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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair fonight and Saturday rising temperatures Saturday and in northwest portion tonight possibly frost tonight In east nnd south por tions AND MASON CITY BASEBALL EDITION VOL XXXIV FIVB CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCT 7 1927 N UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONA NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 311 GRAFTSYSTEM IS DISCOVERED Florida o Officers Arrested After Grand Jury Re turns FORT 7 alleged protection sys tem in prohibition enforcement along Floridas rum row with ramifications taid to extend Into the police forces of a city and county caino to light with the renewal of federal activities tlong this stretch of coast Tho arrest oC 19 persdns Including Broward county and Fort Lauderdalc officers came yesterday on federal in dictments charging conspiracy to vio late the prohibition laws These arrests were made colnclden tally with tho announcement of 11 ad ditional indictments returned by the federal grand Jury at Jacksonville on Aug i ail on the same charge Claim Protection Provided The Indictments allege specific in stances ot protection money paid by a overnnient man posing In Tarlous lUiuor violation rolfs and others to group Tho largest fee mentioned was S50 Warrants based on the In dictments were served on Sheriff Paul C Bryan of Broward county four deputies Assistant Police Chief Bert Croft a patrolman six former police men and six other persons Eleven other warrants remain to be served Authorities Qeclare that five of this number have signified their willingness for capiases to be thru their ottprneys j The iiidictmentB followed the oxten sJjve principally of J B Mclvee 8n undercover Bald toTjave spent two robntliB In this region gathering evidence for raids made by the government here in Jan McKee played the parts of a moon shiner a bootlegger and a rum run ner at times during his work along the coast The January raids resultedIn indict ments against SO persons 25 oC whom were arrested then but the cases were not pressed by the government at thai timo as federal authorities said they did not wish to disclose their evidence at any preliminary hearing Falfl HlsShare of Graft prohibition ngents stated earned a reputation during his opera tions as making better liquor than the other boya it in big ger quantities as well as paying hip share of the The indictments named J F tendon as the official who was charged with making his round each week to take toll from the various bootleggers over the coun ty The largest amount of specified was charged with having been paid to Sheriff Ryan Twentysevene sep arate nets violating the prohibition law are mentioned in the papers Tha19 arrested yesterday when ar raigned before a United states com missioner pleaded not guilty and were released on bonds of each lunde returnable in federal court nt Miami Nov 14 War Rumors Pussyfoot Johnson to Speak at Hampton Tonight HAMPTON Oct Johnson noted temperance reformer will give an address at the Methodist church tonight on the subjoct of As the Orient Sees This lec ture is sponsored by the World leagde against alcoholism and the local My C T U Mr Johnson hag spoken here several before and his talk will lie based on his tours of In dia and liuropc Severance of Relations Is Jugo Threat Move Follows Murder of Army Leader by Bul garians BELGRADE Jugoslavia Oct Jugoslav min ister to has been author ized to inform the Bulgarian government that unless off cc tive measures arc taken to dis band Bulgarian groups oper ating in Macedonia the Jugo slav government has no otfier course but to recall him and to break off diplomatic relations The protest over tho activities oE the Bulgarian Comltadjls or Irregu lars came as i a result of the assassi nationyesterday of Michael Kovechevitch one of the best known officers In the Jugoslav armf at Istlp tho crime being attributed to Coml tadjis The tSerbianBulgarianMacedoniiin frontier has closed by Jugoslav overnmcnt troops and gendarmes who are haltVjjg all traffic excepting