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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa I Tti DAILY NEWSPAPER VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PEP COPY AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT TTTV TTiWA q ATTTPFt A V r Oil Y 1UWA bAlUKDAY NOVEMBER 10 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 28 OWA OHIO STATE TIE 77 IN THIRD PERIOD Q11 Tour of South America PlanCrtf Hoover Soon VESSEL TO TAKE PARTY ON GOODWILL TRIP PresidentElect to Sail From West Coast in Two Weeks By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer CTANFOHD UNIVERSITY Nov 10 Hoover con templates spending 40 days in a tour of South America the only continent upon which he has yet to set foot befort returning to Washington for his inauguration as president on March 4 Under present plans he will sail from a Pacific coast port probably Pan Diego within a fortnight and end his long Journey at some point on the Atlantic seaboard early in Janu ary thus spending Christmas either In South America or on the high seas In desiring to visit the other Amer ica the presidentelect has tho two fold purpose of fostering good will be tween his own country and those to the south and getting a closaup perspective of the problems of the La tinAmerican states To he GoodWill Tour Friends of the presidentelect em phasize that this is to be in no sense a diplomatic mission but purely one ot good will Thus the presidentelect would keep clear of any discussion pending diplomatic questions such as TacnaArlca adhesion to tho Briand peace treaty denouncing war and tariff questions which have been the subject of exchanges between the SMITH TO GIVE HIS FAREWELL Defeated Candidate Will Speak Over Hookup Tuesday Night YORK Nov 10 nor Smith will deliver A Message to the American over a nation wide radio hookup Tuesday night Announcement of the address was made by democratic national head quarters but no one professed to know what its nature would he A statement the governor made at Al bany in a conference with reporters however led many to believe that it would he nonpartisan and made in an attempt to heal the wounds left by t the political campaign Every man when elected to 01 i the governor said is entitled ito a full fair chance to make good yind Mr Hoover should have every as Distance from every In a way the talk probably will be j the governors poltticau valedictory to people Ife announced after his ii defeat that he would never run for As the Ammistice Pact Was Signed 10 Years Ago Here is a sketch received in the United Stales shortly lifter the sicnliig of the armistice showing the re eption of the German plenipotentiaries in railroad cmof Marsha Foch inside the French lines where e mffir World war was signed The drawings shows I Marshal Admlrri ejmss 3 an American debate prolmlily General Rhodes 4 General 5 M Erzbergcr 6 General on Gundell 7 General von Wlnterfold 8 Count ObermlorK Consider Williams Verdict LAVA POURS DOWN ON office again Fortyone stations headed by WE AF will participate in the broadcast The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Scientific Kitchen Careful research has demonstrat ed that a great saving in house work is easy practical by bet ter arrangements of kitchens and kitchen equipment Von can save thousands of steps endless stooping and eternal lift ing if things are planned right for your convenience A government Iwoklet fuily Il lustrated with plans and sketches gives the results of scientific study in convenience A copy awaits you for four cents postage and handling cost Use the coupon Frederic 1 Hasliin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information liureau WnsliiiiKton D C I enclose herewith four cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet CONVENIENT KITCHENS iVnme Street Stale Worst Volcanic Disaster of Mountain Since 1669 CATANIA Sicily Nov 10 railway bridge at Mascali today fell prey to the moHen torrent of lava pouring down the eastern slope of Mount Etna which has destroyed the town of Mascali andwas devastating the neighboring of Nunzlata The flow across the railroad tracks cut communications between Catania ind Messina Steamship service be ween the two places was Inaugurated four trips being made daily by four ships Inhabitants Ordered Out Tho village of Carraba was cleared ot Inhabitants Factories and mills n the region were being dismantled Developments during tho past 24 lours showed that this was the most mportant outbreak of Mount Etna since 16G3 In the point of lava flow Watchers slept a sleepless night ob serving the uncanny effects of the molten mass upon what was the rich est fruit and grapo hearing land Sicily ruined countryside was studded with trees burning like torches while the relentless sweep of Judges Take TEACHERS HEAR Under ment FOOTBALL SCORES TEAM Ohio State Iowa Army Notre Dame 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Michigan Navy Indiana Minnesota NOTRE DAMEARMY y c Local Testify to Good Character of Defendant NEW DELEGATE Nov The Williams disbarment trial came to an end here yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock and Judges Hale Nichols and Hamil ton have taken the case under ad visement and will not announce their verdict for several days The end ot the trial came aHer Ar thur L Rule F A Ontjes Harvey Bryant and R H Clougli Mason City attorneys and E B Stillman Clonr Lake vice president of the Cerro Gordo bar association and Sen ator C F Johnston Sheffield had been on the witness stand Friday in ijehalf of Mr Williams Mr Hulo was the first on the stand He said he had known Mr Williams since the Spanish American war and said that he had always regarded the reputation character and moral In tegrity of Williams to be of the high cst type When asked if ho had ever the torrent was strange explosions punctuated by Crevices were heard Mr Williams reputation dis cussed he said that he had Agreed on Williams Ho stated that lawyers In disctiss him bad decided that he was a mnn whose word could be depended upon The testimony of the other five men was essentially the same Mr Stlllnian said bo hud known Mr Wil Would Have Only Few Attend State Con ventions MOINBS proposal to Nov 10 The reorgnnize the Iowa association so that tho annual state convention would be a delegate affair Instead of a general gathering of thousands of pedagogs with the full membership taking its conventions In sections will be stud ied for another year The motion passed by the electorate meeting last night providing for fur ther study also added four members to tho committee on reorganization so that all seven districts ot the associ ation would be represented The motion was presented by Supt Studehaker o Des Molnes and seconded and approved by Supts ST formed and gave forth a strong odor like gasoline It was ihot that the explosions were due to combustion caused by the intense heat ot the subterranean gasses developed by the putrefaction of vegetable matter In tho subsoil which B rich in water Cuts Off Railroad The cutting off ot railroad commun ication wns expected to be followed shortly by the blocking of tho high way The railroad operaien to the last minute nearly 2 m Then the lava moving CS feet in two hours began to take possession A railway detour by the coastal line ivns boinj organized this afternoon is weH service by way Termini I Impersc and leading to Palermo Clark of Sioux City and F T Vas cy of Mason City Tlie association last night chose nri Its president Miss Esther Helliig of Dulnique whose nomination lilte that of all other officers including the Ustrlct vice presidents also elected last night was tantamount to elec tion The new president a classroom j teacher is ono of but a few women u a bams for 30 years as they had lived tp attain the presidency as boys at Emmetslnirg He stated that he had never rg known Mr Wil liams to be anything but a person of high character and moral principles Attorney Williams was on the wit ness stand for two hours telling of TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUiUN 3 Would Place All of Iowas Roads Under Commission BURMNOTON Xov 10 entire system of county nnd township roads In Iowa nsgreffalingr about 000 miles would be placed under juris diction of the state highway commis sion with county boards of stipcrviK ora under a proposal ad vanced at tho first hearing of Uin Iowa secondary roads commission ap pointed by Governor ammill by direc tion of the sttae legislature Funds for maintenance estimated at annually and for provcmcnt work fixed at n year also would be consolidated Will Rogers YORK Xnv the editorial writers get thru analyzing all the various reasons for Smiths defeat rpllfjon prohibition Tam many Brown hat prosperity wisecracks Ras cobs and all the rest ot them maybe one of them will acci dentally hit tho renl reason democrat Hoover would have beat Cool idgo If Coolidire hnd been run ning os the rlem ROGERS ocrallc ticket n North ampton the other day to vote Jit Coolldgc found a house that rented for a month and took it He Is not a president hut a renter Yours WILT HOC Kits Copy right 1928 TX Slinkcr of Des Molnes was reelected treasurer ot the state association Vice presidents from the seven districts were elected as fol lows Northeastern A E Jcwett of Waterloo northwestern A E Har rison of Irftko View centra A J Stcffey of Knoxvllle north central J F Overmeyer of Aigona southeast ern K W Fannon of Contcrville M M McTntiro of Audubon and south central Bertha Taylor of Ori ent TWO KILLED IN WESTERN BLAST Chemical Plant in Richmond Explodes Oth ers Hurt RICHMOND Nov 10 Two men were killed two olhcrs were Injured probably fatally and a dozen more were seriously hurt when the Western Industries Corporation chem ical plant hero bleuup yesterday bursting the of this brick build ing The dead are Jack Chandler and James Drury Expected to die an1 Jack Cnldirm and Dert Rerguson body was blown from the second floor of the building unci wedged between two tanks outside The blast wrecked the entire inter ior of the plant and Hhnitcrcd win dows within a hiilf mile radius OTHER SCORES BULLETIN Notre Dnnio ticil the score just as the third period ended the count being Army 