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ISLANDER PAGE THREE the following dope, and you can see FROM BAND PROGRAM was here in old "tent" times, when gasoline stoves pre(tominated. One for yourself how they played: Theodore Berth, the principal had to keep a bottle of achohol te SECOND GAME--Labor day, Sept 1st 1924. horn player of the band, is a man ignite the dunned things." Now, if CATALINA CUBS . of very regular habits. For instan-one is rich enough to buy alcohol it i; Player and Position AB R H O A E ce: he isup at five o'clock every is used for perfuming the breath! I:'~ Pfahler, .~s ................... 2 0 0 0 2 1 morning; dresses,shaves, goes - Doran, 3b ..................... 3 ~t o 3 5 0 (Continued on Page 10, Column 4) J. Itawkins, lb .......... ~ 0 0 8 0 0 dowu on Crescent avenue, wbere Sam Crawford, rf ......... 4 0 2 1 0 0 he attends a milknaan's meeting, f A. llawkins, p ............. 3 I) 0 1 2 0 The employees at Boos Bros.' Samis, If ....................... 3 0 0 0 1 1 Cumfiugham, 2b ......... 4 t) 1 5 1 1 cafeteria look at the bench outside, Callan, c ...................... 2 2 2 6 0 0 and if Theodore is there they know .Mcl)owell, cf ............... 1 2 0 3 0 0 it is time to open the doors for DOUBLE- Total ........................ 25 4 5 27 11 3 breakfast. Brother Berth leads a WILMINGTON life of single blessedness. It has ADEN FROM THE Player and Position AB R H O A E often occurred to his friends that he WILMINGTON "CUBS" Yonkers, rf ................... 4 0 1 1 t, 0 wotfld be a good tat'get for sonle Jenks, ss ....................... 3 I 0 2 i 2 gushing widow. His check for a Fisher, 2b ..................... 4 1 1 5 I 0 R,AI,h, 3b ..................... 4 0 1 2 2 3 good lmnp sum is honored at tbe Stine, cf ........................ 4 0 0 5 1 t) bank. However, that is a matter Sport writer had to g-o to Edwards, lb ................ 3 tl 0 3 I 0 for Cupid and the widows to settle Monday, and did not re- McKenlie, If ................. 4 o I 0 1 t) Peters,m, c ................... 3 0 0 5 3 I anlong themselves. We have neith- games, we asked the of- INetler, p ..................... 3 ~ i~ 1 2 0 er the time nor inclination for such get up something to satisfy Total ........................ 32 2 4 24 12 6 intricate matters. and this is what he SCORE BY INNINGS In: J.K. Wallace (Spike), a former l 2 3 4 5 6 7_.8 9 member of the band for many sea- Runs, Catalina ........ 0 0 2 0 1 0 10 *-- 4 ball game between the Cat- Base has, Cubs .... , I J ~ ~ 0 12 ~-- 5 son's, is here on a short visit. He and the Wihnington Cubs Runs, \\'ihnington ......2 0 0 0 ~ 0 00 ~J-- 2 attended the concert Sunday even- e a disappointtnent to many of Hits, \Vihnington .. 2 0 1 0 0 0 10 0-- 4 ing, also the rehearsal Monday SUMMARY morning. We intend to ask his op- Who expected to see a close ltome run, Crawford--Called out for not inion of the band's playing when we .~t~r T]he result was 17 to2, in tc, uching third base: 2-base hits, Crawford, Fisher, McKenzie; llases on balls, off Haw- catch him alone; something ahnost the local team. kins 2, off Bietler 6: Struck out, by IIawkns impossible, for he has so many Sisto for the Catalina Cubs 6, by Bietler 5; l),mble l,lays, Jenks to Fish- friends. Some one is shaking hands iON er; l.eft on bases Cubs 6, \Vilmingtou 5. witb him continually. Umpires Pickeiing and Botroff. a three hit game and held the Scorekeeper, A. \V. Mel)awelL to tWO runs. Sisto's pitching It has been estimated that the )Uzzle to the best of the hickory FISH ARE KEPT FRESH combined lengths of the belts of Summer excursion fares are the visitors. At the end BY A NEW PROCESS Thedore, Fred White's (the bass still in effect. drummer), and A. Axler's (one of Spend your vacation days at Stanza the ganle was called ~ the clarinetists), would make a " af the local nine. By Science Service clothes line long enough for an or- one or several of California's rawford, formerly of Detroit Freezing with carbon doxide is the dinary bungalow court, delightful beachandmountain right garden for the home new method of fish refrigeration being resorts. A song, "Longing," by F. G. A1- Benefit by Southern Pacific ~ Sam before the tested at the Atlantic Biological Sta- bers, was on the concert program summer round-trip weekend the announcer said: "La- tion in Canada, according to reports Tuesday evening, August 19th. The gentlemen, we have with us received by the American Chemical colnposer was in the audience, and fares, sold until and including famous major league base- Society. Manager Porter called on him to Sept. 28. 