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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                E I I ti 1 I r r or i i 1134 Final 1 2 3 4 Final Iowa NorthwesternI 19 Ohio State Indiana X NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Minnesota Nebraska 1114 Michigan El E Michigan State PI Kl I THK NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL nvi CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS L1CASJSD WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 310 TIGERS LEAD CARDS 5 TO 4 IN SEVENTH Iowa and Northwestern Tied 7 to 7 at Half SIMMONS RACES 48 YARDS FOR HAWKEYE SCORE Passes Play Important Part in Offensive of Wildcats STADIUM EVANSTON 111 Oct 6 battling through two periods of brilliant offensive foot ball Iowa and Northwestern were tied up 7 to 7 today in their im portant Western conference engage ment at Dyche stadium Hugh Du vall scored for Northwestern in the first period and a few moments later Oze Simmons Iowas Negro halfback scampered 48 yards to tie it up FIRST TERIOD Northwestern won the toss and elected to defend the north goal taking advantage of a stiff breeze Crayne kicked off but the ball went out cr bounds on the twelve yard line and the Hawkeyes kicked over Crayne kicked off to Cruice who passed latterally on the IS yard line to Swisher who returned the ball to Northwesterns Cruice picked up 33 yard line two yards at Iowas right tackle Potter kicked on lowas 32 yard line and brought it backto the 38 yard line Crayne fumbled and recover ed on the first play losing a half yard Crayne shot over his own right end before being run out of bounds after a 35 yard gain but Iowa was penalized 15 yards for holding It was lowas ball on its own 17 yard line Crayne kicked out of bounds on Northwesterns 41 yard line On a reverse Cruice gained four through lowas right line Swisher picked up a yard at lowas left end Pot ter kicked to Simmons who dodged two tacklers returning the ball from his own 22 yard line to lowas 33 yard line Trying Northwesterns right end Simmons was thrown for a ten yard loss Crayne got four around right end Kicks to Swisher Crayne kicked to Swisher who returned six yards to Northwesterns 40 yard line Potter shot a bullet pass to Leep er who was tackled as he caught the ball on lowas 49 yard line The shovel pass Potter to Cruice lost half a yard Swisher dropped back and lopped a pass to Cruice who was downed by Crayne on lowas 13 yard line Iowa took time out Duvall got one yard on a spin ner through center Cruice fired a left handed pass Cruice to Swisher but it was incomplete over the goal line and out of bounds Potter passed to Swisher taking the ball to lowas three yard line It was a first down Duvall got one yard Duvall hit left guard for a touchdown Pot ter held the ball and Duvall place kicked and made the extra point Score Northwestern 7 Iowa 0 Chambers kicked off to Crayne brought the ball back 23 yards where he stumbled and fell on Turn to Itase 8 rollimn TAeWeather IOWA Fair Blighty cloorer in east and south portions Sat urday night Sunday fair warmer in west and north por tions MINNESOTA Fnir cooler in extreme east portion Saturdiiy nighf Sunday gencraly fair and warmer IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 7 Minimum in Nisrht 48 At 8 A M Saturday 51 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Oct 6 outlook for the period Oct 8 to 13 For the upper Mississippi and ower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Mostly fair weather temperatures Football Scores FINAL Northern Mich State Teachers college 6 Michigan State Nor mal 26 SECOND PERIOD Texas Notre Dame 6 Columbia B Vain 0 Navy 14 Virginia I Marquettc 0 Wisconsin It F1UST PERIOD Lebanon Valley 0 Icnn State B Illinois fi Washington St Louis0 Rice Institute I Purdue 0 Kansas State 7 Manhattan 0 Kentucky 7 Univ of Cincinnati 0 Best Date Did Not Take U CoEds Out BERKELEY Cal Oct 6 Pi Robert Laddish president of the senior class at the University of California never in his life has taken a university girl to a party But 300 senior women at the school selected him as the best date on the campus from the standpoint of looks ability as a dancer and a good sport MAN WHO SLEW HIS WIFE HELD Red Oak Man Tells Officers He Pleaded With Her to Give Him Chance RED OAK Oct 6 Breeding special policeman who shot and killed his wife last night following