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WORLD OF gPORf All Eyes Are Turned Toward Riverside Park, Dallas New Base Ball and Amuse ment Plant Which Held an Auspicious Opening Thursday;- Looks Good. Thursday was a Rata day In Dallas for local fang, on thin day there were two great celebrations combined, namely: the opening of the nineteen twenty Ibase ball season and the grand opening of Riverside Park, Dallas' new Base Ball and amusement plant' a representation of Pallas Negro brain and skill. The big gates of the athletic field swung ajar at 3 o'clock at which time many persons were there seek ing admission. Opening of the park had been de ferred from April 2 to Thursday, May 4th and thus creating Interest by this time to fever heat. Grand Chancellor A. S. Willis of Grand Lodge Colored Knights of Py thias pitched the first ball and Dr. R. T. Hamilton donned the catcher's mitt and played the part of a re. ceiver. The first ball pitched by the distinguished visitor fell a little shy of a strike, but what was the use of differing everything goes in. a dry town. After pulling this stunt actual play between the Dallas Black Giants and Panthers commenced a box score of which will appear in next issue of this paper. The Park Is located on southslde of Miller avenue and can be reached bv riding Trinity Height (Ked) car. In the event of riding Sunset or Boun dary cars, get off at the skating rink and walk three blocks East to the park. "rAll- Ql'INN TKIMS WACO IILACK NAVIGATORS. Waco, Texas, May 4. Andorson's phcnominal pitching and hard and timely hitting by his supporting cast enabled Paul Qulnn to defeat the Waco Black Navigator's here today by the score of 10 to 2. The East Waco Black Navigator's here today by the score of 10 to 2. The East Waco gunr ner allowed the Colored Texas League representatives three widely scatter ed blows and put eleven of them down via the strlke.out route. Only in the fifth did he weaken, when a hit, two passes and a long sacrifice fly enabled the leaguers to count twice. "Bo" Kelley's homer in the fourth was the batting feature of the day, the drive clearing the right field wall and landing In a lot across Gar rison street. Samuel Huston College coma to Waco for a series with the local pas timers Friday and Saturday and coach Long is anxious to get even with the Austiners for the trouncing handed P. Q. C. In basket ball. Paul Qulnn's return to playing form as shown toy their victory over the Navigators has made the loyal Waco fans forget the defeats sustained at the hands of Prairie View and Wiley and one of the largest crowds of the season will be on nand to witness the game on Friday. . , ... The score of the Paul Qulnn Col lege Navigator game: . . run I uuinn AB R H PO A E Kelley, rf S S ? Y n I. h 3 2 2 1 1 0 Sheppard, ss 3 Sedberry, cf 3 Dykes, 3D o Sanders, If ..5 Hayes, lb . Fields, c . Anderson, p .. .6 ...3 1 11 . .3 0 0 34 10 11 26 10 V. i(rillni'R Miner, lb (Jongclter, cf 4 Williams, ss 2 irlilluv :ih 4 0 10 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Bud. .If ,....3 Clark, p ManninK. P Ginn, 2b Harris, rf Scott, c 2 0 6 0 3 24 9 3 Sr.nl t nut. baltiniz out of turn. Score by innings: Paul Qulnn 201 200 23 10 Waco Navigators 000 020 0002 Suiuiuur) i Two base hits: Dykes. Three base hits: Sanders. Home run: Kelley. Left on base: P. Q. C 9. Naviga- '"stolen bases; Maney 2, Sheppard, Fields, Connecter, Williams. Sacrifice hits: Maney, sheppard, Sed berry, Anderson, Williams, Harris. Struck out: by Anderson, If; by Clark. 