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8THE PROGRESS Friday, Feb. 9, 1962 Bellarmine ices NCA title; St. Martin's pulls through The cagers from Bel- larmine, St. Martin's and O'Dea High Schools should each in turn take a bow. First, the Lions from Bellar- mine. Marion Pericin's combination of Motived, Rowland, Zawislak and company have iced the Northwest Catholic Associa- tion and gained a steady hold on the Tacoma city series' second place spot with identi- cal 5-1 performances in both leagues. By ramping past Wilson, 54-50, Friday, Bellarmine set the stage for the "big game" against Stadium (5-0) this Fri- day on the Tigers' home floor. Bellarmine also has the best season record of all Catholic clubs with a 12-2 mark and could easily be highly ranked this week in the state polls. MEANWHILE, St. Martin's,. win-less from the beginning, won its first game this season with a 56-47 score over Turn- water. The Thunderbirds earl- ier had beaten the Rangers, 42-31. Paced by Hugh Antonson and Don Eilers, St. Martin's over came a 24-22 halftime deficit to give the Benedictine school the needed victory. Victories do not come eas- ily to 0'Dea this year but when they do the Irish are happy. The lrish's fourth win came at the expense of the Northwest League's visiting Sedro-Woolley. Rick Mathews scored 25 in the triumph. Recaps of latest games: "GOOD" FRIDAY RESULTS ST, MARTIN'S 56, Tnmwater 47. High for the Rangers: Hugh Antoosoo, 21, and Don NCA at a glance W L Pct. GBL* Bellarmlne ................ 5 1 .833 ...... Seattle Prep ............ 2 2 300 2 Blanchet .................. 2 2 300 2 O'Dea ...................... 0 3 .000 31/z *Games Behind Leader. On the agenda FEBRUARY 9--Bellarmine at Stadium, Tacoma city series: Everett at Blanchet. Western Conference: Seattle Prep at Wen- atchee, WC; and Elma at St. Martin's, Central west division. FEBRUARY 11---O'Dea vs. Port rown. send at Civic Ice Arena for prelim to Seattle U-Goneaga game, 12:30 p.m., non- conference. FEBRUARY 13--0'Dea at Blanehet, NCA, tournament parochial series; St. Martin's at Montesane, CL west. FEBRUARY 15--Bellarmlne vs. Mount Tahoma at University of Puget Sound, Ta- coma city series. FEBRUARY 16---Blanchet at Cascade in EvereU, WC; Everett at Seattle Prep. WC; St. Martin's at Chehalis, CL west, FEBRUARY 17--Bellingham at Blan- chat, WC; O'Dea at Tahoma, non-confer- ence; and Cascade at Seattle Prep. Eilers, 18; for the Thunder- birds: Duane Cordlner, 16, Bill Curtes, 15. Halftime: 24- 22, Tumwater. Central League west division at St. Martin's. O'DEA 59, Sedro Woolley 56. High for the Irish: Rick Mathews, 25, and Carl Jacob- son, 10; for the Cubs: Dick Norris, 10. Halftime: 31-24, 0 ' D e a. Non-conference at Seattle U. BELLARMINE 64, Wilson 50. High for the Lions: Don Rowland, 26, and Frank Za- wislak, 16; for the Rams: Aden Dahline, 11, and Jack Skaanes, 10. Halftime: 26-21, Bellarmine. Tacoma city se- ries at Bellarmine. SATURDAY'S FEUD BLANCHET 61, SEATTLE PREP 48. High for the Braves: Tom Workman, 18, Jim Miller, 17, and Mike Acres, 12; for the Panthers: Mike McChesney, 19, end Joe Shephard, 13. Halftime: 28-27, Blanchet. NCA, West- ern Conference and tourna- ment parochial series at Se- attle U. Rochester 68, ST. MARTIN'S 22. High for ,the Warriors: John Anglewood, 21, and Don Fosnacht, 13; for the Rang- ers: Antonson, 6, and Dick Spencer, 6. Halftime: 21-4, Rochester. Non-conference at Rochester. MONDAY'S SQUABBLE BELLARMINE 58, SEATTLE PREP 52. High fbr the Lions: Zawislak, 17, Rowland, 16, and Ron Modred, 14; for the Panthers: McChesney, 21 and Shephard, 12. Halftime: 29-21, Bellarmine. NCA at Prep. TUESDAY'S BATTLE BLANCHET 79, O'DEA 48. High for the Braves: Work- man, 17, Don Lecher, 12, Mil- ler, 11, and Jim Jordan, 10; for the Irish: Matthews, 13. Jacobson, 13, and Steve Deutsch, 11. Halftime: 