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'10--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 8, 1€263 i. ,>.. Comes the showdown .... By Fred Cordova 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-straight for the Seattle Prep Panthers. Will the Blancher Braves be victims No. 9? These two Seattle Catholic high school fotball juggernauts will provide the d r a m a t i c finish to t h e archdiocesan gridiron season in the Queen City at 7:30 p.m. this Friday in West Seattle Stadium. The stakes are indeed high. To the victor goes the North- west C a t h o I i c Association championship. Both teams are even in the standings with 2-0-0 won-lost-tied records. Seattle Prep has a lot to win by winning and more so to lose by losing. But hero's where we go out again orl the limb by giving Prep a 26-7 nod. The seven points allotted to b e c a u s e of its season average o u t p u t is seven more points the Braves did not make in their 1963 opening game against Prep. That score was 20-0. These are the extra fringe benefits going to the Panthers, should they win: First is the NCA tire. Second is the undisputed possession of the Western Con- terence c r o w n, giving the Panthers two league champion- ships in one season. And it would be the first WC title for Prep. THIRD IS the first un- defeated season in the 16-year coaching reign of John Good- win, who, thus far, has com- piled 84 wins, 44 losses and 12 ties at Jesuit Bluff. Number 84 was a 33-7 land- slide over arch-arch rival O'Dea last Friday. The Master Strategist in his 16 years at Prep has collected three NCA championships and two NCA co-titles and has never really suffered a losing year. His 1949 and 1955 teams both finished with 4-5-0 marks and are the only ones below the .500 percentage. A win this Friday will give Gocdwin the satisfying feat of an unbeaten and untied season that even his squads with Prep greats like Eddie Allen, Rick Dalton and Ollie Flor could not produce. Of course, John (Mickey) Naish's Blancher Braves are not going to roll over dead at the hard-charging appear- ance of the Panthers. Prep in the season's opener broke a Blancher-hold that lasted for two years. The Prep- Blanchet series has the Panth- ers leading, eight games to four and 208 points to 111. Two contests have ended in ties. The series history follows: 1956--Seattle Prep, 34-12. 1957--Seattle Prep, 7-0. tie game, 13-13. IJlllll;l;lll[llllillllFll!Ulflll]li J;lllFil[llltlllll/H IlllllTJI;llllfllll[lltllltlllflifl IIIIIIll H]ll!rlll[llltlllllll]l!ltlllllll Hfl Itlllllllll[fl [I]lllll[LIIl[lltllltll;lllillllllLJilUil made Northwest Catholic Association football League Season W L T Pct. PF PAW L T Pet. GBL Seattle Prep .., 2 0 0 1.000 193 32 8 0 0 1.000 -- Blancher ....... 2 0 0 1.000 104 112 5 3 0 .625 -- Bellarmine .... I 2 0 .333 39 141 1 5 0 .167 2 O'Dea ......... 0 3 0 .000 45 117 1 5 1 .167 2 This week's varsity spectacles November 8--Seattle Prep vs. Blancher, NCA and Western Conference at West Seattle Stadium; Bellarmine at Mount Tahoma, Tacoma City League and Capital League; O'Dea at Ferndale, non-league; and St. Martin's at Eatonville, non-league. November 15--West Bremerten at Bellarmine, TCL and CL. High school point-makers • TD PAT FO TP TD PAT FO TP Steve Conklin, SP ...7 14 0 56 D. Dorrateogue, SP 1 g 0 6 Grog Copula, SP .... 7 0 0 4 ') NIck Kenny, BL .... t O 0 6 Pat Major, BL ....... 6 0 0 36 Pat Kneip, SM ....... 1 g 0 6 Larrry Cook, SP .... S 1 O 31 Dave Lanza, SP ..... 1 O O 6 Gone-Duncan, BL ...4 0 0 24 Mike Larson, SP ..... 