2; by Manning . Base on balls: off Anderson, 3; off Clark 2; off Manning 2. I'mpire: Kirk. Time of game: 1:50. Attendance 300. TEXAS COLORED LEAGUE MKETIXG. The Texas Colored League ijj here by called to meet in the City of Dal las, Texas, Monday, May 8th 1922, nt 8 o'clock in the office of the President for the transaction of such business as mav legally come before the Lcaxuo. A. S. WELLP. President. OITl.OOK FOR TKXAS LEAfiUB IIIUGHT. With business men of Dallas and San Antonio forming themselves Into a corporation and erecting substan tial base ball plants: with Houston havlntr recently, then the untiring ef forts of Mr. H. K McCoy, securing a lease on the West End League Park: with Galveston, Beaumont, and Fort Worth already In possession of parks and Mexla, a hustling, busy oil town In line with a good club and splen did park accommodations, the ones gloomv outlook for Negro professional base ball has suddenly changed and things seem rather encouraging for a prosperous and profitable season. We have not heard from all the cities but Informix on is heard whlrh war. rants us In saylntr that Fort Worth. Beaumont and Houston have mater ially strengthened their line-up and below we give the llne.up o' Galves ton and San Antonio as follows: Galveston Black Sand Crobs. Sims, m., captain: P'.nlth, lb; Jenkins, c; ?teel Arm" Davis, If; Pope, ss; Her don, 3b; Fair, rf: Bell, p: Giles, p; Frazler, p; Edwards (Black Wax) P San Antonio Black Bronchs Ellvln, If: Don, lb; Son Goodrich, ss; Furnis, in; Person, 8b; Pardee, c; Raymond, 2b; Reed rf; Welch, p; Hazel, p; Has. MNTII WAltll PltfCCIIXA ART Cl.lll This club held quite a profitable meeting at the home of Mrs. I J. Jones on I-ouana street, Friday, April IKth. At roll csll each member re. f!on'ol v.'lth tmctntlona and wM "rluos. After which the -regular usi. , noes -session ensued. i Several members were reported on t the sick list. New Giant Squad kins, p. I lJtst week we ran the llne-uD of the Black Giants and on paper they appear in dp me strongest club In the circuit. Under new management. I the club ought to reat and win the. penant in the league again this year. Manager Sloan and Capt.. Jerry Wll ' liams are highly elated over the pros pects of a winning club. sew om.KHNs, a ma qksthw. President Wells stated Tuesday that New Orleans was bidding strongly for a berth in the Texas Colored : League and that with the $40,000 I syndicate of the crescent city push ' ing things tot all they are worth. The chances look favorable for f her ad mission. UI.ACK SAND CKAB8. Will be here Saturday, Sunday and Monday and the hungry fans are whetting their appetites for a fierce struggle at Riverside Park. Their line-up above mentlonel needs no introduction because most all of j their players are veterans of many uiumoriu values. Umpire Taylor, chief of the staff will officiate. IIKIVMKKMON Nl.NK DKFEATs CARV'S OUTLAWS S TO 3, Henderson, Texas, May 4. Hender son ball team defeated Cary's Out. laws here last week by a score of 9 to 3. The game was Interesting from start to finish. Manager John ileal claims to nave tne best base ball club In East Texas. KASTKUX Sl'ORr FLASH KS. New York. City, May 4. The St. Christopher Club of St. Philip's Far rish again bad splendid representa- i tion at the Nationel Araetour Boxing ' Championships in Boston. Her boxers performed in a manner to draw pra I me from all the big dailies through out the country. This club fosters Amateur sport in every form and but for their activities along this Kne we I would fall of representation at the , many athletic meets and other affairs. . The Lincoln Giants have started their canipaign at Protectory Oval and continue to mow down the white clubs sent against thorn. A game is being staged every Sunday. The Bf.ch arachs upon their arrival here will for the first time have their home grounds in thig city and Messrs. Con nors and Wilkins are looking toward to the season of this crack combin ation with great hopes for success. The Royal Giants have also started in Brooklyn and Nat. C. Strong will pilot them at the Richmond Hill Hill grounds where it is expected they will do even bttter than last year. The other semi-professional teams in New York City are getting feady to blos som forth, but consider the weather too uncertain to venture out just at this time. Basket ba!l hnd its official close for the season in Newark N. J. ,on Mon day night, April 17th, when the play era of the Dunbar Physical Culture Club defeated the boys of the Titan