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IO--THE PROGRESS 2: CYO ds 0 F0000doy sop, 27 ,963 Panthers, Rangers lead grid flock: Tacoma nee Husky :;talwarts 13 remain in unbeaten ranks 'hotter' sports Catholic VIP grid alumni TWO LUMINARIES in the 1963 University of Washing. ton football team of interest to Catholic fans are Rick Red- man (left) and Ron Medved. Redman, 210-pound junior guard from Blanchet, last year reaped UPI All-Coast and Big Six first team honors and gained AP and UPI All- American honorable mentions. He hasn't let down on the gridiron. In Saturday's UW opening season 40-7 loss to . Air Force, Redman punted four times for 159 total yards  or 39.8 per try to place him fourth in current Big Six sta- tistics. And he was a demon both ways for the Huskies, Starting his first game as a sophomore at halfback, Medved  carried the ball seven times for a net average of 36 and a  5.1 average--eighth in the Big Six. A former Bellarmine ,, great as well in basketball and baseball, Medved is the . Huskies' better soph prospect who may keep a starting role, 00What are Lyceum Interrogatory? TACOMA-- : What are a Lyceum and In- terrogatory? According to the CYO west-  ern deanery, they are a two- hour intellectual romp -- re- served this Sunday for some 260 teen club officers and adult advisors at Visitation Parish Hall, S. 58th and Warner St. The training course is de- signed to give the officers two i: hours of "very intense" in- Marian Award: Care of Papal flag and display As an aid to Marian Award candidates in fulfilling one of, their examination requisites, The Progress publishes the fol- lowing information on the Papal flag and its display with the source from the National Catholic Almanac: The Papal flag consists of two equal vertical stripes of yellow and white, charged with i struction in leadership, par- the insignia of the Papacy or ipose of the CYO, duties and tiara over two crossed keys, xesponsibilities of officers and one of gold and one of silver, methods of achieving the ulti- tied with a red cord and two mate goal in operation of the flassels. various offices in the CYO, an- 0anced deanery president Jim i Doerty of St. Edward's in Shelton: : The proceedings will begin at 2:30 p.m. O'DEA vs. TAHOMA ?:25 TONIGHT BLANCHET vs. CASCADE 7:55 SAT. PECK'S EATING komfort aire, inc, HEATING OILS BURNER SERVICE LENNOX FURNACES VACU-FLO Built-in Vacuum Cleaning System The three-fold division of the crown represents the teaching, sanctifying and rul- ing offices of the pope. The keys symbolize the power to bind and loose on earth and in heaven. The yellow stripe hangs next to the flagstaff. The Papal flag is a national flag inasmuch as it is the standard of Supreme Pontiff as the sovereign of the State of Vatican City. It is also uni- versally accepted by the faith- ful as a symbol of the supreme spiritual authority of the Holy Father. The National F 1 a g Code states that the American flag must on all occasions take pre- cedence over the flags of other nations; this includes the flag which is the emblem of the Pope as a temporal ruler. . Therefore, in processions of a non-liturgical character, as in a parade, the American flag sSould take preeedeaee and be carried on the march ing right, in conformity with the code. In church, the Papal flag is customarily p I a c e d on the Epistle side.. One authority is of the opin- ion that in strictly liturgical use the Papal flag, regarded only as a symbol of spiritual authority, may be given the place of honor in the same manner in which the chaplain's flag is given the place of honor during times of divine service according to regulations of the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force. According to Mrs. Celeste Newman, archdiocesan chair- man, all Marian Award scrapbooks are due October 4. Oral examinations will be held October 26 at Holy Names Academy and the award presentation Novem- ber l0 at St. James Ca- thedral. Buy or Lease Car or Truck Be Sure and Call PAT O'BRIEN at BOTHELL CHEVROLET IN AUBURN "Liffle Detroit of the West" TE 3-2000 I I TA 4-1177 SK 2-884?  Tacoma AD. 2-1212 EAST SIDE AT. 2-1315 Three schools in the Archdiocese t h i s week are among the state's un- beaten high school football teams. The elite are: The Seattle Prep Panthers, tmscored in two games. The St. Martin's Rangers, twice showing off a tremend- ous offensive power. The Bellarmine Lions, lead- ing the Northwest Catholic Association with a slim one- game victory. Here's how they appeared that way: Bellarmine 13, O'Dea 0 Two touchdowns in the first half Friday were all Bellar- mine needed to capture a 13-0 opening NCA victory over visiting O'Dea on the Lions' Memorial Field in Tacoma. "Joltin'" Joe Lynn and Pat Kennedy turned in the offensive punch before the Lion line held the Irish scoreless the next two quart- ers. Kennedy started the scoring with a punt-return from his 39 to O'Dea's 16 and then on the next play scampe/'ed to his left for the touchdown in the first quarter. LYNN IN the second quarter went around his right end for 77 yards and the final TD. Chalking up 126 yards in eight fire-half carries. Lynn twisted a neck muscle in the third quarter. He'll be ready for action when the Lions meet Stadium this Friday. Despite the scoring thrusts of Kennedy and Lynn, the Irish line turned in a few heroic acts of its own. O'Dea held Bellarmine in the open- ing moments at the Irish one- yard line when the Lions lost the ball on downs. The Lions in the second ball could only budge 27 yards in 15 attempts. There were no pass competions in the second game with the Irish trying two and the Lions six. Both teams inter- cepted one pass. Add four to CYO teens list Ilflli!]ilil=I I II11!1 H;I!!iPH ill!If Ill  'l llIIIl!l;lll]l[ III IlilriTfll,]flHlri;gfilHtil lill;;l]11 Wenatchee 13, Blanchet 7 SEATTLE "lVe Make 1Varm Friends" ii i i i I1111111tllllllfll[llflIllllllITilllllll Illl Illl IIIIIIIlillllI Illfl II;lllllilIlllllliIIIllltIIII Illlil Illl [11 Change i of Address - When notifying The Progress of change of address be . sure to mention the old and :; new address. Our mailing i; llst must be made up in ; advance and we cannot r guarantee regular delivery  of he paper during such i " change of address unless  notice is received 10 days ! in advance. ::i THE PROGRESS :: Circulation Dept. S- 907 Terry Avenue  i Seattle 981.04 , i ; MAin 2.8880  I;IHllttll;llJlilllll!lll[nl[lIHlll[I ff[lllllll[ltffllfflffllIHlIHl[ll[llfflll[llliIIIIIllllfflllfllt ii 1 Classes Begin i I so00, 30-oo00 co00.=  ! * Choice o Students o i ! ! NORTHWEST Since 1910 '!i i Sh & Virginia MA 4-7154 Northwest Catholic Association football League Season W L T Pet. PF PAW L T Pet. GBL Bellarmine ...... 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 1 0 0 1.000 Seattle Prep .... 0 0 0 .O00 52 0 2 0 0 1.000 Blanchet ........ 0 0 0 .O00 7 39 0 2 0 .000 O'Dea ........... 0 I O .O00 0 20 0 2 0 .000 1 This week's varsity spectacles 'September 27 -- Stadium at Bellarmine, Tacoma City League: O'Dea vs. Tahoma at West Seattle Stadium, non-league; Seattle Prep at Everett, Western Conference; and St. Martin's vs. Turn- water at Olympia's Stevens Field, Central League. September 28--Blanchet vs. Cascade at West Seattle. WC. October 4 -- Bellarmine vs. Seattle Prep at West Seattle, NCA; Blanchet at Bellingham, WC; O'Dea at Lakeside, non- league; and St. Martin's at Yelm, non-league. High school point-makers TD PAT TP TD PAT TP Steve Conklln, SP ........ 2 3 15 Pat Knelp, SM ........... 1 0 6 Grog Caputo, SP ........ 2 O 12 Mike Larson, SP ......... 1 0 6 Jeff Smith, SM .......... 2 0 12 Joe Lynn, Bell ............ 1 0 6 Mark Boulanger, SP ..... 1 0 6 Terry Rogers, SM ........ 1 0 Mark Clark, SP .......... 1 0 6 Stan Russell, SM ......... 1 0 6 Larry Cook, SP .......... 1 0 6 Jim Bourgene, BI ......... 0 1 i Gone Duncan, BI ......... ! 0 6 Ken Hordyk, SM ......... 0 1 1 Jim Hannam, SM ......... 1 0  Steve Kneeshaw, Bell ..... 0 1 1 Pat Kennedy, Bell ........ I 0 6 Pat Naughton, SP ........ 0 1 1 Time ran out Friday for the Blanchet Braves in Wenatchee as the host Panthers took a 13-7 opening Western Confer- ence triumph. THE BRAVES, engineered by Gene Duncan--one of. the survivors of the state cham- pionship basketball squad, drove from their own 17 to Wenatchee's 37 in six plays before the final gun sounded. Duncan, a junior quarter- back, got Blancher to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter with a 20-yard TD ran. Jim Bour- gette converted on a run. BUT WENATCHEE bounced back with TD's in the second and third quarters. Blanchet outscored the Pan- thers, 94-40, in pass yardage but was outrushed, 247-100. Seattle Prep 26, Mount Vernon 0 Seattle's Prep's Panthers Bellarmine's i n i t i a I full length varsity contest also marked the successful debut of Mike Silvey, the Lions' new head coach. St. Martin's 19, White Pass 6 There's never been a more joyous opening football season