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PAGE 8 CLIMAX TO BE FRIDAY I an ROCKFORD--St. Thomas and the sermon which will be pointed Muldoon high schools will observe toward an emphasis on youth's re- National Catholic Youth week with sponsibilities to himself, to his a series of talks, films, and spirt-U family and neighbors, and to his tual exercises, climaxed, Friday,1 God. Nov. 3, with exposition of the[ Muidoon Plans Blessed Sacrament at St. ThomasI The week's extensive activities and a student assembly at Mul- will close at 2 p.m Friday, with doon. At St. Thomas the entire stu- dent body, led by class officers over the public address system, will recite the Rosary during the course of each day. Announce- ments will also feature pertinent observations by the Roy. Wayne Klinger, O.S.A director of stu- dies. reposition of the Blessed Sacra- ment by the Rev. Robert Wisniew- ski, O.S.A. At Muldoon, the week will be observed Monday, Tuesday and Thursday with explanations over the public address system of the importance of the development of moral, intellectual and civic lead- ership. The talks will be presented Climax of Week by Mary Ann Hickey, Ellen Heft- In addition, special films by the i ran and Nancy Van Laanen. Rev. Joseph Coyne, O.S.A.; ofI Friday, Nov. 3, will open in the Tulsa, 0kla dealing with Au-lmorning with the Holy Sacrifice gustinian history, vocational de-lot the Mass for the youth of the velopment and missionary esta-lworld and will close with a stu- blishments, as well as regular in- dent assembly in the afternoon. spirational films, will be shown. ) The assembly will be Under the Friday the observance will be chairmanship of Frances Shorn- climaxed by exposition of the ler, who will open the program by Blessed Sacrament after the reci- explaining that all well-trained tation of the Rosary and Litany in the chapel at 8:30 a.m. and by offering of the Mass for the youth of the world at 11 a.m with the Rev. Dominic Caniglia, O.S.A celebrant Father Caniglia will also preach Four from Diocese Enroll at St. Joseph College in Indiana RENSSELAR, Ind. -- Four stu- dents from the diocese of Rock- ford were among the 392 freshmen enrolling at St. Joseph College here for the 1961-62 school year. They were: Kenneth P. Koppers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Koppers, and Richard L. O'Con- nel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. O'Connell, botl~ of Elgin; Charles F. Hillebrand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Hillebrand of Rockford; and Jerome L. Schmidt son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Schmidt of Sandwich. MARMION Military Academy Military training, com- bined with sound Cath- olic education, builds men. Accredited 4-year H.S. (co([ege prep only). New 200-acre campus. Small classes Under Ben. edictine Fathers. Sports for all. 29th yr. Catalog. Reverend Headmaster 118 Butterfield Rd. AURORA, ILLINOIS (1 hr. from Chicago) TWin Oaks 7-6936 Catholic youth must aim at meet- ing their responsibilities to them- selves as individuals, to their families and to their communities: Effective Leadership This introduction will be fol- lowed by an explanation of the qualities which effective leader- ship must possess in the years ahead. Sue Collins will point out the necessity of a devoted but prudent approach; Kay Van Aus- dall will explain that such leader- ship must be militant yet patient, and Mary Larson will develop an appreciation of the necessity for creative, intelligent leadership which will be able to meet the completely new situations which are bound to arise by applying properly the ageless principles of our faith. Closing Thought The program will close with a reminder by Jacqueline Buter- baugh that a prayerful attitude is needed which realizes that all ef- fort will be worthless if it does not recognize man's dependence on God by humbly seeking his~ help and by being willing to ac- cept the counsel and direction of~ those whom He has appointed to this work. Arrangements for bulletin board displays are also being made un- der the direction of Joyce Mul- I downey, chairman of publicity for ~the art department. ! 