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Number 15 - August 21, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Garveyites "Snub" Name of DuBois When Presented as Candidate for Post of "American Moses" -- All Root for Garvey Himself
Title:
We Can't Arrest These Folk for Thinking, So Why Worry
Title:
18th Warders Enter Arena of Service
Title:
Colored Men Nominated
Title:
Texas Wins Record for Rare Chivalry
Title:
Queen City Ready for Shriners' Gathering
Title:
Club Head Pleads for Racial Unity
Title:
Sol. Butler Hurt
Title:
Why Tear Your Shirt, Brother?
Title:
Hays Gets Disease Known as "Breaking Solid South"
Title:
Resort Opens Arms to Colored Students
Page 07
Title:
With Gloves On
Title:
Columbus is Haven for Colored Boxers
Page 08
Title:
Arguing From False Premises
Title:
Old Arguments Will Not Do
Title:
Not Physically Fit
Title:
Jim Crow is Norm
Title:
South is With North on Segregation
Title:
Colored Delegate Proclaims to Be 1st Harding Man
Title:
Colored Voters Put Willis Over

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