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The 11th Frame: Robert Rowe III gives up on legislative proposal to put Open Championships changes in hands of transparent committee of tournament champions subject to delegate approval after USBC tell him it’s against law, won’t move it forward

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 4:00 pm

USBC Open Championships venue South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas. Photo by Susie Fever.
Citing Wisconsin law, the United States Bowling Congress has declined to move forward Robert Rowe III’s proposed legislation that would take authority for USBC Open Championships rules out of the hands of USBC staff and put it into the hands of a committee of tournament champions (from any division), subject to approval of delegates at the USBC Annual Meeting. Wisconsin law applies because USBC remains a Wisconsin corporation, after being headquartered in the Milwaukee area for more than...

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