1 O 0 6 Joe Lynn, Bell ...... 4 O O 24 Steve Mathlas, SM .... 1 0 0 s DICk Hill, O'D ....... 3 t 0 19 Terry Rogers, SM .... 1 0 0 6 Jeff Smith, SM ....... 3 t O 39 Stan Russell, SM ..... 1 O 0 6 Rod Wlnterroth, BL ..3 O O 18 Mike Sauntry, SP .... 1 0 0 6 Jim St. Germaln, SP 2 1 O t3 Mike Whims, BL ..... 1 O O 6 Mark Boulanger, SP ..2 O O 12 Steve Kneeshaw, Bell 0 4 e 4 John Callan, O'D ...2 0 0 12 Dan Stokke, BL ...... 0 4 O 4 Mark Clark, SP ...... 2 0 0 12 Pat Naughton, SP ...O 3 0 3 Jim Hannam, SM .... 2 0 0 12 Gary Susak, O'D ..... O 2 O 2 Pat Kennedy, Bell ...2 O 0 12 Grog , SM ........ 0 1 O 1 Bob Pormele, O'D ...2 O O 12 Ken Hordyk, SM ..... O 1 0 1 Jim Bourgette, BL .... 1 4 e 10 Mike Mast, SM (tackle for safety) 2 lli lllIlllIlll;[l IL LIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIill l111;lillI{llliH]lfl III11t111111IIIII H II ffll;tli1111111111iillllllilI111111111U II1tII1IIiii!HiiI;IIEIII llllIlllll I 1958--Blancher, 7-6. The score could have gone Seattle Prep, 13-0, much higher in Prop's favor 1959---Seattle Prep, 12-6. but Goodwin waved in all Seattle Prep, 32-7. of his 51 players with the 1960--Seattle Prep, 13-0. first unit doing the bench- Seattle Prep, 20-7. warming in the second half. 1961--Blancher, 20-7. By that time, the score was tie game, 0-0. 26-0. 1902--Blancher, 20-13. Steve Conklin, leading the Blancher, 19-12. Point-Makers' list, climaxed a 1903--Seattle Prep, 26-0. 63-yard march the first time Out to spoil Prop's fun will Prep had the ball by plunging be the following Braves: over from the two-yard line. Gene Duncan, Pat Major, Larry Cook scored the next Rod Winterroth, Nick Kenny, from the one after a 36-yard Jim Bourgette, Mike Whims, march. He ran over the 13th Dan Stokke, Grey Haigh, Jim point in the second quarter. Guiffre, J o h n P i r a k, Bob An Irish bobble at midfield Ortblad, Dale Lanz, Mike Jot- was retrieved by Dick Sand- dan, Mike Tsheu and company strom. Prep reached the O'Dea The principal characters in two-yard line on a 43-yard the state's second-ranked team, Conklin - to -Mark Boulanger courtesy of Associated Press, pass. Grey Caputo then scored. include Steve Conklin, Grey THEN IT was Jim St. Ger- Caputo, Larry, Cook, Jim St. main's turn. Landing on top Germain, M a r k Boulanger, an O'Dea fumble on the Irish Mark Clark, D e n n i s Dot- 31 he broke through the middle ratcague, Mike Larson, Dave in the next play for 22 yards Lanza, Mike Saunt ry, Pat and scored two plays later Naughton, H u g h Bangasser, from the two. He ran over the Mike Sorensen, Bob Geraghty, extra point, Prep's 26th. Dick Sandstrom, Dave Ruoff, O'Dea's sole bright light was Steve Bonney and Company. Dick Hill, who played magni- They would like to tell both AP and United Press Inter- fluently throughout the game. Shirking his mud-grimed No. national, which this week 11 jersey in the second half tabs them in second place, that they're better than for another slightly big for first.ranked Gonzaga Prep of his size, the halfback scored Spokane--their Jesuit Inland from four yards out and added Empire cousins, the extra point in the third We concur, quarter. The P a n t h e r s' following Hill made an 18-yard run heroics against O'Dea will tell for O'Dea's only first half part of the story of the un- first-down and later returned derrated Prep team. a kick-off for 59 yards after Prop's second tally. In all, Prep 33, O'Dea 7 Hill accounted for 71 of Records did mean a lot in O'Dea's 101 net yards, all on the 39th meeting of the the