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6--THE PROGRESS Fr;day, Augusi" 2 I 1963 Big shakeups a camps: Blanchet opens with a scream Girls see big changes at Cabrini By Joan Craig Camp Correspondent CYO CAMP BLANCHET-- Liquid Sunshine Fades--Spir- its Brighten. Camp Blanchet opened with a scream. i The reason--95 girls have ar- rived and camp will never be the same. The campers' spirits rise with each degree of the thermometer. The session for 15-year-olds i has been a tremendous sue- tess. These girls from Whol- loehet went on a two.night overnight at the future site of Camp Gallagher on Case In- let. All the campers prayed for no more liquid sunshine so their overnights wouldn't be spent on their lodge porches. The staff provided a variety for the campers on staff" skit night. Junior staff put on an old-fashioned m e I o d r a m a, "Beautiful Daughter," starring "Miss" Patty Holly. The guides held a hootenanny good for rousing spirits, while senior staff presented a typical, "Hillbilly Family in Church." A surfing fad has raged throughout camp so "Miss" Lin- da Hemingway and "Miss" Joey Ross took it upon themselves to demonstrate surfing on pic- nic tables, yelling: "Yeah, yeah, surf's up!" Irving, watching ,f r o m his place above the mantel, has be- come a "deer" friend to the girls, too. At each meal the campers rise and greet Irving, saying: "Hail, Irving!" "If you can't buy a Saafa;r pln, af least smile at he qirl as you hurry by." SPICIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE WHITE HENRY STUART BUILDING SEATTLE e MAin 2.1851 ' By Mary Donahue Camp Correspondent CYO CAMP CABRINI-- Flash! One hundred and one girls now inhabit Camp Cabri- hi, Beaver Lake! Thus begins the 1963 girls' camping season at Camp Ca- brini. Many changes have been seen by old staff and campers, The most eye-catching is the new A-framed cabins. These beautiful cabins house 20 lucky girls and their two staff, "Miss" Margaret Sullivan and "Miss" Marlene Furness. Probably the most welcome change was the new water tower. If built by professionals, the cost would have been tremen- dous and the sum could net have been obtained by the C- YD. However, with the abil- ities and ambitions of the CYO work crew, the dream has become a reality. Camp Cabrini now has clean, fresh water. Staff skit night is a night to remember by CYO campers. First session at Cabrini was no exception. Highlighting the evening was a penny-pushing relay by the senior staff. Father Gerald Moffat, CYO director and camp chaplain, captained the winning team. Close behind was Mrs. Bette Murray, girls' camp director, and her team. Also on the agenda were "the Three Bears, Biblical Style", presented by junior guides and "An Evening of Culture", which was a rousing ballet put on by junior counselors. Staff skit night is a night full Bosco goes all-male and likes it By Tom Greener Camp Correspondent CYO CAMP DON BOSCO-- "BOYancy once more belies itself at Bosco." Some 196 campers and 36 staff Saturday transformed the Carnation (Moo!) Washington camp to a status predominantly male. The spirit generated in the few days since opening is heart. warming. The staff have made the psychological change f r o m their former, smaller camps (Blanehet: 95; Cabrini: 96) with flying colors and have succeeded in "Bosco-izing" the campers. The staff, according to Mau- rice (Moe) Elbert -- program director -- is one of the finest, if not THE finest ever assem- bled at BaseD. Assisting "Moe", is Theodore (Uncle Teddy) Marred of Blan- chat fame; and, completing the "white collar staff" is Bill Young, who was assistant pro- gram director at Cabrini. Bosco was also the depar- ture point for Mike McDer- mott's Camp Nanamakee Gla- cier Peak Summit Climb. The Mighty Men (34 of them) left Sunday and plan to return to Boseo for the final campfire ceremonies this S u n d a y, weary, but well satisfied. Meanwhile, back at Bosco, the campers are busying them- selves in a well-rounded pro- gram of swimming, craft, na- ture, athletics, projects, and chaplain's talks. Besides, camp- ers have the privilege of attend- of laughter and fun long re- ing Holy Mass daily. membered by a CYO camper. We close with a note to par- eats of returning Bosco camp- ers: w , Please do not believe ALL . . the stories your son(s) carry ......... : . home with them. Our camp is " " --' __ " I " doing a great job; but, we, re .... / ..... not THAT good. We humbly th_..