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O ,0--THE PROC00R00SS F.id00,y, Nov. 6, 146 will 'Game of the Year' ge Marian Award Blanchet vs. Prep Northwest Catholic Association 1964 football League WLT Pet Blanehe ............. 2 O O 1.000 Seattle Prep ......... 2 0 0 1.000 O'Dea ................ 1 2 0 333 Bellarmine ........... 0 3 O .000 Sensor PFPAWLT Pct. GB 195 39 8 0 0 1.000 185 57 7 0 1 1.000 62 93 3 4 0 .429 !! 52 104 1 S 1 .16721 Varsity spectacle November & -- Blanchet vs. Seattle Prep, West Scoria Stadium, NCA and WC, 7:30 p.m.; Mount Tahoma at BellarmJna, TCL and CL, 8 p.m.; and SL Mnr- fin's at Eatonvlllo, non-league, 8 p.m. November 7 -- O'Dna vs. Ferndale, West Snaffle Stadium, non-league, 7:30 p.m. NoVember t3 -- Bellarmine at West Bremerton, CL, 8 p.m. November 14  Seattle Prep. at Meadowdule, WC, 8 p.m. Winterroth fattens points' lead TD PAT FG TP TD PAT FG TP Rod Wlnterrath, DI 4 O 70 Frl Ziska, SP ...... | O 0 12 Jeff Smith, SM ...... 9 2 U . Jim Hannam, SM .... 1 1 0 7 Pat Major, BI ........ 7 2 g 44 Start Russell, SM ..... I 1 O 7 Dennis Brennan, Bell.. 1 O 37 Dan SieRRa, BI ...... o 4 1 7 LJIs Draunschwetg,SM S 1 O 31 Jim Anderson, SM .... 1 O 0 6 Jim Nunler, O'D ..... S O O 30 Mike Fox, O'D ....... 1 O 0 6 Pat Layman, SP ...... S 0 O 30 Dennis Klppeo, SP .... 1 o 0 6 Loony Ching, SP ...... 4 O g 24 Tim McDonald, BI .... 1 0 0 6 Tom Gores, SP ...... 3 1 1 19 Ralph Redan, Bell .... t e 0 6 Pat Healey, BI ....... 3 O g 18 Jim St. Germain, SP .. I O 0 6 AI Ohno, SP ......... :l 0 g 18 Jot Stnaheli, Ball .... I O 0 6 Terry Rogers, SM .... 3 O O 18 Terry Wilkinson, SP .. I 0 O 6 John StlJnovJch, O'D ...I O 0 18 John R. Wilson, O'D .. 1 O O 6 Pat Naughteo, SP ...; O 15 O 15 Bill Hattie, BI ....... O 3 0 3 Gen Duncan, BI .... 2 1 O 13 Don Hawkins, Belt ... O 3 O 3 BOb Campbell, BI .... 2 S 0 12 John Feoney, SM .... O 1 0 1 Tom Duseoberry, SP .. 2 u 0 12 Tom Lees, SM ....... g 1 o 1 Jim Gilllngham, SP .. 2 b S 12 Mike McCann, O'D .... 0 1 0 1 Raf Levies, SP 2 O g 12 Bob Watanabe, O'D .. O ! 0 1 81l, OuderkJrk, SM" , O O 12 Bob Wlckerihnm, BI .. o 1 g 1 John Petrie, SP ..... 2 O O 12 By Jim Murray Premier Khrushchev has been ousted. Barry Gold- water has gone down to a landslide defeat. Harold Wil- son has retired the Conservative government in Britain. And this Friday at West Seat- tle Stadium the Blanchet Braves will meet the Seattle Prep Pan- thers in what is probably the greatest array of individual and team talent in Catholic high school football history in this Archdiocese. A season, which saw both teams run over Everett, Bell- ingham. Cascade, Bellarmine, Wenatchee, and O'Dea, will be climaxed in the classic game. The powerful Braves, al- ready established as the school's m o s t outstanding. football team, and the Pan- thers, who are no less pow- erful by sporting a 17-game unbeaten streak, will meet to decide the Western Con- terence a.d Northwest Cath- olic Association titles. There couldn't be a more fit- ting finish to one of Catholic high school's most outstanding seasons. Blanchet will enter the Grid stakes always high By Fred The stakes are always high whenever S e a t t I e Prep and Blanchet meet on the gridiron. This Friday's classic, truly the Catholic High School Foot- ball Game of the Year, is no exception. The winner takes all--mean- ing both the championships of the Northwest Catholic Associa- tion and the Western Confer- ence, PREP HAS had a monopoly on the NCA crown since the Catholic league was started in 1957. Prep took four titles and shared two others with Blanchet. Blanchet won the league by it- self in 1961. The tough WC circuit, also started in 1957, has been won only once by these two schools. Blancher became the confer- ence's first champion in 1957 with a 3-0-1 won-lost-tied mark. Prep in five perfect games cap- tured the WC title last yea r. The NCA title history fol- lows: 1957--Seattle Prep and BlancheS. each with 2-0-1. I955--Seattle Prep, 3-0-0. 