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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ILY PAPI Mdited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES ROME EDIT FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRTEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON jITYJJQWAJATURDAYt ATHLETICS H M Knudson HEAD 51 CLUBS AT OMAHA MEETING Is Third North lowan to Head District of Service Bodies IIERMAN M KNUDSON of Ma son City was elected governor of the NebraskaIowa district of Kiwanis International at the closing session of tae district c o n vontion Friday afternoon at Omaha This honor w h if h makes Mr Knudson the leader for a year of 51 Ki wanis clubs with a mem of H M KNU1SON 2000 is the culmination of a long period ofKiwanis activity on his part Mr Knudson was a charter mem ber of the Mason City club when It organized in December 1920 t Ho was president of the club in hasrbeen almost continuously r zLrirtrflnc Kiwanis Governor HACKSTRIPLE WASTED SCORE BY INNINGS of th NebfaskfcIowa ig divided the district finance committee and otherwise active in district affairs for several years He has attended several international conventions and at the 1929 conven tion at Milwaukee was made a mem ber of the international committee on club extension Mr Knudson is E firm believer in the fundamental principles of the service clubs in their value to indi vidual members the promotion of business ethics and in the particular caseof Kiwanis of service to the underprivileged child He has taken nn especial interest in the work of the Mason City club itf sponsoring boys memberships in the local Y M C A of which ha is adirector His duties will call for a personal visit to a large number of the clubd inhis district which includes all of the two states of Iowa and Nebraska except the Iowa cities on the Mis sissippi river which belongto the Cubs Athletics R H K FOOTBALL SCORES BARRAGE OF TEN HITS IN SEVENTH PUT ON LEAD 3rd Itu Final Iowa Ohio State Vanderbilt Minnesota Northwestern Wisconsin Michigan Purdue Missouri Iowa State Notre Da me Navy Nebraska Syracuse Philadelphians Overcome 8 to 0 Lead of Bruins by Sensational Hitting in Seventh McCarthy Uses Flock of Hurlers in Vain to Halt As SHIBE PAKK PHILADELPHIA Oct 12 Over hauling the Chicago Cubs with an amazing tenrun viilly in seventh inning the greatest in worlds series history the Philadelphia Athletics today battered their way to victory 10 to 8 before an hysterical home town crowd of 80000 It gave the American league champions their third tri umph in four yames Leading by 3 to 1 the men of Mack now need only ond more victory to win the wenIds baseball championship They can settle it in the fifth game scheduled here Monday j Trailing by eight runs going into the th3 seemingly headed for a one sided win that would evert the series count the Athletics let loose an attack that dwarfed anything in series records They battered ionr pitchers foij 10 hits including homerims by Al Simmons and George Haas as 15 men went to the plate in an orgy that had the crowdwild McMillan to start the fourth Millan English nnd n Hornsby fly out ended the hectic battle Philadelphia 10 Chicago 8 This Associated Press tclcphotb shows Hack Wilson Cub outfielder out at the plate In the third game of world series at Philadelphia Wilson tripled ana was out at home Bishop to Cochranc when Stcphenson rolled tiio Athletics second baseman Eastern IqwaIllinois district The election of Mr Knudson to this office creates a unique situa tion innorthern Iowa bringingthe heads of the three major service TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 IOWA WEATHER Fair Saturday night and Sun day Slightly cooler Saturday night in east portion Local frosts Saturday night Slightly warmer Sunday afternoon in west and north portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fjr 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Warmest Friday 50 Coolest In Night 43 At 8 a m Saturday 47 Rainfall 03 Another day of drizzly rain tht sixth cloudy day in a stretch took Its place in the weather annals Fri UNTIL WINTER Passage of Measure at This Session Thot Unlikely Oct 12 from the threat that the session will expire before special it can uii TOKYO Oct 12 Tsushima government financial commissioner will sail Oct 17 for New York arriving there about Oct 31 to conduct preparations for lift ing of Japans 12 year embargo on gold exports After negotiations in November with New York bankers and Washington officials he will continue to London for