Sport: Who Won, Sep. 7, 1931

¶ Rev. Garrison Roebuck, United Brethren Minister of McClure, Ohio: the Grand American Handicap of the Amateur Trapshooting Association; at Vandalia, Ohio. Shooting at clay pigeons for the tenth time in his life, Trapshooter Roebuck broke 96 out of a 100 at 17 yards, won the shoot-off against Fred Harlow of Newark, Ohio and Ray F. Willbaum of Greenville, Ohio. He was awarded a silver replica of the A. Bennett Gates trophy, on which his name will be engraved; a $600 tea set; and $1,000 in cash.

¶ Van Dike, five-year-old race horse owned...

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