Since we're all just waiting around now for America to be great again, and since we aren't working this week really, I thought I'd share this awesome undated photo of Arrowhead Lanes right when it was first built. Not sure of the year, but bowling was definitely a different sort of sport back then, that's for damn sure.
Here's a more modern photo that I pulled from the internet, for reference:
Of course, it sits just next to Western Bowl, giving the north end of Prospect Ave. almost enough bowling alleys to define it as a bowling district. Not unlike the "Hammock District" in Springfield — The Simpsons' Springfield — anyhow. Although they define it as four shops for a true district, I'd say three alleys would suffice.