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Th OREGON STATESMAN, galea, Oregon, Salnrday Morning, December 10, 1932
Ramblers and Trojans
set for Year's Biggest' Game
CROWD TO SET
Notre Dame Favorite Since
Sick man Better; Cool
Day is Forecast
By BRIAN BELL
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 9 (AP)
With all their football behind
them until 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon, Notre Dame and South
ern California players tonight
wondered what the weather man
proposed to do about the climax
lame in the huge coliseum.
When the Indiana Ramblers left
Tucson, Ariz., early today rain
was falling here for the first time
In months, but tho experts insist
ed the rain would go its way be
fore game time and the field
would be fast at the kickoff
Several inches of snow in the
mountains some 60 miles from the
football battlefield sent tempera
tares down and enthusiastic fore
casters thought the day would
bring an ideal football day. clear
For Year Probable
No less interested than tho op
posing players were some lUO.OOi)
customers., who were all set tc
establish a season's attendance
record in the stadium, which has
not been filled since the Olympic
Notre Dame reached here in
prime physical condition, in con
trast to the condition prevailing
part of the way on the westward
Journey, when its train presented
the appearance of a hospital unit.
The warm air of the desert and a
friendly Arizona sun seemed to
have combined to rout the flu
germs threatening Coach Hunk
Anderson's peace of mind.
Coach Howard Jones took his
Trojan players away from the
Boise and excitement of the city
to an unannounced seaside retreat
and there they will remain until
tomorrow afternoon. The Southern
California players are hale and
After a slow start betting gain
ed momentum. Notre Dame con
tinued a slight favorite at odds of
10 to 7 and 10 to 8. The bettors
favoring the visitors liked the di
vertified attack of the Ramblers,
uggesting Anderson's lads would
sooner or later get a pass receiv
er in the clear and haud him the
Aerial Defense of
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ef the great! inter-tacttoaal football gnmm of tbe teato. Tbero the ood chance ef outecoriac Howard Joaet' great eqtiad and avanfinc
Ramblers of Notro Dam will clash with Southern Califormia's Trojans, their last year downfall at South Bend when Southern California beaded
Pacific Conference chamniona and leadina contendere for the national Notre Dame their first defeat in three Tears.
INDEPEXDENCE, Dec. 9 The
complete schedule of basketball
games has been arranged for In
dependence high school.The sched
ule contains 13 games including
county games. The schedule is:
Dec. 13 Hubbard at Hubbard.
Dec. 16 Monroe at Indepen
dence. Dec. 20 Perrydale at Perry
dale. Dec. 2 3 Hubbard at Indepen
dence. Jan. 6 Monroe at Monroe.
Jan. 10 Bethel at Indepen-
Troian supporters pointed out dence.
niv tn tnpVirinwnsi hart been Jan. is Monmoutn ai aaon-
gcored against the home team in mouth
eight games, but Notre Dame root
ers countered with the statement
that both these came as the result
f passes. And this the Trojans
could not deny.
Southern California, too, was
Jan. 17 Bethel at Bethel.
Jan. 20 Dallas at Dallas.
Jan. 27 Open.
Feb. 3 Monmouth at Inde-
Unless we are badly fooled,
the two greatest football teams
in the country will be playing
down at Los Angeles today.
Probably a lot of fans have been
wondering, speculating, as to Just
what factors make them so great.
Howard Jones and Hunk Ander
son? How come Anderson, a re
lative youngster, to be coaching
one of these "greatest?"
Or Is Hank Jost being car
ried along by the ghost of
Knnte Rockne? Itockne s sys
tem, the Rockne tradition,
the Rockne-attracted material.
of course still are playing a
8AN FRANCISCO, Dec. 9
(AP) Outstanding favorite of
the tournament, giant Olin Du
tra of Santa Monica, bowed out
of the San Francisco national
open match play championship
today in the third round match
that saw Johnny McHugh of San
Diego upset the dope to score a
man filling his own assignment
rather than the other fellow's,
and tackling that was sure and
deadly, on, defense; of course we
would see some great forward
passing and some great pass de
fense, and some brilliant stra
tegy. But it wonld all be Just like
the football we see at home,
only more so. There are no su
per-men nor super-teams.
three and two Tictory over his
Medalist of the tourney and
holder of the P. G. A. title, Du
tra was unable to match the
brilliant game that carried Mc
Hugh Into tomorrow's quarter
McHugh, four times winner of
the California amateur crown
before he turned pro, lived up to
his reputation as a stellar match
play opponent. He turned in par
figures and was one up at the
ninth, with a par 35 for the
first half. Dutra used 37 strokes
for the first nine.
