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ISSUEDEVERY SUNDAY FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF SAN FRANCISCO AND CALIFORNIA
ALONZO
Pup and the joke that failed
The Marin County Baseball
League
W. JOINER
Friday,' April 22, San Rafael^defeated
Sausalito" bi' iscor^of '\u25a0•10 to"; 7. .The
\u25a0 first half of the' game; 'was easy for
vSan" Rafael, but Sausalito's pitcher gave
out and they- put in. a better man: ; This
second pitcher, good support from
his \u25a0• team,' held the "San '. Rafael boys
down a bit.' In; the last half of the
eighth Inning Males', San Rafael's pitch
er, got a cramp in his leg and was laid
out forsorae time," but got around in
time to finish that inning. In the next
inning the San Rafael pitcher was dis
abled again and a new man had to, be
put in." After k thls the game was fin
ished withthe above result. The league,
standing is as follows:
- Teams^- :v: / :v: v <W. , L. Pet.
San Rafael ......'...... 2 0 1000
Mill Valley ... ..V. . 2 0 1000
San Anselmo ........... 21 ' 66G
Corte Madera . . . . ..:.'.. 0 . ' 2 000
Sausalito .....:.:......., 0, 2 000
Baseball in Marin County
LEOXARD KNITTEL
• Friday, -April- 22. the^ San Rafael
grammar school played the: Sausalito
grammar school at Corte Madera. The
San Rafael boys won. The score was
10 to 7. The. San Rafaels made three
runs in the firstinning and six runs In
the fifth/ while the last run was made
in' the sixth. " : . '
Prospects at the Bergerot
W. F. GAVIGAN
The Bergerot school baseball team
will" be 1 strengthened this year' by the
pitching of D. .Heale-y \u0084and the sup
port of a new. infield. Although tho
outfielders" are small they are fast,
and the' team hopes to win the district
championship, whll« not heavy enough
to carry off the' city; championship.
Venetian "Poison" Glasses
The little Island of .Murano, hidden
away from the busy life of Venice,
has a worldwide, reputation for Its
glass worksi which existed as far back ,
as 1300, and which have ' produced
specimens of glass, unique for their
exquisite designs and beautiful color
ings. Ono lovely make ls(known ns
"Vitro dl trlna," and consists of a gold
network pR clear glass. There Is a,lso
tlio "Mllle fiorl," which has a dark blue j
ground dotted with flowery spots, says
Home Notes. •;\u25a0 : !>; *\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
• Most interesting of all tho drinking
glasses connected with tho Murano
glass works are. the famous opal gob
lots, which were known as the "poison
goblets." In pldendays, when Vene
tian hospitality was wont to bo treach
erous, it was the custom when a guest
accepted»an Invitation to a banquet for
him to .take his own drinking goblet,
a specialty made at Murano, which
had the power 6f detecting poisoned
wine by chunglng color when poison
was poured into it, ami then broke Into
atoms.
The San Francisco Call
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., MAY 8, 1910.
Washington Defeats Hancock^
GUIDO FERROGGIANO
. The Washington grammar school de
feated the Hancock school by a score
of 10 to 9. The game lasted 13 innings,
breaking the record' of innings, at the
children's playground, Tuesday i after
noon, April 2C. The game was inter
esting and was witnessed by a large
crowd of rooters and teachers from
both schools,
The score would not have been so
close If it liad not been for Charles
Eitola, who got wild and gave them
seven runs in four innings, and was
finally taken , out of the box by S,
Crespi, captain of the team. Purdy was
put in the box and made a fine showing,
allowing only three hits In nine Innings
and only two runs were scored. Our
other pitcher is at Sail Rafael, taking a
rest. When he comes down ho will be
in trim for tho opening of tho Public
Schools baseball league.
Tho whole team is practicing every
day at the North Beach playgrounds
with the Hancock grammar school. The
team Is in good shape for the opening
of the Public Schools baseball league.
