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g--THE PROGRESS II, I, ,I,I ] FridaY, MY 22, 1964 Good time at camp work party A BEVY of teens out for a good time? Not the kind you're thinking of. This truckload of teen-agers ARE having a good time while working Saturday at CYO Camp Cabrini. A work party from the CYO south district, led by newly.elected district president Jerry Graddon (left) from St. Francis of Assisi, helped to put the camp site by Beaver Lake near Issaquah, into shape. It's a good looking work crew who did a good job. re(Progress eYe Photo by Charley Heib) Guadalupe teens aid Newman's Mexico venture "HERE Comes Summer" will be the theme of the CYO south district teen dance to be given by Our Lady of Guadalupe Teen Club at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 30, in the parish hall, 34th Ave. SW and SW Myrtle St. Proceeds will benefit the University of Washington Newman Club Center in assisting its program of lay missionary work in Mexico this summer. Showing slides of the Mexico apostolate is Carol Norman of UW's Newman Club. Others (from left) are Charles Law, Marsha McAlister, Guadalupe dance chairman, Luana Maiortz and Lynn Severance, both of Newman; and Jim Herren. Admis- lion is $1 per person and $1.50 per couple. Music will be by the Stags Parvuli Dei rites at ASsumption THESE SEVEN Cub Scouts will receive the Parvuli Dei Award next Wednesday in Assumption Church. Shown with their cubmaster Robert Fenton (left) the boys (from left) are (front tow) Timothy Conway, John Gordon, John Durkin, (second row) Jef- frey Ohlstrom, Gregory Nolan, Peter Barbee and Thomas Moore. Seven cubs win award Seven names of Cub Pack 171 of Assumption Parish will be added to the growing list of Parvuli Dei winners. The coveted award will be presented at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday in the parish church by Father Philip Bagan, OSB, pastor. Recipients are Timothy Conway, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conway, 6038 41st St, NE; John Gordon, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. (Jack) Gordon, 6814 44th Pl. HE; John Durkin, .q, sen of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Durkin, 6008 52nd St. NE; Jeffrey OhisWom, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Ohlstrom; Gregory Nolan, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nolan, 5722 34th Ave. NE; Peter Barboe, 9, son of Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. William D. Barbee, 6016 57th St. 1; and Thomas Moore, 9, son of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore, 6552 44th NE. All of the boys attend Assumption Schbol except John Gordon who goes to Blessed Sacra- ment School. Peter Barbee is the sole third- grader with every one else in the fourth. The Award is a recognition that the Church gives to cub scouts for advancement in religious knowledge and spiritual formation. ,our, 5 schools make sta00e meets Four t r a c k and field stars will carry the ban- ers of Seattle Catholic high schools in the State Class AA tournament this weekend at Washington State University in Pullman. sixth, both of O'Dea, in the shot put; and Jim Hunter, O'Dca, fifth in the javelin. St. Martin's Jeff Smith will also compete in the State Class A broad jump where he holds the Ranger record of 21-4. SM's mile relay team has been clocked in at 3:32.0. BASEBALLERS NEAR TITLE CYO playoffs begin By Fred Berth Action- packed days of CYO c e n t r a I deanery baseball playoffs can only mean that the archdiocesan championship match is not too far off. been clinched by St. Joseph's who own a 6-0 record with one game left to play while Sacred Heart, Bellevue, has s e e o n d place pretty well sewed up with a 5-1 record. The big game for both clubs was the May 3rd encounter when St. Joseph's came what should be a thriller. Blessed Sacrament and As- sumption are tied for the and spot. St. Paul's appears to be mak- ing a successful bid for their first cadet title in the south having a 7-0 record with a r The headliners are Greg Brashear of O'Dea, Bob Geraghty of Seattle Prep and Steve Bingham and Rolando Caceres of Blanchet, all of whom placed in their respec- tive specialties Saturday at the Northwest D i s t r i c t double-A meet in Mount Vernon. And St. Martin's High School will be ably repre- sented in the State Class A meet this Saturday at Cen- tral Washington State College in Ellensburg by Jeff Smith, Blaine C0ppin, Tom Nelson and Start Russel, comprising the Rangers' mile relay team. In the Northwest district, Greg Brashear won the 100 with a time of 10.0 and the 220 with a time of 21.9. O'Dea's graduated Charles Greene holds the district records in both events with 9.7 in the century and 21.7 in the 220, all set last year. GERAGHTY broke his own district record of 160-5 in the discus with a shattering throw of 161-9. Final cadet deanery raukings ,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,J,J,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, for first and second places will Blanchet, O'Dea tie in NCA The four-school v a r s t t y baseball race in the North- west Catholic Association ended with the quartet in first and second places. Tied foi" the championship are the O'Dea and Blanebet High Schoels, each with 4-2 league marks. Seattle Prep and Bellar- mine came in second together with similar 2-4 reeerds. O'Dea threw the title rave into a tie with a recent 14-2 victory over Blanchet. Sen- ior infielder Dave Zimmar had quite a day for the Irish as he hit a grandslam homer, knocked in five runs and stole three bases. Mike Della was the winning pitcher. Bellarmine caught up with Prep with a surprising 44 victory. be determined in the cham- pionship game next Wednesday at Broadway Playfield. Game time is 6 p.m. North and south midget divi- sion second-place teams tangle Tuesday, June 2, to start four consecutive midget playoffs, all at Broadway with game times each evening at 6 also. North and south division win- ners follow the following Wednesday, then come the midget east and west winners the next Thursday and the sec- ond place east and west teams Friday, June 5. Then on Sunday, June 7, the midget deanery title will be played as part of the open- er of a doubleheader, start- ing at 6. The nightcap will pit the Seattle and Tacoma CYO cadet champs for the Arch- diocesan crown. Site will be announced by baseball com- missioner Pete Incl. There is talk of Sick's Seattle Stadium being the location for the archdiocesan title contest or the eYe State Champion- ship Classic between the arch- diocesan and Diocese of SPa- Bingham, a Brave basketball- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,*,,,L,,,*,,:,,,,,,,,,,H,,,,,,,,,,,,,t, kane cadet title-holders come er as well, took the broad jump d--ay Saturday, June 13. with a leap of 21-10. Mass Sun The 1964 version of central Caceres qualified for the deanery baseball is drawing to state meet by placing second For Seniors a fast climax. in the 180-yard low hurdles. J A C K HARRINGTON'S St. He finished behind Belling- ham's Bob Blum, who had a winning time of 19.2. In order of team placement Bellingham finished first, then E v e r e t t, Burlington-Edison, O'Dea and Snohomish--tied for fourth, Blanchet and Sedro Woolley--tied for f i f t h, Oak Harbor, Seattle Prep and Ann- cortes--tied for seventh, Mount Vernon, Cascade and in 10th place, Marysville. O'Dea's 880 relay team of Brashear, Pat Pomeroy, Pat Welsh and Bob Parmelee fin- ished second behind Belling- ham. Only top relay teams ad- vance to Pullman. Bellingham ran 3:30.0. District record is 3:28.6, set by O'Dea last year. BLANCHET finished fourth behind Oak Harbor, Everett and Bellingham in that order in the mile relay. Running for Blanchet was Gregg Linscott, Pat Henry, Carl Brandmier and Mike Eagen. O'Dea finished fifth with Jim Jackson, Pat Armstrong, T e r r y McDough and Pat Welch. Other Catholic school placers included Marty Walsh, O'Dea, third in the 440; Rod Winter- rash, Blnnchet, fourth in the 220; Pat Welch, O'Dea, fifth in the 120 high hurdles; Tim Foun- tain, fifth, and Mike Gilmore, Of Cleveland C a t h o I i c graduates from Cleveland high school will be honored during the 6 p.m. Mass at St. George Church Sunday, May 24. A baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by Roy. Gerard Evoy, S.J., Seattle University public relations vice president. Catholic seniors who have been in attendance at the CCD High School of Religion classes include Sherian Butler, Judy Byers, Cauleen McKnight, An- gala Mylle, Arlene and Delores Willers, Darlene St. John, Joan Schutz, Susan Thomas, Shirley Morelli, Koran Wolfe, Jim Bi- anchi, and Robert Hedgcock. They were awarded their CCD diplomas in a ceremony Wednesday. Senior