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m *I0THE PROGRESS Fr;day, Feb. 15, 1963 r Chieftain bench's new look A NEW look was produced Friday on the Seattle University Chieftain bench when Clair Markey took over the coaching role from Vince Cazzetta. Watching with intent as the Chiefs trounced Montana State University, 100-63, at the Civic Center Arena (from left) were Waverly Davis, 6-9 sophomore center from New York who was seriously burned last year; Jan Jacobsen, SU's new freshman coach, a former Seattle Prep star and an SU senior education major from Holy Rosary Parish; Markey; Claude Norris, long.tlme team trainer; and Dennis Brown, varsity manager. After a stellar career at Seattle Prep, Markey, 27, played under the SU coaching of Bill Fenton, AI Brightman, John Castellani and Caz- zetta. His best episode in a Chieftain uniform was his making 14 points in the second-half to spark the Chiefs to a win over Idaho State in the 1956 NCAA pro-regional playoffs. Recommended unanimously by the Chieftains themselves, Markey was appointed ad.interim coach until March 31. He lives with his wife, the former Toni De Paiva, and their two young sons in Sacred Heart Parish in Bellevue. (Progress Sports Photo by Charley HELL.) SU-Portland U game Sunday is Family Day Here comes one of the better days on the Seat- tle University basketball schedule at the Civi Center Arena. February 17th is the date. This Sunday after- noon. On the main event are the University of Portland Pi- lots-the arch-rivals of SU. Though owning an unimpres- sive 6-14 won-lost record, the Pilots battered the O r e g o n State University, 67-58, Friday in the Rose City before Terry Baker got back into the Bea- ver lineup Saturday for a 66-51 split. The ell-time SU.Portland se- ries, dating back to 194{; is 41-15 in favor of the Chiefs. But there is always blood in University of Pacific, 82-56, Sat- urday at the Arena. Jan Jacobsen, another Se- attle Prep star and an SU senior, will coach the SU Pa- ii1rI[ Still flying high 16 WINS, 4 LOSSES, .800 Pet. Home games In capital letters) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF 40 OREGON STATE $8 Miles, 17 85 IDAHO STATE .. 66 Miles, 37 t09 TENNESSEE ST. 117 Miles, 36 75 Dayton .......... 58 Miles, 23 76 Xavier .......... 74 Miles, 29 83 Loyola (Chicago). 93 Miles, 25 77 California f * ... 85 Miles, 33 85 Idaho t ......... 71 Williams, 23 75 Arlzonaf ......... 59 Miles, 19 103 MONTANA ST.. 79 Mffes, 30 59 Montana State ... 71 Miles, 14 79 Idaho State ...... 72 Vermillion, 22 58 Montana State U. 54 Miles, 20 OGOhlZAGA ...... 59 Miles, 24 64 LOYOLA (L.A.)., 45 Miles, 34 1 Loyola (L.A.) ... $3 Miles, 93 95 ST. MARY'S .... 63 Miles, 30 60 Oregon State .....  Miles, 23 100 MONT. ST. U .... 63 Tresvant, 93 82 U. of PACIFIC,. 55 Dunsten, 20 Miles, 20 these contests. 1617 2e-game SMote.-1857 Top performers for Portland  M are Steve Anstett, former Bel- NEXT--University of Portland Feb- ruary 17 tn Seattle, University of larmine High great and the Pi- lots' leading scorer; Cincinnat- us Powell and Jim Dortch. The varsity game will al- so mark the third for SU's new. coach-ad-interim. Clair Markey. The former Seattle Prep star and Chieftain, who rose from the fresh coaching bench to re- place Vince Cazzetta, made successful debuts as the Chiefs hammered Montana State Uni- versity, 100-63, Friday and the Idaho February 22 In Moscow and Gonzaga Unlvereity February 24 In Spokane. t