If those on this site are not aware of rubberband duckpin bowling, or knows what it is. I'll show you. Rubberband duckpin bowling was invented in Baltimore, Maryland in the 1930's. And came out of 1900 duckpins. It doesn't exist in Maryland anymore. But spread out in Pennsylvania, but then most of them died out in that state. But there's probably 1 rubberband duckpin bowling alley in Pennsylvania left. But it is now in lots of places in Quebec, Canada played by the French-Canadians now. I heard that there's a French-Canadian named Denis Lynch that's a professional rubberband duckpin bowler, and he bowls on competitions on TV
in Quebec. The English speaking Canadians call them just plain "duckpins." But the French-Canadians call rubberband duckpins "Petites Quilles" meaning "small skittles" in French. "Petites>small", "Quilles>skittles.' Petites Quilles is pronounced "PEHR-TEE KEE." But rubberband duckpins are only a very small minority game in the world, and maybe confined in Quebec from now on.
This is what Rubberband Duckpins look like: