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8--THE PROGRESS Fridyi Mrch 9, ly62 For the first time in the history of Catholic high school basketball in the Archdiocese, there may be TWO teams from the "papal fold" seeking the coveted cham- ioonshi p in the State Class AA urnarnent starting next Wed- nesday in the University of Washington's Hec S. Edmund- son Pavilion. Catholic prep fans are al. ready assured of one--the Lions Of Bellarmine from Tacoma. The secend possible entry are the Braves of Blancbet, whose home is only three and a half miles from the pavilion "u the crow flies" but who have had to travel to Anocer- tea and Everett for a chance to get into the tournament. Marquette of Yakima was the first Catholic representative by breaking the "sound barrier" in 1936. Then Gonzaga Prep of Spokane appeared in 1946 and again in 1955 and 1958. Bellar- mine entered the bellowed scene in 1949. Seattle Prep made it twice, in 1951 and 1960. O'Dea in its only showing climbed to second place in 1955, the year There may be two of ours in state Boys go after tourney if Blancher wins one more It's CYO boys' basketball championship time and the shooting gets heavy the next two weekends. championship with an II.I rec- ord. Marion Pericin's squad has 18-2 for the season. BLANCHET needs only a win either this Friday or Saturday to gain admission to the state classic. The Braves, roiling over two opponents in the Northwest District AA tourna- ment, will meet high.powered Everett in Everett this Friday. Should the Braves lose and since the tourney playoff is a double-elimination affair, Blan- chat will get another chance Saturday by meeting the win- ner 'of either the Mount Ver- non.Sedro Woolley or Oak Har- bor-Bellingham pairings. If Don Zech's crew passes its test either of the two days, then they're in. As it now stands, many other fans in Seattle and also up north are rooting for the courageous team. Blanchet showed its stuff by handily whipping Mount Ver- non, 62-51, Friday at Anacortes. Mount Vernon is the Northwest League champion. The Braves made it two In a row Monday with a 76-50 thumping over Oak Harbor, also at Anacortes. Recaps of the three important games follow: FRIDAY'S HURRAH BLANCHET 62, Mount Vernon 51. High for the Braves: John Major, 16; Bob Johanson, 14; Tom Workman, 13, and Don Lecher, 12; for the Bulldogs: Dick Moen and Jerry Mont- gomery, 14. Halftime: 27-15, Blanchet. Northwest District Tournament at Anacortes. BELLARMINE 54, Stadium 50. High for the Lions: Frank Zawislak, 34; for the Tigers: Wendell Jones, 15; Dave (Dix. ie) Rowlands, 14, and Lou Pappas, 14. Halftime: 28-18, Bellarmine. Tacoma city se- ries at University of Puget Sound. MONDAY'S STAND BLANCHET 76, Oak Harbor 50. High for the Braves: Work- man, 27; Johanson, 17; Ma- jor, 11, and 3is Miller, 10; IT'S CYO T()IJRNEY TIME: The central deanery tournament for midgets, cadets and seniors will be held this Saturday and Sunday at Seattle University's Memorial Gymnasium. Winners of the central deanery titles become rulers of all they survey in the Greater Seattle area and King County. This conclave will precede the big one--the annual Arch. diocesan Tournament, scheduled Saturday and Sunday, March 17-18. Cadets will battle for crowns at Seattle U and sophomores and seniors at Bellarmine High School's gymnasium in Tacoma. Admission to both tourneys will be 59 cents for adults and 25 cents for CYOers. HERE'S HOW the central deanery cast looks: / St. Joseph's and Our Lady of the Lake will open the first midget playoff at 2 p.m. Saturday, followed by the St. Mark's ,and winner of the St. Anthony's-St. Edward's south division playoff at 3:20 p.m. Midget consolation game will be at 1 p.m. Sunday with the title go at 4:40 p.m. St. Alphonsus and Briscoe begin the cadet warfare at 4:40 Saturday followed by Bellevue's Sacred Heart Whites and Assump- tion at 6 p.m. CADET CONSOLATION is at 3:20 p.m. Sunday and the cham- pionship clate is at 6 p.m. Gonzaga captured third place. BELLARMINE'S second try at the state title may have to be done without the services of its star forward, Don Rowland, who was "laid low" while go- ing for an easy lay-in during the Lions' season finale against, Stadium Friday. Rowland was hurt when a Stadium player attempted to stop his cripple attempt and immediately rushed to St. ,To- seph's Hospital, where he was encased in a cast from the left shoulder to fingertips for two broken.bones in his wrist. But that was all the Lions needed to stop a Tiger rally and4erimly win a 54-50 game. bright spot in the Sta- dium game was a sterling performance by Frank Zawis- Ink, a 6-S senior center, who scored 34 points to break Balinrmine's single game rec- ord of 33, madeby Bob John. son in 1957, Zawislak's 20 free throws in 24 attempts also set another mark .... : The win gave Bellarmine a clear-cut Tacoma city series for the Wildcats: George Gamble, 18, and Dick Kirk,. All of these mentioned cadet teams, champs in their own 14. Halftime: 32-29, Blanchet. divisions, will be given berths in the archdiocesan finale. NW district tourney at And- The senior championship match is scheduled at 7:20 p.m. cortes. Sunday with opening games drawn in the Saturday schedule. deanery titles Renton's brother-act The first two in the north and south divisions automatically Third ti ch rm but Chiefs qualify for the archdloeesan tourney al. r , A third spot has been allotted to the central deanery and will me S 8 8 , playoff.be given to the winner of the divisions' second-place teams' Everett and St. James of Vancouver in the senior grouping. won't be too charm,rig with OSU Bayior hopes to 'shoot cYo HOOP SCOREBOARD: ----- They say that the third around, is a feather in their some ones. Portland U almost the works' at pro game THESE ARE the four Kauzlar;ch brothers, all members of St. Anthony's CYO midget basketball team, which played for the southern division title in a playoff game Thursday against St. Edward's. They are (from left) David, 12; Steve, 11; Tommy, 9; and Vince, 10. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kauzlarich, 12227 148th St. S.E., Renton. 'OTHER ENTRIES in the archdiocesan tourney include: Immaculate Conception of Everett; either Our Lady of Good Help, Hoquiam, or St. Rose's, Longview; either St. Leo's or Sacred Heart, both of Tacoma; and Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton, for the cadet pairings. Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Immaculate Conception, both of Everett; St. Anthony's, Renton; Our Lady of the Lake, St. Joseph's and Holy Rosary, all of Seattle, for the sophomore slate. Immaculate Conception and St. Mary Magdalen's, both timeis a charm, cap. ended the Chiefs' growing Tacoma progress Seaffle linescores When Seattle Uniter- AND WHAT makes the odds string before losing 67-68 in the even-steven is that these Chiefs Rose City last week. FINAL STANDINGS MIDGETS sity next Tuesday meets the played even-money with the THE PILOTS came back to THIS WEEK'S Stolen Quote comes from Charles G. John- MIDGETS NORTH st. Edward 2S, St. Anthony aS. 0 Holy Cross St. Paul 2S, Lad.'," of Lourdes 15. Oregon State University Beat- Beavers for 45 minutes before Seattle Sunday with vengeance son, sports columnist for The Tidings, Los Angeles arch- at.St' PatriCkLe0 $8 33 St. Charles 11 77 Sacredlj. Heart (B.) 25, St. George IU OPPONENTS sift CHIEF era for the right to advance to succumbing in the second, yes, in their eye but this time were diocesan newspaper: aoy Rosary 5 St. Mark 23. Christ the King lS. 7Z W. TAS STATE S3 M,,, 24 the NCAA Far West Regionais second overtime period at Car- stopped cold by SU, 83-66, for "Just how good is this all-around basketball glamour boy MIDGETS SOUTH st.. John 20. St. Luke 7. .................. 