Page 35 Winter 1987-88
Fancy Three Club Start by Michael Stillwell
1) Hold two clubs in the left hand as shown. Place the third club
2) Transfer all three clubs to the right hand. The right index
finger should be on the handle of the middle club.
3) Now pull the right hand down so the clubs are parallel with the
ground and toss them upward.
4) The outer clubs should spin once and the middle club twice. Catch
the outer two and begin the juggle as the middle one comes down. To
make things harder, make the outer clubs spin three times and the
middle club four times. Pirouette before catching them! *
popcorn bean bags
inexpensive bean bag can be made easily and quickly from baby socks
with. infants tube socks, size 4-51/2. Some large stores sell them in
packages of six pair for under $3. The gray ones with the sport
stripes on the top look great!
popcorn makes the best filler.
a sock inside out, pour a half-cup of popcorn down into the toe and
pack it down into a ball by sliding the top between your thumb and
finger. Start twisting the body of the sock into a smooth rope by
turning the- ball. Stop when the twist reaches the top three inches of
the sock. Wrap the twist around the ball, hold it in place with a
thumb, and pop the top of the sock around right-side-out to hold it
all in place.
the right amount of top wrapped around will leave the very top of the
sock slightly open over the material underneath - not stretched and
not loose. No sewing is needed. When they start to loosen up, rewind
them. Take them apart and wash them, eat them, change the weight, size
and firmness. They're versatile bags, great for teaching, and provide
comic opportunity in performance.