her application for di vorce surrendered today and was being held in the Montgomery county jail Breeding told officers he had been drinking and when his wife de nied his plea to be given another chance he got so mad I pulled my gun and started shooting He said he fired four shots but only one struck her Afterwards Breeding said every thing went blank except he remem bered walking along the Burlington railroad toward Omaha He said he finally came to his senses and cut across fields to highway 34 at the Lester Cozad farm and telephoned officials County Ally Lester Osborn said today that action against Breeding will depend on an inquest to be held tonight Surviving are a daughter Ber nice 17 two brothers and a sister Services probably will be held Mon day BOY 6 SUFFERS BROKEN ARM WHILE PLAYING FOOTBALL NORTHWOOD Oct Heiny son of Mr and Mrs A J Heiny will Sunday spend his sixth birthday with his arm in a sling because he was too ambitious Friday afternoon in the realms of the gridiron world Both of the bones in his left fore arm were broken while he was playing football with children in the neighborhood TOLL OF DEATH REACHES 104 IN SPANISH REVOLT Fight Is Resumed After Government Claims It Stopped Cwjrisht 1934 lv The Amnrlalnl Prnn MADRID Oct death toll in Spains extremist rebellion mounted to 104 persons at noon to day with at least 350 wounded as machine guns rifles and pistols ob literated a government statement that tranquility had been restored At dawn the death list stood at 93 and the government of Premier Alejandro Lerroux against which the anarchists communists and so cialists had declared war stated the genera strike was a failure and that troops were being withdrawn from most of the battlefieMs of the last two days Battle IN Renewed Suddenly the extremists renewed battle Eleven more persons were killed in clashes during the morn ing Trouble in the mining regions of Asturias accounted for six of the mornings dead In Madrid a boy of 14 onhis way to school and an unidentified labor er were killed when caught in a crossfire between extremists and civil guards in the Cuatro Caminos district Extremists attacked the civil guard barracks at Colminar Viezo and several were wounded in the ensuing battle A general strike was declared in Escorial Victoria Miners Fight Troops Authorities in various outlying towns of Asturias reported contin uous firing between groups of am bushed miners and detachments of troops and up until noon no one had been able to estimate just how many had been killed and wounded in this guerrilla warfare but it was regarded as likely that the casual ties were many In Madrid syndi calists and communists maintained a running fire on guards from the rooftops of houses on Pablo Igles ias street The government order ed soldiers to start a housetohouse attack in an effort to route the snipers Extremists blasted the Remonta barracks with n volley of riflefire then fled when the troops fired back Cavalry Enters Town A regiment of cavalry clattered into San Sebastian with orders to cut down everyone who offered any resistance but the casualties as a result were only five wounded That city was placed in the hands of the authorities by the army mounting machinegunson the roofs through out the strategic districts In Bilbao the extremist strike was tightened completely paralyz ing the city The strikers shot and killed a merchant who defied their orders and tried to keep his shop open The situation in Zaragoza order ed army reinforcements in to re lieve the beleaguered government troops there Gold and Silver Taken From Water of Ocean Nugget as Large Pinhead New Feat of Chemistry By HOWARD W BLAKESLEE NEW YORK Oct 6 nug get the size of a gold and half first of the pre cious metals dissolved in the ocean ever to be recovered is the latest feat of American chemistry The extraction of this gold and silver from the Atlantic ocean wa ter near Wilmington N C was an nounced to the New York section of the American Chemical society here last night by Dr Willard H Dow of the Ethyl Dow Chemical company nai normal south and slightly Bromine Irom Soawatrr above ovei noi th portions until near I This company extracts bromine end of week I from seawater near Wilmington i ts plant opened just nine months ago it was not even dream ed that gold and silver also could be recovered from the water The fact that there was gold in the sea