Yale's swimmers have again started in on their career of breaking records. The latest mark to fail is the world record for the 250-yard relay, which was made by a team of the New York Athletic Club in 1915. It was 2 m. 10 2-5 s. In their recent meet with Princeton the Yale relay team, consisting of R. F. Solley, C. D. Prait, W. L. Jeliffe Jr., L. C. Thurston (captain), and R. Binney Jr., covered the distance in 2 m. 6 s. This race was the feature of the meet which Yale won, 40 to 18.
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