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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DRUBS iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuniiiiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiui I HOME I J FINAL I iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiin AND MASON CTTT 7f lumimimiiiimmmiimMiiiimimiiiiiiiiiMiiimimiiiitimi I FOOTBALL DAILY TIMES VOL xxxv MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY 27 1928 NO 16 ft TinuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii A A RAPES RUN NELSONS KICK PUT HAWKS OVER HOVDE MAKES 1ST MARKER BUT IOWA WINSBYAPOINT Hovde Connected for the Minnesotans FirstMarker but the Visitors Eailed to Kick Goal Teams Battle Fiercely Before IOWA FIELD Oct University of Iowa by means of a 62yard run and a goal kick by Nelson de feated the Minnesota gridders here to 6 in the most thrilling games seen here in many seasons The marker for Iowa as well as for Minne sota came in the fourth period The visitors scored first when Hovde made a sensational 91 yard race thru the entirelowa team to cross the goal for the Gophers first count Only a brief f later Pape dashed off that sent theIowa stands into a goal re McLaln punted to Jtioyae who In Brown of the toss was tipset as he mauV the oaten on e to defend thferiaputh Brockmeyer returned on kicked was downed on Iowas SS yard Minnesota took time out Johnson the Minnesota right Injured on the play and was1replaced by Glass sow got a yard at right tackle Glass gow repeated three at the same spotv They took McLain on a lefttackle smash holding him to no rain McLain punted the ball rolling over the Minnesota goalline It was out In play on Minnesotas 20 yard line Brockmeyer gained a yard at right tackle but Iowa waa off side and S yards Hoyde broke thru tackle for eight yards MinnesotaJ first down on their 33 yard line Iowa took time out Nagursklgained a yard off right ta5kle Brockmeyer swept around left end for two yards but Iowa again flrew a penalty bt 5 yards for off side Hovde smashed right tackle for a yard Brockmeyer swept around left end for seven yards and first down on Minnesotas 47 yard line Hovde tried a forward pass but it was grounded Hovde tried to sweep right end but was upset as he cut in gain ing 3 yards Brqckmeyer punted to Glassgow who called fpi a fair catch on Iowas 27 yardline i Minnesota waa penalized 15 yards for tackling the Hawkeye after he had signalled This gave Iowa the ball on the 33 yard line Armil made 2 yards ait right tackle McLain was tossed for a half yard loss at right tackle McLaln then punted out of bounds on Minnesotas 23 yard HovSe cracked left tackle for 3 yards Nagurskl clacked center for a yard Brockmeyer punted to McLain who waa spilled on Iowas 39 yard line Glassgow hit left guard for 4 yards Both teams were offside and the play recalled Glassgow then smashed center for three yards jMc Laln punted to Hovde who was up set on Minnesotas 20 yard line Brockmeyer returned the punt to Glassgow who returned 15 yards to Minnesotas 35 yard line where he was chased out of bounds McLain hit center for a yard Glassgow mode 4 yards at right end Glassgow pnssed to Armil who wont to Minnesotas 20 yaid line for first down Minnesota tooktime out McLain was tossed for a half ynrd at left tackle Glassgows pass went over the goal line Incomplete with no receiver anywhere near Minne sota put the ball in play on the 20 yard line On a delayed pass Nngur ski cracked thru center for five yards Hovdo slanted off right tackle for two more Brockmeyer got a yard at left end the first period ended with the score Minnesota 0 Iowa 0 SECOND PERIOD As the secondperiodstarted Min nesota had the ball on their own 20 yard line fourth down and ono tor gain Brockmeyer punted to Glassgow vhp caught the ball out of bounds on lowaa 26 yard line McLaln crashed thru center for five Glassgow added one yard first down the ball roiling over the Hawkeye goal line Iowa put the ball In play on their 20 yard line On a fake punt Armll failed togain at center Glassgow was smeared without gain as he tried right tackle McLain then punted the kick being short Hovde making a fair catch on Iowas 42 yard line A long forward to Haycraft was incom plete Hovde was held at center Hovde then passed to Burdlek who gained flye yards Brockmeyer smashed thru the cen ter xf the line barely making it first down on the Iowa 32 yard line Hovde broke thru center for nine yards Hovda cut thru right tackle running to the Hawkeye 10 yard line for first down Hovdes run was good for 11 yards Iowa took time out Carlsen replaced