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"1946" - 4 Total Result(s)
ANDERSON’S HAND RAIL
After an injury blinded Bob Anderson, he began developing techniques for bowling while blind. Anderson was guided by the principle that recreation could help the blind feel more connected to a world t ...
CATHERINE FELLMETH INSTRUCTOR TO THE STARS
Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) champ Catherine Fellmeth showed bandleader Jonny Long the correct form for holding a bowling ball. And she should know! Fellmeth was a star of women’s bow ...
A PINSPOTTER PIONEER
American Machine and Foundry (AMF) was founded in 1900 and began manufacturing bowling equipment in the 1930s. After nearly a decade of experimentation, the company introduced the first automatic pin- ...
The 29th Women’s International Bowling Congress met in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1946. For the first time since 1942, the WIBC held elections for officers, a sign that Americans were turning their att ...