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FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 :!, !i, i~;ill, (I: ,iil ::i/i,( a ayers WOODSTOCK -- A roster with ~1 players back from last year's .500 season is good reason for Tom Parsley, Marian Central Catholic high school football coach, to look forward to the 1961 gridiron campaign. The all-county Catholic high opens its 10 game ached- ule Friday night, Sept. 15, against Woodstock Community high school Marian should be strongest in the backfield and weakest at the end positions. Parsley has three versatile quar- terbacks returning: Mike Pur- vey, senior: Bill Riley, junior, and Wally Bowman junior. Possible Positioning As for the ends, graduation claimed the regulars although. Parsley may cancel plans to re- turn Ed Crowley to the backfield in Which case one position at end would be covered by Crowley aq t lay into the backfield one of the! quarterbacks can play the half- back spot when he is not signal calling. This would give Crowley !a chance to make good use of Uniforms, Tests Football uniforms will be is- sued and physical examina- tions will be given to all can- didates for the Marian foot- ball teams Saturday morning, Aug. 26. Uniforms will be is- sued to vars4ty candidates at 9 a.m, prior to physical exam- inations at I0 a.m. Frosh-soph candidates will take their physicals starting at 10:45 a.m. and will be issued uni- forms immediately after- ward. his speed, aggressiveness and who had a star-studded season strong defensive ability. at that position last year. i Big Line Hole If Parsley does not put Crow- A half-dozen sophomore pros- LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification of Movies pacts, including Pete Parker, Ran Reckamp, John Header and Joe Reinert should strengthen the letter dotted squad. Biggest line hole occurred when Tom Harding was graduat- ed after a brilliant career in which he was chosen most valu- able player by his teammates two years in a row. Harding earned. Little All-State honors last year. Other seniors claimed by graduation include Jim Wensch, Bernie Low, Ed Lortie, Terry Strohm, Tony Paluch and Jack Pajak. However, Parsley figures Paul Karls, 190 pound junior, will develop into a standout player and will try him at cen- ter. He was chosen the most im- proved lineman last year along with Chuck Thillman, tackle. Rest of Squad Another shift will find John Leahy going from end to full- back, supplementing Joe Vil- main's line-driving power. Half- backs will include Mike O'Leary, Gary Church, Peter Parker, Steve Sexton, Reckamp, and Crowley, if he returns to the backfield. Parker will handle the punting. ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS FREEPORT--The past week St. Vincent's welcomed Sister: Mary Edna as its new Superior. It is our earnest wish and pray- er that Sister's years in this capacity may be happy ones, filled with the Blessing of Al- mighty God. Along with this appointment we welcome Theresa Czervionke to assist in the office. It is like homecoming as she worked at St. Vincent's prior to her mar- riage, and was also a G i r 1 Scout leader. We all rejoice to have her with us again. One of the most enjoyable and eagerly awaited treats of the summer months is the an- nual day of fun at C a r r o II county fair in Miiledgeville. Through the courtesy of Mrs. Gone Cross, office secretary, our children were again invited to "Kids Day." Threefold events made Thurs- day, Aug. 10, quite an extra- ordinary day. Early in the morning a group of Sisters ieft to spend "Community Day" at St. Francis Woods, Mokena, meeting with many other Sisters Prizes of various description= added to the thrill of the games. In conclusion to this gay party, all were treated to pop, cookies, and candy. Then the youngsters were off to enjoy their newly acquired toys. Saturday afternoon saw our baseball team out on the dia- mond challenging a Freeport team coached by Phenie Petta, one of the men employed here at St. Vincent's. So our young- ;tern had a twofold reason for wanting to win this game. Throughout, the score remained a close one, but at the end of the f i f t h inning, an unhappy, costly error by one of our boys gave their opponents an advan- tage of three runs. With o n e more inning, to go, chances of 'victory for us were slim, and i at the whistle, the scored read, 15 to 2 in their f a v o r. Next week's encounter will be o u r victory, the youngsters claim. So throughout the week there will be practice and more prac- tice. With all the g a y activities going on here at St. Vincent's there was a note of sadness. ANNUAL CANADIAN CAMPING TREK--Members of St. Joseph parish Explorer Post 19 of El- there. Here, on St. Vincent's Saturday morning Sister Lour- gin are shown prior to their departure for their annual camping trek to the Canadian area of grounds, minor seminarians ofldene, supervisor of the older Lake in the Woods, north of International Falls, Minn. (Bottom row, I. to r.) Bob Sale, Dennis the Rockford diocese gathered boys, revolved the sad news of Shannon, Jeff Sachen, Don Shannon, James Wolff, Scott Porter and Bill Burmeister. (Second for their annual picnic, sponsor- the death of h e r father. The ed by Bishop Lane. As had the sympathy of all St. Vincent's row) George Wehrle, assistant post advisor; the Rev. Edward C. Fanning, post chaplain; Gary major seminarians a few days and St. Joseph's is with Sister Wehrle, Bob Lungren, Jack Parr, and Jack Mason. (Third row) the Rev. Henry M. Schryer, previously, these young m e n in her deep sorrow. Holy Mass pastor; Charles Lanlus, Explorer president; Alan Steinway, Charles Nyari, James Lanius, Rodney enjoyed a wide variety of ac- was offered by Father in our Harms, Stephen Manger and Michael Hagerty. (Back row) Mel Porter, Explorer advisor; Gone Sale, institutional representative; Jack Parr Sr treasure~;; William Kleiser, eommitteemnn: tivities. All too soon evening Chapel for the repose of hi $ and James Saehen, activities chairman. Overland travel will be by station wagon, and five out- came to bring this day to a soul. May he rest in peace! close. board motors have been obtained for boating and fishing. The group is spending I0 days in the Our own children held a :~=~:~=~; ~===~~2/~I Northland and will return late in August. Mass and Holy Communion begin each day for the special party of their own -- a ~ ~. ~ . s, ~ group, accompanied by Father Fanning. (Elgin Courier News photo) family Bin~n So --~n ~,ay s~u ~uw t[ in a ow. lll ~ ,y tl ~ W children caused this event to THE OBSERVER be a highly enj ~yable pastime. ~~:. .~i~ ~'~ ,a The following is a moral estimate at motion pictures showing Linemen back include Dave )ear Doris: age -- which often leads to re- either should be easy to find. DEININGER'S ] in the Rockford Diocese prepared under the direction of the National Frisch, Jim Gates, Nick Howell, A Jewish boy asked me for a ligious indifferentism. So you Dear Doris: Funerals Weddings Legion of Decency 453 Madison Ave New York 22 N.Y. with John Karas, Wayne Karas, Paul date last month. I turfed him might even be doing your Jewish Nancy is popular and one of Flowers Jar All Occasions I co-operation of the Motion Picture Department of the international Karls, Bruce Paterson, Paul down. My Aunt whom I live with friend a favor ~y refusing to my girl friends but she talks,Plants Bouquets F~ederation of Catholic Alumnae. Schuler, Bill Simonini, Chuck told me not to accept because date him. behind my back to others. When A-l--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL Thilln~an, Dick Trownsell, and I might get involved with him. 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