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CATALINA ISLANDER A FISH STORY J. Mallen, Mack Sennett and have planned to leave Los An- for Ensenada, Mexico, April 22, PUrpose of taking moving pic- at Cedros Island and Turtle bay, California. From Ensenada the Will go on board the cruiser Jr.," and the cruiser "Loafer." will take six weeks. At the Islands an effort will be to harpoon a monster whale and a couple of sea elephants. members of the party are ex- rod and reel anglers and an ei- Will be made to hook several of big game fish for photographic as well as for the sport. A !r of broadbill swordfish were re- in the vicinity of Turtle bay Week by a party of San Pedro fishermen. ANNUAL RETREAT 'tWeen 75 and 100 Congregational .Sters from all over Southern Calf- Will be in Avalo,n during the :after Easter, for their annual teat,, With them will be several leaders of the church. The a, ill arrive next Monday and de- of the same week. Each mg While they are here there will Public meeting at the Congrega- Church from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. meetings will be addressed by speakers and everyone in is invited to share in the privi- attending. {morning the ministers will hold erenee on their professional These meetings being held Top," overlooking the val- the sea. Afternoons will be recreation. Ladies Aid will meet Friday af- at 2:30. Clothes Do Not Make the Man but they do help him to ke good impressions. xv There is satisfaction in al- ys appearing well dressed. $ ts made at City Prices. hlARTIN Merchant Tailor AValon CaHforn The Catalina Cubs opened their 1924 season last Sunday with a win over the Gene Murphy team, the final score being 9 to 3. Jim Kenny pitched a brand of ball for the seven innings he worked that showed that he is going to be a hard man to beat. Jim's curve ball was working fine, and his fast ball sure was going by the opposing batters. Keho, who relieved Kenny in the seventh, showed the fans that he had some stuff on the ball himself. Also, in the eighth inning, his three-base hit with the bases full brought in three runs and cinched the game up tight. Hollis Leake caught his usual fine game and gathered two hits. Gould, Pfahler, O'Shea and Cnnningham hit well for the Cubs. Doran, at third base, played a nice fielding game. A good-sized crowd saw the game, and our boys sure showed them that Catalina has a ball team. With the backing from the company, several of the merchants and the fans at the game, the Cubs feel that their season will be a banner one. Following is the box score: Catalina Cubs AB R H O A E Hesse If ................ 4 0 0 (I 0 (I McDowell, cf ...... 3 1 1 1 1 0 Doran, 3b ............ 5 0 (i2 2 0 Leake, H., c ........ 5 2 2 11 2 0 Cunningham, rf... 3 l 1 l 0 0 O'Shea, ss ........... 4 2 2 2 2 2 Pfahler, 2b ......... 4 1 2 2 2 0 Gould, lb ............. 3 2 1 8 0 0 Kenny, p ............. 2 0 0 0 4 0 Keho, p ................. 1 1 1 0 1 0 Total ................ 34 10 I0 27 Gene Murphys 14 2 AB R H O A E Famsett, If ........... 4 2 2 3 0 0 Lopez, ss ............. 5 (I 3 2 2 0 *1 cDonald, 3b ..... 4 0 2 3 1 1 Sisney, lb ........... 4 0 0 9 0 1 Hetohko, p. rf... 4 1 1 0 0 0 Dunn, cf ............... 4 0 1 1 0 0 Brobst, c ............. 4 0 1 2 2 0 Melboilrne, 2b ..... 3 0 1 3 2 1 Havle, rf. p ......... 4 0 0 1 4 0 Total ................ 36 3 11 24 11 3 Score by Innings 123456789 Runs Cubs .......... 0 0 0 3 2 0 5 0 *--10 Hits, Cubs ...... 0 2 012 0 5 0 *--10 Runs, Murphy .... 0 01110 0 0 0-- 3 Hits, Murphy.. 0 0 3 2 3 21 0 0---11 Summary Innings pitched by Kenny, 6; by Keho, 3; by Havle, 7, Hetohko, 1; 3-base hits Gould, Keho; 2-base hits, Leake, O'Shea, Lopez; sacrifice hits, Cunningham, Kenny, Dunn; stolen bases Leake 1, McDowell 2, Havle 1, Fansett 1, Hetohko 1, Lopez 1; bases on balls, off Kenny 0, Keho 2, Havle 5, Hetohko 1; struck out by Kenny 4, Keho 4. Left on bases, Cubs 8, Mur- phys 9; hit by pitcher Cunningham and Hesse by Havle; Earned runs, Cubs 6, Murphys 3. Features--Keho hit a three bagger with three on; Catching of Leake; McDowell scored from 1st on an infield out. Time of game two hours. Umpires--Piekering and Feron. A. W. McDowell, scorekeeper. CATALINA CUBS STANDING Won Lost Pct. Catalina Cubs .................. 1 0 1.000 PAGE THREE MRS. ELMIRA GRAY AN OLD-TIME AVALON RESIDENT PASSES AWAY Mrs. Ehnira Gray, aged 82, beloved wife of the late Captain Nathaniel Gray, (lied at her home, 3071~ Lan- franco street, Los Angeles, Wednesday, April 9th. She had been in ill health for several months. The funeral was held from the chapel of Ivy H. Over- holtzer, Los Angeles, and the inter- ment was at Evergreen Cemetry, with General Lawton Circle, No. 29, Ladies of G. A. R., in charge of the services. Among the Avalonites who acted as pall bearers were Captain O. I. Daniel- son, Captain H. W. Allen, Mr. W. H. Gill and Mr. W. Sands. Born in Illinois, Mrs. Gray was mar- ried only a few months before her husband joined the forces in the civil war. After the war, the couple left Illinois for California, where Mr. Gray became interested in the boat-building business at Los Angeles and Wilming- ton. In 1890 he brought his wife and family to Avalon, where they resided for many years. Captain Nathaniel Gray died at Los Angeles in October, 1919. For many years Captain and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray were familiar charac- ters in the pioneer clays of the city. First they camped, like all other Is- landers, in tents on the beach. Cap- tain Gray was among the first resi- dents to "build a house," on the prop- erty he purchased from Mr. Shatto. The family home still stands on Whit- tley avenue, and during the past sum- mer Mrs. Gray, although feeble, was an Island visitorl Mrs. Gray leaves two brothers and two sisters, one son, Captain Tad Gray, one grand-daughter, Mrs. Violet Tufts. Many beautiful flowers were sent from Avalon and Los Angeles friends of the family. CARD OF THANKS For the many beautiful floral offer- ings and expressions of sympathy in the loss of our clear mother and grand- mother, we desire to thank our many kind friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tad Gray. Mrs. Violet Tufts. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams and son are guests at the Hotel St. Catherine for a few days. Both Mr. and Mrs. Williams are enthusiastic light tackle anglers and their son, Ben, Jr., is one of the youngest members of the Cata- lina Light Tackle Club. Mr. Williams is one of the few members of the Tuna Club holding three buttons in that or- ganization. COAST LEAGUE STANDING Won lost Pct. San Francisco .................... 6 1 .857 Los Angeles ...................... 5 2 .714 Vernon ............................... 5 2 .714 Salt Lake .............. : ............. 4 3 .571 Oakland ................ : ............. 3 4 .429 Sacramento ........................ 2 5 .286 Seattle ................................ 2 5 .286 Portland .............................. 1 6 .143 HUBBARB AUTO SALES GO, AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS MOTORS REBUILT And Returned in Three Days CLAUDE WALTON AVALON REPRESENTATIVE DO YOU KNOW how the nourishment in a loaf of our Bread compares to meat or eggs, or almost anything else nutritious ? It's chuck ful~ of muscle-building, blood-making nourishment. And so appetising and tasty your family will be sure to rel- ish OUR BREAD. Try it! A PAN OF OUR SNAILS WITH ALMONDS MAKE A GRAND BREAKFAST TRY OUR BRAN HEALTH BREAD Hoover Bakery-d Cash firocery SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. 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