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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 311 ANKEES WIN MOTHER 9 TO 3 Defaulting Missionary Treasurer Back in Atlanta iURIOUS CROWD Young Prince ilNES ROUTE TO CARNES iWay Police Forced to Clear Thru Streets to County Jail Oct 6 Clinton Carnes defaulting treasurer of I southern Baptist convention home jision board was brot back to Allan ioday to face charges of having HzleSxipproximately of the IJrds funds throng of curious persons crowded Union station and watched from its of vantage on nearby viaducts Carnes handcuffed to an otfiuei jj accompanied him from Winnipeg pitoba was taken from tlio train Ivhe crowd was so great that there delay in taking Carnes off the in Iinally lie alighted under an escort and county authorities and if placed in an automobile It was pessary for he police to clear a WM iju the throng before the machine fld proceed to the county May Train Robber Oct 5 Chief tpllce Wllmont Bonner of Clinton night said that ie was Investiscit a possibility that Clinton S onWayHome Legation Denies Rumor of New Scandal in Royal House PARIS Oct 5 U was de nied at the Rumanian legation that he had been summoned home because of a love affair Prince Nicolas of Ru mania was on his teay to Bucharest today accompanied by a Rumanian diplomat His visit to Paris with a companion started rumors that he in tended to follow the course his brother former Crown Prince Carol even If it cost him his title At the Rumanian legation the visit of Nicolas was represented as being nothing out of the ordinary for a young man of 25 and it was stated that he was going home because that visit Imd ended Denies Scandal Reference The legation Insisted that the ad venture involved no such scandal as was likely to bring upon Nicolas the fate of Carol whose affairs of the heart caused his banishment from Ru mania and the loss of his right to the anta Ga was connected with froll robbery of the Chicago Mil ukee St Paul and Pacific railroad 1013 Chief Bonner said photographs jSarnes had been identified by persons ving here in 1013 as those of a man tho disappeared from Clinton shorllj fter the payroll robbery tOther evidence to connect Carnes j1 th the crime was lacking he said IN JAIL AGAIN drew Gillis Will Run Busi ness of Town From Prison Oct 5 Jh Bossy Gluts spectacular ir of Ncwburyport was lodged to in the Essex county Jail Yester he was sentenced to serve two chs in jail and to pay fines total 545 because he established o no filling station without a per t mayor accepted the sentence ut a murmur and started the jal immediately ofhis friends have started to obtain a parolefor him In meantime however as prisoner he ate his first prison akfast cereal evaporated milk Ijifee and bread without butter will be allowed to use a tele pne and the prison rule on visitors ill be lifted for him so that he will I able to attend to any business city of Newburyport Vill Rogers i RINGFIELD Oct rles Lindbergh holds the Id record for length of time he alned a hero om the time landed in Is till yester when he de led his prefer 3 for presl t iat took more nerve for a i with his ding than hlf I it did ar these peo hat take pol c s serious n believe e is any way lie world if belong to the opposite party you could possibly be any 1 u watch CoollcTge You dont coming out for anybody ou Yours WILL ItOGKRS Copyright report that Nicolas throne The published had eloped with an aristocratic Ru manian was energetically described by the legation as falsealtho it was not denied that Nicolas had been in Paris with a woman The prince sought privacy with n vengeance as he boarded tha Orient chaperoned by a Rumanian Hi toto from the statlonmosters privateof fice and save photographers the slip Insists on Privacy So determined upon privacy Nicolas that heeven failed to call to his elder brother Carol who as Mr Carol Caralman wai stopping at one of the palatial hotels on the Champs BIysees within a stones throw of that occupied by Nicolas during his brief visit Carol himself was n Paris with out Madame Afagda Lupescu for whom he abdicated She has remained in Belgium in a medieval chateau at Ardennes while1 Carol has been under stood to be engaged in some financial business in Paris Rumanian circles In Paris deplored the publicity given the sojourn of Xicoias and appeared deeply surprised that anyone should consider it as out of the ordinary 4 BREAK FROM JAIL IN NEWTON Frankfort Prison Also Loses 12 Pri soners NEWTON Oct 5 pris oners