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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Ivla 7 3, 1963 Cordovan Caravan: By Fred Cordova Brave decision o make "We are happy and sad at the eents that have happened to us the past week. Happy, because e are being given an opportunity in a new field of both teaching aud coach- ing without ha,ing to mmte from Seattle. We are sad because we hae to lea,e Blancher High School. As far as we are concerned, we could not bathe been associated with a finer administration, faculty and student body. The interest and support of the school by the parents were also wonderful. Blancher hcs given us eery ad- vantage possible and it was a diJficuit decision to leae." -- DON and CAROL ZECH @ Duckworth's move borders on genius onald Conrad Zech, 30, basketball coach "celeber," was a key figure in University of Wasbington's move that would have demoralized the best offense of a champion chess player. The offense was executed by Wilbur (Mac) Duckworth, 35, not more than four days after he had been named to succeed John Grayson, released as head man of the Husky basketball campaign. Zech, who is still in orbit since his Blanchet Braves won the State High School Class AA tournament championship, and two- time state tourney winner Ran Patnoe, 29, of Garfield were in- corporated Saturday into the newly-aligned Husky cage family. DUCKWORTH'S MOVE bordered on genius. Zech's consent to becoming UW's freshman coach drew un- believing gasps from among the Faithful. Patnoe is Mac's new assistant. The first thought about Zech was the loss of an excellent educator in the archdiocesan school system. The second came as abruptly. Why, of all places, Washington? The third crystallized Duekworth's offensive aim- Workman, Thomas Edwin; 19; 6-5 center; All.State 1952-83; the 193 tournament's Most Valuable Player; scorer of 627 points in 27 games for an average of ?3.2; player extraordin- aire and superior student. Besieged almost daily by college recruiters from all parts of the land in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. (Ed) Notre Dame's prize grad DON ZECH (right), Blanchet High School head basket- ball mentor and newly-appointed basketball freshman coach for the University of Washington, receives a scroll, naming him Notre Dame "Man of the Year," at the recent Notre Dame Club of Western Washington's 39th annual Universal Notre Dame Night observance in Seattle's Wind- jammer Restaurant. Presenting the scroll is Father Theo- dore Hesburgh, C,S.C., University president; and Fred N. Hoover, club president. (See Cordovan Caravan on Zech's UW appointment.) Greene leads O'Dea fracksfers The best i Catholic track and field in the Archdiocese apparently belongs to O'Dea High School. The Irish proved that Sat- urday with a convincing team win in the seventh annual Northwest Catholic Association track meet at West Seattle Workman, 610 N.W. 81st St. in St. John's Parish, the Northwest's most highly-sought prospect is being pursued through the heart Stadium. In compiling 66 points, the by Washington. It could work. Yet no one, possibly not even Workman himself, knows which college will eventually benefit from his services. The rumors are wild and varied like the latest, for example: TOM IS considering Seattle University, according to his date, who confided to SU-bound teammate Mike Acres' friend, who quietly passed it on to another companion, a baby-sitter for a Progress printer. Tom's weekend visit with another teammate, John Major, to the University of Santa Clara campus, sounds more convinc- ing. Both Braves had no idea of Zech's move until told about it after alighting from the plane in Seattle. Like an enterprising monopoly player, Duekworth and Company own the best recruiting combination in the state in the persons of Patnoe and Zeeh. Through the Blancher mentor, UW now has a level in at- tracting other high Catholic high school stars, present and fu- ture. Coaching