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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Sepl. 24, 1%5 ::Litany brings • • ,w00nn00ng TD's By Fred Cordova under another veteran, who should be singled out: Ran Ago- James Merrill, Ran Johnson, stino. He carried the ball 18 Merrill again, Denny Kippen, times and gained 99 yards Tom Harkins, Mike Stapleton against the North Kitsap Vik- and Grog Botch... 1-2-3-4-5-6-7. ings. Dave Segadelli, Mike Fox and .:_ .:. .:_ John Stilnovieh... 1-2-3. Jim Merrill, Prop's junior Jim Anderson! halfback who had accounted for The seven-count: litany was twoTD's against MountlakeTer- the touch-down producing of- race, is the second son of John fort for Seattle Prep's devasta- Merrill, University of Washing, Sing 454 trouncing over Mount- Con's long-time basketball statis- lake Terrace High School, for- tician and a Little League stel- lar Metro League member now wart. , engaged in Western Conference Jim's older brother, John * '. warfare. Jr,, former Prep letterman, The three-count litany was m a d e Stanford University's ..... the "11) power of O'Dea High's traveling freshman football ..... clean-cut 22-0 shut-out over squad last year but is now ' North Kitsap High in Poulsbo devoting his time to rugby at .... territory, the university. He is a pro- " The Anderson ejaculation was reed soph.  St. Martin's High's answer to The Merrills are members of their clamoring fans for a 6-0 St. Paul's Parish in,Seattle. season opening win over Yell High in a Central League fea- ture Flaiole still That Friday may have been well received, by indiscrimin- tops grid acing Catholic high school"foot- ball fans save for two setbacks, point-makers one of which was hard to ac- cept. td pat fg tg tp Dick Fla[ule, BI ......... 2 0 O 14 ":" ":" ":- James Merrill, SP ...... O 0 0 t2 A glorious 10-game winning Jim Anderson, SM ...... a o 0 6 Pal Bennon, O'D ........ o 0 o 6 streak, started in the first game Gr aetch, SP ......... e a g 6 of the 1964 season, came to an Relando Caceres, Sl .... a o a 6 Rick Ellis, BI ..' .......... 0 0 0 6 abrupt end east of the moun- Mtke Fox, O'O .......... o O o 6 'rains. Tom Harklns, SP ........ 0 0 O ,€ THE BLANCHET High School John Jahnsae, sP ........ a p o 6 Ran Johnson, SP ........ o 0 O 6 Braves, kings of both the old Denny Kippen, SP ....... ; S S O 6 1964 Northwest Catholic Asso- Day. saeelll, o'o ...... o 0 s 6 Mike Stapleton, SP ...... 0 0 0 6 ciation and the Western Confer- John $tlinavtch, O'O ...... a o o 6 once domains, tumbled from Dirk Dubbelaor, O'D .... 2 O o 2 Mike Goodwln, SP ........ 2 0 0 2 the unbeaten ranks on a 26-0 KetCh Blume, SP ........ 1 0 O I sour note, provided by Wenat- chee in Apple Blossom Country. The loss is recorded in the current W e s t e r n Conference standings. THE OTHER HAPPENED in Tacoma where Bellarmine High was swamped by Stadium, 32-0 in s Tacoma City League and Capital League contest. .: - -:. .:. This week's forward look: September 24 -- Blanchet at Meadowdale, We; Bellarmine at Centralia; Seattle Prep vs. Cas- cade of Everett at West Seattle' Stadium, WC: and St. Martin's at Oeosta, CL west division. September 25 -- O'Dea vs. Tahoma at West Seattle Stadi- um. Octobei" l--Blanehet at Cos- eade in Everett, WC; Belier- mine at Port Angeles; Seattle Prep vs. Bellingham at West Seattle Stadium, WC; and Man- tesano at St. Martin's, CL west division. October 2 -- O'Dea at Mount- lake Terrace. -:. -:. .:. Prep, winging along a 2-0 won-lost record, has amassed 52 points against the Panthers' opponents' 7. It's a long season but the Panthers may he just the best team of them all this year. O'Dea, jelling under the two- year-old Don Isaacson system, ran to its first season victory This unusual episode occurred Sunday when the CYO held its annual Autumn Rally in St. James Cathedral for teen-agars in the central deanery. A group of Blanches High School students accompanied on guitars the congre- gation, singing well-known Father Rivers hymns. The leader is Mike Williams of St. Luke's, backed up by (from left) Steve Sempel and Kathy Harrison, both of St. Mark's, and Tom Peterson of St. Benedict's. (Progress