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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 29, 1963 K ofC grid banquet honors teams: Prep 00Fna t NCA selections By Fred Cordova Seven Panthers from Seattle Prep's undefeated and untied gridiron machine were among 15 high school players named as starters of the 1963 Northwest Catho- lic Association All-Opponent Football Team. Two of those Prepmen -- Steve Conklin, a smooth-working quarterback, and Larry Cook, an elusive halfback--were among unanimous choices in ballots cast by all team members of Seattle Prep, Blanchet, Bellarmine and O'Dea. Released this Friday by NCA president John (Mickey) Naish, Blanchet athletic director and head football coach, the stellar list also in- cludes in the starting unit four Braves from Blanchet, two Lions from Bellarmine and two Irish from O'Dea. The entire All-Opponent squad will be pre- sented at the 27th annual Knights of Columbus Gridiron Banquet next Monday in the Seattle KofC Hall, 722 E. Union St. In the spotlight will be football players, staff and personnel of all the four Catholic high schools. Unable to attend this year because of time and distance are the Rangers of St. Martin's in Olympia, members of the Class A West Cen- tral League. Principal speaker will be Len Casanova, well- known University of Oregon head football coach, a former University of Santa Clara mentor and himself a Knight. SUPERIOR COURT Judge George Stuntz 'will present the KofC's James P. English Memorial Trophy to the best team of 1963 in the Archdio- cese. With no doubt in anyone's mind, the hand- some perpetual award will go to John Goodwin's Seattle Prep aggregation--the state's second- ranked team behind another Jesuit school, Gon- zaga Prep of Spokane. Seattle Prep has already won two well-earned trophies this year--the Class AA NCA champion- ship and the more-than-just-tough Class AA West- ern Conference title over Everett, Bellingham, Wenatchee, Cascade of Everett and Blanchet. The WC crown represents the Panthers first and the NCA mantle their fourth undisputed. Two other titles in the seven-year-old NCA were shared by both Prep and Blancher. The Panthers, in giving Goodwin his first no-no season in 16 years at Prep, eompiled nine straight by amassing 232 points with 35 touchdowns and limiting foes to -2 points with five TD's. Cook led all point-makers with a total of nine TD's and four points-after. His four-TD-game in Prep's 39-0 season closer over Blanchet enabled him to by-pass Conklin in the points race. Conk- ling, a teammate of Cook since their CYO-play- ing days at St. John's in Seatle, compiled seven TD's and 15 PAT's and magnificently steered the Panthers from the quarterback slot. Inspirational players of all four NCA-member schools will also be presented at the banquet. SPONSORED BY Seattle Council with the as- sistance of Tacoma Council, the banquet will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the master of ceremonies role being undertaken by Johnny O'Brien, now King County commissioner and former Seattle University legendary basketball All-American great. Bob Bourgette and John Sullivan are ban- quet co-chairmen. The four teams will be led into the banquet by their respective coaches, including Mike Silvey of Bellarmine and Bill Gilmore of O'Dea. The NCA All-Opponent team members with additional information concerning their heights, parishes and bometowns are: First team selections ENDS--Dennis Dorrateague, Seattle Prep, senior, 182, Holy Rosary, Seattle; Pat Maior, Blanchet, junior, 167, St. Benedict's, Seattle; and Mark Clark, Seattle Prep, senior, 165, St. Joseph's, Seattle. TACKLES--Nick Kenny, Blanchet, senior, 180, Christ the King, Seattle; Dave Runff, Seattle Prep, senior, 165, St. Joseph's, Seattle; and Brian Engiin, O'Dea, junior, 170, Our Lady of Lourdes, Seattle. GUARDS--BOb Geraghty, Seattle