Sport: He! He!

Many a toxophilite gathered last week at the Westchester-Biltmore Country Club, Rye, N. Y., saw arrows shot into the air, but knew they landed and where, for the occasion was the championship tournament of the National Archery Association. Better than his fellow archers at toxophily was W. H. Palmer of Wayne Pa., whose points gave him the championship. Dr. E. K. Roberts of Ventura, Calif., was second; A. W. Lambert, of the St. Louis Listerine clan was third. For the first time in national tournament history, six golds were made at 40 yards. A gold is the innermost circle of the...

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