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HE IT RID
Kid" McCormick Receives
Injury That Will Prevent
Because of an Injury to his
back. "Kid" McCormick, 105-
pound Oregon City scrapper, will
net be able to meet Billy Robbing,
When you trawl abroad this . '
year, travel the Canadian r
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Twelve magnificent Mono
class Stenmships afford regu
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service land convenience.
combined with one class pris-v -sage
at proportionately lwer "
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Vour nearest a nt let'tf filjJy '
'(ijf cumpkie unlormututm . S
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r 7t VlkmvCuit ijti-AwApt
Wednesday, March 25, 8:30 p.m.
CHARLEY DAWSON vs. JOHNNY GOGGINS
Ten Throe Minute Rounds J i i -
BILL HUNT vs. CHAN BUTLER i
Six Three Minute Rounds j 'I I
KID McCORMJCK, vs. mLLYROjBIS '
Komm genuine teithomt the
PANCO CO. Outwears
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WEBSTER'S & DICTIONARY
CONTAINS COMPLETE RADIO SECTIOll
riORE THAN A DICTIONARY
THE OHEGON STATES?. IAN r
of Portland, in the special event
at the Armory Wednesday night,
it was announced Monday by
Matchmaker Plant. .
'' Boxing fans are not to be dis
appointed, however, for Match
maker" Plant has lined up the
"Kid'sM brother, "Babe' McCor
mick, some litUe scrapper himself,
to meet the" Portland , fighter.
"Babe weights 110 pounds, which
is only three pounds more than
the fighting weight of Robbins.
He has appeared in many fights at
Elks' smokers and is as clever as
hlai brother, according f to those
who have seen him in action. :
Johnny Goggins, San Francisco
139-pounder who meets Charlie
Dawson, of Eugene, at tne same
weight in the main 10 round event
hag a fine string of fights to his
creditl Before Sewell Deane came
to Salem he met Goggins In Seat
tle with the result that Deane was
floored for the count In the fourth
canto. Deane and Dawson fought
one draw and in a second meeting
Dawson received a decision over
Deane. As Goggins administered
the K. O. to Deane, the encounter
between he and Dawson should be
interesting to eay the least, v
Bill Hunt the Salem fireman,
is ready for his 6-round battle
with Chan Butler, pfj Portland.
Hunnt outweighs his opponent by
nine pounds. Two snappy prelim
inaries will open the show. ,
The first bout will begin
promptly at 8:30 o'clock. ...
Community Club House Is
Talked at Silverton Hills
SILVERTON. Ore., j March, 23.
(Special) Silverton Hills may
have a community club house.
The idea was conceived by the
Community Service j club which
was organized some time ago in
the Porter school district. This
club plans to unite a, number of
adjacent clubs for the purpose of
building this community house.
The school districts whose com
munities wonld be united in the
project are Davis, Porter, Coberly,
Hult and Bridge Creek. ' ,
A meeting to discuaa further de-
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Track and Baseball Men Ap
pear for Their First Work
out Monday Afternoon
The initial workout of the Wil
lamette unirereity track and base
ball squads was '.held Monday
afternoon. Due to the spring va
cation a small number of men
were out for each sport although
mos of the men will be back be
fore the end oty the week. The
men were given a light workout
by Coach Guy L. Rathbun and it
is not expected that any heavy
work will be given before next
week. y.yj ' A ":
. Three letter men reported for
baseba 11, ; Buck Towner, veteran
catcher; Francis Ellis, star pitch
er of last year, and John Fas
nacht. third base and utility pitch
er. Other players who showed up
well in the Initial workout were
Mast, Herman, Hansen and Zach
ery. . ; y.-'. . v - . - - . "
In track two veterans ' of last
year's squad reported, Aubrey
Fletcher, . middle distance letter
iran, and Lee Crawford, distance
runner. A large number of men
ere expected to report during the
week, including George Adams,
star weight man of last year.
. . It is too early to know definite
ly how many veterans will be re
torting this year or what caliber
the. new men will be. - Prospects
look better, however, than they
have for a number of years. .
tails will be held at the Porter
school house on March, 28. A pro
gram ' has been prepared and re
freshments will be served at this
Four Teams Lined Up for
Series; Others Are Expcct
. ed to Join Soon
Interest in the twilight baseball
league is becoming keener and al
ready four- teams hare been lined
up for the summer tournament.