Moore at left end for Iowa Brockmeyer slammed cen ter for two yards Brockmeyer ram med center for three Brockmeyer slipped as he hit the line on the next play falling to gain Iowa broke up Hovdes attempted pasa and took the ball on downs on its three yard line McLain punted the ball going high and short to Hovde who signalled for a fair catch on Iowas 24 yard line A pass Brock meyer to Kovde gained three yards Nagurskl broke thru for eight yards going to Iowas 11 yard line for first down Hovde slammed center for two yards The Iowa line held like a brick wall on the next play Brock meyer being checked without gain Hovde failed to gain at right end Hovde threw a pass to Brockmeyer but Minnesota failed to make the dis tpnce and Iowa took the ball on the tour yard line Cooley went In for Reedqulst tori Iowa Cooley then punted to Iowas 41 yard line Pharmer replaced Hovde for Min nesota Kirk replaced Brockmeyer Pharmer hit for five yards but Min nesota waa off side and penalized five yards Nagurskl passed to Kirk net ting six Kirk shot around left end for five yards but Minnesota lost the distance and was penalized five yards for off side A pass Pharmer to Kirk was incomplete A pass from Pharmer to Kirk was incomplete Kirk dropping the boll Iowa took the ball on downs on its 43 yard line jensvold replaced Armll at quarter for Iowa Pape Went In for Glassgow Pape hit the line for a yard McLaln cracked center for a yard AicLaln cracked Into center for four yards McLaln punted to Kirk who was iipKet on Minnesotas 27 yard line KIrkv hit right tackle for three yards On tho next play however Kirk was checked without gain Be Tore the teams could line up for an other play the period ended with Min nesota In possession of the ball on their 30 yard line and the score Min nesota 0 Iowa 0 THIKD PERIOD Glassgow returned to the Iowa back ield and Armll went back at quarter nck Farrph also replaced Pape for Iowa Hovde and Brockmoyer lined up with Minnesota JVestra kicked who returned to Minnesotas 16 yard Nagurskl smashed center for six yards Nagurski recovered a Eurnble on the next play Minnesota losing six yards Brockmeyer punted to Glassgow whoreturned the yards to Minnesotas 42 yard mark fumbled as he was tackled at left end Burdlek recovering for Minnesota on the Gopher 42 yard mark Brockmeyer eat two yards at left tackle Nagurskl fumbled with Gibson recovering Minnesota losing six yards Brockmeyers long pasa was batted then punted the ball rolling out of bounds on Ipwaa 10yardHue failed to gain around right end McLaJn carried the ball outside without gain MoLain punted to Hovde made a fair catch on Iowas 43yard line Hovde jbroke thru the line for 12 yards goingto Iowas 30 yard line for first down Hovde was tackled fierce ly by Glassgow and took time out Nagurskl hit center for a couple of yards Hovde added a yard being stopped Hovdes pass to Hay craft wfia Incomplete the Minnesota receiver fumbling the ball Hovdejtossed a hut Iowa broke it upT Iowa took the jtall on their 28 yard line Glassgow got three yards off left tackle Arfmil was stopped i at the tecWe without i puntedto Hovde who thrownon iMinnesptaJs 48 yard line Bpockineyer tplcked up thee yards at Brockmeyer tumped liasri o Brockmeyer then broke center for eight Nagurskl for a yard Nagurskl made It first downin a slam putting the ball on Iowas 28 yard line Hovde got a yard at center Nagur 1 spun thru center for two yards Brockmeyer picked up two more Westra intercepted Hovdes pass von Iowas I3 yaicl line On a wide sweep around his right end Glassgow ran to1 Iowas 32 yard line FOURTH PERIOD went around left end for two yards Glassgow got three yards In a slam thru center Glassgow bumped into center but bounced back without gaining McLaln punted high arid short the hair going outside on Minnesotas 40 yard line Minnesota was penalized five yards for offside on the first play Hovcle gained a scant yard in a spin at right tackle Hoyde punted to Glassgow Who returned the ball E yards to Iowas 29 yard line Minnesota took time out Glassgow ot two yards at left tackle McLain tumbled on the next play but Roberts right guard recovered for Iowa On a quick kick McLaln punted to Hovde who tookthe ball on the Min nesota nine yard line Hovde ran thru the entire Iowa team 91 yards for a Louchdown Hovde barely escaped Mc Laln who was playing back ofthe Iowa 35 yard line but when McLains desperate tackle failed Hovde had clear sailing Brockmeyer failed if kick goal making the score Minnesota fi Iowa 0 Thomas and Pape went In for Glass gow and Farroh for Iowa Brockmeyers kickotf went out ot