Newspaper Page Text
John Kuzich and
inS for *°urney i a i as 'Our Favorite Recipes" c/o St. Joseph's P. T. A. Traže se zastupnici za originalni Importiranl Vlahov Bitt?rs (žeiudaćni lijek) tako i za dalmatinske likere: Maraskiii, Višnjak (Cherry Liquer), Pelinkovac, K ruš ko vac, Šljivovicu 1 Vino. P. N. MARDESICH CO. cjc the women' V John Muich, Sec'y. ^?u"^y' chairmen, the following: AKRON, OHIO 28th and year and would as J?® aee Mary Furae, Sec'y. Keglers Primed Irene 1 William Pfeiffer £l PRODAJEMO KARTE N» brodoT« I as art one 1» pat krmj 11 dopremiti rodbin«, lat Jemo ine«, 600 dinara ta ti- fzradjajerao apiie •Take vrsti i afidevlte u emlrrante. PRIMAMO NARUD8BE ZA PO KIXJN FA K RTE. Tony Miljak, Sec'y. J. Knez, VERSAILLES, PA. %ni£atticmx i^ary ^Bacon° •.m •r C. Kruzic 213-583 J. Bradich 553 J. Nemsick 204-522 E. Prodan 203-520 F. Zakaria 517 R. Glaza 511 FARRELL, PA. Texas a & 3 f. scores 7 1958.59 season, Sunday, Sep- Bowling 178-4401zidar CHICAGO, ILL. 469 Harriet Bozurich, Sec'y. pu^haid''"theiruČketo I. may 1 OA/THE -.-'SV'"'* v\ \n\n Kalamazoo. Chicagoans Hosted 1943 Tenoin Meet In Spite Of World War II Conditions Seriousness Of Times Dampened Spirits Of Many Who Attended Annual Tournament PITTSBURGH Chicago which hadn't catered to the Tenpin Tournament since 1936 had it in 1943 for its ninth running. Progress Lodge 749 had the pleasure of hosting this sports spectacle and chose the Southwest Bowling Alleys, 1659 Blue Island Avenue in Chicago over the May 14-16. 1943 weekend for the converging bowlers, whose ranks and thoughts were affected by the? then prevailing World War n. A vaunted team, the Slobo da Pros from Chicago Lodge 32 with 2832 pins took the men's team honors while Progress Aces of Chicago, this time with a 2723 pinfall, parlayed themselves into sec- In the Women's Division, the Pioneer Aces, Cleveland Lodge 663 team hit a champ ion stride for the first time since 1938 when their 2391 set a new tournament high and broke the existing record of 2265 posted by the Chicago Križari No. 1 women's team in 1940 at Detroit. The 1943 runner-up team was the Progress Bowierettes of Chi cago with a 2181 score. Rose Pintur and Mary Shu bat of Progress Lodge ak Lodge 859, her score be ing 508. Packing the most con sistent wallop, Ann Yurko vich of the Cleveland Pio neers in nine games totaled 1455 to take All-Events. ond place for the third time ond straight year, took sec- Their 1270 total being much higher than the second place I "»»8 The top Singles honor a- ^nd 23 women's. mong men went to Ed Barice vich of Summit, 111. Lodge 825 who chalked up 660 fall en pins. Max Micetich, a Pro gress Lodge bowler, was right behind with a 656 count. Max, The Magnificent Joe Mil os of Križari Lodge 70. Chicago showed his heels over a nine-game spread with an 1851 pinfall to take the All-Events. Max Micetich earned him self another second place hon or by mauling 1804 maples. The name of Max Micetich bobbed up again in the tour ney high game category of 259 which honor he shared with Stanley Mazurek of De troit's Onyx Lodge 717. The 680 Singles which Ed Barice vich of Summit II!. bowled also became the best m:ile individual series in this tournament. To the 1943 Chicago Sloboda Pros went the honor of rolling the best team game, a 1014. a 838 game for a new tourna- Chicagoans, incidentally, were ment team high game score. runncrs-up in the same cate- First Junior Entries gory the preceding year in recap of the events shows 61 teams entered, 38 men's The male ranks were cer tainly depleted by World War ITs, draft and pertaining fac tors. We had ail oddity hi this tournament that two sisters' teams, the Bujan's and the Martz's, both of Chicago par ticipated. The 1943 Tournament saw the first Juniors com petition in the match be tween the Strachan Koal Kids, a boys aggregation, being pitted against anoth er Chicago Junior group in the persons of Nest 322 girls. The old Zajednicars fail to state who won, but in frater- Circles this'docVnot mat- ter much. Far more important would be to have these peo-, ,. pie declare themselves today ia Mary Randich of Križari gQ Racjne Avenue in Chicago. Lod^e copped the Singles title with a 512 count, while thei runnerup spot was