At that time, he carried an average in the high 180's.Harry was a member of the Southeast Merchant's League on Thursday evenings starting at Nick's Bowl, Bryant Lake Bowl, Lowery Lanes and finally at Rainbow Lanes.
The popular TV show 'Bowlerama' was hosted by Bob with his co-host Steve Nelson. This show grew in excitement and brought attention to the sport.
As a proprietor, as a competitor, as a board member, as an instructor, but mostly as a friend, Earl Fisher has improved the sport of bowling.
Bob's accomplishments extend to all areas of bowling: from teacher to mentor, to promoter of the great sport.
He participated in many city and state bowling events. He encouraged his sons, grandchildren and their friends to become involved in sanctioned leagues. Case in point, the Thursday Night Twilight League at Village North Bowl honored Harry by appointing him honorary president by an overwhelming margin. Paul ABC and WIBC Singles and Doubles Tournaments to relocate to this facility.
Earl began his bowling career in 1955 both as a proprietor and as a bowler at Park Recreational Lanes, an eight-lane house located in St. Earl also started the in-house Mixed Doubles Tournaments that continued as an annual event. Each year he was at Biltmore he earned the opportunity to host at least one of The Minneapolis ABC and WIBC Singles, Doubles or Team Tournaments.
This is also the year that Earl formed and bowled in the Golden Valley Classic.