16-day return limit. "Wa-Ho" Sam Langford, The us'e of solid carbon dioxide, it conduct "his own music," as he ex- Or Southern Pacific season pressed it. He acquiesced, with the tickets, sold~any day up to and is a colored prizefighter, is claimed, has several advantages. The modesty that always goes with men e announcer got the natnes mix- lowering of tetnperature by this means of merit. The melody was played including Sept. 30th;good un- should have said Crawford), retards spoiling, and the cooling can by Mr. Hamilton in his usual fin- til October 31st. of Detroit." be controlled within wide limits. The ished style. Mr. Albers is a cello player of ability, who has composed For courteous, accurate te applause was ahnost deafening! carbon dioxide also excludes the air several pretentious numbers. The railroad information SUnday game Sam was at bat while the penetration of the juices ofmilitary band arrangement, from communicate with and recorded four hits and the fish by carbon dioxide gas has Mr. Albers' original score was made ~s of the seventeen nmde by an aditional preservative effect, by Conductor Mulford. Little in- F. S',PactficMCGINNIS,ElectncASSt.BldgPaSS.Los TraffiCAngelesMgr. cidents of that kind are good for ' " ", }in ers. it was a "Crawford \Veight for weight, solid carbon di- the heart! ~ ~ II rent start to finish. The fol- oxide has twice the cooling po~er of Royal an~"rme~ %~C~I'J~ClOII )ox Score tells the story: artificial ice, and it is believed that nlelnn,- the cost of t)roduction can be kept bet of the Catalina"'-'""' "* "v ~rBand fo ma y I'lhfL~t-ll~----- GAME~-Sunday August 31, 1924. seasons, is here rusticating. He IPillcinc -I~11-- CATALINA CUBS down to about the same figure, says Avalon has changed wonder- "-- ...... u,,_Vllhl~'rtts~and Posit'ton AB R H O A E ~ fully, for the better, of course. He .,. J }t~r.a~ ai~[ ..................... 4 1 2 2 1 1 I00 Degrees Below ~t~ilw~llS, "j ""7: .............. 4 1 1 0 1 0 I /qa~,t..:rawfo }b ............. 3 3 2 6 1 0 First Boy Scout: I dreamed I died ~ara.tculs rd, rf ....... 4 4 4 2 0 0 last night. F C~l-bli''~'cf 4 1 1 0 0 0 ........... S?econd Boy Scout : \Vhat woke you Sl :~P (~llUUlgha~2""':- .............. 2 3 2 1 0 0 8is%~9, ~..', zb ......... 4 3 2 0 2 0 up. ' P. " .................... 3 1 3 3 0 0 First Boy Scout: The heat. ]'otal ........................ ...... 2 0 1 1 2 0 --August Boys' Life. IN OUR STORE AND TAKE HOME A FEW ] f~ ....................... 30 17 18 15 7 1 t~[" 12 l~'e WILMINGTON Watch the world come to Catalina. [ osition AB R. o A Cold Bottles of East Side I i~ish , ~ ........................ 3 1 0 1 0 0 ...................... 2 o o o o FOR YOUR LUNCH OR YOUR PICNIC ~t;.: "4 p .~k" ................... 1 0 0 5 0 2 ~, ~'. " ................. 2 0 0 2 1 * We Sell it by the Bottle, Dozen or Case [ fiG,. era .g ao. cf .... ~ 0 0 0 0 0 ~t- r~, _" ................ 2 1 1 1 0 0 r~ff, ~/, ~ .............. 2 0 0 1 0 0 .... ................ _2 .. 1, ,, BEST BREAD AND PASTRIES ! ........................ 18 2 3 12 6 2 [.~~EC[~L ONyY*~9".O0 " 8CORE BY INNINGS ]k ~~. Well finished, ~ratderlrti~ / ~l~ Catali- 1 2:3 4 5 6 7_.8 9 m~X.~~ a tto. ON THE ISLAND I 1tll*-ts' (2a. ~a ............ 5 6 5 1 * --17 ~ll~'~l~,."q~ii,"~lk much u~ at the ~s, Wi,,auna ......... 5 7 5 1 * --18 ~ 'l~lli"~l~t~ most mt.psludvo y I titS, ;~.Lm~ngton ....... 1 I..0 0 0 -- 2 ..... :, 000 -1,,,m Hoover Bakery.no Cash Grocer i ~..;~!~ able lock~ver ~, I%i- SUMMARY "~~]~3t~k lint In gun ~I~ir%' tuck out, by Sisto 3, by Ralphl; ~l~. orek,' rtekering and Glendye. ~=Per, A. W. McDowell. proof-tested . FOR CHARTER wlth ~n exol~, k th2I~day's game started at 10:15. In (~-mo-lo~.AS~t,l~~llk FIFTY-FOOT EXPRESS CRUISER standardized ~ ~ Ct%,2St frame the visitors twice gun,0_~,,,~,~o~~.',* ,, ARVILLA,, ~ter~s~' the plate. That made things In 20--ga._ 28 in. ~~ i2-ga. ~ anal ~0tn.. wit.h^. "~ I 1 ,~'~lSlt: fling for a while, . - ii gm' ioek and bout 2% ~lll Day or Night Cruising, $35.00 Per Day or $5.00 Per Hour 1"I, Sarst time up o~ Monday, "Wa- in. drop. ~Lefevgr won ~lll ~the OIymplc games In III For Party up to Twelve Persons !% a ~1 Crawford, landed on the ball iiio-wb~ld's ~hampionsh.tp Ill ~g ~.,, Orne run but l.Tmpire Picker- London. Lt~feverhasb~ood II for over 50 years. I I hUeh 'l:h him out becouse he failed to tor serv e ana aur b Ill Additional Charge for Larger Parties t~t~. 'rd base as he was confin W~JarCataIogue CAPTAIN JOHN MINNEY, 124 SUMNER AVENUE g LEFEVER ARMS CO. l [] ~tti~ f_ hteh caused quite a howl ts BOX A ITHAOA, N. Y, Office Phone 121 House Phone 55-W r~n the grandstatld. Look over