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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa fl Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITE DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FJVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS IJ3ASBD WIRE REPORT ASQN CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 2919 O M E EDITION UNITED PRBS3 AND NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO To Decorate Graves of 240 Veterans Thursday Tandy to Give Memorial Day Address at Cemetery1 University Officials Di rected to Seek Recon sideration fOWA CITY May zg i the University of Iowa in its ef fort to regain its former status in the Big Ten conference will take steps to assure the conference that a socalled athletic fund will be dis continued and that any athletic of ficials who have been a party to its use willbe dismissed still was clouded in a niaae or indirectstate inents today President Walter A Jessuj would make nodirect comment on the statement of Prof G AGood enough of Illinois chairman of the Big Ten faculty committee that conditions for reconsideration wen not only assurante of complete fac iilty control of ftthletics but also action against the alumni fund Major Griffith told us at his meeting with the athletic couuci yesterday that the point at issue was faculty control Dr Jessup said iPressed as to what Iowa woulc doto satisfy pther conditions laid to Professpr Gpodenoughs statement Presldfjci Jessupwoulc ASK REENTRANCE IOWA CITY May 29 a promise of complete faculty con trol of athletics the University of Iowa today based its application for reconsideration of the charges on which it lost its schedulemaking rights by action of the Big Ten con ference Saturday night A four nour conference yesterday between the athletic council and Maj John Big Tea com missioner resulted ina telegraphic request for reconsideration of the action of Prof George A Goodenough of the University of il iinois chairman of the western con ference facultycommittee Professor Goodenough replied that He planned to communicate with the other schools today but cou Id takenoformal action until an official petition was received from PresidentWalter A Jessup Faculty Control Is Issue Charges that alumni and Iowa City merchants had maintained a slush fund for athletes were pushed into the background as the athletic council passed a resolution statingthat the chief point at issue 13 control of intercollegiate athletics The councils pledge does not mean that the three alumni repre sentatives added to the board last fall will be removed President Tessup said He declared their ap pointment was not an issue Confidence was expressed by the athletic board in Prof E H Lauer new director of athletics A resolu Parade at 9 A M THE graves of 240 veterans of four A wars will be decorated at the Memorial day ceremony to be held at the local cemetery Thursday morn following a colorful parade thru the main section of the city The graves are the resting places of 185 Civil war veterans 9 Span shAmerican war veterans 42 World war veterans two from the war of 1812 and two United States The floral tributes which were jathered and prepared by patriotic orders will be put on the graves by etails of veterans and Boy Scouts luring the program at the ceme tery where the main speaker will be the Rev A W Mo former pastor of the First Bap tist church in Mason City and a vet eran of the World war The Rev Mr Tany will speak on In Mem ory To Read Lincoln Address An impressive part of the pro ceedings will be the decoration of the monument to the unknown dead by the womens auxiliaries Harry Green will read the Gettysburg ad dress B G Gashel chairman of the Memorial will pre side The salute to the dead willbe given by a detail of Company F of tha 133d Infantry of the Iowa Na tional guard Two drum an d bugle corps and AS5EMBLY AT COURTHOUSE A M Let all persons stop and stand at attentionas the flag goes by men and boys removing their hats Order of Parade 9 a m Column proceeds north on Washington avenue to Third street northwest thence to Federal avenue south on Federa I avenue to the cemetery Detail of Police ExServlca Men Marshal of the Day Conrad F Helblg Chief of Staff Roy B Johnson First Division Veterans Aide J Leonard Kline Band Municipal band C F Weaver director American Legion Drum and Bu gle Corps Military Headquarters Company and Co H and F 133d Infantry Iowa National Guard Major George D Craw ford Commanding G A R in Automobiles United Spanish War Veterans American Legion Second Division Auxiliaries Aide Starr Parker Senegalese Drum and Bugle Corps Womens Relief Corps Spanish American War Veterans Auxiliary Legion Auxiliary D aughtef s of V eterana rievcs den drummers and buglerslntheir new military uniforms the Legion TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMV 1 Gopher Golfer Is Leading in Big 10 Conference Play MINNEAPOLIS May 29 ester Bolstad captain