Game Of Seven-Up Broke Election Deadlock In Monongahela, Pa.

Game Of Seven-Up Broke Election Deadlock In Monongahela, Pa.

From the December 25, 1904 edition of The Washington Times:

A game of seven-up broke an election deadlock in Monongahela, PA., last February. Clark Boyd, Republican, and James Hendrickson, Democrat, each received 113 votes for register assessor and played cards for a decision. The Democrat won.

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