31-22, Blanchet. NCA tournament series at Seattle U. OeDea shares collegiate focus at Ice Arena The first known Catholic high school basketball game, serving as a preliminary to a collegiate contest in Seat- tle, is in the offing to both O'Dea and Seattle U fans when the Irish play hosts to the Port Townsend Redskins this Sunday in the Civic Ice Arena. The high school affair will open the Chieftain-Gonzaga University feature with the Irish and Redskins tipping the ball at 12:30 p.m. SU-Gonzogo tilt is onother 'wing-dinger' Four losses i,n a row for the Seattle University Chieftains -- at 1 e a s t, that's the way it was up to Thursday night. The outcome of the Chief- tain-Montana S t a t e College game remained doubtful as of this writing after the past SU performances. W i t n e s s the accompanying season recap. Which all goes to show that a wingding of a battle looms this Sunday in the Civic Ice Arena when arch- rival G o n z a g a University Bulldogs go against SU at 2:30 p.m. The 0'Dea High School Irish provide the prelim at 12:30 Tourney is slipping from view from SU SEASON: 10 WINS, 8 LOSSES (Home games In capital letters) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF 72 W. TEXAS STATE 53 Miles, 24 69 IDAHO .................. 68 Miles, 19 76 iDAHO STATE .... 64 Butler, 21 66 Houston* .............. 63 Miles, 21 78 St. Mary's* ........ 68 Miles, 22 Sl Bowlins Green**.... 70 Shsules, 13 Dunstn, 13 54 Texas A &M** ...... 71 Miles, 15 75 Texas- Christian**.. 62 Dunstn, 29 97 TENN. STATE***..IO1 Miles, 24 58 Portions ............... 52 Miles, 26 73 Wash State .......... S8 Miles, 24 65 Gonzaga ................ 67 Miles, 28 83 PEPPERDINE ......... Miles, 25 74 Pepperdine ............ 59 Miles, 31 65 Oregon .................. 71 Dunstn, 22 72 Oregon State****.. 82 Dunstn, 18 65 PORTLAND .......... S7 Miles, 27 68 idaho State .......... 74 Miles, 22 p.m in an encounter with Port 1,27"---'1 18-game totals..l,22"-'6 Townsend. NEXT--Gonzaga University February 11, THEN COME next Friday, Oregon State University February 16 and it's the "other big one," the Montana State College February 17, all games in Seattle. Oregon State rematch, fol- *City of Roses Tournament in Portland. **All-College Teurnsment in Oklahoma ]owed on the 17th by the city. appearance of Oregon. ***Over-time. **Doub]e 0vet-time. The Chiefs aren't forgetting the 67-65 squeeze play turned .... - ..... in by Gonzaga in Spokane last month. Nor are they the dou- Marian Award ble overtime loss to OSU plus the humiliation by Oregon. workshop is These will be great games scheduled to watch, including the 0'Den prelim this Sunday. A workshop for M a r i a n Award leaders will be held r from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Mon- day, Feb. 19, in St. James Ca- St. Martin's College thedral Rectory. basketball progress The workshop is being spon- sored by the Archdiocesan SEASON: 3 WINS, 14 LOSSES (Home games In capital letters) 59 LINFIELD . .............. .' ................. . 77 53 CENTRAL WASHINGTQN .......... 87 $4 CENTRAL WASHINGTON ............ 74 95 Eastern Washington 61 59 Weste,n Washington. ................... 75 .51 Linfteld ; ...................................... 73 41 ,Central Washington .................... 79 80 Oregon Collar of Ed ..... ........ 70 49 0rego, College of Ed ............... 64 49 Western Washington ................ 58 4a. SEATTLE PACIFIC ...................... 89 T7 U. of ALASI(4 ............................ 68 55 U. of ALASKA* ............................ 91 65 PASADENA .................................. 69 60 WESTMONT .................................. 81 SS U. of Hritlsh Columbia .............. 