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PAGE SIX '" THE CATALINA YACHTING NEWS NEW "CENT-A-MILE" SOCIAL AND mE ERI i " --- RAIL FARE OFFERED By Skipper ---- Miss Florence Wi The fine weather of the week-end Another series of "cent-a-mile" of Mexico, niece of Mrs. brought a number of yachts to their roundtrip excursions, featuring a Sun- hamus, was a visitor here - anchorage off the Catalina Island day sale date for the first time, will last week. Yacht Club and in Descanso Bay, be staged by the Southern Pacific "~ among them being the "Westerly," Company on October 9, 10 and 11, at-E. R. Case of th, that fine family power yacht of E.W.cordin~" to announcement. Transportation Co.'s ! Murphy's and there was a jolly partyPlat{s for the forthconfing low-fareleft Monday for a few on board. "Barnacle Bill" and Mrs. offer were made public by E.W. mainland points. Watson with their schooner "Wiletie," Clapp, general passenger traffic mann- Tom May and guests, cruiser "K'- ger for the railroad. The final re- Registratious at the q One Year ............................... Two Dollars Thanga," Murray Vosburg and guests, turn limit, he said, will be Monday,President A. R. Martin \Vm. C. de Mille, WI Six Months .........................One Dollar cruiser "Colorado"; Chester Lyday October 19, giving travelers an ll-dayBruut R. C. ~lankowsk Three Months ..................... Fifw Cenm and gnests, cruiser "Camarada II"; outing from the first date of sale, iu- Single Copies ..................... Five Cents Arthur Morris and guests, power cluding Columbus Day, October 12. Keith' Spalding, W. L. ~ISV-E~~I~--~R~ yacht "Holiday"; Bill Cooper and In conuection with all previous "dol- Grant E,. Dolge Win- Display Advertising $0c per Inch, Each guests, 8-meter sloop "Babe"; the lar day" sales of traiu rides, originat- Chester Conklin, J. jot Insertion. $00 Inches During a Period Newmark boys, 6-meter sloop "Heath- ed by Southern Pacific last spring, Chaffee, E. R. ValentiW of Six Months. $5c per Inch. ,, " "t e phy, D. M. Baker Jr., G er ; Mrs. M. P. Whttaker a ld gu sts, passengers have " beeu required to Liners 10 per Line, Minimum 25e. cruiser "Marguerite"; Mr. and Mrs. start their trips on Thursday, Friday Lewis. E~'tered as Second-Class lffatter Mar~h $1, Geo. McCarthy and guests, cruiser or Saturday, it was pointed out. The "---'-" A4,Underat thethe PostoffiCeAct of Marchat Avalon,s, ltsgLCalif" "Miss Vinn"; M. H. Adamson and inclusion of Sunday, October 11, in the ger~ Shermanof the localCarlislesafewthe guests, power yacht "Malibu"; Max three-day offering of bargain fares, Martin fishing for his marlin from the beginuing Friday, October 9, is ex-"turned from his vacatl speed-boat "Silence," and living onpected to find great favor with persons nesday. He did not retU his cruiser "Sea Lure." planning short trips, ever. Saturday, Septe: Carlisle and Katheryn Howard Hughes and guests, power The territory served by Southern Costa Mesa, were m~1 yacht "Hilda"; Roger Marchitte and Pacific from San Francisco to Ogden, )oseph Schenek were on board. The including Salt Lake City, and from Ana. After spending express cruiser "Blue Moon' of Ben Portland to El Paso is to be covered sojourning iu the nc Meyer was in for a short stay with by the excursion offer, it was stated, couple returned to ~umns of the Ishmder are olin guests of Mr. Meyer. Walter B. ,Arm- As before, the cent-a-mile round trip now residing at 311 L to the general public, on an~ of the fall- strong and guests, cruiser "Edna'; H.transportation will be provided on all -----"- lowing subjects: Local Poliucs and Our- Frank E. Hand, eminent, Fishtnl, Hunting and Cuaping. B. Reticker and guests, cruiser "M.ary trains, coach or Pullman. tternt of local news interest will be Kay"; W. Van E. Thompson, express --~-: o: Ranger, Independent greatlF appreciated, cruiser "Playaday"; cruiser "Senga," TOURIST TRAVEL ters, accompanied by of the Stringfellows with a party of LOOKS PROMISING in Los Angeles last wee CLIPPINGS WILL KEEP young folks on board, to, Can., headquart HISTORY UP TO DATE W.A. Van Brunt over for marlin Encouraging prospects for Southern take part in the , with his express cruiser "Ida M," Earl California's coming winter tourist sea- day of the recently On page one we publish an old- Osborn fishing from his launch "La son arc evidenced by an increased ava- Foresters' Home in time photograph of five anglers whoGaviota"; A. R. Martin fishing from" lanche of inquiries received from all mountains. He was were among the organizers of the Cat- his cruiser "Erna III," and with good parts of the world by the All-Year Santa Fe station by success. Mr. Waldman and son-in-lawClub, requesting winter vacation tra- fellow-lodge members, alina Tuna Club in 1898. According Mr. Brooks, have had good luck withvel information it was announced re- son, Frank E. Hand, to our information now being com- ..... i marlin fisbiug, cruiser "Jiggs, J.R. cently by Presi~lent Sylvester L. Wen- ager. '/'he Supreme C pded for the second edmon of W n- dle's History of Catalina Island,? the Giddings is resting from the season'sver of Southern California's national llormerly a resident of anglers are, reading from left to right, fishing, but his yac'ht "Creel" is still tourist advertising organization, r any friends here. [~r. H. K. Macomber, E. L. I)oran, at her moorings, as is the cruiser "More than 90,000 families a year "-----'::/" Secretary T. S. Manning, President "Girl Friend" of Tay GarneR. write the All-Year CLub in response BOY scOLIT5 Dr. Chas. F. Holder and .F, itch Dewey. The Brearly's left foe" home after to our national advci'tisiug campaigns ~ e The first edition of "W~indle's His- spending the summer on board their and last July vacation travel inquiries Scout meeting WaSoutscall0], tory" was placed on sale last week. cruiser "Westwind" at The Isle with showed an increase of 17.3 per cent at 7:30 p.m. The Sc . We have many old-time photographs a Smile, and they expressed them- over 1930 and last month the total officers, as follows: Harry that are of historical interest, illustra- selves delighted with their stay and showed an increase of 14.2 per cent ior Patrol Leader; Claaf2~ tions that we could not use in the regretted very much to leave. W.H. over the corresponding period of last ban, Scribe. Patrol le.~,uc~ first edition owing to lack of space. Mead and Art Sanger arrived for a year," said Mr. Weaver. elected, They arc: Bill t These photographs will be published few days visit, coming over on board "This itacreased avalanche of inquir- Peterson. The Scouts .~ in the Catalina Islander from time to Mead's cruiser "Idol Ours"; Mx. and ies received from all parts of the gantes after which the in adjourned ..... la~, time.' Cut them out and add them to Mrs. Hugh Chaffee, cruiser "Una C'."globe all requested winter vacation Charles McClan" the booklet that has already been Other yachts at anchor in Avalon travel information and eopies of the .o./,.j65 published. Keep your hist6ry up to and Descanso Bays were the "U. R. All-Year Club winter itinerary, 'One BASE"B~&LI~ ~"TAN0m 2"'of Lee Phillips, "Good Will," Keith Month in Southern California This date. ~: o : ------- Spalding, "Vanitie" Mr. Ross ; "Gal- Winter'." Pacific Coast ~ FISHERMEN PAY FINE loping Fish," C. Conklin; "Samoor," __:..------- .__ Major Mankowski; "Myomy," Judge YACHT DAMAGED (Final Fleming; "Francis Pat," "Navigator,". D. M. Baker Jr., "Marlin," Ralph Hey- Lazard Lippman brought his big wood. sloop "Talayha" in to I~s Angeles Win. E. Smith arrived for the first Harbor for drydocking Friday, after trip with his newly acquired family striking a submerged boat off Potato cruiser "La Jots," with a party of Harbor Wednesday. He believed it friends and his son Junior ou board,might be one of the fishing boats un- Mr. Smith made a short Visit and re-accounted for since spring, but dam- Captain F. Nakumura of the com- mercial fishing launch "Standard," and Captain Geo. Stanovieh of the com- mercial fishing launch "Pacific," ap- peared in the Catalina justice court to plead