SPONSORED BY TRULY HARD SELTZER SAMUEL ADAMS DEX IMAGING
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A BIG TOURNAMENT IN THE BIG APPLE
Before there was the FIQ, there was the IBA, the International Bowling Association (not to be confused with the earlier American group of the same name). The IBA’s 4th International Bowling Championsh ...
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THE NINE PINS
Bowling has roots in Germany going back centuries. As is true today, bowling has long been among the most accessible sports for people of all ages and abilities. It is no surprise, then, that bowling ...
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BOWLING IN GERMANY WAS WUNDERBAR
Germany’s bowling history stretches back centuries. Even the bowling organizations there are over 100 years old! In 1935, the German Keglerbund celebrated their 50th anniversary. The organization was ...
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SPRECHEN SIE DEUTSCH?
The Deutsche Kegler- und Bowlingbund (DKB) is the governing body for bowling in Germany and is a member of the Federation Internationale des Quilleurs (FIQ). The organization dates back to 1884, meani ...
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GET A GRIP
Taking their name from a brand of vulcanized rubber, Ebonite International began as a manufacturer of rubber bowling balls and is now the parent company of several bowling ball brands. Ebonite was an ...
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WOMEN’S RECORDS IN CHICAGO
The 18th Women’s International Bowling Congress in Chicago drew 480 teams, 667 sets of doubles and 1,399 individuals from all parts of the nation. Erna Haufler and Billy Simon of San Antonio, Texas, s ...
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WIBC IN OKLAHOMA
The 22nd annual Women’s International Bowling Congress in Oklahoma City gave Oklahoma a chance to celebrate its female athletes as well as the state’s 50th anniversary as part of the United States. (O ...
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MYRTLE SCHULTE AS CHAMP OF THE WORLD
Myrtle Schulte of St. Louis, Missouri, was a mainstay of American women’s bowling for half a century. In 1931, she ran away with the singles and all-events titles at the Women’s International Bowling ...
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TOURNEY IN PEORIA
Keglers gathered in Peoria, Illinois, for the Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1933. Sally Twyford of Aurora, Illinois, was the “world champion individual bowler,” with a score of 1,765 point ...
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BIG MEET IN INDIANAPOLIS
For those unable to attend the 1936 American Bowling Congress’s world championship in Indianapolis, radio station NBC broadcast the tournament nationwide and five newsreel companies sent crews to docu ...
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