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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER THf AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE ASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY FIVE CENTS PER COPTASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 201 GOFF LEADING HOOVER IN WEST VIRGINIA POLICE BREAK UP YALE RIOT FOUR MEN HELD Mob Storms Police in Attempt to Rescue Jailed Comrades NEW HAVEN May hundred Yale students hurl ing brlclts and fruit stormed police headquarters early today in an effort to rescue six of their co irades Tvho had been arrested but they were un able to break thru the ranks of BO policemen massed before the entrance Bricks were thrown thru the win dows of the office of the chief of po lice in one of the worst student riots known in this More than 500 students participated in the twohour riot Police Capt James J White called in reserves from the outlying distriofc to whom he 1 sued the order send them to be or to the hospital or bring them here Six Students Arrested The students arrested were Gordo B Tweedy sou Prof H H Tweed of the Tao divinity school Herbei Stanley Council New York City Dan iel Goth Mlddletown and Ho land D Williams New York Cits and Hamilton Allen Onelda N Y The trouble started when a sewe machine working In the street dis turbed the slumbers of students i Faycrweather and Wright halls Some ono hurled a bottle whlc crashed against the machine and th next minute students from nearl every window laifl down a barrage o glass ware A rush for the campu then started and soon 500 men line the streets A flying sauaa was sent from police headquarters and Dean Clar ence Mendcll appeared In an attemp to pacify the ring leaders and sen pa some one pulled the trolle the wire a patrolma grabbeda student and started him to wards headquarters and the riot was on The students closed In on the police 1 in an attempt to rescue the studen and another of their number was ar rested during the ensuingbattle Sliidents Marched to Campus The students armed themselves witl bricks from a nearby street construe tlon job and stormed headquarters hi tho last desperate effort to release their comrades But the police reserves bad arrived and duringthe melee in front of headquarters two more Etu dents were arrested The police were pelted with old fruit and eggs Bricks were hurled thru the window sof the office of the chief police before the officers got the upper band and started a march to the campus Tho students were herded thru the campus gates which were then locked A detail of 20 policemen patroled the streets adjacent to the campus for several hours but no at tempts to renew the riot were made G A R Kept America THE UNKNOWN 89 Year Old Resident of Osage Mrs Ahrens Dies OSAGE May Mary Ah rens 89 died Monday night at the home of her son Herman Ahrens She was born in Germany and Is iur vived by fontgrown sons The fu neral will be held at 2 oclock Thurs day afternoon at tho Osage Lutheran church tho Rev F A Brauer pas tor of the St Johns Lutheran church in Cedar township in charge Burial wil be in St Johns cemetery Tribute Soldiers of Three Wars My Relay Athletes Are Arriving The best thing about the Intelligent minority is that almost everybody seems to belong to Star Courier IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair risins temperature Wednesday ur Thursday followed by cooler LOCAL STATISTICS GloboOazetto weather figures for hour period ending at oclock a Wednesday Hisliest Tuesday 71 Decrees lowest in NiRht 44 OeKrees At A M 53 Decrees Never did a Memorial day dawn more beautifully than this one For a time in the forenoon however It looked as If cloodg might obscure the sun Tho tcmperiiture was ideal both for personn I comfort and for growing crops DIRIGIBLE ON TRAINING TRIP Los Angeles to Visit Pitts burgh During Start of Balloon Race LAKEHURST N May naval dirigible Los Angeles ook off at 3 oclock daylight time lis morning on a training flight as ar west as Pittsburgh where the na tional balloon elimatlon races will start this afternoon The ship was in command of Lt Com C E Rosendahl and carried a crew of 43 officers and men Prior to the takeoff It was announced that the route to be followed would depend upon the visibility conditions The Los Angeles planned lo cruise for several hours over Pittsburgh and the field where the balloon races are to start returning to itg station to night Will Rogers BEVERLYHILLS May 29 told you not to be too optimis tic about the senate resigning They filibustered all last night We pay for wisdom and we get wind Andy Payne didnt get his money but they took him to Washington and let him see Mr Coolidge That will go down In history ns the look ir lie didnt see Mr Coolidge he was stuck