__ank__you for you__ r ch_ild. THERE IS STILL ROOM FOR 88 BOYS 9-14 at CAMP DON BOSCO August 19-28 Sixth Session Send in your application now CYO Office 500 Aurora Ave. N. Seaffle, 98109 OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS for Athletic Equipment for the Entire Family Seattle's Largest Selection of Team Equipment TEAM PRICES HOURS: 9 TO 5:30 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY FREE PARKING Hints for CYO tourney HELPFUL hints to two hopefuls in the Archdiocesan CYO Tennis Tournament were being offered by Betsy Lindberg, Seattle University junior from St. Patrick's Parish in Seattle. On the receiving end were John Lindberg (center), Seattle Prep freshman; and Kerrie Corr, Sacred Heart Villa sixth grader from Assumption Parish. The tourney will be held Monday through Thursday, August 12-15, in Seattle's Low- er Woodland courts. Betsy was one of the competitors in the first CYO tourney seven years ago. --(Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib.) St. Frances' tops Tacoma netters TACOMA-- . Four titles went to St. F r a n c e s Cabrini CYO Teen Club and another to St. Joseph's in Sunday's CYO Tacoma district Tennis Tourna- ment at Mount Tahoma Courts. Mary Merrill, 16, Aquinas High School junior from St. Frances Cabrini, won the girls' singles title. She is spiritual chairman of her teen club. Mary teamed up with fellow parishioner DonneU Arcenaux to add the girls' doubles cham- pionship. Donnell, 16, is an Aquinas senior. The boys' singles crown also went to Cabrini with AI Punsa- lang its title-bolder. AT, 17, is a Clover Park High senior. The combination of AI and The tourney summary fol- lows: GIRLS' SINGLES Quarter Finals -- Mary Merrill (Cabrinl) def. Barbara Antush (St. Joseph's); Kathy Antush (St. Joseph's) def. Rose Gallagher; (St. Joseph's) Leslie Swimme (Cabrinl) and Donnell Arceneaux (Cabrinl) wan by default. Semi-finals -- Mary Merrill def. Kathy Antush; Donnell Arceaeaux def. Leslie Swimme. Finals  Mary Merrill def. Donnell Arceneaux. GIRLS' DOUBLES Finals  Mary Merrill and Oonnell Arceneaux (Cabrinl) def. Kathy An- rush and Rose Gallagher (St. Joseph). BOYS' SINGLES Preliminaries -- Ran Staples (Cab- rini) def. Tom Koval (St. Joseph); Fred Chauffer (Cabrini) def. Gary Knudsoa (Holy Rosary); Dennis Cald- well (St. Joseph) def. Paul Bader (Cabrini); Vince Horan (CabrlnI) def. Steve Judy (St. Joseph); AI Punsalang (Cabrini) def. Brian Swimme (Cab- rini); Ray Staples (Cabrlni) def. Phil Antush (St. Joseph); Brlan Cullen (St. Patrick) def. Bill Smith (Cabrln/); Jim Koval (St. Joseph) def. Mike O'Rourke (Cabrint). Quarter finals  Ron Staples def. Ray Staples was the finalist in Fred Chouffer; Vince Horan def. Den- nis Caldwell; At Punsalang def. Ry the boys' doubles event. Ray, Staples; Brian Cutlen def. Jim Koval. Semi-finals -- Vince Heron def. Ran Staples; AI Punsalang def. Brian Cullen. Finals -- AI Punsalaag def. Vince Horan. BOYS' DOUBLES Quarter finals -- Vince Horan and Ren Staples (Cabrlnl) def. Tom Kovol and Dennis Coldwell (St. Joseph); Nell O'Leary ond Jim Hannerschmith (St. Patrick) def. Brian Swimme and Mike O'Rourke (Cabrini); Jim Koval and Phil Antush (St. Joseph) def. Brian Cullen (St. Patrick) and Paul Bader (Cabrlnl). Semi-finals -- Ray Staples and AI Punsalaag (Cabrlnl) def. Vlnee Horon and Ron Staples (by means of a bye) Neil O'Leary and Jim Hannerschmlth def. Jim Koval and Phll Antush. Finals -- Ron Staples and AI Pun- sulang def. Nell O'Leary and Jim Hannerschmlth. MIXED DOUBLES Semi-finals -- Barbara Antush and Jim Koval (St. Joseph) def. Brian and Leslie Swimme (Cabrint); Kothy and Phll Antush (St. Joseph) def. Jean Bombardier (Sacred Heart) and Dennis Caldwell (St. Joseph). Finals -- Barbara Antush and Jim Koval def. Phil and Kathy Antush. RUGS DRY CLEANED Workmanship Without An Equal Most 9xl2 Ruqs are $10.80 Davenport & Chair Cleaned .... $20 Some--Cleaned and Tinted ..... $30 The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. Since 1900 MAIn 3-29S7 CYO swim meet beckons q hopefuls to Tacoma TACOMA Thirty-two races, including free- style, backstroke and breaststroke events, are scheduled for the 1963 Archdiocesan CYO Swim Meet Saturday, August 10, at the University of Puget Sound. Starting time is 1 p.m. The meet is being held for boys and girls from eight to 14 years old. Longest distance is 1O0 meters. Shortest