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6--THE PROGRESS Friday, Jooe 21 1963 16 Receive Holy Hour For Deaf Set : .... .....  At Dockton TACOMA -- A Holy Hour Seattle, and archdiocesan chap- " i for the Deaf will be held at 8 lain of the Chief Seattle Chap- ::iii/i< DOCKTON -- Sixteen children p.m. Thursday, June 27, in St. ter of the International Catho- made thier first Communion Patrick Church here ......... ....... nc JJeaT ssoclauon. Sunday in St. Patrick Church vreacmng me sermon m slgn language will be Rev. John The Chief Seattle Chapter i here. Marsh of St. Teresa Parish, sponsoring the devotion. The communicants include: Michael Beall, Korea Breno, Gary Cadman, Nieholas Crane, Blue Army Statue Tours Clare Denning, Korea Hake, Susan Hamilton, Terry Huber, Marysville Otha H. Lewis, Mrs. Walter A. .......... Allen Miss Julie Kabance, Mrs. Deborah Kostelecky, Randolph at. mary ransn--tne me ' ........... Steve Kukllsh, Mrs. Dean Kostelecky, Patrick Lapic, Mi- Army -ngrlm virgin statue or ............. ,_ ^ ..... . .... acnarer lyirs, lVllenael lgalJtUL , uur uaoy oi lauma WlU oe . .. ' ...... . chaei Lorella, Loretta Lande ......... ano Mrs. J. IYL rmr]sKy. ShOWn bunoay through batur- , , .... .iiiiii::!:!:i! :iii Peter Mort, William Proctor, d - .. 2^ . .t . 1he ooara oi trustees were ay, June z- v, in b. Mary Mesdames EdwinN. Doll, Floyd Linda Rodrique. nurcn . ...... L. Fmher, James R. Lowry, Susan Stocks was sick and  truly hour oi Keparauon ........ ......... aonn acnluer, Jary White and will receive Sunday, June 23. wm De nela each evening at Wall  W'I 7:30. The statue began its pil- ace r. ]son. The tea table was centered Mounties are champs of all they survey Theresa Loaders, who per- grimage tour from Everett's with amadonnaarrangementof S.J., pastor of the Seattle Italian national parish, Gary ished with her family in the Immaculate Conception Church flowers in the national colors of OUR LADY of Mount Virgin's cadet baseball team won its second straight CYO archdiocesan cadet championship Sunday with a 2-1 edge over Tacoma's Sacred Heart. For the Mounties, it was the 25th consecutive victory since 1962 and the 13th this year. Sharing in the trophy jubilation (from left) are (first row) Richard Borda, manager, Rick Monroe, John Gordon, Tom Couples, Father Charles Reger, Martino, Jim DeCaro, Mike Patricelli, Joey Rubino and Mark Hein; (second row) head coach Joe Faccone, Pete Accetturo, Steve Eronemo, Craig Sand, Run Sacco, Bob Gas- peretti, Tony D'Ambrosio, Steve Caputo, Wayne Carlton, Darrell Gray, Larry Pizzuto, Marine Micheli and assistant coach Matt MarlinG. Missing is Joe Mastro. fire that destroyed the Land- ers' Vashion home, would have been in the class. 81 Make where it had been blessed by at. Rev. Msgr. John G. Mat- tie, pastor. The statue's tour will be con- tinued throughout the Pacific division area of the Blue Army. the order, purple and gold. Mrs. Edwin N. Doll, chairman for the tea, was assisted by the board of trustees. Third Order of St. Francis -- St. George Fraternity will hold its monthly conference Sunday, --(Progress Sports Photo by Robert H. Miller) 1st Communion , June 23, in St. Patrick Church at 3 p.m. CYO itle win extends Here are In Kent  meetPstulantSin the andschoolnOviCeSat 2 p.m.Will Proires s KENT -- Eighty-one children and the chapter meeting will be Moun Virgin s sreak o 25 -  e at St. Anthony's Church here . p, , in thechurchhallatthesame 1 camp scribes received their First Communion time. on May 18. The Reverend Pat-  The Rev. Angelo Cardoza, CYO camp life behind the rick S. Lyons is pastor.../ O.F.M., will officiate at the PUYALLUP base. Then second baseman play-off title win over St. scenes and in front of them The children are: conference, and profession. A " a Marl'no .Micheli, playing most Mark's last week will be transmitted to readers Gory A n d e r s o n, Sloven