Leo Diegel of Agua Callente,
winner of the 1930 tournament,
advanced to the quarter final in
a two np win over Robert Swee
ny of London.
Two of the four golfing Es
plnosas, Romie, San Francisco
and Abe of Medinah, 111., put on
a duel with Romie, youngest of
the family, taking a 19 hole de
cision over his eldest brother.
Romie shot a birdie four to win
the extra hole.
Win 40 to 21; Promise
Shown by Florsheims
The undefeated Multnomah in
termediates overcame a halftime
lead to beat the Salem Flor
sheims 40 to 21 at the Willam
ette university gymnasium last
With Burrell leading the at
tack, Salem grabbed a 18 to 1)
lead by the end of the first half.
Coach Ray Brooks' team was
in mid-season form with 15 vic
tories already to its credit this
season. Florsheims led for almost
three quarters, but with a tired
forward for one guard could not
stop the Ubt period avalanche,
- Johnny Bone was high scorer
for the shoe men with seven
points and Burrell connected for
six. Miller of Multnomah was
high scorer with 13 points and
Yandle followed with 12.
Tandle performed in stellar
fashion as predicted, though- Bur
rell played equally as good ball
all the way. Florsheims handled
the ball well and showed promise
of being a winning club with the
addition of a guard and more
Applegate 3 . . . . Q. . .
Reimer 7 G. . .
F 3 Scales
F 7 Bone
,C... 6 Burrell
. . 1 Marr
Referee, Howard Maple; time
keeper, Jim Nutter.
Quint of Salem
TURNER. Dec. 9. The Tur
ner Athletic club's basketball
team took an early lead in a
game with the Salem Woolen
mills here Thursday to win 37
15. The game got off to a slow
start with Turner forging ahead
in the first minutes of play. Long
cf Turner was high man with
21 points. Turner user an entire
new string in the second half.
The first game in the southern
section of the Mid-Willamette
league will get under way at 8
o'clock here next Wednesday, De
cember 14 against Tangent.
Eugene, Tillamook, Astoria
And Oregon Frosh Will
Appear in Salem
Although the Salem high school
basketball team will not have to
fight Its way Into the state
tournament unless the state ath
letic association makes some dras
tic changes in the setup for this
year, Coacn Homs Huntington a
men will see a lot of first ranK
competition before they match
field goals with the champions of
other districts. Judging from the
schedule that was announced this
Opportunity to play the out
standing teams from other sec
tions of the state by vlrture of
having no home district games, is
an advantage to the Salem high
men which is partly offset by the
fact that these games do not count
in any standings and the local
players are therefore deprived of
the experience of playing under
Some of Salem's outstanding
opponents in the regular season
this year will be Eugene, Oregon
Frosh, Tillamook, Chemawa, As
toria and Medford.
The schedule, not quite com
Dec. 23 Alumni here.
Jan. 7 Silverton here.
Jan. 10 Albany there.
Jan. 13 Oregon City here.
Jan. 17 Eugene here.
Jan. 20 Oregon Frosh, at
Jan. 24 Cheiaawa here.
Jan. 27 Tillamook there.
Jan. 28 Astoria there.
Jan. 31 Oregon Frosh here.
Feb. 3 Oregon City there.
Feb. 10 Medford there.
Feb. 11 Medford there.
Feb. 14 Tillamook here.
Feb. 17 Albany here.
Feb. 21 Chemawa there.
Feb. 24 Astoria here.
Feb. 2 8 Eugene there.
March 3 Silverton there.
expected to pass from time to dence.
time and the overhead attack may
he launched when the Trojans
press into Notre Dame territory
lor the first time.
Notre Dame was expected to
Introduce a starting backfield of
Money? Professionalism in dls-l
Dallas at Indepen- false? Perhaps, we haven't the
least Dii oi corroDorauon, mai
T.hAtinn at Tniia- I yu.uuq or so siusn iuna aoes
exist at Boutnern cauiornia.
