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A SPARTAN TEAM
Teams at ABC tournaments in the 1930s were generally composed of five men (women were not allowed in the ABC at this time). Seen here is one team, called Spartan, that competed in the 1930 ABC Tournam ...
ALL IN A DAY’S WORK
Bowling teams could be made up of any group of people: family members, friends, neighbors and even coworkers. This group of ABC coworkers formed the ABC Office Team to compete at the 1939 ABC Tourname ...
AN ELECTRIC PERFORMANCE
Bowling champions get trophies too! Fife Electric Supply Company of Detroit emerged victorious in the 1939 ABC Tournament, held in Cleveland, Ohio. Shooting a combined score of 3,151, the team had the ...
GEOGRAPHIC ROOTS OF BOWLING
Bowling was growing fast in the industrial Northeast and the Midwest in the early 1900s as legions of workers turned to bowling as an after-work activity. Bowlers represented 32 cities at the 1904 Ame ...
PIN-SETTING MACHINES IN CLEVELAND
Upon arrival, members of the Milwaukee delegation to the 1930 American Bowling Congress tournament would have found 32 brand-new alleys and hundreds of pin boys, foul men and scorers at the Public Hal ...