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John Bratina, Sec'y. one a furthcr down the yiiwt triple I (J57-610 scc we v jsj1 491: Alice y a 3 League Zlatko Zupan. Sec'y- jffjmfnpa DlIX LeaqiK The Tail' tt luuiv a 556 F. Jova- z Zupan ors William Krajacich, Sec'y. tcc"" 1 Ann A E N I O N W'ritr ur FREE ptnr,)h!(t t: "ZAJt^DMCAH Mlllic Chvejc, 19o-498. Ge -, sinc0 thc Demons i From Inicaoo Loimqers I 1 wee jcs saw traordmary kegling amongst ics and a 26g hifrh gam0 Bob Covich foUowe(i lvith a gr wjth 6Q3 Cazmo Damja- A xl At a erson e Chicago, 111. The indi- thc Pins lUt AJUUJ1V, Thc I V 1 consis triP]c that lou'in^ sco^®s- namelY Kuchan, rec01 of Toronto, Ont. iJ\J J- cured ToPPers makina & a the ca™c S(?01'e3 Mary Ann Milakovic, Sec'y. vcmber a B,oge}lc„ll F!orists I omcn' lhe oucc ln lhelr match ,vlth Dr' Katlch The St Anthony Lodgemen lost thc,r tifth Rame in s,x movcd ar0,md er I ... .... Adam Soich, Sec'y. Made by Marilyn Kapsa, Sec'y* wins agai over wesks- w 4 g7VGrbcich 493• Bess Tatlockt 184 .468. "ko 1 ^IStc^ Kapsa, 218-527, Tom markg feU to Alvina Zupan, Sec'y. 8, 1954. jot etforts having no ^. ^re pran ou .jeoms. practi-'same in? UP! John Kersul, Sec'y- lt 18 not another to° earIy.to S f. vml Frances York, Sec'y. A 8th tQ WUma Kruzich xvith a 5 Vancouver, B. C. The ln the L,odS° |8T ev" the thc, w0" and tled at 23 P01nts' the AValt" Junncic. 544. Steve Rupar went ^7°« Z 00 erl Behch s a her for somc weekg- runnei-uP scores' pilas? mio«, i Helen Oreskovich, Sec'y. "GOLD MEDAL" BRAŠNO CS MASE ZAIJHK NA RMKCS nudimo az cijena 100 LBS. DO RIJEKE... $9.00 -DO ZADNJE STANICE ....$1100 Istražite procjenu za pakete po narudžbi, kao i nas novi cijenili PAKETA SLOBODNIH OD CARINE U JUGOSLAVIJI! ŽELITE PUTOVATI U JUGOSLAVIJU na jugoslavenskim brodovima, IH AVIONOM obratite se na: A I A I I N Zastupnici Jugoslavenske Linijske Plovidba sa Ameriku i Kanadu \n\n Detroit Men On 600 Series Binge Detroit, Mich. Thirteen triples, 602 or better over three lane sessions, the best series, 224-203-226-653 o n November 14th by Pete Dra zich. speaks orchids for the Detroit CFU Men's League. The others, irrespective of the date of their rolling, were as follows: Frank Simu nec, 642 John Tonkovich, 220-642 Henry Colombo, 232-227-635 William Buban, 234-625 John Katis, 611 William Grgurich. 253-610 Tom Decovich, 235-609 Nick Varvari, 607 Tony Ruzich, 226-604 Rudy Pavkovich, 603 Charles Barkovich. 235 603 and Andy Kovac, 602. Falling within ten points of this classification we had sup plemental series that would Begovich had a single game of 212 vintage. Pat Begovich look good along side any name, the scores being, Wil- liam Buban, 597 Pete Dra- zich, 228-596 John Katis 593 Charles Barkovich. 593 and Chai'les Pulick, 225-592. Also Rudy Pavkovich a 593. To be mentioned because of their caliber w ere single games as Dan Rocovich, Jr., 237 John Magiera, 242 Dan Rocovich Sr. 227 and Sam Petracich. 225. pace, their record of 34-14 be ing two games better thai that of the Casino Studs. Drewerv's Beer and the New Casino Juniors who beat the Croatian Home team passed „ood them in the team standings ladder as of November -8. jbcing Hamilton Junior Loop Proud Of High Scoring ing League produced the skid. highest scores. Steve Stanfl, 205-305, did i thr- honors for the winnins Cro-Cans. who am&ssc-d a new I team total of 1427, and the Beach Roaders a new runner up figure in 1421. Angic Cv a k o e 1 6 8- 3 1 4 o o enough for the girls' high dis tinction and just a shade short of Nick Pctrusich. 162 315 of the same team. The Canucks behind George Stanfl's 183-330 picked uv two points against the Maple Leafs where John Gojsich, 168-325 was tops. The No vember 20th session was Ivan Krccl's first. Ivan Kecel is our latest addition to the bowling circle and is affili ated with Nest 603. Angeline Cybak. Sec'y gathering we find that Matt Rukavina, 272-606 and John Benich, 259-650 took thc eve ning's highs with John Brati na. the runner-up with 259-, 648. Other good scores, men and ladies respectively, were Philip Zebic, 622 George Ra cki, 579 Charles Biljan, 575 Steffy My os. 550 and Rose Pesun. 