The second round of the annual revolver handicap shoot of the Rifle and Pistol Club will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock in the baseball cage on Soldiers Field. H. Williams '08 will shoot from scratch, but all other entrants will receive handicaps based on their work so far this year. J. B. West, Jr., '07, with a handicap of 22, made the best score in the first round, getting 87 out of 100. The last round of the shoot will be held on Thursday, January 18.
Second Round of Revolver Shoot
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