escaped from the Jasper county jail here last night sawing three bars in a window Sheriff T A Pickens sent out an alarm and started search for the missing Byera and Rob ert Haynes of Des Molnea Harry Johnson and Red Simons the Int ter charged with robbing a Cedar Rapids man of Nearly 30 other men confined with them in the bull pen refused to leave 13 1Iore Escape FRANKFORT Oct 5 Twelve prisoners three of whom were held on federal charges es caped from the Franklin county Jail here at a by forcing open on iron barred door burroulnff thru a brick wall and sliding down a line of blankets which had been tied to gether The jail delivery carefully timed and executed occurred during the brief interval in which the warden Steven Toppas liad left his office to go to his home less than 50 yards away to awaken his eon Shortly after the jail delivery wns discovered emergency calls were for warded to all nearby points but two hours Inter no trace of the prisoners had been found Dubuque Officer Kills Man Believed Insane DUBUQUE Oct 5 poorly dressed man about 45 years old und believed to have escaped from an in sane asylum was shot and killed by Marshal John Warner in Knst Du huque vcsterday after roving the streets threatening pedestrians with heavy club British Statesman Reaches U S SCORE BY INNINGS CARDS DBflinnnDMD ES E D YANKS EDBfflEDfflDQ SS S I Improved In health Sir Austen Chamberlain British minister of for eign affairs lias arrived in tbo United States with Lndy Chamberlain after a trip across the Atlantic omJ thru the Panama canal Plioto shows Sir Austen and lady Chamberlain on their arrival at Angeles Cirt 3 ON ENGLISH WRITER SCHEDULE FOR G 0 P NOMINEE Hoover All Ready to Begin Campaign in South By JAMES L WEST Associated Ircss Staff Oct 5 Hoover made ready today for the second of his flying campaign trips this one to Klizabethton where tomorrow he will present his causo to tho voters of the democratic south altho he will speak in a republican stronghold Accompanied hy Mrs Hoover and their son Herbert and a number of newspaper correspondents tho re publican presidential candidate will leave Washington late tonight for the mountains of eastern Tennessee Before his return Sunday he will have made at three speeches In as many towns and reviewed an historl TURN TO PAGE 8 COMJMN 3 Weai GETS KICK IN SERIESKR Rickatson Hatt Thinks Babe Would Be Star at Cricket EDITORS NOTE The follow inc story by Kernard Iliofantson Ilatt fives a British point of view on tho opening game of the worlds scries Mr IlleUaisonIfatt contrasted fur the Associated Iress the scenes at the Tunney Heenpy title fiRlit with those of tho National Sporting club of Lon don By HKKNAR1 English Newspaper Writer in New Yorlc IOWA FORECAST Fair Friday night and prnhnbly Saturday slightly warmer Satur day anil in extreme northwest por tlon Friday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a in Friday Highest Thursday 7t Degrees in Nicht 40 Decrees At 8 A M Friday 48 Degrees Rainfall 30 of an Inch North Iowa was visited Thursday by the first real October rain Com pared with those which fell in Aug ust this rain was a piker but as Oc tober rains run it was nothingfor which to apologize Tho sun was on duty morning and tho wind was out of tho west apparently trying to get around into tho northwest for n resumption of the chilly nights wiilcli occurred last week TO an TCnslishman who has been brot up on cricket and has perhapri played rounders with other small boy3 and girls in his youth his first ball game Is rather an awolnspirtng experience The spued perfection and paralyzing complexity of this distinc tive product of the American sportfnff aonius leave htm speechless with ad miration and sasnins for breath When I found myself or what was left of me after traveling In the tube with at least other persona in the same coach In the grandstand of the Yankee stadium yesterday after noon enjoying the opulent sunshine and waiting for the battle to he as Oasar used to say in tho grammar books I looked about me and saw much that was novel and strange Amused at Costumes As I peered thru the netting strung out over the front of the stands I per ceived on the field below members both teams the Cardinals and the Yankees brushing up their strokes and their fielding In the last few min utes of practice Instead of the white flannel trousers and shirts of the crlcketeor they were wearing what seemed at first sight a somewhat curious costume as tho theyjind in tended to piny football and