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MAR. 18, 1931 PAGE FIVE NOTES ]_,oaf staff ay where they at- Newspaper d at the Univer- C.alifornia in Los it was Friday the not worry them in are. not superstitious. advisor on the trip over are as fol- Bob Coleman, Johnson. Sugar Loaf and tdp. Loaf recently re- the University of inviting Miss and other represen- Lo;~f Staff to at- School Journal- d at the univer- by the Sigma d professional convention 9, 102 and 11 and to the offices of luncheons, par- Rally at the of the and annuals Staff attended Newspaper Day of Southern not accept this the invitation was TO ANIMALS Catalog, better cxrcles as the U. S. than Webster's a list of all the 1928. It gives publisher, price. by the H. keeps this list gets constant to verify titles, and prices. is very expensive. ith the size of the the library the is a very nice E CAT the lobby Woe ; t Stewing. trouble brewing, to know ?" ' the ~v:?tward, r.S. uptilted wilted, rescue dogged ear ; hollers, ayS, callers cat revere. ~.lq.s. Chasers You were walking and your wife ac- and fell in, what I would run to the why would you : "to draw her insur- :h: Have you ever song ? What is the Stole My Gal." ak , s: You are the sun- You alone are in you life is but a Say, is this a pro- bureau ?--The &.l'l.ll. gave you the whichever e to take it. PERFECT ATTENDANCE SCHEDULE The following students were perfect in attendance during the school month ending February 20, 1931: Senior Class--Gudmund Hall, Arthur Renton, Marree Boving, Florence Johnson, Isabell Scott. Junior C/ass--Frank Burgess, Harry Lillie. William Orr, Catherine Fuller- ton, Edna Henson, Mildred Sprinkle. Sophomore Class--Eric Wilcox, Jane Dowdle, Charlotte Rassau, Muriel Rogers. Ninth Grade--Harley Berning, Mar- tin Eldan, Clyde Gibson, Clyde Grant, Gerald House, Jesse Lindsay, Marian Johnson, Edith Knapp. Eighth Grade--Jack Allen, Robert Orr, Charley West, Virginia Allen, Agnes Conrad, Virginia Fehrop, Betty J. McGarry, Leona Sehatan, Dorothy Scott, Dorothy Winterbottom. Seventh Grade--Anastacio Cervan- tes, Andrew Hernandez, Rexford Smith, Elizabeth Edington, Frances Mackey, Lupie Miramontes, Mary Saucedo, Louise Stamford, Josephine Valencia, Nearessa Willis'. Of the 6A adjustment room Rzmon L. Machado was perfect in attend- ance. There were a number of cases in which only one or two tardinesse% or one or a part of a day's absence spoiled perfect attendance. SHOP NEWS Some very excellent work is now being done in the shop building. Bill Tregarthen is making a beautiful floor lamp on the lathe. Tony Gonzales is completing his end table; John Row- ley has mov'ed his boat "Lady Lois," to the north side of the shop building. This he did in order to have shade in which to paint it, Jack Welsch has almost completed his boat upon which he has been working for some time. Jack is going to name his boat in shorthand but as yet he has not found a suitable name for it. Both John Rowley and Jack are intending to launch thei:boats soon. A.H.S, Helene Rassau, Bobby Dunkle, and William Orr accompanied by Miss Hill attended a meeting of district seven of the California Scholarship Federation last Friday at Phineas Banning High School in San Pedro. A.H.$. School was dismissed at 1:30 Mon- day afternoon of last week, so th~tt all the students could attend the baseball game held that day. The dismissal eliminated theseventh and eigfith period classes. A.H.B. Summer, Winter, Spring or Fall, Catalina's best of all. FINAL SCORES OF BASKETBALL The final results of the "A" Team's basketball season this year are as follows: Goals Fouls "A" Team Pos. FieldG. Foul Per. Gutierrez, Jesus R.F. 14 3 8 Barba, Ralph LF. 7 2 6 Burgess, Frank LF. 4. 5 Welsch, Jack L.G. 1 3 3 Welsch, Dick L.G. 1 2 Cummings, Myrle R.G. 3 Hall, Goodman R.F. 5 Marincovich, Nicky R.G. 5 3 9 Clarke, Fred C 23 9 8 Peterson, Jack R.F. 2 1 The Sophomores are: Jesus Gutierrez, Peterson. Totals P'nts. Cans. 31 7 16 7 8 7 5 6 2 7 5 3 ll 7 55 6 4 1 Ralph Barba and Jack The Juniors are: Frank Burgess, Dick Welsch and Nicky Mar- incovich. The Seniors are: Jack Welsch, Goodman Hall, Myrle Cum- mings and Fred Clarke, who was high point man. MUSIC NOTES The High School Girls' Glee Club saflg two selections, "SMut d' Amour" by Elgar, and "Estrellita," by M. Ponce for the Mary Williams Club program Thursday, March 12th. If there are any more pupils who .wish to join either the violin class or the trumpet class they are welcome to do so at any time. The violin class meets every Monday at 2:45 .p.m. The trumpet class meets the same time on Wednesd~tys. The Fifth Grade is doing fine work in its two.,-rt singing. The pupils are now able to interchange readily from one part to the other. A.H.S. A clipping was received by the Girls' Aeronautical Club at Avalon, from a Canadian paper in which their pictures have been published. The girls have also received the pictures which were taken at the United Air- port in Burbank on March 1st. Their fame is spreading and Avalon is be- coming known in far regions. A.H,S. GAME- FISH OF CATALINA Marlin Swordfish (Tetrapturus mitsu kurii). Broadbill Swordfish (Xiphias gladius). Yellowtail (Serioia dorsalis). Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) Dolphin (Coryphaenus hippurus). Giant Bass (Stereolepis gigas). .YellowfinTuna (Thunnus macrop- terus). Albacore (Thunnus alalonga). California Bonito (Sarda Chiliensis). White Sea Bass (Cynoscllon noblis). Ocean Bonito (G_vmnosarda Delamys). CLASS NEWS During a recent practice of the play to be put on by the Senior class (we hope soon) one of the members, of the cast was acting exceedingly nervous. The following dialogue occurred: Miss Coppock: Fred, please don't act so self-conscious just because Phylliss is here. Fred Clarke : Aw, I'm ~ot con- scious. And then we wonder what the play will be like. Members of Miss McClure's first period typing class have exchanged their typewriters for different ones. This was done in order that the stu- dents might become more familiar with different types of machines. 11 II ~ "e The Junior Business Training class is making charts to illustrate ways of saving money. The charts are indi- vidual, one showing the value of en- dowment insurance, two others show pensions, and the others are combina- tions of more than one method of saving. During clothing selection class last week, the girls studied and discussed their particular types and personali- ties. This was very interesting and the girls enjoyed it very much. S lit ~1 S The art classes are making book cover designs to be submitted for competition in a contest sponsored by the DuPont Fabricoid Company. A.H.$. The best people in Avalon all read the Catalina Islander. This means YOU. 21 MILLIONS ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS According to an estimate based on the latest available statistics collecled by the Federal Office of E~lucatiou, the enrollment in elementary schools 9w the year 1930 was approximately 21,370,000. The number of pupils en rolled in public high schools was 4,- 030,000. The total number of teachers was 848,500; the number of school- h