Birchler, Anthony Devine, David Eldsaune, Pat- social hour will be held in the , . TWO key s,.ngLe:_and of the title game usa eateh- Couples, a 5-6 right-hander, this summer season by special rick Green, Michael KIIeR, Glenn Locke, church hall immediately follow- Stolen Dose in me x, ua er, masted a single to score contributed two no-hitters dur- Progress writers. Dan Madeli, Robert Nelson, Fred Rec- tor, Terrence Rooney, Dean Strodbeck ins Benediction for newly-pro- S u n d a ave Pzzuto inning Y g " ins this season and has a 25-1 The correspondents are all and au,o Vbarra. fessed members. A council Seattle's Our Lady of Mount The S e a t t I e CYO cadet pitching r e C o r d since the s t a f f e r s of CYO camps at Mark enguered, MIchoel nrengmen, III meeting will follow. Virgin the ice-breaking run the Mounties needed and their sec- ond consecutive CYO archdio- cesan cadet baseball champiom ship. The final score was Our Lady Mount Virgin 2, SacredHeart of Tacoma 1; at Puyallup's Memorial Field. : The tie-breaker came in the bottom of the fifth when third baseman Larry pizzuto singled and stole second O'Dea Honor Students Listed Eighteen students have been named to O'Dca High School's 20 Club, heading the t06- menber honor real. The honor roll includes: 20 CLUe Robert Alello, Thomas Complon, Paul Chelmlniak, Dennis Dallsky, Stephen Dodd, Bruce Droppelman, John Fowble, Stanley Korkowskl, Dave Korkowskl, Raymond Lledtke, Fred Patz, Bill Schuller, David Se- .gadeln, Richard Shepherd, Judson Todd, Dennis Welch, Michael Welch, Patrick Welch. 19 CLUe James Arima, Pat Armstrong, Jim Berger Donald Beyer, Kenneth But- ler, Charles Danlels, Richard Dodd, Joseph McCIoskey, Larry Mlchaelson, Dave Miller, Don Prosnlkar, Philip Roppo, Daniel Sullivan Terry Tazloll, Gerald Vermelre. 18 CLUB John Arkoosh, Alien Ashby, Michael Berry, Michael Delia, Jack DeMattels, Paul DIDeaato, Edward Dougherty, Robert Engelbert, Rex Gulchard, Bill Haaland, Cad Jacobs0n, Mike Jones, John J. KIrschner, Paul Lantz, Michael Loughery, Marshall Railed-f, Neale Smith, Richard Spengel, Ronald Sur- seW, Larry Warren,. t7 CLUB Christopher Balkany, Paul earbarus, James Baron, Perry Caftan, BHon Englln, Paul Everltt, Lawrence Gerber, Pat Goodman, John Gregory, Craig HIgglns, Richard Hill, Dennis Kerkof, Dixon McClary, Terry McDonough, Mike Millet, Richard Munger, Bob Non, Edmund Obertl, Steve Ra- deckl, Eugene Russell, Wllmer Steele, Robed Watanobe. 16 CLUB Wayne Ambrose, Mike gannon, David Barnard, Edward Blodgefl, Tim- othy Clark, Mike Coolen, Mike Dalglen Tad Dickinson, Charles Gozarek, John Glasgow, Andrew Goroch, James Patrick Hogan, Paul Holder, Richard champs drew first blood when Pizzuto doubled in e second inning to drive in rightfielder Bob Gasperetti, Pizzuto had two hits in two chances during the game. The Tacoma CYO champs bounced back in the fourth inning in a dramatic effort by leftfielder Jeff Keough. He singled, stole second and then third and came home on an overthrow to third base. Mount Virgin loaded up the bases again in the sixth in- ning. Pinchhitter Steve Caputo struck out but made first on the catcher's dropping the ball. Caputo made second on a wild throw to first. But Sacred Heart's defense tightened up to leave all of the Mounties' base-runners stranded. IN BETWEEN the run-pro- ducing innings was staged a pitching battle between Tom Couples for Joe Faccone's Se- attleites and Doug Theriault for Bob Jamison's Tacomans. Doug edged Tom in strikeouts, 11-7. The championship victory was Mount Virgin's 25th con- secutive win and its 13th for the season. The M o u nt i e s snatched a 6-0 central deanery New Principal Named .At Bellarmme TACOMA -- The Rev. T. G. Williams, S.J., now vice prin- cipal of Seattle Prep, will be the new principal of Bellar- mine High School, replacing Ray. C. J..McDonnell, S.J., who will teach at the Jesuit Novitiate in Sheridan, Ore., this fall. Father Williams was ordain- ed in 1960. He was educated in Ilwaco and served in the Army from 1943 to 1946. He attended Gonzaga University after the seventh grade. Sacred Heart, now with a 9-2 record, finished its Ta- coma play four weeks ago. The long inactivity may have slowed down the Tacamans. The box score, compiled by Tacoma's CYO athletic com- missioner Jeff Buhr, follows: MOUNT VIRGIN ab r h rbl Jim DeCaro, If ......... 