record is commendable n four years at Blanchet, being used as a prototype for the five proposed archdiocesan schools on the Development Fund drawing boards, Zech steered his Brave teams to 63 wins and 32 losses for a winning average of .663. The Braves' record in 1960 is 11-9; in '61, 6-14; in '62, 19-9; and in '63, 27-0, an all-time mark. Finalists eye CYO Talent Show Archdiocesan finals of the annual CYO Talent Show will be held this Friday and Saturday in Sacred Heart School Auditorium. Finals for the junior division are scheduled this Friday. Senior finals will be presented Saturday with starting times both nights at 7: 30. Admission will be 50 cents for adults and 15 cents for CYOers, according to Ted Poole, show chairman for the sponsoring Jubilee Club. Pro- ceeds will help provide CYO camperships for deserving chil- dren, representing St. Peter Claver Center. Semifinalists who will per- form are: JUNIORS RECITATION--Tony Laughter, St. eenedlct's; Theresa Raber, Holy Ro- sary; Gloria euono, St. Joseph's; and Elaine Clancy, Blessed Sacrament. VOCAL--Mary Frank, St. Benedict's; Diane Kelly, Ellen Gaynor, Susan Mains end Shelley eraset, Holy Ro- sary; Jane Camards, St. Anne's; MIche/e Raney, St. Catherine's. DANCE--Don Laskey, St. Alphonsus; Nadine Callow, Our Lady of Fatima; Patricla Gaynor end Thomas Nokes, Holy Rosary; and MeHsso McGinty, Assumption. NOVELTY  Mary Anne Kleffner, Mary /:rank, Margaret Riley, Connie Szewcik, Mary Boules and Kathleen Reagan, St. Benedict's; Sandra Woody, Holy Rosary; Gloria Buena, St. Jos- eph's; Karen KIttleson, Christ the King; and John Renforth, St. Alphon- sue, INSTRUMENTAL--PhlIlip Davis, St, Catherine's; Lisa Da Gabriel, Holy Rosary; Michael Magaire, St. Anne's; and Michael end Anola Scoft Our Lady of the Lake. SENIORS RECITATION  Terry McGovern, Holy Rosary; Tom Shelburne, St. Ben- edict's; and Mary Engel, St. Cath- erine's. VOCAL -- Brian Elizabeth Benneff, Sacred Heart, Bellevue; Kathy Thl- beau, Elizabeth Fox, Shoran Graves, Etleen O'Leary, Barbara Verron and Carmen Scordon, Blessed Sacrament; Teresa and Karen Reynolds and Shelly Geagezon, Assumption; end Carol Sarkles, Pamela Haley, Patti Collon end Floral Leedon, Holy Rosary. DANCE-- Daniel and Kevin Leehy, St. James Cathederal; Janet Dadoslo, St. Catherine's; Anne Spllde and Mary Goetz, Assumption; and Dinl Ericson, Holy Rosary: Mark and William Cur- ran, Teddy Fable end Donald Boor- men, Briscoe School. NOVELTY--Joe McKinsfry, Don Kar- dang, Roger Hoffman, Pat Irwin, Brian Gough and Tom O'Leary, Sa- cred Heart, Bellevue; Teresa Jenner, Heidi Otto, Anna Seoton, Susan Shanks and Jockie Reynolds, Assumption; and George Grus, Barbara Tucker, loss Boulton, Donald NaRes and Eugene Toupin, Holy Rosary. INSTRUMENTAL  Judy Scontrlno, Holy Rosary; Laura McCauley, Ass- umption; Alien Sanders and Brian Dimok, Christ the King; and Rudolph Taylor, St. Teresa's. Reserved for talented TROPHIES, going to archdiocesan finalists of the CYO Talent Show this Friday and Saturday in Sacred Heart School Auditorium, are inspected by representatives of the show.sponsoring Jubilee Club. They are (from left) Mrs. Bob Shay, Mrs. Frank McJannet, Mr. McJannet, treasurer, and Mr. Shay, president. Blanchet in the course of those four years has won the North- west Catholic Association and Western Conference once, tied for second twice and placed third once in the NCA, played in two Northwest Washington district play-offs and appeared in two state tourneys with the initial exposure landing the Braves in eighth place. This has been possible through Zech's employment of pre- vious Blanehet stars like Bill Johnson, now at Gonzaga Uni- versity; Bill Estep, now at SU; Rick Miranda, Ran Bunker, Bill Johansan, Bill Huttula, Don Lecher and Norm Gordon and other tourney ehampious h'ke Jim Miller, Steve Bingham, Eu- gene Duncan, Ken Ziegen, Dean Droppolman, Dave Dmun and Dick Johnson. - A phone call by Zech to Duckworth to" congratulate