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RUBBER DUCKS
Duckpin bowling developed in the United States in the late 1800s. In 1905, a Pennsylvania man added thick rubber bands to the base of the squat pins, officially starting rubber band duckpin bowling. T ...
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KNOX KNOCKED DOWN A PERFECT SCORE
Philadelphia bowler William Knox wrapped up an American Bowling Congress (ABC) tournament with an exciting finale. During the third game, he rolled strike after strike, and the crowd began to pay atte ...
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A MODEL BOOTH
Bowling alley interiors and machinery have evolved quite a bit over the last century, but many of the principles have stayed the same. At Pittsburgh’s Airport Lanes in Pennsylvania, spectators sat in ...
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STENTON MURAL
Proprietors at the Stenton Recreation Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, made sure bowlers paid heed to the foul line! The novelty mural which adorned the back of the lanes envisioned bowling’s evo ...
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ADAM HAHN FOR VP
Like all the best sports, bowling can be full of political intrigue. Elections of ABC officers generally took place right after the annual tournament (referred to as the “National tournament” in 1907) ...
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TOURNAMENT IN PITTSBURGH
The 1909 American Bowling Congress tournament in Pittsburgh saw more than 2,000 people on opening night at Duquesne Garden, but unfortunately the crowds tapered off during the multi-week tournament an ...
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CANADIAN PIN KNIGHTS IN PITTSBURGH
Energetic Canadians left a mark on the 9th annual American Bowling Congress tournament in 1909 in Pittsburgh. “The Canucks are going crazy about this tournament. I never saw so much enthusiasm in my l ...
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