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8--THE PROGRESS Fr;day, Dec. 28, 1982 Prep sponsors its own Christmas tournament Tacoma teens will choose king and queen for 1963 Catholic high school basketball gets into the holiday mood this Friday and Saturday with the unveil- ing of Seattle Prep's initial Christmas Invitational T o u r- nament at Seattle University's Memorial Gymnasium. Three Catholic schools and one public school are entered. Leading the cast are the Blanche Braves, who thus far are riding on an unde- feated five - game winning streak. Then there are the O'Dea Irish (2-4), the Everett Sea- gulls of the Western Confer- once and the host Prep Pan- thers (3-2). Games times both nights will be 7:25 and 9:05. Recaps of games last week follow: LAST FRIDAY'S VIEWS SEATTLE PREP 51, BELLAR- MINE 45. High for the Pan- thers: Steve Conklin, 19, and Mike Guiry, 15; for the Lions: Dick Anstett, 13. and Mal Mackay, 10. Halftime: 24-15, Bellarmine. Northwest Catholic Association at Prep. Cordovan caravan: Northwest Catholic Association basketball League Season W L Pct. PF PA W L Pct. GBL* Blancher .............. 1 0 1.000 309 200 5 O 1.000 -- Seattle Prep .......... 1 0 1.000 274 274 3 2 .600 -- Bellarmine ............ 1 1 .500 280 277 3 2 .600 O'Dea ................. 0 1 .0OO 275 262 2 4 .333 1 Games Behind Leader This week's varsity spectacle December 28.29---Seattle Prep Christmas Invitational Tourna- ment, featuring Blanch,t, O'Dea, Everett and Prep at Seattle U; PAT DAVID CZECZOK HUGHES Holy Cross Holy Cross January 4---Bellarmine vs. Wilson at University of Puget Sound, :::: : :: : }:: Tacoma City League; Blanchet at Cascade, Western Conference; Tahoma vs. O'Dea at Seattle U, non-league; Everett at Seattle Prep, WC; and Elma at St. Martin's, West Central League. / BLANCHET 08, Wenatchen 49. ON DECEMBER 20 =::., High for the Braves: Tom Shorecrest 27, O'DEA 20. High  Workman, 22, Jim Miller 10, for the Highlanders: Dick i and John Major, 12; for the Morse, 7; for the Irish: Carl Panthers: Dick Baker, 22. Jacobsen, 14. Halftime: 11- Halffime: 44-23, Blanchet. 9, O'Dea. Non- league at Wenatchee.Western Conference at Shorecrest. i!     [ X :  ..r__ SATURDAY'S SIGHT ON DECEMBER 19 Stadium 03, SEATTLE PREP BELLARMINE 72, ST. MAR- TIN'S 47. High for the Lions: Anstett, 18, and Bill Wyn- keep, 11; for the Rangers: Jim Hannah, 14. Halftime: 30-17, Bellarmine. Non-league at St. Martin's. 50. High for the Tigers: Bob Salatino and Bob Sloan, 20 each; for the Panthers: Jim Yanker, 22. Conklin, 12, and Guiry, 11. Halftime: 34-25, Prep. Non-league at Stadium in Tacoma. CAROL JACK ROLOFF STEWART Holy Resa Holy Retry i ........... ! ii: i!iiiiiii i : i i .... BARBARA JIM CATHY PAUL GLORIA JOSEPH SUE JACK ANTUSH KOVAL COUNTRYMAN BADER POTOCKI GRATZER FURSETH ANCICH St. Joseph's St. Joseph's St. Frances St. Frances as. Peter & Paul's SS. Peter & Paul's St. Leo's St. Lea's CYO New Year's Ball sets coronation A KING and a queen for the CYO Tacoma district will be chosen from 16 candidates .............. and possibly six others, representing CYO teen clubs in the Greater Tacoma area. The iiii i coronation will highlight the district's semi-formal New Year's Ball, Friday, Jan. 4, in  ; i::iii the 'inthrop Hotel's Bayview Room. Other candidates, besides those shown above, are Carol Krick and Rock Ray, both of Sacred Heart, and princesses and princes from St. ........ Nicholas in Gig Harbor, St. Aloysius in Buckley and St. Margaret Mary's in McKenna. Presiding will be 1962 King Gary Long and Queen Anita Pezanowski. Music from 9 p.m. : to 12 midnight will be by Reino Moisio's Orchestra. Admission is $2 per couple and $1 i i! ::ii: i per person. HILDA GUY HERBSTLER PITZER Visitation Visitation i Youth and progress Year-end clearance by Fred Cordova EFT-OVER merchandising items, ]ound while cleaning up the news files for the New Year: From the fourth collection COMES NOW Patricia Ann to the John Mingus household, relocated at 1461 Murray Road in Arcata, Calif. She joins James Roy, 3, and Karen Irene, 16 months. Mingus, Seattle Prep and Seattle U alumnus, served as CYO basketball commissioner and Sacred Heart Villa teacher and coach . . . The Northwest Catho. lie Junior High School League is undergoing a realignment since Assumption of BeIlingham switched to the State