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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRH REPORT HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 198 EGRET HONEYMOON r Griffith in ession With Iowa Council CAMPUS IS ON EDGE TO HEAR Big Ten Chief Expected to Give Detailed Charge to Council BULLETIN IOWA CITY May 38 Jlaj John L Griffith Western conference commissioner of athletics this afternoon said that evidence of n slush fund to pay athletes was tho only ba for the Big Tens action in severing relations with the Uni versity of Iowa Alunml membership on the Iowa athletic council is not the object of tho attack he said fol lowing a threehour conference with President Walter A Jea sup TOW A CITY May 28 Rushed i from the train on which he ar rived shortly before S a m Maj John L Griffith Big Ten commis sioner of athletics was swept into a series of conferences with Uni versity of Iowa officials as they be gan today the task of investigating the official basis for the disciplinary againstthe school by the i conference than two ilaysbT rumors and CRIME MEETING WITH PRESIDENT discussion Griffith here in response to an Iowa request paused at the railroad station only Jong enough to assert that any information concerning the charges against Iowa must come not from him but from university official Meets With President The commissioner conferred this morning with E H Lauer director of athletics and Walter A Tessup president of the university His con ference with the full athletic coun cil was set for 2 p m The meeting was called behind closed doors All of the 11 members of the Iowa athletic council were expected at the meeting except Rtiss C Butler of Chicago alumni member pre vented from attending by illness Tho he nominally still is in office Paul E Belting recently otisted di rector of athletics was not in the list His chair was taken by E H Lauer recently appointed to succeed campus meantime buzzed truck was not badly smashed but tne big question as far as the pub the touring car was said to be de molished All of the occupants of the two cars were thrown clear at the time of the collision CUE STUDENT DIES IN CRASH Mason City Seniors Hurt in Crash on Lake Shore Frederick Beck in Serious Condition After Auto Collides With Truck The senior class picnic at Mason City high school graduates was marred Monday morning at when an automobile driven by Vinl cent Tiernan and containing fourj other seniors collided with a Mason City Hardware company truck driven by Bion McPeak near the tourist park at Clear Lake Both cars were headed for the class outFlpvpn Momhove ing which was being held at state IVlClIlDeiS park Frederick Beck son of Allan F Beck was seriously injured receiv ing a broken leg and a broken arm cuts bruises and possible internal injuries He was brot to the Park hospital here where attending phy sicians described his condition as serious Harry Montgomery W i 11 a r d Strong and Joe Schroeder riding in the Oakland touring car with Tier nan and Beck suffered cuts bruises and a shock McPeak was also cut and may have internal injuries His companion Francis Younker es caped with cuts All except Beck were taken to the Phillips hospital at Clear Lake where they were later discharged McPeak was taken to the Mercy hospital where it was stated he waa suffering from a fractured rib and other Injuries The accident occurred at tne turn impted r 1 pass the truck Both wer6 going the same direction and it is thot that the cars struck loose gravel The MAY BE LINDBERGHS HONEYMOON COTTAGE problem the new of Hoover Before First Session WASHINGTON May 2S lected by President Hoover to dispose of the foremost before the administration national law enforceemut commis sion was assembled here today for its first meeting The 10 distinguished men and one woman who make up the group were invited by the president to be his luncheon guests at the white house before he places the cabinet room at their disposal for the initial meeting As a preliminary to this meet ing President Hoover has had op portunity to discuss his views of the problem In some detail with George W Wickersham chairman of the commission who house guest since Sunday tfJfphW bigtproblerhTJef orethe com mlsSlqn today aside from formal or ganization was toconsider the pro cedure to be followed in the gigantic task before it Within that problem lie appeared to be concerned at least was the amount of time to be devoted to the study of prohibition enforcement MABEL OFFERS HER RESIGNATION him The with reports that Prof T A Good enough of the University of Illinois chairman of the Big Ten faculty committee had declared that Iowa could establish within three days a basis on which to win its way back Into the good graces of the Big Ten The route he indicated was by purging the university athletic de partment of the taint of alumni con trol Alf Wnlch Conference In view of ttits statement from Professor Goodenough campus in terest in the conference of Griffith with the athletic council held added interest There was a possibility that Grif fith in addition to discussing details of the alleged slush fund for ath letes might discuss with the coun cil the question of its three alumni members appointed by President Jessup last fall in response