3 O O 0 Pete Accetturo, cf ..... 3 0 1 0 John Gordon, lb ....... 3 O 0 O Tom Couples, p ........ 2 0 O O *Gary Marline, c ....... O O 0 O Bob Gasperetfl, rf ...... 2 1 O O Wayne Carlton, es ...... 2 0 0 0 Lorry Pizzuto, 3b ...... 2 1 2 1 Marina Mlche11, 2b-c... 3 O 2 1 Steve Eronemo, 2b In 2 1 O 0 g Steve Caputo .......... 1 O O O Total 22 2 S 2 *Barfed for Eronemo in 6th. SACRED HEART ab r h rbl Jim Boyd, ss .......... 3 O 1 O Larry Jamlson, cf ...... 3 O 2 O John Ward, rf .......... 3 O O O Blancher, Don Bosco and Ca- brini. Coverage of girls' camps will be by: Joan Cralg, 18, a St. Leo's High School junior from Ta- coma's Our Lady Q u e e n of Heaven Parish; Margaret Sul. livan, 17, a graduate of Blan- chet High School from Seattle's Assumption Parish and an in- e o m i n g freshman sociology major at Notre Dame College in Belmont, Calif.; and Mary Donahue, 17, a graduate of Mercer High Island High from St. Moniea's and an incoming Seattle University freshman, majoring in education. Correspondents for the boys include: Jim Murray, 16, a Blancher junior from St. John's in Seat- tle and sports editor of the Joseph Devlno, Tony Ethler, rad Hanklns, Timothy Kioberdanz, Kevln Lane, Paul Maston, Daniel O'Connell, Tim Richardson, Jeff Staples, Mark Van and Tony Zgraggen. John eeaish, Jerry Dehnert, James Dowllng, Richard Gehrfs, David Hub- bard, Thomas Ladner, Stephen Len- non, Mark McCleary, Stuart Pozzl, Mark Robertl, rion Strodbeck and Matt Williams. Tamala Bell, Pamala Carson, Ann Oevlno, Potrlclo Ellis, Renne Grams and Vaunee Hauge. Corinne Bliss, Patricla Carson, Pat- rlcla Donley, Janlce Flynn, VIckle Grams and Carol Ann Hogan. Melanle Braunschwelg, Alex Cram, Rosennna Donley, Sharon Franklln, Maria Magdalena Gutlerrez and Rose- marie Johnson. Cynthia Kioberdanz, Brenda Maston, Paulette Menalla, Rita Mae Nelson, Ann Palmer, Kim Ravet, Julia Sargent, Cynthia Street and Noellle Van. Marian LaBounty, Robin Matte, Jane Meyers, Mary Kay O'Connor, Ann Parker, Karen Ried, Susan Schlndel- decker and Sherry Streamer. Pafll Marquis, Cheryl Meade, Cathy Mooney, Janice Owens, Deborah Ports, Mary Jo Rosaia, Peggy Schlitz and Karen Thueringer. Tacoma TACOMA-- The Catholic Daughters of America installed officers Tues- day, June 18, in the Lakewood Knights' of Columbus Hall. Mrs. Oscar Darkenwald, district dep- uty from Everett was the in- stalling officer. Members were greeted by Miss Margaret O'Leary, Grand Regent for Court Our Lady of the Lakes. Guests were the Rev. Thomas Daly, chaplain; Mrs. Jasper Kennedy, regent; Mrs: Lawrence Cleary, grand regent of Court Tacoma; and Mrs. J. V. McGuire, past grand regent of Court Tacoma. Officers installed were Miss Margaret O'Leary, grand re- gent; Mrs. Tony Bye, vice re- gent; Mrs. A. Johnson, Mrs. Seattle S u p p I y Overseas Mission Club (S.O.S.) -- A car wash to benefit a mission in India will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at 50th Ave. N.E. and N.E. Stone Way, according to M o I I y Malone, president from St. Benedict's Parish S.O.S. is a group of approximately 25 young single adults aiding foreign missions. Seattleite is Georgetown grad WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Patrick Donlan Coogan, son of Mrs. Michael Coogan of 6028 37th St. N.E., Seattle, was grad- uated recently from George- town University Law Center in Washington, D.C. Doug Theriault, p ...... 3 0 0 O school's student newspaper; and  Tom Patnode, c ........ 