71 MICHAEL ANITA McDONALD PEZANOWSKI Tacoma youths are cied Two teen club members from Tacoma's Visitation P a r i s h Monday were honored as CYO Teen-Agars of the Month by the Carroll Club. They are Anita Marie Pez- anowski, 16, and Michael Mc- Donald, 17. Both will be among the 24 teen-agars, vying for the $500 scholarship CYO Teen- agers of the Year program at Thursday's CYO Dinner. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pezanowski, 6239 S. Pine St. Tacoma, Anita is a St. Leg's High School junior An honor student, she is the Archdiocesan C Y O treasurer and western d e a n e r y social chairman. A senior at St. Martin's High School, Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Mc- Donald, 5514 S. Puget Sound, Tacoma. Teen Club president and St. Martin's student body vice president, he was also chosen the school's Boy of the Month. Marian w a r d Committee, which i: preparing for its CYO leaders fourth Marian Award Sunday presentations in November. All award candidates must register with the CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N., in Seattle no later than March 25, ac- cording to Mrs. Celeste New- man. archdiocesan chairman. Candidates must be Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls or Junior Catholic Daughters of will be honored at dinner (Continued from Page 1) and Carol Corrigan, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattle. June--David Schreiber, St. b'7 O. Of British Columbia. ............. 77 America: 12 years old or in i.1--03 17-0ame totals ...................... 1.30---8 the seventh grade. nr.XT--Nqthwest Nazarene College Feb- One hundred and twenty-five ruary 9 at Olymnia High SchPol and Feb. girls from the Archdiocese rusty 10 (Hnmecemln lame) at North Turstan High, Univc:slty of Portland have received the award in bruary 1:3 in Vancouver and Seattle three years. Mrs. Newman Pacific CollotJe February 16 in Seattle. said. Everett teens will hold CYO district rally EVERETT-- A district-wide rally for teen-agars will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, i.n Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Hall by the newly-formed CYO Everett district. The Rev. Donald Piro of Seattle 'ill be principal speak- er. Others participating in the program will be Rev. Gerald Moffat, adchdiocesan CYO di- rector, and J. Gordon Hamil- ton, CYO executive director. Registration is $3 per teen club. "The purpose of this rally," said Rev. Richard Gallagher of Perpetual Help, district priest director, "is to stimu- late interest and enthusiasm , the CYO, to congregate to ee for ourlves the strength an'] the ;'0tentiality of the CYO inthis area, to present a district calendar of evoats and to discuss programming and activities. A social hour will be held after the hour-long rally. "We expect adult advisors, officers and selected CYO teen club members to at- tend," Father Gallagher said. Holy Name bowling ANNUNCIATION DISTRICT INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES --Hen r y (Hank) Claeys, St. George's A's, 257: Dora Mastro, St. Bernadette's A's. and Dick Carey, St: Francis B's of Assisi B's. 245: Mastro. (3) 582: Nick Florlto, St. George's A's, (3) 581. TEAM IIIGH SCORES--St. An- thony's, 958, (3) 2567; St. George's A's, 924; St. Edward's C's, (3) 2624. Matthew's, and Katherine Kirschner, St. John's Seattle. July--Laverne White and Kay Burningham, both of Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle. August--R o b e r t Ramseth, St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst and Patricia Lambrecht, St. Paul's Seattle. September-- Gerald Farley, St. Brendan's, Bothell, and Catherine Buck, St. Monica's, Mercer Island. October--George Sanders, St. Joseph's Ferndale, and Kath- leon Reilly, Immaculate Con- ception. Everett. November.Gordon Wingard, Holy Cross. and Judith Ates, Holy Rosary, Tacoma. December--Karen Ryan, St. Michael's Olympia. and James Anshutz, St. Mary's Kelso. January--John Shadoff, Im- maculate Conception, Everett. and Mary Mcllraith, Immacu- late