to de TURN TO PAGE 11 COL 8 Sophomore Dies After Colj Hoover Accepts Mrs Wille lision Companion Is Injured CEDAR RAPIDS May 2S Elmo Holland 19 sophomore at Coe college was killed last night in a collision between the automobile In Which he was riding and one driven by Ralph Byerly of Lisbon miles east of here Frank Buresh 19 also a Coe student who waa driving re ceived a fractured skull and injuries to his chest Byerly was cut on the head Louis and Hulda Gubl of Olin riding with Byerly were cut and bruised An inquest will be held when those In jured recover Holland was birsiness manager of the Acorrf Coe college yearbooK AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Jane thinks its wicked for doctors to experiment on animals hut it takes hoi seven twists to wring a chickens head off POPULACE TO OISGUSS CASE Mass Meeting Planned to Learn Truth About Shields Rebman DES MOINES May 28 While lawyers prepared to wage a Jegal battle to have the injunction under which Des Moines university is operating set aside or modified business men in Highland park sub Durban district in which the school is located planned a mass meeting to night Posters were circulated today an nouncing the mass meeting and de claring the university officers fac ulty and students will tell the whole truth about Shields and Rebman xxx citizens the truth Shall Des Moines university live Dr T T Shields is president of the board of trustees and Miss Edith Rebman is secretary A stu dent demonstration against them May 11 resulted in an order by the trustees to close the institution A court order reopened it Dr Shields left town under police protection following a student egg bombing of the administration building in which the trustees met Dismissal of the entire faculty of the university in cluding President H C Wayman contributed to the student uprising Brandts Request to Be Relieved WASHINGTON May 28 Mabel Walker Willebrandt sub mitted her resignation today as as sistant attorney general effective June 15 and it was accepted by President Hoover The letter of res dated ignation May 26 before Mrs Willebrandt left for Waco Texas to receive a degree from Baylor university was received at the white house this morning Mrs Wille brandt explained that she had been tendered the post of Washington Mrs Willebrandt counsel for the aviation corpora tion and Its subsidiaries which of fered her a field of constructive legal work and that she wished to accept it I genuinely regret leaving of ficial connection with the accom plishments of your administration she wrote I have given jiowever This IB the guest house on the Dwlght Morrow estate at North Haven Maine which has been men tioned as a possible destination of Colonel Lindbergh anil his bride the former Anne Morrow on their honeymoon journey The utmost accrccy has surrounded tho departure ot the couple from where they were married Monflay Upper left IB the new Mrs Lindy and riRht Is the HELD CAPTIVE South Dakota Doctor Is Kid naped by Chinese Rioters j AMOY Fuklcn China May 2S i missionary refugees attired in Chinese clothing as disj guises arrived here today from Ltmgyenchow where one of their number Dr C H Holleman uff Springfield S Dak was made tive by communists May 23 I The refugees said that 2000 com munist soldiers attacked the mis sionary compound of the American Reformed Presbyterian mission shouting The Russians are furnishing us with money and we are giving our Green Flask to Start for Rome Wednesday at S OLD ORCHARD Maine May 28 Lewis A Yancey navigator of the Green announced today that the plane would leave here at S R m to morrow for Rome The an nouncement followed a telephone conference with New weather bureau officials Final preparations for the takeoff were under way this nftornnon BULLET WOUND PROVES FATAL Prince de Sagan Shot Him self Over Love Affair With Peasant Girl PARIS May 28 de Sagan 19 year old son of the former Anna Goulir died this mornrng after a vain llclay fight to recover from a bullet wound self inflicted wheu Will Rogers Says PITTSBURGH May Threw Iowa out of the football league for paying too much to their players Most of the col leges just give m em board f schooling iC they want to take any school Ing These oth er colleges are so shocked that they will play with Iowa this fall then break off next year There is only one fair way to ever arrange amateur ath Sg WILL country and thats et the athlete work on commission of what they draw at the gale then make them pay their own school ing expenses Yours WILL ROGERS NEWLYWEDS IN VANISHING ACT AFTER NUPTIALS Bridal Pair May Have Sailed on Guggen heim Yacht 0 BULLETIN ROOSEVELT FIELD N T May 28 Charles A Lindberghs plnno was taken nut oT its hangar for a brief niyslory flight today unrt then returned without any explana tion beinff given Thft flight was over Fnrmlnf ilnlo and Lnke Ronknnkonia Long Islnnd but no lunriing was made TARIFF BILL IS ALMOST CERTAIN PASS HOllSE YORK hone May 28 The eymoon destination of Col Charles A Lindbergh and his brlda he former Anne Morrow like so nany of the Lone Eagles flights enveloped in complete secrecy oday After the couple left the Morrow ome at Englewood N J yesterday ollowing their marriage they Iropped completely from sight Newspaper vigils at flying