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Postal matches with 15 colleges have been arranged by the Harvard Pistol Club, the first to take place tomorrow with Texas A. & M., V. M. I., and the University of Missouri.
The complete schedule is as follows: Feb. 12, Texas A. & M., V. M. I., U. of Missouri; Feb. 26, Ohio State, Princeton; Mar. 11, Colorado Aggies, U. of Wisconsin, Iowa State, U. of Florida, U. of Utah; Apr. 15, Cornell, Purdue, Oklahoma, Illinois; Apr. 22, R.O.T.C. matches, Yale.
Harvard has entered two teams in the Metropolitan Pistol League, composed of groups in the vicinity of Boston, and the standing of the first team is at present fifth.
70 Students Enrolled
In the fourth year of its existence, the Pistol Club can boast of an enrollment of 70 students, twice as big as last years. Although under the direction of Captain Lawrence B. Bixby, the organization is not officially connected with the Military Science department.
Many members have not been able to do any shooting up to last week, because of a lack of suitable weapons. This situation has been remedied by the purchase of several Colt's Woodman guns, and all members will now be assured of practice.
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