|Title||Rifle Team, North Dakota Agricultural College |
|Date of Original||1930-05-06 |
|Description||Members of the North Dakota Agricultural College Rifle Team, standing with their rifles. The coach of the team, Captain Frank S. Ross, is the first person from the left and without a rifle. |
|Ordering Information||Consult: http://library.ndsu.edu/ndsuarchives/duplication-services |
|General Subject||Colleges & Universities|
|Organization Name||North Dakota State University. Army ROTC|
Cass County (N.D.)
|Negative Number||B374 |
|Format of Original||Glass negatives|
|Dimensions of Original||13 x 18 cm. |
|Publisher of Original||North Dakota Agricultural College (Fargo, N.D.)|
|Place of Publication||Fargo (N.D.)|
|Transcription||"Rifle team, Hearst Trophy winners (standing)." |
Title supplied by staff.
|Biography/History||"The William Randolph Hearst Trophy, the most coveted of all national school rifle awards, was won by the North Dakota State Rifle Team, according to a telegram received recently by Dr. Shepperd. This makes the third national championship that North Dakota State rifle teams under the able leadership and guidance of Capt. Frank S. Ross, have won during the past three years." |
"The best individual score of the team was made by Edward Comm of Fargo, who, although shooting in a team for the first time this year, turned in a phenomenal score of 196 out of a possible 200 points."
"Exceptional scores were also turned in by Morris Barks, Alvin Lee, Kenneth Piper, and Arthur Johnson, the other four members of the five man rifle team." (The Spectrum, May 13, 1930, p. 1) The team was coached by Captain Frank S. Ross, Assistant Professor in Military Science and Tactics.
|Repository Institution||North Dakota State University Libraries, University Archives|
|Repository Collection||NDSU University Archives Glass Negative Collection|
|Credit Line||University Archives, NDSU, Fargo (GPN B374) |
|Rights Management||Copyright held by the University Archives. |
|Digital ID||ua000535 |