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"1961" - 8 Total Result(s)
A ROYAL STRIKE
Bowling is an accessible and fun activity for everyone — even royalty. While visiting Norway, Queen Farah Pahlavi of Iran tried the sport for the first time at an Oslo hotel. Her husband, the Shah of ...
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 ...
BOWLERS ON PARADE
Bowling tournaments and seasons were usually large affairs with entire cities taking part in the festivities. Seen here is the kickoff of the 10th Annual Bowlers’ Day Parade, kicking off the 1961-62 N ...
CARTER’S CHAMPION WATCH
Between prize money, trophies, endorsement deals, rings, watches and pens, champion bowlers collected countless winnings!
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.
GETTING THINGS ROLLING IN ROME
The Eternal City has bowling fever! Italy’s first commercial, American-style tenpin bowling center opened in the nation’s capital Rome in April 1961, complete with automatic pinsetters. American equip ...
Steve Nagy bowled his 38th perfect game on the second night of the San Jose Open in 1961. The veteran bowler saw a great deal of success in his career, claiming five championship titles during the 195 ...
ROUND FIRST FOR THE STRIKE
Derks Field, a baseball field in Salt Lake City, Utah, was temporarily transformed into a bowling alley for a 1961 outdoor tournament. A joint effort of the Salt Lake City Tribune and the Utah Bowling ...