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Sunday, March 14, 1948 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News Section--Page IIA ._.. LI*-_L l~]of the season. But fortune was m nlgn II Itagainst them when the host team Ji ,dk~ iJfound four more counters to take p ..... a-i___ pJ__,, ~l , It --B~[~'~ Itthe victory. Final score 47-43. l~Si~lli IIMI IUy |l .~ Ill_ .4i' p~u~ew IJ In their final session of the sea- - Jl ~kllJJ ~[~lJ ~ ][son. St. Mary's tangled with Mc- l"k'*e Wm~J~=.Jl~m~ ]l ~Jl ~jw |[Henry at Woodstock. But even [||[~ YTl#IsNt. =-HSU II !" . .. llthough the Saints counted 19 free __ J| m me |lthrows out of 28 attempts, the II z~,a J] McHenry boys were connecting ~Rockford--Thursday, Friday and[| Ihnr~c~n I I from all corners. Final outcome: ~nda March 11 12 n" :4 til ~av~,-=ww lIMcHenry 68 St Mary's 45. Stol- ""~un y, , a u I , a ' ". : 8 ..... ~l ~, _ J]zke had 15 whale Gibbs had 12 p.m. eaen eve,,ng ,he annuaill Atan [land Taylor 11 for Woodstock. spring production of Muldoon High II ,,V,,gw J.~lliJsllU II school will be presented in the l J J[ Aquin's Bulldogs tore up Ga- school auditorium with "The Eyes I I lena's defense and offense in the -. ~_:.~. ,, ~.. a,:-_ ~,_..~^iJ _-~J l Freeport regional to come out on UL ~ltllp uy .wllllla LVI~t~II~IU ~IIU [ Lena Eggleston selected for thisI year's vehicle, t Preceding the play, the Muldoon I vested choir will offer Cain's Holy Lord God"; Tchaikowsky's "The Nightingale"; Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and "Sing Again," by Pro- theroe-Cain. The Muldoon High school band will play several se- lections, including Lake's "The Golden Century"; Franck-Harvey's "Panis Angelicus"; Ponchielli- Fall's "Dance of the Hours"; Tchaikowsky-Chenette's "Andante Cantabile" and Safranek's "Atlan- tis." Leading roles in the dual casts will be portrayed in Laura Marl- nailS and Patricia Fox as Lady An- tonia; Mary Ann Cash and Mary Ann Lazzerini as Magdalene; Jo- anne Uzabel and Colleen Donahue as Veta, Antonia's slave; Margaret Castrogiovanni and Faye Warnes as the Mother of Jesus. In the supporting cast will be Mary Catherine Miller, Frances Green, Patricia Martin, Joanne Ollman, Peggy Van Cura, Theresa Bruscato, Joan Jackson and Carlo Manalli. "The Eyes of Faith" is set in Jerusalem during the Passover. Lady Antonia comes there hoping to find a man who will cure her blindness. She is disappointed when she learns that He is dead but is assured by Magdalene that on the third day He will rise again. Fired by the thought o~, His esurrection, Antonia remains and the interval learns 'about On the third day she follows the women to the tomb where they meet Mary who tells them that Christ is risen. The women, thinking Mary is crazed with grief, do not believe her. An- tonia does, frees her slave and asks Magdalene to take her to the risen Christ. Your WADDA tS GROVE BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER NATURAL SWISS CHEESE PHONE 8809 Waddams Grove. Illinais MONROE Dealer COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS MAIN 226 Hmn~ Jld~ Ckicago Ave. at Jackson fREEPORT played at the Coliseum in Rock- ford on March 13 may be found on the front page of The Observer. Marmion rates high spot among the high school teams of the dip- a lone bucket while they bounced out 26 points in the third. Coach Tom Kienle installed the second string who matched 11 to the Pi- rates 10 in the final stanza. No one knew till the final whistle just how the Aquin-Stockton game cese as they have advanced to the would turn out. Ending the first sectional to take place in Joliet. quarter Aquin had a 12-7 margin. In the final of the regional atAt the half it was 20-16 Aquin. West Aurora, Marmion Cadets In the third period it was "me staged a brilliant shooting act to lead--you lead--tie." With the defeat the host team 54-40 and win :the regional title. Led by Prisco count in Stockton's favor 32-31, the Blackhawks stalled out the who made 9 baskets in 10 attempts, minute and a half that remained the Cadets dropped in 21 buckets out of 48 attempts to make a .438 to make that score final. St. Thomas'-~-as pitted against average. Box score: Marmion(54) ]West Aurora (40) a powerful East high team in the B F B F regional at East Rockford. Catch- Prisco f 9 1 Essigg, f 4 3 ing the lead in the first quarter, Hayes. f 7 2 Bievcr, f 5 2 Neubauer. e 8 2 Ellis, e 4 Z the Rabs held it all the way. The Zansell, 82 2 Strong, 2 Z jTommies showed good ball-hand- Dunn, g 0 6 McClasky, 0 0 ~ling and a fighting spirit but Saris, o 0 Wyatt. g 0 2 Totals 2t12J Totals 15lo t could not keep up with the Rabs. Marmion .................... 10 27 40--57 Final score 68-36, West Aurora ................ 