Bowling – Gatong Cheng Hui Mon, 16 May 2022 21:21:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Bowling – Gatong Cheng Hui 32 32 Elaine Brumberg, the ‘fairy godmother of bowling’, author and beauty consultant, has died at 81 Mon, 16 May 2022 19:52:57 +0000

Elaine Brumberg, 81, of Mount Laurel, model, beauty consultant, author and selfless owner of Thunderbird Bowling Center in Warminster, died of coronary heart disease on Sunday (April 17) at her daughter’s home in New York City.

Known as “the fairy godmother of bowling”, the glamorous and flamboyant Ms Brumberg dressed for years in a flowing pink and white dress, wore a silver tiara or crown and carried a gold scepter when she returned visiting children and others in hospitals and nursing. homes or hosted special bowling events at Thunderbird Warminster.

She also appeared as Mrs. Claus during winter break and brought portable plastic bowling pins to those unable to visit the lanes due to illness or other circumstances. “She loved giving back,” said Bruce Brumberg, Ms. Brumberg’s stepson. “She had energy and style. She had a personal touch.

In 2020, Ms Brumberg told The Inquirer: “It brings me such joy. … If you see the children and the parents, you say to yourself: “I am doing something so special for the others. ”

Ms Brumberg became the sole owner of Thunderbird Warminster a few years ago and, in addition to the usual league members and date nights, she has welcomed children and bowlers with special needs to the lanes for free events or at a reduced price. She has organized fundraisers for charities and families in need, and an events coordinator called her “an energetic, generous and special person”.

She was on the cover of the July 2020 edition of International Bowling Industry magazine in her fairy godmother costume, featured on local television by 6ABC, CBS3 and NBC10, and featured in online stories by the Jewish Exponent, Lower Bucks Times, Metro, Philly Spotlight on Pops subscribers and other outlets.

A model, salesperson and beauty consultant as a young woman, Ms. Brumberg has published three beauty advice books: Save your money, save your face in 1986, Take care of your skin in 1989, and Ageless: What Every Woman Needs to Know to Look and Feel Good in 1997.

She has lectured and written articles for Redbook magazine and other publications on the chemical dangers of certain beauty products, how to counter aggressive selling in department stores, why menopause affects appearance and other issues. consumer cosmetics.

She was interviewed by newspapers across North America and discussed skincare products on the Phil Donahue Show. “People gravitated towards her,” her stepson said. “She was special in that she had a natural charisma.”

Born May 7, 1940, in Pittsburgh, Elaine Gorman grew up in northwestern Pennsylvania, faced anti-Semitism, and was the only Jewish person in her class of 350 high school students. She married Paul Dimetrosky in the 1960s and raised daughter Amy and son Scott.

After a divorce, she met Norman Brumberg in Florida, and they married in 1974. She welcomed her son, Bruce, and daughter, Harriett, into her family, and they lived in Huntingdon Valley.

In addition to her writing and beauty tips, Ms. Brumberg helped her husband run the five bowling centers he owned. She became the sole owner of Thunderbird Warminster a few years after her death in 2011 and became even more dedicated to helping children after a friend’s son fell ill with cancer.

She met David Singer, and they lived together in Mount Laurel and endured bouts of COVID-19 in 2020.

Ms. Brumberg enjoyed shopping and traveled to Iceland, China, Russia, Peru and elsewhere. She was a member of Reformed Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park and Congregation M’kor Shalom in Cherry Hill.

She went skydiving with Singer on her one-year-old birthday and adored her pup, Cooper. She was like a race car driver, cruising around every corner at 100 mph, her daughter, Amy Seiden, said in a tribute. “She was always at full speed and put her passion, energy and soul into everything she did,” her family said.

Her stepson said: “She was a second mother to me. She brought light, joy, energy and special love to all of us.

In addition to her children, stepchildren and partner, Mrs. Brumberg is survived by nine grandchildren, a great-grandchild, a brother and other relatives. Her first husband died earlier.

