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8TI"IE PROGRESS Friday, March I S, I%3 Blancher lands 3 on NC, ream A senior-laden selection with three coming from the championship Blan- chet Braves highlights the 1963 edition of the Northwest Catholic Association All- Opponent Basketball Team. The high school players are picked by NCA- member Class AA schools, :::: which are BlancheS, Seattle Prep, O'Dea and Bellarmine. The NCA sterling east also this year replaces The Progress' annual All-Catholic, All-North- w e s t Consensus Basketball Team. The All-Opponent Team fol- lows: FORWARDS -- Mike Guiry, BILL ,Seattle Prep, 6-1, St. Joseph's WYNKOOP Parish; and John Major, BlancheS, 6-0, St. Benedict's. CENTER -- Tom Workman, BlancheS, All- State, 6-5, St. John's. GUARDS -- Jim Miller, BlancheS, 6-0, Blessed Sacrament; and Bill Wynkoop, Bellarmine, 6-0, Holy Rosary in Tacoma. O'DEA -- John Honda, Steve Tarabochia and Carl Jacobsun. SEATTLE PREP -- Jim Yoaker and Steve Conklin. BELLARMINE -- Dick Anstett and Jack Banz. BLANCHET --Mike Acres. As an added note, The Progress adds to this stellar company two from a Class A school in the archdiocese: ST. MARTIN'S--Jim Hannam and Don Eilers. Knighs will honor hoopsers TACOMA Teams from BlancheS, Seattle Prep, O'Dea, Bellarmine and St. Martin's High Schools will be honored at the 17th annual Knights of Columbus Hoop Club Basketball Banquet next Tuesday in the Tacoma Council K of C Hall, 2315 6th Ave. Guest speaker will be .former Seattle Univer- sity basketball coach, Vincent Cazzetta. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the highlight of the evening the presentation of the Owen Gallagher Memorial Trophy to the best team in the Archdiocese, which to no one's JIM MILLER ii i JOHN MIKE GUIRY TOM Cadets eye CYO title This is the big one for eight sterling cadet bas- ketball teams in the CYO Archdiocesan G r a d e School Tournament at Seattle Univer- sity's Memorial Gymnasium. Entered are four banner- bearers from the central dean- ery, two from the western dean- ery and one each from the northern and southern dean- eries. 0 p e n i n g quarterfinal round is Saturday with the finals on Sunday. Saturday's pairings follow: St. Ann's of Tacoma vs. St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst 10 a.m.; Our Lady Queen of Angels, Port Angeles, vs. Sae- red Heart Whites of Bellevue, 11:20 a.m.; Our Lady of Good Help, Hoquiam, vs. Assumption of Seattle, 12:40 p.m.; and St. Patrick's of Tacoma vs. St. Anthony's of Renton, 2 p.m. The championship game at 6:40 p.m. Sunday will be pre- ceded by the games to deter- mine third place at 5:20 and Receiving honorable mention were: doubt this year is Don Zech's BlancheS Braves. MAJOR WORKMAN fourth place at 4 p.m. S U's loss ends Braves advance Renton tops sophomores hectic year of to semifinals Sacred Heart of Tacoma is the 1963 senior king and St. th II d p IIs Anthony's of Renton the sopho- The BlancheS Braves ',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,H,H,H,,, i,,,, r l S a n s i advanced to the semifin- Breve hoop whoop more monarch of the CYO St. Patrick's sweeps Tacoma hoop league00 ST. PATRICK'S is the hotbed of CYO grade school basketball in Tacoma. Posting an aggregate won-lost record of 38-2 this year, its five elementary school teams won city championships. One of the highly-regarded cadet teams participating in the Archdiocesan By Fred Cordova The hurt that lingers after Seattle University's 70-66 loss to Oregon State University is not the fact that the NCAA tournament prize has slipped from the Chieftains' fingers. It