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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 23, Fourth Degree essay open K of C gridiron banquet to a,, sen,ors Public high school sen- unites five teams James J. McBride, Seattle Prep alumnus and attorney, will be master of ceremonies. Bob Bourgette is chairman. Prothro, head man of the Beavers since 1955, has been described by many with these phrases: . . winningest football eoaeh on the west coast . . . the man who brought OSU to the top in grid prominence . . believer in tough, rough football played with cunning finesse . . ." In seven full seasons Pro- thro's teams have won 41 games, lost 26 and tied two. Included in that string are two Pacific Coast Conference titles and a Rose Bowl appearance where the Beavers lost to Iowa, 35-19 in 1956. THE BEAVERS this season under the brilliant direction of its all All-American athlete, Terry Baker, have won seven and lost two. OSU ranks fourth among the major independents in winning percentages with one of its losses coming at the hands of Washington, 14-13. Steelhead Clinic set by Tacoma K of C TACOMA-- Something new and needed for sportsmen: A Steelhead Clinic is being sponsored Friday, Nov. 30, by Tacoma Council of the Knights of Columbus at the K of C Hall. The clinic is open to the pub- lic and will start at 8 p.m. "Partieipating will be some of Western Washington's fin- est steelhead fishermen, who will demonstrate and explain various techniques and se- crets used to catch these giant wily sea-going rainbow t r o u t s," announced Mario Pereira, g e n e r a I program chairman. Dr. Sam Adams will show lure techniques. Dr. Walt Sobba will demonstrate roe (salmon or steelhead eggs) fishing. Gone Fenmore, state district supervisor, will open the pro- gram with a map-talk, showing which rivers have been planted and the expected returns. Walt Flint will set up a rod display. Mrs. Flint, also an ex- pert fisherwoman, will talk to the ladies. Los Davis will illustrate leader ties and knots. Shelton is site of CYO holy hour SHELTON-- A Holy Hour for CYO mem- bers of the western deanery will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, in St. Edward's Church. Hosts will be Father Mark Wiechmann, O.S.B., and St. Ed- ward's CYO Teen Club. Father Richard Cabala, O.S.B., of St:. Martin's College, will give the sermon. Presiding will be Father Gerald Moffat, arch- diocesan CYO director. Narrating the five decades of the Rosary will be Jim Doerty. Decade leaders will be Terry Smith of Bremerton's Star.of the Sea, Tom Fleming of Ta- coma's Holy Cross, Bill Vodar- ski of Tacoma's SS. Peter and Paul's, Jim Endicott of Taco- ma's Visitation and Bill Le Drew of Shelton. A spaghetti dinner will fol- low. A preview of the Shelton Live Nativity Pageant will also be shown. Holy Hour preparations are being coordinated by Kay Quin- laven of Bremerton, Jan Garri- son of Tacoma, Jim D0erty of Shelton and Mrs. Joseph Shah- sky of Tacoma. Blanchet all Catholic football in the Archdio- :" case has one more stand- ing date before giving way to basketball. And that's the 26th annual Knights of Columbus Gridiron Banquet next Monday in the Seattle K of C Hall. Starting time is at 6:30 p.m. Honored will be the players, coaches and athletic staff of Seattle Prep, Blanchet, O'Dea, Bellarmine and St. Martin's. Principal speaker w i 1 1 be Tommy Prothro, head football coach of the Oregon State Uni- varsity Beavers. Highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the James P. English Memo- rial Trophy, given by t h e Knights to the best team in the Arehdioeese. Also to be announced are the inspirational winners of the re- spective squads. TABBED AS the single larg- est Catholic sports banquet in the Northwest, the gridiron din- ner may seethe last appear- ance of the St. Martin's Rang- TOMMY PROT:IRO Baker's man ors at this sterling event. The post-season affair is co-spon- sored by Seattle and Tacoma Councils. High School Highlights Why Thanksgiving? Edited by Joe Magnano UST AS hundreds of years ago our forefathers gave an expression of thanks to God for their bountiful harvest, so should we today--thankful for many things, thankful, especially, for our Catholic education. It is not enough that Catholic schools give us a liberal education, that Catholic schools teach love of God and one's neighbor, that Catholic schools give the deepest moral and sanction for this injunction-- but that Catholic schools imbue in us a spirit of God to live and defend our faith against the inroads of all mod- ern, tainted isms of today . . . "Bless us O Lord, and these thy gifts . . ." BLANCHET--Congrats are due to John Major and Jan Rehfield, named Lions Club Boys of the Month . . . Not to be outdone spiritual-wise, Blancher observed two days of retreat last week.