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Finishing Construction on Washtenaw Lanes Bowling Alley, September 1949

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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1949
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After a last minute rush to complete construction thew new $50,000 Washtenaw Lanes bowling alley west of Pittsfield Village on Washtenaw Rd. is opening tonight for league bowling. Open bowling will begin Saturday noon. Owned and built by A. B. Whitley and Erwin Neithammer, the structure houses 12 alleys and two shuffleboard courts. A new type of automatic device sets the bowling pins.

Two Bowlers $125 Richer For Efforts

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2
Month
April
Year
1956
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Al Smith, 84-Year-Old Bowler, December 1955

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Ann Arbor News, December 7, 1955
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REGULAR BOWLER AT 84: Allen Smith, 428 West Huron St., who was 84 years old Dec. 1, sends his ball down the Huron Lane alleys. He bowls in two leagues each week - with the Grotto League on Monday nights at the Huron Lanes and in the Mixed League at the Washtenaw Lanes on Thursday nights. He has missed only three weeks of bowling since 1953 and that was because of a vacation trip to Arizona. His high game last year was 215 and he had several 500 series. His average this year at the Huron Lanes is 148. It's 143 at Washtenaw.

Regular Bowler At 84

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Day
7
Month
December
Year
1955
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