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A CONTEST IN CARACAS
The Federation Internationale de Quilleurs (FIQ) held their third Inter-American tournament in Caracas, Venezuela. Both the American Bowling Congress and the Women’s International Bowling Congress sen ...
A MODEL BOOTH
Bowling alley interiors and machinery have evolved quite a bit over the last century, but many of the principles have stayed the same. At Pittsburgh’s Airport Lanes in Pennsylvania, spectators sat in ...
Don Carter was one of the first bowlers to forge a sustainable career in the sport. At a time when many professional bowlers had full-time jobs in addition to bowling, Don Carter brought in thousands ...
ONE FINAL VICTORY LAP
In her final year as a professional bowler, Marion Ladewig went out with a bang by taking home the 1964 World’s Invitational championship. She posed with Jim St. John, winner of the men’s division, af ...
PRINCESS IRA HITS THE LANES
Princess Ira von Furstenberg wore several hats as a socialite, actress and jewelry designer. She could also be a bowler if the opportunity arose! Princess Ira is shown here playing a game of nine pin ...
PUT A PIN IN IT
The Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) held their 1964 convention and tournament in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event lasted two months, with 5,071 teams from 48 states and Canada lacing up ...