Yale came away with most of the honors in the Eastern Intercollegiate swim at Philadelphia over the weekend with Princeton providing the main opposition as Crimson performances were a bit disappointing.
Captain Eric Cutler again had to be content with a second behind Yale's Rene Chouteau in a 4:53.2 quarter, another exceedingly fast race, to add to his second to Eli Howie Johnson in the 220. George Dana came through with a third in the three meter dive, and the Harvard relay foursome of Fraunic Powers, Lonnte Stowell, Cutler, and Jim Curwen took a third in the 400-yard event.
All of the Ulenmen were shunted out of the competition in the century dur- ing the qualifying heats. Curwen's 54 flat effort was just one-tenth of a second over the qualifying limit.
It was left to Ned Parke of Princeton to provide the best individual time of the meet, winning the breastroke in 2:24.8, with only a few weeks of practice in the butterfly race. Charley Colwell of Army nipped famed Howie Johnson in a 52.6 final in the 100