Sport: Skeet

Glen B. Watts of Lynbrook, L. I. has often broken 25 skeet targets in a row but he never enjoyed doing it so much as last week, when he was firing in the last round of the Great Eastern Individual Championship at Lordship, Conn. It was a dark, blustering day. Frank Trager of Roseland, N. J. and Ollie Mitchell of Waltham, Mass, had contrived to run up creditable strings of 96 out of 100. With 73 targets already broken—in strings of 25, 23, 25—Watts knew that he needed a 23 to tie, a 24...

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