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PageSlx CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS IJLL I ...... I I J -- I -- J I K C W'II G" O'N00I eo00t Halu trace , William Tellettes . ! lye Veterans Will Hold ,,v,$ v, I Four|hDegree " Wins Nail Commtmlon r::eakt!ast t He May18 ' "'" olin War Veterans xdll hold their DD/ITi re, first annual Communion breakfast .... r --'-' on Sunday. April 13. Members will .... i Order Aw-d Its High .assist at the 9:00 o'clock Mass in NEW YORK. March 25.--Thrill - it-he cathedral and receive Holy il,g 18,000 fansLn Madison Square Honor To 187 In I Communion in a hody. Breakfast Garden with dead-eyeshooting and Spokane, Sund.ay Iwill be served later in the Assem- ckv r ball hndling, Holy Cross: i bly Hotel and Tom Keefe, Con-,_- C, ol!ege won the national "basket-i The Knights of Columbus will muRder of the Post, will at as ball Contest tonight, defeat'rig Ok-i toastmaster, lahoma, 58 to 47, in the East- I On XYednesday, April 9, the Post will hold a social meeting in the Assembly Hotel Sl:ar Room at 8:30 p. m. ELLEN NIGKEBSON " SECOND IN STATE ORATORY CONTEST award its Fourth Degree, hig h - est in the order, to a list of 200 Knights from Western Washing- ton, in a ceremonial in Seattle on Sunday. May 18. Dan J. Kenny. district master for the patriotic degree, annotmced plans .for the Seattle exemplifica- tion, Wednesday, upon his return from Spokane. where 187 Knights were accorded the high honor on Sunday last. West finals. I Trailing 28-31 at halftime, the t boys from Vorcester, $Iass., elos-{ ed the gap, held a slim lead for 15[ minUt.s and then pulled awayi from the fighting Otdahomans in a driving finish. Kaftan, 18 and O'Connell, 16, forwards, shared :=coring honors for Holy Cross Tucker of Oklahoma was high ,un for the losers with 22 count- ers. The Oklahoma Aggies held the Students Contend I| For Honors In [i Orat!ry Conte00t I en?:/h c th:gphhH1 e:;dnatS !1 "" e " ' tl[mC :la t c22 t es to n  :, Ietnmd::n April 9, in the K. of C. Hall to select the Catholic High entry. The winner will con:pete with the Seattle and outlving public school champions, on April 18. Intra-mural competition is be- ing held this week in the Catholic schools to select entries for the April 9 contest. Representatives f r o m two schools named Tuesday were: Jacqueline H,awe, Holy Rosary, and Janet Repanich, Holy Angels. The Patrick Henry contest is sponsored by the Hearst news- papers and locally by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The :Most Reverend Charles D. / nation hoop title in both 1945 and White, D. D., Bishop of Spokane liss Nlltn-Nickerson, senior at lq46 Tlee Archers in a new class at Holy Names Academy dra their and five members of the Spokane Hal- Rosar- Hi-h School Seattle " " clergy headed the list of Knights -Y .. -Y ',; ' . L 10ng bows. The3" are ,left to right, Norm St. Arnand, Jane Ma- S- C.Chieftains ........ wno pariclpaea in a series oz   - honey '.nd Jeanne Veleh. recelwng tne ourn uegree in . the  el ne cerm . . [oratorical contests on the Consh- [ A p a e any. And l-lis ...... n  ran |l q|,qwl|O Though this is the first season archery has been offered at the Ex2e,lency addressedtheba qu LI1 - tudon,, "arrmr &g. st xy - . - Academy. it already compete, in popularity with the spring's estab- Onen Diamond Sunday e{,ening, which climanxedea ] .ny, was .awarded helCOdstPle O....,a r.. 'n.. lished sport, tennis. Sister ,tar," lorothy, athletic director, is coach. in the state finals e I a day of impressive ceremonies Ex-[  to - ._ ,..._ . _,_,_. J_. " ! T day ercises began Sunday morning Ibrday. even:ng at the Seattlne - ..... Seas0 o when 400 Knights includin the,t:n'mner o, t:ommerce. W"  cO i e   ... n. g  . . ' Seattle College Cath-Yu Communion I 200 Fourth Degree' candidate%, e-I test was sponsored by the Amer ldii| || L11| __ " ccived Holy Communion in .a bodv I lean Legi0n.and open student.- apeaers nxer realast ounuay The Seattle College Chieftains in Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral lot all schools in the state. __ " MJ- Nickerson p-revlousl-,,  on, I Seattle Prep closed its basket- . -s " mr t  ]  will open their baseball season in National -ournez j Members of the Cath Yu Club, a non-conference tilt with College l dzstrmt champmnsh]p, was wet-l , " ....  ball season at a ,eneral assembly 300 AT ITALIAN t err Washington'' " finalist" " and re- in Garrigan gym, Friday. Seventy- will'FUrleaveSeattlefor VlrginIaCllege stud.eRrs ] young people,s organizatio nFmday of SL I Of Puget Sund at Bradway play- " one letters were awarded to play- , ]James Cathedral Parish, will re- field this Fr!day, with the first ceived .$100.00 in prize money for " . ........ ers anti atner teraru mvoy  a. night, to enter the National For- I ceive Communion in a body at seven inning game of the double / her successful efforts She has ] ' " ' Dlld||tn. llrlll'l'k! [ - - le,thletic dil-ector thanked the,stu- " L  I the 9 o'cloc Mass on Sunday, header starting ,at 1:30 p m. been an "A" student throughout ,  , . = ensm Tournament at the Maryj k U||rN r,, ] .... dent body and athletes for makmo Hurling the first game for the Washington College of the Uni- I March 30, in the Cathedral. Break- her four years of high scnoo an mss ,P,-,.]. . this past basketball season the versity of Virginia at Fredericks-] fast will be served later at the Chiefs will be Freshman Joe Fac- |has been successful in the field n f n h ch el hi PARISH RI-NI-FI/  ost success ul i t e S o's "s- burg. "Ihey are Beverly McLucas, I Assembly Hotel Coffee Shop. cone, former Seattle Prep star, ntutt a-tt/l/ of oratory and debate, winning tory. ' Mary -'llen Moore, Don Cox, and I The Cath-Yu Club will meet on who pitches right handed but bats _  first place in zmpromtu spearing Highlight of the assembly was j. Robert Larson. 1Tuesd,ay, April 1, at 8 p. rn. at left handed and is toued as a ABERDEEN, March 25.--More in the Seattle College forensic the awarding of two beautiful tr0- With delegates from every state 1 Cathedral Hall. Any Catholic dangerous man at the plate. than 300 guests atended the Sons tournament last fall. Ellen is the phies to Varsity Captain John participating, the tournament is I young people wishing to take part On the mound for the second of Italy dinner, served in St. Mary daghter'of Mr. and Mrs. F D. Halleran one for the Catholic scheduled for April 3-5. ' [in the activities of the club are clash will be Frank Vena, also School here, Sunday, as a parish Nickerson who reside at 6556 41st High Scimol Title and the other benefit. Ave S XV fer the Northwest High School Miss Moor e will enter divisions/urged to attend. A hike is plan- playing his first year of college in oratory and dramatic reading, [ ned for Sunday, April 13. ball. Frank is the largest man in Among dignitaries attending ' ParocHial Champtonship. while Miss. McLucas will partici- i . ___ the league tipping the scales at 210 pounds ,and puts all of it be- Notre Dame Univ. hind his delivery. During the war years he played with Coast Guard ABERDEEN, March 25.