transit In Macedonia under the mar lial law measures taken as n result of tho assassination Advices received in Belgrade this afternoon siild that a band of Bul Comltadjis attacked the Mace donian frontiervillage of Kllsurn to day throwing nine bombs in govern ment buildings and later fighting the gendarmes with rifles and hand gre nades The attacking party the advices stated finally was repelled after pitched battle lasting from 1 oclock this morning until daybreak Tho casualties were not given In the mes sage General Is Murdered BELGRADE Oct has prepared a note to Bulgaria demanding guarantees for the future and satisfaction for the past misdeeds of the Macedonian Com m It art jig Irregulars against whom the latest crime charged is tho as sassinatlon at Istlp of Gen Brig Michael Kovachevitch Tho incident has given rise to de mands by same Jugoslavia papers for war General Kovchcvltch known as one of the ablest strategists of the Jugoslavian army was shot down at the door of his home The house is at the end ot a CulDe Sac and the assassins left a lighted bomb behind them cut off pursuit Nevertheless tKo capture of two them wag reported some hours later by General Hasltch head of the bor der troops Comingas the climax aC a series of alleged Bulgarian outrages over tlie frontier the assassination caused auch intense excitement in the border dis tricts that the cabinet decided to pro claim martial law there Public demands are heard for the surrender oi the Bulgarian General Protogoherov said to bo the head of the terrorist bands General Kovnchovitch participated in tht dramatic revolt of 1003 In which King Alexanderand Queen Draga of Serbia were assassinated During the World war ho founded a troop oC Legionnaires Recently he hnd been In command of tho 21st in fantry regiment at Skoplze MEXICAN CHIEFS SEEK TO BATTLE Federal Chieftains With Men Pursuing Disloyal Troops MEXICO CITT Oct 7 AP Man euvers by federal commanders to force rebel troops under Gens Arnul fa Gomez and Hector Almada Into battle positions were continuing day tha presenldential bureau an nounced Tho rebels werehidden In and around tho slopes of a largo hill near Perote in the state of Xera Cruz with the federals in the valleys on either side The government troops in col umns led by Gens Jesus Aguirro and Gonzalo Escobar were trying either to surround the rebels effectively or force them into a decisive combat Withapproximately men the federals considerably out numbered tho rebels and tho governmentpro By OARL S BBANDEBURG A P Sports FIRST INNINS warmed up In tlio box while Meadows continued to work out along tho side lines There was another delay as tho moving pic ture men filmed JudgeLandis high commissioner of baseball ns he sat In his up Ball one outside Strike one called Koenlg j threw out L Waner at first Rhyne up Ball one inside This wag n sweeping curve Strike one called Ball two outside Hliyne sent out a long fly to Meuscl P up The crowd gave Waner a big hand Mcusel cams in to take P Waners low fly Pennock kept the ball on the plate during the inning No runs no hits no errors up Meadows warmed up a bit Strike one called This wns a ball across the heart of the plate Foul striko two Ball one high Inside Foui ThisWas a liner into tho left field stand and the spec tators had to duck Combs singled over the middle bag Koenlg up Foul strike one The hit and run play wns on Foul strike two Foul Ball one Innings Pirates Yankees j inside Koenifer Meadows head fessed confidence in the outcome Country Quiet Elsewhere sent a Combs Blnglo over stopping at second It was a scratch hit which Rhyno could not field Ruth up Striko one called Ball ono outside Babe sent up n high one Wright Government military commanders combs and Koeulg scored m all the other states of the republic on Lhrco bQSO hit to Ieft but at the plate stretcnjns nj3 jllQ Being JJarnhnrt to L Waner to Wright to hiof of military Mcu reported that tho hrOul strike Alvarez president Calles chief of staff announced Gen Manzo chief ations in Sonora Yacjul general Joso Matus with four trlbnl chieftains 53 InCrantrymon and IS cavalrncn had been surrounded at Ortiz The presidential SCORE BY INNINGS E 9 H and run play Mcusel grounded to who threw the ball Into the grandstand Under tho ground rules Gehrlg halted at third and Meusel at second up J3al one out side Foul strike one Ball two out side Meadows was giving Lazzerl nothing but curves three low Meadows fell doivji ijialclng this pitch and tho crowd laughed Foul strike two Lazzeri struck out swinging for tho third strike Dugan up Ball ITS THIRD STRAIGHT IlTTSBUKGH 11 Wiincr cf Uhyne 2h I Wuncr rf Wright ss Traynor 31 Unrtiliart AB K H O A E one outside Traynor threw out Duj Harris Ib gaii at first runs no hits c error two Icff FIFTH up Bali one outside Striko one called rphis was Spencer xo IcnIoivs p Cvongros u Groh TX 0 TV 0 0 New York Hurler Wins His Fifth Series Game Without Defeat Before Crowd of at Yankee Stadium BULLETIN YANKEE STADIUM NEW YORK Oct In a game featured by sensational pitching by Herb Pennock who xwon his fifth worlds series game with out a defeat and a home run by Babe Ruth the New York Yankees made it three straight from the Pitts burgh Pirates by winning today 8 to 1 before a crowd of more than 1 3 24 14 1 floater Bnll two inside Grn bowskl took Wrights high fly in front of the plate Tray nor up Striko one fnr Goncl1 ln called This vns another slow for Cvcngros in ninth strike sel one called i strlke Bnll one inside Trnynor fouled out lo Grabowski Bnrnhart up Foul strike one Bnll one high outside Combs mnrte n rcmnrlutble running The two Ihrea orderfor five innings and Pen nook had not allowed them a hit No runs no hits no errors none left up Foul catch ot Bnrnharts long tly Pirates had gone out in one rabowskl one two Ball one Grabowskl high lou sent all easy two Aleusel struck out Ball one outside swinging for the bureau declared that there hiul been further seces sions from tho Gomex rebel band Capt Leopold Cardenas Padllla ot the 70th cavalry regiment stationed Jit Yern Cruz which revolved rebels and with two other officers and five men returned to the loyal fed thircl strike Two runs tlirco hits no errors SKCOND INNING up Foul strike one Combs took Wrights short fly Trnynor up Bnli one Inside Strike one called This was a drop curve on tlio outside corner Strike two curve cut tho Inside cor ner of tlio plate Foul Lnzzeri came over fast nnd took Traynors ground oral forces Capt Padilla telegraphed cr his gloved hand and tossed presidential headquarters that he and him out art up Striko one his companions were deceived smother Barnharts joining the rebel movement and that grounder and got him it first No they left their regiment as Boon as runs un hits no errors None left they discovered it to be engaged In a I disloyal enterprise Report Moro Executions Gen Ijiicero commander of Strike the 73th took his regiment from Yern Cruz city allegedly actingon inspira tion from Arnulfo Gomez to join L rebel army which was supposed to I om Striko two swung zeii was going after wide hooks Ball one outside Lnzzerl fanned taking a third cnllccl strike It was Men dowsv strikeout Dugnn up Ball one outside Ball two outside Strike one swung Wright threw out heforming in tho northern part ofiDugon at first Wrights throw a Vera Cruz state The regiment is now j most pulled Harris oft the has Gra part of the rebel forco near Perote howskl up Bifll one low inside Press dispatches say the Gomez Striko one called Traynor took Grn fil i A Hi AUNT HET By Roberl Quilleu i ffK H clijiiL liurl my bank much to do wilhuiil a cor set but I shake so when I Buys Lalid Mills Store LAKE MILLS Oct J Pe terson from Hnyfleld has Isoi the stock nnd fixtures of the Mackle variety nnd will continue the business at the same stand PC Iterson who wns formerly of thin clLv also owns and operates asimiuir store nt Ilayficld Will Rogers FIRST NATIONAL STfJDIOS ECRBANK Oct where SJcretnrjICcllogg sent word to Mr Borah that We were not only going personally to conduct tho next Nlcaraguan election if necessary the marines would do a littlo voting on the side them selves Secretary of Davis was out to tho studio here yesterday lie told me he cant find any of Inbor to put