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Old Mon Jun 11, 2007, 09:44am
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Originally Posted by Dakota
It seems to me the problem is addressed in the rules - The problem is the manufacturer's (false?) claim that their product does not transfer to the ball. If other rules bodies choose to allow this particular foreign substance to be used, that is their business. But in ASA, if you judge the product to transfer to the ball, it is illegal.

Obviously I am aware of that rule.

I'm no scientist.. so I have decided I'm not going to create a rule for the ASA. I had an umpire tell me it was allowed at mens FP nationals last year, so your statement that it is addressed in rules and then quote a rule does nothing, when its being allowed at premier ASA events.
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