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Ifear 1050 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 apoi 1952 1.053 1954 1955 195G 1937 rr r, 1951 1952 1933 1954 1955 1956 1957 MEN—SINGLES1 BELVEDERE CAFE IfiS—1216 Belmont Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio Telephone R. I. 6-9742 CJz piće Imamo dobru domaća hrana, kao i dobre tamburaše svaki petak i subotu. Naš narod iz mjesta te bližih daljih mjesta dobro nam doiao. Masnici Frank I Barbara Turković. članovi odsjeka 66 HBZ. w.faju ji ji i y i i i 1 lss .457 ,h, Louis In Mav John Muich, Sec'y. The 38th Lolich Bar B-q club i Quigiey Team High* Anne Zimn^er Marv Muzar Mary Barkovich .„ ,. Zvonko Gojmerac Muzar Marv Karl/Avi Pirates 31 30 29'i 29 27 26 16 VT: 31! Emil Pintar 207-556 475 Ann Kqmar Jo pi'Cvish 566 Jacobs-Waltn^r""' 263-528 Pa„0„ 194-517 507 477 I"dividuaI .194-489 402 389 388 Oil 29 29 ...A.,-., .......281,2 28 27 .......2V.2 .26 18 206 205 .191 .184 167 165 156 Team Highi i#lA» SARDLSCte—DALMATIAN ANCHOVIX* A S I U O S HO 9-5S70 1 i John J. Fabina, Sec'y. v LEGAL COUNSELLOR CHILDREN'S HOftfe BOARD— JURPfi A s i |i. j$63 Cleveland, O. 4s. 231-587 iVHIHMM.i. 007 ,M.,...,...,.t6o-661 .............275-51« 46T 41® leam Highs 1256-2861 957-257? I i- I V •K \n\n Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 Year 1950 .1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 Year 1950 Year 1950 Society's West Penn Duckpin Sweeper Now Highlight of Mid-Winter Pin Year Wilmerding Will Play Host Jan. 25-26 To 9th Annual Running of Championships PITTSBURGH As thoughts turn to the C. F. U. 9th West Penn Dux Sweepstakes to be held Saturday and Sun day, January 25 and 26,1958. it is fitting to recall the sites and dates of the former eight and perhaps the champions of vester years. The first Sweepstakes was held at the Jan's Bowl-O Drome in McKeesport. January. 1950. It was sponsored by the West Penn Dux League Tony Brajdic was chairman. The Sweeper included senior and junior entrants and totaled 900 lines of bowling. In 1951 the Sweepstakes, strictly a senior event, was seated in Pittsburgh and amassed 597 lines of bowl ing. The 3rd Sweepstakes moved to East McKeesport in 1952 and as in 1958, Wilmerding's Croatian Home provided the social setting George Lisjak was the Sweepstakes chairman. Triangle Alleys in Downtown Pittsburgh provided the sit& for the 4th Sweepstakes in January 1953 and some 603 line6 of bowling. The following year, January 1954, found the Sweeper being run off in the Oakland district of Pittsburgh. Once again under the wing of the Sports-Educational Department and once again to the site and city of its inception, the Sweepstakes now six consecutive years in promotion, re turned to Jan's Bowl-O-Drome in McKeesport to the tune of 561 kegling lines. In 1956. the Sweepstakes moved into Clairton, the first time one of the Society's sports events had been lasted in this C. F. I*, citadel. Last year, the popular duckpmners m.dseason event eight yeara old invaded Loncar Bowling Lanes \A est _____ then Bridgewater where the final tally showed 579 lines of bowl-1 «.st The recounting wouldn't be replete if you could not re qfil the respective champions. Some of the feminine ones throwing a 160-4o6 series, have since married but we list the surnames as they then were the high men. Come on, appeared in the records from which the following listing Ban Tile, let s give it the ole college trv. Rah! Rah! Rah! stems. WOMEN SINGLES Champion City Score Frances Golub, Farrell 515 Mary Radocaj, Pittsburgh 450 Evelyn Trdina, Etna 436 Barbara Tomichek, Etna 412 Evelyn Trdina, Etna 424 Helen Buzek, Versailles 401 Helen Pavkovich. New Brighton 499 Dorothy Mihalovic, McKeesport 429 WOMEN DOUBLES Champions City Score Frances Golub—Stella Mudrinich. Farrell 856 Ann Rukavina—Evelyn Trdina. Etna 857 Frances Jovanovic—Helen Pupich. Pgh 848 Ann Komar—Josephine Prevish, Aliquippa. 