Newspaper Archive of
Catholic Northwest Progress
Seattle, Washington
February 21, 1947     Catholic Northwest Progress
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 21, 1947
 

Newspaper Archive of Catholic Northwest Progress produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




CATHOLIC NOR'I;HWEST'PROGRESS Friday; February 21 , FATHER M0nm ?0 I Ski BOwl Sunday For !St, Benedict uP, ST. BENEDICT[ AO[)eESS KNI(}HTS I HEETIH6 MONBAY00 Ca00oh{ High $ch00is Midgets Take , _ ......... [ : Le=a It. Re, William s.y00,is=00 t 00omo student00 Seattle p m school is sport-, 00Pr'00AIr S•, Ph.D., S. T. B. at tile t. a-iCatholi c High Scli0ols Will infl a oring its own outizg and parents]. |Vll ward Semina. faculty v,,ll al- 1 ., ......... " i nd :lii-ills x•l] • . • . - . . dizzy pattern of sp lls a . ,. ll. act as chaperons. The north sect'on of dress Seattle Council, Kmghts alia n the siow-covered sl6pes of the i pecial train reserved for the pazochial Basketball Leagze Columbus at its meeting on Man-!Milwaukee Ski Bbvl,-flunday, Feb. day will leave Union Pacific De- thrown into .a m'erry n.ix-up day evening next. Father Morris! 23 - - Lures arranged bf the Very Rev. Joseph P. Dougherty, council I chaplain. 1 A special attendance award of i one hundred dollars is an tar=den- t tal attraction announced for next Monday's meeting. Capac|ty Crowd At Party I A capacity crowd enjoyed the i Valentine dance held last Saturday I "n the K. C. Club. "For a success- i ful party, the council saluted its social chairman, A1 MacQuarrie and his assistants, Fred Sexton, Bob Murphy, Carl Robinson and Joe Mictlael. William 3• McMahon, member- ship cha:'rman, won new acclaim with the many candidates f6r the March 16th class whose names he presented at the meeting, .Moh- day. Among. those sied by the "Mayor of Seahurst," was the newly elected [ayor of Kent. ot at 8:15 a. m• on track four. is a most interesting and engag- ir6ram for tie day ivill in- All Students plannfng to attend " ] .... ins speaker• H!s address is the,cluc e a Slalom re betvehn Se- are requested to bUy their tickets • . .- * i hrst of a serms of Lenten lec- I attic PreI). and the IriSh of O'Dea as early as possible. K00hts To Perform h Two Cities 'Quiz' A team of nimbie wits selected from Seattle Council, K. pf C., will match answers with Portland brilliants in the Quiz of Two Ci- Ohan0ell0t Oiub Will Have Ski early -Sunday The Chancellor lub of Seattle Will hold a ski party at the Mil- waukee Ski Bowl on sunday, Feb. 23. A special tzain for members will leave Union Statiorz at 8:30 a. m. and will tu-n at 4:30 p. m. Skis, boots and * poles may be ] rented at the lod$e foi- a nominal l fee. Tickets may be purchased at I the ticket office On 4th Ave. or at [ the dpot for $1.77. ' 1 Special ski busses Will be avail- able Sub-day morning, call SE. 2033, Seattle " TranSit, for bus schedule. Tom Gaynor and Ginny Ma- honeY , chairmen of the ski com- mittee announce another ski party to 'be held ,at Mount Rainier in March. An Lutd caravan will pro- vide transportation. ties program to be presen[ed by . _. 7. , ...... , ldio Station KOMO at 9 p. m.,ll00_ll,rml,00_ Pi00v_00 l bh Tuesday evening, March 4. The i VI|NIIID i llV inNv I station stud:o will accommodate j lit Illi=: i "1 only75 spectators, and early res- Marnllelle HIfTn I ervations will get the seats. "'=----'! ........ 0"- [ NEWMAN CLUB TO In Tacoma Ton,ght] INSTALL OFFICERS Bellarmine hoopsters will meet Marquette at 7:30 tonight in the Bell's gym. AT BREAKFAST Belial:mine slipped one-half ' game from the Tacbm city ST. MARTIN'S TALL 00IRS ART ELiJENSWORTIt HOWARD LOZEAU e "tall fi." on the St. Mar- tln,coege hoop five arc Ar Ai- ienswcrth and Howail Lozeau. Both are senior.---Allensworth hailing from Portland and Lozeau result of Saturday's games. Emu- lating heir big Crusader broth- hrs, wtio copped the Crusaders League Title, St. Benedict's iighty Midgets' toppled the strong Blessed Sacrament five, 31-22• Setting the pace for the Midgets was Patosa, with 12 su[ported the Sacred Heart team jumped to fourth place by defeating St. Anne, 19-12. The south division also had its share of surprises as Holy Fam- ily, sparked by captain August Berti advanced to second place, with a 40-12 victory over Cathe- dral, Berti was high man for the game with a score of 15. Parochial Standings NORTH SECTION JOHN PAT0SA Goes After Another lie was tiigh point man when St. Benedict's "Mighty Midgets" toppled the Blessed Sacrualent five from the ]Parocklal north sec- tcr pedesl, Saturday, in tile O'- Dea g34n. H]s shiftless Lean]- :-Members of the U. Of W. New- championship When they dropped W.L I W. L.t (5) and Terry Haherbush rush to zTzan Club will receive Communion two games last week. In a double from Maxjsvine. St. Benedict 4 0iSt. John 2 41 defend. at the 9 O'clock Mass, next Sun- overtime period Friday night• Lozeau is an inch shorter than B1. Sacrament 5 1 St. Margaret 2 4 ...... liSt. Alphonsus 2 4] d.y in Bles.ed Sacrament Church, Lincoln outpointed the Bell's, 36- his team mate and has been the St. Anne st Josep00 1:St Oatberoo 1 5,$€ , 9th .Ave. N. E. and 5Oth and la- 34 and on Tuesday Stadium top- J?nger's high .orer to date. He Sacred Heart  3!St. Patrick 51 Martin Boxer ter Will breakfast at the Newman pled them 43-24 to take top spot is effective with either" hand. SOUTH SECTION • Club. in the city. ---- I W. L i , W.L. I Is Main Evenfer Newly elected officers will be! As a result of these defeats lwvp$Pfl" "' . |||peIu ||iil IHolylnmaculateR0sary 54 01S.lSt. MaryGe°rge 33 23i £0rmally Installed at th break a e o n the / igh¢ • . "' e - Benarmine !1 h v t" wi ................ [Holy Family 4 l[Mt. Virgin - t T fast meeting• They are Tom Too-]nex t __ es from Lincoln and Sta -- ..... = --... .... Cathedral 4 2!St. Teresa 01 At For on may, president; Don Maher and]dium;'entitle them to compete[ lUenT l[1|ce Saturday Results reave wift, vice presidents; Mar-[i n the state tournament. ] ALl| j im __ll_ia, SOUTtI SECTION DT T llCl['Tin Holy Family 40, Cathedral 14. guerite Barrett, secretary and I " / LACEY, Wash. "vV6:rl2 War I1' St. Mary 18. St. Tere.a "17. ike Hughes, treaLurer. " al- - --m--  i . Immaculate 56. Mt Vir 51 LACEY, Wn.--Larrv McLauh- veterans completely dominated Sacred Heart 19, St. Anne 12. , Mike Sterbick is religious chair- ltm Martin five , - NORTi' SECTION En, scrappy St. Martin College laan for the day's arrangements. I  lightweight, will fight the main To Play 00ntral O. boey COUrt S. C. Students In , Radio Program Thurs. Student officials of the Sattle .College Lab0r-ManagementForum Will sponsor a radio program on KEVR, at 8:30 p. m., Thursday, Feb. 27. Three students, Richard Blair, Francis Shute and  William James, will discuss advaiatages f the Seattle port. student body elections at St. Mar- st. Margaret 17, St. Patrick 6. Joseph 28, St. John 13. t:n College this week. All our S( Alphonsus 27, St. Catherine 16. of the officers chosen are vats. St. Benedict 31, B1. Sacrament 22. Round 7 Art Allensworth, a senior, SOUTH DIvIsION seyved i: th2 firy nd he h:Is Immaculate vs. Holy Family, O'Dea, been pre.='dent Of the Associated]. 