CCD classes have been taught by Maurice Claeys and Miss June Paterson. The Rev. Myron Murphy, O.F.M., is the parish CCD director. What's in line for things youth SUNDAY, May 24--St. John's Boy Scout Troop, spaghetti dinner, 2 to 6 p.m. Egan Hall. Admission $1.25 for adults, 75 cents for children and $4 per family. Anne midgets appear to have the west title securely in hand, being undefeated through nine games thus far, while Assump- tion has a tight hold on the second spot. St. Anne's has a powerful hitting attack backed up by tight pitching from J. Hickman and Gregg McIvor and will prove to be a power- ful force to be reckoned with in the playoffs. Another midget title seems assured in the north for Lee Schneider and his St. Mark's boys, who own a 9-1 record while Assumption Reds and St. Luke's battle it out for the second spot. The east and south midgets are far from decided with cru- cial games coming up in both leagues. St. Joseph's, Mount Virgin and St. Paul's are locked in a dog fight for the first spot in the east. The south midget title and second place will be decided in a "natural" when St. George's and St. Bernadette's with iden- tical 8-1 records tangle at South Park May 27. This promises to be a tight pitchers duel be- tween Gregg Van Gaver of St. George and either Mark Shel- by or Mike Fitchey of St. Ber- nedette's. The all-city spartan league title has to all appearances May Festival in Shelton A MAY Festival was held for the fourth consecutive year by St. Edward's CYO Teen Club in the Shehon parish church. Doing the crowning at the  recent ceremony was Joan Ross, Shelton High senior. Princesses include Kelly Fredson, Melody Morgan and Judy Smith. Also participating was retiring queen Fran Demmon. Flower girls included Marilyn Timpani, Tammy Walden, Kathleen Byrne and Janna Rhodes. Twelve visit- ing queens from CYO western deanery teen clubs joined 200 CCD children in the procession, u(Prgress CYO Photo by Joseph N. Shensky) through with a spine-tingling 8-7 victory. In the three cadet divisions there are sole first place dwell- ers but in each case a loss in the remaining g a m e s could throw the race into complete turmoil. In the east-central it is Lady of Fatima with an 6-1 record leading the pack with St. Ed- ward's looming as their last big hurdle on May 24. Waiting and hoping in second place are St. Joseph's and Mount Virgin who dealt the only loss to Lady of Fatima. Both clubs have two losses. Bob Ernsdorff's Lady of Fatima club is sparked by big southpaw hurler Tim Corbett with able assistance from Mike Kellog. THE NORTH cadets are paced by St. Mark's, coached by Was Colbo, and has a per- fect 7-0 record. But a real big threat is ahead for the final game on May 24 at Richland Highland when they meet M. A. play of a tie game with St a Bernadette's barring the wa." Holy Rosary is in the second spot showing 7-1 record with their only loss coming to St. Paul's. Nominations for the hard luck player of the year, no doubt, go to Bill GuibersoG, of St. George's and the nifty left-hander will long remem ber the 1964 season. In three losses his club suf- fered, he dealt out a total t four hits including a three-h'IT 4-1 loss to St. Anthony's, a 2 defeat on a one-hitter to Ho; Rosary and the crusher being_ a no-hit job against St. PaulC-d which he lost I-0. To add to the nightmare, = the no-hit game against b Paurs what would have been the tying run was disallowoL when a runner on second base scored on an overthrow by tl catcher that allowed the run:-, nor to go all the way honib v but to no avail when he wag. called out on an appeal pla; for failing to touch third base{- Berge's Assumption c I u b in TACOMA ALSO HAS CHAMP00.00 Mf. Virgin wins soffball crown Our Lady of Mount Virgin's eYe cadette soft- ball girls' team made it the second time. The Mountaineers, coached by Mrs. Janell Accetturo and Louise Vacca, topped St. Paul's, 8-1, recently to take the CYO central deanery soft- ball championship. The Mountaineers are queens of the Greater Seattle area. The Tacoma championship has not yet been decided. There is no playoff game between the two titlists. St. Leo's, coached by Mrs. June Tetreault, won Ta- coma's lassie softball title with a season record of 7,1. It was St. Leo's again in the T a c o m a spartanette title play as the Leeites beat St. Frances C a b r i n i, 10-2, to break a first-place