bounds On the second kick Brock meyer kicked off to who was downed on Iowas 37 yard line Thomas slipped thru right tackle for seven yards Pape broke thru his left tackle twisted away from the Mlnne sola secondary and then outran the Minnesota safety man sprinting 62 yards for a touch down Nelson dropkicked the ex tra point making the score Iowa7 Minnesota 6 Kirk who replaced Brockmeyer ran o Minnesotas 30 yard line for a first down On the next play Westra Inter cepted a pass from Hovdo on Minne sotas 3g yard line Pape fumbleda pass from center and Tanner recov ered for Minnesota on the Gopher 4S yard line Hovde wna hit fiercely hy Roberta gain BardweU replaced Hovde for Minnesota Kirk smashed right tackle for three yards Kirk swept left end yards making it first down on lOwaa 44 yard line Iowa took time out Vlyers went In for Westra who was njured Oster replaced Haycmft 3ardwell hit center but was slammed lownwlthoufgain Bardwell passed to Kirk gaining nine yards Iowa was off Bide and drew a pen alty of 5 yards glvlngMinncsota first down on Iowas 30 yard line Kirk swept Ifot end for nine yafds Bard made it on the 1C ard line got off right ackle Kirk failed to gain at Iowas right nd Kirk wag gtoppyj by wlth Iowa Minnesota Army Yale Ohio State Indiana FOOTBALL SCORES 2nd Srd 4th Final IB H HDED Notre Dame Drake Illinois Northwestern V Wisconsin Michigan ARMYYALE crowd that has yet turned out tot an eastern gridiron battle estimated at packed the bowl today the renewal of the Armys ancient rivalry with Yale Two unbeaten elevens took the grid ron with the championship hopes of each it stake The cadets swung into the attack early and scored a touchdown when Cagle circled rightend and dashed B2 yards across the 3311 Cagle straight armed td Ell tacklers after lis interference had given him a good start Spjragues attempt t okick the extra point failed Army 6Yale 0 A fumble by Cagle was recovered by Greene of Tale a little later and lie dashed unimpeded over the goal Ine for a touchdown Oldt substitut ing Orlle at end had hla try for extra olnt blocked and the score waa tied at 6 all Early in the second period Tale opened a spectacular attack which was stopped when a forward pass then got loose and raced 73 yards own 37 yard line to score another Army touchdown on a sensational cross field dash Spragues kiclt was blocked again but Army led 12 to 6 Army halfback intercepted a pass by Garvey and dashed 47 yards to Bcore the third cadet touchdown The extra point failed and the score stood Army18 Yale 6 Tale pounded the army lino In a succession of desperate assaults Loud substituting for Garvey was the big gun circling end and slanting off tackle for repeated gains A weird pass from Tales center broke up the attack on the Armys 80 yard line The half ended with Army eadlng 18 to 6 OTHER SCORES Mofelngside 0 Western Union 0 Harvard 6 Dartmouth 0 Penn 0 Navy 0 HolyCross 0 Marquette 0 Kansas 0 lawn State 0 Princeton 0 Cornell 0 State Tcachera 26 Northern Illinois Teachers 9 Coe 7 MonmouthO Chicago 0 Purdue 13 Nebraska 7 Missouri 0 SECOND PERIOD Penn State 0 Syracuse 6 Penn 0 NavyG Holy Cross 0 Marauetto 0 Princeton 0 Cornell 0 Harvard 12 Dartmouth 0 Iowa State 0 Kansas 0 placed by brilliant runs by Harmeson and Miller Harmeson failed to make the kick for extra point NORTHWESTERNILLINI MEMORIAL STADIUM Cham lalgrn Oct 27 a homecoming crowd of North westefn met the University of Illinois today effort to stop tha Illlhl in their race to another Big Ten cham pionship Zuppke atarted his second string backtleld with the regular line while Hanley opened up with his best line up the mini and Northwestern failed to make good pn threats to score in the first few minutes of play Illi noia marched to tho Purples 4 yard strips losing the ball on downs Coach Zuppkes flrst string lineup In stituted near the end of the first pe riod was unable to make material gains Score Illinois 0 Northwest ern 0 MICHIGANWISCONSIN ANN ARBOR Oct 27 Wisconsin undefeated this season and Michigan with three straight defeats met here this afternoon in the fif teenth renewal of their Western Con ference rivalry The crowd was esti mated at The first period ended without scor ing after Wisconsin marched from their 16 yard line to Michigans 24 yard line largely by a 39 yard end run by Lusby sophomore halfback who added 11 more a moment later Michigan made three first downs two of them on forward pnsses out gain Bardwells pass was smeared owa taking the ball on their 20 ynrd Ine when Bardwell dropped the ball before he could throw it McLain hit center for four yards Pape added