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A BODACIOUS BUTTON
In line with the times, this button touches upon the popular opinion of bowling in America during the 1960s and ’70s! And let’s be honest, this bold symbol would have been right at home among lava lam ...
WE’RE JUST DUCKY
Duckpin bowling never saw the same popularity as standard tenpin, but the sport still found a dedicated contingent. With duckpin pinsetters, leagues and organizing bodies, the sport has been primarily ...
LARGEST PURSE YET
The stakes were high at the Seagram’s Cooler U.S. Open at Narrows Plaza Bowl in Tacoma, Washington. The event in 1987 was sponsored by the Professional Bowlers Association and offered a total purse of ...
A PINSPOTTER PIONEER
American Machine and Foundry (AMF) was founded in 1900 and began manufacturing bowling equipment in the 1930s. After nearly a decade of experimentation, the company introduced the first automatic pin- ...
BOWLERS IN CHICAGO
The 24th annual American Bowling Congress tournament in Chicago in 1924 saw a record-high 2,131 teams competing, with bowlers from all over the Midwest and beyond taking advantage of Chicago’s lively ...
WIBC IN HARTFORD
Hartford (home of the NHL’s Whalers) welcomed 37,633 bowlers to the two-month-long Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1987. Connecticut had long been home to some of the most avid enthusiasts o ...