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17, 1930 7611 I. I:RANI]ALL Restorations Bldg. Los Angeles J" PERSKE R RKISH BATHS I ITR CLUB Res. Phone 81 Coffee Shop ,Steamer Pier I ept.) -~ Avalon Calif. S SALES 60. Service. New Ford one. Angeles HEAD arid Waters Free Distributor 124 Sumner Ave, I 0LKS LOOK WELL TIMEs WILL BE TO Hotel SH rld Parlor ARCADE AVENUE Proprietor with your us to send Two dol- memories of PAGE NINE JIM BOTTOMI~Y SOON TO BE MEMBER OF CHICAGO CUBS---~GRIMM IS TO GO (Continued from Page I, Column 3) most valuable man of that season to his team.. Jim has been with the St, Louis Cardinals since 1922, which is just about too long for a ball player to stick in any one place. A change might do him a lot of good, and like- wise do Grimm good, especially if he doesn't stand any too well with the new manager. The first year Bottomly was with St. Louis he hit .325. Since then his marks have been, in succession: .371, .316, .369, .299, .303, 325, .314 and .303, the latter mark being repeated during the season lately closed. You'll note that during this period he suffered several slumps, but always came back to renewed efforts. There is no rea- son for thinking he cannot do the same thing again. It is also stated that the Cubs could easily figure out a trade for Freddie Lindstrom, the Chicago boy now play- ing third base in such convincing fash- ion for the New York Giants of the National League. But there s a .evere stumbhng block in such a possible deal. Lindstrom ,and Hornsby have had severe (lifter- ences, dating back to the year when Hornsby was with the Giants, and was traded over to the Boston Braves, n fromwhich team the Cubs secured | him. . L It is not thought possible thht these differences are of such a character that Rogers at least wouldn't forget them in view of the fact that Lind- stronl is just what the doctor ordered for the Cubs, ar{d doubtless would round out Mr. Wrigley's aggregation in such manner as to make absolute certainty of the 1931 National Leagtm pennant. There's a chance, too, that this deal CHRISTMAS IS COM!N~ ,, The Christmas season is near. The Catalina Islander is prepared to offer its Avalon friends a larger selection of Christmas Cards, Folders, Suggestion Folders, Merchandise Orders, Letter- heads, Envelopes, Checks, Currency Holders, Etcetera than ever before. Come in and look over our samples, or we will have a solicitor call upon you if so requested. Orders given to the Catalina Island- er assist an established business wilich is working every week in the year for the best interests of this Catalina Is- land community. Early orders stand a better chance of being filled from the wholesale houses. Do not delay. f may be consummated before the win- ter is over. Lindstrom is for it. and it would be welcomed by ahnost ev- erybody else--excepting 12Iornsby. t-Ie f may be convinced before long. L AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM Wednesday, Dec. 17--Marilvn Mil- ler Lawrence Gray O. P He~gie and Barbara Bedford in "Sunny;'"a Vita- ) rl " ' " 0- I ho e Act, The SuhsUtute, and a Grantland Rice Sportlight, "Fairwav l Favorites." Thursday, Dec. lg--Reginald Denny and Mmam' "Seegar m "What a Man,, ;;' a Smith alnl Dale comedy, La S s " ,_chnap~,Inc., and a Humanette. Friday, Dec. 19--A James Cruze production, with Olive B~wden and IAowl Hughes in "Hello Sister"" Al- berta Vaughn and A1 C,~oke in a l(ec- ord Breaker comedy, "The Dear Slay- er," and a Hodge Podge, "Medley of Rivers." Saturday, Dec. 20--Edmund Lowe an(l Joan Bennett in "Scotland Yard ;" Charh~ttc Greenwood in a Tuxedo comedy, "Love Your Neighbor," and an Aesop Fable, "Jungle .Jazz." Sunday, Dec. 21--George Bancroft, Jessie l-.andia and William Boyd in "Derelict," (made at the Isthmus; W. C. Fiellls in a comedy, "The Golf S,,ecialist," and a Graham McNatnee Talking,, News. Monday, Dec. 22--Fifi Dorsey, Reg- inald Denny, Cliff Edwards and Yola d'Avril in "Those Three French Girls ;" a Gramercy ccnnedy, "Old Bill's Christmas," and a Grantland Rice Sportlight, "Campus Favorites." Tuesday, Dee. 23--Rod LaRocque, Barbara Stanwyck, William Boyd and Betty Bronson in "Locked Doors;" a Rainbow comedy, "Neat and Tidy," and a News Reel. Wednesday, Dec. 24--Wm. Haines, Leila Hyams, Polly Moran and Cliff Edwards in "Way Out West ;" a Dog- ville comedy, "Hot Dogs," and a Par- amount comedy. --:o:-- Advertise for what you need in the Catalina Islander If you don't take the Catalina Is- lander, tell us the reason why. S. C. I. Co. Laundry Dept. announces that they are now equipped to serve the general public with all classes of laundry work. ean,ng resssng One day Service if Required Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed, $1.00 QUALITY OUAI ANTEED Phone 32 or 105 Work called for and delivered Terms: Cash on Delivery S. J. SMITH, Agent. / JACK SGHOOLFIELD MECHANICAL SERVICE Marine Repairs-Anchora!]es 115 Whittley Ave. Phone 186-J / SHAVER SINCE Special hand-made gaffs, leaders, rod harnesses, etc.. are the choice of world famous big same angler.. Sold by your dealer or, R O Y F. , B S H A Y E R 733 WEST 42ND STREET, LOS ANGELES. Phone Westmore 1160 PRIVATE AMBULANCE H. OVERHOLZER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1719 South Flower Street, at 18th Lady Attendant Los Angeles, California J Tarpon. Tuna Deep Sea or Ocean Reel FOR SALE BY H. D. MacRAE COMPANY, AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND TUFTS-LYONS COMPANY, LOS ANGE'LES B. H. DYAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES NEW YORK HARDWARE TRADING CO., Los Angeles, California OR ANY OTHER DEALER, OR DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER vonl 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK The largest manufacturer of Hand-Made Rods, Reels and Tackle of every description in America. CATALOG NO. 18--172 PAGES__ON REQUEST ESTABLISHED 1867