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I!]ll!ll fl rIFlITFIl!llll H FfIW P IJp IIliFllilllllITU F I Ill IF1 H I[F q IPIqllIllllFIFlIIIItlkFTIIrIIFlfl IFI IO--THE PROGRESS Fr,day, May 28, 1%5  i i i iqr [ r r , r i, " , - O Cahollc 89-27-3 for SU reams New schedule big AWARDS FOR CHIEFTAINS By Fred Cordova The question of which route- continuance of major college competi- tion or deemphasis -- Seattle University basketball will go has been answered by the re- lease of the Chieftains' 1965-66 schedule. SU aficionados at home will be treated at the Seattle Cen- ter Coliseum to the likes of Seattle Pacific College, Utah State University, C o I o r a d o S t a t e University, Creighton University, LaSalle College, Weber State College, and Tex- as Western College besides tra- ditional foes from University of Portland, Idaho State Univer- sity and Montana State College The Chiefs are also in two tournaments with one at home --the American Legion Tour- nament, also featuring Uni- versity of California and Uni- verBity of Arizona. The t,e- gion's first attempt will be held December 29-30. The other tourney is the Sun Devil Classic with Baylor Uni- versity, University of Colorado and Arizona State University December 17-18 at 1"crape, Ariz. THE ROAD engagements will include swings to California, Arizona, Texas, Montana, Ida- ho, Ohio, Oregon, Utah and Colorado. Besides meeting University of Dayton in Dayton, the Ohio tour will pit the Chiefs for the first time against Ohio Univer- sity in Athens. Already signed for the 196647 home season at the Coliseum are University of Oklahoma, Ohio University, Brigham Young University and Utah State University, said athletic director Eddie O'Brien. In the 1967-68 sched- ule will loom University of Utah, University o[ New Mex- ico end Evansville College, the latter the small college powerhouse from Indiana. The fortunes of SU basket- ball again had taken a low dip last February when federal bri- bery charges were held against Charlie Williams and Pellet Phillips. L. J. Wheeler was al- so expelled from school for his asserted failure to report Seattle University en- joyed a great measure of athletic success in the won.lost columns of its bas- ketball, baseball, golf, and ten- nis teams during the 1964-65 scholastic season. The Chieftains and Papooses collectively compiled a cumu- lative winning percentage of .767 in winning 89 intercollegi- ate contests, losing 27 and ty- ing i three. In varsity basketball under the coaching of Bob Boyd, the Chieftains rolled to a 19-7 mark. In freshmen basketball under the tutelage of assistant coach Lionel Purcell, the Papooses finished with an 11-6 record. IN VARSITY baseball, the Chiefs wc 24, lost eight and tied one. Retiring this year as coach after two seasons is Barney Koch, who will de- vote his time to SU's expanded intramural program. Koch was assisted by graduating assist- ant coach, Bob Jacobs. Ath- letic director Eddie O'Brien will succeed coach Koch as baseball pilot next year. Eyeing a possible post-sea- son NCAA bid is the varsity golf squad, mentored by Tom Page. The golfers compiled a 15-1-2 won-lost-tied perform- ance, splitting with University of Washington in two matches. Frosh golfers, coached by Run McDougall, won four and lost three. Cliff Hedger's varsity ten- nis team has a 16-2 record with the two losses at the hands of UW and Oregon State Universi'ty. Not playing this year was Steve Hopps, sitting out one year to join former Seattle Prep team- mate Tom Gorman next sea- son for a big advance into the national doubles lime- light. This cumulative team record lent a festive air to SU's sev- enth annual All Sports Ban- quet, sponsored Wednesdey by the SU Graduates Club and the SU athletic department in the Washington Athletic Club. AMONG THE awards pre- sented was the introduction of one - the SU student body's Athlete of the Year Award, going to Bill Meyer, who plays racksers o sfae There will be four banner- bearers for Seattle Catholic high schools at the state track and field meet this Friday and Saturday in Pullman. THEY ARE Many Walsh of O'Dea in the 440-yard dash, Mike Fridgen of Blanchet in the discus and James Hunter of O'Dea and Dennis Kippen of Seattle Prep in the javelin throw. The four qualified for the state meet after a District 10 showdown Monday and last week with Seattle Metro League second through soy. enth-place finishers. Compet- ing for the three Catholic high schools were first and second- place qualifiers. State berths were open to the first-two finalists. FRIDGEN WON the discus with a heave of 143-5 to be the only one to surpass the 140 - foot minimum standard. Hunter won the javelin event with a throw of 182-4. Kippen had a heave of 161-1. Both surpassed the minimum stand- ard of 160 feet. d)bIllH?;IhriPh1i1r1]Hi UPS is sie of CYO swim mee TACOMA-- The University of Puget Sound will again be the site of the Archdiocesan CYO Swim Meet, scheduled S a t u r d a y, June 19, for boys and girls. Events for boys and girls have been arranged from eight- and-under through 15 to 17- year-aids. These races include freestyles, breaststrokes, backs, butterflies and relays. Shortest distances range frr;m 25 to 100 meters with the boys' individual medley for the oldest group at 200 meters. All awards will be donated by the Tacoma Council of the Knights of Columbus. Ribbons will be given to fourth through sixth-place finishers. Among the qualifications, ac- cording to swim meet director Wayne Swimme, are a 50-cent entry fee, ability to swim at least 25 yards, and competition in not more than three events plus one relay. The novice group is for those who are neither affiliated with any swim club nor are AAU swim card holders. Assumption runs away in CYO track By Frank E. Green CYO Track Commissioner Assumption of Seattle rolled up 520 ponts Sat- urday to defend success- fully its school championship trophy in the Archdiocesan CYO Track and Field Championship Meet at West Seattle Stadium. The trophy win was the third year in a row for Assumption. Assumption also repeated its victory in the boys' division with coach Jim Henry's well- balanced cinder squad account- ing for 313 points. St. Joseph's of Seattle look the girls' trophy with 234 points and came in second in the school eompetition with 444 points. St. Joseph's boys were a dis- tant second with 210 points and the red-and-white-clad Assump- tion girls ran up 207 points to finish second in their division. ST. LUKE'S, competing for the first time, demonstrated surprising strength in the boys' competition with 191 points for a third place finish and St. Patrick's of Tacoma captured third place in the girls' com- petition with 161 points. St. Teresa's finished third over-all with 305 points, follow- ed closely by St. Patrick's of Tacoma with 304; St. Luke's, 262; Our Lady of the Lake, 193; Holy Rosary, 129; All Saints of Puyallup, 116; St. Len's of Ta- coma, 111; Christ the King, 110; St. Matthew's, 47; St. John's, 44; Holy Family, 20; Holy Rosary of Tacoma, 20; and Sacred Heart of Tacoma, 18. For the second year in a row the records fell like ten pins and many thrilling fin- ishes brought the packed stands to their feet time and again. Mark Wheeler of St. Teresa's and Greg Hay, the red headed speedster from St. Joseph's, resumed their personal duel in the cadet 100-yard dash finals as they matched stride for stride to finish in a dead heat with a 11.4 second clocking. Another record shattering performance was in the tinals of the midget .100-yard dash as Wes S a I v a g e of" St. Luke's nosed out at; outstanding field in 12.3 seconds. The competi- tion was so rough in that one that Eddie Hinton of St. Leo's