Charley Paddock tlie great run ner was in the east training for the Olympics and they drag him clear back to Los Angeles to make film run a special race to raise money I guess the most profes sional thing we have in America an amateur association A dollar Is vnlued more than a stride Yours WILL ROGKRS Cnpyricht Local Cinder Meet Will Be on Thursday Five Stakes Send Represen tatives to Mason City Track Carnival Mason City was Wednesday becom ing the mecca of star track and field athletes from five states who were here to compete in the National Relay championships the only event of its kind In the United States The 286 athletes from 33 schools were eligible to compete for team and honors in tho mammoth track classic at Hoosevelt stadium Thursday Colorado Nebraska Illinois South Dakota and Iowa were the states to be represented with of course the Hawk eye state having the most schools en rolled Sterling Ynnkton and Washington high Sioux Falls S were expected to afford com petitors from the tall corn state keen rivalry Prelims Hooked in Morning Preliminaries in the 220yard low iiirdlcs 100yard dash pole vault iroad jump discus throw high Jump shot put and Javelin throw will be started at tho local athletic field at 0 a m with tha finals starting at 1 p m Officials predicted that the meet vlll ho the largest In tho history of the carnival which wns organized threo years ago by J Leonard Kline local athletic director Points how ever nro expected to bo well dis DEAD IN CHINESE BATTLE Fighting Continued for Days Along Railway Line TOKXO May A from Tientsin today said heavy fight ing was In progress along the Peking Hankow railway between northern troops and Shansl province troops al lied with the nationalists The battle which began last Satur day was reported to have taken a toll of lives The Shansl army was attempting to draw the main force of Mululenltes northerners Into the the province to Shansl to the west In orde to weaken the position of the northern allies on other fronts The movement was Intended to a low troops under Gen Feng Yu Hsiang nationalist ally to break thru o tho east of the railroad at the strategic center of Hokienfu about 70 miles southwest of Tientsin NOBODY CLAIMS VICTORY AFTER FIRSTJJALLOT Friends of Hoover Are Hoping for Swing to Their Candidate UfASHINGTON May Hat of the delegates to the Kan sas City convention have been select id ami none of the candidates for tho presidential nomination i claiming enough strength to win 01 the first ballot The winner must gain a majority 545 Hoovers managers Bay he hat almost that many delegates in the bag now Tho last minute trend they predict will benefit the commerce sec retary mid clinch his nomination be fore tho convention reading cleric gets warmed up to callingthe roll Aa Hoovers political foea see It however this wont happen They have contended all alongthat hla man agers have been taking Jn too much territory with their claims They insist ha is far from in and events from now on right up to the moment of balloting will unmake Hoover rather than make him IJowden Might Hare 300 former Illinois governor will have TURN TO PAGE 1Z COLUMN 8 29 RAGE CARS GET AWAY FOR 500MILE RUN BULLETIN SPEEDWAY INDIANAP OLIS May Leon Duray race favorite set the pace at the start of the jrind and clipped off the first lap at the rate of 113 miles an lour His time for the first two and onehalf miles was SPEEDWAY INDIANAP OLIS May Twentynine baby racing cars 1 defiance from their Local Veteran Gives Address at Cemetery Following Patriotic Parade CITV paid its customary trl to the soldier dead Wednes day when a throng gathered to see tho parade of veterans of threo wart and to attend the service at tho ceme lory where ono oC tho citys own vot crans Col Hanford JlacNider gave tho Memorial day address The address oC the former Legion chief and war secretary was a rev rent tribute to tho members of the 5rand Army of tho Republic who ho said kept alivo the spirit that built America and won for her tho respect of tho Tho speaker lauded the eCCorts of those who earnestly at tempted to formulate some worth while plan for abolishing war tor Ihe knowing what war is Is ready to encourage movements for peace 3n tlio other hand Colonel MacNider irot out the efforts oc the pacifists mist be guarded against Parade started at 1 The panulo to tho cemetery started it 9 oclock from the Hotel Hanford novhiR south on federal avenue leaded by C F Helble marshal ot the lay Roy Johnson chief of utaff and 13 G Gashel president of the mem orial association The national guard companies ormed the escort for the veterans of three wars tho G A K members riding In automobiles A second divi sion was made up ot womens aux llaries with an escort of Sons ot Un ion Veterans School children citizens other organizations made up the third section of the parade Tho muni cipal corjjSiijfl the bigh ischool bant the martial Service Was Impressive The cemetery service was an impres sive one The day and the sottingwere aeal A number by tho municipal band opened tho program after which the Rev A C Stowa of the Church o Christ gave the Invocation The mas singing of America under the dlrec ion of the band the reading of the general order No 1 by E Q Gnshel Imlrmaii of tho veterans memorial as oclatlon and tho decoration of the HONORS G A R COL MiicNlDEK Blemorlal day fa he day of the O A Colonel IMncNIder told hose who jratherecl to pay their tribute to the nations dclomlors at Ihe ceinelery Wednesday morn BASE SHIP IS BACK WITHOUT FINDING ITALIA Search for Explorers to a REED NEXT TO GOV SMITH IN EARLY RETURNS Favorite Son Candidate Keeps Notch Ahead of Secretary CHARLESTON W May from 630 pre cincts out in yesterdays primary civc For presiilenl nepublican Goff Hoover precincts llpcd SnJlh W May Stales Senator Guy D Goff favorite son candidate for ho republican presidential nomlna lon had a Blight lead over Secretary of Commerce Hoover in the West Vir ginia primary returns early today The lead had seesawed back ana forth ill night bul willi 107 precincts out if tho In tho state tabulated Coft was credited with against lloov Gov Al Smith Now York serfdntf Lhc democratic presidential preference vote maintained a steady hut slight cad over Senator James A need Mis souri In rnuo precincts gave Smith ami Heed Iuc to the exceptionally long ballot tho returns wime in at n snallllko pace Several county election boards postponed their tnsk until today tho Wood county clerk having shut up shop when only one of the 56 districts in that county had reported returns lie had hopes tho tabulation would be completed today The stalo will send 13 uninstruoted delegates to the Kansas City republi can convention anfl 16 Houston f parry Y by details of Boy Scouts followed I Tournler sang veterans anc There Is N tributcd among a largo number of closely matched teams Eeltcrsall Is Coming Headlining the list of sports headR to be here la Walter Eckersall famed now ns a writer of sports events but once renowned for hl3 deeds on the gridiron and track under University of Chicago colors n Kick Barker md Moray L Eby athletic directors it Cornell nnil Corcolleges respec tively will nlso assist in the offlciat TURN TO IAGE 12 COLUMN 8 Night Court Session Held to End Testimony of Doctor in Lewis Case OTTUMWA May the first night session of court out of the way the first degree murder trial of T Everett Lewis for the slaying of John F Webber local banker stood In adjournment today over tho holiday Last nights session was held to com Pleta cross examination of Dr Francis 1 Gcrty of Chicago superintendent of the Cook county psychopathic hospital who maintained as a rebuttal witness for the state that Lewis was sane at the time of tho killing Ho said Lewis 13 of a lower mental classification but The state Is attempting to tear down the defense claim that Lewis Is insane ungs of steel roared away at LO oclock today in the start of he 500mile automobile face over the Indianapolis motor speedway It was an inspiring spec kle for the countless thou sands who filled the huge grandstands and lined the nner and outer rails all arounc he two and a half mile brick rack After two rainstorms early his morning the skies clearec an hour before the start anc the sun was shining as the tiny racers shot away on theii perilous journey Leon Duray Los Angeles a veteran of the racing world remained a favorite with the crowd with Cliff Woodbury Chicago Cliff Bergere Los Angeles and Anthony Gullato sharing the spotlight Peter De Paolo nephew of the famous Ralph De Palma watched the race from a stretcher in the judges stand De Paolo always a contender in recent races was smashed up Jast week while trying to qualify his car j ji ti t jtj Death by OHara at tho request of ocal patriotic orders Mrs Sherman elland accompanied him on a mlnla ura piano Jolm Wallace local high chool student gave Lincolns Gettys urg address Tho auxiliaries decor ted the monument to the unitnown eat following which a double quartet f Legionnaires and Legion auxiliary lembera sang Tho address by Colonel MacNider rna then followed by a salute o tho dead by a detail from F corn any of the national guard taps by he American Legion bugle corn and Star Spanned Banner by the band The address of Colonel MacNirter who left Immcdately after tho service for where ho was to sneak Wednesday afternoon follows MacNIDER SPEAKS The wonder Is that such men ns Hoover consent to become Ihe targets if the political srandal Cedar Rnpids Cashier of Fertile Bank Gets Job at Matawan Minn FERTILE May Hanson viio hart been assistant cashier at the anlc here the year has accepted n position ns enshier of the now hank nt Mntaivnn Minn Mo will leave to take up his work there lunn 1 Mrs Hanson wlli romnln here until a suit able house Ja foun This Is tho day of tho Grand Army of the licpublk consecrated to the memory of their honored dead They et us share It with them The genern TURN TO TAGB 12 COLUMN 2 GETTYSBURG TO BE CAIS HOST Presidents Memorial Day Address Scheduled for 2 OCIock GETTiSUURG May AP historic little battlefield town of Gettysburg today wns host to Pres cient Coolldge tnd thousands of Mem orial day visitors Many of those who annually mnke ho pllgrlmngo arrived Inst night an1 intels and private homes thrown open o them were quickly filled The na tional colors flew from hundreds of and every home Governor Fisher with cavalry and nrtlllcry arranged to meet President Mrs Conlldpe and tho white muse military staff early this after noon Prior to the presidents arrival ho foaturo was a civic pararle of vet erans of tho Civil iml World wars augmented by thou sands of school children each npr a bouquet Tim presidential program fnHudil a visit to the Xatlonnl cemetery for in address with radiocasting hy ihc KINGS BAT Spltzbergcn May base ship Cltta 131 M lano arrived at Kings Bay at micl night unsuccessful In her efforts t obtain a faint trace of the missing dirigible Italia find her crew of IS men The sturdy ship tvliicli was buffet by heavy winds and Ice floes In the Polar sen off tho northernmost part of Spitsbergen will go north again to renew the search when tho senler Hobby arrives from Norway carrying Lieut Liielzow Holm and a hydro airplane In which tho Norwegian flyer will reconnoltcr the region in which the Italia may have come down senatorial candldato I nominated over Gov Howard Gore and Benjamin Rosenbloom Each re turn Increased Hatflelds lead the laBt tally showing 510 precincts giving him with for Gore and for Hosenblaom In the republican gubernatorial race William G Con Icy led with votes in 605 precincts IT Roy Waugti had polled On Ihe democratic side 433 precincts gave A Alfred Tay lor a slight lead over Dr Gory Hogg with four other candidates trailing A complete slate oC state officers also was voted for with more than 000 candidates listed tliruout the state some county ballots bearing 500 names causingn tabulation WIND HINDERS RESCUE OSLO Norway May With a strong wind piling up ico floes Tlong the northern coast of Spits bergen and blocking search by pea Italian troops hunting tho missing dirigible Italia were plodding over tho snow ami ice of the north today The first expedition which will try lo find the Italia by flyins over the forbidding Polar regions was steam ing north toward Spitsbergen aboard sealing ship Alplno chasseurs who formed part of Gen Umhcrto Nolillcs base crew at Kings Bay were landed from the nolheiship Di Mllano for a onp trek over land io Wijde Fjonl on the northern coast ot west Spitz TURN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 8 Lindbergh and Party on Way to California WICHITA May lot Charles A Lindbergh accom anied In his Ilyiiii monoplane by Col lenry BreckenrldKe of St Louis and Maj Thomas Detroit ook off from tho Wichita airport at 3 oclock this morning on their flight o California It was reported thnt hey may Ktop for fuel at Denver or Jluvls N M GIANTS CARDS WIN CONTESTS BROOKLYN N May ho New York Giants defeated tho Brooklyn 0 to 1 in tho morn ng gnmo of their holiday bill Inking i lead in th first inning and ng tho Kiime tliruout rjoak who tarted for tho Robins was punished evercly and McWeeny wns no better finishinfr York 115 II i nrmildrii 9 li Fauchncr and 0FarrelI Doak McWeeny Ehrhardt nnd Ifar Jght Company Given Eagle Grove Franchise RAGLE GROVE May Grove voters at a special election held yesterday decided to grant a 15year franchise to the Iowa Public Service company The vote for tho franchise was liil for and 161 against For the strain GO I for and 330 AVant Sliattnp Rink BRICICJYvN May agitation on part of several local men for a permanent skntlnK rinlc to bo built here The building would bo situated where the old hotel stood AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen ST LOUIS GETS ONE chain beginning time at 2 p m riTTHBURGII May ouis fell on threo Pirn to pitchers tor 8 hitH anil defontcd tho Buccaneers 0 to 1 in thn morning gamo ot the Memorial day bill hero today Sf Louis 101 J8 1 riltsburcli 000 151 Sherdol nnd Wilson Mlljus Barthol omew Spencer nntl Hems ley Mussolini is writing his rnphy and it is thot it will receive a frlpnclly reception by iho Hall LcniUr The nearest I ever come to hatin Pa was when I nearly died havin my first boy an 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