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8--THE PROGRESS Frida Y, Dec. 25, 1964 i i iiii Deserve a Christmas? This is the season of Christmas, the season when we are all to be merry and gay. If you take a walk down town you see people running around shopping -- dashing -- constantly busy on their way. People are mailing cards and trying to wrap packages. Everything is building up to a giant climax which will end on Christmas day -- the birthday of Christ. The thought crossed our mind: how really sincere are all these people. So many times "it is very easy to forget the real meaning of this day -- Christmas. It is so easy to think that with this one shot of charity in our lives, we can make our hearts Christ-like. How many times have you seen people let their shopping go until the last minute and are so taken up with the wrapping and purchasing of presents and the mailing of cards, keeping appoint- ments and going to parties, that they begin to become irritable and grouchy and short with each other -- speaking harsh words to those who are near and dear to them -- to those who help them. And then Christmas comes. They think that all can be made up with an empty greeting or a gift. Does this really show their love? It is really unfortunate. So many times we find ourselves in this situation. And we find we have lost the true spirit of the Christ Child, the spirit of charity and love, consideration and kindness which should exist the whole year through. Every day, in a way, should be a Christmas. And when Chrlstmas day comes, if we haven't been thoughtful and kind and considerate to people, tried to see the good in our fellow man, to overlook his short- comings, to give him a helping hand or a pat on the back when it is desperately needed, do we have the right to think all his fuss and rush and bother is going to make a Christmas for us? I think that at this time of the year we should be especial- ly careful to continue our works of charity -- to be sure we remember the people who have needed our help all year long. It is Very heartwarming to see how many people do understand that the poor and desperate and needy of the world must have Christmas every day, must have our help, our prayers through- out the year. If we have arrived at the Christmas season with such a rec- ord behind us, then truly we are ready to greet the Christ Child as he lies in the manger before us. God love you. :" Mercy in tier) Missions TO FEED the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, .shelter the abandoned--the sacrifice you send to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, the Holy Father gives to ,nission- aries like this nun, who perform these works of mercy in your place. In the 2,000 Catholic orphanages aided by SPOF they care for children abandoned in the slum.streets of the world. If you have been able to do few, if any, of the spiritual and corporal works of mercy, send us your sacrifices at 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104, and let your m0ney enable someone to work in your place. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to "Rev. 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WEAVER or LUISA GARBARINO Authorized Professional Agents for ALL Mqjor Airllnes, Steamship Companies and Railroads ! How Carroll Club began track meet (First of a series on the Carroll Club's Seattle Invite. tional Indoor Track Meet, /eaturi,g the best track stars in the ration, Saturday, Feb. 6, in the Seattle Center Calf. seem for the benefit o[ the archdiocesan CYO program.) It was 1959, and hard- working members of the Carroll Club were up to their elbows in sawdust. "The Carroll Club had just sponsored a track meet," Vern Raschko recalls, "and it was -- how should I put it confused? Disorganized? Anyway, there I was, shovel- ing sawdust out of the arena --because somebody'd forgot- ten to make arrangements to have it hauled away. Boy, was I sore." Raschko lost no time in con- veying his soreness to fellow Carroll Club members. "That's the last time we hold any kind of a track meet," Rasehko remembers telling his cluh members, "un- less somebody gets organ- ized." With that, club members promptly elected him to track meet chairman, an election Raschko likens to being sbang- hated. Now, five years later, the Carroll Cluly is planning a high- class, well-planned track meet, to be held in the Coliseum Sat- urday, Feb. 6. It's a protracted story, and it bad one