taken over by Violet Borchert, hailing from the Cleveland Zumber- By The St. Joseph's P. T. A. Gary, Indiana An unusual (,00k linok containing S97 foreign recipes of yesteryear! Exact measurements for the Price (inch postage) Rudolph D«hg, Detroit An I ton York, Cleveland Order Yours NOW from the Cook Book Committee, Z 4369 Conn. St. Gary, Ind. fervent C.F.U. workers and !certam'y There are other facets of the ninth Tournament that bear recounting here. April 24-25, 1943, unknow ingly in 1912 that it was the walked off with the women's Easter weekend, had been set Doubles title on 898 pins, the the tournament dates. second lowest such tourna ment score to take those hon ors. Another Chicagoan pair, Mary Randich and E. Stig-!35 secretary, lich from Križari Lodge 79 brunt of the amassed 880 pins to place sec ond. On The Distaff Side It was later changed to I IMPORTERS AND AGENTS 683 So. Santa Fe Avenue Los Angeles, Calif. Still Wide Open Race In Mound City League ST. LOUIS Led by Emil Ivankovich, firing the high game of the season with a 255 aiid a 570 series, the Chulick five on Sept. 16 took three games from John Stygar and Son. John Kombol assisted with a 213 single and a 560 series. For the John Stygar five, Nick Jercinovic threw a 173 494 series and John Muich had a 178-483 series. Battling their way into a tie for second, Lodge 50 grabbed three games from Ivancich and Brncic. For Lodge 50, Matt Buneta rolled a 202-532 series and Bob Potocnjak had a 165-491 Violet Borchert of Cleve land Lodge 859, for the sec-! series. For Ivancich and Brn in the tourney's history. ond place, her score improv-' 481 series and John Ivancich The doubles combo of ing from 1407 to a 1447. Ann had a 170-476 series. Matt Go- Yurkovich rolled 202-512 to Ban Tile, climbing slowly retta from Detroit's Lodge Post the single game and ser-1 toward first, took the odd 351 were crowned the men's ies tourney highs Mary Ran-' game from Fassi Tavern as Doubles chamos dich's Singles high of 512 tie- A1 Klarich totaled a 517 series I series honors pinfall of 1150 rolled by Eli! The women's champions of M?ricich and Joe Sinke from 11943, the Pioneers Aces, shot Chicago's Sloboda Lodge. The Mike Pavlich had a 171- with a 186 single and Steve Domijan had a 187-493 series. For the Fassi Five, Frank Jovanovic fired a 204 single and a 568 series and Paul Jo vanovic threw a 208-552 ser ies. field the In the Doubles even century mark was divi ded 67 and 33, respectively, between the male and female contestants and the 180 Sin gles by 131 and 49 in the same vein. Sudbury Keglers Set For Championship Run SUDBURY, Ont. With another bowling season on hand, the local C.F.U. citi zenry held their first meeting Sunday, September 7th at which new officers were elec ted and a set of by-laws and e u a i o n s i s u s s e e 1958-59 league execs are Miss Anne Badovinac, president Miss Rose Matijevich, vice president and Miss Mary Fu rac, secretary-treasurer. All C.F.U. members inter ested in bowling this season kindly take notice. There are still openings on the league roster and those desiring to be a part of this C.F.U. Lea gue should please contact Anne Badovinac at OS-3-5337 at once upon reading this no tice. You can also enroll by coming to the Uptown Bowl- ing Alleys on Elm Street, Progress Lodge arranged activity should please leave an appropriate Victory Ban- his name at the lodge club quet at the Sokol Hall, 1907 room bulletin. Progress Lodge again was awarded the Tourna ment for 1944, the central location no doubt being a factor. Electd for office in 1944 were Charles Verbanic of Lackawanna as chairman, Joseph B. Rady, the tourna- ment secretary and as vice- Cook of today. .. SePtember Lodge 472 Mixed League September 6, 1968 Pts. Lolich Bar B-Q 4 Action Shirts 3 Wells Dist. Co. 3 CFU No. 472 3 Dunn & Quigley 3 Burger Beer 2 Gran Alleys .* 2 Twin ConstructlQn 2 Tony's Bar 2 A. C. E. Transportation Qo 1 Old Dutch Beer 1 P. O. C. Beer 1 Croatian Club Bonfiglio's Bar 0 Individual Highs Frank Marzich 209-549 Tony Donofrio 548 Joe Lolich ..«....s209-535 Marian Marzich 490 Ruth Lolich 188-467 Anna Lolich :L 418 Team Highs lolich Bar B-Q 655-1893 Action Shirts 1749 Burger Beer 647 at 1:00 P.M. We are looking forward to in 1959 at Youngstown tournament bowlers. This goes also for the adult bowlers of 1943 who fif teen years later c£n still tote a bowling ball. Back To Chi In 1944 each and every C.F.U. bowler and would-be bowler at the league opener. It's not only a lot of fun, but also a good way to keep in .shape, (and it's not only girls that worry a bout that). Conway Circuit Champing At Bit For Opening Gun May 14-16, 1943. Irene Tobin! CONWAY, Pa. CFU as chairlady, and Joe B. Rady, Lodge 540 is forming a mixed carried the!league for the forthcoming tournament! bowling season. Any member work. wishing to participate in this Better still you can con tact William Pfeiffer at UN 9-9070 who is one of a group undertaking to canvas the lodge member ship for reviving this intra lodge form of weekly as sociating. League bowling was slated to officially start September 21st, 2:00 P.M„ at the Im perial Bowling Lanes in Con way. Do let us hear from you Tobin, Chicago and William Woss, Gary. Frank Braidic order that we may launch the season with the largest number of teams possible. National Shipping Express 000 Woodward Ave., Room 709 DETROIT 86, MICHIGAN Uredovni «ati I do 7, »abotoat do GRANITE CITY, ILL. Velebit Lod^e 222 League September 12, 1958 W Deuces 7, Quints 6 Quads S 4 Sixes 4 Treys 4 Aces 4 5 Individual Highs Sam Naglich 247-641 Joe Minkowski 237-631 John Tarasovich 627 Frank Derner 586 Rudy Štimac ». 573 John Billich 252-569 Team Highs Sixes ....4...^. 930-2608 Deuces „4. 893-2600 Sec'y. Lodge 146 Ladies League September 12, 1958 W Sweet Peas Pom Poms Page 12 September 24, 1958 Croatian Fraternal Union Tenpin- Duckpin -Five Pin Bowling League Standings Mums Daisies St. Louis Ladies Out To Reap Prize Awards Offered By Committee ST. LOUIS, Mo. The Greater St. Louis CFU Bowl ing League has been under way now for four weeks and it has brought out the best in some of us. I wonder if the $5 that our e n a o i e e a w a s the high single game bowler of the week could have any thing to do with the nice games we have had. The Central Committee also generously awards $10 to anyone coming up with a 230 or better game. This stands for the men as well as for the women. Marie Juras was a winner with a 217 and yours truly, Jeanette Manestar, came up with 190 to earn $5.00. Bess Tatlock is the only one to win with Bess Tatlock shot 518 the Next in line is the Barn and Scraps tied for second and third places with 6 wins and 6 losses. Lodge 50 brings up the rear with 5 wins and 7 losses, but just one good week would make them top con tenders agaio Individual Highs Team Highs Golich Morticians 933-2606 Volta Battery 858-2466 Adam Soich, Sec'y Lodge 705 Mixed League September 9, 1958 W Notre Dame 3 Pitt 3 Yale 0 Penn State 0 3 Ohio State 0 3 Individual Highs Carl Hideg 172-494 Jack Zjac Etna Junior Circuit To Start Operations On Sunday, Sept. 28th ETNA, Pa. Clarioned by word of mouth and by top billing among Etna C.F.U. members the Nest 21 Bowling League will inaugurate its second season at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, September 28th. As last year, the Etna Lanes located at 15 Free port Street, Etna will be the scene ot this Juniors' activity. Punctuality, especially at a league opener, being so im portant we urge all Junior keglers and their parents to make note of not only the date but the time also. Needless to say that the parents are welcome as score keepers and fans for in a so ciety such as the Croatian Fraternal Union, that which more than once of 181 and 192. There have been quite a few scores worthy of men tion, for instance, Frances Grbcich's totals of 480 and 191-503. Marie Juras came up with 494 on the same night she rolled her 217. On the same night Mary Novakovich roUed 469. I Bowling League opened its interests the children also at tracts the parents, and "vice versa". Joseph Farrell Buffalo Pinsters Set For Tremendous Season BUFFALO, N. Y. The Jtoy ltottch, Jr. Itoyrid followmg week to set the sea- tember 14th, at the Rung's son high. Jeanette Manestar totaled 508 with the previous mentioned game of 190 and the same night Agatha Jo vanovic rolled 455. As for the team stand ings, there are but two games separating the top from the bottom. Vlatko