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Action picture of the Pal lone Tournament at the North Beach Playground

Pal/one, New Playground Game



By Ralph McIlwaine



NORTH BEACH PLAY-
GROUND, located in the heart
of San Francisco's Little Italy, has
recently become a center of great
interest and activity. On Sunday,
April 27, approximately 2000 spec-
tators flocked about the streets and
sidelines to witness the opening of
the U. S. I. V. Pallone tournament
at those grounds. Baloney, Amer-
ica's greatest of indoor sports, has
given way to Pallone, one of Italy's
greatest outdoor sports. Anybody
can sling the boloney (if I ma\- be
permitted to use that slang expres-
sion), but it isn't everybody that can
wield a strong arm at Pallone.

Pallone is one of Italy's most
active and fascinating outdoor
sports. It is a combination of tennis
and handball, or to be more exact, it
might be called hand tennis. It is
plaj'ed with a large white ball meas-
uring about six inches in diameter,
and on a very large court. Not
knowing the exact measurements of
the court, I feel safe in saying that
it is about a city block in length
and about thirty yards wide. No
rackets are used whatsoever, but in-
stead the ball is struck with the
hand, as in handball, and the game
played on about the same principles
as tennis.

Four Play as a Team

Four players constitute a team
and they assume practically the
same position as men playing dou-
bles in tennis, with the exception
that there are four men to a side
instead of two. Two men play close
up and to the center of the court and
two men play far back and to the
edges of the court. The man selected
to serve is usually a powerful young
giant possessed of an unusually
strong right arm. In serving, he
runs forward a short distance, tosses
the ball into the air and strikes it



VACATIONING IN

THE HIGH SIERRAS



SAN FRANCISCO'S munici-
pal mountain camp (Marga-
ret Maryland) at Mather, Tuol-
umne County, will open for
the season on June 16. Camp
Mather, nine miles from the
great O'Shaughnessy Dam and
the beautiful Hetch Hetchy
reservoir, is an excellently ap-
pointed mountain camp situ-
ated 4500 feet above the sea, in
the midst of a magnificent for-
est on the rim of the Tuolumne
gorge of the Sierra Nevadas.
Camp Mather affords for the
vacationist such sports as
swimming, fishing, riding and
hiking. The cabins, shaded by
giant pines, provide ample
comfort and privacy. The food
is excellent and is served in
unstinted portions by an expe-
rienced staff. As to the sani-
tary facilities strictly modern,
completely equipped bath
houses, showers and tub baths
are supplied, with an abun-
dance of hot water, at all hours.
Camp Mather is under the
management of the Playground
Commission. Camping regis-
trations may be made now by
phoning UNderhill 8500, Local
360.



with a powerful blow that carries
the ball for a block. At the other
end of the court it is met by another
terrific blow from some member of
the opposing team and back and
forth it soars like a huge tennis ball,
until the point is either gained or
lost.



The action is about the same
tennis, except that the ball covers
far more territory. There is required
considerable skill as well as strength
to play the game. In scoring, the
first team to make eleven points
wins that game, after which another
game is played, and so on until a
certain number of games have been
played. At the end of this time the
team winning the greatest number
of the games is pronounced the
victor.

Slugging Match

With two evenly matched teanu
it is a most fascinating game to
^\■atch. Eight strapping players ex-
change powerful slugging blows at
a bouncing, flying ball that covers
a block at one blow. Back and forth
the players run to meet the ball as
it descends and to return it from
whence it came. On the side line
the applause is not unlike that
which rises from the great American
bleachers — "Bravo, bravo!'' shout
the Italian fans as a player delivers
a sensational blow — it is action
from start to finish, involving no
end of basketball, handball, voile;
ball, soccer and track technique.

Pallone as it is played at the
North Beach Playground is a most
fascinating outdoor sport. It is
played under the auspices of the,
U. S. I. V. (Unione Sportiva I
iana Virtus), an association of It
ian sportsmen. At the present ti
there are nine teams in the leagi
four from San Francisco, three from
Oakland, one from Sacramento and
one from Alameda. In last year's
tournament the Colombo Club from
Oakland emerged victorious, win-
ning the championship from the Pie-
monte Club of San Francisco by a
score of eleven to ten.



