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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Saturday Morning. December 17. 1932
Orangemen Defeat Stubborn Bearcat Quintet 38 to 23
Northrop and Frantz Look
Good; Hibbard Stars
For Gill's Team
CORVALLIS, Ore., Dec. 16
(AP) The Oregon State college
basketball team defeated a stub
bornly fighting Willamette quin
tet, 38 to 23. In the opening
non-conference basketball game
here tonight.
The visitors scored first when
Rieke tossed in a free throw and
took the lead with Northrup's
basket. Lewis for the Staters
dropped in three in a row short
ly thereafter, however, and from
then on the Orangemen were
never headed. The score was 18
to 11 for Oregon State at the
The Staters showed a tight de
fense throughout, though North
rup'g speed and Frantz" long
shots bothered them. On offense
the Orangemen were still rough
except for flashes.
Hibbard, sophomore. who
came in at the half for the
Staters, passed Captain Lewis for
high point honors with 11 points.
Willamette rallied early in the
second half and cut down the
Beavers' lead to three points, but
were unable to hold the pace.
Willamette (23) FG FT I'F
Burdette F
Northrup F
Erickson F
Rieke C . .
Frantz G .
Hartley G
Kaiser G .
The One and Only
Totals 10
Oregon State
O'Connell F
James F
Hibbard F . .
Lewis C
Hill C
Lenchitsky G
E. Davis G .
McDonald G
Totals 1"
Referee, Ralph Coleman.
m,M last?
AMD . .iV- A
Rib, Hand and Belt Won't
Be Risked any More
Before Tuesday
Salem fans who attended the
game at Corvallis reported that
the Willamette team showel con
siderable promise, handling the
ball in speedy fashkn, but at the
same time revealed the need of
a great deal of practice and ini-tirovement.
Frantz and Hartley worked
well together as guards and
Frantz did-some notable basket
shooting, while Northrup flashed
around the floor and showed no
indication that he was unused to
such high class competition.
The Bearcats climbed to the
short end of a 22 to 19 sore at
one time. However Acting Coach
Dwight Adams used a number of
substitutes and seemed more in
tent on trying out his men to re
port back to Coach Keene, than
upon holding the Staters or per
haps winning the game.
Hibbard, Molalla boy well
known in Salem, shared with the
veteran Ed Lewis the spotlight
among the Oregon State players.
Lewis appeared to be faster,
more deceptive and more accur
ate than ever, and looked as
though he was starting out on a
big year.
HEN it comes to naming
the greatest baseball player
of all time, you can have
your Cobbs and your Hans Wag
ners, your Ed Delehantys and your
"King" Kellys, but give me that
old Bambino every time.
As Billy Evans once the best of
all umpires and now the baseball
brains of the Cleveland Indians
said last summer in a fanning bee,
"Babe Ruth is the greatest ball
player of them all. He created val
ues far beyond any other ball play
er that ever lived, and in some es
sentials stands alone. Kuth can
strike out and look better than the
average man can look in hitting a
home run. And when he hits a home
run, he is glorious."
Most baseball men and nearly all
baseball fans would agree with
Evans in his estimate of Ruth. The
Babe has earned his glory, and his
ability equals his unrivalled ge
nius for showmanship. He is the
greatest attraction that the game
ever produced. He revolutionized
the game of baseball and converted
it from a chess-like game of science
and skill into a slugging spectacle
chock full of thrills.
Men have brought color to base
ball before, but Ruth brought a
rainbow. Who could ever have
equalled the Great Man on that
memorable day in Chicago last Fall
when he called his shots to the Cubs
before hitting those two home runs?
And 1932 was his 19th year in ac
tive baseball competition !