Those who will participate are the
American Legion, winners of the
last two series, the Valley Motor
company, YMCA and the National
Guard. ,,;,-. 1:, -;, y .y ; .".
Both Spauldings and the Bank
ers had teams in the league last
year and while nothing' definite
has been heard from these, it-is
believed that they will be repre
sented again this year. There is
also some talk of one or two other
organizations entering the league
this season. ?. '
Playing wjll Tiegin as soon ?as
the evenings are long enough to
permit the playing of five or seven
innings before dark.
Willamette Debaters to
Meet USC Squad Tonight
The second debate of the trip
taken by the Willamette Univer
sity debate squal will be with the
University of Southern California,
at Los Angeles tonight.
The question will be "Resolved :
"That Congress should have the
power to overide the decisions of
the Supreme Court declaring Fed
eral Legislation Unconstitutional
by a two-thirds vote. i
The Willamette men, , Charles
Redding and Joel Berreman, wilt
uphold the affirmative of the
question.' This involves the neces
sity of changing sides of the ques
tion from' the last debate in which
they defeated the 'College of the
Pacific while upholding the nega
tive. VEVE GOT THE TOOLS ,
AND EXPERT SKI LL -
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ENCE IS NOW EXPECTED
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both allies and enemies of the
world war and pledges them to use
arbitration in settling their inter
national difficulties.- - It is said
that the British plan is for a se
curity pact based on arbitration
and the unconditional admission
of Germany to the league of na
tions. - - , '
Germany would be bound to
agree to such a program, it is be
lieved here, becaaise her admis
sion to the league of nations mut
be accomplished before that body
will undertake the reconsidera
tion of the Polish frontier dis
pute. .- .
SINCERITY OF REAR . '
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Dome. It is significant, he said,
that the great share of the wells
were drilled far to the south and
away from the danger point, be
tween the two fields. . E. H.
Chandler, attorney, for the Sinclair
Pipe Lin4 company and the. Sin
clair Crude Oil Purchasing com
pany, argued to sustain possession
within the reserve of oil tanks.
and oil pump and the pipe line
easement I which : were established
in connection with the leasing
program, j The two Sinclair com
panies arie co-defendants in th9
case and Jthe government allege
they !are Jtrespassers on the re
serve. . .
: J. W. Lacey of defense counsc'
will begin his argument tomorrow
roXDITT FHiKIUL TODAY
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of the state and later finishing his
higher education in the University
of Oregon, of which institution he
is a j graduate with the class , of
1884.- n' ;. z'Hi ;
J In 181 he was admitted to the
bar of the state and has been ac
tively engaged in the law practice
at Salem, Oregon, for more than
32 yearp, being for the past six
years associated with Ronald C
Glover in the Oregon building. He
has borne a reputation . for un
questioned integrity and has an
extensive practice in the courts of
Oregon as well as the federal
From his youth Mr. Condit'bad
taken an active part in civic, poli
tical, educational and religious af
fairs. He taught - school for -a
number of years and in 188S was
elected to - the office of .county
treasurer, of Marion county, Ore
gon,1 on the republican, ticket, and
was re-elected to succeed himself.
Later be served as the deputy of
the late James G. McCain, then
servingjas district attorney of the
local judicial district, having spe
cial ! relation to criminal work in
his home county. He also served
as city attorney of Salem for a
number of years and on the Salem
school oartl.- For a. number of
years he was active In military af
fairs, serving ,as adjutant of the
Oregon -regiment with the rank of
Mr. Oondit possessed a deep and
abiding faith in humanity and was
active iin fraternal and religious
work mc-st of his life. Fraternally
he was 4 member of the Indepeud
ent Ordf of Oddfellows and of the
Woodmen of the- World. -
As a Christian he was strong in
faith arid deep heart experiences.
He Joined the Presbyterian churd
at Pleasant Grove near Aumsville.
in Marion county, Oregon, whicii
Is the oldest Presbyterian church
west of jtbe Rocky mountains now
standing, and of which his grand
father, Philip Condit, was at one
time a minister. He has been
consistent member of that churcl:
during his entire life, having been
for ;21 yars clerk of the session of
the First Presbyterian church sai
Salem, and being twice honored by
election fas a delegate from Oregon
to the national or general assem
bly of the churchv '..". '.
Funeral services will be held
from the First Presbyterian church
at Salem at two o'clock Tuesday
afternoon with Rev. Ward Willis
Long In charge and interment wiit
be had in the family cemetery at
Pleasan Grove, near Aumsville.