changed their minds when half dressed and decided to play golf in stead One or two of the more Important looking ones had on vizored armour find mediaeval looking breast plntos These I afterward learned were the catihcrs or as they would be called In cricket the wickctkeepers Several also weio black lounge suits They proved to bo the umpires who in cricket nro garbed in white coats like siirscons In an operating room Coached hy 1ollto Stranger All these and many other knotty points of difference between American and Knjjjfsh procedure wore explained to mo by an extremely courteous sirnnsei1 who occupied tho soat nrxt Innings 8 9 II 7 ALEXANDER TAKEN OUT IN 3RD AFTER BASES ARE LOADED PLAY BY PLAY ST LOUIS NL Dimthit ct High 31 11 Iliifey If Harper rf AVilson c Mnriinville ss p MUdicll p Orhiitti jc Totals Iipgrus two base mull Meuscl home stolen 2 Meiisel Lazzeri Dugaii IipRras double plays to JLiizseri to Gplirlg Frisrli lo Mnriiiivillo to Ilotfomlcy left on Louis fi New York a buses an Pipgrass 4 High Krisch JInrper off Alexander 4 struck out liy TlpKras 8 Frlsrh Itot oinley i Hafcy Harper Wilson Mnr by Alexander 1 by Midhell 2 Koenijr liltsMiff Yloxandw i hits nnd 8 runs earned in 2 1ii with 12 at hat ofr Milehell 2 hils mil J run earned in 5 23 innings vilti Ifi nt bat lilt hy Mitchell losing pitcher Umpires Charles Killer at plate William MrCSowaii AL it first Ifinnnii NI af sw oml Clarcnfo Owens at Time P Tolals ff flehrie Afkrliell TLUN TO TAGIi 8 COLUMN 1 FIUST INNING Cardinals Douthlt took a few final pitches in the box nnd Douthit walked to tho plate the sun was now shining brightly and play be gan Foul strike one Ball one low outside Foul strike two Gehrig took Douthits hot grounder and beat the Cardinal outfielder to the bne High one low inside Strike one called Foul strike two Bailtwo high Ball three low Foul Foul Foul A spectator made a nice catch of Highs foul Foul High got a base on balls the fourth pitch being high and Inside FrEscli strike one Frisch lining a hot line foul Into right Strike two called Foul Bull one high and outside Ball two also high and outside Ball three Inelde Foul Foul Frisch also walked the fourth pitch being high and wide Bottomley one jjursf cf swung Bull one outside Ball two wide Bengough almost picked irrisch Koenig ss off first with a snap throw to Gehrig 1 rf Strike two swung Ball throe out ib fide Bottomley fouled out to f sough who took the ball behind the 2b plate Ha fey one low Strike I one called This was a fast one on I the outside tho strike dented BengoxighB tnatjk and he bor rowed Hafeys bat to beat the bars In shape again Hafey struck out swinEf ing for a third strike Pipgras had a hard Inning His curve was contin ually breaking wide of tho plate No runs no hits no errors two left Yankees Durst Alec got a cheer as he amhlcd out to the box Ktrlke one called This was a screw ball on the outside corner Ball one low Stjike two swung Durst got a single over Frlsehs head Frisch al most got tho ball by a leaping catch but the ball Ixninced off his glove Koenig filed out to Hafey Kuth one low outside Ball two outside Ball three inside Ruth got a base on balls the fourth pitch being outside Gehris Ruth nnd CiChrlg scored on Gchrigs ter rific homo run drive Into tlio right field stands lleusel one called Strike two swung Meuscl struck out taking the third strike with his bat on his shoulder Luzzeri strike one Strike two swung Alex took Lazzoris roller ind tossed him out Three runs two lilts no errors and none left SECOND INNING Cardinals The boys back of first gave Gehrig the big hand as ho trolled down to his position Harper Call one outside Strike one called Tjall two high and wide Ball three inside Harper got a IXIKO on Ixills tlie fourth pilch being on the outside one called liar scored on Wilsons double into right center JIaranvillo one called Bali one low outside Foul strike two Ball two low Ball three inside and low This pitch almost got away from Bongough On Sfnrnnvllles single to center scooted to third Alexander one outside Ball two Inside Strike one called Foul strike two Ball three outside Wilson scored when Lnzzerl took Alexanders grounder nnd threw wildly past Gehrlg Mar anville went to third Play was halted while discussion around Pipgrns went on Douthit strike one Ball one high and Maranvlllo scored when Douthit hit into a double play Koenig to Lazxeri to Gehrig Jliffh strike one This was a long fly into the left field stands Ball one high 7oul strike two Ball two outside Foul