Newspaper Archive of
Catholic Northwest Progress
Seattle, Washington
March 30, 1962     Catholic Northwest Progress
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 30, 1962
 

Newspaper Archive of Catholic Northwest Progress produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




8--TI-IE PROGRESS Friday, March 30, Kof C will honor cagers COMPARING NOTES for the 17th annual Tacoma Knights of Columbus Basketball Banquet are two promin- ent figures who will assist Tacoma Council in honoring next Thursday teams of Bellarmine, Blanchet, Seattle Prep, O&apos;Dea and St. Martin's High Schools in the K of C Hall in Tacoma. They are John Heinrick (left)7 athletic director and football coach of University of Puget Sound, and Robert L. Rovai, council youth activity chairman from St. Rite's Parish. Heinrick, a member of St. Patrick's Parish and a long-time athletic leader in the state, will be the ban- quet's guest speaker. Highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the Owen F. Gallagher Memorial Trophy to Bellarmine, winner of the Northwest Catholic Association. :The banquet begins at 6:30 p.m. CYO camp Passion play will help relive meaning of Holy Week directors are named An experienced corps of c a m p directors will again head the CYO's three summer camping facili- ties during 1962: Appointments by camp di- rector J. Gordon Hamilton in- clude: FOR GIRLS: Mrs. Robert Murray, "Miss Be+to," for Camp Don Bosco; Mrs: Paul Fisher, "Miss E- laine," for Camp Blanche+; and Miss Lois Parcher for Camp Cabrini. Mrs. Murray will direct the fourth period at Camp Ca- brini from July 24 to August 2. Miss Pareher will direct the fifth and sixth sessions at Camp Cabrini. Miss Diane Clayton will be Don Bosco's beach director and assistant camp director at Cabrini. FOR BOYS: Richard Hayatsu of St. Thomas Seminary for Camp Cabrini; Theodore Marmo of St. Thomas Seminary for Camp Blanche+; and Maurice (Moo) Elbert for Camp Don Bosco. Applications now have Perici Mill reached the 700 mark, Ham- n, e r titan said. leave coaching jobs Talentfinals beg,nShw The llth annual CYO Two vacancies plus a possible third have loomed up in the Catholic high school coaching ranks. Marion Pericin, 31, head basketball coach at Tacoma's Bellarmine High School since 1956, bas resigned his coaching and athletic director position. Roman Miller, assistant coach at 0'Dea, has alsa resigned. And strong in the rumor mills is the yet-to-be-announced departure of 0'Dea's head basketball coach, John Kootnekoff. Known by The Progress for some months, the departure of Pericin from the high school scene is being received with many regrets from associates and friends of the former Seattle Prep and Gonzaga University star. ' HiS leaving was announced Saturday by ihe Associated Press. He will return to Gonzaga next fall to pursue a master's degree in education. During this interim he will coach the Gon- zaga freshman team. Prior to coming to Bellarmine, he had steered the Zags' Pups to their best win-lost record of 24-3. AT BELLARMINE, Pericin's won-lost record on the court is 70-55, including three Northwest Catholic Association champion- sbips, one Tacoma City League title and one NCA tournament crown. His teams have consistently placed in tbe NCA's and Ta- coma's top three standings, save for one year when his Lions dropped to fourth in the Tucoma series. Pericin's best season was, undoubtedly, this last one when the Lions ran 'up a 19-4 mark, won the Tacoma title and ap- peared in the State Class AA Tournament. His baseball records with the Lions is 49-48, with two NCA and Tacoma city titles. Pericin has been honored by The Progress as Basketball COach of the Year twice--in 1958 and last week as a climax to the 1961-62 season. He is currently president of the NCA, having been elected to that job from the vice president's chair. PERICIN singled out three priests who were among those rrmking his tenure unforgettable at Bellarmine. They were Roy. John V. Sneeringer, S.J., who brought him to the school; Very Rev. Joseph P. Logan, S.J., rector; and Rev. Christopher J. McDonnell, S.J., principal. A