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12--THE PROGRESS . iii Friday, Dec. 14, 1982 M' ndwesf -bound Cordovan Caravan: Wach ha Williams By Fred Cordova ! n arriving, the Seattle University Chieftains will go I all the way - nationally ranked or not by wire services, coaches, magazines and other powers-to- select. : They have a brilliant sophomore guard from Ta- coma who is making the Chiefs win like an ideal SU team. And if Vincent Charles Cazzetta's men play the same fire- brand of go-go basketball as they have against Oregon State (60-58), Idaho State (85-66) and Tennessee State (109-87), then the Jesuit university is bound to come up with another tourna- ment and 20-plus-game winner. THIS EARLY SEASON optimism comes after seeing the per- formance of "Sweet" Charlie Williams, who plays under a pleth- ora of wit and imagination. The young owner of quick hands, speedy legs and a cool head with a sixth sense that gives him a clear conception of what is happening on the floor. His daring bravado of swift passes, fancy dribbling and unexpected drives has perplexed older opponents (and viewers, too). And the All-Staler and prep All-American from Stadium High, much to the customers' de- light, also makes things happen, like the Chiefs flying downcourt and putting the ball quicker and oftener through the hoop. Williams' confident play, capped with a 16.3 point average, has more than inspired veteran Chieftains. Eddie Miles on the road to apparent stardom now has a 30- point average. SU's All-America candidate has also turned "in commendable roles in defense and assists. Ther is evident hustle in affable John Tresvant. There is better shooting confidence in Ernie Dunston, who with Tresvant and Waverly Davis is even more of a terror under the boards. AND WITH WILLIAMS, resting on the bench, the situation makes the other guards strive harder. On defense, all of the Chieftains labor at it. This was apparent in their beating OSU and Mel Counts. Don't get us wrong. Williams is not the whole team. All of the Chieftains are good and the exceptionally talented ones, besides the previously named, also include Greg Vermillion and Bob Smither. And the coaching of Cazzetta has never been finer. Yes, Cazzetta is producing a winner and Williams is one of his greatest discoveries. After that upset over Oregon State, overjoyed SU students carried Williams off the floor on their shoulders - pret .ty good for a sophomore in his varsity debut and against one of the top six teams in the nation. But the real joy is the opportunity to watch this son of a former minister do more of the same for SU this season, the next and the following one as well. In between Chieftain baskets SU'S RABID student cheering section, properly called the pep Club, has a new look this year and it's all in living color - scarlet. Students wear scarlet vests over white shirts or blouses. Sported also in the student section are red and white umbrellas. Even the Pep Band is wearing red jackets. This new look could be attributed to Miek MeHugh who also doubles as St. Joseph's CYO midget flag football coach... The scarlet and white com- bination, replacing the somber maroon and white hues, will of- ficially become SU's school colors this coming baseball season. That means the Chiefs will be wearing new uniforms on the maple floor next year . . . Among front-seaters at Saturday's Idaho State game were Jack Heinriek, Stadium's basketball coach from St, Patrick's Parish in Tacoma, and former O'Dea coach Mur- ray Healy, now Stadium's athletic director. Heinrick was present for a dual purpose, one to watch his protege, Charlie Williams, ad two to scout the ISC Benguls for friend Marion Pericin, as- sistant coach at Ganzaga. Pericin, former Bellarmine mentor, couldn't make it to the game