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O FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, tgGi t By ROBERT A. WILLEMS Marian Central Catholic did it again last weekend, edging out Andrean Catholic of Gary, Ind 14-6, in a nip and tuck. battel on the Hoosier home field. The vic- tory, fourth of the season in as mahy starts, gave the Woodstock Hurricanes undisputed claim to the title of "The Team to Beat" among Catholic grid squads in the diocese. Only other diocesan eleven to post a win in weekend play was Newman Central of Sterling which stopped Morrison, 26-7, on that team's field Friday. And although the Comets could not boast a per- THE MADONNA OF LEARNING -- Here is one of the last fect season the victor" was the ,Y works executed by the noted sculptor, Eugene Kormendy, for }third in a row for the Sterhng mer head of the Department of Sculpture at the University, of ] o,-,ww,o o~h ,Jl" ~wol ~o ~,~- , Notre Dame. Ind. Entitled, "Madonna of Learning, the model I~tarlina (~nmrnunifv hloh ~oh~l was recently east in ataluminum by his widOW,washington Elizabeth, D.WhOc. ]l 7-6, '"~'the ~c ~.--v .~.^"~"^"-"'~[:'~'J~'^'~'~-" ,s now teaching art,Dunhart n college, lnMa an Soore; Early Many of Mr Kormendy s sculptures had a religious theme,| . " :, ! in me ivlarlan-Anurean game, notably his huge statue, Light of the World when graces ! : . . |me ~urncanes urew nrs~ amou the front of the ~uwu neaaquarters DUtlulng In wasmngton. / ~ ~ /baturuay ai~rnoon, scoring in me -~ ~ linitial period on a two-yard sneak nigh SChOOl at t~ensonvnie, anu PTA In Aurora uy Mike Purvey who set up the two associates WhO nave oeen ,first score two plays previously ~n~n~ Ml~ i~ ~inglg using ~the program for the past with an ll-yard pass to Eddie I" few years m them school. Crowley. The extra point was pro- vided by Bruce Peterson. The highly ated Andreans, rut- :fled by the fast play, bolted back AURORA -- A discussion of ac- Mrs. Thomas McDonough re. celerated arithmetic programs ported on the P.T.A. card party, and a treasurer's report on the "Voyage in Fashions," held coming P.T.A.~ card party high- Wednesday and Thursday of this lighted the first meeting of the week. year for the Parent Teacher Assn. of Our Lady of Good CounselI tn Reformation England, dis- school here recently. ~ i guised priests traveled the coun- The ;discussion of the accele-ttry with only one vestment, made rated arithmetic program was lin strips of Various colors to al- conducted by Doctor Martin Zuck- low themto be used at all liturgi- erman, superintendent of Senton Col seasons. for their own TD but failed to make the extra point, leaving the 'score at 7-6. I I I I I II I [ I I BUD KNOTT & SONS THE PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTER 114 W. STATE ST. ROCKFORD WO 2-7797 I I I II n u n [- I II n BARBER Open 1o the public -- 22 chairs - no waiting -- Modern Equipment -- Air Conditioned -- State Accredited - Union affiliated Call or write for information 114 North Madison Street : Rockford WO 3-5939 To See The GREAT LINE Of 1962 At BACHRODT'S I YEAR GUARANTEED WARRANTY ON EVERY CAR WE SELL ! ~OU Can Buy A New Chevrolet At Any One of Our New Car Lots or 2 Showrooms at 330 S. Church -- Rockford. e e when they fought Dundee to a standstill in a season opener. The score in that game was also 6-6. This gives the Elginites a split record, having won their second game, 7-0, against Genoa while dropping their third start to the invincible Hurricanes from Mar- ian, 15-0. Worst Defeat Boylan's Titans suffered the worst defeat of the fourth round and of the season Friday when they went against South Beloit on that team's home ground. Paul Chambers led the Sobos 56-0 assault with three touchdowns on runs of 55, 30 and three yards, Jim Gordan added two TD's with a 27-yard run and a 40-yard re- turn of an intercepted pass. The four other South Beloit scores were made on two passes and as many jaunts. And things could ihave been worse but four other touchdowns by South Beloit were called back by penalties. Closest Boylan could come to a score was On a pass to the Sobos 20. Aquin Loses Fumbles and a strong running attack by their opponents kept Aquin of Freeport out of the win- ner's circle for the second time That's the way it stayed untilthis year as the Bulldogs lost to Beloit Catholic, 34-7 on that team's the fourth quarter when the Hur- n field Saturday afternoon ricanes took to the air, scoring o ] " The loss evened Aqmn s an eight-yard pass fired by Bill l season Riley to Crowley. Peterson pro-record at two wins and two losses .vided the extra point again and that was it for the afternoon, al- though the Hoosiers. managed to march to the Marian two in the remaining minutes of play before losing the ball on a fumble. Three Losses, One Tie In other weekend grid tilts, Boylan Central Catholic of Rock- ford was crushed by South Beloit. 