Conception, Mount Vernon. February -- Michael McDon- ald and Anita Pezanowski, both of Visitation. Tacoma. Presentation of the teen- agers of the year award will be made for the seventh con- secutive time. But it will be only the fourth time for the Carroll Club's Civic Youth Service Award. The first recipient was the Seattle Park Board. followed in turn by the King County Ad Altare Dei Cross for 89 Scouts Eighty-nine Boy Scouts from six cities in the central and northern deaneries will receive this Sunday in St. James Ca- thedral from the Most Rever- end Thomas A. Connolly, Arch- bishop of Seattle, the Ad Altare Dei Cross -- the highest recog- nition which the Church gives to a Scout for advancement in the spiritual content of the Scouting program. The ceremonies will highlight the 14th annual Scout Reverent Observance Sunday in the cen- tral and northern deaneries and climaxing the 52nd anni- versary week of the Boy Scouts of America. The figure, 89, brings the 1962 total number of Ad Al- tars Dei recipients in the Archdiocese to 144. Fifty- three Scouts last Sunday re- ceived the national award in St. Patrick's Church in Ta- coma at ceremonies for the western and southern dean- eries. Another highlight to Sunday's ceremony, starting at 3 p.m., will be the presentation of the St. George Award to an adult Scout leader for outstanding contribution to the spiritual de- velopment of Catholic youth through Scouting. The Rev. Gerald Moffat, arch- diocesan CYO director, will give the special sermon. WITNESSING the c o 1 o r f u l ceremony will be parents of candidates, Cub Scouts, Explor- er Scouts, other Scouts and members of the sponsoring cen- t r a I deanery's Archdiocesan Catholic Committee on Scout- ing. Also participating in the rites will be the Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree honor guard of James Shields General As- sembly. The program will be pre- ceded at 2:30 p.m. by a pa- rade to start from the K of C Hall at 722 E. Union St., according to Joseph J. Trzes- niowski, deanery committee chairman. Trzesniowski is being as- sisted by J. Gordon Hamilton, CYO executive director; Paul :::: ;::::;:::: : :::" :: " i:: : : These 53 Scouts have every reason to be proud FIFTY-THREE Boy Scouts had every reason to be proud Sunday after receiving the coveted Ad Altare Dei Cross from the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, in St. Patrick's Church in Tacoma. These Scouts hail from the western and southern deaneries and from Port Angeles. Receiving the St. George Medal, given to an adult Scout leader for outstanding contribution to the spiritual development of Catholic youth through Scouting, was James Millard, Scoutmaster from St. Gabriel's Parish in Port Orchard. Shown above with the boys and the Bishop are Rev. Joseph Marquart (to the Bishop's right) of St. Luke's Parish, Seattle, archdiocesan Scout chaplain; Rev. Gerald Lovett of St. James Cathedral, who gave the sermon; and Millard. A native of Sparta, Wis., Millard, 48, has been in Scouting and in the western deanery's Archdiocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting for five years. Millard is also active in Scouting Council activities and is employed by Arden Farms. He lives with his wife and three younger children at Rt. 3, Box 108. His oldest son, an Ad Altare Dei winner, is in the Air Force. Fisher, Victor Smith, James Charles, Andy Morrison, Ivan Rosenberry, Ken Eblen and Walter S. Acheson, the latter the Fourth Degree marshall who is also Carroll Club presi- dent. Receiving the Ad Altare Dei Award--a bronze cross, 'sus- pended from a ribbon in papal and national colors--will be: Central deanery CENTRAL DISTRICT St. James Cathedral -- Frank Ayeo, Richard Dubbelaar, Paul Egan, Timothy Egan, Douglas Jacobs, Stephen Mayeda. Our Lady of Fatima -- John Henderson, J a m e s