Another game is to be played Notre Dame also draws them in
A Late-Season Classic
Bj HARDIN BURNLEY'
with Perrydale, but the date has
not been settled.
Three lettermen are back this
Jaskwhich, Brancheau, Koken und year, Chet Lenhard, Jim McEl-
Banas. but the first quartet might aowney ana lom MCLAUgnnn,
Include Murphy, Sheeketsky, Lu-
katg and Melinkovich.
California was prepared to start
Its first string line and backfield.
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. (AP)
The National Collegiate Athletic
association, through its president.
Dr. Charles W.Kennedy of Prince
ton, today announced plans for a
new move to bring about inter
cholastic participation in the
rules-making bodies of the N. C.
A. A., including football.
Dr. Kennedy's call for the an
nual meeing of the association
each making the team which will
play the first game next Tuesday
night. The lineup will be: Ed
Dunckel and Jim McEldowney,
forwards; Magnus Syverson and
Tom McLaughlin, guards; Chet
Lenhard, center. Others that are
showing np well Paul Carey,
Ray Dunckel, Bud Newton, LeRoy
Hanson and Lyle Kranz.
Not Set For
A A Baseball
COLUMBUS. Ohio, Dec. 9
(AP) A week-long fight over
fixing a salary limit in minor
here December 29-30 disclosed le,ag"? bas?ba11 ende toA?7 w";h Jaskwhich 164 . Q
at the game, makes a big profit
from football. It might also be
buying" players. We never
have heard it hinted.
Bat that's beside the point.
Of coarse Southern California
and Notre Dame get the best
material, whether It's the re
putation of Howard Jones and
the halo of Knnte Rockne that
draw the athletes, or filthy
lucre. What makes this ma
terial the best and what makes
football teams oat of it?
What about weight that used
to be the big factor In football.
Just make a little bet with your
friends; which team is the hea
vier, Notre Dame or Oregon
State? Then show them this ta
Xotre Dame Oregon State
Koskyl85 E. 190 K. Davis
Krause 220. . . . T. . . . 225 Harn
Ha:risl88 G. 185 Stanfield
Gorman 190. .. .C. 200 Danforth
Greeney 0 . . . G .
Kurth 20'. T.
Host 175 E
that it Is hoped to have represen
tatives of the national federation
of state high school athletic asso
ciations Bit with the national foot
ball rules committee in an advis
ory capacity, similar to that now
occupied by football officials and
coaches. The federation previously
rejected this proposal.
adoption of an amendment to the
original recommendation allowing
Class AA leagues to fix their own
The action was the last before
the national association of profes
sional leagues adjourned to meet
at Galveston, Texas, next year.
Adoption of the amendment was
a partial victory for Pacific coast
league magnates, aligned against
the American association of inter
national league owners.
Original recommendations of
the national association's "com
mittee of five," setting a limit in
other classifications and fixing
penalties for violations were
Judge William C. Bramham, of
Durham, N. C, president of the
Piedmont league, was elected pres
ident of the association.
. . 202 Leaf
190 E. Davis
.. 153 Ward
. 186 Pangle
. . . . 185 Moel
.. 170 Jarvia
Henry Jones, who several weeks
fcgo successfully defended his
world welterweight championship
against Bobby Novak and bad no The salary limits adopted for
asy time doing it, will meet the the lower classification leagues against the Ramblers, but most
ygure-rour scissors expert again will see maximum monthly pay- of the added weight will be In
text Tuesday night but this time rolls, including the manager's sal- the backfield where it isn't sun-
will be in no danger of losing ary of $4,250 in Class A groups posed to count so much. Ore-
ihe diamond-studded pants holder. $2,000 in Class B; $1,800 in Class gon State's first string line, ith
Be it understood that the belt c, and $1,000 in Class D. A player Curly Miller in there, is exactly
not at Stake unlets the bout Umft n-aa aatahllshert In all am hMn a tVia IVnfnna' With
aas the previous recognition of leagues, 18 men in Double A; 16 Harn instead of Miller, it is four
ihe Midwest Wrestling aasocia- in A; 15 In B and C, and 14 In D. pounds to the man heavier. Too
v wnicn "P.onsors u. And wnen The coast magnates argued it can see it Isn't poundage th
lum aappens, me Miawest associ- would be poor business to set a makes them great.
rB VlB " p.re"J lieaDe cut oi umit at this time inasmuch as the
u aai receipts. nnhH wnnM tmmorilatolv riomnnA
Koken 168 H
Sheeketski 170. H
Melink'vich 180 F.
