TODAY IN HISTORY: March 2, 1967, Waters rolls first 300 game at Comet Bowl

FROM THE PRESS FILES

THEY'LL BE TALKING about is for some time to come and the one who caused all the commotion is 19-year-old Dave Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Waters, 705 7th Ave.. Dave rolled a perfect game at Comet Bowl last night (Thursday, March 2, 1967) to record Charles City's first sanctioned 300 score. In addition, he received $300 from Ray's Pizza. Dave is shown here, second from left, being congratulated by Mark Marquardt. Waiting their turns to extend best wishes are, left, Mike Marquardt and Ray and Opal Issacson. — From the Friday, March 3, 1967 Charles City Press
THEY’LL BE TALKING about is for some time to come and the one who caused all the commotion is 19-year-old Dave Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Waters, 705 7th Ave.. Dave rolled a perfect game at Comet Bowl last night (Thursday, March 2, 1967) to record Charles City’s first sanctioned 300 score. In addition, he received $300 from Ray’s Pizza. Dave is shown here, second from left, being congratulated by Mark Marquardt. Waiting their turns to extend best wishes are, left, Mike Marquardt and Ray and Opal Issacson. — From the Friday, March 3, 1967 Charles City Press

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