Prep, senior, ,171, Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle; Tim Fuehs, Bellarmine, senior, 170, Holy Cross, Tacoma; and Dick Sandstrom, Seattle Prep, senior, 184, St. Catherine's, Seattle. CENTER--Jim Giuffre, Blancher, senior, 190, Christ the King, Seattle. QUARTERBACK--Steve Conklin, Seattle Prep, senior, 161, St. John's, Seattle. BACKS- Larry Cook, Seattle Prep, senior, 175, St. John's, Seattle; Rod Winterroth, Blan- chet, junior, 175, Christ the King, Seattle; Pat Kennedy, Bellarmine, senior, 154, St. Patrick's, Tacoma; and Dick Hill, O'Dea, senior, 150, Im- maculate, Seattle. Honorable mention BELLARMINE--Joe Lynn, halfback, senior, 175, Holy Cross, Tacoma; and Gary Ruffo, quar- terback, senior, 190, St. Rita's, Tacoma. O'DEA--Rick Terracing, end, junior, 150, St. Mary's, Seattle; Mike McCann, tackle, junior, 185, St. Anthony's, Renton; and Jim Hunter, quarterback, junior, 150, St. Edward's, Seattle. BLANCHET---Jim Bourgette, halfback, Senior, 160, Blessed Sacrament, Seattle; Gene Duncan, quarterback, senior, 150, St. Matthew's, Seattle; and Bob Ortblad, tackle, senior, 180, Christ the King, Seattle. SEATTLE PREP -- Greg Caputo, fullback, senior, 168, Our Lady of Mount Virgin, Seattle; Hugh Bangasser, center, senior, 185, St. Joseph's, Seattle; Steve Bonney, tackle, senior, 179, St. Edward's, Seattle; Duane Browning, tackle, senior, 205, St. Teresa's, Seattle:, Jim St. Ger- main, fullback, junior, 198, St. Anne's, Seattle; and Bob Pigott, tackle, senior, 205, St. Joseph's, Seattle. President Kennedy and Monsignor Stevenson President's last message to Catholic youth CYO around the Archdiocese: Happe rags North district in teen 'buttons' up orcles . CYO debt ,n Tacoma "Turkey Trot, dance, CYO :: .:i:i i.i!iii: Thanks to the combined ef- Tacoma district, 8:30 to 11:30 :  forts of ll north district teen p.m. this Saturday, St. Fran-i i:: '   clubs in the CYO's central ces Cabrini Parish Hall. Music, : :  deanery, the CYO is out of hock Desolutes. Donations, $1 per  [   in the ill-fated Ccntury 21 person. Chairmen, Doug Ma- ROBERTA TOM jar, district social chairman, PURCELL SPlNK and Mrs. Kenneth Coriell, ad- ult advisor Mount Vernon youths win CYO honors in Sumner Holy Hour, CYO Tacoma District, St. Andrew's CYO Teen Club, 3 p.m. this Sunday, St. Andre,'s Church. Theme, "Coming of Christ." Prayer intention, "Racial Harmony." Sermon by Father James V. Hamilton, pastor of Tacoma's Sacred Heart Parish. Compli- mentary spaghetti dinner to follow. NEW YORK (NC)-- President John F. Kennedy, paying a surprise visit to the National CYO Federation convention two weeks before his untimely death, urged Catholic young people to serve the nation. "I hope that all of you will serve not only your families and your Church but also this country," Mr. Kennedy told 5,000 delegates to the CYO convention. The President was loudly cheered by the delegates in the grand ballroom of the New York Hilton at Rockefeller Center. In his introductory remarks he took note of the presence of nuns in the audiences and commented: "I am glad to see the Sisters . . In my experience monsignors and bishops are all Republicans and the Sisters are all Democrats." Mr. Kennedy referred to the convention theme--"Youth Gives Service"--and said: "I can't imagine a greater cause in which to be engaged." He stressed the duty of serving not only the people of this country but the many abroad who depend on the United States, and said: "The world is engaged in the most difficult and trying struggle in its long history. All of the great epics which tore the world for the last 2,000 years pale in comparison to the great ideological gulf which sepa- rates us from those who oppose us." He said Americans have a duty "not merely to denounce our enemies" but "to demonstrate what freedom can do." Democracy, he noted, is "the most difficult" form of government because it "requires