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?aS[x j_--- -_ .. __  .... CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PRbG-RI[cSS &apos; FriclQy, February7, ]94"/ TiT-rE MiX00- TUESDAY .... Holy Rosary G00rl O'DEA PREP K.C.Schedule . . _. ' '- . winner In E,;ITV ,  " - Entertainmnt Oratory Contes't 00enf Ho00OO.E; 00HOL00%UTH TeamsSet For DO WE WANT A FOrTheLadms Teamteadsln Decisive Game _ SOVIET PEACE? Jl Dinner Party on Monday; Dance Set For Feb, 15 Knights Of Columbus will be hosts to their fair ladies at a din- -ner party and ent_rtalnment I scheduled for Monday evening i zext and at a Valentine Dance on! Saturday, Feb. 15. Both events i will be held in the K- C Clu b . r The Berg-mann Drcthers, A1, Norbert and Frank are in charge of arrangements, for the gala par- ty on Monday. A full-course din- ner will be sem, ed between 6:30 and 8 p.m. An entertainment prograJ] and games will follow, many awards being made to the fair guests. A sell-out is predicted by Cha:x- man Al MacQuarrie for the pre- Lenten cabaret dance scheduled 8 ' for Saturday, Feb. 15. Reserva- tions still are available for Knights and their friends. KNIGHTNOTES William J. McMahon, peppery membership chairman for Seattle Council, announces a class of '35 candidates will be initiated on Sunday, March 16 to honor the order's 65th anniversary. 'Raced Forte, Jim Di Julia and Tom Mirante have issued a chal- lenge to any combination of Irsh bowlers. "And they can name their steaks, any style," says Tom Mirante. John B. Corwin now is vroprie- tar of the Red Checker Cab Co.. operating from 8624 Aurora Ave and giving the North End metro- pal[tan service The phone is Fill- more 1050. Mr. Corwln is. former assistant traffic manager o Se- attle's largest taxi fleet. :i! North Sector Parochial Standings NORTH SECTION IV LI BI. SacramentW LISt Mary 2 21 St. Anne 3 0 ! st. George 2 2 St. Joseph 3 0 i Mr. Virgine 1 3 St Benedict 2 0 [ St. Teresa 0 4 1 St. John 2 2 1 SOUTH SECTION tr W LI W L! Cathedral 4 0iSacred Heart 1 3 i Immaculate 4 0 i St. Margaret 1 3 1 Holy Rosary 3 I St. Patrick 1 3 : Doiy Family 3 1 ISt. Cat'e:ine 1 3 St. Alphonsus 0 4 Blessed" Sacrament. basketeers took the lead in the Parochial League's northern division as they swamped St. Margaret 31-10 at Garrigan gym Saturday. It was the fourth straight win bliss ELizabeth P o w e r s, Holy fr th U District quintet and it ROsary High 'School junior, was P laced them one game ahead of named one f three winners in the any contender for the North Divi- Seattle oratory finals Friday night., sion title. The contest sponsored by the State John Haberle scored 14 points Conservation and Resources cam-i t give him an average of 20 m:,ttee, was held at the Chamber point% per game He is a strong of Commerce Auditorium. contender for high point man of the ci:y with a total score of 80. As one of the three C.ty finalists Fritz Holt caged :11 points and Mss Powers will compete in the!hit h man for St. Margaret was division contest to be held at a i Chamber of Commerce luncheon n Feb. 14. Winner of this con- test will go on to the state finals before the Leslature at Olympia. ss Powers went as far as the divisional finals in the same con- test last year. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers "of 205 Bennett St. She entered Holy Rosary High from St. George Parish School. Holy Rosary High,School has a noteworthy record for winning contests in oratory and debate A zecent prize winner from the school _ was 00len 00ickerson, sen00or, first Newman Club To place winner in the seattle Col- lege forensic tournament last De- Elec Officers icem00:r Members of the U. of W. New- man Club will hold their 1947 elections ,at the Newman House, "lMesday , Feb. 11. Votes will be cast between 8:00 a. m. and 8:00 p.m. ..Nominations were made at a club meeting Sunday. Nominees are: Tomas Toomey, president; Donald M, aher and James McCabe. 1st vice-president; David Swift and William Riagrilio, 2nd .vice president; Marguerite Barrett and Elizabeth Lee, secretary; Mike Hughes and Morrie Sch',ax, treas- ulr. Ne'._an Club now boasts a rec- ord membership of 197. N.ewman Club Bids All Students To Novel Dance Tonight All Catholic students are in- vited to the Lodge Skiers Dance sponsored by the Newman Club to be held at the Blackburn Com- munity Club on Feb. 7. Cars v,ll leave the Newman House for the Backburn Club at 7:30 p. m. Tickets may be purch- ased at the Newman Club, memb- ers 75 cents, non-/nembers $1. FOOT RELIEF GUARANYEED o. _YOUR MONL:"Y nACIK WHY s00m? Net 0 "" Sensational Velva- Sole' .Arch Restorers VJll fn moist  KI rnplehJ relief at nearly all ty,m of corn- "mort foot aliments much auB we. arehem, metatanml caliousel, ,lurQ tram orns, leg" pains,,  heels, weak pron&ted ankle. EXPFATLY HITED B DREW-ENGLISH Fine Shoes 1327 Third Ave.  3783 FUNERAL DIRECTOR ESTABLISHED 1897 IrRD LYNCH GEORGE JERREAD MABEL BARLO OWNERS & OPERATORS SERVICES OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER AT A MOD- ERATE COST 1 Harvard Ave. at Ptae 8L --TERMS AS DESIRED-- EAst 7444 - CATH'YU CLUB SKI TREK SUFiDAY ----v-- Members of the Cath-Yu Club , will meet ,at 7:30 a m. on Sunday, t Feb. 9, at Cathedral Hall to en- joy a day of skiing Members are Mezich. Cathedral and Immaculate school, teams are tied for the South I2.ivision honors with four straightwins each. Holy Rosary and Holy Family are tied for second place. Each has won three andlost one. Saturday's Results NORTH DIVISION St. Joseph 24, Sacred Heart 10. St. Patrick 18, St. Alphonsus 2. BI. Sacrament 31. St Margaret 10. St. Catherine 14, St. John 12. The game between St. Anne and St. Benedict was postponed. SOUTH DIVISION Cathedral 36, Mt Virgine 24. Holy Rosary 45, St. Teresa 14. Immaculate 23, St. Mary 8. ROUND 5 ! n Pavilion By FRANCIS The O Dea Irish and the CARDINAL  00:pFIIM^N their wars, Tuesday Ilia'hi, ill As a public service the GOOD GDVERNMENT EDUCATION- the U. of W. Pavilion. Coach Mur- AL LEAGUE has reprinted a most forceful and exposing i- ray Healy has been drilling his attack on Soviet Russia' efforts to control :the world through squad intensively fo rthis vital a Godless Peace. game. And the Irish supporters GET YOUR COPY FREE by filling out and mailing coupon ! are counting on their team to win below. Printed on fine, heavy paper with enlarged portrait this and hold their bid on the of CARDINAL SPELLMAN, suitable for framing. .,.hohc championship and on the Good Government Educational Leagaze district prayoffs for the sta: tour- 1807 Eighth Ave., Seattle 1, Wash. ,, nament. Please send me, without charge, Cardinal Spe|lnlal|'s article. Prep is one u on the Irish, hav- ing won their match 42-36 on Jan. 28. And Prep fans figure the NAME ....................................................................................... psychological factor conceded the top team gives them an edge. If Tuesday's game goes to ADDRESS ........................... i ...................................................................... :His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, O'Dea, the teams will play a. presents to Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz the "Club of Cham- third time to letermine who is CITY. ..... ................................................. .................................................... plans" award presented annually by the Catholic Youth Organizatioli to meet the Skagit County tO the outstanding individual of the year. LNP; (NC Photos) champs in the district, tourney. Should Prep win, Tuesday, they C ders' gueTitle are in the district match of the ,m, ,.'m -- mm ,eo ou, o,'00eattle ootte00e Rangers' Switch rusa Lea I their 't eleven starts. Prep has ,,- ,,. Playoff Starts Sunday lntto faredLincolnSO andWell'againlsingonnFebFeb'4 un,ers trounce In Mid-Stream to Lincoln. Both games were played in Tacoma. Gonzaga 46-39, Ups Firepower o The Crusaders schedule was Holy Rosary held stubbornly The Prep-O'Dea battle here stepped up this week to clear e to their lead by taking a close [TuesdaJ will start at 8:15 p. m. way for the league play-offs which victory from Mr. Yirgine in the and will be broadcast over station start at 2:00 p. m. Sunday, Feb. K.C. gym, Sunday. Aldo Cam- KRSC by Ted Bell. Admission Seattle College Chief, thins de- LACEY, Wn.