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:.. IO--THE PROGRESS Friday, Fel. 28, 1964 Memorable Eagle Scout event in Olympia A MEMORABLE event in the scouting history of St. Michael's Parish in Olympia took place recently when the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, presented the Eagle Scout award to five boys. Recipients (from left) are Bob Whitney Mike Robinson, Tom Whit. nay, Harold Matz and Richard Phillips Jr., all Ad Altars Dei Medal holders. The Whitneys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Whitney, 532 E. 12th. Mike's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, 126 N. Lilly Rd. Harold's are Mr. and Mrs. James Matz, 1316 Cherry St., Richard's are Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Phillips, 2305 S. Central. The Arch- bishop, who had said he was proud to present the awards, also distributed other honors to the 52-member troop. Cleri- cal, judicial, legislative and scout officials were among the 300 present. The parish scout committee is headed by Keith Yandon, assisted by Barrett White, Robert Engel, Max Barnes and Maurice Whitney--(Photo by D.oug Gilchrist) r" Off Burlincj00on Mercer Prep00-w,n---s Cubs set but O'Dea was great! record '** SU has MERCER ISLAND-- one more, then OSU By Fred What a hectic but real exciting week for Catholic high school basketball. The Seattle Prep Panthers, One more left before 1964 Northwest Catholic Asso- Oregon State. ciation champions, deservedly That's the University are going to the State Class AA Northwest District One of Portland Pilots this tournament but only after a Friday in the Rose City for heart-stopping two-point vic- the Seattle University Chief- tory over a valiant O'Dea team tains. Then come the OSU Beavers, or rather the Chiefs, to Eug- ene for the NCAA pre-regional playoff March 10. .; Should the Chiefs win and " they could, if they don't beat themselves, SU has the rare i privilege of proving that the  UCLA Brains, the nation's top-ranked team, are humans and can be stopped in the NCAA rEgionals on opening i'i night March 13 in CorvalliE. The Chiefs. now 19-5 for the C season, snapped Utah State's  22 home-floor streak at Logan, 96.94, on February 20. They flew into Pocatello Saturday and eked out an 83-82 win over Idaho State. But Montana State controlled the Chiefs Monday in BozemRn to take 98-85 decision in a typ- ical "Snake Pit Country" meet- J ing. WHILE THE NCAA launch- ing gets closer to the count- ', down (with Mel Counts, that is), the St. Martin's Saints (11- 15) are eagerly awaiting a res- ponse from officials of the Ev- ergreen Conference a b o u t a p o s s i b I e post-seasen NAIA tournament bid. SMC Friday finished its seas- ; on in Seattle with an 82-66 de- feat at the hands of NCAA s m a I l c o l I e ge tournament- f bound Seattle Pacific College. Si  llillllll fUIIllllilllHlillllll HLII H i Ill IItllillililillllIllillllllli[llll iililiffllliliill R lllll SU in NCAA 19 WINS, S LOSSES, .792 Pet. (Home samOs vn eapltal letters) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEP 7S UC at S. Barbara../2 Tresvant, R 14 St MarY's ......... M Tresvant, 21 I)7 MONTANA STATE.7| Phllllgs, 11 91 IDAHO STATE .... 87 V'rmlllloa, 2Y TS ST. MARY'S ....... 71) Will,ares, 21) V'rmlllloa, 2tl PORTLAND ...... 117 Williams, 25 74 Brigham Young'...77 Wheeler, 17 81 Wahlngten State* 79 Vermll'n, 18 t2 LOUIslaM State*...M Tresvant, 29 t00 Arizona State ..... 6 V'rmll'n, 27 S3 Arizona ........... 59 Yresvanf, 2S 75 IDAHO ........... 89 Williams, 14 Trasvant, 14 S0 DAYTON ......... 13 V'rmll'n, 17 &l Idaho ............. 