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........................... . ................ ................ ............................ .................. ............................. Youth Kicks Drug Habit (:YO baseba I I lea g u es    --sometimes,NEWARK' N'J" (N'C') tld the priest he hated him" ;tted? tSh?he ishnet s:ids"pBUtl"I still" getjonntemptedy sa . self ......... but he. was. hopelessly are bigger than ever _ ,.=__ ...... n a., oo,., 00e0000eoy00e*hea00 . . Father DoPe told Johnny diet can be referred without .... ' : :.:' "Then I call Father el- he understood. But he also told getting involved with the law d ' :. :::: : :.:i .. : .i ::: Perf." him it wasn t hopeless. He in- I've made as many as 32 phenol I ah uo**,*00roe ,o *o who Seventy teams, involving some 1,030 The eight-team spartan division is an al[- I Ii + . =-lt L:+:!'+ .- J -" - toxification- a sinful four-cometomeandsaid. Tm sick; i  ::! monmsna;., ago,,o;..ne,;,,oWaS,,v,,o,,a nerOmo ...... say perma at wimarawal'"- " ,ram" I want to go to a hospital boys tn the central deanery, make up city affair. Assumption won the title last year. the biggest CYO baseball campaign ever Making its first appearance in cadet play : : i: ay'wich'coS,st'lim $25. e " drugs. "I've called as far as Lexing- formulated in the Archdiocese. is St. Monica s of Mercer Island, who will be ton, Ky. (site of the Federal He s bee -- The 1964 diamond race includes 28 midget, among 34 going after the title held in the dean- narcotics treatment center) ! ::::: ' n dry' ever since Fathei'DiPeri, whose parish he met Rev. Josevh B. Di- assignment is at nearby St. eight spartan and 34 cadet squads, according ely and state by defending champ Our Lady of :. - - : - : --:  :::il[4Ji - : - - -_ (:::i Peri, coordinator of an 18- Lucy's kept in close touch and been told that they would i.i:ii month-old program for narcot- with .Johnny. He stayed with accept a heroin user but not to CYO basketball commissioner Pete Iaci. Mount Virgin. St. Paul s is defending midget champion in The cadet divisions include 11 in the north, ics addicts, mm m at. Lucy S rectory au someone on barbiturates." a league that includes six teams in the east, 12 in the east-central and 11 in the south. The program combines group day one Sunday, then. he But once an addict is seven in the west, seven in the south and eight The 1964 cadet deanery champion will theranv wth' nersonal counsel- arove, mm to a_ monastery. "dried cut" there's help for '-J '- which agreed to let him stay in the north divisions, play off with the Tacoma CYO cadet titlist ing, friendship, job placement him. Every Monday evening Parishes with two midget entries are St. for the archdiocesan championship. Aquinas Debaters Win Again and emergency "telephone ther- for three months, there is a lecture for addicts Mark's, St. John's, St. Catherine's and As- sumption. Ordination in June for pro gridder VANCOUVER, B.C.-- Leo Sweeney, OMI, former center and line- hacker of the British Co- lumbia Lions of the pro Cana- dian Football League, will be ordained to the priesthood June 20 at St. Augustine's Church. One of the Lions' most ar- dent fans will be the ordaining prelate--the Most Reverend Martin M. Johnson, Archbishop of Vancouver. Sweeney, 31, whose family is well known in the Pacific Northwest, is a 1950 alumnus of Vancouver College, con- ducted by the Christian Brothers of Ireland. He Ppeed for the Calgary Stam- rs before joining the Lions in 1955 and 1956. His pro experience was grounded out with Vancouver College's Irish, then with the University of British Columbia and finally with the champion- ship Vancouver CYO Red Raid- ers, 1953 British Columbia junior champions. While catching up on his Latin before formally joining the Oblates of Mary Immacu- late, Sweeney also played for the Kitchener-Waterloo Dutch- men, 1957 champs of the semi- pro Ontario Rugby Football Union. Iaci from St. Mary's Parish heads the CYO baseball wars for the fourth straight year. CYO honorees hail from Grays Harbor SHARON GORDON WRIGHT GIBBS Two seniors from Grays Har- bor County have been selected as CYO Teen-Agers of the Month for March by the Car- roll Club of Seattle. They are Sharon Wright, 19, of St. John's CYO Teen Club in Montesano and Gordon Gibbs, 17, of SS. Aegidius and Mary's CYO Teen Club in Aberdeen. Sharon, a Montesano High School senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wright, RFD I, Box 193, Monte- seno in St. John's Mission