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“SHOOTIN' AND STUFF LIKE THAT THERE”

Oh Boy! the 16th. Annual Maryland State Revolver & Pistol Championships! We done had us a Pistol Match! Now that it is all over and in the past, and the smoke of competitive firing has cleared away, and the tension of rivalry is over, we can think calmly, and settle down to a common place, normal existence between Tournaments.

It is most assuring for the sport of hand-gun shooting to see the number of new contestants attending matches this year and we were very glad to welcome so many of them here at Sparrows Point. A large number of experienced shooters fired at the Match for the first time. I hope that we lived up to all that you heard about us. We feel gratified that you all came, and liked your experience well enough to come again.

It sure was good to have so many of the old stand-bys, the regulars who have attended these Matches over the years, and to whom we owe so much of our success, with us again. They are the stalwarts who have contributed so much towards making hand-gun competition a major sport.

I want to say a word about the Range Personnel. All are members of the Sparrows Point Police Department, and all have served in some capacity at several previous Tournaments.

Our Chief Range Officers, Charles W. Lipscomb and Willy Lee Marks, did a stand-out job. Officer Ford Edwards did a remarkable job of actuating the targets. Four paddle men, seventy-one Asst. Range Officers, four Target men, six Maintenance men and ten in the Commissary Crew, I desire to take this means of thanking for a wonderfully executed job. The ten in the Statistical Group under Sgt. Gerard F. Huesman, had their hands full and this Bulletin would not be possible without their efforts. The Fish Fry outfit, under Ptl. Carroll L. La Mar, also should be commended for their efforts.

The Official Referee, Brig. Gen. Chester R. Allen, USMC, recently from the West Coast, was duly impressed by the Range, the Match, the attendance, and the way the Match was run. He administered his assignment, as the National Rifle Association Official Referee, faultlessly and with dignity, and certainly added prestige to our Tournament.

There were 634 Plaques and Trophies awarded, requiring, in the making, 1200 castings and 1400 lbs. of aluminum.

On Friday, the .45 Cal. Matches took three (3) Relays, with 47 Teams. The Center Fire Matches called for four (4) Relays, with 68 Teams. And the .22 Cal. required four (4) Relays and 60 Teams competed.

With 682 Registered and 627 actually firing it is obvious that I cannot deal with personalities without unwittingly slighting or overlooking some, so please be charitable and forgiving.

Some of you folks came a long way. The 8th Army group, ten of them flew 12,000 miles from Korea. Thirty-one (31) States and the Canal Zone were represented, from Coast to Coast and from Canada to the Gulf.

The U. S. Border Patrol, with members from California to Florida, were very much in evidence. J. C. White, of this group, too the Grand Aggregate with a terrific 2615. W. I. Toney, a top contender at any Match, is also of the Border Patrol.

Mrs. Irma Benton took the Ladies Aggregate, with Kathleen Walsh but one point back of her. This young shooter will have to be reckoned with in the future.

The Massachusetts State Police were with us for the first time.

Adding to the stars of the pistol fraternity already mentioned, there were Col. Walter Wash, USMC, Ulrich O. Drexl, R. D. Marshall, Leonard M. Rizzolla, C. L. Smith, Lieut. Wm. McMillan, Offutt Pinion, F. W. Filkins, A. Jurado, E. R. France, R. W. Nissley, J. F. Christoff, W. Thompson, Chief John A. Graenicher, W. S. Crawford and W. J. Simms, just to name a few. Almost reads like "whos who" in Shooting.

The following pages tell the story more completely, and better than I can hope to. The Fish Fry, despite the rain, was enjoyed. 700 lbs. of Fish, 300 dozen steamed crabs were provided, and there were no left overs. Music, of course, was much appreciated.

Gen. Julian S. Hatcher, distinguished author and authority, was a guest for a time on Saturday, and we feel honored by his visit. Mr. George Kuch and John A. Harper, Jr., of the N.R.A., paid us a visit.

The un-precedented and unexpected attendance taxed all of our facilities, so I hope you will overlook some of our short comings. Expansion and improvements in our facilities will enable us to better cope with any assemblage in the future.

Marcus H. Miles, Chief of Police
Sparrows Point Police Department

White's 2615 Takes Honors Over 600 Shooters at Sparrows Point Match

One of the largest pistol tournaments held in this country took place June 24-26, 1955, at the 16th Annual Maryland State Revolver and Pistol Championships under the auspices of the Sparrows Point Police Department Pistol & Revolver Club.

The total registration was 682 of which 627 actually fired. When final tabulations were in, it was found that 31 states were represented.

It is believed to be the largest match of its kind ever held in the country, with approximately 200 more pistol shooters than turned out for the National Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, in 1954. Both individual and team shooters from state, federal, and civil law enforcement agencies, and civilian and military organizations were invited.

The winner of the grand aggregate was Joseph C. White, U.S. Border Patrol, who broke the 2600 barrier by taking first place in the .45 cal. aggregate with 861; second in the center-fire aggregate with 873; and first place in the .22 cal. aggregate with 881. His winning grand aggregate total was 2615x2700.

