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"Budweisers" - 24 Total Result(s)
A RECORD GAME FOR THE BUDS
The Math Hermann team’s record-high score of 3,797, set in 1937, went unrivalled for decades. Then came the Budweisers. On March 12, 1958, at a weekly Masters League match in St. Louis, the stars alig ...
A SIGN OF THINGS TO COME
These guys weren’t messing around! Just a few seasons before they set their legendary five-man record in 1958, the Budweisers team showed their promise when they bowled a 3,729 — the fourth-highest th ...
A TEAM EFFORT
With Don Carter on the approach, the Buds squad had no reason to worry! Carter remained a top performer throughout his professional career, serving as the first president of the PBA and appearing on b ...
BEFORE HE ROLLED FOR BUD
Ray Bluth, St. Louis native and Budweiser team member, spent most of his life involved in the world of bowling. In addition to being a professional bowler, Bluth worked with the Brunswick bowling comp ...
BLUTH IN ACTION
Ray Bluth was a St. Louis hero. He had deep roots in the community and made a name for himself as a star bowler long before joining the Budweisers team in 1954. Bluth held a number of records, both wi ...
BOWLERS IN THE SKIES
When the trip was too far to take a bus, the Budweisers took to the skies. Ray Bluth used this ticket on a roundtrip journey from St. Louis to Detroit on Trans World Airlines. The cost? Only $61!
The Budweisers bowling team peaked just as bowling achieved nation-wide popularity. The result? The Budweisers became American superstars, making a lasting impact on the sport through their advocacy a ...
BUDS ROLL A 3729
The Budweisers team was arguably best known for their record-shattering high score at a 1958 tournament, but the team had been building to that success with a number of impressive victories. On Januar ...
Anheuser-Busch placed a bet on bowling in 1954 that paid a huge return. The beer company offered a one-year sponsorship deal to the fledgling Budweisers, who then became the most dominant team in the ...
BUDWEISERS ON THE ROAD
The Budweisers bowling team was a St. Louis institution, but they didn’t stay at home letting the grass grow under their feet. The St. Louis bowlers hit the road regularly, competing in tournaments ac ...