SPONSORED BY TRULY HARD SELTZER SAMUEL ADAMS DEX IMAGING
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ALL-STAR SHIRT
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 ...
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AMF ACCESSORIES
Many of the top bowling manufacturers entered the accessories market with clothing, balls and bags. This ad from July of 1962 displays the products offered by American Machine and Foundry (AMF). Promi ...
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AWBA FOUNDING
The American Wheelchair Bowling Association (AWBA) was founded in June 1962, the brainchild of Richard F. Carlson, himself a wheelchair bowler. The organization’s first tournament was held that month ...
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BONJOUR PARIS
The middle of the twentieth century was not just the peak of bowling’s popularity in the United States, but also a time of rapid international expansion of the sport. Just as bowling alleys stateside ...
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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 ...
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BOWLING AS THERAPY
Bowling’s accessibility has made it the perfect sport for people of all ages and abilities. Ronald Adams, special activities director at the University of Virginia Children’s Rhabilitation Center, too ...
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BOWLING FOR JUNIORS
Brunswick Corporation prioritized bowling’s promotion to kids. At a presentation of the “Learn to Bowl Program for Juniors Lesson 2” at Scottsdale Bowl, young bowlers learned the fundamentals while si ...
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BOWLING IN BRITAIN
Tenpin bowling was taking off internationally during the 1960s. The sport entered the United Kingdom with a bang around 1960, with American manufacturers like AMF assuming it was sure to be a hit. Bow ...
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BOWLING ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
Tony Garito had a good Independence Day! At Lucky 13 Lanes in Chaffee, Missouri, Garito rolled a 279. The center was outfitted by AMF equipment, and the manufacturing company provided proprietors with ...
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BRUCE’S BRUNSWICK PRO
If bowling lanes were made of marble, you might lose track of this ball during the roll! The Brunswick Pro-Model features a very realistic marble design. The ball’s owner, a bowler named Bruce, engrav ...
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