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HORSESHOE PITCHING GUIDE

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ART L. HEADLOUGH, Secretary Buckeye Horseshoe Pitching Association of Ohio. Headquarters: Akron, Ohio



nearly the whole population of Plain City came to root their townsman to victory. The tournament took place September 1, and was the big feature of (he State Fair.
    No other tournaments of note took place in the State until September 29, 1919, at Logan, Ohio, where some of the most noted pitchers entered, such as Hughie Palmer of Akron, the State champ, Chas. Bobbitt of Lancaster, Fred Brust of Columbus, the national champ, and Frank Eachus of Gallipolis, former State champ, who was defeated the year before by Hughie Palmer, in a special match for the title.
    At Wooster a tournament was held at. the County Fair. There were some 30 entries which were eliminated down to 16. Ceo. May of Akron won the tournament with a clean slate.