--A switch in the 9 in the K. C. gym. Three games were played Wed- pagnaro bagged 19 pain.is to net prices are $1.00 for adults, 50 deaLed the Gonzaga Bulldogs, 46 front court and the injection of nesdav night. In the opener St.! them  two point win of 55-53. cents for students, to 39, in the University of Wash- a reserve bench warmer to the , Propable lineups: , ington Pavilion, Tuesday night in status of a regular have proved " downed the undefeated St. Benedict #,area their sec- Seattle Prep Ps. O'Dea High a homecoming game witnessed by to be the tonic needed to raise St. t Joseph and place position, Sunday, witli Joe Holmes ........... F ................ Dick Naish 1200 students and alumni. The re- Martin College's cage squad from romped to a 42-26 victory over St a 35 - 32 triumph over St. Dick Sullivan ...... F .............. Jack Lynch Holy Rosary five 53-37, Cathedral John Halleran ...... C ..... Bob Hedequist sults were never in doubt. The a pushover to a definite contender Mary and St. George held their George in the overtime. Jun Rogers .......... G .... Jack Doherty Chiefs took the lead from the for high WINCO honors. Gordy Davidson G ...... lih Cheshier fourth place standing by beating St. Mary bowed to the Imma- A dance sponsored by :the Se-[ start and at half time had the Coach Chapman sent reserve Immaculate 40 25 culate five, Dave Barry and Jerry attle Prep'Debate Club will be held highly-touted Spokane quint down Ben Fuchs into the starting five Tne our'" *top- eams " o" compete t* Larson. .leading the attack for their at the K. C Hall after the game. 30 to 20. Spearheading the Chief- at a guard berth and switched o , fnst Aln of the season thins' attack was Ned McIver, "Hustling Herbie" Pashkowski in the play-off_ starting Sunda)c [ "'St =Jos ph topped" "Maryknoll Music starts at 9:30. and all stu- Iwith 13 poin'ts followed closely by from his guard slot to a forward ]are: Holy Rosary, St. Benedi.t, St [ e " , dents are invited. 48-43 Tom Sifferman was high i Joseph and St. George. ] . , ]Spangler, with 11. High man of berth in the Rangers' last WINCO ,point an for th.e winners with S]UDFNTS uJ1"-u t the evening was Curran, Bulldog mix wiLh Pacific Lutheran Col. Saturday, Feb. 8 LEAGUE STANDINGS, FEB. 2 J 13, Manual Fujino took the hon- ]guard. , lege. The husky Olympia sopho- r LI T L SOUTH DI;ISION Holy Rosary 7 0 i Cathedral 4! ors for the losers with 17. Prep., 9:30.10:lj.HOlYst.St" JameSMaryFamilYvs.Ca:hedralvs.st. Mt.George,VS'virgine,Hly RosarY,K.c.,Prep.,9:30 1Maryknllst'St'st" Benedict 6 I ! St.GeorgeJOSeph 345423!; ImmaculateMt" bIarYvirgine 251166 [ DD e lldH-- r rain e Dfe ea t S O'DeaV"nflOflFAHigh HONORschool ':LhisROLL.week presentedQueenBetweenpatriciatheirhalvesKelly/1Seattleo m e CwithO Collegem i bern g ersGladiatrs as the Rampant Rang" omreknockedhit for the15 pointSLutes againStout of see-the amaounced the names of 117 stu- court and introduced the 'Little and place. NORTH DIVISION , [ SUN'DAY'S RESULTS dim 36 34 St. Patrick vs. Sacred Heart, K C Holy Rosary 55, Mt Virgine 53; St. t dents on the second quarter honor Indian who is five-year-old Mi- [ St. Martin Rangers have a busy - chael Mendenhall, Chieftains' mas-lweek_en d ahead entertaining Se- 10:15. " C 11 " I Benedict 35, St George 32; Immaeu- a roll. They are: st. Anne vs. St. Josepn, r.., :uu. late 34, St. Mary 21; St. Joseph 48, Holding to their one-game lead, attle College at' Lacey o Frida st. Margaret vs. St. Alphonsus, i Maryknol143. First Year--Albert Arena, James AI- cot. 1 Y Gonzaga (39) (46) Seat le Col O'Dea 9:30. t lan, Gregory Baird, John Bakulieh, t" " t! night and then traveling to Bell- st. John vs. St. Benedict, O Dec, Bellarmine outpointed Stadium 36- Roy Barnes, John Becker, Francis, e Blaschka. William Boyce, RoDert Hardy, f 5 Blakely, f 8[ingham the following evening to IO:,. Cha il rib [34in ahair-raiingphoto finish Bozanieh, Charles Chihara, Robert i Walter f 1Snuth f * cr St. Catherine vs. BI Sacrament, ' " ' tmeet Western Washington Colle,e O'Dea, 11:00. ROUND 6 nee or u last Saturday night. With 35 sec- Clarke, George Crispan, Dale Currie, !Evans, f 5 Lang, f LeRoy Cytracek, Dale Dier, Laurence i Williams, f 6 Spang.er, c 11 fin WINCO frays. Saturday, Feb. 15 D borate lands to go the game was all tied Flooa, q-'nomas Healy, James Herald, Bz'aseh, c 4 Willis, g t SOUTH DIVISION Plans a up at 34-34. A foul by Stadium Robert Johnston, Keith Kain, James Curran, g 14 Mclver, g I The Rangers, after a slow start, asked to bring th-ir own equip- st. James. Ca.hedral vs. Holy Faro-! " c  " O' Kernan, Anthony,. King, Thomas. I.bel Schauble, g 0 i are in the middle of the VINCO [Ix : C 9"30 ' , _ave DJn Herm.en the chance t Ramon Lehz. Edwara Lmstrom, Jack Prcsley, g 10 "fmmacal"te' vs I' virine K C !  O ,*" [ , . *. +  . '+*. vo+ 1 Marsh William Molumov Wallace t pack and coming strong. n,_ent. Transport, at[on fare will be . ..... - , - ,, . .... -^,,,,,---., ,rea ,,e xe--,,e sa,, .,= , Peake: Don Piro, John Ronan, Charl I n oO dJLIlC tttlll   n es es $1.50 and reservations- may be St.'Mary vs. St. Teresa O'Dea, 9:30.1  t and the second was picked off the I Ruseh .Aureno S'mo. : Michael Sl - -- ..-- -" ' Chapman's other three regulars:- made by calling EL 2311 or MA NORTH" DIVISION" ' ' -- i backboard' by Ot*o Fink who also / Lloman" Jool wemo, mcnard Trousaale, ch! .__To Play I Howard Lozeau, Marysville senior; st Anne vs Sacred Heart, O'Dea , yd Wo re, Razmond Wonaston. efs /Bill Hausman, Everett frosh; and 6149. I ,, ;,- '  ................  was fouled  Second Year--trant Allen ona]d [**:,,- '.t nanceimr w,uu euzz-.oz-- / - P ific L tes ' ea I , Anderson Edwin Anderson Donald [Bob McCarty, Olympia senior, The young people from St lzs Margaret vs. St. Patrmk, O D ,[ mal dance Saturday, Feb. 15, -- Twenty out of thirty free throws Arbow, 'Donald Armeni, 'Raymond a u [have been high in point produc- James Cathedral Parish are " -[ st." John vs. St .Joseph Pren. 9:30[ no,-ise to he one of th most were made good bv Bellarmine |Bartpn. Henry Bell. Donald Blank, Kt. 'athorino x' Kt ' .lohonsKs i - "'"  .... .....   uurns rotnerton, Leo rown, erge .L J ._ [Lion all season. vited to join the Cath-Yu Club lp ' ]'0=.i-57 ............. . ' elaborate affairs, of the season i and tamum enue tne evening Cab, o, Vincent Codiga, John Doherty. Here aTuraay i St. Martin (55) Gonzaga (59) [ BI Sacrament s St Benedmt, u   Jath a score of 29 fouls a alnstl Thmas Doran O enema Duyungan ,and take active part in it. Any , Pre= 11"00 " " " i The aecoration committ plans to ] g ,3ames tees, R'obert Foutv William Hausmann (10) n nF Evans (15) Fuchs (12) ............ F ................ Hardy (4) single person 18 ears or older, " " "  h?rn fh, ,1 bllronm into an I them. [ Franklin, William Frawle-, Richard I Lozeau (8) ........... C .............. Brasch (4)  T ......... o ...... . . . G-erbec, James Handran, Ed.;ard Hopf- is eligible. Further- information underx,ater ballet scene according Fifteen, hundred Sans crovded ner, Joseph McDonald Hugh Me- The Seattle College Ch;eftains I Pashkwski (16) G .......... Presley (20) McCarty (2) ........ G ............. Curran (16) may be had by contacting the I--., .o.'-------- U^--,o I to Virginia Le*az motif director ! the mall gym to the last minute Gough, Philip hcClukey, Edward Me- will play Pacific Lutheran Col- Substitutes---St. Martin: Allensworth. I[ll Ol|ll.#ll | l e - " ' " - . ] Namara, Warren Rie. Ward Roney. [ (7), Szebers. Thibadeau, Miller. Ford. spiritual director, the Rev. An-  ,, . ,'--" ' "[ Danc lan o will b  om'leted los ptay. aul lotar Daniel Semanskee, William Iege Saturday, Feb. 8 at the U. Gonzaga: bIcFoul, Schauble, Williams, drew F. Donohoe. Ollee I'llKInq IUID i  " o =  ,  J -- I Sullivan, Richard Welch, Richard W. Pay[Ilion. They meet St. Mar- Waiters, Codd, Golden. l The pre-Valentine dance give -____ -- at th next Chancellor Club meet- ] ....... Woods John Worthington John Zing'- I cr [mark ,. in , Wednesday Feb 12 accord-]Elected To =ollege __.. ........... tin Rangers, tonight at Lacey. by the club Saturday, was a huge  ' " ' t "x'mra Year--Jawara Aamoot, oooy [fl Members of Hiyu Coolee, Seattle ing Lo co-chairmen Polly Zille and " Baskett Laurence Cards[no Eugene success despite inclement weather. [ - Advisory Board , . , :Next week end the Chieftains cno, hikinc, club this week Chuot r;e_ h .....  t o Charvet Michael DeLorenzo John tour east, of the mountains, fly- Dance conmittee included Ted ..... t, " ' [ ............................. - [ -- I Dermody, Ronald Ellingsen, Robert ing to Spokane Friday, Feb. 14, Pike, Helen Breen. Kathleen Shan-elected a new chief to break trail ;sociate's commLtee who will in-[ 'rhroo ottlo C!ntlo= 'rohn'.on I Fieser, 5ames Grathwol. Steph'en Lebel, BeHarmine Here , :  ,"  .................. o ........ ,5ohn 'vaxwell, Don McCluskey, Rich- to meet VChitworth, pla)ing durra the rou s ninth ear He te ormer Chancellor Club mem lec ed th school s, o non and Donna Ryan. g g P Y - have been e t to e ' ard Naish, John Navone, David N r- is Don S. Byington an engineer- br to the dance are Mr. and advisory board which overns ton, Todd Reeder, Thomas Ryan. Den- Cheney the following evening ' - I ........ '  ]   ton Sherry, Warren Tufts. Patrick and winding up the tcur 5Ion- mgsopnomore. ,M .. tm ONefll, Mr. and Mrs. stu ed nt b do y ac[zw'" "t'zes. The, are Wilson. This Friday GONZAGA LOSES TO CPS Others elected to assist Bying- Bill Martin Mr. and Mrs. Hank John Moran Renton John Snell - Fourth Year--Bryce Baker, Dennis day Feb. ]7 against the Gon- " I ' - , ". , z" Bonnington. Curtis Brownfield, Don aga Blldogs. TACO,L, Feb. 6.---Stopping a ton include Catherine Gbbons and  Boudreau, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ] man Bellevue ,and Henry Thomas, Burke, Daniel Craee. Richard Crowley. last minute rush by the Spokane Ellen McDevitt. The new officers t i[cVeig h. , Mercer' ,Isiand.' Forte.LawreneeRobertEagle'Hedequist,Jhn England,williamDenniSHunt, The O'Dea Irish defeated Lake- men, College of Puget Sound de- will take their oath at Hiyu Tickets may be purchased from The freshman board members, Richard 5onientz. James LeMay, Jack eam 00.nn"o"ege in the losers' gym on-- feated Gonzaga 20 to 28, here last Coolee's eighth anniversary cele- i the committee members for $3.00 I who will be installed at a general RiehardLyneh' EdwardMolitor,.Maxwell,Gordon Muir,Jhn ArthurMeals' Tuesday night. Dick Naish corn- night. CPS led at the llt" by bration on Sunday, Feb. 16, in a couple. Refreshments will be lassembly today, will serve a two- Nelson. David Piro. Stephen Roman, manded the attack for the lris the Suquamish Town Hall served. " . ' Eugene Styer, 3ohn Triggs, Donald Vin- and was high man of the evening one point. ,quarter term. cent and Richard Wyman..u s .00.C:ve n . .,Unv:* e with ]2 points. I O'DFA (4I) IT'5 J05 PO551L 0]- Cheshler (4) .......... F ............. (6) Ramsay Lynch (11) .......... F ........ (3) Bordeaux i K i|n c | S | " Doherty (11) .......... C ................ (6) Lewis I a S S I C Hedequist .............. G ....... (2) B.rcombe Naish (12) ............. G ......... (4) Meenach .... Subs: O'DEA--Feiser (3). LAKE- O SIDE--Symons (3). O'Dea will play Bellarmine at Seattle College is among the the_ O'Dea gTm this Friday night, O. , 14 Northwest Schools invited to Feb. 7, 7:00 p.m. compete in the Pacific Northwest Intercollegiate F o u r'- D a y ski SFU Enrollmenl Record 4 T Championships. Feb. 14 and 15. SAN FRANCISC0--The Uni- The event, sponsored by the Uni- versity of San Francisco will open versity of Washington, is to be its spring semester on Feb. 17, with held at Martin. Gus Ericksen, more than 2300 students registered Husky Coach expects most of the in its day, evening, and law school 1 schools to enter full A teams, divisions. This is a record high for FTHg DUFF R.ECOUi' NE!Y'$ %fD p&T'5 'l'O'/. g/T5 W VE[Y tUCH plJrog0. "<o ]]4E h%iD OUT NOTHE PLAN." Gonzaga will also enter =u team. the 92-year old school. n NELSON'S SERVICE PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK LATHE WORK WELDING AND TUNE-UPS . CApitol 9531 2765 E. 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' '- . winner In E,;ITV ,  " - Entertainmnt Oratory Contes't 00enf Ho00OO.E; 00HOL00%UTH TeamsSet For DO WE WANT A FOrTheLadms Teamteadsln Decisive Game _ SOVIET PEACE? Jl Dinner Party on Monday; Dance Set For Feb, 15 Knights Of Columbus will be hosts to their fair ladies at a din- -ner party and ent_rtalnment I scheduled for Monday evening i zext and at a Valentine Dance on! Saturday, Feb. 15. Both events i will be held in the K- C Clu b . r The Berg-mann Drcthers, A1, Norbert and Frank are in charge of arrangements, for the gala par- ty on Monday. A full-course din- ner will be sem, ed between 6:30 and 8 p.m. An entertainment prograJ] and games will follow, many awards being made to the fair guests. A sell-out is predicted by Cha:x- man Al MacQuarrie for the pre- Lenten cabaret dance scheduled 8 ' for Saturday, Feb. 15. Reserva- tions still are available for Knights and their friends. KNIGHTNOTES William J. McMahon, peppery membership chairman for Seattle Council, announces a class of '35 candidates will be initiated on Sunday, March 16 to honor the order's 65th anniversary. 'Raced Forte, Jim Di Julia and Tom Mirante have issued a chal- lenge to any combination of Irsh bowlers. "And they can name their steaks, any style," says Tom Mirante. John B. Corwin now is vroprie- tar of the Red Checker Cab Co.. operating from 8624 Aurora Ave and giving the North End metro- pal[tan service The phone is Fill- more 1050. Mr. Corwln is. former assistant traffic manager o Se- attle's largest taxi fleet. :i! North Sector Parochial Standings NORTH SECTION IV LI BI. SacramentW LISt Mary 2 21 St. Anne 3 0 ! st. George 2 2 St. Joseph 3 0 i Mr. Virgine 1 3 St Benedict 2 0 [ St. Teresa 0 4 1 St. John 2 2 1 SOUTH SECTION tr W LI W L! Cathedral 4 0iSacred Heart 1 3 i Immaculate 4 0 i St. Margaret 1 3 1 Holy Rosary 3 I St. Patrick 1 3 : Doiy Family 3 1 ISt. Cat'e:ine 1 3 St. Alphonsus 0 4 Blessed" Sacrament. basketeers took the lead in the Parochial League's northern division as they swamped St. Margaret 31-10 at Garrigan gym Saturday. It was the fourth straight win bliss ELizabeth P o w e r s, Holy fr th U District quintet and it ROsary High 'School junior, was P laced them one game ahead of named one f three winners in the any contender for the North Divi- Seattle oratory finals Friday night., sion title. The contest sponsored by the State John Haberle scored 14 points Conservation and Resources cam-i t give him an average of 20 m:,ttee, was held at the Chamber point% per game He is a strong of Commerce Auditorium. contender for high point man of the ci:y with a total score of 80. As one of the three C.ty finalists Fritz Holt caged :11 points and Mss Powers will compete in the!hit h man for St. Margaret was division contest to be held at a i Chamber of Commerce luncheon n Feb. 14. Winner of this con- test will go on to the state finals before the Leslature at Olympia. ss Powers went as far as the divisional finals in the same con- test last year. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers "of 205 Bennett St. She entered Holy Rosary High from St. George Parish School. Holy Rosary High,School has a noteworthy record for winning contests in oratory and debate A zecent prize winner from the school _ was 00len 00ickerson, sen00or, first Newman Club To place winner in the seattle Col- lege forensic tournament last De- Elec Officers icem00:r Members of the U. of W. New- man Club will hold their 1947 elections ,at the Newman House, "lMesday , Feb. 11. Votes will be cast between 8:00 a. m. and 8:00 p.m. ..Nominations were made at a club meeting Sunday. Nominees are: Tomas Toomey, president; Donald M, aher and James McCabe. 1st vice-president; David Swift and William Riagrilio, 2nd .vice president; Marguerite Barrett and Elizabeth Lee, secretary; Mike Hughes and Morrie Sch',ax, treas- ulr. Ne'._an Club now boasts a rec- ord membership of 197. N.ewman Club Bids All Students To Novel Dance Tonight All Catholic students are in- vited to the Lodge Skiers Dance sponsored by the Newman Club to be held at the Blackburn Com- munity Club on Feb. 7. Cars v,ll leave the Newman House for the Backburn Club at 7:30 p. m. Tickets may be purch- ased at the Newman Club, memb- ers 75 cents, non-/nembers $1. FOOT RELIEF GUARANYEED o. _YOUR MONL:"Y nACIK WHY s00m? Net 0 "" Sensational Velva- Sole' .Arch Restorers VJll fn moist  KI rnplehJ relief at nearly all ty,m of corn- "mort foot aliments much auB we. arehem, metatanml caliousel, ,lurQ tram orns, leg" pains,,  heels, weak pron&ted ankle. EXPFATLY HITED B DREW-ENGLISH Fine Shoes 1327 Third Ave.  3783 FUNERAL DIRECTOR ESTABLISHED 1897 IrRD LYNCH GEORGE JERREAD MABEL BARLO OWNERS & OPERATORS SERVICES OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER AT A MOD- ERATE COST 1 Harvard Ave. at Ptae 8L --TERMS AS DESIRED-- EAst 7444 - CATH'YU CLUB SKI TREK SUFiDAY ----v-- Members of the Cath-Yu Club , will meet ,at 7:30 a m. on Sunday, t Feb. 9, at Cathedral Hall to en- joy a day of skiing Members are Mezich. Cathedral and Immaculate school, teams are tied for the South I2.ivision honors with four straightwins each. Holy Rosary and Holy Family are tied for second place. Each has won three andlost one. Saturday's Results NORTH DIVISION St. Joseph 24, Sacred Heart 10. St. Patrick 18, St. Alphonsus 2. BI. Sacrament 31. St Margaret 10. St. Catherine 14, St. John 12. The game between St. Anne and St. Benedict was postponed. SOUTH DIVISION Cathedral 36, Mt Virgine 24. Holy Rosary 45, St. Teresa 14. Immaculate 23, St. Mary 8. ROUND 5 ! n Pavilion By FRANCIS The O Dea Irish and the CARDINAL  00:pFIIM^N their wars, Tuesday Ilia'hi, ill As a public service the GOOD GDVERNMENT EDUCATION- the U. of W. Pavilion. Coach Mur- AL LEAGUE has reprinted a most forceful and exposing i- ray Healy has been drilling his attack on Soviet Russia' efforts to control :the world through squad intensively fo rthis vital a Godless Peace. game. And the Irish supporters GET YOUR COPY FREE by filling out and mailing coupon ! are counting on their team to win below. Printed on fine, heavy paper with enlarged portrait this and hold their bid on the of CARDINAL SPELLMAN, suitable for framing. .,.hohc championship and on the Good Government Educational Leagaze district prayoffs for the sta: tour- 1807 Eighth Ave., Seattle 1, Wash. ,, nament. Please send me, without charge, Cardinal Spe|lnlal|'s article. Prep is one u on the Irish, hav- ing won their match 42-36 on Jan. 28. And Prep fans figure the NAME ....................................................................................... psychological factor conceded the top team gives them an edge. If Tuesday's game goes to ADDRESS ........................... i ...................................................................... :His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, O'Dea, the teams will play a. presents to Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz the "Club of Cham- third time to letermine who is CITY. ..... ................................................. .................................................... plans" award presented annually by the Catholic Youth Organizatioli to meet the Skagit County tO the outstanding individual of the year. LNP; (NC Photos) champs in the district, tourney. Should Prep win, Tuesday, they C ders' gueTitle are in the district match of the ,m, ,.'m -- mm ,eo ou, o,'00eattle ootte00e Rangers' Switch rusa Lea I their 't eleven starts. Prep has ,,- ,,. Playoff Starts Sunday lntto faredLincolnSO andWell'againlsingonnFebFeb'4 un,ers trounce In Mid-Stream to Lincoln. Both games were played in Tacoma. Gonzaga 46-39, Ups Firepower o The Crusaders schedule was Holy Rosary held stubbornly The Prep-O'Dea battle here stepped up this week to clear e to their lead by taking a close [TuesdaJ will start at 8:15 p. m. way for the league play-offs which victory from Mr. Yirgine in the and will be broadcast over station start at 2:00 p. m. Sunday, Feb. K.C. gym, Sunday. Aldo Cam- KRSC by Ted Bell. Admission Seattle College Chief, thins de- LACEY, Wn.--A switch in the 9 in the K. C. gym. Three games were played Wed- pagnaro bagged 19 pain.is to net prices are $1.00 for adults, 50 deaLed the Gonzaga Bulldogs, 46 front court and the injection of nesdav night. In the opener St.! them  two point win of 55-53. cents for students, to 39, in the University of Wash- a reserve bench warmer to the , Propable lineups: , ington Pavilion, Tuesday night in status of a regular have proved " downed the undefeated St. Benedict #,area their sec- Seattle Prep Ps. O'Dea High a homecoming game witnessed by to be the tonic needed to raise St. t Joseph and place position, Sunday, witli Joe Holmes ........... F ................ Dick Naish 1200 students and alumni. The re- Martin College's cage squad from romped to a 42-26 victory over St a 35 - 32 triumph over St. Dick Sullivan ...... F .............. Jack Lynch Holy Rosary five 53-37, Cathedral John Halleran ...... C ..... Bob Hedequist sults were never in doubt. The a pushover to a definite contender Mary and St. George held their George in the overtime. Jun Rogers .......... G .... Jack Doherty Chiefs took the lead from the for high WINCO honors. Gordy Davidson G ...... lih Cheshier fourth place standing by beating St. Mary bowed to the Imma- A dance sponsored by :the Se-[ start and at half time had the Coach Chapman sent reserve Immaculate 40 25 culate five, Dave Barry and Jerry attle Prep'Debate Club will be held highly-touted Spokane quint down Ben Fuchs into the starting five Tne our'" *top- eams " o" compete t* Larson. .leading the attack for their at the K. C Hall after the game. 30 to 20. Spearheading the Chief- at a guard berth and switched o , fnst Aln of the season thins' attack was Ned McIver, "Hustling Herbie" Pashkowski in the play-off_ starting Sunda)c [ "'St =Jos ph topped" "Maryknoll Music starts at 9:30. and all stu- Iwith 13 poin'ts followed closely by from his guard slot to a forward ]are: Holy Rosary, St. Benedi.t, St [ e " , dents are invited. 