is, rather, the sad disap- pointment being borne by the surviving members of the SU team like coach Clair Markey, Eddie Miles, Ernie Dunston, Bob Smither and Jim Preston to name a few. Monday's NCAA Far West Regional playof[, again one of those affairs with the Beavers and in Oregon to boot, abrupt- ly ended a somewhat hectic SU basketball year. This season, long after the hurt has passed, will be remem- bered for not how many games the Chiefs won or lost but as the year when its head coach and athletic publicity director departed from SU in a big huff. Clair Markey, still young at 27 but wise in his coaching, was subsequently recommeaded by the Chiefs themselves to fill the gaping vacancy left by still SU- loyal Vince Cazzetta. Markey's fill-in was commendable and gave the school an additional seven wins in nine games. Among those wins were an un- precedented two-game sweep over Idaho that started with SU's first victory in Moscow. HIS GETrING the Chiefs to Provo could have strengthened Markey's candidacy to a parma- ,, nent coaching job. His guiding theChiefs on to Louisville would have given no one doubt as to who would be SU's head coach next year. Now Markey's name is among a hafful, including Horace Al- bert (Al) Brightman, another = friend, still a legend hereabouts and potent-maker of SU basket- ball; Bob Boyd, California's Santa Ana JC coach; Bill Mor- ris, former University of Wash- ington assistant mentor; and an undisclosed number of formal applicants. One of these certainly is not Gerald Joseph (Jerry) Ver- million of St. Martin's College. The SMC coach disclosed to The Progress that he is already looking to the very near future when the Saints will again be- come a power among the state's small colleges. There will be no reunion between SMC's Ver- million and SU's Greg Vermil- lion, one of the first seven Chieftains and a junior who played prep ball at Shelton High under his older brother's coaching. FOR MILES, SU's latest All- American, graduation and pos- sibly professional basketball are next. Those who stayed home to watch the OSU-SU contest by telecast saw that it was Eddie who had played his heart out. His missing the free throw on a one-and-one situation and SU be- hind, 68-66, should not mar an excellent career at the Jesuit university. Twenty-eight points, with many of them getting SU within tying range of the Beavers, was Eddie's finale in an SU uniform. The Arkan- sas Traveler, a St. Edward's Parish eonvert-resident, this year ranked among the na- tion's top seven scorers with .... a 697-point total and a 25.8 . average. Eddie also captured for the third time the Chieftain scoring title. He made 574 as a soph, 603 as a junior and 697 as a senior for a career-total'of 1,874 and a 23.1 average. SENIORS who are bowing out besides Miles are Ernie Dun- ston, another convert from St. Edward's and the last among the Spingarn High SU kids from Washington, D.C., which school produced Elgin Baylor, Francis Sounders and Lloyd Murphy; .... , Bob Smither, the Chiefs' in- /. als of the 39th State High School Class AA Tourna- f,r,,,.,,a,,,,,,,,,,,*,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,*,,,, ment by snapping Renton's 20- Almost in NCAA 21 WINS, 6 LOSSES, .778 Pet. Home games In capital letters) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF 6g OREGON STATE $8 Miles, 17 g$ IDAHO STATE .. 66 Miles, 117 1at TENNESSEE ST. 17 Miles, :gl 75 Daytca .......... $8 Miles, 1 76 Xavier .......... 74 Miles, 8,1 Loyola (Chicago). 9:1 Miles, 25 7/ California t * ... U Miles, 33 05 Idaho t ......... 