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8--THE PROGRESS F,idoy, 31, SCHOLASTIC RODEO: South CYOers man largest camp work l)art;y Co,ova. Focus on Whatcom grad s .... Our 'saesmen' do well Catholic graduate womens Cathohc graduates of" honorary ....... as an acknowledge-  ...... ,. merit oi excellence in ooth ::::: :i::i ::;iii :ii:::.i!i!i ............. By Fred Cordova wnatcom L;ouncy puerto scholarship and leadership" ii:: i'i::i]i i::iiiii]i::i!i!i high s c h 0 o 1 s will join and a required 3.46 or better ! ninth grade graduates of As- grade point average. : ................. ::: :::::::* : .............. !i ::: :: i i. :ili:::. ", i::i!i:::.:.:::ilf!ii/. su o'n School at a bacca From the Archdiocese are m ha - ;.; ::::::::: !.::: .f : .................. :; .: laureate Mass at 9 a.m. this Sharon Missiaen, Bellingham; .......................... ::z-:  ........... :. .......... iiJ!!: : :iiii:.  i:::' ,>" "::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :ii!i:::'::::i:i:::?" " Sunday in Assumption Church. Mary Elayne Grady, Port Father Thomas L. Vanden- Townsend; and Joan Newell, berg of Assumption will give Mar.g.aret Raney, Ann Huetter, the sermon. Mardyn Owens, Gerri Derig The Catholic Daughters of and Ann MacQuarrie, all of America wil be hostesses at Seattle. a' breakfast following the Mass in the gymnasium for senior Blanches grad high school graduates. Mrs. named annual's editor Dan WaSte is heading the com- Marianne Kreilin, a 19fi0 mittee of eighth grade graduate of Blanchet High mothers, hostesses. School, will edit the Seattle Baccalaureate for Cleveland seniors A baccalaureate ermon will be given this Sunday at the 6 p.m. Mass in St. George's Church. In attendance will be Cath- olic seniors of Cleveland High School's 1963 graduating class. St. Mary's lists trash scholarships WINLOCK -- Recipients of two scholar- ships for incoming freshmen have been awarded by St. Mary's Academy to Christine Dngaw ($300), daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. Dugaw of Toledo; and to Evalyn Wil- liamson ($200), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James William- son of San Diego, Calif. Receiving honorable men- tion were Candida Young of St. Bernadette's School in Seat- tle, Charlene Didier of Im- maculate Conception School in Mount Vernon and Barbara Habersetzer of Frances. Marylhurst honors Winlock student MARYLHURST, Ore. -- Helen Pierog, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pierog of Winlock has been awarded the St. Catherine's Medal, annually given to the outstanding soph- omore at Marylhurst College. A sociology major who grad. uated from St. Mary's Acad- emy, Helen has a 3.49 grade average, and has served as Sodality secretary, SMC Tacoma iunlor Is Creighton-bound OLYMPIA-- Richard Holcomb, junior ma- jor in chemistry at St. Martin's College, has been notified of his acceptance for the 1963 class at Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Neb. Holcomb was valedictorian of St. Martin's High School Class of 1960, and has been an almost straight A student at college. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Holcomb, of 1432 S. 56th in Tacoma. Women's honorary selects 11 SU coeds Eleven graduating Seattle University senior women, in- cluding eight from the Arch- diocese, have been named to Kappa Gamma Pi, national SU lands Sequim hoop star The Seattle IJniversity Chief- rains landed their first excep- tional college basketball pros- pect from the state in the person of Lenny Bell, 6:5 All- Stater from Sequim High School. The Class A All-Tournament selectee has accepted a scholar. ship to SU and will enter with a 3.9 grade point average. Averaging 21 points per game, Beil led his Sequim team to the Olympic League title. Dominicans Receive Grants University yearbook, the Aegis, next year, according to John R. Talevich, faculty adviser. Miss Kreiling, the daughter of August H. Kreiling, 6056 41st Ave NE, is an honors student with a 3.73 grade point average in psychology. It's election time at Seattle U Dennis LaPorte of Tacoma has been elected next year's senior class president at Seattle University. Senior veep will be Helen Coyne of Seattle and secretary - treasurer, Kathy Ermler of Portland. In other class elections: Bill Meyer, president, San- dra Hasenoehrl, v e e p, and Lonna Tutman, secretary-treas- urer, for the juniors; and Bill Rieck, president, Andrew Mc- Clure, veep, and Jane Frafton, secretary-treasurer, for the sophomores. Girls fill dust brigade THE LARGEST work party ever to hit a CYO camp was achieved Saturday by the CYO south district when 210 teen-agers, accompanied by 25 adult advisors, "invaded" Camp Cabrini to get the lake resort facility in shape before the 1963 opening. Manning the brooms, mops, pails, dusting cloths were girls (from left) like Kathy Stewart of Holy Family, Monica Finnegan and Robin Schroedl, both of Holy Rosary; Mary Jane King of Holy Family, and Jean Lenishko of Holy Rosary. The heavier duties fell to the boys (from left) like Tom Randles of St. Edward!s, Larry National Youth Adoration Day set June 2 WASHINGTON, D.C.--(NC)-- Five million Catholic young people throughout the nation are expected to participate in the seventh annual National Youth Adoration Day observ- ance June 2, Pentecost Sunday. Monsignor Frederick J. Stev- enson, youth department direc- tor of the National Cathoylic Welfare Conference, said the youths are being asked to re- member a special intention of the observance and "to pray that the Divine Spirit assist and guide the Fathers of the ecumenical council in that the light and strength of the Gos- pel may ever more widely in- fluence human society." The young people are expect. ed to assist at Mass, receive H o 1 y Communion and spend some time privately before the Blessed Sacrament during the observance. Other intentions listed ask for prayers to the Holy Spirit that Catholic y o u t h will receive guidance to know the truth and obtain courage to follow it, and that youth be infused with reverential awe of Divin. Sty, which is the beginning of wisdom. "In t h i s time of unusual stress upon youth's moral re- sources," Monsignor Steven- son said, "it is especially fit- ting that Y o u t h Adoration Day's intentions concern so specifically the spiritual foun- dations of our young Catho- lics." Award goes to Christ the King Cubs ROBERT KEVIN BEIERL FISHER JAMES ROBERT RYAN SHEPHERD The Parvuli Dei Award, the Church's highest honor for Cub Scouts, Friday was awarded for the first time to members of Christ the King Pack. Recipients were Robert F. Beierl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Beierl Jr., 11232 Fre- mont Ave. N.; Kevin Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Fisher, 11548 Ist Ave. N.W.; James M. Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ryan, 14327 Corliss Ave. N.; and Robert J. Shep- herd, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Shepherd, 10531 1st Ave. N.W. Father A. L. Leahy, pastor, presented the awards. The four boys, all 10 years old, attend Christ the King School. Ray P. Tracey is cubmastar. More trophies for St. George's THE SEASON is meant to end with a championship and St. George's CYO cadette softball team took it literally by winning the central deanery title. The Georgetowners, under the coaching of Mrs. Barbara Vance (right) had defeated St. Catherine's, 25.7, for the crown. Receiving congratulations from their pastor, Father Cornelius Snyder, O.F.M., (from left) arc (first row) Sharon Mandolin, Midge Sartain, Ellen Hickey, Bonnie Burke and Sandra Doyle; (second row) Marie Claeys, Diane Shalander, Ruthanne Baird, Annette Lund and Linda Anderson; (third row) Monica Petta, Charlet BasS, Natali Guiberson, Donna Smith and Janice McGeary; (fourth row) Mary Truman, Kathy Sartain, Maria Rosenstine and Janee Bossuyti. (Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib.). CYO pennant progress: CYO scoreboard Seattle results Boys' baseball It's all over in Tacoma Tacoma finals Girls' softball Boys' baseball MIDGETS LASSIES MIDGETS HOLLYWOOD St. CetherJne 12, St. John 8. W L W L 4 St. W L W k St. AIphonsus 8, Assumption (A) S. St. Charles ...7 1 St. Patrick .... 4 Ann ...... S O St. Leo ....... 3 5 St. Benedict 8; St. Mark 2. Holy Cross ..6 2 Sacred Heart 3 St. Charles ...6 2 St. Frances R 2 6 St. Joseph 14, St. Luke t. St. Frances ..5 3 St. Leo ...... 2 I St. Frnnces W 4 4 Sacred Heart..1 7 Assumption (A) 22, St. Mark S. St. Ann ...... 0 7 St. Catherine S, St. Alphonsus 3. St. Joseph 8, St. John I. CADETTES CADETS Fatima 9, St. Teresa 6. Fatima ever Cathedral (forfeit) Assumption (B) 7, St. Teresa 4. St. Anthony 11, St. Margaret 9. St. Anne 7, St. Teresa 5. Assumption (B) 19, St. Anthony lS. St. Anne over Cathedral (forfeit) St. Teresa 12, St. Margaret 2. Fatima 25, St. Anthony 1. Fatima 6, Assumption 2. Mt. Virgin 14, St. Margaret 10. St. Teresa 13, Cathedral 2. St. Anne 20, St. Anthony s. St. George 14, St. Edward S. Holy Rosary 8, Holy Family 4. Sacred Heart 9, St. Anthony 7. St, Paul, Lourdes 1. CADETS Sacred Heart 3, St. Edward 1. Sacred Heart 22, Cathedral 2. Mt. Virgin 16, Cathedral 10. St. Edward over Immaculate (forfelt) St. Benedict 8v Blessed Sacrament 3. St. Margorot 3, St. John I. BlessecJ Sacrament 7, St. Anne 2. St. Anne 11, St. Morgarat 9. St. Alphonsus 6, St. Benedict 4. St. Alpbonsus 3, St. Anne 2. St. Benedict 11, St. Margaret 1. St. John 2, Blessed Sacrament 1. Biassed Sacrament 7, Fatima 3. St. Anthony 6, St. George 5. St. Paul 4, St. Anthony 3. St. Paul 13, Lourdes 2. st. Bernadette 15, Holy Family 2. St. aernadene 10, Holy Rosary 3. St. Francis 13 St. George S. St, Francis 10, St. George 2. St. Frnncls 14, Holy Rosary $. Holy Family 10, St. Francis 9. FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Call JOHN ' JARLAIS (Day.Jar.Lay) EM. 3-6110 MEMBER OF THE LAKE PARISH Res. LA. S.8312 "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 117th & BOTHELL WAY Sacred Heart 9 O Holy Cross ...S St. Frances ..8 1 Visitation ..... 3 6 St. Patrick G 7 2 St. Leo ...... 2 6 Holy Rosary ..6 3 St. Ann ...... 2 7 St. Patrick W 4 5 All Salats .... 1 S Boys flex muscles, brawn Skorupa and David Johnson, both of St. Frands of Assisi in Seahurst, and Dennis Dorratcague of Our Lady of Guada- lupe. Teens from these prishes and St. Paul's, St. Peter's, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Bernadette's and St. Thomas in Riverton were headed by Carol Gordon, district serial chairman, and Mrs. Dorothy Hawe, district advisory conn. cil president. The Knights of Columbus' North Seattle Council recently held its work party at Cabrini with the Carroll Club slated to have its own June 8 at Camp Don Bosco. (Progress Photos by Charley Heib.) " CHARLES GREENE TOM GORMAN Nation's fastest State's best THIS piece is another of those "We're Proud of our I!: Catholic Schools" bit. And why not? "i  It was Seattle Prep's, O'Dea's and Bellarmine's turn to shine in state high school athletic competition. And the dazzle mainly came from Charles Edward Greene of O'Dea, Thomas Warner German of Seattle Prep and Mark Woutila of Bellarmine. Greene should have every college track recruiter beating path to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johnson, at 825 23rd Ave. in Seattle's Immaculate Parish. The lithe senior tore up two of the oldest records in the State Class AA Track Meet. The only competition he ever had wa his old nemesis--that thieving wind. -Entering the meet in the Friday preliminary at Pullman, the heralded Irish green flash owned the best times of 9.6 in the 100-yard dash and 21.1 in the 220-yard sprint. THE CENTURY RUN was the toughest psychologically. As a sophomore, Greene entered the meet but was