T/Sgt. F. W. Filkins, USMC, of San Diego, Calif., who beat White out for first place in the center-fire aggregate with 879, came in second in the grand aggregate with 2590. 1st Lt. W. W. McMillan, USMC, Parris Island, S.C., was third and C. L. Smith was fourth. Both shot 2583.

White, in winning the grand aggregate, set a new Sparrows Point record. The old record was 2596 set by Capt. Thomas R. Mitchell, USMC, winner in 1954.

The aggregation that made the biggest impression at the Sparrows Point matches were the 20 members of the 1955 Marine Corps Pistol Team. Among the 20, 91 trophies and plaques were awarded.

Besides T/Sgt. F. W. Filkins and 1st Lt. W. W. McMillan, who took second and third respectively in the grand aggregate, the Marine teams won first-place honors in all the team competitions. That alone was quite an accomplishment as there were 68 teams entered.

The .45 cal. team match was won by a Marine team consisting of Sgt. Edmond S. Sarver, Stockton, Calif.; 1st Lt. Robert E. Martin, Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif.; Lt McMillan; and T/Sgt. Filkins. They combined to fire a winning score of 1126x1200. Lt. McMillan fired a high score in the team with a 290.

In. 38 cal. team competition, the Marine team of Lt. McMillan, Lt. Martin, T/Sgt. Filkins, and Lt. Col. Walter R. Wash of Camp Lejeune, N.C., came in first with a score of 1143. Lt. Martin placed first in the team with a 291.

Lt. Col. Walsh, Lt. McMillan, T/Sgt. Filkins, and M/Sgt. Alfonzo Jurado of El Toro, Calif., combined their shooting talents to take the .22 cal. team match with a score of 1167. M/Sgt. Jurado's 293 took first place in his team.

The Sparrows Point Maryland Championship matches were first held in 1940 with 117 participating. They have grown each year in both range facilities and participating competitors.

The credit must go to Police Chief Marcus H. Miles of Sparrows Point, who organized and has made this event one of the finest shoots in the country. The Bethlehem Steel Company, of which the Sparrows Point Police Department is a part, sponsors this event.

The personnel required to run the matches, prepare meals, and perform other sundry duties are taken from the Sparrows Point Police only. There is not outside help brought in.

Some other points of interest are:

  • The 162 targets are turned manually and are designed so that there is a minimum of friction and near perfect balance. The targets, which weigh 3,500 lbs., moved perfectly every time.
  • On June 24, the .45 cal. matches required 17 relays and took 11 hours.
  • On June 25, the center-fire matches required 22 relays and took 12 hours and 6 minutes.
  • On June 26, the .22 cal. matches required 22 relays and took 12 hours and 25 minutes.
  • During the 3 days there were 503 refires; 246 in .45 cal., 87 in center-fire, and 170 in .22 cal.
  • A count of cars at one time on the parking lot totaled 543.
  • The U.S. Border Patrol, its members coming from posts from California to Florida., and the Massachusetts State Police, competed for the first time.

The numerous awards — statuettes, plaques, etc. — were made by members of the Sparrows Point Police force.

At the end of the shoot, an outdoor party was held at which 300 bushels of crabs, 700 lbs. of fish fillets, and 30 half-barrels of beer were consumed. This party was free to all competitors and their guests.

The winners of awards in the individual and aggregate matches are eligible to enter "The Tournament of Champions," to be held on Sept. 25, 1955, at Sparrows Point. After this match, a Chesapeake Bay Banquet will be served to the contestants, each of whom will be allowed 1 non-shooting banquet quest.

NRA Tournament News, Jul-Aug, 1955, Vol. 6, No.1

91 Trophies Brought PI From Pistol Competition

Twenty shooters on the Marine Corps Pistol Team firing June 24-26 at Sparrows Point, Md., took first place in all team matches and brought home 91 trophies and plaques in what is belived to be the largest match of its kind ever held.

Some 672 crack pistol shots were competing in the .45 .38 and .22 matches in which Marine shooters placed second and third in the grand aggregate.

In the grand aggregate race, the winner of which has the highest combined score of all matches, a Florida Border Patrolman, J.C. White of Miami, set a sizzling new Sparrows Point record of 2612. Captain T. R. Mitchell of the Albany, Ga., Marine Corps Supply Center on this year's team is believed to be holder of the last year's record. He fired a 2596 last year.

Second place in the grand aggregate was taken by TSgt. Frederick W. Filkins of MCRD, San Diego. His combined total score was 2590.

Parris Island's 1st Lt. William W. McMillan ranked third with a close 2583.

In the team competition Marines claimed all first places.

The .45 match was won by a team consisting of Sgt. E. S. Sarver, 1stLt. R. E. Martin, Lt. McMillan and TSgt. Filkins. They combined to fire a winning 1126 out of a possible 1200 points. Lt. McMillan was first on the team with 290.

In the .38 competition, the Marine team of Lt. McMillan, Lt. Martin, TSgt. Filkins and LtCol. W. R. Walsh was first with 1143. Lt. Martin was high with 291.

Col. Walsh, McMillan, Filkins and MSgt. A. Jurado combined their shooting talents later to take the .22 pistol competition with 1167. Jurado's 293 was the highest on his team.