544. Over on the graduated sheet, bowling being a com-1 petitive sport between groups! Ave find that thc Aces having warded off the red hot Yo kums, 5-2 still rule the roost and this by a comfortable six points. Buffalo Lodge 557 Bowlers To Stage Pre-Holiday Season Dance December 11 Buffalo, X. V. Compcti- dies, Pat getting 175-470 and tion in the Jerry Kustich Maggie Marks, 155-428. Memorial League of Lodge 557 is as keen as ever. The loop leading Sinners hold a precarious lead over the Treys and the Aces who arc tied for second place. A 3-0 reverse by the Aces has halted the Stars recent suigc shol a 246 game in a 549 ser ies to wrest honors from Sam Alberti who owns a 236. John Martinick bowled a top 550, series that day while Matt and Maggie Marks again ran nd two among the la- St. Louis Star Posts 255 Solo St. Louis, Mo. Bob Po toenjak was very much in the groove November 19 when lie rolled a 255 game to tie T. Drazich for seasonal honors. The Yo Yo's still set the He finished out with 578 for the evening. The following games better than session. A. Skiljan. 224 and P. Chulick, 565 and E. Ivan ko vie, 565 placed first. There was no dearth of i seasonal highs. A mark that will look down on others in the feminine ledger is the 462 set. aid?d by a 181 game, rolled by Ann Thomas. It was nice seeing Steve Turkovich come in for some sessional recognition, his 165-430 being points bet ter than Mike Komar's 160- Hamilton Ladies Show Gents How To Bop Pins 415 and that of tiichard Di ciero with a 415 triple, i The Deuces checked a slide that has for the time removed them as a lead contender. Hamilton, Ont. For a winning as they did with league that has had more than its share recently of i thing would please us in be good men's scores, two of the ha.lf of well rounded loop than fair sex kcglcrs at the No-|^0 vembor 17 th rolling of the 1 win coUlmll which at Lodge 644 mixed circuit out-j^ooks of play shows but a shone the males that night. dozen wins. They were Mary Babich. i inasmuch as the most re 287-704, and Ann Kostrich. cent pinfest showed an above 302-699. who divided the' average crop of scores, es- feminine highs between them- peciaiiy among the fair sex, 206-485, F. Russin 191-467 avail selves. These new seasonal recount the mcntionables second bests, coupled with here Vincent Agich. 410 Ann Benich's standing 784. ij^ Ladika. 387 Jo Pre have caused a stir among the ]j this hustle on the alleys the Bison City C.F.U. bowlers still find time to pro mote numerous social func tions. On December 11th the kcgling loop in conjunction with the Lodge and friends p0ns0r another night of a 11 and to higher levels in the league ladder. Sessional highs at the No vember 28th rolling as well as the runner-up spots fell to the Martinick, Begovich and ,, vide the gay. carefree music Marks clans. Mike Martinick i i dancing pleasure for Lodge 557 friends far near. Frankic Rovison's Slav Ser enaders will once again pro- that is so characteristic of the Croatian people. Solid and liquid enjoyment? will also be the order of the night, so a y w e e o o k i n o a o u friends on Saturday, Decem ber 11th at the Croatian Hall, 226 Condon Avenue. Charles Kristidi, Scribe Toronto Toppers Face Fiqht For Loop Roost lined up as of November 28th a 72 points tally Endcrs with 1142-3175 now claim the second best in team Hamilton. Ont. The hit a rough spot in the schc-jthe kcglcrs of the first order .helped Pavlak and Son Mor Beach Roaders—Cro Cans đulc when the Klaric Contrac- that session and Zora Mitro- ticians roll a seasonal second match in the Nest 397 Bowl- tors cut short a three week Ailing From Quaditfs While it took a 313-751 by (Une dtl cr the better oncs John Majnarich to cop hon November 21st and a 229 Samuel Petracich, Scribe novic, 556 M. Pavlic, 549. 