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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS Piiii corr ASSOCIATED LEASED WIRE REPORT NEWS SUPP7EMJ3OTAI SERVICENOW Herbert Hoover TAKE FIRST GAME 4 TO 1 CANDIDATE YANKS AND CARDINALS OPENED SERIES TOLD SECTION IS UNCERTAIN South to Get Bid for Support in Speech Saturday By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Stajtt Writer Oct 4 at d tentlon centered now upon the present exigencies of campaign Hoover Is leaving to tu 1tura his precise program lor the clos liing days ot the presidential contest IJHis chlet concern for the time being Is ifthe eastern sector oC the country from ho receives varying reports OB tho outlook Some of these araot lia very pessimistic nature while oth are less gloomy Assessing the whole the republican candidate Is convinced IJtliat tha real fight Is along the eastern I Atlantic seaboard from Jerseys shores fio the point where begins the rock 1 lined coast ot Maine and his efforts are directed toward strengthening j the party ramparts there Personal Visits to Help Leaders In that section believe that lis personal visits to New York City and New England vill ba ot great Jjenefit and that after hla personal with the workers and his In New York and jn Boston theca will a FightlnHEast lonal ticket v Such party of New of Penn sylvania have frankly told the can didate that persistent work roust bo done in tho east 1C the party la to hola which in national elections i usually has been reasonably certain ot I long before election day j The situation In the south tlao It one to which Hoover 13 directing some his energies and hs personal bid for in that section will be made I Saturday In hla visits to Elizabeth ton land Johnson City Tenn In both of llwliich towns lia will make addresses II Willie this is largely republican tcr It Is well into the southland Hoovers messages will be directed part at least to all oC tho country of the Mason and Dixon lins m West Is Not Neglected 1 While the candidate himself Is dl 1ecting much of hia energies to the Ijerritory lying to north and south oC BMs personal headquarters here the Brest Is by no means being neglected liththe campaign there being pressed 1lgorously by Senator Curtis vice presidential candidate and by Senator KvjtJiam E Borah of Idaho who is cov rins mucli of the territory traversed By the democratic presidential candi Tite 1 On Tils trip to Elizabetliton upon Ihich he sets out tomorrow night loover will bo accompanied by 1 lover their eon Herbert Jr and Akerson his personal assiat it With only a day set aside for the lilt to Tennessee the nominee faces Schedule only a little lees strenuous Sin he had on his recent trip to NW Jsey Played th SMITHS NEXT TOUR TO BE IN EASTERNSTATES Final Week of Campaign to See Another Drive in North IOWA FORECAST Showers Thursday afternoon or Smiiirstlny night nnd possibly iu ftxiroino southeast portion Fri lay morning Cooler Thursday iit nml in extreme east nnd Ioutli portions Friday LOCAL STATISTICS frubcGi7ette weather figures for 21 lur period ending at S oclock a m J u rulay Highest Wednesday 7fi Degrees Jfowest In Night rn Decrees 8 A JJI Thursday Git Degrees Trace of rain llain had just begun to fall Tluirs morning when the GIobeGnzettes Bather man took his daily observa in It continued to fall tho not in By Treat quantities thruout tin part of the forenoon Wednos maximum of 73 dofrrcos was the rhest recorded In two weeks or more By HAROLD OLIVER Associated Iresa Stnft Writer A LBANY N Y Oct 4 nor Smith ia proceeding with the mapping out his future campaign plans along lines which ho believes arc most effective In the light of experi ence sained from his first two weeks invasion of the west While keeping silent on the number of speeches he expects to deliver on lls second swing beginning next week where they will take him the dcmomcrallc presidential nominee is expected to chart his course around the eastern half cf the country prob ably talcing a dip into the solid south before touching several border states arftl then completa ltie circle will speeches In mora northern states How Ions this trip will take and