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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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WOMEN’S RECORDS IN CHICAGO
The 18th Women’s International Bowling Congress in Chicago drew 480 teams, 667 sets of doubles and 1,399 individuals from all parts of the nation. Erna Haufler and Billy Simon of San Antonio, Texas, s ...
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TOURNAMENT IN BUFFALO
The 14th annual American Bowling Congress tournament was held in Buffalo, New York, in March 1914. Teams traveled to Buffalo from all over New York state, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. This pin was like ...
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WIBC IN OKLAHOMA
The 22nd annual Women’s International Bowling Congress in Oklahoma City gave Oklahoma a chance to celebrate its female athletes as well as the state’s 50th anniversary as part of the United States. (O ...
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TOURNAMENT IN CINCINNATI
Cincinnati hosted the 8th annual American Bowling Congress tournament in the “fireproof” armory on Freeman Avenue in 1908. In preparation for the event, the armory constructed 18 bowling alleys, set u ...
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TOURNAMENT IN SUNSHINE STATE
Welcome to the Sunshine State! The 39th Women’s International Bowling Congress met in Miami, Florida, in 1956. Interest in the tournament was so high in Erie, Pennsylvania, that ten teams pooled their ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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TOURNEY IN PEORIA
Keglers gathered in Peoria, Illinois, for the Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1933. Sally Twyford of Aurora, Illinois, was the “world champion individual bowler,” with a score of 1,765 point ...
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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 ...
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