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b ,,g--THE PROGRESS Friday, June 26, 1964 co,00ovo00 o.,o,... Venturi's victory 'sermon Rainiers'will00u00:JeC'o,dovo of faith' lauds priest ALLYING up the third collection: Ken Venturi, golf's newest hero, preached a paw- "I was physically able to play, but there was a mental One thing for sure.., this ball club will hustle, erful sermon as he won the highly coveted U.S. Open drawback. With the help of Father Murray and my wiie, You can bank on it. The first guy who fails to run out a base hit better keep right on going.., out of the ball park!"... This fiery remark was uttered by even more fiery Edo Vanni, piloting for the first season his beloved hometown Seattle Rainiers. The statement was a typ. ical one from the colorful Sacred Heart Parish usher personal- ity. Floundering along the beginning of the pro baseball war in the lower rungs of the Pacific Coast League's western di- vision, the Rainiers fashioned somewhat of a winning streak or two and are only six and a half games away from first place behind Portland and San Diego and half a game ahead of the i* ....... ":;":iiii Tacoma Giants. The fans could also do some ......... more hustling -- right into the park . . . The ' thrill of playing on a turfed big-league stadium with all of the glorious trimmings will remain for a long, long time with some 30 boys from All Saints in Puyallup and St. Paschal's in Six>. kane. Five words were sufficient from Ted Sat- tar, coach of the state and archdiocesan cham- i pion team from Daffodiland when he said: "There was nothing like it." That came after ED 0 All Saints beat St. Pashcal's, 5-2, for the CYO VANNI state title in Sick's Seattle Stadium as a prelude to a Rainier-Portend game. Thanks are directed to Rainier business manager Dick Bee and his staff. The CYO word is that next year's state classic will be in Tacoma by virtue of All Saints winning the CYO Tacoma Cadet League. Chancy Stadium would just be fine . . . And Sick's Stadium will be the site this Friday of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's City vs. State baseball attraction. A brotherly reunion in baseball will be the co-man- agement of the City squad by Johnny and Eddie O'Brien, Seattle University legendaries .... The lone Catholic high school star in the 36-member selection is Steve Conklin of Seattle Prep who will play for City at centerfield in the second game. Loose change in news basket IT DID OCCUR to you that the name of the Archdiocesan CYO Swim Meet director IS Wayne Swlmme? The manager of the CYO's big splash, going strong this Friday at the University of Puget Sonnd in Tacoma, is from St. Frances (CYO Tacomnns, note: the parish is spelled with an "e") Cabrini in Lakeweed... THIS WEEK'S STOLEN QUOTE comes from a Honolulu news- paper: "Congratulations to eeaeh Brother Bruce Cullerton and his fine Damien team for an 11-2 record in their first year in JV basketball, l've been told Damien could have beaten a varsity team or two this season." The eeach is the same Bruce Culler- ton, who was a starting guard on O'Dea High's 19SS State Class AA tourney second-place "Cinderella" team. He is scheduled to make his perpetual profession of vows as a Christian Brother ef Ireland this Saturday in Montebello, Calif. Damien Memorial High, a new school of the Irish Christian Brothers in Honolulu, will compete in varsity sports next gall . . . University of Port- land's track and field "bests" this spring in the shot put was made by Mark Woutila with 49-5. The former Bellarmine High athlete was second best in the discus with 152-10%, behind Roger Sanders' 155-9. Bellarmine was also very ably represented at Portland by Steve Anstett who had been given basketball's Father Scanion Award as the most valuable player for the third year in a row and presented, too, with the top rebounding trophy for as many seasons. Big Steve seared 414 points for a 15.9 average and hauled 276 rebounds to help the Pilots produce a 17-9 sea, son. Cincinnatus Powcll, 6-8 with a 13.0 average, is the one tabbed to take over Steve's leading role . . . LEARN A FACT A WEEK -- There are approximately SO,O00 Holy Name men in the Archdiocese. Only one is a professional hockey player, Gerard (Gerry) Leonard, Seattle Totem forward from St. Brendun's in Bothell . . . Of 17 returning football monogram winners at the University of Notre Dame, only one comes from the Northwest and he's a Canadian -- Mike Webster, junior tackle from Van- couver with 78:13 minutes of playing time. The many accomplishments of Tom Kelley FOR PARENTS or teens, for that matter, who sometimes wonder if too many extra.curricular activlties hinder the