48-43 Tom Sifferman was high i Joseph and St. George. ] . , ]Spangler, with 11. High man of berth in the Rangers' last WINCO ,point an for th.e winners with S]UDFNTS uJ1"-u t the evening was Curran, Bulldog mix wiLh Pacific Lutheran Col. Saturday, Feb. 8 LEAGUE STANDINGS, FEB. 2 J 13, Manual Fujino took the hon- ]guard. , lege. The husky Olympia sopho- r LI T L SOUTH DI;ISION Holy Rosary 7 0 i Cathedral 4! ors for the losers with 17. Prep., 9:30.10:lj.HOlYst.St" JameSMaryFamilYvs.Ca:hedralvs.st. Mt.George,VS'virgine,Hly RosarY,K.c.,Prep.,9:30 1Maryknllst'St'st" Benedict 6 I ! St.GeorgeJOSeph 345423!; ImmaculateMt" bIarYvirgine 251166 [ DD e lldH-- r rain e Dfe ea t S O'DeaV"nflOflFAHigh HONORschool ':LhisROLL.week presentedQueenBetweenpatriciatheirhalvesKelly/1Seattleo m e CwithO Collegem i bern g ersGladiatrs as the Rampant Rang" omreknockedhit for the15 pointSLutes againStout of see-the amaounced the names of 117 stu- court and introduced the 'Little and place. NORTH DIVISION , [ SUN'DAY'S RESULTS dim 36 34 St. Patrick vs. Sacred Heart, K C Holy Rosary 55, Mt Virgine 53; St. t dents on the second quarter honor Indian who is five-year-old Mi- [ St. Martin Rangers have a busy - chael Mendenhall, Chieftains' mas-lweek_en d ahead entertaining Se- 10:15. " C 11 " I Benedict 35, St George 32; Immaeu- a roll. They are: st. Anne vs. St. Josepn, r.., :uu. late 34, St. Mary 21; St. Joseph 48, Holding to their one-game lead, attle College at' Lacey o Frida st. Margaret vs. St. Alphonsus, i Maryknol143. First Year--Albert Arena, James AI- cot. 1 Y Gonzaga (39) (46) Seat le Col O'Dea 9:30. t lan, Gregory Baird, John Bakulieh, t" " t! night and then traveling to Bell- st. John vs. St. Benedict, O Dec, Bellarmine outpointed Stadium 36- Roy Barnes, John Becker, Francis, e Blaschka. William Boyce, RoDert Hardy, f 5 Blakely, f 8[ingham the following evening to IO:,. Cha il rib [34in ahair-raiingphoto finish Bozanieh, Charles Chihara, Robert i Walter f 1Snuth f * cr St. Catherine vs. BI Sacrament, ' " ' tmeet Western Washington Colle,e O'Dea, 11:00. ROUND 6 nee or u last Saturday night. With 35 sec- Clarke, George Crispan, Dale Currie, !Evans, f 5 Lang, f LeRoy Cytracek, Dale Dier, Laurence i Williams, f 6 Spang.er, c 11 fin WINCO frays. Saturday, Feb. 15 D borate lands to go the game was all tied Flooa, q-'nomas Healy, James Herald, Bz'aseh, c 4 Willis, g t SOUTH DIVISION Plans a up at 34-34. A foul by Stadium Robert Johnston, Keith Kain, James Curran, g 14 Mclver, g I The Rangers, after a slow start, asked to bring th-ir own equip- st. James. Ca.hedral vs. Holy Faro-! " c  " O' Kernan, Anthony,. King, Thomas. I.bel Schauble, g 0 i are in the middle of the VINCO [Ix : C 9"30 ' , _ave DJn Herm.en the chance t Ramon Lehz. Edwara Lmstrom, Jack Prcsley, g 10 "fmmacal"te' vs I' virine K C !  O ,*" [ , . *. +  . '+*. vo+ 1 Marsh William Molumov Wallace t pack and coming strong. n,_ent. Transport, at[on fare will be . ..... - , - ,, . .... -^,,,,,---., ,rea ,,e xe--,,e sa,, .,= , Peake: Don Piro, John Ronan, Charl I n oO dJLIlC tttlll   n es es $1.50 and reservations- may be St.'Mary vs. St. Teresa O'Dea, 9:30.1  t and the second was picked off the I Ruseh .Aureno S'mo. : Michael Sl - -- ..-- -" ' Chapman's other three regulars:- made by calling EL 2311 or MA NORTH" DIVISION" ' ' -- i backboard' by Ot*o Fink who also / Lloman" Jool wemo, mcnard Trousaale, ch! .__To Play I Howard Lozeau, Marysville senior; st Anne vs Sacred Heart, O'Dea , yd Wo re, Razmond Wonaston. efs /Bill Hausman, Everett frosh; and 6149. I ,, ;,- '  ................  was fouled  Second Year--trant Allen ona]d [**:,,- '.t nanceimr w,uu euzz-.oz-- / - P ific L tes ' ea I , Anderson Edwin Anderson Donald [Bob McCarty, Olympia senior, The young people from St lzs Margaret vs. St. Patrmk, O D ,[ mal dance Saturday, Feb. 15, -- Twenty out of thirty free throws Arbow, 'Donald Armeni, 'Raymond a u [have been high in point produc- James Cathedral Parish are " -[ st." John vs. St .Joseph Pren. 9:30[ no,-ise to he one of th most were made good bv Bellarmine |Bartpn. Henry Bell. Donald Blank, Kt. 'athorino x' Kt ' .lohonsKs i - "'"  .... .....   uurns rotnerton, Leo rown, erge .L J ._ [Lion all season. vited to join the Cath-Yu Club lp ' ]'0=.i-57 ............. . ' elaborate affairs, of the season i and tamum enue tne evening Cab, o, Vincent Codiga, John Doherty. Here aTuraay i St. Martin (55) Gonzaga (59) [ BI Sacrament s St Benedmt, u   Jath a score of 29 fouls a alnstl Thmas Doran O enema Duyungan ,and take active part in it. Any , Pre= 11"00 " " " i The aecoration committ plans to ] g ,3ames tees, R'obert Foutv William Hausmann (10) n nF Evans (15) Fuchs (12) ............ F ................ Hardy (4) single person 18 ears or older, " " "  h?rn fh, ,1 bllronm into an I them. [ Franklin, William Frawle-, Richard I Lozeau (8) ........... C .............. Brasch (4)  T ......... o ...... . . . G-erbec, James Handran, Ed.;ard Hopf- is eligible. Further- information underx,ater ballet scene according Fifteen, hundred Sans crovded ner, Joseph McDonald Hugh Me- The Seattle College Ch;eftains I Pashkwski (16) G .......... Presley (20) McCarty (2) ........ G ............. Curran (16) may be had by contacting the I--., .o.'-------- U^--,o I to Virginia Le*az motif director ! the mall gym to the last minute Gough, Philip hcClukey, Edward Me- will play Pacific Lutheran Col- Substitutes---St. Martin: Allensworth. I[ll Ol|ll.#ll | l e - " ' " - . ] Namara, Warren Rie. Ward Roney. [ (7), Szebers. Thibadeau, Miller. Ford. spiritual director, the Rev. An-  ,, . ,'--" ' "[ Danc lan o will b  om'leted los ptay. aul lotar Daniel Semanskee, William Iege Saturday, Feb. 8 at the U. Gonzaga: bIcFoul, Schauble, Williams, drew F. Donohoe. Ollee I'llKInq IUID i  " o =  ,  J -- I Sullivan, Richard Welch, Richard W. Pay[Ilion. They meet St. Mar- Waiters, Codd, Golden. l The pre-Valentine dance give -____ -- at th next Chancellor Club meet- ] ....... Woods John Worthington John Zing'- I cr [mark ,. in , Wednesday Feb 12 accord-]Elected To =ollege __.. ........... tin Rangers, tonight at Lacey. by the club Saturday, was a huge  ' " ' t "x'mra Year--Jawara Aamoot, oooy [fl Members of Hiyu Coolee, Seattle ing Lo co-chairmen Polly Zille and " Baskett Laurence Cards[no Eugene success despite inclement weather. [ - Advisory Board , . , :Next week end the Chieftains cno, hikinc, club this week Chuot r;e_ h .....  t o Charvet Michael DeLorenzo John tour east, of the mountains, fly- Dance conmittee included Ted ..... t, " ' [ ............................. - [ -- I Dermody, Ronald Ellingsen, Robert ing to Spokane Friday, Feb. 14, Pike, Helen Breen. Kathleen Shan-elected a new chief to break trail ;sociate's commLtee who will in-[ 'rhroo ottlo C!ntlo= 'rohn'.on I Fieser, 5ames Grathwol. Steph'en Lebel, BeHarmine Here , :  ,"  .................. o ........ ,5ohn 'vaxwell, Don McCluskey, Rich- to meet VChitworth, pla)ing durra the rou s ninth ear He te ormer Chancellor Club mem lec ed th school s, o non and Donna Ryan. g g P Y - have been e t to e ' ard Naish, John Navone, David N r- is Don S. Byington an engineer- br to the dance are Mr. and advisory board which overns ton, Todd Reeder, Thomas Ryan. Den- Cheney the following evening ' - I ........ '  ]   ton Sherry, Warren Tufts. Patrick and winding up the tcur 5Ion- mgsopnomore. ,M .. tm ONefll, Mr. and Mrs. stu ed nt b do y ac[zw'" "t'zes. The, are Wilson. This Friday GONZAGA LOSES TO CPS Others elected to assist Bying- Bill Martin Mr. and Mrs. Hank John Moran Renton John Snell - Fourth Year--Bryce Baker, Dennis day Feb. ]7 against the Gon- " I ' - , ". , z" Bonnington. Curtis Brownfield, Don aga Blldogs. TACO,L, Feb. 6.