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Marksmen Are Champions of New England Rifle League

Rifle Team Tops Nine College Teams At New London Match


Bringing to a very satisfactory close a successful season, the rifle team became champions of the New England College Rifle League by leading nine other teams in a match at New London, Connecticut, on March 29. Harvard garnered 1349 piints, Yale got 1384, Norwich 1322, and Northeastern tied M. I. T. with 1319.

The Crimson marksmen excelled individually as well as collectively. Meyers of Northeastern was high man with 276 points, and Bedworth of Yale was third with 275. Captain Lem Hyde, with 275, Slim Goldberg with 274 and Les Rusoff with 273, all, of Harvard, however, became the other three of the top fie sharpshooters. Diz Dunbar, 266, and Bill Cooper, 260, were the other Crimson shooters, while Ted Miller and Larry Shaul acted as alternates. Next year's captain and letter winners will be announced later.

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