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--THE PROGRESS Friday, arc I, "196 CYO tourney agenda: Archdiocesan show draws 24 The biggest shoot-em-up show in Puget Sound coun - try under Catholic auspices will get untracked this Saturday and Sunday when the annual CYO Arch- diocesan Basketball Tournament gets underway in Seattle and Tacoma. ' Eight cadet teams from six cities will sh6ot for the tiffs at Seattle University while 16 sophomore and senior teen teams scrap it out at Bellarmine High School Gymnasium. HERE'S THE opening cadet schedule at SU this Saturday: Sacred Heart, Bellevue, vs. Immaculate Conception, Everett, 3:30 p.m.; Assumption, Seattle, vs. Sacred Heart, Tacoma, 4:45; : Briscoe School, Kent, vs. St. Rose's, Longview, 6; and St. Al- phonsus, Seattle, vs. St. Ann's, Tacoma, 7:15 p.m. The cadet Sunday schedule will feature semifinals at 12 noon and 1:15 p.m. with the consolation game at 8 and the champion- ship match at 7:15. The cadet archdiocesan champ will join St. Leo's, Tacoma champion which was not entered in the archdiocesan classic, in the Catholic War Veterans' State CYO tourney March 24 in Tacoma. IN TACOMA'S Bellarmine gym, the schedule is just as heavy. Opening sophomore games Saturday will pit St. Anthony's, Renton, against Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Eve'ett, at 2 p.m.; St. Joseph's, Seattle, against St. Joseph's, Tacoma, at 3:15; Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle, against Immaculate Conception, Ev- erett, at 4:30; and Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton, against Holy Rosary, Seattle, at 5:45: The sophomore slate Sunday takes on semifinals at 1 and 2:15 p.m. with the title go at 4:45: The big boys will have their share in the archdiocesan pot of championships with opening senior rounds starting Saturday. Sacred Heart, Tacoma, meets St. Anthony's, Renton, at 9 a.m.; St. Mary Magdalen's, Everett, vs. St. Paul's, Seattle, I0:15; Im- maculate Conception, Everett, vs. St. Catherine's, Seattle, 11:30; and Visitation, Tacoma, vs. St. James, Vancouver, at 12:45 p.m. The Saturday senior schedules continue with semifinals at 7 and 8:15 p.m. The top two teams will battle for the senior title at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. ADMISSION BOTH days at both sites will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. Jeff Buhr is tourney director in Tacoma and John Mingus and Pete Hupperten are handling the Seattle meet. St. Anthony's Lourdes wins Portland title VANCOUVER-- While eight of the best cadet teams the CYO could muster north of Longview will be battling i,t out for the archdiocesan basketball championship in Seattle, Vancouver fans claim that Our Lady of Lourdos School's CYO squad is really the best of them all from the Canadian to the California border. Our Lady of Lourdes is the 1962 CYO cadet champion of the Archdiocese of Portland. Coached by Julius Zygar, Lourdes beat St. Alice's of Spring- field, Ore., 26-21, Sunday at the University of Portland for the archdiocesan crown. The Vancoucer five squad nicked St. Vincent de Paul's of Salem, 25-23, in the Sturday semifinals after toppling St. Helen's of Sweet Home, Ore., 33-19, earlier in the morning. ST. ROSE'S of Longview, a southern deanery representative in the Seattle archdiocesan tourney, took fifth place in the Portland meet by beating St. John's of Milwaukie. Lourdes in its steady championship climb first won its divi- sion, one of six cadet leagues in Portland. Zygar's crew then won the city title with a breath-taking 33-32 win over Holy Family. St. Joseph's, also of Vancouver, placed fourth in the city playoff after winning its division title. Lourdes' Ron