Oregon, j The active pall bearer
will he j chosen from the Marion
County "Bar association,' the Inde
pendent Order of Oddfellows and
from the Woodmen of the. World,
and the honorary pall bearers wul
be th entire cession of the First
Presbyterian church. .of which de
cedent was so long a member
Dancing masters "met i ta : New
York. Decided upon an interna
tional dance.. The old one is tha
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M'CLIIOGK SUIT -TO
Other Court Actions to Fol
low Attack on L.add &.
V . Tilton Says U'Rcn
Filing a complaint of Madge
McClintock Xot California against
the Ladd & Tilton bank and. other
defendants Involved in the sale
of stock of the King's Food Prod
ucts company, for the recovery of
$5100 invested in - the stock, is
only the beginning of a series, of
claims to be filed later by Cat i
fornians. W. S. U'Ren of Portland,
attorney for plaintiff, raid.
Grant R. Bennett; of San Jose,
who is associated with U'Ren in
the suits, expects to file the re
maining '.claims for recovery as
soon as the various legal skirmish
es and objections over the ?first
complaint have ; been completed.
U'Ren said a few of. the claims
would be filed in federal courts in
the California district. . but that
most of them would be filed : in
the Multnomah county circuit
court.;,; , .;." ; i
The complaint filed by U'Ren
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for Mrs. McClintock names as de
fendants the Ladd & Tilton bank.
S. L. Eddy, Isaac D. Hunt, Came
ron Squires. F. N. Cark, E. A.
Clark. Mary A. Wittenberg, Mason
Wittenberg. Ralph s". Wittenberg.
Walter D Whitcomb. William J.
Piepenbrink. the National - Com
mercial company. A. L. Dundas,
G. F. Martin, the Multnomah Lum
ber & Box company, F.: A. Douty,
George F. Judd and the King's
Food Products company.
The complaint charges sale of
the stock in an insolvent concern,
the King's Food Products com
pany, and states that through the
appearance of the Ladd & Tilton
bank, with its financial reputation,
stock of the company was made to
appear-to be. of more value -than
was actually the case.' s
According to the complaint, the
dividend declared by the Delaware
corporation of the King's - Food
Products company in 1921 on the
preferred stock:was obtained from
sale of stock, and not from earn
ings, and that Mary A. Witten
berg, Mason Wittenberg, Ralph S.
Wittenberg, E.' A. Clark, F. N.
Clark. F. A. Dou ty. the Multno
mad Lumber & Box company, the
F. C. Stettler Manufacturing com
pany and the American Llfeograph
company waived the dividend.
The complaint alleges that of
the $1,000,000 worth of stock
sold, none of the money reached
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'WM&, Wn$ ' : '
Chesterfields have come up fast because
V smokers haye found that they can depend
on them for the same superior blend,
the same uniform quality, and for the
same untiring ; good taste alrays!
Good Piston Rings
MAKE A POWERFUL MOTOR
THE COST IS SMALL ,
SMITH & WATKINS v
1 G 1'AR.IMEKD PARTS FOR ALL CARS
the treasury of the Delaware cor
poration, but went to private own
ers of stock received in the trade
of stock in the Oregon corpora
tion. .. , - y k.A.
It also is alleged that Eddy and
Clark represented the Delaware
corporation as a going concern to
those making inqniries, and used
the letterheads of the Ladd & Til
ton bank to do so, thereby, mis
leading those who sought to as
certain the true status of the
firm's financial standing.
Drunken Driver Joltetl
II. C. Byers of Portland la re
maining in the city for 10 days,
with all expenses paid, upon in
vitation of Police Judge Marten
Poulsen: Before he leaves the
quarters provided toy the city-he
will contribute $250 to the city.
All because he was traveling 52
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miles an hour along South.Com,.
mercial between Lincoln and Mis
sion about 4 6'clbck Sunday morn
ins, The' speeding was not so"
bad. but he had liquor In his pos
session. Jn addition, he was Ativ-
ing while intoxicated. , The com
bination proved to be rery eostly;
to . the alfanger.' The arrest was
made' b Dfficer Hickman. ' C. A'.l.
Myers, who wa arrested on March;
14 for being drunk, forfeited $20,
bail In' the police court llonday.
James Reed, reporter for The
Statesman, was confined to hlr
home Monday by an attack of in
fluenza, y - ',-
G. W. Delay r of Gervals under
went a major operation at a local
hospital Sunday. , '
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