of Tacoma, 100-yard dash win- ner last year in the bantam division, tied for third nlace. AMONG THE other sparkling efforts were a 6.0 second 40- yard dash by Wanda Cieslar of Assumption in the nantam- ettes; Kevin Smith of St. Te- Third straight win FATHER GERALD MOFFAT (right) archdiocesan CYO director, presents the school trophy of the Archdiocesan CYO Track and Field Championship Meet Saturday to As- sumption of Seattle at West Seattle Stadium. The presentation program included (from left) CYO athletic director Peter J. Hupperten, girls' coach Mrs. Rita Berard, Margaret Donohue, John Spates and boys' coach Jim Henry, all of Assunaption. After a third un- precedented sweepstake win, Assumption deserves to keep the traveling trophy. -- (Progress Sports Photo by W. C. Heib, Jr.) the cadet division; two record- breaking performances bv ca- dette Sharon Odom of St. "Leo's of Tacoma with a 19.1 second 150-yard dash mark and 4-'-2 high jump; a 1:49.6 second ef- fort by the Assumption 880- yard cadet relay team; and a repeat win by the outstanding St. Joseph's 440-yard cadet re- lay team, lowered its own rec- ord to 51.4 seconds. The 440-yard dash and 880- yard dash were included in the spartan and cadet divisions for the first time. Assumption's well-conditioned boys dominated the longer events with three out of four wins. With a 58.2 second effort in the cadet 440 by Greg Matson and a 2:22.5 second 880-yard dash by Mike Mayer these two Assumption runners will undoubtedly gladden some high school track coach's heart next year. And speaking of coaches, as- sisting gt the CYO meet were Blancher's Ed Thenell, O'Dea's Don Isaacson and Seattle Prep's Larry Eason. MRS. RITA BERARD, whose ent divisions. Divisional and individual winners follow: Divisional results TEENETTES--lst place, St. Jaseph's, 52 points; 2nd, Our Lady of the Lake, 45; 3rd, All Salots, Puyallup, 39. BANTAMETTES--lst place, Assump- tion, 68 paints; 2nd, Holy Rosary, 39; 3rd, St. Patrick's, Tacoma, 36. MIDGETTES--lst place, St. Joseph',, 56 points; 2nd, St. Teresa's, 45; 3rd, St. Patrick's, 42. SPARTANETTES--lst place, St. Pat- rick's (Tacoma), 55 points; 2rid, As- sumption, 44; 3rd, St. Joseph's, 32. CADETTES--lst place, St. Joseph's, 62 points; 2nd, Assumption, 58; 3rd, St. Loo's (Tacoma), 28. TEENIES--lst plato, Assumption, 64 points; 2nd, St. Luke's, 39; 3rd, St. Potrlcks' (Tacoma), 37. BANTAMS--Ist place, St. Luke's, 58 polnls; 2nd, Assumption, 56; 3rd, St. Joseph's, 43. MIDGETS--lst ptace, St. L'Jke's, 68 poinls; 2nd, Assumption, 54; 2rd, St. Joseph's, 48. SPARTANS--lst place, Assumption, 67 points; 2nd, St. Patrick's (Taco- ma), 57; 3rd, St. Teresa's, $3. CADETS--lst place, Assumption, 72 points; 2nd, St. Teresa's, 60; 3td, Sl. Joseph's, 58. Girls' division TEENETTES 40-yard dash--Gwin Davis, St. Tere- sa, 6.2. 50-yard dash---Peggy Mathlas, St. Joseph, 7.3. 7S-yard dash--Shelly Anderson, Holy Rosary, 11.0. 100-yard dash--Diane Bjerke, Our Lady of the Lake, 13.8. 220-yard relay--A. Felzer, M. Todd, S0-yard dash.--K. Elfalam, St. Teresa, 7.5 (record tie). 7S-yard dash--Sandra Clark, Assump- tion, 10.4 (new record). 100-yard dash--Llane Swegle, Holy Rosary, 13.4. 220-yard relay--V. Peck, T. Hotttn- oar, M. Sreen, S. Clark, Assumption, 31.3. 0-yard relay--J, aerard, S. Snyder, S. Cieslar, K. Henry, Assumption, 6t.8 (new record). Running broad lumP.--Llane Swegle, Holy Rosary, 12'6". Standing broad lump--Rebe:ca Good- fellow, St. Luke, 6'7". MIDGETrES S0-yard dash--Dorothy Meohan, St. Joseph, 7.2. 7S-yard dash--Janette Kors, St, Pot- rlck's (TI, 10.4. 100-yard dash--Koy Tobin, St. Jo- seph, 13.0 (record tlel. 220-yard relay--D. Moehon, K. Burke, D. Breone, J. Hoy, St. Joseph, 32.0. 440-yard relay--E. Carney, K. Tobln, T. McEvoy, S. Drummey, St. Joseph, 59.0 (new record). Softball throw--Phyllis Verzosa, St. Tereso, no distance given. Running broad iump--D. Gill, St. Teresa, 14'6". Standing broad lump.