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Cage'51x--' O'Dea to Meet Edmondsln HoopOpener The O'Dea Irish will open their '47 hoop season when they travel to meet the Edmond Tigers, to- night. Irish hoopsters are in for a busy time this week-end with two games on the schedule. Following the Edmonds game, they return to their home court, Saturday, to meet Arlington. Coach Murray Healy announced Wednesday that his squad has been trimmed down to fourteen players and is ready for action. In a practice game at Franklin gym, Tuesday night, the Irish outplayed a stron Z Franklin five to win 48-41. Franklin was lead- ing 28-26 at the half, but the Irish vcent ahead to stay in the early part of the second period. Dick Naish took high point honor with 17 counters. Tonight's starters for O'Dea are: Bob McDonald,. (F), Bob Fieser, (F), Jack DSherty, (C), Ran Ellingsen, (G), and Dick Naish, (G). Other Irish players who will see action this season are: Bernie White, (F), Bob Tangney, (G), Spike Schrette, (G), Bob Till, (G), Bob Baratta, (C), Bill King, (F), Norm Bukoskey, (F), Don Ryan, (G), and Bill Blair (F). Oq[}ea Schedule December 12, Edmonds, there; 13, Arlington, here; 19, Belling- ham, there; 20, Port Angeles, there; 23, Burlington, there; 27, lmonds, here; 30, Longview, there. January 3, Arlington, there; 6, Bellarmine, there; 13, Seattle Prep (U. of W.); 17, Burlington, here; 20, Lakeside, there; 27, Se- attle Prep (U. of W.) ; 30, St. Mar- tin, here. February 3, Possible playoff with Prep; 6, St. Martin, there; 10, Bothell, 'here; 14, Lakeside, here; 20, Bellarmine, here. CLASS OF 29 GET K, OF C, DEGREES Seattle Council, K. of C. con: ferred three degrees uporL a class of 29, last Sunday. The Rev. An- drew Squier, Stephen A. Cain, past state deputy and John Rich- ter, fcrmer chancellor, directed the - exemplification. Preceding the council meeting next Monday, the Rev. Father Conway of Seattle College, will lead the digcussion group session, which be'!rs at 7 p. m. Dinner for the Knights will be served at the club at "6:30 p. m. Mickey Finn Elected By R. R. Brotherhood CATHOLIC NORTH Four High School Grid Teams Name Their 'Most Inspirational' Players Four Catholic hzgh school grid squads named .their "Most Inspirational" players in the highlight of the annual Grid- iron Dinner at the Seattle K. of C. Club Monday night. Chosen for the honorby ballot of their teammates were Pat O'Leary of Bellarmine, Pat Gales Seattle Prep, Frank Minalia of I of O'Dea and Ran McMillan of St.[ Martin High. i Attending the pepful 1947 grid finale were players representing the four schools, as honored guests and some 200 proud dads and fans, including Knights from Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia who were the hosts. The Rev. E. J. McFadden, pas- tor of St. Teresa Parish,' made an inspiring talk to the boys and Ed McKeeverr San Francisco U. Coach and former Notre Dame mentor, concluded the speaking program with football lore and anecdotes. , The James P. EngEsh tropny, re- tained by Bellarmine for a sec- ond year, was presented by Mr. English, the donor. Al Niemiec, baseball luminary presented the four "most inspira- tional" football players their awards--Elgin wrist watches, gifts of Gleeson & Rock, jewelers. A football, autographed by the Notre Dame team, U. S. 1947 9hampions, was presented to Joe Holmes, Seattle Prep Ace, who was a finalist in the recent all- Seattle Youth of the Year election. Fred Prove, U. of W. star back made the presentation speech. Nesco Club To Hold Xmas Dance AtBI. Sacrament The Nesco club will hold its annual Christmas dance at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20 in the Blessed Sacrament parish hall. Co-chair- men Randy Murray and Reggie Horst are planning a big night with a cabaret style dance, wait- ers and all. For refreshments a Smortsbord is being planned. Music will be furnished by a six- piece orchestra. Admission will be $1.00. Dress is informal. President T o m McAuliffe an- nounced that on the second week of the new year the club will spend the week-end at Lake Wen- atchee, skiing. J. J. (Mickey) Finn has been elected legislative representative of Puget Sound Lodge of the Chancellor Club Brott{erhood of Railroad Trainmen. His term runs until 1950. Initiates 2Z Mr. Finn'is a member of Sacred [ Heart Parish, Seattle and an ac- I tive leader of Seattle Council, The Chancellor Club which now Knights of Columbus. Sincerity [ boosts a membership of more than and earnest eloquence have made J300 continues to grow as 22 new him many friends. Four Gaines Slated In Crusader League Hoop Openers Sunday Teen-agers To Have i Marslunallow Roast At Bellevue Tonight " St. Mary Teenagers Club has rented trucks to transport mem- t bets to a private beach near BeN levue for their marshmallow roast Friday, Dec, 12. At the meeting last Wednesday membership c a r d s were distri- buted. members were initiated on Decem- ber 4. The initiation under the direction of Pat Callahan and John Perko, started with dinner at 'A Little Bit of Sweden. Following