more discipline, character, self-restraint and willingness to serve the public interest as well as our own private interest." The President told the young people that they are the "future leaders" of the country and that their elders expect much of them. He reminded them, too, of their duty toward less fortunate young people, including the "millions" of drop-outs from school and those who live in underprivileged areas. The United States, he said, "deserves the best. It has been very generous to us all, and we must be generous in return." All Stars Mr. Kennedy was introduced to the convention by FOR ANEWORUSED Grid record: 2Owins " Monsignor Frederick Stevenson, director of the Youth Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference. CHEVROLET 21 losses 2 ties are named Call There is a strong possibil- ' JOHN ity that Bellarmine High LyR Shdl Northwest Catholic Association football School's fleet halfback, Joe a etreat c e u 0,s JARLAIS Final Standings" Lm.n, will be named to the (Day.Jor.LW) League Season 1963 Tacoma News- Tribune The Palisades Visitation Retreat EM 3-6110 All-City Football Team. Res. W L T Pet. PF PAW L T Pet. GBL This possibility comes de- (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) LA. S-8312 Seattle Prep ........ 3 0 0 l.O00 232 32 9 0 0 1.009 -- spite the senior's missing four December 6-8 MeMaEn Blanchet ............ 2 1 0 .667 104 151 S 4 0 .556 1 games in NCA, Tacoma City St. Joseph, Seattle St. Vincent de Paul, Federal nv OF THE Bellarmine .......... 1 2 0 .333 48 169 2 $ 0 .250 2 League and Capital League Way LAge PARISH O'Dea ............... 0 $ 0 .000 45 148 1 6 1 .143 3 actions because of a broken Holy Cross, Tacoma hand. But Lynn's all-around St. Leo, Tacoma. High school point-makers ability could not be ignored, |iIIE/'T|; TD PAT FO TP TO PAT F@ TP according to a reliable source December 13 - 15 rLggl Larry Cook, SP ........ 9 4 0 58 D. Dorratcague, SP I 0 0 6 Steve Conklin, SP ...7 14 0 56 Tim Horklns, Bell ..... I ' g 6 in Tacoma. No Retreat St. Patrick, Seattle CHEVROLET INC Greg Capulo, SP .... 7 O O 42 NicR Kenny, BL .... 1 O 0 6 Two other possible selee- Holy Rosary, Tacoma " Pat Major, EL ....... 6 O 0 36 Pat Knelp, SM ....... 1 0 o 6 Mark Clark, SP ....... 3 O O 24 Mike Larson, SP ..... 1 O 0 6 Hans from Bellarmine are St. Ann, Tacoma 117th & BOTHELL WAY Genu Duncan, BL ...4 0 0 24 Steve Mathlas, SM .... I 0 0 6 guards Tim Fuehs senior, Joe Lynn, Bell ...... 4 0 o 24 Terry Rogers, SM .... ! O 0 6 Dick Hill, O'D ....... 3 1 0 19 Stun Russell, SM ..... I 0 0 6 and Dennis Brenuan, junior. Jeff Smith, SM ....... 3 1 O 19 Mike Sauntry, SP .... 1 0 O 6 nod Winterroth, BL .,3 0 0 1, Mike Whims, eL ..... , 0 0 6 Lynn bus already been. EVERETT LAURELHURST FUEL OIL Jim St. Germain, SP 2 1 0 13 Steve Kneashaw, Bell 0 4 o 4 named t o t h e All-Capital Mark Boulanger, SP ..2 0 0 12 Dan Stokke, BL ...... 0 4 0 4 John Caftan, O'D ...2 0 O 12 Pat Naughton, SP ...O 3 ' 3 League second team. MAY WE SERVE YOU? Jim Hannam, SM .... 2 0 o 12 Gary Ruffo, Bell ...... 0 0 3 3 MEANWHILE, St. Martin's Pat Kennedy, Bell ...2 o O 12 Gary Susak, O'D ..... 0 2 O 2 Dave Lanza, SP ....... 2 0 O 12 Grog cox, sM ........ 0 1 o i landed its stellar junior guard, "Peace of Mind" OFFERS YOU A "WORRY-PROOF" Bob Pcrmele, O'O ...2 0 0 12 Ken Hordyk, SM ..... O 1 0 1 Louis Braunschweig on the Jim Bourgette, BL 1 4 O 10 .... MIke Mast, SM (tackl, forsofety)2 West Central League All-Star S.rvic. for .ll of your HEATIN G SERVIC E Prep strikes out 9 Braves grab five lineup. Braunschweig is 173 dry cleaning and shirt WESTERN CONFERENCE WESTERN CONFERENCE pounds and hails from Kent. luundry n,uds. Seattle Prep ........ 5 0 0 1.OOO (Listed under Seattle Prep) Receiving honorable mention Everett .............. 3 | O .750 BLANCHET'S RECORD in the CL selections was St. VALETOR CLEANERS & WHICH INCLUDES: Blanchet ............. 