Bill Rhodman (1953)


Bowling Hall of Fame, 1996

#94 Bowler of the 20th Century

8 Responses to “Bill Rhodman (1953)”

  1. Tarnisha Rhodman Says:

    this is my grandfather my name is tarnisha rhodman daughter of linda rhodman this is my mother fathers father so bless to have him as a grandfather love him soso much…………..

  2. Daprettyprincess Myaa Says:

    this is my great great gandfather so nice to have as one two mother

  3. Rita James 502-330-6063 Says:

    Mr. Bill Rhodman, Pro Bowler and Pioneer from Detroit, Mi. has a living wife Mary Rhodman 96, of Detroit and known living daughter Willie Etta James 82 of Detroit, Mi. and many grands, great grands, and great great grand children mostly still of Detroit, Mi.

  4. Michael J Raleigh Says:

    Hammer has introduced a bowling ball bearing Bill Rhodman’s name. What a great way to honer this man’s legacy. Detroit is the bowling capital of the World and we are proud of this history.

  5. Lionel Williams Says:

    Is there anyway that you with all of your bowling connections could get us – the fans the video of the 1972 World Open in Madison Square Gardens. The top five who made the Saturday Broadcast- please been asking and looking for over 20 years. Thx

    • J.R. Schmidt Says:

      When the Bowling Museum was in St. Louis, they were very good about converting old films to video and renting them out. Once the Museum moved to Texas, this changed. I suspect that there’s less and less demand for these videos, now that the older generation is dying out. However, contacting the Bowling Museum in Texas is still your best bet for that telecast—unless it turns up on YouTube.

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