Participating in the Maryland matches were many civilian shooters as well as pistol shots from various Army and Marine Corps installations.

The Parris Island BOOT, Friday, July 1, 1955

1stLt William W. McMillan, Jr.

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U.S. Marine Corps Parris Island No. 2 Pistol Team

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(Left to right) Sgt Edmond S. Sarver, TSgt Frederick W. Filkins, 1st Lt Robert E. Martin and 1st Lt William W. McMillan, Jr.

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PARRIS ISLAND, S. C., 30 June - Members of the 1955 Marine Corps Pistol Team, who participated in the Maryland State Revolver and Pistol Championships at Sparrows Point, Md., 24 - 26 June, pose with 82 of the 91 plaques and trophies which they won.

They are (L to R front row), 1stLt. William W. McMillan, MCRDep., Parris Island; 1stLt. Joe P. Taylor, MB Clarksville, Tenn.; LtCol. Walter R. Walsh, 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, N. C.; TSgt. George Hurt 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, Calif.; CWO Charles L. Disney, Range Detachment, Camp Pendleton.

Second row (L to R), Capt. John D. Councilman, USMCRTC, Ft. Lee, Va.; MSgt Robert O. Jones, 1st Marine Division; TSgt. Frederick W. Filkins, MCRDep., San Diego, Calif.; Pfc. Everett R. Retford, MCS, Quantico, Va.

Third row (L to R), Sgt. Edmond S. Sarver, USMCRTC, NAS, Stockton, Calif.; Sgt. Harvey Dunn, MCAS Miami, Fla.; MSgt. Alfonzo Jurado, MCAS, El Toro, Calif.; MSgt. Frank W. Scroggs 1st Marine Air Wing 1stLt. Robert E. Martin, Force Troops, Twenty Nine Palms, Calif.

Fourth row (L to R), Capt. William E. Wilson, Jr., 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune; Cpl. Ray A. Hutcheson, MCRDep., Parris Island; Sgt. Phillip G. Geredes, 3rd Marine Division; Cpl. Theron N. Rinehart, FMFpac., Kaneohoe Bay, T. H.; TSgt. Roy C. Clay, 3rd Marine Division and MSgt. James A. Moore, MCSC, Barstow, Calif.

The Parris Island BOOT, Friday, July 8, 1955

Grand Aggregate (Individual) Match No. 23
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency .22 Caliber Center-Fire .45 Caliber Total
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
881 873 861 2615
2 Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
870 879 841 2590
3 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
Parris Island, S. C.
878 870 835 2583
4 Charles L. Smith Federal Bureau of Investigation 871 859 853 2583
1st
Master
William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 874 865 841 2580
2nd
Master
Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 878 857 838 2573
3rd
Master
Presley A. O'Gren - 864 866 836 2566
4th
Master
Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 858 861 847 2566
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 871 840 832 2543
2nd
Expert
G. R. Barse - 875 826 811 2512
3rd
Expert
W. C. Flora - 840 846 808 2494
4th
Expert
L. Yost - 861 842 705 2488
5th
Expert
J. R. Harrison - 856 840 790 2486
1st
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 824 814 803 2441
2nd
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 856 793 784 2433
3rd
Sharpshooter
T. G. Rosell - 840 819 772 2431
4th
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch - 838 786 803 2427
5th
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman - 806 815 781 2402
1st
Marksman
W. I. Booker - 830 801 741 2372
2nd
Marksman
Martin S. Drlik - 826 772 774 2372
3rd
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 845 804 721 2370
4th
Marksman
R. O. Kret - 796 766 748 2310
5th
Marksman
D. Knight - 787 772 748 2307

(Source: Official Bulletin)


Camp Perry Aggregate Match No. 19
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency .22 Caliber Center-Fire .45 Caliber Total
1 Charles L. Smith Bureau of Investigation 295 298 294 887
2 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
297 293 294 884
3 Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 299 294 290 883
4 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
298 289 295 882
1st
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
297 294 291 882
2nd
Master
Robert E. Martin U.S. Marine Corps
Force Troops, Twenty-Nine Palms, Ca.
296 296 290 882
3rd
Master
Walter R. Walsh U.S. Marine Corps
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
296 292 294 882
4th
Master
Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 293 292 293 878
1st
Expert
W. C. Flora - 294 286 287 867
2nd
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 294 279 289 862
3rd
Expert
W. J. Thompson - 293 287 278 858
4th
Expert
Lafayette. F. Keaton - 285 284 286 855
5th
Expert
J. H. Norris, Jr. - 290 280 285 855
1st
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 284 289 279 852
2nd
Sharpshooter
Charles M. Kyer - 289 278 280 847
3rd
Sharpshooter
R. T. Woodrow - 284 284 278 846
4th
Sharpshooter
C. C. Smith - 285 283 274 842
5th
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch - 286 282 272 840
1st
Marksman
W. I. Booker - 288 280 275 833
2nd
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw - 276 275 276 827
3rd
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 285 268 266 819
4th
Marksman
G. W. Hays - 282 268 263 813
5th
Marksman
R. O. Kret - 277 267 266 810

(Source: Official Bulletin)


