|Title||The American Lawn Bowler's Guide|
|Author||Dr Harvey C Maxwell|
|Publisher||Foundation Press, Santa Ana, California, USA|
|ISBN||None, but the Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number is 66-25876|
|Edition reviewed||2nd (published 1971)|
|Cover size (cm)
(height x width)
|19.8 x 13.0|
|Number of pages||188|
|Number of pages with||Coloured photos||Black & white photos||Line drawings|
|Synopsis||The full title of this book is The American Lawn Bowler's Guide - An Instruction Manual and Guide to the Game of Bowls or 'Bowling on the Green in the USA'. In it the author brings to the American public an up-to-date, complete and comprehensive analysis of the game of bowls.
This Royal and Ancient Game, once restricted to nobility, has just begun to come into its own in the USA. Here the fabulous history, fascinating traditions and basic principles of the game are presented in a clear and easy style. The author explains how the game is played, and presents step-by-step instruction with the careful precision of the skilled surgeon. He appeals convincingly to the skilled athlete on the sound health benefits of participation in this ideal outdoor exercise.
The American Lawn Bowler's Guide is an authoritative: