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Anthony Hicks Brackett '22 of Jamaica Plain was elected captain for next year of the University swimming team at a meeting of the 1920 team held yesterday. During this season Brackett has been the individual star of the team winning a total of 66 points as compared with 32 won by G. S. Worcester '22, his closest rival. He is a dash man and was entered only in the 50 and 100-yard events this winter. In the 11 meets held this year he has won eight first places and in addition two second places in the New England Intercollegiates.
Entering the University in the fall of 1916 from Brown and Nichols he did not go out for his Freshman swimming team. The next year he joined the Yankee Division and served in France until the close of the war. Last autumn he returned to College as a member of the class of 1922.
The out-look for next year is favorable for a good team as most of the swimmers will return and good new material will be available from 1923.
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