People said that Ed Barrow was
crazy when he took Ruth out of the
pitcher's box and made him into an
outfielder back in Babe's old Red
Sox days. Ruth was a great pitch
er, and smart baseball men said
that Barrow was making a terrible
mistake in trying to shift the best
southpaw of his time from the
pitching mound to the outfield po
But Ed knew bis stuff. Rath was
the greatest left-hander of bis
pitching day all right, but he became
the greatest figure m baseball by
the switch.
The usual "contract duel" be
tween Colonel "Jake" Ruppert, ge
nial owner of the Yanks, and the
Babe will occupy plenty of space
on the sports pages in the next
couple of months. The Colonel is
always defeated before he starts in
these battles, however, since the
Yankees feel that they just couldn't
get along without Ruth, even if he
has to circle those bases in a wheel
chair after smacking the pill over
the barriers.
COBJTlfM. 1131. Xtzf Fntorw S7ndlaU. ba.
Apprised by now of the narrow
squeak by which Henry Jones re
tained his world welterweight belt
at McMlnnvllle Wednesday night
so that he might risk it again
here next Tuesday against Robin
Reed, Salem fans probably will be
relieved to hear that Jones will
risk neither the belt nor his health
between now and Tuesday.
The McMlnnvllle bout with Har
ry Kuehne was scneduiea Derore
the match with Reed had been
signed up and Jones had to go
through with it, but he cancelled
all further hostilities in order to
rest up for the match with Reed.
The broken rib which handi
capped Jones slightly here Tues
day night In his match with Bobby
Novak, thus will be given an op
portunity to heal up, and also the
injured hand. Salem fans, many
of them hoping Reed will win and
regain the Midwest Wrestling as
sociation's championship belt, nev
ertheless what Jones to be In con
dition so there will be no alibis
one way or the other.
Members of the local boxing
and wrestling commission have
disclosed that the reason they
gave in to Jones' demands for a
$500 guarantee, equal to those
which were hung up when Reed
risked the belt here twice last
summer, was that other cities
were bidding for the rematch and
some of them were reported will
ing to meet that figure.
Realizing that futti together
with something for Reed and for
the expenses of putting on the
match is somewhat in question,
not because of any lack of interest
or expected patronage, but be
cause of the armory's limited seat
ing capacity for such a bout. For
this reason. Matchmaker Harry
Plant has announced that the pass
list will be greatly curtailed.
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v. .-iKjztfyy
Wet Going is Assured When
Webfeet and Louisiana
State Meet Today
Densmore Shute. modest 28-vear
old professional golfer of Colum- j Coach "Prink'
bus. Ohio, who did marie tricks with
his clubs to overcome early leaders
and win first place and 52,520 in
prize money In the 110,000 Miaml
Biltmore open golf tournament at
Coral Gables, Fla. Shute made the
last 18 holes in 73, carding 292 for
the entire tournev of 72 boles.
BATON ROUGE. La.. Dec. 1
(AP) All the football speed, de
ception and determination Louis
iana State university's undefeated
southern conference team can
muster will be matched tomorrow
against the University of Oregon's
driving power and weight In a
cold, wet lntersectlonal game on a
soggy field.
Tonight found the Oregonians,
on a far-flung invasion of the
south, favored to win by virtue of
a weight advantage of about 10
pounds to the man. a factor calcu
lated to swing the scales decidedly
in their favor in the certain wet
iiotn teams wound up game
preparations today with Oregon
receiving final Instructions from
Callison in New
Orleans before taking a late day
train to complete the remaining
90 miles of their trip to Baton
Rouge, and Louisiana State wind
ing up practice with last orders
from Coach "Biff" Jones.
! The 2S Oregon squad members
were Cheerful over the prospect of
game wetness, while the Tigers
were apprehensive that field con
ditions might affect their contem
plated open game.
The game is scheduled to start
at 2 p. m.. central time.
(AP) Ray Steele of California
made snort work of Rudy Dusek
of Omaha by pinning him to the
mat with a body slam tonight in
It minutes and four seconds of
what was listed as a finish match.