10:12. Students of St. Martin College i St. Mary vs. Ho!y Rosary, O'Dea, 11:0ff St. George vs. hit. Virgin, K. C., 10:15. since his return from service la.st I NORTH DIVISION spring• He was reelected presi- i Sacred11:00. Heart vs. St. Margaret, K.C., • dent. . .ISt JOhncatherineVS. St.vs.Anne,st. Prep.,Patrick,9:30. Joe Contris, likewise an Army I st" Prep.. 10:15. Bt. Sacrament vs. St. Joseph, Prep., 11. veteran, is vlce-president• He st. Benedict vs. Alphonsus, Prep., 11:45. calls Aberdeen his home. ;He has Roun 8 been a consistent honor student SOUTH DIVISION at the college and at present in Cathedral vs. Immaculate, Pre., 9:30. with'the college's department of public relations. Gordon Siebers, Longview soph- omore, was elected secretary. Sic- bars served in the Navy and is at present co-editor of the college newspaper. Start Burrowes, a .senior from Port Angeles, is treasurer. Start Was in the Navy and is at present organizing the college's ski team. Chiefs To Play St. Martin Five Here Tuesday Seattle College Chieftains re- i newing their bid for a top spot in bhe V/it.co league, wilt meet St. ! Martin Rangers, Tuesday night, i Feb. 25 in the II. W. Pavilion. : The two clubs met in Lacey ! a short tim ha::- and the Chiefs iwon a thrii!er 63-58. In that con- i test the Saints led all the way but i ran out of gas in the stretch. ii In tlieir trek east of the moun- i rains the Chiefs fell in the first encounter Friday 74-4 under the blows of Cheney and Saturday t night suffered a 71-47 defeat at the h.nds of Whitworth. Before ret0rning to the hom camp they dropped a rehlrn engagement, 65-64, to t12 Bu|ldogs at Gcn- zaga. After the difficulty encountered in thLs. so-journ the Chiefs have sharpened their tomahawks and will be on the war path for the rest of the season. They take the trail again to- morrow night to tangle with Pac- ific Lutheran at Parkland, Wash. he Junior varsity from the two schools will play a preliminary game. Seattle College Ciieftains in a last quarter rush stepped out to overtake the Western Washing- ton Vikings 46-41 "Wednesday nig'nt in the U. lV. Pavilion. "The Chief's were trailing 18-14 at ihe half, advanced slightly in the third quarter and in the last eight minutes took complete com- a:and of the floor as McIver, Blakley and Willis started piling up the points. Mclver was high point man.with 14 and Bl;kly runner-up with 10. This is the fourth oVineo vic- tory for tile Chiefs. LACEY, Wn.--StiH burning over their 95-53 defeat at the hands of i the Central Wildcats last Friday in ElIensburg, St. Martin's Ran- gers are cooking up a few casaba urprises for Leo Nicholsori's Cen- r0inie LiArs Catilolie U. /lumni tral Washington eagers whom : WASI-IINGTON.--A national di- I tl?ey meet on the acey court Sat- ectory of graduates and former] urday evening, Feb. 22. students of the Catholic Univer-[ The Rangers have been a -ity of America has been corn-["home-floor" ream all :year and piled here by the Alumni Associa- i have yet to turn in a poor per- tion. The volume fists more than[ romance on their own court. 13,000 names. ] However if the SaintS are to " [do any uletting this week etld, [roOT ,, HerOic PashkoWski must shake his ELiEF Ilfluattack in a hurry- The Olym- [[ pik looper was below par in the • last mix and has not been to class- GUARANTEED all week. St. George vs. Holy Family, Prep., I1. St. Teresa vs. hit. Virgin, O'Dea, 10:15. NORTH DIVISION Sacred Heart vs. St. John, ODea, 11:00. St. Catherine vs. St. Margaret, O'Dea, 11:45. BI. Sacrament vs. St. Anne. K. C., 9:30. St. Benedict vs. St. Patrick, K. C.. I0:15. St. Alphonsus vs. St. Joseph, K. C., 11. mates, Danny Wart, aml Benny Seattle College L:,'os are hoping like everything, I while opponents Steve LaRivire Teams Debate G0nzaga Tonight Four Seattle College debate teams will engage Gonzaga Uni- versity debaters in a return match in Spokane today and Saturday. Members of the S. C. Gavel i squad contesting the Spokane 1 i teams include Beverly McLucas, event of a Fort Lewis fight card lMary Ellen Moore, John Krueger, in the North Fort gymnasium this I John Powers, Frank Alihio John Friday night. His opTionent will!Spellman, Don Cox and Robert be one of the Fort's top light-!Larson. weights as yet unnamed. "Topic of the extemporaneous Larry, a 130-pound trash, is i debate s the argument "That La- one of Coach Billy O'Brien's best bar Should Be Given a Direct serappers. Ranger Ski Team Eyes Timberline Meet LACEY, Wn.--St. Martin's re- cently organized ski team has scheduled a meet at Timberline ! Lodge for te early part of April. i The skiers will trek to Paradise ion Mt. Rainier later this month !for tril runs and will then aim Mental Exercise ' for the Oregon affair. Start Bur- He gets his mental exercise by: rowes :and B. J. White are head- jumping at conclusions.  ing the group arranging for the --Milwaukee Journal. Winter sport• Share in Management." Christine McHugh, 1;usiness manager for the Seattle College club, and the Rex'. Paul Luger, S.J., will accom- pany the teams• Seattle College debaters also will attend the Pacific Coast Forensic Tournament in McMinnville, Ore., on Feb. 27, 28, and March 1. Three other debate teams will participate in the Northwest Prac- tice Tournament to be held Fri- day and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22, at the Col!age of Puget Sound in Tacoma. SC debaters scheduled in the Tacoma meet include William Michael, James McBrice, Henry ;Thomas, James Henriot, Eugene Brenner, and Andre Charvet. - , OR YOUR MONEY BACK way soffEm / New, Sensational• l Velva,Sole I " Arch Restorers I Will in most cases, give complete / relief Of ea'ly all types Of cam- ] man foot ailments such as weak- i ened arehee, metatarsal calloases, l pressure from co:ns, leg pains, I sore heel§. Weak pronated ahkle. l XPERTLY FITTED BY EW-ENGLISH [i32/Third Ave. MA. 3783 / I OWNERS & OPERATORS I svIcs OF  H HI'ST I CHARACTER AT A MOD- I ERATE COST ] I 1605 Harvard Ave. at Pine St " I I --TERMs AS DESIRFD-- [ i EAst 7.141 ' I * At "The Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent Coffee Shop and Dhfing Room * Rates start at $3.00 RHOADY R. LEE General Mafzager Second and Stewart St. St. B00edict Prep.Panthers Champions Vs. BeHinghan00 In City League Here Tonight The St. Benedict warriors Seatth. Prep Panther3 hope to copped the Crusaders League has- retain their supremacy over the ketball title in a 56-46 win over Bellingham Raiders when they meet tonight in Garrigan gym. In Holy Rosary at the K. C. gym, Sunday. Holy losary held a one their first tilt of the season the game lead until the last week or Panthers scored a 49-40 victory play, then dropped one to tie up over the Raiders. the league resulting in the play- The Panthers t:,owed to Bremer- off series. St. Benedict took the ton for the second time Tuesday first two games and league when they took the short end of championship, a 57 to 40 sco in the Navy yard city. ln a preliminary game the As Crusader Champion the St. Panthers secon team handed the Benedict team met Woodland Bremerton number two squad Presbyterian, second place win- their first defeat in 25 games. hers at Lincoln gym 3n the first Score 32-31. game of the Inter-League play- off, Tuesday. Although "Woodland , -- e won the game, 36-35, in the over- time it Was ruled Thursday they 45 SEATTLE PREP were using four ineligible