199--$eattla Prep, 3-0-0. lg-..StWe Prep, 3-0-0. 1961.-Blanchet, 2-0-1. 1962--Seattle Prep and Blancher, each with 2-1-0. 1963--Seattle Prep, 3-0-0. This Friday is also the 16th meeting between the two pow- erhouses. Initiated in 1956, the series has since 1957 seen the two teams meet twice every season with one solo contest scheduled this year like the very first season. I FOLLOW the GAMES OF-THE.WEEK OVER KETO-AM PREP vs. BLANCHET TONIGHT7:2S O'DEA vs. FERNDALE 7:aS SATURDAY Brought to you by the Gotkolla Gift Shoo, 609 Union Stre Cordova PREP LEADS the series with nine victories to Blancher's four. Two games have ended in a tie. Prep also leads the total points department, 247-111. The series records follows: 1936--Seattle Prep, 34-12. 1957--Seattle Prep, 7.0. --Tie game, 13-13. 1958--Blanchet, 7-6. --Seattle Prep, 13-0. 1939--Seattle Prep, 12-6. --Seattle Prep, 32-7. 1960--Seattle Prep, 13-0. --Seattle Prep, 20-7. 1961--Blanchet, 20-7. --Tie game, 0-0. 1962--Blanchet, 20-13. --BlaDehet, 19-12. 1963--Seattle Prep, 26.0. --Seattle Prep, 39-0. Prep is also gliding along on a 17-game undefeated string, which began in the first very first game of 1963. Only one tie this season has partly smudged that commendable record, fash- ioned through the coaching of John GoDdwin. Goodwin in his 17th year at Prep now has 93 wins, 44 losses and 13 ties to his credit for a .678 winning average. A win this Friday would make it his 94th and one of the more crucial victories in his colorful coach- ing career. JOHN (IffCKEY) N A I S H, Blanchet's coach, has given this year the Braves' best rec- ord, adorned with eight straight victories and no losses. In b/s sixth coaching season, Naish going into this classic has 30 wins, 22 losses and one tie for a .577 winning average. A win this Friday--his 31st-- would indeed be his most sig- nificant one. Blanchet will host Western loop harriers The Blanchet Braves will be hosts to the first annual West- ern Conference Cross Country Meet this Saturday at Seattle's Green Lake course. Starting time at the 2.2 mile course will be at 11:30 a.m., s a i d Ed Thenell, Blanchet coach and meet director. Participating will be all seven WC schools--Blancher, Everett, Bellingham, Cascade of Ev- erett, Wenatchee, Seattle Prep and Meadowdale. the latter the favored team. 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The Panthers have ridden the strong arm of Tom Gores and a rugged running attack, spear- headed by ,Tim St. Germain and Lanny Chang to their success. THE BRAVES depended on the Gene Duncan-to-Pat Major passing attack to balance the powerful running of Rod Win. terroth. Blancbet also features a fine defense that has been a large part of their success. With Duncan sidelined with a leg in- jury, junior Rolando Caceres has taken up the slack to spear- head the Braves to thier last two wins. This writer will taken Blan- chat to win by a margin of from three to seven points. The Braves have a slight edge in experience, and sport the tougher defense. Although two more evenly matched teams could probably not he found, the Braves rate a slight edge because of those two factors. Meanwhile last Friday at West Seattle Stadium the men from Jesuit Hill continued their hold over the O'Dea Irish in their age-old rivalry by com- pletely out-classing Don Issac- son's troops, 27-7. Tom Gores threw 38 yards for one score, and the Panthers counted other tallies on e four- yard run by Lanny China, a one-yard run by Dennis Kippen, and a two-yard plunge by Ray Levias. O'DEA'S JIM Hunter rambled one yard for the only Irish score as their record fell to 3-4. Bellarmine and Wilson, rated a toss-up, came out just as the two doormats of the Tacoma City League battled to a fi-6 tie. John Miller and Dennis Bren- nan dazzled the Lincoln Bowl crowd by combining for a 33- yard pass play to tie up the game in the fourth quarter af- ter Wilson's Greg Hume had scored on a one-yard jaunt in the second quarter. Bellarmine is heavily fa- vored to whip Mount Tahoma next Friday on the Lions' home field. Winterroth upped his Catho- lic scoring leadership to 70 points with touchdown runs of four and three yards. Caceres sent a 21-yard scoring pass to Pat Major for the other score as Blancher run over Belling- ham, 20-0. TUMWATER RAPPED Ray- mond, 20-0, Bnd moved into a tie for first place with St. Martin's in the final West Cen- tral League standings. The Rangers are favored to beat Eatonville this Friday as the two leams match their 5-2 records. The game that everybody has talked about and everybody has wan(ed to see will take pla0e Friday. And the hopes and dreams of almost 80 football players of Prep and Blnnchet will be on the line. Radio KETO will broadcast the game at 7:25 pm. on 1590 kc.,. besides broadcast- ing the O'Dea-Ferndale clash the following night. But the Prep-Blancher encoun- ter is the game of the week. IN FACT it is the game of the year, and possibly the big: gest game in archdiocesan foot- ball history LLOYD FO00ERI Member of St. Loulot Bellevue BUY FROM THE RIGHT GUY MUSTANG--FALCON GALAXIE---FAIRLANE THUNDERBIRD The Spot to Buy NEW TRUCKS--USED CARS METKE FORD CO. BELLEVUE GL. 4-24"""[ J SH. 6.7710 berwill receive the na- tional Marian Award at the sixth annual Marian Award ceremony at 3 p.m. this Sun- day in St. James Cathedral. The recipients, passing tough archdiocesan examinations, are stalwarts of the Junior Catholic Daughters of America, Girl Scout and Camp Fire Girls. Presenting the award in the name of the Most Reverend Thoreau A. Connolly, Arch- bishop of Seattle, will be Rt. Rev. Msgr. Cornelius M. Pow- er, ChancEllor of the Archdio- cese and pastor of Seattle's Our Lady Df the Lake Parish. Giving the sermon will be Rt. Rev. Msgr. Philip H. Duffy, archdiocesan superintendent of schools. The new high tops the old record of 82 award recipients, setting that figure last year. The Marian Award is de- signed TO lead the youth pro- grams for girls to take more active part in parish service activities and true Catholic Action with other parishion- ers, said Mrs. Celeste New- man, archdiocesan a w a r d chairman. Recipients include: SEATTLE Blessed Sacrament, Camp /:ire Girls Olone Blerman and Sherry Green. Christ the King, Camp Fire Gtrls-- Karen Pills, Susan Pumfrey, Geraldine Hlllson, Virginia Beferl, Kathleon Tracy, Mary Sullivan. Holy Rosary, Girl Scout -- Theresa Rebar. Immaculate, Girl $couls--Vlcky Ann Garner, Virginia Hill, Severlna Echaur- re, DaVerne Bell. Our Lady of Fatima, Camp Fire Girls Dlane De Weese, Mary Ellen March, Theresa