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A ISLANDER ", Wi,liY25. Doran eleven straight ~II suffered itheir the hands of th~i Et m a well spirited-~}itt game favore lae vith several uncalled lental errors administered ; imwever, we don't umpire for loss of the game being that ragged playing in and failure to hit in t~e pinch real Causes of Catadiaa's first Kenny was wild, he great uphill battle, and had g~ven him better support in and at bat, probably the score been different. .... started on a rampage in !rame. Jim hit Keltus, to ~tflmes; t~almer bunted, and if~'Johnny Hawkins tagged a-Pproached the bag; but the all hands were safe and ih hot water. Chamberlin Walk, filling the bases with no ny settled down by striking best hitter. AI Unmedi~tcqy threw to first to runner, then Hawkins ran the between third and home SOme fine engineering put the at third base for the second a SCore. Daniel came thru to left, scoring t'ahner, ey threw Chalnberlain out at for the third out. The Cubs in t'he fourth inning after and Dagley puneh~,d out with the bases occupied. [}mpiring Causes Riot the clark and gloomy day for robbers. Pickering called a but his colleague gave a of how not to call In the first place, Cran- by a pitched ball, and his :nse was to denv free trans- to first. He claimed the ball bat and not his hand. ~'as suffering from a badly 1st and had to be relieved fact, his hand was black tom the blow, but the blind by his guess decision. Once Pinch, the same robber call- ',r Safe at second base after the bag and tagged two feet off the sack; how- called that base runner safe SCored on the iflay. We re: beat themselves by fail- ill the pinch and with the of a blind tom. Kenny Wild But Game a fighting heart when an uphill tussle with the him. In the sixth canto Scored four runs with two Start the inning Daniel was 2Unningham's boot; Wernert was given a base on balls; Smith sac- rificed, which put runners on second and third with one ont. Jim worked hard' on the next batter, but he hit an inside ball t~O center fiehl, scoring two rtms; Keltns, scorin~ Burke, and on the next play Burke spiked the rubber when the tnnps called a rtmner safe at second base.-The locals in the same inning tried 'to turn the tide, but Keltus relieved Burke and saved the day for El Segundo. 1)oran opened the inning by drawing a pass; Cun- ningham advanced him witli an infield out ; Hawkins walked, and Dagley came through with a terrific liner to left, scoring Doran. Sisto then walked and the fans were on their toes when Thomas worked Burke for another base on balls. Hawkins scored the second run of the inning, and the bases were full, with Kenny up and one out. Keltus saved the visitors when he pitched masterly ball by striking out the next two batters in quick fashion. In the next frame the the Cubs had a chance"}S step off< in front when McDowe'il opened the lucky seventh by reaching first on an error; Dorap doubled to center, scor- ing Percy; then Cunningham sacrificed Doran to third, and then and there it' looked' as if'rh6 Cubs w.ere sure of tieing the score. Again hurler:Kettus settled down and fanned both Haw- kins and l)agtey in short order. The game from start to finish was exciting, thrilling and well played. It was anybody's game tmtil the last man was retired; both teams fighting every inch of the way. All in all, although the Cubs lost they showed the cash customers that they arc at their best when hard pressed, and when the in- domitable Glendale \Vhite Sox inhabit the Magic Isle on the 5th and 6th of Jtfly for a series they will bc given the surprise of their lives. CATALINA CUBS AB R H O A E Pha/ler, 2b ................... 4 0 1 5 5 1 Mcl)owell, cf ............. 4 1 0 l 0 0 l)oran, 3b ..................... 3 1 1 2 U 0 CunninghanL ss ......... 3 1, (I 3 3 2 llrown, lb .................. > ~": " 0%:0 8 0 1 l)agley, If ..................... 4 .. 2 1 0 Crandall, rf ................. 1 0 0 1 tl (J Thomas, c. : ................. 2 1 U 3 1 0 Keany, p ..................... 4 0 I) 0 2 0 Sisto, rf ......................... 1 0 1 1 ;0 0 Alexander, rf ............. 1 tl 0 1 U 0 Total ........................ 29 5 z..5 27 12 4 EL SEGUNDO AB R H O A E Kehu& p-rl" ................. 3 2 i 0 1 1 Palmer, ss, _ ................. 4 0 0 1 2 U Chamberlain, it ......... 4 1 3 0 1 0 l)odax, "3b ..................... 4 (/0 2 1 0, lb ..................... 4 0 1 9 t} 0 l)aniels, 2b ................. 5 1 2 2 2 0 Vf ernert, cf ................. 3 1 (I 1 0 I Smith, c ....................... 4 0 1 12 2 0 Burke, p ..................... 