
    Bexar County Home for the Aged and Tubercular (Southton)
      See also Tuberculosis
      aged at Southton get Xmas tree, gifts, 1948/12/24: 6
      aged persons at Southton appreciate visits, gifts, 1949/12/30: 8
      appeal of "real Xmas" for inmates of county home; clothing, gifts, tree decoration to be left for aged at Office of SA Register, 1937/12/10: 1
      Benson-Hines Choraliers sing for aged at Southton, 1950/02/10: 7
      Christmas for the County's Aged (editorial), 1937/12/10: 4
      city indifferent to Xmas project for aged and ill, 1937/12/17: 1
      do they have to be forgotten? Charles Love asks for more visits from Race groups, 1949/08/26: 1
      list names more donors to County Home, 1937/12/31: 5
      TB Clinic, home for aged to be dedicated Wednesday, 1949/03/18: 1
      "The Old Folks Be Damned" as Xmas Seals Sales Lag (editorial), 1937/12/17: 4
    Bexar County Hospital District
      effort to put Negro on hospital board fails; Negro nominee was Rev. C. W. Black, 1958/01/31: 1
      North, Odessa, recognized for 5 years service to Bexar County Hospital District, while studying to become a registered nurse (photo), 1963/03/08: 1
      veteran employees honored at two ceremonies, 1962/03/02: 3
      Weston, Marjorie Moore, appointed director of Health Records Management for Bexar County Hospital District (photo), 1969/07/25: 1
      Whittier, Dr. C. A., named to Bexar County Hospital District Board of Managers (photo), 1958/08/08: 1
    Bexar County Juvenile Department
      applicants being accepted for SA juvenile post created in January, 1951/02/23: 1
      Caraway, Corine, promoted to supervisor, 1963/09/27: 1
      Flemings, Una B., named Assistant County Probation Officer, 1951/03/09: 1
    Bexar County Legal Aid Association
      opens office on East Side, 1968/02/02: 1
    Bexar County Manpower Council
      delays decision on training illiterate persons, 1964/05/22: 3
    Bexar County Medical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical Association
      Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr., of Booker T. Washington School, and Zula Frances Nobles of Grant School, "five-pointers," accept trophies (photo), 1940/05/17: 8 (filmed in 05/24 issue)
      Women's Auxiliary
        annual benefit game party to be held October 11 (Jo's Jottings), 1940/10/04: 6
        "Doors to Christmas" program entertains underprivileged children, 1935/12/27: 6
        entertains underprivileged children, 1938/07/08: 6
        holds annual children's picnic despite storms (Jo's Jottings), 1936/07/31: 6
        holds annual party for needy children (photo), 1939/12/29: 7
        hosted annual picnic for underprivileged youth (Jo's Jottings), 1940/08/02: 6
        hosts tea for visiting members of the Texas Medical Association (Jo's Jottings), 1936/07/17: 6
    Bexar County Medical Society
      Bellinger, Ruth Ann and Dr. C. A. Whittier make history as they are admitted as members (photos), 1955/05/27: 1
    Bexar County Mental Health Association
      mental health workshop set for August, 1963/08/09: 6
      Speed, Mary Louis, becomes board member (photo), 1955/11/25: 6
    Bexar County Parent-Teacher Association
      district meeting set for October 13, 1950/10/06: 3
    Bexar County Public Health Association
      receives certificate of merit, 1931/08/14: 3
    Bexar County Red Cross Chapter
      advanced first aid course offered, 1965/10/29: 5
      aid classes stress burns, fires, 1964/10/23: 3
      basic training course begins March 16, 1970/03/06: 8
      Bexar County Chapter recruiting 100 volunteer workers, 1964/09/18: 3
      chairman, Paul G. Miller, presents plaque to Pearl Brewing Co. vice president of marketing for gift of two motor vehicles equipped for disasters (photo), 1968/04/19: 9
      first aid course set for March, 1965/03/12: 7
      first aid instructors course offered, 1965/03/05: 7
      holds 47th annual meeting at El Antonio Country Club (Jo's Jottings), 1963/05/31: 6
      mother-and-baby care course offered, 1964/10/30: 6
      Red Cross service goes to neighborhoods, 1970/04/10: 9
      training classes set, 1970/04/17: 9
      volunteer service opportunities unlimited, 1969/01/17: 6
      volunteers sought for Brooke General Hospital, Wilford Hall, 1965/03/12: 6
      water safety aides course offered, 1965/03/12: 5
      youth volunteers honored, 1969/08/22: 6
    Bexar County Scholarship Clearing House
      scholarship aid available at clearing house, 1969/05/02: 3
    Bexar County Sheriff's Department
      Clack, Charles E., Jr.
        among deputies sent to DPS safety school workshop, 1966/03/18: 1
        first Negro in Patrol Division, 1964/11/20: 1
        four members promoted during past two weeks, 1968/02/16: 1
      Goolsby, Willie, four members promoted during past two weeks (photo), 1968/02/16: 1
      Henderson, Clarence A., gets deputy constable post, 1969/08/15: 1
      Mills, Clifton C., county's only Negro Deputy Sheriff resigns, 1952/06/13: 1
      Minor, Claudius Marcellus
      Minor, Claudius Valmo
      Richardson, Willomena E., sworn in as regular jail matron (photo), 1966/10/21: 9
      Satterfield, Oddie, four members promoted during past two weeks (photo), 1968/02/16: 1
      Sheffield, Eugene, appointed as first salaried deputy constable for Precinct No. 1 (photo), 1962/09/07: 1
      Thompson, Willie, deputy sheriff shot in arm by Patricia Ann Rucker, who also shot Isaac Boston, 1966/05/06: 1
      Tyler, Nathaniel
    Bexar County Teachers Federal Credit Union
      credit union approved, to meet Thursday, 1950/04/21: 1
      teachers set up credit union, 1950/03/24: 1
    Bexar County Tuberculosis Association
      See also Tuberculosis
      30th anniversary to be observed May 9, 1956/05/04: 6
      Bowden, Artemisia, again named on TB Association board, 1952/03/28: 6, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
      buys mobile x-ray unit, 1956/09/21: 7
      Christmas Seals
      extension course to be offered in health education, 1952/08/29: 7
      Fields, Robert E.
      Gist, Claude M., named to health educator post, 1957/11/22: 1
      Harvey, Rev. A. W., elected to Board of Directors, 1959/04/10: 1
      health education program set for community needs, 1951/03/09: 1
      honors Prof. S. J. Sutton (photo), 1941/10/03: 1
      offers support to US Health Service, 1941/12/19: 1
      organization wins national acclaim for health effort, 1936/01/17: 1
      Preacher, Dr. M. L., San Antonio, in group conferring with T.B. sec'y, 1940/10/18: 1
      TB talks, films free chest x-ray at Carver School, 1951/06/22: 4
      wins national acclaim for health effort, 1936/01/17: 1
    Bexar County Veterinary Medical Association
      vaccination of pets set for December 3, 4, 5, 1951/11/30: 6
    Bexar County Voters League
      Fund Raising by Bexar County Voters League (The Echo by V.C.B.), 1932/07/15: 1
      Plans Voting Rights Test Case (The Echo by V.C.B.), 1932/07/08: 1
    Bexar County Young Democrats Club
      Bernstein, Stanley, vice-president impeached because of "inactivity," 1962/07/27: 1
      Thompson, Clarence
        elected president (photo), 1962/03/09: 1
        impeached because he failed to call monthly meetings (photo), 1962/07/27: 1
    Bias, Rev. C. J. (Westridge Baptist Church)
      Men's Day guest speaker, New Hope Baptist Church (photo), 1968/06/14: 4
    Bias, James L.
      former PW Wheatley High School vice principal becomes interim principal of Wheatley, which is scheduled to close in 1970, 1969/07/18: 1
    Bias, Sandra Y.
      1966-1967 debutantes bow at Van Courtlandt Presentation Ball (photo), 1966/11/18: 6
      introduced at reception, 1967/01/06: 8
      makes her holiday debut (photo), 1966/12/02: 8
      marriage
        bride-elected feted with miscellaneous shower (photo), 1969/08/08: 8
        engaged to Robert B. Booker (photo), 1969/04/18: 8
        honored with bridal shower (photo), 1969/06/27: 8
        Mr. and Mrs. Booker honeymoon in Mexico City (photo), 1969/08/22: 8
    Bibbs, Chatman
      notice of death, 1964/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue)
      taken suddenly by death, 1963/12/27: 3
    Bibbs, Daye
      notice of death, 1969/06/06: 10 (filmed in 06/13 issue)
    Bibbs, Edna
      notice of death, 1964/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
    Bibbs, Ether
      notice of death, 1970/02/06: 10
    Bibbs, Josephine
      notice of death, 1944/04/21: 5
    Bibbs, Leon
      drowns within 10 feet of shore after jumping from boat (photo), 1949/06/10: 1
    Bibbs, Lottie Mae
      enters Incarnate Word College (photo), 1955/09/30 Supp: 1
    Bibbs, Odessa
      completes University of Missouri program in adult basic education, 1966/09/16: 3
    Bible
      Bible class offered without cost each Saturday morning by Mrs. M. A. Goodwin, 1959/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue)
      Bible revision group includes 5 Negroes, 1955/07/01: 4
      National Bible Week
        The Bible--The Word of Life (editorial), 1958/10/03: 4
        The Bible Eternal [25th anniversary of National Bible Week] (editorial), 1965/10/22: 4
        [takes on greater meaning] (editorial), 1964/10/09: 4
      New Condensed Bible Necessary? (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1933/10/13: 4
      Revised Standard Version of Bible
        SA to observe issuance of new Bible Tuesday, 1952/09/26: 3
        San Antonio presented with eight copies of new edition of Bible (photo), 1952/10/03: 3
    Bible Readers Organization
      meetings in 1941, 1941/10/24: 8 (filmed in 10/31 issue)
    Bichsel, George W. (Chief, San Antonio Police Department)
      principal speaker at installation of Police Advisory Board of Texas Negro Peace Officers Association, 1953/12/18: 1
      tells Register handcuffing Lula Mae White for court appearance justified, "common procedure" in felony cases, 1956/07/06: 1
    Biedenharn, Albert M.
      new family-size bottle especially significant to SA man, 1955/11/04: 7
    Big Sister Club
      meetings, 1943/03/12: 6
    Bigamy
      Browder, Charles, is jailed for having too many wives, 1944/02/18: 1
      Gladney, Hermie, given pen terms for bigamy and writing worthless check, with two three-years terms to run concurrently, 1958/09/19: 1
      Nichols, Willie H.
        father of three gets 2 years in pen for bigamy, 1948/06/11: 1
        two wives, stolen radio, land SA man in jail, 1948/04/02: 1
    Biggers Business College (San Antonio, TX)
      98th commencement exercises, 1951/09/14: 6
        photos, 1951/09/14: 4
      celebrates fortieth anniversary of founding and salutes mid-winter graduating class (photos), 1951/01/26: 6
      to hold antique display and dinner Monday, Jan. 15, 1951/01/12: 7
      scholarship orations
        "Ambition" by Lena Calhoun, 1951/04/27: 4
        "Building a Good Character," by Ruth Fagins, 1952/07/11: 4
        "Efficiency the Demand of the Hour," by Edith Viola Amos (photo), 1951/08/24: 4
        "First the Aim, Then the Effort," by Mardrey Mumphord (photo), 1952/07/25: 4
        "Leaving the Lighthouse of Learning," by Eura Lee Macon (photo), 1952/03/21: 3
        "Love, Life, and Liberty" by Minnie (Franklin) Ross, 1951/04/27: 4
        "The Paths to the Goal" by Pansy P. Williams, 1951/04/27: 4
        "Reaching the End," by Miss Willie J. Johnson (photo), 1951/08/31: 4
        "Rewards," by Betty Jean Broadway (photo), 1952/06/27: 4
        "Study to Show Thyself Approved Unto God," by Jean Haley, 1952/04/25: 4
        "The Fruits of Labor," by Milvin D. Wilson (photo), 1952/03/21: 4
    Biggs, Capt. Levi, Jr.
      ex-Lacklander to study at Wyoming U., 1961/01/06: 6
    Bigleben, Mrs. Marion
      CC woman found beaten to death, 1946/05/17: 1
    Bilbo, Theodore G. (US Senator, Mississippi)
      Baptist ministers fight Senate seating of Bilbo (photo), 1947/01/24: 1
      Bilbo again slobbers venom in attack on Mrs. Roosevelt, FEPC, 1946/01/04: 1
      Bilbo's Mississippi seethes with race hate, terrorism, 1946/08/30: 1
      Brown, Rev. L. E., former SA pastor in "Oust Bilbo" drive, 1947/01/24: 8
      faces pen as well as operating table, 1947/01/10: 1
      fellow fascists will probably give Bilbo senatorial whitewash, 1946/10/25: 1
      hate monger Bilbo, dying, explains his race views, 1947/08/29: 1
      Ickes, Harold L., blames northern capital for Bilboism in South, 1946/05/31: 1
      If The Poll Tax Helped Him [Theodore Bilbo's election] (editorial), 1946/07/05: 4
      Mississippi Senator admits he is a member of Ku Klux Klan, 1946/08/16: 1
      Mississippi strangely quiet as time for election of Bilbo successor nears, 1947/09/19: 1
      wounded war vets demand Sen. Theodore G. Bilbo's impeachment [for "spreading and fostering racial and religious discrimination], 1945/10/12: 8 (filmed in 10/19 issue)
    Billiards
      Bee, Booker T.