member of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Tacoma, Pericin and his wife, the former Loretta Ann Doran, have three children: Marion, 4; Michele, 3, and Michael, 1. Miller, instructor and junior varsity cage coach, gave O'Dea its best JV record last year with a 19-1 record. His JV mark this year is 11-9. He will devote full time fo the Seattle University athletic department as athletic liaison. ' Miller was also an O'Dea assistant in football, baseball and track. A graduate of SU, Miller came to O'Dea from the Seattle Public Schools. His contacts with many prep athletes will con- tinue to help enhance SU's recruiting for top players. HIS MOST recent acquisitions are Roosevelt High School's top ptaymaker and passer, Rob Fahnestock from Assumption Parish, and Tom Delaney, State Class A Tournament All-Stater and Star of the Sea parishioner from Port Townsend. Miller lives in St. Catherine's Parish. Blanche+ is 8th in state wrestling, too While Blanchet's basketball team was hooping it up for the State Class AA Tournament, its wrestling team also had its ups and downs. But it was most'ly up for Bill Herber's grapplers as the Braves finished eighth -- the same notch won by the bas- keteers -- in the State High 6 6 School Wrestling Tournament 8 in Pullman. 11 Ward Cuff placed second in the 130- pound division and Dave Barton third in the 157 class. The tough climb to the state wrestling tourney began in February when Blanchet placed fifth among 25 in the West Central District tourney in Puyallup. Cuff and Barton both won their events. Tom Herman placed second in the 106 and Ran Barton fifth at 148 to join Cuff and Barton in the state meet. Then during St. Patrick's Day, five Braves survived the West Central sub-district tour- ney at University of Washing- ton with Herman and the two Bartons placing first. Cuff come in second and Noel Gil- brough took third. Talent Show finals for midget and cadet stage aspirants in the Greater Seattle area will be held this Friday and Saturday in St. Benedict's School auditorium. The midget age group will perform Friday and cadets Sat- urday. Curtain time both nights will be at 8. Awards for first and second place winners will be given in five classifications. Captain Puget of KOMO-TV (Channel 4) will be master of ceremonies Friday. KING Radio disc jockey Ray Court will MC Saturday. The individual or act judged the best for both nights will appear on the J. P. Patches Show on KIRO-TV (Channel 7). The Jubilee Club is sponsor- ing the finals. St. keaSs has most talent TACOMA-- St. Leo's School won the Ta- coma district CYO Talent Show trophy with its talented entries in the novelty, dancing and vo- cal classifications for midget finalists. St. Patrick's was second, fol- lowed by Sacred Heart and Holy Rosary. First-place winners include: Grades One to Four--Robert Denomy, Charles B 1 a c k and Timothy Manning of Visitation. Instrumental--Patricia Moore, All Saints, Puyallup. Recitations--Lito Badillo, Vis- itation. Novelty and D a n c i n g--St. Leo's sixth grade girls. Vocal--St. Leo's Boys' sing- ing group. The Tacoma finals wound up two days of finals for cadets and midgets with more than 200 children participating. 'Recollection' for Everett teens is set EVERETT-- An "Afternoon of Recollec- tion" will be held this Sunday in St. Mary Magdalen's Parish for high school students. Conducting the spiritual exer- cise wilt be Rev. James Mal- lahan of Blancbet High School, assisted by Rev. John P. Mitchell of Our Lady of Fa- time Parish, Seattle. Rosary will open the event at 2 p.m. A question time will also be featured. Solemn Bene- diction will be sung at 5 p.m. CWV state all-stars The state all-star team in- cludes: FIRST--Martin McCarthy and Roiando Caceres, both of St. Alphonsus; Dick Waiters, St. Joseph's; Rich Rosillo, Assump- tion; and Lawrence G a t t e r, Briscoe. S E C O N D--Steve Anderson, Briscoe; Tom MeMullen, As- sumption; John Stickney, Sa- cred Heart; and Tom Snell, St. Joseph's. HONORABLE M E N T I 0 N-- Steve Connelly, St. Alphonsus; and Tom Station, Briscoe. Holy Name bowlinq VISITATION DISTRICT MARCH 13 