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.J0--THE PROGRESS Fr;day, Feb. 7, 1964 DINNER ATTRACTS 1,500 CYO leaders in spotlight Some 1,500 people will get what they deserve May -- Donna Lynn Hass and Paul Leon Cheiminiak, both next Monday. of Holy Rosary, Seattle. The occasion is the eLghth annual CYO Dinner, June -- Caron Marie Dwyer of Assumption and D'oug Arthur giving due recognition to the many volunteer adult youth leaders of Blessed Sacrament, both of Seattle. of the Archdiocese. July -- Suzanne Guichard of Holy Rosary and John Merrill The event, starting at 7 p.m., is reserved in the spacious con- of St. Paul's, both of Seattle. lines of the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, 225 Mercer St. August -- Charlotte Ann Hopper of St. John's Mission, Man- The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of tesano, and Robert de Lateur of Our Lady of Good Help, Seattle, will preside at the dinner, yearly sponsored by the Hoquiam. Carroll Club of Seattle. September -- Cathy Foley of St. Louise, Bellevue, and Vie- Also in attendance will be the Most Reverend Thomas E. tar C. Walling of Holy Family, Kirkland. Gill, VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle; Governor Albert D. October -- Roberta Purcell and Tom Spink, both of Immac- Roseilini, Seattle Mayor Gordon S. Clinton; other state, coun- ulate Conception, Mount Vernon. W, municipal, civic and lay leaders• November -- Ke|iy Fredson and Jim Dearly, both of St. The Carroll Club Civic Youth Service Award will be presented Edward's, ShelteR. by club president Gone A. Ford to the business firm or industry December -- Theresa Mosley of Our Lady of Lourdes and chosen as outstanding in aiding youth. Gerard LaSaile of St. Paul's, both of Seattle. Other special awards will include the national CYO Pro Serving as the inimitable master of ceremonies will be J. Dee et Juventute Award for adults with 10 years of continuous Gordon (Gordie) Hamilton, CYO executive director. service in any of the archdiocesan-affiliated youth programs and Entertainment will be highlighted by Mark and Darin Sokol. the CYO Teen-Agars of the Year Scholarship presentation. Dinner price is $3.50 per plate. Candidates, previously chosen by the Carroll Club as CYO This big event, certainly the biggest recognition dinner Teen-Agars of the Month, include: under Catholic auspices west of the Mississippi, brings out January -- Mary Bartholomew and Lawrence DeCelle, both of hiding the many volunteers who help sustain and operate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett. the archdiocesan CYO program and its affiliated services. February -- Colleen Gallagher of St. Joseph's and William At the tables will be found coaches, athletic coordinators, Vodarski Jr. of SS. Peter and Paul's, both of Tacoma. teen club advisors, Girl Scout leaders, skiing instructors, camp- March -- Jill Ekar of SS. Aegidius and Mary's, Aberdeen, ing camp staffers, other leaders and their pastors and parish and Jack Yodng of St. Mary's Kelso. priests. April- Diane Faudree of St. Teresa's and Steven Cawdrey The dinner is held annually to recognize these working of Assumption, both of Seattle. leaders. This year's dam-bake ought to be a "lulu." Colleges wage W L Pet. PF PA W L Pet• GBL h-eavy bttl-o--'es Seattle Prep ...... 31 .750 827 80687 .533- Blanchet ........... 2 2 .500 761 839 5 9 .357 1 Bellarmine ........ 3 3 .500 777 842 5 8 .385 1 O'Dea ............. 