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The Marin County Track Meet
The grammar. Uchools of Marin
county are planning to hold a track
meet at Kentfield stadium April .".0. It
is looked forward to with great en
thusiasm and in all the schools- the
teams are training hard. The first
prize is a silver cup, which every
school hopes to win. The principals of v
the several schools met and have de-j
cided on the following program:
50-jrnrd' dftßli — !>."> lbs.; under !).'». over 95.
100 ynnl da»<h-r-l>s lbs., under 05, over 05.
880 yurd reluy— os Its., under 03, over 05;
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Broad and high jumping.
The Marin County baseball league
played its opening games Friday, April
"-8. .-.There were two games, one between
San Anselmo and Corte Madera and
one between Mill Valley and Sausalito,
San Ansilmo and Mill Valley winning,
The score for. the season is as follows:
Teams— . Won. Lost. I'ct.
San Ansoliuo ;. 1 0 1000
Mill Valley 1 0 10U0
Corte Madcra 0 1 000
Sausalito 0 1 000
San Rafael '. 0 0 000
April 30, San Rafael's Day
KARL J. PRIDE
April 30 of this fear, five grammar
schools, Including the San Rafael
grammar school, will clash in a track
contest at tho Kentfield stadium.
Tho subjects will be the 100 and the
50 yard dashes, the 880 relay race, the
high Jump and the running broad
Jump. The San Rafael grammar
school hopes to carry off the silver
cup awarded and we probably stand
as good a chance as any ono. The con
test will be divided Into two classes
of weights, the 95 pounds and under
and the more than 95. It promises to
. bo an interesting meet
" Tho track team 1b not organized yet,
but tryouts will be in order soon.
Lineup of the Washington
The Washington grammar school
has organized Us team, which is prac
ticing: every day at tho North Beach
playgrounds with the Hancock school.
The team Is under the management
of Silvey and Captain S. Crespl. The
line up Is as follows:
Purdy, catcher; Tudor, pitcher;
Kyrea, first base; Ertola, second base;
Oavlater, Bhortstop; Crespl, third base;
Black, lefttteld: Aronson, center field;
The track team of the Washington
grammar school have begun training
at -the Huntington lot.
What the Adams Is Doing
The freshmen of Lowell high Bchool
played the Adams 125 pound loam at
the latter's court. The Adams boys*
were hundlcapped by the size of the
Lowell t«*(iiTi, but tho boya from Golden
(Jato avenue played fast and furiously,
t tie tinal Hrora being 21 to 20 In favor
of Adam*. The Lowell teum Is made up
of fine fellows who would not tako an
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unfair advantage. Tho lineup was as
Adams — Levy, forward; Aokl, for
ward; Graalfs, center; Reynolds, guard;
Lowell—Ruddy, forward; Shoenwaa
ser, forward; Butler, center; Hayashi,
guard; Baruh, guard.
GraaJfs. the new Adams center, who
played his first game with the team,
was one of the features of the game.
He made some fine overhead shots, and
whenever Lowell led he would shoot a
goal and tie the score. The whole team
played a good game.
The Adams 125 pound team wan
scheduled to play Hamilton five at their
court on Monday, April 11, but the
game was postponed on account of
rain to Thursday.
The Adame girls played the Tremont
girls on Friday at the Adams court.
The girls have developed into good
players and should win.
Tho tryoutß were held at Jefferson
square. By tho showing tha boyß
made tho Adams track team should be
well represented In this coming meet.
Among thoße who tried out were:
Aokl, Bishop, D. Citron, I. Citron,
Scott. Jensen, KplU. Powers. Jorganson.
Mooney, Miller Reynolds, Ni«l, Y. Ta
kata T. Takata, Jaeobaen, Ilotchner.
Verdler, Ornalfs, Okamoto, Larson and
The team la especially strong in the
dashes and tho roluys, but weak in the
jumping events. The team will train
diligently under the captaincy of Aokl.