Grand Aggregate (Team) Match No. 24
Rank Service Branch/Agency .22 Caliber Center-Fire .45 Caliber Total
1 Marine Corps Pistol Team
Parris Island No. 2
1167 1143 1126 3436
2 U.S. Border Patrol 1164 1131 1115 3410
3 Bureau of Ordnance 1136 1134 1102 3372
1st
Master
Marine Corps Pistol Team
Parris Island No. 1
1145 1117 1107 3369
2nd
Master
Virginia State Police No. 1 1131 1103 1086 3320
3rd
Master
Baltimore County Police Department 1127 1120 1073 3320
1st
Expert
Metropolitan Police
Revolver League No. 1
1022 1100 1052 3276
2nd
Expert
U.S. Naval Air Station
Patuxent River, Md.
1103 1078 1082 3263
3rd
Expert
AFFE-8th Army Blue 1126 1070 1046 3242
1st
Sharpshooter
U.S. Army Fort Holabird No. 1 1115 1051 1000 3166
2nd
Sharpshooter
2nd Army Fort Meade No. 2 1109 1059 1018 3157
3rd
Sharpshooter
Marine Corps Schools Blue
Quantico, Va.
1097 1033 1015 3145
1st
Marksman
U.S. Army Fort Holabird No. 2 1045 953 968 2998

(Source: Official Bulletin)



.22 Caliber Team Championship No. 18
Rank Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island No. 2
W. R. Walsh, W. W. McMillan, Jr., A. Jurado and F. W. Filkins
1167
2 U.S. Border Patrol 1164
3 Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island No. 1 1145
1st
Master
U.S. Coast Guard Pistol Team Cape May Grey 1144
2nd
Master
Reading Pistol Club, Inc. No. 1 1143
3rd
Master
Virginia State Police No. 2 1143
1st
Expert
Teaneck Rilfe & Pistol Club No. 1 1127
2nd
Expert
AFFE-8th Army Pistol Team Blue 1126
3rd
Expert
Metropolitan Police Revolver League No. 1 1124
1st
Sharpshooter
U.S. Army Fort Holabird No. 1 1115
2nd
Sharpshooter
Andrews Air Force Base 1111
3rd
Sharpshooter
Marine Corps Schools Quantico White 1101
1st
Marksman
U.S. Army Fort Holabird No. 2 1045
2nd
Marksman
Kimberton Pistol Club 967
3rd
Marksman
Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md. B 956

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber Team Championship No. 12
Rank Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island No. 2
W. R. Walsh, W. W. McMillan, Jr., R. E. Martin and F. W. Filkins
1143
2 Bureau of Ordance 1134
3 U.S. Border Patrol 1131
1st
Master
Baltimore County Police Department 1117
2nd
Master
Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island No. 1 1117
3rd
Master
White House Police 1116
1st
Expert
Metropolitan Police Revolver League No. 1 1100
2nd
Expert
Teaneck Rifle & Pistol Club No. 1 1084
3rd
Expert
Baltimore City Police Department Team Blue 1083
1st
Sharpshooter
Maryland State Police Team No. 1 1069
2nd
Sharpshooter
2nd Army Fort Meade No. 2 1059
3rd
Sharpshooter
Arlington Rifle & Pistol Club Arlington, N.J. 1054
1st
Marksman
U.S. Army Fort Holabird Team No. 2 985
2nd
Marksman
Anne Arundel Police Department No. 1 976
3rd
Marksman
Maryland State Police No. 3 965

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber Team Championship Match No. 6
Rank Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island No. 2
R. E. Martin, W. W. McMillan F. W. Filkins and Ed. S. Sarver
1126
2 U.S. Border Patrol 1115
3 Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island No. 1 1107
1st
Master
Bureau of Ordnance 1102
2nd
Master
Marine Corps Pistol Team Parris Island, No. 3 1097
3rd
Master
Virginia State Police No. 1 1086
1st
Expert
U. S. Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Md. 1082
2nd
Expert
2nd Army Pistol Fort Meade Team No. 1 1065
3rd
Expert
Baltimore City Police Department Team Blue 1054
1st
Sharpshooter
2nd Army Pistol Fort Meade Team No. 2 1018
2nd
Sharpshooter
Marine Corps Schools Quantico Team Blue 1015
3rd
Sharpshooter
Marine Corps Schools Quantico Team White 1009
1st
Marksman
U.S. Army Fort Holabird Team No. 2 968

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.22 Caliber Championship Match No. 22
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Total
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
881
2 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
878
3 Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 878
4 Walter R. Walsh U.S. Marine Corps
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
877
1st
Master
William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 874
2nd
Master
Charles L. Smith Bureau of Investigation 871
3rd
Master
Alfonzo Jurado U.S. Marine Corps
MCAS, El Toro, Ca.
870
4th
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
870
1st
Expert
G. R. Barse - 875
2nd
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 871
3rd
Expert
L. Yost -
-
861
4th
Expert
W. S. Brimlow -
-
857
5th
Expert
J. R. Harrison -
-
856
1st
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 856
2nd
Sharpshooter
Howard F. Le Roy -
-
845
3rd
Sharpshooter
T. G. Rosell -
-
840
4th
Sharpshooter
W. C. Deets -
-
840
5th
Sharpshooter
J. C. Hall -
-
840
1st
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 845
2nd
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach -
-
837
3rd
Marksman
H. G. Ross -
-
834
4th
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
830
5th
Marksman
A. Citero -
-
827