SEALED BIDS will be received
at the offices of the West Coast
Textile association. 73 S Morgan
building. Portland, Or., at 1J
o clock, noon, Dec. 20, H32, upon
the followlnr stocks of larra
ready-to-wear, formerly belonging
to Isaac Kay, Kay's Coat A Dress
Shop, and inventoried as follows:
Vancouver stock, $2422.(0. fix
tures $1181, C. O. D.s $90.S. Ore
gon City stock $1517.10. fixtures
$616.75. C. O. D.s $58.05. Walla
Walla stock $3752.29, fixtures
$378.05. C. O. D.s $316.11. Eu
gene, stock $2646.61, fixtures
$482.50. C. O. D.s $221.93. Salem,
stock $1653.02. fixtures $678. C.
O. D.s $142.72. Stocks may be in
spected as follows: Vancouver
Friday, Dec. 16; Oregon City, gatl
urday, Dec. 17; Salem, Friday and
Saturday, Dec. 16 and 17; Eugene.
Sunday and Monday, Dec. 18 and
19; Walla Walla. Saturday and
Sunday. Dec. 17 and 18. Stocks
may also be inspected by appoint
ment. Inventories may be inspect
ed at above address and at stores.
Cash or certified check for 10 per
cent must accompany each offer.
Bias received are subject to ap
proval of bankruptcy court and
right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Offers will be received
on separate stores and as a whole.
S. A. McAllister, Receiver in
Bankruptcy lor Isaac Kay.
D 16-17-18
Presumably all of the eiperts
have picked their AH-American
football teams and now, as we
promised a few weeks ago, we'll
submit ours. It has taken a lot
of research to get the data nec
essary, as well as considerable
expense, so we are sure you will
pardon the delay.
Blank Dates
On Schedule
For Gervais
GERVAIS, Dec. 16 The Ger
vais teams have their schedule
partly filled for the season, but
some good dates still remain
The first game will be tonight
with Silverton at Gervais; Dec.
20 with Silverton at Silverton;
January 6, Hubbard at Gervais,
Mt. Angel at Gervais; Jan. 10
Gervais at Aumsville: Jan. 13
Northwest Conference Has
Meeting; Draws Hoop Sked,
Talks Split Into Sections
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, Gervais at Scotts Mills; Jan. 1'
ew York. Dec. 16. - (AP) - "f " J? Z
Jimmy McLarnin, pride of the
Irish clouters, knocked out little
Sammy Fuller, of Boston, ia
eight rounds of a 10-round bout
tonight, but added little to his
vals at Hubbard, second team at
Mt. Angel; Jan. 27, Parrlsh at
Gervais; Jan. 31, Aumsville at
Gervais; Feb. 3, Gervais at 8t.
Paul; Feb. 17, St. Paul at Ger-
fVhUng laurels before a dlssati- s; Feb. 24 Scotts Mills at
UCl i Aig. avtv . vi t wan, v auii
tv, MvMtt r 9 in n n a
".v. Kr'iV'.K";. Feb. 7. 10. 14, and
weight limit, while Baby Faced Marcn 2 are Pen
Jimmy came in a shade under the
welterweight poundage of 147
pounds. Sammy bit off altogeth
r more than he could chew. He
was on the floor four times in
McLarnin banged him to the
canvas with two crashing left
books to the chin for a count of
nine in the first round, the sec
ond punch catching the chunky
Boston youngster as be bounced
off the ropes. Again in the second,
four seconds before the bell
sounded Sammy hit the resin un
der a left hand blast to the chin
that caught him Just as he swung
his own left, and deposited him
as much from the recoil as the
force of the punch.
For the next five rounds, the
courageous New Englander took
a fierce Deating as McLarnin, a
head taller, with a wide edge In
reach, stalked him about the ring,
smashing his head with left hooks
and cornering him repeatedly on
the ropes to drill his head with
both hands.
