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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1927, Mason City, Iowa tf if W AND MASON CITY MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY OCT 8 1927 K iinjojsm II M Football EXTRA Price 5c Hawkeye Players Make Big Line Gains in Battle With Ohio Staters at Iowa Gity BULLETIN IOWA FIELD IOWA CITY Oct State won from Iowa 13 to 6 in the opening of the western conference championship season today The Buckeyes got the scare of their lives when the green and untried Iowa warriors beaten for three periods opened up with passes in the fourth period and scored one touchdown and threatened to tie the score Eby scored Ohios first touchdown by picking up a fumble and Alber chalked up the second on a pass from Eby scored for Iowa in the fourth ona pass FIRST QUARTER punting uaai which culminated In Glassgow of Iowamaking a fair catch on his 45 yad line OhioState was penalized 15 yards and Iowa made another first down to Ohios 20 yard line where tho Hawk eyeslost the ball on an intercepted pass After carryingthe ball hack to Ohios 41 yard line Ohio punted An Iowa punt was short but Iowa recovered an Ohio fumble on the 43 yard line Eby of Ohio punted to Iowas three yard line Another short Iowa punt was recovered on the 13 yard line An attempted field goal by Grimm Ohio from the IS failed After an exchange of punts tho quar ter ended with Iowa having the ball on its yard line Score Iowa 0 Ohio Slate n SECOND QUARTER Eby lost six yards Eby punted out On Iowas 40yard line Glasgow made three yards Pass Glasgow to ONeU Incomplete Glasgow punted to Ohios one yard line panteil to turned to bilious 35yard GlnsKOW hit right tacklefor two He added another at center Glasgows pass on Ohios 13 yard line Eby lost three yards Cory crashed the center for lour yards Eby punted to Glasgow who re turned to Ohios 46 yard line Hagerty made a yard Glasgow lost two yards Glasgow got three yards at center Cooley nunted to Grimm on Ohios 17 yard line Cory fumbled and Brown recovered on the 20 yard line Arrhil replaced Hagcrty at lull and Smith for Glasgow at right half for Iowa Armil smashed Tor three yards Iowa was penalized yards for unnecessary delay Grimm batted down Smiths pass behind the goal lino Ohios ball on its 20 yard Hue Eby smashed for eight Cory made three yards First down on Ohios 33 yard line Cory made a yard Oshner replaced Cory at fullback for Ohio Eby mads threo yards Eby attempted a pass TURN TO PAGE 13 York Yankees won the baseball champion ship of the world at Yankee Stadium by defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates for the fourth straight game Th e score was 4 to 5 The players on the pennant winning team readin g from left to right first row Dutch Reiither Joe Benny Bengough Myles Thomas Mike Gazella Ray Morehart iwkAv Tnp fiijivrl Tnlm HiaVinivolri fnonV Babes Homer in Fifth Breaks 11 Efe Bushmen Come Back in Lucky ff Seventh to Even Count Again By BRIAN BELL A P Sports YANKEE STADIUM NEW YORK Oct The New York Yankees won the world baseball chartipiori ship today by defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates for the fourth straight time The score was4 to 3 and Combs scored the winning run in the ninth inning when Miljus made a wild pitch with the bases full The end of the game was an anticlimax Miljus who relieved Hill orvthe mound I SPpn fVif HacAo j rL e i Joe Benny Bengough Myles Thomas Mike Gazella Ray Morehart Miljuwl orelieved HilL S GTiHnnw Shawkey Joa Grabowski Coach Charley OLeary Man had seen Jnd TUnf f Wera Pat Collins Standing row Lou Geh rig SSiSr arl Combs Don Miller Waie Hojt Tony Lazem aftd to get Hit tip of hisPglove iviaity urban bnpcKer Leone Durst Dr A A Woods trainer the winnmomr IOWA Grimm Sefelciiser Woslni Brown Nclsoiv c Ctthel ONeal Schmidt Glasgow Hascrty OHIO STATE LE LG KG 151 KK in nun FR ncii Uritril Cox Ullcry Meyer c Ittiskowski Uownn Grimm Khy Cory Referee C K Rlclridgo Michigan umpire A If Held Michigan field judge II C Hedges Dartmouth head linesmnii H Ij liny Illinois Isl 2nd 3rd Final Mason City H S Algona H M C Jr College Rochester Iowa Ohio State Iowa Simpson Bcloit Cornell Columbia DcPauw Drake Navy Des Moines S i Monmouth Indiana Chicago Illinois Michigan Michigan 1st 2nd Final Oklahoma A M Utah