        SA lad third in national BC Billiard meet, 1947/04/25: 1
        young billiardist, regional champ, to national tourney (photo), 1947/04/04: 1
      Boys Club Unit No. 3
        Hardeman, Clifford, member of Boys Club Unit 3, vies for national cue crown, 1951/04/13: 5
        Joseph Ford congratulates "Twig" Moore, billiards champion (photo), 1950/04/14: 3
    Billings, Dr. R. A.
      heads Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, 1941/01/10: 4
      national prexy visits Alamo City, 1941/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue)
    Billups, Alonzo Lee
      found dead in his easy chair, 1970/05/22: 1
      notice of death, 1970/05/29: 10
    Billups, George Washington
      notice of death, 1961/12/22: 8
    Billups, Georgia Ann
      aged woman's final rites held, 1958/03/21: 1
      notice of death, 1958/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue)
      succumbs to long illness, 1958/03/14: 1
    Billups, H. L.
      esteemed American Woodsman visits (photo), 1938/04/29: 1
    Billups, Jeannette
      notice of death, 1964/11/13: 8 (filmed in 11/20 issue)
    Billups, Lonnie Henry
      notice of death, 1961/01/27: 8
    Billups, Lucille
      notice of death, 1965/10/15: 8
    Billups, Melvin
      dies in fire at home for aged and infirm, 1941/11/14: 1
    Billups, Raymond R. (Rudolph Raymond)
      former San Antonian promoted colonel in Army Reserve (photo), 1963/10/04: 4
      opens Dallas dental office after military service, 1946/07/19: 6
      promoted to Lt. Col. in Dental Corps Reserves (Jo's Jottings), 1953/11/27 Supp: 1
      San Antonio man opens dental office in Dallas, 1931/10/23: 1
    Billups, Rosa M.
      notice of death, 1965/02/19: 8 (filmed in 02/26 issue)
    Billy Ward's Dominoes
      Billy Ward and Joe Glaser settle contract dispute, 1954/08/20: 3
      booking agency-Billy Ward feud may hit courts, 1954/06/25: 3
      and Sugar Ray Robinson
        does Sugar Ray's feud with the Dominoes indicate his waning popularity [as a dancer]?, 1954/01/15: 6
        Sugar Ray, Count Basie, and Billy Ward's Dominoes, appear in "Rhapsodies of 1954" here Monday, 1953/11/20: 2
        Sugar Ray answers critics, explains rift with B. Ward's Dominoes, 1954/04/30: 3
      Van Loan, Jimmy, grieving over mother's death, vanishes, 1954/11/12: 1
    Bilton, Bennie Jewel
      notice of death, 1964/04/10: 8
    Bilton, Cue B.
      notice of death, 1969/09/12: 10 (filmed in 09/19 issue)
    Bilton, Leroy
      San Antonian is fatally stricken en route to work, 1949/06/24: 1
    Bios, Mrs. Mandy Green
      killed; four GIs hurt in car crash, 1949/08/12: 1
    Bios, Cpl. Reginald
      sends greetings from Hawaii (photo), 1947/12/26: 6
    Birch Society
    Birds of Paradise Club
      meetings in 1931, 1931/05/29: 6, 1931/08/07: 6, 1931/08/14: 6, 1931/08/28: 6, 1931/09/11: 6, 1931/10/02: 6, 1931/10/09: 7, 1931/11/20: 6, 1931/12/04: 7, 1931/12/18: 7
      meetings in 1932, 1932/04/01: 7, 1932/05/06: 8 (filmed in 05/13 issue), 1932/05/13: 6, 1932/05/20: 7, 1932/06/03: 7
    Birth Rate
      See Demographics, birth rate
    Births
      See also Infants
      Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. Warick, boy, 1944/01/28: 7
      Abernathy, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo
        boy, 1961/07/07: 6
        girl, 1958/12/26: 6, 1960/04/15: 7
      Abram, Mr. and Mrs. Amos L.
        boy, 1944/04/28: 7
        girl, 1947/02/07: 6
      Abram, Mr. and Mrs. Warrick, Jr., girl, 1949/11/11 Supp: 3
      Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michael
        boy, 1964/02/14: 6
        girl, 1966/06/24: 6
      Acosta, Mr. and Mrs. Donell, girl, 1961/04/07: 6
      Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis, Sr.
        boy, 1969/08/29: 9
        girl, 1964/08/28: 7
      Adair, Mr. and Mrs. John, boy, 1955/12/02: 7
      Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, girl, 1945/08/17: 6
      Adame, Mr. and Mrs. Ed, boy, 1951/11/09: 2
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Antone, girl, 1963/02/22: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, girl, 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue)
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A., Jr., girl, 1944/10/27: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Bill, girl, 1955/08/26 Supp: 2
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
        boy, 1948/02/06 Supp: 4, 1956/04/13: 6
        girl, 1949/03/18 Supp: 3
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, boy, 1949/02/04 Supp: 2
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. David Henry, boy, 1956/03/02: 6, 1957/08/30: 3
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Earl O. D., girl, 1969/09/26: 7
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Deland, girl, 1946/02/01: 4
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
        boy, 1964/07/10: 6
        girl, 1956/03/02: 6, 1959/02/06: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Henry
        boy, 1964/01/24: 6
        girl, 1962/02/09 Supp: 3, 1963/03/15: 7
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo, Jr., boy, 1964/10/09: 3
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett, boy, 1962/11/02 Supp: 3
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Albert, boy, 1962/03/30 Supp: 4
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. George
        boy, 1964/12/04: 7
        girl, 1951/06/01: 7, 1962/04/27: 7, 1965/10/29: 6, 1966/09/30: 9
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, Jr., girl, 1968/03/08: 9
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, girl, 1945/05/25: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee
        boy, 1967/03/31: 9
        girl, 1954/08/06: 2, 1955/08/05: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
        boy, 1960/12/30 Supp: 2, 1961/12/22: 6
        girl, 1949/12/02: 2
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Herman M., girl, 1968/02/02: 4
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Hobom, girl, 1963/12/13: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
        boy, 1959/07/10: 6
        girl, 1960/07/22: 6, 1961/06/23: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, boy, 1962/02/16: 7, 1963/01/18: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse James
        boy, 1959/04/10: 6
        girl, 1965/04/02: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. John Ray, boy, 1945/07/20: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie, girl, 1942/02/13: 7
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A., boy, 1951/10/26: 4
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
        boy, 1948/07/16 Supp: 3, 1956/03/02: 6, 1962/05/18: 6
        girl, 1947/08/01: 2
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Louis, boy, 1949/07/29 Supp: 2
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louis, girl, 1959/07/17: 3
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus, girl, 1958/01/10: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, boy, 1949/04/22: 2, 1952/06/27: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, Sr., boy, 1945/11/23: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, girl, 1961/01/13: 7, 1963/03/15: 7
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Tom T., boy, 1941/03/28: 7
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Tomie, boy, 1969/04/18: 7
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. William M., girl, 1960/03/11: 6
      Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ben
        boy, 1961/01/06: 6
        girl, 1959/07/17: 3
      Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Areal, girl, 1944/04/07: 7
      Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos B., boy, 1941/02/28: 7
      Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L., boy, 1970/03/20: 6
      Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil, Jr., girl (Jo's Jottings), 1953/11/13 Supp: 4
      Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, boy, 1958/07/18: 6, 1968/06/14: 7
      Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milton, boy, 1947/02/28: 6
      Agard, Mr. and Mrs. George R., boy, 1969/02/21: 7
      Agee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
        boy, 1968/12/06: 4
        girl, 1967/03/31: 9
      Akers, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Jr., boy, 1960/05/06: 6
      Alberson, Mr. and Mrs. Julius, boy, 1941/05/16: 7
      Alberson, Mr. and Mrs. Julius D., boy, 1966/11/04: 10 (filmed in 11/11 issue)
      Albertius, Asa, Jr., boy, 1948/05/28 Supp: 3
      Alcorn, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Edward, boy, 1960/03/18: 3
      Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. Garland P., girl, 1966/01/14: 6
      Aldridge, Mr. and Mrs. A. D., boy, 1966/12/23: 6
      Aldridge, Mr. and Mrs. Warren, boy, 1963/10/18: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, girl, 1969/05/02: 9
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Lee, boy, 1962/11/16 Supp: 2
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie, girl, 1966/07/15: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Casey, girl, 1968/09/20: 9
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. David, boy, 1947/02/21: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. David, Jr., boy, 1969/07/11: 8
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, boy, 1962/02/09 Supp: 3
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. George Emmett, girl, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. John, girl, 1958/02/14: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. John W., boy, 1960/09/30: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie, twin boy and girl, 1959/12/25: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Larry, Sr., boy, 1970/04/17: 9
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Charles, boy, 1961/10/20: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Lovest T., boy, 1970/02/27: 7
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn, girl, 1954/04/30: 2
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Neal, boy, 1957/04/05: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubert, boy, 1952/01/04: 6
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton, Jr., boy, 1967/03/31: 9
      Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Steve, girl, 1947/03/21: 6
      Alexandria, Mr. and Mrs. James H., Sr., boy, 1958/01/31: 6
      Alexandria, Mr. and Mrs. James Hilton, Jr., boy, 1959/07/10: 6
      Alford, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky, boy, 1969/11/14: 3
      Alford, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Douglas
        boy, 1958/08/01: 6
        girl, 1962/05/18: 6, 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
      Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Vicente, twins, boy and girl, 1963/04/26: 6
      Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. Waldress, girl, 1967/10/06: 8
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Earl, boy, 1949/08/05 Supp: 2
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Theodore, boy, 1959/07/17: 3, 1961/04/07: 6, 1962/05/18: 6
        Jo's Jottings, 1962/05/11 Supp: 4, 1962/05/11 Supp: 4
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
        boy, 1962/11/09: 2
        girl, 1964/10/09: 3
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Burney T.
        boy, 1960/01/08: 6, 1961/01/13: 7
        girl, 1958/10/24: 4
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewey, boy, 1947/01/17: 6, 1948/03/12 Supp: 4
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie, girl, 1969/04/04: 9
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, girl, 1952/12/19: 3
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, boy, 1958/03/21: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Coke, girl, 1967/04/21: 9
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. David, boy, 1959/04/03: 7, 1960/04/29: 6, 1961/09/15: 6, 1962/09/28: 6, 1964/02/21: 7
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. David Edward, boy, 1963/10/25: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl I., boy, 1968/12/27: 7
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, girl, 1964/05/22: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L., boy, 1967/03/31: 9
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Haywood
        boy, 1964/02/07: 6, 1966/05/27: 6, 1967/04/21: 9
        girl, 1968/08/30: 7, 1969/08/01: 9
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Hines, girl, 1949/04/01: 7, 1957/11/29: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. C., boy, 1955/03/04: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1944/12/22: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. James E., boy, 1970/05/29: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. James S.
        boy, 1967/12/22: 9
        girl, 1960/01/22: 6, 1961/06/30: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John
        boy, 1962/02/09 Supp: 3
        girl, 1963/05/17: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John C., boy, 1967/11/03: 9
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
        boy, 1962/11/09: 2
        girl, 1961/09/01: 7, 1968/07/19: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John W., girl, 1963/08/30:4
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John Will, boy, 1958/09/26: 6, 1962/06/01: 2, 1963/12/06: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Leon, Sr., boy, 1954/09/10: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
        boy, 1966/12/30: 8
        girl, 1968/02/16: 9
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Fidelis, Jr., girl, 1963/05/10: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elsie, boy, 1956/04/13: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Joseph, Jr., twins, girl and boy, 1955/08/19 Supp: 2
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, girl, 1969/02/14: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A., girl, 1964/06/26: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
        boy, 1959/08/28: 3, 1962/01/05: 6, 1966/09/09: 6
        girl, 1960/10/07: 6, 1963/02/22: 6, 1964/09/18: 3
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee, boy, 1966/12/30: 8
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. B.
        boy, 1965/04/23: 6
        girl, 1966/10/14: 10 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Setterick John, boy, 1961/03/24: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ira., Jr., girl, 1944/03/31: 7
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling
        boy, 1949/12/16 Supp: 2, 1955/07/08 Supp: 3
        girl, 1946/10/11: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Terrell, boy, 1951/11/09: 2
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Thessalonia White, Jr.
        boy, 1968/12/06: 4, 1969/10/10: 7
        girl, 1968/01/19: 7
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Thessalonio, girl, 1957/08/23: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Tollie Jackson, girl, 1949/02/25 Supp: 2
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Troy, girl, 1931/10/09: 7
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. William
        boy, 1942/09/11: 7, 1949/04/15: 6, 1960/01/29: 6
        twin girls, 1957/04/12: 6
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. William, Jr., boy, 1968/08/16: 7
      Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Oran, boy, 1966/01/21: 6
      Alley, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie, girl, 1964/08/21: 6, 1969/05/16: 8
      Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Haston Dock, boy, 1956/12/14: 6
      Ally, Mr. and Mrs. Milton, boy, 1968/02/16: 9
      Alston, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carl, Jr.
        boy, 1965/12/17: 7
        girl, 1968/05/03: 7
      Amerson, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy L.
        boy, 1958/12/05: 7, 1963/02/15: 6
        girl, 1961/03/03: 6
      Amey, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight W., boy, 1967/12/22: 9
      Amires, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton, Jr., boy, 1966/10/14: 10 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
      Amires, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton, Sr.
        boy, 1947/01/03: 6
        girl, 1948/09/10: 2
      Amos, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, boy, 1969/10/10: 7
      Amos, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, boy, 1945/02/02: 6
      Amos, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Lee, boy, 1962/08/10: 3
      Amos, Mr. and Mrs. Loston C., girl, 1968/11/15: 6
      Amos, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, boy, 1958/07/18: 6
      Ananandus, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D., girl, 1970/04/17: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Abner, boy, 1945/06/29: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, boy, 1964/02/21: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, girl, 1955/09/02: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred James, boy, 1949/10/07: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F., girl, 1969/08/22: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Floyd, boy, 1958/12/05: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Babe Sykes, girl, 1950/11/17: 7, 1954/06/04: 4, 1956/12/07: 3
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R., girl, 1955/09/23: 2
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, girl, 1957/11/29: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodney
        boy, 1962/07/13: 6
        girl, 1960/04/29: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie, Jr.
        boy, 1962/10/12 Supp: 4
        girl, 1961/02/03: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie J., boy, 1966/03/25: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Claude, boy, 1967/11/10: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mack, girl, 1944/11/03: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton
        boy, 1960/03/18: 3
        girl, 1947/06/20: 6, 1966/08/26: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward E.