56-0. Aqnin Central Catholic of Freeport was routed by Beloit Catholic, 34-7, and Marmion Mili- tary academy bowed to Joliet Catholic, 6-0. The one remaining game saw St. Edward of Elgin battle to a tie at 6-all With Immaculate Con- ception of Elmhurst. The dead- lock, on the I.C. gridiron Satur- day, was only the second one this season among Catholic teams. Oddly enough, the first tie was also posted by the Green Wave College Presents 'Don Juan in Hell' LISLEc-George Bernard Shaw's sparkling and witty comedy, "Don Juan In Hell" opened St. Pro- copius College Productions' thir- teenth season on the college camp- us here Wednesday. Remaining )erformances will be staged for the public on Saturday and Sun- day, October 14 and 15, at 8 p.m. I I PAINT & WALLPAPER 1020 West State, Rockford Screens and Windows Made or Repaired in our own shop. Free Customer Parking Glass--Hardware and Lawn Needs WO 3-0267 while the Wisconsin team is now 3-2 for the season. Halfback Dick Terrones led the Crusader attack, scoring three touchdowns in the n~n-conference game. The swift 155 - pounder scored on runs of 40, 45 and 59 yards. The other two Beloit TD's were made on a dash from the three by the Crusader quarter- back in the first period and on an 61-yard pass and run play in the closing seconds of the game. One Of Those Games Aquin's only score came on pass and run play that covered 68 yards in the initial quarter. THE OBSERVER $ Bureatt of Education lioce e of ockfori @ ED REYNOLD'S FOREST CITY Rockford WO 8-6101--WO 5-9673 24 Hour Service Home Oxygen Therapy Experienced, Considerate Attendants L This is to Certify that has complied with t'he certification requirements of the Bureau of Education of the Diocese of Rockford and is hereby granted this Rockford Diocesan Elementary School Certificate valid for teaching in ang of the Diocesan Schools. Date~~~~L~ ~ -" Director of Education The Marmion-Joliet Catholic N. B. A Provisional Certificate varsity tilt Friday at Joliet was " valid for one year only. "just one of those games" when statistics didn't point to the win. ?E: " ~ net. As a result the Cadek ~ dropped their Suburban Catholi, conference opener to the Hilltop FIR8 TEACHING CERTIFICATE granted by the Bureau of Education of the diocese of pers, 6-0. Rockford was recently sent to Mrs. Nancy Jutzi of West Dundee. Mrs. Jutzi, who is presently The one score in the see-saw teaching atSt. Catherine of Sienna school in Dundee, received her bachelor of science degree battle 'came in the last two man- in education from St. Mary-of-the-Woods college. She majored and minored in elementary educa, utes Of the first half when Hill- tion. Regular certificates are granted to teachers who have graduated from college, during which topper quarterback Jim Baranow- time they took a minimum of sixteen hours in education. Provisional certificates are for those Ski passed 30-yards to Jim Marl- who have completed at least two years of college. chak who scooted 10 more yards,Coil FOR H ~OL for the touchdown. = SENIORS The loss was the second inn .or s ege s,o sc.o row for the Cadets who started off the season with two victories TO Gr~ r~ t against Reavis of Oaklawn and Fenton. Scholarshi Games This Week Games this weekend will be split with three teams playing to- day, the other three Saturday. In games today, Boylan goes against Genoa-Kingston at Genoa at 8 p.m.; Newman plays Amboy at Sterling; and Marmion enter- tain~ Notre Dame of Niles in a homecoming contest. Saturday finds Marian, out to keep their record clean, battling St. Francis at Wheaten in the afternoon and St. Edward at St. Procopius, also in the afternoon, while Aquin goes against confer- ence-leading Stockton at Free- port. I I I I 11~ $ Jl I1~ ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS DUBUQUE, Ia. -- Thirty-five scholarships to Loras College will be open to high school seniors taking part in competitive exami- nations Nov. 9, 1961 and Feb. 24, 1962, according to the Rev. C. W. Friedman, Loras dean of studies. The scholarships amount to more than $10,000. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the American College Testing program and the College Entrance Examination Board and are to be used in the 1962-1963 school year. Iowa Residents Students who are residents of h, wa and plan to apply for the Loras scholarships will send their ACT program registration form to Iowa City prior to the date of the examination and their scholarship application form to the Admis- sions Office at Loras before March 15. On the day of the actual examination, the student must indicate that the results are to be forwarded to Loras. Other Students In other states, the student will send the program registration form to their co-ordinator who will direct the student to the nearest testing center. Those de- siring to take the College Entrance Exam must do so before February 15 and direct the results to be sent to Loras. nounced shortly after March 15, 1962. Complete details are available a cowboy contest. For each 100% in recognizing letters of the alpha- bet, numbers and colors they were allowed to paste stars on their cowboy boots and hats. Happy winners were Donna Hopkins, Christine Valencia and Sheryl Menke. Mr. Horton, special friend and generous benefactor to 40 of our little boys has been transferred to Detroit. The youngsters will miss his frequent visits and thoughtful treats. Our older boys are looking for- ward to Wednesday's bus ride to Evansville, Wis and their foot- ball game against the boys at Weller military school. Mr. Bill Shoemaker who worked here for several years is now on the fac- ulty at Weller school. e, BALTIMORE, Md. -- The Jo. sephite Fathers have announced this week that they are sponsor- ing an essay contest for seniors in Catholic high Schools through- out the country.