Livermore Journal, Sat, Nov 27, 1926Zinggs El Primos continued on their way to a semi-pro championship last Sunday afternoon when, with Gene Camozzi in the box, they handed a 14 to 1 beating to Ray’s Cafe for their fifth straight win.

Zinggs El Primos continued on their way to a semi-pro championship last Sunday afternoon when, with Gene Camozzi in the box, they handed a 14 to 1 beating to Ray’s Cafe for their fifth straight win.

Zinggs El Primos continued on their way to a semi-pro championship last Sunday afternoon when, with Gene Camozzi in the box, they handed a 14 to 1 beating to Ray’s Cafe for their fifth straight win.

Johnny Verges and Lefty Blunt, both former Livermore players were very much among the present. Vergas smacked one for three bases and Blunt hit a single.