--MARGARET SULLIVAN HOLY ANGELS--Students will participate in the traditional Dominican procession, in which the Advent wreath is lighted December Z--THERESA FERGUSON HOLY NAMES--To the slopes! A Ski Club fashion show is headed by Susie Clark, Proxy, and Connie Belmont, V. (I,) P. The Sodality Girl of the Month went to Antoinette Furulano, chairman of the Inquiry Committee.--TERRI PAGNI. HOLY ROSARY--The Frosh "'Dixie Mixies" placed first in the school's pep rally . . . The annual turkey- raffle netted over $1,800.--LIZ LeMAY. IMMACULATE--The Freshmen rule the roost here. They treated the student body to a Thanksgiving party. Freshmen of 1B won the honor cup from the seniors for being all-around good "gals".--PAT FLOR O'DEA--The student body, jubilant over its best football season since 1950, plans'to celebrate with a sock-hop December 8. So many seniors, 70 of them, signed up for the closed retreat that the group was split into two to facilitate matters.--RICK HOUSER * SEATTLE PREP--The three day retreat for the entire student body was a "spiritual" success. Featured speakers were Father Dan Weber, Paul Schott, John Morse and Joseph Small, all of the S.J. Order. Prep, s most successful Thanksgiving Drive, helping needy families throughout the Seattle area, was headed by Jim Rosellini and Duffy Crowder . . . The Glee Club looks for- ward to a booked calendar for the next few months. --MARK BOULANGER. 4c * News from 'round the Sound' AQUINAS ACADEMY, Tacoma--"Camelot", which is the theme of the soph-frosh tolD November 24, is headed by Betty Macaluso and Toni Clark. Five juniors have been chosen as representatives to the city-wide Youth Council which plans rec- reational activities for high-school youth of the city-- Julie Avery, Charlotte Bonita, Teres Jensen, Christine Norling and Mary Ann van Boeklin... Students the indebted to the retreat- masters, Fathers William Cantwell and E. J. McDonald, C.S.P., for their inspiring talks . . . Judi Burke and Adrain Montbrous- sous, both junior, will wear the Bellarmine colors as cheer- leaders during the round-ball season . . . Yelling for Aquinas as cheerleaders are: Linda Froelich, Frani Lomax, Sandy Briske, and Cynthia Johnson.,-KATHY COUNTRYMAN. ST. PLACID'S, Olympia--Eliana Herrera of Olympia won the Voice of Democracy speech contest. Other finalists were Christine Stone of Lacey, second, and Cheryl King of Tacoma, third. debaters win first round Blanchet High School debar ers advaneed eloser to the state tournament by amass- ing four points Friday in the first of three meetings of the S e a t t 1 e Catholie Debate League. Host team Holy Rosary and Holy Angels each made two points, followed by Seattle Prep and O'Dea with one apiece in the two-round de- bate. The cumulative record of the senior teams in the SCDL will determine which school represents the Seaffle Catholie institutions in the state tourney. Blanehet also led in the junior division with f o u r THE 1962-63 OFFICERS of the" Catholic Inter-School Council of Seattle are (from left) Ann McKinstry, Forest Ridge, secretary; Patricia Steer, Holy Angels, treasurer; points, trailed by Holy An- Patrick Bradley, Seattle Prep, president; and Sue Kesling, gels, three; H01y Rosary, Holy Rosary, vice president. All are 17 and seniors. Brad- two; Seattle Prep, one; and Icy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bradley; 934 20th O'Dea, scoreless. Ave. E. in St. Joseph's Parish. Other CISCOS-affiliated schools are Blanchet, Holy Names, Immaculate and O'Dea. Your best bet for sports and Father .Jhn, P. Doherty, archdiocesan assistant superin- CYO news of significance is in tendent of schools, is moderator. The Progress. iors, enrolled in Confra- ternity of Christian Doc- trine classes, are now eligible to participate in the 1962 Fourth Degree Knights of Co- lumbus Scholarship Essay Con- test. The contest, annually spon- sored by James Shields Gen- eral Assembly had previously been limited to Catholic high school seniors. Helpiw, to promote the con. test again is the Catholic Inter- School Council of Seattle. The eontest is again stress- ing patriotism and Catholi. cism with the new theme, "Ameriean Education a n d the Catholic Student." Now eligible are Catholic high school and public high school seniors in King County. All public school upperclass- men must be enrolled in CCD to be eligible. The contest begins December 15 and ends at midnight Janu- ary 19, according to Leo J. King of Renton, chairman. Es- says will be limited to 750 words or less. The winner will be given a $500 seholarship at the Fourth Degree's Washington D a y Banquet February 23. ]'he assembly includes in its jurisdiction Seattle, R e n t o n, Overlake, Auburn and North Seattle Councils. All-Stars may bring soccer cup home The Jack R. Oldershaw Tro- phy may yet return to Seattle. Soccer fans will know by Sun- day evening. That's when the CYO Arch- diocesan All-Stars and the North Shore All-Stars finish their g a m e i n Vancouver, B.C., for the annual interna- tional junior soccer series. The CYO contingent, now eoaehed by Ed Craggs of St. Anne's, last Sunday edged the Canadians, 2-0, at Lower Woodland. Scoring the CYO goals were Ted Finnie of Briscoe and Raced Morary of Blessed Sac- rament. The two-game home-and- home series has been ar- ranged by the Catholic War Veterans' King County Chap- ter and North Shore. Daniel J. Barker is CWV chairman. How football squads finish Seaffle finals Flag foofball MIDGETS NORTH WL WL Christ t' King 6 2 St. Plus ... 