Clipped From The Indianapolis Star
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. \ Â· 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. Taylor tend C, G. Spencer, with ^3 each.