756 Ann Rukavina—Evelyn Trdina. Etna 738 Ann Zitnik—Helen Buzek, Versailles ....734 Helen Pavkovich—Marine Zivitz. N. Brighton..936 Marie Grdic—Mercy Bradich, McKeesport 767 Champion City Seore Donald Zivic, Pittsburgh 539 Pete Pappa, Etna 559 Joe Sestrich, Pittsburgh 601 Lou Srsic. Pittsburgh ... 587 George Lisjak, Jr., Pittsburgh 594 Steve Lalic. Etna 562 Joe Sestrich, Pittsburgh 561 Albert Bartosh, Aliquippa ,564 MEN —DOUBLES Champions City Score Joe Sestrich—Lou Milkovich., Pittsburgh ...1035 Leo Zelcich—William Babic. Pittsburgh 971 Joe oez.rich—Ed Shr.ginaw, Pittsburgh.. 1053 Frc.r.:: Bi-klic—John Brletlc. Wilmerding 1081 Mike Sc:moy—Ed Shaginaw, Pittsburgh..,,... 1005 Marion Srdoch—Pete Dujmic, McKeesport.... 967 Do:ald Z.'vic—Francis Stepnick, Pittsburgh..1009 Nick Cpuuich—Mike Modock, Etna 1039 MIXED COUPLE DOUBLES Champion-* City Seore Helen Buzek, Versailles Matt Moskun, Pittsburgh ..:973 Mary Radocaj, Pittsburgh Ed Shaginf-w. Pittsburgh ..928 Kay Tuscan, Wilmerding Andrew Tuscan, Wilmerding 953 Anna Pappa, Pittsburgh Pete Pappa, Etna 934 Ann Rukavina, Etna JOG Tomichek, Etna 972 ,Ann Kozar. McKeesport Ei Kozar, McKeesport .....817 Stella Pagliarulo, Clairton James Runatz, Clairton .....933 Marlene Brechbill, New Brighton John Mikan, Jr., Rochester 935 The above are but the champions, the ranks of the cash butr^ iwltry prize winners include names to an even greater depth. If Action Shirts ....34 you intend to be among this year's competitors, you must en-: Alleys2 ter at once, post entries will be accepted only if there is room. We shall look forward to seeing many of the Sweep- stakes faithful in the Wilmerding-Turtle Creek environs,:slai^Splays'" Saturday and Sunday, January 25 and 26, 1958 vieing for,Croatian a bit of the cash awards and perhaps a permanent niche in A the Sweepstakes' chronicles as the 1958 champions. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept Mound City Pin Wars 1 Presage Great Tourney ST. LOUIS Victorious in I the past several weeks, the I v a n i & n i e a blanking Team No. 6. are^ making their bid to overtake the leaders. They have now tied for third place and have now i coming up a three-game set with the leaders. Led by John Ivancich, who fired a 190-538 series, and Mike Pavlich, who had a 200-513, the team swept three games Dec. 20 from a fighting Team No 6. Bob Po tocnjak. with a 201-517 series, and John Per hat, rolling a 171-471 series, were high for the losers. Strengthening their hold on first place, Fassi Tav ern toyed with Ban Tile, then, at the right tinir, grabbed three games from a lifeless Ban Tile five. John Manestar, firing a 191-532 series, and Frank Jovanovic, throwing a 181 510 series, led the Fassi team. For Ban Tile, who now have slipped from fifth to sporting event in Canada can be credited with bringing so many Croatians together seventh, Frank Ban, with his series and A1 Klari I 'Turn'to page 8 for Editorial, college Chulick. marking time be-! hind Fassi Tavern, grabbed) the odd-game from Klaric In a spirited battle for sole possession of third place, Moydcll downed the John Sly gar five two games to move