That Oregon State team
weighs 2091 pounds and that
Notre Dame team which may
start against the Trojans,
2034. Pifty-oeven pounds dif
ference, or nearly five pounds
to tl man. Did you catch us
doing a little sleight of hand
there? Of course Curly Miller
at 199 pounds ought to be in
there instead of Harn, but If
we correct that, Oregon State
Is still heavier, though we
put in the Beaver's smallest
quarterback. Franklin or BI
an cone would boost the mar
Of course the Trojans will
weigh 2123 when they line up j
The commission here didn't be-
neve another title match between
a reduction la admission prices
and it wonld cheapen the brand
IV-. . . ... I wuui
r k-" "a .. a 1 Tu Q" baseball. These officials ad
Im it LJ ?f P, l7: ,n6ither m,"e on the floor that their pay
?rLL Z 6 , ead f 80m5 roll Probably would be consider-
.n, . ly less than the $6,500 a month
.h i 1 a , v recommended for that class.
uou lung ! uu VUBUipiOnaUip l
So this one Is not for the belt,
ut it will bring together two men
who put up the best bout that has
been seen here in many months,
Just a matter ot straight, hard
and for th most part clean wres
Well, we're propounded the
problem; solve it any way yon
like. These great teams are
not particularly noted for
tricky football; they go in for
power, primarily, and as we
showed in analyzi j the Notre
Dame-Aimy game a couple of
weeks ago, they are strong oh
outwitting the opposition but
do It with Tnexpected plays.
seldom with Intricate plaj-s.
CAPTAIM OF THE NOTkE
?DAME ELEVEN WHICH WILL
f TCV To REPULSE THE
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e 19)2. King funifu Syatfana, lat. Cm Bma rryhn imma.
Perhaps If we were all down
there this afternoon watching
them play, we would see what
make them great. Bat oar
KT.AMATTT IFAT.tA DrA Tm e
umg. Alter seeing that one the (API Klamath valla httrh
tans haye been asking Matchmak- "school's basketball Quintet, In its guess Is that what we would no-
mr run u maicn ine same pair first game of the season, defeated Itice particularly would be beau
-"-"" r umi u wsbtibw nija mm, u h, uiw timing, with every man
aesaay ugnt. i here tonight. blocking, on offense; and ttreryl
LONG famous as the three
classic games of football are
the Army-Navy, Yale-Harvard
and California-Stanford eon
testa. When competitive Interest in
these games is lacking, tradition
holds them op.
This year the Tale-Harvard and
California-Stanford games lacked
quality as far as the competitive
angle is concerned, as all f our teams
had been beaten several times dur
ing the season ; bat is spite of this,
both of these games drew tremen
dous crowds to witness the tradi
However, to most football fans
the Southern Caliloraia-Notre
Dame game is the most attractive
dish on the whole gridiron menu.
It holds the record for greatest at
tendance and for consistently great
est competitive football.
This Saturday the Irish and the
Trojans clash in what is really the
climactic game of the year. Notre
Dame is anxious to gain revenge
for last year's Trojan defeat, and
Hank Anderson has "pointed" the
Irish for the Southern California
game this season.
On the other hand, Howard Jones
has never forgotten the humiliating
trouncing which his highly touted
1930 eleven received at the hands
of Knute Rockne's last gridiron
machine. The Southern California
team had been made a strong favor
ite in tne p re-game doping that
year, and before the contest Rockne
was around wearing a long face
and making remarks about hoping
to hold the score down. When
Notre Dame proceeded to annihilate
the Trojans, Southern California
fans eouldnt believe their eyes.
This season, Notre Dame has no
Rockne, however or no Carideo,
for that matter. But the Irish are
potentially almost as great a team
as that 1930 juggernaut, and a
great game is in prospect when
Hunk Anderson's men take the field
and attempt to repulse
the mighty hordes ef Troy!