ground. Seattle's two oldest Catholic Dave Lanza, a senior half- high schools Friday at West back, got on the scoring Seattle with Prep gaining a column for Prep in the last lop-sided 33-7 victory in a sea quarter a f t e r St. Germain of mud and a steady drizzle packed the ball for 34 yards of rain. on two carries. Pat Naughton the extra point kick good. The Panthers crnnehed their way to 267 yards on the ground and 53 in the air, despite the rain. Prep completed two out of seven passes, O'Dea zero for two with one intercepted. In first-downs, Prep also led, 17-7. WORKHORSE for the night was St. Germain with 87 net yards in 10 carries. So now, Prop's football supremacy over O'Dea stretch- es to 1944, marked through 20 games by three ties. Wilson 26, Bellarmine 6 Wilson handed Bellarmine the same evening a 26-6 de- feat and the Lions' fifth straight loss. Joe Lynn, the Lions' stellar halfback, saved Bellarmine from a shut-out in the Ta- coma City League and Capital League game. Dash- ing around right end, Lynn went for 57 yards and a touchdown in the third quar- ter. Sidelined for three weeks with his broken hand in a ea, Lynn made his return appear- ance a welcomed one. Wilson led at the half, 13-0. St. Martin's 0, Montesano 0 A West Central League mud bath last Friday in Montesano saw St. Martin's battling the favored Bulldogs to a 0-0 tie. And again it was Louis Braunschweig who played top defensive ball with 17 tackles and a blocked punt to his credit. Ken Hordyk also star- ed for St. Martin's with 14 stops and Mike Yost plunged through the Montesano line three times to yank down Bulldog carriers for heavy losses. St. Martin's is 3-4-I for the season and 0-4-1 in league play. Blancher 13, Stadium 7 Gene Duncan pitched two strikes to his favorite target, Pat Major, to pull a come- from-behind 13-7 victory over Stadium of Tacoma Saturday at West Seattle Stadium. THE VISITING Tigers scor- ed first in the third quarter. Blancher's first scoring pass was a 15-yarder late in the third period. The second and the pay-off came from 29 yards out. Jim Bourgette made good on the second try-for-point. And now the real big pay- off comes this Friday for the Braves against Prep. Blancher is 2-2-0 in the Western Con- ference. THE GAME, if you can't make it, will be aired live over Radio KETO (1590 kc.) at 7:25 p.m. with George Cooper doing the play-by-play and George Edgar the color com- mentary. Tacoma CYO Office in full swing TACOMA-- All things, pertaining to CYO in the Greater Tacoma area, should lead to S. 12th and Junett in the confines of St. Leo's Parish. Up a flight of stairs at 2917 S. 12th St. is the CYO's new Tacoma office. The CYO "suite" includes three offices, one large conference room and a kitchen. Opened since mid-September, the office is being used by many CYO-affiliated groups for meetings. Regula r office hours are from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- days. Maintenance of the office has been undertaken by the newly-formed CYO Auxiliary. Mrs. Wil- liam F. Hulscher is president and Mrs. William Hauser, secretary-treasurer. Acquired by Leo Gallagher, the new quarters were renovated by a crew of 36 volunteer men MRS. and women and 10 teen-dyers. Tacoma business- HULSCHER men donated materials and furnishings and CYO friends contributed cash donations. The telephone voice on the other end of MA 7-2727 belongs to Carol Bergstrom, a St. Leo's High senior from St. Leo's Parish and who has been acting as office secretary. CYO pennant progress: Tacoma CYO open house CYOer-swhoop-it00up af convention , Stellar teens and clubs receive recognition WHAT convention is there without awards? The Arch- diocesan CYO's is no exception with Eagle of the Cross Medals, a national CYO honor, going to inspirational indi- viduals, and the Christ the K i n g S e r v i c e Plaques to outstanding teen clubs. Making the presentation at the Saturday banquet in the Olympic Hotel was Rt. Rev. Monsignor Philip H. Duffy, archdiocesan soperintendent of schools. Eagle of the Cross recipients are shown in the first two rows. The front row with Monsignor includes (from left) Carol Kraft, Christ the King, Seattle; Louis Stevenson, St. Mary Magdalen's Everett; Arthur Douglas Wheeler Jr., St. Teresa's, Seattle. The second row includes CYO honors Judge Long The 10th annual Archdiocesan CYO Convention had all of the ingredients of a massive and delegated assemblage, including the honoring of a distinguished jurist and a thought-provoking plenary session on civil rights. Opening Friday with the civic reception in the Olympic Hotel, the convention had for its first highlight the present- aton of the national CYO Pro Dee et Juventute Award to King County Superior Court Judge William C. Long. Judge Long was honored in recognition of his work with youth as County Juvenile Court Judge for 29 years. The citation also was "given as much by encouragement of worth- while youth aetivities as by his actual work as a judge of the Juvenile Court." The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V. G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, presented the award to Judge Long. AMONG the 700 delegates and adult leaders attending the three-day convention were observers of Jewish and Episcopal youth groups. In Friday's opening plenary session on the social apostolate, a standing ovation was accorded to Karen Chiles, a senior and student body president of Seattle's Holy Names Academy. One of four teen panelists, the 17-year-old Negro speaker from St. Teresa's Parish said: "Civil rights needs legislation but it is not that alone. Legislation is one thing but this is more of a moral and religious thing. I have a responsibility to my God to develop my capabilities and if there is anything in the way of that, I must chip away as best I can to remove the obstacle." 82 for Marian Award The number of recipients is the largest ever to receive the award in the Archdiocese. The ceremonies Sunday will be the fifth annual archdio- cesan presentation. A breakdown of the number of recipients, according to arch- diocesan chairman Mrs. Celeste Newman of Seattle, includes: Thirty-two scouts from Camas, Bellevue, neuron, Kirk- land and Seattle; 37 Camp Fire Girls from Port Angeles, Mount Vernon and Seattle; and 13 Juniors CDA's from Everett. Eighty-two young girls will receive the Marian Award in ceremonies at 3 p.m. this Sunday in St. James Cathedral. The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will present the na- tional award, the Church's high- est honor to deserving Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls and Junior Catholic Daughters of America. The Rt. Rev. Monsignor John P. Deogan, principal of Blan- cher High School, will give the sermon. THE role of the CYO in Tacoma was amply displayed mllnnllnnnn|nnnnlnl (Paid Advertisement)iiiiIiiInnllnnllnnlgnnqr  recently in Tacoma's new CYO Office during its open house g ceremonies. Tom Watters (left), member of CYO Holy i SKI HELL! ,,.,.,ow ,. i Cross Teen Club and one of the teens donating the most