Athetotic Club by a score of 27-2.1. Thf- game was one of the best staged, and while many did not turn out to witness it, the seas n was auspici ously closed when Wheatland, the Lincoln University star out-gener-alled Simm's, the fomer HowardUnls vcrsity luminary who creator a sen sation on his first appearance In New Jersey sometime ago. Plans are on foot to make this the banner year in tennis here. The New York Tennis Association is at ihe present time laying plans that will give to this sport among colored pco pie a boost that will place thegame on an even footing than in previous years. An attempt will be made to bring many loreign players here to compete with the best this country can produce. LR1TISII PROMOTERS WOULD STAi;K DEMPNE1 -WILLS T1T!.K BOUT. (Pmtrii News SfrvK-e) London. Airy 4. The ncfshii Ity of dairy Wll'r. an.' Jnok Pni-.sey rnoct !ng in a chiii. li-h.nfhip contest I t Lon don, England,, this summer seemed very apparent if any crc.-lcncc can be glared in the reports circulated ir Vev Yor.v nty last Tiif-;!r,jr lollowin; the receipt of a rablcgrn::) ;"i oin Geor ge MacDonaU;, (lie Fnc :ah fight pro moter, by Jjia Doii.nfiS. According to Dia Pollings who is in New York, every eftoi c will be ma :ie ti get Wills to so to London to Box Dempsey. f?o fpr if is known in this country, -Dempr-ey has not signed articles for any mntch in connection with his present tour of Europe, although he has announced his willingness to meet Carpenter in a return engage ment, or any olher European con tenders. Some of the "Wise ones" who arc exceedingly anxious to si'e a Demprcy Willi title go. arc beglning to whisper that Deiiipfej- is afraid of Wills or has drawn the color line. A very busy afternoon was spent In art work. Two :u w members were added to the .club: Mrs. Irene Wright and Mrs. P. Walton. The hostess served a dainty Ice course. The club adjourned to meet next Friday ' the home of Mrs. Green on North Betterton Circle. - Mrs. V.. B. Williams, President. Mis. B. E. Travenio, Reporter. THK DAI,US EATRESS, MAKHIIU) LAIHK Cl.lB NO. 1 MEKTS. The Married Ladies Charity Club No. 1, organized In 1900, is still do ing good in a quiet way. As a re sult of a meeting on Friday, April 21, 1922, held with its president, Mrs. VVorthington on San Jacinto street, several cases of distress were helped and an enjoyable evening spent by the members. CARNATION CHARITY CM! II. The Carnation Charity Club met at the homo of Mrs. Caddell, 3020 Flora street. Meeting opened with song, prayer and scripture reading. Members present 21. Mrs. McMillan and Mrs. Winn visited us and made some very encouraging remarks. Club donated to the Needy $9-50. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Clemmons on Washington avenue, Friday, May 19. Mrs. Lemmons, President. Mrs. Yandex E. Parker, Reporter. THM WATI'RnAY MORNING PRO CUKStSlVK CI. 111. The Saturday morning Progressive club met with Mrs. Hugh Banks. SS28 Meyers street. Saturday, April 29. Ten ladies were present and began work at 10:3B a. m. As the 4th. Satur day of each month Is price day, every young lady will be present at the next meeting. Miss Clarena Young. Pres. Mrs. I. B. Runnells, Secy.Reporter. tiik s. w. w. SF.wmn ci.vn. The Star Willing Workers Sewing club met ' at the home of Mrs. D. H. Harper's. Every one was prepared with their sewing and we had a very iiLeresung meeting. After which refreshments were ser ved. Next meeting will be at 2804 Halls vllle street President Anita Noble. Matron, Mrs. O. H. Harper. P.eporter Elmtra Noble. THF, W. W. W. ART CI.CB. Members of this club were enter talned Tuesday afternoon at the ru I. dence of Miss Ralney. The usual hour was spent In art work. At four o'clock the "business meetlmr beiran. On ac count of the president being absent, Mrs. Moten presided. Airs. Pinkard was elected vice president. Miss Broomfield was a n!eanant ' visitor. After completing all the unfinished business Ihe hostess served a delicious toe course and we adjourned to meet am or May wnn