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STAR-STUDDED SCOREKEEPERS SHIRT
The wearer of this shirt played a vital role in a 1960s tournament. Learn more about this item.
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AULBY’S SHIRT
A teenaged Mike Aulby made his mark on the bowling world in 1979, showcasing stellar skills during his debut season in the Professional Bowlers Association. Along with Rookie of the Year honors, that ...
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WONDER BREAD
South Dakota bowler Dave Danielson made history on April 4, 1966, rolling the first 800 series in the state. His performance was so impressive that the South Dakota Sportswriters Association named him ...
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ALL-STAR SHIRT
The 24th Bowling Proprietor’s Association of America (BPAA) All-Star tournament was held in January 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Bowlers Dick Weber and Ann Slattery were the men’s and women’s w ...
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FOR THE BOYS
Some women’s leagues took the name “Pinboys’ Delights,” a tongue-in-cheek reference to the young men who reset pins before the widespread adoption of automatic machinery. The exact origins of this shi ...
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FASHIONABLE FOUL
At a time when tenpin bowling was about to enter its golden age, duckpin bowling was also finding new audiences. A variant on contemporary bowling that uses shorter, squatter pins and softball-sized b ...
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DETAIL ORIENTED
Werner Distributing Company, likely based in St. Louis, Missouri, knew that details make the difference. These bright yellow shirts were embroidered with the bowler’s name (or nickname) as well as a s ...
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BUTTONED UP
Esther Ryan bowled with the highly successful Husting Prints team in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their attention to detail is certainly evident — just take a look at this shirt. Upon close inspection, you w ...
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BURNING LOVE FOR BOWLING
Bowling wasn’t the only thing bringing leagues together. Elvis’ Crazy Broads bonded over bowling and the music of the King. The Broads even took a break from the lanes to meet Elvis Presley at least o ...
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PROPERLY ALIGNED
LaVerne Carter’s blue top was as promotional as it was fashionable. The garment features the logo of Align-A-Wrist, a device bowlers might use to protect their arm from the repetitive motion of bowlin ...
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