hours to the office's renovation, showed an archdiocesan | Catholic Youth Ski School -" Gaff Gordon, St. Francis of AssesS, Seahurst; Anthony Trotter, St. Joseph's, Elma; Robert Dzurick, St. Monica's Mercer Island; Mrs. Maxine Hass who accepted the award for Susan Kesling of Holy Rosary, Seattle, now a Gonzaga University coed; and Steven Cawdrey, Assumption, Seattle. Another medal winner was Kay Quinlivan, Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton. Presidents of teen clubs, designated the best in their respective deaneries, accepted the Christ the King plaques and are shown in the back row: (from left) Ed Timbers, St. Mary Magdalen's, Everett; George Converse, Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton; and Jerry Graddon, St. Francis of AssesS, Seahurst. Also honored was St. Mary's, Kelso. Archdiocesan VIP's THE leadership of the archdiocesan CYO teen program rests on the abilities of these new elected officers, headed by Steve Cawdrey (right front row), 17, Seattle Prep senior from Seattle's Assumption CYO Benedicteen Club. Vice President is Kathy Countryman (left), 17, Aquinas High senior from St. Frances Cabrini in Tacoma. Treasurer is Louis Stevenson, 17, Cascade High senior from St. Mary Magdalen's in Everett; and secretary is Barbara Ann (Biddi) Pcarsall, 15, a sophomore from SS. Aegidius and Mary's Aberdeen. The new archdiocesan president is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Cawdrey, 4105 N.E. Surber Dr. Steve is yearbook editor and drama club vice president at Prep. (Progress CYO Convention Photos by Charley Heib.) HOLY CROSS BROTHERS SEATTLE PREP vs. BLANCHET Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions How Tacoma st Francis , Cathedral 2. : Writing • Farming • Trades Briscoe 3, Laflf of L0urdes 1. CYO graph (from left) to Harry Sprinker, Pierce County Socia Work • CI0ricel Work St. Joseph 3, Holy Family O. = For Information write: Brother 00'eams raχe sacr00,f0rfelt).Heart Villa over St. Margaret commissioner;, Leo Gallagher, donor of the office space, one I at Ski Acres --c0mpiled by Frank LaRivlere of Tacoma s leading Catholic laymen and CYO booster; 1  Gilbert Burke, C.S,C. Notre Dame High School' and Dennis Caldwell, CYO Tacoma district teen president.  Name ... ................................... = 13642 Riverside Dr. Tacoma standinqs Flag football Staffed by the newly organized CYO Auxiliary, the office - Address ......................... Age ...... = Sherman Oaks. Calif. Cadette volleyball MIDGETS is located at 29173/2 S. 12th St. • - W L w L --(Progress CYO Photo by ],oseph Shensky.)I• City .............. Zone... Phone .......... =| St. Ann 7 O st. Leo 3 4 St. John 14, St. Teresa 6. St. Frances 56  Holy Rosary   St. Paul 22, Lady ; theEdwardLakeO.,. • o " Parish ............ School ......... Grade .... = I CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. VIsltatlOnsacred Heart S 4 st.St" PatrlCkpatrlck ew I 6 St.ChrlstLuketheT,KIngSt. 'plus',. 'Fun Feshval' af Snoqualmm _,2 I Wish Bus Transportation at the Following Pickup  I Reasonable Rate . . . Effloient ond .... A .... Cadet flag football CADETS SNOQuALMIE-- punch bowl and refreshments.  