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.
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