Hoover, Thomas Neupert. St. Anne's -- David Benson, Loren Gerhard, David Shelley, Joseph Tougas, Timothy Tougas, Paul Tourigny. NORTH DISTRICT Assamption -- Thomas Boivin, Thomas Dwyer, David Fox, Michael Jameson, Richard Slye, Steven Well. Blessed Sacrament -- Jeffrey Jones. Christ the King--Paul Majkut, Matthew Satter. Oar Lady of tile Lake---Robert Guenser, Gerald Guenser, John Keeling, Michael Naylor, Mich- ael Stratton. St Benedict's -- Thomas Ber- selli, Eugene Eagle, James Eagle, Stephen Kingsbury, William Montero. St. John's -- Robert Dooley, Gregory Haughin, Robert Hen- derson, Thomas Murray, James Rosetti, Gary Schaeffer. St. Luke's -- William Bradley, John Charles, Thomas Eastman, Michael Foster, Eric Lind, Pat- rick Low, John McDonald, Mich- ael McDonald, Richard Mosman, Thomas Nesbit, Joseph Phair, Robert Stockinger. John Wiedl. St. Mark's--David Maple. St. Matthew's -- Nell Clarey, Vernon Elder. SOUTH DISTRICT Holy Rosary -- Jeffrey Feser. Our Lady of Guadalnpe -- James Benedict, Bruce Droppel- man, Martin Larsen, Robert Orth, Lawrence Placek, Richard Sessions. St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst --- Joseph Balsch, Peter Bova, Jefrey Brain, John Eckalbar, Robert Gauvreau, James Hughes, Michael Sellinvanoff, Gregory Slye. EAST DISTRICT Holy Family, Kirkland -- Charles Baunsgard, Douglas Du- rand, Roger Grange, Butt Hall, Eugene Mack, Alfred Nlemiec, Patrick Nooney, John O'Neill, Michael Ulrich, Daniel Wolfrom. Sacred Heart, Bellevue -- Thomas Farley. St. Anthony's, Renton -- John Waldemarson. St. Louise, Bellevue -- John David. Northern Deanery BELLINGHAI DISTRICT Immaculate Conception, Mount Vernon--Charles Carroll, James Glaccum. Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sedro Woolley--Mlehael Lazzari. EVERETT DISTRICT Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett -- John Wertman. CYO HOOP SCOREBOARD: Girls will decide who's 'boss' JERRY JIM JIMMY DONALD GRISWOLD HENDERSON MURRAY PARDA Four at St. John's will become Eagle Scouts A double celebration will be observed by St. John's Boy Scout Troop and Cub Pack next Monday in the parish hall. The occasion: the 25th anniversary of Scouting in the parish and the second Eagle Court of Honor in the parish's history. Eagle Scout recipients are Jerry Griswold, Jim Henderson, Jimmy Murray and Donald Parda. Also tn be honored will be former Seontmasters, Cubmasters and troop and pack charter members. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griswold, 521 N. 71st St., Jerry, 14, is the troop's first aid merit badge instructor. He is a member of St. John's CYO Aquilean Teen Club. Jerry joined the Scouts in Spokane. The troop's instructor for campcraft and conservation merit badges, Jim Henderson, 15, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson, 612 N.W. 87th St. John Henderson is the Scoutmaster. Jim is also a member of the Order of the Arrow and patrol leader of the senior patrol. THE OWNER of the by-line which has appeared frequently in The Progress during the CYO baseball and camping seasons, Jimmy Murray, 15, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray, 1117 N. 77th St. His mother, known to thousands of pampers as "Miss Bette," is the CYO's girls' camp director. Jimmy, who had published his own newspaper when he was in the fourth through eighth grade, is junior assistant Scoutmaster. He is also a mem- ber of the parish teen club and the Order of the Arrow. These three boys are all freshmen at Blanchet High School. The other honoree, a junior assistant Scoutmaster, is Don- ald Parda, 15, a Blanchet sophomore. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Vatsek Parda. 