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WATCH: ALL-AMERICAN KIDS
Young bowlers showed their stuff in the 1971 NBC All-America Tournament in Washington, D.C. Participants hailed from 32 states and British Columbia, competing for glory and scholarship money. With $21 ...
DRESSED FOR SUCCESS
It’s no surprise the Zodiacs of New Orleans have been dubbed the “best dressed bowling team.” Learn more about this item.
A SIGN OF THE TIMES
The Zodiacs of New Orleans have been the best-dressed bowling team for 50 years, being well-known for their lavishly themed costumes. At the 1971 Women’s International Bowling Congress tournament, the ...
THE EAST GERMAN DELEGATES
The FIQ held the 7th World Championships in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, marking the first time the event was held in the United States. The mixed-gender competition featured bowlers from 32 countries, inclu ...
CARTER TOES THE FOUL LINE
Jimmy Carter: peanut farmer, president and…bowler? While still governor of Georgia, Jimmy Carter rolled the first ball at the Annual Women’s Bowling Congress Tournament, kicking off the team events at ...
FIQ IN THE WHITE HOUSE
President Richard Nixon was arguably the most active bowler to ever hold America’s highest office. In addition to hitting the lanes himself, he was also an advocate of the sport. In September of 1971, ...