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Ned Day
City: Milwaukee
State: WI
Inducted: 1952


A three-time USBC Open Championships titlist, Day was one of the first to make extensive exhibition and match game tours. He was one of the game's great stylists, who excelled in speaking, instructing and promotion work, and he performed in film shorts produced in Hollywood by Pete Smith. He won the BPAA All-Star title in 1943, and his 23 other titles include nine championships in BPAA national events. Day was named BWAA Bowler of the Year in 1943 and 1944, and he was selected to Bowling Magazine's Pre-1950 All-America team.
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