The American Bowling Congress (ABC) was formed in 1895 and quickly became the largest governing body for ten-pin bowling in the United States. One of the organization's most notable events was the annual ABC Tournament, which brought together top bowlers from across the country to compete for prizes and bragging rights.
The 1905 ABC Tournament was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and was one of the largest and most competitive bowling events of the year. Some of the best bowlers from all over the country converged on Milwaukee to compete for prizes and bragging rights. The tournament featured multiple rounds of competition, including singles, doubles, and team events. The tournament also featured high scores and impressive displays of skill, with bowlers breaking records and setting new standards for the sport.
The tournament was a highlight of the bowling calendar and was attended by thousands of fans and spectators.
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