fields steamship piers railroad terminals and even highways leading ouf of sew York yielded no trace of the newlyweds There were scores of rumors and theories but none oE them was con firmed One report was that an am phibian plane had landed last nlgbt jiiHempateatJ harbor outside tiie Longl3landeatate 2on being finally overpowered by the com munists who razed the mission and forced Dr Holleman to come with them with the excuse they needed him to treat their wounded They finally retreated toward the Kwang tung border The refugees said the attack was purely antiforeign since no Chinese houses were molested at all They were able to make their way to safety only by donning the Chinese attire Every effort Is being made to communicate with Dr Holleman thru friends and American consular officials Soviet Consul Held HARBIN Manchuria May 28 IT Chinese officials searched the soviet consulate here yesterday seizing the consul and staff and holding them on criarges which re mained undisclosed today were that the Chinese were inspired by the rovernmcnt and were for documents which more than seven years to public I Reports service and I trust my helpfulness authorities to you may not cease when I bei Nanking come just a private citizen searching An alert lawyer Mrs Willebrandt i might have implicated the Moscow had risen to an outstanding place in government in antinationalist activ the danks of women officials Sheties particularly as regards the re was in charge of the administration j volting war lord Feng Yu Hsiang of federal prisons and prohibition prosecutions Crowded House Hears Luvevne Senior Play LUVRRNE May The senior class play Turn to the Right was given at the school gym Fri day andSaturday evenings The play was a comedy drama in four lets and was heard by a crowded house The cast was ns follows Victor Kanary Forest Raney Ed win Van Doren Hector Kanary mer Merkle Lillie Wolfe Fern WOULD PRINT ALL ROLL CALLS Senate Committee in Favor of Full Publicity Hereafter ing until he was 21 The prince came home at Whitsuntide from his school in southern France and sought his parents permission to wed a girl nearly two years older than himself with whom he had fallen in love She and her parents had accom panied him to Paris and they ex Hi father the Duke de Talleyrand told him no and insisted he wait until he was 21 years old His Pavement of 180 miles of Iowa mother took the same position as Additional I Counties for p J T J V C H By THE A88OCI ATBD PIUS primary roads is authorized by the adoption In four counties yesterday of bonds issues aggregating J4875 000 Dubuque Linn Van Huron and Webster were the counties added to the list of good road proponents Union county voting today on a 5550000 bond issue has fin oppor tunity to become the seventythird of Iowas 99 counties which have approved bonds Bonds authorized to date total 584275657 Fort Dodge carried Webster countys larg est voted upon this rural opposition yesterday Tho vote in 32 of 35 precincts which had re ported early today was 5140 yes and 4078 no In country precincts the count was 3469 to 610 against the bonds but Fort Dodge rolled up a favorable vote of 4530 to 509 A 9 to 1 majority was registered for Linn countys 1700000 issue The final tally was to 894 Cei dar Rapids returned a vote of 61191 to 253 for the bonds Dubuque counI tys issue carried 4549 to 916 or a 5 to 1 ratio The city of Dubuque stood 13 lo 1 for the bonds Sixteen of Van Buren countys in precincts gave a issue a margin of 1312 to 804 Kcosauqua I he counly seat voted 281 to 91 for the bonds This was the only county voting yesterday on a first issue approved the father but modified this and told him they might bo married when he was 20 in July The young man protested that if they did not grant him permission to marry at once he would shoot himself but his mother did not take him seriously She had hardly left him when she heard a shot and turned to have him fall almost in her arms He was taken to a private hos pital where an operation was per formed and he bullet extracted It had penetrated between the liver and heart The girl was immediate ly notified and remained with him hour after hour in the vain hope she would be able to aid in his re covery She was not present when he died however Former Pastor Plans Lindebac Eunice Thompson Harry i Publication hereafter of all roll callr Hoepner Donald Scribner Laurence taken in executive sessions of the Curran Gertrude Stoddard Robert j senate in the consideration of nomi Murray and Anna Goetsch Another hard thing to understand Is why a who went thru the I rt inr 1VIJ1 1HJ11 lllli Students and faculty members winter in thin silk hose adds a par said tonights mass meeting would of cute little socks when warm reopen the discussion nf lie univer wsather approaches Imlianapolih sity controversy from the beginning News self While Daughter At tends Commencement RAGLE GROVE May A Hcndryx 60 was found dead with a bullet wnund near his heart by his wife and two stepdaughters about 10 oclock last night on their return homo from the high school com mencement exercises where one of the girls had been graduated Hcndryx who was found lying in his bed has been in very poor health for a long time and is thot to have rommitlcd suicide The time