mr wm Classic. " Overtime.. UI11IIIIIIIIlU Illllllllll]llll]llllllfft1111111glllllltlllalglllllllllllllllll nlllllllllll] HIIIIIII peases against Speed-e-Mart in the 12 noon Northwest League prelim. Game time for* the varsity contest is at 2 p.m. This February 17th game is Family Day. The entire family will be admitted for $2.50. The price is equivalent to one adult and one student price, says Ro- man Miller, SU ticket man- ager. That special price will admit the whole family, Mil- ler reiterated. And if some members of the family won't be able to go, the whole varsity contest can be seen live and direct through KOMO-TV cameras on Channel 4. Keith Jackson will handle the telecast. A new rebounding star will be watched closely along with the shooting of Eddie Miles, vho leads the country in field goal conversions and owns a 25-point average. He is John Tresvant, the 6-7 junior pivotman, who hauled in 40 rebounds against Mon- tana to break Elgin Baylor's mark of 38, set against Pa- cific Lutheran in 1958. Tresvant, who spent most of his time in the air Friday, also led all SU scorers with 26, fol- lowed by Miles with 20. Miles, missing practice all w e e k, played with his infected hand in a bandage. Ernie Dunston and Miles shared scoring honors the fol- lowing night against U of P, each with 20. Tresvant and Charlie Williams tied with 14 apiece. Blanches keeeps going , ...... The tail end of the Catholic high school bas- ketball season nears. But Blanches is still unde- feated and proudly owns a 16-game winning streak with undisputed first-place rights in the Northwest Catholic Associ- ation (4-0) and Western Confer- ence (7-0). The Braves got the first real scare of their lives this cam- paign when the Everett Sea- gulls almost pulled an upset Friday b e f o r e succumbing, 57-56, in the northern city. Tom Workman made 16- nine points off his usual pace --,but Jim Miller provided key baskets and 20 points to ease the Braves past Everett. Steve Bingham made the winning bucket with a minute and a half to go. Blanches hosts Cascade this Friday. Then it's up to Belling. ham Saturday. T h e Braves have two more exciting games, both at Seattle U. Seattle Prep (0-7) provides the opposition next Tuesday and O'Dea (8-7) next Thursday. Other games Friday are O'Dea at Bellarmine, Prep at Everett and Chehalis at St. Martin's. Bellarmine m e e t s Mount Tahoma at University of Puget Sound next Tuesday. Prep hosts Bellingham and St, Martin's travels to Ray- mond for its final game, all on Th}rtd:/'rriday scores saw Bellnrmlne losing to Stadium, 69-52; P r e p to Wenatchee, 53-45; and St. Martin's to Elma, 52-36. Bellarmine Tuesday lost to Wilson, 93-65. SMC'S Riehi tops nation's free throwers OLYMPIA The nation's small col- lege free throw leader is Gene Riehl of St. Mar- Sin's College. The senior forward, a two- year letterman from Poulsbo, is first in the National Asso- ciation of Intercollegiate Ath- letics free throw statistics with 48 completions on 54 attempts for a percentage of .889. He converted his 45th gift toss Friday against Northwest Nazarene College during the Redmen's two-night invasion of Nampa, Idaho. The Redmen lost Friday, 69-63. Buzz Green led SMC with 15 points and nine re- bounds. Also strong ou the boards with nine were Rick Eberhardt and $ohn Donald- son. Donaldson's 10 points paced SMC Saturday but the Redmen again toppled, 96-79. Donald- son also led in the rebounding department with 