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Qualify for State Examinations b~" studying: Real Estate Principles and Practice Real Estate Law Real Estate Finance Real Estate Appraisal Real Estate Courses approved by the Department of Registration and Education CLASS NOW FORMING Telephone WO 4-945g or return coupon for in- formation. Office open dailv 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. in- cluding Saturday. Also Tuesday and Thursday Until 9 P. M. immummummmmiMmUllmmmm~mlmmmmmm Yest. I am interested in your Real Estate Course. Will you send me Bulletin A. Name Phone Street City State Real Estate Course Offered by Rockford School of Business 319 West Jefferson Street THE OBSERVER : ,; ilil! ilbl ,!!li,: :i!;: ,i~ i:!:-~,~ ~ -ii~,~,:~ ,~ ~iii~:,i: ~i,~;;: :!,j;'ii: PLAN DAY OF RECOLLECTION--Officers of Mt. St. Mary academy alumnae association are shown completing plans for the day of recollection to be held at the mount Saturday, Oct. 28. (Seated, I. to r.) Camille Spong, president; and Rosemary Straml, second vice president; and (standing). Irene Chaplis, treasurer; Sharon Tuytschaevers and Rosemary Heisten, corresponding secretaries. ii }ear Doris: Our thanks to readers Julia I have just fiuished reading Sullivan and Emma S. Markell Campus Chatter. It told about a who suggested the following places Catholic high school beating the school that I go to. We played them a week before this game and I as a Catholic was never so em- barrassed. The kids from my town were cussed at and booed. I have never seen such an' exhibition! What should I tell the kids I go to school With? It would have been different if it was just a few but it was practically the whole school. Judi Catholic schools are filled with young Americans who-attendfor the excellence of the courses, the superior and devoted teachers and the very real Catholic training and philosophy. These things can hardly be judged at a ball game. In the competi. tion of a close and exciting game aren't cheers and boos Doris Peters taken for grant- ed? However, if the sportsmanship and behavior of the school was as bad as your letter indicated the faculty noticed it too. Disciplinary action would be taken, if neces- sary, to prevent such an "exhibi- tion" from happening again. You are not expected, Judi, to defend everything another Cath- olic or Catholic school does. We are all human, with strengths and weaknesses. Your public school friends realize this, so there's no need for being embarrassed. to send broken rosaries, statues, etc. The Family Rosary, 773 Madi- son Avenue, Albany 8, New York, will appreciate your rosaries as they are trying to collect one mil- lion rosaries for the people of South America. Dear Doris: I graduated from high school in June and I'm seriously consider- ing becoming a nun. I have sever- al birthmarks on my face and as far as I can remember I've never seen a nun with moles on her face. Do you think this would hinder me from becoming a nun? These birthmarks have been the cause of my inferiority complex. Nuns have such wonderful per- sonalities and I have far from that. Neither a birthmark nor an in- feriority complex will. keep you out of the convent, if that is where you belong. But the latter could become quite a burden in any state in life. Why not get rid of it? FIRST TALK TO A PRIEST concerning your vocation. If you don't know one go to your pastor. He wilt advise you or recommend another priest. You need spiritual direction to help you determine if you really have a vocation. NO MATTER WHAT YOU DE- CIDE it is useless to feel inferior ust because of a couple of moles. See you~ family doctor and in- quire if they can be removed. If not, take heart. There are few flawless beauties. Almost every- one has some physical imperfec tion and the most attractive peo- ple are those who have develop- ed such a pleasant personality that it completely overshadows their defects. Try to remember that God creat- ed you in His own image and likeness. Concentrate on your as- sets, both physical and spiritual, There is nothing more pleasing than a smile, more engaging than a happy'laugh. Both are a cinch to cultivate; both an asset in the convent. m Dear Doris: I am embarrassingly shy. My friends call me a square because of it. I am mostly shy when I am around boys. How can I overcomq it? Too Sh Begin by forgetting all about yourself and. how you look, what you are wearing or what you are going to say. Think of the other person and what he is saying or doing. Boys sometimes are more shy than you. In fact everyone is shy at some time or other but some manage to hide it better than others. DON'T TRY TO TALK TOO MUCH--listen. And listen some more. A girl who is a good audi- once is easy to be with and boys appreciate this. When you are out with the gang or about to meet a new person stand up straight, hold your head up and smile. It is amazing just what looking poised will do for you. 