--Elleen Carney, St. Joseph, 7'3" (new record). SPARTANETTES 7S-yard dash--M. Blancher, St. Te- resa, 10.1. 100.yard dash--Kathy Deforest, As- sumption, 13.2. lS0-yord dash--Oione Quorles, St. Tereso, 19.3 (new record). 220-yard reloy--C. Blume, 5. Leach- man, T. Kitsch, M. Borr, Assumption, 29.5 (new record). 440-yard relay--M. Blanchet, M. Ra- 1S0-yard dasSharon adam, St. Lea (T), 19.1 (new record). 220-yard relay--D. DeShon, S. Mur- ray, N. Padden, D. Chudecke, Assump- tion, 30.0. 440-yard roloy--K. Rowon, S. Sand- erson, D. Marllley, M. Oonohue, AS. sumplJon, 57.9 (new, record). Running brood Jump--Margarof Don- ohue, Assumption, 15'13/,P '. (new rec. ord). High Jump--Sharon Odom, St. Lea (T), 4'2" (new record). Softball throw--C. Fletzen, St. Luke, no dlstonce. Boys' division TEENIES 40-yard dash--Mike Corby, Assump- tion, 6.1. S0-yard dash---John Harold, Asuml tion, 7.3 (new record). 7S-yard dash--Kevln Smith, St. Te- resa, 10.4 (new record). IO0-yard dash--Dennis Spates, As- sumption, 14.0 (record tie). 220-yard relay--M. Henderson, J. Pltzpatrlck, M. Fleck, M. Biffs, St. Joseph, 31.5 (new record). 440-yard relay--T. Gill, T. Perry, M. Corby, D. Spates, Assumption, 60.11 tnew record). Running broad lumP--J. Petrlnovlch, St. Patrick (T), 13'3V2". (new record). Standing broad luml--B. Carol, St. Luke, 6'9V2". BANTAMS 40-yard dash--Paul Johnston, Christ the King, 6.1. S0-yard dash--Mike ChudecKe, As- sumption, 6.9 (new record). 75-yard dash--Jim Patnaude, St. Luke, 10.1 (new record). 100-yard dash--Brian Durkln, St. Luke, 13.1 (record tie). 220-yard relay--B, alume, M. Berg, T. CIIney, B. Motson, Assumption, 31.1 (new record). 440-yard relay--B. Durkin, P. Died- richs, M. McMIIlan, J. Patnoude, St. Luke, 50.5 (new record). Running brood Jump--arian Durkln, St, Luke, t4'1%" (new record). Standing broad lumP---Brlan Dieder- Ichs, St. Luke, 7'2". MIDGETS S0-yard dash--D. Funsln, St. Luke, 6.9 (record fie). 7S-yard dash--Ernle Snyder, AssumD. tion, 9.9 (new record). 100.yard dash--W s Salvage, St. Luke, 12.3 (new record. 220-yard relay--S. Meyer, T. Con- way, ,S. EIchner, D. Elchner, Assump- tion, 29.9. 440-yard reloy--D. Funsln, B. AIlard, P. Schramar, W. Salvage, St. Luke, 54.9 (new record). Running broad Jump--Bill Mlnahan, St. Joseph, 14'10V2" [new rocord). Standing brood Jump--We$ Salvagaj St. Luke, 7'9V4". High lump---Kevln Reagan, St. Jo- seph, 4'2" (new record). SPARTANS 75-yard dash--Larry Duvall, Lady Of the Lake, 9.7. 100-yard dash--Paul Breen, Assump- tion, 12.3. 220-yard dash--R. Davis, St. TerHa, 30.3. 440-yard dash--J. Bezlch, St. Patrick (T), 63.2 (new record). $B0-yard dash--Tim Sullivan, Assump- tion, 2'.30.7 (new record). 440-yard relay--J. Sullivan, J. Henry, M. Barge, P. Brean, AssumPtion, 53,9 (new record). n0-yard relay--B. Rowse, T. Neu- part, K. Corr, M. Martin, AssumPtion, 1:59.3. Running broad luml-Paul Brn, Assumption, 15'10V2". 8-lb. shot put--R. Davis, St. Teresa, 31'10". High lump--B. Fahey, Sacred Heart .(T), 4'8" (new record). CADETS 7S-yard dash---Ted Berard, Assump- tion, 9.0 (new record). 100-yard dash--Mark Wheelar, St. Te- girls' squad helped Assumption win the school trophy, was as- sisted this year by Terry Mat- P. Mathlas, R. Robinson, St. Joseph, 35.3. 440-yard relay--B. Wellnitz, .J Young, M. Lee, D. Bierke, Our Lody of the Loke, 66.0 (new record). Running broad lump--Theresa Irvln, schko, N. Heodrlck, D. Quarles, St. Teresa, 58.8. Running broad lump--Mary Horklns, St. Patrick's (T), 14'2V2". High JumP--Weody Bernie, St. Pat- rick's (T), 4'4" (new record). resa, Greg Hay, St. Joseph, tied, 11.4. 220yard dash--Billy Colbert, St. Te- resa, 27.5. 440-yard dash-.-G r eg Matson, As- sumption, 50.2 (new record). 