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NA ISLANDER PAGE THREE at bat, who knows what would have of old salts, aboard his yawl Siwash, been the outcome ? : ~ ..v .~ . _, ~. w was another of the old wind-jammer SECOND GAME----SUNDAY:-- ~'~ _~_ _-~ .-= f~ bunch that picked up his mooring for CATALINA CUBS ~- _.-:"! ~ ~ several days stay. Player and Pus. AB R H O A E efah/er, 2b ................... .5 0 1 4 2 1 ~~ "~1 ~ Swash-buckler Dan Laubershenner I) ..... 3b ..................... 4 2 1 3 1 1 ~ ._~' .z ~ , ~ ~.-.- ,'un.,.,b ..... s .......... , 0 r0 1 and party of stags were happy to drop Thompson, tb ............. 5 2 1 9 0 0 ~ ~ ~, ".t ~ ~ ~.- ~= . Samis, If ....................... 3 2 2 1 0 0 ~ ~ r f .g thetr mud-hook off the yacht club for Hawkins, p-c/ ............. 5 2 2 1 3 1 ~_ ' ~..~ .. W"~ ~ a stay of several days, and then cruise Callan, c ....................... 3 3 2 3 0 0 Col ......... f ................. 2 1 1 3 0 0 ~~ ~ .~to, _~ to his old hole near the Isthmus. Mrs. Sisto, cf. 1 .................. 3 0 1 1 2 0 ~ ~ ~"f [ "" .~m Laubersheimer and friends enjoyed Cu~-M'-Make Great Show- Total ........................ 34 la 11 27 15 3 ~--" ~ ~ ~--- . - ~_~ / $ the,r vtstt to the new clubhouse. Cap- PASADENA-MONROVIA ELKS g ~~ / ~ tain Laubersheimer said the Ortona the Ventura Elks, and Player and Pos. AB R'H O A g D ..... t, 3b ........ 6 2 1 3 3 l ~~ / ~ was as snappy as ever, and coukt still marovia Elks, Defeating ('illispi ........ ]]]7]..]~?~ 5 1 1 1 1 1 ~ / ~ show a clean pair of heels to the best hy Sensational Rallies-- Cowan, cf ..................... 5 1 1 3 0 0 Cli .... lb ....................... 5 1 3 8 2 1 ~-~#, , ,---,,.-~' / ~ of them. Coleman, Catalina s Hero, Kirkland, rf ................. 5 I 2 0 0 0 Duffv 2b ................... 5 2 3 2 3 2 ~~" -~_.2L~ _'-'~''_ ' Wonderful Contest in the Ellisl If ................. ' ........ 5 2 3 4 0 0 ame by Driving in theWin- Bussey, c ..................... 4 1 2 4 0 0 ~~ Tod Ford and party enjoyed several Burris, p ..................... 5 1 3 0 3 0 " days visit to Avalon aboard his family t~Thereby Placing Himself Corpe, p ....................... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ~ crtfiser Minx, and later cruised up the bldl of Fame (of Baseball). Total ........................ 45 12 t925 12 5 Last week-end Avalon bay took on coast to the Isthmus and other inter- ~:|;ll ball~a-e-clnCatalina Ch"~s look like a great Sisto Out hit by batted ball. Two. down when winning run scored, the appearance of nlid-sumnler, as esting bays. especially when the nine is SCO=. INN OS there were mtmerous yachts crui- -- ~t a few runs This was )ro~en 1234567._89 ~'~ !1-,lea ,, " 1 ' sers laying at their moorings off the Clem Wilson and family, aboard his Runs, Cubs .................. 023101033--13 ~'~|~'t~- the Islanders were trailing the Hits Cubs ................ 1 a 1 2 0 0 0 2 2--11 Catalina Island Yacht Club cruiser La Jura, were visitors at the /i ~lks by several runs during R .... Elk .................. 0 0 0 9 0 0 3 0 0--12 Hits, Elks ................ 011910412--19 __ yacht club for the week-end, leaving [|i~ fr~st game and finally stepped out SUMMARY Eugene Overton and party of their anchorage later for a trip to Innings pitched, by Sisto 3~.~, by Hawk ns [:|aN ::t by some spectacular hitting friends, aboard his aux-yawl Spendrift, Johnson's Landing and then home. 5~4, Burris 8, bv Cor~s 1; Home Runs, Cal- ||b0ys art basert nning. However, the lan, Saints, Doran: 3-base hits, Hawkins, were over to spend several lays. Mr. [Itigbt;ut lose in tile seventh and Duffv, Gillispie, (_'line; 2-base hits Cord .... Overton is a charter member of the Comtnodore Herbert L. Corntsh of off Burris 7 "Struck out, by S sto 1, Haw- Catalina Island Yacht Club, and stated the California Yacht Club tied up his lltl~tin:t~nzas and scored at will, kinsBUrr'isl 2,byDUffV;Burris B4. ...... Balls, off Sisto I ~. e. Eddy Dully to all corners of Umpires Pickering, Roberts and IIughes, when he came ashore and looked the very wonderful and fast cruiser Man- ,,'Ueld. Scorekeeper A. 'V. M el)o,veIl. c lubho use over that it was better than darin at his moorings off the yacht /! f-[ HtUrry Hughes Recovers During the season of 1924 the Cat- he had any idea it would be, and was club, and spent .several days wsltmg -= ,r-[|~,,,'YYrlughes, one of the smartest a real yacht club ; that he very seldom b,s many acquamtances ashore and alina Cubs have lost but four games dropped his anchor in Avalon bay for afloat. ||the pS !hat ever donned auniformin out of twenty-nine played. In 1923 lithe (2::tfie Coast league, started for thev won 20 and lost 5, and in 1922, there was no place where they could J|three us, and was in distress the first won 21 and lost 5. land with comfort, but from now on Dr. L. H. Case, a charter member ~ii,nmr~i!heb~a:i~nUd~L~Elf~i~iii mentshe was for Avalon bay and his own of the Catalina Island Yacht Club, ELKS CHAMPIONSHIP GAME comfortable clubhouse. His son Mark came to his moorings off the clubhouse was greatly taken with the arrange- with a new craft, and upon coming WON BY SAN FRANCISCO of the clubhouse, landing float, ashore to register informed the secre- ~i etc tary that he had traded his Mapuna: / INilo II Samis, looke'd good with theThursday afternoon, after 4 o clock," __ for the Venadas, and felt he would |lt hase :i~d pounded out blows when the Ventura team and the San Fran- Hugh Morrow son and party of now be better able to land his tuna | | ~" t meant the game. cisco team l)layed for the Elk cham- I/ Irst Game, Saturday afternoon: pionship of the state. The score: friends, came to anchor with his yawl and marlin when he hooks them. Winsome, and spent the week-end vis- -- / i l~Pll~._ CATALINA CUSS SAN FRANCISCO ELKS iting his many friendsashore and Doctor George ;Fmrfield and wtfe /'i .~t!ler~r2g.nd Pos. AB R H 0 A E Player and Pos. AS R H O A E afloat, came to anchor o the yacht clubwith |"| ~{11~' 3b ................... 5 1 1 2 2 0 Maggina, If .................. a 1 1 1 0 0 ~nghat,," ................... 5 2 4 1 0 2 Wor/h, rf ...................... 3 1 0 0 0 0 __ their fast and wonderftd family crui- /m ~Pso~ "'It.ss ......... 5 2 2 3 6 3 Murphy, 2b ................. 3 0 0 2 3 1 [I ~' IL' ............... 5 1 1 9 0 0 Hanlev, lb ...... 2 0 0 10 0 0 Skipper Howard Wright and party (Continued on Page 10, Column 1) I, II If~ t~tr ck ................. 5 3 2 3 1 1. Corah;l. ss ....... ::2:..:.:]2:2 0 2 I 3 0 ,,,, 000 o .,, ............ ...... ............... 000o0[ STOP] [E' If~1~11; C.' ................. 5 3 a 2 0 0 Mal ..... 3b: ...... 2 1 0 1 1 0 .... / s, D." ..................... 4 0 2 7 1 0 By ................ :;:~:;:~:: 2 0 1 .1 2 0 /'1, .................... 4 0 0 0 0 0 Barr, p ......................... 2 0 0 0 1 0 .I 0t l .. - - - - - - a'ota) ........................ 4 E .................... 43 13 16 27 10 6 [ i ~l~l~r VENTURA ELKS Called on Ace .... t of darkness in 6th. Po . AS R OA" VENTURA ELKS I! ~.iil~.*'. lh ................. 5 0 1 1 5 1 Player and Pos. AS R H O A ~ I IN OUR STORE AND TAKE HOME A FEW ] ~lli~lht, 2b" ................... 4 0 "1 10 "0 1 Lillie, 3b ..................... 2 1 0 0 1 0 .,..,, ................. o ......... ,OlO OI C / .................... , ,0oo Ca,,,.,,,, .................. ., o o 4 o old Bottles of East Side I "~ci' I1 "" ................. 