vich's Market has top po sition with 7 wins and 5 losses. Academy. A large turnout of old members and many new members had a good time knocking down pins and greeting old and new Mends. Here's hoping the year a head will be good, active, and lots of fun for all our bowl ers. Ann Barilec, Scribe Cleveland Lodge 403 Shapes Banquet Plane CLEyELAND, Ohio This is to give advance notice that CFU Lodge 403 will stage a Banquet and Dance on Sun day, October 26, in Brown's Home Office Faithful Organize Dux Circuit PITTSBURGH, Pa. In conjunction with the sports activities of our organization, the CFU Office Employees have organized another bowl ing league which will meet every Wednesday evening, at the Strand Bowling Alleys, in the Oakland District of Pitts burgh. Vegetation will be the team names with the following em ployees numbered among the participants: Frank Braidic, Martin Krasich, Dr. F. J. Arch, Rita Cvetas, Johanna Rupcic, Edward Rupcic, Fran ces Matijaca, Joseph Grgu rich, Eleanor Francetic, Ann Pavlic, Cornelia Pichler, Bo- Trudy Mary Roper 410 Zorka Evankovich 406 Team Highs Sweet Peas 670-1850 Pom Poms 648-1750 Marlene Butler, Sec'y. Chicago So. Side len'a League September 14, 1958 ... W Francis Tavern .... 5 1 Fran's Service .*% 1% Volta Battery u 3% 2y2 Golich Morticians 3 3 Team No. 8 3 3 Byrnos Plastering 2 4 Bogetich Florists 2 4 Team No. 2 1 5 Vuckovic, Tony Abra- novich, Mary Abranovich, Ann Marie Segina, Joseph Spehar, John Kuklish, Car olyn Sklopan, Lenore Zvonko vich, Nick Spudich, Mary Louise Pecak, Tony Brajdic, Mrs. F. J. Arch, and Joann Skolas. The officers elected to guide this year's duckpin ses sions are Tony Brajdic, Chair man Carolyn Sklopan, Sec retary, and Joseph Grgurich, Treasurer. Ten Teams In Fold As Canton Loop Sets Sail CANTON, Ohio Lodge 514 keglers are back at it again. There were ten teams answering to the opening bell Saturday, September 13th. i For such a night there wete but three hot-shots but once 0 the others unlimber, they too will maul the pins. John Comsia on the Lodge 514 team hit 192-248-176-616, which isn't too unusual for him and his 189 average of last season. Joe NovocttS 402 Steve Kapsa 151-398 Rose Butchko ................ 158-437 Fran Wasko 409 Fran Robich 168-406 Dot Zajac 378 Team Highs Notre Dame 714-1919 Texas A. & 682-1908 Dorothy A. Chrnko, Sec'y., Then we had Steve Ruka vina of the Canton Pure Milk team, which ended in last place the past season, better ing his individual status (133 average) by bowling 178-145 233-556. Our pretty blonde, Helen Berchin (who only subbed last year) with a 128 aver age rolled 129-181-179-489. Her efforts the opening night bolstered the Ish for Sheriff squad lot. Needless to say that the bowling activity within the lodge has sparked an interest that otherwise would not be with us. The league in addition to its bowling is also predicated to a few social events during the season to thus round out a well rounded program. Con sideration is given to a mem ber during sickness or hospi talization. In the past years, the Lodge 514 League members were not beyond participating in inter-lodge matches for the purpose of kicking up an ad ditional interest, at home and abroad. Tavern Hall, 5211 Harvard Avenue. The Merrymaking will begin at 4:00 p. m., and dinner will be served at ap proximately 6:00 or 7:00 p. m. Details about the dance will appear later. Those who have not yet Home Office Sets Rules, Regulations Governing Sanctioned Bowling Leagues Sports-Educational Department Primed For Biggest Pin Year In CFU's Annals PITTSBURGH, Pa. Each year, prior to the start of the season itself, we make known the Society's bowling policy. To the majority of our CFU league perennials, this is but a refresher. However, to those con templating bowling in their CFU community, the infor mation could serve as the impetus to their organizing. Unchanged to the extent of 99% as the bowling league policy has been over the past few years, it ia reaffirmed here. We publicize it here in the columns- of the "Zajedničar" with the sincere hope that, as a clipping, it will serve the individual CFU bowler in bet ter acquainting him or her with another facet of the Croatian Fraternal Union. The 1958-59 C.F.U. bowling