LAWN SKITTLES





From a stout pole which is firmly fixed in the ground a heavy ball is

suspended by means of a rope fastened to the top of the pole. Two flat

pieces of stone or concrete are placed on opposite sides of the pole.

The game is played with nine-pins, which are set up on one stone, the

player standing on the other and endeavouring by hurling the ball to

strike down a maximum number of pins. Usually he has three chances and

the number of pins knocked down constitutes his score.





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