21 and
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 16
(AP) Basketball schedules for
this season, football schedules for
next year and the dates for the
conference track and tennis meets
were decided upon here tonight at
the annual meeting of the North
west conference.
Coaches and faculty members
from Willamette, Pacific, Linfield,
Albany, College of Puget Sound,
Whitman and College of Idaho
were expected to decide upon a
proposal to split the conference
into eastern and western divisions
when they meet for their final
session tomorrow.
The conference track meet will
be held at Pacific university, For
est Grove, Ore., May 27 and the
Uennis meet, at Willamette uni
versity, Salem, ore., May zo ana
Seventeen sports, including
horseshoe pitching, are on the in-
tra-mural program at the Unlvef- 27. The conference baseball cham
sity of Florida. plonship will be played off at the
Alpha Psi Delta
Team Leading in
Donut Hoop Play
The Alpha PbI Delta fraternity
team topped the Willamette uni
versity Donut basketball league
with three Btralght victories after
the first two weeks of competl-l
iton, among teams representing
the fraternities, the law school.
ana the faculty.
The Alpha Psis defeated Kap
pa Gamma Rho, 11 to 9: the
faculty 18 to 13; and the Inter
national house IB to 8. Sirma
Tau defeated the Kappa Gamma
Rho team 15 to 6, and the facul
ty won from the law school 23
10 14.
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home of the winner of the Eastern
division, either Whitman at Walla
Walla, Wash., or College of Idaho,
This season's tentative basket
ball schedule, minus College of
Idaho which does not compete in
the sport, and Pacific, whose
coach was not present when It was
drawn up. Includes:
Willamette Dec. $8, Southern
Oregon Normal at Salem; Jan. 20
Columbia at Portland; Jan. 21
Columbia at Salem; Jan. 24
Linfield at McMinnville; Feb. S
Albany at Albany; Feb. 7 Al
bany at Salem; Feb. 10-11, Whit
man at Salem; Feb. 14, Linfield
at Salem; Feb. 17-18, College of
Puget Sound at Taeoma.
The tentative football schedule
for next fall includes:
Willamette Sept. 23 Oregon
State at Corvallis; Sept. 80
Open; Oct. 7 Open; Oct. 18
College of Puget Sound at Ta
eoma; Oct. 10 College of Idaho
t Salem; Oct. 28 Linfield at Sa
lem; Not. 4 Pacific at Salem;
Not. 11 Open; Not. 17 Albany
at Salem; Not. 25 Open; Not.
30 Whitman at Walla Walla.
Solons Make
Biggest Gain
From Trades That.
NEW YORK, Dec. 16. (AP)
The New York Giants, who have
completed fear baseball deals In
volving a do: en players since the
close of the 1332 season, still "are
in the trading market for any
reasonable proposition," Manager
Bill Terry said today
The only deal pending, how
ever is one that seems certain to
send Catcher Frank Hogan back
to the Boston Braves. It is under
stood that the Giants have accept
ed a price offered for Hogan but
they also are anxious to pry a
first-class pitcher loose In the
deal. For the time being, Terry
Indicated, any prospect of a deal
with Brooklyn or Philadelphia Is
Although the National league
set the trading pace for the rec
ord-breaking turnover in baseball
players, the biggest packages on
the Christmas tree seem to have
been picked oft by the "old fox,"
Clark Griffith, on behalf of his
Washington Senators.
Griffith's success as the real
David Harum of the winter meet
lngs assures his youthful mana
ger, Jo Cronln, a 1933 combina
tion which figures to be the chief
challenger of the world champion
New York Yankees. Baseball men
agree that Washington has been
Stit Vctculf 2. from motorcycle polo ram playel
recently at Los Angeles between teams of former police officers in the
rweet cause of charity. With powerful motors roaring up and down the
fleid, somitimes at sixty and seventy miles an hour, tha ball vras kept
a rapid motion and the spectator got the worth of their money in thrills.
