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2--THE PROGRESS i . Friday, May 24, 1963 "-.':. .i:! ::i .: ::!:i: :: ::::::::::: $ $ !:i:!:!::!.'.':8. .::.:$.:::!:::!:i:i:::i::::.::!:i::i:::i:i:i:ii::!:..:::i::::::$: :i:i:i:i:! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,--. ..:: ::i!ii$i!i .,:i:i:i:i::: Paul Pierre Mclteel? TEACHER OF PIANO NATIONALLY KNOWN ARTIST STUDENT  COACHING OF ALL GRADES  PRIVAT ACCEPTED INSTRUCTION sea ttl MA. 2-8659 907 e, i i AND BEST FVISHES GRADUATES of '63 TOMMY'S LUNCH OPEN 6 A.M. fo 6 P.M. SECURITY MARKET (3rd & Vg4n) Tommy and Pauline Kirk Proprietors (Members of St. Alphosus Parish) John S. M?kul Real Estate School * 6 att!e Locatio:ns * Small Cla.ses * 4 Courses A Year EIo 3-5086 16235 - 38th N.E. Seattle I ff, hereDi,fe::t: e is the CAPITOL HILL WALLINGFORD HOL3LN ROAD AND LAKE CI-T  (soon) IIIII II Congratulations to the Graduates o 1963 HOFFNER'S FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families for Over Thirty Years ME. 2.0100 508 North 36th I i i i i Congratulations Graduates o] 1963 NISCO'S LUNCHEONS  DINNERS COCKTAIL Served in a relaxing and intimate atmosphere. C ON'ES:N PARKING 5t & SPRLG MA. 4-2944 1100 5th Ave. Seattle i Congratulations from MISS OLIE SIPPRELL B.A. - M.A. TUTOREh'G ACADEMIC COURSES ALL LE\\;rEL Paramount Theatre Bldg. 907 Pine St. [A. 3-8fr56 Seattle In the name of all Catholic schools UNDOUBTEDLY, the most thrilling episode for all Catholic schools in the Archd'ocese was Blancher's winning the State Hiffh School Class AA Basketball Tournament championship. The Blanchet Braves, under the coaching of Don Zech, com- pled another all-time modern Washington State high school record of 27 consecutive wins on the way to notching the first state basketball title ever won by a Catholic school. The Braves in the tourney finals outhustled the Garfield Bulldogs from Seattle, Metro League champions who had been seeking an unprecedented third tournament crown, by the dramatic score of 36 to 29. The seniors on Blancher's tournament team in- cluded two-time All-Stater Tom Workman, second team All- $tater Mike Acres, Jim Miller, John Major, Dave Dillon, Dean Droppelman, Dick Johnson and Ken Zeigen. The covetezl tournament trophy with the engraved names of all C]%-Tp[ons :-. in the tournament's 39-year history, is a significant possession : of Blancher and the archdiocesan school system f,which the = ..: Braves had represented in the post-season basketball classic. ria in fro jun Mo nol ' COl fro Se[ Fa St. er( ( mi P. Pe ia wil lhe bui ber .,?: Sen _'Ya] ;::Spc .:of ] ",ces 5