Did you know that the first quick-draw shootout of the Wild West took place right here in Springfield, MO, in 1865? The shootout on the square between Wild Bill Hickok and David Tutt was made famous in the February 1867 edition of Harper’s Magazine. Now, 143 years later, Artist Tim Schwartz of San Diego is seeking help from Springfield citizens to reimagine part of this historic tale. Tim’s project focuses on the conversion of old media – in this case the 1867 Harper’s article – to electronic media, focusing on what is "lost in translation." Specifically, what's lost is page 278 of the original Harper's article! Tim Schwarz wants Springfieldians to imagine what happened on that lost magazine page--writers can rewrite the missing page from factual information left out of the original article, or construct a fictional fantasy from whole cloth. Either way, the re-imagined text should begin where the original article leaves off, and end where the original picks up again. The full text is available on request. Submissions should be no more than 1100 words--5700 characters. Email text and questions to tim [dot] c [dot] schwarz [at] gmail [dot] com before November 15, or visit www.stat-us.org.