The Gun Club will hold a College championship shoot next week for handicap and scratch prizes. There will be a 50-target match open to the entire University. Shooting will last for three or possibly four days in order to give those who have examinations on the earlier days a chance to shoot later. Handicaps will be arranged so as to give the most inexperienced an equal chance with the members of the team.
A Colt 45-calibre automatic pistol is offered as first prize for the winner of the match, while other prizes will be given for the next two places and for the high scratch men. This handicap meet will wind up the trapshooting season for the college year, and the scores made will be considered when picking a nucleus for next year's team.
The handicaps for men who have shot before this year are as follows: Austin 11, Baruch 9, Berry 17, Blodgett 18, Caswell 9, Fiske 13, Forbes 13, Hale 14, Havemeyer 6, Hoopes 11, Huttig 7, MacDuffle 13, Montegu 25, Muller 12, Norrie 20, Ordway 8, Paine 13, Remick 17, Rice 5, Spelman 15, Thompson 24, Whiting 17.
Other men will be given equally liberal handicaps. Beginners should not hesitate to sign up in the blue book at Leavitt & Peirce's.