1 3 .250 750 691 7 6 .538 2 By Fred Cordova This week's varsity spech=€les That was the week that by John Bumley with 20 and February 7 -- Bellarmlne at Wilson, TCL and Capital League; Evereff at BlancheS, WC; O'Dea vs. Lakeside at Seattle U, non-league; Seattle Prep at was. Riehl with lg. Wenatchee, WC; Eatonville at St. Martin's, ECL. And it was both good SEATTLE U 10S, MEMPHIS STATE February 8-.-Elms at St. Marlin's, ECL. UNIVERSITY 8g. High for the Chiefs: February 11--Bellormlne at Stadium, TCL and Cap. L., Tumwater at St. and bad basketball news for Se- Williams, 30; Rich Turney, 15; Pellet Martin's, ECL. attic University and St. Mar- Phillips, 131 Heyward, 13, and Vermll. February 13--O'Dea vs. Coma Lake In Vancouver, B.C., non-league. lion, 121 for the Tigers: John HIIIman, February 14--Lincoln at Bellmmlne, TCL and Cap. L.; Blanchet vs. Cascade tin's College. 17. Halftlme: 54-40, SU. Monday at In Everett, we; O'Oea vs. Coma Lake in Vancouver, B.C., non-league; Everett at Here's why: the Civic Center Arena. Seattle Prep, WC; St. Martin's at White Pass, ECL. February 15---Belllngham at Blanchet, WC. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY 85, SE- COMMENT: The Chiefs men- ""1""""""'"""""""f"""H"t""""""""""""'""""""""""j""""""""1""i*"""""""""""""*"""""T""""""""" ATTLE U 79. High for the Beavers: tally were in sound condition MelCounls, 31; Frank Pofers 21, and Prep hopes ride Jim Jarvls, 18; for the Chiefs: Char- nnd the confines of the arena Ill Williams, 20; John Tresvontr 19; Grog Vermillion, 14, and Ralph Hey- were never haunted by the word, 11. Halftime: 45-41, OSU. Frl- ghosts of OSU for this century clay at the Civic Center Arena. SCOring, marking the 1964 home- COMMENT: The Chiefs got coming game. crick knee too, too, too much of Jarvis in d SEATTLEUE7, UNIVERSITYOF on the first half, Peters in the sec- PUGET SOUND 80. High for the and half and Counts in both Chiefs: Williams, 21; Vermillion, 19; Tresvant, 19, and Phillips, 141 for the halves, let alone the rest of Loggers: Bob Sprague, 32; Rich : Slats Gill's well-disciplined and Brines, 13, and Joe Peyton, 10. Half- Look who's leading the 154; Fred Westgate, 11.3 for patient aggregation. The BeaD- time: 39-32, ups. Wednesday n To- Northwest Catholic Asso- 148; and Bob York, 10.3 for coma. 135. ere hit a phenomenal shooting COMMENT: UPS, though na- ciation basketball race. Following Duncan in the percentage of 62, good enough tionally-ranked, are small col- Jim Harney's Seattle Prep Blanchet scoring is Steve Bing- to give even the pros a head- lege competitors. No sweat, ache. And it seemed as if every- thought the Chiefs. That was al- Panthers and right now they ham, 13.2 for 186, and Tom thing 7-0 Mel threw up went in. most enough to give the in- are hot on a three-game win- Burke, 10.2 for 143, both in 14 He ended up 13 for 21 from the spired and valiant Loggers the ning streak by virtue of de- games. field. The Chiefs tried very upset of the year in the North- cisive wins over O'Dea, Blan- O'DEA HAS three top shoot- hard but it was not a full 40- west. UPS had opened its sea- chat and Bellarmine in that ere, led by John Kiefer, a 13.4 minute effort as they seemed son with a 75-72 win over St. order, for 175; followed by Mike to fall apart in some phases of Martin's and have been point- Steve Conklin, the work- Bourgauit, 13.0 for 170; and the game. Learning their lee- ins up to this meeting. The horse at Jesuit Bluff, has been Tim Fountain, 11.3 for 147, all son well from this experience, Chiefs were "shanghaied" into spelled off by Jim Yanker, a with in 13 