our more McLain hit ceniw and made it first down on Iowas 30 yard Ine Pape then smashed thru center for five Jardd McLain hit center for two yards Pape broke thru left tackle for nine yards aa tho final gun waa fired with Iowa the victors in the errltlo battle Town 7 MinnecoU 8 x TIGERSNEBRASKA LINCOLN Oct 27 ideal fall weather prevailing prospects of a recordbreaking attendance of at the MissouriNebraska football this afternoon was indicated by midforenoon It was the feature game of the Biff today 3 Corporation Charters Are Issued by Secretary DES MOINES Oct 27 tary of Stato Ed M Smith this week Issued corporation charters to the fol lowing companies Louis E Armstrong Realty and In vestment company ofPort DocJsc real estate capital Louis E Armstrong president and manager P C Mooller vice president and man ager P C Moeller vice president and treasurer and C J Simmons sec retary Wilson Motor company of Knox vlllc automobiles capital Ho bart Wilson president J M Johnston secretarytreasurer Mutual Old Lino Insurance com pany of Des Molncs mutual Insur PROBLEM MOST URGENT OF ALL SAYS NOMINEE Candidate Wont Allow Question to Drift Along By JAMES WEST Associated Press Staff Writer 1X7ASHINGTON Oct 27 bert Hoover announced today hat If the republican party la re turned to power he would call an ex tra session ot congress to deal with farm relief if adequate legislation should not be enacted at tha coming session The question of a special session of congress after March 4 In the event ot the return of the republicanparty has been under discussion tor some said a formal statement issued by the republican presidential candi date Agricultural Relief Urgent question particuUurly agricultural aolutionondrJstJ not for a whole year It Is our most urgent economic problem I should hope It can be dealt wltf at the regular session this fall and thus a special session avoided If however that cannot be accomplished I would If elected not allow the mat ter to drift and would of necessity call an extra session so as to secure early constructive Under the Hoover plan the new congress to be elected on Nov 6 would be summoned to Washington perhaps in April with the hope that an agricultural measure embodying hla program for relief could be en acted In time for Its operation in the handling oC the 1929 crop This Is a program which Senator Borah of Idaho proposed in a formal statement late yesterday While both Hoover and Borah are hopeful action by the present congress the session to start early in December will continue only three months under law and usually Jittle general legisla tion has been enacted at these short sessions because of the pressure of en acting the annual supply bills If a special session of the new con gress were not called aftera failure of tho prosent congress to act it would be two years beforea farm re lief measure could be brot Into actual operation Asks More Tariff Hoovers program for out lined in his speech of acceptance and reiterated in his West Branch Iowa and Elizabethton addresses calls first for increased tariff protec tlonand of a farm board to which would be given federal finan cial aid in handling the crop surpluses In his forthcoming speech at St Louis Nov 2 the republican presi dential candidate is expected to go more Into tho actual details ot his farm aid proposal outlining each more in detail both as to structure and the methods ot operation President Coolidga is expected to deal with agricultural relief In his final annual message to congress in December and it is known that agri cultural leaders In the two houses wll urge enactment ot some of the pend ing measures which are designed tn bring relief to the nations basic In dustry Merger of Creamery Companies Announced NEW1 TORK Oct 27 T H Mclnncrncy of the National Dairy Products corporation announced today terms have been agreed on for merger with the General Ice Cream Corporation of Schenectady thru an of stock Six shares National Dairy pro ducts will be exchanged for 10 shares of General Ico cream plus additional compensation to be paid in deben tures Directors of the two companies will act on tkc proposal at a meeting next week The consolidation brings together companies with total assets of National Dairy Products hav ing and General Ico Cream Many must Buffer to make one great How many coons example must die to produce one Cedar napids Gazetta Will Rogers NEW YORK Oct best thing I have seen In a political speech was where Chairman Has kob said he had 11 children Thats wonderful If more men in pol itics would raise children instead of issues we would