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Philip Morton Andress '37, of Newtonville and Richard Hays Williams 1G, of Claremont, California, were elected captain and manager respectively of the Pistol Club for 1935-36 at a meeting held in the basement of Memorial Hall on Wednesday evening.
At the same time it was learned that that Club had won its objective sheets of the season by defeating Yale 1278-1180 in a formally conducted postal match. The winning Crimson team was composed of Captain John G. Penrod '36, Andress, Albert D. Foster, Jr. '36, Howland B. Stoddard '35, and Malcolm S. Watts '37.
The meeting, which was an end-of-the-year party, included a number of shooting games handily won by Captain Penrod. To lend aerial atmosphere to one called "Fighting in the Clouds," the shooter was placed on a chair perched atop a table, a "joystick" in one hand, and a pistol in the other, and told to explode some wildly jouncing balloons
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