SH' 7et fr3tun. tte hown here being an example. The
lontendinf teams of lour men each were the "All Americans" tad
Southern California.'
C HEM AW A, Dee. 16 The Chs-
mawa Indian school basketball
team defeated the Lincoln high,
roruana, quintet today on the In
dlan school floor SI to It for a
clean sweep of the two-game ser
ies with the Rallsplitters. The In
ulans held the upper hand
throughout the contest.
Saturday afternoon Chemawa
will entertain the Washington
high, Portland, quintet, the game
starting immediately after a eon-
test between the Indians' B team
and Parrish Junior high, the pre
liminary toeing scheduled for
Chemawa Lincoln
Vlvette 14. . ,-r. .F. .... D. Silver
Zundl2 F g Pitcher
Hatfield S C . . . Wellington
Dogeagle 2 Q Kolberg
i.saouiaerDiaae 3G. . . .2 Eastman
Amera 2 S g Breall
rratt 2 8
Referee, Howard Maple,
Although we have not. Inten
tionally, picked anyone suggested
by the OTHER experts, we sub
mit this as the fairest, most ideal
All-American, because every col
lege football player in the country
Iven equal consideration.
we may explain in passing.
is why many of the players we
have selected are from relatively
obscure colleges.
Now wo are not sure that any
one of the men we selected,
have ever played the position in
which we have placed him. But
that's of small consequence; a
football player is a football
player, wherever you find him.
We couldn't place them accord
ing to positions because that
would disrupt the fairness of
our selections.
Here's the list:
Left end. Bourke, Puget Sound
Left tackle. Cook, Niagara.
Left guard, Senn, Williams.
Center, Kelly, Holy Cross.
Right guard, Delaune, Tulane.
Right tackle, Davis, Austin.
Right end, Knapp, Chlco State.
Quarterback, Harrell, James
Left half, Moffett, Depauw.
Right half, Hudglns, Centre.
Fullback, Carlson, Kansas Wee
Utility, Matthews, B r i g h a m
BERKELEY. Cal., Dec. 16.
(AP) With no championship
standing to worry about, but key
ed up over an inter.ectional riv
alry that began four years a?o
in Pasadena. Georgia Tech's En
gineers and California's Bears will
meet here tomorriw In a struggle
that will pit the football strate'-ry
of the old south again the far
Four years ago the Bears took
one on the chin in the Tourna
ment of Roses game, best remem
bered by the 75-yard reverse run
by Roy RIegels. California center.
Last year at Atlanta, It was a dif
ferent story and the rambling
wreck of Georgia Tech fell to
pieces, 19 to 6, before a high gear
ed California eleven.
The Bears are overwhelming
favorites in the eyes of local fans.
Coach Bill Ingram says such odds
to 1 are "false and foolish'
and has warned all "to watch out
for those trirky southerner?."
GAINSVILLE. Fla., Dec. 16
(AP) Florida's sophomore
eleven, seeking to climax a disast
rous season with an intersectional
triumph over a reresentatlve of
the far west, fares California's
Uclans here tomorrow.
In point of distance this battle
brings together the most widely
separated teams enjoyiug inter
sectional gridiron relations this
year and alo marks the first time
a California squad has played on
Horlda soil.
STAYTON, Dec. 16 Stay-
ton got off to an auspicious
start in the campaign for their
There thev are. and we'll bet thlrd successive basketball cham-
you can't pick any flaws in that Plonship by handing Gates, the
team for being entirely fair. The first league opponent, a 50 to
only drawback we can see is that 11 trimming.
