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Can O'Dea derail Blancher, Prep? Going on a lion hunt DAVE HUGHES (right), Bellarmine senior back, packs the football for a short gain before being hauled down by Blanchet's Steve Davis (left) and Pat Healey. Action took place Friday at West Stadium where Blanchet defeated the stubborn visiting Lions, 18-6, in a Northwest Catholic Asso- ciation contest.--(Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib) Procjress in business: UW, WSU marching bands on LP albums Two new record albums will bring the music of two Wash- ington bands to football enthus- iasts on both sides of the Cas- Youth events in progress ' SATURDAY, OCt. 17 -- St. Bernedene's CYO Teen Club, Seattle, south district barn dance, parish auditorium, 1020 S.W. 125th St. and Amboum, 0 p.m. Music, the Dimensions. Admission, 75 cents per person, SI.2S couple, At- tire, leans and fall cottons. SATURDAY, Oct. 17 -- It. Joseph's CYO Loyolans Teen Club, Seattle, car wash, McKales Service Statlon, 17th Ave. and E. Madison St., 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fee, $I per car. Joe Alex, chairman. SUNDAY, Oct. 18 -- H01y Rosary CYO Teen ClUb, Tacoma, pancake breakfast, parish school cafeteria, 8 to 11 a.m. Fee, 50 cents children and codes. 7S cents adults. Louisa Forbes, chair. man. The University of Washington By Jim Murray Only the O'Dea Irish are left. Don Issacson's war- riors, who have been playing like championship contenders lately, are the only Catholic team'left with an opportunity of derailing the high-flying ex- presses of both Seattle Prep and Blanchet. Blanehet, who needs only one more victory to tie the Brave record for winnings, tackles the Irish first this Friday at West Seattle Sta- dium. Kickoff time is 7:30 for the Northwest Catholic Association game. Looking for their sixth win of the sea- son against no defeats, the Braves are heavily favored. O'Dea, however, is a cjues. tton mark, as they have been very impressive in winning their last two starts for an even 2-2 season mark. Johnny Goodwin's Panthers are off and running to another successful season as they up- ended the state's ninth ranked team, Bellingham, in the shocker of the year, 51-7. PREP blitzkrieged the tough Raider defense for three touch- downs within 67 seconds of the opening quarter and the issue was already decided. Prep quarterback Tom Gores led the powerful attack with runs of one yard end touch- down passes of 48 and seven yards to Pat Layman and AI Ohno respectively. Ohno also scored on an Intercepted pass, as did Jim Dusenberry. Jim St. Germain, who sparked the opening drive, and Lanny Ching scored on one-yard 811lr!I1IrHI1rIliTt1H1I1IrI[r1hqE!HCdirFrP1!1L1![!HHH1I;r111r1ir1LH;!j]H!;1Q1ii Norhwes Cahollo Associaion 1964 football League WLT Pct. Blanchet ............. I 0 0 1.000 Seattle Prep ......... 1 0 0 1.000 O'Dea ............... 0 0 0 .000 Bellarmine ........... 0 2 0 .000 Season PF PAWLT Pct. GB 125 32 5 0 O 1.000 -- 117 45 4 0 1 1.000 -- 43 39 2 2 0 .500 32 59 I 3 0 .250 I Varsiy spectacle October 16--O'Doa vs. BlencheS, NCA, West Sea!tin Stadium, 7"30 p.m.; Lincoln at Bellarmlner Tacoma City League, 0 p.m.; Seattle Prep at Cascade In Everett, WC, 0 p.m.; and St. Martin's at Elms, WCL, 0 p.m. October 23 -- eellarmlne vs. O'Dea, Lions Field, Tacoma, HCA, 8 p.m.; So. atria Prep vs. Weaotchee, Wst Sealtle Stadium, WC, 7:30 p.m.; and Sh Mar. fin's vs. Yelm, Stevens Field, Olympia, non-league, 8 p.m. October 24 -- Blancher vs. Everett, West Seattle Stadium, WC, 7:30 p.m. Two Braves pursue Ranger TD PAT F(I TP Jeff Smith, SM ....... 7 1 0 43 Rod Wlnterroth, BI ... 6 4 O 40 Pat Major, BI ........ 6 2 O 311 Jim Hunter, O'O ..... 4 O O 24 Pat Layman, SP ..... 4 0 0 24 Tom Gerel, SP ...... 3 1 0 19 Louis Br'nschwelg, SM 3 0 0 18 Dennis Brennan, Bell . | 0 O 111 Gone Duncan, BI .... 