the formal installation a skating party at the Ballard Ice Arena wound up the evening's activities. The initiates are:--Franeis A1- pane, Jeanne Atkinson, Mary &t- kinson, Darlene Becket, Robert Brown, Patricia Burns, Joseph Byrne, Angelo Colasurdo, Helen Cuper, Helene Doppler, Lauya Doppler, Helen Drazic, Almelia Eilenberger, Erin Hanley, ,Joseph Janak, Mary Kopriva, Frank Lee, Elmer Lucas, Betty Miller, Mary Schmldt, William Stobener and Marilyn Wilwerding. Chancellors to Hold Xmas Party at K.C. Members of the Chancellor Club will hold their annual Christmas party at 9 p. m. Friday, Dec. 19 in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Admission this year will be a min- imum of five articles of canned food, which will be given to needy families in Seattle. LEO W. STEWART Attorney t'or Estate, 1021 Northern Life Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN ALFRED LUNDQUIST, Deceased• IN PROBATE---No. 104522. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the es- tate of John Alfred Lundquist. De-I ceased; that all persons having • claims against said deceased are hereby re-I quired to serve the same, duly veri-i fied, on said administrator or his at- torney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of s u c h service within six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or ihe same will be barred. Date of first publication, December 12. 1947. FRANK MARINO, Administrator of said Estate. 1021 Northern Life Tower, .qpattle, Wash. LEO W. STEWART, Attorney for Estate. 1O21 Northern Life Tower, Seattle, Wash. Date of final publication December 26, 1947. The Crusaders basketball league will open its schedule at 1 p. m. Sunday, December 13 in - the Knights of Columbus gym, with four games slated for the open- ing  session. Sacred Heart will meet with St. Anne in the opener at 1 p. m. Last years league champs from St. Benedict will play Mr. Virgin at 2 o'clock, St. Alphonsus and Holy Family at 3 o'clock and Cath- edral will tangle With St. Cather- ine boys for the final tilt at 4p.m. Ed.: Logan, manager of the league announced Thursday that another team would probably be added to the schedule this week. Merry Christmas froln SMITH-CANDY 1100 Olive Way "Your Friendly Ford dealer" ELiot 0200 Comfortable Living All Outside Rooms Singles and Doubles Rates $4.00 to $10.00 Daily and Weekly Darrell Hotel 703 - 8thAve. S: C. Will Award Scholarships At Forensic Meet Two scholarships will be top awards in Seattle College's annual high school forensic tournament to be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19 and 20. • Already 16 high schools in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia have announced their intention too send representatives to compete in the two-day meet. Extemporaneous, impromptu, de- bate and oratory will be included. The scholarships to Seattle Col- lege will be awarded the best ora- tor in the men's senior speaking division and in the woznen's di- vision. Trophies will be given the best men's and the best women's debate teams and to first-place winners in the extemporaneous and the impromptu divisions. S.C.Chiefs to Meet Willamette Here Marquette Wins • Annual Valley 'A' Hoop Jamboree YAKIMA. --The Marquette Squires opened their hoop season with a bang by winning the Valley "A" hoo1>-go-rouhd in the Yakima Armory, Saturday. Marquette opened the Jamboree by thumping the Red Devils of Moxee, 14-3. Highland, newest member of the valley league, suf- fered a 15-7 defeat at the hands of Naches in the second go, and then bowed 10-4 to the Squires in the th'_'rd tllt. # Marquette and Naches, top teams, played the final game for the championship. Naehes drew first blood on a foul shot by Olie Dake. (Capt) Scott Milne sunk the next basket putting the Squires out in front where they stayed until the final gun. Final score was Marquette 7, Naches 3. • Three M a r q u e t t e hoopsters (Capt.) Milne, A1 Wellner and Ernie Beehler tied for high point honors with 10 tallies each. Eight lettermen are on the Mar- quette team. They are: Scot MIne, Al Weliner, Ernie Beehler, Dick Milne, Ed Carroll, Bill Bischoff, Don Cyr and Fred Beehler. Other team members are: Bob Reese, Mike Leingang, Ed Riel and Joe Seabeck. Marquette's Schedule December 9, Moxee at Moxee; 11, Zillah at Zillah; 18, Naches at Naches; 20, Seattle Prep at Mar- quette; 23 Naches at Nachea; 29, Seattle Prep at Seattle; Jan. 1, Ellensburg at Ellensburg; 3, Top- penlsh at Marqute; 9, Cle Elum at Marquette; 10, Yakima at Yakima; 16, Selah at Selah; 17, Saturday Night I Highland at arquett; 23' Enens" burg at Marquette; 24, Wapato at Marquette; 30 Toppenish at Top- • The Seattle College Chieftains Will return to their new home court to meet Willamette Univer- sity at 8 p. m. tomorrow night. A new starting lineup will prob- ably greet spectators in the Wil- lamette contest with Gordy David- son, Seattle Prep star moving into guard post along with Bill "RustY" King. The rest of the Chieftain lineup however, will remain the SalTle. Coach Len Yandle drilled the squad four times this week with the accent on defense play. The Chiefs dropped their twin opener to U. B. C., 59-58 and 40-28 last week-end, and suffered their third straight loss at the hands of Bel- Ungham, who won Tuesday's tilt 56-48. penish; 31, Yakima at Marquette; Feb. 6, Selah at Marquette; 7, Cle Elum at Cle Elum; 13, Highland at Highland; 14 Wapato at Wapa- to. All home games will be played at the Yakima Armory except :Highland and Seattle Prep. Philadelphia Catholic High Wins City Title PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 8.