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"1960s" - 62 Total Result(s)
WATCH: NBC’S CHAMPIONSHIP BOWLING
Couldn’t get to the Bowling Alley to watch the matches live? Championship Bowling had you covered! The popular program ran on NBC from 1954 into the late 1970s and was initially MCed by Fred Wolf. On ...
WATCH: RICHARD NIXON HAS SOME TRICKS
Check out this silent but very presidential footage of Richard Nixon surveying the bowling alley he had installed in the White House basement shortly after he took office. Everything about the set-up ...
MAKE YOUR CASE FOR BOWLING
This kit provided everything a teenager needed to start a bowling league of their own. Learn more about this item.
STAR-STUDDED SCOREKEEPERS SHIRT
The wearer of this shirt played a vital role in a 1960s tournament. Learn more about this item.
TUNES FOR YOUR LANES
Adding to the fanfare surrounding the new Brunswick Gold Crown line, the company organized a musical performance as part of its grand introduction in 1960. The “Golden Sixties” record captured highlig ...
BOWL WITH COWORKERS
For some folks, quitting time at work is followed with playing time at the lanes. AMF took advantage of coworker comradery with a guide on company bowling leagues. A group of workers could form a squa ...
CELEBRATE NATIONAL BOWLING MONTH
Bowling was in the middle of its golden age in 1960, so a month dedicated to the sport seemed fitting. The first National Bowling Month was held in September of that year, and Brunswick issued promoti ...
The 24th Bowling Proprietor’s Association of America (BPAA) All-Star tournament was held in January 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Bowlers Dick Weber and Ann Slattery were the men’s and women’s w ...
JOIN THE CLUB
Bowling 600 or higher over three games earned a Women’s International Bowling Congress member a commemorative ribbon. The ribbons listed the date and name of the tournament’s host city, making a great ...
At their 1961 championship tournament in Bakersfield, California, the Women’s International Bowling Congress gifted commemorative necklaces to women who rolled a 200 or higher.