Lealos and John Greeley were named to the Portland archdiocesan all-star team. So was Tim Gillis of St. Rose's. Ade Weedman of St. Rose's received honorable mention. LOURDES' OTHER stalwarts include Jim Nordstrom, Casey Marshall, Roger Ehle, Jim Lorentz, John LaPlante, Mike Gaul, Anthony Jeannette, Charles Valentine and Greg Parkinson, who are members of Our Lady of Lourdes and St. James Parishes. High.flying Lion BELLARMINE'S forward, Bill Wynkoop, a junior, drives for the basket for an easy "cripple" in front of the South Kitsap rooting section during the second half of Game No. 4 during opening day of the State Class AA Tournament at Hec S. Edmundson Pavilion Wednesday. South Kitsap defenders were Don Boivin (left) and Dwight Hodgen (25). The Lions raced to an easy 45-34 win to advance to the winners' bracket. The Bellarmine-South Kitsap contest came after the upset game of the day when Seattle's Gar- field trounced Everett, 65-46. : ;:i Heroic Brave try BLANCHET'S "workhorse," Tom Workman (with the ball), stops momentarily in front of a screen set up by his teammate, Don Lecher, before zipping the other way Wednesday in Game No. 5 at the state tournament's Brave- Hudson's Bay contest. Trying to trap Workman are Pete Ennenga (22) and Gerald Dudley. The Braves, in their first tourney appearance, tripped, 57-53, in a close contest against the high-ranked quintet from Vancouver when fouls and an Eagle scoring spurt overtook a sizable first-half Blanchet lead. re(Progress Sports Photos by Charley Heib.) That's it for CyO jazz concert Bellarmine, Blanchet valiant Chiefs draws top artists do well in tourney Seattle's own contribution to ies will be Burr R y a n Jr., Tie Garfield Bulldogs proved to be too strong" "for Bellarmlno The law of averages finally caught up with the Chieftains of Seattle Universi,ty Tuesday at Corvallis, Ore., and the consequent penaltya 69-65 overtime loss to the Oregon State University Beaversis still hard to swallow. The Chiefs, a paradox on the court, were denied a trip to president of Assumption CYO Teen Club and concert chair- man. Donation is $I. Tickets are available at Sherman Clay, Se- attle University, the University Bookstore, CYO Office or at the door. the Jazz World--Ross, Polumbi, Metcalf, Richardson, Standifer, Wian, Tattle, W e s t, Rogers, Sampson--will be presented for the first time to a CYO audi- enee this Sunday in the Roose- velt High School Auditorium. "Dynamics of Jazz," spun- Provo, Utah, and the ensuing NCAA Far West regional basket- sored by the CYO north dis- triet, will be heard in the fops dean ry ball tournamentthisweekend. progressive and inimitable YOU can still In their stead goes a team, which made its own breaks style from 3 to 6 p.m. with e in this first-round NCAA playoff game but is not necessarily proceeds going to the New enroll for CYO superior to Seattle U. March of Dimes. Enter the 1962 C Y O central deanery basketball kings with St. Anthony's of Renton wearing two crowns. The court sovereigns are St. Anthony's for the midgets... Sacred Heart of Bellevue for the spartans... St. Alphonsus for the cadets.., and St. Anthony's again for the seniors. Here's how they won their thrones in the central deanery tour- nament held Saturday and Sunday at Seattle University's Me- morial Gymnasium. ST. ANTHONY'S whacked St. Joseph's, 31-17, in the midget champiottship bout. St. Mark's came in third with a 16-14 squeeze over Our Lady of the Lake. Midget preliminary scores saw St. Joseph's beat Our Lady of the Lake, 21-18, and St. Anthony's top St. Mark's, 18-11. Sacred Heart annexed the spartan crown with a 33-15 verdict over St. Alphonsus. 