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We ask a large attendance of men at the match between the Harvard and Yale Shooting clubs this afternoon at Watertown. The distance is comparatively short and the match will be interesting.

Some time ago we mentioned the fact that the Shooting club was organizing a tournament. Owing to some unfortunate delay, only Yale will send a team, but delegates from other college gun clubs will be present. We regret that the original intention of the club to hold a large tournament could not be carried out, but we are glad that the Yale club has accepted the invitation. A contest between Harvard and Yale should call forth abundant interest, and in the match this afternoon the Shooting club has our heartiest wishes for success.

An intercollegiate association whose formation will be attempted would undoubtedly be successful, if organized on a strong basis; for there is certainly good reason for its existence.

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