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A GEM OF A GAME
The Women’s International Bowling Congress sometimes awarded rings for certified 300 games. The design is much more delicate than the rings of their male counterparts!
A PERFECT PATCH
A patch honoring a perfect game could be placed onto clothing or even a bowling bag to highlight the achievement.
BODIS GOES FOR THE GOLD
Hall of Famer Joe Bodis received many awards for his bowling skill. Bodis bowled with an average score of 193 during more than three decades of tournament, which was impressive in its own right, and b ...
BODIS RINGS UP ANOTHER 300
When champion bowler Joe Bodis rolled a 300 in December 1933, he recorded his second perfect game that year. He was awarded a unique ring from the American Bowling Congress with an engraved inscriptio ...
BUCKLING UP A 300 GAME
If you rolled a perfect score, wouldn’t you want everyone to know it? This American Junior Bowling Congress “300 game” belt buckle allowed a talented young person to do just that.
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 ...
GET A GRIP
Taking their name from a brand of vulcanized rubber, Ebonite International began as a manufacturer of rubber bowling balls and is now the parent company of several bowling ball brands. Ebonite was an ...
KEEPING UP WITH KRUMSKE
Paul Krumske was one of his era’s greatest bowlers. The Chicago-native was named Chicago’s “Bowler of the Half-Century” in 1951 and was inducted into the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in 1968 ...
KING PIN 300
Brunswick liked to reward good bowlers. The perfect games that earned these lapel pins might have been bowled on a lane featuring the newest in Brunswick technology.
KNOX KNOCKED DOWN A PERFECT SCORE
Philadelphia bowler William Knox wrapped up an American Bowling Congress (ABC) tournament with an exciting finale. During the third game, he rolled strike after strike, and the crowd began to pay atte ...