7 Jun 1955 Daily Ind Jnl "Marmetta Cops First in Wind-Whipped Race"
a a a ^nòcp 0 untai ^portá jlnòrppnòrnt-^jpurnal, Tuesday, June 7, 1955 9 ^ÁARIN LOG , i Marmetta Cops First In Wind-Whipped Race By M. J. NICOL The wind literally ripped it up Sunday for the Golden Gate Yacht Club Regatta as at least three masts were snapped, two of them belonging belonging to Marin County boats. Jake Wosser’s “Ah Sin” snapped her stick at the starting line, and Rolfe Croker’s “Teenamo II” suffered the same fate in the more than-t- ---------------------------25-mile ---------------------------25-mile gale that raged on the ■ ./■ ■ * t ** i bay LI I League Tilt Quantities of canvas tore, in- ^ i i i eluding Stuart Rose’s “Aafje” VjOeS 1 I InninQS, which in spite of four ripped sails . . . i came in second in Division 11 right LlOflS TriUmpu behind Arthur Ford’s famous gal • “Yankee.” • Valley Lions moved into Among the wee ones, Sid Foster, |j^st place in the Mill Valley Lit- harbormastcr of Madden Lewis League Saturday with a 6-5 Yacht Harbor, took a first in Divi- ^^e Indians in the long- 17 est game of the season, 11 innings. ••Marmetta,” owned by Dr. Char- Lions came from behind three les Cooper and skippered by Bruce extend the regulation six- Easom, once more took a first in game and gain their third Cruising Club A, bringing honor to ^ against one loss. Marin Yacht Club. In ano^er extra-inning squab„ squab„ ^ , i J ble, the Realtors edged the Eag- Sundays race again demon- 3.7 strates the growing fraternity of Eaglets yachtsmen, for the 174 starters p^u^s ............ 031012 0-7 11 7 represented the largest turnout 013 i yet for the Golden Gate Regatta. Realtors.............. Cruising Club A ¡Runs 1 q m a Marmetta, Dr. Charles Cooper, .................1 8 10 4 Marin YC 'Hits ...................201 113 2 Java Head, E. R. Peterson^ BYC | M.V. Indians 1 Runs ........010 030 001 00—5 7 1 Hits ..........010 030 010 10 M.V. Lions Runs ........030 001 001 01 -6 12 2 Hits ..........041 101 002 12 Waterwitch, Ed Fuld, St. FYC Cruising Club B Buoyant Girl, Dr. Harold Rosenblum, Rosenblum, SFYC Gladys N, Dr. Glen Foor, CYC GGYC Division 9 Lady Carol, James . A. Hurst, CYC Aeolus, Emerson Doble, AYC Pinafore II, George Childs, RYC (Richmond) Division 10 Sinbad, Otto Bueren, GGYC (Golden Gate Leilani. Jeff Capell, GGYC Querida, James L. PYancis, AYC (Aeolian) Division 11 Yankee, Arthur Ford, St. FYC Aafje, Stuart Rose, CYC Blue Sea, J. Wilhite. St. FYC Division 14 Belle Amie, Lester W. Ferris, AYC Cirrus. Harry Birch, CYC Buchaneer, E. B. Blymyer, CYC Division 15 Ninna, David Giosso, Marina YC Firecrest, Max Benkert, SFYC Mon Ami, Michael Vilisoff, AYC Division 17 Dolphin, Syd Foster, AYC Skylark, Roy S. Phelps, AYC Peggie, John Entwistle. CYC ONE DESIGN RESULTS Golden Gate Fun. Walt Lunardini, RYC Impulse II, Gordon Flagg. GGYC Smoothie Too, George Schuldt, RYC Acorn Sea Point, Clarence Baptiste, GGYC Djinn, Mat Holley, SCC Eight Ball, Ben Davis, SCC Hurricane Hoyden. H. D. Trask. AYC Hanaloa, N. K, Boyd, MYC (Marin) Mistral, Dr. N. S. Pederson, CYC P.I.C. Picsea, Matarangas Bros., St. FYC Escape, John Pitcher, CYC Angel, Malcolm & Sally Dewees, SFYC: Farallone Clipper Debit. Ted Stephens. St. FYC Vip, Roger Towne. CYC Farallon, Robert McNaught, SFYC Windward Tempest, 'W’illiam Simpson, CYC Pagan III, Chris Gasparich, SFYC Westerly, Eric Warner, RYC Rhodes 33 Dusty, Richard Stephens. Sto. YC St. Francis III, Dean Morrison, St. FYC Satisfaction, Bob White, SFYC Bird Polly, Phi! Wallace, CYC Skylark, Johnny Ford, St. FYC Puffin, Dick Hyer, SFYC International One Design Gallant, Bill Barnett Norena. Lon Price Siren, Everett Witzel Teak Lady Due Sim, George Guntli, CYC ^ So Long, Chester Ristenpart, SCC Pang Loy, Ray Gergus Jr. Clipper Hela II, Carl Prussing Quickstep, Lawrence Grinnell, CYC Windfall, Norman Lauvau, CYC Star Ah Me Go, Duane Hines, St. FYC Pu.rkin, Howard Rogers. St. FYC Ah Fui, Jack Regan, St. FYC Bear Huck Finn, Dick Lowry, CYC Trigger, Joan Scarborough, St. FYC Cub, W. C. McCammon, BYO Last Night's Fights NEW YORK—Rafael Meren- tino, 160H, Argentina, stopped Hardy Smallwood, 157, Brooklyn, 2 . BROCKTON, Mass. — Alec Brown, 203. Paoli, Pa., outpointed Coley Wallace, 211 , New York, 10. Wants Game In Chi. CHICAGO (U.R)—Mayor Richard J. Daley has asked the Defense Department to consider Chicago as the .site for the 1956 Army-Navy football game, it was announced today. The game was last played here in 1926 before 110,000 spectators spectators at Soldier Field. Legal Notices _____ Freitas, Allen, McCarthy & Bettini. Attys. No. 1958 CERTIFICATE OF INDIVIDUAL DOING BUSINESS I'NDER FICTITIOUS NAME I. the undersigned, do herebv certify that I am transacting business business at the Town of Novato, County County of Marin, state of California, under a desiarnation not showing the name of the person interested m .such business, to-wit: HOWELL PLUMBING & APPLIANCE, 715 Grant Avenue, Novato, California. place of residence Is 2069 Hatch Road, Novato, California. California. Dated: Mav 28th, 1955. /s/ PATRICIA HOWELL BRYANT State of California, County of Marin—ss. On the 28th day of Mav. 1955. before me personally anpeared PA'TRICIA HOWELL BRYANT, known to me to be the person who.se name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and she acknowledged acknowledged to me that she executed executed the same. WI'TNESS my hand and seal at my office this 28th day of May, 1955. /s/ ALICE HALL, Notary Public, in and for the County of Marin, State of California. (Seal) No. 485—June 7. 14, 21. 28, 1955 i Mill I fered studded Saturday games junior With I giving scored Mill hitter manager Marin The defending Bass pitchers which unbeaten Bay Mare Mill Bass Mill Mare Miller; (7). 183 Moore’s 183 pounds Polo in the The Sparrow boys, the by Bob The Avenue 34 are yourself you everything. A. 840 : CAS - 703 f * Associate J. C. San insurance