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f.'lAIxE HIS Bflllll
Looks Like Good Card; Art
O'Reilly and Weikum
In Warmup Bout 1
Chet Wiles. Portland's wrestl
ing and ref ereeing policeman,
whom Salem fans hare beard
.much about but not seen unless
they have Journeyed elsewhere for
the purpose, will make bis bow
at the armory here tonight rnd
the customers need not fear that
he will be lacking In suitable op
position, as this detail will be
taken care of by Thor Jensen of
Olympia, who has wrestled here a
number of times. -
Although he upholds law and
. order eight hours a day. or what
ever the working shift of Portland
flatfoots may be, he Is reported to
be not a bit averse to knock down
and drag out methods in the ring
so long as they are within the
rules. Jenson is not often a start
er In this sort of grappling but
doesn't dodge it if it comes his
Wiles Is expected to have some
small weight advantage oyer Jen
sen but not enough to make any
difference In the light heavy
weight division to which both be
long. Jensen is billed at 165
pounds and Wiles at 170.
The faithful will welcome the
return of Art O'Reilly, who put a
lot of hustle into the game here
while the industry was in its In
fancy and has been going Just as
strong lately at Eugene where he
Is a University of Oregon student,
lie meets Speed Weikum of Se
attle, with whom the fans have a
slight acquaintance, In a 40-min-nte
bout starting at 8:30.
PORTLAND. Ore.. June 22.
at Wm1v Ketehell. Portland
irhtfceawwelzht. won a 10-round
decision over Young Firpo, Burke,
Idaho, la the main event of a right
card here tonight.
It was a fierce battle from the
opening gong. Ketchell dropped
his opponent twice la. the first
round. Firpo did not take a count
the first time, but he took a nine
count the second time.l ;
In the second round; Firpo took
a left hand smash to- Ketch ell's
Jaw that carried j tho Portland
fighter through the ropes. Ketch
ell was down for a count of eight.
Ketchell won four rounds, Firpo
three, with three even.
Ketchell weighed 165 pounds,
Firpo 171. . - .'i:--1 :M ! :
In a six-round semi-final Eddie
-Volk, IS 7, scored a decision over
-Benny Pels, 135.. Both are of
lil VIOIS TEH
The Postof f ice ball ; toasers
walked on the Salem iron Works,
10 to 9, In an Industrial league
baseball game Monday night on
Sweetland field, scoring five runs
in the second Inning! after two
were out, and a like number in
the fourth. . , .;'!
Thompson, big catcher for, the
letter carriers, tripled with the
bases loaded to start the scoring.
Tonight the Elks and . the
American Legion Juniors will play
Baseball teams 'always nsed
to have m few frabstitutes o
the bench bat . tho :eiuUors
Sunday had none and Gresham
ctnly one. It could be !ie de
pression, which gets the blame
for everything, bat we Incline
rather to the opinion it's Just
the opposite. 'there are so
many ball teams that players
refuse to be supcrflnoas and
go hunt . a regular .berth en
. some other team in preference
to a warm spot on the bench. .
There was-depression at Olin
ger field Sunday, caused by the
rain.; .- There were a few fans In
ears along the first bate line but
only a double handful - in the
grandstand , and of course , none
, In the bleachers.
' 'Nearly aa we recall that was
. only, the second defeat Andy
Peterson has suffered this sea
son. Oregon State beat him
once bat be made np for that
iW thought that "K. Scales'
sounded familiar. He's the boy
who pitched for TJ. f O. this
spring. He along with Andy Pet
erson ana ai mown art just
about the answer to that old tra-
iuon that pitchers can't hit.
; Our . own Billy Snllivan Is
- bnstlnsr into the biz tJmo box
score now.- He- with the. Chi-
eago. White Sox which, were
made . famous by his father,
ad Sunday went in as a pinch
hitter for Faber, pitcher. Bat
Billy dldVt hit and Chicago
lost . to. the .Athletics to S.
BUly faced- tbo. . fajnoow .Mr.