1 Sacrml Heart 3 5 St. Plus 32, St. Alphonsus 11. 69 IDAHO SS M,-, ag at Prove, Utah, the Chieftains vallis, the Chieftains' regular season St. Fances 7 42 St, Pair ek B 0 S Lady of the Lake $2. Assump- 7G IDAHO STATE .... f, 0utler, 21 from Seattle U? Laker coach Fred Schaus says in a flight of st. Patrick W 6 " H,tan* ........... 83 M,es, 2X will not be too charming as The 74-73 Beaver conquest finale and their eighth straight, tlon 11. st. May's* ........ C M,Ios. 2Z they come charging onto that "by thF Chiefs at the Civic Ice Bellarmine's Steve Anstett literary fancy that'd do credit to De Quincey: Blessed Saeraaent 14, Sacred t. Powllng Green**.... 70 Shaules, 13 Heart Villa 11. Dunstn, 13 basketball floor at Corvallis, Arena then started a string of grown bigger and heavier, led "'Dr. Naismith invented basketball fastening two peach st. Matthew 29, St. Catherine 34 Texas A &M** ...... 71 Miles, a5 17, Yamil of Fatima T,xu Christian**,. 6Z Ounsth, Z9 THE CHIEFrAINS are mad. defeats for the B e a v e r s, the Pilots with 16 points al- baskets to a gymnasium balcony in 1891. But the world has HoT . :Z0, Lady TEEN. STATZ'*'..a0a M,es, 24 Why shouldn't they be after thought to be ONE, if not though he was a bit nervous been waiting some 70 years for Elgin to come along and show part,sea ............... sz MH,. aS being delegated to play for an THE, best produced by peren- playing before some of his st. Catherine A's 21, St. Wash. st,to .......  M.-.M"es' Z411. aenaqs ...............  at-large berth in the much- nial Slats Gill. mrmer Tacoma fans in the st. Joseph 43, Cathedral IS. St. Teresa 27, St. Benedict l& .g3 pEPPERIDINE ...... 66 MillS, sought-after NCAA post-season Come the, next night, the Civic Ice Arena. Dennis Butcher of Pikeville, 74 peppIne ............ 59 Miles, :l. St. Edward 56, Lady of LotlrdM ss omen .................. n Dunstn, 22 classic on their opponents' Huskies of Washington took Frank Besone, once Tom- Kentucky, J o h n n y Green of IL 72 Omen State****.. SZ Dunsth, as SPARTANS 65 PORTLAND .......... S7 Miles, 27 home floor? over and if that wasn't enough my Shades rested on the Michigan State, Richie Guerin M Idaho State ......... 74 Miles, 22 There is a definite chance for OSU, the Idaho Vandals bench, got out from a first of Ions. Whitey Martin and Lady of the Lake 26, St. Luke 76 Montana State ...... 7S Vunstn, a7 later beat them on their own half one bucket total to end Sam Stith of St. Bonaventure. B's El. g OONZAGA 74 M,es. 23 that this 1961-62 edition of st. Alphonsus Re, St. John 4. ............ Lady of the Lake 28, Christ the OHEGOH STATE.... 73 Miles. 23 Vincent C h a r I s Cazzetta floor, up with 12 points, It was the Los Angeles includes Frank King 2S. 100 MONTANA IRATE.. 84 Miles, 24 But it took the Chiefs to last appearance for O'Dea's Shaul., 24 might be just the team to Selvy of Furman, Ray Felix of Asumptlon 86 St. LUke A's II. St. George 32, St. Margaret 21. ORE00H .................. SS M,-,  get someplace in the NCAA bust the 16-game bubble and Bosonc in Seattle in a Pilot Long Island U., Tom Hawkins st. Joseph 47, St. Monlca 16. gS WASHING. STATE 74 Miles, show the rest that the Beav- uniform. Portland SS ml,. 20 if not all the way. of Notre Dame, Bobby Joe Sacred Heart (B.) 36, St ................ cls 30. PORTLAND .......... S6 Miles, Z7 Miles, Dunston, B u t l e r, era were vincible. The game at Corvallis will Smith, Jerry West, and Hot st. Bernadette 30, St. Benedict 23. 1ZS"-'2S.,sm totals lS0"--' Shaules, Tresvant and Cam- The three-game setback after be telecast live over KING-TV Rod Hundley of West Virginia, NEgT--0mon State U a I a r s I t y party have been known all sea- a 16-contest string has not (Channel 5) at 9:30 p.m. for Bobby Sims of Pepperdine, Jim CADETS 4 In fstlle, Omen State Unlve.lty son long for surpi'ises, helped OSU psychologically, fans not able to make the long Krebs of Southern Methodist, St.Alphonsus 45. St. Anne 28. Mlreh 13 In Cafullls far NCAA m- St Luke S2. Christ the King" 30. stlnal at.Idyls playoff, then It's the- Though admittedly not the But it has the Chiefs. trek to the Corn Valley. Rudy LaRusso of Dartmouth, st. Margaret St, Lady of Fatima The Czzetta-men have had Tuesday's playoff will mark Howard Jolliff of Ohio U. and 29. CAA Wr West R0dl,nals m 16-X7, best team that SU has ever In prove, Utah pad, who knows, the ha. St. Benedict 31, St. John 28. lineal finals March 23-24 in Lauisvllio. fielded, these Chieftains have to weather some other storms SU's seventh appearance in Wayne Yates of M e m p h i s st. Catherine 30, Lady of the since that memorable Febru- the NCAA. The Chiefs are bet- State. Lake 26. nAIl.Calla,a'CIty of RoSeSTsum|mntTeumsmnt i" 0klahomaPartland" done what it takes and then ary 16th night when the Bear- ting 8-8 in their NCAA won-lost on. some. Just beating OSU, never Tickets for the g a m e are ;*onr-tlm. accomplished when Elgin Bay- era' ,bubble burst. Oregon and series and 12-12 in post.season priced at $3.50 and $2.50. The ,*ODpula O,Hm0. lot and Charlie Brown were Portland U were the trouble- tournaments since 1946-46. tickets are available at Sher- I J I man, Clay and Co., 1624 4th Ave. All seats are reserved. Polling the CYO slaes high schools good deal-- jazz concerf Papooses post 13-12 season Clair Markey's Seattle Uni- versity f r e s h m a n basketball squad closed out its season Sunday on a highnote with a 101-67 lashing over Federal Old Line in a Northwest League game. The Papooses ended with a 13-12 season record and a 3-7 mark for fourth place in the NW loop. The Papooses lost its second game to the University of Wash. ington Pups Saturday at Ed- mundson Pavilion, 73-60. The UW fresh had earlier beaten the Papooses, 73-69. The all- time series record between the freshmen now stand 11 for UW, nine for SU and one tie. In the Federal rout, Charlie Williams, destined to be a gr.at guard for the Chieftains, scored 39, followed by Bob Jansen with 37. Talen Show prelims are se Preliminaries for the 1962 CYO Talent Show will be held for grade school contestants in three central deanery districts, The central and south district preliminary .is slated at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday in St. Peter Claver Center. Prelims for the north dis- trict will be held Saturday, March 17, in St. Benedict's School' Auditorium. Starting times are 9:30 a.m. for Midget instrumental and vocal, 1 p.m. for cadet instrumental and vo- cal, 2 p.m. for all interpretative reading and 3 p.m. for all dancing and novelty numbers. These categories will be the same in the other two districts. Two finalists from each dis. trict will advance to the finals to be sponsored by the Jubilee Club March 30 and 31 at St. Benedict's. Age groups are midgets for pupils from the fourth to sixth grades and cadets for seventh and eighth graders. (9o JOIN P/aoe#l 00OBFATER (Paid Advertisement} SU oil the way in NCAA SEASON: 18 WINS, 8 LOSSES (Home dsmes Is capital Idten) us how to play it,'" Elgin (The Fabulous) Baylor intends to "shoot the works" when he and his Los Angeles L a k e r pro hoop mates meet the New York Knickerbockers next Mon- day in Seattle's Civic Ice Arena. Baylor, a medical corps pri. vate in the Army, has been practicing daily at Fort Lewis when he is not at his alma mater's gym, Seattle Univer- sity's Memorial Gymnasium, to