games. the Chiefs still have a very good this game with UPS, so say 6-7 machine who operates well Yanker, now beginning to find chance to break that Corvallis some close informants, to help if his knee doesn't bother him. the range less painfully, is jinx come February. ]4th. out the Bellarmine High fund YoRker's left knee, renew- shooting 12.3 for 160 in 13 su FRESHMEN tat, UNIVERSITY OP and for the "repayment" of ing a painful injury received games. WASHIN•TON FRESHMEN 69. High many years ago, seems to be Recaps of the last weekend's for the Papooses: Tom Workmen, 28; previous ball games in the UPS Malkln Strong, 23; Plummer Loft, 14; fieldhouse against other teams the trick to Prop's success, games follow: Elzla Johnson, 13, and John gralger, MEANWHILE Conklin has 10; for the Pups: Dave Horde, 12; for the Bellarmine benefit. But FRIDAY'S BATTLES Gordlo Harris, 11, and Levi Fisher, the Loggers rose to the occas- been having a points scoring SEATTLE PREP ,, BLANCHEr 43. 11. Halflfme: 47-33, SO. Monday at High for the Panthers: Steve Conklln, the Civic Center Arena. sion and even in this loss should duel with Blancher's Gone 16, and Jim Yanker, 14; for the COMMENT: A near capacity be congratulated for a tremoR- Duncan with the Brave leading Braves: Tom Burke, 23. Halfflme: 31. house of S,000 watched the SU dous battle. SU now stands 15-3. him, 201 to 200 points. Duncan 29, Prep. NCA, Western Conference and Seattle Catholic city playoffs at yearlings provide a look into SEATTLE PACIFIC COLLEGE 92, ST. OWnS a 14.3 average in 14 Blanchet. MARTIN'S 72. High for the Falcons: games and CoRk]in a 13.3 mark ST. MARTIN'S 63, WINLOCK, S8. High the future with the blistering nan Pettlcord, 23; for the Saints" . for the Rangers: Jim Hannam, 17, and onslaught of Lionell Purcell's Bruener, 29; Burnloy 23, and John m 15 games. Don Snyder, 11; for the Cardinals: Donaldson, 10. Halftlme: 45-30, SPC. But the best average this Dennis Bowers, 15, Bill Wlglnfon, 14, undefeated team against the Saturday in Olympia. and Mike Johnson, 14. Halftlme: 40- Big School pride. The game COMMENT: Like the Beav- week goes to Jim Hannam of 29, St. Martin's. East Central League In Wlnlock. marked the reunion of former ere, SPC hit 63.3 per cent from St. Matrin's with a 14.7 in a LINCOLN S3, BELLARMINE 40. High Blanchet VIP's -- Workman, the field. But Bruener still 13-game output of 192 points, for the Abes: Dave Cart, 24; for the Mike Acres, who engineered showed his scoring stuff with And perhaps that is why ton,Li°nS:tO.J°eHalftlme:Lynn' 16,19.13,andLincoln.Mlke Tret-Ta. the ambush, and Jim Miller the help of reliable Burnley and St. Martin's is tied for first coma City League and Capital League with UW coach Don Zeeh. It Donaldson. place with Tumwater in the at university at Puget Sound. SATURDAY'S SKIRMISHES must have been very painful su PAPOOSES 8S, UPS FRESHMEN East Central League race. O'DEA 73, MEADOWDALE 53. High for 69. High for the Papooses: Workman, Both teams have a 5-1 league the Irish: MIke Bourgault, 16, and for Zech under those conditions. 2s; Strong, 13; Lett, 11, and Gary Mike Berrldge, t0; for the Chiefs: ST. MARTIN'S 74, UNIVERSITY OF Good, 10; for UPS: Gary Blrchler, record with Dale Behles' SM Ray Ewing, 16, and Dick Horch, 16. ALASKA 72. High for the saints: 24. Halftlme: 4S-29, SU. Wednesday Halfflme: 40-24, O'Dea. Hen-league at Mike Bruener, 24, and DIck Rlehl, lS; at Tacoma. Rangers going 8-5 for the sea- Meadowdole. for the Polar Bears: Jonathan Spring- COMMENT: That's win No. son. WENATCHEE 6t, BLANCHET 56. High or, 16. Halfflme: 42-32, SMC. Tuesday ;q in Olympia. 