similar nc ETotiations there in December be passed today engaged the earnest attention of senate leaders Taking advantage of the wecknnd recess arranged so members could attend the three big sporting events that lured them Chairman Smoot of the finance committee in charge of the bill arranged to talkthe sit uation over with Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic leader Watson Kcports Their conference added a now touch to the pictu Senator Wat son of Indiana republican leader presented to President Hoover with his report that enactment of a hill at this session seemed unlikely Fears of republican leaders that the administration vould not favor I the largest aircraft in the worlJ a continuanceof the tariff debate into the regular session beginning in December meanwhile have re ceived neither confirmation uur authoritative denial A dozen more individual amendments will sMll confront the senate when it re assembles Monday to be disposed of before the rate schedules can be taken up Books Took Time With that in view and only six weeks left for the special session to continue those working to get the bill out of the way within that time found cause for additional worry in the fact that two days were con sumed in disposition of the Cutting amendment to modify customs baiu against imported books Under that amendment as adopted the bar against immoral day Saturday forenoon was cheerjbobks would be removed leavingthe less too and provided the real test for baseballfans Those with a de termination to stand out in front of the GlobeGazettes Playograph for the fourth game of the world series were true fans indeed WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be ginng Monday Oct 14 For the upper aflssissippi and lower Missouri valleys Tempera tures normal or above not much precipitation likely customs authorities concerned only with literature urging forcible re sistance to any American law or containing a threat against the life ofan American citizen BIG DIRIGIBLE READY FOR TEST R101 British Airliner Moored to Mast for First Right CARDINGTON BEDFORD SHIRE Eng Oct 12 Thr R101 ginnt new British dirigible uid the British bid for supremacy in the air was taken from its hangar at a m for the first time anJ moored to ti mast half a mile away There wns no wind and I he ground crew of 400 men had no ficulty in taking the ship which is and considerably larger than Ui3 Graf Zeppelin fronvthc hangar and leading it across to the mast It tooii about three minutes to maneuver the ship from the hangar where it has been weatherbound for days MacDohald IrisistsTKere Is No Hint of Exclusive Understanding By JAMES L WKST Associated Tress Staff Writer NEW YORK a last appealing message not alone to the British and American people but to al the nations of the earth Prime Minister Ramsay Mao Donald has brot to an end his peace mission to the United States A very tired man after the ef forts of the past week the Britisli statesman today began a two clay rest before going to Canada to be gin the stupendous task that TUKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 15 Kelloggs Hand in Shearer Case Will Come Before Probers WASHINGTON pet IZ vestigation of the story that Frank B Kelloggwhile secretary of state called officers of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding corporation and de manded they drop their connections with William B Shearer the 000 obseiver and reporter of the shipbuilders at the 1827 Geneva naval limitations conference was determined upon today by the sen jnte naval investigating committee Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal certainly was nice uf Connie Mack not todiscourage the National league entirely He will keep fooling around and have to start some of his best pitch ers yet If the series can jo se v en games and play to r i pacity they have a charrr to merge with the City National bank of New York By the way an old country boy banker from Colorado alick cd the city slicker bankers out of onehalf million bucks an3 they give him 15 years so fast that you would have thot he had assassinated a big government officialYou let a city banker slick nn old country boy out of something and before night he will nierge with another bank and finally wind up as a member of the federal reserve Yours WILL ROGIsriS OHIO MURDERER ENDS OWN LIFE Woman Called From Party of Eight Persons and Shot to Death CLEVELAND Oct 32 Walter Chancy SB believed by po lice to have shot and killed itrs Harriet Steinbrenner 33 after call ing her from a bridge