Douglas, Theresa McHugh, Marsho Klontz and Monica LaRusso. Our Lady of the Lake, Girl Scouts Marcia London, Patrlcta Heoly, Laurie Ann Bruce, Rlta Straiten, Brenda Strai- ten and Teresa Sorenson. St. Anao's, Girl ScoutLlndo erun- ner: and Camp Fire Girls--Ann Mo- gnano, Kathcleen Sursely, Patrlc Boyle, Barbara Berg, Palrlee Burke, Geral- dine Carroll, Shella Eagan, Mar,/ L/sa Gerhard, Catherine Pugel, Christine Runnels. St. Benedict's, Girl Scouts--Mary Ellen Eagle, Mary Riley, Marie Rochcn, Kathy Morlnrlty, Kathy McVay, Kath- erine Bosom, Christine M. BrineR, Barbara Bulzoml, Nancy Conlan, Mar7 Orear, Patrlcla Bulzoml, Susan Shore- - dan and Janice Brown; Camp Fire Girl Jean Dougherty. St. John's, Girl Scouts-- Judy Eeck- houdf, Nancy Henderson, Patrlcla Zul- kosky, Pearl Baker, Sherry Ann Scott, Paulle Candaux, Elizabeth Kalk, Diane Rinehart, Cheryl Nelson and Barbara Lora, St. Joseph's, Camp Fire Girls--Vir- ginia Tougas and Judith Hllton. St. Matthew's, Girl ScoutsKathloen Hoye, Ga)l GJroldln, Marlonn Gardner, Paulete Cote, Patrlcla Hayes, Molly-Jo Campbell, Adele McNerney, Laura Nitsche Cheryl Carlson, Susan Hawks- ford, Marcia Hourlgan, Kathleen Hen. son, Mellssa Strash. OTHER CITIES Bellevue, Sacred Heart, Camp Fire GirlMary Jane Nlxon. Bromerton, Girl Scouts--Maria Kes- tell, Joanne Wocher, Maria Deviff and Angela Areana. Everett, Immaoulata Conception, Jun- Ior Catholic Daughters--Miriam Ken- nedy, Stephanie Martinis, Cathy Cum- mins, Patrlcla Logozzino, PatIo Seven-, Ich, Gaylo Roggenkamp, Shella Hardy, and Janet Oczkewlcz. Everett, Our Lady Of Perpetual Help, Junior Catholic Daughters--Joyce Fuch., Judl Marulla, Jane Carney, Elizabeth Webber and Llndo Bauman. Everett, St. Mary Magdalen's, Junior Catholic Daughter--Patrlcla Callaghan. Klrkland, Holy Family, Girl Scouts Pamela Gau, Anne Sutthoff, Patty Steelsmlth, Suzanne Gay, Kathy Scur- lock, Marianne Graham, Patty Nelson, Mary Louise Swlrsky, Christine Ulrich, ad Louise Mack. Mercer Islnnd, St. Menlca's, Girl Scouts-Kathy Duex, Mary Jo Toomey, Rosemary Krsak, and Patrlcla Laugh, Camp Fire Glrls-Karen Mayer and Llnnea Smith. OLYMPIA, St. Michael's, Girl Scouts-. Janet Rensel, Mary Ann Murphy, Terese Nlcholson, Efleen Goldenberger, Rite Ann Reid, Christine Barwlck, Mary Katherine Buenzll, Katie Lee, Susan Berger, Cynthia Berger, Barbara Whlt. hey, Carol Anderson, Elizabeth Fuller, Caroline Smith, Ruthann Panowlcz, Susan Madison, D'Etta Fltzmorrls, Anita Frltsch, Gloria Malloy, Ann Morris, Margaret Magulre, J a n Matson, Renee A. Boulac. Pert Angeles, Queen of Angels, Camp Fire Glrls--Rosanne Thompson, Mary Webster, Ann Faires, Rhonda Konopa- skl, Anne Hill, Marianne Serr, and Marreen Belford. Renton, St. Anthony's, Girl Scouts-- Carol Whlffleld, Anne Puhlch, and Gloria Lobe. Seohuret, St. Francis of Asslsl, Camp Flro G[rls--Kathleen Testa, Margaret Lambert and Patrlcla BlordaL Wanted: CYO referees Officials for CYO basketball league games are now being sought by the CYO hoop com- mission. "Any and all interested male adults with a fundamen- tal knowledge d the game and a genuine interest in kids are needed,'! said Herman (thorny) Thorstensea, cam- missioner. "Officiating exper- ience is not a prerequisite." A comprehensive t r a i n i n g program by the Pacific North- west Officials Association will be offered to those interested, Thorstensen said. Basketball refs will be paid rates, set down by the officials' association while officiating in CYO bantam, midget, spartan, cadet, sophomore and junior teen league games. "Prospects for the coming season indicate at least a 40 The many faces of the CYO convention The best receive their due THE BEST in their respective deaneries were given their due t the Archdiocesan CYO Convention. The two top awards were the Eagle of the Cross medal for outstanding teen.agers and the Christ the King Service plaques to ex- ceptional teen clubs. Individual and club recipients include (from left) Terrence Lackie of St. Joseph's, Seattle; James Gillingham of Seattle's Assumption; Joseph Klohn, presi- dent accepting for St. Anne's club, Forks; Jerry Walsh, president, accepting for Seattle's Our Lady of Lourdes dub; Rune Simard of St. Matthew's, Seattle; Jim Arne, president accepting for Bremerton's Our Lady Star of the Sea club; Dennis Caldwell of St. Joseph's, Tacoma; and Katherine Pearsall of SS. Aegidius and Mary's, Aberdeen. Other Eagle of the Cross recipients are Carl Warmenhoven of St. An. drew's, Sumner; Carol" Gordon of St. Francis of Assisi, Sea- hurst; and Shirley Geary of St. Mary Magdalen's, Everett. Ecumenicism is evident at teen parley FOUR apostolate sessions highlighted the three-day CYO parley and drew teen delegates, adults and guests to discuss the CYO's spiritual, cultural, social and athletic aims in the convention theme of "Truth in LoveBond of Union." Among the guests were three from the Episcopal Young Churchmen, headed by Rev. Edward Leche, and two others from the Luther League. Taking in the sessions (from left) CYO scoreboard Seattle results Volleyball SPARTANETTES Lady of the LoRe 37, Christ the King 32. Blessed Sacrament 42, St. Luke 33. St. John 34, St. Luke 2"/. Lady of Fatima 31, Assumption 24. Holy Family (K) 26, St. Monlca 21. Lady of Guadalupe 32, St. George 30. St. Joseph 40, St. Phllomena 20. St. Paul 35, St. George 30. St. Francls 26, Lady of Guadalupe 19. Holy Family (K) 29, St. Phllomena 24. CADETrES St. George 4, St. Loulse 24. St. Anthony 34, Holy Famlly 27. St. Francis 41, St. Paul 36. St. Bernadette 48, Holy Rosary 22. Mount Virgin 44, St. Mortice 34. St. Joseph 29, St. James 23. Sacred Heart Villa 40, St. Anne 29. St. Anne 41, Lady of Fatima 33. Assumpnen 87, St. Margaret $I. Sacred Heart Villa 60, St. John 30. St. Catherine 41, Christ the King 21. St. Luke 39, St. Mark 27. Flag football MIDGETS St. Edward 14, St. Joseph 6. CADETS St. Louise t3, Immaculate 12. St. Jbseph 24, Holy Rosary 0. Mount Virgin 0, St. Paul 0. St. Monlca 10, St. Edward 13. Soccer MIDGETS Lady of Fatlmo 3, St. Anne A'o I. St. Catherine 2, St. Jahn t. St. Margaret 8, St. Matthew A's 0. Assumption B's 2, St. Anne B's 0. Assumption A's 2, St. Matthew A'o Q. Blessed sacrament 0, St. Mark 0. St. Francis 4, Sacred Heart (B) 0. St. George 4, Holy Family 1. St. Bernadette 2, St. Phllomena 1. St. Joseph 7, Lady of Guudalupe 0. CADETS St. Anne I, Lady Of Fatlma 0. St. Catherlne 1, St. John 0.. St. Margaret 16, Cathedral O. % Assumption 8, St. Matthew 1. Blessed Snrameot 1, St. Mark 0. St. Francis 3, Holy Rosary 0 St. George 1, Holy Famlly 0. St. Bernadette $, Lady at Guadalupe 2. SI. Joseph 7, St. Edward g. Priest throws javelin 51 feet --from wheelchair DUBLIN (NC)-- A priest who is a champion javelin thrower--from a wheel- chair will be in a team repre- senting Ireland in the para- plegic games at Tokyo in No- vember. He is Father Leo Close, chairman of the Irish Wheel- chair Association. He was injured during his clerical student days when he fell into a ravine while touring France. Three years ago, he won a gold medal when he threw the javelin 51 feet in the "little Olympics" games at Stoke Mandeville, Buckingham- shire. per cent increase of CYO team entries," ThorsteDsen [ RUGS DRY CLEANED I announced. "F i r s t league games are scheduled Deeem- Workmanship Wlthoat An Equal ber 6." ost 9xi2Ruas are $10.80 Further information is avail- Davanport & Cka[r Gleaned .... Sme.-,,leaaad and Tlatl ..... Sill able by calling the commis- sinner at LA 5-3526 or the CYO The Fuzzy Wuny Rug Ca. SIne 190 MAIn 1,1911t Office at MA 2-2151. are Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Moseley, adult advisors from Seattle's Our Lady of Lourdes Teen Club; Father Leche, vicar of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Port Gamble; Terrie Ward, CYO south district treasurer from St. Francis of As- sisi, Seahurst; Alison Beck of EYC; and Jo Ann Pizzello, CYO south district cultural chairman from St. Peter's. Civil rights leader draws comment A NOTED Seattle civil rights leader draws questions and comments Friday atthe CYO convention in the Olympic Hotel. He is Rev. Samuel B. McKinney, pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church and who served as a panelist in the serial apostolate session. Father Jhn D. Lynch, moderator of the Catholic Interracial Coundl of Seattle and who also was on the civil rights panel, may be seen in the background. (Progress CYO Photo by Charley Heib) This is how Seattle standings Volleyball SPARTANETTES SOUTH W L St. George .... 1 ! St. Joseph ..... 3 0 St. Mortice .... ! 2 St. Paul ...... 3 1 St. Phllomena 1 3 Holy Family ..2 2 St. Francis .... 1 3 SPARTANETrES NORTH Christ King ,.2 0 Fatima ........ t 1 BI. Sacrament 3 1 St. Luke .....0 2 St. John ...... 2 I Assumption ...0 3 Lady Lake .... 2 1 CADETES EAST St. Menlco .... 3 0 Cathedral ..... 2 1 Mr. Virgin .... 2 1 Holy Family K 1 3 SL Joseph .... 2 i St. Edward ...0 3 CADETrES SOUTH St. Frmcs .... 4 g Holy Rosary ..t S St. Paul ....... 4 0 Holy Famlly ..I 3 St. George .... 3 1 st. Anthony ...I 3 St. Bernadette 2 2 St. Louite ..... 0 4 CADETTES NORTH st. Catherine .3 0 St. Mark ...... 2 1 Lady Lake .... 2 t St. Plus X .... 0 3 St. Luke ...... 2 1 Christ King ...0 $ CADETTES WEST St. Anne ...... 3 g Fatlma ........ 2 2 S.H. Vllla ..... 2 0 St. Margaret .1 2 St. Sacrament 3 t Assumption .,,! 2 Soccer MIDGETS NORTH W LT W LT teams rate MIDGETS SOUTH W LT W LT St. Gee... 6 1 0 St. Philo.. 2 5 0 Lourdes ... 5 0 1 Guedalupa. 1 4 0 St. Joseph. S 1 1 St. Louise. 1 5 e st. Bar... 4 2 1 Snc. H. (B)1 5 1 Brlscea ... 3 2 0 Holy Faro.. 1 6 0 St. Francis 3 3 0 CADETS SOUTH W LT W LT St. Joseph St. Fran.. s, Georg. : o ; ] o Briscen ... St. Ber... 5 1 0 Guodalupe. 2 5 0 Lourdeo ... 4 2 0 St. Edw... 0 5 0 Holy Faro.. 3 2 1 Holy Rag.. 0 7 0 CADETS NORTH W LT W LT Assump... 7 0 0 St. Mat... 2 6 0 BI. Sac... 6 1 0 St. Villa .. 2 6 0 St. Mar... 56 ]  St. John., St. CaSh.. Calhedra 2 ; 0 Fatima .... 4 3 0 St. Mark . 0 7 0 St. Anne . 3*3 1 Up 'n coming youth events SATURDAY, Nov. 7 -- Our Lady Of. Guadalupa CYO Teen Club, Seattle, dance, parish hall, 341h Ave. S.W. and S.W. Myrtle St., 8:30 p.m. Music, the Notations. Admission, 7S eentsper person, $1 per couple. School attlra required. TUESDAY, NOV. 10-.-St. Mark's CYO Teen Club, Seattle, dance, parish hall, 8:30 p.m. Music, Stags the Stags. Admission, $1.25; with CYO card, $L I i Register Now! SKI ACRES SKI SCHOOL FOR CATHOLIC FAMILIES INSTRUCTION BY SKI PROFESSIONALS, INC. 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