|Title||Bowls - How to Excel at the Game|
|Author||George T Burrows|
|Publisher||Country Life, London|
|List price||1s 0d (5p)|
|Cover size (cm)
(height x width)
|18.4 x 12.4|
|Number of pages||47 (including advertisements)|
|Number of pages with||Coloured photos||Black & white photos||Line drawings|
Novices, and experienced players alike, I hope, will find much to interest them in this book, devoted to Rink (or flat-green) Bowls.
I have played the game for nearly thirty years, and its many ever-fresh problems still appeal to one's imagination. The results of my findings, in the matter of what to do and how to do it, are told within the pages of this book.
The game is old - but it is still very young! It has considerable headway yet to make. Club bowls, however, has been lately revitalised by the addition of so many young men returned from the War.
They are no longer content to watch a summer's game played by others, but now desire to be active participants in a sport which, as Jorrocks said of hunting, has the image of war but none of its guilt.
So wrote the author, George T Burrows, in his introduction.
The six chapters are entitled:
Also by George T Burrows: