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,8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Jun e 7 ,'!,963,,, 00CYO Track Meet draws future cinder stars @ St. Teresa's girls win @ Assumption boys, too Russell Brooks. anchor- Donna Duncan, anchor- ing Assumption's winning lng St. Joseph's winning ,cadet 880 relay team. spar,ann,to 440 relay : r * team. 00Morr,son is new EBlanchet coach By Fred Cordova An athletic warrior has come home to stay and take on what appears to be the most lucrative basketball coaching position in the arch- diocesan school system. i George Morrison, now 28 and i:.still remembered by cage buffs ' for his inspirational play with j i Seattle Prep some seven years ", GEORGE MORRISON . Frea.lance fast-break ",n agu, is the new head basketball i'coach at Blanchet High School. ! His appointment, announced ursday by Rt. Roy. Men- Before graduating from Prep in 1956, he was team captain, named to The Progress All- Catholic, All.Northwest Consen- sus Basketball Team, awarded the Panthers' inspirational tro- phy and received honorable mention in the non-tournament all-state selections. He capped his Prep playing days with Ollie Flor, John Pericin, Jon Jacobsen and Brian Bell by leading the Pan- thers to a 15-3 season, That team was ranked No. 2 in the state by A.P. and lost out to Aberdeen 66-60 in the district playoffs. A good majority of his senior year was played with his arm in a cast. Gonsagu and coach Hank Anderson next beckoned Mor- rison. Gonzaga saw his serv- ices for one year with the fresh club and throe years on the varsity. Standing 5-10, Morrisen served as a play- making guard and had a cob legiate career game average of 10 points. Injuries, espe- cially during his senior year, slowed up the former Pan. ther, Graduating with a degree in English, he has remained in the education field. As Gon- zaga's frosh coach, he piloted the Bullpups to a 16-8 record. This is his main coaching expe- rience. While teaching for one year at Immaculate Conception School in Fairbanks, Alaska, he also coached the school team. He also played two years of AAU signor John P. Doogan, princi- q>al, is one-half of athletic fac- ball in Spokane and Fairbanks. :lty changes at the Home of The candidate for a master's ! Zthe Braves. degree in English at Conzaga is !i Tom Merrill, 28, graduate . presently a substitute teacher st .assistant "football coach at Seattle's Washington Junior ii Central Washington College of High. * Education, was named Blan- i' chet's physical education de- *.:: partment head and assistant -  football and track coach. Last seen on a Seattle court ,'n a Gonzaga University uni- , form, Morrison succeeds Don '.'ech, who, after steering the ;' Braves to the State Class AA ionship, accepted the :freshman basketball coaching /,.iob at the University of Wash-  jngton. * Merrill fills the vacancy left %y Bdl Herber, wresthng coach and assmtant gndlron mentor who will do graduate work in P.E. at the University of Jill- .rials. . MORRISON falls under the ?dassification of a "home town *. 'boy making good." He is the /product of the CYO, the Catholic 3rade, high school and uni- versity. in each the Seattle '= native has done well. . He began his playing career ,2. m the sxth grade at Holy Ro-  Sary School under the coaching - .of Woody Mire. From there he fell under the tutelage of Frank , Ahern at Seattle Prep. SINGLE, he lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison St., at 4007 39th Ave. S.W. in Holy Rosary Parish. Influenced by Ahem and An- derson, Morrison hopes to use a free-lancing type of fast-break. The Braves, who enter next season's fray with a 27-game winning streak as compiled by Tom Workman and Company, have been riddled by gradu- ation. Only two from