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Horseshoe Championship #229926

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 17, 1973
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(Studio) Charles Kuralt reports on world horseshoe championship in Eureka, California.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Eureka, California) Horseshoe championship big event here. Old timers fight to the end for championship. Elmer Hohl regains `73 championship title. Junior championship title for `72 held by Deadeye Williams, 13. Williams family, all horseshoe players, watch match intensely. Bro. Jeff, 12, beats Deadeye for championship. [Jeff WILLIAMS - says he won because Deadeye broke his finger in fight with Jeff.] Pros have their eyes on Williams brothers, incling. 7 year old Nathan.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

Kuralt, Charles;
Mudd, Roger

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