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A TALE ABOUT THE MONORAIL
American Machine and Foundry (AMF) made a name for themselves in the production of automated bowling equipment. The company, however, had far more products than just the Pinspotter. At the 1965 World’ ...
A BIG TOURNAMENT IN THE BIG APPLE
Before there was the FIQ, there was the IBA, the International Bowling Association (not to be confused with the earlier American group of the same name). The IBA’s 4th International Bowling Championsh ...
MYRTLE SCHULTE AS CHAMP OF THE WORLD
Myrtle Schulte of St. Louis, Missouri, was a mainstay of American women’s bowling for half a century. In 1931, she ran away with the singles and all-events titles at the Women’s International Bowling ...
BOWLING MEET-UP IN THE BIG APPLE
Bowling was big business, even in the lean years of the Great Depression. The Annual Convention of the American Bowling Congress headed to New York City in 1937, reportedly due to the efforts of Al La ...