sidelined be- cause of an injury. As a junior, Greene ran the 100 in 9.7 but was denied the honor of shattering the 38-year-old mark because of tail winds. Throughout the course of other chances at the 100, he had been foiled because of circumstances like the ll0-yard boo-boo measurement in this year's Northwest Catholic Associa- tion meet. Friday he beat the 100 in 9.5--three 10th's of a second better than Was Foster's mark set in 1025. Saturday in the finals Greene was clocked in at 9.4 to match the twice-tied national record set by the great Jesse Owens in 1923. But that old wind ran along with Greene at 6.82 miles per hour. A breeze of 4:47 is the maximum allowable. Greene set another mark in the 220 with a time of 21 seconds fiat in the Friday prelim. That obliterated a 28-year-old mark of 21.2. He ran the 220 in a record-time of 20. Saturday but the wind was up to 7:02 m.p.h. Greene finished second in the broad jump with a leap of 23-1 Saturday. He won the Friday prelim with a 22-11 effort. Two niches, thanks to him, now stand in the state record books under the name of an archdiocesan school The two will remain for smoe time until another Greene, from we hope our own schools, breaks these records. Where will Greene go to college? O'Dea officials have wisely taken the recruiting pressure off him by re-routing college rep- resentatives' to the desk of Irish coach Bill Gilmore. O'Dea is second out of 49 O'DEA FOR THE second consecutive year finished Number Two in the state track meet with 4 points, behind Aberdeen. The Bobcats, though winning only one event, managed to place enough times and wind up with 39xA points . . . O'Dea'B M points also came with the assistance of Mike Welch, Wayne Wells, Art Wheeler, Grcg Brasbcar and John Callan. The Irish placed third in the 880 relay... The only other Catholic high choni first-place finisher was Be!larmine's Woutila who heaved the sbetput $0 feet and 4 inches in the Saturday finals. His placing fourth in the shotput Friday gave Bellarmine 12 points to share llth place with Seattle's Franklin, coached by former Seattle Prep basketball coach and Seattle University player Frank Ahem; and with Lewis and Clark and Pullman . . . Blancbet and four other schools wound up in 15th place with eight points The Braves' single entry was Dick Johnson, a member of Blanchet's tourney team and a senior, who placed ,eond in the 220 with 21.2 Saturday and second in the second 220 heat Friday . . . And Blancbet's 880 relay 1:28.6 mark of last year was broken by Stadium by a 10th of a second . . . Gonzaga Prep and seven others were in 18th place . . . In all 49 teams competed for 20 places. O'Dea finishing second did extremely well, considering the Irish have no field or ready facility at their disposal for track conditioning. Prep does great in racket business AND NOW TO THE SEATI'LE PREP PANTHERS, three- time state high school tennis champions. Prep's championship Saturday in Breme;'ton was the Pan- thers' third state title in four years and their second one in a row within 24 months. ,Their fast pace-setter is Tom Go,man, son of well known Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. German of 2214 llth Ave. E. in St. Patrick's Parish, ' Seattle. The junior, the state's defending champion, defeated High- line's Rick Holzmuller in the final, 11-0 and 6-4. Bellarmine's brother two-some of Joeff and Blaine Comfort won the doubles' consolation honors over Prop's Jim Policy and Bill Lundberg. The Panthers amassed 12 points to lead Lake Washington, Stadium, Everett, Highlinv and Bellarmine, all placing in that order,: :iCoached by Mr. Roger Wollesen, S.