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FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 E OS : I Papal De!egate J M=,i=-Ni iwm n. w, Ii Dedicate ", ". i: ' i i~ i 1L kJ r l[ I I "a-- aT Lords Drop: .o 0.- Finale,l'= ,' Col o t i l/ /|ljJ Servm McHenr Count'l the wor dof Chri tSSmce 19 mearnauon o " ' --ii and despalr confront-H/ ll DUBUQ,UgamE, vagnozzl,I wa. ~ .-- TheApostolio~Moslt| e An analysis of the effects on l ary on many of the forces of Rev E-i " ' " Y " i " "L " " R wiil bel,~n,:travedSin afo~--a-~ humanz ,'" Delegate to the United States, will - BY ROBERT A WIL ~sm~ score woula inaicate OCK ~alls rv 4 "r in g modern man. Works of Ber "All's well that ends well" is[gained 158 yards on 36 .carries Chrzstmas Sea~n.TV s~ms s.pon: trand Russell, T. S. Eliot, Sartre, officmte at the dedicahon of Beck- an oft-quoted phrase used to[and Newman 80 on 44 carries. The aorta .oy.me t~auonat uouncu o~ Marx, Freud, Thomas A. Dooley man hall on the campus of Loras cheer those who have suffered Comets completed three of seven ~ataoac lvien. The programs wm Fry Becket Picasso Tillich Mel: colle~,e Sun~a- D~o In ~ nva;.a much in their march to ultimate pass attempts for 26 yards" Rock be telecast by CBSon "Look Up to'n'.' Guardini Pins XII and oth - . -- -:-,a - - -~ " and Live" Sn-,~avs n,~e .~ in, " to an announcement Dy COllege victory. But what do you say oI ~aus none oi five tries mr no . ers will oe consinered to snow me the victorious who lose their final [gain. Newman had 11 first 17 and 31, at 10:30-11 a.m EST. wide range of eontemporar; ofhcmls. game? Whatever the phrase used, [downs to Rock Falls 8. Each progt'am will examine a faiths,Archbishop Vagnozzi will eele- it applies not only to one but two [- In the Marian-Wahlert contest, highpoint of one historic age. "Look Up and Live' is telecast brate a Solemn Pontifical Mass of the six diocesan grid squads--tthe Woodstock Hurricanes were From the art, literature, and in some areas on a delayed basis in the chapel of Christ the Kifl~ Marian. and. Newman. . . forced to play with five regular thought, a composite image of Viewers should consult their local' at 10 a.m. to begin the day's Both mighty lls, sporting ]m-[linemen gone most of the game, ILLOWA CHAMPIONS--Despite two losses for the season, in end row) B. Hoeffler, manager; T. Finnigan, B. Regan, D. Drew, the man of the period will be newspapers for date and time activities pressive victory records for the Jbut despite this handicap and a their first and again in their last games, the Newman Comets J. Friel, P. Propheter, D. Ikonen J. Phalen, P. McDonnell, P. constructed and analyzed to de- ~ season, fell ~victims to opponentsijolting first half, the Marianites of Sterling held undisputed claim to the lllowa championship, Paone, D. Wells, and M. Farrell, manager; and (third row) termine the degree and style of C[~.