Two Indianapolis Keglers Make Up Ground in Abc, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-04


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Two Indianapolis Keglers Make Up Ground in ABC COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 3 UP.— The 10 top leaders in the American Bowling Congress turnament remained unchanged today, but a pair of bowlers from Indianapolis began to make up ground. Paul Ray and Bill Lee racked up the highest score in doubles competition yesterday as they combined for a score of 1249 on games of 389-423-437. Lee toppled the pins for an individual 631 while Ray crayoned a 618. E and Bs of Detroit, defending world match champions, go into action tomorrow. The Michigan Keglers won ,997 at the ABC last year when they won 13 trophies in different events. E 5s Bs also hold the Ray Schalk tournament title. The line-up, which averages a 1012 score, includes Capt. Louis Sielaff, Therman Gibson, Fred Bujack, Bill Bunetta and Charles OTJonnell. I

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