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10THE PROGRESS Friday, March 8, 1763 Teens seek CYO crOWsnS St. Paul's midgets show off hardware ST. PAUL'S shows off the hardware after beating St. Anthony's of Renton, 27-23, for the CYO central deanery midget championship Sunday at Seattle University. Team members from left are (first row) Bill Hays, Kelly Courage with the southern division trophy, Joe Kristof with the permanent deanery award, Frank Tomich with the travel. ing deanery trophy and Doug Silva; (second row) Joe Gassier , Gary Johnson, Mike Harris, Steve Lambrecht, Jim Kristof, Paul Pezzella and Bill Taylor; and coach Jack Courage and Father Thomas Quinn, parish priest youth director. Sporting an 11-0 midget record, St. Paul's has won more than 25 games, including practice and non-league con- tests during the season. Another highlight was winning the midget south league. Spartan cup goes to St. John's ANOTHER deanery cup was won by St. John's when its spartan team beat St. Mat- show's 29-25, Sunday for the seventh.grade title. St. John's spartan champions, now with a 9-1 record, from left are (first row)David O'Leary, Mike Dennis, Greg Miles, Ken Marshbank and Bob Doty; (second row) Pat Kalk, Grant Johnson, John Dennis, JimLyons and Dan Myers; and head coach Sanford Johnson. St. John's finished sac- mee is slaed in Tacoma F o u r sophomore and four senior teams from six cities in Western Washington will get the CYO Teen Club Archdiocesan BaH- ........ ketba Tournament off to a fly- ........ ing start this Saturday in Bel- : larmine High School's gymnas- mm in Tacoma. : i Opening Saturday pairings for : the sophomores follow: :ii? St Joseph's of Tacoma vs. Holy Rosary of Seattle at 10 a.m.; St. Anthony's of Renton vs. Our Lady of Perpetual Help of Everett, at 11:20 a.m.; Our Lady Star of the Sea of Brem- erton vs. St. Teresa's of Seattle at 12:40 p.m.; and Immaculate Conception of Everett vs. As- sumption of Seattle, at 2 p.m. The seniors follow this Satur- day schedule with Assumption of Seattle vs. Star of the Sea of Bremerton at 3:20 p.m.; St. John's of Seattle vs. Immacu- late Conception of Everett at 4:40 p.m.; Our Lady of the Lake of Seattle vs. Sacred Heart of .Tacoma at 6 p.m.; and St. Paul's of Seattle vs. Assumption of Bellingham. All semifinals will be Sunday with the sophomores going at 12 noon and 1:20 p.m. and seniors at 2:40 and 4 p.m. T h e sophomore champion- ship will be decided at 5:20 p.m. and the senior title at 6:40 p.m. @ Cadets await big one Eight teams from seven cities are preparing this week for the CYO Grade School Archdioces- an Basketball Tournament Sat- urday and Sunday, March 16-17, at Seattle University's Memor- ial Gymnasium. Representing the c e n t r a 1 deanery will be Sacred Heart Whites of Bellevue, St. Antho- ny's of Renton, St. Francis of Assisi of Seahurst and Assump- tion of Seattle. These t e a m s emerged in that top four order in Sunday in the Deanery tour- nament. From the western deanery will come St. Patrick's of Taco- ma, coached by Joe Harkins and sporting an 8-0 record, and St. Ann's of Tacoma. Coached by Eldon Barker, St. Ann's beat Star of the Sea of Brem- erton, 49-21, Wednesday in a deanery playoff. Representing t h e southern Count BlancheS among state L tourney s 4-day elite tenants By FRED CORDOVA ham slow down Don Zech's warriors, the Braves have another shot at the tourney door by returning to play a second game Saturday in Bell- ingham against Cascade. Game times both nights are at 7:30. Blancher's 23rd con- secutive victory without a de- feat this season should come Friday night. THE ARCHDIOCESAN con- structional school's v a r s i t y team got to the playoff's title event by sinking Snohomish, 60-49, last Friday and then re- turning Saturday to Burling- ton to topple Oak Harbor, 64- 39. Tom Workman made his season's highest output--35, in the Oak Harbor game. Steve Bingham was second for the