597 j^ay Bolk among the Ban Tilers have moved a-1 ladies, the November 28th long to now rest in second highs fell short of these place three games behind the I marks. Bill Krajacich, 290 leading Chulicks who finally and Nick Yustin, 667 were game of 195 in a 474 series vich, 198 and Kay Bolk, 525 in the same light in the fem inine sector. The leading Toppers still can point to the best in team scores, 1151-3273 although these have not been as securc The lately and we c: pect them to A 1 i u i a. Pa. Quads are showing their heels fall on the basis of the team in the Alcros Lodge League, their November 20th exploits victimizing the Aces. As the pace setters they left nu doubt as to their claim, roll ing 718-2030. figures that have been com ing along. Treasurers Bank 2159 In Versailles Pin Box from the Treys. No- men folk. 1372: Ann Yatson, 361 and rate for the league's seasonal Getting back to the male bowler at the latest lane Komar. 353. I high citations. Josephine J. Prrvisli, Sec'y. and R. Dandar with 459. R. Special PARCEL Service YUGOSLAVIA Pack Your Own Parcels! WE ACCEPT PARCELS FOR SHIPMENT AND DELIVERY TO YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES IN YUGOSLAVIA Parcels can be Parcels can b?' of ANY WEIGHT! of ANY SIZE! LOW RATE! FAST SERVICE! INSURANCE AVAILABLE! ALLTRANSPORT INCORPORATED 6 State Street New ork 4, New \ork Jadrans Nursing Shaky Lyons Lead The race has developed in to a three prong affair al though any other team with the exception of the last place Tigers could overtake the present leaders within three weeks. their ilk with Josephine ku chan blasting a 218 game in a 486 series. The best triple in Toronto, Out. The teams"'Inn Smare with 630. Ivan Ku in the Lodge 975 very much as they have been 1 ting into the outer rim o the Past three weeks fe ojchan over three weeks with the spotliglited area were Dana| Toppers still on the first rung, Polich. 177-471: Eva *Ja(*ro although the Big Wheels have 1449 Mary Marohnich, 4 rolled within one point with ani Irene Meinc, 4o8. In the other two lane con tests the Bogctich Florists Versailles, Pa. A levell ing off took place in the Ver- edged the Balkan Music bowl saillcs Young Men's Club ors with the helt of Charles jvidual bowler in the Chicago League on November 21st Vucinic. 171-487. and Jack i CFU Men's League has halt Pazul, 191-484, while the Ska-|ed when the Treasurers in one of their best showings 818- la Bankers took the last two 2159 netted them a 2-1 tri- games from Mare Pontiacs. umph over the leading Prex- e o Mihel contributing ies. The Secretaries made 155-427 in the winners' bc four wins in six games as half. Jack Pazol, Sec'y. thoy handcuffed the Trus-' Rushers Ho Thanx Joe Pavlecic's grip on ses sional honors which were .get-1 ting to be a matter of fact Chicago. 111. Rushers' I and during which reign hcjApnarel in the Chicago CFU the Trcvs pad their'shot 239-563 gave way fir^t Ladies League swamped the ly to Pete Yonkovicli at 212- 3-0, Agnes Buian paving the i 556. I way with 162-431. Pauline De i PavIetic» 592 The league action has also'Peder had the best game 177i"J ^u.ian' S. i.li os, produced scores such as G.' in the losers' camp, it coming I Pavlecic, 505 H. Giammario. i in the nightcapper and to.no Stephanie Bruchee with Dandar at 246-D9D and J. Pa-1 less punch than the week pre- vlccic at 244-574 still will vious when she hit 198-562.!a ancces took the odd game Bay Area League Boasts 14 Quints unleash- ed a 903 game there has been single game laurels. Stanley Kauzlarich, Sec'y. Geraldine DuM S°ts New Chicano Solo Mark Chicago, III. Geraldine Dudek's new feminine high best team score of 857 in a 2307 as they outpointed the Pardus Barbers but lost in games 2-1. Gregorv Krivacic had 191-546 for the Pardus kcglcrs. Two