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E.I<p></p>Entry series. games AmJI!.* t-i (series i 1.1 i 1 I i CvllCCS \JtL Uvlvll tough i which they scored almost GEO. I. CELINSCAK (0f Ann Rukavi ^th her 95 average hit 174-120-121-415, w Harriet Bozurich, SjSec'y. ST. LOUIS, MO. Tom Antolcicli '....'i.i.230-580 Steve Evashavik 577 Emil Sardoch 54 5 Jo9 Pribanic 505 Steve Antolovich 202 I Mary Hydock, Sec'y. m«. S-ai&dnicat SUDBURY, 24 TSmv Duckpin (doubles, nine r— 8 11 16 25 373 371 336 330 Ruth E. Zofchak, Sec'y. PRODAJEMO KARTE iN* brodova I li« ari ose xs put i krmj I u dopremiti rodbinu. itljfmt o e e, HM dinara za $1. Izradjnjemo «pl«e Brak« vrati I afldrvlte ca emirraate. PBIMAMO NAB1TDŽBE ZA PO KLON PAKETE. 19% George Celizic Miami, Florida \n\n January 6,1959, Is Deadline For 10th Annual Hoosier Sweepstakes Host East Chicago Lodge 154 Members Lining Up Social Schedule For Feb. 1st EAST CHICAGO, Ind. Now that the indoor sport of bowling is in full swing once again, we of "Holy Trinity" Lodge 154 of this city are re minding the bowling frater nity that the 10th Hoosiers' Sweepstakes is set to take place Sunday, February 1st, 1959, in East Chicago, Ind. This is the best pre-tourney It behooves you therefore to get your teams aligned fpr this day, the deadline, January 6, 1959, which will creep np fast enough. We know that you will find the Sweeper to your liking. Those who have participated in any of the previous nine Those lpdge teams that have not as yet bowled in this Hoosier event should act Leading the Fassis were Hubie Domijan, shooting a 234 single and the high three of the evening of 588, and Šlats Zupan, having a 217-5651 By The St. Joseph's P. T. A. f^ary, Indiana An unusual Cook Book containing 897 foreign recipes of yesteryear! Exact measurements for the i Cook of today. Frfca (incl. postage) $2.25i "Order Yours NOW from the took Book Committee, Z c/o St. Joseph's P. T. A. I 4404 Washington St., Gary, Ind.' Please list me as a Foundation Supporter Nap* Lodge No. Full Address Inclosed find my check, or money order, for $. event in the Midwest and one this emporium will seat this game on November 22nd, one which last year attracted a event. The Sweepstakes as its record entry of 46 teams, 28 predecessors will carry both jng reported. men's and 18 from the worn- the ABC and WIBC sanction. Stiscak, 5623 Homerlee Avenue, Ep,st Chicago, Ind., or by phoning EXport 7-7817. Chulicks and Fassis Out To Challenge Lodge 50 For Right To St. Louis Roost Heal Donnybrook In Making As Battle For Leadership Begins To Wax Hotter ST. LOUIS With Tom' cich threw a 187-489 series Drazich firing a 183-514 ser-j to lead the Ivancich and ies and John Krsul assisting^ Brncic five. with a 193 single and a 503 For the Ban Tile team, series, the Chulick five tied Steve Domijan had a 163-453 for the St. Louis CFU Men's ^^ŠJ^^iohnstown Juniors In Antonich, throwing a 156-437 Joe Rivich, President Lodge 154 League lead by winning two 1154 single and a 427 series, games from Lodge 50. John Muich, Sec'y. Jack Juras, having the high and Frank Ban shot a City Basketball Loop series, were high for the Lodge 50 five. Also closing in on the leaders were the Fassi Tav ern quintet as they won two games from John Sty gar and Son team. JOHNSTOWN, Pa. The City Junior Basketball Lea gue opened November 24th with the defending champion Pepsi Billiards routing Wood vale 74-44 and the C.F.U. No. 5 entry finding it even easier against American Legion, the league new entry, 64-24. The Croatians after a first quarter pulled away in the opening test. For the John Sty gar five, it' was Nick Jercinovic throw inga 203-579 series and Jerry Frank Sartiano, Ed Ii kesic and John Tomljano vic all scored in the double figures, Sartiano leading with 17 tallies. Muich firing a 190 single and a 482 series. By sweeping three Make All Checks, Money Orders, Payable To CROATIAN FRATERNAL UNION The best quarter for the from the B?.n Tilers, Ivancich Legion team was the final and Brncic moved jnto a con-iin tending spot only three games their 24 points. Inei from the top. ,'George Ivancic, finally getting rid of his "water ball," h?.d a 179 single and a 496 series and John Ivan- Canton Lodge Keglers Veto East Pitt Safari When Storm Belts