- Leading the play throflghout the entire game, St. John High School grid warriors ran up a 40-12 vic- tory over a strong Franklin eleven last Saturday to take the city's interscholastic ,football "champion- ship. /Bing Crosby 00Contributes To Symposium on Vocations -Envies Priests and Nuns A SYMPOSIUM on religious vo- cations which takes its title from the contribution of Bing Crosby, "In My Book These are the Stars," and in which the au- thors discuss informally the sub- ject of vocations, has been pub- lished here by the Catholic Stu- dents' Mission Crusade, at Cin- cinnati. "It has been in the mind of the editors," the foreword states, "that the first considerations on the vo- cations to the priesthood and the religious life are not 1Lt/ely to be theological, and their aim has been make some .money, and after a little while, we're gone, and the money's gone. But these others-- they are building kingdoms of spiritual values that are going to influence and rule generations years and years away. Envies Priests' and Nuns' lleS Of course, we've each got our little spot in this big movie of life, and the trick is to play our part the way the Great Director wants it played. Most of us are spotted to places like mine--with a bunch of youngsters and a good wife at home to provide for. But some of WEST PIOGRESS St. Joseph Quintet Takes SNtlight in Round Two Of Parochial Hoop Circuit l Teams of the north section provided the surprises as the] parochial hoop circuit went into its second round, Saturday..] Sparked by Joe Quinn, the St. Joseph quintet trampled over I last year s city champs from St. Benedict, 24-13. Quinn also! took top pont honors by netting 12 tallies. This St. Joseph team is big and fast, and is touted by some as the season's challenger. The St. Catherine five, who opened their season with a 35- point victory over St. Anthony, bowed to the superior squad from St. John 19-13, Saturday. The boys from St. Anne got back in the run- ning by winning 17-9 over St. A1- phonsus. Blessed Sacrament School won, 11-10, from St. Patrick and the St. Margaret five dropped St. Anthony, 25-9. S. H. Team Strong In the southern division Cathe- dral hoopsters took their second win by routing the boys from Mt. Virgin 43-23. Immaculate toppled the Georgetown quintet, 28-4, and Holy Rosary added another feather to-its cap by downing St. Teresa 24-14. • The Sacred Heart team will bear some watching this season. Hav- ing been transferred to the South section this year to even the sched- ule they have chalked up two vic- tories in a row. They toppled Mt. Virgin in their opener 32-18 and won 22-13 from Holy Family in round two. The St. Mary squad came back from their upset last week to take the newcomers from St. Edward 23-6. Saturday's Results NORTH SECTION Blessed Sacrament 11, St. Pat- rick 10. TACOMA PAROCHIAL HOOP-GO-ROUNg SUNI)AY AFTERNOOH TACOMA. The parochial bas- ketball teams will be getting ac- quainted with each Qther next Sun- day, Dec. 14, at Bellarmine gym. Each team will play a quarter of 10 minutes and the fourth and fifth quarters will be the elimina- tion contests of their respective winners. Coach Andy Slatt of Bellarmine will be the referee. There will be no admission fee and especially the parents are in- vited to attend. The schedule is: L--3:30 p. m.--Sacred Heart vs. Holy Cross. 2.--3:45 p. m.--St. Patrick vs. Holy Rosary. 3--4:00 p. m.--St. Leo vs. Vis- itation. 4.--4:15 p. m.--The winners of the first two quarters will play each other. 5.--4:30 p. m.--The winners of the fourth quarter will play the winner of the third quarter, and the winner of this fifth quarter ]will be the 1947 Parochial Hodp- St. Joseph 24, St. Benedict 13. !Go-Round champion. St. Anne 17, St. Aiphonsus 9. St. Margaret 25, St. Anthony 9. St. John 19, St. Catllerine 13. SOUTH SECTION Cathedral 42, Mt. Virgin 23. Immaculate 28, St. George 4. Holy Rosary 24, St. Teresa 14. Sacred Heart 22, Holy 'amlly 13. St. Mary 23, St. Edward 6. ROUND THREE North St. Pat. v. St. Jos.Prep 9:30. St. Alph. v. BI. Sac.K.C., 11:30. St. Anth. v. St. Bene.--Prep, 10:30. St. Cath. vs. St. Anne---Prep, 11:30. St. Jno. vs. St. Marg.--K. C., Dec. 12, 4.:00. South Immac. v, St. MaryK. C., V:30. Holy Ros. v. St. Geo.K. C., 10:30. Mr. Vir. v. St. Ed.---O'Dea, 10:30. Sacred H. v. St. Teresa---O'Dea, 9:30. Holy Faro. V. Cath.