~CI~III'tA AAIIPtlP~'I~';II~II in end-of-the season contests, and/came back to score twice, cinching the title with a tie after a string of six wins. MemGers Assistant Coach B. Kennedy, M. Nicklaus, T. Guccione, M. his Christian orientation. ~l~l~l|l~A /'~L%A ~llI~II l~ I~y fell hard / The first Marian TD came on a and coaches of the varsity squad sharing honors are- (first row) Macklovsky, B McDonnell, E Harms, T Hermes, M King, Part I "Greek Echoes" Dec ~~ * " " * " ~ ~ ~I'AMtJ~ Ior oeglnYlers an(] acIvancetl IF Newman Defeat [oass from Pur;~ev to Steve Sex- J. Allen, J. Grennan, L. Skala, J. Ribordy, J. Kobbeman, J. J. Kiefer, J. Bybee, and Head Coach Ed Scheek.--(Vhoto by 3 will Present and analvze the collectors. Low low prices--Mint orll ,~,-- 1 The Newman Comets after ca " " Ybarra, M Hermes, B McCue, M Dawson and J Treacy, (sec Eshleman) ' - - used. Send self addressed envelope t,P']ton. The second was chalked up " " Age of Pericles in the Athenian for information. No approvals. Foxl~ moclern ualry I turing the Illowa crown, dropped ~by Ed Crowley, who set up the -- democracy of the fifth century sVall~arS,tam~llService' PO BOX 391, ti COMPANY [NC I their final battle, 23-0, to the]marker with a 45-yard pass to ~ ,~ ~%' ~ before Christ. Presentation of the . ' " | Rock Falls Rockets, while Marian, |sophomore Pete Parker. J[l~lI~,~ ~ |~~ ~Jll,',{~'~B~lb [ ]~J%mmll {~' architecture, sculpture, political AND ROOM PROVIDED. ~'OOKm611 F,ne Dairy Products I carrying a 6-2 mark, was downed/ Con-ratulations ~' IIV~;~l[~ill I ~t[~!~ ~1~ i, |~V|,~'~| |~ theory, drama, and philosophy of ~NDELmHT ~Ot~S~WO~. ST.I[ D|O *H,~*-~ ~ u ] by Wahlert of Dubuque, Ia. 27-/ .~ - -. " " ~ ~ Phidias Pericles Eurir~des and PERWLLE ~LmNOIS ~ELE:I| " -, | '. ~oacn Tom t-arsiey iel~ UIaL,r"- ON ' ' f . . - . . PH E EL 5-10Sl. 1~, and by Notre Dame o Nfles,~des~ite the loss his team made By ROBERT A. WILLEMS ]contest ]s a tribute to a green iS-foot jump shot from the s~deI St. Thomas-Boylan played again Socrates will be used to portray ~[I I ~:;28 |a "ood showin" 'and said he liked Up it goes There's a scramble, ]Tommie team which was trounced by John Casciana as the gun Tuesday, this time facing Leaf the spirit of a Grecian Age which ram*~o m'~u un~ I I .in the Ro.ck Faus-Newman/~[,~,;~m, M~arinn', r~fu.~al ~ then, running feet, the pounding I soundly in the first three quarters sounded to end the game. The shotlRiver on that team's home court, prefigures the contemporary r~ew ~ ~/plan~anaOrgan~ /] VOHLKEN ] !!~gheiSht~aF:l!~Yrl~si~n~gelnbg~dhe~N!~l!~p:ii:o:r g~:ty pd:a!d.aftez--a dis !!~e~g:!:se::dn is ~:~ W~!egetr! d:td:h:l'~5oUllwdi gs:~:l!~mt!~ul~g~a~Tpmgi:~ihe::im:a!i :ii::i~IIY::ii:dM:2ev~nw T~e 5N;;::I 'ro Da,ry I ' The Hurricane defeat at the . . " "," ' " ~fi " " g - - who have played three games. ]sophs, 32-21. ed dogging Dumnd's heels./ Y s t seeing action so~tes from the lives of the artist- ~ g~'ni', w~, st~,~ s, / -~ TD season [or me alocesan grluuvr.