71 Williams, :13 Miles, 20 75 Arlzn t ......... $9 Miles, It I11 MONTANA ST..  Miles, I11 St Montana Stale ... 71 Miles, 14 711 Idaho State ...... 72 vermillion, 22 Miles, 17 Sg Montana State U. 54 Miles, 2| 90 OONZAGA ...... $9 Miles, 24 64 LOYOLA (L.A.).. 45 Miles, 34 102 Loyola (L.A.) ... 58 Miles, 2S 9S ST. MARY'S .... 63 Miles, 30 60 Oregon State ..... 46 Miles, 23 le0 MONT. ST. U .... 6.1 Tresvant, 25 Miles, 20 82 U. of PACIFIC.. 56 Dunston, 20 Miles, 20 t02 PORTLAND ..... 72 Miles, 42 77 Idaho ............ 72 Miles, 25 73 Gonzaga ......... 75 Miles, 22 69 Portland .......... 61 Miles, 32 78 Oregon ............ 71 Miles, 2t 95 IDAHO ........... 8g Miles, 33 46 Oregon State**... 70 Miles, 28 2177 27-game totals 1846 Miles, 697 Far West Ctmelc. Overtime. *NCAA Far West Regional Playoff elTHI I ftl t lilllrl!l 11 II [I fl I IH I I If lift I II)l l[flff fill fftHlillllllJlJlfl IIIIIllllll[ll!lj fllll spirational from Highline High in Seattle; Jim Preston, from Richmond, Calif., who may one day become a giant in the diplo- matic world because of his overseas experience with Op- erations Crossroads Africa; and Leon Gecker, the whiz kid from Brooklyn. Their last home appearance was Saturday when the Chiefs ran the Idaho Vandals, 95-88, out of the Civic Center Arena. Miles had 33, followed by John Tresvant with 24. The other star of the show was Idaho's Gus Johnson, who leaped and soared for 30 points. But let's face it, he is no Elgin Baylor, the incomp- arable. If there were any appropriate words to say about OSU top- ping SU, they would be: SU played outstanding ball but the Beavers were even better. The high tower, Mel Counts, was the deciding factor and he showed it with 30 points from inside and out of the key, espe- cially when the Beavers need- ed the buckets the most. His accuracy upped OSU's shooting percentage to approximately 57 per cent while the Chiefs were hitting at a 37-plus. MILES' 28 wasn't enough for the win, neither was another valiant try of 16 by Tresvant. So ends another exciting SU season. But the SU story will not be completed until the nam- ing of a new coach and next year's schedule, due to come in the very near future. How preps finished in leagues Northwest Catholic Association finals W L Pct. GBL* Blenches .............. 6 0 1.000 Seattle Prep .......... 3 3 .500 3 O'Dea ................ 2 4 .333 4 aellarmlne ........... 1 5 .167 S *Games Behind Leader WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS nLANCHET ........   P.GaL.t0 Cascade ............. 6 4 .600 4 game win streak, 36-35, Thurs- day at the University of Wash- ington's Edmundson Pavilion. The exciting nod gave Blan- ches its 25th win of the season without a setback. And it was the first loss for Renton in the season. The Braves meet Hudson's Bay from Vancouver this Fri- day in th semis. If the Braves pass by the Eagles, and this is a very strong pos- sibility since Blanches beat them earlier in the season, the championship match Sat- urday would have the antici- pated meeting of the state's two best ball clubs in the finals. That other team would be the Garfield Bulldogs. The Braves edged Ran- ton behind the 21-point produc- tion of Tom Workman. But it was Mike Acres' re- demptive free throw after the final claxon sounded to break a 35-35 deadlock. BlancheS was behind throughout the game until that 35-35 tie. BLANCHET opened its quest for the most coveted high school title in Washington early Wednesday morning in the tourney's very first game with a resounding 68-42 victory over Ellensburg. Workman potted 29 points, followed by John Major with 10. John, still ailing with