party yester day committed micide today when officers broke into his home Police broke in the door and were chasing him upstairs when he turned the gun on himself Eight women were being enter tained at the apartment of Mrs j Irene Mount when Chancy a mer roomer at the Steinbrennev home asked Mrs Steinbrenner to step out in the hallway He engaged her in a brief argument shot her three times and fled Chaney police said had twice served time for carrying cojicealecl weapons and for robbery and they consldered it possible he killed Mrs Steinbrenner because she suspected he was theman garbed in overalls who held up 80 guests at a tea room at the fashionable Lake Shore hotel last week OHIO LEADING HAWKEYES76 OUT OF THE FIRE game for the Cubs was on baae with la walk and was advanced to second iwith Wilsons single However the threat ended with English flying out Hornsby takinganother out and Cuyler following suit The first three men for the As went out Haas and Cocu I Jj i i COLTJntStJS bet In the third quarter when Pape lowi star halfback ran 35 yards for the Hawks sec ond trip across tho goal line lint one of the lawn players was off side and the Imll was bncls and the lowuns penalized five yards It was it see saw struggle from then on until lln third juarter ended Both tennis scored in the second period thn Buckeyes on an loiva punt which Ohio blocked mid recov ered behind the gcwl linn loivn however failed to score in ex tra point when ati Ohio end blocked Irving Nolsons drop kick Score Iowa 6 Oliio 7 COLUJHJUS Ohio Out ti er battling 0 lo 0 in the first period this Ohio State eleven had a slim margin of one point lead over tin University of Iowa grJddcrs in their frame here this ufternoon Bath teams made i touchdown in the NCC ond period lint the lowiins failed to kick goal Score at JmU lime Ohiii State 7j Iowa G Jingllsh ss Hornsby 2b Wilson cf Guyier rf Stuphensun If Grimm Ib Taylor Knot p 8 Nehf j n Rluke p i ftlnlone p o xHartnett 1 Garison p o in order Bishop PAKK PHILADELPHIA TheCubs second ed out mid Miller went nut at first PLAY BY PLAY FlKSf INNING up Ball one 1 ruins Got Miin On The Bruins got another man on in their halfof the third when Eng lish drew a pass But Root and Mc Millan had gone out ahead of him and Hornsby hit to Boley thereby leaving another man on base as the team niinntnoendPd l The Chst re walked la English up Strike one one inside Qumn first Ball two high Strike two called Foul It wan the hit and run Foul Englishfiled out to Miller on a foul near the left field line Hornsby up Strike one called Foul strike two Ball one high Ball two low and outside Strike three Hornsby fanned on a spitter Wilson up Foxil strike one Wilson singled to right McMillan Totals 8 10 24 8 3 PHILADELPHIA A AB R H PO A Ilishop Sit 5 1 2 2 Haas ct Coelirane c Simmons 1C Fovx J u Miller rf Uykes sh Holey ss Qulnii p Rommel l 2 2 n o Other Games xxBiirns 2 Grove p 0 0 III a n 1 0 0 n 0 0 3 I o o n o o o n n ii i 2 o al threat the home occurred in the last of the third when Dykes sent out long drive that got him to first and then stretched it to second when Cuyler missed the ball Boley sacrificed him Vo third but Pitcher Quinn came up to strike out and Bishop grounded and the chance ended The Cubs made good their threat in the fourth when Cuyler hit and stretched it to third base Grimm did the work with a homeinn scor ing Cuyler nhend of him making the score Chicago 2 Philadelphia 0 asthe last of the fourth came up one swung two Foul Strike three o Cuyler funned on a called third strike No runs one lilt no errors two left AtliirthS Bishop up Bishop hit a fly to Stephcnson in short left Haas up Hans bunted to McMil lan and was out to Grimhi Coch rane up Strike one callcV Ball one high outside Ball two out side Bull three inside Cochrane hit n fly to English back of second base Nn runs no hits no errors none left SECOND INNING up Strike one jUown IK in in in 01 With another man on in the fourth 0 the As were unable to count Coch1 211ccl Stepucnson grounded to Urauc hit a but was rim Blshol wcrit out to Foxx Simmons singled tn SECOND I Xavy 7 Notre IJamc 7 Minnesota 9 Vanderbllt Georgia 7VnIe 0 Davidson 7 Army 3 Nebraska 7 Syracuse 7 FIRST Coe 0 Loyola 0 Iowa Stnte 0 Missouri 0 Chicago 7Indiana 0 Chicago 7 Indiana 0 Colgate 7 Michigan Slale 0 Slichigiin 0 IurdiiD 0 wlien Tolals 30 10 15 27 10 2 McMillan The Cubs did little damage in thu fifth Root McMillan and English out in succession The As had xliiittcd for iMaloiiiv In eighth xxBnttcrt for Kommcl iti seventh Seurc by Innings Chicagn N I OflO Thiln A I 000 ia cliance again whan Miller hit and 205 f Summary Runs butted ler 3 Stcphenson Grimm 2 Taylor i Bishop Haas 3 Simmons Foxx Dykes 3 Boley Two and find Quiim went out in order The Cubs went hog wild in tlin sixth and practically put the game away with five hits arid five runs Four safeties were checked against Former Premier of Japan to Represent Nippon at Conference Oct 12 Reijiro former premier today TOKYO Wakatsulci accepted leadership of the JaparT ese delegation to the naval confer ence to be held in London late in January Itwas decided other Jap anese delegates to the conference would be Kyo Tnkarabe first lord of the admiralty nnd Tsuneo Mat TRIO HELD FOR FRAUD IN IOWA Three Said to Have Taken in WarTime Currency Scheme KANSAS CITY MO Oct 12 D scheme by which three are said to have gained from lowana by taking their money to purchase French wartime currency was revealed here yester day with the arrest of the trio The men Warren E Dickson H H McAdoo and Gabriel Carter were apprehended following a com plaint from Dr G F Lofler of Glenwood Iowa who said he had lost 53200 in the deal J Bogau of Hamburg and Milton Estcs of Sidney Iowa also are said to have lost sums totaling 59000 County attorneys of Fremont and Mills county Iowa in which the three alleged victims live said Ihey had no complaints about the Cochrnne Dykes Three base Quinn before Connie Mack j Hornsby Huasj jerked him for Rube Walberg I Simmons Hans j Hornsby Wilson Cuyler Stcphen j Boley Double to j son antl Grimm counted for hits Bishop to Poxv Left on Imses doing fine work In tho cago 4 Ihiludelphiii 6 Bases on i wilh hitsIn six innings etiiinn 2 McMillan Eng Q the sixth Bishop Haas and off Rommel off Cochrnne went the route Chicago Nehf struck out by counted another in the seventh CJulnn 2 Hornsby Cnylcr j by Wnlj Hornsby scurried across home plate 2 McMillan lv Grove lifter Cuyler had singled to left A CONTINUBD ON SPOUT PAGK 4 McMlllau English Tiiylor Hart by Rubt 3 Simmons CJninn by Mnlono 2 Boley by Carlson 3 Pitchers rec ords Off Quinn 7 hits and ti runs 5 curried in 5 innings nono out in sixth witJi 2S at off Wai berjj 1 hit 1 run unearned in 1 inning with ttirce at lyit oft Rom mel 2 lilts uid 1 run in 1 inning with 4 nt off 3rove no hits and no runs in two innings with six nt hat off Root 0 hits and 0 double play retired the side after IHngllsh had popped out to start inning Rommell went in for Wal bnrg in the start of the seventh Lucky Seventh for As The lucky seventh saw 10 runs for the Athletics bringing them from ii score of nothingto take the leadership in the game Four Cub Nehf Rommell and used by McCarthy to stem the tide of the 10 Athletics hi Is Simmons and Foxx both bit Lindy Heads North After Exploring Trip MIAMI Fla Oct 12 Charles A Lindbergh northward bound hupped off from here Rfc a m His flight plans willbe determined by the weather he satfl The Colonel and Mrs Lindbergh had rested here for a day after their return from a 9000 mile airmail trail blazing and aerial archaeolog ical exploration of countries border ing the Caribbean sea scheme and thnt the men would sudftira Cornier ambassador to LonJnot be brnt toInwn for trial unless don nnd minister for foreign affairs the losers picfcnecl charges Tims earned In G 13 innings with i ted twice in the inning and Burns 27 at bat off Nehf 1 hit and 2 In pinch hitter had the distinction of runs earned in 0 Innings pitched striking nut and flying out in the to two batters with ono nt bat off Blake Z hits and 2 runs earned in 0 innings pitched to two bat ters with two bat off Malonc I hit and no run slit 23 wilii 3 at bat off Cnrlson 2 hits und 0 runs in 1 inning with 8 nt lint hit by pitcher by Malonc Mil winning pitcher Knmmcl los ing pitcher BliiUn snme frame The Ctibs were unable to do any thing ngainst the efforts of Grove and Taylor and Ilartnctt pincblni ting for Malone both struck out Grimm went out on a fly The Athletics in their half of the eighth were unable to score despite the single hy Bishop off Carinon who took MnJonRs place in the box io oo aonns pace n e ox Van tlrafhin A at phitc Wllliiim Hnas Inmlcd and Bishop wns thrown J Klem fint William TI Dili out nn Cochranes single and Kim DCOII A Sirwnl ClwrJrs It Alonii n3 stnick oil N third Time of gnme oil Tvvo EtliUeoiits in the ninth Mc AUNT HET By Robert Quillen That city preacher asked me how I liked his talk Sunday movuin an F told him it was right nico but I was oldfashioned sin still 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