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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Fob. f, 00963 Archbishop - . i i cordova. C.rava.- will speak at ...................... !.. oilsere pulling for SU CYO D,nner   : l l l ' I ..... By Fred Cordova Thomas A. Connolly, SOME pollsters, near and far, must have had an Archbishop o f Seattle, will be principal speaker at verse :etUlterir motiVeback i to thein ranking Oregon State Univer- the ninth annual CYO Dinner  : :!ili/ sity in ninth place among the nation's best collegiate Thursday, Feb. 14, in the Civic Center Arena. basketball teams. Sponsored yearly by the Car- kflP" Were they fattening up the Beavers before the cognitionrll Club, dinnerthe eventfor theiS aadultre- : mThistmove, thoughnPUrely a conjecture, will help Seattle youth leaders in the Arch- U y g l,,,],,,,,,l,,,l,l],,,Ib,,,ll,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,l,,*,,,,{,l diocese. t., cart o,, .... .w ,m ill ed Press International, proved- YIII Trying mgn OTHER dignitaries attending ing the Chieftains beat OSU 14 WINS, 3 LOSSES, .824 Pot. will include Re. Rev. Monsign- this Friday in Corvalis. Home games In ep,al letters) or Frederick J. Stevenson of THE BEAVERS have an su OPPONENTS BIG CXmF Washington, D.C., national CYO 11-4 record. Bu! the Chmfs :', ',',; I director. nave one more Impresslve -- 0 TENNESSEE ST. g7 Miles, 36 Monsignor Stevenson Nil 14-3, gained by an opening sea- sdn 60-56 triumph over the same OSU ball club and a much tougher road schedule. SU's chances in the second altercation between these two Northwest powers are bright. For one, Vinos Cazzetta's 75 Dayton .......... eB Miles, 23 76 Xavier .......... 74 Miles, 29 83 Loyola (Chicago). 93 Miles, 77 California t " ... 85 Miles, 33 85 Idaho 1" ......... 71 Williams, 23 75 Arlzonat ......... $9 Miles, 19 103 MONTANA ST.. 79 Miles, 30 S9 Montana state ... rl Miles, 14 Idaho State ...... 72 Varmllllon, 22 S8 Montana State U. !;4 Miles, 20 90 GONZADA ...... 59 Miles, 24 4 LOYOLA (L.A.).. 4,$ Miles, 34 running band has beater the 102 Loyola (L.A.) ... $8 Miles, 23 Beavers. That's a psychologi- s ST. RV'S .... 63 Miles, 30 cal advantage. With or with- uTs 7.game totals ..s2 out Terry Baker, OSU Is a NEXT--Oregon State February 1 In very good team only because Corvallis, Montana State University February 8 tn seanle, University of of Me] Counts, the seven-foot the Pacific February 9 in Seattle and University of Portland February 17 In point-making heist. Seattle. For another, the Chiefs are t Far Wut Cle.lc, used to away-from-home con- overtlm*. ditions, having played 10 of 14 m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,m,,,,,m,,n,,,,, games outside of the friendly confines of the Seattle Civic Center Arena. THE ST. MARY'S COLLEGE Galloping Gaels flew in from Moraga, Calif.. via Pocatello, Idaho, with the reputation of being the class with the University of San Francisco Dons in the West Coast Athletic Conference. This reputation has been somewhat dented as the Chiefs grabbed their 14th win and n 9543 runaway Wednesday in a Homecoming game, attended by only 3,598 in the Civic Center Arena. But it was a good show on the part of St. Mary's, at least, for the first 13 minutes. The hustling Moragans led the ice-cold Chiefs, 13-4, with 15:11 to go. Solving the fast.moving Gael pat- terns, the Chiefs went ahead, 23-22, at 7:26. A trade of baskets ensued and SU was homefree for good. The Goals simply ran out of horsepower. Steve Gray, SM's 8 senior center, is all the star they say he is. Good shooter, rebounder and team man, he was finally stopped with 15 points at halffime and wound up with 27 alto- pRher. His production came to a near-halt when Jim Preston stuck to him like glue. But Gray is not an Eddie Miles, who bombed in 30 points in sOme 30 minutes of playing time. ST. MARY'S, COMPARED to Loyola, was a blur but like the Lions lacked the go.power of keeping up with the Chiefs. The Gaels will do all right in their own league. THERE IS A DEFINITE "togetherness" among the Chief- rains. It shows both ways while the Chiefs race the length of the court and even off of it. SU's tenacious defense and rugged rebounding, quite a thing in news copy these days, can be traced to Cazzetta's repeated instructions. Here's a sample as the personable coach paces the floor, bangs his fist on the palm of another and waits for his players to dress prior to Monday's meeting with Loyola of Los Angeles at the University of Puget Sound Fieldhouse in Tacoma. To one side of the dressing room stands a blackboard with the names, jersey numbers, positions and heights of Loyola's starters. "Vermillion," Cazzetta starts, "you cover McCloskey. Tres has Schiendler. Ernie, your man is Lawler. Eddie, you've got Flanagan tnd, Charlle, yours is Quinn." Dick Schiendler. sophomore forward, and Mike Lawler, junior center, are the Lions' tallest starters at 6-5. Ernie Dunston. senior, and John Tresvant, junior, are both 6-7. The balance of SU's cast is Greg Vermillion, $- junior; "Sweet" Charles Wil- liams, 6-0 sophomore making his first collegiate appearance be- fore the home folks; and Eddie Mites, the 0-4 senior and star of the Chieftains' shoot-'era.up series. "Now keep the pressure on," Venue Caszetta continues, "until we get into a lead. Press them from the start. I don't want any chea? lay-ins. Hit those boards. Aed remember de- fense, defense, defense. Keep your hands up all the time. We've got to hold them down. No field gonlst" Then sealing Loyola' fate, Vince said: "Tonight, we're 12-3. This is our 13th. We've got to get the 13th. Let's keep this string going. Remember the tournament. If we keep on winning, we've got a good chance to get back on the polls. If we lose, you never know what'll happen. Now don't let up. You may have beaten them before but this is a different night. Let's got" GETTING INTO THEIR diamond formation at tip-off, the Chiefs flew away with a quick basket from Tresvant. Loyola taking possession of the ball the second time, passed 12 times or held the ball while cutting through the key amidst the dis- pleasure of th fans, paying to see a better game, benefiting the Bellarmine Athletic Fund. SU's tight barrier persisted for seven and a half minutes. There were no field goals. SU led, 19-7. with the Lions making all of theirs on free throws before Brian Quinn, 5-10 senior guard, made Loyola's first earned two-pointer. At halftime it was 52-21, SU, and the yawning pace of the game resembled that of Saturday's meeting, which the Chiefs won, 04-45. Ten minutes into the second half, SU had a 72-34 bulge with the Chiefs at times literally taking the ball out of the Lions' hands. Bob Smither, 6-5 senior forward, pu t on a dazzling display of behind-the-back feeds to Waverly Davis, 6-9 soph pivotman, and Miles underneath the basket. Then Vinos sent