Page:Popular Science Monthly Volume 90.djvu/515

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Sling-Tennis— Played with a Bean Bag

�����Sling-tennis, a lacrosse-tennis-bean bag game, is played with a slackly strung racket and an ordinary bean bag. A sling-tennis court is shown above. The top of the net is level with the head of a man of medium height, but it may be lowered for children or as desired

��It's a game fast enough for a ranking tennis player and simple enough for little girls in hair-ribbons. The main principle of the game is not striking but catching and throwing or slinging, as in lacrosse. The scoring is almost identical with that employed in tennis


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