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Hall of Famer Quits the Lanes

In a stunning development that has shocked the bowling world, Celebrity Bowling Hall of Famer Miley Cyrus has vowed never to bowl again after claiming to have cheated death in a horrific bowling accident! The 2011 inductee (she

garnered 42 percent of the vote in the online contest, beating out Justin Bieber and “The Big Lebowski’s” Jeff Bridges) told Britain’s “Daily Star” that on a recent trip to the lanes (she did not mention where the accident took place), her fingers stuck in the bowling ball and she was propelled down the lane. “I literally almost died,” the

5-foot-5, 108-pound performer told the paper. “I will never play again. The shoes are way too slippery, and I went sliding down the lane and almost went through the pins!” No word on whether the pop star will be returning her Hall of Fame plaque.

A TALE OF TWO MILEYS: Above, Miley Cyrus in happier bowling days. Below, Mi- ley Cyrus post-bowling accident.

‘Double D’s’ Big Win: Click the above video to relive the final frame of Dave D’Entrem- ont’s 1996 win at the Brunswick World Tournament of Champions. It was his only major title.

PBA Star D’Entremont Dead At 52

On the PBA Tour he was known as “Double D,” a big, burly right-hander who could in- timidate an opponent and overpower the lanes. Away from the lanes, Dave D’Entremont

was known as big-hearted and gracious, and was a favorite among the Tour’s fan base.

A six-time Tour titlist, D’Entremont died,

Oct. 12, of an undisclosed illness at a Cleve- land area hospital. He was born and raised in Northeast Ohio, and was a longtime res- ident of Middleburg Heights. D’Entremont was 52.

Although D’Entremont’s Pro Tour career spanned more than 20 years, his first and

last victories were 10 years apart: His first title game at the Fresno Open in 1992, and, after a five-year dry spell, D’Entremont picked up his sixth and final Tour title at the 2002 Wichita Open. Although D’Entremont’s biggest win was in 1996, when he won the Brunswick World Tournament of Champions, his biggest year was 1995, when he won two titles, won the Harry Smith Point Leader Award and was named captain of the Bowlers Journal All-American Team. He totaled $1,140,770 in Tour earnings over his career. D’Entremont is survived by his wife Syl- via, mother Mami, brother Alan, two nieces and a nephew.

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