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!?]^^ r 2^^^ OF SAN FRANCISCO AND CALIFORNIA
ALONZO He takes
the PUP to Fishermens Wharf
The Marin County Baseball
League
KARL J. PRIDE
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
< liibH — W. 1,. Vet.
San Aiixclino ...2 0 1000
San Rafael ...1 O 1000
Mill Volley 1 O 1000
Corte Madora. ..... .0 2 000
Sauaallto O 2 000
Last Friday the following,, games
were played and the results were:
San Rafael 6, Corte Madera 5.
San Anselmo 16, Sausalito 0.
Next week's games will be:
San Rafael vs. Sausalito.
Mill Valley vs. Corte Madera.
The baseball season Is in full blast
now and track events are coming into
Interest. Tho boys are practicing and
a tryout will be held Wednesday after
noon.
Several boys have entered In the
high jump and the broad jump, but
most in* the 100 and 50 yard dashes.
S. R. G. S. promises to show up well
in all these contests, though they
would do better but for the fact that
there are few large boys.
San Rafael Grammar School
Team Plays First League
Game-
LATON DUFFY
On April 11, 1910, the San Rafael
grammar school team played their first*"
league game at Corte Madera. The
first inning Corto Madera scored two
runs, leaving the score 2 to 0 at the
end of the first inning. In about the
third inning our team scored three
runs; the score was 3 to 2 at the end of
the third inning.
When the eighth inning came the
score was 3 to 3 and It all depended on
the eighth and ninth inning. The San
Rafael grammar school team tried their
beet to score and succeeded in bringing
in three runs, the score being G to 3
at the end of the eighth Inning.
In the. ninth inning Corte Madora
scored two runs, leaving the score C to •\u25a0\u25a0
5 in our favor.
Walter Males pitched the whole
game, I There .are to be four more
leaguo'games ih which we wish to win.
The B. B. A. of Marin County
L. STEFANI
The H. R. G. S. crossed bats with the
Corto Madora G. S. last Friday and the
latter suffered Its second defeat of the
season by losing tills game by the score
of c to 5.
Malls, the southpaw of the winning
team* went-up in the air in the first
inning, hut*«ftt»r that he had the locals
tit his mercy. »
Next Friday the 8. It. G. S, will clash
with .Sausallto grammar.
, A silver cup is to be given to the
champion,
The San Francisco Call Junior Section.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALi; APRIL 23, l<>lo.
New Baseball Team at Sutro
ROBERT CUMMINGS
The Sutro grammar school has re
cently organized a baseball team of
from 13 to 15 years of age. Our school
hus not taken part In the San Fran
cisco public school athletic league.
Wo have greatly felt the loss of our
last year's pitcher, William Blydon, but
we have now secured a good pitcher,
Albert Migue. lie is the best batter
on the team.' Earl Brown, our new
third baseman, has already-. begun to
shine. Otto Matson, the new second
baseman, Is the best second baseman
wo have found this season, and he Is
competent at any time to trade posi
tions with our pitcher who was second
baseman last year.
Our catcher,^Lincoln Johnston, is get
ting into shape and ia one of the high
est on the batting list. Melvin Hulling,
the crack little lirst baseman, is doing
good work. Frank Htrich, the now
right fielder, gives promise of line work.
Edward Richardson, our left fielder, is
doing well. His batting will help win
many games, we hope. Raymond
Nealon, commonly known as the comet,
is giving good support. If there are
any teams our size who would like a
game telephone during school hours to
the Sutro school and ask for Albert
Mique, the captain.
Athletic News Section
Athletics at Hearst in Full
Swing
BERT LEO
. Athletic 'activity i.s now ;it its Ix-lglit
nt tho Heurst .jframmar, Through tho
efforts of Miss X. F. Sullivan, our prin
cipal, much of the old time enthusiasm
has been revived.
Ttie track team l s hard nt work
training for the coming meet. The
girls' basket ball team is playing In
great' shape, and every one has hopes
of bringing a championship cup back
to Hermann and Pi 11 more streets.
• Our team met their old rivals, the
girls from Spring Valley, in a return
match and turned the tables on them,
winning by a score of 19 to- 10. In a
previous game Spring Valley was re
turned victor- by a IS to 24 score, so
each team now has one victory to its
credit.
TRACK TEAM
The trybuts for the track team were
hjeld at tjie stadium last Saturday.
• L"elahd Spencer, one of the stars of the
,S. S. A.,L., will be entered in the half
mile run, in which he isa good per
•former and will prove a hard man to
beat. William Parry, winner of the 50
-yard event in the first meet, Is back
1n the field -after a' long absence/ due
to illness. lie' will compete in the 95
§@dtii@nn
pound high jump, in which event In*
has cleared 4 feet 2 Inches in practice.
There are very few if any weak points
in the team, and prrent tilings are ex
pected of them. The relays are nil
strong and several men arc looked
upon as sure point winners,
I had almost forgotten the baseball
team! The month's por cehtj wrought
havoc with the team, but they aro be
ing reorganized and expect to have a
better team than ever.
Fremont Basket Ball Team
Beats Adams
BENJAMIN KATZ
Former lloj- Mayor
Tho Fremont girls' basket ball team
was successful Friday, April 15, beat
ing their opponents of the Adams
school by the score of 12 to 5.
The Fremonts through the entire
game showed their superiority of team
work, making in all but three fouls,
while Adams made nine.
Elvira .Robbenett was the feature of
the game, making the first eight points
for Fremont.
Kdna O'Shea for Fremont made ' a
good showing on the guard line and
Sophie ' Beckenback of Adams " also
played a . good game. . Both teams
showed Improvement in the second
half and played fast ball. The score
was as follows: . .. ;
Total score — Fremont 12, Adams 5.
First half— Fremont 8, Adams 0.
Second half— Fremont 4, Adams 5.
The Fremont winning team was: 1
Elvira Robbenett, 2 Edna O'Shea, 3
Bertha Shemanskl, 4 Freida Conn, 5
Adele Cole, 6 Georgiana Fitzmaurlce,
7 Rose Loupe, 8 Ruth Lob'ree. -"• '
The track team is now at its stand
ard. The showing which the boys put
up last Saturday at the stadium shows
that Fremont will put up -a fair fight.
The 95 pound boy basket ball team is
also getting rapidly, into form and will
soon be ready to accept any challenge.
Also the Australian field ball game
has aroused much enthusiasm in the
school and will soon have a team to
play the game.
Hancock to Meet Monroe
ALECK MINO
The Hancock baseball team is going
to play a practice game with the Mon
roes Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The Hancocksare at present practicing
with the Washingtons and 1 " both teams
• are showing up well.
The batteries for Saturday's game are
C. Rlsburg and J. Bacigalupi.
..The Hancocks are also practicing
running, jumping, etc., for the coming
• running tournament.
The members of the 95 pound basket
ball team of the Hancock grammar
. school are still waiting for the trophy
which they won in the last public
school tournament.
They also would like to hear from
any bay county 95 pound team, Colum
bia Park boys included.
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