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00--THE PROGRESS F00,doy BLANCHET WINS C ITY TRACK MEET: Madonna Festival Ice Folli___es Star: NCA records to topple draws fop entries J-net, i6, skates are sure .ro,e00.,ona, amateu, wor00.o*00a.anart will be displayed at the sixth annual CYO Madonna JANET CHAMPION Champion all right the liveliest production number by way of music, choreography and performance. / AS A sidenote another Cath- olic star in the show is Richard Dwyer, who is skating with the U.S. Army&apos;s permission while stationed at Fort Lewis. Janet, thinking of the future, says she is interested in sci- ence. She does not know what college she would like to at- tend but it will be a Catholic school. Janet says: "I'll be a senior next year and then 1 would llke to go to college. But that would mean giving up the Follies and I'm not sure I want to do that just yet." Janet is thrilled about the World's Fair and the changes at the Civic Ice Arena where the Follies are being staged. And Northwesterners are also pleased about the Follies and, in particular, Janet. SHE'S A champion all right! through school Janet Champion, 16, is skating her way through school in 22 cLtiessave for one this year. Part of the time she's a skat- er in the Ice Follies. The rest of the time she's a high school junior, who has toured with the entertainment troupe for seven y00rs. SOON as th6 troupe i checks into a city, she enrolls at a Catholic school and re- sumes her studies Her "home base," though, is Rosary High at San Diego. 'The Ice Follies opened in Seattle almost simultaneously with the World's Fair and dur- ing Holy Week--Easter Vaca- tion for all students. SO, for the first time during her stay in the Queen City Janet has taken time off. She attended Holy Names Aeademy as a sophomore and freshman and Sacred Heart School for five years. A member of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish in San Diego, Janet is accompanied by her mother. Janet's dad, A1 J. Champion, who is in the dry cleaning business, is with them to take in the World's Fair and Seattle. After the Ice Follies' closing show this Saturday, the troupe .heads for Portland for a week before Janet returns home. In the Rose City she will 'attend St. Mary's Academy for classes. JANET IS truly one Of the stars of the Ice Follies. A child prodigy a few years ago, she has become a young lady and proves that in a torrid number in "Rhythm of the City" for the great finale of the production's first half. : This, according to the great ;majority in the audience, is Bowling strikes: All set for big Holy Name ourney? All set for the fourth annual Archdiocese of Seattle Catho- lic Handicap Bowling Tourna- ment? The Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies-sponsored tourney will be held for two consecutive weekends, May 26- 27 and June 2-3. Open to all practical Catho- lics, the tournament is only as far away as the bottom of this page where the registra- tion form may be found. Fill your entry in now before St. Luke's, the rush. first half. Its captain is Dick @ Craig and stalwarts are Bill and George Walker, Herb Sher- 80 teams go burne and Larry Boulet. after K of C Final second half standings follow: safe st LUke,s .................... 481/2 191/= 45917 crown st. Benedict NO. 2 ...... 46 22 46826 Christ the King Mn. 1 .. 44 24 45683 More than 80 te'-ns will roll st. Benedict Nn. 3 ...... 45 25 45786 this Friday, Saturday and Sun- Christ the King No. 2 .. 42 26 45667 Lady of Fatima ............ 32 36 44829 day for prizes and the title of st. Jeh. No. Z .............. 29 39 4S067 the 14th annual Knights of Co- st. J0h, No 2 ......... L.. 28 39V= 4S7 Assumption .................. 26" 42 44621 lumbus' Washington State Invi- st. Catherine No. 2 ...... 24 44 43914 tational Bowling Tournament at St. Benedict Nn. 1 ...... 22 46 446 Village Lanes, 4750 25th Ave. st Cntherlne No. 1 ...... 