Services were April 20.

Donations in his name can be made to Link between bowlers and veterans, 11350 Random Hills Rd., Suite 800, Fairfax, Va., 22030, and Chabad at the Shore, 21 S. Troy Ave. Ventnor, NJ 08406.

Umran Malik highest bowling speed: Umran Malik belongs to which country? Sat, 14 May 2022 15:50:24 +0000

Umran Malik’s Highest Bowling Speed: The 22-year-old Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer has once again impressed with his blistering pace against KKR in IPL 2022.

In the 61st game of the current 15th Indian Premier League season at MCA Stadium, Pune, Sunrisers Hyderabad pacemaker Umran Malik was once again the center of attraction against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).

While KKR got off to a pretty decent start after posting 63 points on the scoreboard at the 7 over mark, SRH skipper Kane Williamson introduced his fastest bowler in the camp, Umran Malik, and the right arm pacer delivered right away for his side.

Only on his third delivery of the game did Malik draw first blood when he got rid of in-form Southpaw hitter Nitish Rana (26 of 16), catching him to the deep back square leg region.

After starting his spell by passing over the 145 km/h mark, Malik got rid of the good set, but a struggling Ajinkya Rahane (28 of 24) during the final delivery of the Over, as he hit another short outside the stump. , only for Rahane to play the upper cut towards the deep point fence.

Credits to outfielder Shashank Singh though, for taking an exceptional hold at the boundary fence to give Malik his second wicket from the Over.

Finally, in the last delivery of his second Over, he also got rid of KKR skipper Shreyas Iyer (15 from 9), taking him in the middle of the wicket.

The Jammu and Kashmir pacemaker finally ended his night with another impressive bowling figure of 4-0-33-3.

Umran Malik highest bowling speed

Umran Malik had the fastest throw in his side’s game against Delhi Capitals (DC) at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.

After making the fastest delivery of the IPL 2022 by hitting 154.8km/h, Malik improved his speed in the final Over of the round itself, when he played at 157km/h.

With 157 ks, Umran not only threw the fastest ball of the current IPL season but also became the fastest Indian bowler in IPL history.

Additionally, he also became the second fastest bowler in IPL history, second only to former Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait, who shot 157.71 mph in the edition. 2011 Rajasthan Royals (RR) league.

Umran Malik belongs to which country?

The 25-year-old hails from Gujjar Nagar, Jammu, which sits very well within the geographical boundaries of India.

Having played for Jammu and Kashmir at under-19 level and for the senior side as well last year, Malik was also one of the net bowlers for Team India at the T20 World Cup last year in the United Arab Emirates.

Bowling Green Police are working to mobilize the community Fri, 13 May 2022 03:00:00 +0000 BGPD strives to be more transparent and improve relationships with the people they serve.

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — The Bowling Green Police Division takes people behind the scenes, giving them a look at how officers respond in high-stress situations, from traffic stops to gun safety. The department runs a citizen outreach program, also known as COP

The department’s goal is to help people understand what officers are trained in and how they respond to certain situations.

“We wanted to kind of demystify what we do, and hope that people will better understand and see that we’re people like them. We’ve just been given a job to do, and we want to do this to the best of our ability. our capabilities for the community,” Bowling Green Police Chief Tony Hetrick said.

The program was set up following the unrest following the police killing of George Floyd.

“A few years ago, with the George Floyd incident, the city council thought it would be a good idea for the police to do more community engagement,” Hetrick said.

Lt. Ryan Tackett wants people to walk away with a greater sense of transparency from the department and an appreciation for what police officers are up against.

“I think they will better understand what law enforcement does, why we respond to calls the way we do, what our expectations are on a call, and how people react to what we do.”

The department plans to hold another session in the fall. Registration will be available on the city’s website.


Spokane Lawn Bowling Club is offering free lessons this summer Wed, 11 May 2022 12:39:17 +0000
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Spokane Lawn Bowling Club is offering free lessons this summer

SPOKANE, Wash. – Have you heard of lawn bowling? It is a sport that has existed in Spokane since 1913 and continues to grow to this day.