of the Uni versity of Minnesota team led the ield by five strokes today at the nd of 54 holes of the 72 hole Big Pen golf championship play Bolstad ad 235 followed by John Burgelin VHchiganwith 240 tion said that his appointment gives fullest assurance of com plete faculty control Lauer was named this month to succeed Paul TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 8 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The idea of Paspendin money for a barometer to tell what the weathers goin todo when hes got rheu matism an1 Ive got a soft corn that aint never failed COURT HEARS WAYMANCASE Hfass Meeting of Students and Residents Given Presidents Side DES MOINES May 29 future control of Des Moines uni versity Baptist fundamentalist school in which administrative strife has reigned for the last three weeks was before the district court here today Judge Frank S Shankland was to hold a hearing this afternoon on making permanent the tempor ary injunction issued May 13 re straining the trustees from closing the institution In anticipation of the court hear ing interest in the controversy which culminated in a student riot was renewed last night at a mass meeting of students and Des Moines residents They crowded a church to hear Dr Harry C Wayman and other faculty members ai of whom were ousted by the board of trus tees present reasons for their oppo sition to Dr T T Shields chairman of the board and other members Dr Wayman charged that Shields used autocratic methods in hand ling the universitys affairs The president denied he was to blame for a student attack on trustees with stones and eggs declaringthe real cause was Dr Shields issuance of the order closing the school in definitely The board chairman had taken this action afterhe and Miss Edith M Rebman secretary had been ex tt director Boy Scouts School Children Citizens Salvation Array Band At thn Cemetery Music Municipal Band C FT Weaver director Invocation The Rev William H Spence Song America Public led by municipal band C F Weaver director Reading of General Order No 1 E G Gashel chairman Memorial association Decoration of Graves De tails of veterans and Boy Scouts Music High School band Song Mrs Avis Zumwalt Lincolns Gettysburg Address Harry Green Decoration of Monument to Un known Dead Womens Auxiliaries Song High School chorus Address The Rev A W Tany Salute to the Dead Detail CoF 133d Infantry I N G Taps American Legion bugla corps Star Spangled Banner High school band Dismissal E G Gashel chairman Memorial association FIGURES IN BIG TEN RUMPUS Big Ten Head Insists on Elimination of Athletic Fund JESSUP CLAIMS FACULTY RULE ONLY ISSUE onerated of charges of indiscretion Then the entire faculty was missed effective June 4 dis Girls Body Found in Des Moines River FORT DODGE May 29 Missing since April 23 the body of SI 00000 WORTH OF BONDS SOLD Funds to Be Used to Erect New Chickasaw County Court House NEW HAMPTON May D Markle county treasurer of Chickasaw county and worth of Chickasaw county court house bonds to the George MBerh tel company of Davenport yester day afternoon These bonds bear 4 per cent in terest and wero sold at a pre mium These bonds mature as fol lows June 1 1034 and annually thereafter The money received from the sale of the bonds will be used for the erection of the new courthouse Woman Claims New Altitude Record LOS ANGELES May 29 new altitude for women pilots wss claimed today by Miss Marvel Cros son of Los Angeles who apparently reached a heightof 24000 feet in a flight here yesterday Official recognition of tlie feat awaits the checking of he altimeter by the bureau of standards at Wash ington under the supervision of the National Aeronautical association The mark believed eclipsed by Miss Crosson was act by Mrs Louise Mc Wilma Stone i was found was Mrs MC any m the Des Momes river near i Phetridge Thaden of Oakland Cal Kal0 jaj 20270 feet early this year THAT doubtof efficient faculty control of ath letics at Iowa rather than individual violations of rules and regulations In themselves was the real basis of Iowas suspension of schedulemaking rightsin the Big Ten conference was disclosed by Mvj John Griffith commissioner to the athletic council meeting Tuesday afternoon Iowa City The forced resignation of Paul E Belting had been interpreted as the result of insurgent alumni pressure he admitted but he went back to Chicago convinced that the action was the result of almost unanimous opposition to Mr Belting from faculty and student body aa well as from There are indications that restoration of full conference rights to Iowa will be effected in the early future Aboveareshown soma of the men who have figured prominently in the upheaval No 1 is Bill Glasgow captainelert of Iowas football team who has said that conditions in other Big Ten schools should be investigated 2 Hurt Ingwer sen Iowas head football coach claims no school in tho conference triea harder to live up to Big Ten