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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, June 14, 1963 'IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME' Still room for 205 boys The vacancy sign is still hang- ins at CYO Camp Don Bosco for 205 boy campers, ages nine to 14. Seventy-five may still reg- ister for the fifth session from August 7 through 16. One hundred and thirty can still sign up for the sixth and last session from August 19 through 28. And a limited number of open- ings for the two senior boys' hikes is available. Four boys with previous ex- perience and 15 to 18 years old can join the Glacier Peak Climb from July 27 through August 5. The Cascade Crest trip for boys, 14 to 18, can accommo- date 12 more hikers. Send a needy child to camp Send a needy child to CYO camp. Thirty dollars wilt send a boy who cannot afford it to one of the CYO summer camps, in- cluding Blanchet, Don Bosco or Cabrini. Ten days of camp program, swimming, hiking, friendship inspiration and fun could change his whole life as it has thous- ands of others. Contact CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N. in Seattle or dial the CYO at MA 2-2151. Your assistance of $30 will provide a boy with a full campership and the opportun- ity to participate in a balanced leisure time program for the development of both body and soul. Camps begin 13fh season of fun (Continued from Page I) ioned to girls and boys at each site. Three boys' hikes have also been scheduled and fall under the heading of "Camp Nana- makes." They are the Olym- pic trip for boys 14 to 18, July II to 20, the Glacier Peak Climb for experienced boys, 15 to 18, from July 27 to August 5; and the Cascade Crest trip for boys, 14 to 18, August 7 to 16. A senior girls' camp has been established for the first three girls' sessions at Blan- cheS and for the second girls' as, will supervise the seniors boys' hikes at "Camp Nana- makes." THE SPIRITUAL phase around which' the CYO camp life revolves will be provided by full-time resident camp chaplains appointed by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle. Chaplains are Father Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CYO di- rector at Camp Cabrini, Father Jarlath Heneghan of St. James Cathedral at Camp Blanches and Father Anthony Doman- dich of Sacred Heart of Belle- vue at Camp Don Bosco. session at Bosco. Eligible are girls 15 and older. Carroll Club Another camp name, crop- hi ping in camp news, is selects Ho ar "Camp Gallagher," a 50. Rosary seniors acre site overlooking Herran Island in Case Inlet. Forty miles from BlancheS, the site will be used only for overnights for both senior girls and boys at BlancheS. The total registration as of Wednesday is 2,200-plus. Top camp capacity is 2,400. All will fall under the re- sponsibility, care and concern of J. Gordon Hamilton, who resumes the title of arch- diocesan CYO camp director for the 12th consecutive year. THE WORTH of the arch- diocesan summer program has been nationally recognized and rewarded w i t h Hamilton's being being chosen last Janu- ary as vice president of the National Catholic Camping Association. His archdiocesan camp staff. is the best, composed of ex- perienced major and minor seminarians and lay persons. Most of these names are familiar with the thousands of present and former campers. Heading the girls' staff at Camps Don Bosoo and Cab. rini is Mrs. Robert (Miss Bette) Murray. Mrs. Paul (Miss Elaine) Fisher will direct the girls' operations at Camp BlancheS. Boys' program directors in- clude Richard K. (Su) Hay- atsu of St. Thomas Seminary at Camp Cabrini; Theodore I. (Uncle Teddy) Marine, another major seminarian from St. Thomas. at Camp BlancheS; and Maurice (Big Moe) lbert of the CYO Office staff at Camp Don Bosco. Michael (Malakwa Mike) McDermott, also d St. Them- !i::ii!i DONNA imss iii :: ................ '%i;i:: ii .: ::!:... .:i' .:. "' PAUL CHELMINIAK Two seniors from Holy Rosary Parish h ave been named by the Carroll Club as CYO TeenoAgers of the Month of May. They are Donna Lynn Haas and Paul Leon Chelminiak. Donna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Haas, 500 S.W. Stevens St. She was ac- tive in Holy Rosary High School's Sodality, volleyball, basketball, Ski Club, Glee Club and class plays. A CYO Christmas Ball Fin- cent, she is treasurer of Holy Rosary's CYO Teen Club. President of Holy Rosary Teen Club and south district vice president, Paul was vale- dictorian for O'Dea High School's graduating class. A four-year honor roll student, he played football and served as year book editor. He is the recipient of the CYO's Eagle of the Cross Medal, Planning to enter the Uni- versity of Notre Dame and major in architectural