57 Yurney,t3 Williams, 15 Trasvaat, 13 that just didn't know how to quit. Prep barely eked out a 49- 47 playoff victory Wednesday over the Irish at Seattle U and what a game that was to de- cide the Seattle Catholic play- off title. AND ST. MARTIN'S is only one game away from the State Class A Tournament after an easy 63-53 romp over Monte- sano in Olympia Saturday. The Rangers' moment of truth comes this Saturday in Long- view. But the inspirational award should go to Dick Naish's Irish, who had two "must" games to undergo. Friday O'Dea nipped Blanchet, 62-61, at SU. The win partly came through the efforts of three Mikes -- Bet- ridge with 20 and the deciding free throw the last 20 seconds, Bourgault with 15 and Coolen with 10. Then came the Tuesday showdown w i t h arehrival Prep. An O'Dea win would give both teams a 3-1 mark in the eity playoff. And that's what happened with Coolen and Bourgnult both bagging 20 each for O'Dca's 71-61 vic- tory. Wednesday's "rubber" game was a natural for the two per- ennial antagonists. And the de- cision was never final until the last second of the game. Prep led, 49-47, the last 14 seconds. Futile field goal at- tempts by the Irish and cold- shooting at the free throw by the Panthers gave the packed house heart burns. Jim Harney's Panthers put the clamps on O'Dea's John Cordova Kiefer and Tim Fountain but couldn't quite contain the three Mikes, all of whom ended in double figures. Neither could the Irish con- tain Dennis Dorrateague, who wound up Prep's hero with 21 blistering points. Steve Conklin was another thorn with 11 points and combined heads-up play on the floor with Dor- ratcague. SO NOW the Panthers meet the Mount Vernon Bulldogs sometime about 8:45 this Fri- day at Burlington-Edison High for their first district appear- ance. There's a pot of tournament gold awaiting them if the Panthers san survive that gauntlet. Pushed to the limit by the Irish, Prep deserves the opportunity to go after it. Recaps: FEUDIN' FRIDAY O'DEA 62, BLANCHET 61. High for the Irish: MIke Berrldge, 20, Mike Bourgault, 15, and Mike Cealen, 10; for the Braves: Steve Blagham, 22, and Marry McCarthy, 10. Hal,time: 36-32, O'Dea. NCA and Seattlo Ca- tholic clty playoff at SU. SEATTLE PREP 76, BELLINGHAM 59. Hlgh far the Panthers: Jim Yon* ker, 17, Dennis Dorratcague, 16, and Steve Conklln, IS; for the Red Raiders: Curt Geraer, 22. Halftlme: 30-28, Prep. Western Conference In Bolllngham. BELLARMINE 73, STADIUM SO. High for the LIons: Stove Ring, 19, Carl HIIden, 15, MIke Trot,on, 10, and Bob York, 10; for the Tigers: Bob Slaan, 17. Half,linG: 28-27, Cellar- mine. Tacoma City League at Uni- versity of Puget Sound. DRAMATIC SATURDAY ST MARTIN'S 63, MONTESANO 53. High for the Rangers: Dan Snyder, 15, Jim Hannam, 14. Pat Schreck, 12 and Pat McLaughlln, 12; for the Bulldogs: Dennis Frlzzoll, 17 and Jim Johansen, 12. Holftlme: 29-26, Monte- sanG. Central League section of the Southwest Washington District Class A Tournament In Olympia. EXCITING TUESDAY O'DEA 71, SEATTLE PREP 61. High far the Irish: Mike Coolen, 20, Mike BoargauIt, 20, and Tim Fountain, 13; for the Panthers: Jim Yanker, 26, Dennis Dorratcague, 10, and Mike Tronquet, 10 Halftlme: 43-32, Prep. NCA and Seattle Catholic city play- off at SU. DECISIVE WEDNESDAY SEATTLE PREP 49, O'DEA 47. High for the Panthers: Dennis Dorrateague, 21, Steve Conklln, 11, Jim Yanker, 8 Mike Tronqaet, 5, and Tom Garman, 4; for the Irish: Mike Ceelen, 13, Mike Eoargault, 12, Mike Eerrldge, 12, Tim Fountain, S, and John Klefer, 5. Halftlme: 23-20, Prep. Seattle Cath- olic plaYoff at SU. FYA names top youth An Immaculate High School sophomore has been named Youth of the Year by the Filipino Youth Activities of Seattle. She is Linda Flares, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seve- 1OO pEPPERDINE ...T/ Vermll'n, 3 re Flares, 6812 44th Ave. S. 79 OREGON STATE 85 Williams, 20 105 MEMPHIS STATE aS Williams, aO in St. Edward's Parish 17 U at PuSat Sound 80 Wmlamt,21 Also named FYA Teen Girl 98 Oonzoga ........ tO Williams, 26 72 Oregon Stato ..... 76 Williams, 25 lU GONZAGA ....... 88 Tresvant, 35 98 Utah State ..... 94 Tresvant, 20 L1 Idaho State .... 