players in the game and so will forfeit to FRESHMEN RECEIVED st. Benedict PrO Rangers Vs. INTO BVM .... SODALITY O'Dea Saturday ee[:'e00ty/.ic t'tr:Ssno'd]lit;e:f [;e Blessed Virgin-Mary atSattle Prep Chapel recently. The Ray. t Arthur Flajole, S. J., moderator of In the preliminary to the Can- the Sodality, was celebrant of the tral-St. Martin's College game at Mass and was principal speaker St. Martin Saturday night, the !at the breakfast. Pat Hentschell Prep Rangers of St. Martin High and Louis Kaufer, newly elected take on the O'Dea High School school and freshman prefects, gave ] Irish of Seattle. The tilt is slated short talks. to get under, way at 7 p. m. i The following were enrolled: Coach George Van Mieghem's :Larry DeVries, Bill DiGleria, Dick Prep Saints are singing the praises French, John Kaiser, Louis Kauf-_ of one Pat Ryder who potted 30ier, John Mirante, Don MulligaZ points in the Prep Rangers' 63-30 j Tim Murphy, Pat O'Hogen, David rout of Yelm High School last lOiwell, Bill Smith, Bill Winsor, week. Ryder, a forward, is an-',Don Campbell, Fred DelMissier, joying a 15.5 point average per'Dave Dennis, Bob Drummey, Bob game .... ' rlliot, Lee Eglish, Bi.1 Galla gher, ....... Jack Hevly Bruce Laing John umer xrep rangers incluue ....... ' ....... ' -- . Seh" "" n . la]ra, m ,'cJonaiu, ±]m marl- owe anu verno , guards Zor ( ...... ' / i arty Pat Moore, Jim Nugent, Jack ten, cener, and miuer, iorwara, i ReLan Jim Shannon John Tom The O Dea Irmh will complete!kis, Zrene V/erlech. Jim Alfieri, their basketball schedule on Sat- !Dick Anderson, John DeMan, Bob urday when they journey to Lacey Holt, Art Mirante, John Ander- to meet the St. Martin High rive. ison, Bar r y Reischling, Jerry O'Dea will be trying for their sec- i Schrapps, Jack Schisfkey, Steve and victory, over the Rangers, hay- I Allen, John Anderson, Jim Brunell, ing beaten them, 89-20, last month. Terry Coyle, Ran Niccoli and Don ( WHO WILL BE HERE FOt , / G'EEING YOU TOO///Ay THAT bAY- Ltt:le "tuck-in" gifts, entirely -. [ 't4i X> THE 5UMMEP-.P&'T LOVES [k..////../L/AOFTENP-)//I/'--'--'--  different, are the inexpensive min- iature hand tinted pictures with $5,750. Full Price 1, l /'- " :k__O  {  Z/./ I ivoyoeffect or fancy brass frames,    ,//z, imported from B ohe m ia. The p Ir FATH'-R? f  IilY [   -. __/--//// I " Furnished ..... ,  :')':  .- Kafer Co., Catholic Supply Neat and Clean  -  .'-. ) -- / House, 1904 Fourth Ave, near ...... q N ///  Stewart st Seattle " ]asenlent and on rurner "   HARD TO BELIEVE" See for -- rmgmeers C1un llec[s " - " " The Seattle College Engineers' yourself this clever little two D  _.,1 ) ,,, /.t ] Ciub has Richard Read president bedroom honle. It's in very good Henry Cary, vice-president, and condition in and out, plus hav- 5TEII05Ii f... /(  .2BZ:j : ' } K.athz-vn Bott, secretary-treasurer, ins very nice furniture. It's all PA'DDEN and .MORIARTY wait. See it now. {t)./ Seattle 4. Washington ,| IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE r:I , i i II • ' " "/:i N LOVE. O PIE) T State of Washington tar the Counlv i l • i A IlitNllnllf of King.--In Probate. " ![ v• rio .......  qCIITHOLIC- "'--'JD / li::/W0LDN'Y2 IL WHO WN'T AA ' kL.g--h!.L.,HEf..O.0L, O. /h'fl"] [ TEy HaVE Ge0 ] . Inbertthe MatterAshley, of the Estate Ofdeceased.__No 9774"(i -- Eagle- ill .... EALTR " ""  2  . .  HIY Kl=Ll{alll X| ANr' J',,--" { IT WP[5 J05T ] Notice of Hearing Final Report and ] "Your Home Finder" IL "7{P* t ' J Petition for Distribution. ii .............. Pl .gn'n- " : - t)NLES HE Wh5 )i   "-INTH-EHQPF THAT_ NFgT0T/ON. Notice is hereby given that Hugh M. i au,3-.)It)In ................ ;__  f,1  ...j t .tt1, .Z  ) Curtin Administrator of tbe Estate of .  [ Engleberl Ashley deceased has filed{ in the office of the Clerk of said Conrt if   f"  " 1said Report, distribute the properts" toil | | | |  | |  .I") . I the persons thereto entitled and To dis- i/ " L_ V I I I L_ __ Ion the 21st day of March, 1947. at/ r('(I t jewelers I 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room of the :/ , ' I Probate Department of said Court. at ,/ ,,v ....  i ......... "- i which time and place any person in-i i * g "" f " " €/- o o -- __ . __7. d....-r-ff/ y/./ Iterested in said Estate may appear and:| Store" •  - . ' I file objections thereto and contest the[/ same i . er " " " • - , An : c mat Costs Noihmg 1 Dated this 14th day of Februarv,.[ T " " " ) .  rl: 11947 " i / o open at Lurie's I NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said i/ I CA I Court. ;/ E:;F,'rt %,'arch I:epairing-- [ By NORMAN F. JOHNSON, Deputy. !/ [ PADDEN & MORIART-Y, Attorneys for / ..+:--, ; .... 1,=,oo   i, E,ta:e. 1212 American Bld., S2attle :| .......... s .............. a 1 ! Washington. " o " [ First publication, Feb. 21. ]947. / 4.,0 Broad:ray .'%-. CA. 4919 [ Final publication Mar. 7. 1947. . I I WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER NOW ! tl e Air Conditioning A S1)ecialty /i ® Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired L' {I • Free Estimates. ' CATHOLIC NOR'I;HWEST'PROGRESS Friday; February 21 , FATHER M0nm ?0 I Ski BOwl Sunday For !St, Benedict uP, ST. BENEDICT[ AO[)eESS KNI(}HTS I HEETIH6 MONBAY00 Ca00oh{ High $ch00is Midgets Take , _ ......... [ : Le=a It. Re, William s.y00,is=00 t 00omo student00 Seattle p m school is sport-, 00Pr'00AIr S•, Ph.D., S. T. B. at tile t. a-iCatholi c High Scli0ols Will infl a oring its own outizg and parents]. |Vll ward Semina. faculty v,,ll al- 1 ., ......... " i nd :lii-ills x•l] • . • . - . . dizzy pattern of sp lls a . ,. ll. act as chaperons. The north sect'on of dress Seattle Council, Kmghts alia n the siow-covered sl6pes of the i pecial train reserved for the pazochial Basketball Leagze Columbus at its meeting on Man-!Milwaukee Ski Bbvl,-flunday, Feb. day will leave Union Pacific De- thrown into .a m'erry n.ix-up day evening next. Father Morris! 23 - - Lures arranged bf the Very Rev. Joseph P. Dougherty, council I chaplain. 1 A special attendance award of i one hundred dollars is an tar=den- t tal attraction announced for next Monday's meeting. Capac|ty Crowd At Party I A capacity crowd enjoyed the i Valentine dance held last Saturday I "n the K. C. Club. "For a success- i ful party, the council saluted its social chairman, A1 MacQuarrie and his assistants, Fred Sexton, Bob Murphy, Carl Robinson and Joe Mictlael. William 3• McMahon, member- ship cha:'rman, won new acclaim with the many candidates f6r the March 16th class whose names he presented at the meeting, .Moh- day. Among. those sied by the "Mayor of Seahurst," was the newly elected [ayor of Kent. ot at 8:15 a. m• on track four. is a most interesting and engag- ir6ram for tie day ivill in- All Students plannfng to attend " ] .... ins speaker• H!s address is the,cluc e a Slalom re betvehn Se- are requested to bUy their tickets • . .