Just some History

In 1958 there were 14 bowling centers in our association   

In 1961 there were 21 bowling centers in our association   

In 1958 high average in the AABA was 200 

In 1969 the high average was 210   

During the 1959 - 1960 season there was one 300 game by Jim Mynning 

Up to the 1975 season there had only been eleven 300 games recorded in our association

The 1985 - 1986 season saw an increase in scores with 18 - 300 games and 7 - 299 games    

There were 126 - 300 games thrown during the 2005 - 2006 season!   

Brighton Bowl is our oldest center having opened in 1948

The old Pinckney Lanes was originally called La Rosa Bowl

In 1980 there were 17 bowling centers in our association accounting for 357 individual lanes   

During the 1979-1980 season the AABA had a total of 8321 member   

Ralph Huntley was awarded the first "Director of the Year" award in 1986 

The Ernest F Dieterle Achievement Award (now known as the Secretary of the Year Award) was first given to Willard "Peck" Curtis in 1982

The old "Ypsi-Arbor" bowling sign sold at auction for $3250 to a museum in South Dakota

Harry Melidosian at age 79 years and 3 months bowled a 300 game at Lodge Lanes on 3-7-12 which is believed to be an Association record for oldest member to throw a perfect game