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Coach Hal Ulen's Eastern Intercollegiate Champions led by Captain Charlie Huttor will meet the Alumni team here tonight at 8:30 o'clock in the first official swimming meet of the season.
An untested Yardling team will take on the Lynn Y. M. C. A. swimmers at 7:30 o'clock, and Coach Pete Petersen will keep a watchful eye on his cohorts for tonight's contest will mark the first time some of them will have swum in competition.
Former Varsity captain Richard T. Fisher '36 and Robert D. Fallon '33 are entered in the medley and 100 freestyle respectively, with Fisher also slated to swim the 100 backstroke. Last year's star butterflyer, Greg Jameson '36 will be the principal hope of the Alumni. It is doubted whether Dario Berizzi '38, recently converted to breaststroke, will be able to hold Jameson for the 100-yard course, although Berizzi has exhibited considerable power in time trials.
The line-up; 50-yard free-style: Barker, Grifflin (H); Scott, Wyman (A); 100-yard free-style: Hutter, Griffin (H); Fallon, Parker (A); 100-yard breast: Jameson (A); Berizzi, Walker, Waldron (H); 100-yard backstroke: Fisher, Dorr (A); Cummin, Tregaskis, Kennedy (H); 220-yard free-style: Dillingham, Hewitt (A); Coleman, Murphy (H); Medley, 150-yard: Fisher, Jameson, Howe (A); Cummin, Berizzi, Benedict (H); Relay: Howe, Fallon, Wyman, Scott (A); Barker, Griffin, Kendall, Hutter (H); Dive: Merriam (A) and Dana for (A) Greenhood, Forbush (H).
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