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Y, FEB 19, 1930 " ,: , , r PAGE NINE R CENT L. VEECK and Trea.urer CHICAGO CUBS STATISTICS 1930 resident JOHN O. SEYS Second Vice-President R. C. LEWIS Traveling Secretary aYer's l~ame PLAYERS LIST--SPRING TRAINING,.TRIP Date of Birth Club 1929 Position Bats Throws Wgt. Hgt. A. Sept. 9, 1904 Mobile, Ala. P R R 175 6'2" Fred T. Sept. 17, 1899Cubs P L R 180 5'11" Aug. 23, 1902Cubs P R R 160 6" Gust May 17, 1897Cubs P R R 180 6' Jr. Sept. 28, 1905Cubs t' R R 187 6'lrf_,'' tward M. Oct I, 1907 Reading, Pa. P R R 190 6'3" Sept. 25, 1902Cubs P L R 190 6" x Port Jr. Sept. 7, 1907 Univ. of Mich. P R R 175 6'2" ~alcolm Apr. 18, 1905Louisville, Ky. P R I, 178 6' Feb. 24, 1907KansasCi,ty, Mo. P L R 170 5'10x/a'' Apr, 17, 1903Cubs P R R 180 6' I-Ienr~ Mar. 17, 1899Cubs l" R R 180 5'10~'.;" May 24, 1902St. Paul, Minn. t' R R 178 6' John Feb. 27, 1905Indianapolis, Ind. I' R I, 180 6'2" [,. Aug. 17, 1904Los Angeles, Calif.P R R 180 5'11.~4'' Mar. 28, 1909Alexandria, l,a. l' R R I80 6'1~'" Earl Feb. has. Leo Dee. ement Sept. 5uly ROwland Jan, Dec. Vick July 3,far. John Aug. Apr. Aug. May Nov, Aug. 3n Earl J'an. R.iggs Jan. Dec. RObert Apr. iRTHy, Manager Scout 24, 1907Reading, l'a. C I, R 170 6' 20, 1900Cubs C R R. 190 6'1" 8, 1899 Cubs C I. R 190 5'11~"' 27, 1898Cubs S R R 185 6' 6, 1902 Cubs lie R R 150 5'10" 14, 1901:Boston, 3`Iaa.s. IF R R 170 5'11" 13, 1903Cubs IF I, R 190 6'1" 2, 1907 Cubs IF R R 155 5'10" 28, 1899Cubs [F I, 1, 177 5' 11 ~'.," 27, 1896Cubs IF R R 175 5'11" 29, 1909Greenville, N. C. IF L L 178 6' 9, 1908 Reading,Pa. IF R R 1811 3'11" 6, 1901 Cubs IF R R 185 6" 30, 1899Cubs OF R R 180 5'10~4"' 24, 1898Cubs OF 1, 1, 155 5'10~/~" 5, 1900 Cubs OF R R 180 g'10" 27, 1901Reading,Pa. OF R R 185 5'8~4'' 26, 1000Cubs OF R R 185 5'6" JAMES T. BURKE, Coach PAT FLAHERTY, Scout Home Town Won Lost El Paso, Tex. 9 17 Charleston, W. Va.i4 13 Shannon, Miss. 18 7 Rockford, III. l 1 5 New York City 0. 1 llrooklyn, N.Y. 4 6 Milan, Ohio 22 10 Chicago, Ill 0 0 Nashville, Tenn. 9 18 Kansas City, Mo. 15 6 El Paso, Tex. l,os Angeles, Calif. I~ "'6 Chapin, S. C. 10 6 I.osAngeles, Calif. 10 14 1 osAngeles, Calif. 21 14 Mr. hla, Ark. 16 10 Averages Bat. Field t'hoenix, Ariz. .258 .974 Chicago, III. .272 1000 St. I,oui~, Mo. .261 .97,q Winter Park, Fla..266 .974 Gardena, Calif. .2ll , .978 Harrisburg, Pa. .208 .95.3. Texarkana, Tex. .310 1000 Granville, Ohio .276 .055 St. I,ouis, Mo. .298 .o92 Anglum. Mo. .380 .973 Nashville. Tenn..288 .073 Brooklyn, N. Y. .25S .050 VCashine-tml, D. C. 257 .978-- Flint, Mich .160 .074 Yc~rk, Pa. .312 .085 Akron, Ala. .362 .084 t ash. Pn. .367 .067 Mart;n~h',.,r. \V. V. .344 .070 RAY SCHALK Coach ANDREW LOTSHAW, Trainer ETBUAL BOOK WRITTEN ~r UNIVERSITY MAN fornia. to keel) up-to-tlate unless it is revised FOR STUDENTS -------_.__ Feb. 12.-~A book on psy- ~egmners which cannot and which contains pages on which lOt notes concerning los- tread, is the latest thing ed by Associate Profes-' of the department of at the University of Cali- Th,~ new book, ttesigned to be used " in conjunction with other standartl textbooks, cannot go 9ut of (late be- cause it is printed in looseteaf for(n, so that new pages or new chapters may be added or substituted when- ,wer later -scientific research reveals their need. Development Is Rapid Professor Jones says: "So ralUd is the present day development of psy- chology that it is difficult for :t text from time to lime, incorporating the results of current research." In the introtluction to his book Pro- fessor Jones writes : "The things that we learn t~day will of course not b,~ equally up-to-date a decade from now. Ill psychology an increasing amouut of scientific work is being car- ried on all over the world, and as it result the subject tnatter of our text- books is, happily, in a constant state of flux anti development. The most important outcom- of this course will not be the limited uumber of facts which you will be able to acquire, but rather your attitude toward facts. The habit of skepticism, the habit of crit- ical inquiry, the habit of going to the right sources for information, the hab- it of thinking your problems thrcugh --these practices are the basis of sci- entific method, and the best indica- tion of your accomplishment will be the extent to which you acquire and unconsciously cultivate them." :O" AVAILON CHURCH SERVICES Catholic--St. Catherine's Sunday Masses, 8 and 10 a. m. Sunday evening devotions,7:30 p. m. Week day mass. 7:?0 a. m. **** Christian Science Society A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, holds Sunday Servioe at 11:00 A. M., Sunday School at 9:30 A. M., Wed- nesday evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Snbject Feb. 23, 1930--"Mind." Community--Congregational Sunday services--Church School at 9:3'0 a. Worship and Sermon 10:30 a.m. and ~."00 p.m. Mid-week serffiee Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Everyone cordially invited to all: the services. ----:O :--- UNITED STATES POSTOFFICE AVALON, CALIFORNIA Mail arrives from the mainland daily except Sunday at 12 M. Outgoing mail closes daily, except Sunday, at 3:15 P. M. The Postofflce is open daily, except Sunday, from 8 A.M. to5 P.M. Hugh C. Craig, Acting Posttm~ster. ---~- :O :- AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARh Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library, in Atwater Arcade, i~ open every week day from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. 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