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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1927, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER BASE BALL EXTRA Edited for Hie Home1 AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCT IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight and Tinas clay probably rain tonight in oast and south portions cooler In cast ami south portions Thursday frost tonight ill northwest Jacksonville Agreement Is to Prevail Until April 1 DES MOIXE5 proxlmately Oct union coal miners 1 idle eince tho general suspension of mining last April 1 onceagain are eoinjs back to Iowas mines Settlement of tho long wagedis pute lateyesterday found thing ready to start digging today Gcorjre Heapa and Joe Morris president of district 13 ot the United Mine Workers of America said in confirming the agreement The miners are returning to the pits under an agreement basedon the Jacksonville wagescale of per day which will prevail until next April 1 It will be superseded then by a new agreement to bo formulated in Interim by a subscale committee of two operators and two miners who will report to the full joint committee a meeting next February 7 Tits union scale committee will tailed to meet In litenear future Mr Morris said last night and to it will be selection oC the two rep resentatives of thelpilners on the com association will rrtoose its representatives The make up of thin commission will not ne cessarily bo the same as the Illinois one both Mr Heaps and Mr Morris stated About Iowa miners have been thrown out oC their regular occupa tions for a llttls more than six months dueto the failureoC sides to frnme a new wage scale to succeed the Jacksonville agreement scnle which went into effect April 1 1P22 Theminers have been working at any thing they ctjuld get to do or have left the state for other fields Sanctioned by Lewis Settlement oE the Iowa strike on the part ot tho miners was author ized Sunday by John TJ Lewis na tional president of tbo United Mine VVorkers who sanctioned separate agreements in districts of the on tiie basis ot the Illinois set tlement Duringthe strike Towa has not suffered from n shortage ot coal hut the bulk nf the cnal nn sale hns been in from foreign nonunion fields The Increasing establishment of a TYiariict for this coal and the immin ence of Its absorption of the domes tic market has caused operators to fear for Ilielr Investment while the ptrlkfl continued The approach of win ter nnd decreasing opportunity for other work hns made the minors nnxl ous for asettlement of the strike The Called Fate BV JOSEPHINE K EDITORS Is the first installment of the GIotinGnzcftes serin story Tlio JUirljr Called by Josephine K Ziiftlrjohii it today nnd read succeeding installments tally CHAPTER ONE As the from nay topped the last long hill and wound down again to the flat thru the twilight tho driver glanced from his wheel to the man hesirte him Ills tho drivers mind was neither set nor unfriendly It wore the same pleasant had worn in the early hours of the drive when Its owner had been pleased to ask questions upon tho country they were passing thru It had worn the same pleasant expression too when the man had as It were retired behind It and left the driver out hearing Prom to Oracle the driver had made several futile attempts to open aline of communication but from Oraclo he had given up and let his sulky thots run along thru the sullen roar oe the engine Tho roar had soon drowned his thots such as they were But now with tho enl of the long drive practically In sight he rose again to the surface of consciousness and began to talk Tucson Is ahead there fifteen miles Ever been In Tucson He a reply Receiving none he persisted Ever heen In Tucson The man beside him turned and looked at him Not ho said distinctly The driver slunk down behind his wheel and stepped on the throtile As tho car plunged forward his passenger settled himself again Into his former position and gazed steadily ahead of him tit tho drama of the Arizona night Tho gray asbestos curtain of the twilight rolled upward Beneath it the desert lay in aviolet light which faded to white mist at tho foot of the mountains and deepened to blua on their lower slopes Above it the moun Workman Killed When Railroad Speeder Hits Car at Crossing DAVENPORT Oct Jamps Jfontsomery a section fore man of BettenOorf was instantly killed and three members of his sec tion gang