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VARSITY MERMEN TAKE COLUMBIA SQUAD 53-22

Gregory Jameson, Charlie Hutter Smash Pool Records as Crimson Continues Victory Parade

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Sweeping seven out of nine events, the unbeaten Varsity swimming team overwhelmed Columbia by a 53-22 score in New York yesterday afternoon.

The summary:

300-yard medley race--Won by G. Cummin '38 (H); second, A. G. Jameson '38 (H).

200-yard free style swim--Won by R. T. Benedict '38 (H); second, B. L. Stowell, Jr. 38 (H).

50-yard free style swim--Won by C. G. Hutter '38 (H); second, D. Barker '38 (H).

Dive--Won by Rovete (C); second, E. R. Greenhood, Jr. '39 (33).

100-yard free style swim--Won by C. G. Hutier '38 (H); second, J. J. Colony, Jr. '37 (H). Time 52.8 seconds (New pool record).

150-yard backstroke--Won by G. Cummin '38 (H); second, Finnerty (C), Time 1 minute, 42 seconds (New pool record).

200-yard breaststroke--Won by A. G. Jameson '37 (H); second, Callahan (C).

440-yard swim--Won by P. W. Coleman, Jr. '38 (H); second, D. C. Herizzi '38 (H).

440-yard relay race--Won by Harvard: R. L. Stowell, Jr. '38, R. T. Benedict '38, J. V. Qutman, Jr. '39, and J. J. Caldwell '39.

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