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Recreational pastime for many General Steelers is playing in the 10 team bowling league sponsored by General Steel Castings' Athletic Association. With regular bowling ceremonial etiquette, the league opened its fourth season recently. A member of the American Bowling Congress, the League has the honor to be the first in this locality to have its membership in the Congress sanctioned.

(Left to right) G. S. Personnel Director E. J. Turner, who ably officiated as master of ceremonies; Howard McCray; Secretary of the local A. B. C. Lew Buchy; local A. B. C.President Tom Canavan; and Edward Downey; Photo from The Delaware County Advocate, October 1940


(Above) A battery of G. S. C. and A. B. C. officials were present at the reopening of the League and sent it off to a good start. (Left to right) G. S. Personnel Director E. J. Turner, who ably officiated as master of ceremonies; Howard McCray; Secretary of the local A. B. C. Lew Buchy; local A. B. C.President Tom Canavan; and Edward Downey.

(Below) Just looking the situation over - League Secretary Edward Downey examines the ball Howard McCray, President of General Steel's A. A., rolled down the alley in the opening spin. Whether McCray knocked' em all flat in the first trial is quite a different matter.

Just looking the situation over - League Secretary Edward Downey examines the ball Howard McCray, President of General Steel's A. A., rolled down the alley in the opening spin. Whether McCray knocked' em all flat in the first trial is quite a different matter.; Photo from The Delaware County Advocate, October 1940


From The Delaware County Advocate - October 1940
Thanks to Harvey Martin

 

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