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NROTC Wins Disputed Match

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Although a wild shot knocked down a target and caused a six day delay in the final announcement of the winner, it was finally confirmed yesterday that the Harvard NROTC nimrods eked out a five point victory in a shoulder to shoulder pistol match with Tufts, Brown, and Holy Cross NROTCs on May 17 at Tufts. The final score found the Crimson with 955 points. Tufts 950, Brown 880, and Holy Cross 784.

When a wild shot knocked down the target of Edward P. Ryan, shooting for the Crimson, the referee ruled that Ryan shoot another string with his highest shot not counting.

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