2 3 o .4OO WON S, LOST 4, TiED 0 Martin's Hank Lees, senior SHIRT SERVICE @ AUTOMATIC DELIVERY Wenatchee ........... 2 3 o .4oo s seattle Prep .................. 26 cascade ............. 1 3 O .250 7 Wenatchea .................... 13 guard, 154 pounds, from Met- AL 9-61 16 Grand i Wall Belllngham .......... I 4 0 .2oo 26 Cascade ....................... 13 27 Be, ingham ................... ! aline Falls. Regular Inspection SEATTLE PREP'S RECORD 12 Bellarmine .................... 7 WON 9, LOST 0, TIED 0 19 O'Dea ......................... 7 26 Slophe| 0 O Everett 20 @ OIL BURNER SERVICE .................. " ....................... 'as' RED CARPET" 26 Mount Vernon ................ O 13 Stadium ....................... 7 7 Everett ...................... 6 O Seattle Prep ...................  InsuranGe Plea 33 Beilarmine .................... 6 CLEANING 28 Bellingham ................... 7 104 Opponents ..................... 15"1 co,cad. .............. ........ 0 OIL TANK INSURANCE 13 Wenatchee ..................... 4 o,oea ....................... , Irish manage one Against Replacement 39 Blancher ...................... 0 O'DEA'S RECORD  WON 1, LOST 6t TIED 1 2 Opponents ...................  0 Burlington-Edison ............. 7 BUDGET TERMS 0 Bellarmine .................... 13 Two for Lions ,, TOhomo ...................... -- 0 Lakeside ...................... 20 TACOMA CITY LEAGUE 12 Federal Way .................. 12 w T ed. 7 a.a.h ....................... I, It's all yours Jar LinColn .............. 4 0 0 1.go0 7 Seattle Prep ................... 33 Stadium .............. 2 2 . Far... ...................... ,, QUALITY________ CLEANING wilson ............... 2 2 e zoo s oppoaeats ..................... 1 a telephone cull neUarmlne ........... I 3 0 .?.,SO Mount Tahoma ..... 1 3 0 .0 CAPITAL LEAGUE Rangers pick up 3 FREE P/CK.UP & DELIVERY PHONE TODAY[ w C T pc. WEST CENTRAL LEAGUE WE INVITE CHARGE ACCOUNTS Lincoln .............. S O 0 1,000 W L T Pet. West Bremerton .... 4 1 O .800 Tumwater ........... 4 , e .ago KNIT SUITS A SPECIALTY LA'-- 4500 Wilson ................ 2 3 0 .4OO Chehalts .............. $ 2 0 .GOO Stadium ............. 2 3 g .4OO Raymond ............ 2 2 1 .SEa ml Bellarmine ........... 1 4 0 .200 Montesano ........... 2 2 1 .SEa  Two Locations to Serve You Mount Toma ...... I 4 O .200 sling ................ 2 2 1 oo 1205 So, K St. St. Martin's .......... 0 4 1 .0 ee--Mme's eCOnD in the K street business district WON 2, LOST 6, TIED 0 ST. MARTIN'S RECORD (0] Stadium (Grid.Go-Round) .... (0) WON 3, LOST i, TIED ! WOOLEN VILLAGE CLEANERS in Lakewood (0) Lincoln (Grid-Go.Round title). (7) 18 Rochester ..................... 0 13 O'Dea ........................ 0 19 Whnu PaSs .................... I; 7 Stadium ...................... 14 0 Tumwater ..................... 21 6 Seattle Prep ................. 33 lS Yuim .......................... 6 A HEATING J 7 Blancher ...................... 12 0 Raymond ...................... 26 0 Lincoln ....................... " 7 Elma .......................... 19 PHONE 6 w.so. ........................ - o c..o.s ....................... , COMPLETE SERVICE 9 Mount Tahoma .............. 0 0 Montesano ..................... 0 0 West Bremerton ............... 28 0 Eatonvllln ..................... 10 " Opponents ..................... 