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the Church must Christianize these Chinese ideas, purify them and link them with related Christian principles: for example, devotion to ancestors can be encouraged ip Connection with the Communion of Saints; devotion to teachers can be a means of developing respect for truth and authority. Archbishop Yu-Pin of Nanking feels there will be mass con- versions (especially among the young and intellectuals) if such adaptation and assimilation are affected. However, since this influence "is weakening in the Chinese cul- ture, it is very important that the Church move rapidly before the philosophy of Confucius no longer exerts any notable influ- ence upon the people. For then we will be building, as it were, from nothing.  Remember the missions daily in your prayers. The power of '.prayer cannot be over sold. God bless you!, t Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. + ..... Things sports, CYO ::iiN + ......... 69, Elmo 61. High for I,JIJ O,Ut,JLO. the Rangers: Hannom, 21. Non-league  .  J seattle University's 'n E'ma 00MEMORABLEONE when it s basketball fortunes are basking PREP WRESTLING ! in the limelight under the new ST. MARTIN'S 32, Montesano 20. (07.   iiit U caching regime f Bb Byd THINGS TO COME  --- ............ i;O.ii00OKou+er00s_ ! and Lionell Purcell. Boyd S December 20--O'Oea at aellarmlne, Chieftain' and Pnrcll' frh- NCA; Ingraham at Blanchet, 7:30 ..... : .......... +:+ o .... non+W+o+ea+ man apooses are Docn unoe- attic Prep, western conference. feared in five ames December 21--Wenatchee at Blanchet, .o. , WC; O'Dea vs. Bothell at SU, non- " Greg Vermillion, Shelton S league; and Seattle Prep at Oak Har- ' '''' )l]>Ir"l" Father Sze'afl l athlete f the decade' leads the -bor''nn'le-gue..__ .........   ROSARIES . A :' ,',t. e .., .._  Decemaer 21--eatlle t, rep aT Bellar. L,nleIS wl[n a 1/.b average ano mine, NCA; Blanchet at Bothell, non- Chi is followed by John Tresvant league. nn with 17.4 and Tacoma's Charlie Williams with 14.0. (y( .orebocird I + MISSALS A THE missions of the Church in China have always Tom Workman, Blancher's v----= -..7-- ults I been a special object of interest among Catholics All.State contribution, is pac- eattle roe throughout the world. Now that the country of China ing the SU yearlings with a Be s' ........ basketball is under Communist control, it is interesting to try to research 21.2 average. Malkin Strong, Y a Los Sulgeles import, is next MIDGETS i PRAYER BOOKS... partsand findof outthe whatworldhappened .... to all of the Chinese people in other with an 18.4 average. St11.Catherine Purples 27, St. MattheW, Catholics among the 15 million overseas Chinese (those It s Famdy Day this Sunday st. Plus over St. Luke Blues (forfeit). at the Seattle Civic Center st. Mark 24, Christ the King 8. outside of Continental China, Taiwan, Hang Kong, Kowloon and Area hpn th (h;f nlw Assumption Reds 39, Lady of the Lake Macao) increased from 200200 out of 10 million in 1953 to host to the University of Port- st. "Louise 36, Holy Family (K) 18. 452,562 out of 15,500,628 in 1962. Thus, the faithful, augmented ,..a o;, .... ,. - w ..... Sacred Heart (B)35, St Teresa 12. ": STATIONERY Is" 5 " Assumption Whites 16, Cathedra 4. :, by 8,000 to 10,000 adult Baptisms a year, increased by 125 per eral admission tickets at $1.50 st. Joseph 18, Sacred Heart Villa 14. cent, while the number of overseas Chinese rose by only 55 per o; ...... ;li oA;+ *. .