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I Billiards. I 49.âCROSS CANNONS. I By RtSO LEVI (Copyright). Diagram 639 shows the same kind of position when playing from the D m illus- trated on Diagram 638, except tb&t the object white has taken the red's place and the red the white's place. Here the slow stroke to dri-bble the ball lying near the cusion to the pocket will no longer do, for putting aside the riek of potting the white such a stroke might easily result in nothing but a pot being left for the next stroke. The inter- I sected line drawn from the object wbite inda- Diagram uj..âu^ou ti,? siue cusnion, seeping the object white aw?Ly from the top pocket. Ooject white i inch from the side cushion aid 43 inches from the top cushion. Red ball 11 inches from the side I cushion and 37 inches from the top cushion. cartes the manner in which the cannon should be played. Sufficient strength must be used to bring the white ball some distance down the table again after its contact with the top cushion, and care must be taken tha.t the ball does not catch the angle of the-pocket, other- wise it may be thrown across the table. The angle of the pocket can easily be avoided by getting pretty full on to the ball. When good strength has been used the after-position will often be very good with both obdect balls in tront of the cue ball. Mr. Levi's articles appear every Saturday in the "Evening Express." No. 1 of this series appeared on October 3, 190fi.

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