        boy, 1946/11/22: 2
        girl, 1948/07/23 Supp: 3
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge F., girl, 1946/02/08: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. F. L., boy, 1956/11/16: 4
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie G., girl, 1967/07/14: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield, girl, 1958/03/07: 6, 1960/05/13: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George Conrad, girl, 1949/09/23 Supp: 2
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George H., boy, 1967/03/24: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald, boy, 1956/09/14: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, girl, 1945/03/23: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J., Jr., boy, 1968/12/13: 4
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. James
        boy, 1954/07/02: 2
        girl, 1956/07/27: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. John, girl, 1967/03/31: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Jr., boy, 1968/02/16: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, girl, 1968/06/14: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D., girl, 1970/03/20: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, girl, 1953/02/27: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy S., boy, 1968/09/20: 9
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Morris, boy, 1953/01/02: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert, girl, 1950/12/29: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Norris
        boy, 1949/02/04 Supp: 2, 1952/05/23: 6, 1961/09/15: 6, 1963/06/07: 6, 1967/02/03: 6
        girl, 1950/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue), 1953/10/16: 6, 1964/05/22: 6, 1965/11/26 Supp: 4
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, boy, 1961/11/17: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bassett, boy, 1955/08/19 Supp: 2
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
        boy, 1961/07/07: 6
        girl, 1962/05/18: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lawrence, Sr., boy, 1954/07/02: 2
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Louis, boy, 1969/09/19: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L., girl, 1967/03/10: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1948/09/10: 2, 1952/06/27: 6, 1953/10/16: 6, 1955/03/18 Supp: 2, 1956/05/11: 4
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joe, boy, 1955/01/21: 7, 1956/03/02: 6, 1961/07/21: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, boy, 1957/06/14: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert William, girl, 1946/02/22: 4
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam, Sr., girl, 1967/09/08: 8
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Searcy Lee, boy, 1949/08/12 Supp: 3
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ivory, boy, 1956/01/13: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy, girl, 1948/05/07: 2, 1949/06/24 Supp: 3
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
        boy, 1958/01/31: 6
        girl, 1959/03/20: 3
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wiley
        boy, 1959/03/27: 7, 1961/11/17: 6
        girl, 1960/12/09 Supp: 3
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley, boy, 1968/01/05: 10 (filmed in 01/12 issue)
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, girl, 1946/10/11: 6
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Louis, boy, 1961/10/20: 6, 1963/03/15: 7
      Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Office
        boy, 1950/05/05: 6
        girl, 1943/07/23: 7
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, boy, 1946/08/09: 6
      Andrews, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Clifton
        boy, 1945/10/05: 6
        girl
          Events, 1942/12/04: 7
          Jo's Jottings, 1942/11/13: 6
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifton, Jr., boy, 1964/07/17: 6, 1966/10/14: 10 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E., boy, 1967/07/07: 10
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Houston, boy, 1966/01/14: 6
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyet Harrison, Jr., boy, 1957/03/08: 6
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Malachi, girl, 1957/07/12: 6
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Milton, girl, 1949/04/01: 7, 1950/12/29: 7
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel, boy, 1958/10/03: 6
      Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Willie E., Sr., boy, 1966/08/26: 6, 1967/12/22: 9, 1970/01/09: 6
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
        boy, 1954/11/26: 7
        girl, 1958/07/04: 6
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L., girl, 1960/11/25 Supp: 4, 1969/10/17: 7
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1967/09/08: 8
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. John, girl, 1942/01/16: 7
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E., girl, 1969/05/09: 8
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus, boy, 1960/05/20: 4
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
        boy, 1966/05/13: 6
        girl, 1969/07/04: 7
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A., boy, 1961/12/08: 6
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Willie George, girl, 1961/02/17: 6, 1962/11/16 Supp: 2
      Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Roy, boy, 1957/09/20: 7
      Antwine, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vernon, boy, 1958/05/16: 6
      Applewhite, Mr. and Mrs. Alton, boy, 1968/01/19: 7
      Applewhite, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
        boy, 1946/12/20: 7, 1956/08/31: 6
        girl, 1944/08/04: 7
      Applewhite, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
        boy, 1969/02/21: 7
        girl, 1969/12/26: 6
      Applewhite, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ben, boy, 1957/05/03: 3
      Applewhite, Mr. and Mrs. William A., boy, 1958/05/16: 6
      Applin, Mr. and Mrs. John Wanzo, girl, 1955/04/22 Supp: 3, 1959/03/27: 7
      Appling, Mr. and Mrs. Marion, girl, 1956/07/27: 6
      Appling, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, boy, 1945/10/05: 6
      Appling, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M., boy, 1968/10/11: 9
      Arch, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Henry
        boy, 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue), 1960/01/29: 6
        girl, 1958/01/17: 6
      Arch, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
        boy, 1956/09/14: 6, 1960/09/23: 3
        girl, 1955/08/26 Supp: 2
      Arch, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Aaron, boy, 1961/11/03: 6
      Arch, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Lee, Jr., girl, 1952/04/04: 6
      Arch, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
        boy, 1958/11/21: 3
        girl, 1955/06/24: 7
      Arch, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Belva (Belvin), boy, 1946/10/11: 6, 1947/11/28 Supp: 4, 1952/06/27: 6
      Archangel, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey James, boy, 1965/09/03: 6
      Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S., girl, 1967/02/17: 9
      Ardoin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex J., boy, 1967/02/17: 9
      Arin, Mr. and Mrs. Haze Lee, girl, 1960/10/28: 6, 1965/12/31 Supp: 4, 1967/03/10: 6
      Arkadie, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin, boy, 1942/01/02: 7
      Arkadie, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk, girl, 1968/01/19: 7
      Arkadie, Mr. and Mrs. Mack
        boy, 1962/02/02: 6
        girl, 1956/09/07: 6, 1963/01/25: 7
      Arkadie, Mr. and Mrs. William, girl, 1960/07/01: 6, 1961/11/03: 6, 1968/03/29: 7
      Arland, Mr. and Mrs. William H., girl, 1966/12/23: 6
      Arledge, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee
        boy, 1954/09/17: 6, 1955/07/29 Supp: 2
        girl, 1958/07/11: 6
      Armetin, Mr. and Mrs. Raychester N., boy, 1964/10/09: 3
      Armstead, Mr. and Mrs. Alvon Nelson, girl, 1963/04/05: 3
      Armstead, Rev. James M., boy, 1968/05/10: 6
      Armstead, Mr. and Mrs. William, girl, 1947/04/18: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, girl, 1970/05/08: 7
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius, Jr., girl, 1941/01/17: 7
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, girl, 1949/10/28 Supp: 4
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
        boy, 1962/09/14 Supp: 3
        girl, 1960/08/12: 6, 1963/09/13: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee, girl, 1961/06/16: 6, 1964/01/03: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L., boy, 1967/07/28: 8
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee
        boy, 1961/08/04 Supp: 3, 1965/09/03: 6, 1967/01/20: 9, 1968/09/13: 4
        girl, 1959/01/02: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, girl, 1943/07/16: 7
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Jr.
        boy, 1962/08/03 Supp: 3
        twin girls, 1961/08/11: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Louis, Sr.
        boy, 1961/01/13: 7
        girl, 1959/03/20: 3
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. John A., girl, 1941/10/03: 7
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. John Lucher, girl, 1960/09/09: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
        boy, 1966/09/09: 6
        girl, 1963/11/01: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Robert, Jr., girl, 1963/12/27: 5
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Milton William, girl, 1958/10/17: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ray
        boy, 1965/11/12: 6
        girl, 1968/08/30: 7
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, Jr., girl, 1949/08/05 Supp: 2, 1950/12/15: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1964/01/31: 4
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
        boy, 1960/01/01: 6, 1962/12/07: 6
        girl, 1964/02/07: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Joseph, girl, 1957/10/04: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley, boy, 1944/11/03: 6
      Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. William L., girl, 1968/04/12: 7
      Arnette, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray, girl, 1967/01/27: 9
      Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. David, boy, 1948/09/10: 2
      Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Larry, boy, 1968/03/08: 9
      Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Otis
        boy, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
        girl, 1967/12/22: 9
      Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Otis W., girl, 1960/03/25: 6, 1962/05/18: 6
      Arrington, Mr. and Mrs. Willie James
        boy, 1961/08/25: 6
        girl, 1967/01/06: 7
      Artis, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey E., Jr., boy, 1970/04/24: 7
      Ashford, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, girl, 1961/01/13: 7
      Ashford, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C., boy, 1970/04/10: 7
      Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, boy, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
      Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee, boy, 1960/12/09 Supp: 3
      Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. John, Jr.
        boy, 1960/05/13: 6
        girl, 1962/07/20 Supp: 3, 1964/01/31: 4
      Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Lennon Martin, girl, 1962/06/29 Supp: 3
      Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Lewis, boy, 1943/05/21: 7
      Askey, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Randolph, girl, 1950/09/08: 6
      Askins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Jr., girl, 1970/04/10: 7
      Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, boy, 1944/04/07: 7
      Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Carnell C., girl, 1970/04/24: 7
      Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, girl, 1946/08/16: 6, 1957/09/13: 6
      Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F., girl, 1949/01/07: 6
      Atkins, Mr. and Mrs. William E., boy, 1969/06/20: 9
      Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kenneth, girl, 1950/02/24: 6, 1952/03/14: 6, 1955/07/22 Supp: 2
      Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer, girl, 1961/09/22 Supp: 4
      Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donahue, girl, 1962/12/28: 6
      Aubrey, Mr. and Mrs. Hope, Jr., twin boys, 1942/12/18: 7
      Austell, Mr. and Mrs. I. W., girl, 1957/10/04: 6
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, girl, 1959/01/09: 6, 1965/03/19: 6
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee, girl, 1962/03/02: 3, 1966/05/20: 6
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lee
        boy, 1957/04/05: 6
        girl, 1950/03/10: 6, 1952/12/19: 3, 1954/11/12: 3, 1956/02/24: 6
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, girl, 1949/11/11 Supp: 3
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Highbrown, girl, 1955/09/16 Supp: 2
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse James, girl, 1949/07/15: 6
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, Sr.
        boy, 1964/07/03: 6, 1966/09/09: 6
        girl, 1965/09/17: 3
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L., boy, 1969/02/14: 6
      Austin, Mr. and Mrs. William, Jr., boy, 1960/01/29: 6
      Auzenne, Mr. and Mrs. Alexie, Jr., boy, 1947/09/12: 2
      Avent, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lee, girl, 1959/02/27: 3
      Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Frederick, Jr.., girl, 1959/03/27: 7
      Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, boy, 1962/01/19: 6
      Avery, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Jr., boy, 1957/05/31: 6
      Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simon, Jr., boy, 1962/12/21: 3
      Axel, Mr. and Mrs. John L.
        boy, 1950/09/01: 5, 1953/05/29: 6
        girl, 1954/07/02: 2, 1957/11/29: 6
      Aycock, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo, Jr., girl, 1965/09/10: 6, 1969/03/07: 7
      Aycock, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Murry, girl, 1963/12/27: 5
      Aycock, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olney, boy, 1933/06/16: 5
      Aycock, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olney, Jr., boy, 1960/08/12: 6
      Babb, Mr. and Mrs. John Robert, girl, 1960/05/13: 6
      Babino, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, girl, 1966/09/09: 6
      Babino, Mr. and Mrs. Roumell, girl, 1962/03/16: 6, 1964/02/28: 6
      Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, girl, 1965/03/19: 6
      Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence James
        boy, 1959/10/09: 3, 1960/11/04 Supp: 2, 1962/05/18: 6
        girl, 1958/11/21: 3
      Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. James
        boy, 1955/09/30 Supp: 2, 1968/04/12: 7
        girl, 1963/02/22: 6
      Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. William Louie, girl, 1965/09/24: 6
      Bacy, Mr. and Mrs. James Vernon
        girl, 1944/11/24 Supp: 1, 1944/12/01: 6
          Jo's Jottings, 1944/11/24 Supp: 4
      Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A., Jr., girl, 1968/08/02: 9
      Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. George Carver, Sr., boy, 1969/08/01: 9
      Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1944/08/04: 7, 1953/09/11: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Leon, boy, 1957/07/26: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
        boy, 1951/03/23: 7
        girl, 1949/07/22 Supp: 2
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leon
        boy, 1956/06/08: 6, 1958/09/26: 6, 1960/01/01: 6
        girl, 1957/07/12: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Elias, Jr.
        boy, 1965/08/20: 6
        girl, 1963/03/15: 7
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1945/12/07: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
        boy, 1958/07/25: 3
        girl, 1964/01/24: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
        boy, 1963/10/25: 6
        girl, 1961/07/21: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Otis G., boy, 1950/11/17: 7
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Prince Albert, girl, 1956/09/07: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Queney, boy, 1949/11/18 Supp: 3
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, boy, 1957/06/14: 6
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Will, girl, 1955/07/08 Supp: 3, 1960/11/18: 6, 1962/08/03 Supp: 3
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel David, boy, 1949/08/05 Supp: 2
      Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Steve, Jr., girl, 1959/07/10: 6
      Baines, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Leander
        boy, 1961/12/15: 6
        girl, 1960/11/04 Supp: 2
      Baity, Mr. and Mrs. Herman T., girl, 1940/11/01: 7, 1942/05/22: 7
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Delano
        boy, 1961/12/15: 6
        girl, 1959/11/06: 6
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry
        boy, 1957/01/11: 6, 1961/12/01: 6
        girl, 1956/01/13: 6
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, twins, boy and girl, 1965/10/08: 6
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. David
        boy, 1957/11/08: 4
        girl (Alamo City Briefs), 1940/12/20: 7
        girl, 1955/07/01: 4
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. David W.
        boy, 1942/06/26: 7, 1947/03/14: 6
        girl, 1945/05/04: 6, 1951/08/31: 2
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. James R., boy, 1967/08/18: 9
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny James, boy, 1965/09/10: 6
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Luther L., boy, 1946/11/22: 2
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Norris. boy, 1962/03/02: 3
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richard, girl, 1959/05/15: 3
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, girl, 1949/08/05 Supp: 2
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph R., boy, 1961/08/04 Supp: 3
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, girl, 1947/03/21: 6
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore, Jr., girl, 1961/08/11: 6
        correction, 1961/08/18: 6
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., boy, 1964/09/11: 4
      Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy, girl, 1968/12/27: 7
      Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. James, boy, 1960/11/25 Supp: 4
      Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. James A.
        boy, 1959/08/28: 3
        girl, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue)
      Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Dell, girl, 1966/05/27: 6
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, girl, 1946/09/13: 6
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bernard, boy, 1969/09/19: 7
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
        boy, 1968/04/05: 9
        girl, 1965/04/30: 6
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
        boy, 1946/01/25: 6
        girl, 1967/09/08: 8
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Jr., girl, 1966/10/14: 10 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglass, girl, 1965/04/30: 6
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. James Hildry
        boy, 1946/08/09: 6, 1948/03/05 Supp: 2
        girl, 1949/08/26 Supp: 2, 1951/07/27: 7
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, girl, 1968/12/06: 4
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. John Lincoln
        boy, 1948/03/05 Supp: 2, 1955/12/16: 4
        girl, 1950/03/10: 6, 1957/07/26: 6, 1960/04/01: 6
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. L. J., girl, 1942/12/18: 7
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
        boy, 1954/11/26: 7
        girl, 1956/12/21: 6, 1969/08/29: 9
      Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A., twins, boy and girl, 1963/01/04: 6
      Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland, boy, 1964/02/28: 6
      Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1967/08/04: 9
      Ballenger, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nathaniel, girl, 1952/08/29: 6
      Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. James, boy, 1949/06/10 Supp: 2
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin, girl, 1956/05/11: 4
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leroy
        boy, 1966/05/27: 6
        girl, 1968/06/14: 7
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo
        boy, 1946/12/20: 7
        girl, 1949/09/16: 6
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. James Leroy, girl, 1955/04/29 Supp: 3, 1956/03/02: 6
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
        boy, 1955/06/17: 6
        girl, 1956/09/07: 6
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nathaniel, girl, 1958/03/07: 6
      Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Willie J.
