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"Women's International Bowling Congress (WIBC)" - 37 Total Result(s)
DRESSED FOR SUCCESS
It’s no surprise the Zodiacs of New Orleans have been dubbed the “best dressed bowling team.” Learn more about this item.
ROLLING INTO A NEW CENTURY
A fitting gift for a hundred-year-old bowler. Learn more about this item.
JOIN THE CLUB
Bowling 600 or higher over three games earned a Women’s International Bowling Congress member a commemorative ribbon. The ribbons listed the date and name of the tournament’s host city, making a great ...
A GEM OF A GAME
The Women’s International Bowling Congress sometimes awarded rings for certified 300 games. The design is much more delicate than the rings of their male counterparts!
At their 1961 championship tournament in Bakersfield, California, the Women’s International Bowling Congress gifted commemorative necklaces to women who rolled a 200 or higher.
A SIGN OF THE TIMES
The Zodiacs of New Orleans have been the best-dressed bowling team for 50 years, being well-known for their lavishly themed costumes. At the 1971 Women’s International Bowling Congress tournament, the ...
REACHING FOR THE STARS
Women wore their love for the Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) around their necks with these starburst pendants. Founded in 1916, the WIBC was formed as an independent entity. That separa ...
PUT A PIN IN IT
The Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) held their 1964 convention and tournament in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event lasted two months, with 5,071 teams from 48 states and Canada lacing up ...
MENNE’S PIONEERING BALL
Catherine Menne was a bowling pioneer. She was among the founders and served as the first president of the Women’s National Bowling Association (later renamed the Women’s International Bowling Congres ...
MARY WAGNER’S CENTENNIAL
Bowler Mary Wagner was still going strong as she entered her second century of life. The great-great-grandmother from Newport, Kentucky, continued to bowl regularly, making her the nation’s oldest com ...