Par- ish. Teen Club cultural chair- man, she has served four years on the school staff plays, as Math Club secretary, National Math Club member, 1964 year- book editor, on the high school principal's office and as CCD teacher. CYO south district teen bowling finals Season high's INDIVIDUAL SCORES Girls' high game and series -- Car- olyn Zlmprlck, Our Lady of Guada- lupl, lOS and (3) 483. GIHs' high average  Alice Ruth. esngau, St. Edward's, (40) 137. BOys' high game -- Tarry Placek, Our Lady of Ouadalupa, 236. Bays' hlgh series -- Terry Placak and Chuck Kossnlr, Our Lady of Lourdes, both 565. Boys' high average -- Chris Chap. pan, Holy Rosary, (40) 165. Team standings GIRLS W L Pins edward ............... 24 16 12401 Holy Rosary No. I ........ 21 t9 12502 Holy Rosary No. 2 ........ 21 19 11031 H01y Family ............... 11 29 10794 BOYS St. edwards .............. $,1 7 1660g Holy Rosary .............. 10 21 11466 Holy Family ............... 15 25 12980 St. Paul's .................. 15 25 12269 MIXED SECTION A Ouadalupe NO. 1 ....... 24 12 17004 St. Thomas No. 1 ...... 27, 122J 14637 Holy Rosary No. I .... 21 13 16047 Lourdes No. 2 ......... |2 14 14677 St. edward No. ! ..... 20, 10V1 14511 st. Phllomlma ......... 20 16 1219 Ouadalupe NO. 3 ...... 15 181 7035 St. Thomas No. 3 ...... 11 25 11484 St. Bernadette No. 2 ...2 30 2847 MIXED SECTION B Lourdes No. 3 ........ IMP 7 14494 Ouadolupe No. 2 ...... 25 11 14695 Lourdes No. 1 ........ 21 lS 15312 Holy ROHry NO. 2 .... 17 19 13629 Holy Family .......... 15 20A 14023 St. BoroadMta NO. I ..14 lS 11737 St. Thomas No. 2 ..... 13 23 13281 St. edward NO. 2 ...... 12 24 13969 St. Blmadtno No. 3 .. 4 2g 2878 Play-off results 11 Our Lady of Guadalupe No. t 2) Our Lady of Lourdes No. 3 3) Our Lady of Ouadalupa No. 3 4) St. Thomas No. I TWO AQUINAS ACADEMY students, Kathie Werner, left, and Arlana Dixon, hold the debate trophy which they captured for Aquinas Academy, Tacoma, by placing first in Tacoma's Forensic League. This is the third consecutive year Aquinas has been awarded the trophy. Among the eight Aquinas winners were Toni Clark, who placed first in extemporaneous speaking, and Norma Anderson who tied for first in interpretative. Kathie and Arlana now are eligible for a berth in the annual State Tournament at Pullman, Wash. ,. Catholic Press Essay Winners WINNING TROPHIES in the Catholic Press Essay Con- test at St. Frances Cabrini School, Tacoma, sponsored by St. Frances Cabrini Council, Knights of Columbus, were Joyce Major and Jerry Sandsted. The council also presented a papal and an American flag for the school auditorium. Winners Announced in Annual Tacoma CDA PoetryrContest TACOMA -- Winners in the tholic students in fourth annual poetry contest con- through 12th grades, in pub- ducted by Court Tacoma, Cath- lie and parochial schools. The olic Daughters of America, winning poems will be en- have been announced by Miss tered in the state contest, Kathryn Cummings, chairman from which entries will be for the contest, chosen for the C.D.A. nation- Awards in Division One were al finals. made to Dorothy Rogers, sixth Contest judges were the Mes- grade, Visitation School, first dames Earl Libbey, Henry place; Paul Lasby, fifth grade, B i e r s c h e n c k and Dan P. St. Patrick's School, second; Stumpf. Cash prizes were given. and Barbara Larson, third IIIIIIIIIIllllllllllll a. 'l That's what Johnny was talking about when he said he calls Father DiPeri when he's tempted to try drugs again. Johnny first came to Father DiPeri late in October after hearing about the program. He Holy Angels' 'Clarion' Gets Honor Rating A First.Class honor rating has been awarded The Clarion of Holy Angels High School, Seattle, in the 70Oh All-Amer- ican Newspaper Critical Serv- ice of the National Scholastic Press Association. A First-Class rating is the second highest rating possible. The 1963-64 Clarion is edited by Mary Jo Lien, and co-edi- tor, Theresa Ferguson. Adviser is Sister Mary Lawrence, O.P. More than 1,O00 student news- papers from high schools all over the nation are judged by NSPA in groups classified by enrollment, frequency of publi- cation and method of printing. Headquarters for NSPA are at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. I HOLY CROSS BROTHERS "I went to confession," John- ny recalls. "And then I started going to Communion every day." Now he's home and has a job which Father DiPeri obtained for him. But still there are those periods of temptation and the