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"~-~MI~~~'isi~l~l~a~'On~ ik~ei l~iub''~i~!~i)" ~h?eW:ek~oatAvn~n,~~an~tf~ tCall[rnl~,.~.A~ia]ln~ Avalon: Year-round mecca for tourists and travelers, Boating, bathing, golf, tennis, baseball, riding, fishing, walking, marine gardens. Unexcelled accommodations. ?S 111 ~]L~ _ ( "" ,,,e t0P&NTA CATALINA ISLAND: IN ALL THE WORLD NO TRIP LIKE THIS! ] ~'IV CENTS AVALON, SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1924. VOL. Xl. me d~ ~hntlt, I ,,. ~iili!iddii~iill i~en~t~! !"~~'II1 angling pmzes thatbare nowln swordfish of season; won by R. E. of fish 185 pounds;Boatman Eaton, The George E. Daul Trophy--No Heuston, Avalon; weight of fish 185 The Catalina /slander Trophy, for award. pounds; Boatman Eaton the first 100-pound tuna of the 1923 The R. F. B. Shaver Rod, for the The Harry J. MMlen Trophy, for season--Won by A. W. Hooper, Bos-largest white sea bass of the season-- |t~.ck, the reorganized lightthelargest broadbill of the season ton, Mass., May 28th; Weight of fish Won by W, H. Hill, Pasadena; weight I|s- l~ fishing club "There had been of fish 30 pounds. laa0~ ~r~e m" ' Mrs. Keith Spalding Trophy, for the ~..,,k'~f~lsunderstanding about the dif- -~" lady angler taking the largest albacore on light tackle--No award. leat~ligh, nghng trophies and original |~1. ,t tackle prizes of 1906, 7, 8, 9, and 10, i'~;l~,l~rperty, which were not put up ' . .~ . ~t~~ POUnds or more on heavy tackle 14 be entitled to one of the new . tollS. It,. eatl~,,TM also decided that only fish or ~n.t on "Three-Six," "Light Tackle" ~,,_ th,e regulation heavv tuna and ,,urtlfis W~U'tl h tackle of the Tuna Club, ar~,,lid be recognized in the 1924 sea [,i::I.~gtournament of the Catalina rh"~UtTackle Club. l~rizee Tackle Committee reported the d .... S Which bad been won by anglers -'*rill the Sg the 1923 tournament, and that r'~ed -' u. Stewart 13rize would be .-car- sea uver for competion in the 1924 %~.a.ngling tournament. The tackle ,~,"artlttee also stated that it coukl -'qY iv f~r-,g e a partial list of the prizes tl,_ tt~e 1924 contest as a number of *t ~I'I1 t J tr^..-ad not yet been received. All ~!~,htl.es appearing in the illustrations for ~l~ls Page are again in competition the 1924 tournament. Catalina Islander Holder Memorial Mrs. Keith Spalding James W. Jump Trophy Trophy Trophy Trophy First 100 Pound Tuna Marlin Swordfish Alba,.~e Light Tackle Tuna 1923, Won by Wcm by No Award, Won by A. W. Hooper H. R. Heuston Mrs. L. P. Streeter H. W. Adams Trophy A.C. Brode Trophsr H.J. Mallen Trophy Largest Tuns Marlin Swordfish Broadbill Swordfish won by Won by Won by Harry Leonhsrdt H, R. Heuston A.R. Martin Won by A. R. Martin; weight of fish 463 pounds. The A. S. Brode Trophy, for the largest marlin swordfish of the sea- son--Won by H. E. Heuston; weight was 115 pounds; Boatman Tad Gray. The H. D. Diffin Trophy, for the largest yellowtail of the season--Won by John Quinton. Los Angeles; weight of fish 28~ lbs.; Boatman McKay. ~, 1923 Prize Awards %~011OWing are the awards in the 1923 urllament : ~,r,. alldt~eeJarnes--~a W. Jump Tuna Trophy ~r~ - t-'. V. Reyes Prize--Won by tull." ~': P. Streeter, Chicago; largest ~0::taken on light tackle; weight 22 kia-c'~s; date September 19; Boatman ,~,~ay,l.,h L~.rg-e H. W. Adams Tuna Trophy-- hi-fi st tuna on heavy tackle, won by Weigh, ~eonhardt, San Francisco; .... ot fish C~Uldin 139 pounds; Boatman ** g. 1'he C (t~aa~... ~'. Holder Memorial Trophy mat Trophy)_ Largest marlin Boatmen's Prize Major Lawrence Mott Rod, for the boatman gaffing the largest yellowtaU of the season--Won by Captain Hugh MacKay; weight of fish 28~ pounds. The. H. D. MacRae Company Rod, for the boatman gaffing the first 100- pound tuna of the season--Won by Captain Tad Gray; weight of fish 115 pounds. Dr. B. F. Alden Rod, for the boat- man gaffing the largest tuna of the season--Won by Captain S. J. Gould- ing; weight of fish 139 pounds. STATE PATROL SEARCHES FOR ILLEGAL FISH NETS The California Fish and Game Com- mission patrol boat "Albacore," Cap- tain H. B. Nidever, made several trips around Catalina Island last week, in search of net fishermen from the main- land, who have been reported illegally in fish and game district No. 20. No arrests were made, as the commercial fishermen, if there had been any there, had apparently been watching for the pbssible arrival of the patrol boat, and had gotten out of the district. Answering a call to Ventura before coming to Catalina. Captain Nidever had succeeded in capturing several op- erators who were using drag nets. A drag net is worth approximately $500, and Captain Nidever had four of the nets on board the patrol boat. When the state patrol boat entered Avalon harbor some Avalonites thot that it was a commercial fishing boat, because of the pile of nets on its deck. During the mackerel and barracuda fishing season, Captain Nidever stated, he often takes the patrol boat to the boundary lines of districts 20 and 20a without coming into Avalon harbor. C. E. Cronkhite and E. Snapper Ing- ham were in Avalon over the week- end, making arrangements for the an- nual American Legion pilgrimage to Catalina in June. It is expected that over two thousand Legionaires will make the trip. II