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Harvard Shooting Club.

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A team of six men from the Harvard Shooting Club, shot against the Country club team at Brookline Saturday afternoon, winning by two birds. The match was very close throughout, the teams being tied four or five times, and it was only by steady, hard shooting that Harvard won. The greater part of the match was shot in the rain, which, with a slight mist, and a dark background, made the birds hard to see. The Harvard team shot steadily, and although none of the individual scores were as high as one made by a member of the Country club team, the work of the team was extremely good, especially when the conditions under which the match was shot are taken into account. Each man shot at twenty-five birds, the following being the individual scores:

HARVARD CLUB.Lamb 14

Quinlan 16

MacKay 20

Post 9

Dodge 18

Greene 18

Total 95

COUNTRY CLUB.Seabury 15

Coolidge 17

Ely 14

Fay 22

Mixter 9

Peabody 16

Total 93

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