2 1 O 13 Bob Campbell, al .... 2 O O 12 Lanny Chine, SP ..... 2 0 0 12 Tom Dusenbarry, SP . 2 O 0 12 Pat Healey, BI ....... 2 0 0 12 AI Ohno, SP .......... 2 0 0 12 Terry Rogers, SM .... 3 g O 12 John Stllnovlch, O'D . 2 0 0 12 Pat Naughten, SP .,.. O S 0 8 TD PAT PO TP Jim Hannam, IM ..., Jim GIIIIngham, SP .. Tim McDonald, BI ... Start Russell, SM ..... Bill Ouderklrk, SM .. John Petrie, SP ...... Ralph Rlden, Bell .... Jim St. Oermaln, IP . O Joe Staehell, Ball .... 0 Terry Wilkinson, Sp . 0 John R. Wilson, O'O . O Dick Zlska, SP ....... O Bill Hattie, BI ........ $ Don Hawkins, Bell ... 2 :John Feeney, SM .... 0 1 Mike McCann, O'D .. 0 1 Bob Wlckersham, BI .. O 1 I O 7 O O 6 0 O 6 O O 4 O O 6 0 O 6 O O 6 o 6 o 4 o 6 o ,I o i o 3 O 2 o 1 o i o 1 y]tt1i11LitFHHP1lT;11irH11F1PH1+r1HH1PH[1]]trJtPJjt1H;HHH[FHHr1ltPr[iH1l plunges. Ching also scored from five yards out. A capacity crowd at Bel- linghRm's plush Civic Field on Friday was shocked to see the awesome Panther offense. Piling up 427/otal yards, the Panthers used this with a tenacious defense to crush the Bells. The O'Dea Irish, who took a week off, watched Blanchet's seventh-ranked Braves over- come the Bellarmine Lions for their first NCA win last Friday at West Seattle Stadium. LOOKING sluggish and un- impressive, the Braves rode the legs of Rod Winterroth end the arm of Gone Duncan, plus the rugged Blanchet defense, to their fifth straight victory. On the first play from scrim- mage Winterroth churned off tackle for a 60-yard touchdown. Pat Major, Duncan's favorite target, took seven and nine- yard passes to give the BraveB their 18 points. In the fourth quarter Dennis Brennan fought three yards for the lone Bel- larmine teedee in the 18.6 win. The Braves, whose best season WaB In 1968 when sparked by the Touchdown Twins, Steve Todd and Bill Kuhn, won 6, lost 2 and tied the final game with Prep, are almost sure bets to better that record. However after the O'Dea game they still must handle Everett, Belling. ham, and Prep. Last Saturday night the tough St. Martin's Rangers won another close one to clinch n tie at least for the West Central League Crown. The Rangers, winning their fourth in five games, parlayed short runs by Jeff Smith and Jerry Rogers, plus an unpenetratable defense, for their 13-7 win over Ray- mond. THE RANGERS are favored to take Eima this week and further their quest for the Cen- tral League crown. Seattle Pi'ep should win its fifth game against one tie easily against Cascade. The Panthers will be seeking to match BIRnchet's 3.0-0 record in the Western Conference chase. The Catholic preps bettered their record against non-con- ference foes to 16-4-1 this week. Blanehet, rated in beth state polls last week, is ex- eeted to be joined by Prep, umber II in the Associated Press Poll. Radio KETO will broadcast the Blanchet-Everett game at 7:25 p.m. AND SO only O'Dea stands in the way of the most classic game in Catholic football his- tory. That' Would be the Blancher Braves, sporting an 8-0-0 rec- ord, against the Prep Panthers, at 7-0-1. SUNDAY, Oa. 10 -- St. Monlca's Boy Husky Marching Band is tea- Scout Troop, Mercer Island, annual Pope cites Olympians ",4k breakfast, parish hall, S a.m. to 12 tared on a new LP record, "Go cres noon. Admission, children 50 cents, Huskies Go." adults SI and famlly 35. Proceeds, special prelects fund. The other new album, "Cou- Ir, s,neks SUNDAY, Oct. 18 -- Our Lady of Fan. gar Fight So,naB," spotlights ma Teen Club, Seattle, coffee and cake, parish hall, 3301 W. Dravus St., 9 a.m. ta 1 p.m. SATURDAY, Nov. 20 -- Our Lady of kourd keurdeens CYO Teen Club, Seattle, south dlstrlct dance, parish school, 10211 12th Ave. S. Music, the Dimension Five. Admission, $1 per person. Prize of S10 to CYO teen club with most members attending. I "lJliillliaalaaililala