13 for the undefeated SU fresh Ran U uhart's Beilarmine for the Panthers: Mike Holland, 16, and J. R. Wlnn, 16; for the Braves: COMMENT: SMC f i n a I I y and the 40th COnsecutive vic- Lions, seeking titles in the Stove Slogham, 19, and Gone Duncan, broke a five-game losing streak tory for Workman, Acres and NCA, Tacoma City League and 17, Hetftlme: 2S-22, Wenotchee. WC In Wenatchea. . to win their sixth game in 19 Jim Miller, who started their Capital League, are paced by SUNDAY'S FEATURE contests. The victory also tasted string way back in the begin- four men in double figures de- SEATTLE PREF 78, SELLARMiNE S6. sweet because the Saints had ning of last season with Blan- spite a six-game losing streak. High for the Panthers: Tom German, 22, Jim Yanker, 16, Jim Gllllnghamt ," lost Monday to the touring Alas- chat. Another recent fresh win In 13 games, these pace-set- 14, and Dennis Oorratcaguo, 10; for ken quintet, 10fl-93. Bruener was 68-50 over the SPC fresh ting Lions are Mike TrotteR, the Lions: Fred Westgate, 17, and Steve Ring, 14. Holfllme: 42-26, Prep. still led SMC with 29, followed Friday. Workman had 23. 159 for 12.2; Joe Lynn, 11.8 for NCA at Prep. CYO pennant progress T It Sacred Heart (S) 30, St. Teresa lS. St. Joseph 40, St. Teresa 14. SENIORS acoma resu s Lady of the Lake N, Assumption 2.1. St. Louise over Cathedral (forfeit). Girls' basketball nles Sacrament 32, St. Benedict lS. St. Paul 37, St. Bernadette 22. Lady of Lourdes 26, St. Paul 21. SPARTANS st. Anthony 40, Lady of Lourdes 18. SPARTANETTES st. Anthony 2.1, Holy Family 8. St. Joseph 38, St. Matthew 20. St. Francis 45, Holy Family 43. St. Patrick 23, Holy Cress S. Christ the King 24, St. Luke 12. Assumption 35, St. Alphonsus 24. Holy Rosary 36, Holy Family (K) 29. St. John 25, Lady of the Lake 23. st. Teresa $4, St Monlca 34. All Saints 14, Holy Rosary 0. Boys' basketball st. Luke Blues 26, Lady of Fatima 6t, Immaculate 32. St. Catherine Purples 23. Blessed Sacrament 34, St. Joseph 29. St. Patrick 10, Sacred Heart g. BANTAMS St. Benedict 27, St. Francis 2S. Assumption 38, St. Luke 26. CADETTES st. Anthony 28t St. Catherine •aids 14. St. Monlca 35, St. Luke Golds 18. Christ the King over Lady of the Lake St. Patrick t0, Sacred Heart S. St. Joseph 29, Assumption 18. Lady of the Lake 44, St. Luke Golds 41. (tortelt). St. Ann 19, All Saints 9. Blessed Sacrament S2, S St. Monlca 21, St. Benedict 16. St. Margaret 36, St. Mark 28. All Saints 8, Sacred Heart 6. St. Bernadette 10. st. Joseph 28, Sacred Heart (e) 19. st. John 50, St. Catherine 24. St. Patrick 21, Holy Cross 16. St. Luke 20, Lady of the Lake 17. st. Francis 2Y, St. Catherine Golds 13. St. Bernadette 30, st. Francis 28. Boys' basketball st. Mark 31, St. John 18. St. John 27, St. Luke Glues t9. St. Paul 44, Holy Rosary 21. MIDGETS st. Cofhorlne Purples 16, Assumption 30, St. Matthew 18. Holy Family 43, St. Anthony 42. St. Matlhew 15. St. Alphonsus 37, St. Catherine Purples St. Monlca 25, Immaculate t4. St. Lea Blues 42, St. Leo Whites 10. St. Luke 30, St. Cathe¢ino Purples lS. 32. Holy Family (K) 35, St. Joseph 21. Holy Rosary 21, St. Frances Whites 3. Lady of the Lake 32, St. Mark 19. Holy Rotary 21, St. Frances Whites 3. St. Matthew 34, St. John 17. CADETS St. Teresa 43, Blessed Sacrament 37. Holy Cross 21, Sacred Heart 8. St. Joseph S0, St, Catherine Golds 29. Lady of the Lake 38, Lady of Lourdes over Lady of Fatima st. Petrlck 18, St. Francis Reds 