Area with 19. Two players from last year's team, George Mikesic |and Dave Roman, are out of league play having cast their I lot, scholastic rules, with the :Johnstown High School., Edward Mesnak, Sports Dir. Tamburitza Instruments for Junior and Professional Players Made by 1309 W. North Avenue N. S. Pittsburgh S3, Pa. Croatian Fraternal Union of America Scholarship Foundation, Inc. SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, INC. a n a i o Foundation Treasurer Martin Krasleh ml Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh IS, Penna. CANTON, Ohio Except pronto to indulge in this as- for Flo Comsia joining Har sociation for the first time riet Bozurich for the season's and definitely often there-1 high game of 186, there have after. been no changes in the sea- This wonderful event based sonal individual high scores, along fraternal as well as We are glad though to report sports lines will be held at the that some of the mediocre East Chicago Recreation, 527 averaged have had reason to West Chicago Avenue in East' be jubilant. Chicago, Indiana, making it Rose Pujazon with an av ithe fourth straight time thatjerage of 101 bowled a 165 Keep the date in mind and do watch the Zajedničar for Sweeper entry blanks will be mailed to the area lodges that were entered last year. Thev can also be had from will vouch for this and stand ,, tournament secretary George poised to tell you of the swell i U time that is in store for those! attending. the two sessions here be- hich also made her happy. more information about the Sweeper and Dance which fol lows that same evening. Frank Paro, possessor of the male high series, 628, a gain shot well with 232-627. Rose bowls with the Na tional Heaters, Ann with the Ish for Sheriff, as does Frank Paro. It appears that the deputized keglers, Kukavina. Paro and Dun fee, all did well. The November 29th session failed to show any spectacu lars, the best of the lot being F. Bozuric, 234-534, Frank Paro, 541 and Flo Comsia posting the second straight sessional high in 462. The Lodge 514 League bowlers certainly hated to miss their scheduled match in East Pittsburgh with Lodge 141 and the Keyston ers testimonial banquet to their tournament champs. We Cantonites hated chancing going and maybe getting snowed in over there. Greater St. Louis Women's League December 5, 1958 W Vlatkovich 29*2 18^ Scraps 24 Lodge 50 23 25 The Earn 19 28 Individual Highs Jeanette Manestar 188-487 Kate Grbcich 466 Sis Ahal 192-430 i Frances Grbcich 429 Marcella Ban 425 Marie Juras 192 Team Highs Scraps 1991 Vlatkovich Market ....695-1937 The Barn 718 Jeanette Manestar, Sec'y. EAST PITTSBURGH, PA. Lodge 141 League December 4, 1958 W Orioles 22 1-1 Bluebirds 21 15 Crows .10% 16H Sparrows 17 19 Robins 14% 21% Cardinals 14 22 Individual Highs ., ., Kassy Sarđoch .......170-428 dentally, it Wtt also our best Barbara Chadonic .....163-410 Betty Antolcich 387 T©am Highs Bluebirds 777-2244 Crows 2237 Sparrows 792 ON TARGET FACE THE SHOT Probably more shots at gam* ar« missed because of poor foot ing than any other reason. Be sure of firm footing for the pivot foot so that you are pre pared to face the shot when it appears. Practice occasionally with gun in hand to face a shot anywhere in the Immedi ate front. Duck shooters can practice by arising from a chair, gun in hand, with the pivot foot in position to re ceive the weight and preserve balance. Mid-Season Pin Tourneys Will Follow Holidays Also a funny incident happened November 16th. Both Helen Rain and Mary Furac did a wonderful job of blowing practically a whole game by that, I mean eight frames out Of ten. Page 12 DECEMBER 17, 1958 IN ANCIENT BRITAIN, mistletoe was sacred enemies made a truce when they met beneath it. Here, in this old woodcarv ing, you see one of tha gay blades of yesteryear making a "bussing truce" with' a sweet youni* thing he happened to meet under the mistletoe. The gentleman at the extreme right seems to b? taking a dim view of the Yuletide proceedings. Ink Spots At Helm of Sudbury League As First Round of Play Is Completed Mike Halovanic and Mary Hreljac Tops In Circuit's Individual Average Dep't. ont. with the first series over we find that the local CFU League Ink Spots are on top with 50 