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"Wisconsin" - 6 Total Result(s)
BILL CLINTON BOWLING AND POLITICKING
Bill Clinton showed off his love of bowling in Wisconsin! During an event with WKTI Milwaukee and Donna Shalala, who would serve as the Secretary of Health and Human Services during his administration ...
Esther Ryan bowled with the highly successful Husting Prints team in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their attention to detail is certainly evident — just take a look at this shirt. Upon close inspection, you w ...
PIN-SETTING MACHINES IN CLEVELAND
Upon arrival, members of the Milwaukee delegation to the 1930 American Bowling Congress tournament would have found 32 brand-new alleys and hundreds of pin boys, foul men and scorers at the Public Hal ...
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 ...
Pony pin was a bowling variation popular in the early 1900s, particularly in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Major bowling manufacturer Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company produced the special pony pins, which re ...
WOOD EQUIPMENT IN THE 1920s
The experience of bowling in the 1920s was very different than it is today. Among the many differences, ball returns, as seen here in at a bowling alley in Menasha, Wisconsin, were constructed out of ...