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Friday, September 1, 2000 The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 11 i i i i,i, [ i I i I Spinal Column By Dr. Adam , n ,= & r I had a patient ,[ [ 1] I,come into the " ,office last week byEARL SCHRADER 14, and the Avalon Service Clubs I i [] [][] in [] [] and she brought and people that have donated to Ii[ t i[ i P [] i her two children The 2000 Avalon Lancer foot- school sports and academic pro- [ I I [Ii [ in with her. After ball team laas been working dou- grams will be honored on Oct. []1 i 1ti b I| i i ]her adjustment; I ble sessions for the last week to 21 [ I W N "I [] lasKegner u sn.e " ',' wanted me to prepare for the upcoming football All Avalon home games are on I I I IIlii ~ II I| J !1Icheck her kids' season. " Saturdays at l p.m. at the school ~! ! kl~ '~ ~ ~t Im i ]spines, and she =~ The Lancers made it to the CIF field " ~r r& lied, "But why, uarter finals last ear and ho [ ' t aPe 't ave q y pe The Lancer football webslte has ]j[ IIi Ill I y don h to improve on their record, news, scores, directions to away [il l I El lany back prob- The team has gotten much games and more. The address is: !II ~ l ~,Ill dItems :" faster this year and the group has [i [ J i ] i L t] [ I was so-o-o disappoint- great chemistry between them. ]I, I II1 1 i| [] W |ed by her responso, that l .ll immediatel referred her While the team's coaches 2000Game schedule ]I I I III I K'a q [to a Spinal olumn issue I strive to develop the best team'- Sept. 2 scrimmage, 1 p.m. Ji! I II1 1 1 II J Ihad written a few weeks possible by teaching the basic and " Sept. 8, at Desert Christian [I I II I I I II I []]ago, which talked about advanced skills necessary to corn- Sept. 16, at Viewpoint [I I ~ II l II 1 I I RI how chiropractic was pri- pete in, this very physical and Sept. 23, Laguna Blanca, Santa ~ marily wellness, care and demanding sport, they are even Barbara l .m. teacher'sdav [ IN 1'1 II I[1 [NOT mainly dlrectedat more focused on the other ele- Sept. 30, at Big Pine [ I [ I II i II m Ithe treatment of pare. his merits of the game that are not so Oct 7, at Rio Hondo Prep [ ! I I II i h rJ Ill lis especially true with chil- easil reeD nized - Ill 1 ii!i i Idrenl. Y g - Oct. 14, up no .nnsuan i p m * ' " = '[] 'q " Ki'ds" " " Character traits such as self homecoming ' ' ' l,F I [more suSP~ii~lar~or~Ucn- . . . q 1a,- respect, self worth, dlsclphne, Oct. 21, Masada, 1 p.m Avalon I ' ii t t~I 1 1 !l, [ma than an adult s spine-- positive work ethics, goal set- Service Club's day ~ ~ III !,II [ ]they fall find hurt them- ring/realization, mental, physical Oct 27, at Bloominzton Christian . . : a[selves every day, but we and soiritual toughness, self sacri- Nov 3 at Santa Clar-ita The Avalon Lancers football team take a break from practice to ljust dust the'm off and kiss rice, team and s;ortsmanship con- Nov. 12, playoffs pose for a picture. I nh x r boO Oee% ; h cepts are player rewards earned |ble Then wYe send them through hard work. An.nn narna in mnman' nllhall [off'to sc'hool with 40- The team has added freshmen ,-,~=v.