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8--THE PROGRESS Friclay, Nov. T, '1963" Records don't mean a thing in 39th Prep-O'Dea grid classic By Fred Cordova '"""""'""""""""""""]""'"'"'""''*""""""'""''"'""''"""`*""'"''"'*"""""""''""3"*"""'*"''"'"""`"'"j"*"*""n League and Capital League game and St. Martin's (3-4-0) at High school point-makers Montesano in a West Central League contest. For 38 years, like jealous tomcats, the Seattle Prep Panthers and the O'Dea Irish have competed and sometimes fought with each other for athletic, and academic excellence. This coexistence, always piquant and unsettling, has produced two generations and the beginning of a third that will never succumb to passivity nor settle for less than victory. Thus, are the makings of the Northwest's oldest and vener- able archrivalry, put forth under the auspices of Seattle's two oldest Catholic high schools for boys. The stage is again ready this Friday on the West Seattle Stadium gridiron for the 39th football meeting of Seattle Prep (7-0-0) and O'Dea (1-4-1). Principals this year include: SEATTLE PREP'S Steve Conklin, Greg Caputo, Mark Bou- langer, Mark Clark, Dennis Dorratcague, Mike Larson, Jim St. Germain, Mike Sanntry, Pat Naughton, Hugh Bangasser, Mike Sorensen, Bob Geraghty, Dick Sandstrom, Dave Ruoff, Steve Bonney and Company. O'DEA'S Dick Hill, John Callan, Bob Parmele, Gary Susak, Bill Donohoe, Rick Terracino, Mike Sands, Brian Englin, Mike McCann, Ed Dolejsi, Wayne Ambrose, Louis Sores, Bob Watanabe, Mike Gilmore and Company. The stakes are the positioning in the Northwest Catholic As- satiation and the pride of students, faculties and alumni, both certified and subway, of both institutions of learning. The scales tip heavily, though blindly, in the favor of the Panthers. These are some of the reasons. Seven straight victories so far this season . . . in order of appearance, Prep victims are Blanchet (2(;-0), Mount Vernon (26-0), Everett (7-6), Bellarmine ((33-6), Bellingham (28-7), Cascade (27-0)and Wenatchee (13-6) . . . for a team cumulative point total of 160 in 24 touchdowns and 16 successful conversions as opI$osed to the opponents' point total of 25 in four touch- downs and one successful conversion. On the other side, the O'Dea story reads: One win (Tahoma, 19-13) and one tie (Federal Way, 12.12) . . and four losses at the hands of Burlington.Edison (7-0), Bellarmine (13-0), Lakeside (20-0) and Blanchet (19-7) . . . for a team cumulative point total of 38 on six touchdowns and two successful conversions as opposed to the opponents' point total of 84 on 13 touchdowns and six conversions. MATHEMATICALLY, the Panthers should win by a score of 21-7. Conversely or miraculously, it could be in O'Dea's favor if the Irish have the same gumption as the 1961 O'Dea squad TD PAT FG TP TD PAT FG TP Steve Conkfln, SP ...... 6 14 0 S0 NIck Kenny, BI ........ 1 0 0 6 Grog Caputo, SP ....... 6 0 O 36 Put Knelp, SM ......... 1 o 0 6 Larry Cook, SP ........ 4 0 0 24 Mike Larson, SP ....... i O 0 6 Guno Duncan, al ....... 4 0 0 24 Steve Mathlas, SM ...... 1 0 0 6 Pat Malor, Sl ........... 4 o 0 24 Terry Rogers, SM ...... 1 O 0 6 Jeff Smith, SM .......... 3 1 0 19 Stun Russell, SM ....... 1 0 O 6 Joe Lynn, Sell ......... 3 0 O 18 Jim St. Germoln, SP...1 O 0 6 Red Wlnterroth, Sl ..... 3 O O 18 Mike Suuntry, SP ...... 1 0 0 6 Mark Boulanger, SP....2 0 O 12 Mike Whims, Sl ........ 1 O 0 6 John Callas, O'D ....... 2 O 0 12 Steve Kneeshaw, Oell...0 4 0 4 Mark Clark, SP ........ 2 0 0 12 Dan Stokke, Sl ......... 0 4 0 4 Jim Hannam, SM ....... 2 0 0 12 Pat Naughten, SP ...... O 2 0 2 Dick Hill, O'D ......... :2 0 0 12 Gory Susak, O'D ....... 