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'rlE CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE THREE ~ll00p NO. ONE OF AVALON h IIOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 'U I ~10n Monday of~ast week at scout ~r'~..h~-~O~l]~ ! n O r L i ne / nae~tiag, scouts of troop one chose EMBROIDERY ....... [ b.._es for their new patrols as fol- ~,vs: "The Flyine Ea le" atrol con PACKAGE OUTFITS You will find a good selection ] Slstin~, ot , '~ ~ g ' P - ~ of / j~Uts,Jeff Cowen, FrancisFeltrop, "~"~{~:?~" / ~eo k~arlson, Max Patterson and ~ ew Package floods ~, rge Lander. "The Ran Patrol," ."~erm Hoover l)atrol leader aml Seattle won the championship of the From No. 432 to No. SOl / ~Uts Arthur Rentn Bert Scott, Ed- Pacific Coast t3aseball League for _ar Harrison Fred Clark and Good- having won 109 games and lost 91. discontinued, On sale at [ 1924 on a very ,ow pe,'centage--.. 4. , ,rc ,o,,s ,o t e,o / '~an Hall. ' A Patrol contest is on which )rom- Cedric I)urst will remain with the ~Ses k - - , I [ two een competition between theseLos Angeles "Angels" for another ~ One--half Price Patrols season. / ~eVer ' " e~ aJ cub scouts will De old The Sacramento Club has bought ] ~"tlgh to become sconts this month. Pitcher Ray Keating from Los Ange- The Avalon y floods Co. tqlllOng them are Eric Cliff and Ro- les. J uert ~vVoodson. Hugh Bedient, pitcher for Portland, t,ht Sea Scout meeting last week, has been sold to the Atlanta, Georgia, [StPes of boats were studied and rules club. HAPPY RED DON'T MOB THE UMPIRE ~t the road reviewed. By E. ~ MacMarlatt Baseball is governed by rules. The a~ ans for the scout trip to Baldy , SPORT NOTES rules themselves provide for umpires ~rre made. The "SCOUTS will leave Av- ___ I am htmting the road to happiness, t'I ta I)eeember 13th and go to Camp The t asadena Athletic Club has ac- ~?rltington, the l'asadena Districtcepted the dates for the first Women's tF~ut camp. They will leave there National Amateur Track Meet, to be ~vil~ Say early Sunda' morning, and held in the Rose Bowl there and in tl 'Spend Sunday Monday and Tues- the Coliseum in Los Angeles the third ~a~.in the mountains, returning to l~lr. week in June, 1925. 4_ulsn's home in Glendale on Tues- I'm not quite sure, but I think ~ night, and to the Island on Wed- In Los Angeles, Saturday, the Uni- U~Sday, December 17. versity of Southern California foot- -~Ir. Robison has planned a very in- ball team defeated Syracuse, N. Y., Seeking my heart's desire. Life's hapl)iness is my longing; 1 seek it everywhere. I have looked to the north, I have looked to the south, And looked both east and west. Now, I'm seeking it on this beautiful Island of pleasure and rest. And I think I have found it. I will soon let you kuow. It's in the sun's afterglow. '~resting trip, one that will be full every minute of fun and pleasure. He "~ tr ' . . '~,L. Yang to secure a b~g stone cabin, "t!lch has a huge fireplace in it. t..8It" Robison, Sr., will also go on the %, and will help in giving the scouts good time. "I'UNA FISHING AT NOVA SCOTIA University by a score of 16 to 0. ALFRED REEVES CAUGHT BASS BARRACUDA AND MACKEREL Los Angeles, California. November 22, 1924. Editor Catalina Islander: In response to your request for a true story of the first or largest fish I ever caught in Catalina waters, the following is nay effort: In May of 1924, the wife and I New York, January 25, 1924. ~ly clear Mr. -- trooped over in the r%,'ular way, and . Your note of the 23rd instantregistered at the St. Catherine for a ~ieeeived, and in answer will say that few days. One afternoon we requis- itioned" "Yellowtail John" for a trip inStl;ted Tuna fishing off Nova Scotia to the fishing waters, in quest of any- se 911, using 3(l-thread line. In that "thing that wouht bite at bait. At the hrason I hooked fourteen fish, andtime the tuna were not running. John Oke six lines These line~ were made took us out about four or five miles, ~rl the other side and came in 200-yd. and wc cruised around, but without a ~rlgths. I had two splice(t tdgether by strike, when John decided, anti we ~Y boatman but in no case did theyagreed, the water (or the weather) was a bit too rough, and we put about ureak