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8THE PROGRESS Friday, June 25, 1965 Top Students On SU Campus --Scholarships For Scholars Eighty-one incoming freshmen from Washington, Oregon, California, North Dakota, Idaho, Colorado, Utah and Montana. have been awarded scholarships lo Seattle University for the 1965-66 academic year. The grants are made possible by contri- butions from alumni, the business community and friends of the University. Graduating seniors from the Archdiocese, who have won scholarships, are: CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Mary Boyle, Providence, Vancouver; Maryellen Garvey, St. Mary's, Toledo; Bonnie May Koenigs, Aquinas, Tacoma; Jeanne Hill, Immeculate, Seattle; Sharon ]erry, Holy Rosary, Seattle; Theresa McBride, Holy Angels, Seattle; Diane LaGrandeur, Holy Names, Seattle; Marilyn Jaeger, Mary Hermann, Mary McDer- mott, Robert Ingalls, Craig Duncan, Paul Hovind mad Robert Steinruck, all of BlancheS, Seattle; David Hughes, Richard Heft- man and Leo Hindery, all of Bellarmine, Tacoma; Patrick Welch end Michael Daigle, both of O'Dea, Seattle; Forest Brooks, Thomas Craw'ford, Thomas DiJulio, Michael Sorensen, Michael J. Tamasa, Dennis Williams, Charles Swart, David Read, Mich- ael Lindvay end Robert Taylor, all of Seattle Prep. PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Elizabeth Fortin, Stanweod; Valeria Tolan, Clover Park, Tacoma; Phyllis Brouelette, Auburn; Elsie Marie Klevjer, Fed- eral Way; Michele McFadden, Lake Washingtpn, Redmond; Ger- aldine Broeffle and Susan Blakesley, both of Renton; Pamela Fallen, Enumclaw; Nancy Fairchild, Kent-Meridian, Kent; Mar- gone Mercier, Issaquah; Melinda Lucum, Edmonds; Ernest An- dersma, West Miller, Winlock; Daniel Harkins, Snobomish; Rob- ert Deltete, Puyallup; Timothy Kane, Mountlake Terrace; Les- lie Brandalise, Rainier Beach, Seattle; Mary Ann Frushour, Ballard, Seattle; Julia Saltarelli, Evergreen, Seattle; Jeanne Thaanum, West Seattle; John Sammons, Cleveland, Seattle; end Terry Wallen, Chief Sealth, Seattle. a a a a Scholarships also have been awarded to SU students, who have completed one or more'years of study at SU. They include: INCOMING SOPHOMORES -- Sandra Cerne, Enumelaw; John Collins, Mercer Island; James Cunningham, Lowell; Gaff Kennelly, Renton; James Klein, Suquamish; Richard Libao, Bothell; Judy Young, Mountlake Terrace; Edward Constantine and Mary Ann Hindery, both of Tacoma; Toni Berselli, Georgi- anne Cox, Edmond Oborti, John Robinson, Barbara Swan, John Tawney, and Lawrence Dickson, all of Seattle. SPECIAL SOPHOMORE SCHOLARSHIPS--Gall Harris, Lynn- wood; Albert Antone Schafer; Audrey Clayton, Seattle, and Ken- neth Cox, Issaquah, Blume Family; James Maroldo, Bremer- ton, end Donald Parda, Seattle, Boeing Co.; Shirley Morelli,,Se" attic, Italian Club. INCOMING JUNIORS -- Richard Banginski, Chehalis; Kath- leon Devine, Fort Lewis; Thomas Imholt, Everett; Janet Mc- Closkey, Kent; Laurie Brown, Renton; Elizabeth Layson, Ann McKinstry and Kevin Pete rson, ell of Bellevue; Lizabeth Lyons, Bothell; Sailor Lavallee, Pamela Myers, Richard Layton and Donald Michlitsch, all of Tacoma; Lawrence Blain, Lagretta Biers, Judy Bride, Colleen Duffy, Irene Epstein, Raymond Liedtke, Ramun Mikelionis and Doug Shore, all of Seattle. SPECIAL SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS -- Judith Hanlon, Seat- American Women Accountants; William Bigas, Bremerton, Boe- ing Co.; Paul Lantz, Seattle, Western Gear Foundation; Therese Pagni, Seattle, Italian Club. INCOMING SENIORS -- Robert Alexander, Ilwaco; Mary Ann Kapinos, Auburn; Mary P. MelIraith, Mount Vernon; Je- anne Wagner, Vancouver; Clyde Peterson and William Taylor, both of Bellevue; Leonard Hasselman, Tacoma; Anthony Blozin- ski, Mary Doris, Jemes Fritzen, Stephen Haycox, Jo Linxcott, Marcia Waldron and Donald Whiting, all of Seattle. SEATTLE SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS -- Judith Hanlon, Seat- tle, Handley Memorial; George Firs, Seattle, Boeing Co.; James Boiteno, Seattle; Italian Club; and James McElroy, Seattle; Insured Savings and Loan League. --Graduates with Honors One hundred and two seniors were graduated with honors at Seattle University's commencement exercises. z,. Those who received summa cure laude honors are: :. Fredrich Francis Burich, Mary Kathleen Conners, Margaret ..... Mary Daeges, Sheila Doreen Fisher, Laurie Joan Hedrick, Paul :2:Thomas Hill, Judith C. Lovchik, (Sister Mary Thelma FCSP), :: Mary Kaye Nealen (Sister Leonore Mary FCSP), Ellen Maureen '!: O'Sullivan (Sister Ellen Maureen SSA), Dianne Marie Schellin, .el Peter Richard Torelli,.Mary Catherine Wood. ': Thirty-nine graduates reoeived magna cum hude honors: Patricia Jean Andrew, Constance Marie Ballantyne (Sister Jo- ::::::: aeph Marie CSJ), Roy Earl Barker, Frederick A. Bruener, Cath- ,i erine Ann Butler, Donna Lynn Chappell, (Sister Inez Elizabeth :I:IFCSP), Colleen Anne Corwin, Nicole Jacqueline Cromarty, John i' Bayard DesChamp Jr., Lloyd Terence Dodd, Gile Randlett Downes, Kaethe Ann Ellis, Charles Leonard Fox, i Linda Kathleen Garbini, Patricia Lynn Hardwig, Gary Leon- :' ard Harkins, Alice Ann Helldoerfer, Ronald Verne Hill, Mary Ann Kertes, Mary Katherine Kimble, Lenora Ruth Lampert (Sister M. Francita CSJ), Louis Anthony Marzano, Lawrence Edgar Me- Knight, Jo-Anne Arleen Miller, (Sister Mary Kevinita CSJ), John Harthill Miller, Kathleen Rose Lynch O'Shea, Ludovic B. Perry. James Donald Picton, Margaret Mary Roney, Nevada Lee i Sample, Sharon Lynn Schulte, Barbara Jane Sedlak, Margaret O'Dwyer Solari, Thomas JOseph Trebon, Patricia Carole Vartan- inn, (Sister John Marie FCSP), Dennis Lee Vereillo, Diane Terese '.Wilde, Ann Williamson (Sister M. Carmen CSJ), Linda Madden Works. Fifty-one seniors were graduated with cure lande honors: Kathleen M. Baginski, Gary William Baldwin, Carol Anne Ballangrud, Judith Marie Bezy, James Dennis Bordenet, Margaret Mary Bowman, Patrick Charles Byrne, Bernadette Cart, Marl- lee Elizabeth Coleman, Helen Catherine Coyne, Ann Sharon : : Curfman. Joseph Sloven Dome, Mary Ellen Donovan, Kerin Rae Dunn, Veronica R. Dyke, Patricia Anne Egerer, Grace V. Erramouspe, ' Gall Marie Fuller, Anne Elizabeth Gilsdorf, David Anthony Greene, Maureen Theresa Hakker. Patricia Anne Hamill, Suzanne Jolene Heguy, Susan Marie . Jellison, Martha Jane Lee, Mary Jane Lehtinen (Sister Jean Marie OP), Susanne Magdalene Linsler, Mary Carmel Little (Sis- ter Mary Carita CSJ), Robert Albert Lorentz, Kathryn Ann Low chik, Shari Elaine Mariotti, John Thomas McCloskey. Giovanna Micheli, Cecilia Marie Montcalm, Patrick Charles Mowery, Susan Hope Murphy, George Joseph HaulS, Jane Anne Nikolay, Catherine O'Brien (Sister Mary Annunciate OF), Betty Jeanine Olson. Adriano Justo Pasion Jr., James Roger Pearson, John Allen Ruffo, Sharon Lynne Seminario, Samuel R. Sperry, Judith Marie Tralnes (Sister M. Dorina CSJ), Mildred Ann Downey Target- son, Barbara Jean Van Dyke; Lloyd M. Van Normann, Bruce Alan Weber, Daniel Joseph White. ---BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD"- Chr;stlen