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450 MEN TAKE SWIM IN NEW NATATORIUM ON FIRST DAY

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Approximately 450 men signed up for lockers and took a swim in the new Harvard pool yesterday, the first day that it was open to the students in general. The pool was open from 10 until 6 o'clock and the swimmers came at intervals sufficiently far apart so that the new natatorium was not crowded at any one time.

At 4 o'clock Coach Ulen met the aspirants for next year's Harvard swimming team for the first time in the new pool. He has, however, been working out with some of them in the Big Tree Pool previous to this. Robert Muir, swimming instructor, assisted Coach Ulen in the supervision of the new pool.

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