GUN CLUB STARTS AIMING FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE TRAP TITLE
F. W. Potter to Discuss Ways and Means at Initial Meeting
Any student in the University interested in trap-shooting will be eligible to attend the meeting of the Harvard Gun Club in Randolph Breakfast Room this afternoon at 3.15 o'clock, when plans for the spring shooting will get under way. F. W. Potter '24, president of the club, will be in charge.
This year the club hopes to win the intercollegiate trap-shooting title which has been held by Yale for about the last 13 years. In the intercollegiate shoot last year the club took second place, losing to the RPI marksmen by four points.
Membership to the club is determined by competition. Candidates not having guns will be applied with them.