strong anchor men Frank Kunovic with 202-499 and Frank Pardus with 186 508 of the Van a Beverages and the Matievic Midwestern crs, respectively, tied up in another match of the "Slobo da" Lodge 32 League with the latter winning 3-0 to en hance their second place grip. Lyons, III. At the end of eleven weeks of bowling, the Jadrans have gained the top intense well-balanced team follow command a fair share s e a i n e o e 2 2 8 e a u e o e i i o n a k e e i s o a e n i o n a o n e few weeks of bowling for the and this only at a scant half game margin over the Reds and the Cardinals. San Francisco, Calif. Pittsburgh, Pa. Basket Some sparkling bowling and ball will in the weeks that Bay Area CFU Mixed Handi cap League. co's Sport Center Bowl, the 14 team league includes teams sponsored by C. F. U. Lodges 61, 876 and 900 of There have been three 600 series rolled lately, Paul Ku cha n, Jr., 606 John Rodina, 603 and Russell Kauzlarich. 603. Tripling 580 or better! among the men we had also Sam a o n i h, 247-596 John Rodina. 592 Russell ^0 bowiing initial Kauzlarich, 591 Bob Mcinc, As if numbers added zest 58 and Stanley Kauzlarich, arks established ,1 For the men, Johnny Vita Tlie distaff members noti,. .* V lich had a lesgue pacing 656 to be outdone had some ex-l the following high 635 series land a 255 game. Other 600 series included Ma- with 623 and Bm Gcr iejLukrich and Martin novich just missed the magic mark with 595 and 580 re spectively. Kay Pctrucela and Mary none higher to comc for team oowiers witn *^ay noiaing a 1146 high average followed by Mary's 145 while Mary in turn held the league's high se ries mark of 505 and saw her fine 203 game bested only by Kay Parac's top 217 game. Other high games included Mary Mercep with 182. So phie Biondich with 177 and The Lucky Strikes lived Up, to their name by racing to a, 21 to 6 league lead but the Hreljin five, determined to live un to the traditions of Tabbies FaM To Halt Stride Of Chi Leaders the after i name, are creeping un on the'^es^- with some .. 'the Lodge 202 lceglers trip Steven J. Pavlic, Sec'v. I Leading thc winners w as Jo-, i sephine Randich. 160-468 and P1"-" Ann Milos with 450. I,he Corrigan Heating made it! four wins in the last two I weeks when thev bested the Barbaric Boosters, 2-1 to make it the second straight week that Dr. Barbaric pro i teges have failed to hit pay dirt. Mary Mataya's session? 1 high. 184 in a 448 set led while Dora Bradich for two I consecutive weeks has finish i cd a session's work with a 401 I mark. The best among the losers was Marge Soich, 143 i 390 hardly enough for a team that can turn on the heat like I the Corrigans. Stephanie Bruchee, Sec'y. tency at the last two meets. Joe Bujan on November 21st getting a 614 series, J. Buk tcnica. 227-610 and M. Cer neka, a 234 game. Joe Shubat on November 28th shot a 253 game, while eleven to Frank Žitnik. 522 and late Than* You Lounge'"lasstes flacc topmost, rated the fol-Vas having mediocre success evening. Croatian Fraternal Union Will Again Support Lodge, Nest Basketball Teams sports lovers. Our interest will be directed mainly to that basketball activity which Meeting every Tuesday eve-. emanates among our Lodges ning at 8:30 in San Francis-!an(^ Nests. To partially boost such ac tivity, your Society, this sea son as in those past will grant Lodge and Nest basket San Francisco and,Lodge 591 ball teams cash appropri of Richmond, and in addition numbers individual bowlers from six other lodges and two nests at one stage 14 lodges and nests being repre sented in the league. ations to the extent of fifty dollars ($50.00) per team. Would-be recipients to be eli gible must report their acti vities in the Zajedničar at regular intervals. Once again as always, may we stress the salient fact do not make the mistake of play ing as a C.F.U. outfit, locally, during the basketball season and then fail to give publici