14. St. Anthony 37, AesumPtion 30. Christ the King 25. (forfeit). SPARTANS Sacred Heart (B) 20, St. Bernadette 12. St. Mark 26, Assumption 17. Assumption over St. Catherine (forfeit). St. Catherine 2g, St. Plus 25. Chrlet the King 33, St. Margaret 32 Holy Rosary 49, Holy Cross 11. IJDGETS Holy Family 43, St. George 2S. (overtime). St. Patrick 43, St. Charles i7. St. Plus 18, Lady of the Lake 6. Brlscoe 21, Holy RosorytS. Lady of the Lake S0, St. Mark S3. CADETS Assumption Reds ,'St. Luke Blues It. St. Edward 26, Lady af Lourdes 10. St. John 34, St. Luke 1S. St. Patrick Greens 3S, Holy Rosary iS. St. Mark 26, St. Matthew lS, , St. Bernadette 26, St. Francis in. Sacred Heart 28, St. Ann 18. St. Catherine Purples 28, Lady of Fatima 45, Cathedral 20. St. Leo 311, Holy Cross 16. Christ the King 14. St. Margaret 30, St. Benedict 21. S HI di g All saints 60, Visitation 29. St. Joseph 34, St. LouiSe 9. Sacred Heart Villa 25, St. Anne 19. ea e stan n s Seattle results ,= Heart Villa sg, Blessed Sacrament 23, Holy Family (K) $3. St. Alphonsus 2t. Girls' basketball Girls' basketball sacr Heart (B) 22, Sacred Heart (B) 41, Immaculate 16. Assumption Whites 8. St. Anthony 30, St. Louisa 17. SPARTANETTES SOUTH SPARTANETrES St. Teresa 22, Cathedral 18. St. Joseph 31, St. Monlca 28. W L W L St. Genrgo 2.% Brls¢oo 21, (overtime). St. Teresa 26, Mount Virgin 21. Assumption 2 0 Fatima t 2 Assumption 21, St. Benedict 13. St. Anthony 63, Holy Family 27. Sacred Heart (B) 28, Mount Virgin 1S. St. Benedict 2 1 Sac. Henri n 1 2 St. JoMh 24, Sacred Heart (B) 21. St. Bornodeffe 20, Holy Rosary 17. Holy Family (K) 28, Immaculate g. St. Joseph 1 2 St. Benedict 17, Lady of Fatima 10. St. Paul 32, Lady of Lourdes S. St. Meolca 26, SL Teresa 21. Lady of the Lake 17, Christ lho King Lady of Fatima lS, St. Anthony 22, St. Joseph 17. SPARTANETTES NORTH 10. St. Cathorine •aids 8. St. John 27, St. Plus 17. St. Luke 4 0 Christ King 2 3 St. Luke 24, Lady of tho Lake 6. St. John 37, St. Margaret 13. St Catherine 27, St. Luke 24. St. Mark S 1 St. John 0 3 Lady of the Lake 14, St. Mark t. St. Luke Golds 37, St. Alphonsus 20. St. Matthew 39, Christ the King 15. Lady Lake 3 1 St. Catherine 0 4 CADETTES Blessed Sacrament 24, St. Benedict 19. Lady of the Lake 26, Assumption 25. CADETTES EAST Blessed sacrament :;4, Assumption 24. St. Luke Golds S0, St. Catherine Gelds St. Francis 32, Holy Family 23. St. Joseph S 0 Fatima 2 3 St. Benedict 24, St. Anne 17. 22. St. Paul 60, Si. George 20. Soc. Heart B S 2 St. Margaret 0 5 St. Catherine 30, St. Plus 24. St. Anne 22, Lady of Fatima 21. St. Bernadette 19, Lady of Lourdes 17. St. Teresa 2 2 Christ the King, 17, St. John S. St. Alphonsus 211, Blessed Sacrament 10. Brlscoe 24, St. Edward 23. St, Francis 25, Lady of Lourdes 19. St. John 33, St. Benedict 15. Lady of Fatima 29, St. Alphonsus 18. CADETTES WEST St. Anthony 2S, Lady of Lourdes 10. Briscea 22, Lady of Lourdes 1S. St. Anne 27, St. Benedict 17. BI. Sacrament S 0 Assumption I 4 St. Fraacls 25, St. Paul 16. Holy Rosary 23, Holy Family 3. Sacred Heart Villa 21, St. Margoret 18. Lady Lake 3 2 St. Anne 0 S Christ the King 20, St. Cclthorlne tL St. Bernadeno 17, St. Anthony 10. Biassed Sacrament 33, Cathedral 23. St. Benedict 3 2 St. Luke 22, St. John 7. St. PaUl 29, St. GaOrgO tO. CADE'ES SOUTH Lady o flho Lake 27, Sf. Anne 17. St. Plus 26, St. Catherine Purples 21. SOPHOMORES Blessed Sacrament lS, SI. Benedict t. St. Matthew lt, St. Luke Blues 13. St. Monlca 40, Immaculate 36. St. Anthony 4 0 St. Paul 1 S St. Teresa 32, St. Margaret 10. /eamption Reds 24, St. Mark 14. St. Catherine over St. Louise (forfeit). St. Francis 4 1 Holy Family 0 4 St. Joseph 31, Sacred Heart (6) lS. Lady of the Lake 26, Christ the King 17. St. Joseph 30, Holy Rosary 21. Lourdes 2 3 Sacred Heart (B) 16, Lady of Foflma Holy Family (K) 14, Assumption Whltes Assumption 25, Holy Rosary 20. CADETrES NORTH 12. 