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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: ... the addition of Class E for novices. Can&ndaigua Sportsmen's Club. The Canandaigua Sportsmen's Club held their last shoot of the season on Sept. 21, at Lakeside Park, the date having been set ahead of the regular Friday on account of the county fair. The five shooters in the squad were separated by one target each in the final score, but the added target handicap tied Kibbe, Stoddard and Van Wormer, who shot off, resulting in first for Kibbe, silver spoon; second for Stonnard, cut-glass dish, and third. Van Wormer, Nyoil. The prize winners for the season's average were also decided, the standing being: Stoddard first. Mason second, Kibbe third, Eiseline fourth. Soule fifth, Van Wormer sixth. All received handsome hand-painted china vases or plates. As a wind-up Mason defended his title of club champion against four contestants, the score being close, as follows: Mason 40, Van Wormer 39, Stoddard 37, Soule 35, and Eiseline 33. The scores in the regular event, 50 targets, were as follows: Kibbe 12 50 Eiseline 9 45 Stoddard 11 60 Mason 2 42 Van Wormer 13 60 Roanoke Gun Club." Roanoke, Va., Sept. 21.--With the season on the wane, the members of the Roanoke Gun Club seem to be losing interest in the sport, only fifteen participating in the regular shoot Saturday afternoon. A turkey shoot will be held again this season on Oct. 26, the last day of the shooting season, and all members are invited to participate. The weekly medals were won by the following members: Scratch--First. P. L. Price; second, E. C Watson. Class A--First, H. C. Elliott; second, H. F. Wilkinson. Class R--First, C. H. Ferguson; second, A. H. Boyd. Class C--First, E. C. Kinnicr; second, C. T, Jennings. Per Broke. Cent Lightner 38 76 Jennings 37 74 Bringman 36 72 Boyd 34 68 Moore 33 66...