a sprained ankle, got off the bench in the second half to Collect all 10. Don Zech's valiant crew got through the tourney door with a convincing 53-25 triumph over Burlington-Edison Friday at Bellingham to c a p t u r e the Northwest Washington District One crown. Workman took it easy with a 27 points--two more than all of Burlington. Burlington managed o n ly seven field goals over Blan- cher's tough defense with Doug Kloke leading the losers with eight points. Marquette third in State A The Marquette Squires of Yakima, the little team with the big heart, re- turned to the state high school post-season tournament scene after an absence of 27 years and finished third in the State Class A classic at the Univer- sity of Puget Sound Field- house. The Yakima diocesan school for boys boat Curtis, 51-39, Saturday for the No. 3 spot. Neighboring S e ! a h toppled W e st Valley, 50-37, in the championship game to give Yakimans the f i r s t three berths. Marquette senior guard Pat Walter averaged 14.5 a tourney game for a 58-point total. His soph running mate, Scott Me- Donald, had 'a 13.7 average and 55 points in four games. Hal Dodeward's team opened tourney play with a 68-61 win SEATTLE PREP .... 4 6 .400 6 over Lake Stevens, beat Ray- 6elflngham .......... 4 6 .400 Wenatchee .......... 4 6 .40o  mend, 54-51, 'lost to tourney Everett .............. S 7 .300 7 champ Selah, 59-36, and then *Games Behind Leader shoved Curtis to sixth place, TACOMA CITY LEAGUE 51-39. FINALS Dodeward, former Seattle'U w L Pct. GOL" baseball player-coach, also Wllson't ............. 9 4 .692 Lincoln ............. 8 5 .615 - had the tourney services of Mount Tahoma ..... 6 6 .S00 21, third - I e a d i n g scorer Bill Stadium ........ s 7 .417 3v2 Brown, Tom Champoux, Paul BELLARMINE ..... 4 8 .333 4Vs 'Games Behind Leader Beauehene, Mark K r a n z, twlnner of title ptayofl Dave W u i t s e h i c k, Jerry CENTRAL LEAGUE FINALS Kranz, Jim Ibaeh, Joe Cham- w L Pct. GeL* pOUX, Jim Rust, Ken Ibach, Montesano ........ 13 2 .67 .... Raymond ........ 12 3 .800 1 manager Terry Cooper and EImo .............. ;t 4 .732 2 trainer Bob Little. Eatonvllle ........ 9 $ .643 3V The Squires entered the tour- Rochester ........ 8 6 .571 4V ST. MARTIN'S ... 7 .S2 S Hey as co-champs of the Yaki- Wlhlock ..........  8 .429 6V= Chehalls . ........ 6 9 A00 7 ma Valley A League and run- White Pass 4 to .286 8,, ner-up in the district tourney Zumwatar ........ 2 12 .20O tO playoff. The Squires ended V.lm ............ 0 14 .000 12V= rues Behind Leader their season wtih a 22-7 record. 25 WINS, O LOSSES 1.000 PCT. (Home games in capital letters) OPPONENTS EIG BRAVE $4 Botholl .......... 3 Workman, 20 56 HUDSON'S BAY 43 Workman, 2.$ 77 Bellarmlae* ..... 44 Workman, 29 $4 SHORECREST .. 26 Workman, 26 Wenatcheet ..... 4 Workman, 22 73 Everett,; ........ 44 Workman, 26 51 O'Dea .......... 32 Workman, 28 59 Cascadet ........ 4tl Workmnn, 16 64 WENATCHEEt 36 Workman, 32 46 EVERETT t ..... 36 Workman, 30 5;r O'DEA* ......... 30 Workman, 21 $4 BOTHELL ...... 40 Workman, 26 01 aELLINGHAMt 40 Miller, 19 Workman, 18 59 SEATTLE PREP* t 49 Workman, 31 67 BELLARMINE 56 Workman, 23 57 Everett ........ S$ Miller, 20 Workman, 16 63 CASCADE .....  Workman, 10 Miller, 10 Molar, 10 22 Belllnghamt .... 54 Workman, 32 71 Seattle Prep*t .. 0S Workman, 16 Malor, 16 52 O'Dea* .......... 39 Workman, 17 60 $nehomlsh** ...... 49 Workman, 25 64 Oak Harbor** .... 39 Workman, 3,$ 52 Burlington** ..... 25 Workman, 27 62 Ellensburg*** ... 48 Workman, 29 36 Reatan*** ........ 