escaped with slight Injuries ivbeii the gasoline speeder on which they were ridine struck an ntitomobllR nt a cross rond lato ycsterdny nnd AUNT HET By Robert I hope I only got one pair o winds in Heaven so I can say No when Mniy comes nround lo f AT COLLEGE THEY ITAD CALLED JOTIN MOORE A tains glowed pink soft notes of color reflected from the crimson golden purple glory of the sunset One by ono tbo stars came out like fulry dancers entering the drama Slowly the colors faded from the heavens and tho mountain tops Slowly the black velvet curtain ot tbo night rolled down the sky behind the golden atara The drama was over Night tri umphant tlin heavens and were hers Only the mountains dolled her still Bold jagged blacker thnn the night they rimmed the world what hot tlfo man i beside thn driver to himself Aloud I ho said Wonderful I The driver stnrtetf He save the night 1 hurried Inspection There was as far ns be could see nothing peculiar about it Ill say she he replied guardedly Tils passenger laughed Right You CRESCO Oct M T cannot be too careful when speaking K 60 h 1 herself yesterday 11 of Romance like this Jove The driver who bad been speaking Ule her homo at Lime Springs of no such tiling hastened to make 13 miles northwest of here She used Ibis plain by saying Theres thcja clothesline Despondency is believed lights of stars upon thedesert arent they asked John Moore musingly To this the driver mnde no reply in words ho merely pressed down the throttle ngaln Mo was not used to this lino of talk It mnde him uncom fortable Jin had nut suspected it of his passenger For tbo matter of thnt John Moore had not suspected it of himself Yet somehow his remark about stars on the desert had seemed quito a natural j one to make Truly tho spell of the i desert night wns upon him Ho was conscious of a vast content to ride on j and on Minder the stars that was enough Rut night upon the desert Is not pastoral it stirs the blood It quickens it enlivens itIs dramatic And presently John Moores content gave way to restlessness of spirit He yearned to feel in tune with all this beauty to feel that tlia too was a splendid thing But the very stars inthe velvet sky mocked at him They know I am only an onlooker tenrlng past in a he thot wilh some bitterness of selfanalysis To all the things that count I nm al ways onlooker tearing past In a machine I never havetime lo live I go tearing oil to Business success Bigger ma chines on longer roads Tlis scorn t ot himself was so keen that he winced i away from 11 After all was It entirely his fault he wondered Nothing but work had over como his way Kvcn nt college they had called him a grind yet he bad hart to work to live in those days And later with his own way to make to have been the cause of her act Officers from here were called to the scenennd made an Investigation The coroner C K Farnsworth an nounced the case ns a suicide Plans Prepared foi Livestock Exposition to Be in Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS Oct Extensive preparntiona nre being made for the fourth annual live fox exhibition of the American Xational Pox Breeders association In Milwau kee November 13 to IS inclusive Dr T OReilly of Minneapolis regis trar said today Many difficulties were encount ered by tho ehow committee which met recently In choosing a slto for the 1927 IDr OReilly said Ono of tho biggest be continued was choosing a convenient shipping point for the fox TURK TO PAGE 15 Will Rogers FIRST NATIONAI STUDIOS HUHBANIC uncon sciously broke on American record rff fivo years slaiumig yesterday f hot a nrjw cur and didnt trade an old one In Tours ROGERS Sun Drives Fog Away for Perfect Baseball Itv Day By JUUAN Agsociiiled Press Sports FORBES FIKLD Pittsburgh Oct worlds Herles camo to Pittsburgh today nnd despita previ ous experience 1n tho baseball classic the city capitulated early In a record breaking rush of excited Jans to the sceno of action On the suiTnce the Pirates nnd Yankees calmly prepared to give theii partisans something to cheer about but the players veterans nndt young sters alike had caught the contagion of the moment and were just ns ex cited as the customers By noon tho sun was doing Its full duty in driving nn early fog Lo and there was no sign ot rain First spectators on Imnd were isleop In the outfield bleachers lon before Umo fortho jilayers to coruu on the field They left calls Tvilh neighbors for varying tlmo mid some slept uniler a