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HORSESHOE PITCHING GUIDE

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FRANK ELORY JACKSON KELLERTON. Iowa
First National Champion in the United States

    He won the Title at Kansas City, Kansas, October 23rd, 1915, was featured in the Literary Digest. Nov. 13th, 1915, He held the Title for four years has never been defeated. He never entered any other National Tournaments, until 1920, at Akron. O.
    He is a real horseshoe pitcher and was a real champion.



    The United States, its one object being to standardize the game and bring all the horseshoe pitchers in the country together under one national organization, to advance the game as a sport and recreation, for the old as well as the young. This can only be done through the co-operation of the horseshoe pitchers and boosters themselves. The