Sport: Toxophily in Lancaster

Except for the charge that it is childish, nothing so angers archers as the charge that their sport is effete, and the newspapers' habit of using almost no archery pictures except those of pretty girls. Actually, archery is among the most strenuous of pastimes. At the National Archery Association's 57th annual target meeting in Lancaster, Pa. last week, major object of attention was not pretty Jean A. Tenney of Clear Spring, Md., who won the women's championship on the meet's third day, but the 106-man shooting line for the 1937 men's championship....

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