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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                LilMi North loivas PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL NO314 CUBS TO mmill Gives Approval to Fish Nursery Project POND IS TOBEEREfTED TODL Act Gulminates Month ofWork by Local Waltonites YOV JOHNHAMMILL placed his finalstamp of approval on the proposed pikenursery pond project two Unities northeast of the Clear Lake hatchery Tuesday and thus brotto realization a program f or re streams and lakes of thtsv region that Izaak Walton league members have sought for several years The proposed project was placed beforethe governor by local Wal tonltes tvho with the help of H L Canfield superintendent of govern ment hatcheries Crbase Wis Wi B game ward en had dirawn up the plans and ob tainedthe optionson the land where tobe huilt Ponds The governors approval of the plan was in conformity with a state mentheymade at the opening of the last session of the legislaturewhen Jthni more whole some the gaine laws1 The governor made a visit to the proposed some time ago and at that time expressed him selfas beingfavorable to the pro ject The final sanction however came at a conference with a group of Cerro Gordo county enthusiasts Tuesday These were Frank Good manlocal Walton league president and AlV Fischer of Mason City and E H Rich Ray Sandry EB Still man HarryFreeman of Clear Lake To Buy 40 Acres The project will entail the imme diate expenditure of 8000 for the purchase 40 acres of land and other expenses it was stated Twen ty acres will be bought from theM B Aand from E J Steege The site Is situ ated along a drainage ditch and will require only the erection of dikes and a 23inch tile Intake torbe7put into operation The final selection of the place was made after local and state fish and game men had covered the entire countryin thissection The site has many advantages which other iponda of this character do not have It will for instance have gates by which the water will be drained out at J which nets can be placed forcatching the fish fingerlings that will be placed in lakes and streams Provided will come from theMclntosh farm across the road from the pond proper thru the tile Intake The TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 2 SKe IOWA WEATHER Probably occasional rains Wednesday night and Thursday Not much change in tempera ture LOCAL STATISTICS American Sugar company weath er figures for 24 hour period ending at8 a m Wednesday Warmest Tuesday 53 Coolest In Night 43 At 8 A M Wednesday 4B Tee wind had turned from the northwest to the east Wednesday with a trace of rain in the air HORNSBY HELPLESS BEFORE EHMKE SCORE BY INNINGS Athletics Cubs K H PLAY BY PLAY Rogers Hornsby Chicago Cubs second baseman nrominent member of murderers solve Ehmke in first world series game Here he is out at first on an Infield tap Foxx is tho ftrstbase Bridge Thrown Several Hun dred Feet in Air at Bremen BREMEN Germany Oct 9 Four persona were killed and many injured today and glass in all win dows in the vicinity was broken when a Kaiser bridge pontoon ex ploded It was thrown several hun dred feet into the air falling on the stern of the motor yacht Cityof Bremen arid crushing It The inner compartments of the pontoon had been newly painted with apalnt producing an explosive while drying It was reported that a man who was among the killed lit a cigar and accidentally ignited this gas Navy Parley Now Up to Other Lands T1TASHINGTON Oct 9 dlcations of the attitude Japan France andItaly will take toward British invitation to a new five power naval limitation conference were eagerly awaitedin Washing ton today as detailsof the document became generally known Acceptance by the UnitedStates Inevitable in view President Hoovers approval of the substance of the text during his rapidan con ference with Prime Minister Mac Donald is expected before the Brit sh statesman concludeshia history making trip to America next Tues day May Not BeAccepted Unreserved acceptance by the oth er governments concerned however was regarded as less certain The proposed addition to five years un il 1936 of the 10 years holiday in capital ship constructionnow in ef fect under the Washington naval limitation treaty is already arous ing considerable discussion among the Japanese It has not been disclosedwhether they will take anywhere near such Interest in