Charity *e Every Corner of the Globe UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN MISSIONS CANDIDATES TRAINED AS: Infirmeriens m Medical Technicians Phermaclsts  Therapists  Secretaries WRITE: DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONS St. John of God Hospital Brookllne 46, Mass, II I I II I I Still More Room For CYO Campers The vacancy s)gns can still be seen at CYO Camp Don Basra near Carnation and at CYO Camp Blanches on Raft Island near Gig Harbor. ( Boys, nine to 15 years old, may still register for the second session--July 3 to 12--at Camp Don Basra. Girls, nine to 15, may still enjoy summer camping at Camp Don Basra at the fifth session--August 6-15--and at the sixth session--August 18-27. And at Camp BlancheS, boys, 10 to 15 years old, may still sign up for the fifth session--August 5-14--and at the sixth session--August 16-25. There is also room for hikers in the CYO Camp Nana- maker program. Teen-age girls can register for the Cascade High Lakes hike August 17-26. More hikers can be accommodated in the teen-age boys' Mount Olympus Climb July 25-August 3 and in the Cascade Eight Pass hike August 17-26. Further information can be had at tile CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave., Seattle 98109, MAin 2-2151. PROGRESS IN SPORTS Spokane Beats Holy Rosary The Diocese of Spokane's top baseball team has finally won a series over a Seattle archdiocesan CYO champion in the current Cross-State Invita- tional Tournament with host St. Augustine's beating Holy Ros- ary of Seattle, 11-1 and 5-1, Sat- urday in Spokane. The two-year-old series was first won by All Saints of Pu- yallup. o Holy Name Golf Tourney Date Set The a n n u a I Archdiocesan Holy Name Society Golf Tour- nament will be held Sunday, August 21}, at Mount Si Golf Course. St. Matthew's of Seattle is the host parish. Starting time reservations may be obtained from Jim Kettman at EM 3-2603 or Milt Reeder at EM 2-9470. e , Fish Derby Winners Listed TACOMA- Some 55 boys and girls participated in the Catholic War Veterans' Pierce County District Fishing Derby recently here. Jeffrey Buhr was the top win- ner and John Hayworth came in second. On Campus Sister Dorcy Mexico-Bound EDMONDS--A $400 scholar- ship has been awarded to Sis- ter Mary Jean Dorcy OP, Dominican Sister Of the Con- gregation of the Holy Cross, to participate July 15-30 in a workshop at the Center of In- tercultural Formation, Cuer- navea, Mexico. Entitled "Symposia: E n - counter in the Humanities," the workshop will emphasize Latin- American affairs in college- university programs and will feature eminent resource schol- ars and writers from both Americas. While at the center, Sister Jean will also enroll in a four- week intensive Spanish course from July 22-August 20 as a preparation for missionwork in Mexico beginning next fall. Author-artist-lecturer, Sister Jean resides in San Leandro, Calif., where she devotes her time to writing. Gonzagans Post CYO Tennis Meet Sets Dates Tentative dates for the an- nual CYO Archdiocesan Tennis Tournament will be Monday through Thursday, August g-12, at Seattle's Lower Woodland Tennis Center. "Entries will be accepted in grade and high school age groups," said Mrs. E s t h e r German, tourney chairman, Entry blanks will be avail- able after July 1 at the CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N,, Se- attle 98109. SU Reunion in Seattle Tennis Tom Gorman, 19, Seattle Uni- versity sophomore from St. Pat- rick's Parish, is the new men's singles champion of the Seattle City