the 10- member tournament team re- turn in the persons of Steve Bingham, a starting senior, and Gone Duncan, a reserve junior. Morrison will also teach Eng- lish at Blanchet. Merrill, a native of Wash- ington State, served for two years as football coach at Wishktah Valley High, a Class B school near Abet- deem Doing P.E. graduate work at Central Washington, Merrill lives in Ellensburg with his wife and four children. Their arrival in Seattle is expected soon. Need more room? We're always willing to lend folks the money they need for a worthwhile home purc I you're thinking of buying a new home -- or of remodel- I inn or adding to your present home -- we can f back- you upwlth the money you need at terms t  tailored to fit your pockbook. Stop and see ul ]  before you go house-hunting. -.  later. j  We'll be glad to help you. (Mote than gtaa-. ] being able to help makes m downright nappy.] t i Prudential Mutual Savings Bank d.i, c lri, mdly eorr of TMrd amt Spri# Porat hlA -J200 Proe parkiag Prce postage beth ways on mail deposits Mm,b" r.D.LO. 6 Mark Wheeler, triple winner for St. Teresa's midgets in *he 100-yard dash, running broad lump and 220-yard relay run. St. Teresa's top track figures display championship cups with (from left) coach Mrs. Lee Silicio, Mary Raschko, Paula Failings and coach Mrs. Nancy Spaccarotelll. Assumption's track mainstays show boys' cham- pionsh,p and over-all school trophies with (from left} o.captain Keith Blume, coach Jim Henry and o- captain Russell Brooks. (rogr., sp.m Ph.toa by Charley Helb To continue Catholic education AMONG the 813 Seattle Catholic high school seniors grad- uating Sunday was Blanchet's heralded basketball star, Tom Workman. Receiving his diploma from the Rt. Rev. Mon- signor Philip Daffy, archdiocesan superinteident of schools, the 6-5 all.state center announced earlier on Friday that he had accepted a full-ride scholarship to Seattle University because among others reasons he "wanted to continue" his "Catholic education." An honor student with a 3.0 grade point average, he plans to major in history and education. Joining him at SU will be two teammates, Mike Acres and Jim Miller, both accepting basketball and baseball scholar- ships. Workman and Acres are pitchers; Miller, an out. fielder. The priest in the background is Father A. J. Slfaugh- nessy, pastor of St. Alphonsus Parish. (Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib.) SU Hall of Fame adds 3 new names There are three new names in Seattle Univer- sity's athletic Hall of Fame: Eddie Miles, 1963 Helms Foundation basketball All-Amer- ican; James Whittaker, the first American to conquer Mount Everest, and Glenn Mattison, three-time baseball inspirational winner. These three, honored recently at the SU Graduates Club-spon- sored annual SU All-Sports Award Banquet, joined Hall of Famers Elgin Baylor, Johnny and Eddie O'Brien, Patricia Lesser Harbottle and Janet Hopps Adkisson. The banquet also put forward a bright note with the review of SU teams this school year. A winning year was noted with all teams compiling 85 victories against 31 defeats for a .740- plus average. The varsity basketball squad, under Vince Cazzetta and Clair Other individual player awards include: BOB SMITHER, varsity bas- ketball inspirational; Dave Uhl. man, ex-Bellarmine athlete, var- sity golf inspirational; Mike Dowd from Blanchet, tennis in- spirational; Bob Neubauer, var- sity baseball leading hitter; Jerry Schatz, varsity baseball leading "hustler," and Joe Shephard from Seattle Prep, rosh basketball inspirational. Miles, named Most Valuable Player for the cage Chieftains, also walked off home with numerous certificates, trophies and other mementoes. A special award from the Associated Students of SU was given KOMO-TV