the new Husky boss on his appointment led to the dramatic announcement three days later when Don was whisked away Saturday from the HCA track and field meet. . Besides coaching basketball, Zech is also Blanchet's football backfield and track mentor. DEGREES IN physical education with a bachelor's from the University of Notre Dame in 1954 and a master's from Wash- ington State University in 1955 will help provide Zech a P.E. instructor's post at UW. His move, a teaching advancement, was seriously deliberated by the Sumner native and his wife, Carol, with the idea that the whole family would be benefitted. That included Donald Jr., 6; Timothy, 5; Michael, 4; Stoven, 3; and Caron, eight months. The atmosphere in the Zech home at 573"/ 17th Ave. N.E. in Blessed Sacrament Parish, was in a limbo until Duckworth made his valiant move. Armchair coaches surmise that, if Mac thinks as well on the court, Washington's basketball picture faces a new era. We hope that Zeeh does not end up being a pawn in the highly.complex strategie of eeilegiate maneuverings. REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW FORMAL WEAR RENTALS 9th & Olive--MU 2.$898 4716 University Way N,E.--LA 4.4100 In Tacoma: 1302 ][acoma Ave, So..--BR 2.8215 Irish shattered records in the 880 run, 220 dash, mile relay, 880 relay and the broad jump with Charles Greene figuring on three of those events. Blauchet, breaking two re- curds, finished second with 40 points. Bellarmine came in third after toppling two meet marks, and compiling 32 points. Host Seattle Prep was fourth with 12 and one meet mark to the Panthers' credit. The track meet also served as a setting to the top sports news of the weekend with Blanchet's track and basket- ball coach, Don Zech, being named as the University of Washington's freshman basket- ball coach. The 100-yard dash, which has seemed to elude Greene's re- cord - breaking performance, turned out to be a dud when the course w a s incorrectly laid out at 120 yards. Greene ran the distance in 0:11.2. GREENE MORE than made up for the century boo-boo with a21.1 clocking in the 220, a 23-15/8 broad jump leap Mile relay--O'Oea (Jackson, P. an anchor lap run of Welch, Callam, Welsh), Blanchet, Prep. and O'Dea's record-making 880 re- lay run of 1:32.3. Mike Welch, another O'Dea stalwart, was the only other performer to' win two events with firsts in beth hurdles races. Jan Rehfield, from Blanchet bettered his own pole vault mark by soaring 11-6. Blan- chet's Dave Dillon shaved two tenths of a second off his old 440 mark and won in a time of O: 52.0. Three of Bellarmine's track- sters also shone. John Matz heaved the discus for 161 feet, some 11 feet better than the old record. Larry Christiauson high - jumped six - even, t w o inches better than the 1962 mark. Mark Woutila placed the shot put at 52-6. O'DEA'S Mike Maloney set a new 880 record in a time of 2:03.9 and Dick Sandstrom of Seattle Prep ran the mile at 4:41.5, five seconds better than his old record. The tale of the tape and clock follows: Bainbridcje toed is new SU editor At UW she was on the staff of the yearbook. Jim, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Haley of Our Lady of Guadalape Parish, was grad- uated from O'Dea High School in 1960. Pat Weld, 21, a junior, has been named editor- in-chief of The Spectator, Seattle University student pub- lication, according to Father Jim has been sports editor the past year and he, too, transferred to SU. His first year was at the University of Wyoming. Both Pat and Jim, journalism majors, will assume their new roles in September. Francis J. Greene, S.J., faculty adviser and journalism depart- ment head. This will be the first time in three years that a coed has held the top post. Second in command will be Jim Haley, 20, junior, who will be manag- ing editor. Pat, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Weld of Bain- bridge Is- PAT WELD land, is a member of St. Cecilia's Par- ish. She