82 Williams, 20 Vermillion, 20 SS Montana State .. 911 Vermillion, 22 2048 24-9ame totals 1816 *Far West Classic In Portland. NEXT -- University of Portland Feb- ruary 28 In Portland and Oregon State University March 10 for ,ha NCAA Far West Regional flrst.reond same at University of Oregon In Eugene. l lfflllIH !IIIIIII!UllHII II!]h IJIIISHIIIliltlIIHtFII Ill i I In IIIlff flIIIllllllllIIITIl:llllllllIliillll and Boy of the Year at Cer- emonies, climaxing this year's observance of Filipino Youth Week, were Feling Ordona, 17, Immaculate High junior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sin- teresa Ordona, 420 Broadway in St. James Cathedral Par- ish; and Douglas (Skip) Capili, 17, Garfield High senior, son Mr and Mrs. Miguel Capili, LINDA FLARES 6009 33rd Ave. S. in St. Ed- ward's Parish. Named Moderators of the Yhar were Mrs. Rosette Pin- ,ado of Immaculate Parish and Ben J. Consego of St. Peter's Parish. Eleven Cub Scouts from St. Monica's Parish Cub PacR S u n d a y re- ceived the coveted Parvuli Dei Award in the parish church. The number, winning the highest Church award for the Cubs, may go down in archdi- ocesan annals as the biggest from one parish in a single ceremony. Receiving the awards from Father John McLaughlin, par- ish priest youth director and scout institutional representa- tive, were the following stu- dents of St. Monica's School. Eric Boehmer, 9, fourth grader, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Bernard Boehmer, 2424 W. Mer- cer Way. G a r y Brongil, 10, fourth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brongil, 3008 70th SE. Michael CalIero, 10, fourth grader, son of Dr. and Mrs. Vern L. Callero, 8444 SE 40th St. Kevin Carey, 10, fifth grader, son of Mr. and James Carey, 6140 SE 90th St. Michael Gribaudo, 9, fourth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roliand Gribaudo, 2914 70th Ave. SE. David Himmelsbaeh, '10, a fifth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Himmelsbach, of 5016 84th Ave. SE. The father is the cubmaster. James Meckley, 10, fourth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Meckley, 2420 63rd Ave. SE. Jeffrey Owings, 10, fourth grader, son of Mr. /nd Mrs. John Owings, 2 Lindley Lane. Nell Skok, I0, fifth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skok, 4752 91st Ave. SE. Gregory Sullivan, 10, fdurth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan, 4315 90th Ave. SE. Steven Wade, 10, fifth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wade, 3500 90th Ave. SE.- The ceremony marks the first Par, all Dei award presentation held in the parish. Established last year, the cub pack has in- creased from its seven charter members to 41 boys, assigned to six dens. St. BernadetteSs men issue hoop challenge A challenge to a basketball game has been issued by the St. Bernardetto's men's team to other parish men's teams in the Greater Seattle area. St. Bernardette's has a 3-1 record in the South King County League. The SEahurst Junior High gymnasium is available for games Tuesdays from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Any answers to this challenge may be directed to AI Bright, CH 4-4369. St. Martin's comes up with a league winner MEET THE St. Martin's High School Rangers, 1963-64 Greg Cox, Paul Klinkosz, Jim Hannam, 6.4 junior who leads champions of the East Central League, just one game away the team in scoring with a 16-plus average, John Feeney, from a berth in the State Class A tournament March 4-7 in Dave Berschauer and Jeff Reynolds. Other Rangers are Tacoma. The Olympians are coached by Dale Behles Mike Vest, Tom Hulber and Jay Gill.