was well known But the difficul ties of extraction were generally conceded by scientists to be insur mountable But at the bromine plant it was found that the sulphuric and poured into the sea water to help recover bromine had changed the chemico ejcctrical nature of the gold and silver It was predicted then that chemists might expect to extract the ocean gold commercially Value Is In Proof This first extraction is not com mercial Its value Is in proof that the spectroscope has been correct in its indications of the presence Duce Joke Brings Roar of Laughter He Says Relations of Italy With France Are Improved MILAN Oct 6 a mil lion Italians gathered at his feet roared with laughter today when Premier Mussolini told them The relations between Italy and France are notably improved The gales of mirth swelled tre mendously in the vast cathedral square into which the listeners had fought to be near their duce Possibly the laughter was spon taneous but it was possible that it was inspired by a wink of Musso linis eye as he finished the phrase The premier let the laughter con tinue some minutes then he de clared Your attitude shows that you are a very intelligent people From the time that he entered his lofty pulpit in the Cathedral square II Duce dressed in the green and black uniform of a corporal of the fascist militia was cheered until he waved his arms imperiously and be gan to speak The atmosphere is better he told his people but good relations must be between people and people and you cannot rely merely on di plomacy Nevertheless we soon hope very fruitful and enabling tfie two countries to cooperate in the Euro pean field i to 2 column FOLEYDECLRES CASE COMPLETE Ready to Try Hauptmann Four Alienists Find Suspect Sane NEW YORK Oct 6 Dis trict Attorney Samuel J Foley de clared today that his case against Bruno Richard Hauptmann alleged Lindbergh extortionist was com plete with the exception of some slight details Foley said he was ready to go to trial and expressed his conviction that Hauptmann would be found guilty of the extortion charge Flanked by four deputies Haupt mann was taken today from the Bronx county jai to the office of District Attorney Foley Reason Not Given The reason for the move was not divulged Mrs Hauptmann entered the dis trict attorneys office fifteen min utes earlier Four of the five alienists who ex amined Hauptmann say that the Lindbergh kidnaping suspect is sane Not only is the German carpenter sane but he shows no sign of ever having suffered any mental ailment the experts declared in a report which they submitted late yester day to District Attorney Foley Independent Report The fifth psychiatrist retained by the defense is preparing an pendent report for submission to Hauptmanns counsel He declined to discuss his findings Two of the reporting alienists represented Foley and two were from New Jersey where the Hunter don county grand jury will meet Monday to act on indictments against Hauptmann for the kidnap ing and murder of Charles A Lind bergh Jr in 1932 Mangled Body Found on Railroad Tracks CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 6 The badly mangled body of an un identified man was found last night along the Rock Island railroad tracks near Palo north of here The man had been riding on a southbound fast freight DEATH IN CHAIR FOR EDWARDS IS URGED BY JURY Convicted of Murdering Girl So He Could Wed Another WILKBSBARRE Penn Oct 6 Allen Edwards the youthful hardcoal surveyor who called himself a ladys man was convicted today of the American Tragedy Kechnie slaying of Freda Mc unemployed telephone operator The jury recommended death in the electric chair Edwards sat almost alone as he heard the verdict Only Frank McGugan Jr his counsel sat beside him Edwards listened to the verdict with bowed head He slumped for ward in his chair as the poll of the jury was made There were only a few persons in the courtroom when the jury filed in news writers less than a dozen spectators and slate police Called Proper Verdict Neither Frank McGougan Sr chief of Edwards counsel nor his assistant John Phillips were with the youthful mine surveyor at any M HE FACES DEATH TEX CARLTON IS KNOCKED OUT OF BOX BY DETROIT Tigers Count in Seventh to Break Tie Stage Third Inning Rally for 3 Runs But Cards Tie in Fourth fiOflring District Attorney Thomas Lewis said It was a very proper verdict II has been