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I By JOHN ROBERT,. I PROBLEM No. 2. I Our second problem presents an interest- played? ing study in bil- liard tactdcs, and the eo,rrect solu- tion demands a useful knowledge of both the rules and possibilities of the game. The onle ball is in haind, and, as the diag.ram. shows, the red ball is only just play. able, lying as it does so near the baulk line. The object white ball is, however, in- side the line and out of play. What is the correct stroke to play under these cir- cumstances and how should it be Solution ot Problem No. 1. Strike the me-iballl a/bove the centre with- out Slide a,nd play full on the red ball. Aim exactly as if you were attempting an ordi- nary "six shot" into the middle pocket. Then the red will kiss the white, making the oontac,t shown in iiagram and clear- ing a path for the on-coming cue-ball. Play the stroke with just enougih strength, to send the cue-ball into t-he pocket, and to keep the red ball o-ut of baulk. The oo-ntinuous line shows the run of the cue- ball, the circles indicate where the red kisses the object white, and the interjected line illustrates the movements of the object balls. Our Prize Offer. Last week we offered hailf-a-guinea for the best solution of problem No. 1. The follow- ing four aire adjudged the best, and will receive 2s. 6d. eadh:- Gwym. Morgan, 15, John-Street, Pricetown, Nanitymoeil. Luther Hughes, 3, Ohuxcih-stweet, Eiiynmey. T. J. Hurd, 1, Robert-street, Newport, Mon. T. Vauigitoam, 19, River-terrace, Britannia Ptorth, Rhandda.