false start, but the club's drive to get in- door track established in Se- attle is a bona fide "success story." AFTER THE dreary 195g meet, Raschko began watching, corresponding with and travel- ing to other indoor meets. When Portland held its first indoor meet in 1961, Raschko was there, and in successive years, Portland "bus opened up completely for us- they've taught us a lot." "The Portland meet was underwritten," he recalls, by nine businessmen. They called them the 'Nine Nervous Men', since they stood to lose quite a bundle of money if the thing didn't go over. We've got a broader financial base. We've got the 'Twinkling Twenty'-- 20 Carroll Club members who have underwritten the Seattle event to the tune of $1,000 apiece." According to Raschko and Lee Sinclair, his fellow co-cbairman, the Twenty feel that the meet success seems surer each day. Stun Hiserman, University of Washington field and track coach, is serving as meet di- rector, and top athletes from the West Coast and the nation are expected. Moreover, advance response indicates the track. meet will be more than just a track meet. "We know the sports fans will turn out," Raschko said. "But indoor track is more than just a sport. It's almost a circus, and we quite frank- ly think it may become a 'soeial' event. In Portland, for instance, the indoor invita. tional is very 'in'. With the enthusiasm Seattle has shown toward hockey and football and the prospect of a big league baseball team, we fig- ure, to fill all ll,00O seats in the Coliseum." And, who's going to haul out the sawdust when the meet is, finished? "That's the first thing we thought of," Raschko said. We're not using sawdust. It's foam rubber this time, and we've got a crew all Iined up." SU improves At Kaufer's 5 WINS, 3 LOSSES, .625 Pet. (Home games In eopllal letters) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF 71 ARIZONA .......... 76 W'rkman, 23 98 Oklahoma .......... 8} Williams, 26 76Tulsa .............. 98 Strong, 14 Our Yearly 79 ARIZONA STATE . 78 W'rkman, 26 7S UC STA. B'RB'RA., 5S Williams, 12 76 LaSalle ............ 74 Williams, 18 74 Duquesne .......... 80 Williams, 38 89 Memphis State .... 77 W'rkman, 21 HALF PRICED 638 8-game totals" ..... 619 Does not include DePaul totals, ll played Wednesday in Chicago with re- suits too late tar this week's deadline. SMC flies high Christmas 9 WINS, 4 LOSSES, .692 Pet. (Home games in capital letters) SMC OPPONENTS TOP SAINT 61 Eastern Washington* $0 aurnley, 19 38 British Columbia* .. 59 Burnley, 15 91 WESTERN MONT.. 77 Bruener, 2S Card 79 WESTERN MONT. 66 Bruener, 24 74 Linfleld ............ 81 Bruener, 34 101 OREGON TECH. .. 66 Bruener, 19 S6 OREGON TECH... 70 Bruener, 27 63 Western Washington 71 Bruener, 17 SSAIaska ............. ,9 Ournlev, 24 Sale 80 Alaska ............. 61 Bruener, 21 80 Alaska ............. 64 S.Strolan, 29 93 WESTERN WASH.. 68 Bruener, 43 63 EASTERN WASH.. 71 aurnley, 25 V9713-gametotals ..... 873 . the KAAUFER M C0 14111 annual Totem Tournament In Vancouver, B.C. m HOLY CROSS BROTHERS V'" 4th at STEW RT A 2-4173 =:! [ also... Spokane and Tacoma U first in Catholic supplies Washington Owned and Operated Stores --BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD"" Christlan Charity to Every Corner of the Globe Whoa, Workman! Serve God Through  UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN MISSIONS LANKY Craig Hilden, Bellarmine's high-scoring sophomore Teaching, Youth Work, Missions n Writing a Farming e'Trades CANDIDATES TRAINED AS: guard, says "whoa" to Blanchet's Jerry Workman, the ; Social Work a Clerical Work , InfirmaHans Medical Technicians senior holding the basketball, in Friday's Northwest Cath- For Information write: Brother Pharmaclsts -- Therapists 1 Secretaries olic Association action at Blanchet. Jerry is the younger Gilbert Burke, .S.. brother of Blanchet's all-time great and now Seattle Uni- Notre Dame High School WRITE: DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONS versity player, Toni Workman. Blanchet went on to win, 13642 Riverside Dr. St. John of God Hospital 64-43.