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Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Franck R. Havenner, chairman, center; Supervisor Milo F. Kent

at left and Supervisor Charles J. Poiiers at right.

Salada Beach Golf Course



THERE is a possibility that a
badly needed niunici])al golf
course maj' be constructed at
Sharp's Park. Salada Beach, in the
very near future.

The ball was started rolling by the
request of the Park Commissioners,
headed by Superintendent John Mc-
Laren, to the Finance Committee of
the Hoard of Supervisors, composed
of Supervisors Milo F. Kent, Franck
Havenner and Charles Powers, that
they recommend that $100,000 in
public funds be immediately appro-
priated so that work may be started
on an 18-hole links at Sharp's Park.

Ideal Location

According to Superintendent Mc-
Laren of San Francisco Parks and
guiding genius in the creation of
Golden (jate Park, the location for
a munici]jal course at Salada Reach
is ideal. The City and County of
San Francisco owns there a tract of
virgin territory, once the property
of the late Mrs. Honora Sharp,
which, in her will, she deeded to the



By Walter Gaines Swanson

City for "Parks and Playground
purposes." The tract covers 463
acres, skirting along the Salada
Beach coast and sweeping back to
the peninsula hills. It is accessible
to the entire peninsula and can be
reached in thirty-five minutes' driv-
ing time from the heart of San
Francisco.

Playground Planned

It is Superintendent McLaren's
plan to build up, on this site, the
finest municipal golf links in Cali-
fornia and possibly in the country
and to construct, in addition, a large
outdoor playground for women and
children.

Stimulated by word that the Fi-
)iance Committee of the Board of
Supervisors was to consider an ap-
Ijropriation for this municipal project
in the forthcoming budget, thou-
sands of golfers in the peninsula
area and San Francisco have circu-
lated a petition which they are sign-
ing, addressed to the Board of Su-
pervisors and asking them to lend



their favorable consideration to tl
solution of the golfers' problem.

Present Links Crowded

The petition explains that prese
conditions on the two San Francis
municipal courses are crowded
the point of extreme discomfo
The capacity of the new lin
would, in fact, be largely filled by t
overflow of players from Lincc
and Harding courses.

Furthermore, aside from the ii
tial cost of construction, the S
Francisco golf courses now in op(
ation have completely taken care
their own operating expenses ar
in addition, have been a source
considerable revenue to the ci(
More than $45,000 came as pro
into the city's treasury from t!
two municipal golf courses durii
the last year. It is expected that
new links, such as McLaren pla:
to construct, would increase th
revenue.

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May




Airplane F'lev! of Beautiful Salada Beach



SALADA BEACH GOLF



(Continued from Page 2+)

The architecture of the proposed
course has been planned and the de-
sign submitted by McKenzie and
Hunter, nationally known golf arch-
itects, accepted by Mr. McLaren.
Work on the course would proceed
immediately upon notice of favor-
able action by the Board of Super-
visors.

From the Salada Beach end of the
line impetus has come, likewise, for
the new course. Salada Beach is a
fishing town of California and dates
back for many years into this State's
history. Recently the residents,
learning of the proposed improve-
ments in their vicinity, decided to
keep abreast of the times and
formed an up and coming Cham-
ber of Commerce, of which Clarence
J. Stafford is president; Walter
Fryer, first vice-president ; Archi-
bald Craig, second vice-president,
and J. E. Davies, secretary-treas-
urer.

Directors Chosen

A board of directors consisting of
Frank Chambers, U. P. Ross, M. O.
Anderson, Ray T. Higgins, Mrs.
Anna Reinhold, Adele C. Rotgers,
Clarence J. Stafford, Walter Fryer,
Archil)ald Craig and J. E. Davies
has l)een chosen to serve in advisory
capacity and ])romote interest in
Salada Beach as a coming play-time
suburb of San Francisco.

