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HARVARD'S BEAUTY SPOT HOST TO BOY SWIMMERS

Score of Schools in Saturday's Meet At Athletic Building -- Spectators Admitted for Price

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Nearly a score of Eastern prep and high schools are expected to participate in the Athletic Association's Third Annual Interscholastic Swimming Meet, to be held Saturday in the blue water of the Indoor Athletic Building's beautiful new pool.

Entries in the prep school class have been filed by Phillips Exeter Academy, Huntington, Horace Mann, Moses Brown, St. George's, Tome and Worcester Academy with Beverly, Brookline, Hartford, Portland, Providence Central and Warwick competing in the high school class.

Additional schools are expected to register in both classes, including Andover, winner for the past two years in the prep school division and thus holder of two legs on the Harvard Interscholastic Swimming Championship Cup. The cup, donated by Arthur W. Stevens '97, will become the property of the school winning it five times.

High school natators will compete for a placque offered by the athletic association, won two years ago by Providence Central and last year by LaSalle Academy. Gardner, runner-up both years, is also expected to compete.

Eight events are to be decided in teach class with trial heats to be contested at 2 P. M. and finals at 8 P. M. Afternoon admission will be 25 cents, evening, 40 cents.

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