The sport has origins that can be traced back to Europe, particularly the UK, but you can learn how it’s played through the Spokane Lawn Bowling Club.

The Spokane Lawn Bowling Club has been active in Spokane for decades and wants to introduce people to the sport.

Lawn bowling is an outdoor game in which you roll a ball towards a smaller stationary ball, called a jack.

The first lawn bowling green in Spokane was at Manito Park. Now it’s behind the Witter Aquatic Center.

The club offers free lessons in May, June and July.

You can come to 1300 E Mission Ave. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m.

For more information on the sport and to get in touch with the club, follow their Facebook page.

Bowling Green therapist who recovered from anorexia says eating disorders are often hidden Mon, 09 May 2022 20:06:00 +0000

A newly formed support group in Owensboro called Aubrey’s Song is raising awareness about eating disorders and developing local resources for treatment.

The band is in memory of Aubrey Michelle Clark, who began battling an eating disorder in college and lost her life to complications from the disease in 2005 at the age of 22.

One of Aubrey’s Song’s board members is Hillary Bacon, a therapist who works in crisis mental health services at LifeSkills in Bowling Green. Bacon, 28, knows firsthand the insidious way an eating disorder develops.

“It was more and more exercise with less and less fuel, until I was finally in the gym for a few hours a day with very little to no food.”

Hillary Bacon

Bacon decided to eat healthier and develop an exercise routine, so she took a women’s weightlifting class as a student at Western Kentucky University. She drastically restricted her food intake, as well as extended hours in the gym, and the combination caused her to lose weight rapidly.

She realized her perceptions were warped and she finally called her parents.

Bacon developed anorexia during his sophomore year of college. She spent several working with a therapist, physical therapist and dietitian and balancing her diet and perspective.

She says she has now recovered from anorexia and has achieved the balance and normal life she has been working towards for years.

After becoming a licensed clinical social worker, Bacon pursued doctoral studies in clinical social work.

Note: Aubrey’s Song meets the fourth Thursday of the month from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Logsdon Center in Owensboro. The group is for friends and families of people with eating disorders. For more information, call 270-852-6514.

Yuzvendra Chahal surpasses bowling idol Shane Warne to pull off massive feat for RR Sun, 08 May 2022 03:30:00 +0000

Yuzvendra Chahal of the Rajasthan Royals has had a fantastic run in the Indian Premier League so far, atop the list of top wicket takers. On Saturday, Chahal won another three-wicket hit of the season, finishing with a bowling figure of 3/28 from 4 overs against the Punjab Kings. Before entering the game, Chahal had a record 19 wickets but with a three-iron he has now eclipsed legendary spinner Shane Warne and Shreyas Gopal to become Rajasthan Royals’ highest wicket taker among spinners in a season.

Shane Warne topped the list of top spin bowling wicket takers for Rajasthan in a season thanks to his tally of 19 wickets, which he recorded in the inaugural edition of the IPL. However, Warne’s record was broken by Shreyas Gopal in the 2019 edition of the cash-rich league when the latter picked 20 wickets in 14 matches. Yuzvendra Chahal has now passed Warne and Gopal to become the Royals’ leading single-season spinner. Chahal currently has 22 wickets in 11 matches, including a hat-trick, which he picked against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 18.

Chahal is currently tied with former Pakistani pacer Sohail Tanvir in the list of highest wicket takers for Rajasthan in a season (overall). Tanvir had chosen 22 wickets in 11 matches in the 2008 edition of the IPL. Chahal is expected to surpass Tanvir in the next game. Meanwhile, James Faulkner holds the record for most wickets for Rajasthan in a season. He picked 28 wickets for the franchise in 2013. It will be interesting to see if Chahal can surpass Faulkner to become the most wicked bowler for RR in a season.