17. This Saturday's match against Seattle Pacific Col. lege at Olympia High School, will be the Homecoming game. Tip-off time is at 8 p.m. The Falcons have a 12-9 sea- son record. CYO pennant progress: Scoreboard Seattle results Girls' basketball SPARTANETTES Christ the King 15, St. Joseph 14. Sacred Heart (B) 26, Assumption IS. St. Catherine 21, St. Benedict 12. Lady of the Lake 20, Assumption 2. Lady of the Lake 13, Christ the King 1. Sacred Heart lB.) 37, St. Benedict 15. Christ the King 22, St. Catherine 10. CADE'I'rES Blessed Sacrament 33, St. Benedict 21. St. Anne 37, St. Margaret 36. St. JoSeph 16, Lady Of Fatima 5. Christ the King 19, Lady of the Lake 17. St, Catherine 26, St. Mark 8. St. Plus 8, St. Luke 4. St. Francis 19, Holy Family 15. St. Anthony 15, St. Bernadette 10. Sacred Heart (B) tg, Lady of Lourdes 9. St. Anthony 37, Holy Family 10. Sacred Heart (B) 25, St. Bernadette 13. .Lady of Lourdes 12, St. Francis 5. St. Teresa 31, St. Margaret 12. Lady of Fatima 30, St. Anne 15. Blessed Sacrament 26, St. Anne 19. St. Teresa 27, St. Benedict 9. Lady of Fatima 9, St. Margaret 5. Christ the King 19, St. Plus 16. St. Mark 18, St. Luke t4. Lady of the Lake 13, Assumption 11. Boys' basketball BAMS St. Matthew 10, Blessed Sacrament 12. St. Catherine (A) 22, St. Mark 20. Sacred Heart 22;, St. John 7. St. Anthony 39, St. Catherine (B) 15. Assumption 27, St. Joseph 19. St. Mark 20, Biassed Sacrament 10. Assumption 30, St. Catherine (A) 7. St. John 29, St. Manhew 16. St. JosePh 2t, St. Anthony 17. Sacred Heart 23, St. Catherine (B) 10. MIDGETS St. Matthew 28, St. Luke (A) 22. Christ tho King 13, St. Mark g. Lady of the Lake 27, St. Catherine 19. St. Joseph 23, St. Flus X 20. St Anthony 31, Sacred Heart (B) 14. Assumption 42, St. Louise 25. St. Teresa 24, St. Catherine (B) 19. Blessed Sacrament 22, St. Margaret 9. Lady of Fatica 39, St. Lake (B) S. St. John 25, St. Alphonses 20. Lady of Lourdes 19, St. Bernadeffe l& Sacred Heart Villa 20, St. Gnorge 17. Christ the King 22, St. Luke CA) 18. St. Catherine (A) 14, St. Plus X 12. Lady el the Lake 36, St. Matthew lS, St. Mark 12, St. Louise 11. Assumption 2e, Sacred Heart (BeD 22. St. Joseph 38, St. Turesa 27. St. Anthony 38, St. Catherine (B) 5. Blessed Sacrament 26, St, Anne 10. st. Margaret 22, St. Benedict 10. Lady of Fatima 2, St. John 27. St. Alphonsus 32, St. Luke (a} s. HOly Rosary 28, St. George 27 (overtime) Lady of Lourdes 26, Sacred Heart Villa 19. SPARTANS .St. Luke 27, St. Catherine 14. St. Matthew 34, St. George 19 Assumption 17, Christ the King t5. Sacred Heart 29; St. Francis 22. St. Joseph 49, St. Louise 11. St. John 64, st, Benedict 11. St. Joseph 46, St. Luke 41. Sacred Heart (S) 23, Lady of the Lake 21. St. Louise 24, St. Goorgo 23. St. Catherlno 29, St. Benedict 19. St. John 39, Christ the King 17. St. Francis 40, Assumption 34. CM)ETS St. Mark 40, St. Luke (A] 20. St. Plus X 38, Lady of the Lake 19. Assumption 51, St. Matthew 19. St, Catherine 51, Christ the King 47. Sacred Heart Whites 36, Mt. Virbln 27. St. Teresa 27, St. Monlca 23. St. Anthony 58, Holy Fumliy (K) 1:1. St. Joseph 37, Sacred Heart Villa :16. St. Anne 40, Sacred Heart Reds 28. St. Alphonsus 44, Cathedral 23. Blessed Sacrament 33, Lady of Fatima 22. St. Benedict over St. John (tarfelt) Briscoe 45, St. George 25. St. Bernadette 34, Lady at Lenrdes 20. Holy Rosary 40, St. Edward 19. St. Luke (A) 25, Lady of the Lake 21. St. Mark :13, St. Plus X 23. St. Matthew 43, St. Catherine 