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The intercollegiate shoot at New Haven on Saturday was won by Harvard with a score of 131, against 108 by Yale, 98 by Pennsylvania, and 96 by Princeton. This is the largest score ever made in a college shoot. Each man shot at 30 birds. The cup for the best individual score was won by O. Paul of the U. of P.
The scores follow:
Campbell, 27 Loomis, 25
Blake, 27 Knowlton, 24
Bancroft, 26 Bennett, 22
Mallinckrodt, 26 Von Name, 20
Dana, 25 Speare, 17
Total, 131 Total, 108
Per cent., 87 1-3. Per cent., 72.
U. of P. Princeton.
Paul, 28 Laughlin, 23
Singer, 18 Young, 23
Steele, 20 Jamieson, 20
Neilson, 18 Chittester, 20
Kistner, 14 Findley, 10
Total, 98 Total, 96
Percent., 65 1-3. Percent., 64.
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