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SWIMMING TEAM VICTORIOUS

Easily Defeats Amherst 32 to 18.--Hitchcock Secures Three Firsts.

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The University swimming team defeated Amherst Friday evening, 32 to 18, in the Cambridge Y. M. C. A. tank. The relay race was easily won in 1.32 3-5 by Wentworth, Logan, Claflin, and Hitchcock for Harvard. Collins of Amherst won the distange plunge by a plunge of 60 feet, the length of the tank. Greenough '15 and Ball '13 were second and third respectively. The 80-yard dash was won by Hitchcock '14 in 49 seconds. Wentworth '14 and Brough of Amherst were second and third, respectively. Hitchcock was also first in the 40-yard dash in the record time of 20 3-5 seconds. Sigourney '15 and Hutchsteiner of Amherst finished second and third. The diving event was won by Bedford of Amherst, with Whittimore of Amherst and Bettle '14 second and third, respectively. Hitchcock won the 200-yard dash in 2 minutes and 31 seconds. Wentworth '14 and Loomis of Amherst finished second and third, respectively.

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