GET WILES TO
and Wrestling Cop fio Mht on Ma
I DONT MONKEY
W. U Pet ' W. L. Pet.
St. Xj. -37 20 .649
BraokL 29 30 .493
N. T. .34 83 .07
PhiUA. -15 93 .439
Chirsro 33 34 .5791 Pittcb. -23 34 .404
Boitoa -30 28 .517
Cinein. .19 40 .322
NEW YORK, June 22 (AP)
Wilson, Hornsby and Hemsley
cracked home runs as the Chica
go Cubs slaughtered the Giants
11 to 4, In today's opener.
! 1 ! ! f I R H E
Chicago 000 130 016-11 13 1
N. Y. .000 Oil 002- 4 8 1
Bush and Hemsley; Berley,
Chaplin, Schumacher and
Phillies Beat Cards '
j PHILADELPHIA, j June 22.-
(AP) The Phillies defeated the
St. Louis Cardinals 7 to 3 today.
Whitney and Klein hit homers for
the winners. ; 's !..';) ' I : !
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St Louis 000 003 400-3 10 3
Phlla. ..010 003 3 Ox 7 13 - 2
Johnson and Wilson; J. Elliott
and Davis. --:"
Robins Win in 10th
BROOKLYN, June 22 (AP)
The Robins rallied In the tenth
inning to nose out the Pittsburgh
Pirates, 3 to 2,' In their series
opener today. . j ,
' R II E
Pitts. .1000 2i)0 600 0-2- 9 1
Brkln. 100 000 010 13 10 1
Wood and Phillips Clark and
i Cincinnati at Boston, . post-
TACOMAi June - 22 (AP)
Battling the worst haxards of
golf a driving downpour of rain
and a wild, blustering wind Ru
die Wilhelm, Portland. 1017 and
1927 champion, mushed his way
over tha. Fircrest golf course here
today to lead the large field of
siariers, and : win tbe medal
ist honors In the 36-hole qualify
ing round of the Pacific north
west amateur tournament. '
. Wilhelm carded 74 in th
injr IS holo trio and 7a in tha aft.
ernoon for. a total of 150, eight
over par, to beat out Johnny Rob-
Dins, young Portland ace! by one
stroke. Bobbins took '7R-73 for
151. ' I . it..- ; i .
Eddie Hos-an. Portland HfAn7i-
lnr cham Dion, followed in i&
with Harold Brynjolf son,! Victor
ia, ana British Columbia amateur
must, with 15S
. Seattle qualified the most num
ber of golfers with eight. Port-
iana gained 7, Taeoma , Victoria
and. Vancouver 3 each and Los
Angeles, Oakland, Eugene, Aber
deen, ueraeiey, ; Yakima and
Olympia 1 each, i - - .. i
jus lie hi
Fred Rltner will play Walter
Cline in one semi-final match of
-ptT Jones -tournament at
the Salem Golf dab this week and
pun Hendrio will meet Bill Horn
ing in the other. Finals will be
next week. ; , ; f :. j.
In the quarter-final round Cline
won from Bonesteele. Rltner de
feated Curtis Cross, Hendrle elim
inated Kelly .and Horning .won
over Frank Lynch.
v Trophies. for this, tournament
. T bf by local offi
cials ot Warner Bros, theatres in
connection, with the Bebby Jones
Instruction . pictures now - appear
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CONNEADT LAKE PARK. Pa..
June 22 (AP) Max Schmellng,
world's heavyweight champion,
lean, brown and in perfect condi
tion, spent today away from the
boxing glove and on the golf
links while resting up prepara
tory to starting his final training
drive tomorrow for his fight with
Young Stribllng at Cleveland a
week from"Friday night.
The champion played 30 holes
of golf, 18 in the morning and 18
in the late afternoon, with Train
er Max Machon. His scores were
good and he was in a merry mood.
If he has any worries about the
outcome of the contest It was not
Schmellng is scheduled to box
tomorrow with his sparring part
ners and again on Wednesday. He
will take . to the golf course on
Thursday and soar aeain Friday.
Saturday and Sunday. Just what
ne win uo in the way of boxing
after Sunday Manager Joe Jacobs
nas not announced. - !
GEUGA LAKE, O.. June 22.