because of the heavy fog... Asked Why Williams picked SU, Heinrick offered some of the possible reasons: 1) Charlie likes to run; 2) SU's schedule both at home and on the road appealed to him; 3) He wanted to go to a school that gave Negroes the best break . . . Roman Miller, that man with the worried look by the working press and guest sections, w:as given this year a more useful title in SU's athletic depart- ment. The forme- O'Dea assistant coach is now Assistant to the Athletic Director, who is Eddie O'Brien. Since Johnny O'Brien's election as King County commissioner, Miller is also Northwest scout for the Houston Colts of baseball's National League . . . Listen for the dignified Yell No. 8 when the Chiefs return to the Civic Center Arena on New Year's Day for the Montana State contest. The Pep Club mimeo sheet reads: "Squad: 'Strive Chief- tains' (in dignified manner); all: 'Strive Chieftains' ( ...... )." . . . Another Chieftain in the making is Dick Graui, 6-4 forward from Reading, Pa. Graul has been averaging 24.6 points a game f0r'SU's fresh team. Clair Markey's Papooses have a 3-2 record with the biggest win a 104-95 triumph over Skagit Valley JC Fri- day. Tableau at Longview "A CHRISTMAS Tableau" will be presented by the St. Rose CYO every evening at 7 and 7:45 starting next week in downtown Longview. The 19-member cast includes Larry Newton (left) as narrator, Christine Conzatti as Mary and Larry Ballinger as Joseph. The 26-voice St. Rose CYO Choir will also sing. Assisting is the Lower Columbia College SU 60, Oregon State 58 Chieftains are off to flying start with three big wins THE SEATTLE University Chieftains got their season off to a flying start with three straight wins at the Civic Center Arena. The fast action is graphically shown in these composite photos by Progress cameraman Charley Heib. Eddie Miles (left photo) dribbles around Oregon State's Tim Campbell (22) in Friday's opener. The SU All-America can- didate paced the Chiefs with 17 as SU upset the highly-touted Beavers, 60-58. "Sweet" Charlie Williams (center photo) SU's sensational sophomore, flies toward the basket for a lay-in after starting a Chieftain fast-break Saturday against Idaho State. Williams scored 11 and helped Miles bag 37 points as the Chiefs raced to an 85-66 decision over the Bengals. Shown with Williams is SU's John Tresvant and ISC's Pat Baggot. Waverly Davis (right photo) stretches his arms to stop Tennessee State University's Willie Porter I That Kesling family The biggest CYO news, and it will remain that way for some time in the Archdiocese, is Peter Rob- ert Kesling being selected last week as the "Out- standing Catholic Youth of the Year." His selection was made by a committee composed of national presidents of the CYO, National Newman Federation and Na- tional Federation of Catholic College Students. Together, these groups under the supervision of the National Catholic Welfare Conference's youth department affect the lives of some seven million Catholic youths. Commented the 18-year-old 1962 O'Dea High School graduate from the University of Notre Dame where he is now a freshman: "I'm not the boy of the year--I'm the son of the year." Thus, the CYO All-Everything said that the honor bestowed on him is more a tribute to his parents than to himself. Taking a bow, and rightly so, are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Kesling, 3672 Hillcrest Ave S.W. in Seattle's Holy Rosary Parish. Mr. Kesling is a Boeing engineer. SHARING IN THE family pride is Pete's younger sister, Susan, who is another dynamite; and their maternal grandmother, Mrs. Peter McIntyre. A senior, Sue is student body president of Holy Rosary High, vice president of the Catholic Inter-School Council of Seattle (CISCOS) and last weekend winner of the senior division