rules 3 Edward Lauer recently appointed ath letic director at Iowa 1 George Bresnahan Iowa track coach and Lauers assistant 5 Presi dent Clarence Cook Little of the University of Michigan charged the Big Ten committee per mitted commercial consideration to sway it in setting the date of expulsion at Jan 1 1930 in stcafl of immediately 6 Dr Walter Jessup president of the University of Iowa and 7 Maj John L Griffith commissioner of athletics in the conference who discussed the charges at Iowa City Tuesday with the athletic council which con sists of eight faculty members and three from the alumni Will Rogers PITTSBURGH May Lindy hung one on em didnt he Everybody is tickled to death he did The papers andT p h o tographers had hounded him so much since his en gagement that everyone was pulling h c would be able to marry in his own quiet way He knocked himself out of more wedding presents than any man that ever married ROGERS In his old days he will miss those carving sets butter knives salad bowls Haviland dinner set six of each and Ill bet Ford would have given em a car Well the boy Just never wag horn to be a business man Yours WILL FAILING MOtyR CAUSES LOTH TARIFF BILL IS NOW READY FOR Britain Is Ready to Vote LINDY AND ANNE Groups in ELUDE NEWSMEN Ballot Fight Famous Flyer and Bride Havent Been Found Since Marriage NEW YORK May 29 Charles A Lindbergh and his bride the former Anne Morrow to day continued in the seclusion which swallowed them up half an hour af er their surprise marriage The couple disappeared when they drove out of the estate of the brides athcr Ambassador Dwight W borrow at Englewood N J short y after the ceremony Monday after noon The nearest thing to a clew to heir whereabouts today was the colonels blue Fnon plane which tood fueled for a 1000mile flight it the Schenectady N Y airport where it was flown from Roosevelt ield N Y yesterday There were wo parachutes aboard Mystery Is Deepened The night of the Lindbergh plane rom Roosevelt field N Y to Schenectady was one of the inci lents in yesterdays futile attempt o pick up the trail and like others t served more to deepen the mys cry of the couples whereabouts han to dissipate It Whether it was flown to the up tate airport for a takeoff on a oncymoon trip or was merely move J there to divert attention was i question The plane arrived at Schenectady fter one false start in which it re urned to Roosevelt field when un ble to shnkn off a pursuing nnws npcr plnne Karlicr in the day an TUKN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN Z for Control LONDON May 29 Britain primed with weeks of cam paigning will go to the polls tomor row In its first general election since October 1924 Young women will vote for the first time Britons will vote on members of the house of commons When results are known King Georgo will ask the leader of the party gaining the majority of parliamentary places to form a cabinet Which to all pur poses will be the British adminis trative body for five years or until nonconfidence is demonstrated Six hundred and fifteen parlia mentary scats are involved with some 27000000 residents of Eng land Scotland and Wales eligible for voting This includes an estimated more than 5000000 newly en franchised women of whom 1500 000 are between the ages of 21 and 25 Threo Parties in Fight Threes major parties are battling for control The conservatives given a popular mandate in October 1924 and headed by the prime minister Stanley Baldwin seek a continua tion of their four and onehalf years of power The labor party led by Ramsay MacDonald wants a labor commons majority so as to Initiate the broac fundamental changes in British social and economic life which it has espoused David Lloyd George former coali tion premier heads the third party 2 CANDIDATES FOR ROTARY JOB New Yorker and North Caro lina Man in Race for Presidency DALLAS Texas May 29 Raymond J Knoeppel New York and Eugene Ncwsome of Durham N Car were the only candidates nominated for the presidency of Ro tary International here today Texas democralic leader nnd other prominent mcm The election wiH be hMd tnmni House Passes Measure Ordering Boost in Schedules WASHINGTON May 29 Smoot announced today the senate finance com mittee would start hearing on v thR house tariff bill about Junfi 10 and that it would receive testimony of senators iml rep resentatives inl persons who did not appear before the houso wnys nnd means committee on the measure WASHINGTON May 29 iff revision is now up to the sen ale a task which is expected to oc cupy the finance committee most of the summer and consume several months of debate in the chamber afterward The house completed the major part of its work on the legislation late yesterday passing by a vote of 264 to 147 the bill prepared by I he republican members of the ways and means committee to supplant the seven year old FordneyMcCum ber act after adopting more thnn 10 amendments with their approval