the implications of the AngloAmerican agreement to reach parity in the strength of cruisers submarines and destroyers as well as capital ships and aircraft car riers by 1936 the year contemplated for another conference The submarine question on which the United States and Great Brit ain found agreement relatively easy is the point that contains a maximum of interest to France and Italy The United States and Great Britain are ready to abandon sub marines altogether but the other governments particularly that or France have always Insisted here TURNTO JPAGE 2 COLUMN 1 First Report Many Teams Pass Quotas of Carnpaign Many Get Awards THE first report of workers on the community chest campaign Wednesday noon showed a total of the record for the first day inthehistory of the Mason City projectand close to 83 per cent of the 550000 goal sought in the cam paign Cheersand enthusiastic applause followed the reading of the total Ben Webster chairman of the the meeting held at the Hotel Hanford Pleased With Results result after the tlrst day leaders of the chest expressed themselves as confident that the goalwouklbe reached It was an emphaticexpressionon the part of the publicthat the chest plan of for character and re lief agencies must continue they stated Another report meeting will be held at theHauford Thursday noon Many of the teams reported 100 per cent or more of the quotas al lotcd to them Those having 75 per cent or betterweregiven awards Among those who went over their quota was the J E Decker and Sons headed by Wesley Colda who wasgreetedwith hearty applause when heannounced his division had given r 100 Per Cent orBetter Among the captains whose teams raised 100 per cent or more of their quota were James Holub G M Woodruff Raymond Zack Stanley MacFeak P Hopkins C E Gii man G O Gould Dave Convey D Jr Fltzpatrlck D E Avis Dr W L Dibble Ernest Engler Rodney Lien Arcley Marshall Carl Grupp Dr Weston Walter Odell A M Feist Elmer Diltz and C G Mauds ley The amounts reported by each of the divisions was as follows Division No 1 717395 Division No 2 482200 Division No 3 466100 352300 Division No No 5 Utilities 331600 No 6 Govt employes 233500 No 7 Larger plants 1198600 No 8 Small plants 147700 No 9 Chain stores 78775 No 10 Womens 129800 Mr Websters message to the workers however was that the next 59000 ia going to be the hardest The only way we are going to reach the goal is by having each team and division make its quota or more he declared Tourists to B C VANCOUVER B C Oct 8 UP than 1100000 tourists came to British Columbia this year and ipent in the neighborhood of 535 000000 it is estimated hv oubllcity bureau officials hero FIRST INNING up Ball one in side and IpW Strike one called It was a sizzling fast ball Ball two high and outside Strike two called Split the plate Ball three high Foul into stands Bishop struck out swinging vigorously at the third strike Haas up Ball one wide outside Strike one called Ma one was sticking to his fast ball Strike two called over outside cor ner Ball two high outside Foul nto stands Ball three outside Tay lor called for another ball Haas struck out swinging at a fast ball right over the plate Cochrane up Ball one way outside Strike one called It was very fast Ball two high Foul into the bleachers near eft field Strike two Ball three low ochrane walked on a fourth ball nside Simmons up Foul strike one The ball hit Simmons bat Malone Jirew to first Strike two Simmons swung so hard he almost fell Sim monswas called out on strikes It was over the outside corner No hits no errors one left up Strike one called Strike two he swung Ball 3ne inside It was a curve McMil lan was out Boley to Foxx English up English was given a big hand Strike one called Striko two swung1iFputiiito the stands Bal e hlgijiitwas over his head FOIL Los Angeles Boy Says He Heard Screams From I Cubby Hole LOS ANGELES Oct prosecution intimated that it would cfllj a mystery witness today in the statutory trial of Alexander Pantages to corroborate the charge of Eunice Pringle 17 coeddancer that she was victim of an attack by the wealthy showman Testimony of three of the prose cutions principal witnesses already has been heard by the jury includ ing that of Miss Pringle Louis Fisher 16copy boy for a Los Angeles newspaper yesterday took the stand as a surprise prose cution witness Fisher told the court that on the afternoonOf Aug 9the date of the alleged