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MONDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1934, VISALIA DAILY TKIIS, CALIFORNIA HEAVILY LADEN BOOZE SHIP CAPTURED TICKETS GO ON SALE THURSDAY FOR ELKS SHOW ITEMS GLEANED FROM RECORDS IN COURT HERE MARQUETTE LOOMS UP AS ONE OF STR0NGES TEAMS IN EAST I Several Upsets in Football Saturday; Cornell Defeat By Williams a Surprise; Princeton and Yale Not Too Strongr Army Eleven Shows Power Leased Wire) I Mallory, Neidllnger, Neale, Stevens and Rirheson, has been a terrific blow. Harvard, 'on the other hand, looks, much better than last year, with Gejirke back in the game. He was not eligible last year. 1 Wood, Harry; Wilson Gilmore, Hewitt and Yoemans in the back field and a rugged, powerful line, the West Point cadets seent to have one of the most promising teams in the east. The cadets showed great power in beating Detroit, a strong western team, 20 to 0.

SPORTING NEWS (United Press Leased Wire) BUFFALO, N. 'Y. Rocky Kansas, the Buffalo idol, and Luis Vincinti, champion of Chile, leading lightweight contenders, meet here tonight in a 10 round bout. Luis knocked out Kansas the last time they met. LOS ANGELES Cedric Durst, l.o.i Angeles outfielder, holds the Pacific coast league record for hitting in consecutive games this season, Durst has banged out safeties in liis last 24 games, getting an aver-ago of .412 for the stretch.

TX)S ANGELES Friedl L. Barba, Oljmpic flyweight champion, enters the professional ranks for the first time tomorrow night at Vernon when he meets Frankie Grandetta, shiek. Jimmy McLarnin, sensational Oakland youth, and Young Nationalista, Filipino boxer, are on the same card. 9 I.OS ANGELES Promoter Lou Daro's master stroke, a championship finish match for the worlds heavyweight wresting championship titln, is ready for its unfolding at Washington Park tonight when Ed "Strangler Lewis and "Toots Mnndt meet in an open air bout with no time limit attached. Don W.

McDonald will referee. The champion is said to be guaranteed $17,500 for his appearance, with Mondt getting $2,500. coastTeague by SQUADS II; a vyv; eights Easily Defeat Orosi; Practice Game 7ith Strathmore i In the opening league game of the limited and unlimited football guada Of the Visalia union high; school, for the season, 'played here Saturday against the Strathmore high's lightweights and the Orosi heavies, the Visalia elevens won both games. The score of the heavyweight battle was IS to 0. That of the lightweight contest was 20 to 0.

A good-sized crowd of fans of the routending schools, with some instructors and others, witnessed the opening games. The lineups were as follows in the heavies teams: Visalia J. Dienstadt, le; M. Herrin, It: H. Straughn, Ig; M.

Stevens, F. Lacy, rg; B. Whipple, rt; R. Paregien, re; G. Garcia, R.

McDonald, lh; L. Lary, rb; R. Fire-baugh, f. Subs: Steele, R. E.

Paregien and L. E.mStniUi. Limited Squads The struggle- between the two limited teams, those of Strathmore and Visalia high, was only for practice, since Orosi's lightweight squad forfeited on account of not being able to play the game as slated in the regular schedule. The lineups were as follows: Visalia Nelson, Franklin, le; Jones, Robertson, lg; Smith, R. Bryson, Acuff, (lidding, rg; Mc-Came.

Shamalian, rt; Shippey, re; Relander, Paregian, Bryson, lh; Rush, rb; Boone, Quiuhy, fb. Strathmore-Kalb, le; Roy non, It; Rogers, lg; Barclay, Tyler, rg; Baxley, rt; Baker, re; Reynolds, Hefner, lh; Harmon, fb; Lightall, rh; Cunningham, Baer, subs. On Other Fields The results of other football games of the northern and the southern sections of Tulare county were as follows: Hanford won both games from Exeter, in Exeter, the heavips' score being 14 to lightweights, 30 to 0. Porterville won both games from Lindsay, in Porterville, 3 to 0, aud 30 to 0. Tulare boat both Delano teams, in Tulare, 47 to 0, and 7 to 6, The game between Dinuba and Wodolake, In Woodlake, resulted in victory for Dinuba, 9 to 0.

