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July 19 2007 Bowling Newsletter


The way you grip a bowling ball is a very important aspect of your game. There are three basic types and as you progress through your game, you will have to decide which is the best for you:

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art6992.asp

"Choc-Talk":

--I aim for the 10 board and don't hit it. I'm getting frustrated. My friend notices that I'm hitting the 8 board. I remember a long ago tip, "aim for the board you are actually hitting and you will hit the board that you want to hit." I aim for the 8 board and I hit the 8 board. (sigh)

--The quietest place in the world is a bowling center. You can hear a pin drop.

--The bowling pin complaining: "I don't know how long I can take this. Every day is just a knock down, drag out "

--How can I counsel my friend so I don't hurt his feelings? "He lost $10.00 betting on whether Walter Ray would strike out; then lost double-or-nothing on the instant replay."

Please remember our forum at:

http://forums.bellaonline.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=postlist&Board=145

I notice that there are a lot of views; however, virtually no one is joining in by commenting or starting discussions. I really would like to hear from all of you. If you notice, my articles and forum topics are jumping all over the place (except for the "I Don't Understand My Bowling Ball" series which was suggested to me in the forum), hoping to spark someone into commenting. It will not discourage me from continuing my volunteer editing because I love this sport and want to do anything I can to promote it. Just keep in mind that we always welcome input from our readers.

As always, please pass this message along to family and friends, because BellaOnline has a myriad of other subjects that may be of interest to them.

Ah Hui Hou (See you again soon),

Clyde Higa, Bowling Editor
http://Bowling.bellaonline.com


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