36 Workman, 21 IS36 2S-game totals....1017 W'kman, 599 NEXT -- State Class AA Tournament March 13-n; at the University of Wash- Ington. *Northwest Catholic Association "Western Conference Seattle Prep Christmas Invitational Tournament **Northwest Washington District 1 ptayoffs. ***State Class AA Tournament game up to March 14. Archdiocesan Teen Club Bas- ketball Tournament. These teams emerged cham- pions Sunday at Bellarmine High School. Sacred Heart defeated As- sumption of Seafle, 54-51, in the senior title match. St. Anthony's was the 58-52 winner over Everett's Immacu- late Conception in the sopho- more championship contest. Linescores follow: Seniors Assumption 32, Immaculate Conception, Everett, 24 (semifinal). Sacred Heart 50, St. Paul, Seattle, 42 (semifinal). Immaculate 43, St. John, Seattle, 42. Assumption 76, Star of the Sea, Brem- erton, 49. Sacred Heart 46, Lady of the Lake, Seattle, 37. St. Paul 4)', Assumption, Belllngham, 41. Sophomores St. Anthony 68, Holy Rosary, Seattle, 42 (semifinal). Immaculate 44, Star of the Sea, Brem- ertan, 37 (semifinal). Holy Rosary 61, St. Joseph, Tacoma, 38. St. Anthony 49, Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett, 36. Star of the Sea 54, St. Joseph, Seattle, 52. #1I"1;Hir;mmi"iI"Imi:[I"iiriiiir'i]ii! Immaculate 37, Assumption, Seattle, 31. Grade School Tournament this Saturday and Sunday at Seattle U is Joseph Harkins' undefeated squad. Team members from left are (first row) Cary Yusko, Pat Daly, Vern Harkins, Hugh Larkins, Kevin Evoy and Jim Sayles; (second row) Father Patrick S. Clark, parish priest youth director, Dave Dernback, Joe Deacons, Bob Galagan, John Leveque, AI Gurko and coach Harkins. They won the city cadet title with a 10-0 Other city champs from St. Patrick's are John Christenson's Spartans (10-0), Tretton's midgets (10-0), Susan Danz's cadettes (10-0) and Dabble Marten's lassies (Photo by Art Treleven) Seniors' best comes from Sacred Heart TACOMA'S Sacred Heart is the 1963 CYO archdiocesan senior champion by virtue of a 54-51 tournament title win over Seattle's Assumption at Bellarmine Sunday. The champs from left are (first row) tourney all-star Rock Ray, Tom O'Rourke and Dennis Blair; (second row) Bill Pitzl, tourney all-star Tom Jamison; long-time title-producing Matt Kapovich; Steve Hawkins and Don Hawkins. Other members not shown are That's it for Milasich, Dave Walton and coach Tom Paul. Posting a l6-2 season record, Sacred Heart was led by Jamison, who averaged 27 points per game. He also hauled down 21 reborn'ads in the title contest. A main factor in the team's excellence is that Jamison, Steve Hawkins, SMC S itS [ Ray and Blair have been playing together on the sanae parish teams since the fifth grade. a n Activities by teen clubs J 1963 The St. Martin's Col-,,,*,,,,*,,H,,,,H,,,,*,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,*,,,,*,*,,, Parents' Night"-at willHlYbe heldRsarYat Teenin sponsoringclub,s parishSt" Bernadette'Sauditorium, EAST(I lege Sai.nts returned to SMC hoop story s:30 p.m. next Monday by the 1028 S.W. 128th St. their Benedictine campus 5 WINS, 21 LOSSES, .192 Pet. Holy Rosary CYO Teen Club St. Bernadette's will present &l'l (Home games In capital loners) in the parish school auditorium. "Cathleen in Houlihan;" St. K / in Olympia with thoughts of SMC OPPONENTS TOP RAN;ER 66 Pacific Lutheran* 89 Paterson, 23 Excerpts f r o m Archibald Francis of Assist, "The In- basketballjerry Vermillion'star next year.s a i n t s 606467 LINFIELDCheaeYEAsT. WAsH.Studs" ...... ..101g491Petorsen,Donaldson,Eberhardt' 1$1615 MacLeish'Sbe presentedPlaY'by Bob"J'B'"'Oldwyn,Will Riverton,frmer;" and,,TheSt. ThomaSDoctor fromfrm CONTEST Eberbardt, IS Chris ChappeD, J i m Fife, Dunmore." had just completed a three- , WEST. MONT... 26 n. Rll,0 game jamboree appearance in Endlaott, 18 Donna Hass, Robin Auchter, K a t h y Haggerty, cultural ",-'_ J_',zn 42 Western Wash. 81 Green, 12 Sue Stafford, J a n i c e Herr, chairman, is handling arrange- the University of Alaska Nanook $8 central Wesk... 92 Paterson, 14 S CARROLL ...... 