• Short Summary

    The 9th World Ten-Pin Bowling Championships was held in Singapore with competitors from 40 countries taking part in the five-day tournament.

  • Description

    1.
    Establishing shot
    2 ft

    2.
    Snow (U.S.A) bowling
    5 ft

    3.
    Watson (Canada) bowling
    7 ft

    4.
    Baigis (Mexico) bowling
    9 ft

    5.
    Caterer (Great Britain) bowling
    13 ft

    6.
    Watson bowling
    16 ft

    7.
    Caterer bowling
    19 ft

    8.
    Watson bowling
    22 ft

    9.
    Caterer bowling
    25 ft

    10.
    Caterer embrassed by spectators
    26 ft

    11.
    Spectators cheering
    27 ft

    12.
    Caterer hugged by wife
    29 ft

    13.
    Caterer receiving trophy
    34 ft

    14.
    Women semi and grand final
    38 ft

    15.
    Srivises (Thailand) bowling
    41 ft

    16.
    Spectators
    42 ft

    17.
    Holloway (U.S.A) Bowling
    46 ft

    18.
    Cunningham (Ireland) bowling
    50 ft

    19.
    Srivises bowling
    54 ft

    20.
    Spectator
    55 ft

    21.
    Anaya (Mexico) bowling
    59 ft

    22.
    Srivises bowling
    61 ft

    23.
    Anaya and Srivises hug each other
    64 ft

    24.
    Srivises receiving trophy
    67 ft



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    Background: The 9th World Ten-Pin Bowling Championships was held in Singapore with competitors from 40 countries taking part in the five-day tournament.

    The Men's Semi-Final took place on Sunday (25 November). Lee snow of the United States, a 21-year-old student, was one of the semi-finalists. The second was Mexico's Miguel Baigts. The other two semi-finalists were Canada's Glen Watson and England's Bernie Caterer.

    After six games, the field was narrowed down of two competitors. The 27-year-old Watson, A construction worker from Canada, bowled well throughout the tournament, averaging 202 per game. But England's Bernie Caterer showed incredible fighting spirit after five gruelling days of competition. In the final game, pushed by Watson, Caterer needed to knock down nine pins with his last delivery. He did just that.

    The 25-year-old bowling shop assistant put together three games of 227, 215 and 201 to beat Watson by just one pin. Caterer's win gave England's its first victory ever in the World Bowling Championships.

    Earlier on Saturday, the women's semi-finals matched Kesinee Srivises of Thailand with Susan Holloway, a 19-year-old student from the United States. Eileen Cunningham a housewife from Ireland was the third semi-finalist.

    Thailand's kesinee Srivises, Scoring 1,163 pins after six games, earned a place in the finals. The pre-tournament favourite, Mele Anaya of Mexico, was the other finalist. But the 27-year-old Thai girl scored an upset, by rolling a 213 last game to win the women's championship.

    In beating Mrs. Anaya of Mexico, Mrs. Srivises became the first Asian ever to win the World Championships.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA3J3XIFZEMWCD9SE2Y1HKMUPQE
    Media URN:
    VLVA3J3XIFZEMWCD9SE2Y1HKMUPQE
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    24/11/1973
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:48:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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