Pauline Huffman accepted a check for $300 from Pat Collins, who was manager of Eastland Bowling Lanes, after she rolled the first sanctioned 300 game in Lexington’s history in September 1967. Huffman had been bowling for 25 years and was averaging 169.
Pauline Huffman accepted a check for $300 from Pat Collins, who was manager of Eastland Bowling Lanes, after she rolled the first sanctioned 300 game in Lexington’s history in September 1967. Huffman had been bowling for 25 years and was averaging 169. Staff File Photo
Pauline Huffman accepted a check for $300 from Pat Collins, who was manager of Eastland Bowling Lanes, after she rolled the first sanctioned 300 game in Lexington’s history in September 1967. Huffman had been bowling for 25 years and was averaging 169. Staff File Photo

Fifty years ago, Pauline Huffman rolled Lexington’s first perfect game

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