SCTC Successful at Palmilla Fifteen members of the Southern California Tuna Club and 12 wives are back from their annual trip BalmiUa, E*Â±T the tip of Baja California. The men and released 21 marl in; the women caught and four. Harrison Moore, chairman, cot only put the trip together, but he also took the lion's share of the He won first place ia the men's tournament with roarlin on three-six tackle. His wife. Rath, took second ia the women's tournament with one marlia ca three-six. Together, Harrison and Ruth woa the Jim Wood perpetual trophy for most fish caught Second place in the men's went to Harold Parks, three martin on three-six; place, Russell Pray, two marlia en three-six. Mary Kiddie was first ia the women's tournament with two r^ft" oa three-six. She also got the Macrate perpetual trophy for that feat Mildred was third, with oce marlin on three-six. Those making the trip were Dr. Torn and Kiddie. Harrison and Ruth Moore. Mel and Mildred eon, Dr. Art and Irene Frost. Dr. Francis C. and Hertzog, Harold and Catherine Parks, Glena and Bracken, Dr. Tora ted V ion Hardesty. Dr. Jaclc Mildred Dorsey, Kea and Kay Sperry, Charles and Sudduth, Russell and Leonie Pray. Lloyd Hunter, Swanton and Albert C S. Ramsey.