into a third-place tie. With Tom Skok blasting1 Robert Hatch 532 a- 212-528 series and Nick Jadrich, with a 193-521 scries, Movdell easily held the ad vantage until John Krsul, with a 214 single, teamed with Nick Jercinovic, who fired a 209 single, to save the third game for the John Sty gar five. John Krsul also was high for the team with a 214 596 series followed by Nick Jercinćvic's 209-538 series. Frisco Will Host '58 W.I.B.C. Pin Classic PITTSBURGH itfinual W.I.B.C. tourney will California the first time for a W.I.B.C. tournament, any C. F. U. members entered therein will be pleased to know that, although a lesser affair by far, the C.F.U. Cal ifornia State Tournaments on have been alternate years staged at the Bowl. Frank Braidic AKRON, OHIO Lodge 473 League December 31, 1957 Pis. Bird Sheriffs ..:...42H Pickford Florist« 35 Twin Construction AS 25'a Individual Highs Tony Donofrio .225-654 Kenny Ferris 232-594 Tony Jurkovic 559 Tony Pavlic /... ......i- 558 Jim Golub ....... 550 Marv Moore ....... 458 Carrie Jurkovio 191-432 Ruth Lolich ....... 437 Marain Marzich 420 Mary B&ich ......: 420 Millie Kalain Bird Sheriffs 639-1979 Pickford Florists 1927 Irio, Scc-. Toronto Will Play Host April 25-26 To 12th Annual Five Pin Tournament Members of Lodge 650 Begin Planning* For Canada's No. 1 CFU Pin Spectacle TORONTO, Ont., Can. Throughout the United States Individual Highs Mike Atamanulc ...258-601 John Gojmerac 581 Frank Karal 261-577 Bill MoskalUk be held at 'the Downtown Bowl, corner of Jones and Katie Gojmerac Eddv Street3, in San Francis- CO. The ladies Will begin mow- John Gojmerac ing down the maples April 17 Steve Yurcic and continue for upwards to 50 days. While coming to Northern ^arv Joseph Barkovich Anne Zlmmer Anne Karal Downtown ^V8B JJ Cubs 14 Cards 12 Giants .J 6 Individual Highs Tom Zajac 153-441 Walt Bedich ,...' 367 Jim Husnick .164 Fritzi Stiftinger «.r., r,£6 John pandža 146 Dot Chrnko 352 Kay Stiftinger ...j 144-339 Vic Zajac v...L..... 332 Annette Zajac .:.il51-321 Team Highs Cards 632-1755 Phillies 598-1639 Dorothy A. Chrnko, Sec'y. Page 12 JANUARY 1, 1958 er to display his or her talent, while a handicap system gives and Canada the sport of bowl-j all bowlers a fighting chance, ing is well under way by his,The events are: Senior dou time of the year and for ev- bles (men and women), Sen ery bowler the season will ior mixed teams, Senior sin have its ups and downs, ilsigles (men and women), Sen low points and its highlights ior mixed doubles, and Senior Here in Canada the climax all-events (men and women), to any successful season is in each instance prize money the CFU's annual 5-pin tour- and trophies will be awarded nament. This will be the to the top bowlers. twelfth running of this func-! in the junior division tion and no other annual there is mixed team com? The 5-pin tournament competition will be held Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26,1958. The actual bowling will take place at the beautiful Olympia-Ed ward Lanes, Toronto, with Lodge 650 of that city as petition with the top team, and top boy and girl bowl er, receiving beautiful tro phies awarded by the CFU Home office in Pittsburgh, which also pays the bowl ing lines of the juniors. We indeed hope we will have a stronger representa tion of our American breth ren this year. If you are in terested in entering the tour- tournament host. The victory banquet will be nament, address your corres- Contracting to remain in sec-j held the Saturday night of the! pondence