Sport: Traps

At Vandalia, Ohio, three Ohio men and a Texas boy tied ahead of 962 other contestants, with 97 birds out of 100, for the country's most important trapshooting championship — the Grand American Handicap. The men, taut-faced, middleaged, were J. L. Scott and Dan Casey of Toledo and Lawrence Crampton of Dayton. The boy, least nervous of the four, was Alfred Rufus King Jr. of Wichita Falls, son of famed Marksman Rufus A. King, 1921 winner of the Governor's cup. Short and slender for his 14 years, he looked out of place beside his...

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