calls to Father DiPeri. Johnny, who started with goofballs at 18, is one of 200 men and boys--most of them in their late teens and early 20s--who have found their way to Father DiPeri so far. The priest calls the program "little more than a tiny candle in the darkness." Unrealistic laws and inade- quate rehabilitation facilities are preventing a solution of the narcotics problem, he said. "The drug addict is a sick human being who should be OffiCE SUPPLIKS PRINTING STATIONERY OPPtCII PURNITURE 1 ! S  91Net MAil 144{I TRICK & MURRAY and their familities by under- standing of the problem--tbe first step in rehabilitation. Each Thursday evening there is a group therapy session for as many as 12 boys trying to "kick." The sessions are con- ducted by Donald LombardiL a pyschologist on the faculty o Seton Hall University. @ OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS for S) Holy eesary No. I grade, St. Ann's School and er in the priesthood--Father Teen Club this year and Re- 7) Our Lady Of Laurdu No. : l) Holy Rosary No. 2 grade, All Saints, Puyallup,  d, UMrL[[/L m William Sweeney, OMI, of ligious chairman last year, ) St. edward's NO. I both third place. _m m Prince George College in Brit- Gordon is the son of Mr. and 1O) amy Fam,y 11) sf. Philomena'a In Division Two, winners s_ REMODELIII6 SERVICE : ish Columbia. Mrs. Gerald Gibbs, 114 W. 2nd 12) st. Barnadeffe's No. 1 Another brother resides in St., Aberdeen. The Weather- is) st. Thomas NO. 2 were: first, Monica Hawley, a interior, Exterior Seattle. He is Francis J. wax High senior played vat- 14) Our Lady of Guadalupe No. $ seventh grade, Visitation; sac- IS) St. Edward's No. 2 Sweeney, 8620 Corliss Ave. N. sity football for three years end 1) st. Thomas No. S and, Sheila Beaudoin, eighth Insured in St. Benedict's Parish. The is an assistant scout leader and 17) Sh Sernadetta's No. 3 grade, St. Ann's; third, Gerald as References .w 18) St. 6ernadano's No. 2 flrm with one of the branches a member of the Letterman's Zander, eighth grade, Visita- . Zero down, S yours t pay : in Seattle--Sweeney Cooper- Club, Latin Club and Forest tion.  PA 2-4463 a s age L/d.--is a family enter- Service. [ RUGS DRY CLLNED [ Division Three winners, all M prise., from St. Leo's High School, u HEEHEY CONSTRUCTION C0.u The ordinandi-elect's parents I Workmsn*hln Without An I.:que I were: first, Mary Sorrels, are Mr. and Mrs. M. Leo Catholic group , Most 9x,2 Rug, are $10.80 i Duvaport & OhJr Cleaned .... S20 sophomore; s e c o n d, Linda lllllllllllllllllllnnl Sweeney of Vancouver. His i S--leeal  nad.;...$SO Leingang, senior, and third, father is a Knight of St. Syl- a|ds O|ynlp|s I The Fully Wuuy Rug Co Lorry Schnitzler, senior. vester and was for many years TOKYO (NC)- | Slaee 1 MAIn |.9S7 The contest is open to Ca- the Knights of Columbus' " Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions Writing Farming Trade, Social Work Clerlc*l Work For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke. C.S.. Notre Dame High School 13642 Rlverdde Dr. , Sherman Oaks. Calif. Peter Cardinal Doi of Tokyo Seattle's Largest Selection r. Pmc,s f Team Equipment 4oursl 9 to day "hru FREE PARKING Fourth Degree Vice Supreme Master for Western Canada. What's coming for youths APRIL 11 -- "Battle of the Bands," St. Andrew's CYO Teen Club, 8 p.m., St. Andrew's Parish Hall, Sumner. Featuring "The Techniques" and "The Esquires." Admission, 75 cents single, S1 couple. Carl Wareft- hover, teen club president. APRIL 26 -- Communion breakfast, Our Lady of Lourdos CYO Teen Club, offer the 7:45 a.m. Mass, parish school, 10211 121h Ave. S. Speaker, Fred Cordova of The Progress. APRIL 29--Annual Fashion Show, St. Paul's CYO Paultoun Club, parish auditorium, 5600 S. Ryan St. Admis- sion, 31 adults, 50 cents students. has organized a committee to provide for the religious needs of Catholic athletes and visi- tors during the Olympic Games this summer. The Catholic Olympic Com- mittee will serve as an infor- mation center and arrange for religious services in five lan- guages-English, French, Ger- man, Spanish and Japanese--at centrally located churches and religious houses. I in BREMERTON S fine ,dares fo mrvo you FARRELL'S Jim DiJulio Jr. :, RIACH OLDSMOBILE& RAMBLER :' 12th E. PINE Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hospital Westgnto Pharmacy E$ 7-2110 On the rood to the old Hospital farrell's Prescription Pharmacy S|0 Sth St ......... 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