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INA ISLANDER | BUT TAKES BEATING s | T~ ,~aalng on t'artof Home i -" GiVes Visitors Victory-- | <t Rematehed Sunday |"the b,.O0Ugh Cecil Cruz hurled one of l%un,;st,games of his career on the I S~Mas '"~or the Glendale White Sox |alia_ ~' Milton Patrick's famous Ca~- *Island Cubs too t~ | a se.-- k a 2 to 1 verdict lithe / usattonal game at Glendale, says | l~0tgs Angeles Examiner, Monday: ~ |~ wi~do~ the Cubs' runs were scored | Ia ea " eaves by Glendale infielders. ~1 |~t,, ell of the second and third in- " me Island 0 ! % ._ ers snueezed I ~ tak:-- ~ over a | ~ld;~. mg advantage of the erratic i i ~dt[_"g..n .the part of the Pale Hose. i i llie'~,~h.'S Important inning Cruz and i ! the a~qate Sox defensive turned back !l sl~.fsaults of the powerful Island hbu~t~teh:ts re~t~':r:~'y; I eadale, s lonetall w s sh d i _r~ss i- -" y a ove I t2ru, a the fifth frame on a walk to hit ~ a sa.erifice and a slashing base ~t ~Y Charley Dora n This sum ;~at d" a . e- t~aa r~SlCneerted the hundred Cata- Itetty.0ters who came over on the alter,~, to witness the contest, but l'Iu~g"ms momentary weakening Harry I~'~ds,. Who replaced Didier on the ha(l~ tor the Cubs, settled down and th% ~ further trouble until the ninth, livery Wo hits were nicked off his de- ! 'he a I was brought to a heart- | Mle "s Climax in the Glendale ninth | t~h,3el~ Young, who had singled | b,s'~au third with but one out and %% ~ught off third in an attempt to ,~reat ;~me on a squeeze play. The uritl.: me will undoubtedly result in t~?~t]~seset] a72t G: eub~ al et?g e t h e r !lah~;:l~,-- , CATALINA CUBS teland Pos. AB R H O ................... s 0 0 0 0 .................... 4 L%r~, It. ' ................ 4 0 0 8 ~l~soa "~;: ................ 4 0 1 2 o ~ll'.~llls 'rf"u ............. 2 0 0 2 40 9ig ,o. ' ................ 0 , o qt~hr, p ...................... 4 0 0 8 20 ...................... 1 0 0 , 0 "1' "" ................... 2 0 0 0 1 ~tal .... 0 ..................... 2 s2z 9 ' Nt,^LE WHITE sox po .R 0"0 ei ..................... , 0. . ................... 2 0 , , .................. 4 0 0 0 0 ~. ;~'u~, 31~ ................. 401 190 !'t~l~~ "_ .................. 3 0 0 0 I~1~, ~", ................. 401421 '13. " ..................... 4 0 1 4 1 0 '/' ....................... 3 1 0 0 1 0 ~tal ..... ........................ 27 I 4 27 20 3 o SCORE BY INNINGS ~% I 2 3 4 5 6 7..8 9 ale ...................... 011000000--2 ....................... 000010000--1 !~i~'s-s~,, SUMMARY fT~it.ched--By Didier 4 2-3; Hughs, ~;.'~"~, O-base hit P Youn Bases "on tqlol. ",t , , g- " 4 .ek ... Did er 6" Hughes 2 Cruz 2 ' U~p"ir~'-BY f)idier, 1; Hughes, 6; Crizl '~1. es~"Leischner andO'Connor. : tle ~ k . i ~11 ew York Giants of the Nat- seeutiveague have for the fourth con- l~. e li~rlc won the league cham- qShip. It ~ Is reported that the Portland lta~f the Pacific Coast baseball ~ e Will d ~[~.~.,o tts spring training at ",e~a. CATALINA YANNIGAN TEAM FAlL TO STOP WESTINGHOUSE When Bill Doran left last Sunday for Glendale he picked a ball club to protect the good name of Catalina-- they did their best but could not stop the Westinghouse Electrics--look at the score and weep: CATALINA YANNIGANS Player and Pus. AB R H O A E Crandall, cf.-p ............. 4 0 1 0 G 0 Pickering, ss ............... 5 1 l 2 4 2 Packman, c ................. 4 0 2 10 0 1 Alexander, p.-ef ......... 4 0 .2 0 3 I Mickey Ahern, 2b ..... 3 0 0 1 4 1 Moricich, If ................. 5 0 0 0 0 0 Patello, 3b ................... 5 1 2 1 4 2 Sisto, rf ....................... 3 2 0 1 0 0 I)ummer, lb ................. 4 0 0 12 0 0 Shumaker, .................... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total ........................ 37 4 8 27 15 7 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRICS Player and Pus. AB R H O A E Betts, c ......................... 6 1 1 17 1 0 Brown, If ..................... 6 3 3 I 0 0 Scott, cf ...................... 6 1 2 0 0 0 Putts, 3b ....................... 6 2 3 0 2 0 Knost, 2b ..................... 6 2 1 1 2 3 Parker, ss ..................... 5 1 1 1 1 1 Berger, lb ................... 5 2 4 6 0 0 Pudor, p ....................... S 1 1 0 l 1 Hickey, rf ................... 5 1 1 1 0 0 Total ........................ 50 14 17 27 7 5 SCORE BY INNINGS 1234567_89 l~;lectrics ........................ 005 (I .52101--14 Yannigans .................... 