Northwestern Washington Missouri Mines Oklahoma U Boomers Yale Georgia Notre Dame Detroit Lehigh Marquette Army Dartmouth FIRST INNING was a Ing cheer as Iho Yanks trotted out to their po sitions Moore tossed up a few to Collins heat out a Iv Waner up hit to short the winning run FOURTH GAME OPENS IN SEMIDARKNESS kces kicked Barnhart tip one ealled This was a fast hall Koenig threw nhiirt at first Jj IVancr going to second 1 Wniier up Ball one low inside Eli gan threw out P Waller at first Waner holding second Wright up on Wrights single lo right Wright went to second on Ruths throw to the plale tip Dugan took Traynors hnl snmsh Innings 1 2 4 RI 6 7 8 9 and pouched out Wrlglft One run two liils no errors one leff up one called Ball one outside Cnmbs singled Into right mude n hard try for it but could not reach the ball Kocnis up Foul strilifl one Koenip Ninuled into rijhl Combs holding nt second Smith went down to to Hill Riith tip J3nil one Inside Foul strike one ConihH on Ruths to rlgiit XoenTp going to third Oehris up Ball one wide Foul strike one Strlko two snunRr Rail two Inside Oehrie struck for the third strike Meusel up Strike one called Strike two swung stole second Meusel fanned taking a third called strike kazzerl up Ball one outside Strike one EWIIIIR Ulll halted tbo play until he could wipe his spectacles Strike two called Lazzerl struck out taking a third called strike The crowd cheered Hill ivho hnd pitched himself out of a lind hole Ojic run three hits no errors i two Icfl nlKlt Inside strike nne called Ball iwo outside Strike tivn Hill n on tlio Bail Ilircn dutside Smith kicked on this one tlm hall cut the corner of tbo plate Collins Inshcd 1 two hase hit into left Tho complained n spoclnloi The score had Ih hall Mnoic up Slilko one called Wright Ihicw oul Alooro first Collins linldlng sec onrl up rombf No runs one lilt no errors ono Jeff Timm INMNG Waner up It was quite dnrk nnd dltTiulL lo follow the flight of the ball It sprinkled a nL times Strike one called Brill one innide r stnplnd sharply prist Uiigiin Mayor walker was given i cheer as he entered llio stadium NVriflit up Wright liit Into a doidile Lnzzerl took Wrlfihts grounder touched r Wanor and tlien threw Wright out at first Tnynor up Hall one rf liiirnlirirt If 1 rf ss Jh irnndmin Harris Ih Siniih c ioorii c Hill p Ydc Miljus p Totals outside Strike one called Unli SBCOXI tivo loiv Foul strike three outside Foul Foul Meusel gathered in Traynors lonff fly No runs one hit un errors none lefl up rolilicd Koenig of a hit biking tho had hack on the grass and throwing him out Ruth up Hall one high Strike one called Ball two outside Bull three outside Kuth grounded out to Harris unassisted Umpires onf Hall shot up Ormshy unrV conferred at plate with CiMirh nnd Man llot ngei Bush Oilman tool Graiithams tlc siCW ball hunt and thrcw him out Ball one outside Rail two low outcf side HanIs cot a IJugiin j rOLRTII INNING OchiiR up nail Hall two low Strike J flrantlKim took Gchriss nnd tossed him out Hill inn runs nn hils mi errors none Smith up Bail one wide and side Smith filed put to Kulh Hill up Tiie Tirnte pitclieiwas applaud ed as h0 walked to the plate IVill one low two inside Ball three outside Strike one called Hill got a base on halls the fourth pilch lieinv low lj wancr up Ball one Inside Strike one swung StrlUo two JWung Foul L Wanor scratched in Infield hit which Moore could not icld and the bases were filled hart up Ball one outside Bnll two ow Foul strike one took riarnhnrts grounder and touched sec ond No runs two hils no errors hrec left up WriRht threw out Dugan at first Wright took tha ball back on the grnss nnd mnde a long throw Collins up Ball one up Ball one low inside Ochrlg took GtMnthami and touched first Harris up Hall one low Strike one swung PIRATES WALK PLANK fill to wins is the official AH It H 0 A Assoeialeil Sporls Wiiter YA NICE K STADIUM XKW TOW 1C Oct playing three isnniCH in sunshine tiie New York Yankees and Pittsburgh thud a chance today to present their world scries act In seinldjirkuefcs Bain during Iho night and curly nininlng mused hut the rail i slopperMxfort noon and nltho the skies were nverrasl wlirn Ihe Yanlccrs loik tho field fur prospects tlm pntno brighlfr than the grny clouds Tlio Yankcfsi IKU eiionch in nffKol the clniiny