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CEO Steven Foster going undercover at several of his com- pany’s upscale centers. The show offered a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to keep a business such as Lucky Strike Lanes up and running each day. • Cloverleaf Family Bowl in Fremont, Calif. was

CLICK HERE to check out the “No Ordinary Family” clip on YouTube. Meanwhile, Lucky Strike Lanes CEO Steven Foster dons a bowling pin costume on “Undercover Boss” (below right).

Bowling Hits Prime Time!

Sport keeps popping up all over TV land

DURING the Dec. 7 edition of ABC’s new super- powered family show, “No Ordinary Family,” the character of George St. Cloud gave USBC a shout out when super-speedy mom, Stephanie left three pins on a shot but ran down the lane faster than the eye could see to knock down the remaining pins, claiming a strike. “According to USBC Rule

5A, that is a lane violation,” said George. Kudos to the show’s research department for actually get- ting the right rule, which states, “A foul occurs when a part of the player’s body encroaches on or goes beyond the foul line and touches any part of the lane, equipment or building during or after a delivery.” • Bowling enjoyed some prime-time attention

on the hot CBS show “Undercover Boss” on Nov. 14, when the series featured Lucky Strike Lanes


featured in the Discovery Channel show “Dirty Jobs” on Nov. 23. Host Mike Rowe took viewers behind the scenes of bowling center maintenance, with particular emphasis on the dirty work me- chanics do to maintain automatic pinsetters. Clo- verleaf Family Bowl is in its 47th year of opera- tion, having opened in 1963 by David and Marian Hillman.

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