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 - AND BILLS BAG SHOOT Divide Glory in Second Day...
AND BILLS BAG SHOOT Divide Glory in Second Day of Shoot With 244 Each Out of 25Q. J, R. GRAHAM HIGH AMATEUR [Riley Thompson, Grand American Handicap Winner, Lands i Fourth With 231, [BY DAVIP H. EATON.] The aecdfcd day*-« program of the post- peson tournament of the Interstate Bhooter* Association was started yesterday yesterday at the Indianapolis Gun Club seventy shooters registered, This number number is likely to-be increased before jenfl of the week. It was a gathering tnany of the best amateur and profeseion- phots in the country. The weather line, clear and a trifle cooler than on Monday, with a light breeze which ·rot interfere with the flight of the targets. The expected happened yesterday and pome fine scores Vere reported, Before fcegfemmjr the day's sport Elmer K oyar explained the rules governing the shoot and the duties of referees pcorers. It was ten minutes past nine vhen the first shot was fired. At 12 o'clock the first five events had been finished and a halt was called for lunch, the shooting being resumed at 1 o'clock. f *The eight Events at singles were finished t 3 o'clock, and at 3:30 the, last fwas fired in the event at doubles and Mflay's program was ove. - HE^R IS HIGH GUN; At the half-way post W. H. Heer IJiigh with a clean score of 125; L. 'man, F, G. Bills and George W. eecond, with 124 each; J. R, Taylor, nll professionals. F. Gr Fuller and F. v J5dwarda were, high amateurs with 1U2 .each; Dr. Straughn, 121. At the conclusion } pt the events at singles, 200 targets, Graham was high amateur with A04; 'Fuller 193; C, E, Mink, R. Thompson K. Hicks* 190 each. The high profession- 'els were W. H. Heer, 200; G. W. 198; L, 8, German, 197. \ · The event at twenty-five xairs changed the standing of the professionals for day, L. S. German and F. G, Bills Ing first honors, with 244 each opt of F. Gilbert, 243, and W. H, Heer, i!40. jEmateurs remained the same: J. It. Graham first, with 238; F. G, Fuller with 235; C, Powers and J. Young. each. Riloy Thompson, \unnar of this year's Grand American Handicap, was fourth, with 233, * Another feature of the day waa the number of long scores made by different shooters, W, H, Heer was first with straight, J. R. Taylor 152, F. Gilbert/125, F. i. Bills 122, a L. Lyon 119, f*. W. Maxwell 105, V. G. Spencer 92. the event at doubles F. G, Bills and ^Gilbert divided first honors, with 47 Then came W. R, Crosby, J, R. fjl. O. Heikes and G. L. Lyons, with teach; C, Powers. J. Young, H, G. tend C, G. Spencer, with ^3 each. ; FIVE TRAPS ARE USED, The shooting was done over five the doubles being shot over Nos. 4 ten pairs over the former and fifteen ifcver th$ latter. The program for today ia the same yesterday's. Shooting will begin at o'clock. The management is to be con gratulated on the excellence of its arrangements, arrangements, which resulted in the program program being run^off with no delays to mar the enjoyment of tho participants, The office force, Messrs. Ecjuler, cashier, and H. Van Nest, compiler of scores, ffcot a little to help things along. i Every event was figured promptly, and , the money ready for the winners minutes after the close of tlie last/ i fThe important places of referee and ffwere acceptably filled as follows: Trap 1, referee, J. Alexander; scorer, t F- Allen. Trap 2, referee, F. Scliaffer; t scorer, C. Hack. Trap 3, referee, R, Wil'pen: scorer, H. Hack. Trap 4, referee, 'Walt; scorer, William ^Miller, Trap 5, ^Jreferee, H, Thacher; scorer, J. Kuhn. 1 POST SERIES. Targets 25 l25|25j25|25|36|26|25|25|Bk|Pr *J. T. Skelly ... C. B. Mink , C. L, Nicklo ·W. Huff y. A. Blunt *F. O, Bills F. G. Fuller.*,. C, Powers. 26 26 34 21 24 25 25 34 24 26 25 22 22 33 20 F, K* Kingsbury. 24 C. Coburn / 34 ·W. R. Crosby,.* J. H. Graham,., J. H. Anderson* . A- Southard. . .X. *R. O. Heikes... ·C. A. Young.,.. - Parry. *W. Henderson... Fisher *C. O. Le Compte *I(. 8, German.,. ff t Young- ........ jr. B. JSarto ...... *W, D. Stannard. W. Wettleaf ..... Gilbert ,*W, H, Heer,,., '3P*. M. Edwards.. W. glmttuck 2 5 2 2 1920 2 2 2 3 2 5 2 4 2f 25 191: 190 1S5 184 161 197 193 189 194 194 178 186 185 182 L81 100 18$ m 18$ 188 197 18943 188 189 187. m 200 194 185

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star19 Oct 1910, WedPage 11

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)19 Oct 1910, WedPage 11
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