I don’t know how many are really familiar with our club By-Laws. What today encompasses our dance groups of any and all ages is outlined near the end of the document under Article XVII. The subtitle of that article is “Children’s Cultural Group.” This article includes six numbered by-laws outlining the purpose, function, and coordination … Continue reading No, We Don’t Have a “Kindergruppe.” by Michael Fricker
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German-Hungarians: UNITED as one Club, by Michael Fricker
For our club, being a dedicated part of the whole is not only freeing, but it has allowed continuity to flourish all together as one. There is a beauty in that particular kind of order.
“Progress” Will Continue
Michael N. Fricker editorializes on the history of communication of the German Hungarians, the legacy of the "Monthly Progress," and the redesign of this website, ughclub.us
The CHICOS, by Michael Fricker
This photo is from the first season (1939-40) that the Chicos played. These boys ranged from ages eight to twelve and are seen here with their coach and manager Mr. Ted Kereczmann. “There are many who will agree that his “Chicos” of the 30’s were the forerunners of our present-day junior soccer program.” (50th Anniversary of Sport and Soccer, History Section)
Hail to the Champs, 1965
Sunday, June 27, 1965 saw a dream come true – and in truly resounding fashion. Our lads gave Philadelphia its first United States Amateur Soccer Championship in more than thirty years when they completely demoralized Saint Ambrose S.C. of St. Louis, Missouri, the western finalists, and shellacked them 6:0 in the grand final of the National Amateur Soccer Cup matches.
A Progressive Move Forward by Ted Kereczmann
Theodore Kereczmann In placing this first issue of our “Monthly News” in your hands, we are entering a new and progressive era in our Club’s eventful history My interest during the past fifteen years, pertaining to sport and social activities, gave me ample opportunity to observe numerous inexcusable faults among our sections, as well as … Continue reading A Progressive Move Forward by Ted Kereczmann