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MAKE YOUR CASE FOR BOWLING
This kit provided everything a teenager needed to start a bowling league of their own. Learn more about this item.
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KIDS KICKS
As a general rule, bowlers of all ages must wear bowling shoes on the lanes. These children’s shoes are an example of the customary design. And while this functional footwear is a regular sight at the ...
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BOB ANDERSON INSTRUCTING
Bob Anderson, inventor of the bowling hand rail and champion of bowling for the blind, offered instruction for adult and child blind bowlers. The hand rail was instrumental in allowing visually impair ...
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THE FIRST-EVER YOUTH GAMES
The International Youth Games festival was inaugurated in Moscow, Russia, in the summer of 1998. Bowling was an official event at the festival, held in the former Soviet Union not long after the fall ...
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UNCLE ODIE’S CLUB
Everyone loves Odie! Garfield’s simple and cheerful sidekick in Jim Davis’s beloved cartoons became the mascot of the Greater Santa Clara Valley YABA Bowling Association after Jim Davis himself report ...
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RECRUITING YOUNG BOWLERS
Under the leadership of Milton Raymer, membership in the American Junior Bowling Congress exploded from 10,000 members in 1946 to 400,000 members in 1961. His recruiting methods included tireless prom ...
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STAND-OUT SHOES
Bowling shoes are well-known for being flashy, and the same is true even when they’re pint-sized. These children’s shoes are sure to have stood out on the lanes! The special soles of bowling shoes pro ...
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PINT-SIZE PERFECTION
Just because the bowlers were young doesn’t mean the scores weren’t high! Like adult bowlers, talented youth bowlers pursue the elusive perfect game. This 300 game ring, made by the Youth American Bow ...
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YABA 700 RING
In bowling, scoring a 700 or higher during a three-game series is a boast-worthy performance. For a young bowler to reach such great heights, the accomplishment is certainly worthy of a ring!
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YABA 700 MEDAL
The Young American Bowling Alliance (YABA) was formed in 1982 by the merger of the American Junior Bowling Congress and the Youth Bowling Association. For 23 years, YABA served as the lead organizatio ...
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