22 46 44415 N.E. INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES --Herb Sherburne, St. Benedict's Action begins at 9 p.m. this No. 2, 255, (3) 601; Larry Boa- Friday. let, st. Benedict's No. 2, 226; John Corbett, Our Lady of Fa- Among the entries are four urea. (a) 581. teams frcan Portland and Eu- TEAM HIGH SCORES -- St. gene, Ore., according to V. Benedict's No. 2. 1026, (3) 2837; St. Benedict's :No. 1. 949. (3) Alan Boyle, tourney secretary. 28oo. If the performances at the first City Catholic Triangular Track and Field Meet are any indications, the existing records of the Northwest Catholic Associ- ation's will be in for a heap of trouble this Saturday in the University of Washington Stadium. Eight marks, either topping or tying the NCA records, were established Monday at the city meet in West Seattle Stadium. AND BLANCHET High School's squad--as expected--piled up the points to win the triangular spectacle as a warm-up to the NCA meet. The Braves amassed 75 points to second-place O'Dea's 43 despite Charles Greene winning three events. Seattle Prep ....... trailed with 30 points. Greene, O'Dea's sensational sprinter, won the 100-yard dash in 9.8 seconds, the 220 in :21.8 and the broad jump with a 21-10 leap. The century mark equals the NCA's; the 220 was one-tenth short of the NCA's; and the broad jump beat the NCA's by seven and a half inches. This isn't all that happened at the city meet. Blanchet's Dave Dillon churned the A40 dash in 51.9 to better the NCA's mark of 52.7. Ray Sellers heaved the shot put 46 feet and 11 inches for Prep to top the NCA's rec- ord of 51-43A. Jerry Simicich of Blanchet floated the discus 146-6 -- 4-2 better than the NCA's. Blanchet's Don Lecher  flew over the 180 low hurdles in :20.4 to tie the NCA's also. IN THE RELAYSit was the same story. Blanches bettered the 880 CHARLES GREENE mark with 1:32.4 -- :2.4 better King of century than the NCA's--and O'Dea took the mile event with 3:39.3 to beat the NCA's by four seconds. The Irish of O'Dea, under track coach Bill Gilmore's direction, will be busts of the NCA meet to start at 3 p.m. Also entered will be the Lions from Bellarmine in Tacoma with Norman Diebel coaching. The quadrangular event will also serve as a qualifier for the three Seattle schools in the state's sub-district meet Saturday, May 12, at Highline High School. The first five from each event will enter the sub-distric competition. Bellarmine will qualify through the Tacoma City League. BLANCHET IS AGMN favored in this NCA classic because of coach Ddn Zech's over-all team strength. Seattle Prep, mentored by Paul Dempsey, will try to keep the Panther domination alive. Prep won the NCA feature four years in a row from 1957 through 1960 before getting untracked last year by O'Dea. $ * $ i Results of the tringular meet follow with "B" standing for Blanchet, "O" for O'Dea and "P" for Prep: 120 high hurdlee--Joe Ganz (B), Don Lecher (B), Charles Wilcox (O), Rick Hlekman (P). :16.0. 180 low hurdles--Lecher (B), Ward Cuff (B), Phil $0roa (O), Jim Hermsen (P). :20.4. 100---Charles Greene (0), Dick Johnson (B), Keith Hurley (B), Greg Klrsch (P). :09.8. 220---Greene (0), 50hnson (B), Hurley (B), Steve Deutsch (0). :21.8. 440---Dave Dillon (B), Mike Spadonl (O), John Ryder (P), Bob Geraghty (P). :51.9. 880--Mlke Wllley (B), John Clark (O), Jim Miller (B), Mike Wlflte (P). 2:04.3. Mile---Dick Standstrom (P), Joe Richter (B), John O'Neill (B), Wilson (0). 4:49. Shot-put---Ray Sollar$ (P), Jerry Slmlclch (B), Jack Urquhart (P), Tony Black (0). 46 ft. 11/ in. Discus--Slmlcich (B), Sollars (P), Jim McClary (O), Steve Garnet (B). 146 ft. 6 In. Pole vault--Jon Rehfleld (B), Jerry Mains (0), Charles Davies (P), John Kook (B). 10 ft. 0 in. High jump--BiD. Hudson (P), Buzz Priestly (B), Wayne Wells (0), Fagan (P). 5 ft. 7 in. Broad Jump--Greene (O), Hurley (B), Priestly (B), Dave Ingraham (B). 21 ft. 10in. Mile Relay---O'Dea, Blanchet. 8:39.9. 880 relay--Blanehet, O'Dea. ]:32.4 Second-team results: O'Dea 61, Blanchet 56, Prep 20. Freshman results: O'Dea 51, Blanches 38, Prep 34. Here are the NCA records to beat. Seven of them were made or tied marks in the five-year-old spectacle. 1O0-YARD DASH--Charles Greene, 0'Dea, 9.8 in i961. 220-YARD DASH--Charles Greene, O'Dea, 21.7 in 1961. 