oratory and interpretative reading at the Western Washington College of Education's High School Forensics Tournament in Bellingham. (See photo and story on Page Eight.) Pete is due in Seattle for the Christmas vacation next Mon- day morning via Northern Pacific Railroad. CYO scoreboard J. Gallagher receives Silver Beaver Seattle basketball MIDGETS St. Joseph 45, St. Luke (A) 19. St. Plus X 19, St. Louise 12. St. Anthony 37, St. Mark 13. St. Matthew 22, St. Teresa 16. Assumption 21, St. Catherine (A) 16. St. Catherine (B) 21, Christ the King 14. Sacred Heart (Bellevue) 25, Lady of the Lake 9. St. Bernadette 18, St. Anne 15. Holy Rosary 19, St. Margaret 14. St. Paul 21, Our Lady of Fatima tg. St. Alphonsus 35, Lady of Lourdes S. St. George 25, Blessed Sacrament 13. St. James Cathedral over St. Benedict (forfeit). St. John 34, Sacred Heart Villa 17. SPARTANS Our Lady of the Lake 29, St. George 7. st. Catherine 21, Christ the King 13. St. Luke 29, Assumption 27 (overtime): St. John 26, St. Francis of Asslsl 9. Sacred Heart (Bellevue) 21, St. Joseph 20. St. Benedict 28, St. Louise 14. CADETS Sacred Heart Whites (Bellevue) 25, St. Luke (A) lt. St. Ptus X 54, St. Menlca tP. St. Anthony 3S, St. Maflhew 16. St, Joseph 25, Christ the King 10. St. Teresa 24, Lady of the Lake 20. Mount Virgin 25, St. Mark 16. St. Catherine 27, Sacred Heart Villa 25. Assumption 59, Holy Family (Kirk.) 14. St. Alphonsus 34, St. Anne 20. St. Margaret 29, Lady of Fatima 15. St. John 3J, Cathedral 26. Blessed Sacrament 44, Sacred Heart (Bellevue) Reds 26. St. Bornadette 17, Brlscoe 16. St. Francis of Asslsi 20, Holy Family 19. Holy Rosary 53, Lady of Lourdes 12. Sl. Paul 20, st. George 13. SOPHOMORES Assumption 33, Holy Rosary 30. St. Anthony 40, St. Catherine 22. St. Edward 29, St. Francis t4, St. Joseph 35, St. Luke 24. St. Teresa 26, St. Louise 13. SENIORS Holy Family (Kirk) 45, St. Lake 29. St. Catherine 44, st. Louise 12. Lady of the Lake over St. Mortice (forfeit}. Christ the King 48, St. George 40. St. Phllomena 36, St. John 25. Holy Family 25, St. Margaret 19. Holy Rosary 29, Lady of Fatima 19. Blessed Sacrament 3% Lady of Lourdes 22. St. Joseph over St. Sernadette (forfeit). St. Anthony 27, St, Paul 22. Assumption over St. Edward (forfeit). TACOMA-- Soouting's S i I v e r Beaver Award, the distinguished award given to adult leaders, Satur- day was presented to Jack Gal- lagher, scoutmaster of St. Charles Borromeo Parish Boy Scout Troop. Presentation was made by ' Mount Rainier Council at its annual dinner. It marks the first presentation in some years of the high citation to a Catholic layman, active in the archdiocesan Scouting program. A native of Tacoma, Gal- lagher, 37, is the older brother of Father Richard Gallagher of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Everett. Another broth- er, Thomas, a Jesuit, is study- ing for the priesthood. Gallagher's Scouting achieve- meats is innumerable. The St. George Medal recipient was scoutmaster of St. Patrick's Troop for 10 years before he moved to St. Charles Borro- meo's. He was head of a jam- boree troop in 1957 at Valley Forge, Pa. A member of the Archdio- cesan Catholic Committee on Scouting, Gallagher went up the ranks as a Cub, Boy Scout and Eagle Scout. He lives with his wife, Eve- lyn, and their young son, SU 85, Idaho State 66 SU 109, Tennessee State 87 in Monday's encounter. In front of Davis is SU veteran Ernie Dunston. This game gave the fans hot-shooting, running basketball with the Chiefs flying again to a 109-87 fire- works display. During the siege Miles made 36 points, Williams, 22, Dnnston, 16, and Tresvant, 12. SU's 109 points also tied a school offense record, set against Gonzaga in 1953. The Chiefs hit the midwest by meeting this Saturday Dayton, conducted by Marist Fathers and ranked