some of them mav not have Dlav- Gates seemed to have trouble
tremendously strengthened by the ed football this year. You see. we breaking through Stayton's de-
acquisition of Southpaws Walter i . D a wwreiy mr - uuuojb
Stewart and Earl Whltehill. method of selection, out of the to olve the offense of last year s
Righthander Jack Russell and l" football guide and some of cnp.lon8- t
Outfielders Goose Goslin and Fred them may have graduated last mith, Stayton center, was
uv.nvu uui in ignoimaxi ror
It's All-American, because ev
ery gridder whose picture was in
the guide had an equal chance;
and in our opinion, it means as
Schulte, in swaps with St. Louis,
Detroit and Cleveland
Outside Bob Grove and Lefty
Gomes, there are no better south
paws in the American league than
Stewart and Whltehill. The man
the Senators may miss most Is maeh as some other selections we
Fred Marberry, one of the great- btTe seen. For all we know, eTery
est relief nitchers ever develoned. one or inese ooys was a mira
Marberry has figured in an aver- tring substitute. But that, don't
a sr A I VfiTt IAA la whAf tTtttfe-iha It sin Tfl1TT
mm vi v lames yor ioua kti i .v -
after the second
the ball just
half started.
Ware, Stayton forward, took
scoring honors for the evening
by looping 16 points, while
Wrigleeworth, Gates guard, led
his team with 6.
L. Shelton 6. . . .F. . .
Ware 16 F. . .
Smith 2 C. . .
Berg G . . .
2 Hayward
2 Klutke
. . . 1 Ball
1 Goodwin
Coast Army to
Drop Football;
Money Lacking
rim tw w Pa.. Arm iixuii'r,.iui,iiLr., JJeo. i
m .v. .... ....v.n Monroa hleh school's basketball
wimarew irom me 19.4 1001011 - . , -- --- - , . 7-
picture here today and an an- debated the Independence Uozler OllltS
nouneement from Maior Oeneral hla qolntet 25 to 12 tonight. f XWitd
Malin Craig, commander of the " a. 10 1 a. nan ume;
Ninth Corps Area, said games al- inuepenaence ramea m me imra
reartr aehednltkt wonM ha can. PTiod and brought the Score Up
cled I to 11-12, still for Monroe, but was
General Craig's announcement n,a coreiees in the final period
said tha decision to droo armT lineups:
uorpcoueocv aionroe
5 Wrlglesw'th
Lesley 6 G
Thoma 8 F
I Norby 8 F
Ashby 5 Q
Stayton will play a charity
game at the Stayton jrvm Sat
urday night, all proceeds to be
spent for the benefit of needy
families in the vicinity.
Coaching Five
And Ashby In
football en tha west coast In 1931
was caused principally by flnan
cial difficulties.
Halaiko Batters
Frank Petrolle
ROCHESTER, N. T., Dec. 16.
(AP) Steven Halaiko, 119, Au
burn, battered Frankle Petrolle,
144, Schenectady, down to a six
round technical knockout defeat
here tonight. Referee Mahoney
stopped the proceedings.
Billy Jones, negro light. heaTy
welght from Philadelphia.-; shaded
the veteran Charley Belapger of
Winnipeg, in the principal 10
round bout of Mayor Anton J.
Cermak's boxing show, staged In
the Coliseum tonight to raise
funds for Christmas charities.
McEldowney. . . .F Albin
Dunckell F . . . Ayleworth
Leonard O ....... . Kyle
McLaughlin. .. .O Hammer
Syrerson O Rivers
Carey .8
Quiring S
Referee, Newton
BTA 1 TON, Dec. II After
coaching the Stayton basketball
team through two seasons, and
leading the way to two cham
pionships, Dr. A. M. Doxler, pop
ular young dentist, is relinquish
ing mat jod for business reasons.
Asnby, a former Salem high
DasxetDau star, who is now lo-
The Monro mrW f-.m rf.ff. " lu ovyion, nas agreed 10
d Monmftnth hlfh rfrl. K7 I 0Tr POiltlOtt. as COSCh
. . 77 -v. , 1 ma will alan Yi .t..l..
holdlne the lead all the ttst. T.ln- ' a--
. manager.
uf n ca ;
Monmouth: Sweltier and H.