0 2 0 2 Pat Kennedy, Bell ...... 2 0 0 12 Grog Cox, SM .......... 0 ! 0 1 Bob Permele, O'D ...... 2 0 g 12 Ken Hordyk, SM ....... 0 1 0 1 Jim Bourgette, Sl ...... ! 3 0 9 Mike Mast, SM (tackle for safety)...2 Den. Dorratcague, SP.I O 0 6 IflIJllfl l/Ill r ffl IIII I Ilfflllff l i If fllfflilI[lllflllf H lfffllJHliffll fffffilllfll ffllf flllJ f lff r lIfllfflfff fill fff f fff tiff If If fffIfllf flllfl[llffllHllll[ll lf f flfllJfflIlllllllllt[lll f llllfllflfllfff [PIIIffllffli;ll (2-6-11 which valiantly held the Panthers team (4-2-3) to a 6-6 tie. That mud-grimed memorabilia at West Seattle Stadium some- what broke a 13-year O'Dea losing cause started when these two antagonist had battled to a 6-6 tie in 1946. Thirty-eight meetings since 1926 have been played and are still being replayed in some alumni quarters. The Panthers have won 28 games. The Irish have taken into account six contests. Four others have ended in tasteless ties. Cumulative points also favor the Panthers, 542- 174. Since 1926, games have been played every year except in 1954. TWO GAMES in one season were scheduled twice. In 1940, Prep knocked O'Dea, 6-2, but the Irish came back in the second game to outlast Prep, 31-26. The first 1945 game ended in a 0-0 no-settler but Prep eked out a 6-0 victory the second time around. Building on 1946's 6-6 tie, Prep began its present voodoo spells on the Irish in 1947 with a 46-7 trouncing. It's been that long *and frustrating for the Iirish. John Michael Goodwin, came to Prep in 1948 and has yet to see one of his football teams lose to O'Dea. That 1961 tie was the closest Goodwin's Panthers got to being skinned alive for an Irish stew. Should Prep win this Friday, it would be Goodwin's 85th victory at Jesuit Bluff in 141 games, that includes 12 ties. On the other hand if the Irish break the bewitching spell, it will be William Joseph Gilmore's first triumph over Prep and his 11th win in 32 games, including two ties, at the Irish Christian Brothers' fortress. KICK-OFF time is at 7:30 p.m. In case of a flat tire on the way down to West Seattle, you can catch the game on Radio KiTe (1590 kc.) at 7: 25. Other spectacles This Friday--Wilson at Bellarmine (1-4-0) in a Tacoma City This Saturday--Blanchet (4-3-0) vs. Stadium at West Seattle in a non-league encounter. (KETO broadcast time at 7:25). November 8---Bellarmine at Mount Tahoma, TCL and CL; Blanchet vs. Prep, NCA and Western Conference, at West Seattle; O'Dea at Ferndale, non-league; and St. Martin's at Eatonville, non-league. Only 13 digits In games played Friday in three sectors, only 13 points were shoved across the goal line in favor of three Catholic clubs. And that 13 came from Seattle Prep, collecting its seventh straight on a 13-6 decision over host Wenatchee in a Western Conference game. The Blanchet Braves suffered a bad night and a 20-0 shut-out at the hands of host Everett in another WC contest. The St. Martin's Rangers also had a lost weekend by drop- ping their fourth Central League game and absorbing their third pointless defeat, 19-0, at the hands of host Chehalls. Both O'Dea and Bellarmine were idle last weekend. LARRY COOK set up Prep's initial first half touchdown with a 34-yard run. Steve Conklin, leading by a far margin all high school scorers, made his sixth TD of the year by capping the 78-yard drive on a five-yard quarterback-keep. Dennis Dorratcague, 182-pound veteran senior end, scored his first TD of the year by snatching a 15-yard Conklin pass in the end zone. Conklin made his 50th point of the season with a successful conversion run in the second quarter. In the second half, Prep