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Cordovan caravan: Track mee on Fridays by Fred Cordova ]F YOU haven't already noticed by their busy activity, [ i all members of the Carroll Club and its Auxiliary have been granted a dispensation to allow them to have track "meet" on Fridays. WhLch gives them two more Fridays before the first blast of the starting gun, announcing the first annual Seattle In- vitational Indoor Track Meet SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, at the Coliseum. s * i & Happily enough, the $4.50 tickets are going a lot fester than t the others--S1.50, $2.50 and $3.50. But track aficionados say that among the better/best seats in the house are the $1.50 ones-the lower level chairs around the turns. These give the viewers the exciting finish line dash spectacles and the dramatic field events. Although ducats will still be available all the way to post time, invitational patrons may as well buy early at Sherman and L CMy, Dez' 400, the Beacon Light, Ben Paris, all in Seattle; Far- 11 Berg' Music in Burien, Bell, Book and Candle in Bellevue, Ban Marche Ticket Office in Tacoma and Carousel Music in Everett. tt * , TWELVE APOSTLES of Carroll will be attending this Satur- day in Portland the Oregon Invitational Indoor Track Meet in the Rose City's Memorial Coliseum. Portland's stars includes many from the Seattle galaxy. t BESIDES BEING top observers at this meet, the Carrollmen will assist in laying out (and probably packing up) the famed University of Oregon western-grown wood oval. .. * tt It takes cooperati and teamwork to put on this gigantic sporting spectacle. The Carroll Club has a good team. They include Tern Rasehko and Lee Sinclair, co-chairmen; Milt Link, finance; Pat Geraghty, legal affairs; Earl Spongier and Gene Ford, publicity; Frank Scott and 3oe Barreca, tickets; Jim Rider, track facility; Harry Ashmore, club president, and Ran MacMillan, speakers' bureau, and Tom Kobayashi, comp- troller. The professional staff has two big stalwarts in UW's track L coach, Stan Hiserman, serving as meet director; and Dick Friel I of Friel and Willey, Inc., public relations. The big assist in all CYO oriented moves naturally comes from the cYo Office staff, headed by Father Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CYO director. These include J. Gordon (Gordie) Hamilton, Maurice (Moo) Elbert, athletic director Pete Hupper- ten and Genevieve Arnaud. Vern Raschko by profession is state general agent for the "Knights of Colurnbus Insurance. He has had his neck in track affairs since the Carroll Club elected him chairman in 1959. "Well, they sort of drafted me," he would remark. Raschko, 42, lives with his wife, Dorothy, and their six chil- dren t 916 36th Ave. in St. Teresa's Parish. Lee Sinclair, 36, "split the work" with Vern after Sinclair's tenure as Carroll president had been completed. An avid sports enthusiast, Lee is involved in the management of Kaufer Catholic Supplies. "  HE LIVES WITH his wife, Mary Helen, and their l0 chil- "dren at 902 17th Ave. E, in St..Toseph's Parish. There's no rest for the wicked or for fathers of large families. IN THE INSIDE LANE--Despite the storm in the alphabet  soup, brewed between the NCAA and the AAU, the latter coor- dinating group for pest-collegiate participants in regional, na- tional and international competition has shown much interest on the local level... This invitational Is definitely being sane. *: tioned by the U.S,:Track and Field Federation, the NCAA's !: nswer to the AAU in the international affairs of track and field .. One notable collegiate name will be missing from the Feb- runty :Eth meet: Charlie Green, former O'Dea state high school iii ehampi0n and now at the University of Nebraska. Green will be : enmpeting for the Cornhuskers in a midwest meet the same day as the Carroll show... There is also n Shinnick at Holy Names Academy; Sue, a junior. And the