--O'Dea, 11:30. PREP PRESENTS "ROOM SERVICE" AT MOORE DEC, 19 Jim O'Neil and Jim Robinson will appear in the leads of the stage production, "Room Service," when it is presented by the dra- matic club of Seattle Preparatory School at 8 p. m. Friday, Dec. 19, at the Moore Theatre. Action of the play centers around the hilarious antics of a I group of actors and their efforts to produce a play. Others in the cast include Don I Duvall, Jim Harmeling, Bob Lucid, I Bob Marier, John Dustin and Dick I Call. j Admission price will be 50c for I students and $1 for adu!ts. ] Eight Parish Clubs In Teen-Age Hoop League; Play to Open Dec. 16 E;ght teams of the new Dioces- is completed most of the games an teen-age basketball league will will be played on week nights in the Knights of Columbus g-ym. open play in the K. C. hall, Dec. 16. The new league which .has yet to receive its name, will be under !the direction of the Rev. Andrew Play to Start Dec. 16 The league d_ll get under way xxdth a double header at 7:30 Tues_ day, Dec. 16 in the K. of C. gym. to obtain, from various writers, views of the various states of life which could be understood by young people." RING'S WORDS Bing Crosby writes as follows: In the movie business we have lots of fun pretending we're sol- cliers of fortune or masters of high adventure. 'It's fun doing it, and its' fun knowing that we're help- ing other people to get a laugh or a bit of relief from the worry and cai-e of every-day life. Of course we get paid for it--and that adds to the fun somewhat, too. But when the studio day is ended, we go to our homes and we are just ourselves---no more adventure ex- cept when we" trip on junior's roller skates or smell the toast bm-ning or write to that man who wants to know how we're getting along on or about the 15th of the month. Stars All The Time There are me people ,in this world who are playing all th e time at high adventure and who never step out of their roles day or night. But the funny thing about them is that they don't seem to realize what heroes they are. We play with them in the movies once in a while. They're the Father O'Malleys and the Sister Benedicts and the Brothers whom Hollywood writers frequently don't bother to name. They arc the people whose lives are filled with real drama. Day after day the Padre goes along, straightening out the lives of others who have gotten into tangles of one sort or another. Day after day the Sister or the Brother works patiently, shaping the char- acters of girls and bnys who will be mainstays of this good Ameri- can way of life of ours, which is founded on a belief in God. The priest and the religious are the real makers of history. The rest of us--we run a busines and us can move into those really stel- Donohoe and Gerald Welsh, of the lar roles, if we answer the Call jDiocesa n Catholic Youth Service when the Great Director goes I development board. about casting. The important thing I Father Donohoe announced on is to have studied our abilities and Thursday, that representatives of to know whether or not we can play the roles when they are opened to us. For me--I envy the boy wllo gets cast for life as a Father O'Malley and the girl who gets called up for life-long starring as a Sister Benedict. In my book, they are the ones whose names are going to stand first on the pro- gram, spelled out in capital let- ters, and in good black type. In my book, these are the stars. eight parish clubs attended a meeting Tuesday evening to en- ter their teams. : Boys are eligible to play for their parish high club, provided they are practical Catholics of high school age, paid up mem- bers of their parish club, and are not playing on varsity or junior varsity teams of any high school. The league schedule will be r drawn up after all clubs have en- tered a team. Until the schedule The St. John club will meet:the boys from St. Benedict in the op- ener and St.. Mary will play Holy Family in the second tilt at 8:30. Another game between St. Cath- erine and St. Anne is scheduled for Thursday Dec. 18. All boys interested in joining the league should call Fr. Andrew Donohoe (MA. 3559) or Gerard Welch (EL. 5129). Students' Radio Station For St. Mary College ST. MARY COLLEGE, Oec. 10. --Nearing completion today was St. Mary's own student radio sta- tion with broadcasting studios on SEVEN-FOLD HARMONY OF BEAUTY AND BRAINS ot one but seven First Ladies distinguish the Class of 1951 at Mundelein College, Chicago. These seven members of the freshman class ranked first academically in their high school classes. Left to right: Norene Trapp. Marywo'od Academy; Genevieve Brown, Nazareth Academy; Jeaq Helkowskl t Counsel; Patricla Cart, The Immaculata; Leona Adams. Loretto; Betty Noesen. SL Ann,s Acad- Friday, December 12, 1947 A Have You a Skier in the Family? Check the Stadium Ski Shop for your Christmas Gifts SALES--Ideal Presents FINEST SKIS, POLES, BINDINGS, SKI APPAREL AND EQUIPMENT RENTALS---Good-looking Equipment and Clothing  Refinished Skis SERVICES--Fast, Expert Service on Skis. It's no fun driving without tread on your fires .... It's worse skiing without edges on your skis .... 