--More -Lan 300 guests attended the Sons was Dr. Marce]lo Mochi, North-]pL=______ll___ /lil__lL Various squads were introduced', pate in extemperaneous and "re west consul of the ltalian govern-lllllRliliOr IIUD by StUdent Body President Ted i ment H  .. ....... I .... sponse to the occasion" depart- three" ve2;'% . 1D2ea:nde n,yj Bowlers Rolfin tShanahan prep and varsitYiments and Larson will take part - -.  lcoaches, Mr C Wollesen S J 1 - ' .... Mochi were introduced b- Nick :, - " " " ' " . "i in eciamauon ano m ormative Y Cubs'; Mr. J. Murphy, S.J. 'Fresh- . - Rselli of the Italian organization, l Into the Strech men" Mr D Doyle SJ "rhird] speaking& Tro0therSeattlestu- i iLY ' _ " " _ ..'. ".'. . t uents TanK Afisni0 and jonn Mayor Extends Greetin . . /'cam'; Mr. uan vteunKovicn 'var- ' " g With the home stretch in s ghtl.,  Spellman, are participating in ' Mayor Walter T. Foelkner ex- in the Chancellor Club sp,'ing lintY" , . three-day forens,ic ' tournament tended greetin s from the cat u Managers Pat Fhnk and John g " y bowling session, R dy Lauth is] " 'this week at the University of! and Grand Knight Stanley Leves, still top pin man, with 149 aver- L. Sullivan, were commended by Redlands, Redlands, Calif. age. Norm Canney is running a Father. Evoy for heir excellent que of the Knights of Columbus council discussed its Catholic pro- close second with 147 and Jim] wrk throughout,the season gram and called upon non-mere- McLeod holds third place with 145.1 hers to join the K. of C. ranks. Among the women, Mary Pen- I Roy. Father M. O'Donnell and niston is leading with 134, tel-! l'alh(,r F.afalowski thanked the lowed by Lorraine Blornbcrg with Sons of ialy for sponsorhig the i 131, and. Lenore Neunzr with i23. church benefit. _ t Bill Bush is high man of the: Introduced were Mr. and Mrs. I season with a 215 game,and Norm Jack Carossino, grand lodge offi- Canney hit high for a single eve- cers of the Sons of Italy; Mrs. ning with a 507 series. Knox. Ky., where he is serving :Monda Carson, president of the High game for the girls is 185, in the medical division. He also Italian Ladies' lodge; Chairman bowled by Mary Pennizton. i received many cong,'atuiationm and Mrs. LaRosa; Mrs, Foelkner, -- I The 20-year old Corporal, son of ldIrs" Roselli and Mrs. Levesque.   Milers In Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKay of Stanley was toastmaster. ,.o,,.er Seattle has ten brothers and four On Program Meet sisters He is an O'Dea igh _re. _o_a. tgraduat e and studied for one year at Seattle College before entering The program included vocal so- los by Mldred Dobbins and Rich- ard Percini, accompanied by Mrs. ]2mma D'Amico Anderson; Rennin O]son'in an &l Jolson interpreta- tion; Sarah Ann Entrap, accord- ion selections, and the Hilo Ha- v,'aiians, electric guitar selections In charge of preparing the ban- quet were George Ficele, Joe Luo- iso, Carlo Contris, Chester IYeNot-! In, Philip Ficele and Louis Rhino. Vivaldo Brojac was in charge of a corps of young women and girls who served Corp. McKay Gets Many Congratulations; Has 14 Brothers, Sisters Michael McKay received corp- oral chevrons, this week, at Port LACEY, %Vn. -- St. Martin's the army. track coach, Wally Flynn, is send- ing two men into the ill Military tlAVEY J.,BOYLE, NOTED Relays, March 28, in Portlahd. A SPORTS VCRITER, DIES pair of Olympi.ans, John Mills and Bob Harmon, will wear the Mar- PITTSBURGH, Ma'rch 21. -- (NC}--A Solemn Mass of Re- tian red and white in the first i quiem was offered in St. Basil post-war running of the nationally Church, CarNck, for Havey J. known meet. They will be contend- ers .in the Glenn Cunningham mile Boyle, sports editor of q he Pitts- event, burgh Pos,t Gazette and for 13 years head of the Boxing Com- The United States is the lead- mission of Pencsylvania. ing" wheat producing region of Mr. Boyle was nationally kno-n the world, in his field. IEY FALL-IN LOW WITH Knightnotes Sparkirtg the Seattle Council! membership drive for 100 candi- df.cs tr) be initiated May 4 are Ton] /Viir:tnh,, Art Barth and Bill McMah:m. semi-formal spring dance is slated for Seattle Knights, their ladies and friends on Saturday, April 12. KOL 7 0. m. Tonight ARMCHAIR tRUISES H. E. Jamieson A Thrilling Story Of Puget Sound Smuggling ROt 7 p. m. Tonight ( i rider ) TCod S Captain of the Port and was a o n act ummer noticeable factor in helping to win the Coast Guard Chamlionship. Course In Mexico FI'NF:RAI, DIRECTORS E:;TABLISHED 1897 FItI';D 1. V.N" C H GEORGE .TEr'EAD MABEL BARLoW ()w';F;S ,Z- OPF'ATOq Sr'TT,VlCES OF THE ItIGHST CI:AT?CT.p, a.T  MaD- ETtATE COST I,;95 ;:rl,- %x',,. nt Pine .St. --T!:;:'.." ,z. DT'SI.ED EAst 7-111 i ............ |i Newman Club Bids Students To Open House Sunday The Newman Club will hold open house. Sunday, Mar.h 30. Music and technic,flor motion Fie- tures of the lodge skiers dance NOTRE DAME, Ind.--As a con- tribution tbward-better inter-Am- erican understanding the Univer- Dad and !r% |_ vangnter sity of Notre Dame will sponsor a B S h d l d summer session Augustin Mexico City anquet c e u e from June 23 to 22, it is B O 11 1T i announced by the Rev. Hpward .t|eo' Oe][1  Kenna, C. S. C., director of Stud- z . " . . lies at Notre Dame Seattle College women students; " " announce a. father-daughter ban- The Notre Dame summer ses-will provide entertainment at 4 , , Iion m Mexico Ct will be o erat  p n All Cathohc students of the o Iet will be held Thursday even- -'" " - " " Y " P -i " "  -- ............ ed in conjunction with MexicblU W are invited to attend Re- ln, /xpnl .tU, in tile tnamJer oz '  " t ' " ' Commerce main dining room.. City College, an American-type i freshments will be served. Sponsoring the ev:nt is the Se- I in-titution founded in 1940 tc pro- i Arrangements for the aft rnoon ettle College chapter of Silveri vide American university work for : will be handled by Mike Sterbick Scroll, women's honorary sororitylstudents fro m the United States and Ray Fetter The dinner committee ineludeslwho desire to study in the foreign A formal dance is being planned the Misses Catherine Niedermey-] atmosphere. , t for Saturday, May 17. ' m and Jeanne Marie Eschbach M st f he c u s s to fer " 'l ,o. o t or'e beof -! general co-chairmen, Aliee Cary, ed at the Notre Dame summer Virginia Clark, Joan O'Neill, Col- session in Mexico will be taught !ROSCOE BALCH WINS t COLLEGE FORSENIC f EVENT SECOND TIME ! Roscoe Balch won the Seattle College forum oratorical contest, Tue-_day night, for the second suc- in English, although a few will be offered only in Spanish. Veterans of World War II may attend the summer session in Mexico under the G. I. Bill of Rights ! cessive year. . i Rust Craft Easter cards of rare ' He will ha, re his name inscribed beauty. Designs from many other on a permanent placque. Other I publishers, at Ihe Kaufer Co. finalists in the event, sponsored! Catholic Supply House, 1904 !by the College Forum Club, were I Fourth Ave., Seattle; 744 Broad-!John Powers, and Rosemary Too- way, Tacoma. mey. -I !  NO rm Nar.to ,S 8LImP,] [W L, : _ J YO0 KOW. BLtNO TO SOCH /  HO t .ooN o COL " v 7 CO '-0 --% iASSING THINGS AS PHV$1CAL ('--. y., ixl* ::r PIETTINE$S.OTHEiWlSE / FUNNY LOORIN6 [ PEOPLE ffRRY '  j ea(.H om,R ./L-  % -71  ANO BE' HPPY?f vi-1"  / lren Floyd, Dorothy Klingele, Mary Stevenson, and Marguerite LaVoy. S. C. FRATERNITY ELECTS Nace McHugh was elected pres- ident of Alpha Sigma Nu at a noon meeti-g Wednesday of the Seattle College chapter of the ha- I tional Jesuit college fraternity. ] Other officers chosen are Andre I Grandview, vice - presi- I Charvet, dent and Daniel Riley, Yakima ] secretary-treasurer. OT OF, ALL klEN AFE ATTRACTEO BOT A PAT @ Friday, March 28, 1947 * At "The Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. * Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent Coffee Shop and Dhfing Room * Rates start at $3.00 ]gHOADY R. LEE General Manager !, Second and mm tlere Now/ N,w  BIKE MOTOR !l FACTORY PRicE 97.55 Plus Tax Only $25 Down Pay While You Ride! afionI, new door-to-door trn- portation! 125 mil$per Ra!Ion, 5 to 35 mea per hour. !gineered foe dependability. Puf wing on your with the New Whizzer. See it at WHIZZER MOTOR S, ALES OF WASHINGTON SEneca 564 807 Pine St. Sorrowful Mysteries In ARCH RESTORERS Designed to cushion and support,the @ foot and help it to resume its Normal position; perform its Natural function. No metal. Interchangeable. Fitted to your foot by experienced shoe fitters. FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED DREW-EHtILISH Fine Shoes 1327 Third Ave. MA. 3783 Tableau' At Seamen's" c,ob oo S..do, YOUTH SYNPHONY Meditation on the Five Sorrow- CONCERT TO All) ful Mysteries of the Rosary dll be [ presented in tableau with a verse-! ABG SUMMER GAMP__ speaking choir by the Stella Marts I Associated Boys Clubs will pre-t League and the merchant seamen sent the Youth Symphony Orches- at the Catholic Seamen's Club on tra, under leadership of Francis i Aranyi, in a benefit concert at the Sunday; March 30, at 8:30 p. m. i Moore Theatre at 8:30 p. m., pecial scenery will be by MiSS lApril 17. irginia Fitzharris. The public is invited. I The orchestra, now in its fifth year. has played over 60 symphony !coneerts. Selections for the April Carleton Park Guild concert will include compositions I Mendelssohn, Will Meet Tonightl by i F,,njmin and Koday. Concert l tickets are $1.50 for adults.and The Carleton Park Guild of St. 175 cents for students. Procceds from the concert will Margaret Parish will meet at 8 [benefit the ABC youth camp at p. m. Friday, March 28, at the tNorth Bend. which operates all home of Mrs.. Juliette Morgan, tsummer for boys clubs and youth !711-28th Wesl. Igroil)S in ( n;: B%v S:ouls nd Plans for thc brcok[ast f,' }w (:;,lnpfir,, (;iris. Ea,:h yo;,r the iven by the Gill!(!, April 13, in I c;}mp S'ls ;;sial,' l'," ) ,.vecJc4 for the the church hall, will bc completed !"Deserving B,L;s" pror, rm whiOl at this mceLing_ j is made possible by subscription.@ = i q'welve dollars will provide a week t the cmp for any underprivi- Prep Mothers'. Club iged boy ,me,I by the subs,'iber. Meets Wednesday s,,!oist in the violin concerto . with orchcslra, by ?Jcn(leJhn, will be Robert Lezin. He is a Seattle Prep 5fothers' "Club will charter member of the Youth Symphony and sLudics violin with Mr. Frarcis Aranyi. Stainless Steel Aquariums meet at 2 p. m. on Wednesday, April 2, in the school library. PADDEN *g MORIARTY 1212 American Bldg. Seattle 4, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington far the Counly of King.--In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Mary Eqzaheth Hayes; deceased. -- N-. o.2781.--Notice of Hearing Final Re- port and petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby iven that Helen Hayes, Executrix of he Estate of Mry E!izabeh Hayes. ha fil-d in he of.'iee of lhe Cterk of 'aid Cour her final i Benort and ,ctit!.n for ditrib,ltirm. ! askin the Court to s,,ttle id Rennrt. r!;-tr;hl]t  O--, nr,)*'r', : t '' .or,Y':" thereto entitled and to discharge said Eecutrx: nd that said Ret.q't "d .?i*;n. wi! , bQ.-- rm the 247h r" v of April. 1947 at 10:00 a. m. at the of said Court, at whh time and place any person in ersted in said Estate may aoear nd fle o,)jection thereto and contest th Same. Dfo' t.hiS 26|h da,: of March, 1947. Nr'OMkN R tDDFLL. CIPrk rf sa,(} Couri. By W , :to-.-. dep"7.'. p.A DDN & .M'. C) 1A RTY. A t  orn':'.': fdr Es'+o. 1212 American Bhtp.. S,;tt - 11 4. Wash. "v':gf p,d,,;icm. Mq,-h 2, 1}47. Final t>ublica!ion, April 11. 137. Standard Sizes Made t6 Order REPAIRING r,002DERN AOUARIUM C{00MPhNY 1314 E. 43rd EV. 1454 I|:r: 3 In G N:tturd'ly, 9 lo (; SEATTLE COLLEGE SPECIAL Beautiful  in. x 7 in. Portraits " p],s ONE 8 in. x 10 in. Gold Tone .... ONLY $7.95 BRADLEY STUDIO l :|'_'S--2nd i%ven,,e Opp.site Rhodes' /ml /l "  L;I PageSlx CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS IJLL I ...... I I J -- I -- J I K C W'II G" O'N00I eo00t Halu trace , William Tellettes . ! lye Veterans Will Hold ,,v,$ v, I Four|hDegree " Wins Nail Commtmlon r::eakt!ast t He May18 ' "'" olin War Veterans xdll hold their DD/ITi re, first annual Communion breakfast .... r --'-' on Sunday. April 13. Members will .... i Order Aw-d Its High .assist at the 9:00 o'clock Mass in NEW YORK. March 25.--Thrill - it-he cathedral and receive Holy il,g 18,000 fansLn Madison Square Honor To 187 In I Communion in a hody. Breakfast Garden with dead-eyeshooting and Spokane, Sund.ay Iwill be served later in the Assem- ckv r ball hndling, Holy Cross: i bly Hotel and Tom Keefe, Con-,_- C, ol!ege won the national "basket-i The Knights of Columbus will muRder of the Post, will at as ball Contest tonight, defeat'rig Ok-i toastmaster, lahoma, 58 to 47, in the East- I On XYednesday, April 9, the Post will hold a social meeting in the Assembly Hotel Sl:ar Room at 8:30 p. m. ELLEN NIGKEBSON " SECOND IN STATE ORATORY CONTEST award its Fourth Degree, hig h - est in the order, to a list of 200 Knights from Western Washing- ton, in a ceremonial in Seattle on Sunday. May 18. Dan J. Kenny. district master for the patriotic degree, annotmced plans .for the Seattle exemplifica- tion, Wednesday, upon his return from Spokane. where 187 Knights were accorded the high honor on Sunday last. West finals. I Trailing 28-31 at halftime, the t boys from Vorcester, $Iass., elos-{ ed the gap, held a slim lead for 15[ minUt.s and then pulled awayi from the fighting Otdahomans in a driving finish. Kaftan, 18 and O'Connell, 16, forwards, shared :=coring honors for Holy Cross Tucker of Oklahoma was high ,un for the losers with 22 count- ers. The Oklahoma Aggies held the Students Contend I| For Honors In [i Orat!ry Conte00t I en?:/h c th:gphhH1 e:;dnatS !1 "" e " ' tl[mC :la t c22 t es to n  :, Ietnmd::n April 9, in the K. of C. Hall to select the Catholic High entry. The winner will con:pete with the Seattle and outlving public school champions, on April 18. Intra-mural competition is be- ing held this week in the Catholic schools to select entries for the April 9 contest. Representatives f r o m two schools named Tuesday were: Jacqueline H,awe, Holy Rosary, and Janet Repanich, Holy Angels. The Patrick Henry contest is sponsored by the Hearst news- papers and locally by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The :Most Reverend Charles D. / nation hoop title in both 1945 and White, D. D., Bishop of Spokane liss Nlltn-Nickerson, senior at lq46 Tlee Archers in a new class at Holy Names Academy dra their and five members of the Spokane Hal- Rosar- Hi-h School Seattle " " clergy headed the list of Knights -Y .. -Y ',; ' . L 10ng bows. The3" are ,left to right, Norm St. Arnand, Jane Ma- S- C.Chieftains ........ wno pariclpaea in a series oz   - honey '.nd Jeanne Veleh. recelwng tne ourn uegree in . the  el ne cerm . . [oratorical contests on the Consh- [ A p a e any. And l-lis ...... n  ran |l q|,qwl|O Though this is the first season archery has been offered at the Ex2e,lency addressedtheba qu LI1 - tudon,, "arrmr &g. st xy - . - Academy. it already compete, in popularity with the spring's estab- Onen Diamond Sunday e{,ening, which climanxedea ] .ny, was .awarded helCOdstPle O....,a r.. 'n.. lished sport, tennis. Sister ,tar," lorothy, athletic director, is coach. in the state finals e I a day of impressive ceremonies Ex-[  to - ._ ,..._ . _,_,_. J_. " ! T day ercises began Sunday morning Ibrday. even:ng at the Seattlne - ..... Seas0 o when 400 Knights includin the,t:n'mner o, t:ommerce. W"  cO i e   ... n. g  . . ' Seattle College Cath-Yu Communion I 200 Fourth Degree' candidate%, e-I test was sponsored by the Amer ldii| || L11| __ " ccived Holy Communion in .a bodv I lean Legi0n.and open student.- apeaers nxer realast ounuay The Seattle College Chieftains in Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral lot all schools in the state. __ " MJ- Nickerson p-revlousl-,,  on, I Seattle Prep closed its basket- . -s " mr t  ]  will open their baseball season in National -ournez j Members of the Cath Yu Club, a non-conference tilt with College l dzstrmt champmnsh]p, was wet-l , " ....  ball season at a ,eneral assembly 300 AT ITALIAN t err Washington'' " finalist" " and re- in Garrigan gym, Friday. Seventy- will'FUrleaveSeattlefor VlrginIaCllege stud.eRrs ] young people,s organizatio nFmday of SL I Of Puget Sund at Bradway play- " one letters were awarded to play- , ]James Cathedral Parish, will re- field this Fr!day, with the first ceived .$100.00 in prize money for " . ........ ers anti atner teraru mvoy  a. night, to enter the National For- I ceive Communion in a body at seven inning game of the double / her successful efforts She has ] ' " ' Dlld||tn. llrlll'l'k! [ - - le,thletic dil-ector thanked the,stu- " L  I the 9 o'cloc Mass on Sunday, header starting ,at 1:30 p m. been an "A" student throughout ,  , . = ensm Tournament at the Maryj k U||rN r,, ] .... dent body and athletes for makmo Hurling the first game for the Washington College of the Uni- I March 30, in the Cathedral. Break- her four years of high scnoo an mss ,P,-,.]. . this past basketball season the versity of Virginia at Fredericks-] fast will be served later at the Chiefs will be Freshman Joe Fac- |has been successful in the field n f n h ch el hi PARISH RI-NI-FI/  ost success ul i t e S o's "s- burg. "Ihey are Beverly McLucas, I Assembly Hotel Coffee Shop. cone, former Seattle Prep star, ntutt a-tt/l/ of oratory and debate, winning tory. ' Mary -'llen Moore, Don Cox, and I The Cath-Yu Club will meet on who pitches right handed but bats _  first place in zmpromtu spearing Highlight of the assembly was j. Robert Larson. 1Tuesd,ay, April 1, at 8 p. rn. at left handed and is toued as a ABERDEEN, March 25.--More in the Seattle College forensic the awarding of two beautiful tr0- With delegates from every state 1 Cathedral Hall. Any Catholic dangerous man at the plate. than 300 guests atended the Sons tournament last fall. Ellen is the phies to Varsity Captain John participating, the tournament is I young people wishing to take part On the mound for the second of Italy dinner, served in St. Mary daghter'of Mr. and Mrs. F D. Halleran one for the Catholic scheduled for April 3-5. ' [in the activities of the club are clash will be Frank Vena, also School here, Sunday, as a parish Nickerson who reside at 6556 41st High Scimol Title and the other benefit. Ave S XV fer the Northwest High School Miss Moor e will enter divisions/urged to attend. A hike is plan- playing his first year of college in oratory and dramatic reading, [ ned for Sunday, April 13. ball. Frank is the largest man in Among dignitaries attending ' ParocHial Champtonship. while Miss. McLucas will partici- i . ___ the league tipping the scales at 210 pounds ,and puts all of it be- Notre Dame Univ. hind his delivery. During the war years he played with Coast Guard ABERDEEN, March 25.--More -Lan 300 guests attended the Sons was Dr. Marce]lo Mochi, North-]pL=______ll___ /lil__lL Various squads were introduced', pate in extemperaneous and "re west consul of the ltalian govern-lllllRliliOr IIUD by StUdent Body President Ted i ment H  .. ....... I .... sponse to the occasion" depart- three" ve2;'% . 1D2ea:nde n,yj Bowlers Rolfin tShanahan prep and varsitYiments and Larson will take part - -.  lcoaches, Mr C Wollesen S J 1 - ' .... Mochi were introduced b- Nick :, - " " " ' " . "i in eciamauon ano m ormative Y Cubs'; Mr. J. Murphy, S.J. 'Fresh- . - Rselli of the Italian organization, l Into the Strech men" Mr D Doyle SJ "rhird] speaking& Tro0therSeattlestu- i iLY ' _ " " _ ..'. ".'. . t uents TanK Afisni0 and jonn Mayor Extends Greetin . . /'cam'; Mr. uan vteunKovicn 'var- ' " g With the home stretch in s ghtl.,  Spellman, are participating in ' Mayor Walter T. Foelkner ex- in the Chancellor Club sp,'ing lintY" , . three-day forens,ic ' tournament tended greetin s from the cat u Managers Pat Fhnk and John g " y bowling session, R dy Lauth is] " 'this week at the University of! and Grand Knight Stanley Leves, still top pin man, with 149 aver- L. Sullivan, were commended by Redlands, Redlands, Calif. age. Norm Canney is running a Father. Evoy for heir excellent que of the Knights of Columbus council discussed its Catholic pro- close second with 147 and Jim] wrk throughout,the season gram and called upon non-mere- McLeod holds third place with 145.1 hers to join the K. of C. ranks. Among the women, Mary Pen- I Roy. Father M. O'Donnell and niston is leading with 134, tel-! l'alh(,r F.afalowski thanked the lowed by Lorraine Blornbcrg with Sons of ialy for sponsorhig the i 131, and. Lenore Neunzr with i23. church benefit. _ t Bill Bush is high man of the: Introduced were Mr. and Mrs. I season with a 215 game,and Norm Jack Carossino, grand lodge offi- Canney hit high for a single eve- cers of the Sons of Italy; Mrs. ning with a 507 series. Knox. Ky., where he is serving :Monda Carson, president of the High game for the girls is 185, in the medical division. He also Italian Ladies' lodge; Chairman bowled by Mary Pennizton. i received many cong,'atuiationm and Mrs. LaRosa; Mrs, Foelkner, -- I The 20-year old Corporal, son of ldIrs" Roselli and Mrs. Levesque.   Milers In Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKay of Stanley was toastmaster. ,.o,,.er Seattle has ten brothers and four On Program Meet sisters He is an O'Dea igh _re. _o_a. tgraduat e and studied for one year at Seattle College before entering The program included vocal so- los by Mldred Dobbins and Rich- ard Percini, accompanied by Mrs. ]2mma D'Amico Anderson; Rennin O]son'in an &l Jolson interpreta- tion; Sarah Ann Entrap, accord- ion selections, and the Hilo Ha- v,'aiians, electric guitar selections In charge of preparing the ban- quet were George Ficele, Joe Luo- iso, Carlo Contris, Chester IYeNot-! In, Philip Ficele and Louis Rhino. Vivaldo Brojac was in charge of a corps of young women and girls who served Corp. McKay Gets Many Congratulations; Has 14 Brothers, Sisters Michael McKay received corp- oral chevrons, this week, at Port LACEY, %Vn. -- St. Martin's the army. track coach, Wally Flynn, is send- ing two men into the ill Military tlAVEY J.,BOYLE, NOTED Relays, March 28, in Portlahd. A SPORTS VCRITER, DIES pair of Olympi.ans, John Mills and Bob Harmon, will wear the Mar- PITTSBURGH, Ma'rch 21. -- (NC}--A Solemn Mass of Re- tian red and white in the first i quiem was offered in St. Basil post-war running of the nationally Church, CarNck, for Havey J. known meet. They will be contend- ers .in the Glenn Cunningham mile Boyle, sports editor of q he Pitts- event, burgh Pos,t Gazette and for 13 years head of the Boxing Com- The United States is the lead- mission of Pencsylvania. ing" wheat producing region of Mr. Boyle was nationally kno-n the world, in his field. IEY FALL-IN LOW WITH Knightnotes Sparkirtg the Seattle Council! membership drive for 100 candi- df.cs tr) be initiated May 4 are Ton] /Viir:tnh,, Art Barth and Bill McMah:m. semi-formal spring dance is slated for Seattle Knights, their ladies and friends on Saturday, April 12. KOL 7 0. m. Tonight ARMCHAIR tRUISES H. E. Jamieson A Thrilling Story Of Puget Sound Smuggling ROt 7 p. m. Tonight ( i rider ) TCod S Captain of the Port and was a o n act ummer noticeable factor in helping to win the Coast Guard Chamlionship. Course In Mexico FI'NF:RAI, DIRECTORS E:;TABLISHED 1897 FItI';D 1. V.N" C H GEORGE .TEr'EAD MABEL BARLoW ()w';F;S ,Z- OPF'ATOq Sr'TT,VlCES OF THE ItIGHST CI:AT?CT.p, a.T  MaD- ETtATE COST I,;95 ;:rl,- %x',,. nt Pine .St. --T!:;:'.." ,z. DT'SI.ED EAst 7-111 i ............ |i Newman Club Bids Students To Open House Sunday The Newman Club will hold open house. Sunday, Mar.h 30. Music and technic,flor motion Fie- tures of the lodge skiers dance NOTRE DAME, Ind.--As a con- tribution tbward-better inter-Am- erican understanding the Univer- Dad and !r% |_ vangnter sity of Notre Dame will sponsor a B S h d l d summer session Augustin Mexico City anquet c e u e from June 23 to 22, it is B O 11 1T i announced by the Rev. Hpward .t|eo' Oe][1  Kenna, C. S. C., director of Stud- z . " . . lies at Notre Dame Seattle College women students; " " announce a. father-daughter ban- The Notre Dame summer ses-will provide entertainment at 4 , , Iion m Mexico Ct will be o erat  p n All Cathohc students of the o Iet will be held Thursday even- -'" " - " " Y " P -i " "  -- ............ ed in conjunction with MexicblU W are invited to attend Re- ln, /xpnl .tU, in tile tnamJer oz '  " t ' " ' Commerce main dining room.. City College, an American-type i freshments will be served. Sponsoring the ev:nt is the Se- I in-titution founded in 1940 tc pro- i Arrangements for the aft rnoon ettle College chapter of Silveri vide American university work for : will be handled by Mike Sterbick Scroll, women's honorary sororitylstudents fro m the United States and Ray Fetter The dinner committee ineludeslwho desire to study in the foreign A formal dance is being planned the Misses Catherine Niedermey-] atmosphere. , t for Saturday, May 17. ' m and Jeanne Marie Eschbach M st f he c u s s to fer " 'l ,o. o t or'e beof -! general co-chairmen, Aliee Cary, ed at the Notre Dame summer Virginia Clark, Joan O'Neill, Col- session in Mexico will be taught !ROSCOE BALCH WINS t COLLEGE FORSENIC f EVENT SECOND TIME ! Roscoe Balch won the Seattle College forum oratorical contest, Tue-_day night, for the second suc- in English, although a few will be offered only in Spanish. Veterans of World War II may attend the summer session in Mexico under the G. I. Bill of Rights ! cessive year. . i Rust Craft Easter cards of rare ' He will ha, re his name inscribed beauty. Designs from many other on a permanent placque. Other I publishers, at Ihe Kaufer Co. finalists in the event, sponsored! Catholic Supply House, 1904 !by the College Forum Club, were I Fourth Ave., Seattle; 744 Broad-!John Powers, and Rosemary Too- way, Tacoma. mey. -I !  NO rm Nar.to ,S 8LImP,] [W L, : _ J YO0 KOW. BLtNO TO SOCH /  HO t .ooN o COL " v 7 CO '-0 --% iASSING THINGS AS PHV$1CAL ('--. y., ixl* ::r PIETTINE$S.OTHEiWlSE / FUNNY LOORIN6 [ PEOPLE ffRRY '  j ea(.H om,R ./L-  % -71  ANO BE' HPPY?f vi-1"  / lren Floyd, Dorothy Klingele, Mary Stevenson, and Marguerite LaVoy. S. C. FRATERNITY ELECTS Nace McHugh was elected pres- ident of Alpha Sigma Nu at a noon meeti-g Wednesday of the Seattle College chapter of the ha- I tional Jesuit college fraternity. ] Other officers chosen are Andre I Grandview, vice - presi- I Charvet, dent and Daniel Riley, Yakima ] secretary-treasurer. OT OF, ALL klEN AFE ATTRACTEO BOT A PAT @ Friday, March 28, 1947 * At "The Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. * Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent Coffee Shop and Dhfing Room * Rates start at $3.00 ]gHOADY R. LEE General Manager !, Second and mm tlere Now/ N,w  BIKE MOTOR !l FACTORY PRicE 97.55 Plus Tax Only $25 Down Pay While You Ride! afionI, new door-to-door trn- portation! 