Masterson William Barclay

Mas·ter·son

 (măs′tər-sən), William Barclay Known as "Bat." 1853-1921.
American frontier marshal and journalist. Famed for his exploits as an army scout, gambler, and law enforcer in towns such as Dodge City and Tombstone, he was later a sports writer for the New York Morning Telegraph (1902-1921).
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