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A GEM OF A GAME
The Women’s International Bowling Congress sometimes awarded rings for certified 300 games. The design is much more delicate than the rings of their male counterparts!
BODIS RINGS UP ANOTHER 300
When champion bowler Joe Bodis rolled a 300 in December 1933, he recorded his second perfect game that year. He was awarded a unique ring from the American Bowling Congress with an engraved inscriptio ...
All bowlers dream of that perfect strike, knocking down ten pins with a single roll. These clip-on earrings likely belonged to someone who envisioned those pins scattered across the lane. Dramatic in ...
At their 1961 championship tournament in Bakersfield, California, the Women’s International Bowling Congress gifted commemorative necklaces to women who rolled a 200 or higher.
A bowling necklace would round out any bowling lover’s outfit, on the lanes or off. In addition to the bowling manufacturers who supply us with equipment, an entire side industry has risen for bowling ...
LEND US YOUR EAR
The unique shape of a bowling pin makes it immediately recognizable, regardless of the application. As such, pins have made their way onto accessories and attire for decades. These clip-on earrings ar ...
PUT A PIN IN IT
The Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) held their 1964 convention and tournament in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event lasted two months, with 5,071 teams from 48 states and Canada lacing up ...
REACHING FOR THE STARS
Women wore their love for the Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) around their necks with these starburst pendants. Founded in 1916, the WIBC was formed as an independent entity. That separa ...
SHINING EXAMPLE OF SUCCESS
After rolling a perfect game, bowlers might have received large rings with inset diamonds from the ABC.