$., the Panthers entered the meet with an undefeated and title-snatching season in the NCA. THE SAME EXCITING happenings could be in store for Catho- lichlgh schol fans in the scholastic year of 1963- 64. mBROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD--- Sara Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER CANDIDATES ARE TRAINED AS: Registered Nurse, X.Ray, Laboratory Technicians, " Pharmaclsta, Therapists, Office Personnel , Write: Director of Vocations I1 St. John of GodHospitel Los Angeles tS, Calif. EDMONDS -- Six Dominican Sisters of Rosary Heights here have received summer grants. The recipients include: Sister M. Josita. O.P., super- ior at St. Alphonsus Convent and Spanish teacher at Holy Angels High School, a language grant in Spanish at the Univer- sity of North Carolina. Sister Louis Marie, O.P., su- parlor and eighth grade teach- er at St. Luke School, Seattle, a National Science Foundation grant to St. Louis University to continue her studies for a mas- ter's degree ;n chemistry. Sister M. Stephen, O.P., sci- ence teacher at Sacred Heart High School, Miles City, Mon- tana, an NSF grant in science at Seattle University toward a master's degree. Sister M. Johanna, O.P., can- didate for a doctorate at Uni- versity of Washington, an NSF grant for 1963-64 in zoology. Sister M. Corinne, O.P., mathematics and commercial teacher at Holy Angels High School, an NSF grant to SU for mathematics. Sister Michael Mary, O.P., seventh grade teacher at Sa- cred Heart School, Miles City, Mont., continues her program for a master's degree in Eng- lish under a scholarship from Holy Names College, Oakland, Calif. Sacred Heart I 1 Visitation ..... | 4 Holy Cross....7 2 St. Leo ....... 3 S St. Frances ..6 3 St. Charles .... 2 7 All Saints .... 6 3 St. Patrick ...I 7 St. Ann ...... d 3 Holy Rosary..0 g nAm;m,:E00,s (,OI, O MBIItN COl ! LI, Wholebnor.p.rpoed: atyo.r-r 1 El/ Drip cole NM,ww'_':L___,  / I:/:i1 grindsin  :: J'.::'il II .... : Vacuum ...................... Illp Here] .................... Bargreen's Coffee Co., Everett, Washington: Please send Parcel Post Prepaid and Credit C.Y.O. Camp Fund: [] Cans Bargreen's whole bean 100% Colombian coffee..$ .89 [] Electric coffee mill (Grinds in 10 seconds) .......... 9.25 [] 6 cup Bing Crosby Filter Drip coffee maker ......... 8.95 [] 6 cup Italian Expresso coffee maker .............. 4.95 [] Vacuum coffee maker ........................... 3.95 [] Graduated percolator ........................... 2.95 [] Drip coffee maker ................... . .......... 2.95 Total: MY NAME: .......................................... MY ADDRESS .................... City ...... State .... MY GROCER ........................................ enclosed is my check or money order CYO camps beckon more campers If you are a girl, 15 years old with a hankering for sum- mer fun at a CYO camp, you can still register for the girls' senior camp from July 1 to 10 at Camp Don Bosco. There's still room for 25. If you are a boy, 15 and 18, and like to hike, say to Gla- cier Peak July 27 to August 5, then there is still room for 13 like you. If you're 14 to 18 and would like instead to hike to Cascade Crest August 7 to 16, there are vacancies for 16 like you. If you are boys 10 to 15, Camp Blanches has vacancies for 36 in the first session June 17-26 and for 13 in the second session from June 29 to July 8. If you are boys nine to 14, there is room for 17 more like you at Camp Cabrini in the first session June 18-27. And if you are gifts nine to 14, 51 can be fitted in the first session June 18-27 at Camp Don Bosco. The CYO Office would be ' more than happy to receive your registration to the best CYO camps in the nation. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions ee Writing a Farming Trades Social Work a Clerical Work Par Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, .S.C. Notre Dame High School t 3642 Rivermide Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. FOREIGN AUTO PARTS and REPAIR CENTER GR 5-1733 5821 S. Tacoma Way TACOMA with SUNNY JIM PEANUT BUTTER JAMS, JELLIES and PRESERVES At ALL Better Grocery Storm And Remember SUNNY JIM TABLE SYRUP "Always a Favorite"