800-yard dash--Mike Mayer, Assump. knowledge of the alleged bribe scheme, concerning SU's game against Idaho January 22, won by the Chiefs, 89-72. ON A motion of the govern- ment in April, the federal bribery charges were dismissed againt Williams and Phillips. The state of affairs, invol- ving the two, are still unan- swered, although their college playing days were abruptly fin- ished last February. Returning veterans next year will be led by Tom Workman as a junior. The returning lettermen are then --sooior Jack Tebbs, and then--juniors Malkln Strong, Plummet LotS, Elzie John- son and Jack Kreiger. Oth- er candidates are Mike Acres, Lenny Bell and Rick Ma- thews, The 1965-66 schedule follows: tAll SU home games (in capllal let- ters) and Jhe American Legion Tour- nament wtl be Played at the Seattle Center Coliseum. Home games begin at 8 pro' except for the Fehruury 13 University at Portland contest*, start- Ing at 2:30 pm.) Dec. t--SEATTLE PACIFIC COLLEGE. Dec. 3--UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY. Dec. ttMONTANA STATE COLLEGE. Dec. ll--Unlvnrllty of California ot San- ta Barbara. Doc. 1S--University of Arisono el Tuo oaa. Dec. 17.|lb-4un Devtl Classic (with Bay- tar Unlvlrsity, University of Colora- do, ArlSono State University) at Tempe, Ariz. Dec. 21--COLORADO STATE UNIVER- SITY. DeC. .3e.--Americon L e g i n Tourna- ment (with University of Texas, Uni- VlesltY of Callfernla, Unlverllty ot Arizona) at Seattle Coliseum. (Dec. 2lib.-California.Arizona, 7 pm, Soutlle-, Texas, 9 pm; DeC. 30--1users' btack- of 7 pro, winnars bracket, 9 pro) Jan. &--Texas Western College at El Paso. Jan. I--Montana State College at Boe- ml. Jan. 10--Idaho State Uatversny at Poca- retie. Jan. lS-..Ooyton University of Dayton, O. Jan. 17Ohlo University of Athens, O. Jaa. .--CREtGHTON UNIVERSITY. Jan. 21k.-LaSALLE COLLEGE. Feb. I--WEBER STATE COLLEGE. Feb. &-IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY. Feb. 11--University el Portland at Port. land. Flb,lb-Untvsrslty at Porlluad* Feb. 17--Utah State University at Logan. Feb. I.--otorado State University at Mar. b...4Jnlverslty of Idaho at Mos. ()W. Mar. S--TEXAS WESTERN COLLEGE. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing Farming Trades Soclil Work * Clerical Work For IBformation write: Brother Gilbert lgrko, C.SC. Notre Damn High School 13642 Riverdde Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. the number one spot on the varsity golf squad. Meyer was also the recipient of the Grads Club Scholarship Award. The list of awards follow: 1984-85 AWARD WINNERS GOLF INSPIRATION :--John Aktn, Junior. TENNIS INSPIRATION:--Mark Frls- by, junior. FROSH, BASKETBALL INSPIRA- TIONAL:--Dave Boltker. BAS E aA L L-LEAOINE HITTER:-- Steve Looney (.323), freshman. BASEBALL-HUSTLE AWARO:--Jerry Waits, tunlor. BASEBALL - MOST VALUABLE:- George Vanni, Senior. BASKETBALL - VARSITY INSPIRA- TIONAL:--Rich Turney, Senior. BASKETBALL - MOST VALUABLE:- RIch Turney, senior. SPECIAL AWARD: John VanDoren GRADUATING SENIORS: Rich Tar- ney, Ralph Heyward, John Dougherty, Monagor. SPECIAL AWARO: John VanRoren for hole In-one (eighth at Inglewood). STUDENT BODY ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD:--BIII Meyer, senior. GRADS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP A- WARD:--BIII Meyer, senior. APPRECIATION AWARDS:--tO re. tiring tooth Barney Koch, boseaall; ond to graduoflng osslslont cooch ot base- pall, Bob Jacobs. SPECIAL AWARD: -- Jerry Worts, Junior, school record .10 ERA NCAA Pitching leader in ERA. LETTER WINNERS BASKETBALL VARSITY -- Plummer Lotf, Tom Workman, Elzie Johnson, Rich Turney, Jack Tebbs, Malktn, Sfrong, Jack Krelger, John Dougher- ty, monoger, Joe Champoux, manager. BASKETBALL FRESHMAN--John WIIwtns, Steve Looney, Jim LoCour, Tom Sprlnk, Steve Conklln, Dick Fol- lestad, Duane Cordlner, Dave Boelt- ker, Lou Stevenson, Don $nyder, MIko