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LINA ISLANDER PAGE THREE SUNDAY'S GAME OI1 this especial adventure, which13, wish to challenge all boys of 14 CATALINA CUBS was wafted and discouraging, I wasyears and under for the honor of be- . AB R H 0 A E I'fahler, ss.................4 1 1 7 2 0 handed very roughly by two young ins Junor doubles, champions of Cat- 1)GraD, 3b................... 5 ~ 2 1 4 4 and inexperienced anglers. This trip,alina lsland. Apply 130 \Vhittlcy av- Cunningham, 2b ........ 4 l 1 3 3 Ilawkins. lb .............. 2 El tl 8 n fi thanks to "Fisherman's luck," except enue, Avalon, Catalina Island. Samis rf .................... 5 1 1 2 tl I.t I)agle'v. If ..................... 4 ~ /I .3 1 I rOY one shark bite, was nnsuceessful ~, MclI(/well, cf ............ 3 ! (I 1 0 t) ' . , ' Renew your subscmptlon to The D,lt enjove(,. .~e;.r,~.~" Thomas, c .................... 4 . 1 1 -'U " ., ~ .) ,, . ,.. Catalina Islander, $2 per year. "',,'~2~ ~ ~ist , I ............... 4 1 2 ~t 2 (} lxUI'tlSI. ~pal(1,11g, jl'. ~. Stately cf.-. ................... t 0 (I 1 t) 0 k (~ ~lt ' _ ..... Bob Moore. Catalina will give you the rest of ~l RI Total ........................ 36 5 8 27 14 6 A Challenge . ............ . your life. Come to Catahna. GLENDALE WHITE SOX l~.ulus >l}ammg and HoG Moore ot iP/t~ White Sox~Annex Two More AB R H O A E Los :\ngcles and Pasadena, respectful- Subscribe now-aS2 per 3 ear. Voung If ..................... 4 1 1 0 0 O l)m'man, cf ............... 5 2 3 2 (I 0 ~'~ /'- '~ Shields, 3b .................... 5,,1l RENES RESTAURANT] IO N: O;LA/ ITheir Long String of Vic- Sawx er, 2b ................. 4 0 i,4 5 1 I m ih YDefeating the Catalina Cuhs Shel]enback, lb ........... 4 '~ 1 13 0 t) tUtd 6 to 5. 1..renzen, ss .............. 3 I 1 1 4 1 ()rsatt, rf ................... 5 tl 2 fl (I t s.niv ..................... 3 6 0 [ WE SERVE THE BEST [ [ a Brilliantine that REMOVES [ By Will~ Doran Richer, I ........................ 3 1 1 u 4 I) DANDRUFF Promotes the AT LOW PRICES | I , . l ng twenty-three consecutive :l'otal ........................ 36 6 10 27 1~ 6 [ ] Growth of Ham and l aes against the fastest hall SCORE B~-~-NNINGS FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY[ [ It stays Combed as you like it. l ~1 8uthern California is qt,ite 123456789 Lunches Put Up for Boating / I flHllfl/ll MflTfllt P.Iti:AM/ t; The Glendale ~vVhite Sox rave R ...... Cut .................... 0 t, t, 200 o l 2--5 Hits, Cub ............... 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 2-- 8 and Fishing Parties l [ ullnukN I|lU/Ull UllknlllI ler )'!iOn of how to clout the R ...... Iti,s (;,emlalt;lendale ............. ........ 23 ll 1 ('1 1 O201 [ 100 fl--61__Hi A LA CARTE SERVICE | [ Prevents and Relieves Sunburn. | ~. When runs wereneeded ~1 I / I Try it and see the difference. / "~ the " ' = - SUM'M~ARY [ . ' . . '/ [ Ask your Barber or Ha,rdresser. / t1{t~ Cubs were beaten, they Lefavor Building Sumner Avenue lh,me ~un l~.rnan; 2-base hits lhwman, / Next to Hotel Atwater / [ They Know! / S tne Sox until the last ,11a,1 Rieger; Sacrifice lilts, tlawkins 3; Cunning- ~e ", and in the second co,lilieS ham l, ~l'Otlllg 1, S;vvei" 1 ]l;~ses t,n balls, %. .--J%, fi 1~ behind in the ninth inningt,, % by Reiger 5: Time ,,f game 2 hours. !i .0s! pulled the game out of the Umpires l'ickering and (;lendye. ~ Scorekeeper, A. \V. Mcl)owell. , U8 .WOO O S ,~. g the tvmg run on second SATURDAY'S GAME l Built on a Scientific Principle Old as Archery But Brand New | [ e SCORE BY INNINGS / to the Angling Game / ~ll ,nzen Shines with Willow I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Run~. Cubs .................. ~; iI ~ 1000 ~) 0-- 2 [ In strength, lifting l~OXw.r, resilliency and finish Shaver "DUALWOOD" [ t~ LOrenzen contributed a per- tilts, Cubs ................ 0 1 ~ 1 0 0 0 1 oI 3 Ira,~- . - Rt ns. (; enda e ...... 1 ,) 3 1 1 0 0 2 -- 8[ ro,ts, laminated of two woods personally selected for totally different l tesbge of bye base hits in nve ... Hits. Glendale ....... 