Mrs. Vance. Mrs. Kylcs, President. Miss Itainey, Reporter. TIIK I.OVKI.IGUT SOCIAL CX17II. The L. 1 S. Club met at the real dence of Mrs. Quelle Bivens, 2428 i addo street, Wednesday, May 3 8:00 p. ni. The members of the club regret the continued illness of one of its loyai meniDers, Mrs. Bernice Brown. The hostess served a delicious menu after which the club adjourned to meet next at the residence of Mrs. Blanche Grlaxom, 2125 Clard street Mrs. Patrick McGllton, Reporter.. I'ltlM ll.I.A ART t'l.l'll. Mrs. W. M. King had as her guest, Priscllla Art club. April 18. Quite an interesting meeting was held, Mrs. King served a delicious salad course. Ladies spent a very pleasant evening. Club met with Mrs. J. U Bane, April 25 in a business and work evening. President In a V"ry pleasing way, gra ciously thanked Mrs. Ewing for her service in giving to the Style Show, her little daughter, prepared soley by Mrs. Ewing. As a sentiment of club's appreciation. Little Mies Ewing was presented an Eastman Kodak, with a card written "Sweetest of the Sweets." A delightful , evening was spent. Mrs. D. 1 . Lewis was hostess to the club May 2. After one hour of needle work, the club began business. Plans are ready for a Poverty Ball, planned Dy Mrs. E. E. Ward, May 12 at the Roller Rink, proceeds to be used ex clusively for charity. Club Invites the support of all other clubs and mends. Plane were perfected for closing June 30. Mrs. Lewis, who Is styled as a "queen" of culinary art served the ladies, a beautiful salad course. Mrs. J. H. Dodd, Pres. Mrs. A. H. Thomas, Reporter. O.UEES CITY SELL ROSE iSOUIAl LJ.LK. The Queen City Nell Rose Social Club met Friday evening April 28th A'ith Mrs. Laura Larkins. 38b4 Atlan ta Street. The meeting was opened as usual with song ' and prayer. The minutes were read and adopted each member responded to their namec with Bible quotations. The program was very interesting. Mrs. Thompson was appointed Asst. Secty. A coiiimi tte was appointed on by-laws; Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Laura Larkins and Mrs. M. B. Hayden. A program was arranged for the 26th of May. A deli cious menu was served by the hos tess which was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Aram Banks and Miss Jose ph. ne Mitri ell were visitors. The Next meeting will be on the 12th of May with Mrs. U C. Odam 3MI6 Ruskin Street. Mrs. M. E. Kirk wood. Pros. ' Mrs. J. L. Welch, Secty. Mrs. G. Anthony, Reporter. THE ROYAL ART CLUB. The Royal Art Club met with Mlns B. A. Jorden, Thursday, April 27th A very pleasent afternoon was spent in a social form, the jewing season clo sing with the exhibit. The hoRtess served delicious refresh ments Next week's meeting will be with Miss Saramie Jones. Mrs. Ina Jorden, Prt-s. Miss G. Neal, Reporter. IIAI0M CHARITY CLUB. The Diamond Charity Club mot at J422 Caddo Street with Mrs. B. L. Unn- hostess. lesson for the evening: l M Pslams. The club was all smiles, of theii Models who wan in the style show on April 21st, to know that D. C. C. sot the second prize. 19 members an iwered roll calling. We were delighted to have two new members Mrs. L. B. Ric;ie, and Mrs. R. Bolden, Gave to the needy, $5.09. Reclepts of the evening: $37.25. The hostess then served a d Mghtftil Ice nourse. We meet Next v, 1th Mi's. L. Stewart Holland, 2416 Colby Street Mrs. U B. Watson, Pres. Mrs. A. D. Verchers, Reporter. WFST TV 1,1, AS riTIKF.lVS SUSTAIN e.HFAT LOSSES DURING HHCKNT FLOOD. There were mayy oesrleao shrdl . There were many losses sustained during the recent flood by Colored families living In Oak Cliff and Wst Dallas, with a hundred or mora families in te latter place deserting their homos for higher points of safety leaving behind In the devastated homes their household effects to fee ravaged by th waters of the flood. This is the news having reached us Monday. Notwithstanding a brief ffketcl' of flood calamities wero pub lished In order last weckOdehdlgk lishe'l in our last Issue, when our pre. vlous article was written, the