attack he was in the office of pub licity man for Pantages delivering advertising proofs Jobelmana office is almost directly opposite the cub by hole conference room used by Pantages I heard screams said Young Fisher They started and continued one after the other Fisher said he went to the door of the advertising office and saw the Pringle girl trying to pull herself thru the narrow door of theroom opposite Iowa Yputh Is Killed BLAIRSTOWN Oct 9 body of Victor Comanelsch 19 Lu zerne was found beneath his over turned auto here yesterday by Henry Zuber of CedarRapids The cause of the accidentwas unknown Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Oct looks like we are going to get disarmament but I want to tell you we are paying de a r 1 y for it But af ter all Its a question if it isnt better to have a big navy lots of taxes and yet social peace in Wa shington than no navy no taxes yet not enough seats at the right of the president to go around So Pre mier MacDonald and his charm ing no smoking no rouging daughter have brot peace tothe world but they have unconscious ly unleashed the social hounds of war and now Its death to the poor devil who has to seat em Yours WILL ROGERS throwing fast hit intt left field fortwo bases Hornsby up Foul strike one against screen Strike two Hornsby took a full cut Hornsby fanned on a low ball swinging Wilson up Ball one out side Strike one he swung hard Ball two low and outside Ball three low Ball four Wilson walked on a ball outside Cuyler up Ball one in side Strike one swung Foul atrika two into right field stands Coch rane and Earnshaw consulted Foul into right field stands Cuyler fanned swinging at a fast ball for the third strike No runs one hit no errors two left SECOND INNING up Foxx went out English to Grimm Grimm made a great one handed catch of a low wide throw and fell but keot his foot on the base Miller upBall one high Miller went out on a fly to Grimm Dykes up Strike one called Ball one high inside Ball two in side Ball three high inside Strike two called Foul into the upper stands Ball four Dykea walked on a pitch outside Boley up Ball one far outside Foul strike one against screen Foul back of plate strike twoMalone threw to first Ball two high Bali three Taylor had to dive for it Foul into stands A fan caught it with one hand Malone threw to first He threw again and a third time Foul the ball hit Boleya bat as he attempted to get out of the way Boley hit safely to right and Dykes ran to third Boley stopped at first Earnshaw up Foul strike one Back of the plate Foul strike two It was a tip Malone threw to first Earnshaw swung hard at the thirdstrlke and missed it a foot No runs ono hit no er rors two left up Ball one In side Stephenson jumped back to avoid being hit Strike one called It was a fast ball over the outside corner Stephenson went out Bishop to Foxx Grimm up Strike one called Ball one inside It was a slow ball Grimm singled by third base Taylor up Earnshaw called fora new ball The hit gave Grimm three out of three for the series Strike one called Strike two he swung Strike three Taylor swung at the third strike Cochrane threw to first but Grimm jumped back to the bag Malone up Strike one called Ball one outside and high Foul strike two into the stands Malone fanned swinging at a curve for the third strike No runs ono hit no errors one left THIRD INNING up Strike one called Ball one inside Ball two high and outside Foul into stands strike two Foul against the screen Malone had a good hop on his fast ball Ball three high The crowd dis sented with a yell Bishop went out on a high fly to Stephenson Haas up Strike one it was a curve ball one of the few Malone has thrown Strike two swung Foul among the spectators Ball one very high Haas went out on a foul fly to McMillan in front of the Cubs dugout Coch rane up Ball one inside Ball two outside Strike one straight thru the middle Foul strike two Into Cold Chills Fans Fervor on 2nd Day By ALAN J GOTJLD Associated Press Sports Editor WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct 9 drop of around 15 de frees in temperature plus the after effects of the opening day downfall on the home team had a distinctly chilling effect upon the enthusiasm of the crowd that turned out today or the second game of the worlds series between the Cubs and Athlet 3 The cool snap was accompanied jy stiff breeze off Lake Michigan It was a day for furs overcoats and stimulating influences the coldest and most uncomfortable any worlds series day has experienced since the semifreezing game between the Senators and Pirates in 1925 May Select Quinn The weather was considered lilce y to influence the old master Con nie Mack to start the most an of his twirlers Jack Quihn instead of the younger stronger George Earnshaw for the attempt to followup the advantage gamed by Howard Ehmke in such dramatic yesterday MACKS SCORING STARTED BY 2ND HOMERUN BY FOXX As Pound Best of Malones Offerings for Six Runs Before Game is Half Over Blake Goes In to Pitch C BULLETIN WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct 9The Cubs with a barrage of three hits in their half of the fifth I scored three runs to edge up on the Athletics The score at the start of the sixth was Athletics 6 Cubs 3 Blake replaced Malone for the Cubs and Lefty Grove went in for Earnshaw in the fifth for Philadelphia WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct Philadelphia Athletics already one game to the good against the Cuba in the worlds series were on their way to their second victory as the fifth inning came up today The As pounded Pat Malone star Chicago hurler for runs in the third and fourth innings while the McCarthy men unable to do anything seriously with the offerings of i I 01 E 10 Id it 13 m 10 o a st Ii 15 id Earnshaw tokeej from becoming numb likes cole weather for his baffling assdrtmeril of spitballs Pat Malone was the Cub pitch ing choice regardless of wind ant weather Entertained by the antics of Nick Altrock and Al Schacht the thou sands who flocked courageously in to the bleachers hours before game time huddled together in blankets coats and newspapers to keep out the chilling blasts No Rush for Turnstiles The football act of the baseball comedians was the big bit of their morning overture particularly Alt racks persistent efforts to run the wrong way for a touchdown By noon there were still big empty spaces at either end of the new bleacher sections in contrast with the capacity jam of opening day There was no wild rush for the turnstiles altho the attendance was not expected to be much short of the first game figure of 50740 The ubs came to the park ear ly and seemed anything but down learted as they joked and kidded in iha dressing room Heavily Bundled Up The Cubs came on the field short y before noon bundled in heavy wool and leather jackets Apparently sure that there was no chance today JONTINUED ON SPORT PAGE upper stands Cochrane singled to right Simmons up Ball onehigh Ball two inside Malone is throwing fast balls now Bait three inside This was a curve Strike one called t was medium thru the middle Ball four inside Simmons walked Foxx up Captain Grimm went over to en courage Malone to bear down Ball one inside and low Strike one called It was right over Foxx hit a lomeruu scoring Cochrane and Sim mons ahead of him It was over the eft field wall Foxx hit a fast ball high and far Miller up Strike one called Foul strike two into stands Ball one inside Foul back of plate Foul down left field line Miller anned swinging at the third strike Three runs two hits no errors none left up Ball one in side Ball two low Ball three high Ball four inside McMillan walked English up Strike one called Eng ish didnt think so Foul strike two tato stands English fanned swing ing at a low ball Hornsby up Foul back of plate strlka one Ball one outside Strike two a fast ball thru the center of the plate Foul into stands in right field Hornsby fanned for the second time swinging Wil son up Ball one inside Wilson was tempted Ball two in the dirt Strike one a booming swing Ball three outside Foul almost to the wall ir right field Strike two Wilson sent another foul into the stands Wilson walked on a ball inside It wag his second pass of the game Cuyler up Foul strike one Far back into the stands Foul strike two back in stands Cuyler was swinging late Ball one high Foul into right field stands Ball two high Ball three ow Cochrane went out and talked to Earnshaw Ball four Cuyler OS it he Malone after starting steadily grew wilder and permitted a good many walks McCarthy then pulled his starting pitcher and substituted Sheriff Blake j The first two Athletics who faced Perce Malone in the second Bishop and out to makaa fine start for the Cub huri er The third man up Cochrane drew a walkhut the third strike utron the aide TheCubs wera unable to count in tho English ilJ awalk and Cuyler struck butto re slde With Foxx and Miller out Dykes got on base with four balls and Bol ey hit safely to right and Dykes ran to third but Earnshaws strike out ended the As threat in the first of the second The Cuba presented n brief threat in their half when Grimm singled to third base after Stephenson went but second to first Taylor and Malone both fell to Earnshawa pitching and the inning ended i Got Three Rung On The unexpected happened in the As half of the third whea Coch rane got on with a single Sim mons walked and Jimmie Foxx star of the series opener cracked out his second homerun in two clays and brot in his teammates to make the count 3 to 0 for the Athletics The Cubs made a serious threat in their half of the third when Earnshaw walked McMillan Wilson and Cuyler after English and Hornsby had struck out With the bases loaded and two away Stephen son came to bat and flied out to Simmons Three more runs were added to the Athletics score when Earnshaw and Haas scored on Simmons single to center Dykes had scored pre viously when Hass hit to English Foxxfiled out as the last man up Perce Malone was jerked in the first of the1 fourth after the As had pounded him for six runs McCarthy called on Sheriff Blake to stem the tide just before the inning ended The Cuba didnt even threaten in their half of the fourth despite the fact that Blaks beat out a hit Mc walked filling the bases The crowd was in an uproar as Stephenson came to bat Stephenson up The ball was changed ephen Ball one high It Millan hit to Bishop and Blake waa forced to Boley Cubs Count S Times The Athletics got two men on In their half of the fifth Miller and Dykes but Boley Earnshaw and Bishop went out in order threat r In their Hornsby had hit and Wilson sintrted Cuyler struck out but Stephenaoa brot in Hornsby with a sing Wilson crossed the plate on Grimms single and Stephenson counted again when Taylor hit thru tho box Heathcote was sent in to bat for Blake but withdrawn whea Connie sent Lefty Grovo in to re place Earnshaw Hartnett was then called to pinch hit but fanned making the count at the end of tho fifth Athletics 6 Cubs 3 waa over his head Ball two high and inside Stephenson had to fall to the ground to avoid being hit Shores began to warm up Dykes talked to Earnshaw Ball three in side and high Strike one called Stephenson protested Strike two called Stephenson went out on a fly to Simmons who ran in to make the catch No runs no hits no errors three left FOUHTH INNING Athletics Dykes up Foul strike cne back in stands Strike two called It was a curve Dykes sing led to right the ball barely eluding Hornsby Boley up Boley bunted to Malone and was thrown out to Grimm for a sacrifice Dykes went to second Earnshaw up Strike one called Earnshaw hit to English and was safe when he fumbled the ball Dykes went to third It was an error for English Bishop up Strike one called Ball one outside It was a fast ball Strike two called Ball two outside Foul back of the plate Foul against the screen Ball three low and outside The Cub infield was playing in The bail hit Bishops foot Foul far down right field line Bishop walked filling tho bases The ball was low Haas up The Cub CONTINUE ON SPORT PAGE LINDBERGH ENDS AIR EXPEDITION Party Discovers Unknown Village of Ancient f Mayan Indians BELIZE British Honduras Oct 9 Charles A Lindbergh today Drot to a close his explorations of he Yucatan peninsula for ruins left yy the ancient Maya Indians when ime and early enemies wiped them from the Mexican terrain In three days flying over an Campeche Qulntana Roo and 5arts of British Honduras and emala Colonel and Mrs Lindbergh and two scientists of the CarnegiQ nstitute discovered one city hither to unknown to science and found strong indications of existence ot another Leaving here today enrouta to Miami Fla the aviator planned a final reconnaigance along the east coast of Yucatan and over Gozurdel Island where It Is thot still other ruins as yet unlocated may exist FTe expected to put in somewhere along his route tonight arriving at Miami late Thursday loi It eu ad irb CEc Oi on us D t IO3 in Lie II Slca tj t 3C R s AUNT HEX By Eobert Quillen Amy always takes a rocker an back an forth adraggin her heel on my best rug an Id just as soon have a moth come to see me re tar 3 a   

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