what subjects the nominee will discuss are not known definitely but it is cer tain that he will reserve the flnnl week of the campaign a whirl wind finish the Atlantic seaboard states His speeches then will be in moro rapid order and probably will be confined to the atrip between Boston with Baltimore as well ns those cities with New York getting tho final ad dress on tho Saturday night before election Definite announcement oC the sched ule lor thc next stumping tour will be made by the governor himseIC in a few days Meanwhile he Intends to get 13 much rest as possible and to limber up on the golf Jinks He making no political engagements Had Planned ioEndJLife Friends Claim Meda Caughlin Talked of Poisons ATX1ONA Oct Mcda OaushJin 2S yeir old Algona girl who was found dead in her room at Omaha Tuesday after talcing a quan tity ot poison had contemplated tak ing tho fatal slop was made known here by receipt of information that the girl had made inquiries of her as sociates at KOIIv CouueU muffs which station she was publicity direc tor resardinsr various poisons ami where they could be bought It has developed that the girl liad wtih Harold Filr and Gordon SCORE BY INNINGS 1 S 4 5 6 7 H E CARDS OUDDIDDDDn EQ I Q YANKS DtD PLAY BY PLAY Tl FIRST INNING Cnrdinals A mighty cheer arena as tha Yankees trotted out on the field While they were tossing the ball around the moving picture men snap shotted Judgo Lnndia as ha stood poised to throw out tho first ball Meanwhile the discussed ground rules wilh Captain Frlsch of the Cardinals and Coach OLcary of the Yankees iSulli got a good hand as he hobbled out to ijght Held lie llmpeil perceptibly as he trotted along There wus some delay until the ss photographers could get oft the field I x Hoy t warmed up leisurely In the box Wouthtt Owens Insisted P that every photographer be ore the xx field before he permitted Hoyt to pilrli P I lift first bull Joutlit polished his i wilh Kiime dirt ami stepped to the i PhUe BI one mriko one Iasrlial if f HOYT DIDNT WAIT ST IOUtS NI AH IS H O A K Dmifhif HiKh lih 1Visrh 2b If Harper rf I SUPERIOR HURLING OF NEW YORK MAN BLOCKS ST LOUIS Bottomleys Homerun in Seventh Only Tally for Cardinals Yankee Hurler Grants Visitors but Three Hits By ALAN J GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor YANKEE STADIUM NEW YORK Oct Cnppled but still playingchampionship ball the New York Yankees made their hits count today and beat the St Louis Cardinals 4 to Lin the opening game of the worlds series be fore a record shattering crowd unofficially estimated at 75000 Called Tills a flsl oin on Iho in sKJe Foul slrikd two Hull two liiwli inside Doulliit went oul Lawari to Gelivijr Yankee lit 10 close Foul strllia onp High sent uia high fly tu Pustclm1 trisch crowd uppliiutled Iho New York boy Ball one liluli out side Strike one called Thin was a drop curve over the plate Ball two OWA MAN DIES IN AUTO CRASH Ottumwans Car Turns Over After Hitting Soft Dirt at Culvert OTTUMWA Oct 4 WGcorge Myers of Ollumwa 20 was instantly killed shortly before midnlghi Wed nesday when an automobile in which lie was riding turned over on federal highway No M near Fremont Tlfilph aiycr of otlmmvn his cou sin was uet seriously Injured Tho accident is believed to have boon caused by tho far striking a snft fill over a new culvert Sidcrson both oC KOTL about committing suicide Thot She Was Joking Both ot lie men thot tho girl was joking I do not know how we gol on tho subject Fair but said she had road of a girl who look poison and died In Rreit agony She then said that if she were to commit suicide fihe would do it quietly She asked win ro one couUI go to buy tho kind ot poison whTch later caused her death The body Is to be brotto the home of her mother here and Ihe funoral services are scheduled for Friday afternoon Miss Csugljlin vna born in Algona 28 years ago Sheattended the public schooja and was graduated from the local high school about ten years ago Following her graduation she attend ed summer school at Iowa city and later at Des Moines university Once Taivrht School She taught country schoo for n time and later taught at Iarcliwond Jrc ton