con dition In west Dallas was not repor:. ed. . ,. yrif-.i DALLAS, TEXAS. SATtRDAV, MAY THE BIGGEST OPPORTU You Have Ever Had. READ IT Do you know that there are JMlln the Lnited states that are demanding motion pictures with Colored JJactors and actrcsces? uo you ri.'uc vni. win great vest and help supply this new field? Do you know that there has been only ten or twelve pictures produced with an all Colored cast of ' actors and actresses? - This means that there are some who want ami can't get a motion Therefore they have to show white Figure the present day demand !you will find the demand more than What does It mean in any industry the supply? It means a quick sale of your products, which In turn means a aulck turn-over of your money, and last but not least, a quick substantial profit Now take the 1100 Colored theatres and figure the playing sched ule and rentals on a five-reel Colored ed as an average. 1100 theatres playing a picture days, that your picture would be total let us take only tne first run 'stres that run a picture for the first time in their city. There are 400 or more of these first run theatres in the I'nitcd Statos. Now take the 400 playing a picture 3 days each this by an average rental price of total of J90.000.00 gross. But let ua make a more conservative estimate and say for various reasons that your picture only plays would be 3tiO theatres playing the day. giving a gross total of 46,000.00. Now take the cost of production, a five-reel picture. This cost averages between $8,000.00 and $10,000.00 each. Then add the cost of advertising and distributing the picture: which Is estimated at half as much as the cost of production or say j $5,000.00. Take these two highest costs and add them, which gives j you a total of $15,000.00. Subtract this amount from the $45,000.00 , gross and you have a tital of $30,000.00 net. ) Now what does this $30,000.00 mean to tha share-holder? Let us figure. The Benroy Motion Pictures Corporation Is capitalized at $60,- 000.00, shares $10.00 each. This would make 5,000 shares, so divide the 5,000 shares Into the net profit which is $30,000.00 and you have the j earnings per share on one picture your Investment. To a sharc-holdi Jjof stock, this would be $60.00 if only IIUWCYCI Wiw i.vKiaiii ui each 12 months. Now look back. We have only houses. We have not r-entioned the tha picture in time. This would mean an Increase in profit of no small amount and It would not add tu the. cost because the $5,000.00 i figured to advertise and distribute Fifteen years ago there were companies in the United States and there are only four companies that Colored cast This n'w iield Is now was fifteen years ago. The d :i.-nd leading industries in 15 years. The motion picture field, come forward wyou be one of those wfio g-ow with ftQmove now, today. ir"T WAIT. Procrastination is the thief of time. XjOnly 1,600 more shares lor sale. Jjby the opening of this new field. ft'lnclose money order or check. llK.MtOV MOTION riCTVUr'. COKl'OllATION lfi:il Mnln !.rrr(, DullaS; Texas. GENTLEMEN. DMej Please find enclosed $ fr 1 chares in your Company for which you will mail nio receipt by return mall. Y'.rs truly, NAME ; ADDRESS We were further Informed that those suffering from the effects of the flood In west IJallas called upon the city for aid. There are many Negro charity or. KanizatlonB in the city that would have gladly performed such service had It been brought to their atten tion. The churches, pastors and laymen and women stood ready for any emer gency of this kind kind but they were not furnished with such information. However, the task has been accom pMshed, many persons have returned to their homes -to start over again, but we want to Impress those of you who were victims that the heart of the Negro population of Pallas was with you, but your case was not reported to those in authority. MANY DAM.A31TF.tl I.RAVKS FOR J. M. K. VKNKIUI. CONFKRK.NCC; A large delegation of Dallas wom en of Colored Metl uisi Episcopal church left Monday c'i.ing over the Texas and Pacific railroad for St. Louis, Mo., to attend the General Conference of the C. M. E. church.. The following persons aboarded the Dallas special: Mr. E. N. Wyalt. 