---Stopping a ton include Catherine Gbbons and  Boudreau, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ] man Bellevue ,and Henry Thomas, Burke, Daniel Craee. Richard Crowley. last minute rush by the Spokane Ellen McDevitt. The new officers t i[cVeig h. , Mercer' ,Isiand.' Forte.LawreneeRobertEagle'Hedequist,Jhn England,williamDenniSHunt, The O'Dea Irish defeated Lake- men, College of Puget Sound de- will take their oath at Hiyu Tickets may be purchased from The freshman board members, Richard 5onientz. James LeMay, Jack eam 00.nn"o"ege in the losers' gym on-- feated Gonzaga 20 to 28, here last Coolee's eighth anniversary cele- i the committee members for $3.00 I who will be installed at a general RiehardLyneh' EdwardMolitor,.Maxwell,Gordon Muir,Jhn ArthurMeals' Tuesday night. Dick Naish corn- night. CPS led at the llt" by bration on Sunday, Feb. 16, in a couple. Refreshments will be lassembly today, will serve a two- Nelson. David Piro. Stephen Roman, manded the attack for the lris the Suquamish Town Hall served. " . ' Eugene Styer, 3ohn Triggs, Donald Vin- and was high man of the evening one point. ,quarter term. cent and Richard Wyman..u s .00.C:ve n . .,Unv:* e with ]2 points. I O'DFA (4I) IT'5 J05 PO551L 0]- Cheshler (4) .......... F ............. (6) Ramsay Lynch (11) .......... F ........ (3) Bordeaux i K i|n c | S | " Doherty (11) .......... C ................ (6) Lewis I a S S I C Hedequist .............. G ....... (2) B.rcombe Naish (12) ............. G ......... (4) Meenach .... Subs: O'DEA--Feiser (3). LAKE- O SIDE--Symons (3). O'Dea will play Bellarmine at Seattle College is among the the_ O'Dea gTm this Friday night, O. , 14 Northwest Schools invited to Feb. 7, 7:00 p.m. compete in the Pacific Northwest Intercollegiate F o u r'- D a y ski SFU Enrollmenl Record 4 T Championships. Feb. 14 and 15. SAN FRANCISC0--The Uni- The event, sponsored by the Uni- versity of San Francisco will open versity of Washington, is to be its spring semester on Feb. 17, with held at Martin. Gus Ericksen, more than 2300 students registered Husky Coach expects most of the in its day, evening, and law school 1 schools to enter full A teams, divisions. This is a record high for FTHg DUFF R.ECOUi' NE!Y'$ %fD p&T'5 'l'O'/. g/T5 W VE[Y tUCH plJrog0. "<o ]]4E h%iD OUT NOTHE PLAN." Gonzaga will also enter =u team. the 92-year old school. n NELSON'S SERVICE PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK LATHE WORK WELDING AND TUNE-UPS . CApitol 9531 2765 E. 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' '- . winner In E,;ITV ,  " - Entertainmnt Oratory Contes't 00enf Ho00OO.E; 00HOL00%UTH TeamsSet For DO WE WANT A FOrTheLadms Teamteadsln Decisive Game _ SOVIET PEACE? Jl Dinner Party on Monday; Dance Set For Feb, 15 Knights Of Columbus will be hosts to their fair ladies at a din- -ner party and ent_rtalnment I scheduled for Monday evening i zext and at a Valentine Dance on! Saturday, Feb. 15. Both events i will be held in the K- C Clu b . r The Berg-mann Drcthers, A1, Norbert and Frank are in charge of arrangements, for the gala par- ty on Monday. A full-course din- ner will be sem, ed between 6:30 and 8 p.m. An entertainment prograJ] and games will follow, many awards being made to the fair guests. A sell-out is predicted by Cha:x- man Al MacQuarrie for the pre- Lenten cabaret dance scheduled 8 ' for Saturday, Feb. 15. Reserva- tions still are available for Knights and their friends. KNIGHTNOTES William J. McMahon, peppery membership chairman for Seattle Council, announces a class of '35 candidates will be initiated on Sunday, March 16 to honor the order's 65th anniversary. 'Raced Forte, Jim Di Julia and Tom Mirante have issued a chal- lenge to any combination of Irsh bowlers. "And they can name their steaks, any style," says Tom Mirante. John B. Corwin now is vroprie- tar of the Red Checker Cab Co.. operating from 8624 Aurora Ave and giving the North End metro- pal[tan service The phone is Fill- more 1050. Mr. Corwln is. former assistant traffic manager o Se- attle's largest taxi fleet. :i! North Sector Parochial Standings NORTH SECTION IV LI BI. SacramentW LISt Mary 2 21 St. Anne 3 0 ! st. George 2 2 St. Joseph 3 0 i Mr. Virgine 1 3 St Benedict 2 0 [ St. Teresa 0 4 1 St. John 2 2 1 SOUTH SECTION tr W LI W L! Cathedral 4 0iSacred Heart 1 3 i Immaculate 4 0 i St. Margaret 1 3 1 Holy Rosary 3 I St. Patrick 1 3 : Doiy Family 3 1 ISt. Cat'e:ine 1 3 St. Alphonsus 0 4 Blessed" Sacrament. basketeers took the lead in the Parochial League's northern division as they swamped St. Margaret 31-10 at Garrigan gym Saturday. It was the fourth straight win bliss ELizabeth P o w e r s, Holy fr th U District quintet and it ROsary High 'School junior, was P laced them one game ahead of named one f three winners in the any contender for the North Divi- Seattle oratory finals Friday night., sion title. The contest sponsored by the State John Haberle scored 14 points Conservation and Resources cam-i t give him an average of 20 m:,ttee, was held at the Chamber point% per game He is a strong of Commerce Auditorium. contender for high point man of the ci:y with a total score of 80. As one of the three C.ty finalists Fritz Holt caged :11 points and Mss Powers will compete in the!hit h man for St. Margaret was division contest to be held at a i Chamber of Commerce luncheon n Feb. 14. Winner of this con- test will go on to the state finals before the Leslature at Olympia. ss Powers went as far as the divisional finals in the same con- test last year. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers "of 205 Bennett St. She entered Holy Rosary High from St. George Parish School. Holy Rosary High,School has a noteworthy record for winning contests in oratory and debate A zecent prize winner from the school _ was 00len 00ickerson, sen00or, first Newman Club To place winner in the seattle Col- lege forensic tournament last De- Elec Officers icem00:r Members of the U. of W. New- man Club will hold their 1947 elections ,at the Newman House, "lMesday , Feb. 11. Votes will be cast between 8:00 a. m. and 8:00 p.m. ..Nominations were made at a club meeting Sunday. Nominees are: Tomas Toomey, president; Donald M, aher and James McCabe. 1st vice-president; David Swift and William Riagrilio, 2nd .vice president; Marguerite Barrett and Elizabeth Lee, secretary; Mike Hughes and Morrie Sch',ax, treas- ulr. Ne'._an Club now boasts a rec- ord membership of 197. N.ewman Club Bids All Students To Novel Dance Tonight All Catholic students are in- vited to the Lodge Skiers Dance sponsored by the Newman Club to be held at the Blackburn Com- munity Club on Feb. 7. Cars v,ll leave the Newman House for the Backburn Club at 7:30 p. m. Tickets may be purch- ased at the Newman Club, memb- ers 75 cents, non-/nembers $1. FOOT RELIEF GUARANYEED o. _YOUR MONL:"Y nACIK WHY s00m? Net 0 "" Sensational Velva- Sole' .Arch Restorers VJll fn moist  KI rnplehJ relief at nearly all ty,m of corn- "mort foot aliments much auB we. arehem, metatanml caliousel, ,lurQ tram orns, leg" pains,,  heels, weak pron&ted ankle. EXPFATLY HITED B DREW-ENGLISH Fine Shoes 1327 Third Ave.  3783 FUNERAL DIRECTOR ESTABLISHED 1897 IrRD LYNCH GEORGE JERREAD MABEL BARLO OWNERS & OPERATORS SERVICES OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER AT A MOD- ERATE COST 1 Harvard Ave. at Ptae 8L --TERMS AS DESIRED-- EAst 7444 - CATH'YU CLUB SKI TREK SUFiDAY ----v-- Members of the Cath-Yu Club , will meet ,at 7:30 a m. on Sunday, t Feb. 9, at Cathedral Hall to en- joy a day of skiing Members are Mezich. Cathedral