was news editor of The Spectator this year and transferred to SU after a year at the University of Washington. A graduate of Bainbridge High School, Pat was editor of the yearbook and vice president of the student body. SU is elected to Graduate Council Seattle University's Gradu- ate School has been elected a member of the Council of Graduate Schools of the U.S. Membership in the national organization is by invitation and signifies the achievement of certain standards of aca- demia excellence. Out of I,- 300 colleges and universities in the U.S., there are only 211 with membership in the Graduate Council. Father Edmund Morton, S.J., dean of the graduate school, will be the Univer- sity's Council representative. Pennant progress: CYO scar b d CADETTES e oar sacred Heart Villa 24, St. John 10. St. Luke 19, Christ the King 5. CHARLES GREENE Tacoma results St. Catherine 24, St. Matthew 8. St. Mark 20, Christ the King 6. New broad jump mark Girls' softball Lady of the Lake 16, St. John 7. zier (O), Brandmeier (Blon}. :Sl.2 St. Mark 34, Sacred Heart Villa 9. (behers meat record of :52,0 by Dillon, LASSIES St. Teresa 27, Cathedral 8. 19621. Holy Cross 16, St. Lee 12. St. Anne 12, St. Joseph 11. 180 low hurdles--M. Welch (O), St. Charles Berromea 12, St. Frances Mount Virgin 26, Blessed Sacrament 2. Cacarus (Blan), Duncan (Blan), tie: Cabrinl 4. Lady of Fatima 16, St. Margaret il. Sorros (O) and B. Woutllla (Bell Sacred Heart 16, St. Patrick 15. Blessed Sacrament 22, St. Margaret 12. :20.8. Holy Cross S, St. Patrick 3. Mount Virgin 24, St. Anne S. 220--Greene (0), Johnson (Slan), St. Frances Cnbrlni 20, Sacred Heart 18. Breasheer (O), Larkin (BeD :21.1 St. Charles eorromee 15, St. Ann 7. St. Teresa 18, St. Benedict 7. (betters meat record of :21.6 by CADETS Cathedral 12, St. Joseph 11. Green, 1962). St. Paul 15, St. Francis S. Mile--Sandstrom (P), Wilson (O), St. Frances Cabrini 17, St. Ann 10. St. Anthony 14, Holy Family 8. Barbaras (O), D. Pressentin (P), 4:41.5 Visitation 12, St. Patrick Whites 9. (betters meet record of 4:4&9 by Sand- Holy Rosary 17, St. Leo 2. St. Francis 13, Sacred Heart (B| 9. strom, 1962). Sacred Heart 21, St. Patrick Greens IS. 3:35.7 (betters meet record of 3:37.2 by O'Dea, 19621. 880 relay--O'Dco (Parmele, Wheeler, Breashear, Greene), BlancheS, Bellor- mloe. 1:32.3 (betters meet reCord uf 1:34.0 by O'Dea, 19621. Shot--M. Woutllla (Bell Ma|z (Bell Ambrose (O), Ring (Bell 52 'ft. 6 in. High lump--Chrlstlonson (Bell Sheahan (P), Wells (O}, Priestly (Blurt). 6 ft. (betters meet record of S-10 by Mode red, Bellarmine, 19621. Pole vault--Rehfeld (Blan): tie: Mar- an IBel) and D. Welch (O); tie: Johnson (01 and Hudziak (O). 11 ft. 6 in. (betters meet record of 11-2 by Rehfeld, 19621. Oread lump -- Greene (O), Johnson (Blan), Blngham (Blan), Dillon (elan). 23 ft. 1 5/8 in. (betters meet record of 21-2V by Sander, Prep, 19591. Ulscuss--Matz (Bell, M. Woutllla (Bell Geraghty (P), Keenan (eel). 161 ft. 1 inch. (heifers meet record of 150.11/2 by Woutllla, Bellarmlne 19,2). I Chareso Club For Single Catholics over age 28 3rd Anniversary Potty Dance and Midnight Buffet Sat., May 4, 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Plymouth Room Mayflower Hotel For Reservations: call Holy Cross 24, All Saints 16. Holy RoSary 2S, All Saints 24. St. Patrick Greens 25, Holy Cross 8. St. Frances Cubrinl 21, St. Patrick Whites 12. St. Lea 32, St. Ann's 19. Sacred Heart 9, Visitation 3. Bays' softball MIDGETS HOLLYWOOD St. Leo 10, St. Frances Whites 2. st. Frances Reds 19, Sacred Heart L St. Ann 3, St. Charles Borromea 2. St. Le 2, St. Frances Reds 1. St. Charles aerramee 19, St Frances Whites 4. St. Ann 9, Sacred Heart 3. CADETrES St. Charles eorremee, 13, Holy Rosary 2. Holy Cross 10, St. Patrick S. Sacred Heart 6, St. Leo 2. All Saints 1, St. Prances Cahrlnl 0. St. Ann's 1L Visitation 3. St. Frances Cabrlnl 1, St. Ann e. All Saints 5, St. Charles Borromeo I. Sacred Heart 8, Holy Rosary 