~. Tribute" to Tommles l" were Marlan,' Marmlon" and New ~ ' "--"--"--'---"--"--"--'--. ' " r 1 the W nning Shot Aquln Posts Wins "sculptor Michelangelo and the Rockford in Aurora Catholic Sal- [" Stahs!!cs Close I~l~aVe~n~lard~ c~emn foot~:il an~ The Tommies, presenting the] The Aquin Bulldogs of Freeport Last weekend beth Aquin/man.but all three open their sea-statesman-saint Sir Thomas More ~.ge is located at 201 North Lake][ LOVES PARK | ~[a~s[lcall me ame o 1(1 not p y Y g final basketball team in school opened their season that weekend squads posted wins again, this~S n,this weekend toput the has- plus excerpts from the Spanish O:~n'~te lne a word $448 her/[ JEWELRY | ', em II " ---- appear as overwhelming as the we congratulate th a . history, oPened agmnst Wmne- [too going against a tough Durand time against St Thomas varsity/Ket au season m mu swing dramatist, Lope De Vega and the inch. Contracts, ~tA-inch,13 consecu- ~ li E[a;n--Hamilton Bulova W'qche~ ~. bago F.r!day, Nov. 17 and expert- [quintet. The game was nip and and Boylan, which is playing the [ ~ames Deln,g playeo m,s weeK-i Spanish artist, El Green, to illus- tiv%2~.~i.~ScoSnlrP:c~se~.lYc~; I~ ~o~a!l[ " Rotor|ca mg' g" 1 r 'l It" l J,ence told the story as St. Thomas/tuck all the way with the Bull- ~reliminar, -ames for St Thorn-/ena are as iOllOWS: i trate the radical contradictions secutive weeks: $3.78 weekly for ] [ Expert Watch & Clock Repairing | howe Indians 48 42 v ~ ~' Friday Marmmn opens ffsI a total of $49 14 5416 North Second Street NaTional ~.ounal neaules d to the " -. The}dogs never quite able to pull as. In that set, Aquin 'downed[ ' -- " . " of the Age when defenders of zt Pa~:s =roAdvert, se /i '.~ - close final score, however, failed |ahead until after the game was the Tommies 71-45 in the main ]season against bt. ~rane~s mi grace warred with defenders of ~! to tell he real,Wheatenat Aurora Newman .~ . t story. |over !contest and tripved uv Boylan in,; . . I Nature I Foe Service Call IW 2-3~71 J il I I= 0 4; T,I,;.; Actually the closeness of the/ This was made possible by aithepreliminary'35-33" ]goes into its Iirst cage tilt withI Part IV the Modern World I l-p, - Ill t'AgKbllJl= I ,u ' " Riverdale at Rfverdale" St Ed- '. ' FOOa MART lUUl tall / I VI }IUII,: I Dec. 31, will,present a document- I r c,-,c o Itl I -- /ward battles St. Patrick at Chi-i~ I r,~^, !;, n'~, OA~n*"u e/'% I|1 MEATS--GRORERIES--PRODUCE I ' flasketbatl Schedules cage-and Aquin plays at Galena Shop h Thl, Mo~t Mod,m NEW YORK (NC)--The Nation-.time, attempt to show the Catho- [ : " "]Catholic Universit'" [ ] ,:, v .:. : : 111 c [ pictures and the people are of twenty others. ~e~: l~ D~k~t~olt Catholic I l~Iaatii.Mar-e-i-&'-.St" Mel, Away [ 'ception, Home . " t, WORCESTER, Mass. (NC) --:1 A n t e of Madison, Ws Fr.l~|,--. ~ mr. :, 1. a I cn aq~--Regmnai "*ourney ! Sat Dee 16---Phillips rtome I rlOly Ureas COllege has announce~/~cnmnz attenoeo ~oras conege ll WELL DRILLING I FI z ,~, .L- ^, I XOrK ~IIy. J.ll~ [JI'U~I'UIII WIll LI~ ~ '~UIIL~U Feb, 20---At Orangevllle Wed." Dec." 27.