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INA ISLANDER '", - PAGE THREE ! Continue Their On- Overwhelming Jeffer- School, 7 to 0. By William J. Doran :ible Catalina Cubs lived reputation by tak- the Jefferson High, In- :hamps from Los Ange- played contest. Altho over the pond appeared they Showed the high of the Magic Isle pep and natural base- six innings it looked of the conflict would in the lucky seventh the out and sent four run- the plate. Until the: dis- seventh frame it was any- both clubs hustliv: or league style, pull;ng ;-up plays with remark- ', what couldn't ae with a major league throwing them, a la Ke~ay Allows One Hit innings Kenny pitched a all the spectators were for him to hurl a perfect n the eighth canto Buck- Single to right field, spoiling to break into the hall of Jim says, "We are out to collectively, harmoni- individually." Shut-out re perfectly all right but the We won is what counts. Chuck Cunningham never played a better brand of ball than his offering at present. The little giant came through with a brace of timely drives which gave the Cubs a comfortable lead. A triple and double were his contri- butions Sunday morning, and how that lad can move around that short patch. Oh, boy ! The famous battery of Kenny and Thomas are going great. The little fellow behind the rubber handles Jim in wonderful shape, grabbing them out of the dirt, backing up all infield plays; generally speaking, he is one of the best receivers that ever graced the shores of Avalon. "How that boy can sock that apple," someone shouted as Big-hearted Ken- ny drove one of Greenfield slants to deep right. Jim crossed up the wise ones by dragging one down the third base line. On next Sunday morning the Cat- alina Cubs will have the hardest game they have hadthis season, when they play the E1 Segundo American Leg- ion team. So far this season neither team has been defeated, so, with a ~ood fast game and 2000 or more leg- ionaries on the scene, the excitement should run high. MAN MADE "YOUNG AT 84 TELLS HOW HE REGAINED VIGOR Another remarkable report of being made "young" without a gland opera- tion comes from J. L. Rowell, 84, of Kaw City, Okla. "It has simply been wonderful!" says Mr. Rowelt. "My eyesight is clearer and my nmsclesfeel supple. I walk with a firm, springy step and now can do a man's work. I am en- CA'rALI---NA-~A CUBS joying a remarkable re-invigoration AB R H O A E 3 1 0 1 2 0 and restoration of gIand and nerve ............ 5 2 1 0 0 0 activity, and feel as young and vigor- .................. 3 1 1 10 0 0 ss ......... 4 1 2 3 2 0 OUS as I did at 30. I have found a .................. 4 0 0 0 0 0 real 'fountain of youth.' " ]f ................... 4 0 1 1 0 0 e." ................ 3 1 1 1 0 0 " " " ,, Mr. Rowell says be reluvenated ~. " ................. 3 0 o 1o 2 0 .................... 4 1 1 o 3 1 himself in only ten days by taking the ~'t~'~'""o .............. 33 -7~ 26" 9 ~ recently discovered korex compound in ut, bunted third strike, tablet form. Many others--youngand JRI~I~ERSON old--make similar reports of their ex- ~tr~. HIGH SCHOOL ~ra~2 el. AB R H O A E perience with this compound in cases @~t~"rt, e. " ................. 3 0 0 3 0 0 of nerve weakness, lost vigor and per- I,r%~ %: .. "'"'"i ......... 4 0 0 8 0 0 ~la~k',-a~, s/; .................. 4 0 0 3 4 4 mature age. In fact, letters praising ~uo.~kii~a~, si~ .............. 2 0 0 0 1 1 korex are being received in such vol- i~lhr , rf ............ 3 0 0 0 0 0 ~k ,.lb'" ............... S 0 1 1 0 I ume that it has been made available ~rt~h. '" ................... 3 0 0 5 0 0 ~St ,,tttl "~ ................. 3 0 0 4 1 0 to all. It is distributed in this terri- wa~r", i...~ ............... 1 0 0 0 0 0 tory by the Avalon Drug Company. ,~ %.... ................... I 0 ( 0 0 0 ~ta, ................... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Any one feeling the need of increased attetl'I ......... -- ...... gland activity, vigor and nerve force ~r (;,r~" ........... 28 0 1 24 6 6 eenfield in the 9'th struck out. can now test this sensational new dis- ~s R[20RE B"~"I-INNINGS covery at small expense. Just ask for bblits(?Ubs 1 2 3 4 5 6 korex, full strength. --Adv. ~'lits e, fferso::";-;-. ....... 0 I 2 ! 0 0 3 0 0000000 0-o GAME rl-f CATALINA ~n ra! .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0~ 1 ~tl~t~~.~s "i" " ~UMM'A]Ry Yellowtail (Seriola dorsalis). ~ut~Mta~,t3.ffd'selae~d, by Kenny 9, by Green- Blt~efin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus). is% ~nar~; s"~t: Cunningham 2-base hit, Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus macrop- ,C. ~trt,~ ball~ aenfice hits, Doran Thomas ; 'tb~k oui~'~ff,,Kenny 2, off Greenfield terus). ~.~tft ,e Dla,, Y. ~enny 11, by Greenfield Albacore (Thunnus alalon~'a'~ ~)~1 on ~as~' L,Ugo to Falk to Koller; CaliforniaN~onito (Sarda Chiliensis). ~.~[airrttas, csk by Cubs 7, Jefferson 3; e%r,[% pi,q.Uus 4; Time of game 2 hrs. White Sea ]~ass (Cynoscion noblis). -'~Per"'xearm~ and Fisbel. Ocean Bonito (Gymnosarda pelamys). .... w. McDowell. i~O~ Dolphin (Coryphaenus hippurus). ~ and BINGLES Giant Bass (Stereolepis gigas). %~reddie p, _ ----._~ Marlin Swordfish (Tetrapturus mitsu- ,Nt'tYl ga~^ fabler is looking better kurii). I~t 'ust Usu.,,~' No .uly does he punch Broadbill Swordfi:sh (Xiphias gladius). ~-- uas ~. '~, nUmber of hard hit balls ~ . "a~es ut~ h -~ue~ advaw ead up on the bases and The morning 'sfeamer to the main- h i~", of every opportunity, land commenced its daily journey last ~r..'Vear:2"'~ m~tieate the prospects of %~.~lie i~ga Cub uniform next year. Monday. Now Avalon residents can t~ia2raportaat.ways on his 'toes and is visit Los Angeles, transact business Strea~"t cog in Catalina's win- and return the same day. l)a~.l_ . -- "Pard" Mathewson is adding another l~l~ah0ut~eY ts making the fans for- to his group of cottages on Whittley %r~of .._rat O'Shea. Sam covers t%~r, ataa~rund around the difficult avenue. 'y. " as hitting the ball consis- Subscribe now--S2 per year. AVALON JAMES W. JUMP HERE (Papers descriptive of Avalon, writ- ten by boys and girls of the Primary department of the Catalina Grammar Scbool). AVALON SEA FRONT By Pauline Wiman Sometimes I walk out on the pier and see Big Ben. In summer Big Ben comes up on a little deck. People feed him on fish. There are crowds of people out on the pier. Sometimes the people fool Big Ben. They throw sticks in. May 26, 1924. AVALON By Clyde Grant Wrigley Hill--On Wrigley Hill there are geraniums and poppies. Hoover's Store--At Hoover's store there are fruit and cakes. There are also bread, milk, beans and cheese. At one part of Hoover's store is the meat market. I think Hoover's is a very good store. The Sea Front--In Avalon Bay there are many boats to be seen. There are large passenger boats, sailboats, tugboats, fishing boats and small rowboats. There are tWO piers; a landing pier and the pleasure pier. The bathhouse, the Casino and the Tuna Club are three large buildings along the waterfront. The Hotels--There are three big ho- tels, the Hotel Atwater, Hotel St. Catherine and~he New Hotel Cata- lina. The Hotel St. Catherine is one of the very best hotels. My daddy plays in the band at this hotel. Avalon Schools--There are three schools in Avalon. There is the High School at the Casino, the kindergarten school at the Congregational ChUrch, and the Gramnmr school on Whittley avenue. The Gas Plant--At the gas plant there are big tanks of gas. I like to play up there, because the golf links are near, The Casino--My father works at the Casino. He playes the saxaphone. Once I went to the Casino to eat lunch. May 27, 1924. (Editor's Note--Other letters by the primary school children will appear later.) "Will someone tell us something about a little twenty-two pound tuna that was caught by some angler one day last week ? We have the angler's name and all that; but what we want to know is, what became of the fish? The Santa Catalina Island Company has put new awnings on all the stoi'e fronts in the Pavilion block. The en- tire block was repainted two weeks ago. Boy Scouts benefit at Crescent Av- enue Pavilion on Friday evening. James W. JttmlL vice-president of the Tuna Club, is back on the Island, having just returned from a very suc- cessful trip to Kansas City with his famous band of Shrine Chanters. Mr. Jump just had to go on to St. Louis, his old home town, and meet his friends there, who know him as one of the greatest business men of St. Louis, whilst we here know him to be the greatest angler with light tack- le in the deep sea fishing game ever known. We are now awaiting any surprise the famous angler may put over, and the heavy tackle men may have to look to their laurels this sea- son, seeing that the light tackle rec- Ords put up by Angler Jump still stand. (It is known there are some big fish here this year. We wonder if Jimmy knows about it.) ANOTHER LIGHT TACKLE CLUB PRIZE FOR 1924 Dr. B. F. Alden of San Francisco arrived in Avalon Monday, to spend several days tuna fishing. As is his usual custom, Dr. Alden said: "Don't forget to list another light tackle rod in the Light Tackle Club prizes for the 1924 season. I was very pleased to learn that Captain Goulding won the Alden t-od last year." Just the Same as if You Were Home! YOU CAN GET GRSGENT MILK CREAM, ICE CREAM ANB BUTTER At your door every morning. All the Better Stores Handle the CRESCENT PRODUCTS AT AVALON Ask for CRESCENT and insist on Getting the best. A. F. FITZGERALD, Agent START THE DAY RIGHT WITH ONE OF OUR WHOLESOME CEREALS WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT WATCH OUR WINDOW FOR THE DISPLAY OF OUR CEREALS SUMNER AVENUE y and firocery ATWATER HOTEL BLDG.