tiie movies in Put em with politics ind they still be in nny classification P will win today CopyrlRht rebels General Manuel Celis nnd two other unnamed officers who attempted to leave them and rejoin the loynl nrrny The that bowskis hopper and got him at first No runs no hits mi errors none left THIRD iNNiNr up Strike one newspapers also have reports cnllcd Harris sent out n fly to more federal officers have Combs Gooch up Ball ono outside been executed In Mexico City charged I Strike one cnlieI Bull two with implication on tho revolt They nrc listed ns General lose Moran Col Knrlquo Barrios Gomez and Gen eral Liiis G Hermfsillo outside Strike two called Gooch fanned taking n third called Btrlke Pennock liacl hos cold curve ball working In prrcat shape Mcndoivs tip I Strike one Foul strike two Txizzerl runs no To Dedicate M E Church at Plymouth i f I Strike ono iwung Ball one Inside OUnCmV Oct 1D called This was a fast J ball the outside cornet Foul Ball tossed out Meadows No hits jjo errors none left YANKEES Tho crowd cheered Pennock as he walked to the plate Strike ono iwung Ball one Inside t Oct prog ress is V jg mnde in the prcpnrntion ot the which will be held here for the dedication of tho new Methodist church Sundny Oct 1C nc cordlng to tho William Gnl breth pnstor Services will bo held at 0 oclock in the morning and nt and oclock p m Full anj nounciMnont or tho program will tie made in a later addition of the GlobeJ Gazette two low Foul Foul out Pennock at first Rbyne threw Combs tip Two lowans Injured in Minnesota Wreck ST PAUL Oct Edwin Tristcr 21 and Melvlno Ladfi 17 both of Winterset wero in jurcrT horo when their nu lomoblle and a frelgiit I rain cabnoso wore n collision Trlstcr has tvn frac Combs lofted to L Waner Koentg up Strike ono called This wns n fast ball Inside Ball one high and outside Bnll two outside Foul striko two Wright mndo n beautiful catcU of Koenlgs seeming hit meed bnck Into center flelfl to get the bnll No runs no hits no i errors none Irfl FOURTH INNING Wnner tip Ball one low L Waner apparently tried to bunt but Umpire Moran cnllcd it n bnll Tlio Yankees gathered at the plate to kick Bnli two Rail three outside Strike one called Strike two called Lazzerl tossed out L Waner at first tho Yankees second coming lij fast to L slow roller Rhyno up fly to Wright Pennock up The i cheered Pennock ns ho cnmc to the pinto Bull one hish outside Foul KfrJko one Strike tivo oil Hod Pennock fnnned taking a called third strike Combs up Meadows took Combs bunt nnd tossed him out Jlea was pitching flno ball not hav ingallowed a hit eince the first Inn out five men No runs no hits iin errors none left SIXTH INNING NEW 1QBK Ciimlis cr Kocnip ss Until rl ftehric h Mousel If Lnzzcrl ib Grabowshi c AB H II Totals 4 3 4 4 Ii 2 1 225 L 1 1 0 2 13 003 lit 1 1 1 0 A E 0 8 0 27 13 0 for CJrabnwsliI in seventh Two foasn Kocnlp Knmfiarf Three laso Homo Loft on 2 New York Biiscs on Mcmluirs Struck Peimork up Strike one liy Meadows ti Motisrl called Striko two cnllcd Harris Liizzcri 2 Ruth by Cvcn wns thrown out nt first Pennock to Rros 2 Gelirip Gehris Goocb to Babo Iluth up Gooch filed Meadows up out The crowd gave Meadows a big hand for his good pitching Combs took Mea dows short hoist In rlfjiit center field short hoist In right No1runs no hits no none left tip Bull one low Khjno threw out ICoenig nt first Tlutii up Strike one callcci Bnll one oiltside Foul strike two Babe wns choking hig bnt ns he swung Foul Bnll two outsitlo Thig wns n very slow bnl nnd the crowd laughed Rhyno threw out Ruth nt first Gehrlg up Strike one swung Bnll one Inside Ball two outside T3nII three inside Gehrig got n doulilo into right for his second hit of the game Gooch went down to talk to Meadows Meusel up Bnll one high Foul strike one Foul strike two Meusel struck out reuolung for a third strike No runs ono hit no errors ono lelt SKVENTJI INNINfi Waner up Ball one Meadows 7 in fi J3 innings Crongrns 2 in 1 23 Cvengros 1 Meadows Ixisinj ows National nt plate Nnllin American third base luiKy National second Onnsby American first Time of cuinc to get JJazzcri at second Durst