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24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 50 Š7 58 59 60 61 Scor* Total $380.00 Sports—Educational Depart-! s mests of the Pittsburgh! ali^ed and Then' to°- SoinS as SrouP8 hetter wi» acquainted, a most Juni°'s a"d P"lt\K"°l H,oIe" W to rate step the1ldult rlnk» of our 10n- "ZAJEDNIČAR" 1 A (this the 60th Gentlemen: Hans Margolius Made by ..........M...........1.. wrong, no send June 16,1954 Yqu must Frank Braidic uj \n\n 20th Annual Bowling Tournament CROATIAN FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA OFFICIAL PRIZE LIST EXTENDED DETROIT, MICHIGAN, MAY 6-7-8-9, 1954 FIVE-MAN EVENT WOMEN Jf». K!• Te*m City Score Award 17 Sloboda Chancers, Chicago 2467 $10.00 18 The Hopefuls, Chicago 2466 10.00 19 Lodge 519, Detroit 2457 10.00 20 St. Jacob Lodge 167, St. Louis 2454 10.00 21 Harborite Sails. Indiana Harbor 2451 10.00 22 Social Club "99 ', Cleveland 2443 10.Q0 23 Lodge 228 Ladies. Lyons 2409 10.00 24 Križari Sad Sacks. Chicago 2406 10.00 25 Lodge 50, No. 1, St. Louis 2403 10.00 26 Harborite Waves, Indiana Harbor 2403 10.00 27 Harborite Spars. Indiana Harbor 2397 10.00 28 Croatian Club Ducettes. Battle Creek .... 2350 10.00 2$ St. George. Lodge 66, Youngstown 2346 10,00 30 Sloboda Queens, Chicago 2343 10.00 31 Zumberak No. 1, Cleveland 2330 10.00 32 and Lounge, Cleveland 2311 10.00 FIVE-MAN EVENT MEN Team city Lodge 731, West Alii* 2819 Hrvatska,Villa, East Pittsburgh 2817 Zora All Stars, Detroit 2814 Nada, Lodge 255, Milwaukee .2813 St. Jacob. No. 2. St. Louis 2812 Canton No. 1, Canton 2805 Steeler Deuces, Lorain •...: 2800 Sloboda Hot Shots. Chicago 2800 Francis Tavern, dhicago ...?. ...2796, Thank" You Lounge, Chicago 2792 pete's Bar, Detroit .2787 Maywoodites No. 1, Hairimond 2786 Onyx Troopers, Detroit 2785 Yo Yo's, Detroit 2781 Hamm's Beer, Detroit .2778 Canucks, Toronto 2778 Casino Studs, Detroit '. 2773 Harborite Captains, Indiana Harbor 2771 Fega Tool, Detroit 2767 Steeler Aces. Lorain 2761 Farnsworth Packers, Detroit 2760 St. Jacob, Lodge 167, St. Louis 2751 Lodge 50, No. 3, St. Louis 2742 Lodge 50, Aces, St. Louis 2736 Unity Deuces, Summit 2732 Croatian Home, Youngstown 2727 Zora Cavaliers, Detroit 2725 Sloboda Hurricanes, Chicago 2725 Zumberak, No. 1. Cleveland, 2722 Zora Torpedoes, Detroit 2719 Sloboda Boosters, Chicago 2718 New Casino Juniors, Detroit 2717 Harboi*ite Generals. Indiana Harbor 2716 Lodge 202, Aces, Chicago 2714 Onyx Topplers, Detroit 2703 Dr. Katich Križari, Chicago 2699 Sloboda Campaigners, Chicago 2697 Pioneer Bees, Chicago 2696 The extension of the official prize list and additional to that published in the May 26,1954 issue of the Zajedničar is- made possible by a reduction in tournament operation costs payable out of the Tenpin Tournament Expense Fees. It is toward this fund that each participant in the Detroit classic paid $.60. The payment of to-day's listed awards of $540.00 brings to $584.70 paid from the Tournament Fee Fund in prizes instead of tournament expenses. Said recom mendation by the Advisory Council was approved by the C.F.U. Executive Board. Juniors In Greater Pittsburgh Area Urged To Join Pirate Knot Hole Club We upon the receipt oft Pittsburgh Baseball Club, gi these Application Cards will issue each child making such application a 1954 Pirate Knot Hole Membership Card which become the child's (Junior's) sole property for the current baseball season at Pittsburgh's Forbes Field. Exacting these Application Cards properly filled is neces-, ment must mail and file each i-Hseb.ll Club must holdimto Award $10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Frank Braidic, -Director Sports-Educational Dept. Pittsburgh, Pa. Today we wish to dote more on the procedure of obtaining Pirate Knot Hole Membership Cards. Each boy or girl of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area be tween the ages 9 through 15 must first complete an Appli cation Card which must be endorsed both by the child and his parent or guardian. -Upon the completion of the Children as individuals will Application Card by the boy not be permitted as Knot or the girl, properly endorsed, it must be returned to the ftest Manager or the Lodge Sports Director, who will for ward same to the C. F. U. Sp o s-Educational Depart ment. Holers to Forbes Field but must come in groups of no less than eight arid not more than twenty. Each supervi sor. be it the Nest Manager or Lodge Sports Director, will be. with the courtesy of the ven a supervisor's card, en titling him to see the games while in custody of the Pi rate Knot Holers. We ourselves concur with this setup which the Pirate management exacts since too many of the Juniors are not o o w e a u a i n e a n sary because we at the CFU Ne^8 with their respective the Nest Manager. such C.F.U. Pirate Knot Ho-jS*« them an opportunity to ler with 'the Pirate manage-,be themselves to especially de-1 £amza Inasmuch the Junior« »s i ci5' "hen important factor to the So- HAD IT! Here are the Cleveland, Ohio, Nest 55 "Queens" who were crowned the CFU's 1954 National Junior Girls' Team Champions during the Society's 20th Annual National Tenpin Tourney, held last May in Detroit. Left to AND AGAIN! ... Yes, sir, only this time it's the Cleveland, Ohio, Nest 55 lassies who wpn the Junior Girls' Doubles Championship at Detroit during the CFU's 20th Annual National Tenpin Tourney. At left is Char lene Strahinic. center Judy Bilicic, who W^GAIN! You couldn't keep Cleve land, Ohio, Nest 55 out of the title picture at Detroit during the May running of the CFU's 20th Annual National Tenpin Tour ney. For proof, take Roger Kostika, left, and Mike Simcich, center, who copped the Annual Dux Meet Pittsburgh,' Pa. Both lodges and the bowlers parti cipating in the annual C.F.U. National Duckpin Tourney are hereby advised that a meeting of the lodge repre sentatives will be held at 2:00 P.M. Sunday, August 1, 1954, in the Fort Pitt Hotel. siynated days of which nine Frank Braidic, Director good games remain. Sports-Educational Dept. The date itself may seem BUT GOOD! Meti. the CFU's 1954 National Junior I Left to right. Lan Mikich, Ronald Klemsmith, Roger Kos tika, Boys' Tenpin Team Champions, the Cleveland, Ohio, Nest John Skorich, and Captain Mike Simcich. Pictured, right, 55 "Kings," crowned last May during the running in Detroit! with the lads is Helen Hecimovich, Manager of our Detroit of the Society's 20th Annual National Tenpin Tournament. Junior Order Nest 318. Winning score, 2,168 pins. early but hot so in view of the summer season let-down and the time in which we wish the tournament representa tives to prepare emsolves for the following agenda: (1) Selection of the 1955 and possibly the 1956 tour nament site. Lodges bidding for the tournament must do so officially and over the sig nature of both the lodge pres turned in an 833 scratch total to cop the title. Looking on, right, is Frank Braidic, CFU Sports-Educational Director. To prove that the younger of the fair sex can bowl with the best, Charlene upended 170 pins to emerge with the girls' one-game high. Junior Boys' Doubles Championship with a scratch count of 1,055 pins. At the right is C. F. U. Sports-Educational Director Frank Braidic. Not satisfied with himself, Mike Simcich also felled 194 sticks to walk off with the highest juvenile singleton. right, Judy Bilicic, Arlene Skorich, Mary Ann Lesiak, Char lene Strahinic, and Captain Violet Rescic. At the far right is Detroit Junior Order Nest 318 Manager Helen Hecimovich. The "Queens" came through with 1,908 sticks. ident and lodge secretary to gether with a contract from the alleys proprietor. (2) Approval of the ten tative date which thus far has been accepted as April 22, 23 and 24,1954. (3) Measures arid amend ments for bettering National Duckpin Tournaments. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. CFU's New Film Is Worth Showing Pittsburgh, Pa. Central Committees and Lodges plan ning events in Anniversary Jubilee of the Society have at their discre tion the use of the film, "This Is Your Croatian Fra ternal Union!" The film was shown this past spring and early summer in various sectors of the coun try. It is still available to such Central Committees and Lod ges as will make application. The picture and the narra tion are on one single film which simplifies the showing. Experience has shown that a Bell-Howell or a R.C.A. pro jector give the most satisfac tory results. Also because of the film cost through the va rious production stages, we strongly recommend that the users employ a licensed oper ator. Just anyone will not do. Once shown we ask that the committee return the film to the C.F.U. Sports-Educa tional Department via first class mail—special delivery and insured for one., thousand dollars ($1000.00). The film itself is of the 16mm variety and we instruct those contemplating the showing of the film, that they will have to rent or engage a projector in their own locali ty. This because the Croatian Fraternal Union neither has a projector nor has it been found advisable to be ship ping a machine around the country. The rental costs are not prohibitive, in fact the film is much harder to re place, if at all. At the present writing the film "This Is Your Croatian Lodge No My name (Don't fail to give Lodge number) Old address waa ... .... New address is CITY OF CLEVELAND DEPARTMENT OF POLICE Cleveland 14, Ohio Croatian Fraternal Union c-o Frank Braidic Sports-Educational Dept. 