6 Notre Danio 6 YANKEK STADUIM New York Nov 10 Points 1828 grid iron championship hopes were staked today against the challenge Notre Domes warriors before close to 000 spectators in the most colorful interscctional fracas of the eastern season Nlemlec outpunting hiscadet rival Murrel kept the army on the defen sive gradually pushing the soldiers back toward their own goal Neither running attack had shown any symp toms of breaking loose so fur altho it was taking smart defensive work by the Notre Dame secondaries to plug gaps torn 1 nthelr line pVrlbdemied scoreless kicking exchange Notr ipame completed a beautiful pass NIemic to Chcvlgny for a gain of 22 yards putting the ball on Armys 43 yard line A penalty and a few will heaves broko up the threat forcing NIemic to kick Notre Dame got a break early in the second period when NIcmiecg punl took a sharp twist out of bounds on Armys 3 yard line Murrel kicked out to Jils 37 yard mark Fred Collins Hoosier fullback got loose far a dasl to tho cadet 17 yard stripe Cagle Army star got 20 yards to Armys 47 yard lino soon after the third period opened He then dropped back and hurled a magnificent pass to Messinger who was clowned on Notro Dames 33 yard line Cagle dashed off tackle to the eight yard line Murrel made three more hen Caffle registered first down on the three yard line The redheaded Army ace knifed thru for two yards more nnd Murrel went over for a touchdown in two plunges Spragne mlBBed goal Score Army 6 Notre Dunifl 0 A 16 yard penalty ngainst the Cndnls or roughing gave Notre Dame the ball on Armys 37 yard line Fretl Collins circled right end to Armys 24 yard Inn Chevigny then hurled thru a big gap at center to the 12 yard stripe Jack Chevlgny slashed thru center for six yards and Collins added ton I more thru the same gap Army stop tied the next play Then Collins fum bled oa ho plunged for the goal line Murrel recovered for tho army The cadets registered first down on theif 36 yard lino after an exchange of kicks The scrappy Hoosier for wards there however forced Murrel to punt Chevigny circled Armys right end for a 12 yard dash Fred Collins In two lunges made another first down FIRST Wisconsin 6 Chicago 0 Kansas Aggies 0 Missouri 13 Princeton 13 Washington Lee 0 Dartmouth 0 lirown 7 Pittsburgh 0 Washington cm 0 CarncRln Tech 7 Georgetown 0 Harvard 0 Penn 7 Yale 0 Maryland 0 Illinois 0 llutler a Drake 0 Washington 0 Northwestern 7 Purdue 0 Grinncll 0 Iowa Slate Teachers 0 SECOND PERIOD Carncffic Tech 7 Georgetown 0 Ynle n Maryland 0 Dartmouth 0 Hrown 14 Pitt 6 Washington and Jefferson 0 Harvard fl Peuna 7 THIRD PERIOD Army 6 Notre Dame 6 Princeton 20 Washington and Leo 6 McLAIN CONNECTS FOR MARKER NEAR END OF 2ND FRAME Hawkeyes and Ohio State Battle Scoreless Thru Almost Half of Game but Holman Iowa Boy Scores for Buckeyes BULLETIN OHIO STADIUM Columbus Nov State evened the score in the third when Holman scored a touch down and Barralt place kicked goal making the score Iowa 7 Ohio State 7 OHIO STATE STADIUM Columbus Nov 10 Iowa fighting for championship acclaim in the western conference held a 7 to 0 lead over Ohio State at the end of the second period of the battle of these two hitherto unde ieated teams this afternoon McLain the churning Cherokee fullback scored marker in the second period when he plunged over for a touch down from the threeyard line Irving Nelson the blonde specialist in kicking drop kicked for the added point It was Welson who scored the point needed in Iowas victory over Min nesota two weeks ago The touchdown was scored with only about a minute and a half to play before the finish of the period Ohio opened up to make first it the start while Armil intercepted a pass to start things rolling for the lownns Glassgows charges and Ar mils otC tackle trips uccountert lor yardage but the Hawks were torced to Idck to Ohios 13 yard line The lowans were gaining steadily on the Ohio State In the quarter and had the Ohioans on the defensive at many on the 37 yard stripe The soldiers stopped tha march forcing Nlemlec to kick out of bounds on the 20 yard line Just before the half ended GOPHERSINDIANA MINNEAPOLIS Nov 10 nesota and Indiana football teams handicapped with crippled stars met in Memorial stadium today to play off the 1414 tie of lust year when the Honsiers prevented the Gophers from sharing the Big Ten conference titlo points the quarter endo Bidersc6rlnff In the opening of the second snagged Glassffmvs pass nnrl flashed away to lownns 24 yard line from whore they advanced it by a pass ant line buck tb tho Hawks 17 yard line A scries of punts in tins close foutclit struggle was resorted to in tho mid of the second period while toward I tho end the drive was started by the that resulted in tho touch by Point was kicked by FIRST PKRI1I Captain Holman of Ohio won the toss and choso to defend Hie south goal Hanalt kicked off for Ohio to Me MAROONSPURDUE DVCHE STA1UM Evanstou Xov 10 11 ralnsnaked field Northwestern and Purdue renewed their 20 year old gridiron relationship today before a shivering crowd of Northwestern jumped Into the I in the