CYO Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) LBJ salutes Catholic Youth Week tainment of universal peace and good will." The theme is "Youth--an In- strument of Peace" and the ob- servance is scheduled f r o m October 31 to November 7. In a message to Monsignor Frederick J. Stevenson, director of the Youth Department, Na- tional Catholic Welfare Confer- ence, the President said: "I salute your organization for taking up this vital eall and 1 applaud your dedication HAVE YOU VISITED THE NEW KAUFER STORE? t/2 Block East of Worthgnte (Near Junior goat Shop and Glamour-Ella) 539 NE 110th EM 3.6020 | ii HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions te Writing • Farming • Trades Social Work • Clerical Work For information write:- Brother Gilbert Burke, C.SC. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. WASHINGTON, DC (NC)-- President Johnson s a i d the theme of the 19(/5 National Catholic Youth Week "is a timely reminder that men and women of all ages can and s h o u 1 d contribute to the at- Final plans for the 16th annual Scourers Conference are being ironed out by John Jordan (left), chairman of the adult Scout assembly, and John MacDonald, vice chair- man. The conference will be held Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 2.3, in conjunction with the eighth annual Scout- eree af CYO Camp Don Bosco near Carnation. to the ideals and aspirations which have throughout the years festered the growth of our land." "It is my hope that all who participate in National Catho- lic Youth Week will come to a fuller realization of their responsibilities to society," the President wrote. "Realiz- ing these responsibilities, may each according to his abilities and opportunities work for or- der and peace among men." The observance of National Catholic Youth Week was found- ed in lg51 and is sponsored by the National Catholic Youth Federation, nervous or emotional distress... wm help you er a loved one in your hour of need hn these days of tension and anxiety, St. Dymphna, patron- ess of those suffering from nervous or emotional distress, comes to our aid. She stands before God ready to intercede in our behalf. When you find yourself or a loved one trou- bled, call on her.., she wilt surely help you. If you would like as a gift, a blessed medal of St. Dymphna that has been touched to her relic, mail €ou- pan below. St. Dymphna Devotion Franciscan Fathers 20 South Tenth Ave. Mount Vernon, New York Dear Fathers, ease send me, FREE, a blessed medal of St. Dymphna. Neme Street City Z.---State CYO scoreboard Seattle results Soccer MIDGETS V St. Joseph 2, St. Bernadette 2, St. Francis 2, St. Bernadette 2. Lady af Lourdes 16, St. George 0. st. Joseph 1, Sacred Heart (B) 1. St. George 2, St. Joseph B's 1. Lady of Lourdes 6, St. Phllamena 0. compiled. by Pete Webh St. Anne 3, Lady of Fatima 1. Blessed Sacrament 1, St. John 0. St. Margaret A's 3, St. Margaret S's 0. St. Catherine S, Lady of Fatima 1. Assumption A's 3, Assumption S's t. St. Margaret 3, St. John 1. St. Matthew 3, St. Margaret B's 2. Blessed Sacrament 2, St. Anne B's O. --compiled by John Dunlap CADETS St. Joseph 4, Holy Family 1. St. George 6, Lady of Lourdes O. St. Joseph B's 7, 4, St. Bernudelte . Lady of Guoodolupe 9, St, George n's 2. St. George A's 8, St. George B's 0. Lady of Guadalupe 6, Holy Family 2. --complied by Pete Webb St. Anne 3, Lady of Fatima 0. Blessed Sacrament 2, St. John g. St. Margaret 1, St. Mark 0. St. John 1, St. Margaret 0. St. Catherine 4, Lady of Fatima e. Assumption S, Sacred Heart Villa 2. St. Mark 4, St. Matthew o. St. Joseph Whites 2, Blessed Sacra- ment 1. --complied by John Dunlap Flag Football MIDGETS Christ the King 7, St. Luke 6. St. Joseph 12, St. Benedict g. St. Paul 14, Lady of the Lake 0. st. Pius 26, St. Luke 8. st. Edward 49, St. Benedict 6. St. Paul 32, St. John 6. St. Joseph 12, Chrlst the Klng 2. CADETS St. Plus 18, St. John O. St. Benedict 26, St. Luke O, Lady of the Lake 22, Holy Family O. St. Paul 14, Christ the King 6. --complied by Earl Lorrolne FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Car or Truck Call: JERRY HENTSCHELL Member St. Mark's Parish EM. 3-6110 RES. 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