keep his shooting eye for his weekend Army leave excur- sions with the Lakers. BAYLOR will be making his third Seattle appearance as a pro with the Lakers and has confided to his friends that he hopes to "play a good game." Past experience with the leg- endary former SU All-Ameri. can indicates that this means he intends to "shoot the works" against the Knicks. He won't have to look too far for a goal. Wilt (the Stilt) Chamberlain scored an all-time 100 points when the Philadel- phia Warriors Friday beat the same Knicks, 169-147, at Her- shey, Pa. Wilt this year broke Elg's single game record of 71 by seven in an overtime game and later made 73 in a regulation time contest. Sponsored by Greater Seat- tle, Inc., next Moriday's pro tilt will start at 8 p.m. SU's official bench staff will "staff" the game, When the Lakers played here before-- that was in 19S9 at the U.W. Pavilion--Husky officials scored the game. The Lakers are bringing up from Los Angeles the big 24- second clocks to keep track of shooting efforts by the teams m accordance w i t h National Basketball Association r u I e s. This will be a regular league game for the Knicks and the Lakers, champions of the NBA Western Division. THIS WILL be the first ap- pearance in Seattle for the New Yorkers. Coached by Eddie Donovan, t h e Knickerbocker lineup includes at least three familiar faces for Northwest casaba filberts --= Willie Naulls of UCLA, Darrell Imhoff of California, and Phil 3arden, ex- Whitworth College star. Other New Yorkers include George Blaney of Holy Cross, Cleveland Buckner of JacRson State, A1 Butler of Niagara, Dave Dudd of Wake Forest ii HOLY CROSS BROTHERS SePm God Through Farming Tradss Tsachln Writing Social Work Clerical Work Foreign Missions For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. i Renton K of C meet draws eight teams Eight teams will go after the title this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Renton Council's sixth annual Knights of Colum- bus Midget Tournament in St. Anthony's Parish Hall. Entered are Sacred Heart of Bellevue, St. John's, St, Tere- sa's, Sacred Heart Villa, Bles- sed Sacrament, St. Luke's, St. Pad's and St. Catherine's A's, according TO Frank Ai'none, tourney director. Carter heads KofC smoker Triple.crown holder Sylves- ter Carter will lead the Knights of Columbus boxing team against Fort Lewis at Seattle Council's boxing  smoker at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday in the K of C gymnasium. Admission will be $1 with proceeds going to the coun- cil's youth activity program. Among the other K of C standouts is Charlie Carrington. Carter is Golden Gloves champ of the Tacoma Athletic Club, Oregon Athletic Commission and the Seattle Post-Intelti. gencer. RE-ELECT CLAReNCe F. Massart "A good man to KEEP on the City Council" Position No. I ember Assumption Psrlsh (Pid Adv, rtis,m,nt DON YOUNG Sales Representative Home Phone: AT 2.473S i GENE O'BRIEN ':: Used Car Manager Home Phone: St. Ann 4 CADETS NORTH St. Lea 7 i St, Charles 1 7 St. Patrick 6 1 2 Hoy Cress 7 Holy Rosary S CADETS SOUTH Sacred Heart 7 I All Saints 2 St. Ann S 2 St, Frances 1 7 Visitation 4 4j Seaffle proqress FINAL STANDINGS MIDGETS NORTH W W L Sacred Ht Villa Lady of Lakl 5 2 3 St. Matthew 4 1 Assumption 1 4 Blessed Scrmnt 3 2 St. Catherine B 0 5 MIDGETS EAST St. Joseph 7 0 St. Anne 3 4 St. Teresa 5 21Lady of Fatima 3 4 St, Catherine A 4 3 St. Benedict 2 5 Holy Family 4 3 Cathedra 0 ? MIDGETS WEST St. Mark 50lst. Plus 2 1 St. John 4 i St. AIphonses 1 4 St. Luke 3 2Ch, sttheKIn0 0 5 MIDGETS SOUTH (Current Standings)- St, Anthony 9 i Sacred Heart B 5 S St. Edward 9 1 St, George 2 8 St, Paul $ 51Lady of Lourdes 0 10 SPARTANS NORTH St. Alphonsus 9 0 St. Catherlna 4. 