firyt five minutes of play when Paptaln llolmer carried the ball across the KOfil line after driving Purdue steadily back with his fine punting Lain who got it on his line and re turned it 38 yards Olassffow dove off I his left tackle for two yards Arinil I bumped left guard for four yards McLain punted to tnldficld Kliy re turned It four yards to Ohios 12 yard i ivc yards McLnln picked up a yard ff tackle Kaskowski blocked Olassgows pass They checked Olassgow around left id McCain punted to 15by who allowed the ball to roll over the goal Ohio put the ball in play on its 20 yard line Eby punted to Glassgow who sig nalled for fair catch on Iowas 4p yard line as the period ended with the score Iowa 0 Ohio 0 SECOND PERIOD Glassgow hit left tackle without tain Armil got four yards thru right guard Eby intercepted Gliissgowg pass and sprinted away on a 35 yard run to Iowas 21 yard line before ho was chased out of bounds They smeared Eby who lost four yards on a delayed buck Westra nailed him Holmans pass to Alber vas incomplete Holmnn hit left tackle for 2 yards to Eby over the mlildlo of tho line good for 7 yards Eby downed on Iowas 17 yard line Ohio to make the required Iowa took the ball on Its IT yard line Gtassgow got flvo yards off lelt tackle wns stopped at center Melanin punted to Kby who was spilled on Ohios 47 yard line line Eby smashed center for seven yards Holman passed to Eby who got HARVARDPENN Sfe Weai IOWA FORECAST Fair Saturday night mid Sun day LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S a m Sat urday Highest Friday 4tt Degrees Lowest Diirlnc Night 31 Degrees At 8 A M Saturday Precipitation 12 Indies After starting out with a flurry of snow Friday the weather man came back Saturday with a rise in tempera ture that exceeded that of any day so far this month HARVARD STADUIM Cambridge Nov 10 an an cient rivalry for tha second straight scar before parting again Pennsyl vanias powerful eleven invaded Cam bridge nt full strength today to tacltli Harvards rising tide Pennsylvania wasted no time scor ing Ouarnaccia Harvard ball car rying ace fumbled on his own 18 yard line the first play after the klckoff and Murphy recovered for Pennsyl vania Kcuil went over for the xcore after the crimson suffered a penalty to the threo yard line Scull drop kicked the exira point NAVYMICHIGAN STADIUM Haiti more Nov 19 many men and women prominent in naval nnd civil affairs among the CJ spectators Navy nnd the llnivornlty of Michigan met in their annual foot ball game hero today Neither team was able to gain ap preciably on straight foothall and re sorted to kicking lionntrom ind Kimrall doing the booting ly for the Middies and the Wol verines Creston Woman Gets Year for Driving Car While Intoxicated This put the ball in mldfleld Far oh Intercepted Holmans pass on without Iowa wns penalized five yards for dolaying tho game Eby In ilo left minrd without pain McFJatn Cory stepped out uf without for two yards imintr Ohio drew a five yard pnnalRnskowskl wart injured on tho play ty for off side Cory nsain went uiitlpnd tlnif was Mtcen out of bounds without gaining Eby OhssKow broke thru his left guard gained two yards around his right j for 21 to Ohios 27 yord f ilfne lifTore ho was stopped McCain Ehy slipped nnd fall on Ohios M slipped thru rkrht for two yard line for 1 five yard loss Kby punted to ninfsgow who signalled for a faircatch on Iowas 17 yard line off 22 yards going te yard line before he was upset Armil gained it yard off left tackle A GJassgow to Fnrroh vrns good for four yards Holmrm bat ted down punted short to rtobrrts who downed the ball on Ohios 15 yard line Kby hit tackle for three yards Kby punt ed short Ihn ball railing out of hounds on Ohios 32 yard lino pquirmod thru rontcr y missing first down lit enter for first down on OSiios 18 yard line smashed ritrht tacklefor five yards Kclby withont McTairi hit center for fnur niasspow attempted a gon placement from 21 yard line went Hhoit anil wide of thr goal Ohio put the ball In play on Its 20 yard line Kby puntod to on Iowas Jit yard line and he returned it to mldfleld pereed center for seven ynnis Olnsstrow made three yards thru tackle Glasggow gained six ynrds for first down on Ohios 15 yard lino Glassgon cut thru right Sirnrd for five yards Ohio took time out ripped left guard for five TURN TtMAGK 15 COLUMN 4 yards from but It yards Gtassgow bumped center for WEATHER NEXT WEEK CRKSTON Nov 10 Ala1 For tlie upper Mlssiwlpnl und low bio lohnson of Creston uas sentenced er Missouri valleys nnd the northern an1 central grrat ppriorls of precipitation but mostly In tho womans reformatory ntjfnir In Hoiiiliorn tcmpcra llockwdl City on a chargo nf driving lure above nnrnial until after an automobile while intoxicated week fullowrd hv colder hnfoiv ippeal likely will be taken iwcckcnd by Judge Homer A fuller today to servo a sentence of not to exceed one AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Women can keep still about some things but I aint ever peen one that could wash her hair with out tellin I
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