8. Immaculate over St. Louise (forfeit). Christ King 4 0 St. Plus 2 3 St. Joseph 45, St. Margaret 15. |Hlcred Henrt (a) 22, sacred Heart St. Joseph over St. Luke (forfeit). St. Catherine 3 1 St. John 0 4 St. JoSeph 40, Lady of Fatima :ill. Villa lS. St. Monlca 49, St. Catherine 17. St. Lqke 2 3 54 scouts receive award in Tacoma FIFTY-FOUR SCOUTS from Tacoma, Port Angeles, Sequim, Raymond, Olympia, Lacey, Vancouver and Brem- erton received S¢outing's Ad Altare Dei Cross in the eighth annual Scout Reverent Observance Sunday ceremonies in St. Patrick's Church in Tacoma. Presiding was the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill. VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle. Two adult scout leaders were also named recipients of the St. George Medal, Stephen T. Cvitovich Sr. (left front row) of Tacoma and Fred J. Greenwood (right front row) of Vancouver. D ea con was Father Patrick S. Clark (to Bishop's right) of St. Patrick's, CYO Tacoma district priest director; and subdeacon, Father August Banasky of All Saints' Parish, Puyallup. Father Stephen Szephen (back row) was master of ceremonies. (Progress Scout Photo by Charley Heib) Plus award makes debut The Pope Plus XII Award for Explorer Scouts will be presented for the first time in the Arch- diocese this Sunday in St. James Cathedral at ceremon- ies marking the 14th annual S c o u t Reverent Observance Sunday in the central and northern deaneries. The Most Reverend Thomas A. Conno[ly, Archbishop of Seattle, will present the award to Terry LaBrie and Thomas Brimacombe of Explorer Scout Ship 615 of Kirkland's Holy Family Parish. NINETY-ONE B o y Scouts will also receive from the Arch- bishop the Ad Altare Dei Cross, a medal they have been in pursuit through various ex- aminations. Two Scout leaders will also receive the St. George Medal, recognizing these adults for outstanding contribution to the spiritual development of Cath- olic youth in scouting. The St. George Medal pres- entations were made to two other men in St. Patrick's Church in Tacoma last Sunday in ceremonies Ad Altare Dei ceremonies for 54 scouts from the southern and western dean- eries. Recipients are F r e d J. Greenwood, 50, from St. James Parish in Vancouver, and Stephen T. Cvitovich Sr., 54, from St. Patrick's Parish in Tacoma. A native of Vancouver, Greenwood attended P r o v i d e n c e Academy, Vancouver High School a n d Columbia Prep. His twin sons are both Eag- le Scouts and Ad Altare Dei winners. Greenwood has served as scoutmaster at Fife and in Van- couver, as grand night of Ta- coma Council and Columbia Council in Vancouver of the Knights of Columbus and for three years on the board of Catholic Children's Services. A member of the Holy Name and St. Vincent de Paul So- cieties and the American Leg- ion, he served for eight years on the Archdiocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting. He lives with his family at 815 U St., in Vancouver. A NATIVE of Tacoma, Cvit- ovich attended St. Patrick's, School, Jason Lee Junior High and Lincoln High. Hi son, John, one of four sons, was an Ad Altare Dei recipient at the ceremony Sun- day. Active in Mount Rainier