- (Photo byMerle (center) and include (from left) Dan Snyder, Jeff Feeney, lank) Ken Youmans, Pat Schreck, Jeff Smith, Pat McLaughlin, CYOers 'hoop' it up Hail, the new deanery champs Hail, the 1964 CYO deanery basketball champ- ions. In the Tacoma Leagues, embracing the western deanery, they are: St. Patrick's of Tacoma for the girls' cadettes. St. Patrick's again for the boys' midgets. All Saints of Puyallup for the girls' spartanettes. In the central deanery--embrdcing the Greater Seattle and King County area--they are: Assumption of Seattle for the girls' spartanettes. St. Joseph's of Seattle for the girls' cadet,as. St. Anthony's of Renton for the boys' midgets. Assumption again for the boys' sophomores. Christ the King of Seattle for the boys' seniors. Still to be deqided are the cadet races for both the central deanery and Tacoma and the spartan race in Tacoma. S First a run-down on the Tacoma League winners All Saints won its first spartanette title by skimming through their league with a 6-0 record under the coaching of Mrs. Ray Schuler. All Saints' starting "six" was Ruth McLean, Rose Wilson, Sylvia Boyle, Agnes Gallagher, Mary PHchEr and Bonnie Star- kovich. The team was rounded out by Mary Schuler, Karen Steiner, Pare Folk, Becky Shape, Katie Cline and Mary Gallagher. WINNING THEIR SECOND crown in two years, St. Patrick's cadet,as finished with a 7-1 record with Mrs. Joyce Chapman at the coaching helm. The starting "six" was Joan Plowden, Connie Chapman, Margn Kodonovich, Paula Martin, Pat Leedom and Diane Lasby. Making up the balance of the championship squad were Marianne Soper, Susan, Gibbs, Chris Handley, Nora Mulane, Mary Harkins, Sandy Deering, Chris Colonhraro, Marie Val- desuso and Maureen TrEtton, the younger sister of Bellarmine eager, Mike Tretton. Also winning their second title in a row, St. Patrick's mid- gets compiled a 7-1 record in the cadet league with their only loss coming Sunday to St. Leo's, 24-12. COACH GEORGE COLTER'S starting five are Mike Koenigs and Rick Simpson at forwards; Paul West, brother of Bellar- mine's Fred West, at center, and John Galbraith and Rodger Keen at guards. Rodger is also the defending state tennis champion for 12-year-aids and under and the tennis championship trophy holder of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia Clay Courts tournaments. Other St. Patrick's players are Jack Wilson, Frank Me- Hugh, Jeff Wilson, Jim Morgan, Bob Anderson and Dave 3orgenson. St. Patrick's is an automatic entry in the CYO State-Wide Tournament, scheduled March 7-8 at Seattle. AND NOW THE winners in the central deanery: Coached by Mrs. John Gillingham--recent CYO national Pro DEE et Juventute Award winner, Assumption beat St. Luke's, 30-23, Sunday at Seattle Prep for the spartanette title. Assumption's starting "six" includes Sandra Gillingham, Margaret Donahue and Denise Desehen at forwards and Joan Crippan, Peggy Corby and Patty Rudeen at guards. Others on the roster: Mary Carboy, Nancy Padden, Maureen Fitzgerald, Susan Hessen, Joan Tardiff, Charleen Ryan, Julie Rose, Shirley Boyle, Joan Beck, Thelma Oeasion, Margaret Gehagen, Terry Catania, Margaret Hurray and Diane Ihrig. Assumption finished the season with a 4-0 record in the spartanette south division and 5-0 for the title-winning year. Assumption was paced in the championship game by Margaret Donahue with 16 points and Sandra Gillingham with 14. GRABBING THE eadette title with a 30-27 victory over Blessed Sacrament Sunday also at Prep, St. Joseph's is coached by Carol Wagner. Leading St. Joseph's was Donna Duncan, who scored 16 points in the title game and 28 altogether in the eadette tourna- ment. St. Joseph's starters were Donna Duncan, Cheryl Barnhart and Caron Bangasser at forwards and Corky McGulgun, Mary Beth Podd and Denise Santi at guards. Also on the St. Joseph's team were Bonnie Gaffney and Carol Bangasser, Caron's twin sister. St. Joseph's won the eadette east division with E 7-I record and finished the year 9-1. The year isn't quite over for the girls. Sixteen cadette teams will play in the third annual Christ the King Invitation Tourna- ment