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Winthrop House is the winner of the House swimming league, as the result of a default yesterday by Leverett. The Winthrop mermen will go to New Haven with the University team to face the winning Yale class team. After Winthrop, in order of their standing, are: Lowell, Eliot, Leverett, and Adams.
The individual records made during the season, which officially closed yesterday, are as follows: 50-yard free style. J. R. Fetcher '33 (L), 26 1-5 sec.; 200-yard free style, E. E. White '32 (W), 2 min., 33 sec.; 50-yard breast stroke, H. G. Dillingham '32 (E), 35 1-5 sec.; 100-yard free style, J. R. Fetcher '33 (L), 1 min., 2-5 sec.; 50-yard backstroke, F. J. Carr '34 (W), 34 1-5 sec.; 200-yard relay. Lowell House, 1 min., 50 sec.
Thursday at 4.30 o'clock a composite House team will face the Freshman swimmers. The House line-up will be: 50-yard free style, J. R. Fetcher '33 (L), Fred Lewis '32 (E); dive, F. J. Carr '34 (W), J. S. Frame 3G (L); 220-yard free style, E. E. White '32 (W), J. S. Hartwell '32 (Lev), A. G. Malkan '33 (W); 100-yard backstroke, F. J. Carr '34 (W), Fred Lewis '32 (E); 100-yard breast stroke, Gilbert Kerlin '33 (L), H. G. Dillingham '32 (E), H. C. Schwyzer '34 W); 100-yard free style, J. R. Fetcher '33 (L), N. S. Henriquez '33 (L); 200-yard relay, N. S. Henriquez '33 (L), H. L. Lash '32 (W), H. G. Dillingham '32 (E), and J. R. Fetcher '33 (L).
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