DALLAS, Dec. 9. Silverton
high school, with most of the
same players who won the cham
pionship In its district, triumphed
over Dallas high 64 to 44 on the
basketball floor here tonight. The
game was close in the first quar
ter with Silverton leading 3 to 8
at its close, but there after the
visitors pulled into the lead rap
idly and were ahead 25 to 18 at
Scott, who scored 15 points in
the first half and piled up a total
of 28, and Pettyjohn were out
standing for Silverton and LeFors
Dallas won in the preliminary
game between the B squads of
the same schools, 26 to 22. This
was a rough game In which 14
personal fouls were committed
and one player on each side bounc
ed for too many violations.
Summary of A team game:
oilman 2 F 6 Kolln
Hunter 5 F 2 8 Scott
LeFors 20 C...18 Pettyjohn
Lewis 8 G 4 Orren
Robinson 2.. . .G 2 Marx
Frack 5 . . .S 4 Brady
Webb 2..... ..S 2 Hobiitt
On All-Star by
Although they played a number
ot strong teams in four states, the
Oregon Normal school football
players decided that one of Wil
lamette's men belonged on their
all-opponent team this year. He is
Johnny Oravec, Willamette half
back, whom however they chose
at quarterback because he played
safety against the Wolves.
Grannls, Welsser and Kaiser,
Bearcat linemen, rated honorable
mention in the all-opponents se
lections of Larry Wolfe's men.
NOTICE AXD SUMMONS
(Continued from Page 6)
County, Oregon. August 12. 1929
for 1924 taxes, amount due $7.74.
1th 12 Int. per annum from
TOM GOLEMIS. present owner.
Lot 5, Blk. "O." North Side Add.
to the City of Silverton. in Mar
lon County. Oregon, a more oar-
ticular description of which ap
pears in Vol. 2. at page 172. Reg
istration of Titles in the Office of
the County Recorder for Marion
County. Oregon; D.C. No. 40 is
sued to Marlon County. Oregon
August 12, 1929. for 1924 taxes.
amount due $11.48, with 12
int. per annum from said date.
EVERETT CRABTREE. pres
ent owner. Lots 5 and 6. Blk. 11.
Whitney's Add. to the Town of
Stayton, in Marion County. Ore
gon, a more particular descrip
tion ot which appears in Ded
Records for Marlon County, Ore
gon, in Vol. 154, at page 304
thereof; D.C. No. 40 issued to
Marion County, Oregon, August
IS, 1929. for one-half 1924 taxes,
amount due $5.93, with 12 int.
per annum from said date;
CIIAS. A. ROBERTSON, pres
ent owner, Lots 1, 2. 6 and 11.
Blk. 1. St. Louis New Piatt to
St. Louis. In Marion County. Ore
gon, a more particular descrip
tion of which appears In Deed
Records for Marion County, Ore
gon. In Vol. 1S5, at page 550
thereof; D.C. No. 40 issued to
Marion County, Oregon, August
12, 1929. tor 1924 taxes, amount
doe $6.17. with 12 int. per
annum from aald date;
CAPITAL TRUST CO., present
owner. Lot 9. Blk. 1, St. Loals
New Piatt to St. Louis, in Marion
County, Oregon; D. C. No. 49 Is
sued to Marion County. Oregon,
August 12, 1929, for 1924 taxes,
amount due $2.32, with 12 Int.
per annum from said date;
HELENA JAQUENOD. present
owner. Lot 3. Blk. 1. West Wa
conda, in Marlon County, Oregon,
a more particular description of
which appears in Deed Records
for Marion County, Oregon, in
Vol. 206, at page 63 thereof;
D.C. No. 40 issued to Marlon
County. Oregon, August 12, 1929,
for 1924 taxes, amount due $5.65.
with 12 Int. per annum from
EMMA WENG ENROTH, pres
ent owner. Lots 1 to 6, Bradley's
Add. to the City of Woodbura. in
Marion County. Oregon; D.C. No.
40 Issued to Marlon County, Ore
gon. August 12, 1929, for 1924
taxes, amount due $21.27, with
12 Int. per annum from slid
EMMA WENGENROTH, pres
ent owner. Lots 38 to 40, Brad
ley's Add to the City of Wood
burn, In Marion County, Oregon;
D.C. No. 40 issued to Marion
County. Oregon, Augnst 12, 1929,
for 1924 taxes, amount due
$34.03, with 12 int. per annum
from said date;
CITY OF WOODBDRN, pres
ent owner. Lots 5 and 6, Blk. 2.
