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HORSESHOE PITCHING GUIDE

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DR. FRANK M. ROBINSON, POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y.
Finished second in the National Tournament at St. Petersburg, Fla., 1919, and seventh in 1920.
    Is a horseshoe fan and a pitcher of note. Dr. Robin- ion is first vice president of the National Association.



with no real purpose only to play the game. No State tournaments have been held that are on record. In 1919 the Chicago Evening American held a city tournament with several hundred entries, Martin A. Delaney, athletic director of the Chicago Athletic association being the moving spirit, with the slogan, on horseshoe pitching, "keeping fit." The tournament was a huge success. Many good horseshoe pitchers have been turned out in