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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WERE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAXi NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL EERVICH ZEPPEUN REPAIRS MADE CONTINUES TO U S PROBE MYSTERY OF SUB SINKING BY GREEK SHIP One Statement Says Hunt for Survivors Lasted but 2 Hours pARIS Oct 13 French A pubmarine Ondine with 43 men mhoi d lay Irretrievably lost many fathoms deep 30 miles oft the shore ot Portugal today while a considerable mystery prevailed as to the manner ot her sinking by the Greek steamer jAikaterlnl M Goulandris A statement Issued by the ministry ot marine represented the captain of the Greek vessel as having searched only two hours for survivors alter the A dispatch from the Rotter dam to Le Journal quoted the captain having said he searched long and itearefully and reported the disaster by wireless to all ships in the vicinity M Politls the Greek minister In arls called on Minister oC Marine Lieygues to express his governments lor the sinking of the Ondino md he assured the minister that every iffort would be made to clear up the circumstances of the accident To that md the naval attache fn London had Men ordered to Rotterdam to begin a pill investigation French destroyers last night and today explored theregion the colli sion and visited numerous neighboring borts in tho hope of finding a fishing essel or other craft whose crew might iirow some light on the Ondines exact tate IASOK CITYAN Smith Attacks Hoover on Farm Aid Iowa 13 Chicago 0 As Second PeriSaCloses Will Rogers NEW HAVEN Oct With this Zeppelin miles to the south of its true course and AI Smith a demoertlc candidate SCO miles south ot his true course and H o o v e 2 going to New England hun dred miles north of what should be his true course its a cinch with such poor navigation all around some ot these are not going to reach the Jestina tton But did ever see as WILL ROGERS 1 much ground covered and as many speeches made as these two vice presidential candidates are making Its out ot all proportion to the position One of them is going to get badly fooled The one that is elected Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 SAVE PARTY BY BEATING SMITH i A Stand on Pension Bill Brings Censure From Bostonian LANSING Oct 13 Sharp criticism of HanCord MacNider 01 Mason former com tiander ot tho American Legion and Assistant secretary ot war was voicecj Store the national administrative of the Veterans of Foreign Vars here last night by Eugene Car br Boston commander in chief the veterans Censuring MacNider for his reported Itude toward the proposed World r service pension bill Carver said lowan musteither be Ignorant of I facts or is deliberately distorting m when he argues that the measure North Carolina Sees Dark Days Ahead if Gover nor Wins HAVEN N Oct 13 Senator Furnifold M Simmons democrat ot North Carolina has hurled at his party the accusation that ita presidential campaign Is one In which hypocrisy is the predomin ant factor Addressing a meeting ot antiSmith democrats hero last night he declared that the party is waging a militant liquor campaign in the north while below the Mason and Dixon line it Is evading the prohibition question and raising a cry of Intolerance uld grant pensions to ablebodied tnose who oppose Gov A1 f h ho veterans commander said the a purpose Is to provide deserved Jnpensatlon for disabled veterans who ve been unable to cut the knots red tape thus 1 Rapid Man Held Ojt 13 1th of Cedar Rapids wasarrested a yesterday by a deputy sheriff o found 75 gallons of alleged alcohol his car whlla enroute to his home that city LOCAL STATISTICS Mostly cloudy Saturday night nd Sunday colder Saturday night extreme east portion IOWA FORECAST flobeGazette weather figures for 24 if period ending at 8 oclock a m urday Jighest Friday 55 Degrees in Night 41 Degrees t 8 A M Saturday 43 Degrees ainfnll 51 of an Inch he October total of rain approached two Inch mark Friday with an In jnent for the daywf 92 of an Inch the previous day 47 of an Inch had Jn and on Oct 4 there was a rain J39 of an inch It wfls cloudy and by Saturday morning not a prom fc day for football fred E Smith because of his attitude toward the eighteenth amendment and tho Volstead law Senator Simmons has long been a leader of his party both in North Carolina and nationally The North Carolina senator pre dicted dark days ahead for the demo cratic party If It shall now win victory by compromising bartering away and trading its principles Tor expediencys Such a victory he declared would be more disastrous than many and result In party dissension and disruption nnd possibly disintegration It Is to save tho democratic party from such A he said thai I am opposes to the election of Gover nor Smith I am willing to cast my fortunes in the Maroons Unable to Stop Drives of Hawkeyes As Glassgow and Armil Score