*; Brlscoe over Holy Family (forfeit). :': =t" '" "=*, == =-- St. Bernadette 26, St. Paul 11. cent. family with two or more. st. Anthony 32, St George 11 TI-IIW Rql  M'AII)'IPIIT' PII. Holy Rosary and Lady of Lourdes (both Although Catholic clergy, both diocesan and missionary, . ..................... 5, forfeit). Rangers returning from a st. Margaret 22, St. Catherine Golds 6. have always extended their ministry to groups of Chinese to.,, R . 1.. //, _+;. + .... "11 Lady of Fatima 4B, St. Benedict 2S immigrants, new vigor was added to this apostolate with the ,e, u.y .................... st. Alphonsus 27, St. John 11 expulsion of priests from China by the Communists. Chinese thi S tur'a in ^l  St. Margaret 20, Blessed Sacrament 11. s a a y u ympla, st. Luke Golds 34, St. John 16 missionaries with a knowledge of the language and an esteem ,d in high school basketball, st. Anthony 24, Briscea 9. for native culture then became available for work among their O Dea sports the best won-lost RPARTANR overseas countrymen, record with a 2-1 mark the loss st Jose-h 42-S't-Luk'e'B/ues 22 Further impetus came in 1953 when the Sacred Congregation coming on a 64-47 thumping by st. Matthew 27, St, Luke Golds 12. for the Propagation of the Faith established a mission in Singa ......... st. camerlne Purples 16, Sacred Heart pore for developing and coordinating missionary efforts among This week's episodes in brief- _ (B) 12. Assumption 27, St. Monlca 12. the overseas Chinese. J,.e= me. e . st. John 30, St. Catherine Golds 16. 3U Tiles nlgll St. Alphonsus 30, St. Benedict 16. Varied Success s WINS, 0 LOSSES, 1.000 Pet. CADETS The success of the Church with these peoples within the (Home games In capital letters) St Luke 34 st "i .... SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF -." .. - -' -" '. ..... 75 UC at S. Barbara..72 Tresvant, 28 ........ past decade has varied from country to country, owing to eccle- =. MarK 2Y, Chris! the King 20. R4 gt Mnru'= zn "r.,,..  Lady at The L.OKe 37, St. Matthew 21. siastieal, cultural, social and economic factors. There is a great 97 .................................. MONTANA STATE.7$ Phillips, 18 stSt" JOhnMatthew38, Assumption38 Assumption31" 26 difference between results obtained in the Philippines, with 81 9 IDAHO STATE .... 67 V'rmlllion, 27 -' ..... ' ..... : " T LIAImVe "/n UIlli nh /aay or Pellma 4o, I. Anne 12. .................... .'"--"."" , St. Margaret 20, Blessed Sacrament 18. priests and 340,000 Chinese of whom 68,000 are Catholics, and in  ...........  .............. St. Alphonsus 29, St. Benedict 27. Cambodia, which has five priests fo] 11/ million Chinese, of so red Heart Villa 23, Cathedral 17. NEXT--Portland University December u^= Imll t u I D 11 22 at Seattle Center Arena; Brigham --.z ....... y ,,, ..o.y esary ,. whom only 3,500 are Catholics. Progress has led to the setting ,, un ="Iv"-I*" at = lS --- Fri "-'' St. Paul 52, Lady of Lourdes 18. .o g v. =r=.,/ -: i..,,,, uuX, Brisc^ ,n *. i=....,, I- up of new parishes and missions: there are now 91, including Dec. 27, in Portland's Exposition and Sl Edw-r  "'" %'--'" "" Recreation Center with other entries a'c - "" . ..,._o. =,,,?