blanket admonition to their friends to wake thorn when Babe Ruth put in nn appearance Stooil in All Night The men women find children In the bleachers outside the park liad been standing In Una all night ami they needed their sleep Tha calls were not needed for al noon a redcoated band appeared o the field with a combination of wind brass reed and string instruments Nick Altrock and A Scharht accompanied the band b thn musicians seemed to do very well in spite of tho assistance from Nick and Al They got a baud from the sleopy birds outside the park double lines of whom stretched around thn park Pome hoped tosqueeze In the bleach ers before game time but lha great majority were standing to get a chance to stand some more during game In tho long stretches of persons nn xious to buy standing room privileges In tho grand stand limited to some were all ages The crowd only ono thing In asm Tlie age scale ranged from an undersized three years or so to a sub stantial 55 or 10 Reserved Seiils The thirty thousand customers with reserved seats took their time elniir ing them An hour and a half before time for the gatno to get wider way there were than 1 ojfj on hand After a turn around the field the handymen took their coats Into the shade of the right field bleacher Herb Pennock the only casuitlty of the series practice period moitid under his own power to the Yankee club house but with a distinct limp Tho Yankee lefthander was optimistic nnd said ho would be ready to pitch when called on but If tho summons should bo Bounded Immediately It soemed doubtful that he would be able to respond Tho Pirates came on the field at noon nnd as they tossed balls hack and forth the band broke Into Tboie Will Bo a Hot Time in the Old Town The Bucanoers bad a lot of pepper and jumped about their bench in the style of a boxer exercisingor tin ropes before a bout The Xational league champions were given a some what feeble owing to the lack of numbers among the There was an apparent hearty appre ciation of them but not enough VOICLJ the time to make the Welkin ring Bush3 men were garbed in new uniforms with n nota of color fur nished by bright red stripes In their hose nnd red letters on their caps Halic Meets IMiolocrnphcr The Yanks more soberly clolhpd followed the home team The had their familiar road with tho only touch of color fur nished by Ihe red undershirts favored by half n dozen athletes Babfi Ruth fell into the hands Ihp photographers ns soon an he emerged from UIP runway leading from clubhouse to field Kvpryone uppinpil to want to lako a shot at thn home run hitter lie TURK TO PAGE IB SCORE BY INNINGS Innings Yankees Pirates FIRST INNING trotted ont from tha Yankee dugout swinging two bats nnd the crowd howled when Kremer walked out to the box Kremer threw up a few halls to Smith and then nod ded Quigley that ho was ready The ball was thrown out from a field box and play started Combs up Qnlgley brushed off tho plate and Kramer wound up for the first pitch Combs hit a long fly to Barnhart who caught tho ball near the Scoreboard Combs hit the first pitched KOCHS up Ball one high Foul itriko one Strike two called This was a Kweaping curve on the outside of tho plato Koeulg struck out miss rtuth scored Lnzzorl forced Meusel Wright to Grantham Dugan up cloubiti third one outside Ioul strike Hall two Gchrig scored on a steal when and Smith to let Traynors Uirovv go thru him Koul strike two There no stolen biise only error for the catcher Dugan lined out to Barnhart Threa runs ono hit errors PI up cnllwl SlriLo two called Unll one outside two outside Kremer got a two liiise hit to right on the ground rules up Waner flicd out to Barnhart up but dropped fly Kremor held second P AVnncr ng another curve for tha third strike Ruth up The crowd gave him n big hand Riitii singled sharply to right I up Strike one called Stilko two Gehrlg up Kremer kept throwing to railed 1 lovl wns feedinc low curves first to keep Babo close to the bag 1 to P Wancr Kremer scornil on P Strike one swung one high inj Wallers Biugle to center Bnrnharl lide Ball two high Smith threw halting at second It wns Wallers down to first but Ruth got back to second hit WiiKht up Ball one the bag Foul strike two three high inside Bull two Inside low down to first but Ruth got back to the Wright forced f Waner LnitjserJ to brig Foul strike two Ball three in IMK Foul strike two Hall three inside Ruth scored on Gohrigstlirenbiisc bit to right