Newly Acquired Indian Dashes Thru Opponents Line for Great Gains Chicagoans Fail to Make Single Down in Opening Period BULLETIN STAGG FIELD Chicago Oct Chicagoans were unable to score in the second period and the half ended 13 to 0 for the Hawkeyes STAGG FIELD Chicago Oct 13 University of Iowa football team got off to an auspicious start here today by leading the University of Chicagos Maroons 13 to 0 as the firsfhalf ended The Staggmen in this period were unable to halt the driv ing march of the lowans and repeatedly gave way to the crush ing drives of McClain Glassgow and Armil Glassgow and MeNorth Carolina Clam did the scoring in the first period The lowans started the scoring early in the iflrst quarter when Glassgow bumped thru left tackle for the first counter and afterward place kicked to make the extra point The touchdown 1st Mason City High Algona Chicago Iowa Notre Dame Navy Minnesota Purdue Georgia Yale Harvard Shoals Curtis Comes in For Share of Broadside Governor to Straighten Out His Stand on Tariff came after the famed McLaln giant Indian had torn thru the Maroon line for steady gains down tho home stretch The Hawkeyes put the Iowa rooters into an uproar shortly after aga with Armil McLain and Glassgow crashing thru the Chicago line Arml making a 40yard run before he was downed by three Maroon tacklers Prom this the hie Indian jMsWD1 Mjrajrfor the second touchdown GHaugow failed to kick and trie score stood 13r Chicago 0 During the first frame the Chi cagoans were unable to make a single first down while the lowans for six FIRST PERIOD Iowa came on the field amid ing of the Iowa rootfers Iowa won the toss and chose to defend the west ffoal Weslro kicked oft behind Chicagos goal line Llbby being stop ped on his return by Captain Brown on Chicagos 16 yard line Jfciysson fumbled and was stopped at tho line ot scrimmage punted oft side on Chicagos 43 yard line It was Iowas ball on Iowas 44 yard line Glnssgow the left guard for two yardsand added eight more thru right taHtle placing tho bail on Chi maklng tho cagos 45 yard line and fret down of the game Armil hit right guard for 2 yards McLaln on his first attempt sneaked thru for 15 yards for another first down with the ball on Chicagos 27 yard line McLnin picked up the Chicago football team on his back and tore thru for 15 yards before he was stoppeil on Chicagos 13 yard line The Chicago fans called hold Iowa Blames Movies for Crime of Young in This Country IOWA CITV Oct 13 Dodge Council Bluffs and Cedar Rap Ids will be considered as sites for the 1023 convention of the Iowa Womens Christian Temperance union whose annual session ended here yesterday The convention city will be chosen by the cxeautlve committee In addition to selecting delegates to the national convention at Boston Nov 1422 the closing session heard a castlgatlon of motion pictures by Mrs Rose I Rowso of Sioux City superin tendent of the motion picture depart ment American films she laying the foundation for crime among youths by depicting lawless subjects WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for tho period of Oct 15 to 20 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Local rain near first of week and probably ngaln within latter half rising temperature begin ning of week probably cooler toward close Burgess went Chicago Glassgow plowed in for Kaysson for eight yards to five yard line and chalked off for more yards before Cushman was able to bring him down and the ball was one yard from Chicagos goal line The great McLain was chosen to push the ball over but Chicago held tho Indian and It was fourth down for Iowa This time Glassgow bumped left tackle and when the pfle was un covered the ball was over for a touch down It was a steady pile driving attack that swept the lighter Chicago team off Its feet Glnssgows place kick added the extra point The score was Iowa 7 Chicago Tho Iowa stands went into a frenzy kicked off to Glassgow who wound his way back to his own 34 yard line Armil skirted Chi cagos right end for nine yards Weaver went In for ProudCoot at left guard for Chicago Armil added the yard needed to give lowa first down on Chicagos 45 yard line McLain got away from his own interference and tore off eight yards before Bluhm polled him down on Chicagos 4C yard line tried center without avail Armil shook off eight tackles and chalked off 40 jards before the re maining players were able to shove him off on Chicagos yard line Llbljy went In for Dliilim for Chi cago The Mnroon team wns already beginning to look like a flock of egg shells tisainst the heavier nnd speed er Haw key McLaln picked up the hall and walked thru Chicagos left tackle for Iowas second touchdown OlasRROws kick went under the goal post and Iowa was leading 13 lo 0 Cnssles kink went to McLaln who took the hall tit his ten yard lino nnd got nwny for 3S yards before Mcnden linll stopped him Glnssgow wont thru right tackle for