Harvard Swimmers Confident Of Swift Ducking For B.U.

Terrier Tankman Entered for Every Event But Two

In its fourth meet of the season, the Varsity swimming team will face Boston University tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock in the Indoor Athletic Building pool. With only two visitors, Steele and Silverman, who can be classed with the Harvard swimmers, the meet probably will not be very thrilling; for Vic Leventritt and Captain Ed Stowell, who have provided the fireworks in previous meets will not be going after any records tomorrow.

The visitor's pre-meet lineup has Coach Hal Ulen puzzled, but not worried, for Jack Wallace, famed for his Red Cross activities and B.U. coach, has entered Steele's name in every event except the dive and breaststroke, while the Terrier star will be limited to just three events. Silverman, the other outstanding B.U. natator, may give some trouble to Walter S. White '36, Leventritt's running mate in the breaststroke, but should not threaten the Crimson record-breaker.