        boy, 1956/03/02: 6, 1964/09/04: 4
        girl, 1958/10/17: 6
      Bankston, Mr. and Mrs. C. W., boy, 1962/06/08 Supp: 3
      Bankston, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis, girl, 1946/08/30: 6, 1948/02/06 Supp: 4
      Bankston, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie J.
        boy, 1949/01/21: 2
        girl, 1946/10/11: 6
      Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Lee, girl, 1955/03/11: 6, 1956/04/06: 6
      Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, Jr., girl, 1960/01/22: 6
      Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Murray L.
        boy, 1962/03/09: 6, 1967/12/22: 9
        girl, 1966/04/15: 6
      Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, boy and girl, 1947/05/16: 2
      Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Winford Jerry, girl, 1952/12/19: 3
      Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry, girl, 1944/07/28: 7
      Barefield, Mr. and Mrs. David
        boy, 1969/06/06: 9
        girl, 1961/08/25: 6
      Barksdale, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
        boy, 1961/07/28: 6
        girl, 1963/12/13: 6, 1966/01/14: 6
      Barley, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barry, Sr., boy, 1958/09/12: 7
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee
        boy, 1961/08/11: 6
        girl, 1959/05/15: 3, 1960/05/27: 3
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Alfria, girl, 1952/01/04: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe, boy, 1968/12/06: 4
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, girl, 1946/12/06: 4
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles John
        boy, 1952/06/27: 6
        girl, 1955/04/15 Supp: 3, 1956/06/01: 7, 1957/06/14: 6, 1965/10/08: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Dennie R., Jr., girl, 1942/04/10: 7
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, girl, 1961/04/14: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
        boy, 1961/02/24: 6, 1962/07/20 Supp: 3
        girl, 1963/12/27: 5
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alfred, boy, 1953/08/07: 6, 1958/02/14: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, boy, 1942/06/26: 7
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. M., girl, 1959/02/13: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1949/04/22: 2
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, boy, 1964/01/31: 4
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. John, boy, 1958/05/30: 6, 1961/10/20: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. John Charles, girl, 1957/06/14: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. John Edward
        girl, 1946/08/02: 6
          correction, it is a boy, 1946/08/09: 6
        twins, 1945/09/07: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine B., girl, 1969/02/07: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Mathis, boy, 1948/03/12 Supp: 4
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew (Mathis)
        boy, 1944/02/18: 7, 1948/03/12 Supp: 4, 1949/01/28: 2
        girl, 1947/03/14: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
        boy, 1962/08/17: 6
        girl, 1948/04/09 Supp: 3, 1955/03/18 Supp: 2, 1963/06/21: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Robert
        boy, 1956/07/27: 6
        girl, 1962/04/20: 7
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Quinnice
        boy, 1967/05/26: 9
        girl, 1958/10/10: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
        boy, 1953/09/11: 6
        girl, 1952/01/04: 6
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Tumice, boy, 1946/03/08: 4
      Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
        boy, 1952/10/24: 6, 1954/04/30: 2, 1955/05/20: 6
        girl, 1968/12/20: 4
      Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, Sr., boy, 1946/07/19: 6
      Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C., boy, 1968/03/08: 9
      Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Owen
        boy, 1962/08/03 Supp: 3, 1963/11/22: 3
        girl, 1956/09/14: 6, 1958/07/11: 6, 1960/05/27: 3
      Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. W. G., boy, 1954/06/04: 4
      Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Willie D., girl, 1944/01/21: 7
      Barr, Mr. and Mrs. Judge Sanders, boy, 1953/05/29: 6
      Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Errol Kenneth, boy, 1962/03/30 Supp: 4
      Barro, Mr. and Mrs. Oliverio Audores
        boy, 1964/01/17: 7
        girl, 1965/01/15: 6
      Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Carl K., girl, 1970/01/23: 7
      Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, boy, 1941/05/30: 7, 1963/06/28: 3, 1964/07/10: 6
      Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roy, boy, 1961/08/11: 6
      Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Douglas
        boy, 1958/05/30: 6
        girl, 1951/12/07: 6, 1954/07/30: 6, 1957/05/10: 6, 1961/12/08: 6
      Baskin, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
        boy, 1959/10/23: 6
        girl, 1958/12/19: 3
        twin boy and girl, 1960/09/09: 6
      Baskin, Mr. and Mrs. Leo, girl, 1966/03/04: 6
      Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin, girl, 1964/12/18: 4
      Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. Carlee, girl, 1970/03/06: 7
      Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey, boy, 1947/01/24: 6
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Dan D., boy, 1968/02/02: 4
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
        boy, 1951/03/09: 4, 1958/10/10: 6
        girl, 1950/03/10: 6, 1955/11/04: 6, 1956/11/16: 4
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, girl, 1963/08/16: 3
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert, girl, 1969/05/16: 8
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arthur, girl, 1959/04/03: 7
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I., boy, 1955/03/04: 6
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Squire, girl, 1941/03/14: 7
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy, girl, 1946/05/31: 2
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, girl, 1942/09/25: 7
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, boy, 1967/01/13: 4
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Willis) Eugene, girl, 1960/12/16 Supp: 2, 1962/06/01: 2
      Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Willis E., girl, 1968/01/19: 7, 1968/09/13: 4
      Batie, Mr. and Mrs. Batie Server, girl, 1954/01/08: 6
      Batie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
        boy, 1960/12/02: 6
        girl, 1970/01/16: 6
      Batista, Mr. and Mrs. John Hugo Caesar
        boy, 1956/04/06: 6
        girl, 1957/03/22: 6
      Batson, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dennis
        boy, 1959/11/13: 6, 1962/11/16 Supp: 2
        girl, 1966/02/25: 6
      Battee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Jr., boy, 1963/04/19: 6
      Battle, Mr. and Mrs. William, girl, 1955/09/16 Supp: 2
      Battles, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Vernon, boy, 1965/12/24: 6
      Batts, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy, boy, 1966/09/16: 5
      Batts, Mr. and Mrs. George, girl, 1958/01/17: 6
      Batts, Mr. and Mrs. Lem S., Jr.
        boy, 1952/05/30: 6, 1957/02/08: 6
        girl, 1960/09/02: 6
      Batts, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weldon, boy, 1957/03/22: 6
      Bauknight, Mr. and Mrs. Richard A., girl, 1963/03/01: 6
      Baul, Mr. and Mrs. James, Jr.
        boy, 1962/03/16: 6
        girl, 1963/03/15: 7
      Baxley, Mr. and Mrs. [no name given], boy, 1947/02/07: 6
      Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. William, girl (photo), 1968/05/31: 6
      Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, girl, 1952/10/24: 6
      Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Frank, boy, 1946/11/29: 6
      Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
        boy, 1958/10/24: 4, 1960/03/11: 6
        girl, 1962/01/19: 6, 1963/06/28: 3, 1966/04/15: 6
      Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius, boy, 1950/05/05: 6
      Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry
        boy, 1955/01/28 Supp: 4
        girl, 1957/07/26: 6
      Beamann, Mr. and Mrs. John, girl, 1955/09/23: 2
      Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dean, girl, 1959/03/13: 6, 1960/09/23: 3, 1961/07/28: 6
      Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Linzy Ray, boy, 1955/08/19 Supp: 2
      Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Odell, Jr.
        boy, 1964/01/31: 4, 1965/01/29: 3, 1966/02/18: 6
        girl, 1960/01/29: 6, 1961/01/20: 6, 1962/01/12: 6, 1963/02/01: 6
      Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
        boy, 1962/04/20: 7, 1963/06/07: 6, 1966/05/20: 6
        girl, 1961/01/06: 6
      Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Willie G., boy, 1969/01/17: 6
      Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Willie M., Jr., boy, 1962/07/13: 6
      Beard, Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas, boy, 1961/08/04 Supp: 3
      Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
        boy, 1958/08/01: 6
        girl, 1957/08/23: 6
      Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Lee, girl, 1965/07/16: 6
      Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie, girl, 1942/12/18: 7
      Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C., boy, 1967/05/19: 8
      Beaty, Mr. and Mrs. Leonidas, girl, 1963/06/07: 6, 1964/12/18: 4
      Beckom, Mr. and Mrs. Brice Nathaniel, Jr., boy, 1950/03/17: 6
      Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, boy, 1957/06/14: 6
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
        boy, 1961/08/18: 6, 1963/03/22: 6
        girl, 1965/07/16: 6
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
        boy, 1960/01/29: 6, 1962/08/10: 3, 1966/09/23: 9
        girl, 1955/01/21: 7, 1963/07/19: 6
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milburn
        boy, 1946/09/13: 6
        girl, 1941/05/16: 7
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Obie, girl, 1959/01/16: 6
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Obie Gene, boy, 1968/07/12: 6
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, girl, 1963/12/13: 6
      Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. William Clayton, boy, 1958/02/14: 6
      Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Herman, boy, 1961/08/11: 6
      Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, boy, 1963/11/22: 3
      Belcher, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Claybrooks, girl, 1962/09/28: 6
      Belcher, Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius
        boy, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
        girl, 1954/04/30: 2
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Artis, girl, 1942/09/11: 7
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Leon, Sr.
        boy, 1964/12/04: 7
        girl, 1954/07/30: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Floyd, Jr., girl, 1957/05/03: 3, 1958/05/09: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, boy, 1965/01/08: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L., boy, 1964/04/24 Supp: 2
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Claud
        boy, 1949/03/11 Supp: 3
        girl, 1946/01/04: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, Jr., girl, 1941/12/12: 7
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Jr., girl, 1960/07/29: 7
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, girl, 1959/11/20: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harvey, girl, 1947/08/01: 2, 1949/04/22: 2
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. James
        boy, 1955/02/04: 6
        girl, 1959/12/25: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. James Henry, Sr., boy, 1958/11/21: 3, 1962/05/18: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. James Louis, girl, 1960/09/09: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. James S., girl, 1966/11/04: 10 (filmed in 11/11 issue)
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. James Wesley
        boy, 1959/04/03: 7, 1963/11/01: 6
        girl, 1962/03/16: 6, 1966/02/18: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. John, Jr., boy, 1960/09/30: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. John M., girl, 1968/08/30: 7
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Leon, boy, 1969/06/13: 9
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Leon A., girl, 1966/12/23: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, boy, 1945/11/16: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davis, boy, 1945/05/04: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W., girl, 1966/09/16: 5, 1967/10/27: 9
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, girl, 1951/05/11: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy F., boy, 1970/01/09: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D., girl, 1961/09/15: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Weldon, Jr., boy, 1952/01/04: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, boy, 1956/09/07: 6, 1961/04/14: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt, girl, 1947/04/18: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Charles, Jr.
        boy, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
        girl, 1963/05/24: 4
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
        boy, 1964/04/10: 6
        girl, 1960/10/14: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Theo, boy, 1942/05/01: 7
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore, boy, 1958/04/25: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James, Jr.
        boy, 1960/04/22: 6, 1962/01/05: 6
        girl, 1957/10/04: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
        boy, 1957/01/04: 6
        girl, 1953/09/11: 6
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
        boy, 1955/03/04: 6
        girl, 1949/03/25 Supp: 2
      Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley, boy, 1941/04/11: 7
      Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs. Moses, Jr.
        girl, 1961/05/26: 6
        twin boys, 1963/02/01: 6
      Bellesen, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gerald, boy, 1955/09/30 Supp: 2
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin, girl, 1965/10/15: 6
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A., girl, 1968/03/01: 7
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anthony
        boy, 1964/11/27: 4
        girl, 1966/09/30: 9
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, boy, 1941/06/13: 7, 1942/10/23: 7, 1946/10/11: 6
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Middleton
        boy, 1951/08/24: 6
        girl, 1946/12/27: 7
          (Jo's Jottings), 1946/12/20 Supp: 1
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley
        boy, 1953/09/25 Supp: 2
        girl, 1944/10/27: 6, 1946/03/08: 4, 1959/07/17: 3, 1962/11/30: 6
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, girl, 1949/12/02: 2
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Wheat Joe, girl, 1950/02/10: 6, 1953/10/16: 6, 1956/06/01: 7
      Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. William Noah, boy, 1962/10/26: 4
      Belvin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, girl, 1941/10/31: 7
      Benford, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Henry, III, boy, 1964/03/06: 6
      Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, boy, 1963/09/13: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Buster, boy, 1945/06/15: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, girl, 1949/08/19: 6, 1954/09/10: 6, 1964/01/17: 7
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Clenn Franklin, girl, 1964/09/11: 4
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, boy, 1962/12/07: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, boy, 1949/05/27 Supp: 3
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, Jr., girl, 1967/03/31: 9, 1969/02/14: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bernard, boy, 1949/07/08: 7, 1956/12/14: 6, 1960/05/20: 4, 1961/10/06: 2
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C., girl, 1970/04/10: 7
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, girl, 1969/06/13: 9
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, girl, 1955/05/20: 6, 1968/09/20: 9
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A., boy, 1966/09/02: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Welton., Jr.
        boy, 1965/08/13: 6
        girl, 1960/03/11: 6, 1962/09/14 Supp: 3
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wildon, boy, 1947/02/28: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert, Jr., boy, 1951/05/11: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. John W., girl, 1944/12/08: 6, 1946/08/30: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
        boy, 1959/08/28: 3
        girl, 1957/05/31: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Leo C., girl, 1970/02/06: 7
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin D., Sr., boy, 1968/11/15: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, boy, 1946/11/08: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Rawlvan, boy, 1958/04/25: 6
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ray A., boy, 1949/03/18 Supp: 3
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alounis, Sr., girl, 1964/11/27: 4
      Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James, Jr.
        boy, 1964/01/17: 7
        girl, 1962/12/28: 6
      Benning, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, boy, 1955/09/23: 2
      Benning, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Henry, boy, 1954/04/30: 2, 1960/10/21: 3
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee, girl, 1957/06/14: 6, 1959/08/14: 6
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C., girl, 1968/09/06: 7
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Desmer
        boy, 1946/11/08: 6
        girl, 1947/11/14: 2
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
        boy, 1945/11/30: 6, 1946/11/15: 2
        girl, 1949/07/01 Supp: 2, 1954/08/06: 2, 1970/01/30: 7
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Edker, boy, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1960/04/29: 6
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R.
        boy, 1960/09/23: 3
        girl, 1959/01/23: 6, 1962/05/18: 6
        twin boys, 1963/11/22: 3
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Olester, boy, 1952/03/14: 6
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, girl, 1965/09/17: 3
      Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley, girl, 1941/04/11: 7
      Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Barmas, boy, 1967/11/10: 9
      Bergen, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Warren, boy, 1954/01/08: 6
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett, girl, 1968/02/23: 9
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams, girl, 1962/07/27 Supp: 3
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W., Jr., girl, 1968/03/22: 9
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
        girl, 1943/07/02: 7, 1945/03/23: 6
          Alamo City Briefs, 1943/06/25: 7
          Jo's Jottings, 1943/06/25: 6
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
        boy, 1969/09/12: 6
        girl, 1960/12/16 Supp: 2
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D., boy, 1957/02/08: 6, 1958/01/31: 6, 1964/06/12: 6
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
        boy, 1944/07/07: 4
        girl, 1945/11/23: 6
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, girl, 1963/08/30: 4
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Douglas, girl, 1958/04/18: 6, 1959/11/13: 6
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L., girl, 1970/02/06: 7
      Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
        boy, 1941/07/18: 7
        girl, 1942/10/16: 7
      Bess, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melvin, girl, 1954/07/30: 6
      Best, Mr. and Mrs. MacArthur J., boy, 1968/09/13: 4
      Bethany, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, girl, 1963/12/13: 6
      Bethany (Betheny), Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1948/02/20 Supp: 4, 1954/06/04: 4, 1955/11/04: 6, 1959/05/15: 3
      Bethea, Mr. and Mrs. Earlie, boy, 1959/05/22: 6
      Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. Allen H., girl, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3
      Bethely, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, girl, 1967/01/13: 4
      Bettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley, boy, 1951/11/30: 7
      Bettis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Jr., boy, 1964/12/04: 7
      Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Cosby, boy, 1942/01/09: 7
      Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy, girl, 1968/01/26: 8
      Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin, girl, 1952/10/24: 6, 1960/09/23: 3
      Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. James, boy, 1955/09/16 Supp: 2
      Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur, girl, 1958/01/17: 6
      Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Jewett D., girl, 1942/08/28: 7
      Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Leon R., Jr., boy, 1948/07/16 Supp: 3
      Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, Jr., boy, 1962/06/29 Supp: 3
      Bias, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde J., Jr., boy, 1969/01/17: 6
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Daye B., girl, 1959/03/06: 6
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Edward D., girl, 1965/12/24: 6, 1967/09/22: 9
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, girl, 1940/08/16: 7
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lofa, Sr.
        boy, 1958/10/03: 6
        girl, 1956/08/03: 6, 1957/07/26: 6, 1960/04/15: 7
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Haywood, Jr., twin boy and girl, 1963/11/22: 3
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
        boy, 1944/07/21: 7, 1946/05/17: 2
        girl, 1949/01/07: 6
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert E., boy, 1970/02/20: 6
      Bibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Eugene, girl, 1964/04/03: 6
      Bibles, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee
        boy, 1949/04/15: 6, 1953/05/15: 6, 1955/09/02: 6, 1959/05/15: 3
        girl, 1952/04/18: 6
      Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. James C., girl, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3
      Biggers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F., girl, 1968/12/06: 4
      Billard, Mr. and Mrs. Ellie H., girl, 1958/04/04: 6
      Billingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walter, boy, 1963/12/13: 6
      Billups, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo L., girl, 1941/09/26: 7
      Bilton, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee, boy, 1967/09/29: 7
      Binyard, Mr. and Mrs. Thadies, girl, 1959/03/20: 3
      Bios, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee, girl, 1967/09/29: 7
      Bios, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald, boy, 1959/11/13: 6
      Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B., boy, 1970/04/17: 9
      Bisco, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
        boy, 1965/07/16: 6
        girl, 1968/08/16: 7
      Biscoe, Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Davis, girl, 1944/11/10: 6, 1949/09/09: 4
      Biser, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J., girl, 1948/03/05 Supp: 2, 1960/01/22: 6
      Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas, Jr., girl, 1958/10/03: 6
      Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V., girl, 1970/03/20: 7
      Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Victor
        boy, 1962/03/23: 6
        girl, 1960/07/08 Supp: 3
      Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Lorance George
        boy, 1958/11/07: 7, 1960/03/18: 3, 1962/03/30 Supp: 4
        girl, 1955/08/05: 6
      Bivins, Mr. and Mrs. J. C., Sr.
        boy, 1966/11/11: 6
        girl, 1967/11/10: 9
      Bivins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Louis, Sr.
        boy, 1962/06/01: 2
        girl, 1960/10/14: 6
      Bivins, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, boy, 1951/06/01: 7
      Bivins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
        boy, 1957/03/29: 2
        girl, 1958/10/17: 6
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, girl, 1964/02/14: 6
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pompa, boy, 1962/02/23: 6
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, girl, 1962/07/13: 6
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E., boy, 1967/04/07: 8
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, girl, 1970/03/06: 7
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. William E., girl, 1941/05/09: 7
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, girl, 1963/03/15: 7
      Black, Mr. and Mrs. Willie C., girl, 1961/08/11: 6
      Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifford, girl, 1941/06/20: 7
      Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1955/05/20: 7, 1961/07/28: 6
      Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Lendson, girl, 1966/12/02: 9
      Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt, girl, 1958/09/05: 6
      Blackmon, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, boy, 1960/04/01: 6
      Blackmon, Mr. and Mrs. Odus Edward
        boy, 1963/02/01: 6
        girl, 1961/10/20: 6
      Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry, boy, 1952/06/27: 6
      Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. Hosie, boy, 1951/03/09: 4, 1960/10/07: 6
      Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dean
        boy, 1959/05/22: 6, 1963/01/11: 7
        girl, 1960/08/26 Supp: 2, 1961/09/15: 6
      Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. Roger H.
        boy, 1966/12/23: 6
        girl, 1969/02/28: 7
      Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Alvon
        boy, 1945/12/14: 6
        girl, 1944/06/23: 7, 1948/05/28 Supp: 3
      Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, boy, 1952/11/21: 6, 1955/08/19 Supp: 2
      Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Calvin, girl, 1965/12/24: 6
      Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Richard D., boy, 1968/02/16: 9
      Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joseph, boy, 1960/12/30: 6
      BlakemoreMr. and Mrs. James Louis, boy, 1950/11/03: 7
      Blakey, Mr. and Mrs. Noah, girl, 1942/09/25: 7
      Bland, Mr. and Mrs. Artman B., Jr., girl, 1967/01/27: 9
      Bland, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey James, Jr.
        boy, 1964/09/04: 4
        girl, 1956/02/24: 6
      Bland, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Sr., boy, 1955/05/20: 6
      Blanks, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, boy, 1950/11/17: 7
      Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Cleopha, boy, 1943/01/15: 7
      BlantonMr. and Mrs. George Willie, girl, 1950/11/03: 7
      Blaylock, Mr. and Mrs. Milas Collins, boy, 1954/09/10: 6
      Bledsoe, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
        boy, 1955/08/19 Supp: 2
        twins, boy and girl, 1961/12/15: 6
      Bledsoe, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edd, boy, 1958/05/09: 6
      Blocker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T., girl, 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
      Blocker, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon, boy, 1941/07/18: 7
      Blount, Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Dee
        boy, 1965/08/20: 6
        twin girls, 1967/09/08: 8
      Boatwright, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
        boy, 1956/09/28: 3
        girl, 1960/04/01: 6
      Boatwright, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, girl, 1970/01/16: 6
      Boddie, Mr. and Mrs. Mack, Jr., girl, 1954/08/06: 2
      Bogan, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sylvester, boy, 1956/04/13: 6
      Boggs, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson, girl, 1958/01/31: 6
      Bohman, Mr. and Mrs. Willis B., girl
        Events, 1944/03/03: 7
        Jo's Jottings, 1940/08/23: 6, 1940/09/27: 6, 1944/02/25: 6
      Bolden, Mr. and Mrs. James Garfield, girl, 1959/01/02: 6
      Bolden, Mr. and Mrs. James T., boy, 1966/02/11: 6
      Bolden, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
        boy, 1967/07/07: 10
        girl, 1961/09/22 Supp: 4, 1968/10/04: 9
      Bolden, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R., boy, 1948/03/19 Supp: 3
      Bolden, Mr. and Mrs. Truman H.
        boy, 1970/05/15: 7
        girl, 1968/06/21: 7
      Boldin, Mr. and Mrs. Sammie, girl, 1944/06/02: 7
      Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. David Ray, girl, 1948/09/10: 2
      Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Ewine, girl, 1968/06/14: 7
      Bond, Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur, twins, girl and boy, 1950/08/25: 6
      Bond, Mr. and Mrs. John Tennis, boy, 1953/10/16: 6
      Bonds, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert W., girl, 1946/03/08: 4
      Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
        boy, 1962/08/10: 3, 1964/08/21: 6
        girl, 1969/03/28: 8
      Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. Love Albert, girl, 1948/02/20 Supp: 4
      Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. Willie James, boy, 1964/06/26: 6
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie, girl, 1967/07/14: 9
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. George Edward, girl, 1952/06/27: 6
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny, girl, 1965/08/13: 6, 1966/07/15: 6
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Julius, girl, 1947/01/03: 6
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Odette, girl, 1956/11/16: 4
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. O. C., Jr., boy (Jo's Jottings), 1938/07/08: 6
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W., boy, 1960/11/18: 6
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee
        boy, 1961/04/14: 6
        girl, 1963/01/11: 7
      Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon J.
        boy, 1947/01/31: 6
        girl, 1949/06/17: 2
      Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lee, girl, 1955/07/15: 6
      Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Benny O., girl, 1958/10/10: 6
      Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, boy, 1968/12/27: 7
      Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd T., Sr.
        boy, 1967/06/30: 9
        girl, 1966/05/06: 7
      Boone, Mr. and Mrs. John Finley, boy, 1962/04/06 Supp: 3
      Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Lenox, Jr., girl, 1963/05/24: 4
      Borise, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy
        boy, 1963/03/01: 6
        girl, 1968/08/16: 7
      Bosey, Mr. and Mrs. Teddy, boy, 1969/01/17: 6
      Bosier, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
        boy, 1969/08/29: 9
        twin boys, 1967/07/21: 7
      Bosier, Mr. and Mrs. Malachi, girl, 1950/05/19: 2
      Bosier, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe, boy, 1951/09/14: 4
      Bostick, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby E., girl, 1967/11/24: 9
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby, girl, 1969/01/03: 7
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, boy, 1952/12/19: 3, 1960/08/26 Supp: 2
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manuel
        boy, 1952/04/04: 6, 1962/10/12 Supp: 4, 1965/01/15: 6
        girl, 1957/05/31: 6, 1961/06/30: 6
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac, girl, 1969/02/28: 7
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Lushiul, girl, 1960/10/14: 6
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Pete, girl, 1964/06/12: 6
      Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, girl, 1961/11/24: 6
      Boudreaux, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woodrow, girl, 1950/02/24: 6
      Boulden, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo, girl, 1946/08/09: 6
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
        boy, 1958/12/19: 3, 1961/07/07: 6
        girl, 1960/07/15 Supp: 3, 1962/08/03 Supp: 3, 1969/11/07: 7
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, girl, 1968/06/14: 7
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee, boy, 1966/09/02: 6
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. Mourice Lynn, boy, 1969/10/03: 7
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. Sammie
        boy, 1950/12/15: 6, 1958/02/21: 6, 1961/11/17: 6
        girl, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3, 1960/03/11: 6
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. Trilvin, girl, 1961/09/22 Supp: 4
      Bouldin, Mr. and Mrs. William
        boy, 1968/03/08: 9
        girl, 1962/11/23: 2
      Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, girl, 1949/01/28: 2
      Bowdre, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lamartino, girl, 1950/12/15: 6
      Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon, girl, 1964/07/17: 6
      Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver D., boy, 1959/08/28: 3
      Bowens, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Eugene, girl, 1967/04/21: 9
      Bowens, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, boy, 1967/01/20: 9
      Bowens, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Edward
        boy, 1951/07/27: 7
        girl, 1950/02/24: 6
      Bowens, Mr. and Mrs. Julius F., girl, 1958/05/30: 6
      Bowens, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
        boy, 1956/01/13: 6, 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue)
        girl, 1962/01/12: 6
      Bowens, Mr. and Mrs. Rossie L. (Rosale)
        girl, 1968/03/15: 6
        twin boys, 1969/03/14: 9
      Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Earl, boy, 1957/03/08: 6, 1961/02/17: 6
      Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Willie James, boy, 1964/10/09: 3, 1966/05/13: 6
      Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. James M., Sr., boy, 1969/12/26: 6
      Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
        boy, 1943/03/12: 7, 1945/04/20: 6
        girl, 1947/03/21: 6
      Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, Jr., boy, 1951/02/16: 6
      Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander Wilkerson, girl, 1957/04/05: 6
      Box, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl, girl, 1956/05/11: 4
      Boxley, Mr. and Mrs. Clement L., girl, 1967/10/27: 9, 1970/01/30: 7
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Ben, boy, 1955/07/01: 4
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Britton, Jr., girl (Alamo City Briefs), 1941/07/11: 7
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. David, Jr.
        boy, 1963/02/22: 6
        girl, 1964/02/28: 6
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, girl, 1957/01/04: 6
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, girl, 1960/09/09: 6
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram, girl, 1956/07/20: 6
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alexander, girl, 1957/08/30: 3
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur, boy, 1961/01/20: 6, 1962/04/20: 7
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. James H., Sr., girl, 1966/01/28: 6, 1967/05/05: 8
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. James Henry, boy, 1963/01/25: 7
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
        boy, 1945/08/17: 6
        girl, 1947/03/14: 6, 1949/03/04 Supp: 2
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, boy, 1969/11/14: 3
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Jr., boy, 1958/09/05: 6, 1960/08/19: 6, 1962/03/16: 6
      Boyd, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Jr., boy (Jo's Jottings), 1962/01/05 Supp: 4
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. William, boy, 1941/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue)
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. William, Jr., girl, 1963/06/07: 6
      Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. William Edward, Sr.
        boy, 1961/12/15: 6, 1963/03/29: 6
        girl, 1960/07/01: 6, 1964/03/06: 6
      Boykin, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Edgar, girl, 1966/05/13: 6
      Boykins, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah C., girl, 1959/02/27: 3
      Boykins, Mr. and Mrs. Sam, girl, 1967/02/17: 9
      Bozier, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Henry, girl, 1969/09/05: 6
      Bracken, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon, girl, 1966/12/23: 6
      Brackens, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon, girl, 1966/10/28: 10 (filmed in 11/04 issue)
      Bradberry, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson R., girl, 1962/08/17: 6
      Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hamilton, Jr., girl, 1969/09/12: 6
      Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Booker T., boy, 1960/01/22: 6
      Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. J. D., Jr., girl, 1964/10/09: 3
      Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Shade, girl, 1949/06/10 Supp: 2
      Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O'Neal, Sr.
        boy, 1955/01/14: 6, 1960/09/30: 6, 1961/09/01: 7
        twins, 1955/12/16: 4
      Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Minter
        boy, 1967/06/30: 9, 1970/04/24: 7
        girl, 1966/04/29: 6
      Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, Jr.
        boy, 1962/02/02: 6
        girl, 1959/08/28: 3
      Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aaron, Sr., boy, 1955/03/11: 6
      Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E., girl, 1970/01/30: 7
      Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jerome
        boy, 1960/03/11: 6
        girl, 1958/05/09: 6, 1961/09/01: 7
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
        boy, 1958/01/10: 6, 1964/01/24: 6
        girl, 1959/08/07: 6, 1961/11/03 Supp: 4
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward, girl, 1955/07/29 Supp: 2, 1956/11/16: 4
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
        boy, 1961/03/17: 6
        girl, 1959/10/23: 6
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
        boy, 1960/08/26 Supp: 2, 1965/01/08: 6
        girl, 1959/08/14: 6
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L., girl, 1959/08/14: 6
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Milton O., girl, 1955/09/02: 6, 1956/08/24: 6
      Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus Cole, girl, 1950/05/05: 6
      Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo C., boy, 1956/12/21: 6
      Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Berthrand, girl, 1962/11/02 Supp: 3
      Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bertrand, boy, 1940/09/13: 7
      Brady, Mr. and Mrs. John Louis, girl, 1944/11/24: 6
      Braford, Mr. and Mrs. Slade, boy, 1950/12/29: 7
      Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Clemmie, girl, 1959/11/13: 6
      Braggs, Mr. and Mrs. Clemmie, Jr., boy, 1970/03/06: 7
      Brame, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene, boy, 1958/05/30: 6
      Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clifton
        boy, 1944/10/27: 6
        girl, 1943/03/26: 7
          Alamo City Briefs, 1943/03/19: 7
      Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Lenoris
        boy, 1959/04/10: 6
        girl, 1957/10/04: 6, 1963/08/09: 3
      Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, girl, 1950/05/19: 2
      Branche, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. R., boy, 1969/08/08: 6
      Brandley, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ray, boy, 1967/11/24: 9
      Branford, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Morris, girl, 1966/07/15: 6
      Brannon, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W., Jr., girl, 1963/10/25: 6
      Brasfield, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron, Jr., girl, 1966/12/23: 6, 1968/03/22: 9
      Brasfield, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney E., boy, 1966/01/14: 6
      Brasil, Mr. and Mrs. Francis J., boy, 1959/01/30: 6
      Bratcher, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
        boy, 1959/01/23: 6
        girl, 1956/11/16: 4
      Bratcher, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn, girl, 1942/01/09: 7
      Brawley, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley
        boy, 1958/03/28: 3
        girl, 1960/12/09 Supp: 3
      Braxton, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald, girl, 1968/12/20: 4
      Brazell, Mr. and Mrs. D. L., girl, 1954/01/08: 6
      Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Arnicia
        boy, 1950/04/21: 6
        girl, 1959/11/13: 6, 1962/02/16: 7
      Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, boy, 1968/09/20: 9
      Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Charles David
        boy, 1959/03/27: 7
        girl, 1959/04/03: 7
      Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Joseph)
        boy, 1954/09/10: 6
        girl, 1952/05/09: 7, 1961/06/16: 6
      Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
        boy, 1953/03/20: 2
        girl, 1951/11/09: 2
      Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus, girl, 1955/03/25 Supp: 2
      Breck, Joe, Jr., boy, 1963/08/30: 4
      Bremby, Mr. and Mrs. J. S., girl, 1966/09/30: 9
      Bremby, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alvin, boy, 1967/09/15: 9
      Bremby, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B., boy, 1967/08/25: 9
      Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1952/12/19: 3
      Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, boy, 1961/01/20: 6
      Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. R. Monroe, girl, 1946/11/08: 6
      Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. S. L., boy, 1952/04/11: 7
      Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Sevand, girl, 1967/12/22: 9
      Brewington, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, boy, 1954/09/10: 6
      Brice, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
        boy, 1965/08/13: 6
        girl, 1968/06/14: 7
      Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Amos, twins, boy and girl, 1941/01/31: 7
      Bridgeford, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge, boy, 1968/08/02: 9
      Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bernard
        boy, 1953/10/16: 6
        girl, 1946/11/22: 2, 1949/10/14: 6
      Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. James Charles, boy, 1969/09/19: 7
      Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Larry C., boy, 1966/01/28: 6
      Briers, Mr. and Mrs. James, boy, 1968/05/17: 7
      Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. William James, boy, 1956/09/28: 3
      Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. William T., girl, 1968/09/06: 7
      Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. William Tom
        boy, 1958/02/28: 6, 1960/04/22: 6, 1964/07/10: 6
        girl, 1961/09/01: 7
      Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harold, boy, 1953/10/16: 6, 1957/05/17: 3
      Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Jerry), girl (Jo's Jottings), 1946/11/15 Supp: 3, 1954/02/19 Supp: 4
      Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Arnette, boy, 1948/04/16 Supp: 4
      Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Jr., boy, 1957/05/31: 6, 1959/08/21: 6
      Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Webster, girl, 1964/06/05: 7, 1969/10/17: 7
      Brinson, Sgt. and Mrs. James, boy, 1969/12/19: 7
      Brinson, Mr. and Mrs. James W.
        boy, 1968/11/15: 6
        girl, 1967/12/22: 9
      Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Emanuel, Sr., girl, 1951/09/14: 4
      Broadnax, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah
        boy, 1956/08/10: 6
        girl, 1958/12/26: 6, 1965/09/03: 6
      Broadnax, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W., boy, 1969/04/25: 8
      Broadnax, Mr. and Mrs. James
        boy, 1946/10/25: 6
        girl, 1941/01/24: 7, 1943/01/15: 7
      Broadnax, Mr. and Mrs. John T., girl, 1945/09/28: 6
      Broadnax, Mr. and Mrs. Lesse, girl, 1954/04/30: 2
      Broadus, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, boy, 1958/07/04: 6
      Broadway, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee, boy, 1965/10/01: 7
      Broady, Mr. and Mrs. Milton D., Jr., girl, 1961/10/20: 6
      Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Jr.
        boy, 1959/05/22: 6
        girl, 1961/01/20: 6
      Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes, boy, 1958/02/14: 6
      Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Edward, girl, 1948/01/23 Supp: 4, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
      Brocks, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, boy, 1942/08/21: 7
      Brogdon, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lawrence, Jr., boy, 1958/12/19: 3
      Brooke, Mr. and Mrs. Howard L., girl, 1960/08/05 Supp: 3
      Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Veneze, boy, 1946/02/22: 4
      Brookins, Mr. and Mrs. James G., girl, 1967/02/03: 6
      Brookins, Mr. and Mrs. James L., Sr., girl, 1962/01/05: 6
      Brookins, Mr. and Mrs. John Louis, boy, 1962/09/07: 3, 1966/04/29: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Agusta Hobson, boy, 1961/07/28: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Artis, boy, 1970/02/27: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Brady
        boy, 1945/02/02: 6, 1946/11/01: 6, 1949/06/17: 2
        girl, 1943/02/26: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Calvis, boy, 1959/12/11: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, girl, 1968/12/27: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Essex C., boy, 1955/06/03 Supp: 2
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. George
        boy, 1961/08/11: 6, 1963/03/22: 6, 1967/09/22: 9
        girl, 1964/07/17: 6, 1965/11/26 Supp: 3
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Howard L., girl, 1958/04/25: 6, 1961/07/28: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
        boy, 1949/12/16 Supp: 2, 1951/03/09: 4
        girl, 1954/06/04: 4
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. James Charles, Jr.
        boy, 1951/03/23: 7, 1955/04/15 Supp: 3, 1959/10/30: 6, 1962/04/20: 7
        girl, 1958/11/28: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. John Paul, girl, 1951/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue)
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Franks, Sr., boy, 1955/03/25 Supp: 2
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Larry, girl, 1964/05/15: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Laruis, girl, 1967/07/14: 9
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, Jr., boy, 1969/03/07: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Michael W., boy, 1966/11/25: 9
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, III, boy, 1965/10/29: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Sr., boy, 1967/10/20: 9
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eugene
        boy, 1965/12/10: 7
        girl, 1967/03/24: 9
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Otis J., boy, 1967/12/22: 9
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Franklin, girl, 1969/09/12: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Percy (Clay)
        boy, 1941/11/14: 7, 1947/03/21: 6
        girl (Jo's Jottings), 1939/01/13: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy A., boy, 1942/09/25: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ray, boy, 1960/08/12: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ray E., boy, 1961/11/03 Supp: 4
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1969/01/17: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl, girl, 1964/08/21: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eugene, girl, 1957/07/12: 6, 1962/03/16: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N., boy, 1968/06/28: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nathaniel, Jr., 1968/06/14: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Victor, girl, 1941/12/05: 7
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Victor[?] James, boy, 1949/08/05 Supp: 2
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace J., girl, 1968/07/05: 8
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ware
        boy (Grenet St.), 1943/07/23: 7
        girl (Gibbs St.), 1942/01/16: 7
        girl (Hampton St.), 1958/08/01: 6, 1959/08/21: 6, 1961/08/04 Supp: 3, 1962/12/28: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. William A., Jr., boy, 1967/06/02: 9
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. William Stanford
        boy, 1945/02/16: 6
        girl, 1942/01/16: 7, 1943/07/09: 7, 1956/07/20: 6
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. William T., boy, 1962/03/02: 3
      Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Houston, boy, 1949/04/01: 7
      Broome, Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Antonio, Jr., girl, 1963/12/27: 5, 1969/08/29: 9
      Broomfield, Mr. and Mrs. Millard, girl, 1950/05/19: 2
      Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. George, girl, 1964/11/27: 4
      Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. George L., Jr., boy, 1970/01/16: 6
      Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edward, girl, 1965/07/16: 6
      Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ray, boy, 1961/02/17: 6
      Brotherton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James, girl, 1959/01/16: 6
      Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Alex J., girl, 1969/11/21: 6
      Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, boy, 1948/06/11 Supp: 3
      Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, boy, 1970/05/08: 7
      Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney, girl, 1970/03/20: 7
      Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney T., boy, 1967/10/20: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron B. T.
        boy, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3, 1956/08/17: 6
        girl, 1958/04/04: 6, 1961/02/17: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham, girl, 1960/12/02: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo, Jr.
        boy, 1951/07/27: 7
        girl, 1959/01/02: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin, boy, 1967/12/22: 9, 1968/12/06: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin T., boy, 1966/02/11: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Aristide, boy, 1969/08/29: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Brady
        boy, 1942/04/17: 7
        girl, 1946/02/22: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, boy, 1970/02/06: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee
        boy, 1965/10/15: 6, 1967/01/27: 9, 1970/04/10: 7
        girl, 1949/12/23: 7, 1968/01/19: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Barney, Jr., boy, 1965/05/28: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bill, boy, 1961/06/16: 6, Box 80A}
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Brakie, boy, 1941/04/25: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Burghardt DuBois, girl, 1946/09/13: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, boy, 1960/05/20: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Charley, Charlie)
        boy, 1952/08/29: 6, 1953/08/14 Supp: 4, 1954/07/23: 6, 1959/12/25: 6
        girl, 1955/08/05: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
        boy, 1967/12/29: 9
        girl, 1958/12/12: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alexander, boy, 1959/11/20: 6, 1960/12/09 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E., boy, 1968/03/22: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everett, Sr., boy, 1969/10/03: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, boy, 1966/05/13: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quinton, boy, 1962/10/12 Supp: 4, 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie T., boy, 1963/06/14: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Chester, boy, 1969/02/07: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, girl, 1955/01/14: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cole, boy, 1959/03/20: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lee, Sr., boy, 1966/04/29: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, girl, 1962/01/26: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillip, Jr.
        boy, 1959/07/10: 6
        girl, 1958/01/17: 6, 1960/12/30 Supp: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Dubois Burghardt, boy, 1941/05/16: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ward, boy, 1951/08/24: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
        boy, 1966/12/30: 8
        girl, 1954/08/20: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Edward E., boy, 1968/01/05: 10 (filmed in 01/12 issue)
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah, girl, 1946/04/05: 5
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Erakie, boy, 1941/04/25: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Erkin, boy, 1967/09/29: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, boy, 1964/08/28: 7, 1967/06/23: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E.
        boy, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1960/01/29: 6
        girl, 1955/07/01: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee
        boy, 1969/09/26: 7
        girl, 1965/12/24: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ertie, girl, 1942/09/25: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
        boy, 1969/08/29: 9
        girl (Alamo City Briefs), 1941/11/14: 7
        girl, 1964/01/03: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene, Jr., girl, 1969/10/10: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee, boy, 1953/01/02: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Folander, Jr., girl, 1966/12/30: 8
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Augestin, girl, 1952/02/15: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ("G" St.)
        boy, 1960/12/30: 6, 1963/02/22: 6
        girl, 1961/12/29: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arthur
        boy, 1962/06/01: 2, 1963/03/15: 7, 1964/01/17: 7, 1965/12/17: 7
        girl, 1961/04/21: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Jr., boy, 1959/07/24: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Frank James
        boy, 1965/04/16: 6
        girl, 1965/04/16: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie, girl, 1962/11/09: 2, 1965/01/15: 6, 1968/01/26: 8
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie, Sr., boy, 1965/01/08: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
        boy, 1942/08/28: 7
        girl, 1941/07/04: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Gauvin, girl, 1949/10/21 Supp: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George, boy, 1966/10/14: 10 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George, Jr., girl, 1969/05/02: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George Whittle, girl, 1958/05/30: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George William, boy, 1949/04/29: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, girl, 1941/12/19: 7, 1957/01/04: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, boy, 1960/11/25 Supp: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D., girl, 1970/01/23: 7, TX}
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
        boy, 1945/10/19: 6, 1947/08/01: 2
        girl, 1942/06/05: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, girl, 1943/04/09: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wayne, boy (Alamo City Briefs), 1940/09/27: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, twin boys, 1942/10/23: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Albert St.), twins, boy and girl, 1966/12/09: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Dartmouth St.), boy, 1945/08/17: 6, 1955/06/24: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Micklejohn St.)
        boy, 1961/09/22 Supp: 4
        girl, 1960/01/01: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Poplar St.), girl, 1956/08/03: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (S. Walters St.)
        boy, 1963/11/01: 6
        girl, 1961/02/17: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl, boy, 1967/01/27: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Milton
        boy, 1953/08/14 Supp: 4
        girl, 1950/08/25: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor, girl, 1955/01/07: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, girl, 1956/02/24: 6, 1969/01/10: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard C., girl, 1966/10/28: 10 (filmed in 11/04 issue)
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Charles, girl, 1957/11/08: 4, 1960/09/16 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Floyd, 1948/01/09: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert, girl, 1950/02/10: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ireland, girl, 1956/11/16: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. V., boy, 1946/04/05: 5
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1955/03/25 Supp: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James E., girl, 1967/11/24: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James E., Sr., boy, 1968/06/14: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James H.