Council, he has served in var- ious committee and counselor scouting capacities for 10 Holy Famliy, Troop 911: Frank Madura. Holy Rosary, Troop 290: Gerald Slfferman. Our Lady of Guadalupe, Troop 777: Richard Spencer. St. Anne, Troop 77: Donald JuJlen, J o h n Vlslch, Christopher Gerhard, George Brown, Alan Shelley, John Slosh, Vincent Tougas, Paul Jullen, Patrick Benson. St. Benedict, Troop 162: James Sale, Michael Guidon, Mlchael $chauf, An- drew Solo. St. Cotherlne, Troop 156: John - years. A member of the KofC, Jordan. St. John, Troop 121: Gregory Miles, the Holy Name Society and. Dennis Scott. Confraternity of Christian Dec- st. Margaret. Troop 84: GUy Clark, trine program, Cvitovich lives with his family at 1409 N. 10th St., in Tacoma. Father Donald Piro of Ta- coma's Sacred Heart Parish will preach the sermon. Recipients of the Ad Altare Dei Medal this Sunday will Dennis Maurlce, George Emery. St. Matthew, Troop 301: Glenn Lehde. BELLEVUE Sacred Heart, Troop 43t: Robert Knight, Thomas Ward, Sydney Paw- Iowskl, Walter Swann. St. Louise, Troop 641: Daniel Foley,( Timothy Foley, James McHole, Ran. aid McNerney, John Smith, Carry Leohy, Glen Abate. FEDERAL WAY  St. Vincent do Paul, Troop 242: Terrence McDonald. KIRKLAND * Holy Family, Troop include: 615: Steven Wlnkler, Richard McClarty, EDMONDS  Holy Rosary, Troop Paul Martineau, John Marx, John Dan. 75: Thomas Conran. ' gel, Darrell Wallace, Carl Jrosch.Jen. sen, James Bergeron, Thomas Mar. tineau, Stuart Anderson, erlan Ander- son, Harold McCoy. MERCER ISLAND -- St. Manta, Troop 666: Michael Fay, Robert sac- quJtne, Patrick WJegand, Daniel Mar., tenseR, John Schler, Anthony Calabrese.ll RENTON  St. Anthony, Troop 417:1 Michael Pepka, James Pepka, Theo- dore Deacy, William Hozelett, M/chael Delaurenfl, Guy Bldg, Lawrence Dlerst, Philip Sullivan, Robert Standish, James Tufts, Dennis Swadley. SEAHURST -- St. Francle ASSlS, Troop 353: Michael Pedhasky, Pater Sack, Gary Fauersteln, Ross Fowlng, Lawrenca Buchman, Peter Edward Buchman, James Kelly. LYNNWOOD -- St. Thomas More Troop 75: James King. MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- St. Ptus X, Troop 60: Philip Messina, Mark Pressentln, Michael Johnson, Francis Parted. SEATTLE St. James Cathedral, Troop 17" Ter- ence O'Brlen, Mark Garner. Assumption, Troop 1: James Croft, Marshall Smith, Thomas Shevlln, Jlch- ael GIIlesple. Christ the King, Troop 320: Thomas Lynch, Robert Kavaney, Richard Pet- kovlts, William Monard, Byron DImak, WHllam Ryan, Michael Pratt, James McNamara. Youths set communion Crusade in Archdiocese Lacey; St. Philip, Woodland; St. Peter, Seattle; St. Thomas More, Lynnwood. Mnrch $-1,T-.St. Patrick, Tacoma; St. Anthony, Renton; St. Benedict, Seaflle; St. Joseph, Chehalls; St. Thomas, River- ton; Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmle; St. Margaret Mary, McKenna, St. Rose, Longvlew. March IS - 22--Our Lady af Guadalupe, Seattle; Holy Family, Kirkland; St. Mary, Anacortes; St. Peter, Suquamlsh; St. Edward, Seattle; St. Mary, Marys- villa; Sacred Heart, Tacoma; St. Ce- cilia, Winslow. March 22-29 -- St. Teresa, Seattle; Immaculate Conception, Arlington; Holy Rosary, Tacoma; St. Mary, Kelso; St. Mary, Seattle; St. Joseph, Ferndale; SS. Peter and Paul, Tacoma; St. Vin- cent de Paul, Federal Way. March 29. April 5--St. Anne, Seattle; Holy Cross, Tacoma; St. Michael, Sno- homlsh; Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancou- ver; Christ the King, Seattle; St. Hits, Tacoma; Assumption, Belllngham; HaW Family, Seattle. April