Jenny Fille Batting For Little League Acceptance

(Original Caption) San Rafael, California: A Superior Court ruled April 10th 1974 that 11-year-old Jenny Fille can play Little League baseball, if she's good enough. Jenny is shown as she socked one during a practice game on April 10th, even after having been banned earlier in the game. The Marin County Court ordered the American League association not to take action against Jenny's team, the Bears, for letting her compete with the boys.
(Original Caption) San Rafael, California: A Superior Court ruled April 10th 1974 that 11-year-old Jenny Fille can play Little League baseball, if she's good enough. Jenny is shown as she socked one during a practice game on April 10th, even after having been banned earlier in the game. The Marin County Court ordered the American League association not to take action against Jenny's team, the Bears, for letting her compete with the boys.
Jenny Fille Batting For Little League Acceptance
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11 April, 1974
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