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Brilliant bowling career should put 'JJ' in Hall of Fame - Delaware Online

2/17/2009 - Four years after his death, Jim Johnson Jr. is a finalist for induction into the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.

Pete Weber, meet Pete Weber - TH Online

2/17/2009 - Golf and Bowling have many similarities, and when your name is Pete Weber, the similarities go beyond swing angles.

Televised PBA event in Lake Wales has local flavor - Miami Herald

2/15/2009 - Johnny King won the first Professional Bowlers Association tournament held in South Florida at Hialeah Lanes in 1964. Thirty years later, Walter Ray Williams won the last PBA event contested in South

PBA veterans attempt to climb Masters stepladder - Las Vegas Review Journal

2/15/2009 - Two 12-time PBA Tour champions will try to deny two higher seeds their first titles today in the finals of the U.S. Bowling Congress Masters at Cashman Center.

Athlete you might like to know - Las Vegas Sun

2/14/2009 - Bowling great, an RV-driving family man, has ‘dream life’.

PBA stops in Colorado for Plastic Ball Championship - The Sports Network

2/10/2009 - Perhaps the most anticipated and certainly the most controversial event in this 50th Anniversary season of the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour is the first-ever GEICO Plastic Ball Championship to be held

Norm Duke wins Dick Weber Open-International Herald Tribune

2/9/2009 - Coming off a disappointing 39th-place finish in a tournament two weeks ago, PBA Hall of Famer Norm Duke defeated Michael Fagan 278-168 in the championship match to win the Dick Weber Open on Sunday.

Norm Duke wins Dick Weber Open - Ohio.com

2/9/2009 - Coming off a disappointing 39th-place finish in a tournament two weeks ago, PBA hall of famer Norm Duke defeated Michael Fagan 278-168 in the championship match to win the Dick Weber Open today.

Norm Duke stops Michael Fagan to win Dick Weber Open-LA Times

2/9/2009 - Everything was rolling the underdog's way, until he met Norm Duke.

Time off boosts Duke to PBA Tour win-Erie Times News

2/9/2009 - Norm Duke credits a weeklong break on the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association Tour for his 32nd career win in the Denny's Dick Weber Open on Sunday at the Fountain Bowl.

Rested Norm Duke Wins Denny's Dick Weber Open - The Sports Network

2/9/2009 - A week-long break on the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association Tour was a welcome relief for PBA Hall of Famer Norm Duke.

Jason Belmonte on Good Morning America

2/6/2009 - A look at a YouTube sensation's unique delivery.

Charging 'Rhino' - San Diego Union Tribune

2/6/2009 - Former San Diegan Ryan Page rising quickly on pro bowling tour.

2 million enjoy free breakfast at Denny's - USA Today

2/4/2009 - Some day, when Josh Richardson finally finds a job, he'll pay for a meal at Denny's.

Greatest ever? It's Dick Weber

2/4/2009 - To say it was a spirited debate might be a bit of an understatement. There were no fisticuffs or yelling, but the serious looks showed each was passionate about their side of the discussion.

Dick Weber Open the biggest test of Shalin's pro career - New Straits Times

2/4/2009 - SHALIN Zulkifli will face her greatest challenge since turning professional when she makes her debut in the PBA Denny's Dick Weber Open, which will feature the world's best bowlers, at the Fountain Bo

Two-handed style makes Jason Belmonte unique on bowling tour-LA Times

2/4/2009 - He stands out in the crowd as he tries to make it on the PBA Tour.

Young Australian Puts a New Spin on Bowling - Wall Street Journal

2/4/2009 - A young Australian is almost single-handedly spurring a new age in bowling: He throws the ball with two hands.

PBA stops in California for

2/3/2009 - Defending champion Mike Scroggins of Amarillo, Texas, will head a field of the worlds best bowlers who will return to Southern California Feb. 3-8 for the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Dick W

Going back in time with bowling in Vegas - New Orleans Sports News

2/3/2009 - My “real” job at Fair Grounds took me to Las Vegas last week on business. On the way from the Vegas airport to the Red Rock Hotel and Casino, the taxi driver told me, “The place has kind of a ‘70s the