- * i hrst of a serms of Lenten lec- I attic PreI). and the IriSh of O'Dea as early as possible. K00hts To Perform h Two Cities 'Quiz' A team of nimbie wits selected from Seattle Council, K. pf C., will match answers with Portland brilliants in the Quiz of Two Ci- Ohan0ell0t Oiub Will Have Ski early -Sunday The Chancellor lub of Seattle Will hold a ski party at the Mil- waukee Ski Bowl on sunday, Feb. 23. A special tzain for members will leave Union Statiorz at 8:30 a. m. and will tu-n at 4:30 p. m. Skis, boots and * poles may be ] rented at the lod$e foi- a nominal l fee. Tickets may be purchased at I the ticket office On 4th Ave. or at [ the dpot for $1.77. ' 1 Special ski busses Will be avail- able Sub-day morning, call SE. 2033, Seattle " TranSit, for bus schedule. Tom Gaynor and Ginny Ma- honeY , chairmen of the ski com- mittee announce another ski party to 'be held ,at Mount Rainier in March. An Lutd caravan will pro- vide transportation. ties program to be presen[ed by . _. 7. , ...... , ldio Station KOMO at 9 p. m.,ll00_ll,rml,00_ Pi00v_00 l bh Tuesday evening, March 4. The i VI|NIIID i llV inNv I station stud:o will accommodate j lit Illi=: i "1 only75 spectators, and early res- Marnllelle HIfTn I ervations will get the seats. "'=----'! ........ 0"- [ NEWMAN CLUB TO In Tacoma Ton,ght] INSTALL OFFICERS Bellarmine hoopsters will meet Marquette at 7:30 tonight in the Bell's gym. AT BREAKFAST Belial:mine slipped one-half ' game from the Tacbm city ST. MARTIN'S TALL 00IRS ART ELiJENSWORTIt HOWARD LOZEAU e "tall fi." on the St. Mar- tln,coege hoop five arc Ar Ai- ienswcrth and Howail Lozeau. Both are senior.---Allensworth hailing from Portland and Lozeau result of Saturday's games. Emu- lating heir big Crusader broth- hrs, wtio copped the Crusaders League Title, St. Benedict's iighty Midgets' toppled the strong Blessed Sacrament five, 31-22• Setting the pace for the Midgets was Patosa, with 12 su[ported the Sacred Heart team jumped to fourth place by defeating St. Anne, 19-12. The south division also had its share of surprises as Holy Fam- ily, sparked by captain August Berti advanced to second place, with a 40-12 victory over Cathe- dral, Berti was high man for the game with a score of 15. Parochial Standings NORTH SECTION JOHN PAT0SA Goes After Another lie was tiigh point man when St. Benedict's "Mighty Midgets" toppled the Blessed Sacrualent five from the ]Parocklal north sec- tcr pedesl, Saturday, in tile O'- Dea g34n. H]s shiftless Lean]- :-Members of the U. Of W. New- championship When they dropped W.L I W. L.t (5) and Terry Haherbush rush to zTzan Club will receive Communion two games last week. In a double from Maxjsvine. St. Benedict 4 0iSt. John 2 41 defend. at the 9 O'clock Mass, next Sun- overtime period Friday night• Lozeau is an inch shorter than B1. Sacrament 5 1 St. Margaret 2 4 ...... liSt. Alphonsus 2 4] d.y in Bles.ed Sacrament Church, Lincoln outpointed the Bell's, 36- his team mate and has been the St. Anne st Josep00 1:St Oatberoo 1 5,$€ , 9th .Ave. N. E. and 5Oth and la- 34 and on Tuesday Stadium top- J?nger's high .orer to date. He Sacred Heart  3!St. Patrick 51 Martin Boxer ter Will breakfast at the Newman pled them 43-24 to take top spot is effective with either" hand. SOUTH SECTION • Club. in the city. ---- I W. L i , W.L. I Is Main Evenfer Newly elected officers will be! As a result of these defeats lwvp$Pfl" "' . |||peIu ||iil IHolylnmaculateR0sary 54 01S.lSt. MaryGe°rge 33 23i £0rmally Installed at th break a e o n the / igh¢ • . "' e - Benarmine !1 h v t" wi ................ [Holy Family 4 l[Mt. Virgin - t T fast meeting• They are Tom Too-]nex t __ es from Lincoln and Sta -- ..... = --... .... Cathedral 4 2!St. Teresa 01 At For on may, president; Don Maher and]dium;'entitle them to compete[ lUenT l[1|ce Saturday Results reave wift, vice presidents; Mar-[i n the state tournament. ] ALl| j im __ll_ia, SOUTtI SECTION DT T llCl['Tin Holy Family 40, Cathedral 14. guerite Barrett, secretary and I " / LACEY, Wash. "vV6:rl2 War I1' St. Mary 18. St. Tere.a "17. ike Hughes, treaLurer. " al- - --m--  i . Immaculate 56. Mt Vir 51 LACEY, Wn.--Larrv McLauh- veterans completely dominated Sacred Heart 19, St. Anne 12. , Mike Sterbick is religious chair- ltm Martin five , - NORTi' SECTION En, scrappy St. Martin College laan for the day's arrangements. I  lightweight, will fight the main To Play 00ntral O. boey COUrt S. C. Students In , Radio Program Thurs. Student officials of the Sattle .College Lab0r-ManagementForum Will sponsor a radio program on KEVR, at 8:30 p. m., Thursday, Feb. 27. Three students, Richard Blair, Francis Shute and  William James, will discuss advaiatages f the Seattle port. student body elections at St. Mar- st. Margaret 17, St. Patrick 6. Joseph 28, St. John 13. t:n College this week. All our S( Alphonsus 27, St. Catherine 16. of the officers chosen are vats. St. Benedict 31, B1. Sacrament 22. Round 7 Art Allensworth, a senior, SOUTH DIvIsION seyved i: th2 firy nd he h:Is Immaculate vs. Holy Family, O'Dea, been pre.='dent Of the Associated]. 10:12. Students of St. Martin College i St. Mary vs. Ho!y Rosary, O'Dea, 11:0ff St. George vs. hit. Virgin, K. C., 10:15. since his return from service la.st I NORTH DIVISION spring• He was reelected presi- i Sacred11:00. Heart vs. St. Margaret, K.C., • dent. . .ISt JOhncatherineVS. St.vs.Anne,st. Prep.,Patrick,9:30. Joe Contris, likewise an Army I st" Prep.. 10:15. Bt. Sacrament vs. St. Joseph, Prep., 11. veteran, is vlce-president• He st. Benedict vs. Alphonsus, Prep., 11:45. calls Aberdeen his home. ;He has Roun 8 been a consistent honor student SOUTH DIVISION at the college and at present in Cathedral vs. Immaculate, Pre., 9:30. with'the college's department of public relations. Gordon Siebers, Longview soph- omore, was elected secretary. Sic- bars served in the Navy and is at present co-editor of the college newspaper. Start Burrowes, a .senior from Port Angeles, is treasurer. Start Was in the Navy and is at present organizing the college's ski team. Chiefs To Play St. Martin Five Here Tuesday Seattle College Chieftains re- i newing their bid for a top spot in bhe V/it.co league, wilt meet St. ! Martin Rangers, Tuesday night, i Feb. 25 in the II. W. Pavilion. : The two clubs met in Lacey ! a short tim ha::- and the Chiefs iwon a thrii!er 63-58. In that con- i test the Saints led all the way but i ran out of gas in the stretch. ii In tlieir trek east of the moun- i rains the Chiefs fell in the first encounter Friday 74-4 under the blows of Cheney and Saturday t night suffered a 71-47 defeat at the h.nds of Whitworth. Before ret0rning to the hom camp they dropped a rehlrn engagement, 65-64, to t12 Bu|ldogs at Gcn- zaga. After the difficulty encountered in thLs. so-journ the Chiefs have sharpened their tomahawks and will be on the war path for the rest of the season. They take the trail again to- morrow night to tangle with Pac- ific Lutheran at Parkland, Wash. he Junior varsity from the two schools will play a preliminary game. Seattle College Ciieftains in a last quarter rush stepped out to overtake the Western Washing- ton Vikings 46-41 "Wednesday nig'nt in the U. lV. Pavilion. "The Chief's were trailing 18-14 at ihe half, advanced slightly in the third quarter and in the last eight minutes took complete com- a:and of the floor as McIver, Blakley and Willis started piling up the points. Mclver was high point man.with 14 and Bl;kly runner-up with 10. This is the fourth oVineo vic- tory for tile Chiefs. LACEY, Wn.--StiH burning over their 95-53 defeat at the hands of i the Central Wildcats last Friday in ElIensburg, St. Martin's Ran- gers are cooking up a few casaba urprises for Leo Nicholsori's Cen- r0inie LiArs Catilolie U. /lumni tral Washington eagers whom : WASI-IINGTON.