and Xiaralhon Last fall she wcrt to Omaha where she accepted a posi tion In the broadcasting department of the KOII stattnn About two months ngo she received the promotion which made her the publicity director She is survived by her mother Mrs hn Caughlin of Algonn nnd thro wssters Agatha wlo teaches tsc City Jvadel who is now Mrs Alvln Karr of Ireton and Druscilla who is 1 senior in high schol Mr Caughlin died just two years Oct ober first as a result ot heart trou ble READY TO START HOPUERICA German Airliner Awaiting Good Break in Weather Frlsclf at first No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Paschal one j culled Hall one outside This was i floater Foul strike two This was Mciisol If LIIXZKII Dumrhcr 29 i 3 21 III l Alt R H 0 A K I 0 4 I rite for any series and the Babe per forms In this his ninth appearance Hoyt on Mound Waile Hoyt the Ynnkeo ace who is no of Iho few players writing his wn newspaper stuff took his turn the luiltliiK illill His pitchingpost 1 The veteran Waits Hoyt slar keis hnrlcr kept the invading Cardin hitless until the fifth inning wlicii Harper collected for the first onp lloivevar Harper wont out trying to icnl The Ciirdinals second effort came In Uio HKventh fvanio when KnUumliv in Hie lal xnoiuod out a homer to count for lial hwn aKHUrod beforehand any Kodlinl s only marker ot the day way win Willie Shcrdel nominated to iho strong with a iiomnr hy the redoubtable liahe llulh tu bcKin first Inning Thore nobody in nnd the count stood at 1 lo 0 and remained so until Iho last tho fourth frame when liaho ayain connccUul for a double 1 le was fol lowed at he iilnte by Mousci wiio cluiscd the Ihibe home with a four 1 iontr drive Into the left field slamls 1 j Vuschal flicd out to Jlufey Kocnig one called Slriltc two called Sherdel was working tho cor ners of the plate both iusidu and out Hill one outside Uall two out DBRIIN Oct 4 new Ger man ifiriglble Oraf Zeppelin hav ing iiindc her filial test flight flawless ly is ready lo leave for the United States on Sunday It was announced that only unfavorable weather would delay the airships departure The Graf Zeppelin on tho test fllsht of 14 hours covered nhout 1800 miles at nnaverage speed of more than 52 miles nn hour The ship flew rom Fiicdrichslinfcn it wis built over Holland to England and ifter cruising over Germany back It its v As a for the trinsAtlanlic Isht tho airship was navigated thru out the niRht exrlusivcly by Instru nents in lie pilofa rage which wis Holntcd from the chart room behind t Sixtynine persons Including the rew accompanied Dr Hugo Ackenor ullder oC the Graf Zeppelin officially cnown as One of tho on the flight was Com Charles 5 nosendahl U K navy command ir of the dirigible Ios Angeles orlsln lly the LZ12G which was also built it Frlcdrichshaten J AdamBede G 0 P I Backer for 40 Years Will Support Al Smith NEW YORK Oct 4 Congressman J Adam Bcdo of Minne sota for 40 years a member of the republican party and a republican member of congress In Ihe Roosevelt administration announced today in a statement issued thru democratic na tional headquarters that he will sup lort Smith feonuso nf the governors stnnd on farm relief and 1 prohibition FATEOF SHIP STILL IN DOUBT Dutch Freighter Sinking With Crew of 35 Men sitie side Hafey took Kocnigs fly liuth Cnidiiial oulfieltl backer Hall one inside Strike one culled 11I1 two inside Ituth a double into right field for the Yankees first hit Cehrig one called Ball one outside Strike two called Hall two low nnd outside Ituth scored on Oehrigs double to Iho right ticld bleacher fence Aieusel up Strike one swung Ball one outside Strike two called Ball two inside Meusel had to duck this one Foul Sloiisel sent up u liigli one to Frisch One run two hits nn errors one left SKCONl INNING Cardinals The boys in the right field bleachers cheered Ruth to Ihe echo Bottomlcy one out side Strike one culled Hoyt used Iho floater Ball two outside Ball Ihrce high Strike two swung lot lomley to hit the cripple liut missed it Foul Foul Botlomlcy was given a base on balls the fourth pitch being low anil on Iho inside ilnfey strike one Strike two swung Hafey fanned