of his Ioath was set at about 9 oclock by physicians He hid been manager of the Jnhn past year Before that time the family that in the future only a majority i months in the Holy LamJ He will I llvorl RI rndcliffp vote instead of the twothirds vote he joined here by his sister Misn Many Changes Would Be Authorized in Exist ing Rates IfASHINGTON May 28 house came to I he end of its ariff bill debate today winding up the three weeks of discussion with an old time partisan and his parents objected to his marryj which the subject has always aroused in American politics Only three hours were left tnUay for consideration of amendments under the special rule governing this phase of the debate which fixed the time limit at 3 p m Passage of the bill before 5 oclock was regarded as practically a certainty the intervening time bo ing required for necessary parlia mentary maneuvers All Adopted Together The bill has been considered for amendment by the house as a com mittee of the whole making It ne cessary after 3 oclock to resume its formal legislative status and vote again upon the scores nf changes it has decided upon Under such pro cedure however all amendments agreed upon by the committee of the whole are almost invariably grouped and adopted all tosreHier Only one oportunity was offered to Representative Garner of Texas the democatic leader in the plan of procedure ruling toray u express hii partys Disapproval of the mcns uro thru a motion for recommittal of the bill to its framurs lha ways and means committee wiln instruc tions to change it For thin attack he had selected chiefly I he adminis trative provisions which increase the power of the executive branch of the government to nller tariff rates Motion Calls For Repeal His motion carefully drafted in advance with a view to attractingj ths strongest possible support from republican as well r3 emociaiic ranks would call for repeal nf Ihci flexible provisions allowing the i president to change duties and would set up In placu of tle tariff commission 1 fact finding board responsible only to cnngross i The committee als would he in genheim Intimate friend of the fly er and that the honeymponers JjatJ sailed on S R Guggenheims yacht TrlJlora The yacht was Jn the har bor last night but was gone this morning Mny Have Bcon Ruse The preparation for flight of Colonel Lindberghs speedy biplane t Roosevelt field was believed to ave been a blind to throw newn aper men off the scent In this con nection it was also pointed out that nn aerial honeymoon by the coupln FATHER FOUND SHOT TO DEATH Eagle Grove Man Kills Him with perhaps every nirport in the country besieged by reporters and photographcrs The belief that Colonel and Mrs Lindbergh might sail on some ocean liner under assumed names received some support Meanwhile anxious city editors of newspapers kept their staffs keyed up waiting for the break when the honeymooners land be that landing from earth sky or sea WORLD SURPRISED ENGLEWOOD N J May 2S a waiting world com pletely by surprise Col Charles A Lindbergh and his bride the for mer Anne Morrow were away on a secret honeymoon today The marriage took place without previous announcement at 1 p m yesterday in the drawing room of the home of the brides father Am TURN TO IAGK II COT 1 Wea to Stop at Rockwell WASHINGTON May 28 ROCKWELL May Huv J Henry Hutchins pastor of a Pasadena Cal Congregational church plans to he at his old horit nations was recommended to the here to oclock on lu cll LrlB senate today by its rules committee Friday afternoon enrnute to tho son restaurant here for the The committee also recommended west coast after having spent three WEEKS FORECAST Mostly rloudy with probably lorn showers nnI thunder storms in cast nml south jior llnnH Tuesday night and Wed nesday and in northwest por tion Tiifsday Somewhat roolrr Wednesday and In west portion Tnisday nijflit LOCAL STATISTICS American Sugar corporation structcd under the molinn o dim figures for 2t hour period inate the provision iakin nway encljnp at 8 oclock a m Tuesday from the customs courts arul giving j to the secretary nf he treasury power to valuations in ap peals from appraisements ancl to adjust rates in all schedule so that J for May as the mercury was five degrees higher at 8 oclock than Monday The wind was in the soulh eant an indication more rain waa np Wnrmrst Mnmliiy T Coolest in Night 67 Decrees At 8 A M Tuescliiy 73 Decrees Ra in fail Indications were that Tuesday the duties shall not exceed ihe acj would break the temperature rcc tual diueience between cost if pro duction in the United States moi abroad now required be necessary for the Ruth Hutchins of Waterloo and 1ur consirtcritioii of a nomination in ing thnlr hiioT stay in Rorkwoll wil j open session be at the homo of Miss Mac Sadler Airs Hendryx and the two stcp ciaiiphtprs Orayce and Esther sur vive No funeral Arrangements have been made Sermon Preached for Seniors at Alexander ALEXANDER May senior class sermon was given Sun Jay evening in the United church by ths Rev Mr Frerick of the Re form church Mrs A Lclu The Heavenly Song ami the boys glee club gave two numbers Gypsy Trail and Faith i Future Tho subject of sermon was The Open Door in tho   

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