this weekend. All games with the finals this Sunday are in the parish gym. A post-season coaches' and coordinators' meeting will also be held at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the CYO Office, according to Mrs. Lea Lorraine, girls' hoop commissioner. S aS ST. ANTHONY'S TOPPED St. Luke's, 36-18, to win the boys' midget title Sunday at Seattle U. The victory gave the Renton hoopsters their second midget title in three years. St. Anthony's starters, made up nf fifth and sixth graders, include Vince Kauzlarieh and either Pat Nash or Jerry Forniglia at forwards, Bobby Bnnasky at center and Stephen Willenborg and Tommy Kauzlarieh (Vince's younger brother) at guards. Other St. Anthony's players are Steve Flynn, Fred Bowen Scott Carlson, Rodney Anardi, Tom Leonard and Danny Kief- ner, the younger brother of O'Dea star, John Kiefer." St. Anthony's, coached by Fred Bowea, finished second in the midget south division with a 7-1 record arid is now 10-1 for the season. Assisting Bowen was John Willenborg, brother of Father Lawrence Willenborg, who is pastor of St. Vincent dc Paul's Parish in Federal Way. Bobby Banasky is the nephew of Father August Banasky of All Saints Parish in Puyailup. A feature in the midget consolation round was Mark Jar- muth's 20 points, pacing Sacred Heart of Bellevue to a 37-27 win over St. Plus X. FINISHING 8-0 in the all-city sophomor e league, Assumption was paced by Bill Petschl, Tom McMullen and Tom McMullen at forwards, Earl Adolphson at center and Ran Gustafson at and Greg Fitzgerald at guards. The Assumption soph roster is rounded out by Dick Taylor, Chuck Pomianett, Mark Beaned, Ed McCormick and Bob Fris- bie. Their coach is Tom Petschl. Christ the King took a 50-46 win over St. Paul's Sunday at SU for the senior crown. It was the first deanery win for Tom Clark in his six coaching years. Christ the King canned 20 of 27 for a 74 per cent shooting tempo from the free throw line in the championship match. Nick Kauny paced the winners with 15 points. Starting for Christ the King were Nick KenRy and Mark Simpson at forwards, Greg Antoncich Rt center and Pat Park and Bill Helman at guards. Other team members Ere Don Johnson, Steve Cline, Jim Hudson, Jeff Anderson, Gary Lasatar and Rick Ra,venscroft. Assisting Clark was Jack Holborn in his first coaching year. There's still more fo come There's more to come in the CYO tournament scene. First in the age groupings is the spartan tourney, settling this Sunday at the Seattle University Memorial Gym- nasium the central deanery championship. THEN THERE is the central deanery cadet gathering this Saturday and Sunday also at Seattle U, thus setting up the big 16-team CYO State-Wide Tournament March 7-8 again at SU. AND AT BELLARMINE High School in Tacoma comes also this Saturday and Sunday the annual CYO Archdiocesan Teen Tournament for four sophomore teams and 12 senior entries. The particulars: For the Spartans St. Joseph's, south winner, will tangle with north winner, Assumption, at 12 noon. St. Alphonsus, north runnerup, will meet south rnnnerup St. Monica's or St. Benedict's, both of which will break the tie in a playoff this week. The championship game follows at 6:40 with the consolation game scheduled at 5:20. Quaterfina[ rounds will begin at 10 a.m. this Saturday the central deanery cadet tournament .... DEANERY FIRST-PLACE champions, which got an auto- matic berth to the quarterfinals, are St. Anthony's of Renton, St. Paul's, Our Lady of Fatima and St. Mark's, all of Seattle. They will be facing the survivors of the opening round held Sunday at Blanehet. These are Briscoe of Kent, St. Monica's of Mercer Island. Our Lady of the Lake and St. Joseph's, both of Seattle. SUNDAY'S CHAMPIONSHIP final is at 8 p.m. The top four survivors will advance to the state tournament. For the sophomores .... The annual archdiocesan teen tourney will be