and Immaculate school, teams are tied for the South I2.ivision honors with four straightwins each. Holy Rosary and Holy Family are tied for second place. Each has won three andlost one. Saturday's Results NORTH DIVISION St. Joseph 24, Sacred Heart 10. St. Patrick 18, St. Alphonsus 2. BI. Sacrament 31. St Margaret 10. St. Catherine 14, St. John 12. The game between St. Anne and St. Benedict was postponed. SOUTH DIVISION Cathedral 36, Mt Virgine 24. Holy Rosary 45, St. Teresa 14. Immaculate 23, St. Mary 8. ROUND 5 ! n Pavilion By FRANCIS The O Dea Irish and the CARDINAL  00:pFIIM^N their wars, Tuesday Ilia'hi, ill As a public service the GOOD GDVERNMENT EDUCATION- the U. of W. Pavilion. Coach Mur- AL LEAGUE has reprinted a most forceful and exposing i- ray Healy has been drilling his attack on Soviet Russia' efforts to control :the world through squad intensively fo rthis vital a Godless Peace. game. And the Irish supporters GET YOUR COPY FREE by filling out and mailing coupon ! are counting on their team to win below. Printed on fine, heavy paper with enlarged portrait this and hold their bid on the of CARDINAL SPELLMAN, suitable for framing. .,.hohc championship and on the Good Government Educational Leagaze district prayoffs for the sta: tour- 1807 Eighth Ave., Seattle 1, Wash. ,, nament. Please send me, without charge, Cardinal Spe|lnlal|'s article. Prep is one u on the Irish, hav- ing won their match 42-36 on Jan. 28. And Prep fans figure the NAME ....................................................................................... psychological factor conceded the top team gives them an edge. If Tuesday's game goes to ADDRESS ........................... i ...................................................................... :His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, O'Dea, the teams will play a. presents to Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz the "Club of Cham- third time to letermine who is CITY. ..... ................................................. .................................................... plans" award presented annually by the Catholic Youth Organizatioli to meet the Skagit County tO the outstanding individual of the year. LNP; (NC Photos) champs in the district, tourney. Should Prep win, Tuesday, they C ders' gueTitle are in the district match of the ,m, ,.'m -- mm ,eo ou, o,'00eattle ootte00e Rangers' Switch rusa Lea I their 't eleven starts. Prep has ,,- ,,. Playoff Starts Sunday lntto faredLincolnSO andWell'againlsingonnFebFeb'4 un,ers trounce In Mid-Stream to Lincoln. Both games were played in Tacoma. Gonzaga 46-39, Ups Firepower o The Crusaders schedule was Holy Rosary held stubbornly The Prep-O'Dea battle here stepped up this week to clear e to their lead by taking a close [TuesdaJ will start at 8:15 p. m. way for the league play-offs which victory from Mr. Yirgine in the and will be broadcast over station start at 2:00 p. m. Sunday, Feb. K.C. gym, Sunday. Aldo Cam- KRSC by Ted Bell. Admission Seattle College Chief, thins de- LACEY, Wn.--A switch in the 9 in the K. C. gym. Three games were played Wed- pagnaro bagged 19 pain.is to net prices are $1.00 for adults, 50 deaLed the Gonzaga Bulldogs, 46 front court and the injection of nesdav night. In the opener St.! them  two point win of 55-53. cents for students, to 39, in the University of Wash- a reserve bench warmer to the , Propable lineups: , ington Pavilion, Tuesday night in status of a regular have proved " downed the undefeated St. Benedict #,area their sec- Seattle Prep Ps. O'Dea High a homecoming game witnessed by to be the tonic needed to raise St. t Joseph and place position, Sunday, witli Joe Holmes ........... F ................ Dick Naish 1200 students and alumni. The re- Martin College's cage squad from romped to a 42-26 victory over St a 35 - 32 triumph over St. Dick Sullivan ...... F .............. Jack Lynch Holy Rosary five 53-37, Cathedral John Halleran ...... C ..... Bob Hedequist sults were never in doubt. The a pushover to a definite contender Mary and St. George held their George in the overtime. Jun Rogers .......... G .... Jack Doherty Chiefs took the lead from the for high WINCO honors. Gordy Davidson G ...... lih Cheshier fourth place standing by beating St. Mary bowed to the Imma- A dance sponsored by :the Se-[ start and at half time had the Coach Chapman sent reserve Immaculate 40 25 culate five, Dave Barry and Jerry attle Prep'Debate Club will be held highly-touted Spokane quint down Ben Fuchs into the starting five Tne our'" *top- eams " o" compete t* Larson. .leading the attack for their at the K. C Hall after the game. 30 to 20. Spearheading the Chief- at a guard berth and switched o , fnst Aln of the season thins' attack was Ned McIver, "Hustling Herbie" Pashkowski in the play-off_ starting Sunda)c [ "'St =Jos ph topped" "Maryknoll Music starts at 9:30. and all stu- Iwith 13 poin'ts followed closely by from his guard slot to a forward ]are: Holy Rosary, St. Benedi.t, St [ e " , dents are invited. 48-43 Tom Sifferman was high i Joseph and St. George. ] . , ]Spangler, with 11. High man of berth in the Rangers' last WINCO ,point an for th.e winners with S]UDFNTS uJ1"-u t the evening was Curran, Bulldog mix wiLh Pacific Lutheran Col. Saturday, Feb. 8 LEAGUE STANDINGS, FEB. 2 J 13, Manual Fujino took the hon- ]guard. , lege. The husky Olympia sopho- r LI T L SOUTH DI;ISION Holy Rosary 7 0 i Cathedral 4! ors for the losers with 17. Prep., 9:30.10:lj.HOlYst.St" JameSMaryFamilYvs.Ca:hedralvs.st. Mt.George,VS'virgine,Hly RosarY,K.c.,Prep.,9:30 1Maryknllst'St'st" Benedict 6 I ! St.GeorgeJOSeph 345423!; ImmaculateMt" bIarYvirgine 251166 [ DD e lldH-- r rain e Dfe ea t S O'DeaV"nflOflFAHigh HONORschool ':LhisROLL.week presentedQueenBetweenpatriciatheirhalvesKelly/1Seattleo m e CwithO Collegem i bern g ersGladiatrs as the Rampant Rang" omreknockedhit for the15 pointSLutes againStout of see-the amaounced the names of 117 stu- court and introduced the 'Little and place. NORTH DIVISION , [ SUN'DAY'S RESULTS dim 36 34 St. Patrick vs. Sacred Heart, K C Holy Rosary 55, Mt Virgine 53; St. t dents on the second quarter honor Indian who is five-year-old Mi- [ St. Martin Rangers have a busy - chael Mendenhall, Chieftains' mas-lweek_en d ahead entertaining Se- 10:15. " C 11 " I Benedict 35, St George 32; Immaeu- a roll. They are: st. Anne vs. St. Josepn, r.., :uu. late 34, St. Mary 21; St. Joseph 48, Holding to their one-game lead, attle College at' Lacey o Frida st. Margaret vs. St. Alphonsus, i Maryknol143. First Year--Albert Arena, James AI- cot. 1 Y Gonzaga (39) (46) Seat le Col O'Dea 9:30. t lan, Gregory Baird, John Bakulieh, t" " t! night and then traveling to Bell- st. John vs. St. Benedict, O Dec, Bellarmine outpointed Stadium 36- Roy Barnes, John Becker, Francis, e Blaschka. William Boyce, RoDert Hardy, f 5 Blakely, f 8[ingham the following evening to IO:,. Cha il rib [34in ahair-raiingphoto finish Bozanieh, Charles Chihara, Robert i Walter f 1Snuth f * cr St. Catherine vs. BI Sacrament, ' " ' tmeet Western Washington Colle,e O'Dea, 11:00. ROUND 6 nee or u last Saturday night. With 35 sec- Clarke, George Crispan, Dale Currie, !Evans, f 5 Lang, f LeRoy Cytracek, Dale Dier, Laurence i Williams, f 6 Spang.er, c 11 fin WINCO frays. Saturday, Feb. 15 D borate lands to go the game was all tied Flooa, q-'nomas Healy, James Herald, Bz'aseh, c 4 Willis, g t SOUTH DIVISION Plans a up at 34-34. A foul by Stadium Robert Johnston, Keith Kain, James Curran, g 14 Mclver, g I The Rangers, after a slow start, asked to bring th-ir own equip- st. James. Ca.hedral vs. Holy Faro-! " c  " O' Kernan, Anthony,. King, Thomas. I.bel Schauble, g 0 i are in the middle of the VINCO [Ix : C 9"30 ' , _ave DJn Herm.en the chance t Ramon Lehz. Edwara Lmstrom, Jack Prcsley, g 10 "fmmacal"te' vs I' virine K C !  