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MERMEN ARE BEATEN IN INTERCOLLEGIATES MEET

RECORD-BREAKING TIMES DUE FOR MEET THIS WEEK

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Despite the best efforts of the six Varsity swimmers who went down to the twenty-ninth annual Intercollegiate Swimming Association championships at New York, the Crimson mermen took only two places, a third in the 200-yard breast stroke and a fourth in the 150-yard back stroke events.

Vic Leventritt swam to a third in the breast stroke event and Dick Fisher took a fourth in the back stroke swim. The winning times in these events were slower than the times made by these two men in the meet this year against Yale at the Indoor Athletic Building, pointing to the fact that the National Collegiate Swimming Meet to be held on Friday and Saturday in the Crimson pool will be a speedy record-breaking one. Many coaches regard the Harvard tank as the fastest in the country.

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