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Number 30 - December 04, 1920
Page 01
Title:
"Auto Drag" Is Latest Fad of South's Lynchers
Title:
Dems Getting Even
Title:
Woman Named as candidate for Councilmanic Job
Title:
Taft Points Way to Solve "Race Problem" in Brooklyn Address
Title:
Chicago Has Problem of Un-Employment, Too
Title:
St. Louis Colored High School Students Furnish New Hope for Race in America
Title:
Probable Labor Split Looms in Mississippi Over Colored Workers
Title:
Another Star Added to Race's Crown as Malones Open Large Institution
Page 05
Title:
Alpha Phi Alpha to Meet in Kansas City
Page 07
Title:
Howard Wins on Gridiron: Defeats Lincoln in Annual Thanksgiving Classic 42-0
Title:
Johnson Hands Kayo to Colored Boxer in Bout at Jail
Title:
Willette and Trice are Named on "Star Elevens"
Page 08
Title:
Fount of Inspiration
Title:
Great Moral Wave
Title:
Women's Club Chief Sounds a Warning

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