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MR. C. B. PIKE:
The Yale Shooting Club challenges the H. S. C. to a match to be held Nov. 19, 1892, at the grounds of the Springfield Gun Club. Teams to consist of five men, each to shoot at thirty blue rock targets, five unknown angles, according to Keystone Rules.
Respectfully,R. C. ANDERSON,Sec. & Treas. of Y. S. C.46 College St.,New Haven, Conn.The above challenge was received last week and was promptly accepted.
In the contests last week the novice match was won by S. Heckscher '96, score 17 out 20, second R. Talbot.
The all comers match was won by J. Sargent, Jr., score 17 out of 20, second C. B. Pike. A new all comers match was started Nov. 7, the best scores being Pike 9, Pierce 7. At the shoot Nov. 8. Pike made 10.
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