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Re: Brooklyn Bowling Alleys


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Posted by dave f on Saturday, April 15th 2017:

In Reply to: Brooklyn Bowling Alleys posted by Brooklyn Guy on Saturday, April 15th 2017:

I used to bowl until I moved to Boca Raton in 1988. As a kid I bowled in a league at Kings Lanes. Then as a teenager at Nostrand Bowl (25 cents a game). Then leagues in Nassau County at Rosedale Lanes and Sunrise Lanes (I saw Hank Aaron's 715th home run off of Al Downing on the TV there. Then back to Brooklyn again at Rainbow Lanes then Gil Hodges on Ralph Avenue and then Mill Basin Lanes and also when it became Gil Hodges as the original one burned down on Ralph Avenue. As I said, I gave it up at the age of 40 when I moved to Boca Raton. I still have a couple of 600 patches and was a fair bowler with an average in the 170's.

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