There was no lightweight game there. Full rehearsal for the Elks Cabaret. the annual festival of song and other entertaining features given un-j der the auspices of Visalia Lodge, No. 1298, B. P.

O. Elks, under the able management and direction of E. O. Chandler, will take place again tomorrow evening, in the Elks club-rooms. Tickets for the Bhow, to be given in the municipal auditorium, tq be specially arranged for the promising affair, will go on sale next Thurs-, day, in the Blue Bird Confectionery conducted by Hugh Neil, on North Court street.

It is expected that sale of tickets for the coming entertainment will attract many early purchasers for reserved seats, because of the popularity of the minstrels and other entertainments sponsored and capably conducted by the Elks. Dusty Carpets We rent Vacuum Cleaners Chaffee Electric 120 S. Court. 23-tf QUALITY WORK The Best of Washing 30 11m clothes washed forOOc 20 lbs. of clothes washed and dried and flat work Ironed for $1.50 STAR LAUNDRY CO.

lHONE 91 BICYCLE TIME NEW BICYCLES, Parts and Accesories. MOTORCYCLE PARTS Now is the time to buy Mud-Guards. WILSONS 110 N. Church Visalia Poebe E. Tucker has started amt in the Superior court against.

Nathan Weatherman to obtain the cancelation of an agreement between the plaintiff and defendant for the sale of lot 21 in the Encina Colony and to quiet title to the property. Farnsworth, McClure Burke are attorneys for the plaintiff. The Bank of Italy has begun suit in Superior court against D. Moorsalian, et al, to obtain judgment on a note for $15,000, which was secured by a mortgage. Foreclosure is asked.

Dickson F. Maddox and Farnsworth, McClflre Burke are counsel for the plaintiff. GLEASONS REPORTED IMPROVED IN RANGOON (Continued irora page one.) rupees reward for information leading to the conviction of members of the mob which attacked the Gleasons. From Southern California LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13 Mr.

and Mrs. Paul Gleason, named in United Press dispatches as having been injured in a native uprising at Rangoon, India, are well known in Southern California. GleaHon attended the University of Redlands and the young couple have relatives in Riverside. Miss Beryl Snell, reported unharmed in the demonstration. a Hollywood cirl, having been sent to India by the Hollywood Baptist eburch.

Several other Southern Californians are at the American school in Rangoon and fear for their safety lias been expressed by friends and relatives here. 'TOPEKA. Oct. 13. The weekly crop report issued today by the state board of agriculture states that in the western two-thirds of Kansas, from 80 to 100 per cent of the new wheat crop has beon sown.

The soil conditions were excellent, the report said. Much of the 1924 wheat crop is reported as going to market. TACOMA, Wash. Oct. 13.

Four, new cases of poliomyelitis (infan-1 tile paralysis) occurring here over 1 the week-end will prevent the re-! opening of this week, ac-' cording to Dr. C. F. Engels, city health officer. bools have been closed since September 25, as a precautionary meari 1 against the spread of the disease.

Coast Guard Cutter Shawne Makes Big Haul at San Francisco (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13. You can ask my lawyer about that, was all that Captain E. F. Ford of the British steamer Quadra would say in answer 'to questions today following the capture of his ship and two smaller craft by coast guard patrol boats here yesterday.

The capture was the largest made by the rum fleet in thjs vicinity to date, the value of liquor seized and the ships taken being placed at around three-quarters of a million dollars. The Quadra was taken near the Farallone islands aad towed into port at 11 p. m. yesterday bv the coast guard cutter Shawnee. She i3 a large British tw'in-screw steamer, built of steel and of high speed.

Captain Ford of the Quadra immediately placed his ease In the hands of the British consul, while revenue officers Raid that they were acting entirely within their rights under the British-America liquor seizure treaty recently signed. The seizure of the Quadra resulted from capture of a small boat Saturday night by the coast guard cutter Swift. The crew of the smaller craft, which carried $10,000 worth of liquor, challenged the coast guard to find the mother ship where we got this stuff. Sunday morning the Shawnee set out and at noon sighted the Quadra. Overhauling and hailing her, the Quadras master refused to show his manifest and also refused to into San Francisco under- his own power.

An offender and three seamen were sent aboard from tho Shawnee and the Quadra taken in tow. Suddenly a motor boat shot out from the Quadra's sides for the open sea. A shot across her bows from the Shawnee stopped her and she was also towed in. Captain Ford stood firmly today on his rights as a British ships master and appealed to the consulate or Britain. The consulate promised an investigation hut could see no complications ahead.

