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Young Heads Auto Bowling League.

Young Heads Auto Bowling League.

The New York Times
February 5, 1911

At the annual dinner of the New York Automobile Trade Athletic Association at the Hotel Cumberland last week the prizes for the recent bowling tournament were distributed as follows: First prize, won by Ford team; second prize, won by Hartford team; third prize, won by Diamond team; high individual, D. S. Dunn, average, 179; high individual, second prize, H. B. Harper, average, 171; team high score, Peerless, with 591; individual high score, Stevenson, Peerless team, 221.  The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follows: President-W. B. Young, Ford Motor Company; First Vice President-C. A. Anderson, Peerless Motor Car Company; Second Vice President-John Skelly, Hartford Rubber Works Company; Third Vice President-Martin Powers, General Tire Repair Company; Financial Secretary-B. F. Macauley, Diamond Tire Company; Treasurer-Jay Johnson, Cadillac Motor Car Company; Secretary-L. H. Wessels, Thomas Motor Company.  It was decided to hold a two-man tournament, beginning Feb. 8, at Stein & Schwebke's alleys.  Twelve teams have entered to date.

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