RESULTS INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES --Maury Helman, C h r 1 s t the King No: 2, 237, (3) 613; Arehie Ouse. Assumption, 225; Hal Ben- nett, St. John's No. 1 (3) 592, plus a 4-7-10 split. MARCH 19 RESULTS INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES AI Kramer, St. Lukes, 256; /lack Harvey, Assumption, 255; Bill Walker, St. Benedict's No. 2, (3) 598; Dick Craig', St. Bene- dict's No. 2 (.3) 592. =MARCH 27 RESULTS INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES --Mike Feyes, Christ the King No. 2, 233, (3) 654; George 7 lalker, St. Benedict's No. 2, 208;Larry Boulet, St. Benedict's No. 2, (3) 588. SEASON'S IHGH AVERAGE LEADERS--AI Kramer, St. I,uke's, (75) 185; Bill Walker, St. Benedict's No. 2, (78) 182; Hal Bennett, St. John's No. 1, (81) 178. : CYO bowling SOUTH DISTRICT TEENS BOYS' LEAGUE W L St, Phtlamena No. 1 ................ 14 6 St, Phllomena No. 2 ................ 14 6 Holy Family* ............................ II 5 St. Edward's* ............................ 10 6 Holy Rosary No. 1 .................... 9 Ii St, Paul No, 1 ........................ 8 12 Holy Rosary Ha. 2 ................. 8 12 Holy Rosacy No. 3 "' 8 ................... 12 SL Bernadette's 7 t3 SL Paul No. 2 ......................... 6 14 *Make-up match April 29. GIRLS' LEAGUE Holy Rosary No. 1 .................... 14 2 St, Barnadette's ........................ 9 7 Holy Rosary Na, 2 ................... 9 7 St. Paul's ............................... 4 12 Holy Raary No. 3 .................... 4 12 MIXED LEAGUE Lady of Guadalupe No. 3 .......... 12 4 Holy Rosary No. 1 ................... 10 6 Lady of GuadaluPe No. 1 .......... 10 Lady of Guadalupe No. 2 .......... 10 Lady of Lourdes No. 2 .............. 8 S1. Thomas .............................. 5 Lady of Laurdes No. 1 .............. 5 11 Holy P4sary No. 2 ....... , ............. 4 12 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES BOYS--Chuck Kessner, Lady of Lourles, 204; Dick Souther- land, Holy Rosary, 198: Jim Storms. St. Edward's, (3) 541; Jerry Lemmon, St. Bernadette's, (3) 508, GIRLS---Terry Paschke, Holy Rosary, 198, (3) 428, Mary Ann Lemmon, St. Bernadette's, 163, (3) 411. t SEASON'S AVERAGE LEAD- ERSllris Chappon, Holy Ro- sary, I59: Jim Storms. 156; Jim Laza. St. Edward's, 156; Terry Pasehke, 136; Mary Ann Lore- man, :1.34. LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS -- Jim Storms, 141, triplicate; Mary Ann Lemmon, 7-6-10 split. Holy Name bowling : ANNKINCIATION DISTRICT W L TP St. AnthOny's .......... 801/z 31t/z 71971 Si. Francis B's ........ 74 38 68189 St. George A's .......... 70 42 69945 St;' Edwa A's ........ 67 4S 68339 St. Edward B's ....... 651/z 46z/ 71378 St, Bernadette A's .... 60 51 64986 Holy F!IY B's . ..... 60 52 63203 St. FranCis A's ........ 59Vz 52z/z 67103 St. Geot0e B's .......... 59 53 64081 H01Y Rosary A's ...... 58z/z 53Vz 66057 St. Mary's .............. L 581/2 531/z 65117 SL Edward C's ........ 581/z 53'/ 64922 St, Tliamas .............. 58 54 64997 St. Paul C's ............ 57 55 65214 St, Bernadette B's .. 57 55 64919 Holy Family A's ...... 54 . 58 . 65173 St. Paol A,s ............ 53 59 66617 Lady f uadalupe .... 48 64 64148 Mount Vi0in ........ 441/2 671/ 59701 St. Paul D's .......... 46]/ 65z/z 65265 St. Paul B's ............ 43 69 64418 S;. Paul E's ......... 43 69 63322 Holy Ro.ry B's ...... 40 72 53476 St, Paul F's ............ 39 69 62325 t Holy Name bowling ANNUNCIATION DISTRICT INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES --Dick Zipp. Lady of Mount Vir- gin, 248; Jim Devitt. St. A,,- thony%. 232i (3) 596; Ed Hupf, St. Paul's A s, (3) 600. EASON'S AVERAGE LEAD- ERSDevitt, (75) 181; Joe I,an- za, St. Edward's B's, (84) .176; Roger Gardner, Holy Family B's, (75), 175: Dick Die,'t (81) and Fred AbreLham (69), both o St. Anthony's, 175. 