40. Assumption 37, Christ the King 20. Mount Virgin 42, St. Monlca 24. St. Benedict 34, St. Anne 20. St. Margaret 44, Sacred Heart Reds 1S, St. John 53, Lady of Fatima 20. Blessed Sacrament 44, Cathedral 35. arlscea 40, St. Edward 25. SOPHOMORES Holy Rosary 46, St. Catherine 29. St. Anthony 36, St. l"eresa 25. St. Francis 37, St. Luke 26. St. Edward 35, St. Louise 31. Assemi,tlen 27, St. Francis 20. Holy ROsary 39, St. Luke 32, St. Louise 21, St. Catherine 16. SENIORS St. Luke 44, St. Margaret 27. St. John 32, St. Catherine 2:1. Lady of the Lake 33, Blessed Sacra. meat 33. Lady of Fatima 29, Christ the King 19. St. JOseph 44, HOly Family (K) 26. St. Louise over St. Anthony (tarfeil) Assumptlen 61, St. Monlea 35. St. George 33, St. Benedict 30. St. Paul 51, St. Phllomena 26. Cathedral 67, H01y Family 32. Holy Rosary 40, St. Francis 20. St. Edward 37, Lady of Lourdes 23. St. John 39, St. Luke 37. St. Margaret 43, St. Catherine 37. Lady of the Lake 37, lady of Fatima 29. Biassed Sacrament 27, Christ the King 23. Holy FamUy (K) over St. Anthony (tar- felt), St. Joseph 77, St. Louise 17. St. Menica 44, St. Benedict 41. Assumption 49, St. George 28. Cathedral 4. St. Philomena 22. St. Paul 39, Holy Family 28. Holy Rosary 43, St. Edward 42. St. Francis $8, Lady of Lourdes 17. Sandings Seattle scene Girls' basketball CADETTES CENTRAL W L WL St. Teresa s o St. JoSeph 1 2 St. Benedict S I St, Margaret O 4 BI. Sacrament 3 1 St. Anne O 4 Fatima 2 2 Boys' basketball BANTAMS NORTH St Cash. A 3 1 St. Matthew 1:1 St. Mark 3 1 St. John 1 S BI. Sacrament 1 3 BANTAMS SOLrrH Assumption 4 S Sac. Heart A I 2 St. Joseph 4 o St. CaSh. S 0 4 St. Anthony 1 2 MIDGETS NORTH Lady Of Lake 5 1 St. Cath. A 3 S St. Matthew 4 2 Christ King 1 S St. Plus 3 3 St. LukeA 0 6 St. Mark 3 3 MIDGETS EAST St. Anthony 6 o St. Cath. a I 5 Sac. Heart B 5 1 St. Louise 1 5 Assumption 5 1 St. Teresa 1 5 St. Joseph 4 2 MIDGETS WEST st. Alphonsus 6 O BI. Sacrament 2 3 St. John 6 o St. Benedict 2 4 St. Margaret 3 3 St. Luke 1 4 Lady Fatima 3 3 st. Anne O i MIDGETS SOUTH St. Paul s 0 Lourdes 2 3 Holy Rosary 5 1 St. George 2 4 St. Bernadette 3 2 Suc. Ht. Villa 1 4 SPARTANS NORTH St. Catherine 6 0 Assumption I 4 St. Luke 5 2 Chrlstking I 5 St. Matthew 3 2 St. George 0 5 Lady of Lake 3 4 SPARTANS SOUTH Sac. Heart B 7 0 St. Francis 2 S St. John 6 1 St. Louisa 2 5 St. Joseph 5:1 St. Benedict 1 6 CADETS SOUTH St. Francis 6 O St. George 2 3 Holy Rosary 4 1 Briscae :1 4 St. Bnrnadette 4 2 Lourdes 1 4 St. Paul 2 3 Holy Family 1 4 St. Edward :1 4 CADETS EAST Sac. Ht. Wh. 5 O Sac. HI. Villa 3 2 Mt. Virgin $ I St. Teresa 2 3 St. Anthony 4 1 St. Moniea g 6 St. Joseph 3 2 Holy Fam. K O S CADETS WEST St. Alphonsas 5 1 Cathedral 2 4 BI. Sacrament 5 1 Lady Fatima 2 4 St. John 5 1 St. Anne 1 6 St. Margaret 5 2 Sac. He. Reds 0 6 St. Benedict 3 3 CADETS NORTH Assumption 6 O St. Mark 2 3 St. Plus 4 2 St. Luke A 2 4 Lady of Lake 3 3 St. Catherine 1 S St. Matthew 3 2 Christ King ! S SOPHOMORES Assumption 6 O St. Terasn 1 1 St. Anthony 4 O St. Edward I :1 St. Joseph 3 1 St. Francis 1 3 St. Louisa 2 3 St. Catherine 1 4 Holy Rosary 2 4 St. Luke 1 4 SENIORS NORTH Lady of Lake 6 0 Christ King 3 3 Be. Sacrament $ 1 St. Margaret 2 4 St. John 4 2 Lady Fatima 1 5 St. Catherine 3 3 St. Luke 0 6 SENIORS EAST Assumption S O St. Benedict 3 2 St. Joseph S 1 St. MOniea 2 3 HolyFam. g 4 2 St. Anthony 1 s St. George 3 1 St. Louise O 6 SENIORS SOUTH Holy Family 5 1 St. Francis 3 3 