Numerous summer homes are
shooting U]j in the vicinity of the
coming golf course and the broad
beach beckons to week-end pleasure
seekers as well as the suburbanite
population.



Supervisor Andrew J. Gallagher,
chairman of the Tri-County High-
way Commission of San Francisco,
San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties,
has predicted a glowing future for
the Salada Beach country, which is
to be along the path of the new
Tri-County Highway, which is to
connect Santa Cruz and San Fran-
cisco by direct coastal route. The
highway will run through Salada
Beach, cutting the distance between
the Beach and San Francisco's busi-
ness district to eleven miles of
broad, silverv, scenic boulevard.



TECHNICAL ENGINEERS'
UNION




JOHN McLaren

San Frantisto's Venerable Park
Superintendent



By J. L. Slater Jr.

THE annual vacation periods for
the field parties are as follows:
Coughlan, June 17 to July 1 ; Knox,
July 1 to July 15 ; Flamm, July 15 to
July 29; Eggert, July 29 to August
12; Lundy, August 12 to August 26;
Jones, August 26 to September 9;
Garen, September 9 to September 23.

At the last meeting of Local 11
several questions of interest to all
members were thoroughly discussed
and then given over to the executive
committee for proper action. The
question of group life insurance for
members will be brought up at an
early date, so be present and get in
on this. The meeting was held in a
private dining room of a local res"-
taurant and after the business ses-
sion refreshments were served.

The great Mannelli once again
proved he is a pinch hitter when he
defeated Jim Owens at the royal and
ancient game on Harding links the
other morning. Don't let that bother
you, Jim, for you know at golf Cae-^
sar is "one of the best."

Code was back on the job for
few days, Init he is off again, owin|
to poor health.

ClilT Jones and party are crossi
sectioning the proposed line of Junji
pero Serra Boulevard in San Mated^
County. Bowhay and his assistant
are doing the office work on thii
project.

Coughlan has fallen for the lurd
of golf and may be seen nearly everj
morning out on Harding links try
ing to keep the little white ball oi
of the trees and brush.

The sympathy of No. 11 was e>
tended to Brothers Dennis ar
Stern recently. To Dennis on tli
death of his brother, and to Stern o^
the death of his father.



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27



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and

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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

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fish food to the public. Ask for your favorite fish or shell fish dish

prepared the way you like it.



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Sunday Chicken Dinner. 75c 5 to 8 p. m.

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And Delicious Refreshments

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1020 Market Street
Between Taylor and Jones Streets



SUPERIOR HOME BAKERY

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PHONE MARKET 0579



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May



^bove All—
The Roof

lis Importance to the Structure
Ranks With tJie Foundation

By J. I. Holder

Engineering Department, The Paraffine Compunies, Inc.




THE crown of the building — the
roof. The building is built for
it rather than the roof for the build-
ing. Its importance to the structure
ranks with the foundation — the one
the beginning, the other the end —
the one to support, the other to pro-
tect. Both merit first and last con-
sideration. The success of the
structure depends on these two ele-
ments.

Who wants to pay for expensive
leaks?

Who wants to be bothered with
repairs?

The difference in cost between a
good roof and a cheap roof is ex-
tremely small in the total cost of
any building. It usually represents
less than one-half of one per cent —
and that little difference represents
satisfaction or trouble. It never
pays any one to buy a cheap roof.

Here are some pointers in buying
roofs :

Advise with the manufacturer as
to selection of materials. What is
good for one building may be totally
unsuitable for another.

Depend upon the manufacturer to
select your roofer. There are many
"fly-by-nights" in the business today
— out of it tomorrow.

Be sure that the roof deck, or
base, is well braced, strong and suit-
able for the material which is to be
applied over it. Many roofing fail-
ures are caused by poor roof decks
and supports.

Pay particular attention to flash-
ings against walls, chimnej's, around
pipes, outlets and connections. Look
to the valleys, the hips, the ridges.
These are all trouble makers.