in the "wrecking crew," a compassionate name for SU's reserves. With the score some 80-44 and eight minutes to go, the wreckers pushed on to give SUa 102-58 out- come. BLANCHET'S BILL ESTEP, 6-0 sophomore guard, scored his first bucket of the season for SU's 100th point: A TEAM, Danny Webster says, is a group of persons who work, play, act, etc., together. On the road, Cazzetta and his staff are always entertained by most of the Chiefs. The leader is usually Dunston, who gen- erally picks the song, beat and lyrics and even the soloist at that moment. And as far as harmony goes, you should hear the gang's interpretation of some of the popular blues and rhythm numbers. One rendition has been taped. On "he trip to Tacoma, all but three Chiefs were at the SU Memorial gym to board the bus. Dunston was picked up by Rainier Vista. The following dialogue was noted as the door opened by Holly Park for Eddie Miles, the Man with the Golden Arm: "Hello, Golden," a voice squeaked from the back. "T:.:re's the man with the Golden Brick," counterBd an- other. "Waddya mean," retorted Eddie. "I'm the Man with the Golden Voice." So continued with additional help from Miles the B & R num- br and senior manage r Denny Brown getting most of the tuneful ribs. Smither hopped on at the Midway intersection to the new freeway. And the gang was all there. present the national Catholic Youth of the Year award to Peter R. Kesling, O'Dea grad. uate from Holy Rosary. Kesling has been granted a leave of absence from the Uni- versity of Notre to receive the award. OTHER AWARD presenta- tions include the naming of the Archdiocesan CYO Teen-Agers ,of the Year from 24 finalists, the Carroll Club Civic Service plaque for an organization or firm supporting youth and the national Pro Dee et Juventute Medal for deserving adults. St. Bernard's serves as heart of Snoqualmie ski area 'Dam/he, non sum dignus' THE PRIESTLY role of bringing Christ to souls has no limits as evidenced by this photograph, taken Sunday at St. Bernard's Chapel at Snoqualmie Pass. Father Thomas R. Garvin, S.J., of Seattle University prepares to dis- tribute Holy Comnmnion to skiers attending the 12:45 p.m. Mass. More than 100 persons fill the small interdenomina- tional chapel at all of the three Masses, celebrated each Sunday during the skiing season. The entire congregation participates actively in mind, heart, voice and action with the celebrant. Communicants average more than 80 at each Mass. On the epistle side of the altar stands a statue of St. Bernard, given to the chapel as a memorial to the late Father Otmar Boesch, former CYO Skf School director. Overflow crowd occupies every space AN OVERFLOW congregation of ski enthusiasts squeeze into the 100-seat St. Bernard's Chapel at 12 noon Mass Sunday. Every available space, including the sanctuary, Ik filled. Completed three years ago, the rustic chapel is located in front of Snoqualnq ski lodge. A balcony, double-door entrances and a sacristy are being planned for the $30,000 chapel, property of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia. Three Masses at 8:30 a.m., 12 noon and 12:45 p.m. are scheduled in between Lutheran, Episcopal and gen. eral Protestant services. A board of trustees, representing the liturgical churches, co- ordinated the building of the chapel and meets regularly to supervise its operation The trustees are Father William Treacy, Assistant Chancellor of the Archdiocese; Lutheran Pastor C, P. Rasmussen and Episcopalian Canon Rudolf Devik, all of Seattle. St. Ber- nard's is the only building, set aside for worship, in the state's ski areas. Sports Photos by Charley Heib.) Admission will be $3.50 in- cluding tax. Dr. Ardon S. O'Dea has hold over Prep Weibel is general chairman. 1 I 70 wilISCuts receive hDCve Na?::rO:Da ,r! Northwest Ce:hLl:gUc/O:;lOs::elaIl P et GBL* !Si:n;!m M;!2::,/:M:idti11 STREN GTHF00 au ;.,e. a _.,,_,,, - Blanchet .............. 2 0 1.000 814 506 13 0 1.000 -- Halftime: 38-24, Blanchet. coveted medal Seattle Prep Panthers. Seattle Prep ..' ........ 2 1 .007 728 704 9 5 .04  W e s t e r n Conference at The Irish made it twice over O'Dea ........ 1 2 .333 633 017 7 7 .500 1 Blanchet. The foUowing two Sundays their arch-arch rivals with a ......... will see 70 Boy Scouts receive convincing 59-47 win Tuesday Bellarmine ............ I 3 .250 001 693 6 0 .500 2 Cascade 44, SEATTLE PREP the coveted Ad Altare Dei at Seattle U. The victory was *Games Behind Leader 38. High for the Bruins: Pete Peterson, 26, and Lou Steven- Cross in ceremonies in Tacoma a big one for the Maroon and This week's varsity spectacle son, 13; for the Panthers: and Seattle. Golds, who are keeping their February l--Seattle Prep at BIanchet, NCA, Western Con- Jim Yanker, 14. Halftime: 21- Twenty-six Scouts will be chances alive to enter the terence, parochial play-off; and St. Martin's at Tumwator, Cen- 14, Cascade. WC at Seattle U. recipients of the Church's tournament play-offs, tral League. highest award in Scouting at ALTHOUGH the Northwest Wilson BB, BELLARMINE 48. 3 p.m. this Sunday in St. Pat- Catholic Association title seems  February 2--Bellarmine at Blanchet, NCA; and Rochester at High for the Rams: Bill rick's Church in Tacoma. far out of reach now, O'Dea St. Martin's, CL. Parker, 14, and Jeff Hale, 11; The presentation will mark owns a 1-1 record in the Seat- February 5--O'Dea vs. Lakeside at Seattle U, 7:30 p.m., non- for the Lions: Bill Wynkoop, the seventh annual Scout Rev- tle parochial play-off series, league; and Lincoln at Bellarmine, Tacoma City League. 13. Halftime: 27-18, Wilson. erent Observance Sunday for featuring the best of six games. '*'`j'':'''''"`'1..'.`.''!'':. Tacoma City League at Bel- the western and southern dean- The winner gets the ticket away with 21 points in that ehet's last five games have larmine. eries, to travel north to participate period, been at home. Eatonville 52, St. Martin's 47. Forty-four other Scouts will in the District I0 play-off. The Three of the O'Dea starters Top weekend feature ala High for the Cruisers: Bob receive the medal at 3 p.m. survivor of that ge-together also turned in double-figures Blancher is Prep this Friday Crisman, 13; for the Rang- Sunday, Feb. 10, in St. James enters the las of the State scoring to pace a well-balanc- and Bellarmine this Saturday, ers: Pat Schreck, 13, and Cathedral. Class AA Tournament at the ed offense, led by Steve Tara- both in the Braves' gym. Dave Berschauer, 10. Half- The ceremony in Seattle will University of Washington Pavil- bochia with 16. Win No. 13 for the Braves time: 28-27, Eatonville. Cen- be the 14th annual Scout Rev- ion in mid-March, tral League in Eatonville. erent Observance Sunday for Blancbet, the state's first- BELLARMINE in Tacoma came Friday at the expense of the central and northern dean- ranked team with a 13-0 ran into more trouble Tuesday visitin Bellingham to the tune TUESDAY'S SQUABBLE eries, string, has 1-0 in the series in the persons of the Mount of 81-40. The 81 represents O'DEA 59, SEATTLE PREP The Tacoma ceremony will with that notched from the Tahoma T-Birds, who topped Blanchet's best output for the the Lions, 74-61, in a Tacoma season. 