Blodgett forwards, Morlan and
McEIdowney centers, B. Blodgett
and E. Bond guards. Ebbert, Erie-
sen and Hamer substitutes.
Monroe: Smith and M. Cart-
wright forwards, B. Cartwrlght
and Brittle n centers, Rosenbalm
and Stow guards.
Sophs Defeat
Frosh, 42 -14
DALLAS, Dee. 11 la the
first of the lnterclass basketball
games this year the soDhon res
showed their annftrlnrttv nr im
Capt. "Red Espey, center ef freshmen hT winninr it tn 1A
the North Carolina SUte college Webb, Petre and Pleasant led
football team, played all but one the scoring for the winners
quarter of the nine-game ached- while Jones was the only out-
sue uus rear, standing player for the rooks.
ASSOCIATION. a corporation.
Plaintiff vs. MARGARET MONT
his wife; WILLIAM EARL SHl
his wife; FRANK E. SHAFER
and MARY SHAFER, his wife,
and FRANK E. SHAFER, as Exel
cutor of the last Will and Testa
ment of FRANCIS E. SH4.FER
deceased. Defendants
FER. Defendants
-.... wr wicvjw.: iou are
hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled
court and cause on or before the
16th day of January, 1933, and
if you fail to so appear and an
swer on or before said date fnr
j want thereof the plaintiff will
I apply to the Court for the relief
I Prayed for in its complaint- to
wit :
For a Judgment against Frank
E. Shafer as Executor of the
last Will and Testament of Fran
cis E. Shafer, deceased. In the
FIVE and 72100 DOLLARS
ou55.72), together with inter
est thereon at the rate of ten
per cent (10) per annum from
February 23, 1932, until paid.
The further sum of THRFE
3d0.) attorneys fees; the fur-
(130.00) for searching records
and abstracting title. For its
costs and disbursements Incurred
herein for the foreclosure of the
mortgage given to secure said
sums upon the following describ
ed premises; to-wit:
Commencing on the easterly
line of Commercial Street in the
City of Salem, in Marion County.
refn. " feet and 2 Inches
north of the southwest corner of
lot number five in block 34 in
said city of Salem, at the center
of the common brick wall run
ning easterly and westerly be
tween the brick building situate
on the premises hereby conveyed
and the brick building
southerly of and adinfninr h,
to; thence running northerly on
mo ieny Doundary line of
said lot 18 feet anH a ir,v,.
thence running easterly parallel
with the northerly boundary
nne of the said premises deeded
oy tnocn May and wife to said
Samuel Adolph 165 feet to the
westerly line of the alley running
through said block; thence run
ning southerly on the said west
erly line of .said alley 18 feet and
incnes, more or less, to a point
opposite the said
point; thence runnins- wMtrW
165 feet to the place of be
ginning, all situate in the city
of Salem, Marion County, State
of Oregon, and directing that
said premises be sold by the
Sheriff of Marlon County, Ore
Ion, in accordance with law. and
that the proceeds derived there
from be applied to the satisfac
tion of said Judgment and the
costs of said sale, and decreeing
that said mortgage be a flrut
lien against said property and
that the right, title, interest,
lien or estate of you and each of
you by decreeing to be Junior
and subordinate to plaintiff's
mortgage, and you and each of
you be barred of all right, claim,
interest, lien or estate in or to
said property or any part thereof,
except the declaratory right for
redemption, and for such other,
further and different relief as
to the court may seem just and
You are further notified that
this summons is served upon
you by publication thereof In
The Oregon Statesman, a news
paper of general circulation
printed and published In Salem,
Marlon County, Oregon, pursuant
to an order of the Hon. L. G.
Leweiling, Judge of the above
entitled court, made and entered
on the 15th day of December,
Ton are further notified that
the date of the first publication
of this summons is December
17th, 1932, and the date ef the
last publication thereof will be
January 14th, 1933.
Address: SOI U. 8. NATL BANK