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"American Bowling Congress (ABC)" - 54 Total Result(s)
SOUVENIR FIT FOR A KING
What bowling superstars signed this souvenir pin? Learn more about this item.
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 ...
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 ...
SHINING EXAMPLE OF SUCCESS
After rolling a perfect game, bowlers might have received large rings with inset diamonds from the ABC.
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 ...
The American Bowling Congress honored members who achieved the elusive perfect score in a number of ways. A 300 Award watch would provide a constant reminder of the happy occasion.
PERFECT GAME MEDAL
A great bowler would need special storage to hold all of their perfect game awards! One great season could end in medals, rings, trophies and ribbons filling the trophy case.
Hank Marino, the “Italian Wonder of Bowling,” took up bowling as a hobby in his early 20s. He quickly became one of the nation’s best bowlers, winning ABC and BPAA tournaments. Throughout his career, ...
To become a member of the Eleven-in-a-Row Club, a bowler must roll 11 consecutive strikes in one game. The achievement, one pin short of a perfect game, was recognized by the American Bowling Congress ...
PERFECT GAME HOLDS UP
When a great bowler already had rings, medals and ribbons aplenty, how else might they be rewarded for a perfect game? Wearing a 300 game award belt buckle their next time at the lanes might bring a b ...