47. High .for the Irish: Steve also open the national observ- Irish. Tuesday's game was Tarabochia, 16, John Honda, ance of Scout Week from Feb- Prep's first in the Catholic City League game. And now the recaps: 12, and Carl Jacobson, 12; for ruary 7 to 13. eliminations. The loss shook the second- FRIDAY'S MENU the Panthers: Jim Yanker, 20. Jim Harney's Panthers help- place roots for Bellarmine, who BLANCHET 81, Bellingham 40. Halftime: 39 - 20, O'Dea. NCA ed O'Dea's cause by turning in are still hanging on behind High for the Braves: Jim and paroch'ial tournament Marian Award will one of the coldest shooting league-leading Wilson. Miller, 19, Tom Workman, play-off at SU. be reviewed Tuesday quarters in Prep history. The Blanchet has a chance to Blue and Whites made only fatten up its NCA leadand CYO pennant progress: SCOUT A Marian Award workshop two out of 14 field goal at- season record with three of for representatives of the Girl tempts in the second quarter the remaining seven games Scouts, Camp Fire Girls and while the Irish were breezing on the Braves' floor. BIRR. WEEK Junior Catholic Daughters of Scoreboard Sandings America will be held next Seattle results Seattle ,..e FEB. 7-100J Tuesclay in Green Lake Field-house. Homestretch is in G|r|s' basketball ,ris' basketball Programming will be from SPARTANETTES SPARTANETTES 10a.m. to12p.m. Thereisno view for Rangers s,...,0.,,.,_,,,, w, w, St. Joseph 24, St. Catherine 7. Lady of Lake. 3 01Sacred Heart g 1 2 service fee. Lady of the Lake 24, St. Benedict 10. Christ King .. 3 0!St Benedict ... 1 3 St Luke ...... 3 llAssumpflen ... O 3 The Marian Award Commit- CADETTES St Joseph .... 3 list. Catherine 0 4 FOR YOUR tee also needs names of The R a n g e r s of St. THE ALASKA Nanooks drew Christ the King 22, Assumption t4. Lady of the Lake 19, St. Luke 41. CADETTES NORTH NEXT Catholic leaders of G i r I Martin's College head for first blood Friday in their SMC st. Catherine 33, St. Plus 15. W L W L game and won, 69-58. Trailing St. Anthony 24, St. :rancls 7. FORD Scouts, Camp Fire Girls and home stretch of a long st Catherine . 4 0[St. Flus ...... ] 2 Junior CDA so that informa- behind at halftime, 33-27, Jerry Sacred Heart (B) 28, Holy Family 9. Lady of Lake. 3 1!St. Luke ...... 0 3 Lady of Leurdes 12, St. Bernadette 9. Christ King .. 2 list. Mark ...... O 3 teen on the award can be season. Vermillion's Rangers jumped BANTAMS Assumption .. 2 21 SEE mailed to all interested lead- Gaining the fourth victory in ahead, 53-48, with eight minutes Blessed Sacrament 20, St. John 19, St. Catherine (A) 23, St. Matthew 7. CADETTES SOUTH FRED ors. . 16 games with a split over tour- to go and couldn't hold on. St. Joseph 13. St. Mark 7. St. Anthony .. 3 0/St. Bernadefle. 1 2 In order to place these lead- ing University of Alaska, SMC SMC had two sharing scoring Assumptlun 38, St. Catherine (B) 10. 5uc. Heart (B) ] ! Holy Family .. HEINHART ers' names on the mailing list, plays host to the University of honors: Buzz Green and Rick st. Cathorlne cA)MIDGETS24, St. Luke CA) 22. Lourdes ..... I St. Francis .,.   