Bowling Hall of Fame, 1953
7 WIBC championships (1928-T, 1930-D, 1931-T, 1932-AE, 1933-T, 1935-S, 1935-AE)
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(L-R)--Carl Richard, Billy Welu, Harry Smith, Woody Hulsey, Buzz Fazio, Steve Nagy
How many Falstaffs are palming cigars in this picture?
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1304 W. Mitchell St.
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(L-R)--Stan Gifford, Ned Day, Earl Johnson, Buddy Bomar, Bill Lillard
1170 N. Milwaukee Ave.
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1 ABC championship (1931-T)
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Bowling Hall of Fame, 1971
#24 Bowler of the 20th Century
Bowler of the Year, 1958-59
All American, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1958-59
World’s Invitational champion, 1958
Match Game Doubles champion, 1950
5 ABC championships (1951-TAE, 1959-AE, 1959-S, 1959-T, 1959-TAE)
1 PBA title
The fifth BPAA All-Star Tournament was staged at the Chicago Servicemen’s Center (Auditorium Building) December 1-9, 1945, with a field of 144 men. The winner of the event became the national match-game champion for one year.
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