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber Championship Match No. 21
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Total
1 Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
879
2 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
873
3 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
870
4 Presley O. O'Gren - 866
1st
Master
Elmer W. Hilden U.S. Border Patrol 866
2nd
Master
William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 865
3rd
Master
Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 861
4th
Master
Robert E. Barde U.S. Marine Corps 860
1st
Expert
W. C. Flora - 846
2nd
Expert
R. A. Dobart -
-
844
3rd
Expert
J. H. Chambers -
-
843
4th
Expert
L. Yost -
-
842
5th
Expert
L. D. Santman -
-
841
1st
Sharpshooter
T. G. Rosell - 819
2nd
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman -
-
815
3rd
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 814
4th
Sharpshooter
R. W. Humphries -
-
814
5th
Sharpshooter
E. J. Kulas -
-
812
1st
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 804
2nd
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
801
3rd
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach -
-
796
4th
Marksman
L. G. Heckner -
-
794
5th
Marksman
J. Hunsberger   779

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber Championship Match No. 20
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Total
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
861
2 Charles L. Smith Federal Bureau of Investigation 853
3 Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 847
4 William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 841
1st
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
841
2nd
Master
Robert E. Martin U.S. Marine Corps
Force Troops, Twenty-Nine Palms, Ca.
838
3rd
Master
Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 838
4th
Master
Roy D. Marshall Metropolitan Police
Washington, D.C.
838
6th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
835
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 832
2nd
Expert
G. R. Barse -
-
811
3rd
Expert
W. S. Brimlow -
-
809
4th
Expert
W. C. Flora -
-
808
5th
Expert
J. H. Norris, Jr. -
-
806
1st
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch - 803
2nd
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 803
3rd
Sharpshooter
J. R. Burnett -
-
791
4th
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins -
-
784
5th
Sharpshooter
Howard F. Le Roy -
-
782
1st
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik - 774
2nd
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw -
-
753
3rd
Marksman
R. O. Kret -
-
748
4th
Marksman
D. Knight -
-
748
5th
Marksman
R. H. Hunkins   743

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.22 Caliber National Match Course No. 17
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 R. W. Nissley - 296
2 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
295
3 Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 295
4 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
294
1st
Master
William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 293
2nd
Master
B. Morphy - 293
3rd
Master
Roy D. Marshall Metropolitan Police
Washington, D.C.
292
4th
Master
William E. Wilson, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
2nd Mar Div, Camp Lejeune, N.C.
290
1st
Expert
G. R. Barse - 292
2nd
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 290
3rd
Expert
W. C. Flora - 289
4th
Expert
R. F. Hoskins - 289
5th
Expert
W. S. Brimlow - 288
1st
Sharpshooter
S. E. Helm - 286
2nd
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 285
3rd
Sharpshooter
W. F. Kane - 284
4th
Sharpshooter
R. T. Woodrow - 283
5th
Sharpshooter
Emmett D. King U.S. Navy 282
1st
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 289
2nd
Marksman
A. Citero - 283
3rd
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik - 280
4th
Marksman
W. I. Booker - 280
5th
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach - 279

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.22 Caliber Rapid Fire Match No. 16
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Eldridge R. France - 198
2 Chalres L. Frazier U.S. Navy 198
3 Joe P. Taylor U.S. Marine Corps
Marine Base Clarksville, Tenn.
198
4 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
198
1st
Master
Presley A. O'Gren - 198
2nd
Master
Robert E. Barde U.S. Marine Corps 198
3rd
Master
J. E. Young - 198
4th
Master
M. L. Meekins - 197
14th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
196
1st
Expert
J. H. Norris, Jr. - 197
2nd
Expert
W. C. Flora - 197
3rd
Expert
G. R. Barse - 197
4th
Expert
J. Litz - 197
5th
Expert
L. Yost - 197
1st
Sharpshooter
Howard F. Le Roy - 196
2nd
Sharpshooter
W. C. Deets - 193
3rd
Sharpshooter
T. G. Rosell - 193
4th
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 192
5th
Sharpshooter
L. C. Barland - 192
1st
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach - 192
2nd
Marksman
N. M. Meads - 190
3rd
Marksman
P. W. Wilson - 189
4th
Marksman
W. Fairweather - 189
5th
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 189

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.22 Caliber Timed Fire Match No. 15
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Walter R. Walsh U.S. Marine Corps
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
200
2 Alfonzo Jurado U.S. Marine Corps
MCAS, El Toro, Ca.
200
3 John H. Lucas - 200
4 Frank W. Scroggs U.S. Marine Corps
1st Marine Air Wing
199
1st
Master
Robert E. Martin U.S. Marine Corps
Force Troops, Twenty-Nine Palms, Ca.
199
2nd
Master
Ellis Lea U.S. Army 199
3rd
Master
Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 199
4th
Master
Elmer W. Hilden U.S. Border Patrol 198
26th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
197
1st
Expert
E. B. Crossman - 199
2nd
Expert
L. D. Santman - 199
3rd
Expert
D. Solari - 198
4th
Expert
J. R. Harrison - 198
5th
Expert
R. H. Kruse - 197
1st
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman - 195
2nd
Sharpshooter
J. H. Becker - 195
3rd
Sharpshooter
Nancy J. Ellifrit - 194
4th
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch - 194
5th
Sharpshooter
W. C. Deets - 193
1st
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach - 195
2nd
Marksman
W. I. Booker - 194
3rd
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 194
4th
Marksman
H. G. Ross - 193
5th
Marksman
A. R. Harm - 193

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.22 Caliber Slow Fire Match No. 14
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Ulrich O. Drexl - 192
2 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
191
3 G. R. Barse - 191
4 Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 190
1st
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
190
2nd
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, Ca.
190
3rd
Master
William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 190
4th
Master
Walter R. Walsh U.S. Marine Corps
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
190
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 187
2nd
Expert
L. Yost - 187
3rd
Expert
F. R. Weber - 186
4th
Expert
C. Gerstenmaier - 186
5th
Expert
R. H. Kruse - 186
1st
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 186
2nd
Sharpshooter
Howard F. Le Roy - 185
3rd
Sharpshooter
J. Subisak - 183
4th
Sharpshooter
A. MacAdam - 182
5th
Sharpshooter
Irma K. Benton - 181
1st
Marksman
A. Citero - 182
2nd
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik - 177
3rd
Marksman
H. G. Ross - 177
4th
Marksman
W. F. Blackton - 176
5th
Marksman
J. P. Stromberg - 174

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.22 Caliber Camp Perry Match No. 13
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 299
2 A. Simonsen -
-
298
3 T. F. Buckmaster -
-
298
4 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
298
1st
Master
E. Ensor - 297
2nd
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
297
3rd
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
297
4th
Master
Roy D. Marshall Metropolitan Police
Washington, D.C.
297
1st
Expert
A. G. Gayne - 296
2nd
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 294
3rd
Expert
W. C. Flora -
-
294
4th
Expert
L. Yost -
-
294
5th
Expert
Eldridge R. France -
-
293
1st
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman - 289
2nd
Sharpshooter
R. R. Kopczak -
-
289
3rd
Sharpshooter
Charles M. Kyer -
-
289
4th
Sharpshooter
C. E. Hall -
-
289
5th
Sharpshooter
Irma K. Benton -
-
288
1st
Marksman
W. I. Booker - 288
2nd
Marksman
H. G. Ross -
-
287
3rd
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach -
-
286
4th
Marksman
W. Olthoff -
-
286
5th
Marksman
R. Fadzen -
-
285

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber National Match Course No. 11
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
296
2 William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 291
3 Elmer W. Hilden U.S. Border Patrol 291
4 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
290
1st
Master
Ellis Lea U.S. Army 288
2nd
Master
Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 288
3rd
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
287
4th
Master
Robert E. Martin U.S. Marine Corps
Force Troops, Twenty-Nine Palms, Ca.
287
1st
Expert
B. F. Dell - 285
2nd
Expert
W. C. Flora -
-
285
3rd
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 284
4th
Expert
C. N. Claar -
-
283
5th
Expert
L. Yost -
-
283
1st
Sharpshooter
W. P. Couper - 279
2nd
Sharpshooter
R. L. Knight -
-
277
3rd
Sharpshooter
J. Szuter -
-
275
4th
Sharpshooter
E. J. Kulas -
-
275
5th
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins -
-
270
1st
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 272
2nd
Marksman
I. L. Lans -
-
269
3rd
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
265
4th
Marksman
L. G. Heckner -
-
265
5th
Marksman
R. S. Disney -
-
264

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber Rapid Fire Match No. 10
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
197
2 Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
San Diego, Ca.
196
3 S. W. Tolley -
-
195
4 Elmer W. Hilden U.S. Border Patrol 195
1st
Master
A. Hartman -
-
194
2nd
Master
Presley A. O'Gren -
-
195
3rd
Master
C. R. Couser -
-
194
4th
Master
Robert O. Jones U.S. Marine Corps
1st Mar Div, Camp Pendleton, Ca.
193
10th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
192
1st
Expert
J. H. Chambers - 194
2nd
Expert
Kathleen Walsh -
-
192
3rd
Expert
J. E. Reynolds -
-
191
4th
Expert
Leroy A. Clement -
-
190
5th
Expert
W. S. Brimlow -
-
190
1st
Sharpshooter
N. Taylor - 188
2nd
Sharpshooter
R. W. Humphries -
-
186
3rd
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman -
-
184
4th
Sharpshooter
M. Shetter -
-
183
5th
Sharpshooter
J. Friedland -
-
183
1st
Marksman
L. G. Heckner - 183
2nd
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach -
-
180
3rd
Marksman
R. Fadzan -
-
177
4th
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw -
-
177
5th
Marksman
J. Hunsberger -
-
176