another six nnd thn ball wns on Chicagos 41 yard line This time McLaln found a hole at right guard and put the ball on Chicagos 30 yard line Glassgow found the hole again but the Maroons stopped him this time Weaver held Farroh for no gain Casslc Intercepted Glnssgows pass on his own 27 yard line and Chicago took the ball for tha first time in the game Libly hit the lowans hard but only netted 3 yards Mendenlmll could not find an opening and was stopped The Hawkeyes merely stood In theli for the Maroon line and waited jyfendermaU was Mendinhall puntedaSd the to Iowas ten but was called back to the Hawks 26 yard marker Glassgow wag spilled on a try around left for a loss of a yard The period ended with the ball In Iowas possession on its own 26 ynrd line During the entire period the Maroons were unable to make a sln Rle first down while Iowa made six Score Iowa 0 SECOND PERIOD Farroh was stopped nt center McLaln kicked to Mendenhall who was downed by Moore in his tracks on bis own 40 yard line Llbby hit a stone wall MendenhalPs pass was grounded and the ball was on Chi cagos 40 yard line Two more for ward passes failed and Mendenhall dropped back to his 40 yard line and kicked to Glassgow who ran it back 3 yards to his own 30 yard line Glassgow ran 17 yards but the ball was called back and the Hawkeyes penalized 16 yards for roughness Armil regained 10 yards of the penalty thru the center ot Chicagos line Glassgow did a lot of running side ways and Llbby stopped him with a two yard loss McLnin kicked to Chi cagos 20 yard line Llbby returning it to his own 26 yard line Llbby knocked off five yards thru center found an opening for 10 yards nnd Chicagos first down A double penalty imposed for offside left the ball on Chicagos 30 yard line Curjjess tore off 6 yards thru an un wary left guard Llbby made four yards at left tackle On a backward lateral pass Leyers to Llbby gain Chicago was held to a Both sides called time out Nominees in Final Drive for Support By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff Writer KANSAS CITY Oct 13 OTHER SCORES FIRST Nebraska 0 Montana Stair o Crejfhtfln 6 Oklahoma Aggies 0 Iowa State 0 Grinnelt 3 Ohio State fl Northwestern 1 Drake 13 Marquette 0 THIRD PERIOD MieliEgnit 0 Indiana 0 Wisconsin Reserves 1 North Da kota Aggies 7 you In every section of the countrVrtne final Intensive bid for votes is on Tills time It Is no part of the scheme of things on either side to leave any debatable precinct undebated During the past week the southern border strip host successively to Hoover and Smith has been tho hub of the preelection whirl while other sections have been under the exhorta tions of the Josser leaders In Ten nessee the republican nominee made hla appeal not only to the border states but to the south as well His democratic opponent has carried Ms meeting and greeting campaign thru Virginia North Carolina Ten nessee and Kentucky with only a fw short speeches as he approached Tjoulsvllle where he is to deliver his lrst prepared address tonight Down to Thruout the whole border strip North claimed by both they speak ot ma tron Maryland on the eaat to Mis souri and Oklahoma on the west the uncertainties continue to figure in the calculations of the politicians All of those states are sides but when JorltieB neither seta the figure very high They are down to tha Infighting now and three weeks oC terrific ef fort HO ahead At the rresent delicate stage of the campaign there is much talk ot re actions and returning But when these terms are used by the republicans they usually apply to the west ami when they are used by the democrats they usually apply to the south the western farm country re publican leaders are saying they have seen definite Indications that the democratic farm campaiLi has passed its zenith and that a steady pre election swing to Hoover has succeeded a period of uncertainty Over the south the democrats speak of n re TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN Z Van Nye sophomore quar erback went In at halfback for Burgess Mcnrtenhall made four yards Leycrs was stopped at the line of scrimmage twice in a row by Captain Brown Iowa RECORD CROWD McLain recovered LIbbvs fumble nnd the Hawkeyes took the ball on Chi cagos 34 yard line Jersl broke thru the Iowa line and threw Glassgow for a seven yard loss Lego replaced Weaver at right guard for Chicago It was Iowas ball on Its own 45 yard line Armil squirmed thru for two yards McLain cot nff a Ion punt that rolled out of bounds on Chi cagos 5 yard line Llbfoy sneaked thru for 3 yards Leyers was stopped after a yard gain and then tried the line again and made It a first down pushing the Vail to his own J5 ynrd line BuivresB tried left guard on a reverse play nnd was thrown for a yard loss Mendenhall cracked right guard forl four yards Llbby twisted thru Iowa right tackle for seven yards I nnd first down for Chicago dull nddcd three more yards