to: Robert W. Ni ond. For Chulickš, Tom Dra- tourney at the Croatian Na- zich, 512 Prince Edward zicli. firing a 206-517 series tional Home on Dupont St. Drive, Toronto 18, Ontario, and John Kombol, with a 181-1 The tournament is com- Canada. The time to ac^ is 510 series, paced their team.'prised of numerous events to now, not next April. Emil Ivankovich, firing a 191-1 enable each and every bowl 561 series, and John Muich, with a 191-531 series, led -the Klaric quintet. WEST ALUS, W1SC. Mixed Handicap League December 16, 1957 W Saric'.a Insurance 25 Ben Day 24 Pintar Bar 22 Lodge 391 20 Lodge 261 13 Lodge 731 12 Jim Knaus 196-527 John Perinovjc 504 Steve Vukicti ...... Mary Seidle'r 186-506 Ann Thomas Millie Kuchan 178-496 Robert W. Nizich, Sec'y, I ALIQUIPPA, PA. Alcros Lodge 770 League December )4, 1957 XV Individual Highs Treys 26 Aces 22 Quad? 20 Deuces 16 Individual Highs Steve Turkovicto\,..*»^Mit...22?-491 John Jparancho 480 John Yatson ....194-477 John Danjanie 440 Gaorge Kalita 434 Josephine Knaus -131 !^Tary KatkicH ..v.^ Mildred Henderson 407 Team Highs Ben-Day .... 2137 Sarich Insurance 789-2121 Michael E. Papa, Sec'y. WELLAND, ONTARIO Lodge 617 League December 16, 1957 W L. Aces 26 16 Kings v 21 -21 Jacks 19 24 Queens 18 25 December 14, 1957 Pts, Slahlheb3i\s -. 35 Kozy Korner Canton. Pure Mjlk National Heating Nest 196 .: Average. Mary Barkovich 155 Janet Hucic 155 Lillian Cunjak, Sec'y. FARRELL, PA Croatian Athletic Cluh December 15, 1957 W Dodgers 21 Reds 19 Phillies 17 Church Quint Cinches John Half-Way Laurels Violet Diciem 155-344 Team High* Aces 2012 Treys 697-2000 Deuces 714 Josephine J. Prevish, Seo'y. CANTON, OHIO Lodge 511 League JOHNSTOWN, Pa. As the first half in the Lodge 5 Dux League is nearing its end, "Ace" Edward Cominskey, captain of the Baretincics, was in rare form as he pom melled the maples for a 244 611 total, his second 600 set of the season. Frank Kolar, that evening of December 20th, shot a 472 set while Helen Demko con tributed a 137-357 to the Mor ticians victory. The Lodge 5 team keglers were helpless as they dropped all three games to the Bare tincics, John Rozich being a bright spot with a 192-458 card, while Vic Farkas in two games hit them for counts of 209 and 161. The St. Kochus Church pinsters who only needed one win to cop the first half title took a 2-1 deci sion from the Pavich A u s e ents. Outstanding for the Church team was John "Chuck" Kolar who rolled a hefty 239 game in a 537 series. Capt. Farkas, jr. came through with 219-495 and Fritz Holtzman with a 187 460. For the last placc Pa-! vićhs, Steve Petrusic was high with a 197-460, being followed by John Fabina, 435 and Kay Spisak with a 128 337. Lodge 514 O'Clocl? Bar Ol^ Dutch Beer Individual Highs J. Comsia ...207-591 T. Cuglno 201-564 S. Bozurich 201-551 B. Gero 20.1-54 7 M. Zuzich .^40 M. Campbell 4S7 F. Comsia •4S'} M. Jacksich .. 4©9 H. Dl-ozda 409 Jacobs-Waltner 2273 Nest 196 ....825-2271 National Heating 828 flarriet Bozurich, Sec'y. AN IDEAL BIRTHDAY Or WEDDING GIFT! 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GJMSMfi QM If» SMiP +U, OVM* VdMWMStM Congratulations to the St. Rochus Church team, as the first half titlists, while the rest of us battle it out in the second half for a spot in the play-offs against you. EAST PITTSBURGH, PA. Lodge 141 League December 21, 1957 W Jays ..,,.,.,...272 17 Crows ...23Va 21'3 Buzzards ..22 23 Eagles .w...,,.... 