ty, win or lose, of your ac tivity in the Zajedničar. At the C.F.U. Sports-Edu cational Department we have available forms to expedite reporting your games. Please Seven lips In Control Of Lodge 961 Milling Vivian Smare and Ann Pavlo-' ^.omen.form of the 7 Ups who have finds the Hearts nestled collected ten intg at the top fourteen in their first vich tied up at 176 current season beat the 382 help from Matt Mlinarich, o e a n e s e v e and nelps which they took their leaders with an 18-9 record.'two 230-570 and Diane Milako-j runnerup honors among the men we had Dusan Bezic, 555 and Johnny Milakovic, 244. Vassar Takes Lead In Farrell Mixed Warfare Farrell, Pa. The three week battle between Vassar and Ohio State pinsters for the lead in the Lodge 705 League resolved itself No- not too far behind him came taking over the reins by a F. Zakaria with 243. Marion ^wo &amc margin Kruzich's 593 was the 24th with the former top! Vassar boosted their stock !Qrs I by whitewashing Duquesne, Others, while they did not while Michigan State which t-rjpic marking the first time1 of late hit Ohio State with a 582 C. Kruzic, 579: J. Zadro, .hand the Buckeyes a 2-11 574 W. Randich. 572 F. Stri- reverse. kich, 224-567 J. Buck, 227 Individual high honors, 'and M. Buretz. 223. both among the men and the, the Curtis Rcstaurantcra Ann Golub with 160. There was no dearth of oth good scores either, thc still on a winning binge best of which being George o e e o w o v i o- e e i 1 9 8- 4 9 8 a n k ries. Steve's Marketers moved Burich, 492 Steve Novosel into the top division as they shutout thc Francis Tavern ers for a string of five wins. TAMBURITZA INSTRUMENTS VALENTICH BROTHERS 122 Prospect Street Turtle Creek, Pa. Write for our Pncea Today! 473 Fran Wasko, 406 Mary Koss, 372 and Josephine Mentrek. 363, No one relishes getting into trouble, but it is a quick way of learning who our friend^, are, as well as those who have been waiting to catch us bent over at the right angle. write to us, either as an in dividual or the lodge sports director on the possibility of organizing a C.F.U. basket ball team in your locale. e o a i a n a e n a Union had its biggest basket ball tournament yet last year in Farrell, Pa., twelve lodge teams and six trom the jun-]^ Frank Braidic, Director ^ports-Educational Dep't. East Pitt Leadership Rests In Hearty Hands Another E. Pittsburgh, Pa. Seven leader has reared his head in weeks of kegling in the Lodge 1 mark. Shooting for a 160 av the Lodge 961 League in the ,141 "Hrvatska Vila" League! erage, Goldie? Keep it up JJVa&U«. 411 WiV ATX lil V LOAO Y 11CV year on November 22nd oc-]476 went for naught points at ne top fourteen wins against last two sessions, the victims half that many losses. Their being none other than Tigers 2-1 win November 21 against and the Rangers at the time the second place Clubs leave outranking" the new league them even more secure. It was a match in which pacers. The biggest surprise of the I Frank Pribanic's highs, 188 when the last place Tip cally. Kassy Srdoch 142-390 sweep i paced the Hearts getting 145- Tigers 7-0. The triumph was'and Freda Pribanic's 138-379. Remember girls, the Xmas The hapless Diamonds, fift exchange which is com to bind the circuit. dropped two more to the male individual highs 1144-361 played an important, But there are six or seven h°nors were divided in the tide in the opening ^amc. other teams that have no in- the same period three ways, tention of conceding the race shares going to Mary Ann Mi which is just beginning to get! lakovic, 573 Angeline^ ^ezic, hot. William Blazevicli vie, 246-548. Coming in for through with 271-637 as role. Emil Srdoch fired a 187- f\vhat .i i liic« cpni-nc! flio npct ir Vi YY*/-vr»^?cr r»n ncn i r6C6pt,l\ tO W118X VOll the past 454 in the Diamonds cause, Among the girls, his one game score turning Weiss Qiint Ambushes Mound City Pacesetters St. Louis, Mo. The victo- ry skein of the Ahal Contrac tors in the Greater St. Louis-lead P0sltl0n Ladies League.after running I its eourse for eight games hit het,veen a snag November 26th when the Weiss Markettes upset! result the Chulicks and the Deuces who have been pant- ing some distance behind Iand Other highs, the session new one game high 749 in a team aggregate of 1986 to' i previous being included, were Kate Grbac, 191-531 Marie Jura.3. 