1966 BPAA All Stars Nelson Burton Jr vs Dick Weber

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Here are two heavyweights in professional bowling facing off for the 1966 BPAA All Stars title. This footage took place in Lansing, Michigan! The BPAA All Stars was the predecessor for the US Open tournament!

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18 Comments on “1966 BPAA All Stars Nelson Burton Jr vs Dick Weber”

  1. Well, that’s just one of the coolest finds ever. I actually have an “I Beat the 1966 BPAA All-Star Champ” patch that I received from the BPAA as a junior bowler. Never thought I’d get to see the match in which Weber won it, though.

  2. $15,000 is about $100,000 in today’s money. That makes met think bowling was a bit more popular back then?

  3. I just picked up a ball rack from the auction of the Pro Bowl that just occurred in September. The seating and ball returns from this video were still there after all these years. Sadly, the masking units had been replaced. The Pro Bowl was in sad shape and I’m not surprised it was forced to shut it’s doors after over 50 years in business.

  4. i kept score for nelson burton jr in tourney in allen park,mi, 1977, he said to me thx for keeping score, that meant alot, no other bowler in the tourney said that.

  5. No offense to Mr. Weber but, he is an excellent example that you don’t have to post your shot if your arm swing is good and your release is clean before you pull up on your shot but, I would rather post my shot. I am on a few senior leagues and I drive them crazy with my bowling form. I’ve been asked if I am a regional or national pro. If I’m in a silly mood I would say yes.

  6. Boy, I really miss bowling on TV! 🎳🎳🎳🎳🎳 πŸ“ΊπŸ“ΊπŸ“ΊπŸ“ΊπŸ“Ί 😁😁😁😁😁

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