--A national di- I tl?ey meet on the acey court Sat- ectory of graduates and former] urday evening, Feb. 22. students of the Catholic Univer-[ The Rangers have been a -ity of America has been corn-["home-floor" ream all :year and piled here by the Alumni Associa- i have yet to turn in a poor per- tion. The volume fists more than[ romance on their own court. 13,000 names. ] However if the SaintS are to " [do any uletting this week etld, [roOT ,, HerOic PashkoWski must shake his ELiEF Ilfluattack in a hurry- The Olym- [[ pik looper was below par in the • last mix and has not been to class- GUARANTEED all week. St. George vs. Holy Family, Prep., I1. St. Teresa vs. hit. Virgin, O'Dea, 10:15. NORTH DIVISION Sacred Heart vs. St. John, ODea, 11:00. St. Catherine vs. St. Margaret, O'Dea, 11:45. BI. Sacrament vs. St. Anne. K. C., 9:30. St. Benedict vs. St. Patrick, K. C.. I0:15. St. Alphonsus vs. St. Joseph, K. C., 11. mates, Danny Wart, aml Benny Seattle College L:,'os are hoping like everything, I while opponents Steve LaRivire Teams Debate G0nzaga Tonight Four Seattle College debate teams will engage Gonzaga Uni- versity debaters in a return match in Spokane today and Saturday. Members of the S. C. Gavel i squad contesting the Spokane 1 i teams include Beverly McLucas, event of a Fort Lewis fight card lMary Ellen Moore, John Krueger, in the North Fort gymnasium this I John Powers, Frank Alihio John Friday night. His opTionent will!Spellman, Don Cox and Robert be one of the Fort's top light-!Larson. weights as yet unnamed. "Topic of the extemporaneous Larry, a 130-pound trash, is i debate s the argument "That La- one of Coach Billy O'Brien's best bar Should Be Given a Direct serappers. Ranger Ski Team Eyes Timberline Meet LACEY, Wn.--St. Martin's re- cently organized ski team has scheduled a meet at Timberline ! Lodge for te early part of April. i The skiers will trek to Paradise ion Mt. Rainier later this month !for tril runs and will then aim Mental Exercise ' for the Oregon affair. Start Bur- He gets his mental exercise by: rowes :and B. J. White are head- jumping at conclusions.  ing the group arranging for the --Milwaukee Journal. Winter sport• Share in Management." Christine McHugh, 1;usiness manager for the Seattle College club, and the Rex'. Paul Luger, S.J., will accom- pany the teams• Seattle College debaters also will attend the Pacific Coast Forensic Tournament in McMinnville, Ore., on Feb. 27, 28, and March 1. Three other debate teams will participate in the Northwest Prac- tice Tournament to be held Fri- day and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22, at the Col!age of Puget Sound in Tacoma. SC debaters scheduled in the Tacoma meet include William Michael, James McBrice, Henry ;Thomas, James Henriot, Eugene Brenner, and Andre Charvet. - , OR YOUR MONEY BACK way soffEm / New, Sensational• l Velva,Sole I " Arch Restorers I Will in most cases, give complete / relief Of ea'ly all types Of cam- ] man foot ailments such as weak- i ened arehee, metatarsal calloases, l pressure from co:ns, leg pains, I sore heel§. Weak pronated ahkle. l XPERTLY FITTED BY EW-ENGLISH [i32/Third Ave. MA. 3783 / I OWNERS & OPERATORS I svIcs OF  H HI'ST I CHARACTER AT A MOD- I ERATE COST ] I 1605 Harvard Ave. at Pine St " I I --TERMs AS DESIRFD-- [ i EAst 7.141 ' I * At "The Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent Coffee Shop and Dhfing Room * Rates start at $3.00 RHOADY R. LEE General Mafzager Second and Stewart St. St. B00edict Prep.Panthers Champions Vs. BeHinghan00 In City League Here Tonight The St. Benedict warriors Seatth. Prep Panther3 hope to copped the Crusaders League has- retain their supremacy over the ketball title in a 56-46 win over Bellingham Raiders when they meet tonight in Garrigan gym. In Holy Rosary at the K. C. gym, Sunday. Holy losary held a one their first tilt of the season the game lead until the last week or Panthers scored a 49-40 victory play, then dropped one to tie up over the Raiders. the league resulting in the play- The Panthers t:,owed to Bremer- off series. St. Benedict took the ton for the second time Tuesday first two games and league when they took the short end of championship, a 57 to 40 sco in the Navy yard city. ln a preliminary game the As Crusader Champion the St. Panthers secon team handed the Benedict team met Woodland Bremerton number two squad Presbyterian, second place win- their first defeat in 25 games. hers at Lincoln gym 3n the first Score 32-31. game of the Inter-League play- off, Tuesday. Although "Woodland , -- e won the game, 36-35, in the over- time it Was ruled Thursday they 45 SEATTLE PREP were using four ineligible players in the game and so will forfeit to FRESHMEN RECEIVED st. Benedict PrO Rangers Vs. INTO BVM .... SODALITY O'Dea Saturday ee[:'e00ty/.ic t'tr:Ssno'd]lit;e:f [;e Blessed Virgin-Mary atSattle Prep Chapel recently. The Ray. t Arthur Flajole, S. J., moderator of In the preliminary to the Can- the Sodality, was celebrant of the tral-St. Martin's College game at Mass and was principal speaker St. Martin Saturday night, the !at the breakfast. Pat Hentschell Prep Rangers of St. Martin High and Louis Kaufer, newly elected take on the O'Dea High School school and freshman prefects, gave ] Irish of Seattle. The tilt is slated short talks. to get under, way at 7 p. m. i The following were enrolled: Coach George Van Mieghem's :Larry DeVries, Bill DiGleria, Dick Prep Saints are singing the praises French, John Kaiser, Louis Kauf-_ of one Pat Ryder who potted 30ier, John Mirante, Don MulligaZ points in the Prep Rangers' 63-30 j Tim Murphy, Pat O'Hogen, David rout of Yelm High School last lOiwell, Bill Smith, Bill Winsor, week. Ryder, a forward, is an-',Don Campbell, Fred DelMissier, joying a 15.5 point average per'Dave Dennis, Bob Drummey, Bob game .... ' rlliot, Lee Eglish, Bi.1 Galla gher, ....... Jack Hevly Bruce Laing John umer xrep rangers incluue ....... ' ....... ' -- . Seh" "" n . la]ra, m ,'cJonaiu, ±]m marl- owe anu verno , guards Zor ( ...... ' / i arty Pat Moore, Jim Nugent, Jack ten, cener, and miuer, iorwara, i ReLan Jim Shannon John Tom The O Dea Irmh will complete!kis, Zrene V/erlech. Jim Alfieri, their basketball schedule on Sat- !Dick Anderson, John DeMan, Bob urday when they journey to Lacey Holt, Art Mirante, John Ander- to meet the St. Martin High rive. ison, Bar r y Reischling, Jerry O'Dea will be trying for their sec- i Schrapps, Jack Schisfkey, Steve and victory, over the Rangers, hay- I Allen, John Anderson, Jim Brunell, ing beaten them, 89-20, last month. Terry Coyle, Ran Niccoli and Don ( WHO WILL BE HERE FOt , / G'EEING YOU TOO///Ay THAT bAY- Ltt:le "tuck-in" gifts, entirely -. [ 't4i X> THE 5UMMEP-.P&'T LOVES [k..////../L/AOFTENP-)//I/'--'--'--  different, are the inexpensive min- iature hand tinted pictures with $5,750. Full Price 1, l /'- " :k__O  {  Z/./ I ivoyoeffect or fancy brass frames,    ,//z, imported from B ohe m ia. The p Ir FATH'-R? f  IilY [   -. __/--//// I " Furnished ..... ,  :')':  .- Kafer Co., Catholic Supply Neat and Clean  -  .'