2 4 St. John 5 3 St. Matthew .. 2 S Lady Of Lake 3 St. Luke .... 0 S MIDGETS SOUTH WL WL St. Paul ..... 6 0 St. Edward .. 1 4 SL Joseph .. 5 1 Assumption .. 0 S St. Teresa .... 3 3 CADETS SOUTH WL WL Holy Rosary . 5 0 St. Paul ,., 3 3 Mt. Virgin .. 5 I Immaculate .. I 4 St. Edward .. 3 2 St. Monica .. O 5 CADETS NORTH WL WL St. John .... 6 1 St. Matthew . 2 1 Lady of Lake 3 1 Assumption .. I 3 Christ King .. 3 2 St. Luke ... 0 6 Sixth for St. Francis volleyballers THE GIRLS from St. Francis of Assisi won their sixth ley Wirtz, assistant coach, Patty GoaT, Kathy Gauvreau central deanery CYO cadette volleyball championship in seven years with a 32-27 victory Sunday over St. Teresa's. Stalwarts in the 38-member squad (from left) are (first row) Cynthia Carvo, Suzann Baus, Nancy Wirtz, Jolene Albert, Susie Hiilard, Colleen Conlan, Cathy Hughes, and Anne Jordan; (second row) Patricia Michaelson, Kathy Houk, Linda McEachern, Karen Froland, Cris Mansfield, Bette Lou McLaughlin, Mary Ann Lemley, Dianne Moeller, Jonete Waters and Lorraine Crumb; (third row) Mrs. Shir- Girls settle volleyball championships St. Francis of Assisi from Seahurst is fast be- coming in CYO volley- ball what the New York Yankees are in baseball and th Boston Celtics in basket- ball; perennial champs. Mrs. Jeanne Moeller's south- side crew won the central deanery cadette tiel by edging out St. Teresa's, 32-27, in the last two and a half minutes of the chamoionship game Sun- day at Seattle U. St. Paul's, coached by Mrs. Helen Ramsey, won the city jamboree title with a 35-26 win over St. Edward's. The jamboree was held in conjunction with the deanery play-offs. The semi-final games saw St. Teresa's beat Our Lady of Fat;'-la, 50-23, and St. Francis top Christ the King, 42-30. Other jamboree results: SEMIFINALS St. Paul 44, St. Catherine 23. St. Edward 35, Blessed Sacrament 19. QUARTERFINALS St. Catherine 39, St. Luke 19. St. Paul 33, St. Joseph 28. St. Edward 39, St. Lady of the Lake 19. Blessed Sacrament 33, St. Bernadette 32. OPENING ROUND St. Edward 44, St. Anthony 18. Blessed Sacrament 44, St. Mark 32. St. Luke 25, St. George 24. St. Bernadette 42, Assumption 18. St. Catherine 35, Mount Virgin 19. Sacred Heart lB.) 40, St. Plus 27. St. Paul 46, St. John 26. St. Joseph 41, Sacred Heart lB.) 18. St. Anne 32, H01y Family 28. Lady of the Lake 44, St. Anne 30. Assumption 38, St. Matthew 31. St. Mary's in Wlnlock lists 32 honor students Thirty-two girls are on the St. Mary's Academy honor roll for the first quarter: Seniors -- Carol Wood Mary Bu'on- 'nagel, Mary Frances Gaines, Marie Schuller, Karen Wild, Gloria Gearhart, Jane ChromeY and Carol Gerberding Juniors -- Susie LaFond, Marguerite Kaiser, MIchele Magness, Jane Max- well, Marllyn Brown, Shirley Oczke- wicz, Vlckie Kann, Barbara Borte, Mary Clear and Judy Coppage. Sophomores -- Peggy Batterberry, Kathy Zmtarovich, Anne Melchior, Jan- ice Scheurich, Barbara Wood, Mary Eilen Garvey, Betty Monahan, Patricio Loughin, Rosemary Busby and Patricia Hollahan. Freshmen -- Dionne Dugaw, Larry Ann Olsen, Morgie Zonoukal and Bev- erSee Whaley, LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. 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Full- back and team captain Ron Johnson plunged over from the Kings in King County six-inch line to cap the eight- play drive. TROPHIES, emblematic of CYO cadet flag football cham- Holy Rosary's line averaged pionships, are shown by members of the 1962 central dean- 147 pounds and its backfield, cry finalists. Garry Kell (center front) of St. John's displays 127. his team's northern division trophy. Holy Rosary players l St. John's, coached by Joe (from left) are Pat Toupin with the perpetual deanery Sherman, remains the northern trophy, Ran Johnson with the permanent deanery cup and division champ. Jimmy Dubuque with the southern division award. Holy In the deanery title opener, St. Paul's, coached by Fred Rosary garnered the deanery cups with a 6-0 winSunday  Berth, defeated E a r !Lor- over St. John's. raine's Christ the King, 14-0, for the midget flag football HOLY CROSS BROTHERS )im DiJuli0, Jr. .... RIACH OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER 12th & E. PINE EA 5:5400 or AT 4-0787 championship. 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