4 Assumptlan o 1 Lady of Lake a 5 St. Matthew 5 31Christ the King 3 6 St. John 5 4St. Luke A 1 8 Sac. Ht, Villa 4 4St. Luke B 0 S SPARTANS SOUTH Sscred Heart B 7 0 St. George $ 4 St. Francis S i St. Benedict 2 5 St. Joseph S 2 St. Morgart 1 St. Bernadette 4 31St. Monlca 0 ? CADETS WEST St. Alphonsus 70IChrlst the Klnl; $ A St. Luke 6 liSt. Benedict 21 4 St. Magarat 4 3 St, Anne 1 S St. John 4 3 Ltdy of Pstlms 0 7 CADETS NORTH Assumptl 7 0 St. Plus 3 4 St. Mark 6 llLady of Loka 3 4 Sacred Ht Villa 2 Blessed Saermnt 1 St. Catherine  p 4 St. Matthew CADETS EAST Sacred Heart W 70[St. Teresa 4 3 St-. Joseph 5 2 St. Paul 3 4 St. dward 4 3 Cathedral 0 7 Mt. VIrgln 4 3HoyFamllyK 0 7 CADETS SOUTH Brlscoe 70jLady of Lourdes 2 5 St. Anthony 6 i St. Francis 2 5 St. George 4 3 Holy RosarY 2 S Holy Family 4 3 Sacred Heart R 0 7 SOPHOMORES St. Anthony 7 list. Luke 4 4 St. Joseph 7 1 St. Louise 3 5 Lady of Lake S 2 St. Catherine I 7 Holy Rosary 4 4  Cathedral 1 7 Assumption SENIORS NORTH Christ the Ktng 7 1 Assumption S 4 St. Catherlna 7 i St. Luke 3 S St. Teresa 7 2 St. Benadlet 1 8 St. John (; 3 Lady of Lako 1 8 St, Joseph S 3 St, Margaret 1 8 SENIORS SOUTH St. Anthony 8 01 Guadalupe St. Paul 7 lllmmaculata Holy Rosary A 6 2 St. Monlca Lady of Lourdes 4 4 St. Francs Holy Rosary B St. Mark 38, St, Plus 28. Assumption $4, Blessed tel.&.MM sent 31, St. Edward 89, St. Paul 84. Sacred Heart (B.) Whit4 $$, Holy ]Fa4nily (K.) 14. St. Teresa 21" Mount Virgin 19. Briseoe 48, Sacred Heart (B.) Beds 8. St. George 0, Hol" ]Family 14, St. Anthony 2"/, Holy Rosary 19. Lady of Lourdes 21, St. Yranis z8./ soPHOMORES Ladsv of the Lake SS, Cathedral St. Joseph 46, Holy ]Rosary $4. St. Louise 27, St, Catherine 25. St. Luke over Assumption (for. felt). SENIORS St. Terena S, St. John . Assumption 62, St. Benedict 19. St. Joseph aS, St. larga.ret -/, Christ the King 46. St. Luke 80 St. Catherine $8, Lady of the Lke 27. Immaculate 41, Holy ]goasry B's 4S. St. Paul -/1. St. Francls 41. Holy Rosary A'S Sg, St. Monle.. 24. St. Anthony 40, ]dy at Lonrdeu 29. Tacoma linescores MIDGETS St. Patrlek Greens 24, St. Leo 14. Holy Rosary 15, Holy Cross I. St. Ann 1, Sacred Heart /5. St, Patrlck Whites 18, St. Fran- ces Cabrlni 12. CADETS Sacred Heart 25, Vlsltatlon Holy IT.osary ZS, Holy Cross St. Leo S2, St. Patrick 28. 4 41 Sacred Heart $8, St. lita 14. 2 S Visitation 4S, St. Frances Ca- 2 6] brinl IS. 0 7 St. Ann 32, All Saints lS. MALES UHDER 25 YEARS "MARRIED OR NOT" SEE US ABOUT Auto Insurance IT WILL PAY BOB MATSON and CARL JONES 3046 N.E. 4Sth LA. S.4082 Three Oenera#ons of Cusfomer Proved Infegr/ For the first time in CYO history, an all.star jazz concert will be pre- sented under its auspices. "Dynamics of Jazz," featur. ing local artists who are ex- ponents of the progressive form, will highlight the CYO north district benefit program Sunday, March 18, in the Roosevelt High School Audi- torium. The concert from . to 6 p.m. will benefit the New March of Dimes. Performing will be vocalists Teddy Ross and Jean Sampson; the Subtle Tones with Dick Polumbi on piano, Chuck Met- calf on bass and Bill Richard- son on drums; plus Floyd Standifer, former Seattle U Jazz-man, on trumpet; Bob Winn on saxophone, trombonist Dave Tuttle, Paul West on pi- ano and Don Rogers on bass. THESE arists will also play bop and swing and their own creative and provocative type of jazz. The concert is being pre- sented for four reasons, said Butt Ryan, teen chairman. The concert, he said, will introduce CYO teens to jazz for music appreciation's sake, give the CYO its first jazz concert and , enable the CYO to perform a community service by aiding the March of Dimes. "We want the general pub. lic to know that the CYO does not look out for itself alone but that it benefits everybody," Butt said. Ryan, 18, will act as master of