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BIG MEET IN INDIANAPOLIS
For those unable to attend the 1936 American Bowling Congress’s world championship in Indianapolis, radio station NBC broadcast the tournament nationwide and five newsreel companies sent crews to docu ...
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ABC IN BUFFALO
The American Bowling Congress met in Buffalo, New York, in March 1914, putting on a tournament featuring five-man teams, two-man teams, and individual events. Teams hailed from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio ...
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ADAM HAHN FOR VP
Like all the best sports, bowling can be full of political intrigue. Elections of ABC officers generally took place right after the annual tournament (referred to as the “National tournament” in 1907) ...
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WOMEN’S RECORDS IN CHICAGO
The 18th Women’s International Bowling Congress in Chicago drew 480 teams, 667 sets of doubles and 1,399 individuals from all parts of the nation. Erna Haufler and Billy Simon of San Antonio, Texas, s ...
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TOURNAMENT IN BUFFALO
The 14th annual American Bowling Congress tournament was held in Buffalo, New York, in March 1914. Teams traveled to Buffalo from all over New York state, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. This pin was like ...
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ETHEL SABLATNIK, 20 YEARS OF SERVICE
Ethel Sablatnik served as a delegate from the St. Louis Women’s Bowling Association to the Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1953. A longtime supporter of women’s bowling in 1953, Sablatnik wo ...
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82-YEAR-OLD STILL ROLLING
Yeehaw! The 1948 Women’s International Bowling Congress in Dallas, Texas, witnessed 52,382 games played by roughly 7,000 women during the month-long tournament. One player, 82-year-old Roma Scott, tra ...
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TOURNAMENT IN LOS ANGELES
Los Angeles hosted the 1947 American Bowling Congress tournament at the National Guard Armory in Exposition Park. A few weeks before the competition, actor Harold Lloyd, ABC secretary Elmer H. Baumgar ...
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NEW MEXICO IN OMAHA
The 19th annual Women’s International Bowling Congress in Omaha attracted bowlers from near and far, including a team from Las Vegas, New Mexico (yes, you read that correctly) that became the first te ...
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ABC’S SILVER JUBILEE
Happy 25th! The 1925 American Bowling Congress tournament was the group’s silver anniversary, and host city Buffalo put on a show. Upwards of 200 teams competed in the tournament. ABC secretary A. L. ...
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