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In the Pocket: Schenectady League in need of bowlers to survive

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One of Schenectady’s oldest — and strongest — major leagues needs a helping hand. The Schenectady League, which bowls Monday nights at Rolling Greens in Scotia, needs at least a handful of bowlers to survive this season. “I don’t want to see it fold,” said longtime secretary Cliff Ruth, who has held that position on and off for a 17 seasons since he first joined the league in 1972. “Right now, we’ve got about 13 ...


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