since 1960 than this year at St. Martin's in Olympia. The Rangers are riding on a two-game win streak, scor- ing six TD's to the opponents' one for a 37-6 point spread. Number Two came Friday with a 19-0 victory over White Pass in Randle. Though a non-league game, White Pass is considered a contender in the Ceatra/ League's east division. The Rangers are in the west divi- sion. Stun Russell, 5-10 junior half- back from Seattle, capped a 12-play 90-yard drive with a 25-yard run to the end zone in the first quarter. Ken Hordyk, a senior veteran full- back from Port Angeles, made the conversion. SHOOTING OFF tackle for Scouteree is only one week away 68 yards and another "I'D in the third quarter was Jeff Smith, a junior halfback from Mercer Island. Pat Kneip, senior halfback from Tacoma, closed out the scoring with a five-yard dive. The Rangers completely dominated the game by netting 327 yards to the White Pass' 89. Other stalwarts on Monty Walker's 1963 edition of the Rangers include Hank Lees, a senior guard from Metaline Falls; Louis Braunschwcig, junior guard from Kent; John Feeney, junior end from Seattle; Jim Hannam, another touchdown- making junior quarterback-end from Portland; John Gallagher, junior center from Everett; Jeff Reynolds, junior tackle from Gig Harbor; Mike Yost, sophomore end from Aber. deen; and Terry Rogers, a promising sophmore end from Leagview who also has one TD to his credit this sea- son. Assisting Walker is Dale Behles and former Ranger star Joe Monroe. like the figure, zero. The last digit, of course, is reserved for opponents. For the second eonseeutive weekend, Seattle Prep has turned in a 26-0 winning vic- tory with Friday's seore over visiting Mount Vernon at West Seattle Stadium. Again it was Steve Conklin, turning in a TD and a conver- sion to up his scoring total to 15 points this season. His tally was the second in the first quarter on a four-yard keeper from the quarterback glot. Greg Caputo, another TD. maker, started it off with a 46-yard gallop off right guard on Prep's fourth play of the game. Mark Clark added the third on a PaSS from Conklin 18 yards out. Another Mark, Boulanger this time, dove from the three for the last TD in the third period to cap a Prep 71-yard nine-play drive. Seatle Prep, still looming as the best of the Archdiocese, plays for keeps in a WC fea- ture this Friday against host Everett. SUZANNE JOHN GUICHARD MERRILL  "'.ii! i ..::!i!:" CARON DOUG DWYER ARTHUR Four Seattle youths have been nominated by the Carroll Club for CYO Teen-Agers of the Year honors. They are Suzanne Guichard of Holy Rosary CYO Teen Club' and John Merrill of St. Paul's, both for July CYO Teens of the Month awards; and Caron Ma- rie Dwyer of Assumption and Doug Arthur of Blessed Sacra- ment for June. All are 17 years old. Suzanne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth GaS- chard, 3619 44th Ave. S.W. A 1963 graduate of Holy Rosary, she will attend Gonzaga Univer- sity this fall on a scholarship. Past spiritual chairman of her club, the honor student was ac- tive in the National Forensic League, debate, chorus and Junior Orthopedic Guild. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Merrill Sr., 7530 S. Lakeridge Dr. A senior at Seat- fie Prep, he was St. Paul's president last year and also served as south district vice president. At Prep John was on the football and track teams, the school play and was also student newspaper and year book sports editor. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam T. Dwyer, 5205 36th Ave. N.E., Caron is a senior at Blanchet High School. Club cul- tural chairman last year, she is active in the CCD, Legion of Mary and Blanchet's Glee, Sac- risty and Pep Clubs. A Roosevelt High School graduate, Doug is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Arthur, 5331 8th Ave. NE. C 1 u b athletic chairman and past north district treasurer, he c o a C h e d CYO grade school basketball, and served on Roosevelt's sports booster, ethical conduct and public relations committees. The sixth annual Catholic Scouteree will be held Sat- urday and Sunday, Oct. 5-6, in CYO Camp Don Bosco near Carnation. Scouts from throughout the Archdiocese will participate in a patrol type competition in all phases of scouting. Scouts will also learn about" the Ad Altare Dei and Pope Plus XII for Explorers Awards. Camp sites will be pro- vided with boys expected to b r i n g water containers, shovels, axes, bedding, toilet