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Harvard Shooting Club.

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HARVARD, 121; YALE, 98.The Harvard Shooting club shot its first match with the Yale Gun club, Saturday afternoon, on the club's grounds at Watertown. Except for a strong wind, the weather was perfect for shooting, and even without the wind it is extremely doubtful if the scores would have been much better. Both teams shot well, the Harvard team better than ever before. At the start, Harvard took the lead, and kept increasing it at every round. In the fourth round, the Yale team did very good work, but it was of no avail and Harvard finished winner by twenty three birds. The teams were composed of five men each, each man shooting at thirty birds in rounds of five. The following are the totals of the men:

HARVARD.Lamb. 26

Luce. 25

Quinlan. 22

MacKay. 25

Green (captain). 23

Total. 121

YALE.Pike. 17

Sage. 21

Locke. 20

Paddock. 21

Sweetser. 19

Total. 98

The team was well supported by nearly seventy-five men who went up to watch the match. The match was a great success in every way and the Shooting club is to be congratulated on the way in which the tournament was gotten up and carried out.

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