T. G. Aspinwall '10, of Brookline, was elected captain of the University swimming team last night in place of P. Withington '09, who has given up swimming. By the rule of the Athletic Committee, which prohibits a man from taking part in more than two recognized sports, Withington can not be a candidate for the University crew, as he wishes, if he swims this winter, because of the fact that he played on the football team last fall. Aspinwall, his successor, was a member of last year's University swimming team and swam on the relay team in the meets against Yale and against Columbia.
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