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PINS AS TROPHIES
In addition to playing an integral role in bowling game play, bowling pins have come to serve many other purposes. Engraved pins might have been given as prizes or souvenirs following participation in ...
The American Wheelchair Bowling Association (AWBA) was founded in June 1962, the brainchild of Richard F. Carlson, himself a wheelchair bowler. The organization’s first tournament was held that month ...
GOING TO GUATEMALA
The 4th Inter-American Bowling Tournament was held in Guatemala City, Guatemala. There were male and female tournaments with both team and individual events. Lois Yut, a member of the winning American ...
DUCKPINS IN THE PHILIPPINES
In the early twentieth century, variations of bowling were played across the globe and bowlers found common ground in the sport. Mrs. Toneita Gibbon was a member of the winning teams who took home the ...
When you think of American bowling, you probably think of bowling shirts, bowling shoes, colorful alleys and the beer leagues. But internationally, bowling has tchotchkes and idiosyncrasies for every ...
AMF WORLD CUPS
AMF has been a prolific sponsor of international bowling, putting on the AMF Bowling World Cup since 1965 when it was held in Dublin, Ireland. (The tournament is now known as the QubicaAMF Bowling Wor ...
BEFORE HE ROLLED FOR BUD
Ray Bluth, St. Louis native and Budweiser team member, spent most of his life involved in the world of bowling. In addition to being a professional bowler, Bluth worked with the Brunswick bowling comp ...
DICK WEBER: ALL-STAR
Dick Weber had already cemented his reputation as bowling’s top superstar when the 25th BPAA All-Star Tournament kicked off in Lansing, Michigan. The 36-year-old champ had been an integral part of the ...
ST. LOUIS ALL STARS
The Budweisers team had a banner year during the 1955–1956 season. From the season-high score at the Masters League match to the St. Louis All Stars tournament, the squad was unstoppable!
ONE PIN FROM PERFECT
The Budweisers team took home the championship trophy at the 1955–1956 St. Louis All Stars tournament, a victory earned in no small part with the help of Ray Bluth. Bluth took home the individual high ...