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Superior Performance

Dorothy Fothergill
City: Lincoln
State: RI
Inducted: 1980

Perhaps no other bowler has so indelibly etched her name into the records books for sheer pin fall as has Dorothy Fothergill. She won six USBC Women's Championships titles in a short span from 1970 to 1973. In 1970, she captured a record-tying three Women's Championships titles and established the all-events record of 1964. Her average in 10 Women's Championships was 199. She won back-to-back USBC Queens tournament titles in 1972 and 1973. Her lifetime average for Queens play is 196. A left-hander, Dotty won the BPAA All-Star crown twice, in 1968 and 1969. She also has eight victories in professional play. Bowler of the Year honors came her way in 1968-69. She came out of retirement in 1979 to win the Great and Greatest tournament with Donna Adamek.
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