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" finds most of the teams going lem at Harlem Thursday after- three remaining varsity 11's went To make'matters even worse, into the first of their final two noon, sporting a 2-4 record. Re- down to defeat in important con- . h,~,~ ~,~,~ igames for the season pits New- sults of that game will be consid- tests, me nlgn-hj-,g nuvric ~ w~r~ ' k fflman against Jruimn Frioay atiered part of Sis weekend's play When the dust of battle cleared, smnneu on me openmg mc o ISterling; puts Aquin at Galena and will he carried in the next call- the scoreboard showed: Marian when Tom Brady streaked 79-and Marian at Mundelein, Satur- tion of this column. losing the first of six starts to yards into the Marian end zone. snap an undefeated string of vic- Then Marian shocked their sup- LEGION OF DECENCY LIST tortes, and in a homecoming con- test no less; St. Edward being dumped before another homecom- ing crowd, 20-0; and Aquin being tripped up by one point, a loss that may cost the Bulldogs their second straight Stephensoa Con- ference title. Newman On Top On the brighter side~ however, Newman won its fifth in a row to 'tighten its hold on the Illowa !championship, while Marmion mangled St. Procopius to move dn- to fourth place in the Suburban Catholic conference. In the Comet contest Friday, the Newmanites had their hands full with an inspired Savanna 11 at Savanna hut emerged the victors in a 13-0 battle. The Comet TDs were scored in the third and fourth periods on pass plays from John Ybarra to Jim Allen and from Mike Hermes to Mike King. Savanna played good ball, put- ting together several long march- es including one which covered 71 yards and put the Indians on the Newman three, but was unable to I score. Marmion Wins The win gives the Comets a, 5-0 record for the conference and a 5-1 record in season play. In the one other weekend vic- tory, Marmion rolled over St. Procopius, 26-6, on the Cadet field Friday evening, giving the Aurora gridders their first win in Suburban play and their third victory in six season starts. The Cadet scores came in the first, second and fourth quarters while the Redwings caught their marker in the third. Scoring for the Cadetmep were Larry Ward, taking credit for two: Hollmier on a pass from Jim Gleason; and Gleason on a short run. A glow of satisfaction was added to the Cadet win by the presence of the gridders' fathers who were recognized for the evening's pro- gram of "Dad's Night." Mighty Marian Falls The biggest upset of "Heart- porters by fumbling on the first play from scrimmage and five plays later Beloit had scored again. St. Edward Bows In another homecoming contest St. Edward bowed to Joliet Catho- lic, 20-0, Sunday. Factors con- tributing to the loss were five fumbles and two interceptions plus the sidelining of Truemen quarter- back John McGee in the second period. In all, Joliet's offense piled up 311 yards, picking up 87 on passes, while the Green Wave from Elgin gained only 114 yards. Aquin Trips In the final heartbreaker of the weekend the Aquin Bulldogs of Freeport Saturday lost a hard- fought contest by one point being tripped up by Warren on that team's gridiron, 20-19. The loss dropped Aquin out of a three-way deadlock for first place, leaving them in third place behind rival Stockton, in second, and Warren, now in sole posses- sion of the league lead with a 4-1 record. ~' In season play, the Bulldogs hold a 3-3 record, while in league competition they carry a 3-2 mark. The Aquin scores came in the second, third and final periods but their try for the game-tieing extra point in the fourth quarter was stopped. To add insult to in- jury, the Bulldogs led in the statis- tics department, attempting 70 plays to Warren's 56, with 15 first downs as compared to 8. They , NEWS EVERY NIGHT AT 10 Only A Bank Can Serve Your Full Financial Needs THE STATE BANK OF WOODSTOCK & Eckert Continuous Bank!ng Since 1889 Member F.D.I.C. FEderal 8-0158 Woodstock, III. Where you can save up to $500 on a New or Used Car. "Where Cars are Sold at a Savings and Serviced to Satisfaction." FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON THUNDERBIRD Ill 237 Throop St. FE 8.2440 I I ] Woodstock, 111. J Quality with Equipment Workmanship by Experionco ANNUAL REPORTS and FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OUR SPECIALTY "We Print Everything But Dollar Bills" ~" 206 North Main -- Galena, Illinois -- Phone No. 101 OF At, Dubuque, !a.