        boy, 1958/09/26: 6, 1962/04/13: 6
        girl, 1956/10/05: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James Henry
        boy, 1953/03/20: 2
        girl, 1961/07/21: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James W., girl, 1966/09/23: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, girl, 1964/09/11: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, Jr., boy, 1967/12/15: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie, boy, 1954/06/04: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie B., girl, 1948/05/28 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie R., girl, 1947/05/16: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jim S., boy, 1970/01/23: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie, girl, 1966/09/23: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Ray, boy, 1969/10/03: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee, boy, 1952/04/04: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Louis, boy, 1964/04/17: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John, girl, 1942/08/21: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John, Jr., boy, 1968/03/29: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Albert, Sr.
        boy, 1946/02/15: 6
        girl (Alamo City Briefs), 1941/11/14: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John D., girl, 1954/11/26: 7, 1956/08/03: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John L., girl, 1969/09/26: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard, boy (Alamo City Briefs), 1940/07/12: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny A., girl, 1968/03/15: 6, 1969/02/07: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alfred, boy, 1960/09/16 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Thomas
        boy, 1940/10/11: 7
        girl, 1942/12/11: 7, 1942/12/18: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. L. V.
        boy, 1958/04/11: 6
        girl, 1965/05/21: 7, 1966/07/15: 6
        twin girls, 1956/08/31: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S., II, girl, 1956/02/24: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Edward, girl, 1948/04/09 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lemon, boy, 1950/09/29: 6, 1952/01/18: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
        boy, 1967/03/10: 6
        girl, 1960/03/11: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo, Jr., girl, 1952/10/10: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo B.
        boy, 1959/01/02: 6
        girl, 1955/12/09: 4, 1958/01/17: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bernard, Sr.
        boy, 1962/11/09: 2
        girl, 1961/08/25: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo J., Jr., girl, 1949/03/11 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Louis, Jr., boy, 1951/07/27: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey, Jr., girl, 1961/08/18: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, boy, 1953/03/20: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henry, Jr., boy, 1954/06/04: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oliver, boy, 1940/08/23: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas K., boy, 1969/07/18: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Marion, girl, 1957/10/11: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. McCoy
        boy, 1956/03/16: 6
        girl, 1962/09/07: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
        boy, 1966/05/06: 7
        girl, 1967/03/17: 9
          Note: incorrectly listed as boy, 1967/03/24: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wesley, boy, 1956/02/24: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Moses, girl, 1944/12/29: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ernest, girl, 1965/07/16: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, girl, 1964/04/03: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lee
        boy, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue)
        girl, 1955/01/28 Supp: 4, 1957/01/11: 6, 1959/08/07: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Norman, boy, 1953/09/11: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver L., Sr., boy, 1941/12/19: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, Jr., boy, 1968/10/25: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. R. [first name illegible] Willard, girl, 1955/08/05: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ramie Judson, girl, 1960/10/07: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ray, girl, 1951/09/28: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ray B., boy, 1967/08/11: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
        boy, 1941/08/15: 7
        girl, 1967/12/15: 4
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elisha, boy, 1941/08/15: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ervin
        boy, 1948/09/10: 2
        girl, 1949/11/18 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, girl, 1960/11/11 Supp: 2, 1961/08/04 Supp: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vernon
        boy, 1950/05/19: 2
        girl, 1951/11/30: 7, 1954/08/06: 2, 1959/05/15: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Rochell, Jr., boy, 1970/05/15: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K., boy, 1969/11/14: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W., girl, 1960/09/02: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willard, boy, 1956/04/20: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. S. L., girl, 1954/08/06: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Lee, Jr., boy, 1965/08/13: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, boy, 1949/12/16 Supp: 2, 1952/01/04: 6, 1963/12/13: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H., boy, 1969/11/21: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Henry, Sr.
        boy, 1965/12/31 Supp: 4, 1966/12/09: 9
        girl, 1964/12/04: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon E.
        boy, 1969/11/28: 6
        girl, 1947/04/11 Supp: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Eugene
        boy, 1959/08/28: 3
        girl, 1962/01/12: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., boy, 1964/01/03: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Jr., boy, 1962/08/31: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, Jr., boy, 1968/03/22: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F., girl, 1961/09/08: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Tom L.
        boy, 1961/12/01: 6
        girl, 1961/01/13: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Willis
        boy, 1948/01/09: 7
        girl, 1949/09/16: 6, 1952/12/19: 3
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Vernice, boy, 1941/02/14: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Vernice Earl, boy, 1963/11/22: 3, 1966/02/11: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
        boy, 1967/12/22: 9
        girl, 1949/09/16: 6, 1964/12/25: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Walter O., boy, 1944/01/28: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Lee, boy, 1967/09/22: 9
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William, boy, 1961/01/06: 6, 1969/11/07: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Daniel, boy, 1961/01/06: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Francis, girl, 1949/09/30: 4, 1954/06/04: 4, 1959/02/13: 6, 1963/04/12: 6, 1966/04/29: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph, girl, 1949/09/02 Supp: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William K., boy, 1947/08/01: 2, 1949/02/04 Supp: 2, 1950/03/10: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe, girl, 1955/03/11: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, boy, 1959/01/09: 6, 1963/03/15: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, Jr., girl, 1955/03/25 Supp: 2
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dean, girl, 1961/03/31: 6, 1962/08/31: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie E., girl, 1941/12/19: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Eldred, Jr., boy, 1963/06/21: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie M., girl, 1966/01/28: 6
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Willie O., girl, 1969/09/26: 7
      Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred (Windred, Winfrey) Lee, Jr.
        boy, 1957/10/11: 6
        girl, 1958/11/28: 6, 1960/01/29: 6, 1963/01/11: 7
      Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Earl
        boy, 1959/04/10: 6
        girl, 1967/08/18: 9
      Brownlow, Mr. and Mrs. Ocell, boy, 1970/01/16: 6
      Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W., boy, 1956/05/11: 4
      Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Martillaro
        boy, 1963/10/11: 3, 1964/09/04: 4
        girl, 1960/05/20: 4, 1961/10/06: 2, 1962/09/14 Supp: 3
      Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver V., Jr., boy, 1967/05/05: 8, 1969/03/14: 9
      Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E., Jr., boy, 1968/07/26: 7
      Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edard, boy, 1945/01/19: 6
      Bruins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, boy, 1953/03/20: 2
      Brumfield, Mr. and Mrs. Lenzie Leroy, girl, 1956/12/07: 3
      Brumfield, Mr. and Mrs. Orby, girl, 1970/02/20: 6
      Brundidge, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Milton, boy, 1965/05/28: 6
      Brune, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, boy, 1961/08/11: 6
      Bruno, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
        boy, 1956/06/08: 6, 1966/08/26: 6
        girl, 1955/02/25: 6
      Bruno, Mr. and Mrs. Pete W., boy, 1952/12/19: 3, 1954/11/26: 7, 1958/09/26: 6
      Brunson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, boy, 1964/05/15: 6
      Bruton, Mr. and Mrs. L. C., girl, 1955/07/01: 4, 1956/12/07: 3
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe, girl, 1970/01/09: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, boy, 1967/09/15: 9
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
        boy, 1959/06/19: 2, 1962/04/27: 7
        girl, 1961/03/03: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
        boy, 1941/04/04: 7
        girl, 1943/06/18: 7
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie, Jr., girl, 1969/07/11: 8
      Bryant, Dr. and Mrs. Frank, Jr., girl, 1957/03/22: 6, 1962/07/20 Supp: 3, 1968/03/01: 7, 1969/05/23: 8
        Jo's Jottings, 1957/03/15: 6, 1968/02/23: 8, 1969/05/23: 8
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawson, girl, 1956/08/10: 6, 1958/05/30: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Jack O., girl, 1963/01/11: 7
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry, Jr., 1947/01/10: 6
        boy, 1949/10/21 Supp: 4
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. John W., boy, 1966/10/07: 10 (filmed in 10/14 issue)
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Louis D., girl, 1968/07/26: 7
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alfred
        boy, 1960/09/16 Supp: 3, 1963/03/15: 7, 1969/10/24: 6
        girl, 1955/12/16: 4, 1958/06/06: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James, boy, 1954/04/30: 2
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J., boy, 1967/01/20: 9, 1968/10/18: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. William Hill, Jr., girl, 1955/05/27: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. William Russell, girl, 1950/05/05: 6
      Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee, boy, 1964/01/17: 7
      Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Irvin, boy, 1956/09/14: 6
      Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie James, girl, 1959/04/24: 6, 1961/02/03: 6, 1964/09/18: 3
      Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus, girl, 1945/08/24: 6
      Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice W., girl, 1969/07/18: 6
      Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1962/08/03 Supp: 3
      Buckman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard A., Sr., boy, 1969/04/18: 7
      Buffin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, girl, 1955/11/04: 6
      Buffington, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe, girl, 1963/12/27: 5
      Bufford, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H., Jr., boy, 1970/03/20: 7
      Buhl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, boy, 1965/10/01: 7
      Buhl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee, boy, 1959/08/28: 3
      Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. Bural Hill, girl, 1965/11/12: 6
      Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. Earl James
        boy, 1951/03/02: 2
        girl, 1957/09/13: 6
      Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E., boy, 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
      Bumbrey, Mr. and Mrs. Claud D., girl, 1946/08/30: 6
      Bumphus, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe, girl (Jo's Jottings), 1949/10/07 Supp: 1
      Bumpson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph, girl, 1958/11/07: 7
      Burford, Mr. and Mrs. James E., girl, 1946/08/30: 6
      Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. David
        boy, 1950/09/01: 5, 1961/09/15: 6
        girl, 1952/10/24: 6, 1955/09/16 Supp: 2
      Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leroy, twin girls, 1948/07/23 Supp: 3
        Comings, Goings and Doings, 1948/07/30 Supp: 3
      Burgett, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Joseph, girl, 1958/09/12: 7, 1960/09/30: 6, 1963/03/01: 6
      Burk, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, girl, 1952/03/14: 6
      Burke, Mr. and Mrs. George A., boy, 1961/11/24: 6
      Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Milton
        boy, 1953/08/14 Supp: 4, 1962/12/07: 6
        girl, 1958/01/10: 6, 1960/07/01: 6
      Burke, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillip, girl, 1955/06/24: 7
      Burkett, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lawrence, boy, 1957/05/31: 6
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. David, girl, 1958/10/17: 6, 1961/06/16: 6
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. George L., boy, 1967/03/17: 9
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
        boy, 1951/08/24: 6
        girl, 1953/01/02: 6
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. J. B., girl, 1967/09/15: 9
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Jay E., boy, 1969/10/31: 7
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, girl, 1955/03/04: 6
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dr., III, boy, 1970/02/20: 6
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, boy, 1959/11/20: 6
      Burks, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E., boy, 1968/08/02: 9
      Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl, girl, 1962/12/07: 6
      Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee, girl, 1960/11/25 Supp: 4
      Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, girl, 1967/12/29: 9
      Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman M., girl, 1963/06/14: 6
      Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E., girl, 1958/10/24: 4
      Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edward, boy, 1961/01/20: 6, 1964/07/24: 6
      Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
        boy, 1958/03/14: 6
        girl, 1949/08/12 Supp: 3, 1959/02/27: 3, 1961/10/20: 6
      Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. William Louis
        boy, 1956/07/27: 6
        girl, 1959/08/21: 6
      Burley, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willie, boy, 1950/05/05: 6
      Burne, Mr. and Mrs. Pat, boy, 1948/07/02 Supp: 4
      Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee, 1965/04/30: 6
        boy, 1970/01/16: 6
        boy, 1963/10/11: 3
      Burnette, Mr. and Mrs. James Charles, boy, 1948/06/04 Supp: 2
      Burnette, Mr. and Mrs. James Charles, Jr.
        boy, 1968/01/19: 7
        girl, 1969/01/31: 7
      Burnim, Mr. and Mrs. Cleavel
        boy, 1952/05/23: 6
        girl, 1964/09/04: 4
      Burnley, Mr. and Mrs. Olester
        boy, 1950/02/24: 6
        girl, 1949/02/11 Supp: 2
      Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, Jr., girl, 1960/04/15: 7, 1963/11/22: 3
      Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Harry V.
        boy, 1949/11/18 Supp: 3
        girl, 1948/06/04 Supp: 2
      Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Pete, girl, 1943/06/18: 7
      Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
        boy, 1961/08/04 Supp: 3
        girl, 1960/01/08: 6
      Burpo, Mr. and Mrs. Ben, boy, 1967/09/15: 9
      Burrage, Mr. and Mrs. Lue Verge, boy, 1967/10/20: 9
      Burrel, Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards, boy, 1963/08/09: 3
      Burrell, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L., girl, 1967/06/16: 9
      Burrell, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1962/04/27: 7
      Burroughs, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Frank
        boy, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
        girl, 1964/07/17: 6
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. M., girl, 1970/05/08: 7
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Burel Lissie, girl, 1952/10/24: 6
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Furman, boy, 1969/03/28: 8
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J., boy, 1966/10/14: 10 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry William, boy, 1956/04/20: 6
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, boy, 1953/09/25 Supp: 2
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, boy, 1967/02/24: 9
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray M., boy, 1966/01/21: 6
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt, girl, 1964/11/27: 4
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reuben, boy, 1952/05/16: 6
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Square Joe
        boy, 1952/06/27: 6
        girl, 1958/03/21: 6, 1959/08/21: 6
      Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Earl, girl, 1970/05/29: 6
      Busby, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, girl, 1949/07/15: 6
      Busby, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin, girl, 1949/07/22 Supp: 2
      Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah, Jr., boy, 1965/07/16: 6
      Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, boy, 1945/11/16: 6
      Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Jim, girl, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3
      Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt, girl, 1962/01/12: 6
      Bussey, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lee, girl, 1965/10/01: 7
      Butch, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, girl, 1944/08/04: 7
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, boy, 1959/10/23: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J., girl, 1968/08/30: 7
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert James
        boy, 1957/03/29: 2, 1965/08/20: 6
        girl, 1961/01/27: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, boy, 1966/06/24: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Brady M., boy, 1968/04/26: 8, 1969/06/20: 9
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Darnell, girl, 1946/02/01: 4
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Delania, girl, 1962/12/14: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Douglass, boy, 1946/12/20: 7
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence
        boy, 1958/07/11: 6, 1961/08/11: 6
        girl, 1955/09/02: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy, boy, 1961/11/24: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, girl, 1959/11/13: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Hays
        boy, 1959/03/13: 6, 1959/12/25: 6
        girl, 1957/01/11: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E., boy, 1962/03/09: 6, 1970/05/29: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. I., girl, 1963/03/01: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Ike, Sr., boy, 1967/04/28: 9
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. James Dan, boy, 1958/11/21: 3
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. James Wesley, girl, 1952/05/09: 7
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Julius, girl, 1957/10/11: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Mays, Jr., twins, boy and girl, 1969/11/28: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, boy, 1956/09/07: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Smithers
        boy, 1945/03/16: 6
        girl, 1951/11/30: 7
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer
        boy, 1945/12/21: 6
        girl, 1955/08/05: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H., boy, 1941/08/08: 7
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. William, boy (Jo's Jottings), 1941/02/07: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. William, Jr., boy, 1960/05/13: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. William Henry, boy, 1945/05/18: 6
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, boy, 1956/05/18: 4
      Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee, twin girls, 1961/09/22 Supp: 4
      Buttler, Mr. and Mrs. Julius, boy, 1956/03/16: 6
      Byars, Mr. and Mrs. Horace G., Jr., boy, 1956/08/17: 6
      Byars, Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Lee, girl, 1966/11/04: 10 (filmed in 11/11 issue)
      Byas, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R., girl, 1968/09/20: 9
        Jo's Jottings, 1968/09/27: 8
      Bynoe, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton R., boy, 1964/07/24: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Al, boy, 1961/05/12: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Albert C., Sr., boy, 1969/03/28: 8
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cecil
        boy, 1943/06/18: 7, 1950/05/12: 6
        girl, 1941/09/05: 7, 1944/12/29: 6, 1948/06/18 Supp: 4, 1952/02/29: 6, 1956/03/09: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Winfred
        boy, 1951/09/14: 4, 1962/08/24 Supp: 3
        girl, 1946/08/30: 6, 1958/12/05: 7
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Elisha, girl, 1957/10/11: 6, 1961/07/21: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
        boy, 1963/12/27: 5
        girl, 1960/03/18: 3
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis A., boy, 1967/06/30: 9
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Aron, boy, 1961/11/03 Supp: 4
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, boy, 1960/01/22: 6, 1961/04/28: 8, 1964/11/27: 4, 1967/03/24: 9
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick N., boy, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. General, girl, 1941/09/19: 7
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Julius LaVoice, boy, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue), 1968/09/06: 7
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, boy, 1969/10/31: 7
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, Jr.