Braves with eight. Blanchet led at the half, 20-14. Workman led the attack with 25 points against Snohomish much to the dismay of highly- partisan Skagit territorial fans. Jim Miller countered with 12 and Major with 10 for Blan- chet. From the official box score, Two games and 300 miles down and one v e r y important contest and 200 miles more to go. That's the situation facing the Blanchet Braves on their mighty surge to the State High School Class AA Tournament, which opens next Wednesday for four hectic days in the Uni- versity of Washington Ed- mundson Pavilion. COUNT THE Braves among the 16 elite teams in that classic tournament. Sure the Braves, represent- ing all Catholic schools in the Archdiocese, will have to get past t h e Burlington- Edison Tigers this Friday in the Northwest Washington District One p 1 a y o f f championship game at Bellingham High. But even without starter 3ohn Major, ailing because of a sprained ankle, in the lineup, the Braves could beat the Northwest League co- champ. Should traveling up and down from Seattle to Belling- deanery will be Our Lady of Good Help 'of Hoquiam, which toppled SS. Aegidius and Ma- Seattle. end to Sacred Heart of Bellevuein the spartan southern division, ry's, 33-31, to earn the ticket tOseattle.our Lady Queen o| Angels of SUamldaho game Port Angeles will carry the ban- ner of the northern deanery into the archdiocesantourney, looks like sell out im Here's how oud think it was Oregon State coming to Se- attle to play Seattle Univ.rsity for the right to ent a __aeanery looks NCAA Far West Regiovals the way the fans ar Here are the line scores and searching for tickets to he Chieftain-University c top scoring leaders of the cen- Idaho game this Saturday in the Civic Center Arena. tral deanery tourney, played The Chtefs play host to Gus ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,, Sunday at SU: 3"ohnson and the rest of Joe , Midgets Cipriano's Vandals in SU's final Al I the way m NC St. Paul 27, St. Anthony 23 (champion. home contest before going to 20 WINS, 5 LOSSES, 800 St.Shn)ihony 30, Holy Rosary 2"/ (semi. Eugene to meet the OSU Be a- Home games In capital letters) stf.ln/)ul 9, Assumption 17 (semifinal). vers next vlonaay m me lbAe_ su OPPONENTS BIG Cl Holy Rosary 24, Lady of tho Lake lg. regional playoff. 6o OREGON STATE SEhMIles, 17 St. Anthony 34, St. Alphonsus 15. SU's V" ' ^ g5 IDAHO STATE .. 6GMiles, 37 St. Paul 46, St. Matthew 21. lC[Ory over uregon 109 TENNESSEE ST. $7 Miles, 36 Saturda at Eu ene is heloin n Dayton ..........  Miles, Assumption 31, St. John 28. " b Y .. g , , -- ," 76 Xavier .......... 74 Miles, 29 INDMDUAL SCORING to east me expectea targe at- , Loyola (Chicago). 93 Miles, 25 Battle of All-Americans THESE TWO exceptionally talented athletes, Oregon State's Terry Baker (center) and Seattle U's Eddie Miles (right), will be among the court-studded luminaries at the NCAA Far West Regional playoff game next Monday in Eugene Another SU star is John Tresvant. Miles Friday was named to the Associated Press and United Press All- America third teams. Baker, football's all.everything, re- ceived honorable mention from both wire services. Winner of the SU.OSU match will advance to the regionals March 15-16 in Prove, Utah. This Progress sports photo by Charley Heib as taken last winter when SU edged OSU, 74-73, in attle to play Seattle University for the right to enter NCAA Far West Regionals the way the fans are searching for tickets to the Chieftain-University of I IN IltllLIIIllllilllitllllllll IfllllllLlllllllllllltfl I]liFlllllLIlllfl lift ilrllllllfl illllllllllllll All the way in NCAA hikes-- 20 WINS, S LOSSES, .800 Pet. BIG CHIEF 3-game sarles--John Zegschwed, St. tendance this Saturday. 77 California t * ... 85 Miles, 33 8S Idaho t ......... 71 Williams, 23 And it'll be the last time home-town fans will get a chance to see Eddie Miles, Ernie Dunston, Bob Smither, Jim Preston and Leon Geck- er in action. They are all seniors. The Chiefs grabbed their 20th win of the season with a 78-71 conquest over the Oregon Ducks in their own barnyard. For the Chiefs, it was the fourth win over Oregon in seven meetings since 1953. MILES PLAYED his better game with a 32 points, followed by Dunston with 19. The Chiefs the night before kept their offense under wraps to contain the University of Portland Pilots, 69-61. This sea- son sweep over Portland makes it 43 for SU and 15 for UP since 1948. Steve Anstett, former Bel- larmine High star, wound up with game honors and 22 points. Miles had 21, John Tresvant 11 and Smither 10. Varsity game time is at 8 p.m. this Saturday. SU's fresh Papooses will meet Enumclaw in a Northwest League game at 6 p.m. 75 Arlzonot ......... 59 Miles, 19 103 MONTANA ST. 79 Miles, 30 59 Montana State ... 71 Miles, 14 71t Idaho State ...... 72 Vermllllea, 22 55 Montana State U. 54 Miles, 20 0 GONZAGA ...... 59 Miles, 24 64 LOYOLA (L.A.).. 45 Miles, 34 102 Loyola (L.A.) ... Sg Miles, 25 9S ST. MARY'S ....  Miles, 30 60 Oregon State ..... 66 Miles, 23 100 MONT. ST. U .... 63 Tresvant, 25 82 U. of PACIFIC.. 56 Dunston, 20 Miles, 20 102 PORTLAND ..... ]2 Miles, 42 77 Idaho ............ 72 Miles, 25 73 Gcazaga ......... 75 Miles, 22 69 Portland .......... 61 Miles, 32 75 Oregon ............ 71 Miles, 21 2016 2S-game totals... 18 NEXT -- Unlverslly of Idaho March 9 in Seattle and Oregon State University March 11 In Eugene for the playoff to the NCCAA Far West Reglonals March 15-16 in Prove, Utah. t Far West (lassie. Overtime. IlI1]]{;[llllJ/lll]lllrllllllll[lll/llllfllll] f llfflflfllleeflglflllllllJllll[[lllllffltilllrllllllH iii "YOU AND OUR FIVE HIGH SCHOOLS: Are you, by means of prayer seeking God's bless- ings In this undertaking and, through financiel support, mak- ing these schools a livin9 monu- ment to your Catholic Faith?" SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR BUSINESS MEN'S 00SSURANCE WHITE HENRY STUART EUILDING SEATTLE MAin 2-18E1 Northwest Catholic Association W L Pet. GBL* Blanchel ..............  0 1.000 Seattle Prep .......... 3 3 .$00 3 O'Dea ................ 2 4 .333 4 Bellarmlno ........... 1 S .167 S *Games Behind Leader it appeared that the Seattle Halftime: 25-20, Lincoln. visitors m a y have been coma City League at "homered" by the men in TUESDAY'S HURRAH stripe shirts. Blanchet had BELLARMINE 71, Stadium 65. 26 personals called against High for the Lions: Bill Wyn- them as opposed to 11 for keep, 27, and Gary Ruffo, 13; Snohomish. for the Tigers: Bob Salatlno, Workman played most of the 20, Bruce Sanderson, 10, and last quarter with four while Bob Sloan, 10. Halftime: 29-26, Major and Dick Johnson were Stadium. Tacoma City League expelled with five. Even easy- at Bellarmine. tempered Miller had one tech- nical charged against him be- ,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,m,,,,, sides three personals. Brave hoop whoop Officiating the following night saw Blanchet only drawing 14 22 WINS, 0 LOSSES, 1,000 Pet. personals to 17 against Oak Harbor. THIS WAS the game in which John Major sprained his ankle. But Zech says he'll be ready to go in the state tourna- ment. So will the rest of the Braves, including Mikes Acres, Dave Dillon, Dean Droppel- man, Dick Burns, Eugene Dun- can, Don Ordonia and Ed Olson. When you come to the state tourney to root for Blanchet next week, you don't have to bring a Papal flag. Just have a strong voice and a few extra prayers handy. 64 Oak Harbor** .... 39 Workman BELLARMINE snapped a nine-game losing slump Tuesday lSeS z-game tuluts ..0 Workman, $ Next -- Burllngton-Edlsea March g by beating Stadium, 71-65, to In Belllngham for the Northwest Wash- to notch a 7-13 season record. Ington District One championship and berth to State Class AA Tournament Bellarmine recaps: March 13-16 at the University of Wash- FRIDAY'S ENCOUNTER tngton. Lincoln 54, BELLARMINE 45. *Northwest Catholic Association 'Westorn Conference High for the Abes: Dav Wil- SSeattle Prep Christmas Invitational tiaras, 27, and Gary Walker, Tournament **Northwest Washington District I 10; for the Lions: Bill Wyn- playoffs. (Home games In capitol letters) OPPONENTS BIG BRAVE S4 Bothell .......... 