settled down to defense and limited Wenatchee in the entire game to 159 net yards in rushing and passing while accumulating 188 in the same departments. The Panthers lead the WC with a 4-0-0 record. Everett is second. Blancher has a 2-2 mark. Two names loom in the heroes list in the St. Martin's Chehalis affair: Tom Katyrniuk, 195-pound fullback who scored all 19 points for the winners; and Louie Braunschweig, 173- pound junior tackle from Kent, who was in on 19 tackles for the Rangers. THE ASSOCIATED Press rate Seattle Prep this week No. 4 despite the Panthers' sterling record over some of the better teams in various sectors of this state. United Press International is doing better in its poll by tabbing Prep No. 3. AP and UPI this week also show Gonzaga Prep (7-0-0) No. 2. But after riding a 17-game winning streak, that stretched back into the 1961 season, Marquette finally was bumped off the unbeaten ranks on a 19-7 heartbreaker by Ellensburg. AP classes the Squires after the defeat in sixth place among Class A teams. UPI has them in fourth place. Seattle Prep's coach John Goodwin with guard Dick Sandstrom, 184 pounds, a senior from St. Catherine's, and end Terry Steele, 160 pounds, a junior from St. Anne's. O'Dea's coach Bill Gilmore and halfback Gary Susak, 185 pounds, a senior from St. Peter's. -- (Progress Sports Photos by Charley Helh.) Skiers' Mass at Skykomish SKYKOMISH-- Masses every Sunday for skiers will he said at 5 p.m., starting November 3, in Our Lady of the Snows Mission Church, according to Father James J. MeGreal, pastor. JACC slates dance The Junior Association forj Catholic Childhood will span.! sora dance from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, in the Seattle University Memorial Gymnasium. Admission (pre-sale) will be $1. Live music will be by the Coachmen. Mounties end Holy Rosary's 13 streak Our Lady of Mount Virgin's Mounties ended the longest win- streak in CYO flag football history by unceremoniously dumping Holy Rosary, 6-0, in a south cadet division game last week. Under the coaching of Pete Hupperten, also archdiocesan CYO director, Holy Rosary was riding on a 13-game victory string, that began in midseason of 1961. Holy Rosary went through the 1962 season undefeated and unscored. The end of the streak came for Holy Rosary when the Moun- ties executed a successful pass into the flat. Steve Caputo, younger brother of Seattle Prep's Greg Capu- to, lobbed the ball to Marina Miebeli who out-maneuvered the Holy Rosary secondary and galloped for 60 yards and e win- ning touchdown with five minutes to go in the second quarter. The key strategy was engineered from the sidelines by Mount Virgin coach Joe Faccone, who also has the knack of producing archdiocesan CYO baseball champions. "Mount Virgin outplayed us all the way," said Hupperten after the game. "This loss was God-sent. The kids had to learn how to lose as well as win. It was very diffieult to keep thE kids dn line at practice with the purpose of winning games when they thought they had it in the bag. Now the pressure is off and we're out to win the rifle." Mount Virgin's winning has thrown more excitement into the south race. St. Edward's leads with a 4-0 mark, followed by the Mounties and the Rosarians, each with 3-1 records. CYO pennant progress Scoreboard Tacoma results Volleyball CADETTES Visitation l&15.s, St. Leo 14-8-1S. st. Frances 1S-16-IS, Holy Rosary 3-14-2. St. Leo 1S.15.9, St. Patrick Whites 13- 13-15. Holy Rosary 11-15.12, St. Patrld( Greens 0-3-15. St. Ann 15-15.15, St. Patrick Greens 5-9-6. Visltatn 15.15.11, Sacred Heart 12-11- 15. St. Frances 15-15.12, Sacred Houri 12- 