newest Shinniek is the former, carol Peterson of UW majorette fame, who married Phil during Christmastide at Our Lady of Fatima Church... i  At Gonzaga Prep, Phil Shinnick was student body treasurer !i: and a first.string member of the football, basketball and track .... teams. But it was a sebolarship in track that brought him to > Huskyville, a near claim to the world broad jump record of  27.4 in 1.963 and a berth on the U.S. Olympic Team in Tokyo .... ... Prime mover for the State Senate resolution, commending the Carroll Club and the participating athletes in the invitational :: was Edward ft. Logan, King County Superintendent of Schools ::i  and past Carroll Club president. At the senate ceremonies was ii :I! Gerry Lindgren who flew from Spokane to join Stan Hiserman ! and the UW track squad in the state capitol Thursday... And if there are to be radio transmissions during the meet, Spo- kane's KREM will be broadcasting the events to Spokane citi- zens, who follow Lindgren's achievements like doting relatives . If you still wantmore to read after this Progress coverage on the invitational, purchase the beautifully prepared souvenir programs at the Coliseum. The souvenir booklet, going at 50 ceats is a collector's item. On starting blocks Track star PHIL Shinnick, University of Washington's well.known broad iumper, leads a galaxy of Olympic and national track and field stars in the Seattle Invita- tional Indoor Track Meet Saturday, Feb. 6, in the Seattle C e n t e r Coliseum. Shinnick is a graduate of Gonzaga Prep where he also starred in football and basketball. CYO scoreboard Seattle results Boys' basketball St. Anthony (R) 23, Lady of the Lake Bees 11. St. Catherine Bees 3S, Blessed Sacra- ment 18. St. Joseph 41, Sacred Heart (B) 18. Assumption 22, St. John 18. Christ the King 14, St. Luke 10. St. Mark 27, Lady of the Lake A's 22. St. Catherine A's 23, St. Matthew 13. MIDGETS Assumption JV's 27, Lady of the Lake JV's 18. St. Luke JV's 31, St. Aiphonsus S. Lady of Loud'des 27, St. Margaret 19. St. Aiphonsus 42, Lady of Fatima 17. Blessed Sacrament 42, St. Anne 20. St. John 31, St. Benedict 27. Briscot 35, Holy Rosaary 21. St. Bernadette 33, St. Paul 30 (double overtime). St. George 45, Holy FamllY 25. St. Matthew 21, St. Plus 20. St. Mark 31, Lady of the Lake 29. Christ the King 20, St. Catherine 10. St. Luke 1% Sacred Heart Villa 15. St. Louise 24, Holy Family (K) lS. St. Anthony (R) 29, St. Joseph 1S. Sacred Heart (B) 19, Assumption 18 (overtime). SPARTANS Assumption JV's 19, St. Luke JV's IS. St. Plus 44, St. John 27. St. Luke 36, St. Catherine 14. Sacred Heart Villa 31, St. Matthew 9. Assumption 41, Lady of the Lake 23. St. Monlca 27, St. Benedict 26. Holy Rosary 26, St. Joseph 21. Imdy ,Ggadalupe 29, Sacred Heart (B) 13, St. Alphoesus 31, St. Francis 24; CADETS St. Luke JV's 22, Assumption JV's 21. Lady of the Lake JV's 47, St. Berna- dette JV's 25. St. Paul 41, St. Bernadette 25. Holy Rosary 38, Lady of Lourdes tS. St. George 38, St. Francis 31. Holy Family 42, arlscoe 37. Lady of Fatima 47, St. Benedict 27. St. Joseph 44, St. Alphonsus 34. Blessed Sacrament 64, St. Anne 26. St. Louise 30, Holy Family (K) 28. St. Monlca 32, Sacred Heart (B) '}7. St. edward 22, Mount Virgin 21. St. Luke 46, Christ the King 43. Lady of the Lake 41, St. Mark 21. St. John 30, St. Catherine 21. Assumption 45, St. Matthew 42 (double overtime). SOPHOMORES St. Monlca 27, St. Catherine 25. Lady of the Lake 3g, Assumption 33. St. Luke 36, Holy Rosary 26. SENIORS St. Anthony (K) 61, St. Michael (Olym- pia) 48 (in Olympia). Christ the King 61, St. Edward (Shel- ton) S4 (In Olympia). St. Luke 39, St. Mark 37 (overtime). Assumption 47, St. Catherine 41. St. John 40, Lady of the Lake 27. St. Francis 47, Holy Rosaary 28. St. Anthony (R) 32, Holy Family 14. St. Margaret 58, Immaculate 54. St. Teresa 28, St. Anne 21. St. Joseph 40, Holy Family (K) 32. Sacred Heart (B) 23, St. Monlca 22. Compiled