76 OlUson, 23 Mary Donohoe, Carol Good, ments. Invitational Basketball Tourna- 63 PACIFIC U ...... 7a Petarsoa, 2 Vern P a r r 0 t, Bill Donohoe, ment in Fairbanks with SMC PORrLANn ST... S0 Eleamtlald, 14 Two other activities loom on LInfJeld** . ....... 102 Peterson, 27 Charlotte Wyke, Patti Harsha, the Bernateens' calendar. adding one more win to their a OREGON C.E... n Do.alaeea, Z Charlene Colas and director 71 OREGON C.E... 75 Peterson, 30 A vocational leadership panel, 1963 subject', won-lost record. 71 Central Wash .... 101 Patarsea, 23 Bob Lee. being sponsored by the Holy S823 WEsT.Eastern WAsH.Wash ..... .. 4S80 Dollldson,D. Rlehl, 8 16 Guest speaker will be Tom- Names Academy sodalists, will 'CRUCIFIXION1 The Saints toppled the s ALASKA ......... 69 Green, 14 my Munoz, a Cuban refugee', appear at the March 20 meeting. Eborhardt, 14 His topic will be Communism University of British Cohm- n ALASKA ......... 67 Donaldson. 22 Sister Vide Maria, S.N.J.M., bin, 53.49, Friday but lost the $8 u of REDLANDS 60 G. Riehh 16 in Cuba. will lead the discussion on lay To give youths the opporfun;fy to self-expression and fo encourage ar Endlaott, 14 Also appearing will be the Missionary work. following days to Alaska, 88- 3 NW Nazarene .... 69 Green, 1S The Progress invites students from th 63, and to Fort Wainwright 79 NW Nazarene .... 26 Donaldson, t9 Russian Knights, a Garfield The club will also open No- eighth to twe/fth grades in al 72 SEATTLE PACIFIC 90 Green, 17 High School Cossack dancing tional Catholic Youth Commun- Military All-Stars, 77-65. 7o seattle Pacific .. lot G. Rlehl, 16 $3 U of B. Columbta 49 Donaldson, 19 group. Catholic schools and ConfrdJ;f) A promising note for next 63 U of Ataskat ...... g8 Pakele, t6 -..-4t Lady of Fatima ion Crusade in the parish by at- of Christian Doctrine classh year was Don Pakele's parlor- 66 Pt. Wainwrights .. 77 Ebarhardt, 16 tending the 9 a.m. Mass March Archdiocese to participar'[lqff. mance against the Nanooks. 175"-"3-'26-game totats 206- "George Washington S I e p t 24. Paul Lanz of the CYO Teen 1963 Easter Art Confesf The freshman from Hawaii led *Tacoma Athletic Commission Here" will be presented at 8 Speakers Bureau will speak at The theme is the Crucifixionl the scoring for the first time Invitational Tournament. p.m. this Saturday by Our Lady the breakfast to follow. with 16. Seattle f r os h Rick **Overtime. of Fatima.CYO Teen Club in ---at Our Lady of the Lake ///./ OOc Eberhardt sparked SMC Sun- tu of Alaska Nanuok Invitational St. Margaret's Parish Hall, Basketball Tournament. Jerry Guenser will be in- day with 16 a g a i n s t the """"",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15th Ave. W. and W. Dravus stalled president of Our Lady servicemen. St. of the Lake CYO Teen Club, JOHN DONALDS()N, the Re- and Dick Riehl, Gene's soph Directing will be K a t h y Sunday, March 24, in the parish liable, made 19 for SMC's win brother, with 143 and 6.2. Moody. Admission to the one- Cash prizes, amounting over UBC. Corky Peterson, relegated to act play will be 25 cents per church. ' will bo given fo the SMC's future looks bright the junior varsity after 14 