league policy follows: Definition Of League Any Lodge or Nest group composed of four (4) or more teams of five (5) or more members organized for the purpose of conducting Tenpin, Duckpin or Five Pin activities in the United States or Cana da and bowling weekly dur ing a set schedule of at least twenty (20) weeks will be recognized by the Croatian Fraternal Union as a league. Such league (s) will upon proper application to the CFU Sports-Educational De partment for official sanction and compliance with the rul ings set forth by the Depart ment be eligible for champ ionship trophies and awards as may be made available. Application for official sanction shall be made by a prescribed form over the proper signatures of duty elected league officials within sixty days after the league has started function ing. This application shall in clude a complete list of each bowler on each tea and a copy of the league constitu tion and by-laws. Non-Members Ineligible No league not comprised entirely of members from CFU Lodges and Nests will rate sanction.. A league failing to qualify in this respect and failing tc report its sessional results regularly will be ineligible for trophies and awards, and in the case of Nest leagues for financial aid also. The Croatian Fraternal Union will pay the sum of ten cents ($.10) per game to each Junior, boy or girl, who rolls in a C.F.U. sane tioned league or on a sane- obtain them from the Lodge Committee and other mem bers of Lodge 403. IS YOUR ZAJEDNIČAR REACHING YOU? If your address on the front page of this issue of The Zajedničar is incorrect, kindly fill in the form below and mail to Home Office Cut off your address tag on front, paste or pin hec* Forward To: The ZAJEDNIČAR 3441 Forbes Street First Nam« Middla Initial Last Name Your Lodge Number New Street and Number State or City Province said team with trophies or suitable awards. The number of individual trophies or awards to league champions in such a case will fce limited to eight (8). Lea gues which wish to forego a team trophy for runner-up in dividual trophies or awards will be limited to five (5) each individual champion and runner-up trophies. Engraving on the above trophies is to be limited to (a) the name of the Croa tian Fraternal Union (b) the name of the league and (c) the name of the Lodge, the Nest, or the numerical designation as the case may be. A n y a i i o n a o i e s than here stated or additional engraving other than afore mentioned will have to be S, borne by the league desiring same. Emblems Are Available There will be no trophies to men, women or Juniors, forthcoming for individual high averages, individual one or three game high scores rolled for the season. An embroidered official C. F. U. emblem, furnished each bowler at no expense, shall be worn conspicuously by each bowler—member of a CFU sanctioned league. e o a i a n a e n a Union never obligated itself to compensate any of the bowling league officials, mer itorious as their work is. Must Report Regularly The results of each week's bowling shall be reported to the Sports-Educational De partment with an accompany ing article for publication in the "Zajedničar" as space permits. f. Failure to report the bowl ing sessional results even twice a month and continued laxity after being reminded by this Department, and this fact then reported to the Advisory Council, could be the basis for a penalty of withholding their right to trophies and awards furnish ed by the C.F.U. These rulings, which time and experience have mellow ed for the best interests of the Croatian Fraternal Uni on, plus any additional deci sions made necessary by the occasions, will constitute the general policy for the 1958-59 CFU bowling season. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. Every Member tioned Nest Independent team. The Director of this De partment will authorize this reimbursement twice each season and only upon proper certification by the alleys proprietor and the league sec retary or Nest Manager that the Junior members had bowled the games claimed. Question Of Trophies e o a i a n a e n a Union will furnish the league champions with a team tro phy and the individuals on Get A Member Pittsburgh 13, Penna.