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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VQI XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASEDWIRB SEHVICB MASON 23 192S UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL IOWA MICHIGAN Qemenceau Only Few Hours ti Live THIRD TOTS DEATH ISNEAR DOCTOR GIVES UP HOPE End of Veteran French Statesman Expected in 24 Hours i BULLETIN PARIS Nov 23 At 5 30 oclock this evening former Pre rflier Clemeneeau was still hold ing death off sJtho It was not expected tHat he would survive tho next 24 hours Dr De Gennes sold that the patient was still la a state bor dering on coma and that his case Avas hopeless The doctor said that the for mer premier was suffering no longer and that the extraordl narystrength displayed by his heart might keep him alive for another 13 to 2i hours Nov Former Premier Georges Clemeneeau veteran French statesman was making a valiant fight against death today but the end did not seem far off Dr Degennes visited him shortly after noon today he found his patient sleeping like a child and marveled at tho vitality that kept Tfie Tiger alive after surh crisis y Death may come at any time the doctor said It ia probable that it will come within 24 hours But with Qemenceau the miracle is al ways possible1 It was plain how ever that this time the doctor hai apparently given up hope Tht former premier who has been iu a coma most of the timo regained semiconsciousness when Dr Laubry another of the medical atafi visited him thin afternoon But it was only for a moment and soon after Professor Gosset kidney specialist found the patient un changed Thfi uremia has increased and thero appeared nothing the doctors coulu do to eliminate the poison The former premiers heart how was still stronger than hncJ been expected in view of the heavy toll of strength that has been tak en during the last 35 hours Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Nov That was the first timeMr Henry Fordhad ever attended one of these big financial pow wows Ho di d Bt kno w that all you was supposed to do was pass a res1 olu tlpnand t hen adjourn He thot you had to do something defi Wtti ROUEHS n 11 e so he raised everybodys salary Tht senate got sore when Mr Hoover declared a national day oi Thanksgiving to celebrate their closing Now I kinder string with the senate on this They didnt passthe tariff bill for the thing wasnt any good Never blame a legislative body for not doing something When they do nothing that dont hurt anybody its when they do something is when they become djngerous Yours WILL ROGERS MAYER TO FACE PROSECUTION IN On reparations the British are News 9fit ff S Wealth IOWA WEATHEK Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday preceded by snow in extreme east portion Satur night Colder Saturday night and In southeast portion Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GloleGazette weather figures or 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Friday Maximum 3t Nisjhts Minimum 19 At P A M Saturday SI Precipitation 01 Snowfall 1 Tho first cold wave of the aea aon baa come arid gone Friday nights minimum was 22 degrees hightr than the temperature re cordec Thursday night The brisk wind which came into being Friday out of the west was still on duty Saturday morning and gave the impression of a much lower temper ature than in fact existed WEEKS FORECAST Officers Still Hunting for Body of Man Missing for Year CEATTLE Nov 23 Prosecutor Ewing D Colvin today announced that Decasto Earl Mayer would be charged with the murder of James E Bassett of Annapolis Md who disappeared here more than a year ago Colvin said the formal charge would be filed as a result of a con fession which the prosecutor as serted he obtained from Mayer This alleged confession was obtained with the aid of a lie detector and the injection of truth serum into Mayers arm during periods of questioning Mayer denied having confessed the murder and prepared to go into court to ask a permanent injunction restraining county officials from further using on him the lie detec tor and truth serum He ob tained a temporary order Thursday restraining Colvin and Sheriff Claude G Bannick from using the instruments and from questioning him Colvin said the search for Baa setts body would continue and that if it were not found in three weeks the formal murder charge would be filed Basset disappeared Sept 3 192S afternegotiating with Mayer for the sale of his car Mayer and nis mother were were arrested in Oak land Cal Sept 12 1928 and found in possession of Bassetts car and wrist watch They were returned here and convicted of the theft of the car altho Mayer insisted he had bought it Both received prison terms Then Mayer who had a lonjy prison record was chargetf with being im habitual criminal and con victed He is now in the county jail awaiting an appeal from this conviction outlook for week begin ning Monday Nov 25 For Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri Valleys and the northern and csn tral great plains Mostly fair sou tp one or two precipitation per iods north portion probably at be ginning and close of weeg varia ble temperatures mostly near or somewhat below normal HUSBAND KILLER GETS 25 YEARS Laura Weaver Unexpectedly Enters Plea of Guilty to Murder Charge TOULOItf HI Nov 23 expectedly entering a plea of guilty Laura Weaver confessed slayed of her common law husband today was sentenced to 25 years In state prison at Joliet When the case was called for trial today she told the judge she desired to plead guilty and with out further delay the court listened to the plea and passed sentence AS CEDAR RAPIDS PAID FINAL HONORS TO SECRETARY GOOD ON 3YARD LINE IN FIRST PERIOD Pape Sent in for Glassgow in Final Desperate Effort to Score Simrall Best Wolverine BULLETIN ANN ARBOR Nov end of the third period Iowa and Michigan were scoreless For the second time in the game the Hawkeyes pushed the ball to within the Wolverine 5 yard zone but couldnt put over a touch down MICHIGAN STADIUM ANN ARBOR Mich and Iowa failed to score in the first half nj their battle here today Iowa made the only scoring threat when it carried the ball to the Wolverine three yard linej where two attempts by Glassgow failed to gain The teamsWere open ing up with forward passes at the latter part of the first Tiajdbv To a large extent the game was ilayed in the1 Wolverine territory with the Hawkeyes in what may be IOWA WEATHER TURNS WARMER Entire Middle West Gets Brief Relief From Low Temperatures DES MOINES Nov 23 Iowas first spasm of winter be came lesa violent last night after one night of subzero and near zero temperatures The cold i will how ever maintain a moderated vigil over the state during the weekend the weather Bureau forecast Temperatures ranged last night from 14 above at Sioux City to 24 at Dubuqueand after a daytime rise to around the 25 to 30 mark generally probably will sink to near last nights range it was pre dicted The southeast portion is due to get colder weather Sun day than that tonight Davenport and Charles City last night recorded 20 degrees Council Bluffs 22 and Des Moines 23 All these marks were some 15 to 20 de grees above the previous night Chicago Area Warmer CHICAGO Nov 23 Chicago area was promised relief today from midwinter weather with a 15 degree rise in tempera tures due to southerly winds Rain or snow in the afternoon was the prediction of the weather bureau A storm warning was Issued to al vessels plying Lake Superior Upper Lake Michigan and Western Lake Huron altho the storm was not ex pected to be severe Pictures taken at Cedar Rapids JTrldaymorning during the fu neral of Secretarj of War James W Good Tho upper photograph shows the body being placed upon a caisson after removal from the special train which Tho middle High officials who accompanied the body from the capital Smith Brookhart Sen ator Kenneth McKellar of Tennessee Senator Charles Dcneen of Illinois Senator Dan Stocky Congressman C R Chindblom of Illi nois nnd former Congressman George E IToss at Chicago The lower photograph shows soldiers of theFourteenth cavalry from Fort Des IWoiriDS standing atattention as the body was re moved from tho train FOOTBALL SCORES The controllergeneral complains that shipping board vessels are sold too cheap but doesnt give the mar ket quotation on white Wisconsin State Journal Iowa Michigan Drake Temple Harvard Purdue Indiana Wisconsin Minnesota Notre Dame Northwestern Illinois Ohio Two Boys and Hunter Burned to Death in Michigan Farm Fire ALPENA Nov Two boys and an unidentified hun ter believed to have been from De troit were burned to death last imidnlght in a fire which destroyed the of James Bondette 12 milessouth ofAtlanta in Mont morency county The twoboys Jack 14 and Bob 10 weresons of Bondette whose father also isexpected to die from burns sufferedin the fire Veryfew of the oldtimers actual ly from the hip but thats where most of the modern shooting Ciii Chronicle vf FIRST PEBlpD Missouri 1 Kansas OI Nebraska 8Kansas Aggies 0 Chicago 6 Washington 0 Detroit 7 Oregon Aggies 0 SECOND 1ERIOD Detroit 7 Oregon Aggies 7 Army Wesley an 0 N Y i 0 Rutgers 0 RucUncll 0 Fordham 0 Lehigh IS Lafayette 6 THIRD PERIOD N U 7 Rutgers 0 Army 13 Ohio Wcnleyan 0 Lehigh 13 Lafayette 6 heir final game of Big Ten com jetltion gaining most Pape was lent in for Glassgow in the clas mg part of the half and opened up with a 15 yard run around the end Then followed some unsuccessful passes Midget Red Wilson Iowa was sent into the Michigan lineup and performed with varying success Once he was caught for e 3 yird loss afortarard pasa andoncefthe caugh one tor ClBTymrd gain JgfmrWl peartd to rbe aGeWgjutWmost con sistent performer especially in running back punts FIJRST JPEKIOD Captain Glassgow of Iowa wpn the toss and elected to defend the south goal Gembis kicked off for Michigan