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As a means of creating more interest in swimming and developing men for next year's University team, the Department of Physical-Education, with the aid of the management are planning a 1923 interdormitory meet between teams from Gore, Smith, and Standish. The meet will be held Saturday afternoon, March 20, at 3 o'clock in the Big Tree Swimming Pool. All Freshmen who did not swim in the meet with Yale 1923 are eligible to compete. Blue books have been put up in all the Freshman dormitories this morning, and everyone intending to enter the meet is urged to sign up as soon as possible.
The management plans to have four events in Saturday's meet: 25-yard dash, 50-yard dash, 100-yard relay race. In the relay race between teams from the three dormitories, each man will swim two lengths.
Since no diving events are planned, the meet offers every man who can swim a chance to win a place in the meet. This meet will probably be counted in the award of the Freshman dormitory athletic cup.
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