person. Other officers and chairmen finalists of the central, with the following tale of the games, tallied 206 for a 14.7 ---at St. Bernadette's Marietlenare John Moen,Terhar,Vice secretary;president; western andofsouthernthe Archdiocesedeaner;el statistics, concerning under- average as a freshman. Three CYO Teen Clubs will Jim Beaver, treasurer; Terry Four deanery flrst-place awardl classmen returning next year. stage a district Festival of Hottinger, social; Sue Hyde, of $25 each will ba given, As a team, SMC eompiled Pray festival Plays at 7:30 p.m. this Sunday cultural; Sue Hupf, spiritual; An neldifional $25 sweepstake, 1,753 points for a game aver- lists 30 entries and Terry Flajole, athletic, award will be given fo the best age of 60A while their foes HOLY CROSS BROTHERS o, these deanery ,irst-plece rolled up 2,063 for an 79.3 Thirty plays from CYO teen prize-wlnnars percentage, clubs in the Archdiocese have : :: FOR YOUR Eight honorable menfionswc The Saints' best offensive been listed for the 1963 CYO NEXT for each deanery--will presented. Honorable mark came December 28 when Festival of Plays with finals FORD prizes will bo $5, for each st SMC hit the'century mark in a Sunday, April 7, in the Worn- losing overtime 102-100 cause an's Century Club. SEE , z "rk ,,,, to Linfieid College. Their sea- Four will be judged at the FRFD son's low was 23 while Western 3 p.m. finals. All plays will be Washington made 45 to win the limited to one half hour or less. MEINHART January 19th contest. Admission will be $1 for Member But out of 15 teams only three adults and 50 cents for teen- at All entries mus be drawn w;t have been able to score 100 or agers and children, according Blessed either black ink or paint, fruited tc more against the Saints--Lin- to archdiocesan cultural chair- Sacrament white paper with the bouie field on two occasions, Central men Pamela Wagner and Mrs. Par|sh of fhe enfry measuring 8J! Washington and SPC. John Martin. Serve God Through AT ;aches. Pencil or ha pen dg, JOHN DONALDSON, 6-5 soph Teaching, Youth Work, Missions will not be accepted. Works bearing center from Aberdeen, led all New Mass listinq : SoclalWritlngwork Farming, Glerlcal TradeSwork BILL PIERRE scrip,urolletferingsqUOfa,iOnSwill no, beandjudged.fhe' SMC scorers with 272 points for at Snoqualmie For Information write: Brother MOTORS, Inc. a 23-game 11.8 average prior to Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. -.N the Alaska tourney. He also SNOQuALMIE PASS-- Notre Dame Hiqh School LAKE CITY FORD DEALER leads in the rebounding depart- Two Masses will be said 13642 Riverside Dr. 12531 30th AVE. N.E. ment with 12 per game. every Sunday until Easter in Sherman Oaks, Calif. SEATTLE $5 Other regular season statis- St. Bernard's Chapel. tics: Masses will be at 8:30 a.m. /nformafion including the sf name, age, porenfs' Gene Riehl, 6-2 senior forward and 12:30 p.m. The 12 noon FOR A NEW OR USED address, telephone number from Poulsbo, was second with Mass has been discontinued. CHEVROLET or parish CCD class must 211 and a 9.1 average. Tacoma  be enclosed. Deadline for submif- soph guard Mike Endicott made i Cell: JERRY HENTSCHELL .... EM 3.6110 Sing entries will be Thursday. March 264 points for an 8.8. Member of St. Cafherlne's Parish 2 I. Entries mus be forwarded to: Others are Jerry Bloomfield, Res., LA 5-5956 Shelton fresh. 178 and 7.7; Rick "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. THE PROGRESS Eberhardt, Seattle fresh 164 and 7.1; Buzz Green, Salinas, 1172h and Bothell Way SEATTLE 907 TERRY AVE, Calif., senior, also 164 and 7.1; II SEA