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October 8, 1924

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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE THREE Club last week-end, and when he came f a..hor a,d - s--" $ #S .-" -: - ~, ":--" ~ larger broadbill, and thonght a trip to ~- d .i N I ~ ~ ..' early one morning he shoved off. Let _=--- = - : - &Y J' us hope he win be successful. .~.,,:v~.~-.~ ~ ~- ~" i ~ !~ /A ..... S.T..alien, president of the Encino _-: -= '. / Corn, try Ch,b, has purchased the eru - -- - "--- a~a-- ~ ser Helen Mc., and is now numbered -= -=-~= - ~3 m = = ---~ ~~ among the regular members of the fX{~ny islander~essed the defeat Catalina [slal,d Yacht Chlb. mep, o_" e Catalina Cubs at the hands of ~=~-=~ ~ * * * * * * %~n.-I';dale \Vhite Sox Sunday after- Cal,tain J. T. l)iekson, ownerand t%ff hen the reinforced Glendale ~/ ~ skil,t,er of that very comfortable and ,1,h Won 6 to 0. speedv aux-scbooner Jubilo, arrived off ~ell e Splendid pitching of Dick' Bun- ~~ the vacht club Saturday with a jolly Sash.who has been pitching for Kan- party of young people aboard, for a 1. t.tty, was the featme of the am ~eel~i~g ,t. " ~g e, stay of several days. Among the party ,4.1ao0. 'he Cubs down to four hits. was Fox Case, yachting editor of the the -er newl ac ' Sec etarv E(1 Abbott of the Catalina Los Angeles Herald, who by the way andtheway togo Q]e " Y qmred member of ndaleteam was h0 hao~ Ray French, Island Yacht Club has been busy theis becoming an expert sailorman, ac- Southern Pacific service ~a~^ ,Y oeen plavin~ with the Chi past week getting things ready for the cordimz to 1)ickson, as he now is fa- ~;e.WhReSox thisyear, who alsowinter season for the yachtmen. The miliar with most of the deep-sea terms fulfills your going away It :a wOnderful showing at short.Chlb's ttoat is now ashore at Pebbly that Captain Dickson throws at him expec'tat/ons. gar%Was the Glendale aggregation's Beach, and a new system for landingwhile under way and handling the Join the thousands who less ,L"rung the start but never-the- is being completed at the clubhouse. A many lines aboard the little ship. Keep le ,.e Cubs ' , have learned to rely upon .ttln~, aplayed all the wa3, neverswinging gang-way has been rigged, soat it Fox, you will be able before long hee ~tu~wn for a minute, e')en in the that the attendant, (Mack) E. A. Mac to know how to splice the main brace. Southe,n Pacific in the ~" ~lefeat Marlatt, whom the secretary will leave whole matter of tramper. 1'he following is the score: in charge while he is away, can raise The auxiliary steam yacht Seadrift tation. owned t33' C. S. Somerville of Los An- ~%e"l~lltyer andCATALINAp CUBS itingr lowerclnbitmembers,fOr the convenienCeso that theyf mayViS- geles, arrived at Greenport, New York,tThe comfort, safety, con. ~cl.' of. os. AB R H O A E October 2, thirteen days overdue, on veBign~ and widescopeof u%s, lf." ................... 4 0 0 4 0 0 land safely. According to Secretary ~r'.~, 3b .................... 4 0 0 4 1 0 her maiden trip from Cowes England. ., " ~a~.%, l~ ..................... 4 0 0 1 1 0 Abbott the clubhouse will remain in ....... , . S uth rn Pamfic servtce ,ehafl s, rf.' .................. 4 0 2 5 1 0 .~lt~r, ss .................... 3 0 0 i o 1 commission all the year. ~ne yacht na~ eleven passengers m- ~ .---~ - * * * * eluding several wealthy Californians. .~ _1 r r :/,::::::::::::::::::::::: o " ' mau, e r ormmoreroyou ~i~~s, ~ .................. [[ 20 0 4 0 1 James W. Jump, president of the ~ l:/'l, an any oi;fl,er j01"~ oj" 1) 1 r ..... - ................... 2 0 1 1 o o Tuna Club and commodore of the Cat- At Los Angeles harbor on Sunday fTan$~~, ' ~. , ." ...................... ~ o o ~ o o "rot ....................... 0 0 0 0 0 0 alina Island Yacht Club, left for theHarry .... Fisher sailed his R boat Peggy t~ommtmlea~t~tnanTd__________________~mt~ern ....... als..'2 ................... ao 0 4 24 7 ' 3 mainland aboard his cruiser Ranger to a wm m the Callforma Sports tro- q~aci~c agent for co~rteoN$, 1)~"l~l'yeruLl~NDALga WHITE SOX last Saturday forenoon having just phy race, over a twelve-mile triangular a~s~ra~era~dL~forw~mffmm~ ~~n, c~.d Pus. AB R H O A g returned from a fishing trip to Santacourse, in 3 honrs, 14 minutes. OtherF.S. McGINNIS, Asst. Pass. Trail% Mgr. r Pacific Electric Bldg Los Angeles qaMt , ss .................. 2 1 1 2 0 0 }r~.~, 1i .................... 4 t 0 I 2 0 Crnz Island the day before. "No fish,"boats came in in the following order: " ' ', ~.~,~on, it .................. 4 2 2 ~0 0 0 Angels, Patrieia, Debra, California, ~'l~al-lL~-- }hie[~ung '," ............... 4 1 1 3 0 0 said he; "so home for 1he." ~. }~s,, al~ ............... 3 0 o 0 , 0 * * * * * * Lady V., and Machree. ~t~UlilCI~ ~II~ Iltlg, 'rl ................. 4 1 1 0 1 1 ~O~ll~" "" ............... 2 0 0 1 1 0 Captain Milton Hesselbergerand wife "Does your husband spend as much D,.~ICI~ .,,~ , ,, .................. 2 o 1 ~0 3 0 arrived off the clubhouse last week- 'l~baaC ................ 2 0 1 0 1 0 tim as ,he used to do with his fishing II-~glll[l~lili,ll~l~ ~,. -.~. rf ......... 2 0 1 0 0 0 end for a stay of several days aboard ~als ....... tacMe ? I * ""~ ................. 29 6 8 27 9 1 their yawl Mollilou. "No. He's mostly in the cellar now', - 8CORE BY INNINGS * * * * * * nmking home brew." Subscribe now--S2.00 per year. ~,ttalir~.., 1 2 3 4 5 6 7..8 9 Port Captain "Bill" Warmington ar- ................. o o o 0 0 o o o 0-- o rived at the clubhouse with a stag .: .............. oo000 , VourSt tff Life h^~- " SUMMARY party of young fellows. Bill informed !i!2~))~i--__v~H~wdi ~.Hu~!s~./~D,ns~c~ the secretary that they had a most enjoyable trip across the channel and Of I,~:. I'll~h_; D 11, 3" i3 .... eli~'3. Struck ~t-- ~Seh~ereS{ 2; Dill I; Bonnelly, 8. Umlnres that his cruiser t3illedick made the trip rid Selfert Time 1"50 in record time; that they were to Utll /) ....... . . 1 " " %, Oran should be 'ixen nmch cruise upto Jobnsons Landing and From toast at breakfast to a before-bedtime bite, bread is the impor- mt t g" tant food of every meal. That Is why it has been cal ed the staff t2~bs ~or tbe splendid showing the have a real outing swimming and fish- of life." Upon its wholesomeness and nourishment depends to some ~an,. ave made this year and the ing and knocking aboutfor several extent your health and well-being. Be sure the bread you eat at every have~bthrdling games that the public days before going home. meal every day comes from HOOVER'S BAKERY. Then you can , , , , , , be sure that it is as good as it looks and as wholesome as it is pus- % tl-v.en privileged to witness. It is sible for us to make it. the ~uut)t due to his ability to handle AI Christie, accompanied byseveral at C~ea.n} that many games were wonstag members of his company, arrived COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR BARGAINS ~talina. off the vacht club last Friday, aboard GET OUR PRICES 'Ph~ ~ ' his cruiser Apache, and tied up to his h~.. DUblic at large is interested in moorings for a stay of several days. SOMETHING SPECIAL ALWAYS ON SALE ~%all, f_ ~rar~a, rum the little chap to the They will cruise around the Island !slaldta~her, and the Santa Catalina where they can enjoy the quietness Hoov..'r Bakery ..0 Cash 0rocery '~Iilt ~ ornPany, Manager Renton and necessary to concentrate on the com- th~ f~ftn.ek and those responsible for pletion of a wonderful new play Mr. SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. thfir"~tahna Cubs, shoukt know that Christie is to soon start work on. H%.eroarrts, as well as those of the * * * * * * ", are greatly appreciated. Mr. Murray Vosburg and party of ~l~,~ltar '~of Mary Williams % ti~aUrsday afternoon at 2:30. Be %%at" f' It. Ott, who was recently l}r ,. eu 1.1t3011 I,%';%Vering for apendicitis, is slow- . She was remm'ed to mgeles Monday afternoon. l~t~ Quidin%er the electrician who ~leet~eea connected with the Avalon I haft WOrks for many years, received ]'her~ tall Monday, breaking his hip. lt~ th~ not yet being proper appratus ~eh ~ meal hospital for treatment of ~.. ~t ease, he was removed to Los ~1~$ stag friends, anmng them being Mr. Morgan Adams, came to anchor off the yacht club last Saturday evening aboard Mr. Vosburg's deep-sea cruiser Colorado, they having been on a cruise to San Clemente Island on a fishing and hunting trip. Mr. Adams is the owner of that very fast schooner Hen- rietta, is a member of the Catalina Is- land Yacht Club, and said he was go- ing to secure the aplflicatlons for mem- mership to the club of everyone aboard the Colorado-and when he says things like that he usually lands them. * * * * * * Harry J. 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