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HORSESHOE PITCHING GUIDE

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JAMES ROWAN, AKRON, OHIO

    Entered in the second national tournament, St. Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 23 to 28, 1920. Tie for third place. A horseshoe pitcher clear through.



and adopted a set of rules to govern the game, which are the oldest rules on record. The game thrived rapidly in the city and throughout the State. Several loyal boosters for the game are located in the State; among them are O. W. Anderson, and Walter W. Lacey, Judge of the city court, Henry Meade, well-known attorney, and M. Martin, all of Kansas City. In Kansas City there are six horseshoe clubs, composing eight or four teams, two men forming a team. All the games are played on Sunday. The last Sunday in each month is open, the playing season covering a period of 19 weeks. In 1915 all the games were played as scheduled, without a miss. AIl the clubs