It was a short fly and P Waner overran it Meusel up Foul strike one Ball one wide outside ICoenifc Barnlittrt going to third Tiiynor up Ball one outrtitle Tmy nor forced Wright Kocnig to One run two hits one error JNXING up Rail one WO twunp n Strikn one ijlled Thib curve on the outside P Waller tookjwns a curve on theoutside Collins Meusels long fly One run two blls sent high fly lo Hoy no errors slriitoonc Hoyt flinrt out wormed up a tittle j I romha upi one is tho Yankees took the firM nnd the high liisido Bnll two outside Krc home folks gavo Waner a big ehcerlmor tbrowin tile lot of nl thiei outside one culled Harubnrt look lino Miinsb after a long run Xo no Itity no prrori ran thnm wont out o tlebrig uunssistcd when he came to tho plnle Waner up Ball one Inside This was a wide Hiik curve two Inside lloyt threw i Com another curve Strike one called Strike two called This was a fast ball In the inside center AVanor was hit by a pitched ball which 1 Inrris up Hall one inside Koenig struck him on the shirt brew out Jlnrrlx at first riehrig up Strike one swung Burnhnrt ing Koenig from n wild throw by a lined out to Tlnth r Waner up The nice catch Smith up Kmllh sent up crowd gave P Waner a cheer a high fly to Collins who look I lie Waner doubled to right Waner goj bnll In front uf tbo Xo runs ing to third The crowd wns frantic C Wnuor hit tho first bnll pitched Wright up Tbo Yankee infield came in L Wnnor siore rifico fly to Combs Kremer Breaks for Pittsburgh in Sixth and Is Supplanted by Mil jus Who Holds Visitors in Check BULLETIN FORBES FIELD PITTSBURGH Oct 1 C t The New York Yankees defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4 to 5 to day in the opening game of the worlds series A record breaking crowd close to looked on as the National league champions were sent to defeat largely thru a bad third inning when the winners scored three runs on one hit two errors and two bases on balls Neither of the starting pitchers Ray Kremer for the Pi rates and Waite Hoyt for was able to finish The two nghthanded aces saw John Miljus and Wiley Moore pitching at the finish Kremer was forced from the box in the sixth when Laz zen started a threat with a double Miljus going in to hold the Yankees to one hit and no runs for the remainder of ehe singles with one out in the eighth away Moore allowed Harris to single and score one run but he was unhittable after that Stands Are laiiiniril TT Ml A C TUlt lir i r I B w0 jaminprt to ca H WAO IMlb WAY and thorn were thousands ot Tdisappointed ans on tho otilalcln listen FOKRES Oct no to third on the catch Traynor up Strike ono called Strike I wo swung Foul Bnfl one high Inside Tniyuoi flieti out to who maiJc n film running catch One run one bit no SECOND INNING Lnzwri up Ball one high Hull two inside Strike one swung This wns a fast curve on tho outslilo Strike two MWUIIK TJIUKIMI for anotlw turvc sent n p 1 h gli foul to Tiviynor IJugaii up one lilRli Ball two Voul strike one Dugan sent up a high one to Grantbnjn Collins up Strikeone no criorK KIKTII INNING Ivocnlif UK nn Wrights sue s riUe one on Knrnig Hall one in P Waner soinu I side high Koonlg gut a two hit Foul Ball one high high Ball three high Col Ball in right Kulh up Ball one high Iranlbriii look Huttis grounder Mild boat Halie to the bag ICofiiig going to tliiril rt was no Oehrig up Koenig scorpd on Gfhrigs sac iifiip fly o Wntier up Strike one railed Hal one high mslrte Strike two swung Ball two oulsicb rall three outside Kiemer fed Mouse nothing but curves flen se sent up a high fly to Wright Ono rim 0115 nil nn errors up Strike one called Ball onp outside Strike two called This wasn low curve n lid Krmner kicked two ivMe Knv fanned taking a third s the nf I he up Waner I plate along the left firId foul HUH walked tho fourth ball being low Waner 1 up Strike one called Jiall one low outside Strike two called liirt up Strike mm called Waner inside purve Ball two high Kmil sroreil on Kanlliartt sharp single nfl Ivremers i Koenig P Waller up I Winters bounced off n1 lo NKIV ef KoiMiij ss Itnlli rf liiiif Ib Meuscl If vt p Mocire p Totals I Wauer liariiharl If I rf ss Iraynor tb riinlhum Jb liiirrls b Smilli c Kriiner Miljus i KrirliHI x PITTSBURGH official box score AH if TOV A K 4 I Vork a rieht bander i 1lul mnvi across Alt H H O A I 1 Tolals Hlldid S or SiiISrAHY iter Kirnier K iHr liren hnse I iri 2 i 1 I I i Miljus in nlntl base hi I I r Wa xMifc Wriehf Cehrig double Laxwri