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RUDIMENTARY FRENCH PINS
Sometimes making bowling pins was an artistic act, requiring several steps and an elaborate exterior polish at the end. Other times, the exercise was purely utilitarian — getting pins onto the lane so ...
Modern American bowling is a form of “pin bowling,” meaning the objective is to knock down a certain number of pins. Other forms are known as “target bowling,” the goal of which is to get the ball as ...
THE EVOLVING BOWLING BALL
Bowling balls without finger holes are intended to be held in the palm, meaning they are usually much lighter than a typical tenpin ball. Such balls might be used in some of the more common pin bowlin ...
Not only is this pin intricately crafted, it looks almost brand new. Likely a “king pin” from the game ninepin, it’s possible that this example saw gameplay but was never felled. The king pin is place ...