(AP) Resting from his labors,
needing only enough ring work to
put the final edga to almost per
fect condition, Bill Stribllng golf
ed today, betook himself to the
horse park at Bralnbridge and fin
ished the day $2 richer through
acquaintance with a, fairly good
galloper In the fourth race.
Although the pride of Georgia
still has a lengthy wait before the
opening gong gives him a chance
to win the world's heavyweight
championship from Max Schmel
lng in the new Cleveland munici
pal stadium the night of July 3,
his chief problem is to avoid over
training. His weight Is down to
188 pounds and his chief worry
is fear of going stale.
Stribllng has only three more
boxing drills scheduled before
moving into Cleveland for the big
battle. . He will box Tuesday,
Thursday and Sunday nights of
this week and then hang up the
training mittens. In his workout
last night Stribllng scored his first
knockout of the camp campaign,
finishing Frank Kltts.; an Akron
heavyweight, , with a single left
hook to the stomach. ' 3
ILLAHEE DEFEATS '!
Illab.ee Country elub overrkm
the ilnx which fiilverton'a rnif
club has held over Illahee on the
suverton course in the past; Sun
day when-the Salem players won
a.20-man match 42 to 17.
Rain did net . handicap tbo play
ers appreciably, as the matches
were mostly completed before the
rain started, but a stiff wind held
the scores up. . .- :
Illahee players Bartlcinatinr
were R. K. Miller,' Frank Schafer,
Foster Cone, Ivan Kafoury. Robin
Day, B. Thompson, J. Varley, W.
oiacey, urazier small. Bob Bishop;
Jack Nash, Ernie Skelley, Fred
Williams. Ralnh Jaelrtnn f T
Franklin. 0 L. Fisher, Carl 'Ga-
oneison. Max Flannery,- Don Rob-
erts and Gordon Wilson
Gasoline Tax in .
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SACRAMENTO, - June' 23
(AP) The state board of equal
ization reported today California's
gasolln tax broke all records for
monthly revenue last -May with
84.002,791.80 assessed against
distributors. - . j ,
- The tax was based oa-saleot
1 3 C .3 3 9 J 4 2.1 gallons of gasoline.
Increasing sales were attributed to
the gasoline war and beginning of
summer travel. ' - , ..
OREGON STATESMAN. Salem,
Come From Behind In Great
' Sixth Inning and tie
! Series With Sacs
PORTLAND, Om., June 12.
(AP) Portland came from, be
hind In one big Inning to take the
lead and finally victory over Sac
ramento, f to 3. In a Coast league
baseball game postponed ! from
Sunday, and played her tonight.
The Senators took a 3-to-l lead
In the first inning and held It un
til the sixth when Portland scored
five runs as the result of five
successive singles and a double.
Portland icored three more In the
The Senators and the Beavers
spilt the aeries, winning each
three games. The seventh game,
one of a double-header scheduled
for Sunday, was rained out,
n h e
Sacramento 3 5 1
Portland J 16 1
Bryan, Hubbell and Wlrts;
Posedel, Orwall and WoodalL
WHITE SOX DEFEAT
W. I. Pet. W. - "L.. Pet
PhnA. S 14 .TT4
Bottom 3S S3 .405
WllL 1 IV .S83
Detroit .28 ST .888
Chleag 30 84 .870
St. U 20 15 .864
K. T. 55 .587
C1tL SO .483
CHICAGO, June 22 (AP)
Vic Frasler held the Athletics to
day and the White Sox won their
second victory of the season over
the world champions t to 2.
' R'H E
Philadelphia 000 101 0002 2
Chicago .,..000 SOS OOx 8 9 0
Shores, Mahaffey, Rommell
and Hevlng, Palinlsano; Frazier
and Grube. -
Boston Wins Final
DETROIT, June 22 (AP)
Tommy Bridges couldn't hold the
Red Sox in the pinches here to
day and Boston took the final of
a four-game series from the De
troit Tigers, 7 to 2.