5 17 25--40 Marmion enters the sectional St. Joseph's eighth grade cag- with a record of 21 victories ere captured the crown of the El- against 2 defeats and a winning streak of 9 games. The Cadets meet Forces,, champions of the Vermillion Valley conference, in their first game at Joliet. Opening at the regional with a 41-38 victory over Wheaton, Mar- mion then edged out Batavia in the only close game of the tourna- ment 47-46 to put the Cadets in the regional finals against West Aurora. In the opening game of the re- gional tournament at Dixon, Coach Don Hennessy's Community cag- erE captured a win over Rock Falls Priest-Scientists 1 " Honored By Volume IJ " "- I Notre Dame, Ind.--Commemo- [ rating the outstanding work of ~ -//( ~P"~ (~-~'~-" "] two former priest-scientists at the I I ///~'~/" \~"J] .| University of Notre Dame, the ~ /(~/'/~_Q?~~ (~ J 7,200 volume collection of works I~/~ ~I~'~ "~" -- ~T~- I eomprislng the Biology Library at "-AI.y I Notre Dame has been named'the' "Wenninger-Kirsch Zoology Li- (~t/'-~t~ ~_. J brary," it was announced by the "~ ~ . ,J R v ....... e . Hubbard Kenna, C.S.C., D~rec- "~'-~..'.,.~-o~ ~'~'~ tor of Studies at Notre Dame. "'If you call SEIFERMAN'S y~;1 wouldn't The library, an outstanding col- hays to Wol with that bumper jackY" legiate collection in its field, has ~to ez~rP~,,m,e been named as a memorial to theuvo .~zz~rz=z~Z~l~l~l j Rev. Alexander M. Kirsch, C.S.C., and the Rev. Francis J. Wenning- er, C.S.C., both former heads of tbe College of Science at Notre Dame. STANDARD SERVICE Opposite St. Vincent's Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Like Memories Themselves Memorials Are Not Luxuries APPROPRIATE, ADEQUATE MONUMENTS CAN BE PRODUCED AT A VERY REASON- ABLE COST. OUR DESIGN SERVICE CAN PROD- DUCE AN ADMIRABLE MEMORIAL TO FIT ANY BUDGET. ENGELS MONUMENT CO. I Cur. W. Empire St. and Demeter Drive Walter Engels FREEPORT Vernon Engels Tel. Black 1544 Tel. Kent 733 'e,eport I Quou,tv c~J I~ Fue Oil I I Malfl 3130 FREEPORT ! gin Catholic grade school tourna- ment held in St. Mary's gym last week by stopping St. Mary's boys I 1-7-13. In Aurora, St. Mary's won I the championship of Aurora Cath- olic grade school tournament by defeating St. Nicholas 33-24. At Rockford, St. Patrick's defeated St. Mary's 35-17 for the parochial league title. ------ In "Y" Industrial league play at Freeport, Krogull's five, finish- ing the game with but two men on the floor, overran Dakota 35-33. That same evening Shannon beat the Knights of Columbus 49-24. by a score of 36-32. Starck led in counters with 12 while Yell and l Last Sunday, the Rockford Wahl tied for second with 8. En-IKnights of Columbus defeated V tering the semi-fi~als, the Comets]FW 46-39. found the Dixon Dukes too much for them and lost by a score 54-' AURORA PARISH LEAGUR 49. The first quarter ended with Final Second Round ~t~ndingl the score tied at 12 all. At the ..Team ~ L ~ ~9~ .r1Oly Angels .......... half, Community had a one point st. Nicholas .......... 4 2 267 234 lead. The Dixon men then went out in front in the third and kept the lead which they held when the whistle blew. Fifteen basketball teams have been organized among the girls of the physical education department at Community. Every girl in the gym classes takes part in the in- tramural games which are held an- nually at the school. At the Elgi-~-~regional, the St. Edward's Five matching Arlington Heights, allowed their opponents i five free throws but no fiekl goals in the first quarter, they them- selves taking 13 markers. In the second period the Elgin men out- scored the Arlington eagers 13-8. Coming baek in the third canto, Arlington grabbed 11 to St. Ed's 8. Although the lead changed hands in the fourth, St. Edward's Sacred Heart ........ 4 2 250 232 Good Counsel ........ 3 3 216 230 St. Michael's .......... 3 $ 247 234 St. Joseph's ............ I 5 222 261 Annunciation ........ 0 6 187 357 Rockford parochial league final standings: St.Patrick's ................... 12 St.Mary's ..................... 12 2 et.Stanislau ................. I0 4 St.Anthony's ................ :.I0 4 St. 1~1W aed" S ................. 4 lO St. Peter's ....................... 8 It St. James .......................... S 11 St. Peter & Paul ............ Z 12 Freeport parochial league final standings: W L St.Vincent'~ ..................... ~ O St.Thomas Aquinas .......... 4 2 St.Mary's ................................ 2 4 St.Joseph's ............................ 0 S Some recent scores in grade school play: EIGHTH GRADE AT ELGIN ~t. Mary's 27 ; Ramblers 12. Wing 1~: St. Joseph's 12. St. Laurence 13 ; Franklin 29. AT ROCHELLE St. Patrick's (lights) 12; St. Maryts, Freeport. (liht~) 10. St. Mary's. Freeport (heavies) 40 ; St. Patriek's {heavies) 18. St. Patrick's 27 ; St. Anne's, Amboy 25. AT STERLING St. Mary's (liht~) 22 ; St. Vincent's (liht~) I$. St. Mary's (heavies 20: St. Vincent's (heavte~) 19. AT FREEPORT St. Vincent's 46 : St. Mary's 20. Canada Diocese Will Launch Campaign For Family Rosary London, Ont., March 8---(NC)-- came out with a victory 49-40. Box score: St. Edward (49) Arl. 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