EXERCISEºRECREATIONºSPORT


HORSESHOE COMPENDIUM

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Fred Brust
FRED BRUST


     Finally, after the exhibition, Mossman and Jackson argued as to when to pitch their game. Jackson wanted it at once. Mossman wanted it last. The crowd got into the argument and all knew what the trouble was. Finally, Mossman, Jackson and Guy Zimmerman, then a quiet 21-year-old boy from Sac City, Iowa, had only one another to pitch against. Mossman and Jackson got into a heated argument in the center of the courts as to which one should play Zimmerman first.
     The crowd had followed the dispute closely, and thinking there was an impending fight, rushed out upon the courts, their mass stopping most games. Some of the crowd were Jackson

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