Boston ....100 201 102 7 13 0
Detroit ....000 001 001 2 11 2
MacFayden and Berry; Bridg
es, Sullivan and Schang, Hay
worth. Pitchers) Parade
ST. LOUIS, June 22 (AP)
Nine pitchers paraded to the hill
as the Browns came from behind
today to defeat the New York
Yankees, 14 to 10, in a long,
drawn out struggle. Lou Gehrig
hit two home runs for the losers.
New York 102 403 000 10 15 0
St. Louis .102 S03 B0x 14 20 1
Pennock, Wearer, ' Weinert,
Ruffing, Gomes and Dickey, Jor
gen; Gray, Coff man. Stiles, Kim
Bey and FerrelL
Washington at Cleveland, rain.
4SCIOTO CLUB, Columbus,
Ohio, June 22 (AP) Captain
Charles Whitcombe and his Brit
ish Ryder cup mates grew encour
aged again today aa they watched
a ! dozen American professionals
struggle over the traps and nar
row fairways of Scioto In their
fight for the four remaining
places on Captain Walter Hagen's
I After the first 38 holes of their
72-hole battle over the course, the
Americans were so soundly
thrashed by par that a three over
par total of 154 strokes turned In
by Wlffy Cox of- Brooklyn, was
good enough to lead , the qualify
ing procession. It was a miserable
showing and the scores ranged as
high as 158, the count turned In
by Charles Hilgendorf of Detroit.
Johnny. Golden of New. York,
heretofore a hard' customer for
the Britons to take In Ryder cup
play, failed to show for the qual
ifying round.- His friends said he
wasn't exactly pleased that he
was asked to qualify for the team
for the first: time."
Hole Halved in
One First Time
' Ever is Belief
LONDON, June 22 (AP) In
the deluge of debt discussions,
politics and what not, the follow
ing ; golf story found Its way
through via Reuters, from Bro
It seems there were two' Aus
tralians playing over the Broken
hill course. ; - .
' . At the short seventeenth, . the
first golfer holed his tee shot.
He was Julilant- v
"Here's one for half." said
golfer No. 2 as he teed up and
swung, his ball landed on' the
green and trickled In. - -
In the memory of the " oldest,
it was golfs first hole halved In
one." -v-ir--'" . -
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LYONS, June 22 Mrs. Pearl
Colby of Prairie City, .Washing
ton,, was calling on friends here
and at Mill City ' Sunday. '-. ' She
drove from Portland for the day,
having been ' earing -for her
daughter. - Francis, the past two
weeks. - Francis had a complication-
of intestinal' lnfluensa, and
pleurisy which necessitated care
ful nursing and her mother was
called to care for her," v. :
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Oregon, Tuesday Morning.
Gresham Brings Horseshoes
In Every Pocket and Defeats
Senators Here Sunday, 2 to 1
Any reference to the Gresham
baseball team as a "hard luck"
outfit . will he decidedjr out of
place after Sunday's battle here
in which the Salem Sen tors and
the boys from the wilds of Mult
nomah county braved the ele
ments and Gresham won, 2 to 1.
. None of the Senator could be
heard framing alibis after, the
game, but here's what happened.
It was raining when Andy Peter
son started to pitch in the first
inning, but when Gardner trotted
out for his half, all was serene.
Andy sauntered to the box In the
second and raindrops met him
halfway out and kept falling while
he pitched, stopping again when
he got the aide out: and believe It
or not. the same thing happened
tor about five Innings.
Item No. 2 Salem got three
hits, one a double, In the second
Inning but couldn't score. Four
men came up that inning and each
one drove a liner into left field.
In almost the same spot. The
first was Adolph's double, and the
next was Messenger's single but
Adolph waited too long at sec
ond to see If It was caught, then
was thrown out at third when he
finally tried to make It. L. Gl
rod singled hut when Kitchen
drove one to the same spot, the
left fielder nabbed It Just off the
ground: Messenger had rounded
third and It was hopeless to try
to get back; he was nipped for a
Ran 1 Scored on
Four Bed Pltche
Item' No. 3 Trying to throw
with a wet ball In the fourth,
Peterson hit Sears with one bad
pitch, let him get to second with
the next, to third with the next
which Messenger caught but had
to throw from bis knees, and on
home with the next which went
to the grandstand.