On a I fako punt Leyers went thru center for six yards and Chlcnco had a ynrd to go for first down Erlokson went In for Cushman at Rnnrd for Chicago Just after Leyers nrtrtpd the yard the Mnroons needed for their third first down in a row Burgess was stopped nt right guard Kelly went in for Prleas at right end or Chicago pounded left ncklc for eight yards and the hall was on Chicagos 45yard line Rur gess was stopped again Mcndenhall ook a chance on a fourth down with a to go and shoved the ball over It viw the fifth consecutive first down Iers hits center for four yards another first down on Iowas 38ynrd Ine The Hawks hole a conference and Farroh was replaced by Thomas at no one to Herald SOLDIER FIELD Chicago Oct 13 this historic battleground made famous by many a sensational touchdown as well as the celebrated long count Navy and Notro met today before a crowd estimated at the greatest over assembled for a football game in the United States The colorful Ihrong banked around the gridiron In the Mg concrete hornc fhoe as well as in temporary bleach ers came to see Knuto nocknes ramblers and Navy Bill Ingrams mid dies each attempt to salvage some thing from the early season wreck age It was a gloomy day but a brisk cool breeze off the lake front made it Ideal for football and coonskln coats Gentleman A man who acts prop erly when theres no one to watch him nnd cats properly when theres Coolidge and Spanish King Talk by Wire InterContinent Tele phone Line Estab lished WASHINGTON Oct 13 ing over a radio and cable circuit 500 miles long President Coolidge and King Alphonsoof Spain Inaugurated today a telephonic service between their two countries acclaiming the nsiv means ot communication as a great factor in the perpetuation o friendship and peace between them Availing himself of his first oppor tunlty to speak by radiotelephone with Europe Mr Coolidge told King Mphonso that with the possibility of communications with far countries by word of mouth the ilnuger of any serious disagreement Is Immeasurably Tho chief executive also took the op portunity to express to Ihe Spanish king his satlsfnctlon Hint America and Spain adopted Identical attitudes as to the promotion of peace In the world as shown by Spains prompt Indica tion that she would become a party to the recently concluded covenant for the outlawry of war Tnlk May Prevent TrouHe After greeting King Alphonso In tho name of the people of the United and listening to a short ad dress from his Interlocutor President oolldgo said over the telephone I welcome this added link no less strong because It Is Invisible between Spain ttnd the United States I be evc It to be true that when two men can talk together the danger of any serious disagreement Is Immeasurably lessened and that what Is true of in Ilvklual3 is true ot nations The Inter national telephone therefore which the warmth and friendliness of the human voicn will always cor rect what might be misinterpreted In llm written word Whatever brings our two countries closer is of value to us and to the world This western hemisphere dis covered by tho wonderful navigators of Spain has always owffl much lo your country The language ot Kpnin is the language of a grcit part of the Americas Tho rlno traditions of Spain are the basis of the culture of a hirge part of Ilic Americas and nur friend ship with the great nallons lo tin south draws us closer to Ihcir mother country With your country and with theirs the United Stfitos stands for the promotion of world iimlorsfflndfng and peace T wns therefore pnrilcular ly pleaspu thnt Spain promptly and pcncrously adhered lo thn general pact for the renunciation of wnr Jt was what I exported on tho part of your givnt and pcaco loving King Answers Jtuck The king replied to Mr Coolidge follows I rrclprocnto in my own TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 1 BULLETIN LOUISVILLE Oct 13 Smith and his party arrived today ill Louisville where thodemocratic candidate will make an address tonight By D HAROLD OLIArER Associated Press Staff SMITHS TRAIN EN ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE Oct 13 four speeches behind him in the south and theborder state of un scheduled before ho left New York Wednesday night on hla second cam paign Smith came on to another political battleground today to let loose a broadside at his opposi tion on the tariff question Tonight at Louisville which he was due to reach In tho forenoon the dem ocratic presidential will to use his own language attempt to straighten out the controversy that has arisen among the chairmen of the republican and democratic national committees Senator Curtis the repub lican vice presidential candidate and others as to his stand on the tariff Speaking last night before a crowd that jammed into the seats at Ryman auditorium In Nashville Gov ernor Smith ripped Into his republican opponents and President Coolldge In connection with their