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January 24, 1988

Bob Benoit of Topeka, Kan., bowled the fifth nationally televised perfect game in Professional Bowlers Assn. history to win the $150,000 Quaker State Open at Grand Prairie, Tex.

Benoit, who was bowling his first game on television, beat Mark Roth, 300-255, to earn the $27,000 winner's check and a $100,000 bonus. It was the first perfect game in a title match.

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