and Radio sports director Keith Jackson for "consistent top-notch broadcasting of SU basketball games and other sports for the last three years. With help Markey's coaching, had a 21-fl O ill go season plus another NCAA reene w tournament appearance. The A freshman basketball squad un- to La meet der Markey and Jon Jacobson Charles Greene bas been in. compiled 13 wins. 11 losses and vited to participate in the Gold- a tie. en West Invitational Track TOM PAGE'S golfers finished Meet Saturday, June 22, in IS-2, including a Far West Los Angeles. Classic tournament title. Entering the Junior Chamber Barney Koch's tennis court- of Commerce-sponsored cinder ears had an 11-5 record, meet will be the nation s top It was a record-breaking year graduating high school senior for Eddie O'Brien's varsity stars. But the question is will Charlie be able to make it? Attempting to answer this question are O'Dea track coach Bill Gilmore and Dan Brother. ton, Seattle JC youth activities chairman. What is needed, said Brother- ton, himself a former O'Dea basketball great, is approxi- mately $70 to cover traveling expenses. Other costs will be met by the Monterey 3"C. Greene holds the state 100, yard dash record of 9.5 and the 220-yard record of 21.0. He is, undoubtedly, the fast- est prep star in the country. Brotherton, needing assist- ance, can be contacted at MA 3-1724 for further information. baseball squad, also coached by Bob Jacobs. The diamondmen ran up a 25-7 mark with indi- vidual and team records going by the wayside. Frank Michael, former O'Dea triple-sports star with a cumulative college grade point average of 3.12, received the Grads Club's Scholarship Award. The senior education major will be among those receiving another award, a degree, this Friday in SU's commencement. Mattison, a graduating senior infielder from West Seattle High, won for the third time in four years the varsity base- bali's Dave Tripp Award, em- blematic of the Most Valuable Player prize. Baseball Assumption delegation titles are cap,ures school ,rophy on the I,ne St. Teresa's girls team It's championship time for CYO baseball teams in Greater Seattle. Up for grabs will be titles in the midget, spartan and cadet ranks. A tripleheader will be staged at 1 p.m. this Sun- day in Broadway Field. The midgets will go first, then the spartans and finally the cadets. Entries were being deter- mined this week with divi- sional being squeezed betwee: ames weather. good Shelton CYO float wins SHELTON-- The float entry of St. Ed- ward's CYO Teen Club re- cently won a first-place trophy in the church divi- sion of the Mason County Forest Festival's Paul Bun- yan Parade. A trophy also went to the Filipino Youth of Seattle's Princesa Drill Team and Cumbanehere Per- cussioneers, saltily composed of students from Catholic grade and high schools. CYO tennis meet dates are listed The seventh annual CYO Ten- nis Tournament for midgets, cadets and teens will be held Monday through Thursday, Au- gust 12-15,at Lower Woodland. Tennis registrations and fur- ther information are available at the CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N., announced Mrs. Esther German, tennis commis- sioner. 'Gone with the Wind' at St. Luke's St. Luke's CYO Teen Club will sponsor a dance, "Gone With the Wind", in the parisb auditorium, 175th and Dayton Ave. N., from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. this Friday. The Stags will play. 