9 Apr 1964 Daily Ind Jnl "Along Marin Sports Trail"
—— --------------------------——4>at ALONG MARIN SPORTS TRA B t JIM OILMARTIN If there are any amateur pugilists kicking around Marin just dying for a scrap we may have Just the thing for you. Petaluma Moose Lodge has started a series of amateur boxing shews and is in the market for some talent to_ to.ss into the ringe. Next show is next Tliursday night, 8;30 o’clock, at Hermann Sons’ Hall in Petaluma. It will be a six- bout card. Any fightcr.s intere.sted in sign-| ing up for a bout should contact, Christ Henrichsen at Way, Petaluma. 15 Averye Report from Southern Marin correspondent: “Mill Valley golfers can now relax. They won’t lose their favorite seventh tee at the municipal golf links. -Wednesday night, the John Bromans company city council they would sell the corner lot at Scott Highlands No. 1 to the city for $800 for use as an access road to the new Boyle subdivision. “This mean» the city won't have to cut across the seventh tee to build the accès» road promised when the Boyle subdivision was annexed to the city. Construction of the road was a stip ula tion to the annexation. “The council also took under consideration the request of the Parks and Recreation commission to increase the city’s contribution to the summer recreation program | from last year’s $1,250 to $1,300 this year.” j • • • informed' the! j First in a series of 11 regattas | sponsored by the Northern Call- fornia Small float Racing Association will be held this coming Sunday, but the SBRA regattas won’t make a Marin appearance; until July. The initial regatta Sunday will be held by the Lake Merced Sailing Club, San Francisco, starting at 10:30 a.m., followed by an afternoon race starting at 1:30. Marin County will stage two; SBRA regattas: the first hosted | by the Corinthian Yacht Club on j July 25 and the .aecond hosted by, the Sausalito Yacht Club on Sep- tember 12 . • * * And .speaking of boats, the Bauman Brothers and Dick Miller A.ssociates Yacht Sales in Sausalito will close their “Floatorama” this Sunday so you’d better hurry to catch a glimpse at the sensa- tional new cruisers they have on ' display. The floating boat show Is situated In the sponsors’ »ale» yacht basin in Sausalito and it features a 47-foot twin-screw, flying bridge Stevens cruiser and a 44-foot Stevens cruiser owned by Paul Koss, San Francisco businessman. The Ko»s job Is equipped with three Cadillac engines and can hit better than 30 mph. llie craft’s pick-up power is so great that the skipper must lake it easy or he’» liable to lose a couple of passengers off the stern. A snazzy Farallone Clipper also Is on display as are ill kinds of. radio equipment, depth finders, monitors, etc. j * * *