Source: Elyria Reporter, Elyria, Ohio, June 13, 1900, page 5.
A large crowd witnessed the contest last evening between Harry Criss, the one armed bowler of Cleveland, and local players. Mr. Criss made no phenominal [sic] scores but his playing was very good considering that he was on strange alleys. He played seven games, winning three out of the seven. Mr. W.C. LeMaster played in his usual form and succeeded in carrying off the high average of the evening.
Apparently, Willilam Clifford LeMASTER was quite the local bowler.