Adding to its laurels, the Harvard File Club decisively defeated the Boston College sharpshooters, 546-523 at the range of the Walnut Hill Rifle Club in Woburn yesterday afternoon. The course consisted of ten shots prone, ten shots offhand and five shots sitting for a possible 125 points. The day's scores were: For Harvard: Captain J. A. Booth '33, 117; F. H. Poor '34, 109; David Weld '34, 108; Fisher Howe, III '35, 106; Eugene DuBois '33, 106. For Boston: Jansen, 108; Jones, 105; C. Hagen, 105; Mc-Laughlin, 103; Shine, 102. Early in the season B. C. defeated Harvard by a narrow margin.
RIFLE TEAM GAINS WIN OVER BOSTON COLLEGE MARKSMEN
Avenges Early Season Defeat by Decisive Score of 546 to 523
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