taking a third called strike Harper one Inside Foul strike one The Cardinals were working the hit and run piny but Harper fouled tho ball Harper flicd out to Paschnl Wilson up one outside lloyt tossed out Wilson at first errors one left Yankees Ijirzeri gath ered In lAzzerla long fly near tho left field barrier Dugan one outside Strike one swung Foul strike two Ball two low Frisch t f for MarnnvlHe in atli for Mhcnlel hi 8tli Summary KIIIIS hailed Jell 2 Miiiscl 2 uo haso iihrig liiinio H srl loft on Louis J fit 4 linscs in Hoyt 3 Ilouiliit IJoKomlcy Minek Hoyt i Dimdiit HiKh 2 IVv ly Shcnlol J Until Sliprdcl I hits 1 runs earned in 7 wilh 2fi at bat off JiiliiiKnn t hils anil 1 rtm caruiii ii I inning wilh six at hill Losing Time AIJ il plnio rliurlts ItifIer a first William A Mofiownn Ar second n rfirmati Nf tiiiril toss from the portside for the Cardin als The Mod Hirds In sptc and span miifnms came out at to wai m up Wluuher H wis a new one or not old Iotr Alexanders cap fit him no better than usual Jim Mottomley who prefers his ca ijs oil one car shared the cameras eye with old Alux Theneo on the teams batllod without serious threats on either side douhlysure hy countiffg their half of the clghth their last time at bit since the Cards were un able to count in the first of thc ninth OLDTIME CROWD No runs no hits no XEW YORK Oct 4 gale lashed north Atlantic today held thr fate ot tho Hutch freighter Celneno reported sinking wilh her crew of 35 men Speeding to her rescue was the HamburgAmerican liner Albert Bal lin but failure nf the latter to estab lish communication wilh tho lines of fice here left the status of the rescue effort in doubt Twentyseven men the crew of thc steam trawler Filet which sink off Monlauk Point L I yesterday were landed safety at Vow London Conn early this morning They had taken to lifeboats when their ship sprang i bud leak wore picked up by Ihc simmer American ami later trans erred to thn ronstpuird ilostroym Perry which look them Into Xew Will Rogers Says ass Oct Well Gene Tunney got married lo day and everybody wished them sKOOd luck I thot on account of his going to Ku rppe to marry that maybe he was going to get to marry them Wiit nill be come of that au thor that has been walking around w i t li him He will stroll alone now My idea of the ncKu of conceit hn a poiu leal speaker that would R0 on the iir when Ihe worlds series is nn Vours WILT TOdKRR 1038 WILL ca 4 losscrt out Dugan Bengough Strilin one called Ball line outside and low Frisch took HenRQiighs hopper and tossed him out No runs no Iiits no errors line fcft Timtn INNNO Riinliiuils Maranvillo ono called Ball one Iilgh Ball two outside Hall three inside Strike two called Foul Foul Until tool Marutulllos fly Slinrdcl one inKictc Strike one called Shcr lol fouled out to Diman Bouthlt nengough loolt Uuiitliits pop fly nvor near the CiinlinnlH Iwnch for it thrill ing catch No rims no tiils no errors IU1IIU left Yankees Hoyt one low oulside iUaranvillo mode a wonderful one handed catch of Hoyts pop foul iifir lert fitIt Paschal one called Rail one out side Ball two inside Uouthit caught Iischals liigh fly Koonlg strike one strike two called Frisch tossed out Koenig No runs no hits no errors none left FOCJUTH INNING Cardinals nigh cillcd Ball one outside Unit one two high Foul strike two High fanned Frisch one called Friscli j popped out to BcngouKh Bnngough raced to the screen to make the catch Uottomley one inside Foul slriko one Bottomley grounded out lo Gclirlg iinnssixtcd No runs no hila no errors none left Yankees H u t h one called Huth got a double Into center field hooking ono of Shordcls slow balls jehrig one outside Ball two outside Sherdrl tossed out Oobrig nt first Until held second Jleusel one low outside Brill twr low outside Foul strike ono Buth scored on Meusels rmme run into thc right field bleachers The crowd went Into Lazzerl one outside Foul strike niie Jnwer popped to fVllson back of the plnte Dugan out side Ball two low striko one crllcd JIaranville went back to take Ilugans hoist Two runs two hits no errors noun FHTII INNING CnntinnlH The boys In the loft field stands whooped it up fur