guilty to a violation of Section 636 of the Penal Code, last Friday. The defendants were fined in the stim of fifty dollars each. Attorney A. Ek- dale Of San Pedro represented the de- fendants and Deputy District Attor- ney Clarence Hunt of Long Beach prosecuted the fishermen. COTTON STATIONERY USED FOR ISLAND MAP We 'have been asked several times where the cotton stationery used for printing the map in "Windle's History of Catalina Island" was obtained. It was purchased from The Fulton Cot- ton Mills, Atlanta, Ga. The product is the same as that used for station- ery by the William Wrigley Jr. Co. of Chicago, and is made front southern cotton. The company stationery car- ries the slogan "Cotton for Gum." SHRINERS WILL HOLD CEREMONY ON ISLE The annual fall pilgrimage and cere- monial of AI Malaikah Temple of Shriners, will be held at Catalina Is- land on Saturday and Sunday, the 17th arid 18th inst. A special boat wilt leave the Catalina terminal at Wil- mington at 9:45 a.m. the. 17th inst. A golf touruameut is scheduled for Sat- urday afternoon, with the ceremonial the same night. It will be a stag af- fair. turned home. The three masted schooner "Mary Pinchot," owned by Harvey Bissell, a well known yachtsman, arrived at San Pedro from the East coast a few days ago. Word has been received by Edson Schock, the well known naval archi- tect that H. T. Horton, owner of the 80-foot ketch "Vileehi," had recently put in at Suva, South Sea Islands on her two-year 'round the world cruise with Mr. Horton's family on board. The "Vileehi" is a sturdy craft and powered with a ll5-h.p. Sterling nm- tor for auxiliary power anti was de- signed by Mr, Schock. S $ S The 6-meter sloop that is to be built by a syndicate contposed of members of the Los Angeles Yacht Club will be constructed by rhe Wihnington Boat Works at their yards in Wihnington. Another Secret Is Out The pleasure a player gets from football does not come from the cheers of the crowds or the adulation of friends. The real joy comes from the game itself--from the hard, rugged, bodily contact, the self-imposed ordeal of rigid training, and the team play.- American Magazine. age to his keel precluded further in- vestigation. When a wiud struck Monday night, the "Talayha" dragged anchor, and Julius Valdez, sailing master, was tits- patched for shore in a lauuch to pick up two guests who had been hunting wild boar. Seas piled over th, e launch, disabled the launch, and Valdez es- caped in a skiff, being picked up later, as was the launch by the "Talayha." Lippman reported the new govern~ ment lighthouse at the east end of Auacapa Island, which he is construct- ing, will be completed within thirty days. It comprises a dozen buildings, powerhouse, radio compass station~ electric light plant and water works. A few female deer possessing ant- lers are taken by 'hunters every year. Why is it? Scientists and naturalists apparently have not furnished very much information on the subject. But members of the Division of Fish and. Game have just captured a live doe with antlers and every effort is going to be made to discover why nature has placed head adormnents on just a select few of the gentler sex. The doe is now in a pen at Alum Rock near San Jose and she will remain there until somewhat tame. Our Adlet Column helps. Try it. San Francisco .608, I~S Oakland .539, Portlant~ wood .490, Sacramento .420, Mission .411. As Hollywood won the split season, coast champiouship that club and San of the second half. between them was to night (Tuesday). ADVERTISING'S STUDIEO Assurance that con by department ly and appreciated in a merchandising. cently by students tn merchandising, Un California, under Ada C. Hohne, profes~ ising at S. C, The that a marked percen ers first read the nc departing on a shopF Evening practice of teer fire department casion of interest to are surprised at the from the hydrants This is because the voir is located well level--on the mesa house. The results of th the Los Angele' 79,180 active 768,302.84 on deposit per account of $22.33.