Shattering two world records in the 440-yard and 1500-meter free style events and setting a N.C.A.A. mark in the 220, Jack Medica of the University of Washington featured the twelfth annual championships of the National Collegiate Athletic Association held on March 29 and 30 at the Harvard pool.
The best efforts of the Crimson natators could only gain a fourth and two sixths. The medley relay team of Dick Fisher, Vie Leventritt, and Roy Wallace took the fourth while Leventritt in the 200-yard breast stroke and Fisher in the 150-yard back stroke both took sixth.
Michigan easily took the team laurels by amassing 49 points with Yale and the University of Washington tied for second at 15 points. Other colleges to score were: Iowa, 14; Illinois and Ohio State, 11; Southern California, 9; Navy, 4; Columbia and Loyola, 3; Brown, 2; Stanford, 1.