- Essay topic is: "What Is Rac- ism Doing to the Catholic Church in the United States?" Awards consist of five $1,000 scholarships with one winner for each of five geographical areas and 20 Remington Standard type- writers to each of the non-win- ning finalists. PAGE9 ica DURBAN, South Africa, (NC)-- The Archbishop of Durban has listed two conditions justifying di- rect intervention in politics by churchmen. These conditions, according to Archbishop Denis Hurley, O.M.I are (1) if such intervention is nec- essary for the moral or physical well being of the community and (2) if it is likely to do more good than harm. "I would hesitate about apply- ing the principle to the present political situation in South Africa,' he said. "I think it preferable for church- men to exert their influence in the field of moral teaching with- out applications that are too di- rect to the political parties. These applications are better left to the laity." The occasion for Archbishop Hurley's comments was a press controversy over advice given by an Anglican clergyman to his parishioners that they support the Progressive party in the October 18 general elections Nationalists Ahead The strictly segregationist Na- tional party of Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd is general,ly ex- pected to win the elections. Catholics have been left free to ~vote according to their preference although the Bishops of South Africa have several times called for gradual desegregation of the country. Catholics comprise only FREEPORT--The Feast of St. Francis of Assissi, Oct. 4, is the Patronal Feast of our Sisters. The day was observed with special solemnity as Father offered his morning Mass for the Sisters, and one and all joined prayerfully in appreciation of their dedicated work among us. A day such as this holds a real significance if we stop to think about it. Since 1896 hundreds of devoted women be- longing to the Franciscan Sisters have come from their Mother- house in Joliet to care for home- less and neglected children of our diocese. In this span of over 60 years nearly 30 thousand boys and girls have benefited physically, spiritually, intellectually and mor- ally from their self sacrificing labors and exemplary lives. Dur- ing the past 30 years their field of labor has also included caring for the aged in St. Joseph home. Here too, their charity has touched the lives of several thousand. We know that one day, the Master Himself will commend them for their service, but on their Feast Day we find it easy to say, "Thanks and may God bless you." 4. They must be typewritten, 5.6 per cent of the total white double spaced, on 8~ by 11 white population, which controls th0 paper with references, quotations vote. and bibliography listed at the end Catholics Favor United Party of the essay. The first page should Most enfranchised Catholics are include only the topic and the expected to vote. for the United school code number with neither party, the party of the late Gen- the name of the author nor the oral Jan Christian Smuts. name of the school appearing any- This party has traditionally had where in the essay, the support of English speaking Criteria For JudgingSouth Africans to which group 5. School entries must be post- most white Catholics belong. The United party still presents the marked not later than midnight, largest opposition to the govern- Dec. 7. ing Nationalists. 6. All essays will become the The United party supports seg- Opens Nov. 1 property of the Josephite Mission- rogation but would administer it Students in the Rockford dio- aries, more mildly. The policies of the cese are considered to be in areaI Criteria for judging the entries Progressive and Liberal parties IV which includes the state Of lwil1 be: vision of subject, devel-lconform closely in many respects Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Miehigan lopment of problem, adaptation of Ito principles of racial justice laid and Wisconsin. [material, sentence structure, down by the Catholic Bishops. The contest officially opensj N v" 1' h wever' sch ls must in" ~::] dicate their intention to partici- The beautiful autumn weather during the past week occasioned a picnic in Krape park for the chil- dren in our nursery school (age 2 to 4) and a bus ride to Monroe Was for our kindergarten boys and girls (age 4 to 6). The first and second graders were busy in their classroom with Inc. 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The October meeting of St. Van-Italy, with tribes from five Eu- cent Fraternity of the 3rd Order ropean countries attending. of St. Francis scheduled for Sun- -- day, Oct. 15 his been canceled. First organized festival of Catho- lic gypsies was held recentiy in McHenry Sister Participating In Conferences CHICAGO -- Sister Mary Lu- calla, R.S.M primary teacher at St Patrick school in McHenry is travelling twice-monthly this se- mester to St. Xavier college here to participate in a series of con- ferences on elementary school teaching of modern mathematics and science. Conferences take place every other Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The concluding sessmn, February 10, will be open to the public. 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