Tennis Tournament. The former Seattle Prep state high school champion beat veteran Bill Quillian, 10-8, 9-7, in the finals Sunday at Evergreen Tennis Club. German then teamed up with SU mate Steve .Hopps to win the men's doubles title. Janet Hopps Adkisson, former SU star and nationally-ranked player, made a tennis come- back by taking the women's singles crown from Linda Yee, 6-2, 6-2. @ Asfros Sign Up Chieftain Jerry Watts, a Seattle Uni- versity junior pitcher, has been signed for an undisclosed bonus contract by the Houston Astrns, according to Roman Miller, Northwest scout for the Notion- al League pros. Watts from Milton Freewa- ter, Ore., compiled this season a 7-2 won-lost average and had one of the lowest earned-run averages among collegians with e 0.18. Mrs. Wood Heads Carroll Auxiliary MRS. STEPHEN WOOD Perfect Grades Mrs. Stephen J. Wood of St. Joseph's Parish has been elect- SPOKANE--Three from file ed president of the Carroll Club Archdiocese of Seattle were among 35 Gonzega University students, who had maintained a perfect grade point average for the spring semester. The three with a 4.00 aver- age are Mergery Ann Keen of Longview, and Earl B. Lane and Cara Lyn Tangen, both of Seattle. Seaffleite New Georgetown Grad WASHINGTON, D. C--John Philip Sauntry, Jr., son-of Dr. and Mrs. John Philip Sauntry of 6225 NE Princeton Way, Se- attle, has been awarded a bachelor of science degree in Foreign Service from the School' of Foreign Service at Georgetown University here. An international affairs ma- jor, he was vice president of his senior class and a member of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, the Arnold Air So- ciety end the East Campus Student Council ways and means committee. He is a 11 graduate of Seattle Prep, Named College Head OAKLAND, Calif. (NC) -- Sister Mary Ambrose has been appointed president of Holy Names College. A graduate of the college, she has been pro- tosser of chemistry. She suc- ceeds Sister Joan Marie who becomes professor of, history. Cardinal Ben Honored ATHENS (HE)-- Augustin Cardinal Boa, president of the Vatiean's Secretariat for Pro- moting Christian Unity, has been elected a member of the Academy of Athens, the lead- ing cultural institution of mod- ern Greece. Auxiliary. Other officers are Mrs. Pat Geraghty, Our Lady of Fatima Parish; Mrs. Frank Keifner, St. Joseph's; Miss Lola Moran, St. Benedict's; Mrs. Charles M. Carroll, St. Mary's. Trustees are Mrs. Roy Ro- berts, Sacred Heart Parish; Mrs. M. K. Newman, St. Jo- seph's; Mrs. Vern Raschko, St. Tereea's. The auxiliary assists the Car- roll Club of Seattle in its serv- ice support of the CYO, a UGN agency which provides reli- gious, cultural, social and ath- letic activities for 60,000 Catho- lice school children in the area. Mrs. Wood lives with her hus- band, Dr. Wood, and their four children at 2223 E. Crescent Dr. The children are Mary Kay, 21, a Seattle University June graduate; Patricia, 20, Highline Junior College sopho- more; Michael, 18, Seattle Prep May graduate and incoming SU freshman; and James, 13, eighth grader at St. Joseph's School. US Foundations There are 16,023 American foundations spending about $779 million a year, the Catholic Di- gest reports. i OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING STATIONERY OFFICE FURNITURE 300 Wastlako Ave. No. at Thomas St. TRICK & MURRAY Off St. Parking I Twenty cub. scouts at Seattle's Holy Rosary Parish were recently awarded the coveted Parvuli Dei Award. These boy4 received the 71ational Catholic award for cubs under the tutelage of cubmaster Eugene Foote and assistant cubmaster Don Kelly (right). Recipients (from left) are (first row) Tim Richards, Nick Silling, Scott Rains, Michael Mullin and Daniel Herren; (second row) Kevin Shea, Paid Yadrick, Stephen Hosford, Mark Boschert and Mike DeFelice; (third ross,) Mark Nowak, Robert Dempsey, Mark Braseth, Mark Dun- lap and Anthony Miller; (fourth row) Bruce Towney, Steven Cesnlat, David Griffin, Joseph Thorburn and John Kosmach. Twenty-alTo Cub scouts at Seattle's Christ the King Parish joined the illustrious Parvuli Dei Award list. Tha nine and 10.year-aids (fronl left) include (first row) Albert Anderson, Robert Asplund, Michael Buck, Ronnie Dixon, Pat Flewelling, Dick Harding and Paul Michel; (second row) Danny Kartes, Michael Mc- Carthy, Donald Mangialardi, Gerald Song, Denis Sullivan, Marty Leopold and Craig Pills; (third row) Michael Sullivan, Bill Watson, John Hegel, Seen O'Donnell, Timothy Ochs, David kessler and Kevin Robichaux. Also with them is cubmaster Harold Sullivan and Father Michael Carroll, parish priest youth director. The boys were prepared for the award by Mrs. Harold (Pat) Sullivan, denmother and religious chairman. Sponsored by the parish school Parents Club, the pack has had eight previous recipients in the last two years. (Progress Scout Photos by W. C. Heib Jr.) ( Swimmers Top Records TACOMA--Eight new records were set and two were tied Saturday in the annual CYO Archdiocesan CYO Swim Meet at University of Puget Sound here. One hundred and fifty-six boys and girls participated from 19 parishes, including As- sumption, Christ the King, St. Anne's, Our Lady of the Lake, St. Bernadette's and St. Mat- thew's, all of Seattle; St. Moni- ca's on Mercer Island; All Saints of Puyallup, Holy Fam- ily of Auburn, St.R ose of Long- view, Sacred Heart of Belle- vue, St. John Vianney's of Va- shon Island and Holy Cross, St. Leo's, St. Charles Borromeo's Sacred Heart, St. Patrick's, St. Rita's, and St. Frances Cabrini, all of Tacoma. The Knights of Columbus' Ta- coma Council donated trophies to winners. Meet co-directors were Wayne Swimme and Mrs. Harry Daly. First-place finishers follow: 1OO Meters Boys Freestyle, 15-17 yrs. Doug Nelson--l:03.9 St. alta, Tacoma. 100 Meters Girls Freestyle, 15-17 yrs. Lynn Johnson--l:21.6 St. Charles Bop romeo, Tacoma. IOO Meters Girls Freestyle, 1344 yrs. Kathy Fanning -- 1:13.1 St. Patrick, Tacoma. 100 Meters Boys Freestyle, 13-14 yrs. JIm Gagllordl -- 1:11.6 St. Charles Borromea, Tacoma. 21; Meters Girls Freestyle, 8 yrs. and under (novlce)--Mary Ann Gagllardl-- 22.9 New Record St. Charles Sorromeo, Tacoma 2. Meters Bays Freestyle, B yrs. and St. Rose, Longvlew. under (novice)  Tommy Morrlll23.6 St. Rose, Langvlew. 25 Meters Girls Freestyle, 9-1B yrs. (novlce]--JIII van Valkenburg--24.3 All Saints, Puyallup. 25 Meters Boys Freestyle, 9-1B yrs. (navlce)--Davld Petrich--19,4 St. Pat- rick, Tacoma, 25 Meters Girls Freestyle, 11-12 yrs. (novlce)--Janlca Brown -- 23.0 Sacred Heart, Bellevue. 25 Meters Boys Freestyle, 11-12 yrs.. .(novloI)--Gary Devereaux -- 19.4 All Saints, Puyellu#. I I, 200 Meters Boys Individual Medley, 15-17 yrs.--Jim Hunt -- 2.46.7 St. Pot- , rick's, Tacomo. 50 Meters Girls Freestyle, 10 yrs. and under--Susan Lawrence---42.3 St, Pat- rick, Tacoma. SO Meters Boys Freestyle, 10 yrs. and under--Bill Kuzmer--37.7 Holy Family, Auburn. 50 Meters Girls Freestyle, 11-12 yrs.-- Penny Puz--35.0 St. Patrick, Tacoma. 50 Meters Boys Freestyle, 11-12 yrs. --John Petrlch--32.6--New RecordiSt. Patrick, Tacoma. 50 Meters Girls Freestyle, 13-74 yrs. --Kathy Fanntng--33.4--St. Patrick, Ta- coma. 50 Meters Boys Freestyle, 13-14 yrs. --Jim Gagllardl--32.1--St. Charles, Bar- romeo, Seattle. 50 Meters Girls Freestyle, 15-17 yrs. --Linda Llndsley--34.3  St. Matthew, Seattle. 50 Meters Boys Frmtyle 15-17 yrs. --Pat Doly--27.9--Tle Record--- St. Pat- rick, Tamoco. 50 Meters Girls Breast Stroke, 10 .yrs. and under--Allison Dodds--54.3-- St. Francis Cabrlni, Tacoma. 50 Meters Boys Breast Stroke, 10 yrs. .and under--Curt CIIntan -- $2.4  St. Charles Borromeo, Tacoma. 50 Meters Girls Breast Stroke, 11-12 yrs.--Klppy Clinton--49.5 -- St. Charles, Sorromeo, Tacoma. 50 Meters Boys Breast Stroke, 11-12 yrs.--John RIconasculto--43.&--Sat. Pat- rick, Tacoma. 50 Meters Girls arrest Stroke, 13-14 yrs.--L.la Barton--43.3--St. Patrick, Ta- coma. 50 Meters Boys Breast Straka, 73-74 yrs.--Pete Brady--38.3--New Record-- St. Patrick, Tacoma. 100 Meters Girls Breast Stroke, 15-17 yrs.--Fron Bruzas--1.32.6--St. Charles 8orromea, Tocoma. 100 Meters Boys Breast Stroke, 15-17 yrs.--Tim Pfleuger--1.26.4--New Record --St. Bernadette, Seattle. SO Meters Girls Back Stroke, 10 and under--Susao Lawrence---50.9--St. Pat- rick, Tacoma. S0 Maters Boys Back Stroke, 10 and under -- Curt Clinton -- 48.S -- St. Charles Borromea, Tacoma. S0 Meters Girls Back Stroke, 11-12 yrs.Mary deal  39.0  NEW REC- , ORD  St. John Vlanney, Vashan Is- land. 50 Meters Boys Back Stroke, 1%12 yrs.--Joha Petrlc38.1--St. Patrick*s, Ta- coma. $0 Meters Girls Back Stroke, 13-14 yrs.--Nora Petrlch--40.4--St. Patrick, Tacoma. SO Meters Boys Back Stroke, 13-14 yrs.--Put Delian--Assumption, Seattle. 100 Meters Girls Back Stroke, 15-17 yrs.Kafhy Burns--l:26.5-- N E W RECORD -- All Saints, Puyallup. 100 Meters Bays Back Stroke, 15-17 Yrs.  Jerry Hunt -- 1:14.5 -- N E W RECORD -- 5t. Patrick, Tacoma NORM'S RESORT on Beautiful Cottage Lake Cafaring espec;ally fo large church and family groups. Phone or write for details, Woodenville, Wash., HUnter 6-2243 50 Maters Girls autterfly, 11-12 Yrs,-- Penny Puz--39.9--St. Patrick, Tacoma, so Meters Boys Butterfly, 11-12 yrs. --John Riconscluto -- 40.3 -- T I E RECORD -- St. Patrick, Tacoma. 50 Meters Girls Butterfly, 13.14 yrs. --Nora Petrich--39.0--St. Patrick Ta- coma. 50 Meters Boys Butterfly, 13-14 yrs.-- Charles Lawrence---37.5--St, Patrick, CAMA BEACH RESORT Finest Salt Wafer Family Resort an Camano Island. Eas;ly roached via bridge et Sfanwood, Washington. Fifty miles north of Seattle on U,S. Highway No. 99. 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Tocoma. 100 Meters Girls Butterfly, lS-17 yrs. --Fran 8ruzas--1:41-9--St. , Chorles Borromeo, Tacoma, 100 Meters Boys Butterfly, lS-17 yrs. --Pat Daly--l:08.-- NEW RECORD-- St. Patrlckk, Tacoma. tO0 Meters Girls Relay, 12 and un- der -- All Saints, Tacomo -- 1:51.0. 100 Meters Boys Relay, 12 ond under --Assumption, Seattle--I: 16.2. 200 Meters Girls Relay, 13-14 yrs. St. Patrick, Tacoma--2:30.4. 2OO Meters Says Relay, 13-14 yrs.-- St. Patrick, Tacoma--2:21.2. 2OO Meters Girls Relay, ls-17 yrs,-- Aquinas Academy, Tacoma--2:34.0. 2OO Meters Boys Relay, 15-17 yrs.-- St. Potrick, Tacoma--l:59.8. Convert Is 85, Godfather 93 LANCASTER, N.Y. 0NC) -- Ernest F. Carlson, 85, a resi- dent at St. Elizabeth's Home for the aged here was received in- to the Catholic Faith by Msgr. Patrick Woods, chaplain at the home. At the convert's baptism his godfather was Richard Hen- nessy, who is 93, also a resi- dent of the home. 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