1 ;o,,I. ....................... , MAin Skiers' Mass schedule 7-6159 SHIn or LAURELHURST FUEL 01L C0 METAL WORKS i Mass for skiers will be said , We do new end r,pair jobs for all I every Sunday at 12:10 p.m. be- III Iv, p,rpo,e, .h,r, sheet motel is r,-I ginning December 1. Masses ,.n,ver Fran J. Metier ouired. J Frank A. Marier, Jr. Stephen M. Morier MAin 3,0242 206 Jo.kson Street | will also be said the same time 8-9333 S|ArrL! 4 Christmas Day and New Year's L John Schiller 3200 NE 45th LA 3-4500 I Day. Two Mount Vernon youths from the Immaculate Concep- tion CYO Teen Club have been named CYO Teen-Agers of the Month for October by the Car- roll Club of Seattle. They are Roberta Purcell and --at Lady of Guadalupe Tom Spink, both 17 and seniors at Mount Vernon High School. Elections, Our Lady of Roberta is the daughter of Guadalupe CYO Teen Club, Se- attle. President, Charles J. Law Jr., West Seattle High junior and son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law Sr., 5408 42nd Ave. SW. Vice presi- dent, Marsha McAlister; secre- tary, Claudia Carter; treas- urer, Richard Thomas. How CYOers finished Seattle finals Soccer MIDGETS SOUTH WLT WLT St. Joseph ..7 0 0 Brtscoe ..... 2 3 1 St. George .6 1 0 St. Francis .2 41 Lourdes ..... 421 St. Louise ..070 St. B'dette ...3 21 Holy amlly 070 MIDGETS NORTH Assump'n A 6 0 2 St. Mark ...3 3 2 St. John .... 6 1 1 BI Sac'meat 3 4 1 St. Anne .... 4 3 1 St. Matthew 1 6 1 Fatima ...... 3 2 3 Assumpt'n B 0 8 0 St. Catherine 3 2 3 CADETS SOUTH St. George ...7 0 0 Briscoe ..... 4 2 0 St. Joseph ...5 2 0 Holy Family 2 5 0 St. S'dette ...4 2 0 Cathedral ...1 6 0 Lourdes .... 4 3 0 St. Francls .0 7 0 CADETS NORTH St, Anne .,.6 0 0 BI Sac'ment 2 3 1 St. Catherine 4 1 1 SH Villa .... 2 4 0 Assumption .3 3 0. St. Margaret 0 6 0 Fallma ..... 2 2 2 ompiled by Frank LaRiviere Flag Football MIDGETS SOUTH WLT WLT St. Joseph...,6 0 0 St. Edward ..I 4 1 St. Paul ..... 5 0 1 St. Plus ...... 1 5 0 St. Teresa ...2 2 2 MIDGETS NORTH St. Luke ..... 510 Lady Lake ...132 Christ King ..5 1 0 Assumption ..0 5 1 St. John .... 2 3 1 CADETS SOUTH St. Edward ..5 0 0 St. Monica ...2 3 0 Mt. Virgin .,S 1 0 St. Teresa ...1 5 0 Holy Rosary ,4 2 0 St. Louise ...0 6 0 CADETS NORTH st. John .... 7 0 0 St. Luke ..... 3 4 0 St. Joseph ...6 1 0 Christ King ..2 5 0 Lady Lake .,.5 2 0 Holy Fomlly .1 6 0 Assumption ..4 3 0 St. Matthew .0 7 0 --compiled by Mrs. Martho Jones Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Purcell, 925 N. 16th St. in Mount Ver- non. Teen Club secretary, she is also active in the Sodality and Girls Club. High school s t u d e n t body president and a basketball play- er, Tom is Teen Club spiritual chairman. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spink, Rt. 1 Box 189 in Mount Vernon. Booster Button Sale. The north district adult and teen council recently paid a, balance of $1,581.20 to close out the sale, undertaken two years ago to promote the S e a t t I e World's Fair. The clubs raised $760 to can- cel the balance. The rescue program was headed by Dan Ad a m s o n, north district adult president from St. Benedict's, assisted by Phil Anderson of St. Mat- thew's, Maretta Strena of St. Catherine's and J e n n i f e r K i r s c h of Assumption, all teens. Other dubs in the district are Blessed Sacrament, Christ the King, Our Lady of the Lake, St. Alphonsus, St. John's, St. Luke's and St. Mark's. Said J. Gordon Hamilton CYO executive director, in an- nouncing the north district's successful campaign: "Everyone in CYO -- t h board, the councils, the Car- roll Club--is grateful for the work, the charity and the No flag football, soccer scores If you are looking for re- sults of the following: C Y O Archdiocesan Cadet Flag Football Championship Game Sunday in Tacoma be- tween St. John's of Seattle and St. Patrick's of Taco- ma... . . Jack R. Oldershaw international junior s o e c e r trophy match Sunday in Van- couver, B.C., between the Archdiocesan CYO All-Stars and the North Shore All- Stars . . . . . You won't find them in this edition. Because of the news uproar over the presidential assasi- -nation and burial, no scores were reported this week to The Progress splendid example and fine contribution of these young people." i HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions e Writing Farmincj Trades Social Work CSerical Work Par Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. 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