Erica Chenoweth and Zoe Marks Named Pfoho Faculty Deans
Harvard SEAS Faculty Reflect on Outgoing Dean, Say Successor Should Be Top Scholar
South Korean President Yoon Talks Nuclear Threats From North Korea at Harvard IOP Forum
Harvard University Police Advisory Board Appoints Undergrad Rep After Yearlong Vacancy
After Meeting with Harvard Admin on ‘Swatting’ Attack, Black Student Leaders Say Demands Remain Unanswered
Yale defeated the varsity rifle team in a postal match Saturday, 1365 to 1334, results received yesterday disclosed.
The Crimson shooters achieved this score in a six-team shoulder-to-shoulder match at Boston's Fargo Building, and their score was compared to Yale's, which arrived yesterday from New Haven by mail.
At the Fargo Building Harvard placed fourth among other teams of the Northern Group of the New England College Rifle League. MIT won the match with a score of 1392. Norwich and Vermont came in second and third, with scores of 1365, and 1352, respectively. Dartmouth, in fifth place, had a score of 1325, and the University of New Hampshire was last with 1305.
Paul Shuttleworth led the Crimson team by scoring 272 points. Glen Reem's 268 put him in second place, and Captain Hale Knight and Roy Elfast tied for third with 265. John Shea was close behind with 264.
Crimson Beat Princeton
Results also received recently showed that the varsity edged Princeton, 1359 to 1354, Saturday, March 4, in another postal match. The individual scoring in this match was: Reem, 277; Shuttleworth, 275; Ed Seaga, 271; Knight, 268; and Bill Lindamood, 268.
The Crimson shoots once more this season, in a shoulder-to-shoulder match with Columbia and MIT next Saturday.
Want to keep up with breaking news? Subscribe to our email newsletter.