is 25 meters. Twelve events have been classed for novices, Ladies have fun bowling And now more women in the bowling alleys. That's the word from the Bowling League of Christ the King Parish Ladies. Ten teams are definitely in for the 1963-64 season, sched- uled to begin Monday, Sept. 9, at Leilani Lanes, 10201 Green- wood Ave. N. The league will be able to accommodate six more, according to Mrs. R. Carroll ( A g n e s ) Petkovits, league president. THE LEAGUE completed its second year of play with the "Doozies," captained by Mrs. Madeline Ingraham, compiling 30 wins, 17 losses and 18,126 total pins to come out on top of the eight-team circuit. The league, composed of ladies from Christ the King and other northend parishes, will bowl every Monday. Some of the bowlers, and good ones, too, are grandmothers. The youngest league member is a 19-year-old housewife. "And there's a lot of com- raderie that's developed," said Mrs. Petkovits. Mrs. Leslie (Mary) Hick, league sergeant-at-arms and captain of the "Alley Queens," last season had the highest average with 149 pins in 36 games She also rolled the best season series with a 530 score. Other teams and their cap- tains include the "Wobbly Pins" and Mrs. Jenny Sewald from St. Luke's, the "Niners" and Mrs. Marge Cole, the "El Leedros" and Mrs. Edie UI- ricksen and the "Up-n-Atom" and Mrs. Frances Fleming. OTHER LEAGUE officers in- elude Mrs. Bruce (Eleanor) Heiner, vice president; Mrs. Ben E. (Rose) Mitchell, sec- retary; and Mrs. George (Barb- ara) Simpson, treasurer. A league meeting will be held at 12:30 p.m. Monday, August 19, at Leilani Lanes. The league opens September 9 at 12:30 p.m. and closes April 27 with a trophy and prize banquet. New members may apply with Mrs. Mitchell at EM. 2-7233. SCHOLASTIC who are neither affiliated with a swim club nor are AAU card holders. A fee of 50 eents is required with entries submitted no later than Monday, August 5, announced Harry Daly, meet director. Entry blanks should be directed to him at 3915 N. 15th St., Tacoma. His phone number is SK. 9-7131. The CYO swim classic will be held in Tacoma each year, announced Peter G. Hup- perten, CYO athletic director. 18, is a Clover Park High grad- uate from Cabrini. Antush is the winning name in the mixed doubles final match. The combo from St. Jo- seph's was Kathy, 16, St. Leo's High junior, and Phil, 15, Lin- coln High sophomore. She is St. Joseph's social chairman and he, athletic chairman. Kennell.Ellis ] Artist Photographer 1426-5th Ave. MA. 4-0080 616 Olive Way FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Call: JERRY HENTSCHELL .... EM 3-6110 Member of SL Catherine's Parish Res., LA 5-5956 "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 117th and Bothell Way SEATTLE RODEO: SU cadets cop ROTC award FORT LEWIS-- Seattle University won the two top school awards over 40 other full-strength contingents at the annual ROTC encamp- r ment at Fort Lewis. SU Thursday was presented the City of Tacoma award for the school with the highest number of points in the physi- cal test and the Rifle Trophy for the most points in the rifle range competition. SU last year also won the Tacoma prize. John A. Brockliss of Red- mond, B.C., had the highest number of points among 36 SU cadets. Earning rifle expert rating were Fred A. Bruener of Aberdeen and Eugene B. Dal- bey of Gilroy, Calif. JIM HEALY AND RODGER KeeN With state singles, doubles trophies Youths have s00aCe best doubles co Rodger Koon and James Peter Healy. Remember these names. Together they make up the best tennis doubles combination for 12-year-aids and under in the Pacific Norihwest. Alone, Rodger Koon is the class of his age group. His first major title this year was in the Pacific Northwest Tennis Championships in his home city, Tacoma. Together they won the doubles title crown. THEN CAME the Washing- ton State Tennis Tournament singles championship in the 73rd running of the classic in Seattle with Rodger winning. The Koon-Healy tandem got going again to cop the state doubles final, too. And now another for Rod- ger: the British Columbia Clay Courts Tennis Cham- pionships crown, won Satur- day in Vancouver. James did not make the Canadian trip. Rodger, 11, is a sixth grader at St. Patrick's School in Ta- coma and the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Mack Keen, 610 N. 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