o Wrigbl s if ci oc the more fnitu I Bolh tnunnfiKra Millej Hngglns of the Vanlcn nnd Donle Rusii Of the repealed their fnlth In Ihoir jpennant wimting plnyers and each prn ID onfitlrnt rr eventual vlr fllll ICremer slrir iiclit balnbi in wiUi Ivnrl Kmllh tln II Wiiitv iroyt nlsn and a star in A floirk of plmtnmni men baik a HlP tilp players in Tho ally away and HIP umpire in field Seo it was of Kiiinrllnp outiiid Mie box I Ihe HIP star SpanglpI llfl I he was slowly fN Thrip a nn I her brief delay Hi play while Hi iiiiniiil rroiii fiehl The 011 Milihers iMinlinuviI to worUont until lla railed play State Bar President Gets Leave of Absence From University Duties O n Off Jl fiPh Jitd Kiieiu lils CiivinllKim 1liiM was Xo runs fiall three low and outbid rntrvo was breaking wirle Ihrow out Iloyt at fijst the first assist of the gatnp no hits no errors up Strike ono called Foul strike Hall one high Ball two wide This M slow speed cuive Ball three outside Iranthaiti got a base on balls the ourlh pilch being Inside Hnrris up Strike one called Ball one high in side Harris hit Into a double iliy Tjnzxeri took Hnrns grounder touched Grantham and then threw out Harris at first nnd Orantham had row Lazzeil claiming purposely buiipcd him Smith Smith went out to flpnrig No runs no hits no errors I THIRD INNfNO I crowd booeil Lazj zeri ns hs came to thn bench Combs tip Call one outside Strike one I called Thiswns a low curve GranIJT glmt l who Juggled ruirl I it fie ball The official hicorcr it n hit Rmiiharl went to second jWright up Strike one enllcd Ball joiip outside Wright flicd lo Oonfbs a I IVirnhiirt gting lo third on the catch II was fly for Wriglit Tray nor up Foul strikeone Foul strike two Combs fine catch ot Traynors short One run tbreo hits no errors SIXTir INNINf up Foul strike onp tvicrl lo bunt and the he t r Ivrcmcr t Hie Sown lB by o Krcltbeiiniv i Combs MiMiscI f off I 7 I n I 2H rsitv f presMnnt ha linr on p SI nw t0l1 mi r 5 hi it Innings iinnp nut sixllit Miljus I in I hi Iiilcbcr by IliiNI V 1 A i A I pijes JuiHliy and Mman O1K ActleSS AskS Ormsby and Nalliu American Time of of I e Iowa Commissioners s Divorce From John Lamond TOrtTLAXfJ Methid New Voik nctress for ufrMly of Toilland lias tiled suit her fm Wll A M Will Uppose cf family rr s married Vancoiivcr ns Lhnm threw out combs nt taking him tbe laugh the hull Rail one outside Striko two swung This wns a fast ball inside got 1 two base hit lo the left field fence Dilgau up Tray n or went over to talk to Kremer and Manager Rush took Kremer out of tbr box calling in Miljus to take up the pitching burden for the Tir Kremer shoived a lack of com high hopped near spiond Kocnig fumbled mnnrl of his fast curve Mllju up Oranthain fumblPd KooniKK I P hDX nn gronnacr and the batter on hnt sac first nuth Hull fnto i 1 SOliiK lr third Rail one b itll led DKS flrt posed iiiPrRer of the Groat Northern and Northern Pacific railway com panifs will bo opposed by the iown board of railroad roinminsionpis at a In IBM Incnniiiatiblllty and innnslipport were cliargpd intorstato com nt Minneapolis right Kocnig going to third It was TUiths serond bit iphri mi one inside Ball two low Strike one called Hall three nnd Inside Oehrig git i on tails tho fourth wide iml the ex van filled Meuscl up strike j me swung This was a fast curve onp outside twn hiKh in side One strike find wo bulls hree higli Konnigsiored when Vfcuspl got a baso on balln The bus PS were sllll filled up Slrlke ono swung Baity one inside tuo inside Slrikp oiip Hall three oiifsdle ilin fourth pilch rul side Ifoyt up Slrilfe one swung liinl sdjilcp two Hall llnyl hit into double lo Granlliam Iri Harris no VIKATKS up Hall ne flail tvlu low flail liree Hlriki me ralhd Irilfe sivung iiok TUKN TO PACK 18 hearing brforw the morce commission Oct 21 Tho intervention order wan signer yesterday hy IoTnmissionejs Cltarlps cbalrifian nnd Fred P n M third member ti tlie commiRHioti announced be Kifin a delusion for inteivcn lion as a friend of I lip court Tho action was taken at the vrriuest or the Iowa trnfflc lencrun which that merger nf thfi syslpnis wnuld tend to weaken railroads operating Jn j Osagc Congregational Members al Clear Lake SACK Iltar Tuesday m he Mirhli liori IL I il clinifhis ibrm the Ihr KPV I Mr nnd K 1 Mrs IMora Keane Mrs Works Mrs lou and Mrs Charles Doran POOR PA By Claude Calian mtv c iiii synipalliixin willi
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