Ball three out side High popped to Kobcrtson Three nins two hits one error none left Yankees Robertson took Kotwrtsons high hopper and raced to the bag ahead of the Yankee third baseman Bengough one outside Hall two outside Hall three low Bcngiiugh got a free ticket to first the fourth pitch helng wide PipKraa sacrificed Wilson to Rottomley Durst cjnc low outside Ball two wide Ben Rough scored on sJjishlng hit Into center Koenig one Strike one called Kaenlg sent a high fly which Frisch smothered One run one lilt no errors one toft THIRD INNING Cardinals Frisch one called Ball one high Ball two out side Foul strike two Frisch at tempted to bunt but fouled It Frisch a single off Lazzeris band Bot ttnioy tried to pirk Frisch ofl first Frisch stole second THE YANKS AGAIN By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AB R II 0 A K 4 21 10 AH It II 0 A K Cardinals Come Back Strong in Second to Tie Score 3 to 3 but New Yorkers Pile Up 4 in Third to Take Lead By ALAN J GOULD Associated Press Sports Writer YANKEE STADIUM New York Oct 5 Yan kees after a wobbly start knocked their old nemesis Grover Cleveland Alexander out of the box today and threshed the Cardinals for the second straight game of the worlds series Carfls Tied Count 28 9 for Mitchell in 9lli for Durst in Sril for Koberlson in 7lb Summary Huns batted Wilson Alexander Durst 1asclnil 3 Diiffan Mciiset Boiigoiigh The Cards got two men on bases in the first inning via the puss method but their teammates went out without serious attempt at scoring the pair left on The Yankee scoring in the first cameimmediately with Durst Retting a single Ruth a walk and CJehrig a borne run making thetally 3 to a Tliis the Cards nuiekly tied up in their halt of the second Harper walked then scored on Wilsons double Then came a single by Maran ville and a bad throw to first lett Peto Alexander on the base Maran ville racing to third on the throw Wilson scoring Maranvillc then brot in the third one to tie the count when Douthlt hit Into a double play Y units Mnlio It 4 to S The Yankees came back to untie the score when Bengougb who hart walked and was to encond isuffrcd aeconuT Yin c Vn6 OJgame The Cards were unable to score in the third even tho Frisch got a 8 27 5 2 I to off Tho third for the Tanks was great outburst of runs four men crossing ho plate It started with Ruths single a walk by Gehrlg Muosels hit scored Killh Robertson got a walk then Gohrijs scored on n filngle by Bengough At this stage of the game Old Pete Alexander was Itolierlsott Ilisclial removed Mftcheil going to the box The first apt of the new hurler was to hit Plpgras the ball giving Drill one Strike one swung Strike two swung Bottomley fanned swing ing for the third strike Jiafoy Pipgras nearly caught Frisch oft d with a cjuick throw to Koenig threw out Hafey at first went to third Hruper Strike one called Bali one high Tho Yankees claimed that Harper swung at this one The umpire has vailed It a second strikn Font Ball one high and wide Foul Harper struck out talcing a vhird called strike It was a sweeping curve he lot go by No runs one hit no errors one left Yankees Tluth one Inside rtulli had to duck away from this one Ball two low Strike swung Strike two called Ruth got a Htnglo over the middle bng Gohrig one outside Hall two wide Ball three low and outside Strike one called Gehrig got a base on balls the fourth pitch being low Meuscl one swung Ruth ncored on Meusols double to left Ceh rig holding at third Inzzerl nnc low outside Strike one swung Strike two swung Ball two low out ride High threw out it first Clohrig holding third Robertson Tbo Cardinals infield wrx still in on Hie grass Ball one inside two u Jill throe inside Strike one Mllcd Robertson walked the fourth pitch being low Tho bases were full UengouKh one called Geh vlff scored on Bengoughs single to right Mouscl stopping at third and Robertson holding second Alexander was taken from the box at this stage Mitchell tho only lefthandcd spllball twirler In cnptivity or out went into the box for the Cardinals He wtirmfd up fora minute or two Plpgras Hall ont wide Ball two wllt strike cnr called JFouscl scored whrn Pip was bit by it pitched Rob ertson movod to thivcl nnd Btngough TIICN TO IH COLUMN 1 MciiHcl an opportunity to score Rob ertson brot In the fourth on Paschals single WcuL Down in Fourth The Cardinals Quickly went down tho fourth frame Marnnville lie Ing the only batter to land on a base Tho Yankocci also offered no threats this frame After Mitchell