SPONSORED BY TRULY HARD SELTZER TRUE PREMIUM VODKA SAMUEL ADAMS
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VETS ON THE WHITE HOUSE LANES
President Harry S. Truman hosted three paraplegic World War II veterans for a demonstration at the White House bowling alley. Bowling was suggested to wounded veterans for its physical and mental bene ...
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WARTIME ALLEY
Even in times of war, bowlers will find a way to bowl. American serviceman J.R. Tucker snapped this picture of a rudimentary bowling alley in Mons, Belgium, while deployed during World War II. Tucker ...
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THE BOOK ON JAPANESE BOWLING
Bowling followed Americans into Japan in the post-World War II years. The nation’s first sanctioned, non-military alley opened on October 10, 1952, and by 1967 the Japan Professional Bowling Associati ...
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INSTRUCTING THE TROOPS
Best known for his trick shots and demonstration films, Andy Varipapa showcased his famed talents for audiences across the country. During World War II, he joined other pros in giving bowling clinics ...
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