St. Paul 5 1 St. Philomena 2 4 Holy Rosary 4 2 St. Edward 1 S Cathedral 4 2 kourdes 0 6 win Eagle Scou awards JAMES DANIEL WILEY GILMAN CENTRALIA-- Three Boy Scouts, all mem- bers of St. Mary's Parish, Fri- day received their Eagle Scout Awards in a court of honor at American Legion Hall. Members of Grant Hedge American Legion Post Troop, all are Ad A1- tare Dee Medal recipients, the latest being Michael Cun- ningham, who won his in the February 3rd ceremonies in Tacoma. Recipients are Michael MICHAEL Cunningham, CUNNINGHAM 15, son of Judge and Mrs. Dorwin J. Cunningham; James Wiley, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wiley; and Daniel Gil- man, 15. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Gilman. All began their Scouting ca- reer with St. Mary's Cub Scout Pack. FOR Gall Gordon, Barney HYde are Teens of Year; Boeing UGN c The cup runneth over :;..:::::: /i::i::iiii:: Thursday n i g h t at the "!ili!i s e v e n t h C Y O Annual ::ii! Dinner in the Civic Center Ex- :iii hibition Hall. Here are the top award win- ners: CYO Teen-Agers of the Year --Gall Gordon, 17, of St. Fran- cis of Assisi CYO Teen Club and Bernard (Barney) Hyde Jr., 17, of Our Lady of the Lake CYO Teen Club, both of Seattle. Carroll Club Civic Service Award -- the Good Neighbor dii::i::iiiiii:.:i::!::f!!:;! :: Fund of the Boeing Employees of Seattle Area Divisions. Pro Dee et Juvenetute Na- tional Award- Mrs Kenneth (Julia) Coriell of Tacoma, J. Everett Quinlivan of Bremerton and Mrs. R i e h a r d (Esther) German, Mrs. P h i I i p (Gall) Arena, Mrs. Westley (Relta) Gray and E d m u n d (Eddie) Craggs, all of Seattle. Another highlight was the pre- sentation of the citation and plaque to Peter R. Kesling, named in December the Catho- lic Youth of the Year. The citation was read by Rt. REV. Monsignor Frederick J. Steven- son, national CYO director with the presentation by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle. On hand at this testimonial dinner, honoring adult youth leaders from throughout the Archdiocese were 1,640 persons --give or take a few heads. It was an overflow attendance and among the happiest people pres- ent were members of the Car- roll Club which annually spon- sors the whole show. And now the recaps: THE CYO GIRL of the Year is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Gordon, 14610 25th Ave. S.W. Vice president of her parish teen club, Gall served last year as south district social chairman. Maintaining a high scholastic record, she is a sen- GAlL GORDON St. Francis of Assisi ior at Holy Rosary High. Gail is also active in school activi- ties, Camp Fire, Horizon Club and Junior Achievement. Last December, she was the first princess in the CYO Christ- mas Ball. HOLDING A 3.5 scholastic mark at Seattle Prep, Barney also excelled on the gridiron for the Panthers. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hyde, 4215 N.E. 94th St., Barney has been with the CYO for seven years, highlighted by service as archdiocesan vice president and parish teen club president. The CYO Teen Boy of the Year is a senior. The Boeing Employees UGN was cited by the Carroll Club for 'drawing a blueprint for youth of the dignity of labor and the nobility of the work- man, for building an aircraft nf generosity and sacrifice to- wards youth in need, and for igniting a jEt stream of aid and inspiration for the future leaders of the Northwest and the nation." The presentation was ac- BARNEY