Solmon, manager. BASEBALL VARSITY--Mike Acres, Dove Borden, Lorry Buzzord, Len Fel- lez, Steve Fvertsch, Jim Homm, Steve Hunter, Sieve Looney, MIck McDonold, Steve Mezich, Tom Sauber,, Lee Shorry, George Vanni, Gerry Wafts, Brian Leohy, manager. TENNIS VARSITY--Mark Frlsbie, Bill Agopsowlcz, Dove Ellis, Jim Al- brecht, George Alcott, MIck McHugh. GOLF VARSITYEIU Meyer, LeRoY, Niznlk, Jon Akin, Jim Murphy, Orrin Vincent, Terry Thomos, John Von Dor- en, Mike Frlel. GOLF FRESHMAN--Hurley DeRoin, Terry Renner, Mike Sherlock, John Rassier, Steve Gill, Greg Nogel. For youth work SAN FRANCISCO (NC)-- Adrian Gilbert, a CYO staff member here for 25 years, has been awarded the Benemerenti Medal, a papal award given for exceptional accomplishment and service. Gilbert is the first person to receive a papal award for youth work in the archdiocese. NEED SUMMER HELP? Call Now! Seattle University Student Placement EAst 3-9400 Entry blanks, available at all resa's 10.4 second 75 yard dash Catholic schools and CYO teen in the teenies; a 7'3" standing clubs, must be returned no 150-yard dash mark and 4'-2 later than June 11 to the Ta- leon Carney of St. Joseph's; a coma CYO Office, 2917t/ S. tremendous 5-0 high jump by 12th St., Tacoma 98405. Marty Welch of St. Teresa's in son, Kathy Donohue, Linda Antoncich, all of Blanehet High, and +Patty Henry of Holy Names. For the first time Lrophies were awarded in the 10 differ- All Saints (T), 12'6%" Stondlng broad lump---DJane Bjerke, Our Lady of the Lako, 6'7" ireeord tie). BANTAMETrES 40-yard dash--Wanda Cieslor, As- sumption, 6.0. (new record). Softball throw--Chris Handley, St. Patrick (T), no distance. CADETTES 75-yard dash--Mary Mlnahan, st. Jo- seph, 10.1 Inew record). 100-yard dash--Margaret Donohue, Assumption, 13.0. tlon, 2:22.5. 440-yard relay--& Shermon, R. Coon, E. Bush, G. Hay, St. Joseph, 51.4 (new record). 8$0-yard relay--T. Berard, J. Spales, M. Wortelle, J. Rockwell, Assump- tion, 1:49.6 (new record). Running broad lump--Mark Wheeler, St. Teresa, 18'1V2". 8.lb. shot put--B. Runsln, Our Lady Diamondmen near tOUnrneys Bellingham f the Lake' 39'9"" I High lump--Marly Welch, St. Teresa, women bowlers so (ne, record) . . . . aid eharifies I MESHErr I Sandings The 1965 CYO grade The Championship roster of Rye e mSmber Ye;attle,nsae. BELLINGHAM-- school b a s e b a I I cam st. Charles Borromeo's midg- Assumption School is the r- ets include Dan Shea, Jim red Heart Parish. cipient of an overhead projec- Tacoma resuH's paign heads into the fin- Bnrkhause, Chuck Martin, tar and St. Joseph s General al stretch with big tourna- John Tagney, Mike Meyer- Scoreboard Hospital of furnishings for a Girls' softball ments looming at the finish dirk, Pat Feutz, Todd Silver, private room, thanks to the sea- LASSIES line. Nell Gruehalla, Robert Hurd, Seattle resuJts son's completion of the Cath- WL WL St. Frances 5 g St. Potrlck 3 3 Sacred Heart 5 I Holy Cross R 2 4 Holy Rosury 4 2 St. Charles 1 4 St. Leo 3 3 Holy Cross W 0 6 SPARTANEITES St. Patrick $ 1 St. Frances W 4 3 Holy Crass 6 1 All Saints 2 S St. Leo S I St. Ann 1 6 St. Frances R 4 S St. Charles S 6 CADETTES St. Patrick 7 1 St. Charlees 4 3 Holy Cross 7 1 Holy Rosary 3 5 St. Leo 6 2 Visitation 2 6 Sacrod Heart S 3 All Soints 1 7 st. Frances S 3 St. Ann 0 ,I Boys' baseball MIDGETS FINALS St. Charles 6 1 St. Leo 3 4 St. Frances S 2 St. Ann 'J 5 Socred Heart S 2 Holy Rosary 0 7 CADETS Sacred Heart 4 I Holy Cross 3 4 St. Patrick 5 1 All Saints 2 4 St. Frances 5 2 Holy Rosary 2 4 St. Ann 4 3 St. Charles 2 S St. Lea 3 3 Visitation 1 6 --compiled by Jeff Buhr Seattle results Boys' baseball MIDGETS CENTRAL FINALS St. Mark 7 0 St. Catherlna 62 S Assumption B 4 4 SI. John B 2 S St. Anne B 3 .5 MIDGETS NORTH FINALS SI. Mark 10 0 St. Catherine 2 7 St. Plus 7 2 st. Matthew 2 I Assumption 5 3 St. Luke 1 7 MIDGETS