August 27, 2001 | Alexander Wolff
Earl Anthony made pocket money as a kid by setting up pins in a bowling alley. His knack for knocking them down as an adult made him the first bowler to earn $1 million during his career. Anthony, who was 63 when he...
March 07, 1977 | Roy Bongartz
November 25, 1974 | Herman Weiskopf
Earl Anthony is a crew-cut square, but a whiz with a big round ball
September 08, 1975
BOWLING—In the third roll-off in the 16-year history of the PBA, EARL ANTHONY of Tacoma, Wash, defeated Matt Surina by striking out in the extra two frames to win the Waukegan (Ill.) Open. The two had tied with...
April 15, 1974 | Herman Weiskopf
Crew-cut and square, Earl Anthony keeps to himself on tour and kept his cool to win the rich Firestone