RuiroundljiKs nf llu Kieat slaclinni The American IrngneiA with thren victories storml nway n KfiClllelyHint they iau tiikell ImiT little in Ihcv All Iho liiat Ilic sorles an hour heCore gnmc time giving the Babe n good target Moore Called liy IlnKKlns Thn rirates came out and followed the Yankees nt the plats for batting practice loo Duwsou Kent out to pitch to tho hitlers Jn the last two games Kmil 1dc a southpaw has done the batting practice pitching Huggitts named Mrjore hig griiit roller pitclirr who appeared in his favorite rule in the first gnrno of Iho series Monre really n great said Muggins He will bent Ihe was n InsL leg Pintles Dow 3nIO 2B 12 3 Ran for Smifh in seventli Balled fur Hill in seventh a Two out when winning run seorcil NEW YOKK AH It H O A K Vinilis cf 4 Knenip ss Until rf leiiris ll Mensel if 21 Collins a Moore p hul Not Oul rimlcs in spile nf three bnrd II j wallops In the jnw were down but djiiot nut and Mnuagfr llonie Busli said 0 liri found great cntnfnit In the tliot that wn nunthrr Tiie pilrhinsselections IK 1 announced after yesterdays game hut nubjoit to last miinitn as n rc sult in the ualhpr revcrFnl llujrgins was expected to depend on Monre vlioso sinks an much on a cloudy day a when the 25 MEN TRAPPED IN UTAH MINE Workers Arc Believed Safe After Fire Breaks Out in Pit M Utili Oct Twenty five wrrc traviped pn tho root level of a mine here lriidiy night when frifs broke out Al tho I lie miners rue helievcd res as whether send Oinuc IK with hl i n i it n 0 Z 0 5 1 1 3 2 j n 1 nro at Jhf fire Is estimated to have causcd Defective is believed In have caused the blazn Flames destroyed tho compressor room tiie blacksmith shop and the niachinn shop to bring the trapped out hy the mlln shaft proved futile rurve ID itirtnnd or call out a pitch er with i more pronounced Imp mi his f Au 1 Ucsco Women Attend 37 J 12 27 17 2 base llnme Stolen Waner I IJounlc In can o Lizzerl to Cielirig Traynor to Wrifiht to Harris Left on Iisl one The Vmikres serirs is aKaliist rurvo hall MB Piinles have thrown it them unlll Iheir pllcherr all hnve ciooked inns nnd no stnrtlnjj Iirate pitrhrr finished L Thu pllcliinc tho Pirnfs in ho serics IMS heen contributed by lohn Miljus who mixed a few Rood frift halls with a lot ot fiuick Ijrraklnsr cnrvrs Miljus nllowcrl only lilt nnd un runn in four innings oC Northwoocl Convention fet deleKatei from the various womens elubs of Cresin attrndfd the nnnunl nonventlon of Kedeiviled luhs at tills wrrk Ihe nllmliniinilurlrd Mrs D W district Mrs W T Diiiv dislrict committee member Mrs Hupene Irvine county chnirnianvMvs 3 Hils Ycslmlnj Yonhs yesterday dissipated Harris Kot a sinffle Into risht for Coiiihs off Moore 2 second hit Smith i Smith forced to ilill lip Strike one called Ktrik Hill was thrown out nl rim rnllins to Gehrig No runs one Iiil no errnrs ono left Meuscl up Strike OII swung wns tliroivn first Trnynor to linnis Rail one inside Sliike one Slriko two out ai first Diigan up StrutIt Hill fi llnrris Mcuscl 2 Mnojr Ball one Traynnr ly Miljtis 3 Moore Ochric off Hill in r Innings Mlljns S in Z 23 innings Hill 3 Miljus I Winning Ildi Herb Pennock whi a decided list ljl 1 i F B Ijomas repressnrlng tb5 FrlendB I in Council Jlr E R Damonand Mrs F Davenport tlis Tuesday club Mrs G C Churcli thn Clio club Mrs 11 M Normann Mrs Barker Mrs L P Sanhorn and Mrs W TJ Mltclill the Tncntieth Century two swung Aiueri i nd TriSlale Editors to Close Convention Foul strike one singled lonn piat Jiiicley Nnlinnnl first Niitinnnl seninil Nnlliu lAm Tlmn of Game sinplerl into left and IIIKI nors head Collins called Strike two up Strike one swung Collins wlien j TIKN TO t inrt gave the Oorsairs only three club hifn yestordav nnd never In lieinr murdprerl The at the heine of Plrntes in the third not X Jlousn lia IOjn inrlirTpfl fnr manslfiuslit An Thillt Ih1 while the IKIIHI pltiycd frw I iirnifiri ird rinrly filLivnls rhceiril lift Icrrifif drivrs into Hie riclii field StOLX flTV Ort lie off linn tif officers oiu oC tho mntr IKKhipixd his huine vuii of tcrs up fur at tlm into Ihe field liicaehIwsisions of the nnmiiil coiiventloV of fs lilif The hfrs in Kuilis own par1 here todny This is the third andfinal titular tcrrilory had filled tiiay uf the
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