Junior High Association. Left in the Catholic loop are Perpetual Help and Immaculate Conception of Everett and Star of the Sea in Brem- erton. Possible successor to Assumption may be the Vancouver College freshmen teams in the Canadian metrooolis . . . Amidst the holiday greetings, R. James Malone, former Progress ad- "Sport, rightly understood, is en occupotian of the whole man and, while perfecting the body, it e/so makes the mind a more refined instrament for the search and communication of truth." Pope Pius X/I, f945 Lee Brown To Play At man, had this to say about his favorite sport, boxing: "The SU Dance sport is gone. Now it's all business. And it's a crooked business-- Leg Brown's Band of Re- SU rolls out mat for CYO The welcome mat i being rolled out to CYO youngsters, their coaches and adult leaders by the Seattle University Athletic Department next Tuesday on New Year's Night when the Chieftains play host to the visiting Montana State College Bobcats in the Civic Center Arena. The occasion--CYO Night--is SU's annual salute to the arch- diocesan youth program. All CYOers, accompanied by their adult leaders, will be ad- mitted free. Adults will pay the nominal general admission price of $1.50. CYO groups are asked to enter the student entrance at the east side of the Arena, announced Eddie O'Brien, SU athletic di- rector. THE MSC game, the first of the New Year for the Chiefs and their return from the Midwest and Far West Classic appearanc- es, will also be televised live and direct by KING-TV (Channel 5) and broadcast by KOMO Radio (10O0 kc.). Varsity game starts at 8 p.m. The SU Papooses will meet the Olympic Junior College Rangers in the 6 p.m. preliminary. CYO will 'warm-up' Science visitors a darned crooked one!" Malone, one-time fighter and manager, spends his winters at Seattle's Sacred Heart Parish and summers at St. Patrick's in Dockton . . . No one from the Northwest, in- eluding senior defensive end Brian Boulac from Olympia, won a football monogram this year from the Notre Dame Irish, which won five games and lost five. Four are from California: junior end Clay Stephens from Burtingame, senior guard Grog Wood from San Francisco, senior quarterback Daryle Lamonica from Fresno and junior halfback Tom MacDonald from Downey . . . Blanchet, burning up the basketball nets for five undefeated games, can look to football for a championship NCA team and alumnus Rick Redman, the University of Washington's sensa- tional sophomore guard making the first string Big Six football team . . . Making Carroll College's junior varsity team in Helena, Mont., is Frank Cristofaro, O'Dea's 1962 salutatorian and an Immaculate graduate. Carroll's varsity made a successful tour of Puget Sound, beating Seattle Pacific College and St. Martin's. @ Looking forward to next year THE FOLLOWING note is directed to John (Mickey) Neigh of Blanchet, John Goodwin of Seattle Prep and Bill Gilmore of O'Dea. It concerns the /ollowing statement is- sued by Norm Diebel of Bellarmine to students at the Ta- coma Jesuit school: "It has been my desire, since I have been coaching at Bellarmine, to employ a two.platoon sys. tern on our football team. We have lost nine starters this year and every position will be a wide open race. Yet, I believe that the two.platoon system will definitely work because we will have one of the largest turnouts in recent years. I expect the freshmen and the sophomores to com- bine with this year's juniors in building for the years to come. The Mrger turnout will make it possible /or me to have one offensive line, two offensive backfields and two defensive lines. Because of this platoon system, at least 85 per cent of the team will see a great deal of action during "the game, thereby gaining that much needed experience for future years. The present rebuilding plan is pointed/or the "64 season, yet if the system develops quickly, there might be a [ew surprises for our opposition in '63."