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 - SU>'NY SOUTH SHOOT. Houston, Tex., Jan. 25.—Jay...
SU>'NY SOUTH SHOOT. Houston, Tex., Jan. 25.—Jay Graham, Graham, amateur of Long Lake, 111., led the field Monday in the opening program program of the Sunny South handicap, breaking 21: out of 225 targets. For second place Wick .4rie, of Houston, Tex.; E. K.. Corrothers of Bloom, .jngton. Til.; and H..E. Connor of Springfield, 111., tied. With scores of 210. Bart Lewis of Auburn, - III., was third with 205. The high professional went to Bill Heer of Guthrie, Okla., who boke 212 out of 22.5. >Ed O'Brien of Florence, Kan., and Charles Spencer of St. Louis, were tied for second place, with 211,- and Bill Crosby of O'Fallon, 111., third, with 210. Forty-seven shooters participated.

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat25 Jan 1912, ThuPage 9

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)25 Jan 1912, ThuPage 9
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