held at Bellarmine this Saturday and Sunday with CYO Tacoma athletic director Jeff Buhr directing the show for the third time. One sophomore team apiece will represent the Vancouver and Olympia districts, in all likelihood St. Michael's for the latter. From Seattle will come Assumption, league winner, and St. Monica's of Mercer Island, the runnerup. Championship time is 5:20 Sunday. For the seniors The archdiocesan senior winner will be decided in the championship finale at 6:40 Sunday. THE ROAD to that contest will be an ardous one for 12 teams. The entries include St. Edward's, Shelton; Assumption, Bell- ingham; St. Michael's, Olympia; St. Frances Cabrini and Holy Cross, both of Tacoma; Christ the King, St. Paul's and Holy Rosary, all of Seattle; plus two teams from the Everett dis- trict and one each from the Vancouver and Bremerton dis- tricts. CYO pennan progress Central deanery tourney results Girls' basketball SPARTANETrES CHAMPIONSHIP Assumption 30, SI. Luke 23. CADETTES SEMIFINALS Blessed Sacrament 16, Christ the King 14. St. Joseph S0, St. Anthony 20. CHAMPIONSHIP St. Jeseph 38, Blessed Sacrament 27. Boys' basketball MIDGETS OPENING ROUND St. Joseph 27, Sacred Heart (B] 21. QUARTERFINALS St. Anthony 26, Assumption 24. St. Joseph 25, St. Alphonses 18. St. Bernadette 37, St. Plus 17. St. Luke 2S, Sacred Heart (B) lB. CONSOLATION ROUND Assumption 42, St. Alphonsus 2S. Sacred Heart (E) ST, St. Plus 27. SEMIFINALS St. Anthony 25, St. Joseph 24. St. Luke 31, St. Bernadette 23 (over- time). CONSOLATION FINALS Assumption 42, Sacred Heart (B) 26 (winner In tourth place). St. Bernadette 23, St. Joseph 22 (win- ner In third place). CHAMPIONSHIP St. Anthony 36, St. Luke 18. CADETS OPENING ROUND Brlscoa 33, St. John 37. St. Monlce 38, Sacred Heart Villa 23. Lady of ,ha Lake 33, St. Edward 32. St. Joseph 51, St. Margaret 23. SENIORS OPENING ROUND Christ the Klog 44, Assumption 39. QUARTERFINALS Christ the King, SO, St. Anthony 34. St. Joseph 38, Blessed Sacrament 37. St. Paul 48, Assumption 47. Holy Rosary Sl, St. Teresa 47. CONSOLATION ROUND Blessed Sacrament 53, St. Anthony 44. St. Teresa 46, Assamptlon 45. SEMI FINALS Christ tha King 36, St. Joseph 33. St. Paul 43, Holy Rosary 41. CONSOLATION FINALS St. Teresa 47, Blessed Sacrament 42 (winner In fourth place). Holy Rosary 40, St. Joseph 36 (win. nor In third place}. CHAMPIONSHIP Christ the King 50, St. Paul 4d;. Tacoma results Girls' basketball CADETTES St. Ann 25, Holy Cross 11. All Saints 19, St. Patrick 14. Bays' basketball MIDGETS St. Leo EIues 24, St. Patrick 12. Holy Rosary 17, Sacred Heart 16. St. Frances Reds 25, St. Frances Whites 6. St. Ann 19, St. Lea Whltes IS. SPARTANS St. Patrick 38, St Frances 22. Holy Resory 16, St. Charles 9. CADETS Visitation 30, St. Patrick Whites 21. St. Ann 24, Holy Cross 23. St. Patrick Greens 44, Sacred Heart 27. St. Leo 36, All Salnls 31. Sacred Heart 39, St. Leo 38. Holy Cross 25, St. Patrick Whites 4). Holy Rasary 23, St. Ann 22. St. Patrick Greens 23, Oellarmlne Cub Blues 22. All Saints 39, Bellarmine Cub Whites 37. Tacoma finals Girls' basketball SPARTANETI'ES W L W L All Saints .... 6 0 Holy Cross ...2 4 St. Patrick ...4 2 Holy Rosary ..g S CADETrES st. Patrick ...7 1 Holy Cross ...2 S All Saints .... 6 2 Sacred Heart .0 St. Ann ...... 5 S Bays' basketball MIDGETS St. Iatrlck ...7 1 Sacred Heart .3 S St. Lee n ...6 2 St. Ann ...... 2 6 St. Frances R6 2 St. Frances W 2 6 Holy Rosary ..6 2 S*t. Lea W ...0 S Holy Cress .... 4 4 HOLY CROSS BROTHERS CYO Passion Play is set A east of 203 teenagers will present two perform- ances of "The Crucifixion," the CYO Passion Play, Sun- day, March 15, in the Seattle Center Arena. Curtain times will be at 4 and 7 p.m. The musical background will be provided by the Seat- tle Youth Symphony Orches- tra and a massed chorale of high school students. 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