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24th Annual Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships
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Association of College Unions-International. 24th Annual Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships - Page 5. April 22 - 26, 1992. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 2, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/529/show/510.

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Association of College Unions-International. (April 22 - 26, 1992). 24th Annual Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships - Page 5. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/529/show/510

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Title 24th Annual Intercollegiate Clay Target Championships
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  • Association of College Unions-International
Publisher Association of College Unions-International
Date April 22 - 26, 1992
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • College sports
  • Clay target shooting
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  • Association of College Unions-International
  • Bradley University
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  • Bradley University
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  • Peoria, Illinois
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Transcript Championship Rules and Regulations cont'd c. For practice a shooter may use the ammunition of his/her choice. d. Gun club will have ammunition for sale. Shooters desiring International loads for practice should contact gun club. e. All hulls hitting the ground become property of the gun club. Registration a. Only college students who meet the eligibility requirements will be allowed to compete in this tournament. b. It shall be the sole responsibility of the shooter(s) to know they are registered and entered in the event(s) desired. Each shooter or team manager must report to Registration upon arrival. c. The coach, advisor, or team captain must declare team members for each event before the first round is fired by a team member from the school in question. d. The coach, advisor, or team captain will be permitted to substitute team members or change shooting order before the first round is fired by a team member from the school in question. e. Cases involving illness or other such emergencies will be ruled on individually by the Championship Director. f. The Coach/Team Captain will be permitted to substitute team members or change shooting order until close of registration the day of the scheduled event. Once registration has closed no changes in team or shooting order will be permitted. Practice a. Practice shooting will be available on Wednesday and on each day of the competition as the fields become available. b. Shoot management reserves the right to withhold any practice field should tournament conditions so merit Awards a. To permit distribution of rewards there must be at least (3) entries in that event b. Any award(s) won in the competition will be presented to team/individual in that event. c. There is no limit to the number of individuals and/or teams entered from one institution; however, no shooter may represent more than one school. d. Each team entrant is eligible for individual awards. e. Each individual (and team) must register in the name of the school where they are currently enrolled. Team and Squad Assignments a. In International Skeet and International Trap the squad and field will be assigned by lot (luck of the draw). A team shall consist of three (3) shooters from the same school. b. In American Skeet, ATA Trap, and Sporting Clays team members may shoot on the same squad, designating shooting order. A team shall consist of five (5) shooters from the same school. c. Each team shall be identified by the name and location of the school it represents. d. Sporting Clays will use European rotation, which permits competitors to shoot individual stations in any order, barring breakdowns and slow station. Shooters must move to another station if field referees, gun club staff, and/or shoot management so order. School High Over-All Team a. A School must enter one team in each event (excluding sporting clays) to be eligible for HOA awards. b. A shooter may represent the school in one or more events. c. In instances in which a school enters more than one team in each event, the scores posted by the team designated as Team #1" will be applied towards the school's HOA score. d. Sporting Clays scores will not count towards HOA Awards. Tournament Appeals and Violations a. The Tournament Director will determine individual eligibility. The Director's decisions shall be final; however, an individual may file an appeal with the chairperson of the ACU-I Recreation Committee for review and decision by an ad hoc eligibility committee. b. Any participant violating academic or other tournament eligibility regulations may be subject to review and appropriate action by the Recreation Committee. c. Matters of tournament policy and detail are decided by the Recreation Committee of the Association of College Unions-International. 9. Flanker Referees In International Skeet and International Trap, competitors will be required to serve as Flanker referees for the succeeding squad on that field. Those shooters who draw the last flight/squad will serve as Flanker Referees for the first flight/ squad out on that field. Flankers failing to show and complete their assignments will be fined two (2) targets in the event in question. 10. Competitors Jury for International Events a. A shooter jury will be selected to check that fields conform to regulations prior to each day's competition in International Trap and International Skeet. b. Once traps are set to the jury's satisfaction, no changes will be permitted, except in the case of equipment breakdown or shooter protest of target irregularity. 11. Rules and regulations printed in this tournament brochure supersede other rules. For circumstances not covered herein the rules of the respective governing body will apply. American Skeet - NSSA rules govern. ATA Trap - ATA rules govern. Int'l Skeet - NRA Int'l Shotgun rules govern. Int'l Trap - NRA Int'l Shotgun rules govern. Sporting Clays - USSCA rules will govern. 12. Protest: a. Protests will be initiated according to the rules governing the event, except for rules contained herein which supersede other rules (see GENERAL REGULATIONS #11). b. If the protest is not resolved on the field by the Chief Referee or Squad Pusher, the protest must be presented directly to the Tournament Director, in writing and accompanied by a $20.00 forfeiture bond. In the case of protests involving target irregularity, the protest will be reviewed by the Director and the Shooter Jury. In all other cases, protests will be reviewed by the Director, who may appoint a Protest committee to rule on the protest If the protest is allowed, proper action will be taken and the bond will be forfeited. 13. Time Limit In each event, a shooter will have fifteen (15) seconds from the moment he steps onto the station to load, call for the target and fire. For the first violation the shooter will receive a warning. For the second and all succeeding violations the targets will be declared lost 14. Tie Breakers a. International Events. 1. Team. In International Skeet and International Trap a tie for team will be decided by the combined score of team members in the last round of 25, next to last round, etc., until the tie is broken. 2. Individual. In International Skeet and International Trap ties for the first three (3) places will be decided by a shoot-off. Each shooter fires one (1) round of 25 targets and the winner will be declared based upon the total number of targets broken. In the event that a tie still exists a "miss and out" (sudden death) round will be fired in which each shooter fires station after station until a "lost" target is registered. Each shooter must shoot at the same number of stations. 3. For the Mike Tipa Award (best combined score for International Skeet and International Trap) a tie will be decided by long run starting with last round of 25 (beginning with International Skeet) and progressing to the next to last round, etc., until the tie is broken. b. ATA Trap 1. ATA Trap Individual. A tie for champion, 2nd place, 3rd place, Lady Champion or Lady Runner-up will be decided by a shoot-off in rounds of 25 targets. nciM Clay Target Championships