=.,... __ 69 in Asia, 8 in South America, 7 in Africa, 4 in Oceania and = red Mean tu] , l. LOUlSe 16.  1 IOWO Colorado Slate, Oregon State, St eo..  u^. =.--. ,v n Louisiana State, Oregon and Washing- St" An;'lonv'30 "S';"Te'es'a'Y16: ..... 3 in Europe. ton for the Far West Classic December o." " L '----  " I i " =[. Josepn J>, immaculate 11. The sphere where results can be established with greatest 26-30. St. Luke 34, Christ the King 16. precision is that of Catholic schools. Ten years ago there were St Plus and St Mark (both forfeit) IPl/ll;diC IP/'lIPII M Lady of the Lai(e 28, St. Catherine 25. only 29 Chinese Catholic schools with 10,566 pupils; today there .... " ............ St. Paul 30, Holy Family 28. Holy Rosary 46 Lady of Lourdes 23 2 WINS, 8 LOSSES .250 Pct ....... : ....... I 't. -awara 35, 5t Bernaaelte ]l. P (Home games In capital letters) Briscee 27, St. Francis 26 (overtime). SMC. OPPONENTS , TOP RANGER Sacred Hearf (B) 24, Ha y Fami y (K}. 50ciety f0r ThePrORev;. ;.. ,., agati0nArchdiocesan 0;ftheDirectorFaith , hum euge, s'nd..7s Bruener.. 22. WEEK E,0  I Doi:y - 60 Pacific Lutheran*..71 Donaldson, tO St. Monlca 38 St. Louise 13   71 W. MONTANA ..... 64 Brueaer, 22 St. Joseph 38 St. Teresa 1"2. -tar"-"-'-'"an' I 61 w. Washington .... s7 Burnley, 19 St. Anthony 23, Mount Virgin 16. - , ,3wMontana ....... ,6aruener,. /ii " 62 W. Mont ....... ,...83 Bruener, 95 DM/'tMID' 58 Carroll ............. 74 nruener, 20 v==v,,=v.,.,, are as many as l14 schools with 53,481 students. But not every--74Carroll .: ............ --88 Burnley, 30 AssumptlonSt'Jseph32' Immaculate26.52, St. Catherine 20. IPINE SPEClAL!00II  Ir [ 2' territory has seen such a rise: only 2.2 per cent (or 12,000) of s2t 8-game totals .... 608 St. Mortice 48, Holy Rosary 19. NEXT--Western Washington College St. Luk Louise over St. Luke (forfeit). the total number of pupils in the six countries with a very large December 2t in Olympia; Central Washington College December 27-28 in .WNIIII Chinese population (Cambedia, Indonesia, North Borneo, Sara- olmlay P." of the ......... ) s  ,t Fo  J g Tacoma Athletic Commission Tour- St. Luke 34. St. Mark 22. ,, wak, Vietnam and Burma)are in Catholic schools; the non- namen, Christ the King 30, St. Catherine 21. S ::::: of Catholic institutions have over 500,000 students. Lady Lake 49, St. John 38. , --. Your _av,rlte... lu e = = i St. Margaret 26, Assumption 20. IP 3U Trash TIV,, . Holy Family (K) .... 53 Lady of Lourdes INew & Used Cars & Trucks I ror f[ Besides the factor of education, there is another great in- TOO Holy Resory 50 St Monlca 2t 5 WINS, 0 LOSSES, 1.000 Pc[. 29. fluence on the culture of the Chinese people--the philosophy of Confucius. Today a weakening of Confucianist influence over (Home games In capital letters) Lady of Fotima 42, St. Francis 28. i f: weSo?u :nr! u ] H SU OPPONENTS PAPOOSE St. Paul 22, St. Teresa 26 : :nc: p ok: IGA TableRite er + ++ to +++ o, o++o + +o+m. 88., w +n we+ ......... 42 o Workman Wor--O00 -- mmo--Sa+t St ++ +m+ + 32 U + o. ou+m rs y presents the Church with a vacuum to fill. S6GRAY'S H'B'R JC 7 Workman. 12Strng' 30 St. Anthony over St. Jeseph (forfen). { EGGNOG ONE 59 The basic principles of Confucianism are good: God, the 0 OLYMPIC COLL...64 Workman, 26 79 EVERETT JC ..... 