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JOHN COLONY IS ELECTED AS CAPTAIN OF 1937 SWIMMERS

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John Joslin Colony, Jr. '37 of Keene, New Hampshire has been elected captain of the Harvard varsity swimming team for 1937. He prepared for Harvard at Exeter Academy where he was a member of the swimming team for two years.

Colony has been for two years one of Coach Harry Ulen's most consistent place winners. He has been used in all sprint distances and the 200, 100, and 50 yard free style.

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