125 mil$per Ra!Ion, 5 to 35 mea per hour. !gineered foe dependability. Puf wing on your with the New Whizzer. See it at WHIZZER MOTOR S, ALES OF WASHINGTON SEneca 564 807 Pine St. Sorrowful Mysteries In ARCH RESTORERS Designed to cushion and support,the @ foot and help it to resume its Normal position; perform its Natural function. No metal. Interchangeable. Fitted to your foot by experienced shoe fitters. FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED DREW-EHtILISH Fine Shoes 1327 Third Ave. MA. 3783 Tableau' At Seamen's" c,ob oo S..do, YOUTH SYNPHONY Meditation on the Five Sorrow- CONCERT TO All) ful Mysteries of the Rosary dll be [ presented in tableau with a verse-! ABG SUMMER GAMP__ speaking choir by the Stella Marts I Associated Boys Clubs will pre-t League and the merchant seamen sent the Youth Symphony Orches- at the Catholic Seamen's Club on tra, under leadership of Francis i Aranyi, in a benefit concert at the Sunday; March 30, at 8:30 p. m. i Moore Theatre at 8:30 p. m., pecial scenery will be by MiSS lApril 17. irginia Fitzharris. The public is invited. I The orchestra, now in its fifth year. has played over 60 symphony !coneerts. Selections for the April Carleton Park Guild concert will include compositions I Mendelssohn, Will Meet Tonightl by i F,,njmin and Koday. Concert l tickets are $1.50 for adults.and The Carleton Park Guild of St. 175 cents for students. Procceds from the concert will Margaret Parish will meet at 8 [benefit the ABC youth camp at p. m. Friday, March 28, at the tNorth Bend. which operates all home of Mrs.. Juliette Morgan, tsummer for boys clubs and youth !711-28th Wesl. Igroil)S in ( n;: B%v S:ouls nd Plans for thc brcok[ast f,' }w (:;,lnpfir,, (;iris. Ea,:h yo;,r the iven by the Gill!(!, April 13, in I c;}mp S'ls ;;sial,' l'," ) ,.vecJc4 for the the church hall, will bc completed !"Deserving B,L;s" pror, rm whiOl at this mceLing_ j is made possible by subscription.@ = i q'welve dollars will provide a week t the cmp for any underprivi- Prep Mothers'. Club iged boy ,me,I by the subs,'iber. Meets Wednesday s,,!oist in the violin concerto . with orchcslra, by ?Jcn(leJhn, will be Robert Lezin. He is a Seattle Prep 5fothers' "Club will charter member of the Youth Symphony and sLudics violin with Mr. Frarcis Aranyi. Stainless Steel Aquariums meet at 2 p. m. on Wednesday, April 2, in the school library. PADDEN *g MORIARTY 1212 American Bldg. Seattle 4, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington far the Counly of King.--In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Mary Eqzaheth Hayes; deceased. -- N-. o.2781.--Notice of Hearing Final Re- port and petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby iven that Helen Hayes, Executrix of he Estate of Mry E!izabeh Hayes. ha fil-d in he of.'iee of lhe Cterk of 'aid Cour her final i Benort and ,ctit!.n for ditrib,ltirm. ! askin the Court to s,,ttle id Rennrt. r!;-tr;hl]t  O--, nr,)*'r', : t '' .or,Y':" thereto entitled and to discharge said Eecutrx: nd that said Ret.q't "d .?i*;n. wi! , bQ.-- rm the 247h r" v of April. 1947 at 10:00 a. m. at the of said Court, at whh time and place any person in ersted in said Estate may aoear nd fle o,)jection thereto and contest th Same. Dfo' t.hiS 26|h da,: of March, 1947. Nr'OMkN R tDDFLL. CIPrk rf sa,(} Couri. By W , :to-.-. dep"7.'. p.A DDN & .M'. C) 1A RTY. A t  orn':'.': fdr Es'+o. 1212 American Bhtp.. S,;tt - 11 4. Wash. "v':gf p,d,,;icm. Mq,-h 2, 1}47. Final t>ublica!ion, April 11. 137. Standard Sizes Made t6 Order REPAIRING r,002DERN AOUARIUM C{00MPhNY 1314 E. 43rd EV. 1454 I|:r: 3 In G N:tturd'ly, 9 lo (; SEATTLE COLLEGE SPECIAL Beautiful  in. x 7 in. Portraits " p],s ONE 8 in. x 10 in. Gold Tone .... ONLY $7.95 BRADLEY STUDIO l :|'_'S--2nd i%ven,,e Opp.site Rhodes' /ml /l "  L;I PageSlx CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS IJLL I ...... I I J -- I -- J I K C W'II G" O'N00I eo00t Halu trace , William Tellettes . ! lye Veterans Will Hold ,,v,$ v, I Four|hDegree " Wins Nail Commtmlon r::eakt!ast t He May18 ' "'" olin War Veterans xdll hold their DD/ITi re, first annual Communion breakfast .... r --'-' on Sunday. April 13. Members will .... i Order Aw-d Its High .assist at the 9:00 o'clock Mass in NEW YORK. March 25.--Thrill - it-he cathedral and receive Holy il,g 18,000 fansLn Madison Square Honor To 187 In I Communion in a hody. Breakfast Garden with dead-eyeshooting and Spokane, Sund.ay Iwill be served later in the Assem- ckv r ball hndling, Holy Cross: i bly Hotel and Tom Keefe, Con-,_- C, ol!ege won the national "basket-i The Knights of Columbus will muRder of the Post, will at as ball Contest tonight, defeat'rig Ok-i toastmaster, lahoma, 58 to 47, in the East- I On XYednesday, April 9, the Post will hold a social meeting in the Assembly Hotel Sl:ar Room at 8:30 p. m. ELLEN NIGKEBSON " SECOND IN STATE ORATORY CONTEST award its Fourth Degree, hig h - est in the order, to a list of 200 Knights from Western Washing- ton, in a ceremonial in Seattle on Sunday. May 18. Dan J. Kenny. district master for the patriotic degree, annotmced plans .for the Seattle exemplifica- tion, Wednesday, upon his return from Spokane. where 187 Knights were accorded the high honor on Sunday last. West finals. I Trailing 28-31 at halftime, the t boys from Vorcester, $Iass., elos-{ ed the gap, held a slim lead for 15[ minUt.s and then pulled awayi from the fighting Otdahomans in a driving finish. Kaftan, 18 and O'Connell, 16, forwards, shared :=coring honors for Holy Cross Tucker of Oklahoma was high ,un for the losers with 22 count- ers. The Oklahoma Aggies held the Students Contend I| For Honors In [i Orat!ry Conte00t I en?:/h c th:gphhH1 e:;dnatS !1 "" e " ' tl[mC :la t c22 t es to n  :, Ietnmd::n April 9, in the K. of C. Hall to select the Catholic High entry. The winner will con:pete with the Seattle and outlving public school champions, on April 18. Intra-mural competition is be- ing held this week in the Catholic schools to select entries for the April 9 contest. Representatives f r o m two schools named Tuesday were: Jacqueline H,awe, Holy Rosary, and Janet Repanich, Holy Angels. The Patrick Henry contest is sponsored by the Hearst news- papers and locally by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The :Most Reverend Charles D. / nation hoop title in both 1945 and White, D. D., Bishop of Spokane liss Nlltn-Nickerson, senior at lq46 Tlee Archers in a new class at Holy Names Academy dra their and five members of the Spokane Hal- Rosar- Hi-h School Seattle " " clergy headed the list of Knights -Y .. -Y ',; ' . L 10ng bows. The3" are ,left to right, Norm St. Arnand, Jane Ma- S- C.Chieftains ........ wno pariclpaea in a series oz   - honey '.nd Jeanne Veleh. recelwng tne ourn uegree in . the  el ne cer m . . [oratorical contests on the Consh- [ A p a e any. And l-lis ...... n  ran |l q|,qwl|O Though this is the first season archery has been offered at the Ex2e,lency addressedtheba qu LI1 - tudon,, "arrmr &g. st xy - . - Academy. it already compete, in popularity with the spring's estab- Onen Diamond Sunday e{,ening, which climanxedea ] .ny, was .awarded helCOdstPle O....,a r.. 'n.. lished sport, tennis. Sister ,tar," lorothy, athletic director, is coach. in the state finals e I a day of impressive ceremonies Ex-[  to - ._ ,..._ . _,_,_. J_. " ! T day ercises began Sunday morning Ibrday. even:ng at the Seattlne - ..... Seas0 o when 400 Knights includin the,t:n'mner o, t:ommerce. W"  cO i e   ... n. g  . . ' Seattle College Cath-Yu Communion I 200 Fourth Degree' candidate%, e-I test was sponsored by the Amer ldii| || L11| __ " ccived Holy Communion in .a bodv I lean Legi0n.and open student.