'In third place, marking a playoff between the two divisions' second-place teams, Assumption boat St. Francis of Assist, Sea- hurst, in overtime, 32-28. IN THE CADET title feature, St. Alphonsus made 39 points to Assumption's 17. Bellevue's Sacred Heart Whites came in third with a 30-20 triumph over Briscoe. Opening rounds had St. Alphonsus beat Briscoe, 40-32, and Assumption edge the SH Whites, 31-27. All four cadet teams, by virtue of their winning their respec- tive divisions, automatically advance to the archdiocesan tourna- ment t SU this weekend. Making it No. 2 in deanery titles, Stl Anthony's Seniors sub- dued St. Oatherine's, 39-31, for the teen crown. St. Paul's whittled down Christ the King, 46-34, for third place in a playoff between the two second-place divisional teams. ST. PAUL'S earned the right to be the deanenry's third entry in the senior tourney category in the archdiocesan finals this weekend in Tacoma. Spartans North FINAL STA.NDINOS W L W L St. Alph0nsus 9 OJSat. Ht. Vllln Assumption  1 Lady uf Lake I 5 St. John 5 4]Christ the King 3 5 St. Matthew 5 4]St. Luke Ns 1 s St. Catherine 5 41St. Luke B's 0 9 MAKE-UP GAMES St. Matthew 26, Sacred Heart Villa 16. St. Catherine 35, St. Luke B'a 21. Ski School The Chieftains, as they have all season long, committed er- ratic plays and turn-overs at the most inappropriate times. But they played one of their more valiant games this year end that cannot be denied them. Both teams ended in a 59- 59 tie when the regular 40 minutes were over. This situation came about when Tommy Shanles, long a fa- vorite of SU fans, bit a 20- footer with 23 seconds to go to force the contest into over- time. The same drama was enacted on the same floor by the same teams January 27 before the OSU won that one in double- overtime, 82-73. Here's the play-by-play ac- count of the NCAA overtime period: 4:44--Mel Counts' first free throw on a one-and-one situation was no good. He made the trip to the foul line after Ernie Dunston's fifth per- sonal foul. 4:J8--Eddie Miles made his 26th end final points on a turn- around jumper from five feet out. SU 61, DSU 59. 4:10--Dave Hayward's lay-in was ruled good after SU was called for goal-tending. SU 61, OSU 61. 3:38--John Tresvant makes a tip-in, sg 63, OSU 61. 2:20--Counts on a jump shot 15 feet out. SU 63, 0SU 63. 2:04--Ray Butler from .the top of the key makes his eighth and final points. SU 65, OSU 63. l:49--Counts' two free throws are good on Tresvant's fourth foul. SU 65, OSU 65. 0:40--Hayward makes good on two free throws on Shaules' fourth foul. SU 65, OSU 67. It was after this play that a costly mistake was made by the Chiefs. SU taking the ball out of bounds at mid.court had Shaules passing to Miles, who darted from his offensive court across the half-court line. The Beavers were awarded the ball thus smashing SU's chances for a last shot. 0:07--Counts makes his 20th and final points on two free throws after Jim Preston had been whistled down for his fourth foul. SU 65, OSU 69. In between Butler's field goal and Hayward's last free throw, Shaules had to go to the side- lines when he received a char- ley-horse on his foot. Shaules bowed out of his collegiate playing career with 16 valuable points--10 behind long-range bombing Miles. But it was OSU's Jay Carty who was the best on the floor. Carry made 11 for 12 on the free throw line and eight field goals for 27 points. THE BEST team in the Far West regionals will be the Beavers, who meet Pepperdine, West Coast Athletic Conference champion this Friday. Utah State which upset Ari- zona State, 78-73, will meet the brawny UCLA Brutus. And for SU? Walt 'til next year. Here are the Seattle artists who will perform: Singers Teddy Ross and Jean Sampson; the Subtle T o n e s with pianist Dick Pohmbi, Chuck Metcalf on b a s s and d r u m m e r Bil! Richardson; trumpeteer F 1 o y d Standifer, saxaphonist Bob Winn, trom- bonist Dave Tuttle, Paul West on piano and Don Rogers on bass. Acting as master of ceremon- Box score tells story SEATTLE G F P T Butler ............. 