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PAGE TWO "ATHLETICALLY SPEAKING" t Continued frwnl Page t, Column 2) S,althcrn Calih,rnia will bring their chantlfionship team over for an exhi- bition fracas with the first "All City" loam from Avalon . Although the lo- cals will be strictly "undcr-dugs", we may bc assured that they will do their ut:ut:st tt) make the visitors welconle in the form of plenty of competition. On this same program, that game which wc ha~c all looked forward to-- will als, J be present(d--the play-off bctween th,: Wihnington Traensporta- d~m Five and the Country Club Quin- lt't, for the mythical title of Avalon City Champions. With a progra:n like this, the Ath- letic Association of Avahm holms t,, bce,,n~e host to every sport enthusiast ill tile City. The Avalon City l/an,l will help to make the afternoon :t ntemorable event by presenting musical numbers between the regt periods of tile gant es. -- : O: -~-- AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM W~k Days--Loges 40c ; General Admission 25c; Children under 12 years, 15c. Week End~---Loges 55c ; General Ad:nision 40c; Children under 12, 25e. Evening 7:30 and 9:20 Starting Friday, Dec. 30, and every Friday thereafter there will be a guest card issued with every adult admis- sion. This card will be good for one frec admission the following Monday, if accompanied with an adult ticket. , , lit Wednesday, Mar. 8--Pat O'Brien, Gloria Stuart, Tom Brown and Merna Kennedy in "Laughter In Hell", lay- ing bare the true story of the chain gang; a comedy, "The Hitch Hiker", and a Merry Melody cartoon, "One Step Ahead of My Shadow." Thursday, Mar. 9--Kate Smith, Ran- dtdph Scott, and Sally Blanc i,t "Hel- l,, Everybody"! a dra:na aflante with the song and story of Atnerica, its laughter and tears, romance and hcal:tac[les, froln the story by Fannie Hurst; Fatty Arbuckle in a comedy, "'Bnzzing Around," and all Oswahl cartoon, "Carnival Capers". Friday, Mar. 10---James Dunne, Boots Mallory, and El Brendel in "'ttandle W'ith Care"; "The Enemy's Stronghold", episode ten of the Last td the Mohicans serial, attd a Univer- sal newsreel. Saturday, Mar. ll--Jean Hersholt, Wynne Gibson, Stuart Erwin and Francis Dee in "The Crime of the Century." Before he murdered, he confessed the crime. Andy Clyde m a comedy, "Boy O Boy," and" a trave- laugh, "Wonders of the World." Sunday, Mar. 12---On the screen at htst, Liberty's all-star ten-author sto- ry, "The Woman Accused", with Nan- cy Carroll, Cary Grant, John ttaliiday and Irving Pichel; a comedy, "Speak- ing About Operations", and a Fox news. Monday, Mar. 13--George Brent, Zita Johann, Vivienne Osborn, Alice White and C. Aubrey Snfith in "Lux- ury Liner." They lived a lifetime in six exciting days aboard luxury tin- tr; a Mack Sennett comedy, "Cahentc Love," and a Magic Carpet travek~gue, "Zanzibar." Tuesday, Mar. 14---Nancy Carroll and John P, oles in "Child of Manhat- tan"; James Gleason in a contedv, "Alias the Professor," and a Pathe News. Wednesday, Mar. 15 -- E d mu n :t l.owe, Victor McLaglen, Lupe Velez, and El Brendel in "Hot Pepper." Flagg and Quirt are back again and ec~ckier than ever; Eddie Lambert in a comedy, "College Gigolo," and a Hodge Podge novelty, "Traffic." "GOSSIPING EYES" (Continued from page 1, column 3) ('illespie didn't ntake any passes in llraying colonel style last time. How- ever, hc seems to drag a COul)le out ()i his pocket neatly whenever his W T teanl llet.ds 'CUl. I hate to ad:nit it but Frankie Bur- gess is a wonderful guard. Through driving an Avalon Taxi, Frankie al- ways "fares" well, anyway. Johnnie Botello, without me assist- ing him, played a good game. John- nie yelled to me the other night to "throw the ball, irish"--I did and Johnnie got it on the lip, and in spite of that he had TOO ML'CH LIP the rest of the evening. In other words, he felt sort of "swell". Sure you get it ? Even nay Swed/~ wife did. Frankie Feltrop, who has put in the standing of the scoring aces of the Association League, in a previous is- sue, modestly neglected to mention that he led them all very comfortably Say what you may, boys, but Frank~c is SOME BASKETBAI, L PLAYER, and "you inust give the devil his (In(" said the Income Tax Collector. Bob I)avidson is a stalwart guard, and a dandy, indeedy. Bob, and that sure-shot Clarke, Shonafeh, the new daddy who is play for al Mater :m,f the new baby, Fred Berning, who sort of eases into 'cut and smiles as he strolls away, and the Irish