Bowler [PBA Hall of Fame 1988, American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame 1998]
Barry Asher autographed this 1973 Alan Maver cartoon in June 2011.
See TV film clip of 1970 Firestone Tournament of Champions match of Jim Stefanich vs. Barry Asher.
Bowler [USBC Queens 1978, United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame 1984]
Loa Boxberger autographed this 1974 Alan Maver cartoon in July 2011. Noticing that I lived in Utah, she mentioned that she was named for the small southern Utah town of Loa. It is known for having a cafe that serves pickle pie.
Bowler [American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame 1971]
Ed Lubanski autographed this 1959 Alan Maver cartoon in April 2010. He died seven months later.
Bowler [Bowling Writers Association Female Bowler of the Year 1973, 1975U. S. Bowling Congress Hall of Fame 1976, Professional Wowmen's Bowling Association Hall of Fame 1987]
When I was on the ladies' tour in the '60s, I would go to tournaments with three balls - one for oily lane conditions, one for dry lane conditions, and a spare ball. You have to learn the ups-and-downs of competition and just put it behind you, and I was always able to do that. Sometimes it was no fun, but I had more ups than downs in my career.
Judy Cook Soutar
Judy Soutar autographed these 1974 and 1976 Alan Maver cartoons in December 2010.
See a video clip of Judy Soutar in 1979 "The Great and Greatest Finals."