tie. St. Leo's was coached by Mrs. C I a i r e MeCaffrey and St. Frances by Mrs. Julia Coriell. Finishing the season with a clean sweep of the south-cen- tral division in seven unde- feated games, Mount Virgih ended the year with an 11-0 mark. Team captains were pitcher Tina Recchia and catch- er Mattie Ray. OTHER TEAM members in- clude Michele Sabah, Mary Guinasso, Nancy Tomaso, Ro- berta Williamson, C o l I e • n Gray, Betty Scarpello, Rose Parisi, Denise Jackson, Bar- bara Spine, Linda Williamsen, Sharon Vea, Putty Hunt, Karen Tomaso, Kathy Dalton, Rosita Albanese, Linda Erickson, Vat- erie Shearer and Ophilia Rol- lolazo. Tinn Recchia and Mary Guinasso, shortstop, have Tacoma standings, Girls' softball LASSIE FINALS W L W L St. Leo 7 I Sacred Heart S 5 St. Patrick 6 2 St. Charles 2 6 Holy Cross 5 S St. Ann 1 7 SPARTANETrE FINALS W k W L St. Lea 8 1 Holy Rosary 2 6 St. Francis 7 2 Sacred Heart 2 6 All Saints :t 6 CADETrES W L W L • St. Patrick 7 0 Holy Rosary 3 5 Sacred Heart 6 , St. Ann 2 4 Holy Cr's R. 5 2 Visitation 2 5 St. Charles S 2 St. Francis 1 7 All Saints 5 2 Holy Cr's W. 0 8 Boys' baseball MIDGETS W L W L St. Francis $ 1 Holy Rosary 1 S Sacred Heart 5 1 St. Lea 1 $ St. Charles 5 1 Visitation 1 5 St. Ann 3 3 CADETS \\; WL w- * " All Saints 7 @ Sacred Heart 4 4 • FranClSLeo : 239 AnnPatrick 4 4 : Earl Spangler St. Charles 1 6 n Holy Cross S - • Holy Rosary 4 3 Visitation 0 8 • • • LIFE :! HEALTH GROUP e a • .a e FAMILY ' • INCOME HOSPITAL MORTGAGE .• a o e "Thrlff will play an importadt; erola in the fufure of our Cnth- • • eol.c school graduates. We hol: eto be of assistance." • • • e Agent for  played CYO softball togethe since the fifth grade. Four'. others are lettermen veter- uns, who were on Mount Vir" gin's 1963 division champion-,,,.. ship team. The Mountaineers lost l season to St. George's in thc deanery title match. , This year turned out to be,:k happier one for Mount Virgihj. Scoreboard Tacoma results '.: Girls' softball LASSIES St. Patrick 9, Holy Cross S. St. Lea 21, St. Ann 3. Sacred Heart tL St. Charles TS. St'. Patrick 15, St. Leo 14. Holy Cress 16, St. Charles 15. Sacred Heart 14, St. Ann 8. SPARTANETTES .',: St. Leo 14, All Saints 2. Sacred Hear 18, Holy Rosary t6. St. Francis 23, Sacred Hea 2. St. Leo 18, Holy Rosary 6. St. Francis 16, All Saints 4. CADETTES Holy Rosary 9, Visitation 4, St. Francis IL Holy Cross 11. 'J,,. Holy Cross Reds 21, Holy Cross-" Whlte's 4. St. Patrick 14, St. Francis 0. " Sacred Heart 11, Holy Rosary S. It.-" St. Charles 6, All Saints 4. Bays' baseball ur MIDGETS Sacred Heart 11, St. Lea 2. -^ Visitation 18, Holy Rosary le; St. Francis I$, St. Ann tl. Sacred Heart 14, St. Francis |. CADETS , 5 Holy Cross 4, Sacred Heart  ql St. Patrick 17, Visitation 7. All Saints 10, St. Ann 1. St. Francis 5, Sacred Heart 4. Holy Rosary S, Holy Cross 2. St. Lea 15, St. Patrick 1. St. Charles 7, Visitation 1. --complled.,bv JEFP BUHR Seale results Boys' baseball MIDGETS St. Mark Greens S, Assumptl0n 4 St. Catherine Reds, 17, St. Matthew 14 St. John Gold B, St. Alphonsao y , St. Luke S, Lady Of Fatima $ St. Luke S, St. Mark Green 4 ,, Assumption Reds 7, St. Catherine Reds 3 St. Alphonsus 10, St. Matthew t Lady of Fatima ,6, St. John Gold fl St. John fi, St. Mark S St. Margaret 7, St. Benedict S St. Anne 11, St. Mark 2 St. Plus X 18, St. Catherine 1 Mt. Virgin 12, St. Edward 6. Mt. Virgin 10, St. Paul 9 ,9 St. Joseph 3, St. Paul 2 7 St. Joseph 15, St. Francis S :_m. St. Edward 3, Sacred Heart I St. Anthon 4, St. George 2 :- st. Bernaarette 17, Holy Rosary 2 Lady of Lourdes 7, Holy Family 0uO " St. George 9, Brlscoe 7 Holy Rosary 18, Brlscoo 7 St. George 11, St. Anthony S r St. Burnadette 3, Holy Family S CADETS Mt. Virgin 4, Lady of Fatima $ St. Edward 4, St. Margaret t Sacred Heart 23, Immaculate 4 St. Joseph 6, St. Teresa 4 St. George 10, Holy Family 2 St. Paul 21, St. Anthony 8 • St. Francis 11, Lady of Lourdes $._ St. George 4, St. Bernadette I Holy Rosary S, Holy Family @ Holy Family (K) 7, St. Louise 6 St. Louisa 7, St. Bernadette --compiled by MAURICE ELB Gaff ooooooeeoooooooooooaev • • Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing • Farming • Trades Social Work * Clerlcal Work For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. : BUSINESS MEN'S : ASSURANCE e 41 ; WHirl HENRY STUART BUILDING • : MAin 2.lSS] eA 9-1S8,7: • • ,oeoooooooooeeoooooel