"Trampers Get Wet"
Made a Pedestrian Trip to Arch Rock Sunday.
The Trampers' Annex of the Los Angeles Athletic Club took their regular tri-weekly outing in a trip to Arch Rock on Sunday. The party made an early train for Port Los Angeles, from which place they walked about four miles north on the beach to Arch Rock. A visit was also made to the old Portuguese fisherman’s camp, a half mile further on. A number of views of the picturesque scenery in the vicinity were obtained, after which the now hungry trampers began to make tracks for the bounteous repast which they know was awaiting them in Santa Monica, some six miles away.
A rainstorm was encountered before arriving at their destination, and though their clothes received a thorough drenching it failed to dampen their ardor in the least, and a most enjoyable time was had at the dinner table until it was time for the train to leave for this city. The members of the annex who participated In the outing are as follows: T. H. Bearing, F. Ryder. Abe Jacoby, I. Marschutz, A. E. Slaught, James Ryan, O. E. Smith, Ed Wolfstein and Walter McStay.