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Yale Wins the Shooting Match.

[Special to the CRIMSON.]

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Yale won the shooting march by a score of 103 to 99. The birds were Keystones, to which the Harvard men were unaccustomed, and the weather was rainy with "fishtail" winds. Each man shot six rounds of five birds each, and the score by rounds was as follows:

Yale, 17, 17, 16, 17, 15, 21.

Harvard, 17, 17, 12, 19, 18, 16.

The individual scores were as follows: Luce, 19; Bacon, 25; MacKay, 18; Post, 22; Lamb, 15. Yale-Waite, 18; Farwell, 21; Sage, 16; Clay, 24, Burrell, 24.

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