the Washington State Univers- ity Cougar Marching Band. Both albums were specially recorded by U and I Sugar Co. for the 1064 football season. The Husky album brings to fans a score of the fight songs, snappy show tunes and colorful new season Another seaon of skiing fun and instruction has been plan- ned for Catholic families at Ski Acres, half a mile east of Snoquaimie Pass, by Ski Pro- fessionals, Inc., of Seattle, one of the Northwest's most re- VATICAN CITY (NC)-- Pope Paul VI called on young athletes participat- ing in the Olympic games in Tokyo under the aegis of a symbolic flaming torch to give to society the bright light of their example. success of the games, and the nations to which they belong, their every desire of prosper- ity, order, justice and peace. "The Church has always re- garded the Olympic games with hlgh hopes, slnee It sees in them a deep and humane significance which must be of welcoming, sanctioning, and elevating everything in human nature that is beau- tiful, harmonious, balanced and strong.-denylng nothing that is human, so as to trans- figure all into exultant certi- tude of redemption. "The Church, as is well FHday, Oct. 16, 1964 THE PROGRESS--If i , , ,,, ,, VINCENTIAN VIP SPEAKS SVP ranks need youths By Fred Cordova The St. Vincent de Paul Society is a world. wide association of Cath. olic laymen, devoted to the personal service of the poor through the spiritual nnd cor- poral works of mercy. Vincentians or "brothers', as they call themselves are adult men. That Is the ready image of these providers. They gen- erally have a steady means of livelihood and stockpile a spir- itual treasury from deeds in- creasing self-sanctification. NOW A new image is being introduced, that of young men and girls who could also pro- vide "spiritual and cultural friendship through love." That is the mission of Amin de Tarrazi, youth consultant of the Council General in Paris. The 34-year-old Frenchman with an excellent command of English was in Seattle Wed- nesday to speak to students at Seattle Prep, O'Dea and Blan- chet High Schools. His hosts were Vincentians of the Particular Council of Seattle. "We would like to inte- grate youth into parish con- ferences," De TRrrazi Hid, "and to bring new blood into all of the society's works." He reminded that the socie- ty, founded in 1833 in France by Frederic Ozanam and his associates, was established "to, gather young men under the banner of love and charity." Out of a total world mem- bership of 300,000 men, the society includes some 130,000 young men and girls, too, who are participating in conferen- ces for boys, girls, mixed and young married couples, They AMIN DE TARRAZI are found all over Europe ad parts of Asia and Africa. "This movement is not new in the United States," De Tarrazi said as he pointed out similar earollments in some parts of the east. Youths are recruited from arishes, factories, military orces, seminaries, high schools, colleges and univers- ities. Their works involve the handicap, delinquents, s ca- men, racial minorities dis- placed persons, catechetical and other parish duties. "Youth in the U.S. may be less matured than those of E u r o p e," the Vincentian youth consultant said. "But then they have not had to suffer war as the Europe- ans. Yet despite the affluent society in which they live, Americans a s k intelligent questions and perform sin- cere acts of charity." De Tarrazi, after visiting par- -ticular councils and speaking to youths in California, Ore- gon and Seattle, will tour the east and Canada before re- turning to Paris, WHILE attending the nat- tional Vincentian convention in St. Louis, he was invited to Seattle by Thomas T. Kobay- ashi, president of the Partlcub lar Council of Seattle. CYO scoreboard a bands of either University have bers congregating at Ski Acres addressed to Peter Cardinal | HEENEY CONSTRUCTION C0. | been available for .the general a public. lmllUllllglllnllglllll Metke Ford Co. ,| The Right Spot fo Buy qJl From the Right Guy/ FALCON I AIRLANE GALAXIE I MUSTANG J THUNDERBIRD / NRw True;ks HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Fatima , St. Anna ;1, St. John 2S. St. Monlca 43, St. Edward 36. Used Gun : llep. Lloyd D. Fewler 10641 N.E. 8th -- GL. 4.14S4 Bellevue Home: SH. 6,7710 Lfl HANI, EY Member HIy Ro,s,ry ParishEdmonas TO SERVE YOU America s all.time Top Total Quality Motor Car Value" RYAN CADILLAC 'CO. Res.