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March 8, 1934     The Catalina Islander
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March 8, 1934

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PAGE TWO THE CATALINA CATALINA SEA SCOUTS CRUISE AROUND ISLAND N,,twithstanding the forebo(lin~ wca,her of Saturday, February 24, the g(,,d shi1) "Catalina Sea Sc,;ut", with a crew of eight and the skipper, put v~ut t(~ sea (,n a proposed trip around Cataliua Island. In duc time the harb,:r ()f Cherry Vailev was made, and all hands went asil,~l~' to spend the night. Soon a roaring, fire was iHa(le and the aroma ()f stcaks, ch,q)s, beails, peas, llotat, es, elc.. pervaded the atlnosl)here ~ff the ct, ,l that l)Ut a criml) in his back and playin/ ability last year, and mcnto last season, at first base; Bill t(erman, still unsigned, at second; Bill Jurges at short, and ~'oodv English and Stan Hack at third. Just where Augie Galan, the prize young infichter bonght from the San Francisco Seals, will center his attentions l'C:llxins t() be seen. Hc can play second, third or sh(,rt, and may win(l ul) a regular at any of these positions. ']'he Cubs base their hopes for a pennant on this well-rounded (~tlt~, I)lus the livelicr ball tny A(hersc" and "\Vithin This t>resent'' are still in the running. l)ictnrcs the kiddies should see : "The Chief", "'l:.skimtnlRer (leRenerati