= =~= ,v =v " ound book ba s, or to" Thomas Olsen, Michael Clark andb TY EL -e A I gotball/softbaff/soccerl y LbH tar e. Jso mttmg were racy vor Finefine, t,auie White nod a crime homel ramo tour o, sophomore ony v " Mires, Avlon Hams and Angle perfect four for four day. Nlk~ loll h,~ 4 h,i=,~,4 I C]ssell, jumor Derek Moore and The first game of last week's Kedis who each had two hits. One Rose was three for three and w~th ]but ifs all lust accepted as] seniors Tyler Engel, Jacob Van- softball games had Jordahl facing of Harris' was a homerun, two hits each were Mar inn John- la normal part of Being al derwml and Abe Rodnquez to the tw en son Lmdse Hm~ker one of kid off against SCICo. Jordahl came The second game was be e ' " Y ' " [ " "" "" " b tI squad Well, ma De SO, U ",out swinging and at the end of the Fineline and Casa Mariquita them a grand slam and Judy l,V . [ t~eturning Jettermen include fir - h "f of the innin " '-'uarnstrom Itlaese tittle oauy traumasl st m g, nod col- mneune star ca conecung six Icannot be i'-nored the,I Chad Adkms, Chris Al!herr, C.hfi.'s lected eight runs. hits and Casa Mariquita answered ]become cu ulative'-over Bogard, Colby Cushmg, Edd~e SCICo answered back with back with three runs. At the end TOP BATTERS ]child's lifetime until even-] Moron s, Jonathon Willis, Juan six runs and it stayed at that of the third inning, the game was Lupe Sanehez - .679 ltually they grow up. to[ i JY" P Pedroza, .Kevm Harrell M tch ,-il the fourth inning tied eight m eight. Tracy Mires 645 enD the same back ares,I Carroll, Nmk Walker, Rich Rhine w n Jud uarnstrom 630 headaches and tllnesses - The score seesa ed back and Heading into the last inn gY Q " Ithat ou suffer from now I hart, Ricky Cub liD and Shown forth until the bottom of the Fineline was winning 14 to 9. OfieliaJimenez .607 1"" Y I s| 11 - lVlOStOI mese prod em Ha . s~xth inning. Casa Mariqulta tried to rally back Carrie Hardey .600 I~t. ~,~ ,4 t 41 There will only be four home ar Amor so 594 ,~ ),~, 1-" Jordahl had been in the lead at but fell short with the game end- M y o |are often a result of an[ games tms year and everyone , 15 to 13 but SCICo rallied back ing with a victory for Fin line, 14 Colleen Hernandez .559 [accumulation of all those[ encouraged to attend ann support "th three runs and won the game to 11. ]little traumas you sus-| the team. 16 to 15. - For Casa Mariquita, Colleen STANDINGS ]to ned, while gr6wing up.I The first home game will be on Hitting for Jordahl were Kayce Hemandez led the way with three Fineline 7-l-1 IThere s an. oFd s.aymg mI Sept. 23. Mayor Bud Smith will Rowan and Cecilia Alcala with hits. Contributing with two hits SCICo 5-3-I lc, n}ro.l racuc w.mcn goes,| honor the teachers of Avalon three hits each. Contributing with were Kellie Ewing, Kathleen CasaMariquita 4-5-0 I,~2t~et~'g~l ~oy~n~.~ lOI Schools on behalf of the student two hits were Andrea Morand and Machado and Joy Adelsberger. Jordahl 1-8-0 ]sr l ame of'i is','most ,',ar~-! body .and the football team during Diana Leonhardi. Ients have never even ad| half-t~me of this game. For SCICo, Lupe Sanchez had n ltheir children's spinel Homecoming will be on Oct . a perfect day hittin gthree for I ,checked b.y a chiro practor. "l " " 1" ~ line majority otthesel :- - : . =. [problems could easily be] . ]prevented by having ourl --- [children s spines ctiecked] , T /once or twice a year, same] |asvou do with fheir teeth.I [If fheir teeth are crooked,] Sales Vacation IC tals * Nlanagem t lyou put braces on them toI " Flores, Broker/Owner Imakethem straight--well| (A A D lit S just as imoortant tol ]maKe sure that theirl Ispines are straight -I Congratulations to. new home owners ]remember, that s wh&e thel S s nervous sajstem zs stored teve and D/and Madara I So if ou lov our ;ids,[ Y Y , ins I am sure you do, don t] wait until they d velop] back problems "to bringl them fo the chiropractor-| get their spines checked[ regularly, so they can[ grow up to be healthy,I straight and strong. (310) 5100039 FAX 010) 5100390 307 Sumner Ave. Box 2100 Avalon, CA 90704 A Message From: Dr. Adam DeI Torto X-RAYS ONLY $39 A VIEW OPEN: MON. to SAT. 116 Claressa 510-7211