my hardest task but jus tice must prevail His assistant J Harold Flannery agreed it is proper verdict Edwards trembled as he was led handcuffed back to his cell in the county jail John Phillips of defense counsel announced before the case went to the jury at last night that the case will he appealed The jury retired for three hoiiv sleep at oclock this morning but came back to its deliberations at 6 oclock Bludgeoned ti Death Edwards was accused of bludge oning to death Miss McKechnie as they swam together in Harveys lake the nigbc of July 31 Miss McKechnie was to have be come a mother and the state charged that Edwards killed her so he could be free to marry Margaret L Crain East Aurora N Y teach er whom he had met at Mansfield Teachers college several years ago Through the mist and rain the same lights in the jury room which correspondents watched through the night burned again But at the jurors were seen leaning Irom the windows and reports came that a verdict had been reached A few minutes later the jury went out for breakfast and Judge William A Valentine telephoned from his home that he would go at once to the courthouse Up at Daybreak Edwards was up at daybreak ate a hearty breakfast and smiled as he was told to prepare for the verdict But he was scowling and pale as he was led into the courtroom He frowned as flashlights boomed about him Charles Landis fore man of the jury declined to say how many ballots were taken by the jury but he explained that the ROBERT AMiEN EDWARDS jury had reached its verdict before it retired this morning MAJORITIES IN AM INCREASING 22264 for CornHog Work and 8313 Against in Iowa Poll Iowa majorities in the AAA corn hog poll swelled Saturday as new official returns showed 22S1 pres ent contract signers favoring con tinuarce in 1930 and 8313 against the Associated Press showed in a report Saturdays returns boosted the ratio for another program to moi than 2 to 1 The favorable vote rep resents nearly 73 per cent of th 176000 signers who have already voted in 521 townships in 55 coun ties The favorable margin fora 193 onecontractafarm program on grain and livestock also increase with 14559 new votes approving and 33542 against Nonsigning farmots voted 130 against and 783 in favor of a corn hog program next year making slight increase for the AAA pro gram over Fridays returns Thei vote on the 1936 question was 124 no and 465 yes R M Evans chairman of th Iowa cornhog committee said h expected votes from most of th counties to be complete by Tues day and expressed belief that fina returns will roll up an overwhelm ing majority for continuance Results on the first question rela live to continuing the program i 1935 gave the following results in North Iowa County I Kossiilh Judge Valentine thanked the Hancock jury saying Franklin I commend you for your verdict Worth Chickasaw Winneshiek Butler Hardin Townships Reported Ycs i x Tigers ardinals SPORTSMANS PARK St Louis Oct B TiThr Detroit Tigcrt took a 5 to t lend in the seventh inning nf the fourth game of the world series here today Elclen Atikcr was still in the bnx for the Tigers hut Tex Carleton who started for the Cards had been replaced when De troit scored three runs in the third The Cards tied the score with two tallies in the fourth KlliST IXMNS TiRirs While Strike one swinging Ball one low There was pome dispute about Umpire Renr dnns decisions on the first two pitches and Manager Frisch led a Cardinal protest White lifted a short fly to Orsatti Cochrare Strike one called Ball one low Striketwo pro tested Ball low and outsida Ball three inside Cochrane had to duck quickly to avoid being hif Cochrane bounced to Frisch near second base and was tossed nut Gehringeiup Strike one called Foul strike two along the right field line all one wide singled sharply over second rioslin up Carlelon topped to first He re peated Strike one called Goslin put up a squawk nn that decision Strike two called Ball one it was a pitch out Carleton threw In first Goslin lined to Rothrork No runs Plan Special Way to Help YoungFolks Draft Scheme to Offer Work Recreation and Training WASHINGTON Oct 6 The relief administration is planning something special to buck up young Americans who want jobs but can not find them Ideas for offering work recrea tion and training to the arm of idle at officials count be submitted shortly i one hit no errors one loll to President