As for the late night game, Rajasthan beat Punjab by 6 wickets to further cement their place in the points table. Running in second, Rajasthan went on a whopping 189 runs in 19.4 overs. Yashasvi Jaiswal has shattered an incredible half century to help his team pursue the target. Jos Buttler, Shimron Hetmyer, Devdutt Padikkal and Sanju Samson all contributed a few runs with their bats. Jaiswal was named player of the match for his outstanding stroke with the bat.


The giant bowling pins on top of Japanese buildings often serve a second, hidden purpose Wed, 04 May 2022 15:03:05 +0000

Your eye ain’t the only thing they’re supposed to catch.

bowling alleys are incredibly easy to find in Japan. That’s not to say they’re everywhere, but if there’s one in your vicinity, you’ll often be able to spot it right away, because chances are it has a giant bowling pin on top.

This exterior style is particularly common in Round 1. Branches of the entertainment center chain usually also have arcades, karaoke boxes, and pool and darts areas, but it’s a bowling pin that sits on the roof by about 70% of the 99 Round 1 locations in Japan. Obviously, the pin works as an advertisement, but it’s not just meant to catch the eye. Turns out a lot of these pins are there for catch lightning also.

According to Japanese building codes, a building over 20 meters (65.6 feet) high must have a lightning rod at its peak. 20 meters would correspond to the sixth floor of an apartment building, and with the higher interior ceilings of a commercial building like Round 1, it is quite easy to exceed 20 meters, especially if there are also other tenants in the building. So for Round 1 pitches that are over 20 meters high and have a bowling pin on their roof, the tip of the pin has a lightning rod protruding from it.

The protrusion isn’t always noticeable at ground level, but Round 1’s brand management department recently confirmed the lightning rod functionality of its roof pins. There is a bit of a chicken and egg here though. Normally, if a building is less than 20 meters high, there is no lightning rod. However, even if the main structure itself is below this limit, if there are antennas, advertisements, or other things attached to the building that extend more than 20 meters above the ground, then the lightning rod requirement comes into play. It is therefore possible that in addition to the branches of round 1 which already needed a lightning rod and therefore integrated it into the roof pin, there may also be branches on which it is the pin itself which places them beyond 20 meters. Anyway, these pins are not only advertisements, but often also security features.

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Twitch streamer ExtraEmily panics after a perfect game of Switch Sports Bowling Mon, 02 May 2022 16:43:12 +0000

Rising Twitch streamer Emily “ExtraEmily” Zhang found a brilliant strategy in Switch Sports Bowling that allowed her to pitch a perfect game in Nintendo’s latest release.

ExtraEmily has had a pretty impressive few weeks. In April, she was named the winner of Mizkif’s Twitch show “Schooled,” taking home a whopping $50,000 prize. Now, the first week of May, she hit a 300 in Switch Sports.

Much like Wii Sports before it, Switch Sports gives gamers the convenience of “bowling” in their living room without the need to rent bad shoes or lift heavy balls.

Already we’ve seen Switch Sports make an impact on the gaming scene and ExtraEmily has been no exception, wanting to play a perfect game and dedicate a whole stream to it.

ExtraEmily plays the perfect game in Switch Sports Bowling

On May 1, Emily began her quest for the perfect game, but was nowhere closer to achieving her goal than when she started, around three and a half hours.

Luckily, after checking her vods and doing some research, she seemed to develop a winning strategy of lining up the ball the right way before bowling to seemingly guarantee a strike.

After a few tries, the streamer was confident in her technique and unleashed blow after blow, leaving no pin safe before finding herself one hit.

“The cat was there,” she said before throwing her last ball. “Oh my God! Let’s go!”

With the last pins knocked out and the perfect game achieved, Emily stood up and jumped for joy, shouting “perfect game” over and over dancing in victory.

It remains to be seen if Emily can put her Switch skills to bowling and try a 300 in a real bowling alley, but if her determination with the Nintendo game is any indication, she could very well make it a reality.

