CURLING





An ancient Scotch game played on the ice, in which the contestants

slide large flat stones, called curling stones, from one point to

another. These points or marks are called "tees." In playing, an

opportunity for skill is shown in knocking an opponent out of the way,

and also in using a broom ahead of the stone as it slides along to

influence its rate of speed.



At the present time the greatest curling country is Canada. Curling is

one of the few outdoor games that are played without a ball of some

kind.





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