17 28 Individual Highs John Pribanic 193-535 Joe Pribanic ..1^5-514 Helen Pribanic 199-444 Violet Stifura 413 Team Highs Crows 792-2062 Buzzards 712 Emil Sardoch, Sec'y. Would your Lodge, Nest or Central Committee like to stage a play for the benefit of its treasury? If interested write the Croatian Fraternal Union, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pa., for infor mation. Second Annual Buckeye State Classic Will Be Held Feb. 8-9 In Rubber City Lodge 472 Committees Start Planning For Championships And Social Affairs AKRON, O. Wc of CFU Lodge 472, being duly elected i to hold the Second Annual Ohio State Tournament, do hereby cordially invite you to attend this gala affair. This year's event will take place on Saturday, February 8, and Sunday, February 9, at Gran Alleys, in Akron, with our get-to gethers being held at the Croatian American Hali, 798 Grant St. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY CROATIAN FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA National Home Offices, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Penna. Telephones: MUseum 2-4470- 2-4471 SUPREME BOARD V. I. Mandich, Supreme President, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania Joseph N. Baždario. 1st Sup Vice President. 1907 So. Racine Ave.. Chicago 8, Illinois Milan Vranes, 2nd Vice President, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania Math Kovacevich, 3rd Sup. Vice President, 5137 West Blvd., Los Angeles 43, Calif. Joseph Bella, Supreme Secretary, 3441 Forbes Strest, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania John Ovcarich, Sick Benefit Secretary, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania Martin Krasich, Supreme Treasurer, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13. Pennsylvania Michael Grasha, Junior Order Director, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Penn«. Milan Skrtic, Trustees President, 147 -16th Street, Campbell, Ohio Sylvia Niksic, Trustees Secretary, 3396 Massachusetts Avenue, Gary, Indiana John J. Verbos, Trustees Member, 842 South 2nd Street, Steelton, Pennsylvania Julius Majetic. Trustees Member, 18037 Greeley, Detroit, 3, Michigan Nikola Boric, Trustees Member, 538 Slocum Street, Luzerne, Pennsylvania John R. Mikan, Trustees Member, Maple Street, East Rochester, Pennsylvania Nikola Hinich, Trustees Member, 2163 So. Kinnickinnic Avenue. Milwaukee 7, W|^ B«ard Alternates: Ivan Babich, Paul Perisich and Peter Glavota* HIGH TRIAL BOARD John Badovinac, President. Ill East 214th Street, Euclid 23, Ohio Stjepan Lipak, Secretary, 20923 Caledonia, Hazel Park, Michigan ol, Matthew Zvonar, Board-Member, 1281 Garfield Street, Denver C, Colorado Joseph Zalac, Board Member, 4420 Third Street, Versailles, Pennsylvania Ivan Bnjan. Board Member, 729 West 36th Avenue, Gary, Indiana Lawrence Delost, Board Member, 2955 Brevard Street, Pittsburgh 27, Pennsylvania Matthew Belanic, 9 Lincoln Avenue, Branford, Connecticut Board Alternates: John Reskovac and Michael Golub EDITORS ZAJEDNIČAR Philip Vnkelich, Croatian Editor, 3441 Forbes Street. Pittsburgh IS, Pennsylvania Stephen F. Brkich, English Editor, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania Edward B. Servov, Sixtlf Avenue and Sinclair Street, McKeesport, Pennsylvania MEDICAL DIRECTOR— Dri F. J. Arch, 616 Chestnut Street, Pittsburgh 12, Pennsylvania SPORTS-EDUCATIONAL DEP'T Prank Braidic, Director, 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania CHILDREN'S HOME— Nick D. Sarich, Superintendent, 1901 Potter Road, Des Plaines, Illinois Tomo Sipnsic, President,« 4509 Connecticut