- apeaers nxer realast ounuay The Seattle College Chieftains in Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral lot all schools in the state. __ " MJ- Nickerson p-revlousl-,,  on, I Seattle Prep closed its basket- . -s " mr t  ]  will open their baseball season in National -ournez j Members of the Cath Yu Club, a non-conference tilt with College l dzstrmt champmnsh]p, was wet-l , " ....  ball season at a ,eneral assembly 300 AT ITALIAN t err Washington'' " finalist" " and re- in Garrigan gym, Friday. Seventy- will'FUrleaveSeattlefor VlrginIaCllege stud.eRrs ] young people,s organizatio nFmday of SL I Of Puget Sund at Bradway play- " one letters were awarded to play- , ]James Cathedral Parish, will re- field this Fr!day, with the first ceived .$100.00 in prize money for " . ........ ers anti atner teraru mvoy  a. night, to enter the National For- I ceive Communion in a body at seven inning game of the double / her successful efforts She has ] ' " ' Dlld||tn. llrlll'l'k! [ - - le,thletic dil-ector thanked the,stu- " L  I the 9 o'cloc Mass on Sunday, header starting ,at 1:30 p m. been an "A" student throughout ,  , . = ensm Tournament at the Maryj k U||rN r,, ] .... dent body and athletes for makmo Hurling the first game for the Washington College of the Uni- I March 30, in the Cathedral. Break- her four years of high scnoo an mss ,P,-,.]. . this past basketball season the versity of Virginia at Fredericks-] fast will be served later at the Chiefs will be Freshman Joe Fac- |has been successful in the field n f n h ch el hi PARISH RI-NI-FI/  ost success ul i t e S o's "s- burg. "Ihey are Beverly McLucas, I Assembly Hotel Coffee Shop. cone, former Seattle Prep star, ntutt a-tt/l/ of oratory and debate, winning tory. ' Mary -'llen Moore, Don Cox, and I The Cath-Yu Club will meet on who pitches right handed but bats _  first place in zmpromtu spearing Highlight of the assembly was j. Robert Larson. 1Tuesd,ay, April 1, at 8 p. rn. at left handed and is toued as a ABERDEEN, March 25.--More in the Seattle College forensic the awarding of two beautiful tr0- With delegates from every state 1 Cathedral Hall. Any Catholic dangerous man at the plate. than 300 guests atended the Sons tournament last fall. Ellen is the phies to Varsity Captain John participating, the tournament is I young people wishing to take part On the mound for the second of Italy dinner, served in St. Mary daghter'of Mr. and Mrs. F D. Halleran one for the Catholic scheduled for April 3-5. ' [in the activities of the club are clash will be Frank Vena, also School here, Sunday, as a parish Nickerson who reside at 6556 41st High Scimol Title and the other benefit. Ave S XV fer the Northwest High School Miss Moor e will enter divisions/urged to attend. A hike is plan- playing his first year of college in oratory and dramatic reading, [ ned for Sunday, April 13. ball. Frank is the largest man in Among dignitaries attending ' ParocHial Champtonship. while Miss. McLucas will partici- i . ___ the league tipping the scales at 210 pounds ,and puts all of it be- Notre Dame Univ. hind his delivery. During the war years he played with Coast Guard ABERDEEN, March 25.--More -Lan 300 guests attended the Sons was Dr. Marce]lo Mochi, North-]pL=______ll___ /lil__lL Various squads were introduced', pate in extemperaneous and "re west consul of the ltalian govern-lllllRliliOr IIUD by StUdent Body President Ted i ment H  .. ....... I .... sponse to the occasion" depart- three" ve2;'% . 1D2ea:nde n,yj Bowlers Rolfin tShanahan prep and varsitYiments and Larson will take part - -.  lcoaches, Mr C Wollesen S J 1 - ' .... Mochi were introduced b- Nick :, - " " " ' " . "i in eciamauon ano m ormative Y Cubs'; Mr. J. Murphy, S.J. 'Fresh- . - Rselli of the Italian organization, l Into the Strech men" Mr D Doyle SJ "rhird] speaking& Tro0therSeattlestu- i iLY ' _ " " _ ..'. ".'. . t uents TanK Afisni0 and jonn Mayor Extends Greetin . . /'cam'; Mr. uan vteunKovicn 'var- ' " g With the home stretch in s ghtl.,  Spellman, are participating in ' Mayor Walter T. Foelkner ex- in the Chancellor Club sp,'ing lintY" , . three-day forens,ic ' tournament tended greetin s from the cat u Managers Pat Fhnk and John g " y bowling session, R dy Lauth is] " 'this week at the University of! and Grand Knight Stanley Leves, still top pin man, with 149 aver- L. Sullivan, were commended by Redlands, Redlands, Calif. age. Norm Canney is running a Father. Evoy for heir excellent que of the Knights of Columbus council discussed its Catholic pro- close second with 147 and Jim] wrk throughout,the season gram and called upon non-mere- McLeod holds third place with 145.1 hers to join the K. of C. ranks. Among the women, Mary Pen- I Roy. Father M. O'Donnell and niston is leading with 134, tel-! l'alh(,r F.afalowski thanked the lowed by Lorraine Blornbcrg with Sons of ialy for sponsorhig the i 131, and. Lenore Neunzr with i23. church benefit. _ t Bill Bush is high man of the: Introduced were Mr. and Mrs. I season with a 215 game,and Norm Jack Carossino, grand lodge offi- Canney hit high for a single eve- cers of the Sons of Italy; Mrs. ning with a 507 series. Knox. Ky., where he is serving :Monda Carson, president of the High game for the girls is 185, in the medical division. He also Italian Ladies' lodge; Chairman bowled by Mary Pennizton. i received many cong,'atuiationm and Mrs. LaRosa; Mrs, Foelkner, -- I The 20-year old Corporal, son of ldIrs" Roselli and Mrs. Levesque.   Milers In Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKay of Stanley was toastmaster. ,.o,,.er Seattle has ten brothers and four On Program Meet sisters He is an O'Dea igh _re. _o_a. tgraduat e and studied for one year at Seattle College before entering The program included vocal so- los by Mldred Dobbins and Rich- ard Percini, accompanied by Mrs. ]2mma D'Amico Anderson; Rennin O]son'in an &l Jolson interpreta- tion; Sarah Ann Entrap, accord- ion selections, and the Hilo Ha- v,'aiians, electric guitar selections In charge of preparing the ban- quet were George Ficele, Joe Luo- iso, Carlo Contris, Chester IYeNot-! In, Philip Ficele and Louis Rhino. Vivaldo Brojac was in charge of a corps of young women and girls who served Corp. McKay Gets Many Congratulations; Has 14 Brothers, Sisters Michael McKay received corp- oral chevrons, this week, at Port LACEY, %Vn. -- St. Martin's the army. track coach, Wally Flynn, is send- ing two men into the ill Military tlAVEY J.,BOYLE, NOTED Relays, March 28, in Portlahd. A SPORTS VCRITER, DIES pair of Olympi.ans, John Mills and Bob Harmon, will wear the Mar- PITTSBURGH, Ma'rch 21. -- (NC}--A Solemn Mass of Re- tian red and white in the first i quiem was offered in St. Basil post-war running of the nationally Church, CarNck, for Havey J. known meet. They will be contend- ers .in the Glenn Cunningham mile Boyle, sports editor of q he Pitts- event, burgh Pos,t Gazette and for 13 years head of the Boxing Com- The United States is the lead- mission of Pencsylvania. ing" wheat producing region of Mr. Boyle was nationally kno-n the world, in his field. IEY FALL-IN LOW WITH Knightnotes Sparkirtg the Seattle Council! membership drive for 100 candi- df.cs tr) be initiated May 4 are Ton] /Viir:tnh,, Art Barth and Bill McMah:m. semi-formal spring dance is slated for Seattle Knights, their ladies and friends on Saturday, April 12. KOL 7 0. m. Tonight ARMCHAIR tRUISES H. E. Jamieson A Thrilling Story Of Puget Sound Smuggling ROt 7 p. m. Tonight ( i rider ) TCod S Captain of the Port and was a o n act ummer noticeable factor in helping to win the Coast Guard Chamlionship. Course In Mexico FI'NF:RAI, DIRECTORS E:;TABLISHED 1897 FItI';D 1. V.N" C H GEORGE .TEr'EAD MABEL BARLoW ()w';F;S ,Z- OPF'ATOq Sr'TT,VlCES OF THE ItIGHST CI:AT?CT.p, a.T  MaD- ETtATE COST I,;95 ;:rl,- %x',,. nt Pine .St. --T!:;:'.." ,z. DT'SI.ED EAst 7-111 i ............ |i Newman Club Bids Students To Open House Sunday The Newman Club will hold open house. Sunday, Mar.h 30. Music and technic,flor motion Fie- tures of the lodge skiers dance NOTRE DAME, Ind.--As a con- tribution tbward-better inter-Am- erican understanding the Univer- Dad and !r% |_ vangnter sity of Notre Dame will sponsor a B S h d l d summer session Augustin Mexico City anquet c e u e from June 23 to 22, it is B O 11 1T i announced by the Rev. Hpward .t|eo' Oe][1  Kenna, C. S. C., director of Stud- z . " . . lies at Notre Dame Seattle College women students; " " announce a. father-daughter ban- The Notre Dame summer ses-will provide entertainment at 4 , , Iion m Mexico Ct will be o erat  p n All Cathohc students of the o Iet will be held Thursday even- -'" " - " " Y " P -i " "  -- ............ ed in conjunction with MexicblU W are invited to attend Re- ln, /xpnl .tU, in tile tnamJer oz '  " t ' " ' Commerce main dining room.. City College, an American-type i freshments will be served. Sponsoring the ev:nt is the Se- I in-titution founded in 1940 tc pro- i Arrangements for the aft rnoon ettle College chapter of Silveri vide American university work for : will be handled by Mike Sterbick Scroll, women's honorary sororitylstudents fro m the United States and Ray Fetter The dinner committee ineludeslwho desire to study in the foreign A formal dance is being planned the Misses Catherine Niedermey-] atmosphere. , t for Saturday, May 17. ' m and Jeanne Marie Eschbach M st f he c u s s to fer " 'l ,o. o t or'e beof -! general co-chairmen, Aliee Cary, ed at the Notre Dame summer Virginia Clark, Joan O'Neill, Col- session in Mexico will be taught !ROSCOE BALCH WINS t COLLEGE FORSENIC f EVENT SECOND TIME ! Roscoe Balch won the Seattle College forum oratorical contest, Tue-_day night, for the second suc- in English, although a few will be offered only in Spanish. Veterans of World War II may attend the summer session in Mexico under the G. I. Bill of Rights ! cessive year. . i Rust Craft Easter cards of rare ' He will ha, re his name inscribed beauty. Designs from many other on a permanent placque. Other I publishers, at Ihe Kaufer Co. finalists in the event, sponsored! Catholic Supply House, 1904 !by the College Forum Club, were I Fourth Ave., Seattle; 744 Broad-!John Powers, and Rosemary Too- way, Tacoma. mey. -I !  NO rm Nar.to ,S 8LImP,] [W L, : _ J YO0 KOW. BLtNO TO SOCH /  HO t .ooN o COL " v 7 CO '-0 --% iASSING THINGS AS PHV$1CAL ('--. y., ixl* ::r PIETTINE$S.OTHEiWlSE / FUNNY LOORIN6 [ PEOPLE ffRRY '  j ea(.H om,R ./L-  % -71  ANO BE' HPPY?f vi-1"  / lren Floyd, Dorothy Klingele, Mary Stevenson, and Marguerite LaVoy. S. C. FRATERNITY ELECTS Nace McHugh was elected pres- ident of Alpha Sigma Nu at a noon meeti-g Wednesday of the Seattle College chapter of the ha- I tional Jesuit college fraternity. ] Other officers chosen are Andre I Grandview, vice - presi- I Charvet, dent and Daniel Riley, Yakima ] secretary-treasurer. OT OF, ALL klEN AFE ATTRACTEO BOT A PAT @ Friday, March 28, 1947 * At "The Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. * Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent Coffee Shop and Dhfing Room * Rates start at $3.00 ]gHOADY R. 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ABG SUMMER GAMP__ speaking choir by the Stella Marts I Associated Boys Clubs will pre-t League and the merchant seamen sent the Youth Symphony Orches- at the Catholic Seamen's Club on tra, under leadership of Francis i Aranyi, in a benefit concert at the Sunday; March 30, at 8:30 p. m. i Moore Theatre at 8:30 p. m., pecial scenery will be by MiSS lApril 17. irginia Fitzharris. The public is invited. I The orchestra, now in its fifth year. has played over 60 symphony !coneerts. Selections for the April Carleton Park Guild concert will include compositions I Mendelssohn, Will Meet Tonightl by i F,,njmin and Koday. Concert l tickets are $1.50 for adults.and The Carleton Park Guild of St. 175 cents for students. Procceds from the concert will Margaret Parish will meet at 8 [benefit the ABC youth camp at p. m. Friday, March 28, at the tNorth Bend. which operates all home of Mrs.. Juliette Morgan, tsummer for boys clubs and youth !711-28th Wesl. Igroil)S in ( n;: B%v S:ouls nd Plans for thc brcok[ast f,' }w (:;,lnpfir,, (;iris. Ea,:h yo;,r the iven by the Gill!(!, April 13, in I c;}mp S'ls ;;sial,' l'," ) ,.vecJc4 for the the church hall, will bc completed !"Deserving B,L;s" pror, rm whiOl at this mceLing_ j is made possible by subscription.@ = i q'welve dollars will provide a week t the cmp for any underprivi- Prep Mothers'. Club iged boy ,me,I by the subs,'iber. Meets Wednesday s,,!oist in the violin concerto . with orchcslra, by ?Jcn(leJhn, will be Robert Lezin. He is a Seattle Prep 5fothers' "Club will charter member of the Youth Symphony and sLudics violin with Mr. Frarcis Aranyi. Stainless Steel Aquariums meet at 2 p. m. on Wednesday, April 2, in the school library. PADDEN *g MORIARTY 1212 American Bldg. Seattle 4, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington far the Counly of King.--In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Mary Eqzaheth Hayes; deceased. -- N-. o.2781.--Notice of Hearing Final Re- port and petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby iven that Helen Hayes, Executrix of he Estate of Mry E!izabeh Hayes. ha fil-d in he of.'iee of lhe Cterk of 'aid Cour her final i Benort and ,ctit!.n for ditrib,ltirm. ! askin the Court to s,,ttle id Rennrt. r!;-tr;hl]t  O--, nr,)*'r', : t '' .or,Y':" thereto entitled and to discharge said Eecutrx: nd that said Ret.q't "d .?i*;n. wi! , bQ.-- rm the 247h r" v of April. 1947 at 10:00 a. m. at the of said Court, at whh time and place any person in ersted in said Estate may aoear nd fle o,)jection thereto and contest th Same. Dfo' t.hiS 26|h da,: of March, 1947. Nr'OMkN R tDDFLL. CIPrk rf sa,(} Couri. By W , :to-.-. dep"7.'. p.A DDN & .M'. C) 1A RTY. A t  orn':'.': fdr Es'+o. 1212 American Bhtp.. S,;tt - 11 4. Wash. "v':gf p,d,,;icm. Mq,-h 2, 1}47. Final t>ublica!ion, April 11. 137. 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