This measure designed to give thousandsof American agricultural and Industrial products additional protection against foreign competi tion will provide the basis for ex tensive hearings to be conducted during the summer by the senate fi nance committee If the committee conforms to the history of tariff legislation it will then rewrite the bill and report it to the senate wth many changes Expect Committee Action Among those changes Represent ative Garner of Texas democratic The election will be held tomor row Some opposition developed for the five places on the international board of directors to which the United States is entitled Eight nominations were made including Roy Ronald if Mitchell S Dak Clyde Utilizer of Des Moines Iowa and Arthur W Luick of Beaver Dam Wis ANDITS KIDNAP BANK PRESIDENT Robber Gang Escapes With in South Bend Holdup SOUTH BEND Ind May 29 bandits this morning ob o VI UlyM Ll tamed 513100 in cash when they failed in both houses i tJ the liberals which tho only ncgllgKidnaped Richard Johnson presi ihly powerful in the existing comllsnt of tne South Bend State bank mons occupy a key position in tonrrt n driver during the i transfer of the money from the TO LAND AGAIN renchman Forced to Dump Gas Supply Over Ocean BULLETIN OLD ORCHARD Maine May 29 flights of the monoplane Green Flash nnd Yellow ttird wcro definite ly postponed for today after takeoff attempts ended in near disaster After receiving weath er advices which indicated con tinued fair weather for tomor row the flyers decided to aban don a second attempt today Pilot Roger Q Williams of the Green Flush said an early start tomorrow would permit a full day of daylight LD ORCHARD Me May 2S friendly airplane race across he Atlantic waa begun on this andy beach today but it ended at east for the moment and possibly Cor the day almost before it got started The American monoplane Green flash didnt even get off the bench one wheel dropping into soft sand on the takeoff and whirled the ship n a ground loop that spilled gaso ine and necessitated thoro investi gation for possible damage duo to strain The French monoplane Yellow Bird got into the air but a seam In one o the wing tanks opened and it returned alter a 20 minutestrugglo altitude TURN TO PACK 7 COLUMN 3 KOHLER SIGNS LIQUOR MEASURE Bill Repealing Wisconsins Enforcement Act Be comes Law MADISON Wis May 2fl lf Governor Kohler today signet the bill repealing the states prohibition enforcement act The governor by signing I he bill was obeying the mandate nt the peo ple who in an election spring voted by a majority of nearly 150000 for repeal The bill was passed by the assembly a month ago and two weeks ago by the senate Attempts of drys to block ige The American plane was manned by Roger Q Williams and Lewis AV Yancy the French one by Rene LeV Fevre Jean Assolant and Armando Lotti Lotti backer of the Yellow 3ird flight in a statement after hia told of his expectations for another takeoff attempt na soon as he gasoline tank could be repaired irobably by tomorrow I was forced to come back ha aid because of a leak in the gas line tank the seam of which was artecl I believe by the tremendous ibration of the motor I had fig ret my takeoff almost perfectly I hot that I would just miss the wa er but altho I struck It the ship leaped into the air as gracefully aa I expected it would Motor Vjrkocl Well I had gained an altitude of 200 feet and my motor was functioning perfectly when I noticed that the gasoline indicator was registering a tremendous consumption which I felt certain was not being used by the motor To have continued in the face oC a leaking tank would have been folly While T am disappointed to day I am hopeful for tomorrow The Yellow Bird will fly to Paris and my two companions and myself will take it there Supplies prepared for the Green Flash consisted of three kinds of coffee two cans of water six npplos a dozen oranges two chicUons24 chocolate bars nnd n quart of whisky The French plane has only ba nanas and water Mrs Roger Q Williams wife nf the pilot of the American plane planned to be listening on the radio whan her husband bade goodbye to TURN TO PAfiE 7 COLUMN 8 IOWA WEATHER Locnl thunderstorms this af ternoon ok WeilnrHdny night Thursday partly cloudy nnd not so xviirm in oxtrrniR portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Wednesday AVnrniMt Tuesday 85 Coolest in Night fi9 At 8 n m 75 Mays warmest weather occurred Tuesday when tho mercury ascended to the fifi degree mark This exceeded by two degrees the April maximum of S3 degreees The hifihest previous May temperature was 77 degrees recorded on May 25 and on Mon clny of his week The governor announced he had signed the Groschmirtt bill in fHl fillmenl of the mandate of hi peo in i transfer of the money from the nle ovcrwhelmlnirlv e TUKN 10 PAGE 7 COLUB1A 3 State bank to the Citizens National the recent relercndura
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