3 1 0 1 ) 0 Wheldon, c .................. 2 0 0 4 1 1 i ~'~,~tO) 3b ...................... 2 1 (l 1 0 0 Smith, ef ..................... 3 1 1 1 0 0 [ FOR YOUR LUNCH OR YOUR PICNIC | ~M[,,) % " .................. 4 0 0 0 2 2 Scott, If ......................... 2 0 0 0 0 0 E glli ,.p ...................... 3 1 1 8 0 0 Davis, ....................... a 0 0 0 0 1 [ We Sell it by the Bottle. Dozen or Case ] , If." ........................ 4 0 1 0 2 1 Butts, lb ..................... 2 0 0 9 0 0 |'l, otal ........................ / O O 100 Fairbanks, l .................. 2 o o o a o ] --------ALSO / 1 ........................ 36 5 7 24 13 5 Total ........................ ~ -'2-2 "~6~ I ! ' , RCOREsY INNING,S One out when winning .... e de. .... [ BESI BREAD AND P tSTRIES I c.h, ,~, 4567..89 SCORE Sy INNINGS t ! ~JS, Cub" ................. 00021343 *--13 123456789 ~[ ~'t~: Ven,: ................ 1 1 121253 *--16 Runs. San Francisco .... 110 0 0 I --3 | '% Veat~ra Elk ..... 020021000-- 5 Itits, San Francisco_ 120100 ---4 [ ON THE ISLAND / If ~Ura Elks.. 1 0 2 0 1 '2 0 l) 1-- 7 Runs, Ventura .............. 0 1 0 0 1 0 --2 | | ! i:ellle i~SUMMARY Itits, Ventu .............. 00001 I --2 *Iv | I! '~,'(~ ~'Is, [)o,'an Sam,s, Hawkins, Sm,th; SUMMARY [ Hoov(;r Bakery and Cash 0rocer Y / I I?~nr; ltts~ Hawkins; 2-base hits ThomI .... 2-base hit, DeLaGurra: B ...... Balls off /'P~,; Street.n balls, off ttughes 4, off Duf- Sarr 6; Struck out by Bart" l, Fairbanks 4; II ~'e of-c- Out by Hughes 6 Duffy 8"Tin,e of g ..... 1 hour. I SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. | --raN game 2 h E~: res r.. (urs and 30 minutes Umpire Pickering and Glendye. ~rel-" ~-tekering and Blank. Scorekeeper, A. \V. McDowelL k / "eeper,. A. W. McDowell. ~r Cordon Coleman Stars AVALON BOY SCOUTS | ~n . a lad fourteen years of a*e to Next satttrdav nigh----~, at the city hall ~1~ to the b ' - " ' g | t~: - at w~th the wmmng run at 7 1). m., there will be a Scout meet- | l~it~h~~rd base and one out and face a ing, at which plans for the coming i ~,, er wL i ~tt,~: uo measures six feet four and winter's work will be made. New offi- u ,~ s OVer two hundred otmds, is cers will be elected, and a new Patrol i ~;;rt~.test of ability for a yPoungster organized. I l)l;ty .Is: The kid put on a squeeze- Any boy in Avalon who is twelve ! tt~II the first ball, and failed be- years old or who will be during next | t~ the ball went foul; then, when month, should be present on Friday, if ! ,trasla:tr'kes was called on him, he he wants to join the troop. Some five il ~itl~ u a drive to rizht field and Haw- new Scouts are joining, and this is a i SCOred af i ~ "#o ter the catch, and thatgood time to start. lt Mt tt the game. Without a doubt All Scouts fifteen years old or over ! t~ ~vs Or~e of the most exciting finish- should report for Sea Scout duty at ~t~tI r Witnessed at Wrigley Field, the same time. i[ ~ Without the able assistance of our Games will be played during the first I-'m~ Coleman, both in the field and part of scoutmeet, so be on time. FOR YOUNG AND OLD WITH POOR CIRCULATION HOME TREATMENT BY APPOINTMENT Scientific Sulphur Baths and Swedish Massage, Salt, Oil and Alcohol Rubs~IN YOUR HOME SWEDISH MAssEuR e~'NEFIClAL FOR ~OLOS, RHEUMATISM, NEURITIS AND OTHER AILMENTS MASSAGE AND OIL TREATMt~NT ~PE~|AL FO~ ADDING FLESH ANO STRENGTH SWEEDISH GYMNASTICS FOR HEALTH AND ~TRENGTH 208 East Whittley Avenue Avalon, California Call or Street Opposita Talephone Office Phone for Appointment: 141~-W Between 8 and 10 a.m. or I and 3 pare. Appointments Must be Kept or Paid for. Lzdy Atteudamt PARALYBIB AND NRVOUB TROUBLEB A SPECIALTY