O ,*" [ , . *. +  . '+*. vo+ 1 Marsh William Molumov Wallace t pack and coming strong. n,_ent. Transport, at[on fare will be . ..... - , - ,, . .... -^,,,,,---., ,rea ,,e xe--,,e sa,, .,= , Peake: Don Piro, John Ronan, Charl I n oO dJLIlC tttlll   n es es $1.50 and reservations- may be St.'Mary vs. St. Teresa O'Dea, 9:30.1  t and the second was picked off the I Ruseh .Aureno S'mo. : Michael Sl - -- ..-- -" ' Chapman's other three regulars:- made by calling EL 2311 or MA NORTH" DIVISION" ' ' -- i backboard' by Ot*o Fink who also / Lloman" Jool wemo, mcnard Trousaale, ch! .__To Play I Howard Lozeau, Marysville senior; st Anne vs Sacred Heart, O'Dea , yd Wo re, Razmond Wonaston. efs /Bill Hausman, Everett frosh; and 6149. I ,, ;,- '  ................  was fouled  Second Year--trant Allen ona]d [**:,,- '.t nanceimr w,uu euzz-.oz-- / - P ific Ltes ' ea I , Anderson Edwin Anderson Donald [Bob McCarty, Olympia senior, The young people from St lzs Margaret vs. St. Patrmk, O D ,[ mal dance Saturday, Feb. 15, -- Twenty out of thirty free throws Arbow, 'Donald Armeni, 'Raymond a u [have been high in point produc- James Cathedral Parish are " -[ st." John vs. St .Joseph Pren. 9:30[ no,-ise to he one of th most were made good bv Bellarmine |Bartpn. Henry Bell. Donald Blank, Kt. 'athorino x' Kt ' .lohonsKs i - "'"  .... .....   uurns rotnerton, Leo rown, erge .L J ._ [Lion all season. vited to join the Cath-Yu Club lp ' ]'0=.i-57 ............. . ' elaborate affairs, of the season i and tamum enue tne evening Cab, o, Vincent Codiga, John Doherty. Here aTuraay i St. Martin (55) Gonzaga (59) [ BI Sacrament s St Benedmt, u   Jath a score of 29 fouls a alnstl Thmas Doran O enema Duyungan ,and take active part in it. Any , Pre= 11"00 " " " i The aecoration committ plans to ] g ,3ames tees, R'obert Foutv William Hausmann (10) n nF Evans (15) Fuchs (12) ............ F ................ Hardy (4) single person 18 ears or older, " " "  h?rn fh, ,1 bllronm into an I them. [ Franklin, William Frawle-, Richard I Lozeau (8) ........... C .............. Brasch (4)  T ......... o ...... . . . G-erbec, James Handran, Ed.;ard Hopf- is eligible. Further- information underx,ater ballet scene according Fifteen, hundred Sans crovded ner, Joseph McDonald Hugh Me- The Seattle College Ch;eftains I Pashkwski (16) G .......... Presley (20) McCarty (2) ........ G ............. Curran (16) may be had by contacting the I--., .o.'-------- U^--,o I to Virginia Le*az motif director ! the mall gym to the last minute Gough, Philip hcClukey, Edward Me- will play Pacific Lutheran Col- Substitutes---St. Martin: Allensworth. I[ll Ol|ll.#ll | l e - " ' " - . ] Namara, Warren Rie. Ward Roney. [ (7), Szebers. Thibadeau, Miller. Ford. spiritual director, the Rev. An-  ,, . ,'--" ' "[ Danc lan o will b  om'leted los ptay. aul lotar Daniel Semanskee, William Iege Saturday, Feb. 8 at the U. Gonzaga: bIcFoul, Schauble, Williams, drew F. Donohoe. Ollee I'llKInq IUID i  " o =  ,  J -- I Sullivan, Richard Welch, Richard W. Pay[Ilion. They meet St. Mar- Waiters, Codd, Golden. l The pre-Valentine dance give -____ -- at th next Chancellor Club meet- ] ....... Woods John Worthington John Zing'- I cr [mark ,. in , Wednesday Feb 12 accord-]Elected To =ollege __.. ........... tin Rangers, tonight at Lacey. by the club Saturday, was a huge  ' " ' t "x'mra Year--Jawara Aamoot, oooy [fl Members of Hiyu Coolee, Seattle ing Lo co-chairmen Polly Zille and " Baskett Laurence Cards[no Eugene success despite inclement weather. [ - Advisory Board , . , :Next week end the Chieftains cno, hikinc, club this week Chuot r;e_ h .....  t o Charvet Michael DeLorenzo John tour east, of the mountains, fly- Dance conmittee included Ted ..... t, " ' [ ............................. - [ -- I Dermody, Ronald Ellingsen, Robert ing to Spokane Friday, Feb. 14, Pike, Helen Breen. Kathleen Shan-elected a new chief to break trail ;sociate's commLtee who will in-[ 'rhroo ottlo C!ntlo= 'rohn'.on I Fieser, 5ames Grathwol. Steph'en Lebel, BeHarmine Here , :  ,"  .................. o ........ ,5ohn 'vaxwell, Don McCluskey, Rich- to meet VChitworth, pla)ing durra the rou s ninth ear He te ormer Chancellor Club mem lec ed th school s, o non and Donna Ryan. g g P Y - have been e t to e ' ard Naish, John Navone, David N r- is Don S. Byington an engineer- br to the dance are Mr. and advisory board which overns ton, Todd Reeder, Thomas Ryan. Den- Cheney the following evening ' - I ........ '  ]   ton Sherry, Warren Tufts. Patrick and winding up the tcur 5Ion- mgsopnomore. ,M .. tm ONefll, Mr. and Mrs. stu ed nt b do y ac[zw'" "t'zes. The, are Wilson. This Friday GONZAGA LOSES TO CPS Others elected to assist Bying- Bill Martin Mr. and Mrs. Hank John Moran Renton John Snell - Fourth Year--Bryce Baker, Dennis day Feb. ]7 against the Gon- " I ' - , ". , z" Bonnington. Curtis Brownfield, Don aga Blldogs. TACO,L, Feb. 6.---Stopping a ton include Catherine Gbbons and  Boudreau, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ] man Bellevue ,and Henry Thomas, Burke, Daniel Craee. Richard Crowley. last minute rush by the Spokane Ellen McDevitt. The new officers t i[cVeig h. , Mercer' ,Isiand.' Forte.LawreneeRobertEagle'Hedequist,Jhn England,williamDenniSHunt, The O'Dea Irish defeated Lake- men, College of Puget Sound de- will take their oath at Hiyu Tickets may be purchased from The freshman board members, Richard 5onientz. James LeMay, Jack eam 00.nn"o"ege in the losers' gym on-- feated Gonzaga 20 to 28, here last Coolee's eighth anniversary cele- i the committee members for $3.00 I who will be installed at a general RiehardLyneh' EdwardMolitor,.Maxwell,Gordon Muir,Jhn ArthurMeals' Tuesday night. Dick Naish corn- night. CPS led at the llt" by bration on Sunday, Feb. 16, in a couple. Refreshments will be lassembly today, will serve a two- Nelson. David Piro. Stephen Roman, manded the attack for the lris the Suquamish Town Hall served. " . ' Eugene Styer, 3ohn Triggs, Donald Vin- and was high man of the evening one point. ,quarter term. cent and Richard Wyman..u s .00.C:ve n . .,Unv:* e with ]2 points. I O'DFA (4I) IT'5 J05 PO551L 0]- Cheshler (4) .......... F ............. (6) Ramsay Lynch (11) .......... F ........ (3) Bordeaux i K i|n c | S | " Doherty (11) .......... C ................ (6) Lewis I a S S I C Hedequist .............. G ....... (2) B.rcombe Naish (12) ............. G ......... (4) Meenach .... Subs: O'DEA--Feiser (3). LAKE- O SIDE--Symons (3). O'Dea will play Bellarmine at Seattle College is among the the_ O'Dea gTm this Friday night, O. , 14 Northwest Schools invited to Feb. 7, 7:00 p.m. compete in the Pacific Northwest Intercollegiate F o u r'- D a y ski SFU Enrollmenl Record 4 T Championships. Feb. 14 and 15. SAN FRANCISC0--The Uni- The event, sponsored by the Uni- versity of San Francisco will open versity of Washington, is to be its spring semester on Feb. 17, with held at Martin. Gus Ericksen, more than 2300 students registered Husky Coach expects most of the in its day, evening, and law school 1 schools to enter full A teams, divisions. This is a record high for FTHg DUFF R.ECOUi' NE!Y'$ %fD p&T'5 'l'O'/. g/T5 W VE[Y tUCH plJrog0. "<o ]]4E h%iD OUT NOTHE PLAN." Gonzaga will also enter =u team. the 92-year old school. n NELSON'S SERVICE PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK LATHE WORK WELDING AND TUNE-UPS . CApitol 9531 2765 E. 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