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The Freshman swimming team lost yesterday to Brookline High School by a score of 33 1-2 to 19 1-2, and on Wednesday to the crack Phillips Andover Academy team 44 to 9.
In the Andover meet the Freshmen competed against one of the best interscholastic swimming teams in this part of the country. Andover captured every first place and every second save two, J. Wyman finishing second for 1923 in the fifty and Wilder finishing second in the two-twenty by a wide margin over Anderson of Andover. The school boys won both first and second in three events; the dive, plunge, and hundred. In the plunge Stillwell came within a foot of breaking the tank record, going seventy-two feet in sixty seconds.
In the Brookline meet the 1923 men were handicapped by losing the relay. The only first place secured by the Freshmen was gained by J. W. Friedlander with a distance of fifty-two feet six inches.
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