Not in years has so much enthusiasm been aroused by the swimming team. Today it makes tracks to Yale where it hopes to climax an unbeaten season with another victory. With the team goes a large percentage of the undergraduate body, if not in corporal form, at least in spirit.
Ten scalps hanging from a burdened belt, a string of broken records left in its wake, the Harvard team has reached an enviable standing. Yale as usual, has an unbeaten team. But Coach Ulen's corps may pull the bulldog's tusks out this time and cheerfully demolish the good-luck charm which has hung around his leathery neck during the past 150 meets.
The least that may be expected is a magnificent battle, with Crimson streaks flashing across the finishing lines to break more records, and probably Olympic material becoming full-fledged candidates. To hard-working Coach Ulen and his equally hard-working team a laurel wreath for a successful season, and the best of luck on today's venture.