--Crystal' Lake ~.".r g ,or ~ urrlce I - Feb 23--At Stockton* ] MARMION [ ;'"]tda" Tourne" ]plans for a long-range $20.4 mll-land Catholic umvers~ty and wast[ . Ii|,- | explaining,me mm oz lne[on most AB~-Tv stauons on uec. Feb: 2A.--nt Winnebago [ FrL, Dec. 1--St. Francis of [Fri nUjanY. ~.-St y Procopius, iiion buildina ann endowment/ordained in 1934 in NIilwaukee [[ ~" ~" r II| mcranana Uttlce I Curious Island,' NCCM Radio-TV[3 ~f 1 n m w~ Tt ; *---Stephenson Conference ] - . W heaton, Home [ 'Away " " [~. . ~ "~ ~[ " I I Autommi W.tor $,stems ill ,- . [ ~ -- r "~ " ~" "" "~ games / aat. uec. z--rnornton rracuon- / Sat Jan 6--McHenr, Home IIUnQ program /rle emerea me boc]ety o~ balnt[| " I][ ,'au,omem k.o m ~L~ecmr mcnara, o',waisasam:Jdelayed b~asis in ~me areas-. BOYLAN, ST:.THOMAS [ Fr! al'DeAeW.ays---Immaculate Con ] Frl:'. Jan'. 12--Jollet"Cathollc, / The Rev Raymond J Swords Sulpice in 1935 and has been a TR 9-1243 FURNITURE VF LING EQU PMENT rams:: ls:a Kraft or searcn ~lorT ~. ~: i -~a[ uec. z--~[ernng, nora= "q " " - ",Away - " . " '. - . 315 N. Prairie BATAVIA "q~ri"* i":*~"- tit" ~m ~, ~v^ t On l#ec. 10, the program will Frl Dec. &--S. Beloit, Away,- . ceptmn, ~way -- . - ~ Sat, Jan I3---Crystal Lake, [S.J college president, said the/member of the umvers]ty staff ll Ill 227 $0. Church Dial WO 3-0427 | v~il/.iO~ /4 t4X~ ~ t, v, Z"--U,~I~U~II ~UW . Sat Dee ~ycamore Awa~r ~al ,~ uec, ~.-.-~[, J~rancl~ iO~O "Home " . W(]rel3ouse--~uv~ Mous~ort Rockford# |Uil/IOI$" * v^~t- ~^. ~ ~ ~.~ ~]explore the huma~ mind from a Dec' 18-22 Franknn Center ] Sales of Chicago Home[ program will consist of seven[since 1939 r,ou,--,~ ,~, ]1 I ~.u ~, lla~U~U ~aU~U nmuumu ' "- Fr! D 1 rrl Jan, ltt-.-Marmlon, home ! ! U l.-. ,1 -1; - :, - ,~- r~ Tourney ee. S--Joliet Catholic[ ~,-, x~, 9a o a bmldm and modermzatlon re - As associate rofessor of sacred uau,uuu l.~t,~[.m~.~,*ve~, u*n u~.z, xG Awa ' ~ N,tr D me, g p ] p a~do ~i.v~:ngle~ m::Ymo freth:waPr~eerePle[t~e subject will be children and DeeTo2~n3e~-F rrest n HolldaF [ Dec. 2~-29--Batavla Holiday[ Sat AwjaYn 27 North Chlca-o ects cosUng an estimated $10.4[ theology, Fr. Schmitz has written ~[ | 2 : ::^ ,~. ~ ,~ ~]~'lscripttire - Tues. Jan. 9iBeloR Catholic, [ FriT~urn.e~ NotreDame Home / "home" -- ~' ]million and a $10 million endow-[four books on liturgy and cere-][ ,~, y . o~ ~ III Rockford Printinq I /~ ~[JIEltU/:tl lilt: Uli~lll I.llU~l~ WhO " ~~' .