Whitman's Add. to the City of
Woodburn. in Marion County,
Oreron; D.C. No. 41 issued to
Marion County, Oregon, August
12, 1929, for 1924 taxes, amount
due $21.27, with 12 int. per
annum from said date;
T W. SHARPE and EVA F.
SHARPE. present owners. Lots
1, 2 and 3. Blk. "G" and Lota 9
and 10. Blk. "G". in the Town
site of Fargo, In Marion County,
Oregon, a more particular de
scription of which appears in
Deed Records for Marlon Coun
ty. Oregon. In Vol. 183, at page
278 thereof; D.C. No. 41 Issued
to Marlon County, Oregon, Aug
ust 12, 1929, for 1924 taxes,
amount due $2.53. with 12 Int.
per annnm from said date;
CITY OF WOODBURN. pres
ent owner. Lots 5 to 8. Blk. 9,
Chappelle's Add. to the City of
Woodburn. in Marion County,
Oregon; D.C. No. 41 issued to
Marion County. Oregon, August
12. 1929. for 1924 taxes, amount
due ?S.51, with 12 int. per an
num from said date:
That the respective plats and
additions above mentioned re
Fpectively, refer to the plats and
additions on file and of record In
the office of the County Record
er for Marion County, Oregon..
That the several sums herein
above set forth bear interest at
the rate of twelve per cent per
annum from the date of the is
suance of said certificates, towit:
the 12th day of August. 1929.
And you, and each of you. as
such owners, claimants or hold
ers of an interest or estate In
and to the hereinabove describ
ed real property, . and each and
every person, firm and corpora
tion named in the foregoing list
as being the owner or owners, ac
cording to the tax rolls of Mar
lon County. Oregon, of tracts and
parcels of land, lots and blocks
above described and following
your respective names, and each
and every person, firm and cor
poration, owning or claiming to
own, or having or claiming to
have anv interest, Hen or claim
therein, and also all other per
sons or parties unknown, claim
ing any right, title, estate. Hen
or interest in the real estate
above described, and all persons
Interested therein, are hereby
further notified to be and ap
pear within sixty days after the
date of the first publication of
this notice, exclusive ot the day
of said first publication, and de
fend the action or pay the amount
due, as shown above, together
with accrued Interest from the
date of the issuance of said Cer
tificates of Delinquency at the
rate of twelve per cent per an
num and costs, and you are fur
ther notified to serve a copy of
your appearance or answer on the
undersigned attorney for plain
tiff at his office1 and post office
address below stated.
And you are notified that in
case of your failure so to do,
judgment and decree will be ren
dered herein, foreclosing the Hen
of said taxes, interest, penalty
and costs against each tract and
parcel of land, lot and block of
the real property above desert oed
for the sums and amounts due
upon and charged against the
same for said taxes as herein
above set forth, and penalties, in
terest and eocts, and ordering the
sale of each tract and parcel of
land, lot and block .of real , prop
erty forthe satisfaction of the
sums cnarged and found against
it. respectively, as provided by
law. and as prayed for in plain
tiffs Complaint and Application
for Judgment and Decree now on
file in this Court and cause, and
reference to which Is hereby
You are hereby notified that
plaintiff will apply to the Court
for such other relief as may be
just, proper, meet and equitable
In the premises.
This Summons Is published
pursuant to the provisions ef the
law and the statutes ot the State
of Oregon. In such cases made
and provided, and the date of
the first publication of this Sum
mons la the 19th day of Novem
ber, 1932. and the date of the
last publication thereof is the
17th day of December. 1932; and
it is published pursuant to an
Order of the Honorable L. Q.
Lewelling. Judge of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for
Marlon County, made and entered
iu the above entitled caase on
the 14th day of November. 1932.
All processes and papers in
this proceeding may be served
upon the ' undersigned attorney
for plaintiff, residing within the
State or Oregon, at the office and
post office address hereinafter
O. D. BOWER.
Sheriff of Marlon County, Oregon.
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
Residence and Post Office Ad
dress: Masonle Building, Salem
Oregon. N-ll-26 D-f-19-17