5. Holy Cress 10, St. Leo 9. Vislfoflon 4, St. Patrick 3. Seattle results Girls' softball SPARTANETTES St. Catherine 29, Lady of the Lake 21. St. Luke 21, St. Matthew 9. Sacred Heart (a) 10, St. Paul S. Bays' baseball MIDGETS St. Luke 14, St. Benedict 10. St. Mark 14, Assumption (A) $. st. Catherine 1, St. Alphonsus O. St. Joseph 14, St. John 4. St. Anne over Cathedral (forfelt). Mt. Virgin 9, Assumption (B) 7. St. Margaret 6, St. Teresa 2. Lady of Fatima 7, Assumption (e) 0. MS. Virgin 6, St. Margaret O. St. Anne 14, St. Anthony (B) 4. SPARTANS St. Alphonsus 10, St. Luke 9. Assumption $, St. Catherine 2. St. Benedict 7, St. Joseph 3. St. John 8, St. Catherine 7. Assumption 15, St. Alphonsas 4. CADETS Lady of the Lake 4, Christ the King 3. Assumption 5, St. Luke O. St. Mark 10, St. Catherine 2. St. Matthew 13, Sacred Heart Villa 4. St. Edward 10, Immaculate I. Mt. Virgin over Cathedral (forfeit). Sacred Heart (BeD 7, St. Edward S. Mf. Virgin 7, Immaculate O. St. Francis 11, Holy Family & St. Bernadette 1, Holy Rosary 0. 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TACOMA .--eL St. Bernadette's ees Aurelia, S.N.J.M., won an Write to: VOCATIONAL DIRECTOR Carmelie Novitiate Oakville, California or CARMELITE MAJOR SEMINARY 12455 Clayton Reed San Jose, Cnlif.P.O. Box 3079 The CYO Bernateens of St. Bernadette's will sponsor their Parish Art Festival this Sun- day in the school auditorium. Best entries will be shown in the CYO Archdiocesan Ma- donna Festival Creative Art Show. Rolls, doughnuts, coffee and cocoa will be served for 25 cents after all Masses. HNA junior on science scholarship in Oakland Shirley Bissonette, H o I y Names Academy junior, has received a scholarship for a summer study in microbiology at Holy Name College in Oak- land, Calif., June 24 to Au- gust 2. The session is part of the nation-wide Summer Science Training Program of the Na- tional Science Foundation. Only 36 girls were selected. Seattle Prep grad wins math award Gerald J. Le Cava, a Seattle Prep graduate, has won Seat- tie University's 1962-63 Fresh- man Mathematics Achivement Award. He is a math major. Two in Archdiocese win Civics honors Civics Club of St. Mary's School in Seattle and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Everett are among clubs which have been accorded national recognition by the Commission on American Citizenship of the C a t h o I i c University of America. St. Mary's Marian group, moderated by Sister M. Fran- AT FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED MEIHHART Member of Blessed Sacrament Parish Ii BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12531 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE SS honorable mention citation. Perpetual Help's Leaders of Tomorrow club, moderated by Sister M. Celestine, O.P., re- ceived a letter of recognition.  Scout V.I.P. A. A. KIRK, national di- rector of Catholic Service within the Relationships Di- vision of the Boy Scouts of America, will spend days in Seattle on business. He will meet with professional and Catholic Scourers at 7:30 p.m. next Monday in Seattle Univer- sity's Barman Hall Building. He is visiting Regional 11, comprising Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana and will remain in Seattle until Tuesday. i HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing Farming Trades Social Work Clerical Work For Informotioo writa: Brother Gilbert Burke, .S.. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. ---BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD-- // Save Souls us a HOSPITAL BROTHER CANDIDATES ARE TRAINED ASt Registered Nurses, X.Ray, Laboratory Technicians, Pharmacists, Therapists, Office Personnel Write: Director ,of Vocations St. John of God Hospital Los Angeles 18. Calif. NEW FOR '63 DAY SLEEPER? Annoyed by light coming ;n he sides and top of your window overlngs7 BEDROOM TOO BRIGHT for the children fo nap? 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