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Sources: Criminals, Money Problems Plague Reno Casino

Nevada State Journal, “Jack Fugit [sic], Walter Oswald Back Strong Reno Entry in Sierra Nevada Baseball League for ’41 Season,” March 23, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “New Management Operates Games,” Aug. 10, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Fugitt Sells Club to San Franciscan,” Sept. 19, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “License Board Closes Games,” Sept. 21, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Fingerprints of Workers in Clubs Ordered Taken by County License Board,” Sept. 24, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Sues Barn Club for $4,622.55 in Past-Due Rent,” June 12, 1943.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Fugitt Wins Club Lawsuit,” Feb. 11, 1942.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Ad for $250 Reward,” June 11, 1942.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Ad for Grand Opening,” Aug. 14, 1942.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Three Arrested for Assaults,” Nov. 10, 1942.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Club Owner Held on Gun Charge,” Nov. 20, 1942.

Reno, Where the Gamblers Go!, Raymond Sawyer, Sawston Publishing Co. (1976).

Supplement to the Appendix to the Journal of the Assembly, “Legislature of the State of California, 1959 Regular Session Reports,”

The Rise of the Biggest Little City; An Encyclopedic History of Reno Gaming, 1931-1981, Dwayne Kling, University of Nevada Press (Reno, 2000).