Mcunel while Ruth also camn for a big hiintj for liis second double of the gamp llafoy me oulddc Strike nc Kvvuti Strike twij called This was a fast hall nn Uin oulsldc of the TUHNTO con MN i Hy AIAN J iOULO Assiicialod Press Sjiorls Kilijor STAnitJM Xciv York Oct 4 thn Blaninur rolor hi bleacher fans ml tllo shrill cries of Hie whitecotiteil rnfnishinvnt Anollicr biseball batllfi for tho championship with the limping larni pcrs of Xew Vork arrayed against tho fit Louis Oidinnls was nt hand and tho evpectnctons woie that the biggest crowd In worlds series history would witness Ihe opening flrcworkH Long liofore noon the vast expanse of bleachers was two thirds filled So was the upper tier of thn triple decked stand the gales to which hnd been opened nt 10 oclock to admit long anil steadily mounting lines nt Ihc faithful Only the left field bloachfis showed any vacant space in the tturc n few hours before orvort ame titne for Cirlnn Tlis nssurxrl some 10000 custmneii in thn si and seats 1he crowd In lio nworved seats which were sold out days ago would shove the tntnl hrong io around 80000 some 17 000 In excess ot the previous lileh mark for a worlds series At least ono of tha Yankees sup losfd I0 bo only a Jump abend of a u4teol chair walked in briskly cnoiiRh o belle pessimistic reports it was none other than Babe nutll ono of he first to nrrlvn In ihrclub house Jaunty and Rood naturrd In blue suit ind brown cnp How is It nnbe greeted hm Fine kid thn Babe Tho Yankees blue coat now nt rebuttal ncvir heller responded worlds champions any rate and ready with a for any evidence to the con SOUTH IS SAFE Gubernatorial Candidate Be lieves Hoover Trend Has Collapsed HPmxxjK Ga Oct 4 On tlio eve of Ms dopiirturo toitny inr Cn Cleveland Ohio nl Boston to spoilt Ijlialf of the ilciu would givn inviTiiur Smith a iaise majority n rlmlltm day 1Jio former issistarit secretary nf tlii inivjr who xvas nominated by Xiw Yurie democralx tills week us canili date for governor declared the so called Hoover democrat movement in South Carolina Florida Alabama and forsia had all but collapsed On thn tosls of observation tn the two weeks hn has been In Uio soulli Mi Roosevelt was of thc opinion that tlin only Hoover vote from people who formerly called thcinselves domomils In states would conic from a handful who will vote not for Hoover but nffnlnst Smith on ilm simpli and clear ground that latter is a Catholic Asserting hat ho also bad favorable rrportH from North Carolina TvaH and Oklnhomi the New York nominee believed thn a flood or soiirllloUM and dlsgustlrr literature in thn south will prove to hn blessing because It had resulted fir Iho first Umo In a generation In n derinlto democratic campaign organ teuton to Horlc for the national ticket To his opinion tbnt many accessions nf strength for the republican natlnrnl tifknt u the south may be attributed lo religious bigotry the nominee addrd lhit no filr mlndetl person In ith accused Mr Hoover nnd Mrs Curtis themselves of Ktlrring up rel f online rary were first on the field for prac lci Thoy cime tcotting out shortly efrro nnon while cimcrns clicked hloachor crowds ynllod nml tlio land In loft firltl playod iiail Hall tho Gangs All Hero About the frutchcs am the some onn yelled It ttaa n mild hnzy day Idrnl for Jio Kimo Tho sun liglitrd up an un isually colorful Rcenc Tho grand stand licri were bo leckod in bright limiting and the na ional colors in much more profusion nan ever before Tho stars nnd Gripes fluttered from several dozen stuffs atop the lg structure is well as rom center riold pole that also lew tlio worlds championship bunt ng of lJ2T For bjittln drill Knay Bill Tlynn who twirled t thn Yaukros while wearing u Giant uniform In the sorios pltcliid to tho ohnih lons Itutli loaned liis big bliok bat vi ciously nil a fciv curves uul ttio first Iig fhoor wont up when he one Inln ho right field ileicliors Tiiis a customary prnllminiry AUNT ttET By Robert Quillen Pas new pants tlont fit nnich good but I couldnt let him try cm on down town an him weavin the underclothes I patched with bltio sringham   

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