... The Lions won two and lost six this last season. They aim to improve. Plenum veritatls HIGH SCHOOLS in the Archdiocese have been accommo- dating academic ,recruiters" from various Catholic colleges and universities. Dennis Hamilton, long a CYO personality both in camping and such, is arranging a visit for Loyola University of Los Angeles speakers from January 28-31. The son of THE J. Gordon Hamilton is Pep Club vice president, Glee Club secretary and a zealous Loyola booster . . . The University of San Fran- cisco, the Jesuits' Golden Gate annex, sent over Robert A. Bra- " ghetta, now' assistant director of admissions and former All- America setter player at USF . .. Two Gonzaga notes say that the Bulldogs are again fielding a hockey team in the Kootonai International League that includes Notre Dame College, Nelson, B.C., and that they have started a new inter-collegiate sport-- mr... Last thrusts at football. Of the 25 major college inde- pendents, seven are Catholic. Villanova, which had been on the starvation list a few seasons back and the team that narrowly lest to Oregon State, 6-9, in the Liberty Bowl, sported a 7-3 mark in fifth place. Following Villanova were Boston College (7-2), Holy Cross (8-3), Xavier of Ohio (8-4), Notre Dame (5-5), Dayton (2-7) and Detroit (I-8). But John Carroll University, another Jesuit school in Cleveland, boasts a 7-9 record in the eight-team Presi- dent's Athletic Conference. Its defensive unit established four new national collegiate records, including the allowing of opponents only 44.4 yards in total offense per game and one yard per play. Santa Clara since 1937 had held the record of 69.9 yards in total offens per game. I "Please call Main 2-2322 I need a Mommy and Daddy" I--' CITIZ[0'$ COMMIT1[E t0R NEGRO IOOPllOR$ nown with Butch Stone will provide the music for Seattle University's 1963 Student Homecoming dance, January 31. The annual dance will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Olymp- ic Hotel. The 16-piece band and a vocalist will fly up from Cali- fornia where they are present- ly making a movie. Student co-chairmen of the dance are Patrick Connolly, son of Mrs. Frances Connolly, 1512 1st Ave. N., and Marianne Ruef, San Diego, Calif. Holy Angels queen will be crowned at ball One of three finalists will be crowned queen of the Holy Angels' Senior Christmas Ball this Saturday in Fort Lawton Officers Club. Theme is "Mistletoe Melody." Finalists are Katie Aldridge of St. Anne's, Betty Jeari Co- vich also of St. Anne'v, and Mary Yaklich of Woodinville in St. Brendan's Parish in Bothell. Music will be by Archie Kyle's Orchestra. St. Louise booters get award Bellevue's St. Louise midget soccer team has been named the recipient of the CYO Soc- cer Referees' Good Sportsman. ship Award. Coached by Father Thomas Murphy, St. Louise's midgets were amon 15 midget and 18 cadet teams in the 1962 CYO soccer leagues. Visitation civics group names officers TACOMA -- Mark Ferrier is the president of the Maria Goretti Good Citi- z e n s h i p Club of Visitation School, which recently received its official charter from the Commission on American Citi- zenship in Washington, D.C. Other officers are Dana John- son, vice president; Grace Rog- ers and James Marchessini, secretaries; and Larry Hailer, sergeant-at-arms. HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions Writing Farming Trades Social Work Clerical Work For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. Should the Chieftains win their opening game yester- day (Thursday) against Cal- ifornia in the Far West Classic in Portland, KING- TV will televise the game live and direct at 9:30 p.m. this Friday. If the Chiefs enter the championship fin- ale, Channel 5 will stay on with the telecast beginning at 9:30 :again Saturday night. Win or lose, KOMO will keep with the Chiefs in Portland. The Chieftains, still rated by U.P.I. in the 13th slot and SMC tops Portland State The St. Martin's Col- lege Rangers, recent con- querors over the Port- land State College Vikings, take on their second Oregon oppo- nent this Friday in the persons of Linfield College at McMinn- ville. mentioned by A.P., are still The Rangers return for a two- holding their heads high des- night engagement with Oregon pit, their 93-83 loss to Loyola, College of Education January this week's second best team lu,,,,u,,,,urm,,u,,,N,,,,,,l,,u,,,,l,H, in the nation. SMC hoop stats THE CHIEFS, down by as much as 22 points early in the SEASON: 2 WINS, 8 LOSSES (Home games In capital letters) second half, staged a late- SMC OPPONENTS TOP RANGER 66 Pacific Lutheran* 89 Peterson, 23 ]]II!IIFII1r1rrI1iIiNI1Ii1IIIi 7 Cheney Studs* 91 Eberhardt, 15 Still one of best SEASON: 5 WINS, 1 LOSS (Home games In capital leflers) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF 60 OREGON STATE $8 Miles, 17 85 IDAHO STATE .. 