at the splice, to return. In 1912 and 1913, I used Asha- Coming into tbe bay, and near the ay lines No 36 300-yd lengths and pier, 1 let nay line drop over the side n ' '" ' ' just for the fun of the thing, and it L of these lines were broken by fish, ~%ke(t by the Hon E. R. Drummond, trailed a short distance behind the ~N., boat.Anti then came a strike, which Dtlgmore Radclyffe and myself. developed into a decis;ve run, and on ~. e had one No. 39-thread, 30(l-yd. reeling in--a ten pound barracuda. ~e, which was the last line used in Hastily throwing in our lines again, we caught in quick succession five f913 by Duglnore and he held a fish big barracttda, seven big mackerel, and {)r . ' . . . tL Over six hours, finally losing tt, by four big white bass; all in the bay .e line breaking, close to the pier. And the next morning I went out on the small pier which juts out from the hotel grounds, and dropped a hand line from the end and caught a nine- pound bass. I can only say, in conclusion, many may go further and fare worse. Best wishes Yours faithfully, Alfred Reeves P.S. Am quite interested in fishing and hope to have a try for the gamier and bigger ones next season. Several large rocks tumbled into the Pebbly Beach road during the rain Sunday. They did not damage the road and were removed immediately In 1914 the late Mr. W. C. Schen catne up, and we both used 9"thread lines. He agreed with me that it was ridiculous to use any small- er line than 39 on Nova Scotia Tuna. I admit that from now on my ambition is to land one of our Tuna % a 24-thread. I have now some of these lines in 500-yd. lengths, and with OUr method of fishing off Nova Scotia, rising the light skiff with one boatman %ly, one may bring to gaff a 500-lb. tuna, but it will mean some hours of ~l~etience and endurance on the part of fisherman, as you could not "scrap" With a fish of that size with such aafter the rain stopped. araall line. I believe J. K. L. Ross uses Bear in mind the great patriotic ag"thread lines altogether; but he picture at the Strand Theatre next fights his fish from start to finish. Sunday. It is "America," a D. W. I only give this as my opinion. Griffith production. Kindest regards, Very sincerely, "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs are L. D. Mitchell. on sale at Windle's News Stand.. Mixup Somewhere "I don't think your philosophy log- ical." "Why not ?" "You say that every man is sent into the world for a Imrpose--that be has certain work to do." "Yes. that I believe." "And then you go right on and say that there is no man here that the world can't get along without." Renew your subscription to The 2atalina Islander, $2 per year. whose duty it is to uphold them. Suppose when an unapire makes a decision which the members of one team don't like, they could vote to override his decision and do as they pleased ? Suppose when he decides a player has violated a rule, the player could change the rule and put the umpire out of business merely by violating it the second time? How long would baseball last if the players were permitted to "rag" the umpire and reverse his decisions? It would degenerate into a rough house, respected by nobody, and avoid- ed by all clean sportsmen. You cannot have orderly baseball or any other decent sport without rules and an umpire whose decisions are obeyed.--Berkeley Courier. f |i WHY NOT spend your winter at Catalina Island? Une- qualled climate, good hotels, furnished houses at reasonable rates; stores, schools, churches; hiking, swimming, riding, golf, tennis; only 3a, hours from Los Angeles; BUT--notice this, phase--no rattling, banging street noises at night, and you do not perpetually have to dodge automobiles, either day or night. A safe place for children. Try it out for yourself. Xmas Will Here A few suggestions for your Christmas New Year New Crop Walnuts Imported Dates. California White Figs California Cluster Raisins New Crop Softshell Almonds Navel Oranges, Extra Fine New Crop Brazil Nuts Also a full line of Staple Groceries and Baked Goods from Our own Modern Ovens. Bakery .., Cash Grocery SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. 2 Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish Specialty