HIGH ROLLERS IN DETROIT
Serious bowling and a rollicking good time bring top executives and professional men to Detroit by private plane, motorcycle-escorted limousine and special train from as far off as England for the 42nd annual Inter-Club tournament between the Detroit, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo athletic clubs
Stogie-Chewing Walter Ward, Cleveland, tournament's only "pro," won all-events, called match "toughest I've ever bowled."
Suite of executives includes (from left): Chuck Larsen, Detroit, president, Cunningham Drug; John Iversen, Pittsburgh, Mesta Machine; Alex Squire, England, auto parts; Cliff Kirtland, Buffalo, banker; Tim Meulenberg, Detroit, Automotive Rubber.
March 4, 1957
Open-Mouthed Art Roehm, Detroit, former Inter-Club singles and doubles champion, applies mental English to ball.
Oldtimer applauds good roll by teammate. After being pushed off teams by younger men, oldtimers started own tourney.
Buffet fare is served in the Detroit AC gym. Three-day affair was stag except for female entertainers such as blonde-wigged Accordionist Lois Kane (opposite page), accompanied by Sam Armitage of the Hospitality Committee.
TONGUE-BITING LORING ARCHER EYES PINS. CLEVELAND WON CLUB TITLE
GUNSMOKE OVER THE DESERT
With a roar of gunfire at Las Vegas, the 10th Annual Mid Winter Trapshooting Tournament exploded across the dry cactus-studded Nevada desert, drowning out the hauntingly familiar rattle of the ivories. From all over the nation an unprecedented 600 shooters crowded onto the magnificent Sahara Gun Club's 14-trap range, shattered a record 400,000 clay targets during a hectic, fun-filled week-long bid for bulging cash purses and a roomful of glittering silverware
Fancy feathers plume hat of Margaret Aakrann of bird-rich Minot, N. Dak.
Sweet sixteen and one of top lady champions is Helen Thomas of Los Angeles.
Glamorously expert Evelyn Primm, Reno, boasts chest of trap trophies.
Beaming praise of young rival rewards Shooter Somer Hollingsworth (right).
Sporty Cowboy Danny Orlich is hot trap shot representing Harold's Club, Reno.
Debonair Cap distinguishes Aircraft Executive Red Hale of Van Nuys, Calif.
HANDSOME SHOTGUNS STAND IDLE AS SHOOTERS IN BACKGROUND DROP CLAY BIRDS OVER BEAUTIFULLY EQUIPPED SAHARA GUN CLUB RANGE
Out-of-season geese, undisturbed by gunfire, cruise invitingly over frustrated shooters, who mutter unprintable words.
Desert-roaming burro, fascinated by activity, wanders along shooting range for better view and possible handout.