64 Johnson, 23 Father of mankind, is the greatest and the best; man, who origi- Workman, , CYO calendar QUART ....... -- Workman, 16 December 20--Parade ef Talents (grade CHEVROLET y- co/',,s . ,,,o,,, ..o,, hated from God, has an immortal soul endowed with free will, 4$3$-gqmo lotal$ ..:..3t8 ..... school talent show)7"30 pm Seat-I M E 2"4]" I I AT" 2"2447 !1 MAy2.0311 - and man should be grateful toGod. NEXT---Olymp|o COllege January 10 fie U Pi,ntt A.ditn;i., P.n'.;; .n PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20-21 hln ......................... on, ,, In Bremerton; and Western Was " g- cents " Ancesfors and Teachers ton College junior varsity (fresh) Jan- _ ." ...... iecemaer 2z--Retreal' tar Our Lady of :: Society f0: The Propagation of the Faith ReD; stepenSzeman, Archdiocesan Director 907Terry AvenUe Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 uary 17 at Seattle Center Arena. Guadalupe CYO teen-agers, public and Chinese culture is based on this natural religion, with special Catholic high school students, 1 to emphasis on a two-fold devotion to ancestors and teachers Now Highs and lows s:30 p.m., parish church. Father Marsh of St. Teresa's Parish, retreat FRIDAY'S VIEWS master. BLANCHET 74, BELLARMINE 58. December 23---Parade Of Talents (high High for the Craves: Tom Burke, 22, school talent show), 8 p,m,, Seattle Stlve lngham, 14, Gene Duncan and Center Playhouse. Tickets available steye McCarthy, 12; for the Lions: at CYO Office. Fred Westgale, 16, Tom West, 14, and December 26-29--Seventh Annual Ren- Mike Tretton, 13. Halftime: 37-32, ton Knights of Columbus Basketball Blancher. Northwest Catholic Associa- Tournament for midget, cadet and tlon game at Blanchet, cadette teams, St. Anthony's Parish O'DEA 49, ST. MARTIN'S 36. High for Hall. Kirk Schreiber, tournament the Irish: Tim Fountain, 21; for the manager, MU 2-3661. Rangers: Jeff Reynolds, 8. Halftime: December 28---Fourth annual Tacoma 21-16, O'Dea. Non-league at St. Mar- District Christmas Ball, 9 p.m. to 12 fin's, a.m., Doric Motor Hotel. Admission, SEATTLE PREP 57, MOUNT VERNON $1.50 per person. Doug Molar, teen 48, High for the Panlhers: Steve chairman, and Mrs. Kenneth Coriell, Conklin, 23 and Jim GIIlingham, 17; adult chairman. for the Bulldogs; Dick Howson, 18. Holftime: 28-25, Prep. Non.league in Mount Vernon. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS SATURDAY'S TEARS ",4 Bit of Old Seattle"  p O'DEA 47. High for the m,/l ,0ckta[Is BALLARD 64, Beovers: Gory Seefrled, 21; for the ALKI ITALIAN Irish: John Keifer, 15, and Mike Bear- gauit, 12, Halftlme 28-24. Ballard. Non- st S.0S83 and ,., league at Ballord. SPAGHETTI Cleveland 57, SEATTLE PREP 4S. High HOMESTED ne Wines for the Eagles: Dennis Calhoun, 19, Don Deschenes, 12, and Roger Stein- bach, 11; for the Panthers: Conklln, 13, and Tom Gorman, 11. Halftime: 2717 blsf S.W. UMJ/LIL//i J HOUSE '' '+' 32-34, Cleveland. Non-league c Seat- n^OI:OI:TTI' tleU. and PIZZERIA LUMBER CO, Ch.ho,,, 61, ST. MARTIN'S 60 (over- MADISON tlme). High for. the Bearcots: Terry ROMA CAFE Smith, 26; for the Rangers: Jim Hannam, 15, Jeff Feaney, 14, and ---- ,  Pot McLaughlln, 12. Halftlme: 31-29, - .... '  Soecializina Paints, Limber axd Hardware Chehalis. Non-league in Chehalis. "An Old Favorite in in  r   a New Location" FULL COURSE 202i E. Madiso. 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