progres. alan to adulthood, learn tram Thomas Vincent Kelley, 17, June graduate of Seattle Prep . . In athletics, he was a two.year doorbell letterman, second in the quarterback slot behind Stee !:!:!:i:!:::::::: Conklin; a catcher in Little League, Babe Ruth and Colt baseball; and a guard in CYO teen club and Prep intramural basketball . . . In CYO, he wa# mhletlc chairman in his sophomore year o t Our Lady of the Lake CYO Teen Club . . . In high school, he was yearbook activities editor and a lout, year Sodality member, serwed on the school newspaper and prom committee and participated in debate, glee and drama clubs and still iound time to play trumpet/or three years with the all- city summer school band. He could also lind hi# way on the piano keyboard . . . In scholastic achle,ement, he finished at Prep with a 3.94 grade TOM point overage, took college scholarship examinee KELLEY tions, qualified with a perlect score o t 800 in mathematics and another 800 in the higher math achlevement test and subsequently was faced with a happy dilemma . . . He won a four.year National Merit Scholarship to Michigan State University, i a four,year scholarship to Gonaga University, a four.year scholar. "ship to Seattle U and a tour-year lull tuition academic scholarship end admission to the honors program at the University of Santa Clara . . . Santa Clara is the next stop . . . For turther information on chiidrearing, call Tom's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Kelley, 8611 4$th Awe. NE .... They would know. Tom is the second oldest at sewen Kelley children dnd Doctor Kelley b protessor el pediatrics at the Uniwerslty o t Washington. If St. Louise's had a men's football team IF FATHER HOWARD LAVELLE had the time or the inclina- tion, the pastor of St, Louise Parish of Bellevue could field quite an imposing men's team ... How's this for names on the lineup: at guard, Chuck Allen, San Diego Chargers, University of Wash- fatten, '60, Associated Press and United Press International All- "America honorable mention, AP and UPI All-Coast, All Big Five starter; at the other guard spot, Ted Holzknecht, UW '51, AP and UPI All-Coast, North-South all-star game performer; at fullback, Ollie Fior, University of Notre Dame '60, Seattle Prep all-time great; Jim Foster, UW '49 guard, whom we'll insert as a tackle; at halfback, Jack Seth, UW '50; at the other halfback slot, Herb Valentine, O'Dea great of 1937, Marine Corps major who had served as personal pilot for Presidents Dwight Eisen- bower and John F. Kennedy; and, just for fun, Tom Kelly, New York Yankee outfielder, at one end and on the other side Ernie Pastornieky, Chicago Cubs/Los Angeles Angels' pitcher with Des Moines, Seattle University '54 hurling great; Jack Doherty, SU '53 basketball forward and an O'Dea cage legendary, at center; and Eddie O'Brien, one of SU's Gold Dust Twins and now its ath- ii letic director, at quarterback. championship. Faith restored was the Venturi sermon theme, delivered more in actions than in words. Dripping perspiration and near collapse from the terrific 94-degree heat, Venturi when interviewed Saturday for nation- wide television and by sportswriters proclaimed: "Half of thistrophy--in fact just about all of it--belongs to a priest who was a tremendous help to me, Father Murray." The champion said his faith in himself was restored by the priest. Across the country in San Francisco, Father Francis K. Murray, 35, assistant pastor at St. Vincent de Paul Parish, said Venturi "was friendly to me so I just wanted to be nice to him." THE PRIEST, a mid-8Os golfer, said he followed Venturi around when he played the Lucky International Open last Janu- ary in San Francisco. Venturi invited Father Murray to dinner and a close friendship was formed. At the scene of his triumph, the Congressional Country Club in suburban Bethesda, Md., Venturi said he was on the verge of giving up golf about the time he met Father Murray. He said: Canal, all this was made possible." And back in San Francisco, Father Murray said: "Even if he had to die out there he would have finished. He was determined to prove to himself and to the world that he could do it." Back at the country club, Venturi said that through his talks with Father Murray and letters the priest wrote to him, "I had a great mental attitude for this tournament." After the first 18 holes on the final day Saturday Venturi nearly collapsed from the heat. He was treated by a physician, who said Venturi was dehydrated. The physician accompanied Venturi on the final 18, advising the golfer when to take liquids and when to take salt tablets. The 33-year-old champ on several occasions looked like he wouldn't be able to make the final two holes -- walking slowly, painfully. But he just kept coming, overcame a 6-stroke deficit and posted an amazing 278 total to win the title. THE ONE-TIME Golden Boy of golfdom, his career almost shattered by disappointment and injury, shot the second lowest total in opeh history. Ben Hagen's 276 at the Riviera in Los An- geles in 1948 is the record. Sale of 'safe and sane' cvo tennis tourney fireworks aids CYOers com. next to state law, explode, rise in- to the air, discharge balls of fire, or contain poisonous chemicals. In short, legal fireworks-as sold in Zebra fireworks stands throughout the area--are really "safe and sane". Zebra stands will be open from June 26 through July 4 only. Many retail outlets are sponsored by non-profit organi- zations and groups to help fi- nance local projects, In Seattle the following par- ishes and CYO groups will be inviting you to patronize their licensed and supervised stands This Fourth of July, Se- attle youngsters and their families will join their King County neighbors in cele- brating Independence Day with "safe and sane" fireworks. The local option of the 1961 Washington State "safe and sane" fireworks law has been adopted by the City of Seattle, permitting the public sale and use of this variety of fireworks. "Safe and sane" fireworks are those items of pyrotechnic display which have been tested and approved by the State Fire Marshal, and which carry the State Seal of Approval. They must not, according 'On Canada, oh The eighth annual CYO for Zebra "safe and sane" fire- works: Christ the King Athletic As- sociation at NW 95th St. and Greenwood Ave. N. Immaculate CYO Teen Club at 14th Ave. and E. Pine St. St. Alphonsus Athletic Asso- ciation at SW Fauntleroy St. and Alaska Ave. SW. St. Anne's Athletic Associa- tion at Queen Anne Ave. N. and N. Howe St. St. Bernadette's Athletic As- soeiation at Ambaum Rd. and 128th Ave. SW. St. Moniea's Men's Club of Mercer Island at Seattle's Rai- nier Ave. and S. Dearborn St. men of Nanamakee' Des Moines By James Dalton cub receives CYO Camp Neumckto Program Director (Second at a four.part series on CYO Camp Nana. makee, the CYO'S rowing camp [or teens.) Minnesota's l a n d of 10,000 lakes will have lit- tle on the men of Nana- makee as they hike through the Forbidden Plateau on Vancou- ver Island, The lakes in this area are almost as numerous as those claimed by the lake state. For two weeks the CYO's hiking teens will swim in cool mountain lakes, climb towering peaks and enjoy outstanding Canadian scenery. This area is famous for its deep Cruckshank Canyon. The group will experi- ence the sound of shrill echoes bouncing off the walls of the canyon. THE JOURNEY to the For- bidden Plateau August 19-23 will begin at Camp Don Bosco. A two-day bus trip will bring the group to the Forbidden Pla- teau Lodge near Courtenay, B.C. After singing "O Canada," 30 hearty adventurers will set out for the land where even the Indians fear to tread. This trip marks another first for Camp Nanamakee. Jesuit heads US track federation CORVALLIS, Ore. -- (NC) -- Father Wilfred H. Crowley, S.$., vice president of the Uni- versity of Santa Clara has been elected president of the U.S. Track and Field Federation. Father C r o w I e y's election came at the end of the annual meeting of the USTFF govern- ing council at Oregon Stat Uni- versity here. The amateur track organiza- tion was founded two years ago. ii HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serva God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Mlssion Writing Farming Trsdes Social Work C|erlcet Work Far Information write: Brother @ilbert Burke, .S.. Notre Dame High kkool ,3642 Riverside Dr. Slmman Oaks, Calif. u Be Up.To.Date Keep your Progeeu mb. scription current. ThiJ b the month to bill our mbtcrib- et. Please pay promptly . . and special thanks to the many who do m... Never before has the CYO's roving camp taken a two- week trip. This extended ad- venture will test the heart and soul of all who enjoy a r e a I challenge. Endurance and love of the hills are es- sentinl for this trip. Mass in the mountains . . . what more could one want. Father John McManus, profes- sor at St. Edward's Seminary, will be hike chaplain. Father was the camp's first chaplain. This will be his fourth year with Camp Nanamakee. THERE IS really something about offering Mass in the open which makes one glad to be alive. To see Christ raised aloft with snow-capped peaks as a backdrop, to receive the Creator of all mountains, while in the mountains, not many can experience this unique sen- sation. There is still ample room for hikers on this Canadian iour- ney. A letter to the Hike Lead- er, CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N., Seattle 98109, is all it takes to become a member of the CYO's roving camp for teens. 'Parvuli Dei' DES MOINES-- The first Parvuli Dei Award ever presented to a Cub Scout in St. Philomena's Parish has gone to Greg- ory Farmer, 9, a fifth grader at t h e parish school. Gregory i s the son of Mrs. Corinne Farm- er, 19332 4th Ave. S.. Pack 391 of which Gregory GREGORY is a member is FARMER headed by cubmaster Jose Zulu- age. Father Raymond Heffernan is chaplain of the pack. barbecue tonight? K jKrKOMN teriyaki marinade FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Car or Truck Call: JERRY HENTScHELL Member St. Catherine's Parish EM. 3.6110 RES. LA. S.$956 "FLEET" CHEVROLET, IHC. 117th & Botkell Way Seattle Tennis Tournament will be held Monday through Thursday, August 10-13, at Se- attle's Lower Woodland Courts. Play in the single elimination tourney will start at 9 a.m. each morning. Entries will be accepted in the following age groups (as of the school year just com- pleted): Midget boys' singles, mid- get girls' singles, cadet boys' singles and doubles, eadette girls' singles and doubles, high school girls' singles and doubles, high school boys' lettermen singles and doubles, high school boys' non-letter- men singles and doubles and high school mixed doubles. A student may play in his own age group and the one above. The entry fee is 50 cents per event, with each stu- dent limited to a maximum of three events. Players will provide balls for preliminary matches, with the CYO providing new balls for the finals. Entry blanks are available at the CYO Office, 500 Aurora Ave. N., Seattle 98109, MA 2- 2151. Entrants may also print on a sheet of paper their name, address, phone, par- ish, school and grade just completed, announced Mrs. Esther F. German, archdin- eesan CYO tennis commis- sioner. Entry blanks must be accom- panied with entry fees. TEENS SEEK ODD JOBS 44 now walt for call Jobs for boys b b A program to secure odd jobs for young boys has been put into operation by Opportunities for B Youth, a new private, non-profit agency in Seattle. This organization is sponsored by the Metropolitan Youth De- velopment Council, Mrs. Arthur Skelton, President; and financed by grants from the Ford Foundation, the Boeing Employees' Good Neighbor Fund and the Seattle Housing Authority. The program has the full endorsement and support of the CYO teen program, said Father Gerald Moffat, archdiocesan CYO director. The agency has interviewed eligible boys from the four So- Ik attic housing projects and has employed 44 at part-time jobs in the city parks under adult supervision. Another 44 boys have been employed in maintenance jobs at the four housing proiects. IT IS NOW hoped that many Seattle citizens will help by pro- viding odd jobs for a third group of 44 boys. If a garden needs weeding, a lawn needs mowing; if there is an attic or basement that needs cleaning, or windows and cars that need washing, then Seattle citizens can help needy boys learn responsibility by calling Opportunities for Youth at MAin 3-0750. A pilot study, conducted by the University of Washington, showed that children from deprived backgrounds turned into b willing and good workers when given the chance to earn some pocket money. There also developed a tendency to raise one's educational and occupational standards--as well as a turning away from antisocial behavior. For this reason, Opportunities for Youth will offer remedial education also to the employed boys beginning in the fall. This part of the program will offer remedial reading, writing, and arithmetic services, b IT WILL EMPLOY teaching machines, volunteer tutors, and where needed, professional teaching help. For those who hold part-time lobs, this service will be linked to their work. Salary raises and increased responsibility will depend upon improved academic skills. Finally, the effectiveness of the entire program is being evaluated by a research team from the U. of W. In this way, the community will be able to judge whether such a program for youth should be expanded; or whether different methods to help our youth should be sought.  b Opportunities for Youth states that Seattle citizens will influence these facts by their responses to the call for odd jobs. --BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD'- Save Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER CANDIDATES ARE TRAINED AS: Registered Nurses, X-Ray, Laboratory Technicians, Pharmacists, Therapists, Office Personnel Write: Director of Vocations St. John of God Hospital Los Angeles 18, Calif. 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