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w U 7/ y' i"j/'!'- TKiJ ii'V.*,' i., night, they -j#- fmrmittMtt&vmfa L.u! 4 ladici fair who nosed Kn,r D- Ban» s- ot during tk? reeent I Page 12 m-mr %a\C anic$LT Score Hdep. 2705 3076 1803 1983 277 628 Hdep. Store 2220 2605 »91 1106 547 600 1529 1671 MAY 28, 1958 Entry 1163 1270 628 720 Joseph Fishter 81 547 Hdep. Score 2213' John Naglich, Sec'y. I 201 937 532 249 1742 704 399 158 £$*** jj ONTHE MlA 1 L-1 It v* \n\n MekEKSPORT Nest 37. top. 1«.")» CFU Jun ior Dux Tourney Champions. Leit to right: Matt Katic, CFU Supreme President V. I. Mandich, George Rendulic and John Turkaly. Missing when photo was taken are Wayne Brozovich and Marc Turkaly, who rounded out the victorious quint. Bottom panel, the CFU's 1958 Junior Dux Tourney Girls Doubles and Mew Secretary Takes South Chicago Office SO. CHICAGO, 111. This is to notify the members of CFU Lodge 948 that our sec retary resigned from her po sition at the regular meeting on April 15. After a detailed discussion the resignation was accepted and the undersigned consen ted to fill this official capaci ty for the remainder of this year. I kindly ask all Lodge members to cooperate with me by attending our regu lar sessions and keeping dues payments up to date. Our regular meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at the Croatian Home, 9618 Commercial Ave nue, beginning at 7 p.m. For the convenience of those who cannot attend the meetings, dues will be collec ted the first Saturday of each month, at 3501 E. 95th St., between the hours of 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. Misko Musa, Sec'y. 1544 E. 94th St. Chicago 19, 111. Phone BA. 1-0068 IT CAN'T BE BEAT TELL THE WORLD West Allis Pin Wars Kept Keglers On Run WEST ALLIS, Wise. i The following is a final ac counting of the C.F.U. Men's i Handicap League wherein the West Allis State Bankers won the 1958 championship. Two points behind going in to the final Now, for a few statistics that the weeks of bowling have egendered John Gud- A 2809 series earned the Pintar Barmen the team lau rels Milo's 8900-ers taking one game honr3 with a 974. the same teams reversed Hie meal waich caraa to hit the preveriti! Singles and Boys Single champs. Left to right: Linda Abramovic, htna Nest 21, and teammate Barbara Cain, who copped the Girls Doubles: George Rendulic. McKeesport Xest 37, who won the Boys Singles and also teamed up with Wayne Brozovich (not shown) to take the Boys Doubles. Joe Vinski, second from right, is a well known Etna sportsman. out the Milos 8900 Team by two points. The West Allis Bank aggre gation won 4 points from the Karlo vie Kocktailers while the Pintar Welcome Bar squad drubbed the Milos for 4 points. What a manner in which to win and lose a cham pionship lin with a 186 mark is the F. Turkovich, Lodge 66, Youngstown (Scratch) league's high average bowler. I High Series He also rolled the best triple, R. Stimac, Lodge 222, Granite City, 111. (Scratch) 665. and placed second with a 255 game, being tied with WOMEN'S DIVISION I Jack Walent for that honor. themselves for second place I R. M. Springmeier, L. 50, St. Louis, Mo. (Scratch) with 2725 and 939 totals. and served I11 Etna of the Croatian Fraternal Union's Annual Jun- Scratch and Handicap Champions MEN'S DIVISION live-Man Team Event Lodge 5, Johnstown, Pa (Scratch) Lodge 70, "Križari," Chicago, 111 423 Two-Man Team Event V. Kariolich-E. Eskra, L. 749, Chicago (Scratch) C. Magistro-J. Fishter, Lodge 5, Johnstown, Pa 144 Individual Event R. Stimac, Lodge 222, Granite City, 111. (Scratch) I. Lusicic, Lodge 50, St. Louis, Mo 126 All-Events F. Mataya, Lodge 50, St. Louis, Mo (Scratch) I. Lusicic, Lodge 50, St. Louis, Mo 378 High Single Game P. Chulick, Lodge 49, St. Louis, Mo (Scratch) Low Single Game Jack Walent and Larry Ro igutich, with 648 and 639 in that order, accounted for the 141, East Pittsburgh, Pa 645 other top triples. Two-Man Team Event Five-Man Team Event Lodge 50 Aces, St. Louis, Mo (Scratch) F. Grbcich-K. Grbac, Lodge 50, St. Louis (Scratch) M. Julian-A. Mrakovic, Lodge 70, Chicago, 111 225 Individual Event R. M. Springmeier, Lodge 50 St. Louis, (Scratch) M. Zuzich, Lodge 514, Canton, O 108 All-Events Lodge 167, St. Louis, Mo 387 High Single Game John Sarich M. Bielawski, Lodge 32, Chicago, 111 (Scratch) ior Dudqrin Tournament. Suiiice it to say that the youngsters licked their platter clean nnd returned to their home* weigh inga pound or so more. It was the biggest such meet in years. Part of the margin can be laid to the Pavichs being hob bled by illness and personal business. The St. Rochus keglers started off with an 815 game, the best of the match, and never were threatened thereafter. Angelo Milazzo, a new re cruit to the St. Rochus team in the second half race, stood out in this match with 199 534, the second best being Frank Sakmar, 499, who was in real contention for his bow ling trophy. The bright spot on the los ing team was Joe Mesnak, 182-188-184-554, who bowled his usual game and to whom, as a kegling veteran, this was 24th C.F.U. Tenpin Tournament May 