I I Mount Virgin 42, St. Louise 0. , I ndhn b m imam Z U4 FINAL STANDINGS st. Mealca IS, st. Teresa 6. A children s "Fun Festival" Pony rides during the day • Point: ...................................... I corefu ha " g y en who know how. " -t. Patrick S O Sacred Heart 2 S St. Joseph 14, Lady of the Luke 12. will also be featured, if weather  I Have My Own Transportation with Adulf Driver s st. -eo 3  st. Ann   Assumption 6, St. Matthew O. will be sponsored by Our Lady " • " ' Holy Rosary 3 2 Visitation O 4 Christ the King 34, Holy Femlly (g) O. of Sorrows' CYO Silanders Teen permits. I  319 Imp/ Awmee Noeth Seattle --Compiled by Jeff Buhr --compiled by Mrs. Martha Jones Club from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. • Name: .................... Phone ........... • CYO scoreboard Tacoma results this Saturday in the parish :euof, by Seattle Results Volleyball hall. . _ Booths will feature candy, [] Skiing Ability: [] Beg. [] Int. [] Adv. [] Racing • L Soccer CADETTES balloon game, grab bag, penny m m Check Enclosed: Registration Fee ($2) Full Amt. $-- m I ]  OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS St. An,. tS-tS-tS, St. Fatrlck Oreens toss, bean toss, ring toss, foot- I Please Make Payable to = I  =-. l MIDGETS 13-7o$. Blessed Sucrament t, St. Mark g. Whites 4-13-1S. • CATHOLIC YOUTH SKI SCHOOL • ] - . . . 1 st.St" JohnCUtherlnes, Assumption3' Assumptlonaeos 0.A's 3. St.10.6.ts.Frances I$-1S4, Holy Rosary, g 2208 Wh;fe-Henrv-Suar BI&, -! Athhtlc Equipment for the Enhre Family St. Matthew 2, Lady of Fatima 2. St. And ,s,,,,, s,. pa,r,ck Wh,,es Local Boy Captain , PERSONAL r . • ,, . ,,,, St. Joseph 6, Holy Family O. 7-4-1S. ° SERVICE ![  Seaffle I, Wash.  [ Seattle's Largest Selectmn l St. george 3, St. Bernadette 0. VIsltatlea ,-tS-,S, S,. eo t,.t-, Of ND Tenms Team IINSuRANCE,It St. Francis S, st. Louise 0. St. Leo tO4S4S, Sacred Heart ts-t342. [] The undersi-ned parent or guard;an of [] I of Team Equipment t Lady of Lourdes 3, Brlscoe 0. VIsltanon 15-1S-0, Holy Rosary 10-4-11. NOTRE DAME, Ind.--Stan- t) Ij  • = . " ............... . .....  I: TEAM PRICES :[ St. Frances -tS,lS, St. Patrick Whites CADETS IS-12-7. ton J. Brown of 604 Malden )"Thanks to all my policy-owners1[ • ...................... who is .......... years or age, • -. • . St. Catherine 4, Assumption 2. St. Patrick Greens lS.16-15, Visltanon Ave. East, Seattle, recently !end friends for helping me I consents to said minor's acceptance of sk;ing instruction from •    "% . OURS. 9 1'0 *0 -l St. George 2, St. Bernadette t. 9-14.12. Holy Rosary tS-lS-lS, St. Leo 7.7-tt. has been named captain of the techieve my milllon-dollar goal • the Catholic Youth Sk; School end hereby releases Ski Pro- I J- 5  % 0DA 1'U S1'UDv ea • i St. Ann 1S-lS4, Sacrad Heart U-S-IS. University of Notre Dame (;n '63, thus making if the th;rd) • fession01s, Inc., and ali instructors, from I;ability for any aceS- _ [-f]" Wm Ba ...... I (year ;n • row for this eccom-) I dent or iniury ocouring fo sa;d minor during the period of .m lt =IE , ...... AnIn ]([ Tennis team. S pllshment''' '  • such instru’χ;on and any 'rensportofion conne’,ed therewith.. I- I.   i   r'lf///l l Flag football A major in pre-med, he is ) SnClA REPRESENTATIVR FOR  • • CADETS also president of the student  BUSINESS MEN'S "/g ' :;T'" '':''''Y "' St. Patrick 22, St. Ann 0. Pre-Medical Society. Sacred Heart 36, Visitation O. • ...................................... • St. Leo t2, H01y Rosary ,. Mr. Brown's parents are Mr.  ASSURANCE S = DATE ........................ I Holy Rosary 16, Sacred Heart . and Mrs. Sam F. Brown of it SEATTLE • MAla 2-18S1  llililllllllllllilllilllllllllllllllllllllll I L St. Patrick 36, St. Leo 0. ,WHITE HENRY STUART BUILDING = Signature of Parent or C-uardlon [] [ ......... h'-' ; * * * ._ '_ - -- -Complied by Jeff Buhr St. Joseph Parish .................... Z %$ • •