HYDE Our Lady of the Lake cepted by John Fookes, presi- dent of the UGN organization which through the years had given substantial financial as- sistance to the CYO. THE PRO DEOet Juventu- tute winners were chosen because of their contribution of l0 years of service to youth under the banner of the CYO. Mrs. Coriell h a s provided transportation, organized Holy Hours and social events for youths in her St. Frances Cabrini Parish in Tacoma. She is also active in the Catholic Daughters of America. Quinlivan, a Naval electronics technician, is president of the western deanery adult advisors. Former archdiocesan adult ad- visor,] vice president, he has been active in the Boy Scouts in Bremerton for five years and in Our Lady Star of the Sea Teen Club. Craggs is not a Catholic and does not live on Queen Anne Hill. But for the last 10 years he has served as St: Anne's CYO soccer eoaeh, producing several city and state eham- JOHN FOOKES Boeing UGN plonship outfits and this year coaching t h e Archdiocesan CYO Soccer All.Stars. Prior to coaching at St. Anne's, he piloted St. Benedict's teams for two years. Mrs. German, now a St. Pat- rick's parishioner, left behi her at Blessed Sacrament a long list of CYO achievements. Presently CYO tennis commis. sioner, she bas coached girls' sports, served as a staffer at the CYO camps and has been active in Cub Scouts, Camp Fire Girls and CYO teen club affairs. Mrs. Arena has been the backbone of Assumption's Bene- diction Club. On the deanery level, she has also assisted in the Madonna Festival and Pas- sion Play and has worked with Girl Scouts for more than nine years. Mrs. Gray is synonymous with St. John's Aquilean Club, serving the last four years as its chief advisor. She is also secretary of the central dean- ery CYO adult advisory coun- cil. Scouting's St. George Medal is given with Ad Altare De/Cross FORTY-FOUR Boy Scouts from the central and northern deaneries received the Ad Altare Dee Award Sunday in St. James Cathedral from the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle. Shown with the recipients are Bishop Gill; Father Raymond Hef- leman of St. Philomena's in Des Moines; Father George Rink of St.' Matthew's; George K. Mayors, Chief Seattle Council Scout executive; Maurice (Moo) Elbert of the CYO; and 1963 St. George Medal winners AlbErt R. Rice (to the Bishop's right) and Kenneth P. ELlen (to Father Rink's left). The St. George Medal ig given to Scout leaders giving outstanding spiritual and material service to the movement. Both men are 50 and have been in Scouting for more than 15 years. Rice, St. Bernadette's Scoutmaster, is the father of 14 children, including a daughter in the Maryknoll novitate. His service also included 19 years as Scoutmaster at Holy Family. He lives with his wife and 11 remaining children at 608 S.W. 118th St. One of the Cath- olic Committee on Scouting's stalwarts, Eblen has served as Scoutmaster in Livingston, Mont., then at St. Joseph's, St. Anne's and now as institutional representative at Holy Family. Among his contributions has been his invaluable as- sistance at the Archdiocesan Scout Conferences and Scout. crees. His son, James ELlen, a major seminarian, is now at Rome's North American College. Eblen lives wtih his wife at 9452 18th Ave. S.W. One younges as Eagle Scou An eighth grader, considered the youngest to receive the Eagle Scout award from St. John's School, was the re- cipient of that high honor