15-16-17-18, 1958 St. Louis, Missouri Churchmen Clip Pavich Amusements To Emerge As Champs of Johnstown League Lodge 5 Shooters Among Surprises Of Nat'l Tenpin Tournament In St. Louis JOHNSTOWN, Pa. The necessary play-off between the Pavich Amusements and the St. Rochus Churchmen on May 9th saw the latter emer ging the 1958 Lodge 5 League champions by 312 pins. another of many competi tions engaged in. The Johnstown tenpin ners will set down to ban quet at 6:00 p.m., Satur day, June 7th, at the Cro atian Home, 610-612 Broad Street, Johnstown. Since this feting of the league champions was first planned the Johnstown tenpin star has risen as the result of the C.F.U. Tenpin Tourna ment in St. Louis. The male keglers of this league who could attend said event came back as the 1958 scratch champions Carmen Magistro and Joe Fishter as the men's doubles handicap champions and Charles No vosel and George Hajko, nine points behind them, as the runners-up. All this should lead the most stoic among us to be a bit more jubilant when this league banquets on June 7. -The Croatian Fraternal Union's 24th Annual Nat'l Tenpin Tourney Champs- E. M. Springmeier, L. 50, St. Louis, Mo. (Scratch) Low Single Game M. Blazina, Lodge 228, Lyons, 111 (Scratch) High Series R. M. Springmeier, L. 50, St. Louis, Mo. (Scratch) JUNIOR DIVISION BOYS Five-Man Team Event Nest 324, No. 1 Team, St. Louis Mo (Scratch) Two-Man Team Event S. Georgeff-D. Bridick, Nest 29, Granite City, 111. ...(Scratch) Individual Eveltti S. Georgeff, Nest 29, Granite City, 111. .. (Scratch) High Single Game R. Jakovac, Nest 324, St. Louis, Mo (Scratch) JUNIOR DIVISION GIRLS Five-Man Team Event Nest 55 Queens, Cleveland, O (Scratch) Two-Man Team Event J. Jakovac-N. Jovanovic, Nest 324, St. Louis, Mo. (Scratch) Individual Event N. Jovanovic, Nest 324, St. Louis, Mo. ..(Scratch) High Single Game N. Jovanovic, Nest 324, St. Louis, Mo. .. (Scratch) JOE FARRELL, Tourney Chairman, centcr, presenting CFU 1958 Junior Dux high game plaques to George Rendulic, McKeesport Xest 37, for his 189 solo, and Shirley Mateljan, Johnstown Nest 4, for her 134 singleton. Bot Frank Braidic, Director, Sports-Educational Dept. Trio Of Pitt Groups Plan Late June Fete PITTSBURGH C.F.U. Lodge 34, KSKJ Lodge 163 and Bratska Sloga will spon sor their Annual United Pic nic on Sunday, June 29, 1958, at the Croatian Center, Mill vale. This will serve as a friendly notice to all other societies, lodges, and various clubs in the vicinity, trusting that they will not schedule an af fair for that date. SOME OF the Etna, Pa., Lodge 4 and CFU Home Office "brass" which glistened during the recent running In that community of the Society's 1958 Junior Dux Tourney. Seated, left to right: L. 4 Sick Ccmm, Sec'y Helen Kusevich, L. 4 Recording Sec'y Katherine Trdina, Xest 21 Manager Rose Ann Cvitkovich, and L. 4 Treasurer Anna Broznick. Standing, usual order, L. 4 Silver Jubilee Tenpin Tourney In Youngstown In '59 May 10th marked the close of the second half with the Aces copping the title on a 31-14 basis, winning as they did nine straight at the close while the teams below them clawed at each other to the top team's advantage. Regular play ended with John Horwatt taking one game honors with a 230 rolled the final session to oust John Barancho, who had been holding down that spot with a 226. Joe Grasha came thru with a 211-562 in the final weeks to better John Barancho, 532, and John Yatson, 509 the pre vious highs. Jo Prevish struck her for mer stride in the la3t three bowling nights to fire a 203 510, the triple taking season's honors. Ann Thomas with a 222 holds forth in the one game field. Other top feminine tri tom panel, 1958 Junior Dux Tourney Girls Champions. Left to right: Joan Rendulic« Lois M. Brletic, Ellen Spalla, and CFU Jft Order Director Michael Grasha. Missing when pic was taken, Janet Zelic and Bernice Brletic. Aliquippa Keglers In Farewell To Pin Arms ALIQUIPPA, Pa. The Alcros Lodge 720 League had its season play interrupted for three weeks when the ARBDA Tournament took place at their home alleys, the Sheffield Lanes. This ne cessitated three sessions of bowling in May. We were glad to have Mr. and Mrs. John Yatson host such a tourna ment. ple highs are Ann Komar'« 489 and a 477 series by Ann Thomas. The top four, men and wo men, for individual average citation are John Barancho, 150 Joe Grasha, 142 John Yatson, 141 John Danjanic, 139 Jo Prevish, 132 Ar.n Ko mar, 129 Ann Thomas, 123 and Violet Diciero, 113. Josephine J. Prevish, Sec'y. The Good In Man Michigan's new Straits of Mackinac Bridge has a to tal length exceeding five miles and a center suspension span of 3,800 feet. It stands as one of mankind's greatest tri umphs over nature. Every Member Get A Member Prexy Mark Vinski, CFU Dux Tourney Committeeman Tony Delach, CFU Sports-Ed Director Frank Braidic, CFU Sup. President V. I. Mandich, L. 4 Sec'y Joseph Ruka Vina, L. 4 Sport* Club Sec'y Joseph Vinski, Dux Tourney Chairman Joseph Far rell, and CI"U Jr. Order Director Michel rash?.. The juvenile pin jamboree was the biggest such gathering in CFU history.