had got Into the box lie succeeded in holding the New Yorkers scoreless until the last of the seventh and Mcusel having got a base on balls scored whon Dugan popped out a sacrifice fly The fourth rifth and sixth Innings were score less for both sides The eighth inning except for a single by Frisch was without threats ind tho Cardri then went out one two three Mitchell rguicKly retired the Yankees nnd the Kama cndnil after the St Louis men were unable to score in the first of tlic ninth UP TO PIPGRAS hand when play started Even estimate lioked optimistic at noon Various explanations were offered for tho failure oC the fans to stage any riots about die turnstiles Tho chief ones seemedto ho the weather and he advance ballyhoo picturing every iich oC space occupied and no chancn for tho Into comers There was not only room today but an Invitation to the late comers Kuth Thrills Crowds Again The small early gathering got its customary Ihrlll however when In his first turn In bat ing drill fired thrrj long shots into tho right field bleachers Tho Babo was swinging with his old abondon Three hits for his first game left him in a happy mood and ho eecmed to he bothered no more than previ ously by his weak left knee Tha that 5 bnTuJoxa would facethe Yankees switched their lineup with Ccdrlc Burst In cen ter field and Gene Robertson at third base In places of Dugan Earle Combs regular center fielder was well enough on thn rnael to re covery from his injured right howavor to a turn at hat wal lop two or throe halls vigorously nnd go out for fieldingpractice The chance that he would get into the se ries later if not today nppoaieJ much brlghcr Tho Cardinals didnt put in an ap pearance on the field until aftor noon nut they didnt act 01 look a bit downcast over their initial defeat Pcimoclt in Uniform The Yankee performance In the first game without crutches appeared to encourage the rest of tlio casualties liven Ilcrh Pennoctc whoso able soulh iv has been tied up with ivas feeling good enough to warm up but It was plain that tho old freedom of pitching motion nnd control there Nevertheless the Yankees who didnt have anything else to do stood around to watch their great try to iron out some of the kinks Tiie sun broke thru the haze as the Cardinals came out to go tliru the preliminary paces and the band struck tip n ennpiiy tune Oil Pete Alexander In bright Cardinal red jacket and ill fitting cap s usual was Indicated definitely an the pitching choice of the Xatlonnl icaguer and posed for tho camermen ivlth his youthful rival Pipgras By J Associated Press Sports Kditnr YANK KB STADIUM New York Oct 5 Yankees after falling upon tho unsuspecting Cardinals in tho opening game witli every appear mce of leing in robust health appar ently were ready to disregard their doctors advice and attempt to mnkc It Iwo straight today over the National league champions They trotted out to warm up for the second game of the serins With skioH overcast carrying a throat of rain and the bleachers conspicuous by the amount of empty spaco in sight at noon an hour and a half lcfoie game time George Pipgras right bander who has shared the main burden with Waite Hoyt for the Yankees this sea son was the selection of Manager Hugglns in preference to Tom Zach firy the veteran southpaw Manager IWcKechnlc of the Cardinals had slated old Pete Alexander for tho pitching task In an effort to square the scries hut with a atmosphere over the diamond he considered a possible shift to Jess llainos1 fast ball Kxpect Vacant Spiue Tho big park wasnt filled yesterday and there seemed lilcoly to be umre vacant xpaco today judging from the fart that less than llcnchoritcs were asHeinhlod at a timn when throe or four times that many wtre on hand for tho opening game Made more wary by the ing fashion in which they had Inon U l to over estimate yrstfrdays at prior to the itn iHnmeement of a pnid attcndancn of Ill exports scanned the situa tion today and prprllrted that tinre m1jhl be or on FOOTBALL SCORES With the opening of Hie football season Saturday the ilnheGuzette resume itn custom of fnrnbh liiK scores on nil tinprincipal Baltics in all conferences The snores will bn posted in front of lie office us tout an are rercivecl They may also be oh fiilnnil by telephoning 27 28 or 20 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I may be deceitful in some ways but I aint never mixed table scraps witb a little flavorin and called it a   

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