Monday in the parish church. He is Dick Dickerson, 14, son or Mr. aod Mrs. Donald G. Dickerson, 7618 8th Ave. N.W. DICK Previous to DICKERSON the Eagle Court of Honor, he was among 44 who Sunday received the Ad Altare Dee Cross in St. James Cathedral. Dick is assistant senior pa- trol leader and an active mem- ber of the Order of the Ar- row. His other extracurricular activites include CYO flag foothall, school safety patrol and a daily paper route. Be sure to keep up with the latest in CYO news. Read The Progress each week. Your best bet for sports and CYO news of significance is in The Progress. I A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Call: JERRY HENTSCHELL .... EM 3.6110 Momaor of St, Cofhnrine's Parish Res., LA S.$956 "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 117th and Bothell Way SEATTLE II Holy Name bowling ANNUNCIATION DISTRICT SECTION A W L TP St. Frn,cls B's ........ 40 23 $10S3 St. Anthony's .......... 39 24 53110 St. Edward B'$ ........ 37 26 34042 St. Thomas ............ :13 30 50407 Holy Rosary .......... 3:1 31 48480 St. George A's ........ 31, 31Vz 51407 St. Paul A's ........... 30 33 46118 SI. Peter's ............ 26'/s 36Vz 49579 St. Paul C's ........... 23 40 47479 St. Francis A's ........ 23 40 47321 HIGH SEASON AVERAGES--Joe Dol. Ingot, St Francis B's, (60) 1117; Hank Claeys, St. George A's, (63) 176; Rich- ard Dierst, St. Anthony's, (63) 176. SECTION B W L TP SI. Paul D's ........... 38 25 49922 H01y Family B'S ....... 38 2.$ 48768 St. Paul F's ........... 35V= 27V2 50693 St. Edward C'S ........ 341, 28V2 48804 St. Paul E's ........... 33Va 29V 46606 Holy Rosary B's ...... $2V 30Vz 47276 St. Edward A's ........ 32Vz 30V 46646 St. Paul B's ........... 32 31 47552 Lady of Guadalupe .... 29 34 45478 Holy Family A's ....... 27 36 44521 St. George B's ........ 23, 39% 4$91 St. Bernudette's ....... 22 41 47296 HiGH SEASON AVERAGES--Harold Tobln, St. Paul F'S, (60) 107; Roger Gardner, Holy Family B's, (60) 101; Joe Engelke, St. Paul F's, (24) 149. Stuadings as at January 31. Be sure to keep up with the latest in CYO news. Read The Progress each week, AT FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED HEINHART Member of Blessed Sacrament Parish BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12531 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE SS CYO eens slae dances --at St. Philomena's DES MOINES "Cupid's Night Out" will be the theme of St. Philomena's CYO Teen Club's third annual semiformal Sweetheart Ball Saturday, Feb. 23 in the parish hall. The Nomads will play from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight. A queen and two ladies-in- waiting will be chosen, an- nounced Cheryl Bridges, social chairman. Admission is $1.75 stag and $2.50 drag. ---at St. Luke's A CYO Vatetine's dance will be sponsored from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. this Saturday by the St. Luke's Teen Club in the parish hall, N. 175th St. and Dayton. The Casuals will play. Ad- mission is $1 per person and the theme, is "Bows and Ar- rows," according to Kathy Nixon, chairman. 40 I MILLION LA 5-8900 RENAULT PEUGEUT FIAT ALSO LARGE SELECTION OF USED IMPORTS 10430 BOTHELL WAY OPEH EVENINGS VISIT US IN OUR NEW LOCATION 135th & BOTHELL WAY NEW CARS - PICKUPS TRUCKS COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL CARS LARGE SELECTION RECONDITIONED USED CARS ALL MAKES AND MODELS LAKE CITY DODGE 135th & BOTHELL WAY EM. 4-S000