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Number 09 - July 10, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Fifty Dollar Check Figures in Noted "Smith" Contest
Title:
Lynchings Wane In First Half of Year
Title:
E.H. Morris Scores at Illinois Meet
Title:
Jack in "U.S." But Only for "Minute"
Title:
William H. Lewis Makes a Hit Here
Title:
Postal Clerk Stabs White Man on Train
Title:
Educators to Unite at Nashville School
Title:
Gives Lie to Press Stories of Recent Riot
Title:
American Legion Aids in Threatened Riot
Title:
Is It Good Enough for Colored "Y?"
Title:
Two Youths Drowned
Title:
Zanesville Gets Ready to Greet K. of P. Delegates
Title:
Modern "Hannibal"
Title:
Texas Indulges Still in Real "Lynching Bee"
Page 03
Title:
New Move Planned
Title:
Vandals Annoy
Title:
Bostonians Oppose
Page 05
Title:
"Smart Alex" Pastor
Title:
Hoosier Filk Plan
Page 08
Title:
Did They Fight in Vain?
Title:
Republican State Platform
Title:
Return Not Absolutely Roseate
Title:
Another Collusion?
Title:
Political Chatter
Title:
Republican Platform of 1920 and Race
Title:
Race Wins Point

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