articles, food, cooking equip- ment, tents and other items necessary for a camporee. The Seauteree will precede the 14th annual Seauters Con- ference, scheduled November 8-10 at Camp Don Besco. St. Luke's has new Athletic Association To keep abreast with the expansion of the CYO program at St. Luke's Parish, an ath- letic association has been formed with Bob Griesel elected the new president. Other officers are Ken Klein, vice president; Mrs. Frances Vidoni, secretary;  an d Ed Masterson, treasurer. Father Joseph Marquart is priest moderator. St. Luke's new organization was patterned after similar groups at St. John's and As- sumption. Included among the imme- diate .projects are the inclu- sion of bantam sports, a broad- er girls program and the re- conditioning of the p a r i s h school athletic field. Drawing an initial 65 fam- ilies to its first meeting, the group is scheduling general meetings every fourth Monday of every third month, starting in October. .............................. ;::i::::  !i:i :::: i i iTi:; ........ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :ii:.::i: ...... ::::!!!. .!i i:: .......... :i!iiiiii:::i:: :, .::,-'.'...:::::? ..:,:.:.::::.:: .... ,,,,- . : - . ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Centralia all.stars FOUR BOYS of St. Mary's Parish in Centralia shared honors with their Little League All-Star team, winning four out of five post-season tournament games. Proudly display. ing their all-star jackets (from left) are Gregory Baker, Tony Ricardo, Stephen Isaacson and Gregory Walls. The four Were among those honored at a luncheon by Centralia's Chamber of Commerce, Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs. 'For me hard DAVAO, Philippines (NC)-- At a basketball game between the Maryknoll Fathers here and a local Filipino team, the home team was taking a decided beat- ing from the taller American quintet. The American team was led by Father Dave J. Rezek, a 6-4 Maryknoller from Hinsdale, I11., who commanded all the play off the backboards. At half time. with the score hopelessly lopsided, one of the spectators approached t h e Maryknoll team with an inter- esting proposal: 'Since you Padres are so big and we are so small, eouldn't you raise the basket on your end and lower it on our side?" Needless to say, his sugges- for you easy' tion was rejected by the ref- eree as the Maryknollers went on to rack up their sixth straight win against no losses. Shuster To Speak To Educators COLUMBUS, 0 h i o (NC)-- George N. Shuster, assistant to the president of Notre Dame University, will be the princi- pal speaker at the first con- vention of the newly formed Ohio Catholic Educational As- sociation here October 10 and 11. Monastic Schedule Monks of the Trappist Order work and pray from 2:15 a.m. to 7 p.m. KETO football GEORGE E. Cooper,'spoGs director for Seattle Radio Station KETO (1590 kc.) is the play-by-play an- nouncer of KETO's ex- panded coverage of Seattle Catholic high school foot- ball games this year. Twelve games at West Seattle Sta- dium are on the docket with air times at 7:25 p.m. The Blanchet- Everett contest in Everett will also be heard live at 7:55 October 25. A graduate of Richland's Co. lumbia High and Washing- ton State University, Cooper has served on radio staffs in Wenatchee and Olympia. Sponsorships of these Catho- lic high games with the first known c o m p I e t e season radio coverage are still avail- able with KETO. Supplying the games' color commen- tary is George Edgar, sta- tion manager and a mem- ber of St. Louise's Parish, Bellevue. Starting broadcast time for Saturday's Blan- chat-Cascade game is 7:55 p.m. First Cardinal When Pope Paul VI was Arch- bishop of Milan, he was the first cardinal named by the late Pope John XXIII. He 'went fhat.a.way to renew his subscription to The Progress! line to Seattle By RAY RYAN (Fourth in a series of archdiocesan CYO athletics.) Communications between Seattle and Tacoma, at least on the subject of CYO athletics, appear to be on something less than a "hot line" basis. Jeff Buhr, the burr-headed former Bellarmine High gridder now directing Tacoma's Catholic sports wheel, bristles in sev- eral places other than his scalp at the mere mention of publicity, or lack of it, generally accorded the lively and highly competitive program currently thriving under his wing. For example, at the risk of leaking classified information we feel obliged to report that Tacoma played host to an archidi- ocesan