'Comforting Daughters of Jerusalem' THIS DRAMATIC SCENE, depicting Christ comforting the women of Jerusalem dur- ing the Way of the Cross, was taken during a rehearsal of "The Crucifixion," to be pre- sented by the CYO Sunday, April 8, in the Seward Park Amphitheater. Playing the Christus is Mark Hadfield, a Seattle Prep senior from St. Teresa's Parish. The "Daugh- ters of Jerusalem" include Kathleen and Mary Myers, Beverly Lee, Gayle Morrison, Mary Warme, Diane Faudree and Nancy McCaffrey. The outdoor pageant to start at sunset on Passion Sunday will feature many truly inspirational scenes for approximately two hours. The Passion play will begin with the last Supper and conclude with the Resurrection. The cast includes 72 teen-agers plus 412 others in the choir. Behind scenes of CYO 'Crucifixion' Pageant is By Fred Cordova The CYO is about to do the in- spirational. Highly recommended for reliving inspirational ADMISSION IS free. There will be no tick- ets sold, no admission cards necessary and "no passing of the hat." The entire play is being financed by CYO teen clubs in the central dean- the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Our ery. I.ord during Passion Week is "The Crucifixion," the CYO's Passion play to be presented Sunday, April 8, in Seward Park's Amphitheater. The outdoor pageant is a must for all adults and teen-agers. Seventy-two teen-agers from parishes in the Greater Seattle area have been practicing since January for this stage production under the direction of Rev. John Marsh of St. Teresa's Parish, CYO central district priest director. THESE ARE not stage-conscious but rather Christ-conscious kids, who have given many hours of practice time during both good and bad weather to present a production for a truly Lenten inspirational. A choir, composed of 412 other youths from CYO clubs, Holy Names Academy, Blanche+, Holy Rosary, Holy Angels, Seattle Prep and Forest Ridge, have been assembled to give "The Crucifixion" the most appropriate sacred mu- sical' background under the coordination of Don Andre. " 'The Crucifixion' will present a realistic account of the Passion, Death and Resurrec- tion of Christ," Father Marsh said, "as a means of preparing to relive the sacred cere- monies of Holy Week." The two-hour drama will unfold at 6:45 p.m. on Passion Sunday with the first scene opening at the Last Supper. The pageant will continue through the reenactment of the Resurrection. Besides the numbers of the cast and choir and the expenses being borne by these CYO teen clubs, some 50 other teen-agers and adults are involved on the production side. Amphitheater facilities provide benches for some 2,000 persons and parking for at least 800 cars, Father Marsh said. Station wagons will be provided to transport elderly people that day from various points in the park to the theater on top of the hill. "It wasn't meant this way, but 'The Cru- cifixion' is a dramatic tribute to the 'blue- jean' set of our day," Father Marsh added. "The cast rehearsals on location meant hours of rain-drenched clothes and cold feet. The Sisters, Jesuit scholastics and other Religious have been rehearsing their choirs for two months during their winter-filled schedules. The CYO Central Office has provided valuable clerical assistance. "The production staff, besides worrying about lighting and sound, has done a tremen- dous job in research and creation of authen- tic costumes, props and other important de- tails. Then there have been the more than :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 2,000 phone calls to cast, crew and commit- tees to make this whole thing jell. All these have been performed in a spirit of coopera- tion that is a credit to the unity of the CYO." This CYO production is indeed an inspira- tional pageant you will want to see. State trophy goes to St. Alphonsus ST. ALPHONSUS' CYO cadet basketball team, champion of the central deanery, gained a bigger title Sunday after whipping Briseoe, 52-37, for the Catholic War Veterans' State Invitational Basketball Tournament championship at Bellarmine. The Ballard basketeers are coached by Jim Crist (left background), assisted by Jim McCarthy. The players (from left) are (first row)Tom Reardon, Henry Bobala, Tim Duffy, Richard Ulsky, Martin McCarthy, Rolando Caceres and Steve Conneily; (second row) Thomas McGerr, Mich= ael Spdlacy, Kenneth Legacy, Paul Tribble, Anthony Hanson, James