000010300-- 4 SUMMARY Two base hits, Putts, Berger; 3-base hits, Patello, Brown 2; Home run, Brown; Base on balls off Pudor 2; Struck out by Pudor, 15, Alex. 6, Crandall 3; Double play Ahren to Dummer; Uml~ires Frank Roadhouse and Five Watts. Scorer, A. N. Payette. AVALON BOY SCOUTS RECEIVE HIGH HONOR Last Thursday night at a session of the Pasadena District Council Court of Honor, held in the beautiful lodge room of the Pasadena Elks Club, Scout Theodore Sierks, of Sea Scout Ship No. l, Avalon, received his star scout badge, which is the second to the highest rank attainable in scouting. He also led in the salute to the flag. Skipper H. Benjamin Robison also received merit badges at the Court of Honor, At scout meeting last Saturday night the beautiful set of code flags recently presented to the Sea Scouts by the Catalina Island Yacht Club and their friends, were used, and a number of leffers were learned. The scouts find these b.eautiful flags very interesting. Next week-end a trip will be taken, and all scouts should take the oppor- tunity to go if possible. Mr. Robison will be in charge. Senior Patrol Lea- der Malcolm Renton and Coxswain John Miuney are making arrange- ments. Any information concerning the trip can be obtained from them. THE BLUE BIRDS Last Saturday morning the Blue Bird group went for a short hike to the Summit, under the leadership of Miss Myrtle Gibson. After eating their lunch they enjoyed a few hours fun, then returned to Avalon about 3 p. in. Ten girls were present. Next Saturday afternoon all Blue Birds are requested to meet at 336 Whittley ayenue at two o'clock sharll. Register NOW for the presidential election, every one who desires to vote on November 4th should register this week. Don't put it off or you may lose your vote. And did you ever think of it, that your vote might determine the result of the election? Register NOW ! Fresh Answer Sunday School Teacher--Now what happened to Lot's wife when she turn- ed and looked back ? Bright Boy--It went hard with her, miss.--Boston Transcript. PAGE THREE / - _----_- , The fact that the Catalina Island Yacht Club affords yachtmen a safe and convenient place to land when they arrive in Avalon bay has caused many of them to continue to come for a week-end stay, and as they become familiar with the club's facilities there will be many more yachts coming over from the mainland during the winter months than heretofore. Captain Milton Hesselberger and party, aboard his yawl Mollilou, en- joyed a fast trip over and spent the week-end at his moorings off the yacht club. Captain Ed W. Murphy and friends enjoyed several days at Avalon and Johnson's Landing on board his crui- ser Corsair. While at the yacht club he had the pleasure of exploring the distances with that wonderfully power- ful binocular telescope the club pos- sesses, saying it was the most power- ful one he had ever looked through, and that he thought Mr.Whittellmade the club a fine present when he gave it such a wonderful telescope. Captain W. W. Pedder, ex-connno- dore of the Santa Barbara Yacht Club, was a guest at the yacht club :'during the week-end with his family, coming aboard his fine schooner yacht Diablo. Commodore Butcher of the Santa Barbara Yacht Club came down and joined Commodore Pedder for a cruise to Santa Barbara. Captain Otto G. Wildey, ex-commo- dore of the Los Angeles Yacht and California Yacht Clubs, and party, en- joyed a fast sail over from the main- land last week-end for a few days cruising about the Island. His schooner yacht Katenda is fast and very com- modious. In Commodore Wildey's crew was that only and original sea- going Irish lad, L. M. Charles, owner and skipper of Minerva, a fast sailing yawl and a wonderful haml at any- thing aboard a sailing yacht. Ex-Commodore Dan Laubersheimer, family and friends, were visitors at the yacht club over the week-end, from aboard the Ortona. Dan is the sea- going sailor of the old crowd, and you never see him without his shirt-tall outside his trousers and a silken belt around his waist. Captain Harry C. Fisher, owner aud skipper of that speedy R boat came over from the mainland to sail his yacht Peggy back home, having left her here for several days in charge of his man. Captain Fisher is a deep sea sailor and a Corinthian yachtsman of the old school, tie has owned and sailed schooners, yawls, cats, even got into the speed-boat game with the Miss Long Beach, and now is racing R boats, and he holds many records and trophies. Captain Fisher is to leave for the Atlantic coast this /all to purchase a large schooner yacht, for he loves the deep water stuff. Dr. George M. Fairfield and wife (Continued on Page i0, Column 1) IN OUR STORE AND TAKE HOME A FEW Bottles of East Side FOR YOUR LUNCH OR YOUR PICNIC We Sell it by the Bottle. Dozen or Case --.ALSO ON THE ISLAND Bakery and Cash Orocery SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. 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 BENEFICIAL FOR COLDS, RHEUMATISM, N~URITIE AND OTNIrR AILMENTS MASSAGE AND OIL TREATMENT OI~EClAL FOR ADDING FLEEH AND STRENGTH EWEEDISN GYMNASTICS FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH Z08 East Whitfley Avenue Avalon, California Call or Street Opposite Telephone Office Phone for Appointment: 145-W Betweeu 8 and 10 a.m. or I and 3 p.m. Appointment~ Must be Kept or Paid for. Lady Attendant PARALYSIS AND NERVOUS TROUBLES A SPECIALTY