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Cleveland Bowling Star
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The sixth World’s Invitational Tournament was again held at McCormick Place in Chicago, November 15-25, 1962. The field remained 128 men, 64 women.
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ABC Hall of Fame, 1977
Match Game Doubles champion, 1945-1946
1 ABC championship (1940-D)
Though best-known to bowlers for his work on “Championship Bowling,” Fred Wolf was a media superstar in metro Detroit for over twenty years.
Moreland and Easton Roads
116 lanes–the largest-ever U.S. bowling center
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The fifth World’s Invitational Tournament was held at the new Chicago convention center, McCormick Place, November 16-26, 1961. The field remained 128 men, 64 women.
Nice picture of Tony–but they spelled his last name wrong!
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2 ABC championships (1910-S, 1910-AE)
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