points. Congratulations to all the team members. We've had a good time during the first series and the teams are im proving with every meeting. i Bess Tatlock 428 Rose Vose still holds both highs, 376 and 777, in the Wo men's Division and deserves a pat on the back for her im proved bowling tiki year. Keep it up. We believe the four pin was glued to the alley because it just wouldn't fall down. The fair sex members are proud of Mary Hreljac's 207 average and in the other brac kets consider themselves pro portionately good with Mary Furac showing 184, Anne Ha lovanic, 181, and Helen Rain and Anne Primorac tied at 177. Mary Furac, Sec'y. Conway Lodge 540 Bowling Fraternity Preparing For West Penn Dux Sweeper Centrally Located Beaver Valley Bowl Scene Jan. 24-25 of Duckpin Conclave PITTSBURGH, Pa. The singles, doubles and mixed C.F.U. West Penn Sweepstakes which previous runnings has made mid-season visits to a number of the metropolitan districts will reach its tenth milestone ere long, the official entry at the Beaver Valley Bowl, 25 New York Avenue in Roches ter, Pa., over the January 24 25 weekend. Its staging there comes af ter we tried to have Lodge 304 of Ambridge, Pa., host same in their community in as much as they often parti cipate in C.F.U. sports events. Having declined we turn ed to Conway Lodge 540 vyhich regularly has backed C.F.U. sports undertakings. Their lodge home being but three miles distant on Route 88 from the Beaver Valley Bowl, and aware of the help ing hand and social phase re quired in conducting a Dux Sweepstakes, they accepted the toga of hostShip and inci dentally this for the first time. We have every reason to, believe that this mid-season classic, catering as it does strictly to men and women in will reach its usual heights of interest in the C.F.U. duckpin realm. Meanwhile we ask you make note of the dates and blanks from the C. F. U. Sports-Educational De a t ment to all 1957 and 1958 participants will be on their way. Until the event has taken place the reminder should read Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon, January 24-25, 1959, C.F.U. 10th West Penn. Dux Sweepstakes at the Beaver Valley Bowl in Roch ester, Pa. Frank Braidic CLAIRTON, PA. CFU Ladies League December 4, 1958 W Diamonds 22 Spades 19 Hearts 14 Clubs 5 Basketball Teams Can Merit Home Office Aid If Properly Organized PITTSBURGH, Pa. This is to officially announce that Lodge or Nest teams that have organized for the 1958 59 basketball season which began December 1, 1958, will have upon application to the C. F. U. Sports-Educational Department be eligible for an a o i a i o n o s e v e n y i v e dollars. The play throughout the season must be sustained and can be either independent or league competition. Under no conditions is this to be construed that a team organized solely for a tournament participation will be eligible. We are of the opinion that carrying the Lodge or Nest stand ard throughout the season merits consideration in a greater degree. As seasonal play eventually culminates in a tournament, many of our basketball en I thusiasts already have set their sights on the C. F. U. Basketball Tournament tak ing place in Steelton, Pa., in March of 1959. In leading to said Tourna ment, we suggest that basket ball activity of the four month period, abbreviated as it is, be given full coverage in the Zajedničar. To publicize such activity in your Lodge or Nest we have forms available at the Depart ment which can be had for the asking. Your reporting, which is one of the prerequisites for the team appropriation eligi bility, can do much in bring 'ing to the foreground basket ball play within the Croatian Since then the two have Fraternal Union even before improved as Helen bowled a 290 game the week after and two weeks after that Mary bowled a 300. Mike Halovanic holds down the best male average in 207, others being Wally Saftic, 197, John Pavacic, 194, Tony Minerich, 192, and Steve Va lich 192. it gets to the tournament level. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. DETROIT, MICH. Detroit Mixed League December 7, 1058 Hula Hoops 36 Va Five Foxes ....34 22 Has Beens 34 22 Itchs 33 23 Happy Nines 32 24 Cros 31 25 Real tigers 31 25 Dreamers 28 28 Fighting Five ......28 28 lifetime Upholstery L.28 28 Jolly Five 27 29 Orphans 26 30 Sandbaggers 26 30 Bloopers 25 31 Yo Yo'a 23 33 Jo Jo's 22 34 Stinkers .........20y2 35^ Guardian Angels 19 37 Individual Highs John Tonkovich 258-658 Nick Hecimovich 800 Ray Filipiak 585 John Serafinski 575 Rudy Perpich i 572 Rudy Pavkovich 568 Andy Dellach 230 Mickey Kurepa 185-501 Ginny Koss 483 Rose Marie Burick 468 Jean Devich 461 Helen Hecimovich 168-458 Team Highs Has Beens 863-2408 John Kosovec, Vice Pres. Individual Highs Anna Mae Kukich Evelyn Liptak Ruth Zofchak Louise Testoni Helen Milas 139-316 Laura-Bolcic 314 Team Highs i, Diamonds 529-1465 Spades 506-1427 National Shipping Express 600 Woodward Ave., Room 09 DETROIT 26, MICHIGAN Credoml aatt I do 7. bo torn do S Cleveland All-family Tournament Will Be Held Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 7-8 Saturday, Jan. 10, Entry Deadline For Second Running of Unique Pin Gathering CLEVELAND, O. From now until Saturday, January 10, (that's the deadline for entries to the 2nd Annual C.F.U. All-Family Bowling Tournament in Cleveland) we'll be drumming up inter e s o n e s e a e s o i s I local ten pin get-together. It's closer than you think and before you know it Feb ruary 7 and 8, the two big days of this maple .firing, will be staring you squarely in your eyes. Two squads will begin action on Saturday, Febru ary 7, the first beginning at 12:30 p.m., at Grdina Rec reation, 6019 St. Clair Avenue. Two squads are al so scheduled for Sunday, February 8, in order to handle the huge entries ex pected for this tourney. If needed, added shifts will be scheduled depending on the entries. However, the most important item is that no entries be accepted after the above deadline date. Immediately after the ter mination of all bowling, a banquet is scheduled for Sun day evening, February 8, in the Croatian Home, lower St. Clair Avenue, beginning at 6 p.m. As a final reminder, now is the time to plan to partici pate in this tournament. We hope to have entry blanks a vailable very shortly and for further information why not stop some Saturday after noon at Grdina Recreation and at the same time see some of our future ten pin stars in action. The Junior League bowling begins at 12:30 p.m., and I'm sure that many of the senior keglers and has-beens could afford a few pointers from the "pee wee" bowlers. We hate to scare away any adult kegler from the coming Tournament but we will pub lish a few bowling scores, bowled by the juniors at their November 22 session, that are nothing to sneeze at. This writer will report weekly high scores in the coming pages of the Zajed ničar and it is hoped that this will serve as an incentive to more of our Cleveland CFU! juniors. ProbatHy the biggest noise at the November 22 session came from St. Nicks quintet of Zumberak Nest 62 when a nice team single of 696 game was posted. Jovial Dick Derov paced the way with his 161-468 and was supported by Linda Smicklas's 192 game in which she rolled a four bagger for her highest game in the short career to date. Judy Bilicic, the cake-bak ing whiz, came through with a creditable 165-449 and not to be outdone, her sister, Bonnie, rolled her highest of her life, two 138 games in a 398 set. Judy and Bonnie are daughters of Ann and Frank Bilicic, always active CFU members. There was another family act as John Fuduric shelled 187-514, while his little sister, Linda, bowling for the first year, sported a big grin with her nice 165 game. Young John Skorich, whosei parents Sally and John have been rocketing pins for a number of years, blasted 201 in an even 500 set. Robert. Kleps also was in the groove with his 149-393. Nice going kids and let's hope this writer has a longer list of names to report on Jtt the next issue of the Zee. VERSAILLES, PA. Lodge 146 Men's League December 8, 1958 W Pavlecic Bakery 26 Hadad Flower Box 21 i Bull Run Packing 20 Erlcman Texaco 18 Pavlic Funeral Home 17 I Pausic Distributors 16 Megala Sports 14 Secllock Tavern 12 Individual Highs Jack Puhala 188-473 Pete Yonkovich 463 Thomas Mendish 439 John Puhala 436 Steve Pavlic 436 Edward Kercell 188-434 Team Highs Pavlic Funeral Home 713-1937 Pavlecic Bakery ... 663-1920 John F. Puhala, Sec'y. 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