~way "' " ' Fri Feb 2--Immaculate Con- "- ]h,o ;. ,u w~ ,- ;^,~[ On Dec 24 ~"Directiono :~62" Frl Jan 12---Aquin, Away ] Fri, Jan. 12--.St. Procoplus, [ 'ce"tlon Awa, ment fund to provide for a h~ke momes He zs also a member of [ e~,Ll~nev ~yn4. I [ J | a": u ,;/'7 Yu':;U lwi11 b^ -n h"'-l'"" ati: Jan 13T= Ev a.n.ston: Home / Sat A aYn 13--Elmwood Park [Sat FVeb. 3--Dun'dee Home lin lay faculty salaries and to[the editorial board of the Catho-]l racy ,nu~,~ Ill """ I ,slana Will atmmp~ m orlng marl c a uu~.-,J,l~ ~.a*z*o~l*~a~ :sun. Jan zl---MiJWauKee ~on / '- / Fri Feb 9---St 'Procoplus, I / /I "'"'' """ Ill ,----I f' I " . . .~ ~w ^ ; p, t D^k^ * * r, BOSCO, Home / home,"home " " IDroanen me scnoiarsnip program. IlC encyciopeoia. /I III #~lJ[Jly %,*0, I Iact to light, anti, a~ me same l,~v~ oe~,o, ,~ uu~:t~ o. *~:an, Fr" Jan 26--S Belolt Home Frl Jan. 19---St. Edward, Away -~ ----- ~lada-ted from Paul H^r"^n'- - ~'' -" . . / Frl Jan 26--Immaculate Con [ Frl, Feb X~-JoUet Catholic I Member Federal Deposit Ill 2|4 - - - I ,I' P u ~a a zues. Jan a~.--l-ranK.n ~rove / " ." -- " / Home II [I Insurance Corporation III ~. state ~t. Rockford I :El ; |novella, "The Saintmaker's Christ. Tue2 n~%b 6--Burlington Cen / FrleepFtle ~' Catholic, [ ~:~" Fe%:b.3"-Ma~.~n~Aw~yc I| UlD[V Ttl rttttTDll n UlrrW I &lh|| IP ] 6'"'2~' Im "~V " r~" Awa " / 'home" / 2 r go r, HRIgA'/V r~--D~LL gl;;l 'lgl ll " ='- ,- - imas P;ve. FrL~ ~b.:~:Yyron, Away / Sat'~aleFse?'Awa~St" Francis de [ Wed AW~eYb 2&--District Tourney il '. /;I AnTUA ~D,~' [1Dill ~TIl*~ I]1 I lueg. l"eD 13"---uelolt CatholiC, -- -- :::i:ii:i~:ii+::~:i:i:!: ~L/IIM|I-~ 0 UIlUl] o/unL ! III H m. / *- otre O.m,], ,/I I : I SAT DEC. 2 //I III Ilenrv Llnflhgrtl I I an, a,A III Frl Feb 16---Harlem Home / Frl Feb. 16---St. Procoplus l| Ill I /-S~ ~i~::: ::~!~::i:i!:::: i: ::i!~!ii~iiii:~:~.::i~ / ][ Prescription "~pecial;st| Ill ---- I .~ I I I;I 17--st.' George, / 17--LakePark Away /I ]'he I/I NAVY vs. ARMY /]1,w. COPELAND. R.PH. I/I CARPET,--.0 I Frl Feb 23 North Boone, Frl Feb 23-.-St Edward Home ~ / FURNITURE I- HEADQUARTERS Ill - / s.t" oi: MaTm a I/I ] 12 1 P M //I T. ep on. I I I I Ill ~ ome MARIAN [ 'ford, Away /I M V M I/I I i! iii::;i: " " ' " Ill c t.k. [11 21 sOUrH MAIN STREET I L r ,-,I]1 SatDee 2~Round Lake Home 1 Frl march 2---St. George of /I of " IFI n :~:: ::~:~.:::::~:::~]t~:::::::*~;~:~:~::: I /]1 " Ill ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS I I ror y4 rears III Frl"Dec 8--Belolt C~tthollc,Evanston, Home /I I 1 I~@' !!;ii !::::%1'1 /1 11 | " 'home" ' NEWMAN :: SUN DEC. 3 t Itl ~ ~ satj Dee.~.-=North Boone, /Frl Dec. 1--Riverdale, Away /I SAVANNA I/I / , |' l~l lllUlllilPl~ ILl ~ Away [ Sat. Dec. 2--St. Thomas-Boylan, l1 - I/I,~ : ~i!:::iii~-/~| DrAD~,~ ng:TDt'llT /11 IgUN/4N ~, ~um.n III 1-/.MVll'3 I:LI:VAIUK 1 I I~lNINNIl~ll~W I[I sat Dec. 16---Huntley, Home / Away /I . . . Ill 1 ~' : : : : ~iii~ii: : ~ !:!i:~:~ii:| h,~ t~,~ v=. ~ ~ ~,v / I I[I / [ llllllhllllllhl~ Ill For A Fri Dec. 2~---St. Mel, Chicago, / Frl Dee. 8---Savanna, Home /I ~oor eonxfor every II1 |~i~ ::i~i~/~ ::~: : I I II " i~g~l~qPll| Jt I~V |r| Sale~ ~ ~r~|r,~ 1 Home Frl, Dec 15--Fulton Away " " :::::: :: : "': : U ~ ~ --w ualit 7 FmanoalSerwce [~i~i ~:: .