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber Timed Fire Match No. 9
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 200
2 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
200
3 E. K. Pote -
-
199
4 Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
199
1st
Master
William T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 198
2nd
Master
W. J. Simms -
-
198
3rd
Master
Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
198
4th
Master
George H. Hurt U.S. Marine Corps
1st Mar Div, Camp Pendleton, Ca.
197
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U. S. Navy 199
2nd
Expert
W. C. Flora -
-
197
3rd
Expert
F. R. Weber -
-
197
4th
Expert
R. W. Nissley -
-
197
5th
Expert
L. B. Santman -
-
197
1st
Sharpshooter
Thomas G. Rosell U.S. Army 195
2nd
Sharpshooter
C. E. Hall -
-
195
3rd
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 192
4th
Sharpshooter
Gaylord W. Ness -
-
191
5th
Sharpshooter
A. W. Plummer, Jr. -
-
191
1st
Marksman
R. Fadzen - 190
2nd
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
188
3rd
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach -
-
187
4th
Marksman
J. Tilton -
-
186
5th
Marksman
J. Hunsberger -
-
186

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber Slow Fire Match No. 8
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 S. W. Tolley - 191
2 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
Parris Island, S.C.
191
3 W. J. Simms -
-
190
4 Presley A. O'Gren -
-
189
1st
Master
Robert E. Barde U.S. Marine Corps 189
2nd
Master
Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
188
3rd
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
San Diego, Ca.
188
4th
Master
Alfonzo Jurado U.S. Marine Corps
MCAS, El Toro, Ca.
188
1st
Expert
John R. Harrison - 185
2nd
Expert
H. I. Bonneau -
-
184
3rd
Expert
S. Vukomanovich -
-
183
4th
Expert
J. R. Siewert -
-
183
5th
Expert
J. M. Richardson -
-
183
1st
Sharpshooter
H. G. Walsh - 181
2nd
Sharpshooter
H. E. Klausfelder -
-
180
3rd
Sharpshooter
J. Friedland -
-
177
4th
Sharpshooter
Charles M. Kyer -
-
176
5th
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman -
-
175
1st
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik - 177
2nd
Marksman
W. W. Everett -
-
175
3rd
Marksman
W. F. Blackton -
-
175
4th
Marksman
R. O. Kret -
-
174
5th
Marksman
P. P. Gaberini -
-
173

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.38 Caliber Camp Perry Match No. 7
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Charles L. Smith Bureau of Investigation 298
2 Robert E. Martin U.S. Marine Corps
Force Troops, Twenty-Nine Palms, Ca.
296
3 G. A. Wilson -
-
295
4 John H. Lucas -
-
295
1st
Master
Robert O. Jones U.S. Marine Corps
1st Marine Division
295
2nd
Master
Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, Ca.
294
3rd
Master
Everett R. Retford U.S. Marine Corps
MCS, Quantico, Va.
294
4th
Master
R. Ross -
-
294
8th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
Parris Island, S.C.
293
1st
Expert
S. S. Carlon, Jr. - 293
2nd
Expert
J. R. Harrison -
-
291
3rd
Expert
L. D. Santman -
-
290
4th
Expert
F. Lein -
-
289
5th
Expert
W. T. Bell -
-
289
1st
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 289
2nd
Sharpshooter
T. G. Rosell -
-
287
3rd
Sharpshooter
Gaylord W. Ness -
-
286
4th
Sharpshooter
T. R. Woodrow -
-
284
5th
Sharpshooter
R. L. Knight -
-
283
1st
Marksman
W. I. Booker - 280
2nd
Marksman
J. D. Gackenbach -
-
277
3rd
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw -
-
275
4th
Marksman
J. Daecher -
-
275
5th
Marksman
J. Hunsberger -
-
274

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber National Match Course No. 5
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Charles L. Smith Federal Bureau of Investigation 287
2 Offutt Pinion U.S. Navy 281
3 Joseph C. White U.S. Boarder Patrol
Miami, Fla.
281
4 Robert E. Martin U.S. Marine Corps
Force Troops, Twenty-Nine Palms, Ca.
280
1st
Master
W. S. Crawford - 280
2nd
Master
M. E. Meekins -
-
279
3rd
Master
Ray A. Hutcheson U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, S.C.
279
4th
Master
John H. Lucas -
-
278
5th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, SC
278
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 279
2nd
Expert
J. H. Norris, Jr. -
-
274
3rd
Expert
W. S. Brimlow -
-
273
4th
Expert
A. Wooton -
-
272
5th
Expert
J. F. Christoff -
-
272
1st
Sharpshooter
Henry F. Le Roy - 271
2nd
Sharpshooter
J. R. Burnett -
-
269
3rd
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman -
-
267
4th
Sharpshooter
R. T. Woodrow -
-
267
5th
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 266
1st
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw - 255
2nd
Marksman
R. O. Kret -
-
254
3rd
Marksman
J. W. Hume -
-
252
4th
Marksman
E. H. Campbell -
-
252
5th
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
251

