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CASE TO MATCH THE LUGGAGE
A bowling bag that matched one’s luggage was quite a luxury for the traveling bowler. Frank A. Stallman was a Columbus, Ohio, luggage manufacturer and was particularly well known for his dresser trunk ...
COLUMBUS GOES BOWLING
From March 3 to May 12, 1942, more than 5,000 teams and 28,000 individuals competed on these lanes in Columbus, Ohio, in the American Bowling Congress (ABC) Tournament. Tod Maskai, from Saginaw, Michi ...
COLUMBUS PUTS ON A SHOW
When the country’s best bowlers converged on Columbus, Ohio, for the 1942 American Bowling Congress’s world championships, they were greeted with posters which read: “It Was Columbus in 1492, It’s Sti ...
CUTE KEGLERS IN COLUMBUS
Exactly 22 years since it first hosted the event, Columbus, Ohio, welcomed “the country’s cutest keglers” to the Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1949. More than 2,500 five-woman teams attend ...
THE GREAT DEPRESSION CAN’T STOP BOWLING
In 1933, just days before the American Bowling Congress’s annual international tournament opened in Columbus, banks all over the country began failing as the Great Depression exploded into a full-blow ...