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=IO--THE PR.OGRESS Friday, March ICY, 1965 Notre Dame assists CYO .... The "Voice of the Fighting Irish" D the famed University of Notre Dame Glee Clubwill make its initial Pacific Northwest concert appearance for an archdiocesan CYO benefit Saturday, March 27, in the Seattle Center Opera House. The four-part 18-selection presentation will begin at 8:30 pm under the direction of Prof. Daniel Pedtke, former ND music department head and a Fellow in the National Guild or Organists. The Seattle engagement will be one of six formal concerts of the glee club on tour of the West Coast. Other appearances will be in Omaha, Scottsbluff, Nab., Denver and March 28 in Spokane. The 40 ND men, appearing in Seattle, are the club's "traveling members," who are just part of the 90-member g r o u p. But o n e face among the 40 will be of special inter- est to those in this Archdiocese. IT BELONGS to Peter Robert Kee- ling, 20, a pre-medicine junior major, who sings first tenor. His credertfials PETE KESLING bulge at the seams. Homecoming Pete, as many know him, in 1962 was named the Outstanding Catholic Youth of the Year. This national honor came at the heels of the 1961 Carroll Club archdiocesan CYO Teen-ager of the Year award. i Valedictorian and student body president et O'Dea High School, Pete served as archdiocesan CYO president in 1960-61 and p I a e e d fifth while representing the Archdiocese in the National CYO Oratory Contest i 1961. With the glee dub far three years, Pete is also its assistant business manager. His "homecoming" will be capped with a salmon harbe- cue for the glee club members the previous Friday before the concert at the home of Pete's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Keeling, 3672 Hillcrest Ave. SW in Holy Rosary Parish. i Three other glee club membors hail frcrn the Ndrthwesc. They are Steven E. /)uBois of Spokane, Gary W. Gantz of An- chorage and Nicholas R. Tobin of Anacondas, Mont. The Notre Darners will arrive in Seattle by bus next Wed- nesday from Denver. Thursday and Saturday will be devoted to rehearsals as specified by Professor Pedtke, director since 1938. GLEE CLUBBERS WILL be guests of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce at lunch and of the Keslings for the barbecue. CYO Christmas Ball queen Mary Herman and princesses Erin Amo, Cathy Donahue, Nancy Dzurick, Jeanette Murphy and Susan Spencer will greet concert goers in the Opera House main foyer prior to the concert. A reception for the club and its director will be given by the CYO Catholic Youth Adults in the Opera House's Merrill Room after .the performance. All seats are reserved for the one-night performance and range in price from $3.50 (main floor center) to $2 (balcony) with limited number of patron's tickets (choice main floor and boxes) at $7.50. Tickets may be purchased at the Bon Marche ticket office or CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N. Ticket orders are being taken at the Bell, Book & Candle in Bellevue, Farmers Music in Burien and Walters in the University District. Chairman of this CYO benefit is John Doyle Bishop, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Caldwell of Tacoma, Mrs. Raymond J. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Gustafson, Mr. and Mrs. Kesling, Thomas P. May, Mrs. Victor Rosellini and Father Ger- ald Moffatt, archdiocesan CYO director. ORIGINALLY ORGANIZED in 1915 for the purpose of enter- raining at informal campus song rests, the University Glee Club today travels an average of 9,000 miles a year on concert tour in the US. The Club was featured at Easter for several years on the "Ed Sullivan Show." It has been seen and heard on all the major television and radio networks, 85,000 people, at the Philadelphia Music Festival. Professor Pedtke studied at the Bush and American Con- servatories of Music and, in addition, has degrees from the Uni- versity of Chicago and DePaul. A talented composer and arranger, Pedtke has written several works for the piano and organ and is the author of a successful textbook for piano students entitled "Key Board Harmony." Six-man high school dream team Consensus All-Catholic, All-Northwest A six-man