'Summer' comes to St. Patrick's "Here rComes Summer" will be the theme of a dance this Saturday by St. Patrick's CYO Teen Club in the parish hall. The Viceroys will play from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Admission is $1 stag and $1.75 drag, accord- ing to Deedee Denz, chairman. Named To Youth Committee ALBANY, N. Y., (NC) -- Gov. Nelson Rockefeller has appointed Msgr. John F. Bourke, Albany diocesan super- intendent of schools, to the committee for the Governor's Conference of Children .and Youth. and Assumption's boys squad won the annual CYO Track Meet on Memorial Day at West Seattle Stadium. St. Teresa's compiled 197 points, followed by Christ the King with 152 and St. Bene- dict's wtih 111 in the girls' competition. Assumption's 235 p o i n t s was the biggest in the boys' events, also headed in the fin- ishes by St. Joseph's with 203 and St. Teresa's with 133. Assumption's winning t h e boys' event competition en- abled that parish delegation to win the school trophy with 376 points. St. T e r e s a's placed second in the school category with 331 and St. Joseph's third with 323. Individual winners as com- piled by Mrs. Anne Hocker of Christ the King include: TEENETTES--GIRLS'--10 YEARS 40-yd. dash--Katie Henry, Assump- tion, 8 sac. S0-yd. dash--Debra Gill, St, Teresa, 9.5 sec. 75-yd. dashCathy Tobln, St. Joseph, 10.9 sec. 100-yd. dash -- MIchelle Blanchette, St. Teresa, 14.6 sec. 220-yd. relay -- Teresa Robinson, Teresa McEvoy, Eileen Carney, Cathy Tobln, St. Joseph, I mln. 1 sec. Standing broad Jump -- Jackle Smart, Lady of Lake, 6'2V4". Running broad lump  Jean Har- klns, St. Mark, 11'. TEENIES--BOYS--10 YEARS 40-yd. dash--Steve Meyer, Assump- tion, 8 sec. 50-yd. dash--Kevln Healy, Lady of Lake, 10 sec. 7S-yd. dash--Steve EIchner, Assump- tion, 11.4 sec. 100-yd. dash--Philip Branham, St. To- rosa, 14 sea. 440-yd. relay -- Steve Meyer, Mike Shanks, "Steve Elchner, Tim Sullivan, Assumption, 1 mln. 4.5 sec. Standing broad lump -- Kevln Rea- gan, St. Joseph, 6'1". Runnlng broad jump--Fhllip Bran- ham, St. Teresa, 11'3V2 '. 220-yd. relay, mlxed, (Teanlec and TnneHos)--Terry Sullivan, John Mar- illey, Jean Berard, Bryan Ducey, As- sumption, 1 mln. 2.9 sec. BANTAMETTES--GIRLS--11 YEARS 40-yd. dashCarol Antonc[ch, Christ the King, 8 sec. /0-yd. dash -- Nancy Campbell, St. Benedict, 0.9 sec. 7S-yd. dash -- erenda Strattan, Lady of Lake, 11.4 sec. 100-yd. dash -- Diane Quarles, St. Teresa, 13.6 sec. 220-yd. relay -- Toni SIIIclo, Diane Quarie,, Mary Raschko, Denise Fri. sine, St. Teresa, 1 mln. 1.5 sec. Standing beard lump -- Carol An- toncich, Christ the King, 6'6V2". Running bread lump --Patty Healy, Lady of Lake, 11'8". BANTAMS--BOYS--11 YEARS 40.yd. dash--Tim Henry, Assumption, 8.2 sec. S0-yd. dash--Ernle Snyder, Assump- tion, 9- sec. 7S-yd. dash -- Pat Mathias, St. Jo- seph, 10.9 sec. 100-yd. dash--Randy Lorraine, Christ the King, 14 sec. 440-yd. relay -- Ernle Snyder, Tim Sullivan, Mike Martin, Jim Henry, Assumptlen, 1 rain. 2.5 sec. Starldtng broad jump -- Jerry Skur- ski, St. Benedict, 6'4Vf'. Running broad lump  Randy Lor. raine, Christ the King, 1T3V2". 220-yd. relay, mlxed (Bantams and Bantamettes) -- Mary Jo Sarr, Greg Olson, Kathy DeForesf, Mark Lind- berg, Assumption, 1 rain. 2.5 sac. G "f!" M phy rl in- ur Bus,ness College SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN June 10--- June 17-- June 24 Be ready for the FALL JOBS Stenographic * Secrearial IBM Key Punch MAin 4-711;4 Seattle Fifth and Vlrginla MIDGETTES--GIRLS--11 YEARS 40-yd. dash -- Margaret Donahue, Assumption, 7.9 sac. s0-yd, dash--Korea Klttleson, Christ the King, 9.4 Sec, 7S-yd. dash -- Kathy Rowan, As- sumption, 11.4 sec. 100-yd. dash -- Monlca BorqhoreL Christ the King, t3,4 sec, 220-yd. rclay--Karen Klffleson, Car- rlne Hoflo, Karea Pitts, Moalca Borq. horst, Christ the King, 1 mln. 1 sec. Standing broad lumP--Kathy O'Leary, st. Teresa, 6'6V4". Running broad lump -- Margaret Donahue, Assumption, 12q0 #. MI OGETS--BOYS--12 YEARS 40-yd. dash--Tim Ordea, Assumption, 7.8 sec. SO.yd. daslv--Eddle Bush, St. Joseph, 9 sec. 75-yd. dash--Martin Welch, St. Tar. esa, 10.4 sec. 100.yd. dash--Mark Wheeler, St. Ter- esa, 13 sec. 440-yd. relay-- e. EhrharL tourle Tarte, Martin Welch, Mark Wheeler, St. Teresa, t min. Standing Broad Jump-Tim Orden, Assumption, 74V ,, Running Broad Jump-Mark Wheeler, St. Teresa, 14'8". 