Roosevelt Cardinals Martin one They will propose an answer to a problem which has been of special concern to Mrs Roosevelt how to help joblessh hig school and collog graduates many of whom have written to her We have education but we cant get work Do not Stop at Aid The plans in the minds of relief officials do not stop at aid for grad high and inside Ball two inside Strike one called Ball three low Strike two called Martin walked the fourth ball being inside Roth rock Anker tossed to first Strike one called Rothrock ground ed to Auker and the Tigers engin eered a double piny Auker to Ro gell to Greenberg Frisch up Frisch lined to Goslin No runs no errors none left uales SECOND They include provision for young Tigers Rogell Ball one in teople between the ages side Slrike criied Ball tuo 41 pttsf 2 26 13 9 9 12 12 Father of Picture Actor Gives Advice DOWS BOY HURT IN FALL ON WALK i Clifton Peterson Taken inj Unconscious Condition to Des Moines DOWS Oct Peterson young son of Mr and Mrs C VV I Peterson was injured Friday noon He was leaving the schoblgrounds for home and swung from a limb of a tree The limb broke and he fell on his head on the cement walk i Concussion was feared and he was taken to the M E hospital in Des j Moines Kis parents and Dr and i Mitchell 17 Wright S 1159 K21 2SB 312 449 395 fi6 471 5B4 505 of 18 and 25 or havent jobs and arent in school Aubrey Williams assistant FFRA administrator said the feeling of everybody around here is that un employed youth forms one of the most serious problems confronting the country The possibility of using estab lished facilities in every commun chool classrooms gym nasiums auditoriums and the is being studied FollowMichijrait Plan One avenue of aid may follow the present Michigan plan of providing first year college work for 11000 boys and girls by cooperation be tween reliefpaid teachers the reg ular high school staffs and Michi pj gan university 318 Mrs Roosevelt has suggested that any government aid to jobless 147 i graduates have the triple purpose of jil bucking up morale giving the youth chance to follow the work they e0 have learned and providingthem at wide Strike two called Ball three low and inside Kognll fanned on a called third strike Greenbrrg up Strike one called Strike t70 swinging Ball one outside BaH two outside Garleton was using his cross fire Ball three outside Greenberg got a single on a hirri drive that Durocher barely knocked down with his gloved hand Owen upStrike one called Owen popped to Frisch The bat flew out of his hand as he connected Fox Ball one low and inside Carleton fTiirli tfi smiTC R roliinln HI 24 153 20fi 136 Chicakasaw county completed its balloting Friday night reporting 449 Turn In pncr t rikhltiin K least a subsistence income Teach Children Etiquet HOLLYWOOD Oct 6 Charles Butterwortti film actor re ceived a deed to a strip of land near Chicago from his father The j Mrs J George accompanied him land is all under water Do nnt When they left he had not re buy land you have never seen the gained consciousness and had suf paront advised ifered a convulsion WHY WAIT The GlobeGazette will be on the street Satur day evening at 7 oclock with scores and full ac counts of the clays foot ball games Why wait until Sun day for Saturdays news Republican Victory in Iowa by 125000 Majority Predicted CHICAGO Oct 6 headquarters of the republican par ty today said it heard reports that the republican state ticket in Iowa is safely assured of election and that the party has gained consider able strength in Wisconsin Prcssey H Frank chairman of the republican state central com mittee in Iowa predicted a re i publican victory in Iowa by a ma jority of 125000 Both farmer and labor groups in Iowa have shifted sentiment in ve rent weeks toward the ippuhlirRn if old Frank said Ooorl manners are an manners a lifelong handicap This is one reason why children should have the advantage of early train ing in the practice of the little cour sies that rub off so many of the harp edges of daily living The eas iest and best way to teaeh the chil dren manners is to sct a pood ex ample yourself Maybe you had bet ter brush up on a few point The etiquet booklet our Washinsr ton bureau offers is just what you reec for this purpose Send in your name and together with 10 cents in coin Use this coupon The Mason 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