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PAGE TEN THE CATALINA MARVELOUS RUN OF MARLIN a great thrill to see ttlem about the not .uiven--Doja--John Bullard. kle--lh 35m.--Aerial--Farnsworth" SWORDFISH boat and to try to catch them. xlr~ Geo C Th(>mas--1321; lbsI Mrs. Alice Arkush--198v, lbs." -- August ZO--Eight marlin taken. 37m.--Aerial-~Geo. Farnsworth'.- 25m.--Dorel-- Jack Richar'd-s. 1 (Continued from Page 1, Col. 1) Mrs. J. A. Bullard--137 lbs.--timeGeo. C. Th(mms--136 lbs.--light tac-Mrs. Alice Arkush--159 lbs.~" Eye--Bob MacRae. ~,~,~,~~.~.~,~,~,~,~:~ ~~~,~,~,~:~~ 20m.--Dorel--JaCkMrs. V. B. Jones--170Richards'lbs.--'~:'' St;u~l, ev C. Van Dvke--145 lbs.--25m. ~ ~ Sport Angler--Ed Boone, --SeilvnZ-O. A. Ma;- Jr. ~:+" ~ ~:: Har~,ht VVilson--2(13 lbs.--4t)m.--t(bb ~} ~ Mrs. E. R. Jarvis--133 lbs.--41 E1 Pescador--Newendorp. ,: q Tide--Mrs. Vilson. ~ "~ ~like Grant--141 lbs.--3omy"b loe Carlisle--190 lbs.--4(hu. Ralph --I arker Pence. Cresse . lIr.'l C. Pitnlan--751bs.--17nl,--- August 17--Roy I;. Sllaver-~lta '{ :: I ' II ~ I52m.--Boat not" given--t3ob l;r) M(>lar--M ulford Smith. l)r. Mulf()rd Sn)ithI166 ll)s.-~la,)m.-- ~ * * * Molar, ~ ~ Total marlin caught to (late Robert V. Staats--66!5. lbs.--/m.--:+,",~ weighed in at Pleasure lqcr-~13 ~('kaxA'ai--~ll'S' Staa's*,~ O ~ 2)~ll 'll'~;trlill ~'veighed ill IN('i'i2"ll'iI1' b, obert V. Staats--154 ,bs.-N23m.-- n the Ocean Front lbs. or over will receive Certif'c.` Nokawai--Mrs. Staats. N ~,caught ou Regulation Tackle. I{ ~ ta))t that .(, one but the analcr w 1< t u e--14. ,bs--16N-- Near the Pleasure Pier { the fish. Let no Olle else "toncll Greta--t'Heilrv Vilson. Mrs. V. "W. ValcutineI159 lbs.I i" ~.~ ~i~.@ @~.~'~L.~.~'@'.;+'.~.@ ~;+.'.@ ~.@.'i~ @~'@.N~~~ tackle until fish is gaffed. Must, Maria--Valentine. I~"~~NNNN'~2+"~N~'~'~~:+"NN~.~.~NN:+.'.~.N.~ ~.N.~.~N~)." AvalonY Ur fishingFishinglicenSeDerbv.tO enter may L. A. Sees--165 lbs.--55m.--Merrie ~ ~ You might win a" prize CaP. Sea-- Valter I, arsen. ~ ~ i nmch time left now to win one. Mrs. l:rank Bivens--138 lbs.--3(hn.-- i! FOR REAL AMERICAN :" Colonet-- Frank Bivens. ~ --o---- l)r. R. B. Stron~II65 lbs.--lhr 2(lm. ~ DEMOCRACY IN OUR COURTS ~ YACHT CLUB NOTES --S,ort A,g,er--,:d R E T A I N l)an Baker--156 bs.--Ti ne not given ~ .~. By Carl Edwards --1.J.R. 2--Mrs. Dan Bakerl M. A. Crane--164 lbs.--lhr 13m.-- The Catalina Island Yacht I3ore,dis--lleggs. ~ [~~1 ~. nlembershil) is proud of their( Regnoht I,~a~land--&~ lbs.--12m-- SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE dore, Wesley D. Smith, for his Short v--.Pa rk er' Pene '. i l~l BEARDSLEY i i" w'''''''; ','~ ~'" 'h ''''' l'et~- Cunnin~ham--185 lbs.--lhr. Trophy from the Los Angeles Ed Johns(m--135 lbs.--3Sm.---l:(41v-- Club. Yes, Conm|odore, we are Mrs. J()hnson. " displaying the Cup in the (cute: Club Room. (leo. Michels(m--133 lbs. ~"~'~'~" OFFICE No. 14 . [arlin swordfish fishinu h August 18--Seventeen marlin rel)<>rt- ~ :~ spotlight over the weel~-et~-( e(l. i ~i every fish boat being called into Russell McClanahan--207 lbs-- ": ~ and the flvingfish business ~ Time not gi 'en--Rustv--McClanahan, to almost exhaustion. (;co. C. Thomas--li2 lbs.--lhr.--La Ve have enjoyed having Cresta--(;h, is. ~ ~ Mrs. O. F, Collinge and Sirs. Ma?v l)avis--Light tackle--X t. Maurine with us for the past not given--16m.