in the top 20; next Monday Xavier, conducted by Jesuits and former NIT champ; and December 22 Loyola of Chicago, conducted also by Jesuits and ranked No. 3 by UPI and No. 4 by AP. The Chiefs then appear in the Far West Classic Decem, bur 27.29 in Portland before making their home appearance on New Year's Day against Montana State College. The January 1st contest has been also tabbed as CYO Night. SMC. wins on f,fth it's Slatt & O'Dea again hoop attempt OLYMPIA The rebuilding Rang- ers of St. Martin's Col- lege laid the cornerstone to their 1962.63 victory after four previously unsuccessful tries. Jerry Vermillion's young col- legians whipped Western Mon- tana, 83-76, in a morale-lifter at Olympia High. The Rangers broke an early 12-12 deadlock, raced to a 41-29 halftime and were never headed. STUNNED BY Pacific Lu- theran University and the Che- ney Studs in the Tacoma Ath- letic Commission Invitational Tournament in their season's opener, the Rangers fell two more times- at the hands of Linfield, 101-68, December 6th at Olympia High and secondly from Eastern Washington Col- lege of Education, 84-64, Fri- day at Bellarmine. Scoring was evenly divided in the last four games. SOPH DICK RIEHL and soph Mike Endicott shared scoring honors against West- era Montana with 18 apiece. Rick Eberhardt, a 6-5 fresh, and John Donaldson, a 6-5 soph, each made 15 against Eastern Washington. CYO teens list events --in Seattle A LARGE selection of Al- pine Evergreen Christmas trees will be offered for sale this weekend at the corner of 19th Ave. E. and E. Aloha St. by St. Joseph's CYO Tee Club. Proceeds will benefit the teen club and the seminarians of the Jesuit Mission in Africa, ac- cording to Marjorie Roll and Rick Dullanty, co-chairmen. in Everett MUSIC AND scenes from the Broadway musicals, "The King and I," "Sound of Music" and "South Pacific" will be pre- sented this Saturday and Sun- day by St. Mary Magdalen's CYO Teen Club in the parish hall. Excerpts from the play, "The Devil and Daniel Web- ster," will also be shown. Cur- tain time both nights is at 7: 30. Snoqualmie Mass slate announced SNOQUALMIE PASS -- Mass will be said on Christ- mas Day at 9 a.m. in St. Ber- nard's Chapel for skiers. The Sunday, Dec. 30, schedule will be at 8:30 a.m. and 12 noon. On New Year's Day, Mass will be said at 8: 30. Sunday Masses during t h e skiing season will be at 8:30, 12 noon and 12:45, starting but Andy's other coach An old friend of O'Dea turns chief foiler when the Irish (1-3) meets Shorecrest of the Metro League this Friday at Seattle Univer- sity's Memorial Gymnasium. Head coach of the new Met- ro entry is Andrew (Andy) Michael Slatt, who in 1955 steered O'Dea to second place behind Seattle's Garfield in the State High School Tournament and who also in 1949 piloted Bellarmine to its first appear- ance in the state tourney. This Friday's clash will be the first varsity debut of the Highlanders. Tip-off time is at 7:30 p.m. Slatt's Metro squad will then invade the Braves' gym- nasium at 4 p.m. next Tues- day for a contest with Blan- ehet (2-0). Shorecrest and O'Dea play one more time at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the Highlanders' gm. The second Northwest Cath- olic Association contest of the season p i t s two undefeated teams -- Blanchet and Bellar- mine (2-0)--at 8 p.m. this Fri- day in the Bellarmine gym in Tacoma. Tacoma's Stadium travels to Seattle for a Friday engage- meat with Seattle Prep (1-0). That, too, starts at 8. Mount Vernon gives the Panthers a Saturday tussle at Prep. ST. MARTIN'S (1-1) hosts Bellarmine next Wednesday in Olympia. The Rangers h a v e two previous games before the Lions--Tumwater in Olympia this Friday and at White Pass Tuesday. all Bellarmine started its NCA season in winning style with a 64-61 victory