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh, 13, Pa. Through the courtesy of Mr. Myron Wilson, President of the Cleveland Baseball Corporation, we are preparing to permit thousands of children to see the Cleveland Indians play ball at the Stadium in Cleveland this season. I have been requested to contact you upon the receipt of your request. This in reference to having your organiza tion and its chapters furnishing transportation and coun sellors, for as many boys and girls of elementary and junior high school ages, as you would care to bring from your dis trict or chapter. All we request is that you furnish transpor tation for your children, and our experience has bećn that one (1) counsellor to every 20 children works out fine. If by auto caravan, the operator will serve as a counsellor for the car group. Private parking lot is available next to the I Stadium. I There will be no admission charge. You and your group will be the guests of our host, the Cleveland Indians. I The schedule included herein portrays the games that you may attend as guests. A post-card will be sufficient as to the date you select. Also please let me know the approxi mate number of children you will bring. I will meet you at Gate E of the Stadium. Gates open at 12:30 P.M. be there before game time—2:00 P.M. Games so allocated are as follows: July 8 (Thurs) Baltimore July 29 (Thurs) Boston July 31 (Sat.) Washington August 5 (Thurs.) New York August 7 (Sat.) Philadelphia August 14 (Sat.) Baltimore August 18 (Wednesday) Detroit August 19 (Thurs.) Detroit September 9 (Thurs.) Philadelphia September 11 (Sat.) Boston September 22 (Wed.) Chicago September 24 (Fri.) Detroit September 25 (Sat.) Detroit If in doubt as to cancellation of the game due to weather conditions we advise that you call the Stadium, TOwer 1-1200. If your date, or dates, are rained out, call me at MAin 1-1270, line 426, before game time, and a new date will be set. Sometimes the official schedule is changed and it is very possible that the date you selected, long in advance, may be changed to a night game. Kindly watch the newspapers and listen to radio commentators. By authority and direction of TAHBURITZA INSTRUMENTS VALENTICH BROTHERS 122 Prospect Street Turtle Creek, Pa. Write for our Price« Todayt Do You Get Your "Zajedničar" Every Week? (IF NOT, PLEASE SOND US TOUR NEW ADDRESS) We want you to get the "ZAJEDNIČAR" regularly. It i» now being mailed to your last known address, but you do not get it, something ta Be sure to enter your Lodge number tn the space above, because your name without the nuinter of your Lodge means nothing to the Circulation Department of the Official Organ. Oat oat and mall immediately to the "ZAJtillMCAK", 5441 Fortes Street, Pittsburgh IS, Pa. or band It to your Lodge Secretary at your nest monthly meeting. toe 30,1954. Frank W. Story, Chief of Police by Arthur V. Both, Captain Note: The above invitation speaks for itself and in metropolitan Cleveland, where we have no less than eight Nests, advantage should be taken of this good offer. We urge parents to bring the children in closer proximity of the Nest to which the Junior is affiliated. Lodges which have elected sports directors will find this a field in which they can more extensively use their potentiality as an individual. To case the work of our Cleveland Nest Managers we list them here in the hope that parents will help in corraling a CFU Junior group from their respective Nest. The Nest Managers are: Nest 55, Anna Rescic Nest 62, Goldie Malone Nest 86, Rose Gustin Nest 182, Nick Fuduric Nest 191, Josephine Bolek Nest 373, Barbara Baron Nest 604, Helen Vukcevic and Nest 624, Katherine Koscica. Fraternal Union" is scheduled for a showing in Cleveland, August 15th, September 5th, Chicago, and September 26th, Canton*Ohio. Mountain View California through N. J. Ni kolac has tentatively reserved it for October 2-3,1954. Only in the quiet waters things mirror themselves un distorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. Prints Available Of Tenpin Tourney Meet Pittsburgh, Pa. Photos at the Tenpin Tournament Victory Banquet were taken by Bernard R. Babich a mem ber of the "Onyx" Lodge 717. Bowlers and even members desiring duplicates of any such picture appearing herein can have same in any quanti ty at two dollars ($2.00) pe^ duplicate copy. Please forward all mail and inquiries to the undersigned who will be only too glad to accommodate any person or group in regard to additional photographs taken in Detroit at the Tourney Banquef. Bernard R. Babich, 13432 Buffalo Avenue Detroit, 12, Michigaj| your correct address.