substitutes, Nick and Miike Marincovich and Har- ry Moricich--also round out a GREAT TEAM. The Legion nfissed the Great Spud Ryan last week, who was throwing coughs into a waste basket in the hos- pital, and how they "flu". Ellison, Lynam and Fre:nont, how- ever, with old ironsides McKenzie, Myers, Buzz Schlah, Brentford and the Great Larry Paper put up a great battle against the W T gang. Inci- dentally, since McKenzie, Buzz and Myers have been playing with the Le-. gion they are trying to tell us about their experiences during the War, when they were about 6 yrs. old. Yes, tuy laddies.., proIceed! Next week I'll cover the good S. C. I. team, Association and the Mer- chants for you, (tear Islander fans. I must sign off as the Mrs. is calling and CALLING! Yeeees, my looooove here I am. Phew! --- :o:-- CATALINA LIGHT TACKLE CLUB 1933 Twenty-seventh Open Angling Tour- nament for the General Public LIGHT TACKLE BUTTONS Bronze silver Gold Tuna ................... 20 los. 30 los. 40 lbs. Yellowtai'l .......... 20 los. 30 los. 40 lb,s. White Sea Bass ._20 los. 30 los. 40 lbs. Albacore .............. 20 los. 30 los. 40 lbs. Dolphin ................ 20 los. 30 10s. 40 lbs. Black Sea Bass ..100 los. 150 los.200 lbs. HEAVY TACKLE BUTTONS Tuna .................... 50 10s. 75 los. 100 lbs. Swordfish ......... 100 los. 150 los. 200 lbs. The Special Gold Button awarded for Marlin SwordfishI100 los. or over, taken on Light Tackle, $5.00. All buttons awarded under Club rules and tackle specifications. Weigher's Certificate issued at Fish Mar- ket on Pleasure Pier. There are no dues. Membership Certificate and Button can be obtained on presentation of Wei~her's Cer- tificate and payment of $5.00 inttiation fee at office of Club. Frank Roadhouse, Agent. Ernest Windle, Secretary. No connection with Catalina Tuna Club. -'-~----- ' O : W. C. T. U. The Avalon W. C. T. U. meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month in Community Church, unless otherwise planned. Friend--"You ought to brace nil old man, and show your wife who i~ run- tfing things at your house." Mr. Meek, (sadly)--"lt isn't neces- sary. She knows."--Exchange. For Health and Happiness all the while-- Take a trip to Catalina Isle. --Ilene D. Semper. Catalina Island will give you the "rest of your life"--in whichever sense you choose to take it. THE CATALINA CHICAGO CUBS ARE DOING WELL LEAVE TOMORROW (Continued from page l, column 1) "Babe is pruning the eucalyptus." He means the angular fellow from Glendale is p{Jling long liners o\er tile right fiehl fence and into the trees bc- vond. In batting practiceBabe hits ihem there regularly. He has just about prt,vided the punchthe Cubq needed. Hc loves baseball and is tree of the hardest workers in the squad. After a long practice session it.is Ilia cust~lm to go golfing or shooting goats. He is a great driver, like most hard hitters, and he is very accurate with a rille. The Cubs went through their lab- t,rs here with remarkably few acci- dents . Y, few developed blisters on the hand from excessive batting and Buck Newsoln had a sore toe, fetched the soft corn with h ager Grimm was inca of clays with lumbago, bt not acquired on the ball All this lightened the labOrS Lotshaw, the eminent fctched ahmg s,;me magic which to anoint the athletes was bittci-ly disapllointed little use f,,r same. Delmrtur to the nlainland Thnrsday aftcrno~m. -- :01 Relax: "1 hear that his wife's life miserable." Reflux: "Beat her, does Relax : "No, just with her !"IExchange. Advertise for what you Catalina Islander. Our Adlet Column helps. NOTHING DOES SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE AS YOUR lt en you're away from home Say to the littlefellow by telephoner. SOME DAY he will think about the miracle of hearing Daddy's voice from miles away. But now it's enough to just hear that voice. From any of eighteen million telephones in this country you can talk homeward-" swiftly, clearly, at low cost. Southern Califorlfia Telephone Company Business Office: 135 Whittler Telephone Aval0~ i New Merchmtdise FRIENDLY SERVICE Reasonable ATWATER ARCADE pHO! l Irs. C. B. PARKER Taxiderttl| Telephone, Avalon 178 AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish Effective March 1st our labor Sheet Metal work will be charges on Plumbi We are pleased to pass this reduction on to our and assure them they will receive the same high workmanship in the future as they have in the past. Office Phone Night 124 9"2 117 Whittley Ave. Established 1921