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Friday, September 1, 2000 The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 3 team to race The Catalina Outrigger Club women's team has been working out in the early mornings to prepare for the Newport Beach to Avalon outrigger race on September 9. The women will be making history as the first all-Avalon team to compete in the race. Last year more than 60 crews from all over the world competed in the popular event, The Catalina race marks the end of the racing season for most outrigger clubs and all crews look forward to celebrating on the Island. Rosie tournament rewards tag The tag, revive and release Tag, revive and release is an portion of the Rosie Invitational important part of any tourna- Marlin Tournament is being rec- ment. The experienced angler ognized by numerous donors, knows that to preserve his sport Rif Hintermeyer, captain of the he must not over-kill. Sea Dancer, has donated cameras The fish is caught, revived, to record the release; Catrina tagged, photographed then Await of Two's Company has released alive. In future Rosie retained five marlin bronzes by tournaments, organizers plan to international sculptor Peter John- reward this method more hand- son; Karen Baker of the Zane somely. Grey Pueblo Hotel and co-host of A surprise donation to the the tournament, is donating a five- Rosie has come from John night stay at her hilltop inn plus a Lockhart of the Thomas copy of"Tales of Fishes," an orig- Kinkade Gallery. Lockhart has inal book by Zane Grey. donated Kinkades new work Avalon School will host four Scholastic Aptitude Tests Avalon High School will serve and scholarship programs use this as a test center location for the information, along with their Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) on application information, student's four separate dates during the academic record, extracurricular 2000-2001 school year. . activities and teacher recommen- The dates are: Oct. 14, Nov. 4, dations, to determine eligibility March 31 and June 2. for admission or scholarships. The SAT program provides test The registration postmark information that compares a stu- deadline for the Oct. 14 test date dent's reasoning abilities and aca- is Sept. 12. Registration materials demic strengths with those of two are available at the Avalon million other students who take Schools counseling office. the tests. For more information call Judy Many colleges, universities Ramming at 510-0790. and release titled, "Catalina's Rosie's on the Pier." The tournament takes place Sept. 10 through 12. Sign-in takes place on Sept. 10 and fish- ing is set for Sept. 11 and 12. For additional Rosie Invita- tional Marlin Tournament infor- mation, call 510-O639. i Catalina Cab Company *Real Estate in Avalon Pmmie Developer' Penthouee C65 BAHIA VISTA Privat 3 level, 3 bedroom, 2 bath penthouse with harbor, hillside and town views. Over 2700 sq ft of living space, storage & decks. Private back deck with jacuzzi, roof top deck, fireplaces and much, much more. Listed at $725,000 234 DESCANSO- Clean and charming cot tage on quiet street. 3 Bed/1 Bath, stor- age, foundation, small backyard, W/D hook- up, year-round tenant (24 hour notice required). LISTED AT$ g REDUCED TO $315,000 Motivated Seller. @ Please ask for Esther Choi Call Eether Choi Beach Realty -, (310) 510-0039 www.oatalinaielandren ale.oom Don' mlee a ingle ieeue Call 510 O5OO M ral~/~c~jr ul~l~Hp~lon od~ 6 Big Screen TV s PARTY!