All-American Classic

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The All-American Classic was the third event of the 1961 PBA Season.

Tournament Recap[edit]

The PBA tour's third event of 1961, the $21,900 All-American Classic, was held at Cotton Bowl, in Dallas, TX. The first day of PBA competition was May 18, 1961. The competition ran until May 21, 1961. 24 bowlers cashed in this competition. Dick Weber, of St. Louis, MO, won his fourth career PBA title, and took home the first prize of $3,000. Rounding out the top 5 were Ray Bluth, Dick Hoover, Ed Lubanski, and Dennis Chapis

Top 10[edit]

Position Name Hometown Prize
1 Dick Weber St. Louis, MO $3,000
2 Ray Bluth St. Louis, MO $2,200
3 Dick Hoover Akron, OH $1,500
4 Ed Lubanski Detroit, MI $1,200
5 Dennis Chapis St. Louis, MO $1,000
6 Al Savas Milwaukee, WI $900
7 Leo Mann St. Paul, MN $850
8 Joe Donato Schenectady, NY $800
9 Jack Aydelotte Dallas, TX $750
10 Tom Hennessey St. Louis, MO $700

References[edit]

http://pba.com/Tournaments/FullStandings/146