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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 30, 1962 NCA's top-flight stars of 1962 THE BEST in the Archdiocese, that's what their Catholic high school opponents believe. These 12 players, plus one, have been voted to the Northwest Catholic Association's 1962 AU-Opponent Football Team. The stars, who with their teams attended the 26th annual Knights of Columbus Grid- iron Banquet Monday in Seattle, (from left) are (first row) Dick Johnson, Blancher; Joe Lynn, Bellarmine; Dave Dillon, Blancher, and Larry Cook, Seattle Prep, backs; (second row) Jim Miller, Blancher, end; Carl Jacobson, O'Dea, tackle; Dan Oliver, Blancher, guard; Rod Pierce, Blancher, and Jim Hogan, O'Dea, centers; Bob RoseUini, Seattle Prep, guard; Jim Stone, Seattle Prep, tackle, and Carl Jacobsen, O'Dea, end. The 13th man, named to the first team is Dick Tomko, Bellarmine, end. NCA names Inspirational to mates THESE FIVE football players Monday were named inspira- tional players of their respective teams at the K of C Gridiron Banquet. Coincidentally, three of them were former classmates at the same parochial school before enroll- ing at high schools of their choices. The inspirational recipi- ents (from left) are (first row) Lee Mayer, Seattle Prep end from St. Edward's Parish, and John Martinolich, Belier- mine tackle from Tacoma's Holy Cross Parish: (second row) Dave Dillon, Blancher quarterback from St. Benedict, Fred Worthing, O'Dea quarterback also from St. Edward's, and Tom James, St. Martin's defensive center guard, also from St. Edward's in Seattle. i i HOLY CROSS BROTHERS l: Serve God Through | i Farmin Trades Teaching l  Writing Social Work Clerical I work a Foreign Missions i For Information write: Brother | Gilbert Burke, C.S.C' ! Notre Dame High School I 13642 Riverside Dr. I Sherman Oaks Calif. qaat. Uy ! PERSONAL : INSURANCE SERVICE "The Seattle University Chieftains open their toughest schedute in SU history against Oregon State Decem- ber 7. We in the SU Alumni Asso- Ciatlon hope the Chiefs find the pot of gold at the end of Eddie Miles' 'Golden Arm' and from the shootin eyes of his teammates." SP1ECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR BUSINESS MEN'S  : ASSURANCE 'WHITE HENRY STUART BUILDING ' SEATTLE MAIn 2-1851 All-Opponent HE guys who have donned the uniforms and re- ceived the battle scars--win or lose on the grid- iron--paid tribute to those they believe are the best from Blancher, Seattle Prep, O'Dea and Bellarmine. This stellar Catholic high school football aggregation is the 1962 Northwest Catholic Association All-Opponent Team. The "all-star" selection replaces The Prog- ress' annual Consensus All-Catholic, All-North- west Football Team. Seeking to cooperate with the NCA, the Progress relinquished its annual gridiron pro- motion to help boost the Catholic Class AA league. The Blancher Braves, NCA co-champs, placed nine players with five of them in the first team. Co-champ Seattle Prep Panthers had three starters and four in the second team. The Bel- larmine Lions landed five with two first-string- ers while the O'Dea Irish had four with three of DICK them on the first squad.: TOMKO There are five juniors on the 27-man group. Three of them are Panthers Larry Cook, Steve Conklin and Mark Boulanger. Bellarmine had one three-year man, Joe Lynn, and Blancher another, Nick Kenny. The complete NCA All-Opp0nent roster follows with the name, school, class, weight, parish and hometown of each selectee: First team ENDS -- Jim Miller, Blancher, senior, 175, Blessed Sacra- ment, Seattle; Carl Jaeobson, O'Dea, senior, 165, Holy Rosary, Seattle; and Dick Tomko, Bellarmine, senior, 180, St. Leo's, Ta- COrn a. TACKLES -- Steve Tarabochia, O'Dea, senior, 195, Holy Rosary, Seattle; and Jim Stone, Seattle Prep, senior, 190, St. Anne's, Seattle. GUARDS -- Dan Oliver, Blancher, senior, 185, St. John's, Seattle; and Bob