by MAUREEN THORSTENSEN (Continued from Page 1) pole vault and high iump. Seats on the lower level are all going for $1.50. Now who are those among the galaxy of stars? THE OLYMPIC performers are broad jumper Phil Shinnick of the University of Washing- ton; his UW teammate Wari- boko West, exchange student who performed for his native Nigeria in the broad jump; Spokane's prep sensational dis- tance runner Gcrry Lindgren, who is tabbed to go to Washing- ton State University; Oregon S t a t e University's sub-four- minute miler Morgan Groth; and Santa Ana Junior College's Ed Carruthers, who's gone over seven feet in the high jump. In fact, there are two other sub-four-minute milers: John Camion of Ka.nsas' College of Emporia (3:56.1); and Bob Day of the University of California at Los Angeles (3:58.9). Groth's fast time is 3:57.9. The world record-bolder in the indoor pole vault is John Uelses of LaSalle C o II e g e (Christian Brothers) in Phila- delphia. He became the first man to soar over 16 feet with a fiberglass pole in the pole vault and last June captured the National Collegiate Ath- letic Association champion- ship. Another champion--from the Amateur Athletic Union -- is .Don Castle of University of Southern California. His best heave is 60-9 in feet and inches. And the invitational will not be an all-collegiate show. STAN HISERMAN, the meEt's hard-working director, has collared six of the state's best high school distancemen. These include Jim Schultz, Metro League champion miler and cross-country champion from Franklin High and a product of St. Edward's Par- ish; Dale Robertson from Spo- kane's Shadle Park who shat- tered Lindgren's prep cross- country record; Larry Almberg of Evergreen; Roscoe Divine of Vancouver's Columbia River; Rick Riley of Ferris; and Ron Stjern of Snohomish. Hiserman is track coach at the UW. Six of the meat's 21 events are for high schoolers. More than 1O0 are expected to participate in the invita- tional, fully sanctioned by the NCAA's US Track and Field Federation. All prepsters, abiding by state rule, will compete as individuals and not as representatives of their respective alma maters. Track meet order of events 1) 7:30-high school 60-yard high hurdles. 2) 7:45-high school 60-yard dash. 7: 56-OPENING CEREMONIES 3) 8:00-open 60-yard high hurdles . 4) 8:00- open pole vault. 5) 8:1S-open 60-yrd dash. 8) 8:25-high school 60-yard hurdle finals. 7) 8:35-open broad iump. 8) 8:35-high school 60-yard dash finals. 9) 8:45-open 60-yard high hurdle finals. 1O) 8:55-open 60-yard dash finals. ll) 9:10-open high jump 12) 9:lO- open shot put. 13) 9:10- open mile run. 14) 9:20-open triple jump. 15) 9:20-open 500-yard run. 16) 9:30- open 1,000-yard run. 17) 9:40-high school mile. 18) 9:50-open mile relay. 19) 10:09 - high school 1,000- yard run. 20) 10:10-open two-mile run. 21) 10:25 - open two-mile relay. Ii1i'r!r[!;m!11!`r11!J11!r1II1III1iIT1II1T[Ei1I Featured in the relays will be UW, USC, OSU, Stanford University and San Jose State College in the mile and USC, OSU, SJSC and UCLA with Day in the two-mile. Actually two high school events--the 60-yard high hur- dles and 60-yard dash will be preliminaries to the formal opening with the first event at 7:30 p.m. THE OPENING rites will start at 7:50 followed at 8 by the open 60-yard high hurdles and pole vault. The show will go on until approximately 10:40 p.m. that Saturday. Highlight of the evening will be the Carroll Club's presenta- tion of the meet's Most Valu- able Award to the choice ath- lete, picked by the working press. With less than a week away, all concerned are working. The Carrollmen have enlisted indi- vidual sponsorships of certain events by the * Seattle Times, the Knights of Columbus' Seat- tle Council and other business firms. On your mark, get set, go .. to the Seattle Invitational Indoor Track Meet February 6 at the Coliseum. COLLEGIATE PROGRESS Friday, Jan. 29, 1985 THE