Bio: Sturdevant, Clarence (1910)
Contact: Ann Stevens
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 08/25/1910
In the report of Camp Perry, Ohio, shooting, Lieut. Clarence Sturdevant received considerable notice for his efficiency. He won the Leech cup and set a mark in that competition which can never be beaten. In the match which consisted of two sighting shots and seven shots for record at 800, 900 and 1000 yards made the possible score of 105. The prize was the Leech cup which is held for one year, a gold medal and cash. Lieut. Sturdevant is a Neillsville boy who is now a member of the engineer corps, U.S.A. His shooting has always been remarkable, but this year at Camp Perry he seems to have tried to show the country what Wisconsin shooting is.
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