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Firing Line At The Ann Arbor Police Department's Invitational Pistol Match, July 1941

Firing Line At The Ann Arbor Police Department's Invitational Pistol Match, July 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 21, 1941
Caption
COMPETITORS AT POLICE SHOOT: Forty-six police officers from Toledo and 12 Michigan departments participated in the Ann Arbor police department's invitational outdoor pistol match yesterday. A group of the shooters are pictured here on the firing line at the department's new range on Huron River Dr. near Barton pond.

Targets Are Examined At The Ann Arbor Police Department's Invitational Pistol Match, July 1941

Targets Are Examined At The Ann Arbor Police Department's Invitational Pistol Match, July 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 21, 1941
Caption
EXAMINE TARGETS: Part of the group of 46 marksmen who competed for 32 medals in the city police department's dedicatory pistol match at its new range Sunday are pictured here as they examined targets after firing a string in one of the four matches. Two Detroit officers took all first and second place medals in the master class. Five of the medals were won by local officers, seven of whom competed.

Sharpshooters Review Scores From A Match At The Ann Arbor Police Department's Indoor Range, April 1941

Sharpshooters Review Scores From A Match At The Ann Arbor Police Department's Indoor Range, April 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1941
Caption
SHARPSHOOTERS GATHER HERE. Four of the 45 shooters at last night's police pistol match look at the scoreboard at the Ann Arbor department's indoor range. Chief Ralph Southard of the Ypsilanti police department is pointing to Everett W. Doherty's temporary top score of 264 which proved to be first medal winner for the match. From left to right are C. F. Cahill, sergeant of the state prison guards at Jackson; R. V. Gray, range officer of the Jackson police department; Mr. Doherty, also a member of the Jackson police; and Chief Southard.