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WATCH: ALL-AMERICAN KIDS
Young bowlers showed their stuff in the 1971 NBC All-America Tournament in Washington, D.C. Participants hailed from 32 states and British Columbia, competing for glory and scholarship money. With $21 ...
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.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
AT THE APPROACH
Bowling alley proprietors made a concerted effort to attract families. Alleys often included restaurants and even daycare facilities. Upgraded equipment and instructional clinics made youth bowling no ...
The American Junior Bowling Congress was organized by the National Bowling Council, an organization for manufacturers and proprietors, around 1946. The organization promoted youth bowling, hosted tour ...
BOWLING AS THERAPY
Bowling’s accessibility has made it the perfect sport for people of all ages and abilities. Ronald Adams, special activities director at the University of Virginia Children’s Rhabilitation Center, too ...