-. ) -- / House, 1904 Fourth Ave, near ...... q N ///  Stewart st Seattle " ]asenlent and on rurner "   HARD TO BELIEVE" See for -- rmgmeers C1un llec[s " - " " The Seattle College Engineers' yourself this clever little two D  _.,1 ) ,,, /.t ] Ciub has Richard Read president bedroom honle. It's in very good Henry Cary, vice-president, and condition in and out, plus hav- 5TEII05Ii f... /(  .2BZ:j : ' } K.athz-vn Bott, secretary-treasurer, ins very nice furniture. It's all PA'DDEN and .MORIARTY wait. See it now. {t)./ Seattle 4. Washington ,| IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE r:I , i i II • ' " "/:i N LOVE. O PIE) T State of Washington tar the Counlv i l • i A IlitNllnllf of King.--In Probate. " ![ v• rio .......  qCIITHOLIC- "'--'JD / li::/W0LDN'Y2 IL WHO WN'T AA ' kL.g--h!.L.,HEf..O.0L, O. /h'fl"] [ TEy HaVE Ge0 ] . Inbertthe MatterAshley, of the Estate Ofdeceased.__No 9774"(i -- Eagle- ill .... EALTR " ""  2  . .  HIY Kl=Ll{alll X| ANr' J',,--" { IT WP[5 J05T ] Notice of Hearing Final Report and ] "Your Home Finder" IL "7{P* t ' J Petition for Distribution. ii .............. Pl .gn'n- " : - t)NLES HE Wh5 )i   "-INTH-EHQPF THAT_ NFgT0T/ON. Notice is hereby given that Hugh M. i au,3-.)It)In ................ ;__  f,1  ...j t .tt1, .Z  ) Curtin Administrator of tbe Estate of .  [ Engleberl Ashley deceased has filed{ in the office of the Clerk of said Conrt if   f"  " 1said Report, distribute the properts" toil | | | |  | |  .I") . I the persons thereto entitled and To dis- i/ " L_ V I I I L_ __ Ion the 21st day of March, 1947. at/ r('(I t jewelers I 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room of the :/ , ' I Probate Department of said Court. at ,/ ,,v ....  i ......... "- i which time and place any person in-i i * g "" f " " €/- o o -- __ . __7. d....-r-ff/ y/./ Iterested in said Estate may appear and:| Store" •  - . ' I file objections thereto and contest the[/ same i . er " " " • - , An : c mat Costs Noihmg 1 Dated this 14th day of Februarv,.[ T " " " ) .  rl: 11947 " i / o open at Lurie's I NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said i/ I CA I Court. ;/ E:;F,'rt %,'arch I:epairing-- [ By NORMAN F. JOHNSON, Deputy. !/ [ PADDEN & MORIART-Y, Attorneys for / ..+:--, ; .... 1,=,oo   i, E,ta:e. 1212 American Bld., S2attle :| .......... s .............. a 1 ! Washington. " o " [ First publication, Feb. 21. ]947. / 4.,0 Broad:ray .'%-. CA. 4919 [ Final publication Mar. 7. 1947. . I I WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER NOW ! tl e Air Conditioning A S1)ecialty /i ® Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired L' {I • Free Estimates. ' CATHOLIC NOR'I;HWEST'PROGRESS Friday; February 21 , FATHER M0nm ?0 I Ski BOwl Sunday For !St, Benedict uP, ST. BENEDICT[ AO[)eESS KNI(}HTS I HEETIH6 MONBAY00 Ca00oh{ High $ch00is Midgets Take , _ ......... [ : Le=a It. Re, William s.y00,is=00 t 00omo student00 Seattle p m school is sport-, 00Pr'00AIr S•, Ph. D., S. T. B. at tile t. a-iCatholi c High Scli0ols Will infl a oring its own outizg and parents]. |Vll ward Semina. faculty v,,ll al- 1 ., ......... " i nd :lii-ills x•l] • . • . - . . dizzy pattern of sp lls a . ,. ll. act as chaperons. The north sect'on of dress Seattle Council, Kmghts alia n the siow-covered sl6pes of the i pecial train reserved for the pazochial Basketball Leagze Columbus at its meeting on Man-!Milwaukee Ski Bbvl,-flunday, Feb. day will leave Union Pacific De- thrown into .a m'erry n.ix-up day evening next. Father Morris! 23 - - Lures arranged bf the Very Rev. Joseph P. Dougherty, council I chaplain. 1 A special attendance award of i one hundred dollars is an tar=den- t tal attraction announced for next Monday's meeting. Capac|ty Crowd At Party I A capacity crowd enjoyed the i Valentine dance held last Saturday I "n the K. C. Club. "For a success- i ful party, the council saluted its social chairman, A1 MacQuarrie and his assistants, Fred Sexton, Bob Murphy, Carl Robinson and Joe Mictlael. William 3• McMahon, member- ship cha:'rman, won new acclaim with the many candidates f6r the March 16th class whose names he presented at the meeting, .Moh- day. Among. those sied by the "Mayor of Seahurst," was the newly elected [ayor of Kent. ot at 8:15 a. m• on track four. is a most interesting and engag- ir6ram for tie day ivill in- All Students plannfng to attend " ] .... ins speaker• H!s address is the,cluc e a Slalom re betvehn Se- are requested to bUy their tickets • . .- * i hrst of a serms of Lenten lec- I attic PreI). and the IriSh of O'Dea as early as possible. K00hts To Perform h Two Cities 'Quiz' A team of nimbie wits selected from Seattle Council, K. pf C., will match answers with Portland brilliants in the Quiz of Two Ci- Ohan0ell0t Oiub Will Have Ski early -Sunday The Chancellor lub of Seattle Will hold a ski party at the Mil- waukee Ski Bowl on sunday, Feb. 23. A special tzain for members will leave Union Statiorz at 8:30 a. m. and will tu-n at 4:30 p. m. Skis, boots and * poles may be ] rented at the lod$e foi- a nominal l fee. Tickets may be purchased at I the ticket office On 4th Ave. or at [ the dpot for $1.77. ' 1 Special ski busses Will be avail- able Sub-day morning, call SE. 2033, Seattle " TranSit, for bus schedule. Tom Gaynor and Ginny Ma- honeY , chairmen of the ski com- mittee announce another ski party to 'be held ,at Mount Rainier in March. An Lutd caravan will pro- vide transportation. ties program to be presen[ed by . _. 7. , ...... , ldio Station KOMO at 9 p. m.,ll00_ll,rml,00_ Pi00v_00 l bh Tuesday evening, March 4. The i VI|NIIID i llV inNv I station stud:o will accommodate j lit Illi=: i "1 only75 spectators, and early res- Marnllelle HIfTn I ervations will get the seats. "'=----'! ........ 0"- [ NEWMAN CLUB TO In Tacoma Ton,ght] INSTALL OFFICERS Bellarmine hoopsters will meet Marquette at 7:30 tonight in the Bell's gym. AT BREAKFAST Belial:mine slipped one-half ' game from the Tacbm city ST. MARTIN'S TALL 00IRS ART ELiJENSWORTIt HOWARD LOZEAU e "tall fi." on the St. Mar- tln,coege hoop five arc Ar Ai- ienswcrth and Howail Lozeau. Both are senior.---Allensworth hailing from Portland and Lozeau result of Saturday's games. Emu- lating heir big Crusader broth- hrs, wtio copped the Crusaders League Title, St. Benedict's iighty Midgets' toppled the strong Blessed Sacrament five, 31-22• Setting the pace for the Midgets was Patosa, with 12 su[ported the Sacred Heart team jumped to fourth place by defeating St. Anne, 19-12. The south division also had its share of surprises as Holy Fam- ily, sparked by captain August Berti advanced to second place, with a 40-12 victory over Cathe- dral, Berti was high man for the game with a score of 15. Parochial Standings NORTH SECTION JOHN PAT0SA Goes After Another lie was tiigh point man when St. Benedict's "Mighty Midgets" toppled the Blessed Sacrualent five from the ]Parocklal north sec- tcr pedesl, Saturday, in tile O'- Dea g34n. H]s shiftless Lean]- :-Members of the U. Of W. New- championship When they dropped W.L I W. L.t (5) and Terry Haherbush rush to zTzan Club will receive Communion two games last week. In a double from Maxjsvine. St. Benedict 4 0iSt. John 2 41 defend. at the 9 O'clock Mass, next Sun- overtime period Friday night• Lozeau is an inch shorter than B1. Sacrament 5 1 St. Margaret 2 4 ...... liSt. Alphonsus 2 4] d.y in Bles.ed Sacrament Church, Lincoln outpointed the Bell's, 36- his team mate and has been the St. Anne st Josep00 1:St Oatberoo 1 5,$€ , 9th .Ave. N. E. and 5Oth and la- 34 and on Tuesday Stadium top- J?nger's high .orer to date. He Sacred Heart  3!St. Patrick 51 Martin Boxer ter Will breakfast at the Newman pled them 43-24 to take top spot is effective with either" hand. SOUTH SECTION • Club. in the city. ---- I W. L i , W.L. I Is Main Evenfer Newly elected officers will be! As a result of these defeats lwvp$Pfl" "' . |||peIu ||iil IHolylnmaculateR0sary 54 01S.lSt. MaryGe°rge 33 23i £0rmally Installed at th break a e o n the / igh¢ • . "' e - Benarmine !1 h v t" wi ................ [Holy Family 4 l[Mt. Virgin - t T fast meeting• They are Tom Too-]nex t __ es from Lincoln and Sta -- ..... = --... .... Cathedral 4 2!St. Teresa 01 At For on may, president; Don Maher and]dium;'entitle them to compete[ lUenT l[1|ce Saturday Results reave wift, vice presidents; Mar-[i n the state tournament. ] ALl| j im __ll_ia, SOUTtI SECTION DT T llCl['Tin Holy Family 40, Cathedral 14. guerite Barrett, secretary and I " / LACEY, Wash. "vV6:rl2 War I1' St. Mary 18. St. Tere.a "17. ike Hughes, treaLurer. " al- - --m--  i . Immaculate 56. Mt Vir 51 LACEY, Wn.--Larrv McLauh- veterans completely dominated Sacred Heart 19, St. Anne 12. , Mike Sterbick is religious chair- ltm Martin five , - NORTi' SECTION En, scrappy St. Martin College laan for the day's arrangements. I  lightweight, will fight the main To Play 00ntral O. boey COUrt S. C. Students In , Radio Program Thurs. Student officials of the Sattle .College Lab0r-ManagementForum Will sponsor a radio program on KEVR, at 8:30 p. m., Thursday, Feb. 27. Three students, Richard Blair, Francis Shute and  William James, will discuss advaiatages f the Seattle port. student body elections at St. Mar- st. Margaret 17, St. Patrick 6. Joseph 28, St. John 13. t:n College this week. All our S( Alphonsus 27, St. Catherine 16. of the officers chosen are vats. St. Benedict 31, B1. Sacrament 22. Round 7 Art Allensworth, a senior, SOUTH DIvIsION seyved i: th2 firy nd he h:Is Immaculate vs. Holy Family, O'Dea, been pre.='dent Of the Associated]. 10:12. Students of St. Martin College i St. Mary vs. Ho!y Rosary, O'Dea, 11:0ff St. George vs. hit. Virgin, K. C., 10:15. since his return from service la.st I NORTH DIVISION spring• He was reelected presi- i Sacred11:00. Heart vs. St. Margaret, K.C., • dent. . .ISt JOhncatherineVS. St.vs.Anne,st. Prep.,Patrick,9:30. Joe Contris, likewise an Army I st" Prep.. 10:15. Bt. Sacrament vs. St. Joseph, Prep., 11. veteran, is vlce-president• He st. Benedict vs. Alphonsus, Prep., 11:45. calls Aberdeen his home. ;He has Roun 8 been a consistent honor student SOUTH DIVISION at the college and at present in Cathedral vs. Immaculate, Pre., 9:30. with'the college's department of public relations. Gordon Siebers, Longview soph- omore, was elected secretary. Sic- bars served in the Navy and is at present co-editor of the college newspaper. Start Burrowes, a .senior from Port Angeles, is treasurer. Start Was in the Navy and is at present organizing the college's ski team. Chiefs To Play St. Martin Five Here Tuesday Seattle College Chieftains re- i newing their bid for a top spot in bhe V/it.co league, wilt meet St. ! Martin Rangers, Tuesday night, i Feb. 25 in the II. W. Pavilion. : The two clubs met in Lacey ! a short tim ha::- and the Chiefs iwon a thrii!er 63-58. In that con- i test the Saints led all the way but i ran out of gas in the stretch. ii In tlieir trek east of the moun- i rains the Chiefs fell in the first encounter Friday 74-4 under the blows of Cheney and Saturday t night suffered a 71-47 defeat at the h.nds of Whitworth. Before ret0rning to the hom camp they dropped a rehlrn engagement, 65-64, to t12 Bu|ldogs at Gcn- zaga. After the difficulty encountered in thLs. so-journ the Chiefs have sharpened their tomahawks and will be on the war path for the rest of the season. They take the trail again to- morrow night to tangle with Pac- ific Lutheran at Parkland, Wash. he Junior varsity from the two schools will play a preliminary game. Seattle College Ciieftains in a last quarter rush stepped out to overtake the Western Washing- ton Vikings 46-41 "Wednesday nig'nt in the U. lV. Pavilion. "The Chief's were trailing 18-14 at ihe half, advanced slightly in the third quarter and in the last eight minutes took complete com- a:and of the floor as McIver, Blakley and Willis started piling up the points. Mclver was high point man.with 14 and Bl;kly runner-up with 10. This is the fourth oVineo vic- tory for tile Chiefs. LACEY, Wn.--StiH burning over their 95-53 defeat at the hands of i the Central Wildcats last Friday in ElIensburg, St. Martin's Ran- gers are cooking up a few casaba urprises for Leo Nicholsori's Cen- r0inie LiArs Catilolie U. /lumni tral Washington eagers whom : WASI-IINGTON.--A national di- I tl?ey meet on the acey court Sat- ectory of graduates and former] urday evening, Feb. 22. students of the Catholic Univer-[ The Rangers have been a -ity of America has been corn-["home-floor" ream all :year and piled here by the Alumni Associa- i have yet to turn in a poor per- tion. The volume fists more than[ romance on their own court. 13,000 names. ] However if the SaintS are to " [do any uletting this week etld, [roOT ,, HerOic PashkoWski must shake his ELiEF Ilfluattack in a hurry- The Olym- [[ pik looper was below par in the • last mix and has not been to class- GUARANTEED all week. St. George vs. Holy Family, Prep., I1. St. Teresa vs. hit. Virgin, O'Dea, 10:15. NORTH DIVISION Sacred Heart vs. St. John, ODea, 11:00. St. Catherine vs. St. Margaret, O'Dea, 11:45. BI. Sacrament vs. St. Anne. K. C., 9:30. St. Benedict vs. St. Patrick, K. C.. I0:15. St. Alphonsus vs. St. Joseph, K. C., 11. mates, Danny Wart, aml Benny Seattle College L:,'os are hoping like everything, I while opponents Steve LaRivire Teams Debate G0nzaga Tonight Four Seattle College debate teams will engage Gonzaga Uni- versity debaters in a return match in Spokane today and Saturday. Members of the S. C. Gavel i squad contesting the Spokane 1 i teams include Beverly McLucas, event of a Fort Lewis fight card lMary Ellen Moore, John Krueger, in the North Fort gymnasium this I John Powers, Frank Alihio John Friday night. His opTionent will!Spellman, Don Cox and Robert be one of the Fort's top light-!Larson. weights as yet unnamed. "Topic of the extemporaneous Larry, a 130-pound trash, is i debate s the argument "That La- one of Coach Billy O'Brien's best bar Should Be Given a Direct serappers. Ranger Ski Team Eyes Timberline Meet LACEY, Wn.--St. Martin's re- cently organized ski team has scheduled a meet at Timberline ! Lodge for te early part of April. i The skiers will trek to Paradise ion Mt. Rainier later this month !for tril runs and will then aim Mental Exercise ' for the Oregon affair. Start Bur- He gets his mental exercise by: rowes :and B. J. White are head- jumping at conclusions.  