engi- neering, Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clement J. Chelminiak, 4121 Mth Ave. S.W. CWV spelling finalists PLACING first, second and third, ropectively, in the Auxiliary of the Catholic War Veterans' Spelling Bee for : parochial schools in the Greater Tacoma area (from ldt) : are Barbara Williams of St. Charles Borromeo School, Sue Ransom of PuyaUup's All Salnu School and Francis Fitz. patrick of Sacred Heart School. The contest, chairmanned by Mrs. Herman Biershenk, drew 20 contestants to St. Leo's School for the event. Sacred Heart sweeps Tacoma cadet fte) d/amo00 leagues I , :i Tacoma's answer to Seattle challengers REPRESENTING the western deanery in the CYO archdiocesan cadet baseball cham. pionship game will be Sacred Heart, Tacoma's CYO league king. Compiling a season record of 9-1, the team (from left) includes (first row) John Ward, Mark Callinsky, Jeff Keough, Jim Boyd, Larry Jamison and Roger Tiffany; (second row)Dave Hannity, Mark Rehburger, Cory Ray, Bill Hogan, Doug Theriault, a pitcher averaging 15 strike- outs per game, and coach Bob Jamison. Others on the roster are Tom Patnode, Chris Beardemphl, Chuck Schindler and Jim Benoit. Top cadets will battle for archdiocesan title PUYALLUP The CYO's own baseball "world series" will pit the best of Tacoma against that of Seattle in the annual archdiocesan cadet championship game this Sunday in the Puyallup Memorial Field. Game time is at 4:30 p.m. Representing the Tacoma CYO cadet league is Bob Jamison's Sacred Heart with a 9-I record. SEATTLE'S CHOICE is between St. Mark's, coached by Wen Colbo, and Joe Faccone's Our Lady of Mount Virgin. Both teams played Thursday night for the central deanery champ- ionship with the final score too late for publica- tion. Jamison's starting team in the archdiocesan classic will be Tacomans: Tom Patnode, catching; Doug Theriault on the mound; Mark Rehburger at first; Larry Jamison at second; Chuck Schindler at third; Jim Boy& shortstop; Jeff Keough at Idt field; John Ward at center; and Bill Hogan at right field. Sacred Heart's only season mar came at the hands of St. Ann's in a I-0 shutout early in the season. The Tacoma titlist has since been unstoppable. Holy Cross with an 8-2 league mark came in second behind Sacred Heart in the Tacoma cadet race. MOUNT VIRGIN gain the deanery playoff by shutting out St. Alphonsus, 7-0, last week. Winning pitcher Tom Couples notched a CYO game to remember with a n0-hitter. St. Paul's midgets have perfect year This is St. Paul's year in the CYO midget athletics. The small Paul Bunyans won the central deanery flag football and bas- SCHOLASTIC RODEO: ketball midget titles and added another in baseball by virtue of St. Paul's 11-2 victory Tuesday over St, Joseph's at Rainier Beach Playfield. THE BIG STICKS were provided by right- fielder Frank Tomich and centerfielder Greg Shoemaker. Tomich banged out two home runs with the first coming in the first inning with two men aboard and the second in the seventh with one on. Two triples were slammed out by Shoemaker. His first was in the second and the second three-baser in the sixth with one run batted in. He punched out a single in the seventh with another RBI. Top defensive play by St. Paul's, coached by Fred Barth and Ray Hayes, was a key factor in the win with the highlight a double play in the third inning through the combina- tion of Don Weyman at shortstop, Kelley Courage at second and Dan O'Brien at first. In all, St. Paul's had 11 runs, 16 hits and two errors with four runs in the first, one each in the fifth and sixth and five more in the sev- enth inning. St: Joseph's, coached by Sid Clark, was al- lowed two runs on six hits and committed four errors. The Capitol Hillers scored their only runs in the bottom of the seventh to avoid a shutout. IN A PLAYOFF Wednesday, St. George's came in second place in the deanery with a 4-0 tri- umph over St. Catherine's. St. Joseph's gained the deanery fina', with a 5-0 nod over Mount Virgin last week. St. George's earlier beat St.-Anne's, 6.0, in a quar- terfinal playoff. :i !i: Guadalupe grads honored Twenty - one graduat- ing seniors from five high schools were guests of their parish, Our Lady of Guadalupe, at a dinner in their honor Sunday. Guest speaker was Father Gerald Lovett of St. James Cathedral who spoke on "True Goals in Life." Seniors included E I a i n e Arden, Sandy BerBer, Carole Jones, Patrieia Tack and David Watson of Sealthi Gerald Godfrey, Dan Hogan, Emily Mjellell, Don Tara- boehia, Sear Casey, of West Seattle; Jean|e Duffy, Mary Jo Llghtfoot, Malinda Mer. rell, Rends Schau, Joan Car- ter, Lorraine Sommers, Mar. ilyn Webb of Holy Rosary; Philip Beaker of St. Mar- tin's; and Jerry Carter, Michael Cooper, Bill Droppel- man of O'Dea. Father Richard Stohr, pastor, and Father Brendan Coleman, assistant pastor, were hosts. Public high seniors win SU scholarships ships to Seattle University. They are: Gary Good, Auburn High School; Patricia Sweeney, Fos- ter High School; Carol Steiert, Enumclaw High School; Jan Baker, Issaquah High School; Janet McCloskey, Kent Meri- dian High School; Sheila Nickels, Lake Washington High School; and B e tty Layson, Rainier Beach High School. Seahurst boys win scholarships SEAHURST-- .Scholarship winners of the Class of 1963 of St. Francis of Assisi School includes Robert Alston for Seattle Prep and Thomas Halberg for O'Dea High School. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. . Robert S. Alston, 15236 Maplewild. Thomas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hal- berg, 16233 Sylvester Rd. . Baccalaureate Mass for Fife seniors TACOMA-- Principals of s e v e n Baccalaureate Mass was said King County public high recently in St, Martin of Tours schools have named win- Church for 25 graduating sen- hers of the Principal's scholar, iors of the parish. Father Corn- Court participates in Aberdeen Living Rosary TEEN.AGERS from Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Montesano, Elms court (from left) includes princesses Marlys Lawrence, Gall and Raymond recently attended the CYO Aberdeen dis- Roberts, Carla Pellegrini, Jill Ekar; Queen Bidder Pearsall; trictSs Living Rosary devotion in SS. Mary. and Aegidiu princesses Betty Jo Meiggs, Margaret Tielke, Cathie Novak Church. The crowning was done by Bidder Pearsall. The and Nancy Druzianch. Crown bearer is Danny Larmore. eUus J. Harrington, pastor, was celebrant and later served as host of a breakfast honor- ing the group. The seniors included: Liana Ansley, Mar y Ann Basista, Patricia Bevegni, Pat- ricia Wingren, Leslie Clark Jr. ffeanette Errigo and Mar- garet Grish. Alvin Klein, LiMa Moceri, Carol Muller, Larry Owens, Mary Minish, Sherri Pelesky, Donald Rots, John Schneider, Kathleen Sharick and David Schatz. Barbara Steiger, Tony Reich- mush, Robert Ulrich, Linda Qualheim, J e r r y Rosenow, David Malanca, Mike Baldwin and Paulette Sylvia. Sh Mary's students win Latin certificates WINLOCK-- Fifteen students from St. Mary's Academy have received certificates f o r outstanding scores made in the Latin exam- ination of the Association for the Promotion of the Study of Latin (APSL). Approximately 51,000 students in the U.S. and other countries took the test. Academy students are: Diane Dugaw, Toledo, summa cum lauds and special medal; Beverlee Whaley, Mary Ellen Garvey, and Barbara Wood; all of Longview, maxima cure lauds; Jacqueline Lawrenson, Aberdeen; Margaret Batter- berry, Seattle; and Janice Scheurich, Longview, magna cure lauds; Catherine Neer, Chehalis; Dolores 'Tomakin, San Francisco, Rosemary Bus- by, Malone, Patricia Erkes, Mount Vernon, Rosalie Kastel, Kathleen Zmiarovich, Ann Mel- chior and Susan Russ, all of Seattle, cum laude. MERZ SHEET I METAL WORKS I We do new and repair lobs for ill 1 purposes whirl sheaf metal is rt-I quired. I MAIn 3.0242 204 Jackson Str,.tt I SIATTLI 4 I II | Undefeated in cadettesoftball COMPLETING the dean sweep in the Tacoma CYO leak, s upperclass competition is the cadette softball champion from Sacred Heart, which we undefeated 9-0 during the season. The squad (from left) are (first row)Sheila Seyd, Barbara Miller, LaDonna Lazares, Mary Higgins, Patty Ward, Jennie Ray and JankTheriault; (second row) coach Mrs. Eleanor Careau, Helen Hickey, Sharon Saddler, ura Shenkcl, Mary Muh- lenbruch, Maureen O'Rourke, Nancy Kemp, Sandra Fulwidc Rite Miller and coach Mrs. Evelyn Stankevkz. (CY Photos by lee Shensky) Assumption wins Seattle spartan :Ice A KEY single in the extra inning Sunday g.ave Assumption its CYO Oral deanery spartan baseball championship and a 1-0 wn over Sacred Heart of Belhie. Assump. lion's key personnel (from left)included (first row) Bob Stolberg, Bill rich, Bruce McKagen, who in his relief pitching struck out all six batters facing him irhe last two innings; Pat Benner, John Warlin and Mike Bergs; (second row) Dale W Vic Hot. singer, Mike Coleman, Kevin Scnadc, starting pitcher and allowing only're hits in the first six innings; Terry Cliney, Paul Pepin, whose single scored John Svlin ( to Pepin); and Skip Schneider; and (last row) coaches Clint Coleman and MTin Berge. Both Assumption and Sacred Heart, the latter coached by Bob Bannick, iered the deanery playoff with identical 7-1 season records. (Progress Sports Photo by Chy Heib) St. Luke's Cubs honored i GERALD JOHN ALLARD FARROW Cub Scouting's Parvuli Dei Awards were recently pre- sented for the first time in St. Luke's Parish to Gerald Allard and John Farrow, both 10 and in the fifth grade in the parish school. 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