dream team, representing the best in : Catholic high school basketball in the Archdiocese, makes up The Progress' 1965 Consensus All-Catholic, All-Northwest Basketball Team. Headed by the Most Valuable Player of the Year, Jim Han- nam of St. Martin's and Coach of the Year, George Morrison of Blanchet, the lineup would make an imposing competition for any opponent. Rounding out the first-team selections are Bellarmine's Mike Tretton, O'Dea's Ray Simpson, Seattle Prep's Pat Burns and Blancbet's Gene Duncan and Tom Lyons. Hannam, the rwonder who led his Rangers to third in the State High School Class A tournament, hails from Portland. A native of Knoxville, Tenn., he attended grade schools at Assumption, Holy Cross and St. Cecilia's in Portland. His parents :are Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hannam, 7114 N. Wabash St., in St. a's Parish in the Rose City. Without saying his collegiate }preference, Harmam said: "At present I m about to graduate and go on to college. I can only say that St. Martin's has become so much a part of my life and I am glad I have attended the school." One of the most outstanding at/iletes in Catholic prep annals, Duncan is at home on a basketball floor as on the foot- ball field or track cinders--habitats also graced by Hannam. :' Through continual excellence in Duncan's play, the Blanchet Braves powered their way to their second most suecessfifl season history with an 18-5 record. Tom Lyons, a flashy guard, served as Blarmhet's floor leader, STELLAR O'DEA guard Ray Simpson has sparked the Irish to some high points. Pat Burns has been Prep's dependable center. By Jim Murray JIM HANNAM Class A wonder The coveted Owen Gallagher Memorial Trophy will be given to the team, judged best in the Archdiocese. Inspirational awards will also also be given to one player from each team. Admission to the public event is $2.50 per parson, according to Philip H. DeTurk, banquet chairman. TH E PROGRESS ' 1965 All Consensus All-Catholic, All North- west Basketball Tearni ..... Flrsf Team GUARD--Mike Tretton, Bellarmine, senior, 6'0, St. Patrick's, Tacoma. GUARD -- Ray Simpson, O'Dea, senior, 6-0, Holy Rosary, Seattle. GUARD- Pat Burns, Seattle Prep, senior, 6-3, St. Mark's, Seattle. FORWARD- Gene Duncan, Blanchet, senior, 6-2, St, Mat- thew's Seattle. Ecumenical hoop council ends with smiles FATHER Gerald Mallet, archdiocesan CYO director, pre- sented the championship trophy of the first annual Western Washington Interfaith Basketball Tournament to St. Pat- rick's CYO of Tacoma with high-scorer Viv Martineau accepting for his team. The presentation followed the three- day :!6-team double elimination tourney's conclusion Sun- day at Blanches. To the right is St. Patrick's coach Martin Gerard. Tourney co-sponsors were the CYO and the As- sociation of Chirstian Youth, both represented by tourney directors Dr. Fred Cummings of ACY (in wheel chair) and Herman (Thorny) Thorstensen (between Martineau and Gerard) of CYO. Others shown (from left) are Father Patrick Clarke of St. Patrick's, Bill Marano, Larry Innman, Joe Staeheli, Tom Milan, Bruce Ring, Paul Bader, Ran Rosi and Mike LaRock. St. Patrick won the title with a 62-49 triumph over Seattle's University Christian. --(Progress Sports Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) Becjorra, St. Patrick's wins interfaith By Maureen Thorstensen , Do be sure-that there will be another and even more exciting Western Washington Interfaith Basket- ball Tournament next year in Seattle. The first annual ecumenical hoop encounter, co-sponsored by CYO and the Association of Christian Youth (ACY), has given church league basketball a big boost through the participation of 16 Catholic and Protestant teams from Seattle, Tacoma, Brem- eron, Everett, Shelton, Olympia, Bellevue and Renton. And it took one from Tacoma -- St. Patrick's -- to win the biggest prize, 'the initial championship of the three-day event. GEORGE MORRISON' : Behind the hot,shooting of Vic Martineau with 23 and Mike Almost to state LaRock with 20 points, the Tacoma CYO teen club league cham- pions stopped Seattle's University Christian, 62-49, in the title feature Sunday at Blanches High. Don Harris paced UC with 12. Here's how they finished: 1) St. Patrick's CYO of Tacoma, coached by Martin Gerard. 