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber Rapid Fire Match No. 4
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
197
2 Wm T. Toney, Jr. U.S. Border Patrol 196
3 J. M. Richardson -
-
191
4 S. W. Tolley -
-
190
1st
Master
Presley O. O'Gren - 189
2nd
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, SC
189
3rd
Master
Frank W. Scroggs U.S. Marine Corps
1st Marine Air Wing
189
4th
Master
A. Simonsen -
-
188
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 189
2nd
Expert
G. R. Barse -
-
187
3rd
Expert
R. W. Nisaley -
-
187
4th
Expert
C. J. Smith -
-
186
5th
Expert
J. R. Harrison -
-
186
1st
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins - 187
2nd
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch -
-
187
3rd
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 178
4th
Sharpshooter
C. C. Smith -
-
177
5th
Sharpshooter
D. W. Hardiman -
-
174
1st
Marksman
R. O. Kret - 180
2nd
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik -
-
179
3rd
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw -
-
175
4th
Marksman
A. Citero -
-
173
5th
Marksman
R. Fadzen -
-
173

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber Timed Fire Match No. 3
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
200
2 Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 197
3 Frederick W. Filkins U.S Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, CA
196
4 Edmond S. Sarver U.S. Marine Corps RTC
NAS, Stockton, CA
196
1st
Master
E. Haase - 196
2nd
Master
Charles L. Smith Federal Bureau of Investigation 196
3rd
Master
Theron N. Rinehart U.S. Marine Corps
FMFpac, Kaneohoe Bay, T.H.
196
4th
Master
T. F. Buckmaster -
-
196
26th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, SC
192
1st
Expert
Lafayette F. Keaton - 194
2nd
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 193
3rd
Expert
W. S. Brimlow -
-
192
4th
Expert
C. Brice -
-
192
5th
Expert
O. J. Price -
-
192
1st
Sharpshooter
Emmet D. King U.S. Navy 188
2nd
Sharpshooter
T. G. Rosell -
-
187
3rd
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch -
-
187
4th
Sharpshooter
C. C. Smith -
-
187
5th
Sharpshooter
W. E. Sales -
-
186
1st
Marksman
R. H. Hunkins - 188
2nd
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw -
-
187
3rd
Marksman
R. Fadzen -
-
182
4th
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik -
-
179
5th
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
178

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber Slow Fire Match No. 2
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Roy D. Marshall Metropolitan Police
Washington, D.C.
191
2 Leonard M. Rizzolla U.S. Navy 190
3 E. E. Hedblom -
-
188
4 Charles L. Smith Federal Bureau of Investigation 187
1st
Master
C. H. Sullivan - 185
2nd
Master
Presley O. O'Gren - 183
3rd
Master
Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
183
4th
Master
Elmer W. Hilden U.S. Border Patrol 183
27th
Master
Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, SC
176
1st
Expert
T. K. Curtis - 183
2nd
Expert
W. C. Flora -
-
180
3rd
Expert
J. A. Urspruch -
-
179
4th
Expert
P. S. Bloxom -
-
178
5th
Expert
J. A. Morgan -
-
177
1st
Sharpshooter
John L. Welburn U.S. Navy 176
2nd
Sharpshooter
E. J. Haley -
-
173
3rd
Sharpshooter
C. E. Hall -
-
172
4th
Sharpshooter
J. Z. Szymkowicz -
-
171
5th
Sharpshooter
W. Gerisch -
-
171
1st
Marksman
Martin F. Drlik - 178
2nd
Marksman
W. F. Blackton -
-
165
3rd
Marksman
D. Knight -
-
163
4th
Marksman
E. H. Campbell -
-
163
5th
Marksman
W. Fairweather -
-
160

(Source: Official Bulletin)


.45 Caliber Camp Perry Match No. 1
Rank Name Service Branch/Agency Score
1 Joseph C. White U.S. Border Patrol
Miami, Fla.
293
2 Wm W. McMillan, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, Parris Island, SC
294
3 Charles L. Smith Federal Bureau of Investigation 294
4 Walter R. Walsh U.S. Marine Corps
Camp Lejeune, NC
294
1st
Master
Leonard M. Rizzola U.S. Navy 293
2nd
Master
William E. Wilson, Jr. U.S. Marine Corps
2nd Mar Div, Camp Lejeune, N.C.
293
3rd
Master
K. Hartman -
-
292
4th Master Frederick W. Filkins U.S. Marine Corps
MCRD, San Diego, CA
291
1st
Expert
Charles L. Frazier U.S. Navy 289
2nd
Expert
W. C. Flora -
-
287
3rd
Expert
G. R. Barse -
-
287
4th
Expert
Lafayette. F. Keaton -
-
286
5th
Expert
C. J. Smith -
-
286
1st
Sharpshooter
Charles M. Kyer - 280
2nd
Sharpshooter
R. E. Jenkins -
-
279
3rd
Sharpshooter
R. T. Woodrow -
-
278
4th
Sharpshooter
J. Peklak -
-
277
5th
Sharpshooter
Emmett D. King U.S. Navy 275
1st
Marksman
Henry F. Bercaw - 276
2nd
Marksman
W. I. Booker -
-
275
3rd
Marksman
R. O. Kent -
-
266
4th
Marksman
R. Fadzen -
-
266
5th
Marksman
F. A. Anderson -
-
264

(Source: Official Bulletin)


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