--PRospect 8-1981 Sere God Through Tsuch!,g, Youth Wgrk, Missions Writing Farmleg Trades S=l, Work a tier eel Work Fer leformatla wrltal Brother Gilbert Brke G,S.C. Notre Dome High kkoal 13642 Riverside Dr. |h,rmae Oeh;. Calif. Saturdays. On Sndays, high school students assemble for their training classes. Convenient bus transportation is offered both groups wit h schedules arranged at central loading points. Ski Professionals, Inc. is proud to assist in the develop- ment of Catholic families with a program that offers health- ful benefits while bringing young adults closer together with their friends in a sport that appeals to all ages. The Ski Acres program for Catholic families, like all train- ing conducted by this teaching o r g a n i z a t i o n, guarantees teaching methods that provide a clear understanding of sound skiing fundamentals. The facilities at Ski A c r e s, include a ski chalet, groomed slopes, three packing machines and numerous lifts and rope tows. NEXT STEP-NBofC AUTO FINANCING Now that the new 1965 models are shining brightly, you'll want to tke a step toward a new driving experience. Whether the car you decide to Dug is new-or new to you-the next step is an N B of C Auto Loan. You'll find N B df C';s bank financ- f//fl ins rates are Iow and terms agreeable to ([  i your budget. On 1965 models, take up to 36 |1[ [] months tO repay. Ask your dealer, or stop at /\\; '  your nearby N B of C offiCe. Step up to a new car with an N B of C Auto Loan. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE iiiiii ellll ,IOIIAL Oll,Oli, IIUaAXCl 40111"IIATI411 BBtS WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38th and I TACOMA GR. 4-9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA NEW AND USJjD APPLIANG.ES Doi of Tokyo and released here Saturday on the day of the opening of the 18th Olympic games. The Pope expressed the hope that the games "may give sat- isfaction to both the athletes and spectators and produce competitive r e s u l t s of ever- increasing value." "May they help make known and mutually appreei- ated the qualities and virtues of peoples, and unite in bonds of lasting friendship far be- yond the narrow limits of space and time those who paaeefully vie with one an- other for the palm of suc- cess." The Pope called on God to "protect and sustain the be- loved athletes in their physical resistance and in the superior harmony of their moral ener- gy, granting them and those who labor assiduously for the When in Tokyo, bow, don't genuflect TOKYO, Japan -- Catholic visitors to the 1964 Olympic g a m e s should feel right at home in any of the 800 Catholic churches of Japan--if they re- member to bow rather than genuflect. Genuflection has been re- placed by the traditional rev- erential Japanese bow. A I s o missing is the kissing of the bishop's ring. Both changes were made by the Japanese Bishops Can- terence this summer to better adapt liturgical forms to local customs. Bowing, rather than genu- flecting, is the symbol of honor in Japan, and the style of dress here makes it nearly impos- sible for women to genuflect. KISSING in public -- any kind of it -- repels the Jap- anese. The Olympic visitor will find it relatively easy to find Masses, confessions and sermons in his own