2) University Chr,[stian of Seattle, coached by James Leonard. 3) St. Andrew's Episcopal of Seattle, coached by Robert Hay. 4) Immanuel Lutheran of Bremerton, coached by Tom Ber- entsen. 5) Our Lady of Perpetual Help CYO of Everett, coached by John Miller. 6) University Baptist of Seattle, coached by Dr. Fred Cum- mings and Robert Harnden and Robert Wales, assistants. 7) St. Anthony's CYO of Renton, coached by Tony Arnone. 8) High Point Christian of Seattle, coached by Vernon John- stun. ...... Doctor Cummings -is also execurve isecretary of the ACY and with Herman (Thorny) Thorstensen was tourney co-director. Immanuel Lutheran (Bremerton) 43, St. Mark's (Seattle) 34. S. Patrick's (Tacoma) 62, High Folds Christian (Seattle) 47. Sacred Heart (Bellevue) 55, Bethlehem Baptist fTacoma) $2. University Baptist (Seattle) 46, St. Michael's (Olympia) 39. CONSOLATION ROUND Lady of Perpetual Help 54, Immanuel Presbyterian 42. St. Joseph's (Seattle) 44, St. Joseph's (Tacoma) 35. High Point Christian 5Z St. Mark's 32. Bethlehem Baptist 48, St. Michael's 36. QUARTERFINAl..5 University Christian 46, St. Anthony's 37. St. Andrew's Episcopal 49, First Methodist 42. St. Patrick's 61, Immanuel Lutheran 48. University Baptist 36, 5oared Heart 27. CONSOLATION BRACKET Lady of Perpetual Help 47, St. Joseph's (Seattle) 39. High Point Christian 62, Bethlehem Baptist 37. St. Anthony's 49, First Methodist 47. Immanuel Lutheran 47, Sacred Heart 43. SEMIFINALS University Christian 40, St. Andrew's Episcopal 31. St. Patrick's 43, University Baptist 31. FINALS High Point Christian 45, Lady of Perpetual Help 41 (for fifth and eighth places). Immanuel Lutheran 48, St. Anthony's 37 (for touh and seventh places). St. Andrew's Episcopal 45, University Baptist 35 (for third and sixth places). CHAMPIONSHIP St. Patrick's 62, University Christian 49. ---BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD--- Christian Charity to Every Corner of the Globe UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN MISSIONS CANDIDATES TRAINED AS: Infirmarlans  Medical Techn;ciaas Pharmacists  Therapist's  Secretaries WRITE: DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONS St. John of God Hospital Brookline 46, Muss. Bellarmine's contribution to greatness is flashy Mike Tretton. FORWARD -- Jim l-launam, St. Martin's, senior, 6-, St. In attendance, Protestants won out by far outdrawing Catho- ., , The Team of the Year, with all due respects to the high- Cecelia's, Portland ............... lies in the bleacher sections during the three days. I _.____ _____ L ranking Rangers, would have to be Blanchet, which made it to the There was plenty of spirit, interest arm regmnal prme, too, I : Northwest District Cla AA finals until they were crippled by Honorable Menlan during the tournament. After Tacoma's Bethlehem Baptist, an I player losses. Morrison s warriors captured the last Northwest ST. MARTIN'S -- Jeff Smith, Mike Y0st and Jeff Feeney. all-Negro team, was eliminated in the third round, its players ] John Catholic Association championship as the NCA disbands next BELLARMINE -- Craig Hilden and Ralph Riden. took to the stands and rooted for fellow Tacomans St. Patrick's. [ W : All of the players, eeaches and staff of the five high Nelson. / .... give Gerard coaching suggestions at the bench during St. [ ::i schools will be honored at7 p.m. next Tuesday in the annual SEATTLE PREP -- Dick Saxton, Mick Tronquet, Jim Gill- i Patrick's climb to the title. | Tacoma Knights of Columbus Hoop Banquet in the Tacoma KofC ingham and Mike Sorensen : The interfaith tournament closes out the season for archdio- ] Member, St. ' Hall, 2315 8th Ave., Tacoma, Guest speaker is Seattle University BLANCHET -- Pat Major, Marly McCarthy and Jerry Work- i.cesan CYO basketball. Tourney scores follow: I Phffom,na's head coach Bob Boy& : man. : - OPENING ROUND ] Perish St. Anthony's (Reaten)46, Immanuel Presbyterian (TaCOmal 38. |   I$1G IP " ' R  W ......... university Chirstian (Seattle) 46, Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Everett) 42. I a,e A & rPvr Marvlhue;t pi41. First Methodist (Shelton) 35, St. Joseph's (Seattle) 34. I 00cnpture OSC00=: 1 