to start his last game Glassgow caught the ball on his goal line and came straight up the field to Iowas 20 yard line Glass gow failed to gain on his first try and was piled up again carrying the ball at Hewitts end Glassgow kicked quickly and Simrall fumbled but recovered on Michigans 37 yard line Morrison slid off Iowas left tackle for 7 yards Westra broke thru to stop Dah lem without gain Simrall kicked to Glasagow who was upset on Icwas 27 yard line Hagerty failed to gain on a spinner play Glass gow kicked to Simrall who got 7 yards to Michigans 40 yard line Michigan declined the penalty to take the ball at this point Dahlem failed to gain at the Iowa right end Got Small Gain A half dozen Hawkeyes piled him up with a small gain but Michigan was penalized 15 yards for tise of the hands Simrall kicked and Michigan downed the ball on Iowas 41 yard line Glassgow slammec thru Michigans left tackle for 4 gained 5 and Farroh slippedthru Michigans right tackle for firafc down on Michigans 44 yard link One line play followed and Glass1 gow passed to Farroh for firstdown1 n Michigans 24 yard line Roatjn replaced Draveling at Michigans right tackle Iowa took time out foe uniform repair Farroh got a scant yard tow GlaEsgow added 5 madeiS yardas the gun ended Score gow t yard line on third down broke thru to throw him withpjit rain and Iowa lost the ball on downs Simrall with the wind at his back ticked to Glassgow who was downed vithout gain on Michigans 40 yard ine by Dahlem Dahlem seemed to be hurt By the blow and Wilson sub stituted for him Jensvold gained a yard and a forward pass was In omplete out of bounds Hagerty failed to budge center Glassgow kicked out of bounds on Michigans 13 yard line Makes Gain of 10 Yurds Morrison broke thru a hole In Iowas right side and advanced 16 yards to Michigans 27 yard line Gembis slammed thru center for4 more Wilson added another 4 Mor rison missed first down by a foot Ely substituted for Benjamin Wes tra going to his own left tackle for Iowa Simralls kick was partially blocked and the ball went out ot bounds on Iowas 48 yard line Glassgow fumbled and Michigan recovered on Iowas 48 yardline Wilson failed to gain Lloyd Jens void substituted for his brother ied Wilson fumbled and Iowa regained the ball Magnussen falling otivUia ball on Iowas 49 yard line Po3 broke thru to stop Jensvold KENTUCKY MAN TO 3E HANGED Jury Convicts Youth of At tack on School Teacher MONTICELLO Ky Nav 23 Abbott was convict ed by a jury here today of attacking Miss Ruby Taylor a country school and his punishment fixed rX death by hanging Executions in Kentucky are carried out in the electric chair except in cases of at tacks on women The young woman had told the jury that Abbott and his cousins Ted and Roscoe Ahbott had come to the school last July frightened away the children and that Blue ford Abbott had attacked her He pleaded that he was drunk and did not remember what happened His first trial in September a hung Jury resulted added 4 Glassgow shot into Mich igan left and had a first down on Michigans 48 yard line Iowa fumbled and Hewitt recovered the ball on Iowas 49 yard line Leo Jensvold substituted for Fig natelli at Iowa quarterback Hager ty was being blamed for the fum ble A forward pass by SimraJl was incomplete Dahlem was stopped just short of the line of scrimmage Simrall kicked and Poorman downed the ball on Iowas 47 yard line Jens void gained 4 yards Hagerty added the same distance Glassgow failed to gain trying Poormans tackle and kickedto Simrall who carried the ball back 20 yards to Michi gans 43 yard line Dahlem lost a yard when Iowas linemen broke thru Morrison failed to gain at Iowas left Simrall kicked and Hewitt threw Glassgow out of bounds without gain on Iowas 27 yard line Iowa took time out Glassgow Makes Downs Hagerty crashed center for 6 yards Glassgow added another yard Hagerty went thru center for a first down on Iowas 39 yari line Glassgow gained 5 yards try ing Michigans right endGlassgow ward pass and gained 5 yardsat Vtichigans left end He failed to gain trying the other extremity ind kicked to Simrall who gained 10 yards to Michigans 15 yard line Morrison plunged center for two ards Wilson cut back to gain eight pards and first down on Michigans 26 yard line Gembis ambled thru or four yards Morrison broke Iowa line for a first down on Mich CONTINUED ON SPORTS PAGE What we wonder when we rftad about theso hero horseshoepitch ing contests is where they get tho Tribune Hot Off the Wire A spccln edition of tho Glofoe Gnzetto on the streets at oclock Saturday night will give Mason City all the facts about the footballgames of the day Why Wait Till Sunday AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I wasnt surprised at Janes husband After hear in her disputin the preach er right in prayer meetin I knowed her man would look like a shorn lamb in a March wind   

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