Rotary vs. Lions

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Page Three and by was at Dew-art W. A. Edwin M. the exhibitions of en a the in in Evo-gene Jane Bal-docchi, Bal-docchi, at the mar ine in W. of his his of com parts I'Jho Won Rotary Baseball While the much heralded baseball game between the San Anselmo Rotary Rotary Club and the San Anselmo Lions Club was played last Sunday, the contest still rages. The Lions claim the game on the basis that it was to be a seven inning game, and the Rotarians claim they thought it was to be nine innings and did not know the difference until the Lions got ahead in the eighth inning, when Doc. Hensler gave them the sad news and claimed the game. Anyhow it was ' a snappy, hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought game and was tied at the end of the seventh inning. According to the spokesman of the Lions team it was to have been a seven inning game, but as the end of that inning showed a tie, another inning was necessary. Dos Reis knocked a home run with one man on base, bringing in two ' runs and winning the game. It was at this point that the spokesman of the Ro tarians claims that he first knew it was to be seven innings, so claims the game by default. Fire Chief Nello Marcucci was the batting star, as he batted 1000. He was at bat twice. Once he was hit by a pitched ball and walked, and the second time he made a hit. Doc. Hensler was another star of the game as he did much of the coaching and even ran for another man. It seems that he had unmercifully unmercifully razzed a couple of the Rotarians Rotarians for being caught off base by the old hidden ball trick. A short time, later he ran for Poc. Remy, who developed a game foot. Remy reached second where he was replaced replaced by Hensler. The pitcher made a move as though to pitch and Hensler immediately stepped off the base and was promptly tagged by Wallace Myers, who had the ball. The catchers for the two teams vied for honors as both caught excellent excellent games. Verne Freeman in the box for the Lions and Doctor Schwarz for the Rotarians are both apt to be signed up by the big leaguers on account of the style of ball they pitched. Eric Wilson knocked a homer but was in such a hurry thBt he stepped over second base and was put out for this error. There was good hitting by Remy, Schwarz, Marcucci and Dos Reis, and the fielding honors go to Fran- Fran- chini, Burke, Howurd and Myers. Those who attended the game ex pecting to see an exhibition by a bunch of "has beens" were very pleasantly surprised, as it was a first class game of ball and the score shows that there were few errors and a battle from start to finish. The respective teams were: Rotary Cluh Wade Thomas, c; Al. Schwarx, p.; K. M. Burck, lb.; W. Myers, 2b.; R. Franrhini, s.s.; G. McElroy, 3b.; Tom Flynn, l.f.; Bob Carson, c.f.j Ed. DeLong, r.f.; Eric Wilson, r.f. Lions Club M. Paganini, c; V. Freeman, p.; L. Remy, lb.; Wm. Ferrari, 2b.; R. Howard, s.s.; Chet. Merrill, 3b.; Har-ry Har-ry Har-ry Hensler, l.f.; M. Dos Reis, c.f.; Don Wood, r.f.; Nello Marcucci, r.f.; Chester Stuhr, r.f. - Lions Game Sunday? ROSS VALLEY GIRLS RECEIVE MUSICAL AWARDS Mrs. Powers Symington, president of the Marin Musical Chest, announces announces that prospective aspirants for the first scholarships to be awarded by the Chest are Greta Hol-liger Hol-liger Hol-liger of San Anselmo and Elmo Cozza Cozza of Fairfax. These young people show marked talent. Although Miss Holligcr has a beautiful voice, she has never had the opportunity of studying; while 14-year 14-year 14-year old Cozza has been a violin pupil of Julio Minetti for the past three years. He also is an accomplished pianist. The idea of scholarships has kindled enormous enthusiasm among the people of the county, as donations donations have been sent to Mrs. Symington Symington since the closing of the drive. May 31. Anyone desiring to send further donations to the Chest should make checks payable to the Marin Musical Chest and mail same to Mrs. Powers Symington, KentfieUi. .,2l ' I?. $6.5" $6.9" 4.W W VOO GENUINE AA QUALITY; Goodrich at trie price of "bargain-built" "bargain-built" "bargain-built" tircr THINK of itl A high quality, nationally-known nationally-known nationally-known tire that aaves you real money right from the start .Thousands of motorists are taking advantage of it ... are getting genuine Goodrich A A Quality at money-saving money-saving money-saving prices. 1 I WHO ELSE WANTS TO SAVE ON TIRES? I a i

Clipped from San Anselmo Herald07 Jun 1934, ThuPage 3

San Anselmo Herald (San Anselmo, California)07 Jun 1934, ThuPage 3
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