J[ 11 qll m  . .......... St. Andrew's Episcopal (Seattle)39, St. Joseph's (Tucomn) 36. I m00es -'am u- " . For Everett G,rl , , , [ e tpl hers, Gall, daughter HummndO'ans I II e- "  MARYLHUR MERZ SHEET rac,al lUS,ce . On 1C Ply w|n ?'MOr'r:22Ma:s: [ Y.00oKS,o.. KENT MOTORS BELLEVUE-- .... CYO One-Act Play end, ruth" St. Thomas of Riv- E.A. Gall of 2015 Wetmore St., I Rent for $7.9]$ I qulred.purpses where sheet metal is re- I I A scripture service with the Festival teen club win- erton, St. Bernadette's, St. Everett, has been elected vice | SHERMAN-CLAY [ MAIn 3.0242 200 Jakson Str.t [ I UL. 2-2100 TR. 8-4649 theme on  usUce will be King County and 's, 's, presldentlege Chapterf theof Mas)?lhurst Col 20S W Sth ":J " " ners in Paul St. Edward Holy Ros- " OLrMp,, ,I ,,ll gent .... ( t. 4.z4s4 I I nn.,-rne $ I held at 8 pan this Sunday in seven districts, including Taco- ary, Holy Family and Our Lady , I SL Louise Church for high school teen-agars. Sponsoring the unusual ser- vice is: St. Louise CYO Teen Club. Scripture reading will be :: done by three teen-agers frcn parishes on the east side, com- prising the CYO east district. Mter each reading is a short commentary and a group re- sixm in song. Giving the homily and cele- {)rating Benediction will be : Father Michael Holland of St. ise Parish. :: Expected to attend are teens from Sacred Heart Par- ish here, Holy Family in Kirk- [and and St. Joseph's in lssa- q.h. ma, Bremerton and Port An- geles, have received 'Oscars" for dramatic efforts. Tacoma winner is Sacred Heart CYO Teen Club,, fol- lowed by St. Frances Cabrini. Bremerton winner is Our Lady Star of the Sea CYO Teen Club. In Port Angeles, Queen of An- gels CYO Teen Club came iri first followed by Edmonds' Holy Rosary CYO Teen Club. St, Francis of Assisi CYO Teen Club in Seahurst was named the King County win- ner among five finalists. These included St. Peter's, St. John's, Our Lady of Fatima and Belle- vue's Sacred Heart. The county finalists ad- vanced competed on a county- wide level after having placed among the top two spots in their respective districts. Seattle district winners and entries follow: South -- St. Francis of As- sisi, first, and St. Peter's, sac- Tacomans : discuss Marian Award TACOMA-- A Marian Award workshop will he, held a 1 p.m. next Wed- nesday in the CYO Office, 2917] S, 12th St, Conducting t h e workshop for I e a d e r s of Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls and Junior Catholic Daughters of Ameri- ca will be Mrs. George Ham- merschmith, western deanery AwaY_ chairman. of Guadalupe. North -- St. John's, first, with Our Lady of the Lake, St. Ca- therine's, St. Luke'S, St, John's and St.: Matthew's, .entral -- Our Lady of Fati- ma, first, with Immaculate and St. Patrick's. East -- Sacred Heart of Belle- rue, first. St. Francis of Assisi win- ning county entry and district entry was "The Torchbear- ers." LEE ).fAN LEY Member Holy Rosary ParithEdmonds SERVING YOU "America's all tme Top Ouallty Motor Car Value and Investment" RYAN CADILLAC CO, 420 E. Pike---Seattle Offlce-.EAst 2-6600 Res.PRospect 8.1981 THE CATHOLIC YOUTH ORGANIZATION presents... THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME GLEE CLUB In Concert THE SEATTLE OPERA HOUSE Saurday, March 27fh, 8:30 P.M. (All Seats Reserved) Main Floor Center, $3.50 I Main Floor Boxes (side), $3.00 I PATRONS -- $I 5:00 2 SEATS MAIN FLOOR tICKET ORDER FORM' Please send me .................. tickets as checked below: [] Patron, 2 Seats [] $3.50 [] $3.00 [] $2.50 [] $2.00 [] check [] money order Enclosed is my [] cash [] charcje Ben Marche account for a total amount oF $ ................. NAME [] Mr. [] Mrs. []Mr. &'Mrs. []Miss ............................... ADDRESS .................................................... CITY ....................... STATE ................ ZIP ...... Check, cash, or money order must be included mail orders must include stamped, self-addressed envelope a mail or submit form in person to: C.Y.O. Office, 500 Aurora N., Seaffle 98109, or Ban Marche Ticket Office, Seaffle 981 II Main Floor g Lodges, $2.50 * these forms not acceptable at theatre Main Floor & 2nd Balcony, $2.00 . furor cellfUrtherMA.informatin2-2151 aontact--C.Y.O. Office