NORTHWEST FINALS Fatima 7 1 St. Margaret 2 6 St. Anne 7 1 St. Alphonsus 1 7 St. John 3 S -omplied by Lee Schneider MIDGETS SOUTHWEST ' FINALS Holy Rosary 7 7 1 Guadalupe 2 L St. Bernadette 6 2 Sf. Philomena 0 S Holy Family 5 3 MIDGETS SOUTH FINALS St. George 7 1 Lourdes S S St. Anlhony R 6 2 St. Paul 2 6 BrlsOI 3 5 MIDGETS EAST FINALS MS. Virgin 6 2 St. Joseph 4 4 St. Edward 5 3 st. alaldlc| 1 7 Sat N'rt e 4 4 --compiled by Tom Rooney SPARTANS SOUTH Guadalupe $ 2 St. Francis 4 3 Sac. Heart (6) 4 2 St. aenodiet 0 I St. Joseph 5 3 -..compiled by Don Patrick CADETS EAST / FINALS St. Anthony 7 1 St. Louisl $ 3 Sat. Heart (6) 6 2 St. Monlca 0 I Holy Family 2 6 --omplied by Duana Atklnson NEW! OPENS JUNE 1Sthl I(AUFER'S NORTH END BRANCH $39 N. E. 110th I Nesr Junior Beet Shoo 1 1/= BIk. L If Nsrthssts i The Greater Seattle area championships for the midget, spartan end cadet teams will be played next Monday in Sick's Seattle Stadium. Midget and cadet cham- pions will advance to the arehdioeesan tournament Sat- urday, June 5, in Heidelberg Stadium in Tacoma. In + Tacoma, the midget race is all settled with the cham- pionship going to St. Charles Borromen's, coached to e 6-1 record by Dick Racek. In the Greater Seattle area, midget and cadet divisional champs have emerged w i t h playoffs b e i n g scheduled through this week The semi- finals for midgets and cadets will be held at 6 and 8 pm this Saturday at White Center Play- field. MIDGET DIVISIONAL champs are St. George's for the south with the George- towners being the defending city and archdiocesan title- holders, Holy Rosary for the southwest, Our Lady of Mount Virgin for the east, St. Mark's Whites for the central, St. Mark's Greens for the north ,and St. Anne's for the north- west. Cadet divisional finalists are St. Anthony's of Renton for the east, Holy Rosary for the southwest, Our Lady of Mount Virgin for the south, St. Pins X of Mountlake Terrace for the central and St. Margaret's for the west. In spartan action, Assump- tion is the winner of the north division. The south title is still being settled in a three- way tie with the title up for grabs among St. Joseph's, Our Lady of Guadalupe and Sacred He'art of Bellevue. Starting time for the Memo- riel Day classic at Siek's Sta- dium is at 1 pm with the midg- ets playing the first of the tri- ple-header. The archdiocesan starting times in Tacoma is 6 pm for the midgets and 8 pm for the cadets. A CROSS-STATE invitational tournament is still in the offing between t h e archdiocen champion and the Spokane di- ocesan banner-bearer. The game is tentatively some time in June in Spokane. Steven Anderson, Eddie Sau- riol, Jeff Hetz, William Rich- ner, Mark Laviola, Pat Mad- deck, Peter Hayes and An- drew Tongish. ANOTHER NO-HIT, no-run game was played last week with Nick Gatter getting the 4-0 victory for St. Anthony's of Renton over Holy Family of Kirkland. THE EIGHTH grade right- bander pitched the Renton ca- dets to a tie in the east divi- sion. In the next game, St. An- thony's iced the divisional title with an 8-2 victory over Sac- red Heart of Bellevue. c 16 ST. PAUL'S cadets have a heavy hitter in shortstop Don Wyman, one of the rare batters to solve the pitching of Our Lady of Mount Virgin's Ma- rina Michelli. Don, faring Ma- rina in six times at bat, cal- 1acted four hits, including a triple, double and two singles. MARINa IN some eight games has had four runs seared against him with two unearned. The CYO all-city elassie at Siek's Seattle Stadium on Memorial Day was made pos- sible through arrangements between CYO baseball com- missioner Pete laci and Seat- tle Angel general manager Edo Vanni. Vanni, who was field manager of the Seattle Boys' baseball MIDGETS Sacred Heart (B) 10, St. 6eoedict S. St. Joseph 4, St. Edward 3. Lary of Lourdes lt, St. Paul 1. St. George S, Brlscoe 