Rosellini, Seattle Prep, senior, 165, St. Pat- rick's, Seattle. CENTERS -- Rod Pierce, Blancher, senior, 170, Christ the King, Seattle; and Jim Hogan, O'Dea, senior, 180, Holy RosazT, Seattle. QUARTERBACK -- Dave Dillon, Blancher, senior, 165, St. Benedict's, Seattle. BACKS -- Dick Johnson, Blancher, senior, 180, St. Alphnnsus, Seattle; Joe Lynn, Bellarmine, junior, 170, Holy Cross, Tacoma; and Larry Cook, Seattle Prep, junior, 167, St. John's, Seattle. Second team ENDS -- Jim Sheahan, Seattle Prep, senior, 154, St. Anne's, Seattle; and Don Ordonia, Blancher, senior, 196, St. Benedict's, Seattle. CYO All-Stars Great effort THE JACK R. Oldershaw Trophy, emblematic of in- ternational j u n i o r soccer supremacy, returns to Seattle after an absence of seven years, thanks to the efforts of the CYO Archdiocesan All-Stars. The cadets, under the coaching of Ed Craggs (right) of St. Anne's in Se- attle, compiled the most points over the North Shore All-Stars. The two teams battled to a 0-0 tie Sunday in Vancouver, B.C., but the CYO had won the week be- fore, 2-0, in Seattle. Among the CYOers celebrating were Pat Noone (underneath the trophy) and Mike Ander- son, Mike Cruz, Rocco Mon- ary, Ted Finnie, D e n n is Paron, Bob Bullwinkel, John Dacy, Rick Corolla, G a r y Schutie, Mike Carney, Tim But I e r and Pat Moriarty among others. (Photo by Frank LaRiviere.) ,, iill  ....... .:::iiiiiiii!iiii!:ii: +" %! :i ,it : " ,x.,; : bring home inf'l trophy Soccer champs THE CYO central deanery cadet soccer championship cup goes for the sixfll in 11 years to St. Gear Jim Tomkins' Georgetown- ors beat St. Joseph's, 2-1, in the Thanksgiving Day clas- sic at Lower Woodland. In the opening game, J a ck Jones' St. George's defeated St. Joseph's, 1-0, for the deanery m i d g e t title. St. George's cadets (from are (first row) Joe Mike Saravich, Carlo Maz- zarini, James tester, Chuck Basic, Bob Burden and Paul Roppo; (second row) Terry Della, Ken n y Banchero, Wayne Gonzales, Gary Bar- tolini, Marry Cline, Mike DeSantis, Jerry Nest, P; rick Callahan, Jay Grog Della, Howard Spang- ler, Jeff Everitt and coach Jim Tomkins. Holy Rosary gridders mud-spattered but happy MUD-SPATTERED but happy is Holy Rosary's cadet flag Johnson, Jimmy Dubuque, Mike Wilds, Pat Denckla, John football team, 1962 CYO archdiocesan champion by virtue of a 20-0 victory Sunday over Visitation before 400 fans at West Seattle Stadium. The Seattle champs were paced by Ran Johnson who scored touchdowns of seven and 47-yard runs and J o h n G u e r c i with a 41-yard scamper. Harold Isdell's Visitation, entered the fray with a 5-1 record after winning the Tacoma CYO league. The Seattleites are now on an l 1-game winning streak and unscored upon in the last seven. Holy Rosary's team (from left) includes (kneel- ing) Paul Bride, Bill Deery, Jim Brandt, team captain Ron Herron, Frank Carlstadt and Dick DuCharme; (second row) Bill Toupin, Doug Naehr, Jeff Rattigan, Bill Nokes, Bill Kennedy, Terry McGovern, Don Nokes, Grog PieJll& Pat Toupin, Gone Toupin, Mike Corcoran, Keith Smit Tern Benedict and Paul Sorenson; (third row) assistant coach Paul Toupin, Jim Benedict, Thomas Dennis, Mike Ozkeweicz, Jim Guerci, Mike McGuire, assistant coach John Olson, Jay Davis and head coach Pete Hupperten who is also CYO athletic director. St. Michael's gridders are Olympia champs FOOTBALL enthusiasts at St. Michael's School will hold morals, who (from left) are (first row) John Barnes, Steve TACKLES -- Ed Olson, Blancher, senior, 194, St. Alphonsus, a victory banquet this Saturday in the school gym to cole- Seattle; and Nick Kenny, Blancher, junior, 170, Christ the King, brate their team's winning the Olympia Eighth Grade Foot- LlmlllllIBllllllllmlllllllnilllllllllillllllllllllllllll Seattle. ball League championship. The title, the first since 1945, I + [] | Skn He=i I GUARDS -- Barney Hyde, Seattle Prep, senior, 165, Our came on a 20-6 triumphant note over Washington. A re-Lady banquet at p.m., - of the Lake, Seattle; and Hal Sehindler, Bellarmine, senior, caption, following the 8 will also honor I 175, Sacred Heart, Tacoma. the team's retiring coach, Ben Hazlitt (extreme left). St.  