10-15. St. Ann 15.15-15, St. Frances 10-12.11. Sacred Heart 15.15.14, St Patrick Whites t3.11-16` St. Ann 15.11-15, Holy Rosary 2-0-1. St. leo 15.14-17, St. Patrick Oraens 8-16-15. Assumption 41, St. John 22. Blessed Sacrament S0, St. Margaret 22. Sacred Hourt Villa 44, Lady at Fa- tima 28. ---compiled by Mrs. Lea Lorraine Flag football MIDGETS St. Luke 12, St. John 0. St. Paul 6, St. Plus g. Christ the King 22, Assumption 14. St. Edwdrd 6, St. Teresa 6. CADETS Mount Virgin 6, Holy Rosary O. St. John 28, St. Joseph 8. Lady of the Lake 14, St. Matthew O. Assumption 57, Christ the King 14. St. Luke 18, Holy Family 14. St. Edward 14, St. Teresa 0. St. Paul 40, St. Louise O. ---ramplled by Mrs. Marthu Jones. Soccer MIDGETS St. Frances S, Lady at Lourdes 1. Students plan CYO ski season MEMBERS of the CYO Ski School student committee discuss plans for their winter sea- son at Snoqualmie Pass Summit with Dan Coughlin (left), recently approved by the CYO athletic advisory council as CYO ski coordinator; and Fern Lebel (next to Coughlin), ski schoot staff member. Students (from left) are (sitting) Monica Works, Nancy Boys and Kathy O'Brien, all of Holy Rosary High; (standing) Patty Meecham, Holy Rosary, Tom Munger, O,Dea, Gay Heinen, Holy Rosary, Noel Gilbrough, Seattle University, and Gary Heinen, Seattle Prep. Others on the committee are Kathy Ryan, Blanchet, and Sheila Jackson, Holy Angels. The school offers one-hour and 15 .minute classes on a scven-Sunday schedule for $32, an additional three trips for $13 more and an end-of- season mystery trip for an additional $5. The season begins January 5. WEST CADETTES - st. sac'meat .4 o Fatima ....... 1 5 Assumpnon ...5 1 St. Margaret .1 2 St. John ...... 2 2 St. Anne ...... 0 3 SH Villa ..... 1 1 EAST CADETTES St. Joseph .... 4 O Me. Virgin .... 2 3 St. Edward .... 3 1 St. Monica ...0 4 St. Teresa ...3 1 St. louisa .... 0 4 Cathedral ..... 2 2 --Compiled by Mrs. Lea Lorraine Flag football NORTH MIDGETS WLT WLT Christ King 3 O 0 Lady Lake 1 2 1 St. Luke 2 I 0 Assumption O 3 o St. John 1 t 0 SOUTH MIDGETS WLT WLT Ski Acres welcomes Catholic Youth School New additions and preparations have been made at Ski Acres this year for the Catholic Youth Ski School. A separate beginners training area away from the main slopes has been groomed and shaped to pro= Rainiers pick baseball man from Sacred Heart The baseball man from Seattle's Sacred Heart Parish is the new skipper of the Seattle Rainiers of the Pacific Coast League. He is ida Joseph Vauni, the people's choice. His appointment, confirmed Saturday, realizes a long-time dream of Vanni to be man- ager of his hometown triple-A club with which he has been associated since 1938 as top- batting outfielder, coach, and finally public relations direc- tor. Vanni, 44, in heading the Boston Red Sex farm club, will usher in a fighting, scrapping outfit with a 'Gas House Gang" approach. No stranger to managerial work --piloting teams in Van- couver, B.C., Tri-Cities' Pas- co- Keanewick - Riehland and Wenatehee, he has been known for his colorful antics on the field and also off it. Vanni, prior to becoming a pro, was a star at Queen Anne High School and Uni- vexsity of Washington. With the Rainiers he batted .311 in 1938, .321 the following year, .333 in 1940 and a .297 -- best among the Rainiers -- in 1946 after four years away in the Navy. Vanni replaces Mel Parnell, who will remain with, the Red Sex probably as a scout. vide more space for the novice skier to practice and work on basic phases of skiing Run-outs SEATTLE PREP vs. O'DEA 7:2s TONIGHT BLANCHET vs. STADIUM 7:2s SATURDAY EDO VANNI 'Gas house' offense