4 0 2 8 Dunston ........... 3 l 5 7 Tresvant .......... 2 0 4 4 Miles ......... : .... 10 6 l 28 Shaules ............ 6 4 4 16 Brennan ........... 0 2 0 2 Preston ............ l 0 3 2 Smither ............ 0 0 0 0 Stautz ............. 0 0 0 0 Totals ........... 26 13 19 65 OREGON STATE G F P T Curly .............. 8 11 9 27 Jacobsen ........... 0 0 1 0 Counts ............ 6 8 4 20 Baker ............. 2 0 4 4 ]Pauly ............. 5 1 3 11 Hayward .......... 2 3 3 7 Torgerson .... . .... 0 0 1 0 Campbell .......... . 0 0 0 0 Totals .... . ...... 23 23 16 69 Oregon State .... 23 36 :10---69 SEATTLE ....... 29 30 6--65 FREE TH]tOWS 1E[ISSED----Se- uttle (8): Butler, Dunston 2, Tresvant, Miles 2, Shaules 2; OSU (3): Carty, Baker, Counts. SHOTS ATTEI[PTED---SU (53) --Butler 8, Dunston :10, Tresvant 3, Mile :14, Shaules 17, :Preston 1; OSU (67)-..4arty 15, Counts 19, Pauly 18, Baker 8, Hay'ward 6, Campbell 1. REBOUND[--SU (32): Butler 7, Dunston 4, Tresvant 3, Miles 6, Shaules 4, Brennan 2, Preston :1, team 5; OSU (50)---Jacobsen 5, Carry 11, Counts 15, Pauly 10, Torgerson .1, Campbell 2, team 4. Attendance----9,702. Slalom Race Winners Take A Pause St. John's tops Renton tourney Reneau, Dorothy Naiden and Bob LeClercq; (back row) Bill Beck, fastest in the advanced boys' with 1:15.11, and Denny DriscoU. Jack Sorrento of the high school division and Mary Lovalette, grade school, won the Father Boesch Memorial Trophy. Plaque recipients included Barbara Schu- chart for grade school and Bill Lakoski for high school. More than 300 students from King and Pierce counties at- tended the week-end CYO Ski School classes. leader courses "The CYO Plan of Organize- tion" is the next topic of dis- cussion at the CYO Adult Lead- ers' Training Course next Mon- day in Seattle University's Pigott Auditorium. All training courses at SU and at St. Leo's School in Ta- coma begin with registration at 7:30 p.m. "Techniques of Adult Lead- ership" will be the following theme March 26 at SU and March 29 fit St. Leo's. Other topics are "Program Planning" April 2 in Seattle and April 5 in Tacoma and "Department Workshops" April 9 in Seat- tle and April 12 in Tacoma. Graduation will follow April 24 at SU and April 26 at .St. Leo's. Fee for the two-hour courses is $2. CYO directors, adult advis- ors, coaches, Scout, Camp Fire and Junior CDA leaders and other adults interested in arch- diocesan youth work are urged to attend. Tacoma CYO lists talent show winners TACOMA-- Entries from almost all of the Tacoma parochial schools provided an interesting pro gram at the annual CYO Ta- coma district Talent Show Saturday in Bellarmine High School Theater. Seventh and eighth grade first-place winners include: Instrumental--Patricia Burke, St. Ann's, piano, and Larry Stemp, Sacred Heart, accord- ion. Vocal--Gall Fal6y, Earlene Boyle and Marilynne Hoban, Sacred Heart. Chorus--Paddy's Colleens, St. Patrick's. Recitation -- Dale McMakin, Holy Rosary. Dancing--Linda Bilanko, St. Leo's. Novelty--T John Larsen, Holy ROS'y. The talent show for sixth grade and under will be held at 2 .p.m. this Saturday at Bellar- mine. in the fm, rth quarter as tim ],ions lost. 43-32, Wednesday In their seeond-rouml imlrney game. Garfield led at the half, 14-12, but was behl,,d at the end of tim third qnarter when Ron Medved let fly an ,,n,ler-handed I, alf-eoart sl, ot to push the Lions to a, 24-23 lead. Frank