2405 Caddo; Mrs. Laura Johns. 2711 Jullctt; Mrs. C. W.l- lla-.ns 3020 Cochran; Mrs. Henry Tln- sley, 1812 Boll: rs. A. 13. Daugherty, 2412 Huco: Mr Mittle Howard, St. George street and Rev. A. F. Johnson, pastor of livening Chapel C. M. E. church. The Conference opened '".'ednesday day and Is alleged to continue eight days or more. Mme. GARRETT WOSDKR II A lit GROWF.R. For skin and scalp diseases. Developes the Hair and causes a silky and fluffy growth. Try Mme.' Garrett's Wonderf il Face Cream, Vanishing Cream, Massage and Powder. Live agents everywhere are making big money selling these sroods. We carry a full line of Hair Goods, Braids, Wlggs and Puffs. Write today for Aaeney e ters. Mine. Gorrrtt, I'bR 11. 325 8311 Watt St. Dallss, TtJtaa 5 . - .:- s: 3-''- f:; '"" '. V I 'h.'- V ;V,: l-fr ; i ' ' ; - : ,V' . . ' u I I 1 , 1922. III! 1100 Colored motion picture theatres1 demand means to those who in 1086 Colored theatres each day picture, with an all Colored cast. pictures. and the present day supply and 100 times greater than the supply. when the demand Is greater than picture. The following Is figur 3 days, gives you a total of 3,200 making money for you, but of this ! houses, by, this we mean the thea- 1 gives a total of 1,200, days. Multiply J $75.00 per day and you .have a grand j half of the first run houses. This J picture 3 days each at $75.00 per) or the average cost to produce j or $4.00 which is 60 per cent on r holding 10 shares or $100.00 worth one picture was made per year, I'iUUUVilUII CKIltt lUf HUOUL O piClUTeS figured on half of the first run i 700 other houses which will play ' Is figured on 1100 theatres. only six motion pictures producing ( now there are many hundreds, but 1 are producing pictures with an all 1 practically where the white field made the white field one of the ' same demand will make the Colored In a surprising short time. Will this new Industry? If so make the Will you be one of those 'vho profit 1 If so, fill out the blank below and X10 PAYS THE H'NF.ItAI, llll.L TO j liheumatlsm and Indigestion. 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Bev-Marle preparations will positively grow four Inches of beautiful hair In si-: months. A trt-U will convince the most skeptical, tr. tt Bev-Msrle la far su perior to all other hal- preparations. Agents wanted. Sell I like 'Hot Cakes.' Liberal commission allowed. Stamp for particulars, 'ull sized box sent on r celpt of price, 50 cents, postage 10c extra Address; all orders to MME. A. M. SMYTH, 19 Jt. Geary, ' - Oklahssaa ".f, Ofela. Sample Outfit, 1 Pomade, 1 Shampoo, I 'i'emple OIL I Hair Grower. ful Instructions. 12.00. may I add, that even another ruck treatment, or worse f'r the matter, as was tendsred me on the nigbt of March 11 could not change my con victions. "Of course you know that I most naturally feel 4 spirit of indignation; yet. if my sacrifice, which la tre mendous can in any manner serve t the advantage of our people politically or otherwise, then I most graciously accept it as an honor. "In your first news article about the incident the Impression was placed that the "thugs" made me eat my own body I would ratber mniitr death. "Many of my friends about the state have it, I am Informed, that 1 aas contemplating leaving the state la se quence of the threat by the pvb , bist that they would kill me If I did not You may say for me that it is not true. When I leave the state I will not go in respect of a sugicestioa or even the rnqvest of a mob. 1 am convinced that Tulsa's best whHa citizenry doej not condone or sanction the action:' of those "cowards of the night," in fact they very bitterly con demn the occurence. "Hoping you - tne succew that vim imifct certainly come to the honorable character that yiu are, I am. Yours very truly, 4 J. H. Snjltherman."- '