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      A word in closing. We do not expect this National League to be a wonderful success the first year, for a thing like this needs building up. We DO believe, however, that in this league, and the formation of smaller leagues of all classes on the same pattern, lies the future of the game of horseshoe pitching. The National Association, by forming these leagues, will be doing something for the "run-of-the-mine" pitcher, and he is the one upon whom the burden of success or failure rests.

NATIONAL H. S. P. ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
FINANCIAL REPORT
Aug. 19, 1935. Balance on hand $ 76.33
Receipts, 1935 Aug. 19 to Dec. 31 63.00
$ 139.33
Expenses, 1935; Aug. 19 to Dec. 31 75.00
Jan. 1, 1936. Balance on hand $ 64.00
Receipts from stamps, 1936 414.00
Receipts from memberships, 1936 539.50
$1017.83
Expenses, 1936 703.13
Jan. 1, 1937. Balance on hand $ 314.70
Receipts from stamps, 1937 337.00
Receipts from memberships, 1937 289.60
$ 941.30
Expenses, 1937 724.91
Jan. 1, 1938. Balance on hand $ 216.39
Receipts from stamps, 1938 384.00
Receipts from memberships, 1938 216.20
$ 816.59
Expenses, 1938 358.69
Jan. 1, 1939. Balance on hand $ 457.90



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