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"2000s" - 5 Total Result(s)
BOWL FOR THE CURE
Susan G. Komen began a relationship with American bowling organizations in 2000. Now run by the United States Bowling Congress, Bowl for the Cure (R) raises money for Susan G. Komen throughout the yea ...
BOWLING DURING YOUR BREAK
If you needed a break at work, German design company Koziol had the answer: tabletop Kegeln bowling. The ninepin game resembles skittles and other bowling games popular in Germany and the rest of Euro ...
GETTING THINGS COOKING WITH THE PWBA
At the 2003 Professional Women’s Bowling Association U.S. Open, spectators and participants could buy PWBA cookbooks. The cookbook included recipes from notable female bowlers and presented culinary o ...
PINK PWBA BALL
The Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA) was formed in 1960 to manage tournaments for the best female tenpin bowlers. The organization was dissolved in 2003, but began anew under the United ...
THE BOOK ON JAPANESE BOWLING
Bowling followed Americans into Japan in the post-World War II years. The nation’s first sanctioned, non-military alley opened on October 10, 1952, and by 1967 the Japan Professional Bowling Associati ...