--Jolty--l,]d Johnson. aboard their cruiser Merrilee Edward A. Gibbs--152 tbs.--45m.-- ~4W:~.~ ~.~`R.~.~.~.~.~+.~+.~+.~.~.~`R ~.~'~:~.~a~u~aa`~;~`a~;~`w~~L~ returued t(~ the mainland Sut ~Neig()cr--SherumtL left their boat with Thomas l)r, C. L. Moore--138 lbs.-44m.-- Weig~wr--Jack Stranathan. W. I. Von Henkle--ll8 lbs--25m.-- Greta--I~arry Spooner. 1)r. Joe Chuck--142 lbs.--lhr.--Sport AnMer--Ed Boone. Douis qausnik--234 lbs.--lhr.--Glad- iator--lqengstead. Fletcher Wiley--136 lbs.-M6m.--Sun- beam--Grant. Miss W. G. Von Streeton--131 lbs.-- 38m.--Sunbeam--Grant. Jack Conway--205 ]bs.--30m.--Carrie --Enos Vera. Warren Williams--167 Ibs.-- 3h.-- from Auto Boat. Regnold Raglan(1--55~,5 lbs.--12m.-- Shorty--Parker Pence. John Wr. Chal)l)le--244 lbs,--5(hn.-- Rut)e--C. R. V. McClanahan. IYr. A. T. Bandc~--165 lbs.--35m.--Vic- Lee--Frank Dubaty. Mrs. Charles Peck--156 lbs.--lh 30m. ---Sea luq)--Charles Peck. Bobby MacRae--115 lbs,--lln'.--Pop Eye-- Doc Vanghan. August 19---10 marlin taken. Best marlin fishing since 1931. Loren Grey--170 lbs.---15m.--Sailfis]~ ---l.a)rcn Grey. H. Newendorl)--l~ 3 Ibs.--20m.-- Sailfish--Loren Grey, H. Newen(lorp--148 lbs.---50m.--Sail- fish--Loren Grey. John l~ullard--137 lbs.--Light Tackle --2h 25m.--l)ojo--Mrs. John Bullard. L. C. }Vahhnan--169 lbs.--lh 27m.-- Nibbs--Carl Edwards. H, Scherman--183 lbs.---55Iu.--ll. Lu- lie-- Scherman. Dan Cunniugham--(X)lt)s.--lh lOre, --Lig])l Tacklc-- Yh() Cares--ll. War- ren. E. 1 lurbl)---tXi lbs,--l&n.--Scn*,)or --l'. Jae(.bs~,n. ~lurray Krcss--142 lbs.-- l,i~ hI Tac- kle--45m.--l'oI) l';ve--[)(w :auvhart. Bert Rivers--56 ll)s.--lh.--:Xrcanum --Tad Gray'. The light bait fishln~ is also good. Joe Gnion reports fine fishing from his boats. Many yellowtail have been caught. ,Saturday the Matinee brought in a 24. lb. halibut, cauM~t on a casting rod with Hal Berger's party. Mr. Ber- ffer caught a yellowtail of 21 lb 2oz. That puts him in line for a beautiful prize cup--unless someone takes a lar~er one. The live bait fishermen lose many $ish, they are such hard fighters. It is RETAIN HAUGE Fo.rth Di lrict SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE COMPANY 135 WHITTLEY AVENUE AVALON $I1~ chairman of the Air I,ines fi~ the Transcontinental W'(,stere Lines. aml Oswald Ryan, }Ie~ the Board of Civil Aeronauucs ation. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. their son Buzzy sDent the v.'{ in Avalon, aboard their cruiser Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. spending a month here cruiser Caramia. They have as this week, Mr. and Mrs. Be~ Marion Rhine. We were glad to welcome Mrs. W. B. (Bill) Jones over week-end, aboard their cruiser Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. were over aboard their cruiser R. and had as guests, Mrs. f graves, Geo. Groves, and 3f. 3 Mrs. Lois A .Pantages ha aboard the cruiser Lapan. hart, Mrs. L. S/ochum arm From San Diego. we had Frost, Mr. A. A. Frost Jr Helen M. Frost, aboard Helen. The Chtb is ~-oimz ahead witl raet plans for the Commodore to be held at the lsthm.~ ore Day. We ex~ect over 1000 be at the cruise, and the will ur~ doubt be transform giant Yacht Show Room. Yours truly had the h,~nor as boatma,~ f,w I C. V.dd' years younm to bri-~ t,~ gat ~ound marlin thi~ Monday I see(rod few th;~ season. V. 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