The vessel is moored in port here, with a coast guard detachment in charge. ANNOUNCEMENTS ON OPENING OF GOLF TOURNEY riay for the president's trophy, given by Orval of the Visalia Golf Club, will start next Sunday when the members will hold a qualification Under the rules of the tournament every member will I be entitled to enter and the 10 pairs of the 20 men to qualify with the lowest score, under handicap, will be matched. Any new members, or old members wlio have not yet turned in their cards for a handicap are asked I to do so before next Sunday, presenting them to the professional, Carl Lindgren. A card of IS holes I is enough for the handicap eommit-Itee to work on. The handicaps wlil he posted at the club-house, and it is hoped that the entire membership of the club will be out next Sunday to take part in the play for the trophy.

Mr. Overall is not telling hat his trophy will he, hut he states that it will be well worth tho effort of contest by all. The ladies are also offered a prize bv President Overall, and the tourney for the feminine sex will lie in I charge of the ladies, who will, no doubt, play their tournament in a manner similar to that employed by the men. TOKIO, Oct. 13.

Major Zanni. Argentine aviator, engaged in round-the-world flight, has been decorated with the Fourth Order of the Rising Sun and the Sixth Order of the Sacred Treasure. lion here, told the United Press this afternoon. "Everything is ready to receive1 the Zeppelin, lie said. "In cae conditions tire unfavorable to the ship entering the hangar it will land in the open.

Mooring apparel is will be attached and she will he pulled over to the mast." ALL WELL ABOIKD ABOARD THE ZR-3. WEST Oh THE Oct. 13. All is well. We are in constant and good communication with station WCP at 1 Chatham, U.

S. A. The I North German 1. lord's Vera Sen- tana is proving of valuable assist-ante in relaying messages." I The above message from the I ZR-3 shortly after the d'rthle had I left the Azores behind and was towards Bermuda, was for-j warded to the United Press from I tho German government wireless 'station at Berlin. IMTEIPT TO BE SIMPLE WASHINGTON, Oct.

13. A sim-i pe receipt will he handed to Dr. Hugo commander of the, ZR-3. bv Adinir-l Archibald Sales, commandant cf the fourth naval district, when the giant dirigible ar-1 rives at lake hurst Wednesday. I No other ceremony will mark the 1 transfer of the airship from Ger- man to American hands, navy offi-cials said.

The receipt given Eckener will be a custody receipt. A final receipt will not be given until the ship has been put through a severe trial, including speed, endurance and luting tests (United Presa By HENRY L. FARRELL (United Press Staff Correspondent) NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Defeats of Cornell and the naval academy were the most striking of a number of interesting upsets that marked the eastern football schedule Saturday.

Princeton was tied by Lehigh; West Virginia was beaten by Pittsburgh and Yale just missed a tie with Georgia, while Brown was beaten by Chicago. After a- run of three seasons in which Cornell bad won 26 straight games Williams came along and gave the Ithacians their first defeat. Marquette University from Milwaukee loomed up as another Notre Dame by defeating the strong navy elevent, 21 to 3. The westerners scored three touchdowns in the last period. IMlwcr ran 50 yards for one touchdown, McCormick ran 65 for another and Skemp covered 45 for the third.

This Marquette eleven, it Is just being reali7ed, Is one of the greatest teams in the country. The team has not been defeated for two years and with a defeat for Cornell, i has the longest winning streak of recent years. California has net been defeated for tour years bet has engagod in two lie games with Washington and Jefferson and Nevada. Michigan has gone through two seasons without a defeat but was tied by Vanderbilt in 1922. Illinois and Yale were the only other teams that were not defeated last season and are still going.

The army, Colgate and Dartmouth are the only big eastern teams with perfect records. They have it been beaten or beoored on this season. Princeton. Pittsburgh, West Virginia. Navy.

Cornell, Brown, Lehigh and Mary land have been beaten or held to a tie. Princeton hud such a terrific time trying to break a scoreless tie with Lehigh that cheer leader dis-ocuted his arm. Ya'e looked bad in beating Georgia by only a point after a touch down, and it is apparent that the of the great backfield stars, THREE TEAMS IN CONFERENCE LOOK GOOD (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13 Three teams sipod ut. the, van of Pacific coast football today by virtue of their showing against worthy opponents last Saturday.

