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HORSESHOE PITCHING GUIDE

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O. T. Battles, St. Petersburg, Fla959 217
W. W. Henry, Lisbon, Ohio941 209
Frank Ames, Hastings, Neb931 295
W. J. Lee, Altoona, Pa916 284
C. A. Giant, Huntsville, Ala910 296
C. B. Mitchella, Akron, Ohio895 212
C. M. Hite, Bellefontaine, Ohio865 138
John Miller, Rock Valley, Ill851 200
Geo. Vignoe, Detroit, Mich756 192
C. W. Gunkle, Sheffield, Ill753 180
Jos. Royer, Akron, Ohio744 162
S. M. Monfore, Springfield, S. D708 142
A. A. Root, Austinsburg, Ohio603 102
Jas. McKeon, Des Moines, Iowa597 97
Geo. McGregor, Detroit, Mich590 136
    All games under the national rules; distance, 40 feet in sand. Each man pitched each man one game 50 points each. Tournament was decided on number of points made.
DR. E. C. BEACH, Referee,
St. Petersburg, Florida.

State Tournament, Columbus, Ohio,
Monday, Jan. 3, 1915
    First place, State championship-Gold medal, value $30, cash $100.
    Second place-Horseshoe stick pin, value $15, cash $25.
    Third place-Horseshoe stick pin, value $15, cash $25.
    Fourth place-Horseshoe stick pin, value $15, cash $25.
SCORE
Points
Charles Roy Cox of Columbus21
Bert Crow of Cleveland19
Cox 21
Crow15
Cox21
Crow14
Cox21
Crow13
Cox21
Crow10
      Semi-finals-
Crow of Cleveland21
McDonald of Toledo15
Crow21
McDonald7
Crow21
McDonald20
Crow9
McDonald21
    Cox won three out of four games from Hardwick of Cincinnati. All games 21 points each.
    Exhibition game-Governor Willis, 7; Mayor Karb of Columbus, 21.
    Attendance, 2500. Pitching distance, 46 ½ feet.