515 N. 76th St., Donald belongs to the school's honor society and is a member of the teen club. Don spends time selling greeting cards and gift items. All of the Eagle Scout winners are holders of the Ad Altare Dei Medal and are also altar boys. Committee chairman for the parish Scouts is Harry Miles. Sheriff's Department and by the State Parks and Recrea- tion Commission. AMONG THE dignitaries at the head table will be the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle; Very Rev. Albert A. Lemieux, S.J., president of Seattle Uni- versity: Roy. Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CYO director; State Attorney General John J. O'Connell. Seattle City Council- man Charles M. Carroll, King County Sheriff Tim McCuliough, Seattle Police Chief Frank C. Ramon, W. J. Pennington of the Seattle-King County United G o o d Neighbors, George Mayors of Chief Seattle Coun- cil, Boy Scouts of America; Miss Charlotte I-lartman of the Girls Scouts of America, Mrs. Helen Boyd of the Camp Fire Girls, John Fitzsimmons, presi- dent of the CYO Seattle-King County Board of Directors; Walter S. Aches0n, president of the Carroll Club; other clerical officials of the Arch- diocese and CYO priest direc- tors and leaders in the Arch- diocese. Gene A. Ford of the Seat- tle U Development Office will be master of ceremonies. Dr. Ardon S. Weibel, immediate past president of the Carroll Club, is general chairman. The prime rib dinner will be held this year on a first-come first-served basis. Holy Name bowling VISITATION DISTRICT INDIVIDUAL HIGII SCORES -- Maury Helman, Christ the King No. 2, 222; Jim Molloy, St. Catherine's No. 1, 213; 'Dick Craig, St. Benedict's No. 1, 590; Herb Sherburne, St. Benedict's No. 1, (3) 582. TEAM HIGH SCORES--Christ the King No. 1, 977, (3) 2776; St. Lake's, 957; St. Benedict's No. 2, (3) 2772. Buy a World's Fair Booster Button from a CY0 salesman during these next few weeks. Cost, $1. You will meet these salesmen everywhere. Be a supporter of the World's Fair through this CYO Button drive. Meet the CYO cadette royalty: Reigning in the north is St. Catherine's, in the cen- tral, Blessed Sacrament, and in the south, St. Francis of Assisi. These queens will have a bas- ketball battle royal on the court this Saturday and Sun- day at Seattle Prep to deter- mine the empress of the cen- tral deanery. Both opening games will start at 1 p.m. both days. St. Catherine's, coached by Mrs. Naomi Engler, will play Mrs. Esther Green's Blessed Sacrament Saturday while St. Francis of Assisi draws a bye and watches the fun. Winner of the Saturday con- test meets the perennially- strong Seahurst five, coached by Mrs. Evelyn Sevruk, for the deanery crown. Presentation of the trophy will be made immediately af- ter the contest, announced Mrs. Ruth Divine, CYO assist- ant athletic director. Seattle linescores SPARTANETTES Lady of the Lake 15, Assnmp- tion 8. St. Benedict 33, St. Margaret I9. Christ the King lt, St. Pills 10 (overtime). CADETTES St. Francis 31, Holy Ftmily 5. St. Anthony 33, Cathedral 16. Sacred lIeart (B.) 50, Lady of ],ourdes 4. Blessed Sucrament 29, St. Bees- dirt 15. Lady of Fatima 27. St. Margaret 26 (overtime). Christ the King 31, St. John 21. St. Joseph 15, Assamption 4. St. Catherine 30, St. John 21. Christ the King 30, Lady of the Lake 21. MIDGETS St. Edward 21, Sacred Heart (B.) 10. St. Anthony 35, Lady of Loardes I0. Sl. l'aul ')5~., St. George 16. Sl. Edward 16, St. George 14. St. Anthony 22, St. Paul 1I. Sacred Heart (B.) 32, Imdy of Lourdes 11. St. Matthew IS, Socrcd lleart Villa I 1. Lady of Lake 27, Blessed Sac- rament 19. Assumption 18, Si.. Catherine B's 12. St. AIphonsns 22, Christ rise King 10. St r. 5Iark 22. St. 1,ake iL St. John i7, St. Pies 16. St. Joseph 61}, St. Benedict 6.' Sl. Catherine A's 15, Cathedral 6. I,ady of Futlma 19, St Anne 12. St. Teresa 9, Holy Family 7. SPARTANS St. Joseph 28, St, Bernadette [l. St. l,'raoeis 21, St. George 10. St. Benedict 22, St, Margaret 2l. Sacred llcart (B.) 45, St. Monica 15. St. Matthew 31). St. Luke R's 13. St. John 39, Sacred Heart Vilht 35. St. Alphonsus 28, St. Luke A's 15. Assumption 26, laldy of the Lake !,I. SI. Calherioe 45, Ch,'it the King 28. Assumptiou 20, Sacred H e a r t Villa 12. St. John 19, St. Luke B's 15. CADETS St. Alphoesns 34, St. Benedict 15. RE-ELECT ceence r. Massart "A good maa to KEEP or, the City Council" Position No. 1 tPaid Advnrtisement) St. John 27, St, Margaret 23. Christ the King 19, Lardy of Fa- tima 17. St. Luke 38, St. Anne 16, Lady of the Lake 24, Blessed Sacramcnt 19. Assumption 27 St. Matthew 14. Sacred Heart Villa 45, St. Plus 21. St. Mark 28, St. Catherine 18. St. Edward 29, St. Teresa 22. Sacred Heart Whites (B.) 41. Mr. Virgin 26. St. Francis 40, Sacred Heart Reds (B.) 11. Lady of Lourdes 23, Holy Ros- ary 17. St nthony 29, St. George 19. Brlscoe 39, Holy Ftmily 32. SOPHOMORES St. Joseph 33, St. Louise 17. Iloly Rosary 31, Assumption 27. Cathedral 34, St. Luke 22. St. Anthony 26, Lady of the Lake 23. SENIORS St. Anthony 32, St. Paul 25. St. Francis 27, St. Monica I6. Holy 1rosary A's 40, Immaculate 28. Lady of Guadalupe 37, Holy Rosary B's 31 (triple over- time). St. Catherine 44, Assumption 34. St. Joseph 52, St. Catherine 49. St. Margaret 28, St. Benedict 26. Assnmption 49, St. Luke 25, Christ the King 22, St. John 1. St. Teresa 44, Lady of the Lake 16. Girls will have hoop tourney at Christ the Kinq A cadette invitational basket- ball tournament will be spon- sored by Christ the King Ath- letic Association Friday to Sun- day, Feb. 16-18, in the parish gym. Invited will be girls' teams from the CYO northern division and champions of the southern and central divisions, according to Mrs. Lee Lorraine, tourney director. Admission will be 25 cents at all games. Tip-off will be at 2 p.m. that Friday with Sunday finals at 2 o'clock. St. Luke's sets 'Cupid's Caper' "Cupid's Caper" will be the theme of a dance sponsored by St. Luke's CYO Teen Club this Saturday in the parish auditor- . ium, 175th and Dayton. Music from 8:30 to 11:30 will be by the Stags. Admission will be $1 stag and $1.75 drag. (Witt's liquid ve almost instant Maalt  r  ' IK.-a ,:i//:., SORE GUM J uewlws fiOTtOI. Tacoma linescores CADETTES St. Patrick Greens 17, St. Pat- rick B's 5. Sacred Heart B, All Saints 5. |Ioly Cross 20, St. Patrick B's 2. Holy Rosary 26, St. Leo 20. St. Ann 10. St. Patrick Whites 7. MIDGETS St. Leo 21, Holy Cross 9. St. Patrick Greens 21, St. Charles Borromeo 5. Sacred Heart 11, St. Patrick Whites 8. St. Ann 34, St. Patrick B's IL CADETS St. Patrick 29, St. Charles Bor- romeo 13. St. Leo 36, Holy Cross 3. Bellarmine Cubs 46, Holy Ros- ary 8. St. Iita 35, Visitation 26. Sacred Heart 25. St. Ann 22. All Saints 31, St. Frances Ca- brini 10. White Pass skiers' Masses are listed Sunday Masses will be said for skiers at 4:15 p.m. Feb- ruary 11 and 25, Merch 11 and 25 in the State Highway Build- ing. Knights of Columbus bowling SEATTLE COUNCIL W L St. Vincent de Paul ................ 20 4 Sterling Masonry ....................... 7 Hal's Motor Clinic ................ ].6 S Hoffner's Fisher-galfus .......... 16 8' Sunny Jim .............................. 15 9 Greenwood Market .................. 15 9 Jules Maes Two ...................... 13 11 Herr Lumber .......................... 11 13 Drummey's .............................. l0 14 Kaufer Company .................... 10 14 Industrial Transport ................ 10 14 Glennan & Smith .................. 10 14 Beacon Light .......................... 9 15 I(0rkowski Medosweet .............. 8 16 E & E Meats ........................ 7 17 Northwest Trophy & Supply .... 5 19 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES -- Rev. Robert Rebhahn, S.J., Greenwood Market, 258; Orlo Tucker, Herr Lumber, (3) 651. TEAM HIGH SCORE-.-Sanny Jim, 988, (3) 2750. 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