bat ted for Gfabowbkl Durst up Ball one liigli Ball two high Rhyne threw out Durst nt first Lazzeri go ing to third and Duijan to second Pennock up The Pirates infield cnmc In Bnll one inside Foul strike one Pennock tried to bunt ns the Kfiueczo piny was on but Pennock fbulcrt llio Strike two cnllcd was iilruost caught off third by GoochH inick throw scored when Rhyne fielded Pcnnocks slow rolr to Gooch Dtijran went o third Combs up Bnll one inside Rail two hijrh Striko one railed Striko two called Foul Ball three wide Dugrin scored on Combs single to right Ponnock irolng to third Koe YANKEES OUT EARLY TO PRACTICE BATTING SATURDAY FOOTBALL Followers of the RrtuJron for tunes of tho University of Iowa mlJ bo nhlo to lioar n play liy play rcporlN of tho game with Ohio State tomorrow In front of the GloliFjGaicKo ImQdlnp A Trlfo from tlio football 1 field will carry tho details of tho camo for local finis Tho football name follow tho world scries ball Ramo Jm mmllatcly in front of tho Globe Gnielte ImilOing By BELU Assoclatcl Press Sports YANKEE STABIUAT NEW YORK Oct by two successive victories over tho Pirates In Pitts burgh tho New York Ynnkees cnmo out fur tho opening world series gnniOH in New York today more than rwo hours before game time The Yankees were evidently bent on get ting in a little baiting practice Shey needed it In tho first game of enough to win handily yesterday The Yankees despite thefr early appearance found many of their friends to greet them JJcforo noon mnny pntient persons who stood in line to buy unreserved seats wero sit ting In them nnd Baying between yawns como on The big Babe one ot the first Tan tees on the field was given a big land nt sight and n great cheer when 18 wept up to hit The homo run king did not get the ball out oC tho linrlt on his tlmo tip but drove two terrific smashes Into deep right center Combs Tnlics Pictures Tha red coated band oC Pittsburgh was replaced by one all in gray The New York bandsmen sat out In tho sun while the Pittsburglicrs showed a preference for tlio shade Karl turned tho tables on a grouij ot photographers by appropria ting a press camera nnd mapping some baseball shots both stills nnd action Tlio crowd got Its first chance lo cheer long and lustily when Gehrlg junior homo run hitter of the Yankees drove two In succession high in tho right field bleachers Tony who suffered mi o Jurccl wrist in tho first gnmo of tinl l S Upreme L 0 U r t series allowed no blffns of his hurt yesterday nnd took his urn nt bnt tlng practice Ho was hitting Ilia ball oh n lino nml was npparrntly not wor ried by his bad wrist It wns tightly bnndngcd Both Pennock nnil Moore with tho blcachoru Gehrig then slnppcd Rnothsr the Hcnts Pitchers Ioso Ionnock nnd Aleadows poBcd to sether for photographers ns the Yan kess wont Uiru n fnst fielding Aa he warmed up Pennock nliowed no signs oC having injured knee bruised by n practice lino drive before tho aeries opened Lazzerf another Yankee casualty went thru fielding Ray Murchart his substitute also taking a turn at second base how reported fit for tho fray Pennock wan announced ns the Yanlco pitching selection This nomi nation was In defiance of a prediction that tlio Pirates aco nolson to loft bund pitching DELAYED Grants Gang Leader Writ of Error outside The Yanks complained striko me This wns L Waner had attempted to terrific liner into Pennock Strike one mlled Lnzzerl throw out scored on Kocnijrs double to right TUiyno up Du ti at firat JUiyno up gan tonk Rhjncs slow roller and threw him out Tt wos n brilliant piny by IJupran P up Tnz 2erl tooic P grounder and got him at first Tlio crowd cheered Combs went to third The Yankee artillery was now In full action ngor TiuBh ruslied out from the Jirntc bench nnd waved out ot the IKJK TvIcadoiVK wan the third starting pitcher lo bo knocked out of the box Pennock to tho echo No runs no j liy tlo Yankees The crowd cheered hits no errors noun left Rhytie popped lo Kocnig P tiirerl ribs and In suffering from i up Foul strike shock P Mancr r sent curve threw TriState Editors in S C Meeting to Hold Bus Session Today SIOUX CITY Oct