have a bigger and better country N 0 wonder Al want edto swing him over to his side New York is getting theirdis guises ready and memorizing the various names thar are to Tote under all day Nor 8 Coolldga gave Mary and Doug lunch Tmt took nothing oft their Income tax Yours WILL Copyright 1928 SMITH OFF TO SEEK VOTES IN Democrats Claim ing Chance in Penn sylvania By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff NEW oct 27 satisfied in his own mind that his fight fok the presidency has made forward strides as a result or his New England Incursion Governor Smith today car ries his campaign Into Pennsylvania ah enemy stronghold which haa not folt tho sting of democratic defeat in more than 70 years For an hour late today the demoi oratic presidential nominee vrlU head an automobile procession thru tho principal streets ot Philadelphia an 4 tonight In the Quaker city will deliver the thirteenth dreu of campaign which baa taken him moro than MENUITSOUT OF COUNTY Wooten and Kurant Are Both Held in Mur fc der Case HOWARDSVILM3 Oct 27 t Freddie Wooten Berger gangster and defendant in tho murders of high way patrolman Lory Price and Mrs Price escaped from the Madison county Jail here today with Mike Curant who was recently granted a new trial in case The pair tawed their way out of the Jail They cut away an iron bar of a celt n which they were confined and hen sawed out another bar in a first loor window of tho Jail which faces he courthouse square here They used a part of the bar of their cell o bend adjacent bars in the cell and he window made appertures large mough to enable them to crawl out The escape occurred some time be ween 1 and 5 oclock this morning t was discovered at the latter hour ly the Jailer Sheriff C H Hermann said he had no Idea how the prisoners ibtalned the saw Woolens wife visited him Tuesday he said but there was no Indication ihe had helped him plan his escape 6 DIE AS CAR DIVES75FEET Blinding Lights of Another Machine Cause Plunge to Death MARTINEZ Oct 27 parent failure of tho driver to seo a sharp turn in the highway because of jllndlng headlights on an approaching car resulted in the deaths ot six per sons all of Berkeley when their mot or car plunged over a 75 foot bluff at Tormey near here last night The dead Edward B Hussey 63 ro ired civilian machinist for tho navy Mrs Minna Griffin 20 his daughter Mrs Margaret Newman 45 operator of a boarding house for eoeducnton al students at the University of Cali ornla Miss Ida Newman her daugh er a student at tho university Miss Pearl Clark address not learned Sheriff n ri Veale snld that accord ing to a report mado to him by How ard Sweet oC Crockett Hussey the driver was blinded by tho lights on Sweets machine Sweet told the officer that Husscyn car veered to the left side of tho road and crashed against his car then swerved to the rght again and plunged over the bluff Prior to his entry into the governors schedule called for half hours parade In the city of den N where his Bpecial iralh la due to arrive at p leaving the Pennsylvania station at Start at 7 p m Advance Information received at lomlneea headquarters Indicated ither big eastern reception for him iu he two cities The parade Ifi Phila delphia will terminate at the Beilo Oie Stratford hotel where the gaverti lor and hla party will make thdHp icadquarters overnight The speechT he subject of which remained a fee ret today will start at 7 p fiviaj on City and will bo broadcast ver tho WEAF nationwide Governor Smith worked all day esterday on the address but did omplete a rough draft until late Ight Whether tho nominee will return o New York after attending church n Philadelphia tomorrow morning or Isit the homo of John T lialrman of the democratic ommitteo near Cohterville re nalned undecided today It he goes to Ir Raskobs home he will remain lere until Monday morning and then tart directly for Baltimore where ha vlll open the final week of the cam nlgn before election with another for al address riptures Fighting Chance In going to Pennsylvania for poech Governor Smith is following he advice of his campaign manageie They figure ho stands a fighting banco to carry the Keystone which since tho election of JamesBu hanan In 1850 has returned ortnble republican majorities in every uadrennlal election except In the y seism ot 1012 wlicn Roosevelt won ut AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen K I aint never been un true to pa but sometimes wfcen hes been right hate ful I set an dream about other fellers that used to court   

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