eve r O'Dea Tuesday at Seattle U. BILL WYNKOOP, now av- eraging 24-plus a game, set the Catholic high school top season scoring with 31 points. Jack Banz followed for t h e Lions with 10. O'Dea, finally losing its grip at the late going, was paced by Carl Jacobson with 17. Steve Tarabochia followed with 14, Mike Coolen with 10 and John Honda, 10. At halftime it was deadlocked, 28-a11. IN THE Lions' first full game, the Tacoma Hoop-Go- Round champion pressed St. Martin's, 64-41, Friday at Bell- armine. Wynkoop made 18, fol- lowed by Tom Regan with 10. St. Martin's was paced by Don Eilers with 13. Halftime It was Hudson's Bay from Vancouver w h i e h relegated Blanchet, 57-53, to the losers' bracket in the Braves' first round game in the 1962 state tournament. Saturday the Braves got a measure of revenge with a 56-43 triumph over the Eagles at Blanchet. It has been previously re- ported an upset. But the Braves played superior ball throughout and led, 26-21, at the intermission. On the "battle of the All- Staters" Tom Workman out- shone Hudson Bay's Craig Mil- ler by outpointing him, 25-9. Jim Miller for Blancher had 13, made mostly from the out- side. Marquette High School of Yakima's barnstorming tour of Seattle ended for the Squires in disappointment. Marquette's first foe was Seattle Prep and the Pan- thers won their initial game of the season handily, 59-45, Friday. S t eve Conklin, taking up from the gridiron, scored 20, followed by Jim Yonker with 16 and Mike Guiry, 12. Pat Walter led the visitors with 13. Halftime score: 28-25, Prep. O'Dea got on the win-col- umn the following night with a 46-39 decision over the Yakimans. The Irish had a 22-16 lead at intermission and kept on going. Coolen was high for O'Dea with 13. Jacobsen had 12 and Tarabochia, 10. Jim Rust was Marquette's leader with 16. THE RANGERS f r ore St. Martin's opened their season by rolling over Winlock, 56-45 in Olympia Friday. It was a West Central League contest. Eilers plopped in 20 points -for St.. Martin's, which had a commanding 34-21 b u I g e at half time. Lee Sinclair is new Carroll Club president Lee Sinclair of the Kaufer Company has been installed the Carroll Club's 19th presi- dent. Sinclair, 34, a member of St. Joseph's Parish, succeeds Walt- LEE SINCLAIR Advisor, too er S. Acheson of St. Cath- erine's. Other new officers are Gene A. Ford of St. Joseph's, first vice president; Robert E. Tobin of St. Joseph's, second vice president; Dr. C. Merle Henley of St. Margaret's, treasurer; and trustees James ment, Roy A. Roberts of Sac- red Heart and Police Capt. Richard V. Shaughnessy of St. Edward's. The installation featured noon luncheon meeting at the club's new Monday meeting site, the Roosevelt Hotel. The 125:member professional a n d businessmen's organiza- tion's sole purpose is to sup- port the archdiocesan CKO pro- gram. Sinclair in Kaufer's alm department is also president of the Archdiocesan C YO Grade School Adults Advis- ory Council. A past president of the Jub- ilee Club, Sinclair lives wit.h his wife, Mary Helen, and their nine children, at 902 17th Ave. N. The Sinclair children are Collene, 12; Leanne, 11; Lee Jr., 10; James, 8; Jean Marie; 6; Michele, 5; Robert, 3; 2; and Rene, six months. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS drama department, st. Benedict 48, St. Francis 45. Michael, at 845 S. 19th St. January 6. score was 26-13. A. Rider of Blessed Sacra- iii::iii+ ............ .,%ii!ii!i II MILLION ........... :- ............. ,ram ''iiii00ii DESJARLAIS tor LI J Jr : (Day.Jar.Lay) [ V k" Mi4 P ;ii;iiiiiiii):i::: "::i LAKE  PERSONAL Illi ,[ RENAULT Swim Schools II00. INSuRANCE ' .,.:-11 PEUGEU [ I[  L...,*-  uuIv 'n'umn a., ...... [([ I BelleVUeGL2.4.6000T06th Place N.E. 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