2 (} 2 2 2 1 1 3 (t--13 | properties successfully withstand the tensions oDd coml)ressmns m- ] 'Wi at, which is quite a brilliant Ilatteries--Thoma& Kennv; Sullivan, File. I cidental to the hardest and longest bcaftle and COME BACK I | STRAIGHT. That the,, outclass anything vet produced for heavy | r~ W~th a man like Kennv on Boots and Bingles [ sea angling is the unanin{ous verdict of'famousanglers now using them. [ ~1{~ 'nd.y antlf'anlran aShellenbaCkclose secondhadwitha The Glendale \Vhite Sox, under the ] Regulation DUALWOOD Rods $35 / r t - management of that famous baseball [ ROY F. B. SHAVER. 233 West 42nd Street, Los Angeles [ '~ o he batting honors. Both comedian, Carl Sawver, have gained L Twenty Years a Deep Sea Angler and Custom Rod Builder. J k Wed that thev knew how to considerable recognition in the semi- % e apple, and play a bang up pro hall of fame t)3' the wonderful re- te:rid for Glendale in the firstzation winning twenty-three consecu- ne and hurled a fine a~ame. The live games is worthy of special men- ill, as Practically won in the third i Vhen Patti Shellenback came to tion. The slugging crew, consisting of % W~th the bases loaded and Dorman, Shellenback and I,orenzen, ae O " .t f JmCs fast ones to the look to be Glendale's punch, for they ~nty, cleaning the bases, displayed remarkable ability in sock- [ Announce a Display of | / / ~,r % JohnnieWithna ~ame a Thriller the s,,here when hits eouute,, / StThcCubs fought a uphill ')at- t Dr s.e Sp [ Sisto and FAmer fie- g,'eat ree es s, ort Dresses, "%ked~,a.g~ng in a idtch;ng duel it fie. and are to be complimented by %~1 "ke the ". d.. tea,,, getting' the brea,~' their never-die attitude on the pho,.ing- ] E gD ] ~Jhless:;rl' For five innings the fans field, verllll resses, , the a beautiful ball game that The spectators who remained until :'e~l~al:ere Stood 4 to : in favor of the last ,,,an was retired, were given ] Capes and Furs ] ~r%it ~' then I)orman crashed out a the i'hrill of their lives bv that gallant ~%eve~'ut with a runner on first, ninth inning rally staged by the Is- [ Wednesday and Thursday, July 9th and 10th ] u th the C " landers.The boys battled to the last ~. e la ubs came from behind [ -----AT~ [ ,~11i% st frame and chased over two ditch, and the ardent supporters gave ~e W~2d the tying run on second them courage to win despite the fact [ Room 218, Hotel MaeRae, on Crescent Avenue / '% 10~~, !he last out was made. that the home club ,,'as trailing the ] Exhibits Daily From 8:30 a. m. to 9:00 p.m. [ ed good in the box. Glendale team. Fans may quit because they lose faith in the players; but the | Selection of Beautiful Merchandise Just Received from [ s Stage Rally in Ninth players never lose faith in themselves, / New York [ :eb SCore 6 to3in the last nomatter howmanv runs behind. The l Our Prices Will Please You [ oys threatened to do dam- rooters who stuck till the last man ,,.as :9 Started the fireworks byout saw a lnoral victorv, even though l] BENJAMIN LEFFLEUR, Manager. / | 'Te :as Leaguer" over Lor- the Cubs went clown in defeat. Cad; the Pfahler came thru ~ ) to right. Things began then, and the spectators slamed one to cen- :oring Sisto; Cunningham Pfahler on third on second, with the tying drove a sacrifice fly to Freddie, and Samis was to tie the count. The big hard, but failed. And the Over. was charged with throw- balls all (luring the ga/ne, is illegal. Nevertheless, 'r.es are bush upmires. Their ~nSpect discolored or ruffled ake ~a~ec1 it all in all, the series of games 1 i~1 Glendale were exciting, . e h u, and above all interesting. %e to the aea arrange a return game r future. BOYS HAVE A GOOD TIME Rufus Spahting, Jr., and Robert Moore sprung a surprise party two ways on Sunday last. First surprise--Daddy Moore was in- vited to go aboard the Manana to see the youthful anglers "go get 'era." Second Surprise--They didn't "get 'era." However, anmst enjoyable (lay was spent and Daddy sympathized, af- ter the usual explaining and excuses ,,.ere offered by Rufus and Robert. Here are two letters that we asked the boys to write for the Islander: REMINICENCES OF A ROD First of all, you nmst know that I am a bent birch rod, which has gone through many encouraging and dis- couraging adventures. I belong to the launch Manana, skippered by Captain H. MacKay. Yes, we have SODA WATER GINGER ALE ARROWHEAD and PURITAS WATER SHASTA SPRINGS WATER Come in and Get Our Prices by the Dozen or Case Bakery and firocery SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG.