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September 10, 1936

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PAGE TWO YACHTING (Continued frt, m Page 1, Col. 4) Harold Judson's schooner Jorie in second l-aceand John l'oy's ketch Blue Jacket, third. Jasha Heifetz's yawl Galatea was awarded the prize for the first boat to reach the lsth- nlu S, l'he baseball game was won by the sailboat men w, th a teanl coral)rising K. K. l'ollard (Ay-Ay-Ay), Burton Griffin (Ay-Ay-Ay), Waldo Drake (Ay-Ay-Ay), John Dwight (Ripples), Cecil Hickman (Movie Star ll), Har- ol(l Reardon, Leo Reardon, Jim Stin- ston (Astrild), Walter Greene (Ven- us). The row-boat tug-of-war was also ,Mm by the sailboat men Hubert S. Brown (Seminole), Lester Reel (Louise), Roy Hageman (Amigo) and Harry Sanborn (Louise). Dinghey sailing race won by Robert J. McNeil (Anacapa). Dinghey rowing race, Bill Sabo (Sea Gypsy). Out-boaKl motor boat race, Rear Commodore Ben S. McGlashan (El Perrito). Girls under 16 swinmfing race, Annette Long (Pcrlita). (/iris over 16 years swim- ruing race, Helen Willard (Paula). Canoe-tipping contest, Sam Blakely (Hal,py Hours). Boys under 16 years swimming race, P, obert Vieille (oie). Boys over 16 years swimming race, William K. Gillett (Mabel-)..Paddle- board race, Andre Johan (Mono WAS). Mast-cli:nbing contest, Bill Sabo (Sea Gypsy). Six-meter race to the Isthmus from San Pedro won by L. N. Slater's La- nai with Staff Commodore Scfiayer's Naiad in second place and A1 Rogers' Synnove third. Star-boat race from Long Beach to the lsthnms was won by Frank Lippman's Pat-Riot. The Star-boat race was won by Stewart Trumbull's Marstar. One of the most amusing events was the C. 1. Y. C. Derby which was won by Bill Jones (Penguin). The prize and pennant for the yacht-efficiency contest went to the cruiser Companero, Joe Fel- lows, Jr., owner. Mrs. Joe said she should get the credit as she {lid most of the work while Rusty looked on. Mrs. Harold Judson won the prize for the best ladles costume in the pa- rade while Forrest Record was the IT DOUBLES Your Telephone Convenience THIS BEDROOM TELEPHONE YOU scarcely need to be told how many steps your telephone saves you outside your home. For very little more, you can have an extensioh that will save you much "trotiing" within your home. For example, in your bedroom. Kitchen and sun- room are other examples. May we tell you about the different types of service? A representative will be glad to call. Avalon. Telephone 690 135 Whittley Avenue, AN ALL-YEAR PRESENT THE CATALINA ISLANDER winner of the men's prize. Mary ~".... .. " " . .. ." ." 2 ." ". ." :~~~~~'.~'.~.~~# i.adewig of the cruiser Nightingale, ".q.. was the winner of the Hula contest. .~ (And was she good?))~:. Some idea of the great interest in the general program may be gleaned from the following partial list of those " , who attended the dinner: Staff Corn-. modore James W. Jump, Ranger, 6; Staff Commodore Carl F. Johnson, Myrno I1, 8; Staff Commodore Chas. 1}. Wagner, Mary-E, 3; Rear Com- modore Ben 8. McGlashan, 2; Port Captain Arthur 8anger, Dreamer, 14; Staff Commodore Geo. B. Wilson, Gypsy Girt, 6; Staff Co:nmodore Nor- man A" Pabst' Valiant' ll; Vice Cm- SANTA CATAL NA STABLES .i rnodore Burton C. Bahtwin, Trade N Wind. 8; Staff Commod{,re Milton! A V A L 0 C A t I F 0 R N I A Hesselberger, Nina-H, 4; Staff Corn- ~. ~. StaffmdrecommodoreL' N. Slate,',RichardJ,,"y Rove,,sc ,a,er,l. ; Ride the New Bridle Trails Commodore John C. Stick, Matin, 4; Phone 414 , Bird Park Canyon Moana, 6; Conun{}dore \Vallazz B. E.aton, 8usa-A, 6 ; Vice Colnmodore E. Y'~" ~ :" L P 7 7 7 7 :: 7 :~~:I~~,~ W. Murphy, Westerly, 5; Connnodore W. H. Rohl, Ramona, 4; M. t{apaport, Abadaba. 2; Allan H. Crary, Her- rnana, 4; James MeNabb, Flying Cloud, 6; Frederick E. Treat, Ka:nara, 4; Ed Harrison, Blue Streak, 14; Russ Simm{ms, Ay-Ay-Ay, 6; W. A. Jones, I'enguin, 6; E. D. Dorris, Dorene II, 5; Lewis St{me, Serena, 8; L. J. Sty- skal, Estrellita, 6; Stephen M. New- mark, 1,ucky Star, 6; A. R. White, Minx, 4; Fred. E. Pettit, Jr., Dixi- anne, 4; Louis J. Filley, Restless, 5; Phil Thomson, Tehani, 4; J. T. Dick- son, Jubilo, 4; J. M. Foy, l?lue Jacket, 4; Alfred E. Rogers, Synnove, 4; Temple Ashbrook, Commander, 4; Pierpont Davis, Santa Maria, 6; H. O. Baumgardt, Bee, 6; Win. Stoermer, ]'aula, 2; John Swi~zart, RiptAes, 4; R. S. Cooper, 6 Les Wilson, 4; Ray K. Persons, Zoe-H, 4; Seton Miller, Lucky Lady, 4; Mauriee Maehris, Wa- bash, 5: G. S. Donaldson, White Her- on, 4; H. W. Mason, Idle Hour, 4; Einar Svenning, Loki, I1 ; T. B. (Continued on col. 4, this page) !Brooks Pharmlalcy.. l We will endeavor to carry on in the same old way at Happy Hacker' "THE FRIENDLY RENDEZVOUS" SPECIAL TO ISLANDERS Highballs and straight whiskies 25c at the bar DAN DOWNING, Master of Ceremonies THE CATALINA YACHTIN6 (Continued from col. I, Danckworth, Aegir, 2; Gaiatea, b; ji:ll 4; Pioyd Vv. Hanchet L. Banning, Jr., LOS Morgan, t31auca, 4; tSo~jum 10; J. A C \'\'esley' D. 81nith, i;cntlc~sy, Chula, 4; [~elenl, .5; N. J. Shu Scott Hayes Mouctt Arrow, 11; Geo. L. J 4; Clem 5tose Velee den, HeyDay', 2; l sair, 6; t aul M. Jo 8; Jack Nuttall, L Stoodv Gvl}sy, 4; Coml}anero, 6; R. Barbara-B, 2; Erie Merol}e 2' V Miln{ \V. Beirne, Aeolus, ning, 12; J. J. Jak t_711man, Altair, 3; " V leham, 4; H. \'. 2; G. \V. Ratcliff, Ingersoll, Tempe V,. Amigo, 2; H. L,. BaD Vernon Edler, Gel Hudson, Carl Mia, Blue Peter, 2; W. 5; Jarvis Earl, Rail uSa, \:ailima, 3; R Jane, 4; D. C. 2; C. Head, Malabar Hews,t, Totuava, Rock-N-Tip, 2; E. 6; 8. C. Briggs, La( ilton, Success, 5; Hi-Lo, 4; R. A. D Frank Lippman, Harvey, Jalalea, 4; Storrs, Star Trumbull, Mar Sta Moira, 5; Rufus, 6; Mario Richards, Staff Com:nodore as chairman of the tainment COmlnittee charge of all of the members of the Com:n. Charles R. Brearley and G. S. 1}rogram was of sucl ~t was impossible fc mittee to operate sistauce all([ as a res: were drafted to aid mittee : Staff Comm. Staff Com:n. Norma~ R. Bishop, Wesley w. Paul Lamp~wt, Claire.' hie Hnrst, Sonny t'a~ muller Port Cat]tain *' S. Mc'Gtashan, Howar LaShelle. One item of grea~ connection with the crt stallation of a loud' provided through t!}e" Richfield Oil Co. Tl~r~ er systeln it was l)oSS~I. necessary announcetne ous races, etc., page~ (m the telephone atUl broadcast a musical P.~ It was a great t}ar~ rest in preparation " Ammal Com-nodoreS veal'. Quite l )iffe The banker was que C gro al)l)hcant for a. a "Are Votl nlarrleu asked. " ,, - ,, Nawsah, boss, cant, "nawsah ; Ah livin'."--Wall Street Our Adlet Column REAL 121 Clarissa Ave-, Houses, RoomS, $' ments for Reas, Rates Sales & Exci~nges