Member Eberhardt, each with 14. st. plus x 1s, Christ tho King 17. Your best bet for sports and e the names should be forward- ,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, THE TABLES were turned Lady of the Lake 20, St. Mark 10. Blessed St. Anthony 25, St. Matthew 7. CYO news of significance is in Saarame,t ed to Mrs. Celeste Newman, SMC hoop stats Saturday although the score Socred Neart (Bel.)30, St. Teresa IS, Award chairman, EA 4-6424, or was tied, 33-all, at halftime as St. Joseph 25. Assumption 24. The Progress. Parhh to the CYO Office, 500 Aurora 4 WINS, 14 LOSSES, .222 Pct. SMC pulled a 78-67 triumph. St. Louise 39, St. Catherine (B) 16. AT St. Alphonsus 32, St. Anne 16; Ave. N., Seattle 9. (Home games In capital letters) John Donaldson led all with st. John 18, St. Margaret 13. Jim DiJulio Jr. :: ' RIACH - OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER 12th & E. PIHE: EA ,'5-5400 or AT 4-0787 SMC OPPONENTS TOP RANOER 22 points and 20 rebounds. He St. Bernadene 1,, St. Geurge ". I BILL PIERRE/ 66 Pacific Lutheran* 89 Petersun, 23 St. Paul 36, Sacred Heart Villa 14. SU 'Alma .cheney StUd'* 91Eberhardt, 15 was followed by teammate SPARTANS ! MOTORS, I.. 68 LINFIELD ...... 101 Peterson, 16 Mike Endicott with 19. st. Calherlne 33, St. Louise 28. is 64 EAST. WASH... 84 Dunaldson, 15 Christ the King 30, St. Benlcl 17. I LAKE CITY FORD DEALER I Mater Eberhardt, tS Current statistics s h o W St. John 23, St. Matthew 17. 85 WEST. MONT... 76 D. Rlehb 18 I 12531 30th AVE. N.E. / Endicott, 18 Gene Riehl, senior forward st. Luke 41, St. Francis of Asslssl 17. introduced St. Joseph 42, Lady at the Lake 28. 47 Western Wosh. 81 Green, 12 from Poulsbo, has made 36 80 Central Wash... 93 Peterson, 14 Sacred Heart (Bel.) 40, St. George 9. 75 CARROLL ...... 76 Douuldson, 23 out of 40 free throw at- CADETS 63 PACIFIC U ...... 70 Peterson, 20 tempts for a .900 percentage, st. Luke (A) 42, Christ the King 29. Seattle University's Al m a 1 PORTLAND ST... 53 Bloomfield, 14 ____ Mater Song was sung in pub- 9 LInfleld .......... 102 Paterson, 27 Donaldson, sophomore center AssumptiOnst. Plus X 31,34'st.LadYcalherlneOf the Lake28. 17. JERRY qU OREGON C.E... 78 Donaldson, 23 from Aberdeen, has scored 217 Sacred Heart (Whites) 37, St.. Joseph 36. lic for the first time Saturday 71 OREGON C.E... 75 Peterson, 30 St. Teresa 31, Holy Family (Kirk.)It. ltENT" at the SU Alumni Association's 7/ central Wash .... 101 Peterson, 23 points in 17 games for a 12.8 st. Anthony 32, Mount Virgin 20. Homecoming luncheon, s823 WEsT.Estern WAsH.Wash ..... .. 45'0 o.Onaldsn'Rlehl, St$ shooting average and 207 re- st.SacredAnneHeart Vlllo 40, St. Monlco ld.,$, St. James Comedro130. SCHELL MILLIONe Rendered by the SU Double s ALASKA ......... 69 Green, 14 bounds for a 12:2 output. Blessed Sacrament 32, St. Margaret 17. Eberhardt, 14 Corky Peterson, hot-shooting st. Alphonsus 39, St. Benedict 31. Member Quartet, the song was cam- 7a ALASKA ......... 