Item ! No. 4 Ray Gardner,
who was almost sufficient bad
luck to the Senators all by him
self. - I
Item No. I Whenever they
did hit, the ball In a pinch, it
formed a habit of landing In some
unconscious fielder's glove.
Item No. Ken Scales, erst
while U. of O. pitcher, who boom
ed one to the fence for a home
run in the eighth.
As against all that, Peterson
had a bit ot luck or something to
score Salem's lone run In the
eighth. : He singled, started to
teal second while the pitcher was
still holding the ball. Gardner
threw wild and the ball hounded
away from the center fielder while
Andy kept on running to the
Rookie Revel at i o h s
SURELY there must have been
'worlds of class to the Oak
. land team ef the Pacific Coast
League last season for three ef its
notable stars are blazing in Nation
al League heavens thiayear. That
trie ef former "Oaks" are "Buzz"
Arlett, big gun ef the Phillies;
Ernest Lombard!, clouting catcher
ef the Robins; and Johnny Verge,
Giant gem at third base. - Perhaps,
the "Oaks" dont miss that stellar
trinity this season I -. --
The wonder about Arlett, who's
12, is hew a major league team did
not acquire him for so many years.
. Ue'a. been watched but the scout
reports.vntil 4930 were that he was
e TMtitoo slew lor the big. ahow.
- But -Buzz" hasn't been slew in the
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plate. Gardner became huffy nd
fanned the next three. -
The game here was the only
one played In the Portland-Valley
league and one of extremely few
ball games played - Sunday any
where in the Willamette valley.
The score: l 1
Greaham All R H PO A E
Scbmlfs, 2b ..S 0 0 4 1 0
Lovelace, lb .8 6 0 0
T. Scales, cf . 4 0 1 0 . 0 0
Sears, 3b .... 3 11120
K. Scales, rf .2 1 2 0 0 0
Bronson, ss . . 3 0 2 S 0
Meeks, If ....4 0 0 3 2 0
Richardson, e 4 I 3 11 0 0
Gardner, p ... 4 t 1 0 01
Total ...34 t 7 27 '2 1
Salem AB R H PO A , XI
Eiickson, If ..4 0 1 3 0 0
P. Glrod. Ss ..4 0 0 2 3 1
T. Glrod, cf ..4 t 0 1 0 0
Adolph. lb ..4 0 1 7 10
Messenger, e . t 1 11 0 0
L. Glrod. 2b .4 0 3 1 1 0
Kitchen. 3b ..4 0 0 0 0 1
Foreman, rf . 2 0 0 2 0 0
Peterson, p. .31 10 f 0
Totals ...32 1 7 27 11 2
Score by innings:
Gresham 000 100 010 2
Salem ........000 000 010 1
Struck out by Peterson 10, by
Gardner 10; bases on balls off Pe
terson 3. Hit by pitched ball.
Sears by Peterson, Messenger by
Gardner; wild pitches, Peterson
3; stolen base. Sears; two -base
hif, Adolph; home run, K. Scales;
double play Meek to Schmits,
Peterson to L. Glrod to Adolph.
Umpire, La Velle.
flTAYTON, June 22 The Stat
ion Wildcats defeated the Jef
ferson team at Jefferson Sunday
22 to 10 at Jefferson In a Cas
cade league baseball game played
in the rain.
Stayton .......... .22 20 4
Jefferson ...10 8 4
Kirsch, Bradley and Egleston;
Webb, James and Pearson. .
MT. ANGEL, June 22 Orvllle
Schwab held the1 Amity ball team
to one run Sunday in the rain
while his mates were crossing
the plate 28 times. Robinson and
Hadley pitched for the visitors.
'F-y;7STsiJ 17 . -' .
. 1831. King real arc Syndicate, lot.' Great Britain right Ttrrt4.
Phfllx outfield and with the willow
he's a genuine wonder.
Arlett' record with Oakland In
dicates his hitting prowess. For
eight seasons, starting with 1923,
"Buzz" batted never less than .828.
