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#9212: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: PBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, THE
1970-10-24, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Billy Welu, Mike McGrath, Dave Davis, Larry Lichstein, George Pappas, Johnny Petraglia

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The 11th Annual National Bowling Championship is broadcast from the Garden City Bowl in Garden City, NY. Mike McGrath defeated Dave Davis 226-222 in the final match to win the $7500.00 first prize. Chris Schenkel and Billy Welu report.                                      
#9211: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE
1976-01-24, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr.

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

From Denver Colorado the $65,000 Denver Open. Chris Schenkel and Nelson Burton Jr. are the hosts.                          
#9213: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: AMF PRO CLASSIC, THE
1976-02-21, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Earl Anthony, Warner Wolf, Dave Diles

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The AMF Pro Classic from the Garden City Bowl in Garden City, NY. Dick Weber defeats Earl Anthony in the final match of the $100,000 tournament winning his 25th career title, untieing him with Don Johnson.

                                      
#9214: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: MIDAS OPEN, THE
1976-02-28, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Earl Anthony, Johnny Petraglia

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $100,000 Midas Open from the Bradley Bowl in Windsor Locks, Conn. Earl Anthony defeated Johnny Petraglia 236-214 for his 21st career win and $14,000 first prize.                                     
#9215: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: NEW ORLEANS LIONS OPEN, THE
1976-03-13, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Don McCune, Louie Moore

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Louie Moore defeated Don McCune 218-202 in the final match to capture the title of the New Orleans Lions Open.                                    
#9216: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: BPAA US OPEN, THE
1976-03-20, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Paul Moser, Jim Frazier

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Paul Moser defeats Jim Frazier 226-195 to win the BPAA US Open from the Forum Bowl in Grand Prairie, Texas.

                                      
#9217: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: ROLAIDS OPEN, THE
1976-03-27, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Mark Roth, Larry Laub

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Mark Roth defeated Larry Laub 235-202 in the final match to capture the $14,000 first prize in the 100,000 Rolaids Open
from the Dick Weber Lanes in Florissant, Missouri.                                     
#9218: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: MILLER HIGH LIFE OPEN, THE
1976-04-03, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dave Soutar, Lea Schissler

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $80,000 Miller High Life Open from Red Carpet Celebrity Lanes in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Dave Soutar defeats Lea Schissler 207-206 in the final match capturing the $10,000 first prize. 

                                    
#9219: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: LITE CLASSIC, THE
1977-01-08, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Earl Anthony, Marshall Holman, Keith Kraykraft, Ferrell Hinkle, Les Zikes

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $80,000 Lite Classic from the Gable House Bowl in Torrance, Calif. Earl Anthony defeated Marshall Holman 258-202 in the final match to capture the $10,000 first prize. 

                                     
#9220: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE SHOWBOAT INVITATIONAL, THE
1977-01-22, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Earl Anthony, Mark Roth

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

The $100,000 Showboat Invitational from Las Vegas, Nevada. Mark Roth defeated Earl Anthony 237-211 in the final match to capture the $14,000 top prize. 

                                   
#9221: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: ROLAIDS OPEN, THE
1977-02-05, ABC, 90 min.
Al Michaels, Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Steve Neff, Cliff McNealy

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Steve Neff defeated Cliff McNealy 212-190 in the final match to win the $14,000 first prize in the $100,000 Rolaids Open at the Dick Weber Lanes in Florissant, Missouri. Al Michaels subbing for Chris Schenkel calls the matches.                                     
#9222: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: KING LOUIE OPEN, THE
1977-02-19, ABC, 90 min.
Nelson Burton Jr., Dick Weber, Warner Wolf, Gary Mage

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Dick Weber defeated Gary Mage in the final match to win first prize in the $75,000 King Louie Open in Overland Park, Kansas. It was Weber's 26th career title victory. Warner Wolf subbing for Chris Schenkel calls the matches. 

                                      
#9223: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: $75,000 MURIEL CIGAR OPEN, THE
1977-03-19, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Roy Buckley, Jimmy Certain

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Roy Buckley captures the $8,000 first prize defeating Jimmy Certain 227-193 in the first Annual $75,000 Muriel Cigar Open
from Buckeye Lanes in Cleveland, Ohio.                                      
#9224: PRO BOWLERS TOUR, THE: FIRESTONE TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, THE
1977-04-23, ABC, 90 min.
Chris Schenkel, Nelson Burton Jr., Mike Berlin, Mike Durbin

Premiere January 6th, 1962. The Pro Bowlers Tour was a weekly bowling show seen Saturday afternoons on ABC. Chris Schenkel hosted the show since its inception on January 6th, 1962. He was assisted by Jack Buck (1962-1964), Billy Welu (1964-1974) and Nelson Burton Jr. starting in 1975.

Mike Berlin defeated Mike Durbin 221-205 to capture the $25,000 first prize in the $125,000 Firestone Tournament Of Champions in Akron, Ohio. 

                                      
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