38 Workman,20 $6 HUDSON'S BAY 43 Workman,2S 77 Bellarmlne* ..... 44 Workman, 29 54 SHORECREST .. 26 Werkmaa, 26 68 Wenatchoef ..... 49 Workman, 22 73 Everett ........ 44 Workman, 25 Sl O'Deat .......... 32 Workman, 2g 59 Cascadef ........ 48 Workman, 16 d4 WENATCHEEt 36 Workman, 66 EVERETTt ..... 36 Workmaa, 57 O'DEA* ......... 30 Workman 54 BOTHELL ...... 40 Werkman, 2S 81 BELLINGHAMI" 40 Miller, 19 Workman, 18 $9 SEATTLE PREP*t 49 Workman, 31 67 BELLARMINE 56 Workman,2S S7 Everettt ........ $#; Mtller, 2O Workman, t 63 CASCADES ..... 26 Workman, lE Miller, 10 Maler, Ig 77 Belilnghamf .... $4 Workman,32 71 Seattle Prop*$ .. 3!; Workman, 16 Malor, 16 $30'Doa* .......... 39 Workman, 1 0 Snohomlsh** ...... 49 Workman, I Registrations open for camp00 Opening day for the 1963 CYO summer camp- ing season gets underway March 15 in the Archdiocese. Applications to CYO Camps Blanche,, Don Bosco and Ca- brini for nine to 14-year-old boys and girls will be available by that Friday from pastors, Sister superiors of schools and at the main CYO Office. Approximately 2,400 are ex- pected to enroll for the CYO's 13th camping season. Camp dates for each 10-day session follow: CAMP BLANCHET on Raft Island near Gig Harbor-- For boys--l) June 17-26; 2) June 29-July 8; 3) July 11-20; For girls--4) July 25-August 3; 5) August 6-15; 6) August 17-26. CAMP DON BOSCO near Car- nation-- For girls--l) June 18-27; 2) July 1-10; 3) July 13-22; For boys--4) July 27-August 5; 5) August 7-16; 6) August 19-28. CAMP CABRINI by Beaver lake near Issaquah-- For boys--l) June 18-27; 2) July 1-10; 3) July 13-22; For girls--4) July 27-August 5; 5) August 7-16; 6) August 18-27. Camp activities will also in- clude mountain hikes for older boys and the senior girls camp. Camp Nanamake mountain Marian Award Workshop in Olympia OLMPIA-- A Marian Award workshop will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, March 18, in St. Michael's Parish Hall. Representatives of Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls and Junior Catholic Daughters d America from the southern deanery are urged to attend. FOR A NEW OR USED lr CHEVROLET Call Bellevue's Sacred Heart tops cadets PLAYERS for Sacred Heart of Bellevue capped a perfect two.year campaign as a team when the Whites won the CYO central deanery cadet title Sunday at SU by beating St; Anthony's of Renton, 51-32. They are from left (first row) Keith (Kip) Jackson, John Gross, Brant Ori'ico, Ran Bertrand and Jim McGuire; (second row) Chuck Ban- nick, Greg Giblin, 'Te/'ry McDermott, Don Kardong, Paul Nowak and Brian Gough; and co.coaches John Kosich (left) and Martin Groseclose. Sporting a cadet record of 11-0, the boys have compiled some 28 straight games in two years including spartan and non-league competition. They are cadet east titlists. : Ex-Husky star leads Assumption seniors , ASSUMPTION, behind the head coaching of former University of Washington star Earle Irvine, copped the CYO central deanery senior crown with a 53.42 victory over St. John's Sunday at SU. Compiling a league record of 10.0 from left are (first row) Steve Mathews, Pat Presentine, Tom Petschl Jr., Mark Morrison and Rob Martin; (second row) Dan Cathy, Bill Frank, George Dalton, Larry Kiichli; Mike Matson and ! Tom Lingerfeller; and Tom Petschl St. (left), assistant coach, and Irvine, the ex-Husky ! star and now a Boeing accountant. Assumption's season record is 17-2, including the senior cast division title and other teen-age competition. (Progress Sports Photos by Charley Heib.) Anthony's, 3& 2-game serleSZugschwerdt and Frank Tamlch, St. Paul's, 26. Single game--Tomlch and Joe Krls. tot, St. Paul's, 16. Spartans St. John 29, St. Matthew 25 (champion. ship). St. MatlheW 38, Sacred Heart (Bell.) 34[ (semifinal). St. John 34, St. Luke 30 (semifinal). INDIVIDUAL SCORING 2.soma series--Chris Hennas, St. Mat. thaw's, 30. Single gome.