In its fourth match of the season last night in Memorial Hall the University Rifle Club balanced off its wins and losses with a sweeping victory over Battery L of the 241st Coast Artillery. The score was 888-854 in a ten man match, in which ten shots were fired prone and ten off hand. Colonel Nathaniel C. Nast '07, of the National Guard, who sponsored the match, donated a supper of coffee and doughnuts to both teams after the firing was over. The high five men for Harvard were: George Matteson '36, 187, Parkman D. Howe '37, 182, Malcolm S. M. Watts '37, 179, William H. Cox '38, 172, and Gilbert B. Ayres 168.
Rifle Club Scores Victory Over 241st Coast Artillery
Matteson High Man of Crimson With Tally of 187
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