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Reasonable Rates Efficient and MAin 3043 careful handling by'men who know how HUGH MacDONALD, President 219 Terry Avenue North @ Cage'51x--' O'Dea to Meet Edmondsln HoopOpener The O'Dea Irish will open their '47 hoop season when they travel to meet the Edmond Tigers, to- night. Irish hoopsters are in for a busy time this week-end with two games on the schedule. Following the Edmonds game, they return to their home court, Saturday, to meet Arlington. Coach Murray Healy announced Wednesday that his squad has been trimmed down to fourteen players and is ready for action. In a practice game at Franklin gym, Tuesday night, the Irish outplayed a stron Z Franklin five to win 48-41. Franklin was lead- ing 28-26 at the half, but the Irish vcent ahead to stay in the early part of the second period. Dick Naish took high point honor with 17 counters. Tonight's starters for O'Dea are: Bob McDonald,. (F), Bob Fieser, (F), Jack DSherty, (C), Ran Ellingsen, (G), and Dick Naish, (G). Other Irish players who will see action this season are: Bernie White, (F), Bob Tangney, (G), Spike Schrette, (G), Bob Till, (G), Bob Baratta, (C), Bill King, (F), Norm Bukoskey, (F), Don Ryan, (G), and Bill Blair (F). Oq[}ea Schedule December 12, Edmonds, there; 13, Arlington, here; 19, Belling- ham, there; 20, Port Angeles, there; 23, Burlington, there; 27, lmonds, here; 30, Longview, there. January 3, Arlington, there; 6, Bellarmine, there; 13, Seattle Prep (U. of W.); 17, Burlington, here; 20, Lakeside, there; 27, Se- attle Prep (U. of W.) ; 30, St. Mar- tin, here. February 3, Possible playoff with Prep; 6, St. Martin, there; 10, Bothell, 'here; 14, Lakeside, here; 20, Bellarmine, here. CLASS OF 29 GET K, OF C, DEGREES Seattle Council, K. of C. con: ferred three degrees uporL a class of 29, last Sunday. The Rev. An- drew Squier, Stephen A. Cain, past state deputy and John Rich- ter, fcrmer chancellor, directed the - exemplification. Preceding the council meeting next Monday, the Rev. Father Conway of Seattle College, will lead the digcussion group session, which be'!rs at 7 p. m. Dinner for the Knights will be served at the club at "6:30 p. m. Mickey Finn Elected By R. R. Brotherhood CATHOLIC NORTH Four High School Grid Teams Name Their 'Most Inspirational' Players Four Catholic hzgh school grid squads named .their "Most Inspirational" players in the highlight of the annual Grid- iron Dinner at the Seattle K. of C. Club Monday night. Chosen for the honorby ballot of their teammates were Pat O'Leary of Bellarmine, Pat Gales Seattle Prep, Frank Minalia of I of O'Dea and Ran McMillan of St.[ Martin High. i Attending the pepful 1947 grid finale were players representing the four schools, as honored guests and some 200 proud dads and fans, including Knights from Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia who were the hosts. The Rev. E. J. McFadden, pas- tor of St. Teresa Parish,' made an inspiring talk to the boys and Ed McKeeverr San Francisco U. Coach and former Notre Dame mentor, concluded the speaking program with football lore and anecdotes. , The James P. EngEsh tropny, re- tained by Bellarmine for a sec- ond year, was presented by Mr. English, the donor. Al Niemiec, baseball luminary presented the four "most inspira- tional" football players their awards--Elgin wrist watches, gifts of Gleeson & Rock, jewelers. A football, autographed by the Notre Dame team, U. S. 1947 9hampions, was presented to Joe Holmes, Seattle Prep Ace, who was a finalist in the recent all- Seattle Youth of the Year election. Fred Prove, U. of W. star back made the presentation speech. Nesco Club To Hold Xmas Dance AtBI. Sacrament The Nesco club will hold its annual Christmas dance at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20 in the Blessed Sacrament parish hall. Co-chair- men Randy Murray and Reggie Horst are planning a big night with a cabaret style dance, wait- ers and all. For refreshments a Smortsbord is being planned. Music will be furnished by a six- piece orchestra. Admission will be $1.00. Dress is informal. President T o m McAuliffe an- nounced that on the second week of the new year the club will spend the week-end at Lake Wen- atchee, skiing. J. J. (Mickey) Finn has been elected legislative representative of Puget Sound Lodge of the Chancellor Club Brott{erhood of Railroad Trainmen. His term runs until 1950. Initiates 2Z Mr. Finn'is a member of Sacred [ Heart Parish, Seattle and an ac- I tive leader of Seattle Council, The Chancellor Club which now Knights of Columbus. Sincerity [ boosts a membership of more than and earnest eloquence have made J300 continues to grow as 22 new him many friends. Four Gaines Slated In Crusader League Hoop Openers Sunday Teen-agers To Have i Marslunallow Roast At Bellevue Tonight " St. Mary Teenagers Club has rented trucks to transport mem- t bets to a private beach near BeN levue for their marshmallow roast Friday, Dec, 12. At the meeting last Wednesday membership c a r d s were distri- buted. members were initiated on Decem- ber 4. The initiation under the direction of Pat Callahan and John Perko, started with