Inducted 1951

Chuck Daw burst on the national bowling scene in 1923, when Milwaukee hosted the American Bowling Congress tournament. Daw set a record of 2,014 pins in the tourney and established himself as one of the top bowlers in the country.
Before his career was over, Daw won three ABC crowns, the national team and individual titles, the Olympic three-man medal at the 1936 Games in Berlin, with fellow Hall of Famers Ned Day and Hank Marino as teammates, and too many state and city titles to count.
Daw became famous for a powerful hook, but also for his sportsmanship and class.