If you have more than one roofer
bid don't be too ready to select the
low bid. Analyze your bids and
check up with the roof deck to see
it all flashing work is well covered.




Upper: Two San
Francisco residences,
gutted by fire and
which the roofs helpedi
to "smother." Lower:
This picture illustralti
the "smothering" ac-
tion of a mineral-
surfaced roof. The
only damage done to
the gravel-surfaced
PABCO ROOFS was
around light wells
and trap doors, and
that was of little
consequence.



If it Ps not, have ir made clear in
writing.

A word about fire retardency :
Mineral Surfaced roofings of the
composition roof type provide excel-
lent fire resistance. More of this type
of roofing is being used every day. It
is durable, economical, colorful, and
highly fire-resistant. It carries no fly-
ing brand hazard. Sparks from chim-
neys cannot ignite it. Even burning
fire brands will die out on its surface.
The fire hazard from the outside of
the building is practically nil. When
a fire inside occurs, this type of roofing
has a smothering effect which has
proved its fire resistant qualities in
hundreds of cases. Remember, even
the most fire resistant materials can-
not support the roof deck or the build-
ing if it is gutted with fire. When
the roof deck burns away any roofing
material will collapse. Don't over-
rate fireproof roofing.

And lastly — let us take pride in
our roofs. Let us make them beau-
tiful, keep them clean and in good
repair. After all, the roof is our
protection — our shelter — the crown-
ing glory of our home.



REAL BEVERAGES



If you are accustomed to drinking
beverages it is natural for you to
prefer those that are pure and
wholesome.

The Meyer's Soda Water Com-
pany, with plants in San Rafael and
at 2106 Fifteenth street, San Fran-
cisco, manufacturers of St. Francis
Dry Pale Ginger Ale and St. Fran-
cis Orange Dry, pride themselves ir
their own process of mixing, pa>
tuerizing, bottling and handling <
their products.

Nothing but the best ingredient-
scientifically prepared and then
blended with the pure water of Mt.
Tamalpais, are used in the nianufi
ture of the Meyer's products.

Cleanliness is the watchword
the Meyer's plants. The pasteuri
ing process completes the manufi
ture and safeguards the product

The Meyer's Soda Water Coi
pany's products have been on tl
market for some time. W'ith their i
introduction they won instant favor
The products of the two plants g'
to make up another line of Califor-
nia's famous industries.



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May



BUREAU OF SUPPLIES



By Sister Susie



In Memoriam

\T THIS time it is exceedingly
fitting that a word be said
about our well beloved associate in
the Bureau of Supplies, our Chief
Storekeeper. "Mike" McGovern. His
sudden passing was a great shock
to us all and our sympathy goes out
to the bereaved family. We shall
miss him from our official family
and realize in a measure the loss to
those nearest and dearest.

"Mike" did have a keen sense of
humor and his sharp Irish wit, to-
gether with his kindly personality
made him a worth-while friend and
fellow worker.

In loving remembrance from.

SISTER SUSIE.



John L. Herget, Inspector of Sup-
plies for the City of San Francisco,
has been honored by the Fraternal
Order of Eagles by being chosen as
chairman of a joint committee of




JOHN L. HERGET

members of San Francisco Aerie
No. 5, and Golden Gate Aerie No.
61, Fraternal Order of Eagles, who
will make a fifteen day excursion to
Alaska and the Pacific Northwest
this summer.

A large number of municipal of-
fice holders will be included in the
party which leaves here on June 14,
according to Mr. Herget.

After visiting Portland a n d
Seattle en route, the party will sail
from the latter port for Vancouver,
by way of Victoria, a beautiful day-
light trip amid some of the most
entrancing scenery in the world. At
Vancouver the palatial Canadian
National vessel Prince Rupert, will
await the party and this com-
modious steamer, the fastest in the



Alaska service, will be the home of
the party for nine days.

En route to Skagway, the desti-
nation of the Prince Rupert, the



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