California showed unexpected strength by defeating Pomona College 28 lo 0 at Berkeley. University of Southern California administered derisive defeat to Arizona. 29 to 0, and Washington overwhelmed Whitman 55 to 0 at Seattle. Stanford revealed the crippled condition of Its team with a close 7 to 0 victory over Olympic club, lacking the punch to score when within a few yards of the clubmen's goal on repented occasions Idaho and Montana opened the Paettiq const conference schedule at Missoula, Idaho, winning 1 lo 13. Gonzaga surprised with 0 14 to 12 victory over Washington State.

Oregon handed Pacific a 2 to 0 lacing and Oregon Aggies beat Multnomah dub 7 to 6. Occidental trounced Redlands 47 to oand Whittier took California Tech's measure by a close score in the only two games in the Southern California conference. SEATTLE LEADS COAST LEAGUE RACE (Pnited Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGEI.ES, Oct. 13 Coming Into the season's final week with a reckless splurge, 1 lie Seattle Indians today lead the Pacific coast baseball league by the alitn margin of one half game over San Francisco and Los Ange'es, tied for second honors. In the circuit's most sensational finish et teeeut years, three teams have an utmost equal chalice of copping the pennant, while two others are on tin- fringe of the select with outside possibilities of edging into the ihaniro-isliip class.

Carrying the percentages out to the fourth or fifth numerals, the locals have a fraction of a pojnt the advantage over 'he Seals. Los Angeles has won 102 games and lost 90, while the Seals have won 103 and lost 91. wjiich giaes the Los Angeles learn slight the better of it. tty taking six of seven games from the Seals last week, Seattle climbed ahead of them lit an almost wholly unexpoeted spurt. lu the tnoanlitne, the Angels, continuing tin ir mad dash which started in August -with the team In the cellar.

annoM-d five victories in Portland to bring them into a deadlock with the ISeals. Beginning Wednesday, Los Angeles plays Vernon in a seven game si ries at Washington Park. Oakland nhtys San Francisco while Seattle engages Portland in tills weeks engagements, starting tomorrow. There Is no way of doping an absolute cinch for the pennant. The schedule and playing power of the different teams give Los Angeles a decided chanre to grab title honors, although it the leading teams are upset, both Oakland and Salt Lake have outside chances of streaking In under thp wire In first money ALONG THE SIDELINES CAMBRIDGE Harvard came out of the hard Middleburry game with-j out a scratch aud several former' cripples will be able to return to the game this week, to prepare for the coming Holy Cross game.

The I work of Cheek and Gerhke was very pleasing to the coaches. NEW HAVEN The Georgia game showed Yales lino needs some attention and roaches plan to1 make a ntimber of changes. Love-1 toy and the two Eds, Lnman Bingham, were the only players: sure of their positions. Eddie Bench, Pond and Allen are sure in 1 'he backfield, with Bench running he team. 1 PRINCETON Attendance records 'or mid-season games made in the Chicago game three years ago and in last years Notre Dame game will be beaten Saturday when the navy plays here, athletic officers believe.

The two upper classes front the several academy are with the team. Non'- rt the Princeton regulars weo injured Saturday, although the whole team was well used up. ZR-3 MAKING FAST TIME ACROSS OCEAN (Continued from Page One) through clouds and sunshine Pltp a erpnt silver Wraith, the ZennePe ZR-3 was htvh over the Atlantic headed for the Azores on a RO'hwesterlv eottrse. Everythin" was weH rith the "iant dirigible, which should ren-h f.akehnrRt. Wednesday.

The ZR-3 was behind schedule when last reported, but was proceeding steadily on her course at a speed that averaged about 60 miles an hour. Earlv today she renorted she had "hit It up to 90 miles an hour. Leaving Friedriehshafen, mother nest of Zeppelins for. a quarter of a ienturv. this latest and possibly last of the brood that was to make Germany supreme in.

the air, swung westward over France early Sunday morning. The start, in a dripping fog, was made at 6:40 a. nt. For a time the ZR-3s nilot, Dr. Eckener.

head of the Zeppelin works, hesitated as to his course, the wireless clattering busily with land stations. Then lie hpaded for Belfort, France, and Fanrce, the northern tip of Spain, the Bay of Biscay, and headed out to sea. When last reported Parly today, the Zeppelin was about 600 miles from the Azores. She probably had covered nearly one-third of her journey by A a. m.

eastern standard time today. It was about 3 a. in. Berlin time that the airship reported making 90 miles an hour, while Dr. Eckener messaged that at one time over a short stretch on Sunday the ZR-3 nisde 130 miles an hour.

This was with the aid of a strong wind, however. At 5 a. nt. Berlin time the Zeppelin railed for- the weather report from the Hamburg sea observatory. An hour later a report was received that a vessel had sighted the ZR-3 at 4 a.

G. M. a quarter of the way between the north corner of Spain and the Azores. At 11 a. nt.

the Hamburg Seewarte had not received the report which the Zeppelin was to send out at 8 a. nt. and it was believed that the sea station had lost toHrh witfy the airship. (Washington advices said contact with the ZR-3 would not he established by American government radio stations until the craft was within 1500 miles of the United States. Tlie Azores are 1600 miles from Bermuda.

which is about 650 miles from Lakehtirst. N. The dirigible now is following the course taken by Christopher Columbus a little more than 432 years ago. Thp flight from Friedriehshafen to the Azores required 31 Vi hours. On its flight to surrender to the United States navy, the Zeppelin is carrying 30 officers and men.

Dr. Eckener, in charge, hopes to demonstrate by the vovage the practicability of airships for passenger flight, and thus obtain some revision of the Versailles which forbids Gor- ninny to build these giants of the sky. There are four Americans on board, Cantain Steele and Commanders Krause and Klein of the navy and Major Kennedy of the army. None of the crew of observers is permitted smoking tolmcco in any form, nor alcohol. Word was received, however, that the ZR-3 will he searched for liquor, like any oth-ci vessel, whetlur of sea or air, upon her arrival at Lakehurst.

EXPECTED EltVESD 1 LAKEHURST, N. Oet. 13. I expect the ZR-3 to arrive be-tween 5 and 6 a. m.

Wednesday if the present atmospheric conditions do no change," Commander Pierce, U. S. in charge of the mr sla- Paper Hanging Kalsomining Let on fhow you wall papr sample Gladly Ail work guaranteed patlsfaotory VAN OLSON tU IV. Court I'honr 40S-J Jlfter every meal 4 A pleasant aad agreeable sweet and a 1-a-s-t-l-n-g benefit as well. Good for teetb, breath aad digestion.

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119 VV. Main St. Log Angeles at Portland; no game, rain. BIG TEN CONFERENCE SEASON OPENS SATURDAY (United Tress Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Oet. 13 Coaches of the Big Ten today began their last Intensive week of drill before the opening of the conference season proper.

Although Ohio State, Iowa and Purdue have already engaged in tig Ten battles, the other seven teams of the circuit will entter the first conference games next Saturday. The record of the week-end, with almost as many upsets ns expected. leaves file result, uncertain. Several teams, however, stamped themselves definitely as conference contenders. BASEBALL NOTABLES ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF JAKE DAUBERT rOTTSVILLE, Oct.

13. Scores of baseball notables were hero this afternoon for the funeral of the lata Jake L. Daubert, peerless first baseman of the Cincinnati Reds, who died last week folowing an operation. The lloral offerings were so numerous that they had to be hanked oil the veranda. The pall hearers wore- Eppa Kixoy, Eddie Rouseli, Carl Mays, Rube Dressier and Pete Donohue of the einnnti Reds anil Lou McCarthy of the Baltimore Orioles, formerly of the Giants.

CONVICTED CHINESE GETS REVERSE IN SUPREME COURT I (United Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. The conviction of Zlnng Sung Wan. student, of the murder of 1 Dr.

Theodore T. Wong, (. 11. lisie, bad Ren Sen Wit. mein hers of tin Chinese educational mission here in I 192, was reversed by the Supreme Court today.

Wan won his appeal from convle- tioti on the pl as that his ullegod confession under a police "third tie-1 grea" had been involuntary and and therefore inadmissabU us evi-l deuce. 1 KELLY RETURNS TO PORTLAND; MEEKER STOOD FLIGHT WELL (Un'ted Press Leased Wire) PORTLAND. Oct. 13. Lieutenant Oakley Kelly, aviator who won fame for his non-stop flight across the continent, returned here today after flying to Washington, with Ezra Meeker, 94 year old pioneer of the Oregon eounrty.

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