dinner at 'A Little Bit of Sweden. Following the formal installation a skating party at the Ballard Ice Arena wound up the evening's activities. The initiates are:--Franeis A1- pane, Jeanne Atkinson, Mary &t- kinson, Darlene Becket, Robert Brown, Patricia Burns, Joseph Byrne, Angelo Colasurdo, Helen Cuper, Helene Doppler, Lauya Doppler, Helen Drazic, Almelia Eilenberger, Erin Hanley, ,Joseph Janak, Mary Kopriva, Frank Lee, Elmer Lucas, Betty Miller, Mary Schmldt, William Stobener and Marilyn Wilwerding. Chancellors to Hold Xmas Party at K.C. Members of the Chancellor Club will hold their annual Christmas party at 9 p. m. Friday, Dec. 19 in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Admission this year will be a min- imum of five articles of canned food, which will be given to needy families in Seattle. LEO W. STEWART Attorney t'or Estate, 1021 Northern Life Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN ALFRED LUNDQUIST, Deceased• IN PROBATE---No. 104522. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the es- tate of John Alfred Lundquist. De-I ceased; that all persons having • claims against said deceased are hereby re-I quired to serve the same, duly veri-i fied, on said administrator or his at- torney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of s u c h service within six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or ihe same will be barred. Date of first publication, December 12. 1947. FRANK MARINO, Administrator of said Estate. 1021 Northern Life Tower, .qpattle, Wash. LEO W. STEWART, Attorney for Estate. 1O21 Northern Life Tower, Seattle, Wash. Date of final publication December 26, 1947. The Crusaders basketball league will open its schedule at 1 p. m. Sunday, December 13 in - the Knights of Columbus gym, with four games slated for the open- ing  session. Sacred Heart will meet with St. Anne in the opener at 1 p. m. Last years league champs from St. Benedict will play Mr. Virgin at 2 o'clock, St. Alphonsus and Holy Family at 3 o'clock and Cath- edral will tangle With St. Cather- ine boys for the final tilt at 4p.m. Ed.: Logan, manager of the league announced Thursday that another team would probably be added to the schedule this week. Merry Christmas froln SMITH-CANDY 1100 Olive Way "Your Friendly Ford dealer" ELiot 0200 Comfortable Living All Outside Rooms Singles and Doubles Rates $4.00 to $10.00 Daily and Weekly Darrell Hotel 703 - 8thAve. S: C. Will Award Scholarships At Forensic Meet Two scholarships will be top awards in Seattle College's annual high school forensic tournament to be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19 and 20. • Already 16 high schools in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia have announced their intention too send representatives to compete in the two-day meet. Extemporaneous, impromptu, de- bate and oratory will be included. The scholarships to Seattle Col- lege will be awarded the best ora- tor in the men's senior speaking division and in the woznen's di- vision. Trophies will be given the best men's and the best women's debate teams and to first-place winners in the extemporaneous and the impromptu divisions. S.C.Chiefs to Meet Willamette Here Marquette Wins • Annual Valley 'A' Hoop Jamboree YAKIMA. --The Marquette Squires opened their hoop season with a bang by winning the Valley "A" hoo1>-go-rouhd in the Yakima Armory, Saturday. Marquette opened the Jamboree by thumping the Red Devils of Moxee, 14-3. Highland, newest member of the valley league, suf- fered a 15-7 defeat at the hands of Naches in the second go, and then bowed 10-4 to the Squires in the th'_'rd tllt. # Marquette and Naches, top teams, played the final game for the championship. Naehes drew first blood on a foul shot by Olie Dake. (Capt) Scott Milne sunk the next basket putting the Squires out in front where they stayed until the final gun. Final score was Marquette 7, Naches 3. • Three M a r q u e t t e hoopsters (Capt.) Milne, A1 Wellner and Ernie Beehler tied for high point honors with 10 tallies each. Eight lettermen are on the Mar- quette team. They are: Scot MIne, Al Weliner, Ernie Beehler, Dick Milne, Ed Carroll, Bill Bischoff, Don Cyr and Fred Beehler. Other team members are: Bob Reese, Mike Leingang, Ed Riel and Joe Seabeck. Marquette's Schedule December 9, Moxee at Moxee; 11, Zillah at Zillah; 18, Naches at Naches; 20, Seattle Prep at Mar- quette; 23 Naches at Nachea; 29, Seattle Prep at Seattle; Jan. 1, Ellensburg at Ellensburg; 3, Top- penlsh at Marqute; 9, Cle Elum at Marquette; 10, Yakima at Yakima; 16, Selah at Selah; 17, Saturday Night I Highland at arquett; 23' Enens" burg at Marquette; 24, Wapato at Marquette; 30 Toppenish at Top- • The Seattle College Chieftains Will return to their new home court to meet Willamette Univer- sity at 8 p. m. tomorrow night. A new starting lineup will prob- ably greet spectators in the Wil- lamette contest with Gordy David- son, Seattle Prep star moving into guard post along with Bill "RustY" King. The rest of the Chieftain lineup however, will remain the SalTle. Coach Len Yandle drilled the squad four times this week with the accent on defense play. The Chiefs dropped their twin opener to U. B. C., 59-58 and 40-28 last week-end, and suffered their third straight loss at the hands of Bel- Ungham, who won Tuesday's tilt 56-48. penish; 31, Yakima at Marquette; Feb. 6, Selah at Marquette; 7, Cle Elum at Cle Elum; 13, Highland at Highland; 14 Wapato at Wapa- to. All home games will be played at the Yakima Armory except :Highland and Seattle Prep. Philadelphia Catholic High Wins City Title PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 8.