Of Buthian proportions and rugged,
it's just tee bad -Buzz" didn't get
his crack at the big time five or
six years ago. A it is, Arlett
stands a good chance ef being the
leading:, batsman in the majors this
year unless he slump badly.
Verges, who cost John MeGraw
V Co., 250,000. is proving that
he's worth at least double that
price. . - Off to a somewhat 'shaJcey
start" fa training camp games.
Johnny soon found himself and
justified McGraw'a wisdom.' in
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Cochet Losgs to Unknown,
Tty FRANK H. KING
LONDON June 22 (AP)
r.rt Britain's lawn tennis cias
sic, the Wimbledon champion
ships, began today with young
Frank Shields of New xo
looming as a likely follower in
the path of Big Blil Tilden ana
other famous American players.
Tn - a dar of lay which saw
Henri , Cochet lose to Nigel
Sharpe. a little known English
man, and Jean Borotra winning
from another little, known Brit
isher. A. J. Smith, only after a
bitter four set struggle. Shields
stood out with his whirlwind vic
tory over Dr. P. D. B. Spence,
teteran South African cam
Less than an hour, after hit
ting his first shot on the famous
center court Shields disposed of
Spence 6-1, -l, 0-2, and estab
lished himself firmly as a recog
nized star of Wimbledon.
The New York youngster head
ed a parade ot the American Da
vis cup team through the first
round, Sidney B. Wood, Jr., John
Van Ryn and George Lott, Jr.,
following their number one star
into the second day of play.
Cochet LIstles . , , " ,
and Inaccurate '
Cochet, listless and Inaccurate,
and still suffering from : his re
cent illness, fell before the unin
spiring but steady backhand of
Sharpe, whose errors were us
few as the hairs on his head, and
he hasn't many. Sharpe won
6-1, 6-3, 6-2.
Only a little less surprising
than Cochet' , defeat was that
suffered by Gregory Mangln,
Newark, N. J., who fell before
the smashing game of George
Lyttleton Rogers, the giant Irish
man, 0-6, 8-6, 6-3, 6-3.
The only other American cas
ualty was Watson Washburn,
former assistant attorney general
of New York state and an inter
nationalist of several years ago,
who was defeated by the Aus
trian, F. W. Mateejka, 6-3, 6-2,
Wood, Van Ryn and
Lott win Easily '
Wood and Van Ryn won, the
former defeating the Indian R.
Singh, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 and Van Ryn
winning from F. Schaeffer of
Czechoslovakia, 6-0, 6-2, 6-1
Lott defeated B. Berthet, 3-6,
6-3, 6-0, 6-2.
transferring Freddfe - Llndstrom .
from third to the outfield in order
to make room for the "Oak" re- '
cruit. . 1
Buchy Lombardi u shining -brightly
for Brooklyn 'even in the
gloom which prevailed when the :
song ef the Robins sounded like a :
dirge throughout May. :
Incidentally, the St. Louis Cards'
seem to have a pitching ace in Paul .
Derringer who wen his first- eight
games in his debut as a big leaguer. '
He's 24 may get bis bump soon,
but seems to Jiave what goes . to '
make a truly great movndsman, -
- Arlett. Lombard!.- Verrex and1
Derringer 1931 rookie revelation'
CawriSK. mi Kfeai Wi
Borotra won from Smith only
with difficulty, being carried to
8-6 in the first and third sets but
coming back after the intermix
sin to run out the match at 6-1,
Smith won the second set 6-4.
Christian Boussous of France,
Fred Perry -and Bunny Austin of
Great Britain, and Jiro Satoh of
Japan, advanced with Borotra,
Shields and Wood. 1 j
REESE flfID MIEU
TOP COLLEGE III
CHICAGO, June 22 (AP)-.
Jack Reese, a slender son of old .
Yale, and Randall Ahearn, a bus
ky lad from Detroit City college
paced the best college golfers in
the country through the first
.qualifying round of their 35th an
nual tournament today, each scor
ing 37-36 73, three strokes over
The field of 113 starters fol
lowed their sizzling example so
well that the finalists of last year
were in danger of not Qualifying
at the close of tomorrow's second
round. George T. Dunlap, Jr., e
Princeton, the defending chax
pion, took 40-38 73. while Law
rence Moller of Notre Dame, run
ner up last year, had 38-4280.
