YALE WON SHOOT

With 206 Out of Possible 250 Birds.--University Team Was Fourth.

Yale won the intercollegiate shoot held at Princeton Saturday morning, by a score of 206 out of a possible 250 birds. Princeton was second with a score of 198, Pennsylvania third with 194, and the University team was fourth with 156. The weather conditions were favorable for high scoring, and the best individual record was made by Clark of Yale, who broke 46 out of a possible 50 birds. The score follows:

Yale--Clark, 46; Pugsley, 43; Hebard, 41; King, 40; Macdonald, 36. Total, 206.

Princeton--Throckmorton, 43; Mcilvaine, 40; Phillips, 39; Sander, 39; Wood, 37. Total, 198.

Pennsylvania--Worden, 43; Prouse, 39; Smith, 89; Way, 39; Williams, 34. Total, 194.

Harvard--Farley, 41; Powers, 34; Gilman, 30; Nash, 26; Thomas, 25. Total, 156.