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SWIMMING MAY BE REVIVED BY BUILDING OF NEW POOL

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The outlook for a University swimming team appeared more promising than it has so far this year when Major F. W. Moore '93, graduate treasurer of the H. A. A., yesterday issued a statement to the effect that plans have been started for the construction of a new swimming pool. It is expected that the pool will be built within a year.

The project in its present state calls for the building of the pool at the rear of the Hemenway Gymnasium. Although the size of the pool has not been definitely agreed upon, a gallery is to be provided, capable of holding more than 300 persons.

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