swimming meet last month. To the chagrin of Bahr and his hard-working staff, the meet was conducted in virtual secrecy. The big splash in Ta- eema caused nary a ripple in the Queen City. But another seamn is upon us, and the monthly packet steaming northward from Commencement Bay brings word that the wraps are about to come off a shiny new campa!gn of fall sports in the City of Destiny. FLAG FOOTBALL and volley ball, in the cadet and cadette divisions, respectively, will once again be Buhr's feature at- tractions. Jeff hopes to beef up the autumn slate with the ad- dition of soccer for boys in the midget division. Flag football teams from eight of Tacoma's 10 parishes commence butting heads this Sunday with Visitation's three-time champions occupying the hot seat. Each of Visitation's titles came only after a tie-breaking playoff, last year's being against St. Lap's. Buhr looks for another dogfight among several con- tenders this time, but gives St. Ann's a wafer-thin edge as likely to carry Tacoma's banner into the archdiocesan playoff against the Seattle champion. The latter subject ranks with publicity as a sore point among Taeomans. Not since 1959, when Tacoma's Rosary tied Seattle's St. Edward's, has the City of Destiny had even a piece of the archdiocesan title. In the past four years the drubbings absorbed by the Tacomans have grown progres- sively worse. Continuation of this tread could lead Seattleites to claim permanent possession of Mount Rainier. 'In Visitation's behalf, it must be chronicled that in last year's game the Tacoma club was at a distinct disadvantage. As mentioned in an earlier column, Seattle flag football teams wear no pads. In Tacoma, shoulder pads were introduced last season and helmets will become mandatory in 1963. The 1962 inter-city match was played without pads; thus the Visitation collarbones were exposed for the first and only timl of the season. Buhr has no intention of subjecting the 1963 coma champion to a similar situation. EIGHT PARISHES ars also expected to vie for the cadette volieybaU crown currently held by St. Ann's. The volleyball season will consist of a double round-robin schedule in contrast to the single round-robin for the gridders. One cannot seriously imagine any rational human being attempting to prognosticate the results of a girls' volleyball season. Jeff Buhr is a rational man. Heading the flag football commission is Joe Maplethorp, several years a eoaeh and currently athletic director at Ann's. Mrs. Alma Steward, a coach of like stature at Holy Rosary, is the volleyball commissioner. Bahr hails from St. Leo's, where he, too, has spent a number of years in the coaching ranks. Plans for midget soccer remain tentative, but 'Jeff expects at least three or four parishes to field teams for a mid-October opener. Any attempt at an archdiocesan playoff will probably have to await the 1964 campaign. Come basketball season, Buhr lools for all 10 of Tacoma' / parishes to be represented. Granted sound lines of communmaJF tion, the doings of the down-sound dribblers will be duly chron- icled. (Editor's note--It seems that Ray Ryan p|eked up some faulty information while preparing his recent article on the flag football season. Ray named Christ the King as defending midget champions, when in reality that honor belongs to St. Paul's, not only in football but in basketball and baseball as well. Ray's error was amply brought to his attention. He's a member of St. Paul's Parish.) CYO scoreboard Seattle resuHs Flag football MIDGETS St. Paul 24, St. Edward 0. St. Luke 6, Assumption 0. Christ the King 19, Lady nf Lake 6. CADETS St. Teresa 26, St. Louise 0. St. John 29, Assumption 0. St. Luke 12, Christ the King 0. St. Joseph 12, St. Matthew 0. Soccer MIDGETS St. Francis 1, Brlscoe 1. Lady of Lourdes 0, St. Bernndette 0. St. George 1, Holy Family 0 (forfeit). St. Joseph 4, St. Louise 0. CADETS Brlscoe 4, St. Francis 1. Lady of Lourdes 2, St. Bernadette T. St. George 1, Holy Family (forfeit). St. Joseph 4, Cathedral 1. Be sure to keep up with the latest in CYO news. Read The Progress each week. PA. 5-4111 RAY RYAN Bagnarl01 Cahlll & Assoc. All Kinds of Insurance FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Car or Truck Call: JERRY HENTSCHELL Member St. Catherine's Parish EM. 3.6110 n RES. LA. 5-$9S6 " I "FLEET'; CHEVROLET, INC. = I 117th & Bothell Way , Seattle I D I "Please call Main 2-2322 I need a Mommy and Daddy" 111/(N'$ COMMITIE[ fOR N|G,O 100,|101iS 4