3 1 1 tl 3 0 Bell, rf ......................... I 1 I t) 0 t) Total ........................ 35 7' 10 27 12 2 SCORE BY INNINGS 123456789 Runs, Cubs .................. 0 tl 1 1 0 2 1 0 0-- 5 lilts, Cubs ............... 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0-=- 5 Runs, E1 Seghndo ...... 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 0-- 7 Hits, El Segundo ._ 1 0 3 1 1 2' O 2 O--10 SUMMARY /nnings Pitched by Kenny 9, by Burke 5, by Keltus 3; 3-base hit Chamberlain; 2-base hits, Doran, Dagley ;Bases on balls, off Kenny 5, off Burke 4,Kehus 2; Struck out by Kenny 2, by Burke 6, Keltus 5; Time of game 2 hours and 15minutes. Umpire Picketing. Scorekeeper, A. W. McDowell. BOOTS and BINGLES Fredie Phafler was the fielding star of the game, Accepting teu chances; going back of first base after diffictflt plays, and dashing to his right after hard chances. Johnny Hawkins, University of Sou- thern California's all around crack athelete, made his debut in a Catalina unifornt Sunday and looked good. He was a little nervous, owing to the fact that he tried too hard to make good; nevertheless, he is a hustling ball play- er and is a credit to any ball club. PAGE THREE John turned down several major league contracts because he desired to com- plete his course at college. Dagley brought 'the crowd to their feet when he crashed one of Burk's benders to center With runners on, on two occasions. Sam is improving steadily, and his services cannot be dispensed with when the gong sounds on Sunday mornings. Kenny had trouble locating the plate during tbe first five innings. After that he settled down and gave a bril- liant exhibition of coming back and pitching' great ball. Had the boys hit behind him the score might have been the reverse. Chamberlain, El Segundo's star hit- ter, lived up to his reputation by crashing out three blows. Keltus was the man of the hour for the visitors. He served an assortment of mean spittcrs to the batters, and was at his best while under fire. The following is the June fishing record from the launch Leona, Cap- tain A. E. Eaton: June 16--F. A. Cope, San Francisco, tuna 129 pounds. June 18---S. G. Scott, Long Beach, tuna 116 pounds. June 21--P. V. DeVoy, Los Angeles, tuna 100 pounds. Dr. Kibby, Tuston, Arizona, Tuna 101 l,ounds. The new searchlight boat Blanch W. lmih for the Santa Catalina Island Company, and now in charge of Cap. tain George (;emilere, was put into operation last week for the entertain- ment of the editors, and is now mak- ing special trips each evening showing the flying fish in action. The speedy craft is 64~ feet in length, 14 foot beam, aml is pow~red with two 200 horsepower Speedway engines. So powerful is the light used on the boat that its beam reflects far up into the sky. It is estimated that the light is .equal to 40,000,000 candle power. A photograph of the new boat will be published in the next issue of the Cat- alina /slander. /- St. Catherine Hotel rautg arlor OPEN TO PUBLIC June 27th Deep French Wave Marcelling and Facials Our Specialty PHONE FOR APPOINTMENTS GITCHE GUMEE CAMP FIRE Last I:riday the Camp Fire Girls again held their regular meeting at .Pebley Beach, in the form of a picnic supper. After a hearty meal and games had been enjoyed, a business meeting was called to order and fur- ther plans for the birthday sale were discussed. A ceremonial meeting was held and Misses Elizabeth MacLean, Myrtle and Mary Gibson took the rank of Fire Maker ; also Misses Rhode Wilke and Grace Tregarthen took the rank of Wood Gatherer. Misses Myrtle and Mary Gibson had a bracelet ceremony and the Wood Gatherers had a gown ceremony. Some of the things required in order to gain the rank of Fire Maker are: To re- cite twenty-five lines of any standard poetry; tell the life and works- of ~any- famous woman in American history; know and sing all words of the "Star- Spangled Banner ;" plan, buy, cook and serve two meals that have been cooked in the out-of-doors. Remember, Saturday, June 28th, the Camp Fire Girls are going to have a birthday sale. Cake, home-made candy and Gitche Gtmtee' Punch will be sold near the. band stand. Catalina will give you the rest of your life. Come to Catalina. Just the Same as if You Were Hom el YOU CAN GET CREAM, IGF. IIREAM AND 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. GEORGE MARKEY, Agent Headquarters for JAMS PACKAGE COOKIES JELLIES CHEESE PICKLES ROLLS, BUNS AND BREAD For Your Sandwiches ANYTHING FOR THAT PICNIC LUNCH SUMNER AVENUE y..d Cash firocery ATWATER HOTEL BLDG.