USBC bowling championships-open division

USBC bowling championships-open division

Table
USBC bowling championships—open division
year regular singles (ABC)*
1901 F. Brill
1902 F. Strong
1903 D. Jones
1904 M. Kern
1905 C.M. Anderson
1906 F. Favour
1907 M.T. Levey
1908 A. Wengler
1909 L. Sutton
1910 T. Haley
1911 J. Blouin
1912 L. Sutton
1913 F. Peterson
1914 W. Miller
1915 W. Pierce
1916 S. Schliman
1917 O. Kallusch
1918 C.J. Styles
1919 H. Cavan
1920 J. Shaw
1921 F. Smith
1922 W. Lundgren
1923 C. Baumgartner
1924 H. Smyers
1925 A. Green
1926 E. Votel
1927 W. Eggars
1928 H. Summers
1929 A. Unke
1930 L. Shotwell
1931 W. Lachowski
1932 O. Nitschke
1933 E. Hewitt
1934 J. Vidro
1935 D. Brokaw
1936 C. Warren
1937 E. Gagliardi
1938 K. Anderson
1939 J. Danek
1940 R. Brown
1941 F. Ruff, Jr
1942 J. Stanley
1943–45 no competition
1946 L. Rollick
1947 J. McMahon
1948 L. Protich
1949 B. Rusche
1950 E. Leins
1951 L. Jouglard
1952 A. Sharkey
1953 F. Santore
1954 T. Sparando
1955 E. Gerzine
1956 G. Wade
1957 B. Allen
1958 E. Shay
1959 E. Lubanski
1960 P. Kulbaga
1961 L. Spooner
1962 A. Renaldy
1963 F. Delello
1964 J. Stefanich
1965 K. Roeth
1966 D. Chapman
1967 F. Perry
1968 W. Kowalski
1969 G. Campbell
1970 J. Yoder
1971 A. Cohn
1972 B. Pointer
1973 E. Thompson
1974 G. Krause
1975 J. Setser
1976 M. Putzer
1977 F. Gadaleto
1978 R. Mersek
1979 R. Peters
1980 M. Eaton
1981 R. Vital
1982 B. Bohm
1983 R. Kendrick
1984 R. Antczak
N. Young (tied)
1985 G. Harbison
1986 J. Mackey
1987 T. Taylor
1988 S. Hutkowski
1989 P. Tetreault
1990 R. Hochrein
1991 E. Deines
1992 G. Blatchford
B. Youker (tied)
1993 D. Bock
1994 J. Weltzien
1995 M. Surina
1996 D. Scudder, Jr
1997 J. Socha
1998 J. Gaines
1999 D. Winter
2000 G. Hein
2001 N. Hoagland
2002 M. Millsap
2003 R. Bahr
2004 J. Janawicz
2005 D. Adam
2006 W. MacPherson
2007 C. Aki
*ABC championships until 2006.
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