CENTER -- Tim McCormick, Bellarmine, senior, 170, Holy Michael's won the crown with Hazlitt's fine coaching, a :I -r. Oificial Registration Form i Rosary, Tacoma. spirited and cooperative team effort plus a speedy back- " QUARTERBACK -- Steve Conklin, Seattle Prep, junior, 156, field. Those identified in the picture are players with nu- CYO SKI SCHOOL -" St. John's, Seattle. n BACKS -- John Matz, Bellarmine, senior, 190, Visitation, FYA drill Things to i n Tacoma; Mark Boulanger, Seattle Prep, junior, 165, St. John s, i NAME ..................................... n Seattle; John Honda, O'Dea, senior, 154, St. Mary's, Seattle; and team show come in CYO L Last Name First Name - Tom Sehroers, Blancher, senior, 180, St. Luke's, Seattle. ntr A girl's basketball clinic for A has oaaea Y Address ............................ ge .....  Honorable mention --v -- coaches and la'ers ".;11 be BELLARMINE -- Mel Mackay, senior, 165, Holy Cross, Ta- Exotic sounds and pageantry e s City ................ Zone .... Phone ......... coma; and Mike Mayer, senior, 150, Holy Cross, Tacoma. will highlight the Filipino Youth held at 1:30 p.m. ths Saturday in the Knights of Columbus Parish .......... School .......... Grade ...... | I have my own transportation with: i mi '' i pl . nn s Adult Driver'sName ............ Phone ...... [ Beilar ne, St Mart ............. suo00. ............. _. ayers are cited Or I wish bus transportation at the following pick-  up point ................................. '... Bellarmine a n d S t. out by the Tacoma News Tri- Skfing Ability J Martin's football players bune in that newspaper's 1962 Beginners, Intermediates, Advanced, Racing ! have garnered individutl Tacoma All-City team. Tomko honors at the close of the and Joe Lynn were named to Check enclosed: Reg. Fee ...... Full Amt ....... | the second team and Darrell Pleasemake payable to: [] 1962 season. CYO SKI SCHOOL, 500 Aurora Ave. N. [] Three players were singled Hughes. Mel Mackay, Matz SEATTLE 9, WASH.  out as co-captains of the Bel- and Mayer received honorable larmine Lions, according to mention. The undersigned, parentor guardian of ...................... [ Norman DiebeL coach. They ST. MARTIN'S landed two ........................ who is .................. years of age, n are Dick Tomko, Mike Mayer Rangers on the West Central consents to said minor's acceptance of skiing instruction I and John Matz. League All-Star team. Ken from the CYO SkL School. and hereby releases the Car- ! Joe Lynn was named the Hordyk, a senior fullback, was poration of the Catholic Archbishop of Seattle, its employees ! Lions' "Mr. Defense." named to the second team, and agents, assigns, voluntary workers. Ski Professionals. Two other honors w e r e and John Bell. senior tackle, Inc., and all instructors, from liability for any accident or I heaped on Matz. He was warranted honorable mention. injury occuring to said minor during the period of such in- u named the recipient of the Other Rangers of Lion coaches' award and of material are Craig Miller, struction and any transportation connected therewith. [ the Gold Star Award, the senior guard; and Pat Me- DATE .......................  