--Honnes, 19. Cadets Sacred Heart Whites (Bell.) 51, St. An- thony 32 (champleashlp). St. Anthony 43, St. Francis 39 (semi. final). Sacred Heart Whites 41, Assumption 37 (semifinal). Assumption 36, Holy Rosary 30. Sacred Heart Whites 38, Blessed Sacra- ment 29. St. Francis 40, St. Plus X 38. st. Anthony 37, st. Alphensus 27. INDIVIDUAL SCORING 3-game serles.-Davo WIIlenborg, St. Anthony's, 49. 2-game serluS.--Wlllenborg, 3. Single game--Willeahorg and Bob Horn, St. Plus X 20. Seniors Assumption 53, St. John 42 (champion- ship). St. John 49, St. Paul 37 (semifinal). Assumption S0, Our Lady of tha Lake 47 (semifinal). St. John 37, St. Joseph 35 (overtlmo) (quarterfinal). St. Joseph 48, Holy Family 36. INDIVIDUAL SCORING series -- Bruce Beckmunn, St. John's, 33. 2-game series -- Jim Morrlsen, As- sumptlon, 30. Single game -- Mike Kaiser, Holy Family, 29. Girls await softball opening While the boys are still try- ing to determine the top arch- diocesan basketball champiSn- ships, the CYO girls' softball league for spartanettes and cadettes will begin Monday. March 25, in the central dean- ery. Mrs. Barbara O'Malley of Christ the King is head com- missioner. St. Francis of Assisi is defending champion. BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD Save Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER Candidates are trained as: Registered Nurses X.Ray and Laboratory Technicians Pharmacists Therapists O/rice Personnel Write: Director of Vocations St. John of God Hospital, Los Angeles 18, Calif. JOHN DES JARLAIS (Day.Jar.Lay) EM. 3-6110 MEMBER LADY OF THE LAKE PARISH LA.R.es312 "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. , EOT.00LL WAY FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED MEIHHART Member of Blessed Sacrament Parish AT Olympic from Hood Canal to Pacific Ocean for boys, 14-18, is from July 11-20. Glacier Peak Climb for boys, 15-18 with previous experience is from July 27 to August 5. Cascade Crest for boys, 14-18, is August 7-16. Senior Girls Camp for 15- year-aids at Camp Blanchet are 1) July 25-August 3; 2) August 6-15; and 3) August 17- 26. Total camp fee for the three CYO camp sites is $30 which does not include required $1 transportation fee to camp, op- tional $1 transportation from camp and $2 or $3 ing money. BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12531 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE SS 1963 EASTER CONTEST 1963 subjec@ 'CRUCIFIXION' To give youths the opportunity for self-expression and to encourage 0/4, Tha Progress invites students from f/m eighth to twelfth grades ;n all Catholic schools and Confraternity at Christian Doctrine classes in the Archdiocese fo participate in 1963 Easter Art The theme is the Crucifixion. Cash prizes, amounting o $165, will ba given to *ha top four finalists of fha central, noHherjli, wesferr and southern dnanar 1 of tha Archdioceslll  Four deanery first-piece awards of $25 each will bo given. An additional $25 swoepstakes award wi{I be given fo fho best of those deanery first-place prize.wlnners. Eight honorable mnnf;onswe for each dnenarywill also be presented. HonOrable manila prizes will bo $5, for ouch studo A/I entries must be drawn with esther b/ack ink or paint, limited to white paper with the boundaries of the entry measuring 8 by 11 inches. Pencil or ball pen drawin will not be accepted. Wor/s bear i scriptural quotations and atfi  /etterings will not be/udgad. Information including fha students' name, age, parents' names, addrass, telephone number, schu or perish CCD class m - bo enclosed. Deadlina for ring entr|os will bo Thursday, March 21. Entrias must be forwarded to: THE PROGRESS 907 TERRY AVE. SEATTLE 4