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He died in Overland, Missouri.
In 1904 he won the silver medal in the rings event and a bronze medal in combined event, in vault event, in pommel horse event and in athletics' triathlon. He was fourth in team event, tenth in all-around competition and 24th in gymnastics' triathlon event.
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