Hall of Famer Bill Bunetta, who became one of bowling's most respected instructors after his competitive days were over, has been hospitalized in California, reportedly diagnosed with pneumonia, among other ailments.
Bunetta, who is 90, is credited with rolling dozens of 300 games, although a vast majority were in forms of competition that were not certified. During the course of his career, he also provided color commentary on one of the syndicated versions of "Championship Bowling."
BJI Webmaster Thomas Madrecki wrote a feature story on Bunetta a few years ago, packed with career highlights and quotes from the man known as "The Professor." You can read that story by following this URL: https://www.bowlersjournal.com/?p=424