wife, Margaret, and their two children at 807 3rd Ave. N. The children are Jeanne, 13, an eighth grader, and Edo Jr., a sixth grader, both attending Sacred Heart School. Edo's m o t h e r, Mrs. Estere Vanni, also lives with them. amploRee parking. open everr day luncheons item $1.3S dinners tram $2,45 children's menu St. Ann 1545-13, Visitation 9-11-t5. St. Patrick Whites 15.15-14, Holy Rosary 6.3-16. Visitation 15.4-15, St. Patrick Whites 5:15-5. Sacred Heart 15-15-15, St. Patrick Greens 10-15. Flag football CADETS HaW Rosary 14, Visltntlen g. St. Ann 6, St. Leo 0. St. Patrick 22, Sacred Heart 15. St. Lea 13, Visitation 6. Sacred Heart 25, St. Ann 6. St. Patrick 14, Holy Rosary 6. -.complied hy Jeff Buhr Seattle results Volleyball SPARTANETTES St. Mptthew $6, Christ the King S$. St. Mark 30, St. Luke 24. Assumption 41, SL Mark 33. St. Joseph 32, St. Catherine 2"/. st. Paul 54, St. John 49 (double over- time). St. Matthew 38, Lady ef the Lake :11. Assumption 38, Christ the King 28. St. Catherine $7, St. Louise 21. St. Paul 32, St. Joseph 51. CADETTES St. Matthew 36, Christ the King 37. St. Catherine 49, St. Plus 10. Lady at the Lake 40, St. Luke 29. St.'Mark 45, Christ the King 27. St. Joseph 65, Cathedral 12. Mount Virgin 38, St. Mantra 30. St. Teresa 30, St. Edward 25. St. Anthony 48, St. Bernadette 27. St. John 54, St. Anne 32. Blessed Sacrament s0, Lady of Fatima 9. Christ the King 36, St. Matthew 27. St. Matthew 76, St. Plus 1t). st. Catherine 35, Christ the King 3g. St. Teresa 31, Mount Virgin 22. St. Joseph 54, St. Mortice 22. St. Edward 33, St. Louise 16. St. Teresa , St. Munlca 41. St. Joseph 41, Mount Virgin 16. Cathedral 50, St. Louise 15. St. Francis 29, St. Anthony 18. St. Paul 46, St. Bernadette 27, St. George ST, Holy Family 25. A REGULAR usher at Sac- Vanni is a native of Black ,00amond Coun00 SKIPPER'S qumusmgmmHummmmm'nlmllmmmlmmllmlmml I Seafood Restaurant00 twice the facilities, food service =. SKI HELL= =- and dining area. [] REGISTER NOW FOR THE [] ,,be,. At yacht basin, I mile no:lh for downhill running, travers- All in all, Ski Acres and Ski St. Oeorge 5, Srisrae !. St. Paul 2 0 1 St. Edward 1 2 0 g [] st. Joseph 7, St. eeraedenu 1. st. Josedh 2 g 5 St. Plus 0 3 , ins; and side slipping willmake Professionals, Inc., will be Catholic Youth Ski .,,..,,,-k"- I .s Assumption h's 2, Blessed Sacrament O. St. Teresa 1 I 1 lady of Fatima 2, st. Anne 2. .-.Compiled by Mrs. Martha Jones skiing easier and safer, ready for the throngs of skiers [] e St. MattheW 2, Assumpnun Bees 1. INTERMEDIATE skiers will on opening day. at Ski Acres St. John 1, St. Mark 1. Soccer St. Oatherine I, Lady of Fatima 1. find that all the tows are elee- St. Ann 7, Assumption Bees 3. SoLrrH MIDGETS trifled for faster lift service. CATHOLIC YOUTH Students Name .................................... ' ..... St. John 7, St. MattheW 1. W T L W T L Assumption A's I, St. Mark 1. St. George 5 0 0 Lourdos 1 1 3 The slopes have been groomed are urged to send in their corn- St. George 5, lady of Lourdes 1. St. Joseph S 0 e St. vmnats 1 1 s and seeded, o p e n i n g more pleted registration forms before Address ............................... Age ..... = St. Bernadette t, St. Louisa g. St. Sern'd'e 3 t ! St. Louise 0 0 4 the deadline December 9. Ski m St. Joseph 5, St. Francis 0. Brlscae 5 1 2 Holy Fam'y 0 g 4 packed area to ski. Ertsrae 4, H01y Fumily 0. The new Bonanza and Golden School starts January 4 for Ci/ .................... Zone .... Phone .......... CADETS NORTH MIDGETS Parish ............. School ............. Grade .... St. Anne S, Lady of Fatima 5. 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