Street, Gary, Indiana Frank Krnairh, Secretary, 5746 South Paulina Street, Chicago 36, Illinois Joseph Saban, Board Member, Box No. 1 Crystal Lake, Illinois Luka Bionđic. Board Member, 3746 West 56th Street, Chicago, Illinois Josephine Ozbolt, Board Member, 913 North Clement Street, Jolift, Illinois Board Attentates: Philip Paolim Joseph Horvath and Fabian Markovich Dr. W. F. Jakopič, Home Doctor, 1817 South Loomis Street, Chicago, Đlinobi HONORARY John Klarich, Honorary Lifetime High Trial Board President, Youngstown, Ohio Rev. BosUJko Beka vac, Honorary Lifetime Member, Rankin, jtamsylvaiiia Mato Depeder, Honorary Lifetime Member, Chicago, Illinois Also if you can only get three members from your lodge you can recruit two members from another lodge. Each year we want this tournament to get bigger and better, so we need each and every one of our lodges to get behind us and push. We want to show the Home Office that we Ohioans can get on the ball the same as the other states that have been having tournaments for years. We also realize that some of the smaller lodges do not have enough members to have a bowling league of their-own, but we do know that all of the lodges have members that bowl in other leagues. So why friends and relatives, some of not get together with your whom you haven't seen for fellow lodge members and years. form a team to come to Ak- Ruth Lolich ron next year. Tournament Secretary We also want to extend our invitation to all of the lodge members to come to the ban quet and dance which we will hold on Saturday and Sunday. Here you will meet your Log of Society's Nat'l Tenpin Meets Year Tourney CMjr Toarnej- Hoat City 1935 Whiting, Ind. "Maywoodites", L. 799 .. Hammond, Ind. "Progress", L. 749 Chicago, 111. 1936 Chicago, 111., "Progress". L. 749 .^Chicago. 111. 1937 Gary, Croatian Sons and Daughters L. 727, Gary, Ind. 11938 Cleveland, O., "Pioneers", 663 Cleveland, O. 1939 Milwaukee. Wise., "Vanguards", L. 807 Milwaukee, Wis. 1940 Detroit, Mich., "Onyx", L. 717 Detroit, Mich, 11941 Hammond, Ind., "Maywoodites", L. 799 Hammond, IndL i 1942 Kalamazoo, Mich., "Happy Acea", 1», 823 Kalamazo® 1943 Chicago, 111., "Progress", L. 749 Chicago, 111. 1944 Chicago, 111., "Progress", L. 749 Chicago, III. [•1945* Cleveland, O.. "Pioneert"r Hammond, Ind. Detroit, Mich. HAMILTON, ONTARIO Lotile 644 Mixed League December 11, 1957 Pts. Angels- ^.^(*,..48 Bums ..46 Devils ......45 Saints ...43 Individual Highs 1946 Cleveland, O., "Pioneers," L. 663 Cleveland, O. "Sveti Nikola", L. 14 Cleveland, O. 1947 Chicago, 111., "Progress", L. 749 Chicago, 111. 1948 Buffalo, N, Y., "Lackawannas", L. 726 ..Lackawanna 1949 Milwaukee, Wise., "Vanguards", L. 807 .... Milwaukee 1950 Detroit, Mich., "Onyx", L. 717 Detroit, Mich. 1951 Chicago, 111., "Sloboda", L. 32 Chicago, 111. 1952 Cleveland, O., "Pioneers", L. 6&3 Cleveland, O. 1953 St. Louis, Mo., "St. Louis, Central Com." St. Louis, Mo. 1954 Detroit, Mich., "Zora", L. 351 Detroit, Mich. 1955 Chicago, 111., "Križari", L. 70 Chicago. III. 1956 Buffalo, N. Y., "Sacred Heart Fraternity" 557 Buffalo 1957 Cleveland, O. "Pioneers", L. 663 Cleveland. O. 1958 St. Louis, Mo., "St. Louis Central Com." .. St. Louis, Mo. Note: Tournament awarded to Cleveland, Ohio, in 1945, but World War II travel restrictions resolved it into a "Stay At Home Tournament" over three cities. ... Frank Braidic Vaul Markovich Joe Lisac Mary Herbolic ... Steffj- Myos .... Mary Majerovic Ann Parilac Angels Devils Joe Myos 238-619 John Majerovich 282-606 John Bratina, Secy.