        boy, 1946/12/20: 7, 1952/04/04: 6, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2, 1957/05/03: 3, 1960/01/22: 6, 1961/09/29: 7, 1964/12/04: 7, 1966/02/25: 6, 1969/09/05: 6
        girl, 1956/02/24: 6, 1963/04/26: 6, 1966/10/21: 10
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, Sr., girl, 1967/12/15: 4
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon, Jr., boy, 1946/08/16: 6, 1961/12/08: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Oron, boy, 1945/09/21: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, girl, 1961/08/25: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean, boy, 1960/01/29: 6, 1963/03/22: 6
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Clifton, boy, 1951/03/02: 2, 1952/10/10: 3
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Ulisha, Sr.
        boy, 1959/01/30: 6, 1964/12/25: 6
        girl, 1960/03/18: 3
      Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Willie James, Sr.
        boy, 1969/10/03: 7
        girl, 1967/09/22: 9
      ByrdMr. and Mrs. William Ousely, boy, 1950/11/03: 7
      Cade, Mr. and Mrs. James P., boy, 1969/02/21: 7
      Cade, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, boy, 1945/05/18: 6
      Caffee, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel, boy, 1950/07/07: 6
      Caffee, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel, Jr., boy, 1970/04/24: 7
      Caffey, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Louis, boy, 1948/07/16 Supp: 3
      Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
        boy, 1960/03/18: 3
        girl, 1965/04/09: 6
      Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, girl, 1964/02/14: 7
      Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Obbie
        boy, 1959/05/01: 6
        girl, 1944/01/07: 71944/01/07: 7, 1945/03/23: 6, 1958/02/14: 6, 1963/03/15: 7
      Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Arlington G., girl, 1954/08/06: 2
      Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher James
        boy, 1948/04/02 Supp: 3, 1952/04/18: 6, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1960/05/20: 4, 1961/06/23: 6
        girl, 1950/12/15: 6, 1962/07/06 Supp: 2, 1965/10/15: 6
      Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, girl, 1948/04/16 Supp: 4
      Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Marcell, girl, 1960/05/06: 6
      Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, girl, 1965/10/01: 7, 1969/07/25: 8
      Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Nero, girl, 1956/01/13: 6, 1958/05/02: 6
      Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J., boy, 1967/11/10: 9
      Callen, Mr. and Mrs. Otto, girl, 1947/02/28: 6
      Callier, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Julius, boy, 1955/09/23: 2, 1965/08/20: 6
      Callies, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richard
        boy, 1949/01/21: 2
        girl, 1951/11/09: 2
      Callies, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richard, Jr., boy, 1965/06/25: 6
      Callies, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A.
        boy, 1968/08/30: 7
        girl, 1960/11/04 Supp: 2
      Callis, Mr. and Mrs. Ertell (Eartell), boy, 1955/07/01: 4, 1960/04/22: 6, 1961/05/19: 6
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulysses, boy, 1962/01/26: 6
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. Dotrie, girl, 1944/05/26: 7
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt, girl, 1957/02/08: 6
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Wilbert, boy, 1965/10/01: 7
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. John L., boy, 1967/02/17: 9
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, girl, 1961/07/21: 6
      Calloway, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L., girl, 1947/08/01: 2
      Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. James Vergin, boy, 1952/04/18: 6
      Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. Nugent, boy, 1941/07/18: 7
      Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. T. J., girl, 1944/01/14: 7
      Calvin, Mr. and Mrs. Dee
        boy, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3
        girl, 1945/07/27: 6, 1947/01/24: 6, 1949/10/07: 6, 1952/04/04: 6, 1953/09/11: 6
      Camacho, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar, girl (Jo's Jottings), 1965/10/15 Supp: 2
      Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Bethune Walk)
        boy, 1961/05/19: 6
        girl, 1958/05/09: 6
      Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Gabriel St.), boy, 1964/02/07: 6
      Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Hudson St.), boy, 1961/11/17: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Alex, girl, 1952/01/04: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee, boy, 1955/09/23: 2
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, boy, 1969/04/25: 8, 1970/03/20: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arthur, girl, 1961/09/29: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arthur, Jr., twin boy and girl, 1959/12/25: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Claude E., girl, 1962/07/20 Supp: 3
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, girl, 1943/03/19: 7, 1943/07/30: 7, 1948/02/06 Supp: 4
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H., girl, 1955/04/08 Supp: 3, 1958/01/10: 6, 1961/03/03: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Elisha
        boy, 1940/07/26: 7, 1951/04/27: 6
        girl, 1955/01/28 Supp: 4, 1956/01/13: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
        boy, 1966/10/21: 10 (filmed in 10/28 issue)
        girl, 1968/01/26: 8
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Emzie, boy, 1960/11/11 Supp: 2
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
        boy, 1955/09/09 Supp: 3
        girl, 1958/05/30: 6, 1964/01/17: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
        boy, 1959/07/17: 3
        girl, 1957/08/23: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. George
        boy, 1956/08/03: 6, 1959/07/24: 6, 1960/10/28: 6, 1961/11/17: 6
        girl, 1950/09/29: 6, 1963/07/19: 6, 1966/02/18: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J., boy, 1946/08/02: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. N., girl, 1944/01/28: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James, girl, 1965/09/17: 3, 1969/07/18: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James Clayton
        boy, 1946/07/26: 6, 1950/01/06: 6
        girl, 1958/12/12: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas, boy, 1955/06/03 Supp: 2
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James E., boy, 1967/07/21: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James Jasper, boy, 1946/01/25: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, girl, 1969/01/17: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Linzie, boy, 1957/11/29: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. John, girl, 1955/12/16: 4
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. John Willie, boy, 1952/01/18: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, boy, 1962/07/13: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henry
        boy, 1958/10/10: 6
        girl, 1956/12/14: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roosevelt, boy, 1963/04/26: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Leavy, Jr., boy, 1963/02/08: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, Jr.
        boy, 1956/12/14: 6, 1960/09/09: 6
        girl, 1950/12/29: 7, 1958/02/28: 6, 1962/10/26: 4
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, Sr., girl, 1968/09/13: 4
      Campbell, Sgt. and Mrs. Louis E., boy, 1969/12/19: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C., boy, 1948/01/09: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L., boy, 1970/02/20: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lawrence R., boy, 1965/08/13: 6
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
        boy, 1964/01/17: 7
        girl, 1963/01/11: 7
      Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt, boy, 1961/12/15: 6
      Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
        boy, 1960/11/25 Supp: 4
        girl, 1965/03/19: 6
      Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
        boy, 1960/07/15 Supp: 3
        girl, 1959/06/26: 6
      Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore, boy, 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue), 1963/04/05: 3
      Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah G., girl, 1969/08/29: 9
      Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Joe, girl, 1969/12/26: 6
      Canady, Mr. and Mrs. John, boy, 1964/06/05: 7
      Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Major, boy, 1948/02/20 Supp: 4, 1949/06/03 Supp: 2
      Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Obra C., boy, 1949/01/07: 6, 1956/07/27: 6
      Canady, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, girl, 1959/04/10: 6
      Cannady, Mr. and Mrs. Dandy
        boy, 1965/04/09: 6, 1967/05/26: 9, 1970/01/09: 6
        girl, 1961/12/08: 6
      Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee, girl, 1970/01/30: 7
      Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C., girl, 1941/11/28: 7
      Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Donnell
        boy, 1960/05/20: 4, 1963/05/10: 6
        girl, 1959/05/22: 6
      Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, boy, 1967/01/20: 9
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Alex, Jr., girl, 1946/03/08: 4
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Allen, boy, 1960/05/27: 3
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wilbert
        boy, 1968/12/20: 11
        girl, 1965/12/17: 7, 1967/04/21: 9
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew, 1965/11/26 Supp: 4
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R., boy, 1969/07/18: 6
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W.
        boy, 1945/04/27: 6, 1947/03/14: 6
        girl, 1943/07/30: 7
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Moses G., boy, 1968/08/30: 7
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ignacio, girl, 1946/11/15: 2, 1949/10/07: 6, 1950/11/17: 7
      Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, twin girls, 1946/02/22: 4
      Canty, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allison, girl, 1959/12/25: 6
      Caples, Mr. and Mrs. David, girl, 1963/12/13: 6, 1966/10/28: 10 (filmed in 11/04 issue), 1969/01/17: 6
      Caradine, Mr. and Mrs. Morris, Jr., boy, 1967/12/15: 4
      Caraway, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie, girl, 1949/10/14: 6
      Cardoza, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie, girl, 1962/01/05: 6
      Carethers, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A., girl, 1969/01/03: 7
      Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, boy (Jo's Jottings), 1948/01/02 Supp: 3
      Carlock, Mr. and Mrs. James Harold, boy, 1948/04/02 Supp: 3
      Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
        boy, 1958/01/31: 6
        girl, 1960/12/16 Supp: 2
      Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. Jack T., son, 1961/12/22 Supp: 2
      Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
        boy, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2
        girl, 1953/10/16: 6
      Carney, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walter, girl, 1962/11/02 Supp: 3
      Carothers, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel, boy, 1952/10/10: 3
      Carothers, Mr. and Mrs. Val C., girl, 1969/08/22: 9
      Caroway, Mr. and Mrs. Stagy, Jr., boy, 1958/02/28: 6
      Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lee, boy, 1947/04/11 Supp: 2, 1952/03/07: 6
      Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. David Harry
        boy, 1960/01/01: 6
        girl, 1955/07/29 Supp: 2, 1957/08/23: 6
      Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo, boy, 1946/11/22: 2
      Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny, girl, 1961/08/18: 6
      Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson
        boy, 1956/08/31: 6
        girl, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3
      Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Norman, girl, 1955/05/20: 6
      Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee, boy, 1964/02/28: 6
      Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy, girl, 1945/02/16: 6
      Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Willie, girl, 1945/12/07: 6
      Carrington, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas Nelson, boy, 1949/10/28 Supp: 4
      Carrington, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
        boy, 1963/01/04: 6
        girl, 1942/10/23: 7, 1946/07/19: 6
      Carrington, Mr. and Mrs. Richard W., boy, 1968/05/03: 7
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Coakey
        boy, 1953/09/11: 6, 1956/03/16: 6
        girl, 1957/07/26: 6
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Ray, Jr., girl, 1965/04/02: 6
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
        boy, 1948/07/02 Supp: 4
        girl, 1953/05/15: 6
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, girl, 1968/12/06: 4
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E., girl, 1966/12/09: 9
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie V., Jr., boy, 1969/12/26: 6
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Percy, girl, 1959/04/24: 6
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Percy T., girl, 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
      Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, boy (Jo's Jottings), 1945/11/02 Supp: 4
      Carruthers, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon James, 1945/03/23: 6
      Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Eugene
        boy, 1959/04/10: 6
        girl, 1960/07/15 Supp: 3
      Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
        boy, 1957/10/11: 6
        girl, 1940/09/06: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue)
      Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eugene, boy, 1943/07/16: 7, 1945/06/29: 6, 1952/05/09: 7
      Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
        boy, 1966/09/23: 9, 1970/01/30: 7
        girl, 1968/06/14: 7
      Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter James
        boy, 1962/06/08 Supp: 3
        girl, 1959/08/14: 6, 1961/01/20: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J., girl, 1941/05/09: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L., Sr., boy, 1954/04/30: 2
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, boy, 1967/08/25: 9
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N.
        boy, 1969/07/25: 8
        girl, 1955/03/18 Supp: 2
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Lee, boy, 1941/10/17: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray, boy, 1967/08/18: 9
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, boy, 1958/07/11: 6, 1960/10/07: 6, 1961/11/03: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Clearn, girl, 1961/05/12: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Cornel, boy, 1969/02/07: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan, boy, 1950/11/17: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
        boy, 1964/07/17: 6
        girl, 1949/08/05 Supp: 2, 1958/09/12: 7, 1960/10/28: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
        boy, 1948/07/23 Supp: 3
        girl, 1949/10/07: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M., girl, 1950/05/12: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L., girl, 1966/01/21: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin, boy, 1965/01/29: 3
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Grover C., Jr., 1966/04/01: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman, girl, 1956/04/13: 6, 1957/04/05: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Westly, girl, 1941/10/03: 7, 1943/03/19: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah, boy, 1962/03/16: 6, 1964/02/14: 7, 1968/03/01: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack M., boy, 1942/04/24: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. James M., girl, 1960/01/08: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie, girl, 1961/04/28: 8
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny, girl, 1967/09/22: 9
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny David, boy, 1948/03/05 Supp: 2
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Judge, boy, 1950/11/17: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Len, boy, 1968/08/30: 7
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, girl, 1961/02/24: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Charles, boy, 1962/10/05 Supp: 3, 1964/09/04: 4
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell William, boy, 1961/05/12: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Charles, girl, 1961/02/17: 6
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Manor, girl, 1946/04/05: 5
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley
        boy, 1950/04/21: 6
        girl, 1949/02/25 Supp: 2
      Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
        boy, 1967/06/16: 9