latter given to a player with Kenzie, senior quarterback. .................................................. outstanding efforts during Two other stand-outs include i Signature of Parent or Guardian  practices. Garth Rosamond, halfback, mmunllnmlmmmnIlmnlmnnnmmmmmllmnllmm Six Lions were also singled and Hank Lees, guard. Activities of Seattle's Segunda Parade de Campiones, the sec- ond Parade of Champion, at 2 p.m. this Sunday in Seattle University's Memorial Gym- nasium. The drill team show, featur- ing some of the best units in the Northwest, will include Bal- lard Girls Drill Team, Ark As- sembly of the Order of Rain- bow Girls, Thunderbird Drum and Bugle Corps and the host FYA Princesa Drill Team and Cumbanchero Percussioneers. The FYA is composed main- ly of Catholic grade and high school students from Seattle. gym. The girls' league will start the first Saturday in January. Auditions for prospective members of the CYO Speak- ers Bureau will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. this Sunday in the CYO Office, 50, Aurora Ave. N. Aplliehnts will give a three-to-five minute talk on the purposes ff the CYO. The boys' basketball league in the ce,tral d,=anery will begin for all grade school age groups this Sunday. Marylhurst collegians MARYLHURST, Ore.-- The Portland Symphony has accepted as cellist Mary Mar- garet Voegtlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Voegtlin, Seattle. She is a music major at Marylhurst College. The college also announced that five Northwest Washington students have been named to the "Who's Who in American in news spotlight Colleges a n d Universities" honorary. They are. Mary Kaye Dyekman, Tacoma; Linda For- tune, Snohomish; Sarah Good- win, Oak Harbor; Kay Parent, Seattle; and Mary Jean Quinn, Packwood. And Leslie McDatfiel, Tac- oma, has been elected fresh- man class president. She grad- uated in 1962 from Aquinas. Hangge, Bob Whitney, Jerry Bushnell, Doug Barlow, Mill  Dougherty, Mike Robinson and Dan O'Niell; (second rolF Tony Krocker, Mike Hazlitt, Tim Tardiff, Pat Lee, Mike Baker, Stan Berger, Paul Lamm, Mike Reese, Barney ToWle, Dennis Mydear and Bob Engei; (third row) Mike Mc- Gaughey, Phil LaFond, John Garland, Rick Rucker, cap- tain; Pete Albertz, Dave Shoblom and Mark Blares. Other players are John Burfiend, John Louderback, Dan Roberts and Mike Towle. CYO training 00o.r ot st. Leo's win first honors course is set TACOMA-- In Everett st Leo High School has an- nounced its first honors list. EVERETT- First Honors, or a four point An officers training course average, went to Karen Barker will be held for the CYO Ev- and Marilyn Hoban freshme erett district at 3 p.m. this Marianne Laba. junior Sunday in Our Lady of Per- Linda Qualheim, senior. petual Help Parish Hall. Cundueting the course will be Second Honors. or a three- staff members of the CYO point average, was earned by: Archdiocesan Office in Seattle Seniors -- Diane Burke, Lynne Ann and teen-age members of the Doll, Dorothy Dow, Colleen Gallagher, Sallee Lavallee, Marie LaVergne, Pat CYO Speakers Bureau. McCarthy, Judy Medved, Margle Raw. Ilngs, JoAnna Rector, Sue Robinson, A silver collection will be Linda Schroeder. taken, announced Louis Stev- Janiors  Carol Bergstrom, venson, district president. Bergstrom, Peggy Guizzeni, Hamblin, HIIda Herbstler, Margaret Harold, Ronna Johnsen, Susan Marfln Cathy Oswald, Mary Ann Paul, Vivlan Frosh leads Piercy, Margaret Reichlin, L a r y Schniezler, Mary Schnuriger Joanna St. Placid's students Strong, Barbara Teterud. OLYMPIA-- Sophomores -- JoAnn Ancich, Nancy Borkley, Joan Bucholz, Dianne Bye, Freshman Alberta Canada, Mary ,Ann Carson, Ruth Christey, Dor- Olympia, led the students of othy Cressey, Twyla Duncan, Rosemary Fabre, Kathy Freed, Janet St. Placid High School at the Linda Haman, Mary Jane end of the first quarter with Diane Jackowski. Patricia Kaiser, Li Kerr, Kathy McPhee, Frances a grade point average of 3.92. Carol Miller, Palricia Mullins, Vickl Sophomores on the honor roll Osby, Salty Schindler, Chrisline Sobba, Mary Lynn Ulleberg. were Anne Hoffman and Nancy Freshmen--Sandra Cebuia, Kathleen Crow of Tacoma. Other fresh- Christey, Teresa Faro, Gall Fabey, men include Diedre Kidd, Jill Monica Gollagher, Jo Anne Gallwas, Nnlana llamas, Kristine Kendall, Mar- Feeney, Rita Johnson, Kathy garet McDonald, Diane McPhee, Shlr- White, Catherine MeKenzie, ey Osborn, Julle Rabdae, Mary Jean Roeber, Llnda Ruvo, Llnda Sanll, and Nancy Shay. Snyder.