--608 Main St. Clinton, la.--222 6th Ave, S. Rockford--105 North Main St. Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. Coren'Optometrlst Rockford--Rockford Plaza Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. Parto[I--Optometrist Aurora--6 N. 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The Guns of Navarone Secret of Monte Cris- Ben-Hut Hand in Hand to Bernadette of Honeymoon Machine,Serengett Shall Not Lourdes The Die Beyond the Time Bar- I Was a Parish Priest Sergeant Was A Lady tier Invasion Quartet Seven Wonders of the Big Gamble, The Judgment at Nurem-World Black Tights berg Silent Call Boy Who Caught A Lad, A Dog Snake Woman Crook (was Boy Ladies Man Snow White and the Who Found $I00,- Lest Dawn Three Stooges 000) Left, Right and Cen- Sword and the Drag- Capture That Cap- ter on sule Little Shepherd ofTammy Tell Me True Cimaron Kingdom Come Teacher and the CinderfeIIa Man Who Wagged HisMiracle Cinerama Holiday Tail, The David and Goliath Mask, The Days of Thrills and Master of the World Laughter Mighty Crusaders Dead to the World Misty Dentist in The Modern Times Chair,A Mysterious Island Desert Attack Nikki, Wild Dog of Dondi the North Everything's Ducky Pie Rex Fabulous World of One Hundred and One Jules Verne Dalmatians Fidelio On the Double Five Guns to Tomb- Operation Camel stone Parent Trap, The Flaming Star Passport to China Flight That Disap- Pope peared, The Police Dog Story, The Flute and the Arrow Pied Piper of Hame- Forever My Love lin Francis of AssisI Pirates of Tortuga Teenage Millionaire Ten Who Dared There Was a Crooked Man Thief of Bagdad. The" Three Worlds of Gul- liver Tomboy and the Champ Town Like Alice Trouble in the Sky Valley of the Dragons Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Watch Your Stern When The Clock Strikes Wings of Chance Wizard of Baghdad You Have To Run Fast A-II -- MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS Atlantis, The Lost Great Impostor, The Secret of the Purple Continent Hand, The Reef Ballad of a Soldier Battle at Bloody Home Is the Hero Secret Partners Beach Homicidal Secret Ways Beware of Children Hoodlum Priest Seven W~ys from Black Sunday Journey to the Lost Sundown Blue Hawaii City Shadow of the Cat, Blueprint for Robbery Konga The Brainwashed Last Time I Saw At- Sniper's Ridge Bridge, The chie Song Without End Bridge to the Sun Long Rope, The S.O.S. Pacific Canadians, The Magnificent Seven Stalag 17 Cat Burglar Man in the Moon Steel Claw Counterplot Man Who Died TwiceSundowners COW and I, The Mein Kampf Tess of the Storm Deadly Companions Naked Edge Country DevU At 4 O'Clock Operation Bottleneck Time Bomb Dr. Blood's Coffin Pay or Die Tormented, The Fanny Pit and the Pendulum Trunk Ferry to Hang Kong Pleasure of His Cam- Twenty Plus Two Fiercest Heart pany Two Rode Together Frantic Possee from Hell Two Way Stretch General Della Rovere Raisin in the Sun, A Walk Like a Dragon Gidget Goes Hawai- Risk, The Walking Target tan Rommel's Treasure Weekend With Lulu Gold of the Seven Sardonicus White Warrior Saints Scream of Fear World of Apu Goliath and the Drag- Secret of the DeepYoung Doctors, The on Harbor Young Savages A-Ill -- MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS Ada Facts of Life Malaga All io A Night's Work Fate of a Man Murder, Inc. All the Fine Young Fast and Sexy Music Box Kid Cannibals Fever in the Blood, A Ninth Circle, The Anatomy of a Syndi- Five Golden Hours North to Alaska cate Four Fast Guns Nun and the Sergeant (was Big Operator) #,00 Blows One-Eyed Jacks Angel Wore Red French Mistress One Plus One Angry Silence, The Girl With A Suitcase Operation Eichmann Anna's Sin Goliath and the