PROGRESS----13 Beilarmine shocks Prep By Jim Murray The Bellarmine Lions, never one to go by statis- tics, shocked the Seattle Prep Panthers right out of the unbeaten ranks of the North- west Catholic Association, 71- 70, Tuesday at Seattle Univer- sity. Led by Mike Tretten's 21 points and the smooth ball han- dling of Ralph Riden, Ran Ur- quart's Liqns overcame a Pan- ther lead with 4:39 left in the fourth quarter on a basket by Tretton, and never relinquished it. The Panthers of Jim Harney were unable to take advan- tage of two jump balls in the last 52 seconds, and Euffered their first NCA loss. Dick Saxton scored 20 for the losers. Bellarmine rounded out its NCA schedule, finishing 2-4. Blanchet tops the list with a 3-0 record, followed by Prep 1-1, with O'Dea last at 1-2. In another "family game," Gene Duncan broke into the 20 point club for the sixth time, leading Blanchet to a 58-47, win over O'Dea with 23 points. In this week's Western Con- ference action Blanchet tra- vels to Bellingham to meet the Red Raiders. George Mor- rison's Braves, 3-1 in confer- ence play, should whip the Red Raiders, who sport a 2-4 record. Cascade and Seattle Prep square off at Cascade on Friday, with the game rated a toss-up. Also on Friday night, Sta- dium should whip Bellingham and stay in contention for Ta- coma City League honors. Recaps: FRIDAY'S THRILLERS LINCOLN ,,, aELLARMiNa S,..,gh Lions corner Panther for the Abes: Jay Hook, 14, Tom Lund, 13, and John Argor, 13; for the Bells: Mike Tretten IS, Craig Hilden, 13 and Ralph RiCh, 11. Half- SEATTLE PREP'S Dick Saxton (with the ball) waits for time: 31-23, Lincoln. Tacoma City Bellarmine's Bob Woutila to come back down before League at University of Puget Sound. Elma 60, St. MARTIN'S $3. High for unleashing a basket Tuesday in an NCA feature at Seattle the Eagles: Carl Hattie, 18, Mike James, 20, and John Seamen, 10: for U. Others in the action (from left) are Bellarmine's Craig the Rangers: Jim aonnam, ta and Hilden and high scorer Mike Tretton. The Lions pulled an Jeff Freeney, 10. Half time: 35-23, Elma. Central League at Elma. upset over the favored Panthers, 71.70. Blanchet S8, O'DEA 47. High for the Braves: Gene Duncan, 23, and Pat (Progre. Sports Photo by Charl@y Hclb) Meier, 10, for the Irish: Ray Simp- son, 17. Halfnme: 27.18, BlencheS. Northwest Cathollc Assoclotlon at tllll Ill IIHHT]hIII[}]II 'Jllllil IlE[llllllll!l]lllllli]lillllllllll]ll] Ill W1ITiI[IiI!IiIiIpIiiIiiiIid(I ltlltl{llllllllllllll  BlancheS. SEATTLE PREP $S, Cascade $4. (Over- time) High for the Panthers: Dick Sexton, 13, Mlck Trdaquet, 12, ane Pat Burns, 10; for the arulns: Grog Chandler, 13, Jeff Hammond, 14, nnd Jim Miller, 10. Halftlme: 19-15, Cas- cade. Western Conference at Seattle Unlverstly. SATURDAY'S SQUABBLE Castle Rack 61, St. Martin's 58. High for the RocketS: John Marks 20, and Tom Seals 14; for the Rangers: Jim Hannam, 16, Duke Spencer, 12, and Jest Smith, 10. Halftlme: 29-28, St. Martin's. Non-leaguo at St. Martin's. TUESDAY'S FEUDS BELLARMINE 71, SEATTLE PREP 70. High for the Lions: Mike Tronon, 21, .Gralg Hllden, l& and Carl HIIdea, 12; tar the Panthers: Dick Sexton, 20, Jim Giillngham, 11, Mike $orenson Mike Tronquet and Tom Ollnsebh, all with 10. Halftime: 30-29, Prep. NCA at Seattle U. ST. MARTIN'S 47, O'DEA 44. High for the Rangers: Jim Hannam, 23, for the Irish: Ray Simpson. 14, AI De Lea 12, and Pat Welch, 10. Halftime: 25-23, St. Martin's. Non-league at St. Mar- SMC streak ends; fin's. SU keeps rollin9 CYO scoreboard Seattle results Northwest Caholic Association 1964-65 varsity basketball League Season W L Pct. PF Opps. W L Pet. GB Blancher ........ 3 0 1.000 680 484 9 I .900 -- Seattle Prep .... I 1 .600 747 720 8 4 .7 1 O'Dea .......... 1 2 .M3 533 529 5 5 .500 2 Bellarmine 2 4 .333 724 82 3 I0 .131 2 St. Martin's (season only ......... 761 722 7 7 .SO0 -- Spectacles to come January 2--Bollnrmlne vs. Stadium at UPS, Tacoma City and Cepltal Leagues, 7 pm; Blanchet at Belllngham, Western Conference, 8 pm; SeaJtle Prep at Cascade in Everett, Western Conference, 8 pm; and White Pall at St. Marttn'i, Central League, 8 am February 2--Blanchot vs. O'DIa at SU, NCA and Catholic city playoff series, 8 pro; seattle Prep at Meadowdots, Western Conference, 7:30 pm; and St, Mar- fin's at WInlock, Central League, 8 pm. February S.-Bellarmlne at Lincoln, Tacoma City and Capitol Leagues, 8 pro; Seattle Prep at Lincoln, NCA, Catholic city playoff series and Western Conference, 8 pro; and Yelm at St. Martin's, Central Leaguo 8 prn. February 6 -- Elanhot at Wenatchea, Western Conference, 8 ImL February 9 -- Mount Tatmma at Belinrmlne, Tacoma City and Cmffl Leagues, 8 pro; and O Dee vs. Seattle Prep at Seattle U, NcA, and CtK, OIIc city playott series, 8 . W lllllllllllllfllllfl t llllllllltlllllllllllllilllll U lll I IIIIlUlIIilIIIII BIt Ill filth l lilt t lilt lit B lllfillllllllllllllllllltlt flllllltlln l lllll{llllllllllfl IIU IIII l Ill I I IIIIIIIIIII II Hlt1111111lilglll]ntltllll Cubs will visit :"'"'"'"'"'"'" More Stamps for new CYO truck A TEDIOUS but satisfying job, undertaken by these youngsters, is opening envelopes and inserting green stamps into booklets for the CYO's S&H Green Stamps Truck Cam- paign. Workers (from left) are Patricia McGee of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Scan Corr of Christ the King and Mary McGillis of Holy Rosary, who are among youngsters volunteering their time to the drive. The goal, earmarked for next June, is $5,000 worth stamps of which 932,579 has already been donated. The new truck will replace vehi- cles used to haul baggage and equipment to camps, said Mrs. James Dalton, archdio- cesan CYO cultural chairman and Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women north can- :' tral di..anery president, who is chairmaning this campaign. Stamp contributions may be O sent to the CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N., Seattle 98109. The seven-game win- ning streak of the St. Martin's College Saints was brought to an abrupt halt Friday by Central Washington L College in Ellensburg as the Wildcats mauled SMC 98-69 and Saturday, 96-67. The games percentage-wise were two of the worst in the season for the Saints: They were able to hit only 36 per cent and 35 per cent from the field and even the free throw percentage was below the season averages. ' ................ ,I]lrrlil[Hi'[llltTfll"llEFl" ' *m a,' ,imw,,x,r.r:z,i ................ ,,r'=,l Girls' basketb(dl : 9.m = Go-go for SU SPARTANTS Marine Aquari.m : - , St. John 17, Assumption 10. Christ the KI.g 30. L., at the Lake Forty-eight Cub s= of st. Earl :MDanaler*_ 11 WINS, 6 LOSSES, .647 Pct. t. (Home games In capital letters) St. Joseph tS, Lady of Fatima 10. Matthew's S c h o o 1 will be e e SOOPFONENTS E O CHEF S LU. O.d, 1, SeC--00 .. ,B, Seattle 71 ARIZONA ........ 7 Workman, 23 13. special guests of the LIFE:* : 9$Okiahoma ....... 81 Willlams, 2 CADETrES Marine Aquarium this Satur- : HEALTH: 7679 TuIsaARIZONA.., ......... STATE 789S Workman,Strng' 1426 Lady of the Lake 23, St. Joleph 1S. day. GROUP _ 75 UC STA BARB'RA $5 Williams, t2 alessed Sacrament 31, Lady ef Fctlma 76 LeSalla .......... 74 Williams, lg 10. Cub master Edward L. Poole I" . : 74 Duquesne ........ 80 Williams,  St. John 17, St. Margaret $9 Memphis State 77 Workman, 21 St. Anthony JR) 15, Sacred Henri (e) and assistant cub master 3ohn e .... "" FA..Y = 77 OePaul .......... gl Strnng, l$ 9. 111 GONZAGA 87 Wllflams, 32 St. John 22, St. Alphonsas 6. Kelly will chaperone the sit. e: ....... :::ii, 76 Montana State ... 77 Working,, 20 St. Luke 34, Chrlsl the King :1. At the Aquarium the cubs : INOMI : 7S Idaho State ...... 74 WIIIlams, l St. Beaedlct 42, St. Mark 22. " 72 Brigham Young .. 92 WIIllams, St. Catherine 23, Christ the King 15. will see two new b Alaska * , HOSPITAl. : 7S SEATTLE PAC'IC 66 Strong, 24 ..