While in Philadelphia Chris Von der Ahe, president of the St. Louis Browns, noticed the popularity of the game of shuffleboard, and had one put up at his place on Grand avenue. It is now the rage with the ball-tossers of St. Louis.
-New York Clipper, January 20, 1883
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