Sport: Pot Shots at Perry

Women, soldiers, an Indian chief and a clergyman, children, sailors, cowboys, a chemist, a Japanese, a Chinese, an Hawaiian—all these lay in a 5-mi. firing line at Camp Perry (Ohio) last week. They were shooting, for the most part in rain and mud, in the 58th annual National Rifle & Pistol Matches. The three-week Camp Perry shoot is the biggest in the world, dwarfing England's Bisley. This year 3,000 competitors broke all previous Camp Perry records in attendance.

There are 100 contests shot at Perry, where the nation's best riflemen and riflewomen display each...

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