ceremonies. He is president -of Assumption CYO Teen Club and a Roosevelt senior. Assisting him are Don Hagen of Assumption, district presi- dent; Barbara Welehert of St. Luke's; Alex Shwetz of Christ the King; Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Collman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arena and Mr, and Mrs. Burt Ryan, Sr., district advisors. Admission will be a $1 dona- tion. Is Caholic education a growing rend? Edited by Marcla Waldron I-IFTY-EIGHT per cent of 1,100 juniors and seniors r in seven of Seattle's Catholic high schools prefer to continue their education at a Catholic college, ac- cording to a poll conducted by the Catholic Inter- School Council of Seattle. Students, taking the poll, were from Blanchet, Forest Ridge, .Holy Angels, Holy Names. Holy Rosary, Immaculate and O'Dea. Of the 1,100, 825 said they were going on to college. But only S83 of the 8 were reasonably sure of which college. .Sixty-two percent of those reasonably sure are selecting a Cath- olic college while 38 per cent will enroll at state or other insti- tutions. Purpose of the poll was to gain an idea/of trends of our students concerning immediate plans after gaduation. Perhaps one of the greatest problems facing today's student and his par- eats is the problem of higher education. THE PROBLEM is even more pertinent to us. Catholics, for we must choose between the Catholic and non-Catholic university. If the trends--62 percent for Catholic colleges--continue, more and more students will apply for admission into Catholic colleges. . ThUs, it is evident that the Catholic college will be forced to expand, raise not only its entrance requirements but also its tuition. Here are other "discoveries" from the poll.  FIFTY-SIX PERCENT of the 1,100 felt they knew exactly what to pursue in life. Here it is interesting to note that 63 per cent of the girls had definite plans for the future while only 45 percent of the boys were sure of theirs. "  Out of the 1,100, 75 percent plan on college; four percent of ' : boys will enter the service; three percent of students will enter the married or Religious life. Going to work will be 198 students ::i --81 percent of them girls.  We have already mentioned that 58 percent will go to Cath- olic colleges. The other lS percent 'pre[er non-(olic 4chool4 while 27 percent say it makes no difference.  Fifty-two percent felt their pttrent$ wanted them to go to i: Catholic schools. Six percen said their parents preferred non- ', CRtholJc schools. But 42 percent stated that their parents felt students should make the final decision. REASONS FOR ATTENDING a Catholic college were offered. Twelve percent stated religion as the deciding factor; 25 i percent claimed location was the ,main point; 21, percent placed emphasis on courses; 19 percent were concerned with finances; ' nine percent pointed out college reputation; while three percent  thought of the facdty's quality.  Only four percent paid any particular attention to the school's :* size and five percent were concerned about their grade point : averages. :- 0nly two percent considered the school's extra.curricular activities including athletics. Fifty-four percent of young Seattle Catholics do not feel they ": codd lose their faith in a non-Catholic college. However, 33 per- cent feel satisfied their present religious training is sufficient for life. : ii lucation/ ON THEin theirOTHERfaith.hand' 67 Pe_rcent realize the need for future Other CISCOS polls will survey high school feelings on such matters as federal aid to education, and other current subject. St. Mark's Cubs receive awards Thirteen Cub Scouts of St. Mark's Pariah's Cub Pack re- cently received awards f r o m Rich Mulcahy, Cubmaster dur- ing the pack's Blue and Gold dinner.