language, reports Father Graham P. McDonnell, M.M., of Southfield, Mich. The Catholic Olympic Com- mittee, which is set up in two of the major Tokyo ho- tels, has prepared a folder showing how to find the Catholic ehurehes. This football type, after an absence of 12 years, is being played by seven cadet teams in the CYO Tacoma League. Opening highlights included Visitation swamping St. Leo's, 26-0, as Lifo Badillo scored 40 and 50-yard runs for the win- ners. Gary Grass intercepted a Holy Rosary pass and ran for 30 yards and a touchdown to lead Sacred Heart to a 6:0 win. The league is being directed by 3eft Buhr, CYO Tacoma athletic director. Tacoma resulfs Volleyball CADETTES St. Leo, 15-15-15, St. Ann Jr. 8-10-11 Holy Rosary 1|-15-1|, St. Patrl Jr. 140.8. St. Ann Jr. 1S-1S4, Holy RoSary 44.1S St. Ann ,%1". 1S-1|,1S, St. Patrick Jr. 7. 1.10 St. Patrick Sr. 15-15-15, Sacred Heart 3-3-1 vi|ngllon 1|-15-1|, St. Lee It-IF4 Tackle football CADETS St. Ann 7, St. Patrick 6 Sacred Heart 4, Holy Rosary 0 Visitation 26, St. Lee g Open College ROME (NC) -- The Cnnven- tqal Frnciscans have opened a new international college and theologute here. SlaBBed Sacrament 45, Sl. Morgarat 24. St. Joseph 34, Mount Virgin . Holy Family over Haly Rosary (fortelt) St. George 31, Holy RosaryllL St, Francis 3, Holy Family I#). St. Bernadefle 36, St. LOUISe 24. St. Paul 49, St. Anthony 24. Lady of the Lke Sl, St. Piu 13. St. Catherlne 37, St. Mark 3. St. Luke 41, Chrl|t tha King 24. Flag football MIDGETS Lddy ef tha Lake 0, St. Plus 0. St. Luke 26, St. John 0. Christ the King O, Holy Family (K) O, CADETS Immaculata 12+$t. Monlco 3. St. Joseph 0, Mount Virgin g. Holy Rosary Q, St. Paul O. Lady of the Lake 24, A.umptlon ?. St. John S, St. Luke 6. Holy Family (K) 6, Christ the Kln00. MIDGETS St. George $, St. Bernadette 2. St. Francis 4, St. Phllomena 1. St. Joseph 1, Lady of Laurdes 1. Brlscoe 3, Holy Family 2. St. Catherlne 4, St. Matthew B'a !+ Assumption A's 4, St. John 0. St. Anne A'S 2, St. Matthew A'I I. St. Mark 6, Assumption B'S I. Blessed Sacrament I, Lady of Fat|ms O. St. Margaret 3, St. Anna B'e O. St. Phllomena 3, Lady of Guadalupe 0. St. George 4, St. Francis O. St. Mark 6, Holy F=mily (K) 1. CADETS St. Catherine 10, Cathedral O. Assumption 3, St. John 1. St. Anne 8, St. Maflhows 0, acred Heart VIlla over St. Mark (forfeit). Blessed Saeroment 1, Lody of F4tlmo O. St. Cearge 7, St. Bernadette 2. ' " St. Franc)s 3, Lady of Guodalupe 1. Holy Family 4, St. Edward 0. St. Joseph $, Lady of Louda O. St. George S; St. Frencls 0." Lady at Gpldolupe 3, St. Eclward Q. Brlscqe 2, Holy pamlly 2, Brisoe jumps gun on basketball BROTHER F, P, Delamere helps four of the boys at Bris- cos Memorial School prepare for the coming CYO basket- ball season. The boys are Earl, 14; Larry, 12; Bob, 14; and James, 14. United Good Neighbor contributions provide 26,614 of the school's 1.964 budget of $158,546. --(UGN Phoa by ]#ck Fleming) a--z alTH FUEL COMPANY 1910 COMMERGE ST., TACOMA MA 7,3151 HOME HEATING, SPECIALISTS Mark Doll;var. Prat. Good Th+ngs  I"l oppened d " W00e. People EVERETt MAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mlnd I' Sarvlca for el! of yovr dry laaqlng Bnd shirt I,undry nsadt. VALETOR CLEANERS '& SHIRT SERVICE AL 9-6116 Grand & Wall I Candy Sate aids band JIM FAVFRO, sord,g his drum major's unifona for Blanchet High Sdaol' 3i,member Gseli Pil Bd, ;IC- Opts a chocolate bar fm Craig DI4c (left)  launch the archdioceat choal s 10th anngai Chariots Campaiig. The sale of 67,000 candy bacs wi!l he held this Friday through  Tgady and will bencfi the school s propoml* b'and and other educational needs. The drummer is "Dve Chert. D..can and Jackia Duggla, hath seniors, are sale c-chairmen. The band will he tlscd for all school fcpoa and other special 0ccasiolls t!er the direction of John Carlton Wilds.