Bar- Our Man in Havana Apartment, The battens,Plunderers, the Armored Command Grass Is Greener Roman Spring of Mrs. Back to the Wall Great War, The Stone. The Best of Everything Holler in Pink Tights Return to Peyton Big Deal on Madonna Hell is a City Place Street Heroes Die Young Ring of Fire Black Orpheus House of Intrigue Rocco and His Blast of Silence Hustler, The Brothers Breakfast at Tiffany's Hypnotic Eye Season of Passion By Love Possessed Idiot Senechal, The Meg Captaio's Table Ikiru (Jap.) nificent Career I'm All Right JackSins of Rachel Cade Cash McCall Inherit the Wind Spartacus Chance Meeting I Passed For WhiteStop Me Before I Kill Claudette Inglish Jayhawkers " Summer and SmOke College Confidential Key Witness Susan Slade Come September ,Kin~ of the RoaringThree on a Spree Couch, The 20's thunder of Drums Cover Girl Killer (was Big Bankroll) Town Without Pity Cranes are Flying League of GentlemenTunes of Glory Crimson Kimono Let .No Man Write My Two Women Crowded Sky E~itaph Unfalthfuls, The Dark at the Top of Loss of Innocence Virgin Spring (Swed- the Stairs (was Greengage ish) End of Innocence Summer) West Side Story Eve Wants to Sleep Magician Wolf Larsen Exodus Make Mine Mink Young One B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR All Angel Baby House of Fright (was Two Faces of Dr, Back Street Jekyll) Big Show, The Jazz Boat Bimho the Great Joker, The Blood and Roses Last Sunset Leda Breath of Scandal Let's Make "Love Butterfield 8 Lisette Can-Can Look in Any Window Carry On, Nurse Love and the French- Carthage In Flames woman Cry for Happy Love in a Goldfish Desire In the Dust Bowl Elmer Gantry Mad Dog Call Entertainer, The Man-Trap Esther and the King Mania Explosive Generation Matter of Morals Foxhole io Cairo Marines, Let's Go Girl In Room 13 Marriage-Go.Round G. I. Blues Mary Had A Little Go Naked In the MUlionairess World Minotaur - Goodbye Again Misfits, The Head, The Morgan the Pirate Hell to Eternity Most Dangerous Man Her Bridal Night Alive (was The Bride Is Paris Blues Much Too Beautl- Parrish ful) Peeping Tom Herod, The Great Pharaoh's Woman HIroshima, Mort A- Portrait of a Mobster mour Portrait of a Sinner C -- CONDEMNED Adorable Creatures Love Game (French) (French) Love is My Profes- And God Created sign - Woman (French) Loves, The (Fr.) Baby Doll Bed of Grass (Greek) Lover's Return Bed, The (French) (French) Privates Live of Adam and Eve Proper Time Psycho Purple Noon Rat Race Revolt of the Slaves Right Approach. The Sanctuary Sex Kittens Go to College Shakedown Sons and Lovers Splendor in the Grass Squad Car Terror of the Tongs Thunder In Carolina Too Late Blues Two Loves 20,000 Eyes Underworld, U.S,A. Vice Raid Warrior Empress. The 'Where the Boys Are Wild in the Country Wonders fo Aladdin . World by Night World of Suzy Wong Young Helions (was High School Con- fidential) Oscar Wilde Passionate Summer Please, Mr. Balzac (FrO Port of Desire Pot Bouille (Lovers Breathless MademoiselleGo- of Paris) Fr. Cold Wind in August, bette Private Property- MademoiselleStrip-Question of Adultery Come Dance With Me tease (French) Rosanna (French) Magdalena Saturday Night and, Desperate Women, Maid in Paris (Fr,)Sunday Morning The Marie du Port (Ft.) Savage Eye Expresso Bongo' Mating Urge Sins of the Borgias Green Carnation (was Miller's Beautiful (French) Trialsof Oscar Wife Sins of Mona Kent Wilde) Miss Julia (Swed.Smiles of a Summer Heroes and Sinners ish) Night (Swedish) Husband for Anna, A Mitsou (Fr.) Snow Was Black I Am a Camera Morn and Dad Stella (Greek) Illicit Interlude Moon Is Blue, The Third Sex (Swedish) Naked Night, The Trials of Oscar Wilde Karamoia (Swedish) Truth, The Lady Chatterley's Nana (Fr) Wasted Lives nnd the Lover Never On Sunday Births of Twins Llano,Jungle God- Night Heaven Fell Woman of Rome dess (Fr.) (Ital.) SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION (A separate: Classification is given to certain films which, while not morally offensive, require some analysis and explanation as o protection to the uninformed against wrong interpretations and false conclusions.) Martin Luther Case ot Dr Laurent Suddenly Last Sum- Storm Center Girl of the Nightmer Anatomy ot MurderCrowning Experience Circle at Deception La Dolce Vita Never Take Candy Adam and Eve King of Kings From A Stranger