198-499 Alvina Zupan, '»created the little brown jug, the best their league lead to two efforts among the men being Povclitis, have to be circumvented to the latter a new mark, shot &!"""" ihr. .T i ot "oTq ko7 ing team scores but the best I Leopards pushing for recog 511 triple as the Ropa Insur- tal Cabinet Mfg. team 3-0 iZajac, 535, and Steve Novo sel, 207. The women looked up to Marilyn Kapsa with 430 and Fran Wasko, 160 and 428 and A. Geileman. 425. Chulicks with 697-1954. December iors participating. If each ,^g would take steps to organize I ... ,, Frances Hanlon is picking for the season imagine the1 i u n i e y i s y e a e a interest that could be created I i ., i of the previous session read tourney for the 1955 Youngstown, Ohio. Furthermore, the idea ad- Mary Sarapa in 223 Solo Effort Cleveland, Ohio The one game high in the Cleveland, CFU Ladies League toppled November 22nd when Mary Sarapa threw a beautiful 223 game in a 547 series. Kay Rudman is back in her old form having taken the ses s i o n a s e i e s o n o s w o straight weeks running, her ing 188-481. Being the proud mother of six children does vanced at the annual meeting of basketeers last April of organizing a C.F.U. basket ball league in Western Penn sylvania and Eastern Ohio should be given serious thought. Played over week ends with a dance or social thrown in, we think that more people would become C.F.U. conscious. Let's hear from you soon on this league. Sister-in-law Mildred Kriva cic is doing herself pfoua this year also racking in counts recently of 156-155-461. One of the oddities in the Greenhut Jewelers lineup No vember 22 were hits of 124 134-144 by Veronica Franks. We call this regulated bowl ing, Vern! Josephine Eurick is holding her average of late with games of 172 and 176. Ann Perovich needs a little boost to get over her ill-luck, a bad game following one of 177. Frances York, 183-492 and Goldie Malone, 178-492 fell somewhat short of the 500 on Also holding their own in av- erage were Mary Delost. 169 Mary Bezjak, 169-435 Marge Butler. 177-472 and Anne York, 161-435. Miljak Painters out of first place a week ago by a half game are back on top by the margin as they lashed out with new team highs of 941-2541 to replace the Pio neers girls. Philip Stanfel who lias been Spades where Joe Pribanic's thi"k about same as adding, habit of copping 1158-413 and Rose Grcevich's ut) to the traditions of i o. o, *.to old country community facet our weekly receptive to what you have to offer in ideas on how to bring the league into the Xmas spirit and vice-versa. Vancouver League T«p Claimed By Two Quints with a 212 game to go into a sccond plac tie wjt Amelia mamin. i copped the triple male honors Potocniak. Three game hon-' on November 2 18 as knotted leopards and the iea^e leaders. 2-1. As alboth lost 17 and U games and gained ground in the race. pomts column. Leopards were aided by Frances Grbcich let loose _oc (ing on the outer rim are the Panthers one game behind same difference in the i Lou Jaksc, 317-586 and Mary distinction befell and 573 have done the Panthers much good as did a i a n a a s e i n i n e hi?hs of 240-539. Mike Canic has in the past two weeks hit 598. Drago Bi lojlich. 557 Dorothy Orerlco vich, 212-503 Kay Mahovlic, 538 and Kave Babich, 488. The league team highs for the season stand at the Pan thers with 1031-2807, the nition with 1019 and the Ti gers with 2615. 35? West 26tb St. PE: 6-8935 New York 1, N. Y.