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Welcome to the Booth Library manuscript index. 

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Collection Title:CL 80 Al Mallette PapersCreator:Chemung County Historical Society
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ewspaper clipping, By Al Mallette September 18, 1966. Darrell Johnson heads the 1966 parade Elmira's Hall of Fame with McNally, Lutz, Zoldak, Richardson, Roebuck, Diveny, Clute, Prichard and Weber.Newspaper Clipping060550
Newspaper clipping, Flashback By Al Mallette. Head to head bowling match June 1962 city Champion Show-down 23 year Pete Cambio and Rochester veteran Vito Coloia at Dixie Lane. The pins fell like rain. Newspaper Clipping060601
Mewspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 1, 1956. State Tournament Highlight Of Local Bowling's Best Year. Elmira bowling in 1955 enjoyed its greatest year in history and one of the big factors was the 30th and richest New York State Tournament. The bowlers were Warters, Konkoloski, Whitney and Wright.Newspaper Clipping060602
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 10, 1956. Elmira Match Game Challenge Round Trophy at Rossi's Alleys Frank Sutton over Jim Fazzary and Jeanne Whitney over Rose Guild.Newspaper Clipping060603
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1958. Flickers Set Bowling Mark March 15, 1932.Newspaper Clipping060604
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette February 19, 1980. Jim Pitts twenty two year old Elmira bowler with the highest league triple in the United States for the 1970-80 season 868 triple at Rossi's February 22, and Bonnie Sechrist had a 746. Newspaper Clipping 060605
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace By Al Mallette 1982. Ray Barton at 71, with 54 years (started in 1928) on the scene bowled his all time high 790.Newspaper Clipping060606
Newspaper clipping, Flashback By Al Mallette May 2, 1982. A 700 when 700's were realy big. Betty O'Connor was the first Twin Tier Women to crash the 700 barrier in bowling.Newspaper Clipping060607
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983. Al Green the first bowler ever in American Bowling Congress-sanctioned play to roll 13 successive stricks in a game and finish with 270. He fouled in number 8.Newspaper Clipping060608
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette February 6, 1983. Elmira's Match Game, was one of the most prestigious bowling tournament our town ever had...the best. Bob Stowell who bowled in them (1947-1959).Newspaper Clipping060609
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