3 O "1 O Tom Groaner and Bruce Rus- | GRIFFiN-GALBRAITH AND Chuck Schindler, 3b .... 3 O O O Jeff Keough, If ........ 3 1 1 0 sell, both 20 - year- old Los Mark Rehburger, lb .... 3 O O O -ngems stuaents of Loyola I IT&TISMllY I I - Roger Tiffany, 2b ...... 2 o o 1 University and majoring in eom. I .......... II I111:1 11 l:DVlil: /UIDAMY Total   S  munication arts, I  II ""=" " "''"= w,.-.,.. Sacred Heart .......... 000 1000 6--1 Mount Virgin ............ Ot0 oto 6-' " " I ,P :, II 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA E--ac,ed Heart, t; Mount ,,rg,o, . Still :ac_nc"es Sacriflce--Jamison. LOB--Sacred Heart, s; Mount virgl., =-PlO,,p b rerbb. " for g,rl campers I r" I I MAc 7-3151 Theriault .............. 6 S 2 O 6 10 "" " " " "" 'rgere:s s" rm*r " ":-s I = ___ ..... I1=1 ...... -- .... Couples ............... 7 5 ] a 3 7 Umpires -- Earl Hyder and Jerry in the second session at CYO . . . Scholer. Camp Don Bosco I Heating Oi|s Furnaces and Burner Service Session dates are July 1-1O. . . Girls, 9 to 15, can still register I TRICK & MURRAY II MarkMark Dolh,er,Dolll,er, Pres,dentPresident Tacoma teens with the CYO office. schedule----  -- -- p00cnlc E " r ,co,- nloy you The CYO Tacoma district pic- nic will be held from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 23, at Five Mile Lake. Admission is 50 cents per per- son. Events will include athletic games, picnic meal and more leisure time for games and swimming. The district will furnish ice cream and coffee, announced Doug Major and Mrs. Kenneth BIRTHS LONGVIEW--St. John Hospital rip ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: James McNamoro, girl, June 4. Robed Jones, boy, June 5. Robert Ellloft, boy, June 6. Wayne Purcell, girl, June 6. Alexander Orth, boy, June 6. Galen L. Luchau, boy, June 14. David L. Forbush, girl, June BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph's General Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Glen Frledl, girl, June 1 . David Hamilton, boy, June 15. TACOMA--St. Joseph's Hospital re- ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Charles Karst, girl, May 27. Theodore Huff, boy, May 27. James Geary, girl, May 27. John'Nofzinger, boy, May 27. Ronald Thompson, glrl, May 28. David Beardemple, girl, May 29. Walter Heywood, boy, May 30. Murray Smith, boy, May 30. John Musser, glrl, May 31. Bruce Gilpin, girl, May 31. Willlam Hayes, girl, May 31. Douglas Fraser, girl, June I. Lawrence Slater, twin boys, June t. John Doucett, boy, June I. Frank Bartenettl, boy, June 1. Leon Maresh, girl, June 2. Lawrence Owings, girl, June 2. Richard Curry, boy, June 4. William Hackman, girl, June g. George Clawson, girl, June 8. Richard McLaughlln, girl, June 9. SEATTLE--St. Cabrlnl Hospital POrts the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Noyes, boy, June 1. Dean Baxter., boy, June S. James Bayne, girl, June 5. Arthur  Urrufla, girl, June 6. Larry Hutchlngs, boy, June 6. J. Michael Cooper, boy, June 6. Gordon Chrlstiansen, girl, June 8. Shelton Ford, boy, June 8. Roland Remington, girl, June 9. Dennis Hall, girl, June 9. George Miller, girl, June 9. Kenneth Koval, girl, June 9. Charles Tobolskl, girl, June 11. Donald O'Maltey Jr., boy, June 11. Lawrence O'Donnell, boy, June 11. Benjamin Davidson, girl, June 12. Glenn Keeler, boy, June 13. Francis Ott, boy, June 14. Glenn Memmer, girl, June 14. Maurlce Clayes, boy, June 17. David Longo, boy, June 17. Robert Holland, girl, June 17. Dainty Lovdy Things For liar Mature years [ 8 pounds [ ,r- s  yo  be w yo moo  l equals [ at this address , University T'ower... on the edge of the | 128 OZSe I Urdversity of Portland Campus, high on a bluf 1 !Cult overiooking U winametteRiver aad thebeu- l| Here's a handYde,ermine how o: ure ,, city of'Portland, Oregon, where the west.her | !ofhing weight is ideally mild all year long. 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