spending the first liny in Informal nc tlvltlcs delegntcs attending the Tri StateKdltorlnl convenlion one hern were to conduct here tociny Hdltors of newspapers In j luwn Nebraska an ft South attending the sessions which will lend Saturday hot liner tn Dugnn No no hits no errors none Jeff YANKEES Tho crowd cheered Babe Ruth na he walked to tho plnte Ruth up Strike ono called This was a slow curve on the outside Strike two called This was another Ball him one outside Meadows another curve Hulh up Foul strike one Bnll one outside Foul strike two This wns a hot grounder and foul onlr by inches two outside Bnll three outside Foul I 7hot n single Into center with j ihc two and tllicc Dtignn up Tljp crowd took Dugans ljunt ant too Intc was a I wns In Kxeciillon oC tbo ilenth penally on arlcy Hlrgrr lOiithcrn Illinois gang lu lau un tlO KUIlronift one liniticlpatoii in court today It grantoil his pel I for a write of error nnd suprr scdcas Ilo had hoen scntcnceil to haiijT Ortobir in for llio murlcr of May or JOG Adams of City to The Local Weather American ures for 21 a m Friday Beet hour Sngnr fanned missing a slow ball JJ Gelirig up one called Ball J outside Foul strike two Meri dows trying a chnnpro of mixing a fast ball wth n curve Bnll two high Bnll three outside Oehris wns given n ticket to first bnso sol up Bnll one Inside On tlio hit northwest today Minimum At 8 a in Itnlnfall 12 j fir ni S Tbn rimR clfoino sini out thih inorninfi i ftor a u r i n jj vvhlrh T IK inrr cu ry sun U close to Lno Ircfx Ibo Uin1 ivaw hi tin1 Meadows to tlio echo as ho walked to the bench Cvengros went into the box for tho Pirates Cvengros warmed up displayinga fast curve Until tip Ball one inslrlc Bnll two outside Foul strilro one This was a grounder flown the right Hold foul line Strike two swung Until went after a wide rurvn rrasbefl n home run In riglit fiohl stands worlntr terrific drive and tho crowd an uproar Gehrig up Foul strike one Bnll one outside Foul j strike two Ball two outside Gcbrls struck out swinging for the third strike Mciisel up Strike one railed j JXiJl one Inside Hall Thin wris a slow ball Tinll three low strike I wo Foul Mouse sivumr nt thn third striko Sis runs four hils nt errors none loft K1GIITH INNING PJ Tho right field bleach ers roso iiul chccreii Habo Iluth walked to his position In right field licniiough now catching for Now Vork up flnll one nvilsldc WANER AND WANER PIRATE PLAYERS TO BE IN VAUDEVILLE NKW YOltK nnd Waner slnrrins with the Pirates tlinniilt tho seu sou will go raudcvillo this fnll on a f ronlract for firn wcelis IMDWS circuit nnnnunccd nnlurn of their net is vet to ho determined Paul and arc an 111 to hnvn good voices ncfjinnhiK Oct 15 tlic niitfiddors arc Iiooltpil for a ivcek enrh in St Joints Mnvtlsinil Hal Ilinorc and Now Vorli strilin unr Hnl three low Koonlg of i lilt taking tinI all on him ut up Strikj nno Tri Funeral Services for Dumont Woman Are Held Oct funeral ser vices for Mrs William Popiaga who died nt thn home of her rmrrnts near jDiimont Tuesday after an illness of jahout six months were hold Thurs day nt the nulhernn church with the Her F IT Voelkcr oflVclntlng ism a lilt Into left Pirnte hit of tlio IioM foi thr gimo I iru TtRN TO IAfiF IS This wns rcgardcii n gesture on tho pnrt of Moore who docs little if nny hitting They Register All Right When n grcnt otiljurst dovoloped In Iho blenchcrs nptinrentljwltbout ren son it wns fouml thnt the motion pic ture cnmcraTncn were asking bicarb frites tii register The ox cllcment was registered by tlio area men when n lino drlvo n tripod by inchos Tlio Yanks had been nt practice for ncnrly an hour when tho PJraUs im the field Tho worn given a Ittsty rlieer several of tin athletes wero en lied to thii cdgf of Ihn grnnd1 suind ivilllng to icltli mm rind women from Iheir homo rnil olherri wfrc nnt in world IjJlll his iilliihn chancf I ubfii lin ifnt n towering fly Into Ihi rlslit fifli stancb nml then fulluivcd with ono hlghmand fiirthcr POOR PA Jly Uallan fiUISC lie Iiiiuiiliutid In sin Ihcn slir slill had the Iloflric   

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