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INTER-DORMITORY SWIMMING MEET FOR FRESHMAN TODAY

Last Friday Halls Chose Two Entrants for Each of Seven Events

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Concluding the winter season of inter-dormitory sports, the annual Freshman swimming meet will be held this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock in the New Indoor Athletic Building. Each Freshman hall has a team entered, which consists of two men in each of the seven events.

All Freshmen who do not live in the dormitories were permitted to try out for the various teams according to alphabetical divisions. Trials for selecting the teams were held Friday. The events will include the 50-yard free style, 200-yard free style, dive (four required, two optional) 50-yard breast stroke, 50-yard back stroke, 100-yard free style, and 200-yard relay.

Five points will be awarded for first place. three for second, two for third; and one for fourth, and in the relay eight for first, six for second. four for third. and two for fourth. Last year Smith Halls garnered a total of 53 points to win the meet. McKinlock coming second with 8, while Gore and Standish trailed with 5 and 3 points respectively.

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