Monthly Archives: March 2015

Throwback Thursday 3/26/15: “Veteran Q-C bowler fires perfect game”

“Don Johnson of Moline was in the groove Thursday night as he clipped off a perfect game while bowling in the Tri-City Classic at Leisure Lanes in Davenport. It was the eighth 300 game in the Quad-Cities already this bowling … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 3/19/15: “Bowling dream for Cosner”

“You couldn’t blame Jerry Cosner if he pinched himself a couple of times when he awoke this morning, wondering if the world was real. He had bowled a dream series Monday night – three of them in fact. He had … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 3/12/15: “Blocking – bowling’s hottest issue”

“To block, or not to block? That is the question that is fast becoming one of the hottest topics in bowling as scores soar almost beyond reality at some centers. Blocking, the procedure of applying oil to bowling lanes in … Continue reading

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Around the Lanes 3/10/15

The 2nd annual Greater Rock Island County USBC Open Tournament was recently held at QC Family Entertainment. Zeglin’s TV & Appliance of the Milan Klassic league won the overall team championship with a 3,593 total. Greg Hockett and Jerry Lange were … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 3/5/15: “bowling column”

“In last week’s column, I mentioned that Abraham Lincoln had been a bowler in 1846 in Washington, D.C. That statement prompted a question from a reader who was wondering how long bowling has been available in the Quad-Cities. Quite a … Continue reading

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