Address all challenge* to Soiv &
Tarlt'B-s, KlllmorH street, between Post
ATHLETIC NEWS SECTION
Athletics at St. Peter's
ROBERT J. FLYNN
A great amount of interest is being
manifested In the near approaejj of the
Sacred Heart college indoor meet to bo
held at tho 'Auditorium, Fillmore struct
at Pago. We are to enter a 95 pound
relay team besides several other events.
The boys never lag 1n their practices,
the different weight classes having
each a special day to practice. Tho
midget classes of the school are to hold
an iuterclass meet soon. The seventh
grade boys are elated over their success
In winning the McMahon & Keyer cup,
and an Ice cream party was given to
them and tho officers of tho association
by the principal of the school.
Tho Catholic Schools athletic league
baseball season Is now drawing
to a close, the deciding game to
be played 'between St. Joseph's and
St. James. The junior fans pick St.
Joseph's as an easy winner, owing to
their defeat ' of St. Ignatius. St. An
thony's Bchool of East Oakland is tho
winner of the ,tra"nsbay championship
and will play the winner of 'this side a
series of three games when the local
championship is decided.
St. Peter's expect to enter a winning
team fn- the Catholic Schools athletic
league outdoor meet, which Is to take
place. May. 7 at St. Mary's stadium.
Basket Ball Championship Won
by Pacific Heights
EDWARD R. MORAN AND ED-
WARD R. WAGENER
The girls' basket ball team of Pa
cific Heights won the championship of
the Public Schools athletic league by
capturing the second and third games
of the series from Franklin.
Franklin, possibly overconfident on
account of their victory in the first
game, was badly defeated in the sec
ond, played April 2. The first half wan
practically a walkovor for the Pacific
Heights team, which led their oppo
nents by 20 to" 1 ' when, the whistle
blew. In the second half Franklin
rallied somewhat, but oould only make
10 points to Pacific Heights' 13, leaving
the final score 33 to 11. \u25a0
Tills made necessary a .third game,
played on April 8, to decide the cham
The wearers of the purple and gold
proved themselves worthy of tho tag
day cup by again downing Franklin
21 to 22.' It was-a hard fought game
from beginning to. end. Both teams
played splendidly, but Franklin was
leading by three points when tho whis
tle blew at the end of the first half.
The second half - was hard fought
throughout, ns. Pacific - J Heights caught
up in the first . few minutes of play.
When time, was up the score stood 22
up. Mr. Dougherty, the official scorer,
announced' that .the first tenm scoring:
two points would, .win; the game.' After
two minutes of exciting play Miss Dor
othy Allen threw a field goal, winning
the championship for Pacific Heights.
The games undoubtedly showed the
result of hard, persistent daily prac
tice, including several practice games
with Bergcrot. ,
An lnterclass meet, supervised by
our coach, Harold Maundrell, was held
at the stadium Saturday, April 9. Tho
eighth grade carried off the honors by
a large majority of points. The meet
showed good material to represent our
school in the coming track meet. ,_ .
Hancock School Notes
The Hancock Cosmopolitan school de
feated the Washington grammar at the
North beach children's playground Sat
urday morning, April 2. Score. 18 to 6.
The Hancock team expects/to give other
schools a good rub In the coming base
ball tournament. The lineup is as fol-
lows: ' '
J. Ouierola, third base; A. Mino, first
base: C. Spangola, catcher; A. Crespl,
shortstop; J. Bacigalupl, second base;
C. Riseburg. pitcher; R. Qarrlgan, left
Held; P. Campana, right field; Q. Pera.
center field; subs, F. George and E. Ca
mozzi; mascot, B.Hildebrand.
The boys of the Hancock basket ball
team wish games from any average 95
pound team in the city, Columbia Park
Tho girls have also organized a
basket ball team at the Hancock school.
They/ are now practicing and later will
give challenges to any school in tho
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