One thing that never seems to go out of style is bowling. It’s been around for decades, and it isn’t going anywhere. Bowling has always been a fun activity for the family or with a group of friends, and over the years, it has cemented its place as a beloved world-wide pastime activity, for kids and adults alike, for fun or for sports. However, some things changed over time.
For one thing, in the past, bowling alleys used to employ human pin-setters. As the name suggests, the pin-setters’ job was to organize the pins after every game, and during the games. Sounds easy enough, right? Except they had to dodge the balls as they organized the pins on the lanes. This was a common occupation until the mid-thirties.