Peterson and Lisle Lafond. / CWV tourney has King County finale Catholic grade school basketball closed Sunday at Bellarmine High School with St. Alphonsus of Seattle bringing down the cur- tain. The Ballard basketeers won t h e Catholic W a r Veterans' State Cadet Invitational Basket- ball Tournament with a 52-37 win over Briscoe School of Kent. The CWV state meet's top four squads, in fact, were all from the central deanery and those left in their wake were other entries from Tacoma and the Diocese of Yakima. It was almost a central dean- ery playoff replay for third and fourth places as Sacred Heart of Bellevue beat archdiocesan champ, Assumption of Seattle, 40-25, in the consolation flit. MARTIN McCarthy scored 16 p o i n t s in the championship game to up his three-game tour- ney total to 47--high for the meet. His teammate, Rolando Caceres, scored 44 in the tour- ney to tie with Briscoe's Law- rence Gatter. St. Alphonsus, leading throughout the game, had a 34-25 halftime bulge. Other tourney scores: St. ,Alphonsus S0, St. Joseph, Yakima, 50. Sacred Heart 44, Christ the King, Rtchland. 34. Briscoe 40, St. Leo, Tacoma, Assumption 8'/, Holy Family, Yakima, 27. St. Alphonsus 56, Sacred Heart 39 (semifinal). Briscoe 36, Ansamption 22 (semifinal). (See All-Stars, Column 3) Your best bet for sports and CYO news of significance is in The Progress. DON YOUNG Sales RepreseneHvs Home Phone: AT 2-4735 ' ........: [ GENE O'BRIEN ......... i:ii!!!iiiii'.:.%;  Used Cer MannJet Home Phone: AT 2-3468. fiA Veronica wipes face of Christus' VERONICA, depicted above by Kathy Niese of St. Catherine's CYO Teen Club, wipes off the face of the Christus, played by Mark Hadfield, in one of the scenes of "The Crucifixion." The cross, which the Christus bears, is made of regular beams and light enough to carry. The most dramatic scene will be the "nailing" of the Christus to the cross, another'prop of heavier beams and weighhg some 150 pounds. The Christus will not be lashed to the , beams as originally planned but will jam his fingers between two big spikes while standing on a foot-rest. The cross with him on it will then be raised by ropes for the Crucifix- ion scene. Lots of sewing to do ROLLS AND ROLLS of material and just as many spools of thread will be used to outfit the 72-member cast of the CYO's outdoor "Crucifixion" tableau Sunday, April 8, in Seward Park's Amphitheater. Taking the measurements of Kathy Rider of St. Anne's is Mrs. Marie Dalton. Costumes are being patterned after those used during Biblical times. Mrs. Dalton's committee figures that 1,000 yards of material and some 75 spools of thread wiU be used. That's a lot of sewing for her and Mrs. Ross Hadfield, Mrs. John Jordan and Mrs. Vincent Cadden. New hours for skiers' Masses SNOQUALMIE PASS-- Time changes of Sunday Masses for skiers at St. Ber- One-Act Play semis slated at Seahurst SEAHURST-- The CYO's 0 n e- A c t Play semifinals for the south district will he held at 12 noon this Sunday in St. Francis of Assist School. Among the entries are Holy Rosary, Holy Family, St. Philo- mona's, St. Paul's, St. Berna- dette's, St. F r a n c i s and St. Thomas. Deanery finals are April 15 in Seattle University's Pigott Auditorium. nard's Chapel at Snoqualmie Pass have been announced. New times are at 8:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. There will be no 12 noon Mass until fur- ther notice and the 12:45 Mass replaces the 12:40 one. WHITE PASS-- Sunday Masses for White Pass skiers will be said at 12:15 p.m. April 1, 8 and 22 in the highway building. MERZ "SHEET I METAL WORKS I We do nnw end rnpa|r lobs for all I purpossl where Iheef rueful is ra-I qu[red. I MAIn 3-0242 2011 Jackson Strset I SEATTLE 4 I MALES UHDER 25 YEARS "MARRIED OR ,NOT" SEE US ABOUT Au00o Insurance IT WILL PAY BOB MATSON and CARL JONES 3046 N.E. 45th LA. 5.4082 Three Genera[ions of Customer Proved/ntegrity } g::':"':}::"W::'!!'" ":"-:':i:.:::::.w.:.:::::::::i:i:-.. 'i::t!:::::'i|...o.T .G. ":$:'c;:.'"7'! ctcrn, :.:4: ." "" "'''" ?-" ":+" "".<'.'.v.'...v ":":-:%?->;:;:'; : #,'%,: !iii :, :' :iiiii!li}i,il:: ......... ii. BROADWAY AT PINE