Zawislak led Bellarmine with 12 point. Medved with 10 to,tied out. The Blancher-Franklin Pierce gtme followed with results too late for publication. Despite the final out- lax and found that was a sis- come this Saturday in the mecca of all Class AA basketball teams in the state, followers of both Bellarmine and Blanchet can well be proud of their squads' showing in the state tournament at Hec S. Edmundson Pavilion. The Lions of Bellarmine from Tacoma, coached by Marion Pericin, showed their stuff Wednesday with an easy first- round victory over South Kit- sap, 45-34. The Braves of Blanchet from Seattle, coached by Don Zech, caught the admiration of many thousands of sideliners but suf- fered a costly loss, 57-53, to Hudson's Bay. Beilarmine had no trouble in its opener even though its second highest scorer, Don Rowland, did not play be- cause of an injury last week. The Lions had a 26-20 half- time bulge and when it was over Ron Medved had 16 points, followed by Frank Za- wislak, 12, Blanchet owned a comfort- able 25-11 lead midway in the second quarter, decided to re- HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through e Farming Trades Teaching Writing Social Work Clerical Work Forsign Missions For Informution write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. RENTON-- St. John's won Renton Coun- cil's sixth annual Knights of Columbus Midget Basketball Tournament with an 18-12 win over St. Paul's Sunday. It was St. John's first tourney title in Renton in six years. St. Luke's beat St. Teresa's, 14-11, for third place. Coming in fourth was Sacred Heart of Bellevue, topping St. Cather- ine's, 22-20. Other scores: FIRST" ROUND St. John 28, Sacred Heart 23. St. Teresa 12. Sacred Heart Villa 11. St. Luke 14. Blessed Sacrament 12. St. ]Paul 19, St. Catherine A's 7. SECOND ROUND Sacred Heart 20, Sacred Hetrt Villa 10. St, Catherine A's 20, Blessed Sacrament 6. St. John 22, St. Teresa, 19. St. ]Paul 15, St. Luke '/. ;CYO camp dates Camp Blanchet BOYS SESSIONS 1) June 17- June 26 2) June 29-July 8 3) July 10-July 19 GIRLS SESSIONS 4) July 23- August 1 5) August 3-August 12 6) August 5-Augast 24 Camp Don Bosco GIRLS SESSIONS I) June 16- Jtme 25 2) June 27- July 6 3)r July 9- July 18 BOYS SESSIONS July 24-August 2 5)4) August 5-August 14 ' 6) August 17- August 26 Camp Cabrmi BOYS SESSIONS 1) June 16- June 25 2) June 27- July 6 3) July 9- July 18 GIRLS SESSIONS 4) July 24- August 2 i 5) August 5- August 14 6) August 16- August 25 THE CYO SKI Schod closed its successful 1962 season Sunday with the CYO Day slalom races at Ski Acres. Top winners and school officials are shown (from left) above (first row) Norma Naiden, Jim Smith, co.director; Glenn Young, director; Rev. John Mitchell of Seattle, coordinator, and Peter Crier, director; (second row) Chuck Jenkins, John Hewitt, Joan Rasmussen, Tom Yagle, Joan Swap, Judy Hart, who turned in the advanced girls' fastest time, 1:35.8; Ron take. At ha!ftime, the Braves led, 33-29, and fell behind at the third quarter, 48-39. Tom Workman paced alI players with 19, followed by Jim Miller with 14, The Braves entered the tour- ney the hard way as told by these recaps: FRIDAY'S DETOUR E v e r e t t 53, BLANCHET 52. High for the Seagulls: Roger Bruett, 16, and Dick Weeks, 10; for the Braves: Tom Workman 24, and Mike Acres, 14. Halftime: 31-24, Everett. Northwest District Tournament playoff in Ev- erett. SATURDAY'S SEND-OFF BLANCHET 53, Mount Vernon 45. High for the Braves: Workman, 14, Acres, 11, and Jim Miller, 11; for the Bull- dogs: Dick Prutzman, 11, and Jerry Peland, 11. Halftime: 29-28, Blancher. NW district tourney in Everett. DANCE! 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