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 - PAWHUSKA GUN WINS SECOND IN K. C. SHOOT...
PAWHUSKA GUN WINS SECOND IN K. C. SHOOT Kansas"' City. Feb. 8.—Frank Troeh, s Vancouver, Washington, retained the 1 Interstate individual ,target cup, out shooting nine challengers in his event yesterday, in the second day of the eighteenth annual interstate mid- JTT inter trap shooting tournament here. The race was 100 targets, Troeh breaking' 95 tor the high score. E. C. {Wheeler, Pawhuska, Okla., was second |with 90 and Fred Etchen, Coffeyville. I Kansas, wan third with 86. i^Jn the Interstate team cup challenge -Oyer races, the Missouri team, holders f>|of the cup, defeated teams from Kansas and Pennsylvania.^ The scores, i-ach man of the five man teams shoot- Jirtg 20 flyers, were—Missouri 92; Penn- .Sylvanla 37, and Kansas 86. K. B. Melrath. Philadelphia, wrested the Interstate individual amateur fly- *r cup from Ethchen. His score was out of a possible 25. .i Jn the 150 target event R. A. King. St Louis was high man with 148. blarve Dixon, Oronogo, Mo., # was •second with 146; W. G. Warren, Werrington, Nevada, third, with 141, Jand Troeh was fourth with 143. Other f'fjjigh scores were—Etchen 142: E. C. "Buchanan, Chicago, and Guy Hering, Columbus, Wis., 141; W. H Heer, Guthrie. Okla.. and Frank Hughes, McBrlde, 6. D., 140.

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 08 Feb 1922, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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