Baseball takes one at Bowling Green in Saturday’s doubleheader Sun, 01 May 2022 00:52:18 +0000

GAME 1 | Bowling Green 2, Eastern Michigan 1
GAME 2 | Eastern Michigan 6, Bowling Green 3

YPSILANTI, Mich. ( — The Eastern Michigan University baseball team shared a doubleheader Saturday with Bowling Green State University on April 30 inside Oestrike Stadium. With Saturday’s lone win, the Eagles (18-25, 12-15 MAC) can’t lose the series to the Falcons after winning Game 1 of the series on Friday night.

In the first game, freshman Adam Falinsky (Howell, Michigan-Detroit Catholic Central) had worked it all out Saturday, whipping up 11 Bowling Green batters in seven innings of work, but it wasn’t enough as the Eastern Michigan Eagles lost to the Falcons 2-1.

In addition to his 11 strikeouts, Falinski (4-5) pitched seven innings, allowing two runs, both earned, on eight hits without allowing a free pass to Eastern.

Offensively, the Eagles were led by juniors Matt Kirk (Milford, Ohio-Milford (Toledo)), who went 1 for 3 that day with a brace. Senior Brady Huebbe (Peru, Ill-Las Salle-Peru (northern Illinois)) scored the only RBI for EMU in the loss.

In the second game, senior Taylor Hopkins (Mason, Ohio-Archbishop Moeller) racked up four hits to help propel the Eastern Michigan Eagles past the Bowling Green Falcons, 6-3.

Senior Zak Fruit (Dundee, Michigan-Dundee) (4-4) started on the mound and picked up the win for Eastern. The right-hander went seven innings, allowing three runs, all earned, on seven hits, allowing two walks and striking out six. Junior Trevor House (Okeana, Ohio-Ross) also made an impact on the mound for the Eagles, pitching two shutout innings while allowing no hits, no walks and three strikeouts, marking his second save of the season.

In addition to his four hits, Hopkins had an RBI to lead the Eagles. Kirk also had a standout performance on the flat, going 2-for-4 with a double, a home run and three RBIs. Huebbe also assisted for Eastern Michigan, collecting one hit in four trips to home plate while adding a home run and an RBI.

What do you mean Arrived – Game 1
The Eagles immediately got on the board, starting their scoring with a run late in the first inning. Senior Taylor Hopkins came on to score the only run of the inning for Eastern Michigan and put them on the board. The Eagles were unable to hold onto the lead, as Bowling Green scored twice in the remaining six innings to claim a 2-1 victory.

Game Notes – Game 1
Falinski fanned 11 Falcons batters. The 11 Ks equals a season high for Falinski and equals the most an eagle thrower has scored in a contest this season (Falinski – 11; Luke Russo (Howell, Mich.-Howell) – 11)
The Eastern Michigan pitchers held Bowling Green to just 1 for 8 (.125) with runners in scoring position.
The Eastern Michigan pitchers faced 29 Bowling Green batters in the game, allowing seven ground balls and three fly balls while striking out 11.
Kirk led the Eagles to the plate, going 1 for 3 with a brace. The extra hit was Kirk’s team-leading 30th of the season.

How it went – Game 2
The Eagles were trailing 1-0 in the first inning when they first scored on the board. Eastern Michigan scored three times, all on a three-run homer from Kirk’s at-bat.

The Eagles then held the Falcons scoreless before extending their lead in the third inning. Eastern Michigan scored a run on Huebbe’s first home run to make it 4-1 in favor of the Eagles.

Bowling Green cut Eastern Michigan’s lead to 4-3 before the Eagles took the lead to 6-3 in the eighth inning. Hopkins’ single highlighted a two-run out in the frame for the Eagles. The score remained 6-3 for the rest of the game as Eastern Michigan held on for the win.

