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Harvard scored a 1207-1046 victory over Yale in the annual R.O.T.C. postal pistol match Wednesday, local Military Science scorekeepers announced yesterday.
With checked results in from Yale by mail, four of the Crimson shooters, Malcolm S. Watts '37, 260 point high scorer, Warwick B. Stabler '40, Richard G. Labovitz '38, and Albert E. Brunelli '38, totaled above the highest opponent.
Also firing in the Memorial Hall range were Philip M. Andress '37, Frederic S. Armstrong, Jr. '39, Joseph Franklin '38, James I. Gilmartin '39, and John C. Jones '39.
System used is to have only five top scores count. Only enrolled R.O.T.C. members take part.
The next pistol shooting will take place Wednesday, May 12, with the annual tournament among Military Science scholars.
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