66 Miles, 37 109 TENNESSEE ST. 87 Miles, 36 75 Dayton .......... 58 Miles, 23 76 Xavier .......... 74 Miles, 29 g3 Loyola (Chicago).. 93 Miles, 25 48 Six-game total ...4 68 LINFIELD ...... 101 Peterson, 16 64 EAST. WASH... 114 Donaldson, 15 Eberhardt, 15 83 WEST. MONT... 76 D. Rlehl, 18 Endlc0tt, 18 47 Western Wash. 81 Green, 12 80 Central Wash... ,3 Peterson, 14. 75 CARROLL ...... 76 Donaldson, 23 63 PACIFIC U ..... 70 Petersen, 20 68 PORTLAND ST. 53 Bloomfield, 14 6 t0-game total ..... 84 NEXTLlnfleld December 28 In MC. MInnvllle, Ore.; Oregon College of Edu- NEXT Far West Classic December cation January 4-5 at Olympia High 28-29 In Portland, Montana State Col- School nnd Central Washington January ego, featuring CYO Night January 1 8 In Rearden. In Seattle, Montana State Col ego Janu. *Tacoma Athletic Commission Invl. or,/ s In Bozeman, Idaho State January tattonal Tournament. 7 In Pocatello and Montana State Unl- I]iIjIItiItI1t)iI1III(j1 4-5 at North Thurston High versify January 9 In Mlssoula. llfl illl]l D iiii]llllfl illl) JilllIllllllllllll fl fllfi I[llllllll!llllt(I D)tH IllllllII!ltlllllll!III Jl[ School. game surge and whittled down the Ramblers' margin to two points with less than two min- utes to play. The consolation left the Chiefs being the only one among Loyola's first six vic- tims to hold down the Chicago quintet under 100 points. Loyola was averaging 111 points prior to the SU meeting. Eddie Miles had 25 points in the game, followed by John Tresvant with 19 and Ernie Dunston with 14. Five of Loyola's hot.shoot- ers hit double figures: Hark- hess, 23; Egan and Rouse, 20; Hunter, 18; and Miller 10. Loyola hit 45 per cent of its shots; SU, 39. SMC grabbed win No. 2 last Friday with a convincing 08-53 triumph over the visit- ing PSC at Olympia High School. Jerry Bloomfield, 5-19 frosh g u a r d from Shelten, paced the Ranger attack with 14, followed by Rick Eber- hardt, another fresh, with 10 points and I1 rebounds. SMC led at the half, 45-24. It was a different night the eve previous when SMC lost to Pacific University, 70-63. Another Shelton fresh, Corky Peterson, a 0-3 forward, came from the bench to score 20 points. Bloomfield followed with 14. I HIGHLIGHT of this weekend's Holiday Special at the Science Center will'be a warm- up concession, sponsored by the CYO central deanery. Among those getting ready to serve hot cider, donuts and coffee to visitors are (from left) Susan Picht and Chri Johanson of St. John's and Mary Lea Cahill and Sue Spinola of St. Edward's. Re -'w calving the attention is Edward Devine, the center's acting director and a member of St. Monica's Parish in Mercer Island. The center, which drew more than six and a half million persons during the six month Seattle World's Fair, will be open from noon until 7 p.m. this Friday through Sunday. Special outdoor-life movies and all the at- tractions that made the science exhibit the fair's star feature will be shown. The CYO warm-up concession will aid the participating CYO groups. ]'he center's regular win- .ter schedule is 10 to 5 on Saturdays and noon to 6 on Sundays. REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW "The Groom's Suit Is Rental Free." BROCKLINDOS Formal Wear Rentals IN SBATTLE ?th and Olive MU. 2.SITS 4716 University Wcw LA. 4.4100 IN TACOMA: 1216 Sowtfl Taeema Way BR. -IlS In the personal foul depart- Candidates are trained as: ment, the Chiefs were whistled down 22 times and Loyola, 13, Registered Nurses X-Ray and Laboratory Technicians with the Ramblers making 29 Pharmacists Therapists OH&e Personnel out of 32 free throws. SU made Write: Director of Vocations nine out of 13 charities. St. John of God Hospital, Los Angeles 18, Calif. ] .......... BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD Save Souls as a HOSPITAL BROTHER DES JARLAIS  (Day.Jar.Lay) i MEMBER iiLADY OF THE "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 11550 BOTHELL WAY EM 3-6110 Res. LA. 5-8312 AT FOR YOUR NEXT FORD SEE FRED MEIHHART Member of Blessed Sacramont Parish BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12531 30th AVE. N.E. 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