67 Donaldson, 22 freshman forward from Shel- st. John 37, Socred Heart (Reds) 20. at. LA 5-8900  $1. Francis of Astlsl 37, St. Paul 9. posed by Joseph J. Galluci, t2o 18-game totals .1431 ton, has been relegated to the st. Bernadene 32, St. Edward 20. Catherine's faculty member from Tacoma, NEXT--University of Redlands Feb. junior varsity level and scoring Holy Rosary 38, St. George 24. lrlsh with words by Brian Temple- ruory 1 at 8:30 p,m. In Tumwater, SOPHOMORES RENAULT ton, a student. Northwest Nazarene College February 30 points or more in the last Assumption 32, St. Edward 21. Resldenco "9 in Nnmpa. Ida. four JV games, st Franc,, o, A,,,, ,t, .o,y Resory 29 m  N. PEUGEUT The lyrics: : *Tacoma Athletic Commission Invlta- St. Anthony 47, St. Joseph 45. tionol Tournament. St. Catherine 2S, St. Teresa 17. LA. S-59S6 When our college years Overtime St. Luke 31, St. Louise 26. are over ""'""".'""""""""""""""""""'"""""'" International FIAT SENIORS And we've gone our separate Redlands this Friday at Turn- Seminary Begun St.ChrlStjohnth,,KlngBlessed39' St.sacramontLUke 22. 26. "FLEET" WayS, Lady of the Lake 44, SI. Margaret 22. CHEVROLET ALSO LARGE SELl We'll remember all the trials water High School. Tip-off Js CARTAGe, Costa Rica, (NC) st. Catherine $0, Lody of Fatima 33. INC. And the joys of happy days. at 8:30 p.m. His Holiness Pope John st. George 32, Holy Famlll (Kirk.) 25. OF USED IMPORTS ,. .'.. ......... Assumption over St. Anthony (forfeit). . .......... When we view these halls no Then it's a two-mgnc engage- Xlll sent a special blessing to st. Joseph 02. St. ManiLa 24. ll7th aBd Bothen Way St Benedict 62 St Louise 34 longer, ment at Nampa Idaho Febru- those taking part in the cere .... lfld'fl RI'rMP// IA/&Y '- ' . . st. Phllomena 29, Lady of Lourdes 19. S A L ...... --'"''" "''- And we walk life's avenue, ary 8 and 9 against Northwest monies at the laying of the st. Bernadette $1. St. Francis of Asslssl E r E ............. We will never cease to cherish .Nazarene College. cornerstone of an international St21paul 40, Hal Rosar 38 ovortl I[M 3-6110 ur=m =vzr.. Y Y ( me). The Rangers last home semma here The memory of Seattle U. ry . Holy Family 29, St. Edward 21. , , We will never cease to cherish game of the season will be ,  The memory of Seattle U. against the Falcons of Seattle t I  r . - . Pacific College February 16, [   '1 1 " ......... The peppy song you hear the last day of the three-day I  l F F I I1 II II ll  I I  ...................... amidst the accompanying hand SMC homecoming festivities. I  If 1 IP IP I 1 ==  ll mr I I 1 I I e'i OFFI[IAL HEADOLIARTFRr claps at all of the Chieftains' The finale comes in Seattle I w =,, = = = = =. =" = == = ........... : .............. home games is the Fight Song. February 22 against SPC in I n mmm, mmmm, .l dLa -= -- I l 'V #me 1 Its lyrics follow: its Brougham Pavilion. I 00ULLI:00I00 I ._, ....... ..'% ..... Let's give a cheer for Seattle, .,, ' II .,, nm,e,00ne cmlre _ram,y Old Seattle U, OFFICE SUPPLIES NATIONALLY K OWN FOR FINE TEACHING Carry the fight for the PRINTIN II Foe.. ,,,0,, I1 ""_*2L__7_'J'" l Chieftains STATIONERY They will win for you. II $1CRgTARIAL I1 ,IAM l'mc,s " ,um ,q=pm,nr 1 (Rah, rah, rah!)  II ACCOUNTING I Ig  _.-----.. HOURS: 9 TO 5..30 l Over the foe we're victorious, /"A- II ,. ,. M. ,,Y ,u.c. f I More victories to our name, So let's give a cheer ''g -'/ II * INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION DAY & EVENING CLASSES I rnrr o.,=.. hl For the whale gang is here, NC-tL I J FREE PLACEMENT INQUIRE ABOUT OUR BUDGET I IJ[ gli/ilMgU .--" ..... %2"'" t1 TO cheer you,  I I PLAN I Ibm i, g :1 I BJ_...V .... /i} ff_ AI SeattleU, OPFICE,U,N,TU, II MA 4.7194 " ||| rmae ei@ MA|I 2-1440 II ........... I I r,m_,,..rt.,.... .. 1 Be suretokeep up with the TRICK & MURRAY II 5th & Virginia 2005 Sth Ave J] latet in CYO news. Read J  L The Progress each week.