Game Notes – Game 2
Hopkins had four hits on the day for Eastern Michigan. The four base hits tie a career high for Hopkins (4 vs. St. Bonaventure, May 1, 2021). Additionally, the shortstop is only the fourth Eagle this season to score four hits in a contest (Aaron Dolney (Plymouth, Michigan-Detroit Country Day (Nebraska))Kirk and Warkentin).
Fruit retired six Falcons batters.
Kirk led the Eagles at the plate, going 2 for 4 with a double, a home run and three RBIs. The home run was the Mid-American Conference leading outfielder’s 12th round of the season. The left fielder now has 39 RBI on the year, a mark that’s tied for fourth in the MAC. Additionally, this is Kirk’s 11th multi-RBI game of the season.
The Eagles’ power output was led by Kirk, who compiled two extra hits in the ballgame. The pair of extra hits were Kirk’s team-leading 31st and 32nd of the season. The pair of hits also extends Kirk’s hitting streak to six games.
Huebbe’s third-inning homer was the senior’s seventh of the season, a mark that ranks fourth among the Eagles.
Eastern Michigan’s highest scoring inning was the first one when they went for three runs.
The Eagles beat the Falcons to a 12-7 clip. EMU are 14-4 when beating their opposition.
The Eastern Michigan pitchers held Bowling Green to just 1 for 7 (.143) with runners in scoring position. EMU pitchers faced 36 Bowling Green batters in the game, allowing five ground balls and 12 fly balls while striking out nine

Historical Notes
Falinski’s 11 punches in Game 1 are tied for second most in modern EMU statistical history (1999-Pres.) for strikeouts in one outing (Falinski – 11, Russo – 11 , and Ryan Lavoie11).
With Huebbe’s hit Saturday, the senior has recorded 97 career hits (51 hits with Northern Illinois). The center back is just three hits shy of 100 career hits.

Eastern will look to win the series against Bowling Green on Sunday, May 1 in the series finale. The first pitch at Oestrike Stadium is scheduled for 1 p.m.

PDRA Drag Racing comes to Bowling Green Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:27:00 +0000

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Rev up your engines and get ready for drag racing this weekend at Beech Bend Raceway Park.

“We came to Bowling Green thinking it would be a good place for our second event of the year here for the PDRA Series,” says Tyler Crossnoe, Series Manager at the Professional Drag Racers Association.

An event that usually highlights drag racing but also attracts an influx of visitors.

“So the Beech Bend Drag Race is always busy this time of year and it kicks off our car show season,” says Bowling Green Area’s Nora Bryant. Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.

“These events put us on a map with people who would never even really think about Bowling Green, their interest is drag racing, but then they come here and find that we are so much more than the event they come to, we have the restaurants, we have the attractions,” adds Byrant.

“We will see thousands of visitors this season entering and staying at our hotels, spending money at our local businesses and dining at our local restaurants. It’s just really great for Bowling Green and Warren County,” Bryant also said.

Those with PDRA like to come to Bowling Green.

“Coming to Bowling Green is very special for us. I grew up a few hours from here. It’s kind of like home, I raced here for many years, and I was able, to be able to come back and bring our form of drag racing to this facility. It’s very special, and we’re going to put on a hell of a show this weekend,” adds Crossnoe.

The Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau says people come for one reason, but stay for another.

“You hear it all the time. Oh my god we’re coming back next year, oh my god I want to move here or they’re looking for a move for their business. And so these events really help promote Bowling Green,” says Bryant.

Drag racing fans can expect quite a show this weekend.

“We only see pro mods, we have two modded pro classes Extreme Pro Stock 632, Top Sporty Top Dragster is just a lot of bad fast door cars. They looked like a ’69 Camaro and a ’67 Mustang like you’d get back home, but they sure don’t ride like the ones that drive down the street. So you’ll see guys running three seconds, 200 miles an hour all weekend. Our show is only, I think, about eight or nine years old. Thus, being able to bring new era drag racing into an older model facility. It’s really cool, added Crossnoe.

Beech Bend Raceway Park is located at 798 Beech Bend Park Rd.

For more information or to view the weekend schedule, click here.

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