440-YARD DASH--Leland Prentice, Bellarmine, 52.7 in 1957. 880-YARD RUN--DOn Rowland, Bellarmine, 2.04.1 in 1961. MILE RUN--Bob Turner, Seattle Prep, 4:47.0 in 1960. 120 HIGH HURDLES--Mike Lamb, Seattle Prep, 14.8 in 1961. 180 LOW HURDLES--Mike Lamb, Seattle Prep, 20.4 in 1901. SHOT PUT--Rick Redman, Blanchet, 51-4 in 1960. DISCUS--Bill Castle, Seattle Prep, 142-4 in 1957. POLE VAULT--Mike Lamb, Seattle Prep, 11-0 in 1960. HIGH JUMP--Frank Bosone, 0'Den, 5-8 in 1958; tied by Dick Longh, Seattle Prep, in 1959 and by Jerry Oberst, Bellarmine, and Steve Sander, Seattle Prep, in 1960. BROAD JUMP--Steve Sander, Seattle Prep, 21-7 in 1959. 880 RELAY---O'Dea, 1:34.8 in 1961. MILE RELAY---Seattle Prep, 3:43.3 in 1960 and tied by Seattle Prep in 1961. Teen dance roundup: --at S. Matthew's "Century 21 Goes Hawaiian" will be the theme this Saturday Singapore Hails Actress SINGAPORE, (NC)--A crowd of more than 1,500 fans greeted Lucilla Yu Ming, a Catholic actress known as the F i r s t Lady of Asian Movies, when she arrived at Singapore air- port for a showing of her mo- vie, A Night in Hung Kong. Festival Saturday and Sunday, May 5-6, in the Seattle University Student Union Building lounge. Works of art, highlighting the Blessed Mother or events in her life, are displayed every year by the CYO as a prelude to Mother's Day. EXHIBITS MAY be seen that Saturday from 2 to 10 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to 6 p,m. the following Sunday. A tea will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. that Sunday date. Oils, sculpture, wood carvings and glass will be displayed by professional Northwest artists and by CYO grade school and teen club members in the central deanery. MRS. MAX L. Gray and Mrs. John Fischer are co-chairmen of the professional division. Entry forms are available at the CYO Office, MA 2-5151, or from Mrs. James Dalton, AT 3-6751. Chareso Club will breakfast at Snoqualmie Lodge Breakfast at Snoquaimie Falls Lodge make up this Sun- day the Chareso Club's agenda. The group for unmarried Catholics will attend the 6:30 a.m. Mass in Blessed Sacra- ment Church before heading out to the lodge for the second annual Communion breakfast. The Rev. Martin M. Don- nelly, O.P., pastor of Blessed Sacrament and the club's new moderator, will be principal speaker. Bee Van Hoomissen is ac- cepting reservations at CH 3- 6499. B&I Circus men win Lakewood K of C bowl TACOMA-- The B & I Circus Store team won the 1962 championship of the St. Frances Cabrini Coun- cil's Knights of Columbus Bowling League with Mount View Funeral Home's entry placing second. The title squad lists on the roster Bill Smith, Ambrose Bender, Bill Davis, Adam Knoll and Jack Sager. Ed Konek finished with the league's highest average by posting a 181 percentage and a high series of 663. A1 Charon made the highest single game mark of 254. of St. Matthew's CYO Teen S. Benedict's Sub's dance in Lake City i Recreation Center. c ash for file The Stags will play from Two bowling antagonis, St. 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Luke's and St. Benedict s No. Admission by CYO card will 2, will meet for the Holy Name be $1 stag and $1.75 drag. Society's Visitation D i s t r i c t Bowling championship at 11 @ a.m. this Sunday in a title playoff. --at St. Alphonsus St. Luke's, captained by The St. Alphonsus CYO Teen UGsEeN Oi;iN  Gene Van Alstine and paced Club will sponsor a dance Sat- by Kip Van Alstine, John urday, May 5, in Loyal Heights Haster, Bill Schindler and AI CISCOS teens see pageant site Fieldhouse, 22rid Ave. N.W. and Kramer, won the district's second half crown. SURVEYING Seward Park's Amphitheater, officials of the N.W. 77th St. Catholic Inter-School Council of Seattle discuss the layout In second place was St. plans for the annual Marian Pageant, scheduled Sunday at The theme is "Swing into Benedict's No 2, winaer of the 3 p.m. Sunday, May 6, at the outdoor park facility. CISCOS Spring" with music from 8:30 leaders include (from left) Gretchen Gerhard of Forest to 11:30 p.m. by the Viceroys.  = :-Lo : - Ridge, Janet Reagan, secretary from Holy Names Academy; Admission is $1. No jeans Betty Lane, treasurer from Holy Rosary; and Tim Bradbury, or sweatshirts are allowed, an- president from Blanchet. The teen-age Marian tribute will nounced Diane Queen and John have for a theme, "Our Lady of Fatima." Pirak, c.o-chairmen. SPRING SPORTS HEADQUARTERS MacGREGOR-UNIFORM S-GLOVES-BALLS LOUISVILLE SUGGER BATS ERNIE ROSE SPORTS EQUIPMENT 216 SENECA, SEATTLE 1 MA 3.8860 "A DIAMOND IS A BOY'S BEST FRIEND!" CYO scoreboarq Seattle linescores Gids' softball SPARTANETTES st. Catherine 83, St. Luke 18. St. Joseph 16, St. Matthew 15. Lady of the Lake 33, St. Plus 19. St. Benedict 10, Assumption 5. Sacred Heart (B.) 16, St. Paul 15. CADETTES Holy Fami,y gl, St. Anthony 1O. St. Francis 14, St. George 7. St. Joseph 22, Cathedral 11. St. Benedict 18. Lady of Fatima 2. Mount Virgin 32, St. Anne 5. St. Teresa 13, Blessed Sacra- merit 8. Cathedral 28, St. Margaxet $. St. Francis 14, St. :Paul 3. Mount Virgin 26, Blessed Sacra- ment 11. Cathedral 14, St. Anne 10. St. Joseph 22, :Lady of Fatima 10. St. Benedict 21, St. Teresa 18. St. Teresa 10, Cathedral 7. Mount Virgin 17. St. Joseph 2. St. Mrk 31, Assumption 3. Christ the King I7, St. Matthew 4. St. Luke 22, Asnumptlon 7. Boys' baseball MIDGETS St. Anthony 9, Lady of :I.,ourdes 5. St. Bernadette 9, St. George 5. Blanche o present 'Calamffy Jane' Deadwood City, of 19th cen- tury Dakota Territory vintage, will relocate and find itself in Blancher High School Audi- torium with the presentation of "Calamity ff a n e" Thursday through Saturday, May 3-5. The high school musical will star Kathy Rafter, Joe Ganz, Nedra Boyle and Dave Richard- SOIl. 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MEN'S ENTRY FEE SS.00 EACH EVENT Tournament Expense ..$ .75 TEAM ENTRY FEE...$25.00 Bowling ............ l.S0 DOUBLES ENTRY FEE 10.00 Prize Fu.d .......... 2.TBSINGLES ENTRY FEE S.00 Optional High Game.. 60 OPTIONAL ALL EVENTS .50 CARD No I. 2. 3. DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE IF SIXTH MEMBER FOR DOUBLES IS ENTERED ON ANOTHER TEAM, PLEASE GIVE Fourth Annual ARCHDIOCESE OF SEATTLE CATHOLIC-- HANDICAP BOWLING TOURNAMENT For Catholic Men and Women MAY 26-27 and JUNE 2.3, 1962 Under the Auspices of the Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies. For Members of the Holy Name Soc|efy, Knights of Columbus, Parish Men's Clubs and Athletic Associations end Other Practical Male Catholics, Their Wives end All Other Catholic Women. Highest League Average as of May IS, 1962, for 21 Games or More. Entries Without 1961-62 League Averages Will Bowl Scratch ENTRIES CLOSE MAY 2S, 1962 LEILANI LANES 10201 Greenwood Ave. N. Seaffle ABC and Wlg Sanctioned Approved WSBPA A PRIZE FOR EVERY SiX ENTRIES MEN'S HANDICAPS MIXED FOURS 76% OF 800 75% of 1,000 for Teams 751; of 400 for Doubles 76% of 200 for Singles TEAM--(Mmt Bowl in Order Usted) Print or Type--ive Full First and Last Name T D&S TEAM EVENT SHIm May 264:30 p.m. May 2712 noon3 p.m. June 24:30 p.m. June 3!2 noon--| p.m, DOUBLES and SINGLES SHIFTS May 26  7:00 p.m. May 27S:00--8:00 p.m. Juno 2  7:00 p.m. June 3S:00B:00 p.m. ENTRY No. PRIZE FEES RETURNED 100% DOUBLES and SINGLES TEAM NAME AND CiTY ........................................................... TOTAL TEAM AVERAGE AVERAGE WOMEN'S HANDICAPS 75% of 900 for T, ares 7S% of 360 for Doubles 75% of 180 for Slngles WOMEN'S ENTRY FEE $4.00 EACH EVENT Tournament Expense ..$ .76 TEAM ENTRY FEE...$20.00 Bowling ............ I.S0 DOUBLES ENTRY FEE B.00, Prize Fund .......... 1.7S SINGLES ENTRY FEE. 4.00 Opfionsl High Game.. .B0 Optional All Events .... S0 AVERAGE  CAPTAINS MUST REPORT TO SECRETARY 30 MINUTES BEFORE BOWLING TIME TEAM NAME CITY CITY ASSOCIATION CAPTAIN Please Sign fo Certify Averages ADDRESS PHONE The Secretary Reserves the Right to Refuse Any Entry Entry Fee Must Accompany Entry Blank Make remittances payable to: Archdiocesan Bowling Tournament All remittances must be in the form of money orders, bank drafts or checks. Mail Entries to: I)01t GAMBETTA 10201 Greenwood Ave. H. SU. 3.8010 Seattle 33 DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE | I