PBA Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III took some time out of his regular bowling schedule to check out a piece of bowling history: The Holler House in Milwaukee, which houses the oldest sanctioned bowling alley. The bowling lanes are part of the larger tavern and celebrated its 100th birthday in 2008.
To work the lanes, which can still be used by regular customers, so-called "pin boys" have to reload the manual pin mechanism by hand and help roll balls back to bowlers.
According to the Associated Press, in 2008 when the bowling lanes went through their first cleaning in about 40 years, five wooden bowling balls, each with only two finger holes and weighing about 15 pounds were found.
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