- Leading the play throflghout the entire game, St. John High School grid warriors ran up a 40-12 vic- tory over a strong Franklin eleven last Saturday to take the city's interscholastic ,football "champion- ship. /Bing Crosby 00Contributes To Symposium on Vocations -Envies Priests and Nuns A SYMPOSIUM on religious vo- cations which takes its title from the contribution of Bing Crosby, "In My Book These are the Stars," and in which the au- thors discuss informally the sub- ject of vocations, has been pub- lished here by the Catholic Stu- dents' Mission Crusade, at Cin- cinnati. "It has been in the mind of the editors," the foreword states, "that the first considerations on the vo- cations to the priesthood and the religious life are not 1Lt/ely to be theological, and their aim has been make some .money, and after a little while, we're gone, and the money's gone. But these others-- they are building kingdoms of spiritual values that are going to influence and rule generations years and years away. Envies Priests' and Nuns' lleS Of course, we've each got our little spot in this big movie of life, and the trick is to play our part the way the Great Director wants it played. Most of us are spotted to places like mine--with a bunch of youngsters and a good wife at home to provide for. But some of WEST PIOGRESS St. Joseph Quintet Takes SNtlight in Round Two Of Parochial Hoop Circuit l Teams of the north section provided the surprises as the] parochial hoop circuit went into its second round, Saturday..] Sparked by Joe Quinn, the St. Joseph quintet trampled over I last year s city champs from St. Benedict, 24-13. Quinn also! took top pont honors by netting 12 tallies. This St. Joseph team is big and fast, and is touted by some as the season's challenger. The St. Catherine five, who opened their season with a 35- point victory over St. Anthony, bowed to the superior squad from St. John 19-13, Saturday. The boys from St. Anne got back in the run- ning by winning 17-9 over St. A1- phonsus. Blessed Sacrament School won, 11-10, from St. Patrick and the St. Margaret five dropped St. Anthony, 25-9. S. H. Team Strong In the southern division Cathe- dral hoopsters took their second win by routing the boys from Mt. Virgin 43-23. Immaculate toppled the Georgetown quintet, 28-4, and Holy Rosary added another feather to-its cap by downing St. Teresa 24-14. • The Sacred Heart team will bear some watching this season. Hav- ing been transferred to the South section this year to even the sched- ule they have chalked up two vic- tories in a row. They toppled Mt. Virgin in their opener 32-18 and won 22-13 from Holy Family in round two. The St. Mary squad came back from their upset last week to take the newcomers from St. Edward 23-6. Saturday's Results NORTH SECTION Blessed Sacrament 11, St. Pat- rick 10. TACOMA PAROCHIAL HOOP-GO-ROUNg SUNI)AY AFTERNOOH TACOMA. The parochial bas- ketball teams will be getting ac- quainted with each Qther next Sun- day, Dec. 14, at Bellarmine gym. Each team will play a quarter of 10 minutes and the fourth and fifth quarters will be the elimina- tion contests of their respective winners. Coach Andy Slatt of Bellarmine will be the referee. There will be no admission fee and especially the parents are in- vited to attend. The schedule is: L--3:30 p. m.--Sacred Heart vs. Holy Cross. 2.--3:45 p. m.--St. Patrick vs. Holy Rosary. 3--4:00 p. m.--St. Leo vs. Vis- itation. 4.--4:15 p. m.--The winners of the first two quarters will play each other. 5.--4:30 p. m.--The winners of the fourth quarter will play the winner of the third quarter, and the winner of this fifth quarter ]will be the 1947 Parochial Hodp- St. Joseph 24, St. Benedict 13. !Go-Round champion. St. Anne 17, St. Aiphonsus 9. St. Margaret 25, St. Anthony 9. St. John 19, St. Catllerine 13. SOUTH SECTION Cathedral 42, Mt. Virgin 23. Immaculate 28, St. George 4. Holy Rosary 24, St. Teresa 14. Sacred Heart 22, Holy 'amlly 13. St. Mary 23, St. Edward 6. ROUND THREE North St. Pat. v. St. Jos.Prep 9:30. St. Alph. v. BI. Sac.K.C., 11:30. St. Anth. v. St. Bene.--Prep, 10:30. St. Cath. vs. St. Anne---Prep, 11:30. St. Jno. vs. St. Marg.--K. C., Dec. 12, 4.:00. South Immac. v, St. MaryK. C., V:30. Holy Ros. v. St. Geo.K. C., 10:30. Mr. Vir. v. St. Ed.---O'Dea, 10:30. Sacred H. v. St. Teresa---O'Dea, 9:30. Holy Faro. V. Cath.