Our two pitchers are Pur*ly and Gav
iati, who are in good shape.
ATHLETIC NEWS SECTION
Items of Interest From Everett
Grammar
WALTER BURKE
The girls of Everett grammar have
taken a great interest in basket ball,
and are improving rapidly^.ln the play
ing of tho game. Every Tuesday, after
noon they go to Horace Mrinn and have
a practice game . with the girls' team
ofr that school. This has helped them
much in developing a good team. . \u0084
In the near future the girls expect to
have a practice game with Spring Val
ley grammar. .' •
What's Doing at Hamilton
LEO LEVE
Just at present basket ball is. not the
leading sport. About two weeks ago
the first team had a .game with the
Wilmerdlng freshmen. We outplayed
them entirely. The feataure was the
. remarkable goal shooting of Basq. The
score was 28 to 22. "
. Baseball has" not yet taken a strong
•hold 1 as one of. the leading sports. .A
second team is organized. It will be a
great help to the: fast team for prac-^
: tice. The last game that the first. team
played was with Spring Valley/school
at the big. recreation in Golden Gate
park. Hamilton won by the score of
16 to 7.
§@Cftfl®lfll
Hearst Girls' Team Is Active
BERT LEON
The Hearst girls met the girls from
the .Roosevelt school in the courts of
the latter and they captured the hon
ors from them by a Score of 7 to 5.
As the score shows, | the game was
hotly contested and full of excitement.
From the beginning of the' first half
until the final whistle .blew, each team
was doing its. level best to establish a
lead, and neither succeeded, for at the
end of the first half the score stood 4
to .4. The second half netted but one
point for each side, so with score lied
and about two minutes to play, Miss
May Brown of Hearst threw, a field;*
the whistle blew and the game' was
won. The final score ' was Hearst 7,
Roosevelt ,5. • \u25a0 '<
Previous to this game a practice
game was played with, the girls from
the -Everett school, Hearst winning by
a score of 2C to 1. The Everett team
has just been organized "and so were
no 'match for their more experienced
opponents. On this account the game
can' not be counted against the girls
from \u25a0Everett..'
Events at St. Joseph's
Waltorn V. GATELY
The team of St. Joseph's is the cham
pion of the city, proving beyond a
doubt its right to that title last week,
when it so decisively defeated the crack
nine from St. Ignatius.
.We held the game well in hand from
X the Initial inning, the only: time when'
> the result was at all doubtful being in
the first, when our opponents secured
two runs, which, coupled with the lone
tally they made in the last of the ninth,
netted them ( , three runs. "; ,
v Last Sunday Mr." Gantner, .formerly a
"parishioner of St. 'Joseph's, .treated the
boys to ay party! at which ice ,: cream
"and cake were served." '; \u25a0
The Rev. ..Father Sullivan, the
brothers" of the school and Mr.' Skqlly,
the coach, .who has taken such an in
terest in the welfare of the boys, were
present, and all enjoyed themselves
immensely. '
' The track team of the school has
been" constantly practicing, and will be
in the best of form .when the time" for
the outdoor meet arrives. , ;J .
Athletics at St. Stephen's \\
EDWIJT SEELY
The St. > Stephen's baseball
team played Its first game 'n the Sun
day School league, Saturday,' April 23, '
'\u25a0and succeeded in defeating Westmin- \u25a0
ster by. the' score . of .11 to 7. The
game was hotly contested .throughout, ;
: as St.. Stephen's had but seven men
and Westminster had nine.' The fea
tures of the game ',were the hitting of.
Hlggins and the/pitching of Erskine,
who walked "only .five men in .the nine
innings. St. .Stephen's lineup was as
follows:. .Marks, : catcher; Erskine, \u0084.
pitcher; Rhine, first base; Higgins, sec
ond 1 base; Oswald, third base; Mcßeth,
left field and shortstop; Seely, short
stop and left field. .• \u25a0 '\u25a0'•\u25a0'.' '

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