S-12Our Lady of Fatima, Se- attle; SS. Aegldlus and Mary, Aberdeen; Our LadY af the Lake, Seoffie; 5t. Au- gustlne, Oak Harbor; All Saints, Puyai- The annual National Catholic Youth Commun- ion Crusade will be ob- served in the Archdiocese for 15 weeks, starting this Sunday through Pentecost Sunday. Particular intentions of the crusade are progress in racial harmony, apostolate of Catho- lic youth to all Catholics and non-Catholics, stronger parish loyalty of all Catholic students attending parochial, private and public schools and curbing of evil influences on modern youth. The crusade will include all youth of the parish besides teen-agers. Sunday schedules for each May 3-10--St. Patrick, Dockton; St. skiing site, a chapel was con- Mlchael, Olympia; St. Frances Cabrinl, secrated to St. John the Bapt. Tacoma; St. Bernadette, Seattle; St. Plus X, Mountlake Terrace; St. Thomas ist. Aquinas, Camas; St. Nicholas, Gig Har- bor; Assumption, Seattle; Our Lady of eeeeeeeeoeeeeeoeuoeeeA Lourdes, Seattle. • May 10-17--Star of the Sea, Brem- •  by often; Immaculate Conception, Seattle; • Sacred Heart, Seattle; Perpetual Help, : Earl Spangler Everett; Sacred Heart, Bellevue; St. James, Vancouver; Queen of Angels, • Port Angeles; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw. • HOLY CROSS BROTHERS : LIFE HEALTH GROUP e:: • : ili::!:::. FAMILY i MORTGAGE INCOME HOSPITAL Olympics' site# are blessed INNSBRUCK, Austria (NC)-- All the sites here of specific events in the Olympic games were blessed by a priest, and. at Axamer Lizum, the Alpine e parish follow: February 9-16--St. James Cathedral, Seattle; St. Charles Borromeo, Tacoma; St. Mary, Centralla; St. Matthew, Seat- tie; St. Phllomena, Des MoiRes; Sacred Heart, Battle Ground; St. Francis, Cow- Iltz Prairie; St. John, Seattle. February 16-23--Holy Rosary, Seattle; St. Laulse, Lake Hills; St. A[oyslus, Buckley; Visitation, Tacoma; St. Joseph, Vancouver; Star of the Sea, Port Town. send; St. Mark, Seattle; Our Lady of Laurdes, Wi[keson. February 23-March I  St. Joseph, Seattle; St. Joseph, Tacoma; SS. Peter and Paul, Aberdeen; Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sedro WooHey; St. Catherine, Seattle; St. Andrew, Sumner; St. Joseph, Pe Eli; St. Joseph, Lyndcn. March 1.0--Blessed Sacrament, Seat- tle; St. Mary, Monroe; St. Margaret, Seattle; St. Ann, Tacoma; Sacred Heart, lup; St. Edward, ShelteR; Immaculete Conception, Everett; HoW Family, Au- burn. Aprll 12-t9--St. Patrlck, Seattle; St. Monlca, Mercer IsJand; St. Gabrlel, Port Orchard; immaculate Conceptlan, Mount Vernon; St. Alphonsus, Seattle; Our Lady Queen of Heaven, Tacoma; St. Anthony, Kent; Holy Rosary, Edmonds. Aprll 19-26---St. George, Seattle; St. Brendon, Bothell; St. Mortln of Tours, Fife; St. Joseph, Elma; Sacred Heart, Bellinghom; Mount Virgin, Seattle; St. Leo, Tacoma; St. John of the Woods, Tacoma. April 26-May 3.--Our Lady of Good Help, HaquJam; St. Paul, Seattle; Sa- cred Heart, LaConner; St. Mary Mag- dalen, Everett; St. Joseph, Issaquah; St. Luke, Seattle; St. Francls af Asslsl, Seahurst; Immaculate Conception, Ray- mend. Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions : Writing • Farm(Re • Trades Social Work • Clerical Work For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame Nigh School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. • • :"Is if more important fo r'eede e eThe Progress or the daily po-ee :per? Approprlafe answer: if e edepends on your outlook. 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