~ o I IIIQuality ;rid-LOW COST Dee. 2-30---Maren,o Holidayn 22--Amboy, Away /I III : /]1 I/I William Lamp. / I" KImDall at N. Grove III n- e ;,~, Tourney / Dec. 26-29---Northwest Holiday /I I~.~"d I ~10 Ook Straet I I / I",III "'"P F'rl Jan. S---St. Francis ot / Tourney, Prophetstown /n MemberFDIC I/- -II -- Ill 3103 Wallin Rockford [ I; tc.nu III Call Rockford "Collect" Wheaton, Home / Fri Jan. 5---St. Mary, Home /I I/ . -.--.~ II OeKalb. Illinois lil m 0 u,e~ = n / I - III . Frl Jan. 12--Maryvllle of Des n Frl Jan. 12~DeWitt, Away |1 l! ~ -- -- m . ~. ~ I I " Itl ~mul wlcV ~'~g 1 ' III WOodland 5-2625 Plalnes, Home [ Sat Jan. 13--Sterling, Home /[ 229 Mai. St. Savanna, "L It lr-lv An Advnnt.ra In ~nnd Eeh.- I' '1, / ~mmm~ ~ Sat Jan: 13--Immaculate Con- [ Fri Jan. 19---Morrison, Home /I I!. IV J[ rlll i'l~gV~#'lllVl~l, III VVVWll ~ /~~~l~.q~ ceptlon of Elmhurst, AwaY,Fri Jan. 26--Riverdale, Home |i in. ~ ~, U. THE PIZZA KING " e,r. - CHAPIN Blaisdell Street I Try The Best III A.M. Gr ves' I[ ne z.ergreens ,- -R^. C,-DVir," MEAT MARKET I FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY ,/ . m~,~,~L p~L .~L~ .t. K~" Ke~n EAT. Kiln gA~r o~p rer I~~l~;q~ m,I ~ Complete Bank,ng Serv,ce I~I rnnTaR;vu I1~-~. Dundee. lllinois A. n~ ~[ , /~ .ru.~e.~,P~ r,-----P~ ~ ~,m,-,- |1111 Ill im.~rl~m--a I[ ~ " :~: i~ Uurana recatonica ~/I Wholesalo and Retail Moats I [ . [er Del~Cflll SH 1~432 ~] For Over 50 Years" Ill ~ ana~ I/ ~ Open at Noon Dai'y ~J~ i~ Phono 87 Phone, ~~;'"--'" Ro;~ord I ~-arry-uuts -- 2S8 National St Elgin l~/,~l~,/,qL1~l~ ~'~ ~" DI HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND KARMELKORN Ifll Ill I~ Enterta,nment l~~~ '~ai[~ HI, k1! III II ~t AIR CONDITIONED ~ ~ ~- i: 7 . THE ELIZABETH STATE BANK Ill I Cafe & Cocktail Lounge WM. L. HOWE I GET THE BEST i KI:IINIgK/ KII:AL I:D/A/I: GENERAL CONTRACTOR :,Ili I . ow I - - I : REGISTERED AGENCY ~ Member Federal Depost Insurance Cor Ill i Sylvia and Paul Peterson "~ i "Since '93O" I 5ealtest I I: "Se//or Buy, Reinert's Your Guy" P IllBuick Pont*, GMC Tr. k$ II. . I ---------'---- I / E|zabeth, I nous -- -- ~. ~ ~ ~ unto on z-n~o~ J,I unaen ~ : Cliff, J|m, Jack, Dave and Paul Re|nert ~ ' " II Sales and Service i i Two LOCATIONS ELGIN I ICE CREAM I I: ,s, d ,v o ,o s, .mo III Phone 4 I]I .~ MONROE, WIS. 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I'mronlze ,-o, ,El2 HIM lg REACH HIS GOAL I I tl FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON COAL and OIL . : "" /J THUNDERBIRD . tlS S 18 South $ r,n Stree g I,K,mball Street Our Adver er p" g t Elgnn, lilinois /I 237 Throop St. FE 8-2440 /B Woodstock, Ill. Elgin, Illinois