Better golf probably will be requir
ed to reach match play Wednes
day, for tonight there were 44
scores under 80.
Reese and Ahearn were follow
ed by Robert "A. Moffett of Prince
ton, a New York City youth,
whose 74 was matched by Phillips
Flnlay, a lanky Callfornlan repre
senting Harvard, and James Res
ton, of Dayton, Ohio, public link
champion of his state and captain
elect of the University of Illlnol
NEW YORK. June 22 (APV
Mike Payan. Indian welter
weight from Arizona, easily out-
pointed Jackie Purvis of Indian
spoils in the feature six round
bout of Madison Square's "new:
talent" how tonight. Payan
weighed.. 145 pounds; Purvl
BOSTON. June 22 (AP)
Baby Jack Renault, Cambridge
junior welter, outpointed Darcy
White, New Bedford negro In t
fast ten round boxing contest
here tonight at Braves ' Field,
Renault weighed 141 and Whit
138. , 1 . "
Primo Camera failed lo mak
hi scheduled exhibition appear
ance against three towering Bos
ton heavyweights and the Ar
gonne A. A. management announe
ced it would ask the boxing com
mission to put the Italian under
NEWARK. N. J., June 22.-.
(AP) Jack (Kid) Berg. British
lightweight contender, stonned
Tony Lambert of Newark In the
eighth round of a ten, round bout
nere tonight. Lambert absorbed a
steady beating and the referee
stepped In to halt the bout when
the Newark lad no longer could
defend himself. Berr wei-hi
130, Lambert 140.
SUMMONS BY PUBIJOATinv
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE STATE OF OREGON,
FOR THE COUNTY OF MAR-
GLADDING. McBEAN ATfL"
a foreign corporation. Plaintiff.
ts, F. W. FOULKES, a sole trad
er doing business as Santiam
Lumber Company, and MRS. F. W.
uum, nig mre, Defendants.
To DOROTHY REYNOLDS, for
merly known as Mrs. F. W.
Foulkes and (or) Dorothy
Foulkes, defendant: I
IN THE NAME OF THE RTATn
OF OREGON: Yojj are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in the
aoove entitled suit on or before
the expiration of four 14 1- VVi
from the date of the first publi
cation of this summons, to-wlr,
on or before "the 20th day of
July, 1831, said time being the
time prescribed for the last date
of the publication hereof,! and j if
you fail to so appear and I answer
said complaint for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply j to the
Court for the relief demanded In
its. complaint. to-wlK th h.
Plaintiff have and rero
the defendant the sum of 8876.00,
together with Interest lhrnn
from the 7th day of An Clint. K1A
?A th ratft of 6 per annum un
til paid, and for the further sum
01.9zvv.uf as and for attorneys'
fees, and, for Its. costs and dis
bursements herein and a decree
that the whole and total of said
sums be declared to be a. tion
on the land described In this com
Plaint, to-wit. the KRU r c-.
ftlon 22, Township 6 East, In the
vuumr ot anon, state of Ore
ron, together with the building
thereon, and that said lien be
foreclosed according . to law
that said land and premises may
be sold under the order and de
cree of this Court, and the pro
ceeds thereof be applied I to the
payment ot costs of this suit and
the sum said to be due the plain
tiff, and that it hare tuch other
and further relief as to the Court
ummj avs m proper. . ;
This summons is tmhltui, w
order of Honorable L. n.,MeMa
han. Judge of the above entitled
Court, made and entered In aald
Court and the cause on the 18th
T of June, 1831. nrencHhinc
that this summons h .wa t.
publication thereof each week for
four. (4) successive week in the
Oregon Statesman, a newspaper of
general circulation, published in
Marion County, Oregon. ;
Tr.. IIr,t Pniction June
r 1831. , -.-
.iD,of U8t publication July
DEY HAMPSON NELSON.
:VT.- H. MAQUlHE.t
i -rv AirBey? f' Plaintiff.
Building, Portland. Oregon. ' '
3 23-30 Jly 7-14-21