--O'Dea, 11:30. PREP PRESENTS "ROOM SERVICE" AT MOORE DEC, 19 Jim O'Neil and Jim Robinson will appear in the leads of the stage production, "Room Service," when it is presented by the dra- matic club of Seattle Preparatory School at 8 p. m. Friday, Dec. 19, at the Moore Theatre. Action of the play centers around the hilarious antics of a I group of actors and their efforts to produce a play. Others in the cast include Don I Duvall, Jim Harmeling, Bob Lucid, I Bob Marier, John Dustin and Dick I Call. j Admission price will be 50c for I students and $1 for adu!ts. ] Eight Parish Clubs In Teen-Age Hoop League; Play to Open Dec. 16 E;ght teams of the new Dioces- is completed most of the games an teen-age basketball league will will be played on week nights in the Knights of Columbus g-ym. open play in the K. C. hall, Dec. 16. The new league which .has yet to receive its name, will be under !the direction of the Rev. Andrew Play to Start Dec. 16 The league d_ll get under way xxdth a double header at 7:30 Tues_ day, Dec. 16 in the K. of C. gym. to obtain, from various writers, views of the various states of life which could be understood by young people." RING'S WORDS Bing Crosby writes as follows: In the movie business we have lots of fun pretending we're sol- cliers of fortune or masters of high adventure. 'It's fun doing it, and its' fun knowing that we're help- ing other people to get a laugh or a bit of relief from the worry and cai-e of every-day life. Of course we get paid for it--and that adds to the fun somewhat, too. But when the studio day is ended, we go to our homes and we are just ourselves---no more adventure ex- cept when we" trip on junior's roller skates or smell the toast bm-ning or write to that man who wants to know how we're getting along on or about the 15th of the month. Stars All The Time There are me people ,in this world who are playing all th e time at high adventure and who never step out of their roles day or night. But the funny thing about them is that they don't seem to realize what heroes they are. We play with them in the movies once in a while. They're the Father O'Malleys and the Sister Benedicts and the Brothers whom Hollywood writers frequently don't bother to name. They arc the people whose lives are filled with real drama. Day after day the Padre goes along, straightening out the lives of others who have gotten into tangles of one sort or another. Day after day the Sister or the Brother works patiently, shaping the char- acters of girls and bnys who will be mainstays of this good Ameri- can way of life of ours, which is founded on a belief in God. The priest and the religious are the real makers of history. The rest of us--we run a busines and us can move into those really stel- Donohoe and Gerald Welsh, of the lar roles, if we answer the Call jDiocesa n Catholic Youth Service when the Great Director goes I development board. about casting. The important thing I Father Donohoe announced on is to have studied our abilities and Thursday, that representatives of to know whether or not we can play the roles when they are opened to us. For me--I envy the boy wllo gets cast for life as a Father O'Malley and the girl who gets called up for life-long starring as a Sister Benedict. In my book, they are the ones whose names are going to stand first on the pro- gram, spelled out in capital let- ters, and in good black type. In my book, these are the stars. eight parish clubs attended a meeting Tuesday evening to en- ter their teams. : Boys are eligible to play for their parish high club, provided they are practical Catholics of high school age, paid up mem- bers of their parish club, and are not playing on varsity or junior varsity teams of any high school. The league schedule will be r drawn up after all clubs have en- tered a team. Until the schedule The St. John club will meet:the boys from St. Benedict in the op- ener and St.. Mary will play Holy Family in the second tilt at 8:30. Another game between St. Cath- erine and St. Anne is scheduled for Thursday Dec. 18. All boys interested in joining the league should call Fr. Andrew Donohoe (MA. 3559) or Gerard Welch (EL. 5129). Students' Radio Station For St. Mary College ST. MARY COLLEGE, Oec. 10. --Nearing completion today was St. Mary's own student radio sta- tion with broadcasting studios on SEVEN-FOLD HARMONY OF BEAUTY AND BRAINS ot one but seven First Ladies distinguish the Class of 1951 at Mundelein College, Chicago. These seven members of the freshman class ranked first academically in their high school classes. Left to right: Norene Trapp. Marywo'od Academy; Genevieve Brown, Nazareth Academy; Jeaq Helkowskl t Counsel; Patricla Cart, The Immaculata; Leona Adams. Loretto; Betty Noesen. SL Ann,s Acad- Friday, December 12, 1947 A Have You a Skier in the Family? Check the Stadium Ski Shop for your Christmas Gifts SALES--Ideal Presents FINEST SKIS, POLES, BINDINGS, SKI APPAREL AND EQUIPMENT RENTALS---Good-looking Equipment and Clothing  Refinished Skis SERVICES--Fast, Expert Service on Skis. It's no fun driving without tread on your fires .... It's worse skiing without edges on your skis .... 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