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PAGE TWELVE 'i You will get as much pleasure asthe children from a trip through our and it will be a great help when it comes to filling the stocking. Shopeady shopnow CATALINA HARDWARE COMPANY PHONE 400 125 METROPOLE AVE. 0 t PHOENIX duI-SHEER SILK HOSIER gift of enduring Io ,ehness Hosiery is always an accept- able gift--but whet they're Phoenix dul-Sheol, the gift is important indeedl And, there is a reason Chiffon so sheer as to be almost ar, illusion~ Shades of indescribable love- liness a new strength at- tGined by tightly twisted threads, increase their wear and achieve that misty dull ap. pearance which --in PHOENIX-- is there to stayl A gift of importance? Well--rather! Chiffon and Semi-Service Weights HEYWOOD'S, 118 Stunner Avenue, opposite Atwater Hotel [] SAN FRANCISCO YACHT "VALIANT" DESTROYED (Continued from Page 1, Cohmln 1) T. I. Vatland wasknocked uncon- scious at the time of the explosion, but soon recovered and aided in the rescue work with the use of two ten- ders that were in the water when the explosion occurred. When the "Valiant" glided to its anchorage opposite the Hotel St. Catherine last Wednesday, it was re- garded as one of the most luxurious private yachts in Pacific Coast wat- ers. Painted black, the craft had the graceful lines of a "black swan." Mr. Howard is a member of the St. Fran- cis Yacht Club of San Francisco. ---:o:-- HIGH SCHOOL SUGAR LOAF C,mtinued from Page 5, Column 2 "B's" IN VICTORY OVER HAMILTON By Robert Coleman In what turned rut to be an easy victory, the Avalon High "B" team sh~wed their heels to a fast Hamilton team in a thrilling basketball game Saturday, December 13th. Time after time the Avalon team penetrated the Hamilton defense to score. The final score was 10-5. During the second half the Avalon team was not scored upon. Hamiltcn put up a good fight but there was never any doubt in the minds of the spectators as to the out- come of the game. The Avalon team is being coached this year by Frank Fehrop. Frank is taking a part time course at the set, eel. He is to be given a gvod deal of credit, as the team showed up in good form. There are high hopes of the "B" team win- ning the league championship this year. They are going to play I~ng Beach Poly as soon as the Christmas vacation is over, and if they are going to win they want supl)ort, and lots of it by adults :is w,ll as students. The "B" squad consists of Andy Hernandez, Maggie Hernandez, Jesus Reyes. Robert Coleman and Billy err forwards; Roland Feltrop, Nicky Gar- cia and Billy Wish, guards; Sam Her- nandez and Bob Dunkle, centers The line ups: Avalon--Andy Hernandez, rf; Mag- gie Hernandez, lf; Sam Hernandez, c; Nicky Garcia, rg; R. Feltrop, lg. Hamilton--Osborn, rf; Jones, lf; Hill, c; Woodruff, rg; Bucknam, Ig. Substitutions--Avalon : Jesus Reyes for Maggie. Hamilton: Wenebremer for Bucknam. Referees: Welsch and Jakleman. Timer : John Rowley. Scorekeeper: Leslie Granteer. Avalon "A's" Lose The Hamilton class "A" basketball team overwhelmed the "A" team of Awdon High in a game following the "B" game. The team couldn't func- tion well on offense, and showed up very p(~or on defense. On the other hand the Hamilton team functioned well in both these things and won by a score of 22 to 17. Fred Clarke and Ralph Barba starred for Avalort with 3 baskets each, and Bennett starred for Hamilton with 4. Avalon "C's" Lose The Hamilton class "C" basketball team beat the Avalon High "C" team in a closely contested match. The fi- nal was 5-3. The Avalon team showed plenty of fight, but a long shot settled the game. The "C's" are a light aggregation this year, but they make up for it by fighting all the harder. A.H.S. Many classes in the elementary school had parties last Friday in cele- bration of Christmas. Popcorn was served as refreshments, and a good lime was enjoyed by all. A.H.S. The seventh grade was the only class in the school to receive one hundred per cent inthe Christmas Seal Clipping Contest. A.H.S. Our Adlet 0olumn helps. Try it. rilE CATALINk OUR the purpose. find this purpose the bill for ollr cry charge with a: vicar omy. "*A Perect 117 Fresh FI: ~e~ AVALON FI BAIT FOB Conrad & TIlE UNION I(;g A. M.,a Leave Daily, clay :" 10J~A" 3:30 P. pacific and from Beach necting parlor tO ch'~'" notice). / LoS hall