SPONSORED BY TRULY HARD SELTZER TRUE PREMIUM VODKA SAMUEL ADAMS
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VARIPAPA ON FILM
During its golden age, even baseball players took up bowling! Boston Red Sox catcher Sammy White opened Brighton Bowl in Boston in August 1960. It was outfitted with 38 lanes, top-of-the-line Brunswic ...
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GREATEST BOWLER IN THE WORLD
Raise a glass to Andy Varipapa, the “Greatest Bowler in the World”! Beer and bowling have historically gone hand in hand, and undoubtedly many of Varipapa’s fans savored cold ones while watching him p ...
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VARIPAPA MEETS SAMMY WHITE
During its golden age, even baseball players took up bowling! Red Sox catcher Sammy White opened Brighton Bowl in Boston in August 1960. It was outfitted with 38 lanes, top-of-the-line Brunswick equip ...
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VARIPAPA JOINS HALL OF FAME, 1957
After nearly 30 years as one of the world’s top bowlers, Andy Varipapa became the 18th bowler officially inducted into the American Bowling Congress Bowling Hall of Fame in 1957. At his induction cere ...
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VARIPAPA IN THE WHITE HOUSE
President Richard Nixon was arguably one of the most prominent advocates of bowling. Both he and his wife Pat were avid bowlers and actively promoted the sport and related organizations. When assembli ...
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DOUBLES CHAMPS 1947
On November 2, 1947, Andy Varipapa and Lou Campi clinched the National Doubles Bowling Championship title with an average score of 203 over 64 games between the two of them. During the meet in Houston ...
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INSTRUCTING THE TROOPS
Best known for his trick shots and demonstration films, Andy Varipapa showcased his famed talents for audiences across the country. During World War II, he joined other pros in giving bowling clinics ...
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PARAMUS BOWL ALL-STARS
Even after achieving Hollywood fame, Andy Varipapa continued to play in exhibition games and professional meets around the country. He faced off against James “Junie” McMahon in Paramus, New Jersey, o ...
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THERE’S ONLY ONE VARIPAPA
After Andy Varipapa passed away in 1984, a friend of the family and amateur artist painted this portrait. Because he used a Brunswick Advisory Staff photograph as a guide, the oil painting depicts Var ...
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