farm relief and Muscle shoals stands attacked Her HooYers Tennessee pi prohiblUon tion and TO PAGE 10 COLUMN S DAMAGED FIN SLOWS UP LINER FAR OUTAT SEA Conditions Not Dirigible Radios to U S Stations By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE dirlffible Graf Zeppelin was 1 apparently In trouble for several lours this morning but latest advices from her indicate that conditions were not serious and that sho wns making air progress on her voyngo to tha United States At a central standard lima ihe sent out a message stating that ler port horizontal was damaged and requesting that a surface vessel in vicinityhe sent to follow her course At this time the huge airliner was about miles flue east of Bermuda Tho United States navy department ordered all tha light cruisers stationed at Hampton Roads and the at Charleston to be ready to leave Im mediately for tho assistance of ths dirigible If they should be needed Crew JIarto Repairs At 8 oclock however the navy de liartment received a mcsnge from the Zeppelin stating that tho crew had effected limited repairs and at tho time expected no need for the aurfaco vessel The position ot the airship at that time 1 vs in latitude 33 north and longitude 45 west about 950 miles from Bermuda This second message Indi cated that the Zeppelin was making fair progress and that sho was head ing directly for Lakehurst N J The ship reports P BOSSES STAGE 2 TOURS FOR CANDIDATE North and South Routes to California Both Suggested By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON bet 13 nate proposals for the final cam paign swing which Herbert Hoover will make across tho continent now under consideration with Ihe r publican presidential candidate contly requested to make two or tbn addresses enroute Tho first proposition Is that nominee make a daylight ride acrcts Vcst Virginia then swing over info Cenlucliy for a visit to Louisville wEh St Louis as the next city of rail vhero tho major address of tho trip would bo made Unit Planned for K C From St Louis the route would to Kansas City for a stop of an lour or more there for a procession hru the main streets and then a iouthward run thru Oklahoma tho anhandlo of Texas New Mexico Vrlzona and southern California to he Hoover home at Stanford imiver Ity An alternate proposal Is that foovcr go directly from Washington o Chicago and then to Milwaukee linneapolls across North and South Xikotn to Ruttc Mont Thlfl would iko the candidate over much the lime route his democratic opponent ollowed in his swing across the norihwest Yom the route would be to Offden and thence acros tho great Salt Lake and the Nevada desert to Illinois urge an address T ho rnllncum In Chicago while thrn n Wisconsin want the nominee in Milwaukee nnd Hi nanngers generally favor an it Minneapolis In tho heart of Ihe northwestern wheat belt Hoover Favors hut One There Is no indication las changed his mind about limiting llmsfilf to one mnjor sperKi during the Irnnscoutlnental rldn I hat lo tie delivered it St Louis or Minne Since Hoover himself actively rwtlnp the campaign be that should huve consider nMe time free for this work during the hist ID days icforr election as thru will he the Ime when careful direction and inten sive energy will be required trmble riteived from her Makes Good Speed NEW YORK Oct 13 her fivb 280 horsepower motors dron ing a steady song of power and Graf Zeppelin huge transAtlnnllo liner raced over the Atlantic today at between 75 and 85 miles an haul headed for Lakehurst N via Ber muda Advices of wcahor o the north dictated that the airship Pursue a circuitous coinso lo ihe south Dr Hugo Eckener commander anil builder hopes to land at the United States naval air station at Lakehurst at noon tomorrow with his cargo ot 20 passengers nnd mall from Fried richshafon demonstrating that crossing the ocean by airship lfl no longer mero adventure but new is a commercial undertaking Four years ago today Dr lickcnor saw the dawn as he approached the Island of Sao Miguel the Azores on Ihe ZR3 now the Los Angeles At dawn this morning the Azores were well behind him as he directed he course of Graf Zeppelin half again is largo as I ho Los Angeles 5oo Weather Helps Good weather aided Ihe airship making up for time lost in buffeting headwinds over tho Mediterranean itter leaving Friedrichshafen Gr many at 1 a m central standard line on Thursday In swinging soul It to Madeira tho dirigible entered a re gion of light variable winds which made passage easier The dirigible es caped a rtlsturbancs north of Hie Azores ty following a course to the south along which favorable mlRht aid tho 12cyllnder motors In speeding the ship If Is reached by noon Sunday tho airship will have required TURN TO PAGE in COLUMN 1 AUNT HET By RoberyQuiilen A husband wil take the lead if he has to but if you ever start doin the hell make you do all of   

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