3. Holy Rosary 14, Holy Family 9. St. Bernadette 7. Lady at Guadalupe 1. Mt. Virgin 5, St. Benedict 0. St. Joseph 12, Sacred Heart (B) 3. St. George 10 Lady at Lourdes S. St. Anthony (R) 9, St. Paul 6. Holy Family 10, St. Phllomono I. St. Bernadette 9, Holy Family 7. Lady of Guadalupe 6, St. Phllomena $. Holy Rosary 34, St. Phllemlma I. -- compiled by Tom Rooney Assumption 14, St. Cotherina S. St. Plus 1S, St. Maffhew 3. St. Mark 10, St. Luke 0. St. Anne 11, St. John 2. St. Margaret S, St. Alphonsus 4. St. Catherlae 14, St. Matthew !. olic Women's Bowling League. b The league, composed of 'p Catholic Daughters of America ', members and Assumption pa- ,b rishioners, ended their bowling ' season for charity with the ) team winnings given to the ) two Belling, ham institutions. Elected league president is I Mrs. F. Pitsch; vice president, Mrs. V. Copeland; secretary, Mrs. R. Simmons; and ser- geant-at-erms, Mrs. R. Schwartz. Red Cross school LLOYD FOWLER Member of St. Louis |ellevoe i St. Mark 17, St. Plus 0. 50 GALLONS OF FREE GAS. st A,ph..,u. s, st. A.n., at Camp Cabrini '! Lady of Fatima 13, St. John 4. METKE FORD CO. St. Catheritm 6's 12, St. John B's 12. Some 160 persons are taking ' St. Mark B's 10, St. Anne B'S 2. St. catherine B's 21, Assumption 6'o 9. part in the Seattle-King County  BELLEVUE I St. Mark B's 17, St. John B's 2. Red Cross Chapter's llth an- -- complied by Lee Schneider SPARTANS St. Joseph 4, St. Bonedict $. St. Francis 4, Lady of Guadalupa S. Sacred Heart (B) 12, St. Boaedlet 7. St. Francis 0, St. Joseph D6"o1 -- compiled by Pafrlck CADETS St. Anthony (R) 10, Sacred Heart (6) 9. St. Louise 16, St. Monlco 4. SI. Anthony (q) 4, Holy Fomlly (K) 0. qualifying them for Red Cross Sacred Heart (B) , Haly Family (K) S. certificates in various categor- st. Anthony (R) 0, Sacred Hea (B) 2. ies of first aid, water safety, -- complied by Duane Atklnson Mt. Virgin 6, St. Paul 0. Mt. Virgin 29, Cathedral 1. -- complied by Lou Soha Counter-measure BERLIN, Germany (NC)-- East German Communist of- ficials are continuing to pro- mote a "consecreation of youth" as a rival ceremony to Catholic and Protestant re- ligious Confirmation. I ALL FORD.gUILT CARS & TRUCKS t TOP EUYS AT EIG DISCOUNT ) PRICES -- BRING IN THIS AD-- l WE'LL SEAL THE DEAL WITH --BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD'-- Chr;sHen Char;ty *o Every Corner of ihe Glob* UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN MISSIONS CANDIDATES TRAINED AS: Inf;rmarians-- Medical Technicians Pharmaclsfs -- Thoraplsfs -- Saarafar;es WRITE: DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONS St. John of God Hospital Brookline 46, Mass. nual First Aid and Water Safe- ) SL. 4-24S4 J [ SH. S-7710 ty Weekend Training School at L-----'+------------------------ CYO Camp Cabrini on Beaver ml,llll,,I,Inll,l,,lllll,,ll, ll,l,llllll,,llll,l,l,,lllll,,,Im,m,,m,m , Lake, near Issaquah. The three aq weekend sessions began Friday Channe and will end June 4-6. The students take instruction of Address Itl#l  have a tttOttlt# of #our time ? Ilte Foter Children oi Sealtle and small craft safety. The instruction is given by Red Cross volunteer-instructors. I FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Car or Truck Call: JERRY HENTScHELL Member Sf, Mark's Perish EM. 3-6110 RES. EM 3.9006 "FLEET" CHEVRoLET, IHC. 117th & Bothell Way * Seattle Whe n notifying The Progress of change of eddress be sure to menion fhe old and new address. Our mailing lid mud be made up In advance and we oannot guaran*ee regular delivory of fhe paper during such change of address unle. nofico is roooived I0 days in advance, THE PROGRESS Circulation Dept. 907 Terry Avenue Seattle 98104 MAin 2.8880 q[if[11[lIiIuill[[[IiIiiitii Congratulations to Graduates of '65 Radio Dispatched YELLOW CABS MA 2-6500 902 Madison St. Seattle, Washington