-omplied by MORT@A@I 103 WEST TEXAS .... 57 Williams, 2 ":' LEA LORRAINE fu.r seals, and a speeJal Mar- ee 90 WEST TEXAS .... 70 Williams, 27 ine Circus Show. Fifty other ...=,:--. 89 iDAHO ........... 72 Workman, 17 Martin's St. was rebounded both games, though Mike Bruener had the top in- dividual number each night. Bruener was also the high game scorer the first game with 21 and high for St. Mar- fin's the second night with 16 peintg. He is averaging 21.7 a game. out*   Strong, 17 1409 17-game totals ...1305 NEXT--University of Portland, Jan- uary 28 In Portland, Montana State Col- lege February 1 at the Coliseum, Idaho State Unlversity February S at the Collteam, University of Hawall Febru- ary 10 at the Coliseum, UnlverIty of Idaho February 13 In Moscow, Seattle Pagiflc Colelge vs. Unlverslty of Puget Sound and SU vs. Oklahoma City Uni- verslty February lS in a doubleheader at the Coliseum and Universlty of Ne- Vada Feb1"uary 20 in Rang. Bruener both nights received points supportby 6-5 junior ! SMC eyes center-forward Terry Monahan. The former O'Dea High star bucketed 20 and 15 points. Meanwhile in Chieftainville, captain Charlie Williams and company have fashioned a four- game win streak to make Se- attle University ]1-6 for the year, discounting the Univer- sity of Portland game Thursday in Portland. The latest victim was the University of Idaho in the Seat- tie Coliseum by an 89-72 score. The Chieftains, led by Charlie tourney 16 WINS, 0 LOSSES, .727 Pet. (Home games In capital Ioffor=) SMC OPPONENTS TOP SAINT  Eastern Wash. e... Burnley, 19 British Coiumbla SS * Burnly, 15 91 WESTERN MONT. 77 Bl'Ueaer, 211 79 WESTERN MONT.  Brnaner, 24 74 Llnfleld .......... 81 Brnener, 34 101 OREGON TECH. 66 Brueaer, 19 86 OREGON TECH 70 Ernener, 27 1 Western Wash. ,. 71 Brueaer, 17 Alaska .......... 69 Burnley, 24 80 Alaska ........... 6] Brnener, 21 l0 Alaska ........... 64 S. Strolan, 29 3 WESTERN WASH. 68 Brueaer, 63 EASTERN WASH. 7t Burnley, 23 109 PACiFiC ........ 79 Burniey,2 92 PACIFIC ......... 74 Erueaer, 2 9 LINFIELO ....... 79 Eurnley, 27 "101 Oro Col Educ .... 66 Burnley, 21 79 Ore Col Edac .... SS S. Strolon, 17 911 CASCADE ........ 63 Bruener, 43 82 Eastern Wash... 7S Brueaer, !  69 Central Wash ..... 98 Bruener, 21 Williams, Malkin Strong, Tom 6 Central Wash ..... 96 Srueaer, 16 Workman and Rich Turney,  threatened to run away and hide 1,0 n-gem0 totals *i4th annual Totem Tournament In from the  Vandals in the first half. They romped to a 51-33 lead but returned after the inter- mission to play the second half rather nonchalantly. The Chief- tains were ahead by 20 with about six minutes to play when Coach Bob Boyd cleared the bench. Williams is the "Big Chief" in the point making depart- ment with M0 total points for a 20 per game average. Tom Workman is second in scor- ing with 248 for a game aver- age of 14.59. Workman also leads the regu- lars in field goal and free throw percentage and is the leading rebounder. Tom has shot .531 from the field and .773 from the charity line. He has 150 re- bounds. Vnnouver, B.C. NEXT--Northwest Nazarene College February 12-13 In Nampa, Ida., Seatt/e Pacific College February 18 at Olympia High School, Gonzaga University Feb- ruary 20 in Spokane, Whltworth College February 22 in Spokane and Seattle Pa- ciflc College February 2S in Seattle. i On the docket for the young SATURDAY, ffan. 30 -- As- sumption CYO T e n C | u b, dance, "Fun, Fun, Fun," 8:30 p.m., parish hall, S ee t t 1 e. Music, Fabulous Fathoms. Ad- mission, $1 per person, $1.75 per couple; 25c additional with. out CYO card. Terri Mtson, chairman. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Wrltlng * Forming Trades Sociel Work * G|orlcet Work For informatioR write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.SC. Notre Dame Hiqh Snhoo| 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. 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