220-yd. relay, mixed (Midgets and Midgettes) -- Kevln Robinson, Charles Spring, Joe McAuley, Becky Barnowe, Lady of Lakn, 1 rain. 1 sec. SPARTANETTES--GIRLS--13 YEARS 50-yd. dash -- Leslie Raschko, St, Teresa, 9.1 sec. 7S-yd. dash -- She]la Slfterman, St. Joseph, 10.6 sec. 100-yd. dash--Mary Allison, St. eene- dlct, 13 sec. 220-yd. relay--Leslie Raschko, Peggy McCefterey, Patty Cole, Mary Lou Rennar, St. Teresa, 59.8 sec. 440-yd. relay--Shella Slfferman, Mnry Beth Todd, Rebecca Steele, Donna Duncan, St. Joseph, 1 rain. sec. Standing broad Jump--Mary Lou Rell. nar, St. Teresa, 6'11". Running broad lump -- Barbara Hup- perten, Holy Rosary, 13'8% ,Sonbatl throw--Bet/y Faschke, Holy Rosary, 137'9aA ". SPARTANSBOYS13 YEARS S0-yd. dash--Dennis Glveas, St. eene- dlct, 8.9 sec. 75-yd. dash--Steve Aspires, St. Ter- esa, 10.8 sec. 100-yd. db,h--Greg Hay, St. Joseph, 13 sec. 220-yd. dash -- George Monlca, St. Benedlct, 57 sec. 220-yd. relay--nanny Reader, Steve Zarenbinskl, Davld Burns, David Lonlo, Christ The King, 1 sin..05 sec. 440-yd. relay--Steve Asplras, Robert Palner, Peter Bacho, Tim Raschko, St. Teresa, 59.8 sec. 880-yd. rolay--Brian Peterman, Joe Tobln, Tracy DeLeuw, Oreg Hay, St. Joseph, 1 mln. 56.5 sea. Standing broad lump--Joe Tobln, St. Joseph, 7'3A ". Running broad Jump--Brlan Peter- man, St. Joseph, IS'8 . shot put--Conrad Wold, Assump- tion, 29'4". High Jump--Grey Hay, St. Joseph, 4'5". AT FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED MEINHART Member of Blessed Sacrament Parl,h BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12S31 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE SS 440-yd. relay, mixed (Spartans and Spartaneftes)  Steve Lodwig, Kathy Hyde, Ruth Ann Jackson, Don McDon- ald, Lady of Lake, 59.5 sec. CADETTES--GIRLS--14 YEARS 50-yd. dashaarbara Hecker, Christ The King, 8.9 sec. 75-yd. dash  Kathy Palmer, Christ The King, 11.3 sec. 100-yd. dash--Cynthia David, St. Ter- esa, 13 sec. 220-yd. relayCynthla David, Paula Follings, Laura Grodecki, $hella Pelri, St. Teresa, 59,5 SaC. 440-yd. relay--Marion Johnson, fer- effa Vallelo, Portia Henderson, Juona Lorenzo, St. Teresa (no other con. testants, won without running). Standing bread lumP--Cynthia David, St. Teresa, F4". Running broad lump--Coleen Fray, Lady of Lake, 13'4". Softball throw -- Pau/a Foiling, St. Teresa, 122,7,t. CADETS--BOYS--14 YEARS SO-yd. da,h--Kelth Blume, Assump- tion, 8.5 sec. 7S-yd. dash--Tim Eagan, St. Joseph, 10 sec. 100.yd. dashBob George, Lady of Lake, 12 sec. 220-yd. Oasis-Russell Brooks, Assump- tion, 50.1 sec. 220-yd. rclay--Doug Watson, Reagan, Greg Alex, Art Fia[ove, Joseph, 59.1 sec, 440-yd. relay -- Jeff Rafflgan, Billy Deery, Jim Guerl, Ran Johnson, Holy Rsoary, 54.5 sec. ggO-yd, relay--John Kuntz, K I t h Blume, Dick Shanks, Russell Brooks, Assumption, I min. 55 sec. Standing broad [ump--Gene Eale, St. Benedict, 7'9". Running broad lump--Tim Egan, St. Joseph, 16'2". High Jump-Art Lagrled, Christ The King, 4'4". B-lb. shot put--Sill Rudeen, Assuffip. tlon, 38'10"36, ". 40-yd. relay, mixed (cadets and ca- dettes -- Bill Rudeen, Patty Schindler, John Antonclch, Mike $chlndler, 58 sec. Quotes by  PESONAL INSURANCE i SERVICE  "In memor;amPerhaps aria of fha most remarkable accomplish- ments of Pope John XXIII Is that In the brief span of four and a half years he did what many before could not do in life- time and that was to unite the brotherhood of man." 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