ing the group arranging for the --Milwaukee Journal. Winter sport• Share in Management." Christine McHugh, 1;usiness manager for the Seattle College club, and the Rex'. Paul Luger, S.J., will accom- pany the teams• Seattle College debaters also will attend the Pacific Coast Forensic Tournament in McMinnville, Ore., on Feb. 27, 28, and March 1. Three other debate teams will participate in the Northwest Prac- tice Tournament to be held Fri- day and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22, at the Col!age of Puget Sound in Tacoma. SC debaters scheduled in the Tacoma meet include William Michael, James McBrice, Henry ;Thomas, James Henriot, Eugene Brenner, and Andre Charvet. - , OR YOUR MONEY BACK way soffEm / New, Sensational• l Velva,Sole I " Arch Restorers I Will in most cases, give complete / relief Of ea'ly all types Of cam- ] man foot ailments such as weak- i ened arehee, metatarsal calloases, l pressure from co:ns, leg pains, I sore heel§. Weak pronated ahkle. l XPERTLY FITTED BY EW-ENGLISH [i32/Third Ave. MA. 3783 / I OWNERS & OPERATORS I svIcs OF  H HI'ST I CHARACTER AT A MOD- I ERATE COST ] I 1605 Harvard Ave. at Pine St " I I --TERMs AS DESIRFD-- [ i EAst 7.141 ' I * At "The Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent Coffee Shop and Dhfing Room * Rates start at $3.00 RHOADY R. LEE General Mafzager Second and Stewart St. St. B00edict Prep.Panthers Champions Vs. BeHinghan00 In City League Here Tonight The St. Benedict warriors Seatth. Prep Panther3 hope to copped the Crusaders League has- retain their supremacy over the ketball title in a 56-46 win over Bellingham Raiders when they meet tonight in Garrigan gym. In Holy Rosary at the K. C. gym, Sunday. Holy losary held a one their first tilt of the season the game lead until the last week or Panthers scored a 49-40 victory play, then dropped one to tie up over the Raiders. the league resulting in the play- The Panthers t:,owed to Bremer- off series. St. Benedict took the ton for the second time Tuesday first two games and league when they took the short end of championship, a 57 to 40 sco in the Navy yard city. ln a preliminary game the As Crusader Champion the St. Panthers secon team handed the Benedict team met Woodland Bremerton number two squad Presbyterian, second place win- their first defeat in 25 games. hers at Lincoln gym 3n the first Score 32-31. game of the Inter-League play- off, Tuesday. Although "Woodland , -- e won the game, 36-35, in the over- time it Was ruled Thursday they 45 SEATTLE PREP were using four ineligible players in the game and so will forfeit to FRESHMEN RECEIVED st. Benedict PrO Rangers Vs. INTO BVM .... SODALITY O'Dea Saturday ee[:'e00ty/.ic t'tr:Ssno'd]lit;e:f [;e Blessed Virgin-Mary atSattle Prep Chapel recently. The Ray. t Arthur Flajole, S. J., moderator of In the preliminary to the Can- the Sodality, was celebrant of the tral-St. Martin's College game at Mass and was principal speaker St. Martin Saturday night, the !at the breakfast. Pat Hentschell Prep Rangers of St. Martin High and Louis Kaufer, newly elected take on the O'Dea High School school and freshman prefects, gave ] Irish of Seattle. The tilt is slated short talks. to get under, way at 7 p. m. i The following were enrolled: Coach George Van Mieghem's :Larry DeVries, Bill DiGleria, Dick Prep Saints are singing the praises French, John Kaiser, Louis Kauf-_ of one Pat Ryder who potted 30ier, John Mirante, Don MulligaZ points in the Prep Rangers' 63-30 j Tim Murphy, Pat O'Hogen, David rout of Yelm High School last lOiwell, Bill Smith, Bill Winsor, week. Ryder, a forward, is an-',Don Campbell, Fred DelMissier, joying a 15.5 point average per'Dave Dennis, Bob Drummey, Bob game .... ' rlliot, Lee Eglish, Bi.1 Galla gher, ....... Jack Hevly Bruce Laing John umer xrep rangers incluue ....... ' ....... ' -- . Seh" "" n . la]ra, m ,'cJonaiu, ±]m marl- owe anu verno , guards Zor ( ...... ' / i arty Pat Moore, Jim Nugent, Jack ten, cener, and miuer, iorwara, i ReLan Jim Shannon John Tom The O Dea Irmh will complete!kis, Zrene V/erlech. Jim Alfieri, their basketball schedule on Sat- !Dick Anderson, John DeMan, Bob urday when they journey to Lacey Holt, Art Mirante, John Ander- to meet the St. Martin High rive. ison, Bar r y Reischling, Jerry O'Dea will be trying for their sec- i Schrapps, Jack Schisfkey, Steve and victory, over the Rangers, hay- I Allen, John Anderson, Jim Brunell, ing beaten them, 89-20, last month. Terry Coyle, Ran Niccoli and Don ( WHO WILL BE HERE FOt , / G'EEING YOU TOO///Ay THAT bAY- Ltt:le "tuck-in" gifts, entirely -. [ 't4i X> THE 5UMMEP-.P&'T LOVES [k..////../L/AOFTENP-)//I/'--'--'--  different, are the inexpensive min- iature hand tinted pictures with $5,750. Full Price 1, l /'- " :k__O  {  Z/./ I ivoyoeffect or fancy brass frames,    ,//z, imported from B ohe m ia. The p Ir FATH'-R? f  IilY [   -. __/--//// I " Furnished ..... ,  :')':  .- Kafer Co., Catholic Supply Neat and Clean  -  .'-. ) -- / House, 1904 Fourth Ave, near ...... q N ///  Stewart st Seattle " ]asenlent and on rurner "   HARD TO BELIEVE" See for -- rmgmeers C1un llec[s " - " " The Seattle College Engineers' yourself this clever little two D  _.,1 ) ,,, /.t ] Ciub has Richard Read president bedroom honle. It's in very good Henry Cary, vice-president, and condition in and out, plus hav- 5TEII05Ii f... /(  .2BZ:j : ' } K.athz-vn Bott, secretary-treasurer, ins very nice furniture. It's all PA'DDEN and .MORIARTY wait. See it now. {t)./ Seattle 4. Washington ,| IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE r:I , i i II • ' " "/:i N LOVE. O PIE) T State of Washington tar the Counlv i l • i A IlitNllnllf of King.--In Probate. " ![ v• rio .......  qCIITHOLIC- "'--'JD / li::/W0LDN'Y2 IL WHO WN'T AA ' kL.g--h!.L.,HEf..O.0L, O. /h'fl"] [ TEy HaVE Ge0 ] . Inbertthe MatterAshley, of the Estate Ofdeceased.__No 9774"(i -- Eagle- ill .... EALTR " ""  2  . .  HIY Kl=Ll{alll X| ANr' J',,--" { IT WP[5 J05T ] Notice of Hearing Final Report and ] "Your Home Finder" IL "7{P* t ' J Petition for Distribution. ii .............. Pl .gn'n. " : - t)NLES HE Wh5 )i   "-INTH-EHQPF THAT_ NFgT0T/ON. Notice is hereby given that Hugh M. i au,3-.)It)In ................ ;__  f,1  ...j t .tt1, .Z  ) Curtin Administrator of tbe Estate of .  [ Engleberl Ashley deceased has filed{ in the office of the Clerk of said Conrt if   f"  " 1said Report, distribute the properts" toil | | | |  | |  .I") . I the persons thereto entitled and To dis- i/ " L_ V I I I L_ __ Ion the 21st day of March, 1947. at/ r('(I t jewelers I 10:00 A. M. at the Court Room of the :/ , ' I Probate Department of said Court. at ,/ ,,v ....  i ......... "- i which time and place any person in-i i * g "" f " " €/- o o -- __ . __7. d....-r-ff/ y/./ Iterested in said Estate may appear and:| Store" •  - . ' I file objections thereto and contest the[/ same i . er " " " • - , An : c mat Costs Noihmg 1 Dated this 14th day of Februarv,.[ T " " " ) .  rl: 11947 " i / o open at Lurie's I NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said i/ I CA I Court. ;/ E:;F,'rt %,'arch I:epairing-- [ By NORMAN F. JOHNSON, Deputy. !/ [ PADDEN & MORIART-Y, Attorneys for / ..+:--, ; .... 1,=,oo   i, E,ta:e. 1212 American Bld., S2attle :| .......... s .............. a 1 ! Washington. " o " [ First publication, Feb. 21. ]947. / 4.,0 Broad:ray .'%-. CA. 4919 [ Final publication Mar. 7. 1947. . I I WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER NOW ! tl e Air Conditioning A S1)ecialty /i ® Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired L' {I • Free Estimates. '