(Progress Sports Photo by Charley Heib)" Sherman Oaks, Calif. Brookline 46, Mass. Braves have win knack By Jim Murray George Morrison's Blanchet Braves have something going for them. That something, a knack for winning, remained irreproach- able through another weekend of victorious play, as the Braves hung up victories in 10rk8 both the Northwest Catholic NEW YEAR'S EVE Association and Western Con- ference races. The knack consists of a well- CELEBRATION rounded ball club trying des- perately to make Blancher fans forget pionS.with their Gene 1962 Duncan,Statea Cham- mem- DA'NOCOVERCHARGE"? NCING 9i00 'tii ? ber of the 1962 Braves, ringing up 41 points in two games, the. Seahorse Combo . . Cocktails Braves coasted to wins over " Bellarmine and Wenatchee, HATS--PARTY FAVORS--NOISEMAKERS running their win streak to five games. This week's recaps: BLANCHET 64, BELLARMINE 43. High for the Braves; Gone Duncan, 21, and Tom Lyons, tO; ,orthel.ions: HARRY rJliIBliPPLE Craig Hlidea, 16, end Mike Tretton, r 10. Haltllme: 25-16, BlancheS. NCA RAYEHSCROFT at Blanchet. Mukilteo - By - The - Sea ST. MARTIN'S 65, Eatonvllle 39. High for the Rangers: Jim Hannem, 21,CruiserS:Haifflme:and JeffRich34.11,ReynoldS,williamS,St. Madln's.11;10' for Con-the Make Reser,atiOnScALL NOW?" ITALIAN ii!:i :':'::k::':i ;iili :::i: tral League In Eatonvllle. _ _.., w._., FA 6 4883 High for the Prep Panthers: Jim OIl. UNIVERSITY DISTRICT Ilngham and Mike Tronquef, both with 17, and Pat Burns, 12; for the Wenntchee Panthers, RUSS, . FINE PIZZA is. btolttlme: 37-1% Prep. Western Conference at Seattle U. O O O'DEA VS. Evergreen, postponed be- cause of Inclement weather, resched- AND uled December 30 ot Evergreen. HEW YEAR'S DAY Sty, SATURDAY'S STORM Real Old Country e O'DEA vs. Roosevelt, cancelled because of Inclement weather. ITALIAN DINNERS BLANCHET 73, Wenatchee 44. High DINNER for the Braves: Gene Duncan, 20, Marry McCarthy and Tom Lyons, both with 12; for the Panthers: Russ ORDERS TO GO Keagle, 10. Halttlme: 33-19, Blanchet. Open Dolly from 12 Noon Western Conference at BlancheS. SERVED 12 to 9 p.m. S,n., I to Midnight. Closed Men. MONDAY'S FEUD "SPECIAL PLATES FOR CHILDREN" O'DEA 60, BELLARMINE 47. High for thelrish: Mike McCann, 20, and Pat Welch and Roy Simpson, bolh with Hi-Wy 99 North to FA. 6-4883 14; for the Lions: Mike Tretton, 17, Mukilteo Sign AMPLE FREE PARKING and Carl HIIdea, 11. Halfflme: 26.19, Beltarmlne, NCA at Bellarmlne. (Open 7 Days Week) TUESDAY SYMPHONY SEATTLE PREP 49, Meadowdale 43. Ski Masses H,g, for the Panthers: Jim Gilllng- ham, 13, and Pat Layman, ll; for af Snoqualmie ,.e Chiefs: Roy Ewing, 14. Holftime: 25-16. Prep. Western Conference at ,,# SNOQUALMIE PASS -- Seattle U. ,> t West Bromerton 73, BELLARMINE 57.  I S Two Masses will be said New High for the WildcatS: Terry Pudas, SCARLET TREE MAKE.j, SOMEONE HAFY 20; for the LIons: Mike Tretton, 28. I'/| 4  Jl P Year's Day, Jan. 1, and Sun- Halftlme: 31-26, West Bremerton. 00/z,F day, Jan. 3, at St. Bernard's Capita, League In Bremerton. --alb: -- --o-- . -DeliM'tfut Dining Chapel. Mass times are 8:30 "in Relaxing Atmosphere am. and X2 noon. Chancellors Three Masses every Sunday, Br0"mled Steaks ... Chicke, ... Seafood o+ one of th. commencing January 10 and offer ski lessons, Fine Restaurants " recommended by continuing through the skiing slate ski fr, p ) Organ Stylings by Bob Fleming I season, will be said at 8:30 / in the Scarlet Tree Room from 7 P.M. I The Progress a.m., 12 noon and 12:45 p.m. A six-week series of two-hour  .. ski lessons is being offered to COCKTAIL LOUNGE L0ckeYuen afeC single young Catholic adults every Sunday starting January 66th and Roosevelt Way N.E. LA. 3-7153 10 by the Chancellor Club. Cost is$15, excludingtrans--- __ l AL'S DINER portation, according to Bob Chinese & American Fortier, chairman. Reserva- tions may be made at LA 5- v--hy[ II I ,,,..,n. , 5889. 1 (Next to the Ferry Dock) Dishes "We put up orders +o take out' Meanwhile Chancellors have R EDMONDS, WASH. 1010Madison Year'sWbitePassSkitripFri-Jll y!o?!!!- ' I alNNFR - - ENT[RTAIMENT day and Saturday, Jan. 1-2. FROM550M B. LANGVOLD MA. 3.5470 Departure from Seattle is the previous Thursday. t" I I e:a::'Di:;;::n "" I - Your Host- Seattle Joining the adventure will be =' m' Union ml formerly of members of the Richland Chart- Simmans Dinin, Room "U A'# ,. /O - II cellar Club, said Dietrich Brun- ,r/, i l"" w,Ho. . ,.6.o ner, chairman. Non-members  m mmlmmmimmmmmmmmmmmlnm*mlli.m are invited to join the members. LLOYD Take the family out to dine Beeufiful View BARBrOUI[I([cSIAo.TsMdAd 2 CYO Scoreboard at one of the fine restaurants Overlooking The W.ter FOWLER T ooma recommended by The Progress Ope./ DaysA W.k ." eUPFEr LUNCH FROM 1 i A, M. FROM 5:30 P.M, COCKTAILS /r;. 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